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"phil refresh" Discussed on Live Happy Now

Live Happy Now

03:40 min | 2 months ago

"phil refresh" Discussed on Live Happy Now

"But we need that at some stage in the future. The. Potentially, the feeling would just be out of grass when we might have that knowing sense of discontent. decided fashion. And all the messages society bombarded with about. Fifty power or money or career progression we'll kick into to play and and will jeff not see live grounded. I mean really wanted to find a way of helping one another just. As often as possible to reconnect on a daily basis to walk truly important spoke of. That is a really beautiful. Physician that it came from and. Then explain kind of what is the back story of? Youtube. Like how did you know each other? How did you connect to know that this was a project to you would do together Sethi WanNa address that first Yes what I most readers don't know this but I'm actually Arias grandfather. Audibly, young. There should be some time travel going on. Yes well, I guess I guess what preserve? Sorry I told you in a different context. This just turned into. Meet, you, Grandfather. Reo was actually my student I was a fulltime faculty member at the University of Pennsylvania and he was there visiting for a year and he took my class called anxiety and the brain. He was phenomenal students best students I've ever had. And gave remarkable presentations in the course but more than that he just had a certain presence about him a real. Meat of a physical presence in such a kindness kind and warm spirit. So we had some conversations after class around the course material and then the course was over a he was around for another semester, and so we really developed a friendship during that time and and kept in touch and and I was very happy today I got the invitation to his wedding. Actually gave been eight-plus and I've been repaying that debt every. I was so glad you earned it because it would have been otherwise it could have been awkward. because. I liked you so much but. Thankfully my my affection for you and your performance in the class were well aligned. Often. After the course was ended, we walk and talk or go for. You know we talked we're GONNA pass flash rat and it'd be simple things. By. Having a threat and talking, but we often the calmest patients often. Went back to the aspects of Orleans that we often didn't talk about with other people as much and that might be our spiritual belief or how how we're struggling or. Ethics of mindfulness with CO founding when a I didn't let my. Pen. And I, it was Phil Refresh seem to have those moments where you could truly talk with someone about how you found. But know that there was no judgment on those different types of compassionate on an understanding there and I think a lot of the time we don't have conversations that perhaps we need to have. You know we avoid having publications with. Our wives or husbands or closest friends who are drifting apart from our even our children are..

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"phil refresh" Discussed on The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey

The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey

05:22 min | 6 months ago

"phil refresh" Discussed on The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey

"Okay Lindsey. What are you loving right now? Oh thank you for asking. I loving baking bread and I have loved like this is such of Dorky thing but I've been watching youtube videos of baking bread and I found this bakery in Arizona called proof and I just WanNa be their friends. This husband wife who has opened a bakery. They had no experience. They just learned in their kitchen. They grew better and better in this craft and this artisan ship of making bread. I mean it's like an art. It really is beautiful and Dow silly out bread all the time. I mean that's like their full-time gig is making bread. And I don't ever want to get to that point but it has opened up this whole side of me to be. I don't know you take a deep breath to like phil refreshed to fill recharge and I was missing that Before the quarantine happened and so I love it also. I am normally like gluten free because I have a slight intolerance. I've been using this really good quality bread flour and I have no issues and that we were in Italy last summer. We Ate Pasta all day. Long yes just didn't have all the crap in it. I know I was like this is a gift from the ward full of quarantine. We article let me let everyone know if you're not making bread during the quarantine and you look around and you think everyone is. It's okay like I'm not baking bread. I'll never bake bread. My friend Noelle gave me a starter. One time I killed it like a killed the starter I can't even be. I cannot be held responsible to take care of a baby and so I like watching other people baked bread like Lindsey and Noel. But I can't make bread so if you look around and think everyone's making and quarantine but just remember. Jaime Ivy is not making brighter butts right. What else do you love me? I'm loving Reimbors- sparkling water. Which yes yes you ve. You can get your hands on it. Please do it in Austin Texas tasting water ever and then I'm really loving it's pianist season and I don't know if you really love peonies. I don't think someone sent me one as a gift and so I loved it. Well it was in my window. It's so beautiful. They come up closed up and then they opened up slowly into these big beautiful bloom. So that's when I'm loving. Are you watching anything? I'm watching Mrs America and I you know this is something that we don't usually count as loving but I'm GONNA throw it in here and that is I'm leaving. Sunday calls with my family in Arizona. All of my aunts. My Dad had four sisters and they all have Like I have cousins. That are female. That are mostly on the call. I have a couple of cousins. But they're always able to join so. This was all of my aunts and then my cousin. Mickey and I was like guys. I wanted to ask you. Are you watching Mrs America? Because they lived during the time of the equal rights so they live during the time of the Ra for the equal rights amendment. They were passing out buttons. They were active in wanting women to have equal pay and be able to exercise rights in this country and so I had heard stories grain up a little bit from dad about that time. He was active to just a supporter of And GETTING TO WATCH. It is so interesting and it's like piece together the story so. I got to talk about that here. A little bit more about what they face like. My aunt was professional when she had her first child. They quit her job and then she could come back for months later but she had just come back at a beginning pay. Even Gosh. It happened again two years later. Same thing you have to quit you can get a reapply. Get rehired started a base. They I just thought Gosh I am grateful for the work they did. I'm grateful that we continue to be active in doing that. I am. People have equal rights in this country. So I'm watching. It's been cool. I love that I just watched unorthodox. Oh I want. That's on my list. It was good I watched. It's a four part mini series. I watched three of them. One nine. Okay that's an now you eight is and I. I hardly watch any TV. These days. And I sent my kids because let me tell you why I don't watch TV. Because our houses under construction so air living in an airstream we have someone living with us and so there's no game room for the kids go to and honestly it's weird because I'm still working during nineteen and the kids home and normally in the summer I try to work less so it doesn't matter but I get home at like five thirty and I don't want to send my kids away like I want to be with them and so we've been watching a family. The last dance all that to say is when I watched show. That's just for me. I have tiny but or unorthodox was good. The last dance is really as well awesome. Yeah my list. Good less less Okay Lindsey thank you for catching us back up to. May Two thousand twenty. Gosh may twenty twenty one. May you be so much more than this technology. Difference is desperate for. Yes yes okay. Lindsey thanks for sharing. It's about your your last decade. Where loving what you're watching and.

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"phil refresh" Discussed on Ross Patterson Revolution!

Ross Patterson Revolution!

12:23 min | 8 months ago

"phil refresh" Discussed on Ross Patterson Revolution!

"Thousand eight jumps Massachusetts. Yeah he's fifty forty nine. Sorry Jay nicest forty nine years old nice denies. I'm sorry I apologize. My name is D Nice Denies De Nice taking on suckers how I did. The same denies was he wants famous. Yeah Oh and she has been like. I know who deny says okay. So here's the deal. You can't really say husband because you don't have that big of a life span in that like besides Jay Z and those guys like Jay z's the only one to have a rap career that's been consistent pass Forty years old so I'm not gonNA put on. Dj Nice at all the everybody else who was smart got an acting in June. Just said fuck it and cashed in ice tea right. I T made more money. He's still on. What is it law and order yeah? Svu Or is at this point. He is as few this socialized she special currency breeze. Yondo rest right. It isn't pronounce the tea and rest. He also does like a natural granola bar commercial. Something he does. Yeah I heard. He owns part of that company. Had IT I ate at one time you hate it. I'm sure wasn't bad. It was probably one of best in that in that space. To be honest with you it was like it had no brand on it But so yeah he did that commercial and Um and then you had. The reality show is why for while on E. Cocoa. That's right. Yeah I remember But yes alike if you look at if you look at the smart ones right Iced he got an acting new Jack City face of all time share one of my favorite fucking movies ever. Ah Love New Jack City And then it moved to Ice Cube K boys in the hood and then obviously Friday and everything else that he's done L. O. Cool J. O. Cool Jays Ben Sharon any given Sunday and then that show and CIS or whatever on sanitize yes. La Something. I know like a SWAT team member. Or whatever the fuck it Israel has been going on forever and then he hosts like the grammys and shit like I. Just don't think you can wrap past forty people still believe you that you're out in the streets selling cocaine anymore. Yeah that's true that's true. Sounds like you're taking your kids out Songkok It's it's a young man's game and The ones who've been able to push past it like a Kanye or like Jay Z. Those very few and far between at this point Push you tease getting near forty. But he also got started super late because of Wow I wasn't that famous. So Kanye helped him out. But he's Great Shit Man. I mean there is. There's a few but some you know it's hard. You gotta get out of the fucking rap game so D- I'm not gonNA know we're not gonNa Shit on where not deny still not GONNA SHIT ON DENIES? He's actually uniting people during the pandemic and is using it for personal gain the suckers and we don't know how he did it. Yeah and so. He's he's gained followers hearts and minds of people. Do now he's doing interviews on daily show. What have you had good friends book I am? I really hope. This is the same denies. And it's not someone else either. I just give him some credit. Now wait is good shit pictures there we go. Yes yes did he was fucking red at tell you what dude at the end of this episode? Jamie we're GONNA throw call me. D Nice at the end of this one thousand nine hundred. This was a banger back in the day This still hits hard. I guarantee it. I haven't heard it in fucking twenty years but I guarantee you there's still hits hard. We'll put her at the end of this on the audio episode money's D- Nice Fuck. Yeah Dude announced now me about now. You're amt amt about the couch parties. Yeah now I am shit I understand. He's he's an older gentleman needs to relax. He keeps the. Party's going to relax a little. Bit Yeah a lot of work work. Give them a follow now. That's dope go to one of his. Party's why not from our house. That's what I'm saying. That's what he's doing you know. Go to from our House party tonight. You Down Yeah. I'm obviously down. What time does it? Start Five thirty. Maybe sometimes you go to sleep less hard. I had a sleepover with our child last night. What time did you go to bed last night? Don't be creepy but anyway. Yeah that does sound a little bit. I actually texted Alec last night to he asked me. He's like hey man. Can I give you a quick on? Actually I'm having a sleepover with my kid. I did not think anything creepy about that whatsoever. Now that you said it now I feel like Michael Jackson now. We have a five year old by the way. Apple's ten and eleven year olds come into the bed sometimes which we will not allow what we don't do people like. Oh they just come in in the middle of the night and then they sleep in between us like we have never done that so what we will do sometimes is like hey you can have like a special night. We're sleepover like in the bed That's what that's what I did last night in Croupier. Anyway I look dirtbags dirtbags dude. All I'm saying is I don't let my kids come into the bed. Don't do that. I'm scared I bet a nightmare. Bullshit rate just say to get into the task every time they said? I just had a nightmare scare now what I do oh did you and then I like grab the mask and I like walk them back to the room and then a little bit I go behind them and put the mask on and then when they turn around boom boom there it is. Now what was I think you know? We had a special special night last night. What time did you go to bed? Not until like ten thirty. It's terrible. It's terrible but I was wanting to go to bed at eight thirty or nine. Well I fell asleep at nine thirty. He didn't and I felt bad because I can't call her. Can't do anything you know. Whatever so okay. All right great. I just kind of propped up. The computer wouldn't work next. Yeah exactly yeah. It was out but I think his party's like you. If you went to sleep at ten thirty a little bit party a little bit couple choose the game. They're up no. We don't Dan's got it. We need to the sheriff text him. I know he's two bottles US which is red. Look he reordered. Amen Wow technology. It's kidding in times like these. Not Technology right through the mail old school way to get these days old school everything old school by the way speaking. I hop on last night because I'm tired of hearing people's bullshit about the corona virus. You're definitely done with it I am. I'm all done with it and we'll get to that in a second like I'm like yesterday. Last night was my final. I am done with this. Yeah I know you didn't go through the stages of telling people that you had it. I pretty Goddamn sure I did. Let's just stop that and only because like how did I not get it? Here's the thing some people which is undetectable. And it's so I had it to that serious you probably did is like three of my friends at the same time. Had the thing and I I had a conversation with them and I was like hey man. I'm not going to see who they were. But you know it was like. Hey man are you. And he's like Oh yeah and then he finally opened up was the same days as yeah same days can say oh what the fuck. And he goes man. It's like a flu like it's two or three days and you're up and Adam and that's the other thing is Dr during it they're saying the keurigs Deepak Quinine on Shit I fucking. How does he pack with? I just taking one with me and I had a shot of the day like the day before he left so I was fine after two or three days. I was back up in Adam. Everybody else's I'm a god is the fucking die. I watched and I don't know if you saw this but this video. I guess they're sitting there saying you went viral but I looked at her subscribers. And I'm like I don't know if that's viral. That's just everyday life Cardi B. Everybody was talking about her in the fucking mask doing an eight minute video on her instagram. She did it on TV. She's wearing a mask. Inle Lake three inch acrylics. And she's like people get like Diana like getting sick and stuff and I need to affect like doors and like you know does not allow like testing for people and sit just like an out. Hang on twenty million views. Twenty million Jesse that is an ratings for an NFL playoff game? That's crate. And she's getting she got twenty million views off of instagram. That is freaking people. The fuck out Even rappaport post these weird fucking videos like it's like man I've look the unemployment rate came out today of how many people lost their jobs in the last week. Three point three million Americans file for unemployment in the last week. We're getting messages over and over from paramedics and firefighters and saying hey man can you please go on? Say What we're all thinking here. What's going on here? What are they the thing we get the fuck back to work And stop wasting time wasting kits for people who actually need it's Fifty percent of our audiences is first responders. I'm GonNa just go ahead and read one of the messages because look you have. The line has been drawn. You've half the people who were saying. Hey Man I folk believe this. Don't get off my lawn. All this other shit then you have the other half her just like hey man. We need to go back to work. This is kind of like the flu. That's why I have no problem coming out and saying hey man. I'm probably got Blake in Christine. I can see her. At least she went on a fucking instagram was just like. Oh Man I have this. Here's what it is. But she's with her husband and her kids like and this. This is not that bad. It was about three days. Colton from the fucking bachelor was the same way it was like man. I took z pack in feel great today. So he said I'm Billy Bush. Shou last night's hey I feel like a new man. Today Phil Refresh exactly. I felt this is like all right. Cool but here's the messages. Were getting for from for sponsor and I said I would read them on the show They were like. Can you please read this on the show This one from Nashville. I'M GONNA say who it is. He said look. I've seen a lot of it. Ninety nine percent of the people ninety nine percents of the people just have flu symptoms with a bad respiratory component. Most of it is better than five days. The media's blowing this way out of fucking proportion I would love to chat about this on the show. I've had one guy that was Mr. Which I see. He's it says here in parentheses since mentally retarded and know that in the paramedic world nonverbal in in a wheelchair. He always has pneumonia and sick all the time. He is not doing well and will probably die Which is which is unbelievably sad. Vanderbilt's has nurses that are working that have had it for five days so they've actually had the current events for five days then they go home and they've they've all have come back to work Because it's been mostly just a fever and that's IT and everybody's saying get back to work another first responder Rodent said Hey man. We have to get this economy back up and running. So what's the answer though? Is that people at risk stay home. That's what I think. It should be. If you were in that age range if you have respiratory problems have respiratory. You're in your sixty S. Yes stay home and.

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"phil refresh" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

10:53 min | 8 months ago

"phil refresh" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Thousand no spoilers plus size unbelievable ties only seems to have so that's his fault yeah it is a hundred I don't know how you stop after two episodes back it was like one o'clock last night and we got works to thank you Dr king was right there on the front page of Netflix every single time you turn it on for yes seventy two hours I think I'm not a cheap you know everyone else is optional one route to it I respect that I don't because I would like to talk about it but I can't because our god who judges a lot of things hasn't been fully you know kept up with the tiger king by the way two episodes in completely sold I mean I'm gonna finish it tonight so we'll see to watch the whole thing and he doesn't remember anything that happened that is except for what he just did the water well I did let's go to Randy in southern southern southern California no spoilers Randy in southern California Randy what's going on Bob Hey what's up Pat just had a quick question I want to hear the the love story how all the guys meant yeah she's I'll take that I grew up on the same street he grew up on top of a hill though I grew up down the bottom Nick Rado went to the same high school as me and digs your older than us hi Schmidt was an intern for my well he got accepted into Harvard turned them down like Tom Brady was turned down by the courts he went to university of Iowa Jason and I came out of the same birth canal about J. happy birthday zero was an intern from Chicago Foxy intern for Michigan and Connor in turn from Boston and then my dad works here as well M. Billy tubes obviously Billy's father started here with us he's not doing his own thing deleted stadium and it's become a baseball MVP pretty easy story though literally basically it's been the same folks since about they want some people have left I miss a lot of people that have left her once in awhile some people have coming down gone this through here tell you what they're going to write a story about it one day without saying goodbye all real I had to do it had to do it some people did do that everybody's at different accents I appreciate all the work that they did whatever they were here let's go to Sheldon in Nashville showed what's going on now as the NFC is but boy the Titans signing Tamil to a hundred and thirteen million dollars I don't think anybody saw that coming I don't think anybody I thought there was going to take a team friendly deal because he was terrible with the dolphins he had to experience a lot of fun with the Titans you already gotten paid one time but if you're trying to email you might as well strike while the iron's hot in there never been a time hotter flat round tables and after this past season they go on an incredible run literally immediately upon benching Mariota bringing in Ryan Tannehill so I'm surprised by the deal to be honest and just like I guess the forty Niners and the colts the Titans said we're out on the Tom Brady sweepstakes will take Ryan Tannehill over Tom Brady thanks all these people are paying about the exact same amount the Tom Brady wins it's a cancer was cash wise it's just openly admitting that Ryan Tannehill's better than Tom Brady Philip rivers is better than Tom Brady Jimmy Garoppolo's better than Tom Brady Las Vegas raiders Derek Carr is better than Tom Brady Jr Stidham better than Tom Brady says Belichick Tyrod Taylor Chargers said not not as good as tall but if we don't get you have to be on this is a wild time right now obviously with the way the world is it is very well time that does not have to go restated but in the football world a lot of craziness is happening Canada and Australia in the real world will not send their athletes to the Olympics Canada obviously good friend of the show lot of people listen and watch from Canada we appreciate the hell out of you like that decision saying Hey our our people won't go to the Olympics you know not what the rest of the world basically decide the Olympics probably aren't going to happen grandstand before it you know make sure you get in there you wouldn't send your players and everybody will think you're better camera I shot Australia saying we won't send our players unless there's a our athletes unless there's a postponement of the Olympics I feel like most of the world is under the assumption that the Olympics are getting postponed read I said I have four weeks to decide what they're gonna do but I think we all pretty much know what's going to happen right yeah it's just like the rest of world's going to postpone the thing that I'm very bummed about getting postponed was my new found love the AFL I did a a radio show in Australia I did call yesterday at three thirty it was I guess this morning at six AM whatever I did there for help six thirty AM so they're already in tomorrow I guess right because the way the time is there in the future and they asked me how I'd never seen Aussie rules football before I was a great question actually because there's a lot of Australian punters that have come over to America to punt footballs and I don't want to offend my new found friends in Australia but whenever the Australian punters were coming over here the original statement was there putting rugby style these guys are putting rugby style I actually pointed rugby style in colleges what we told it when alternately it wasn't Robbie styles actually Aussie rules football style but we called it rugby style the marketing from the beginning was wrong everybody's always going in for the rugby kick he's going in for the rug rugby check and I started talking to some of these are strong players like it actually house rules football mate I'm like okay and always bloom off again I get it but it's rugby it's right it's the same as rugby rugby very tough sport I respect it but will be too slow for me over to slow for me understand they're tougher than I am and stuff like that I understand it's one of those games but for me the mosh pits and all things like it's not what I I would enjoy watching but then when I actually washing laws rules football game the other night for the first time my life I was like wait a minute this sport is awesome a lot of wide open running a lot of joking there's like six seven points a minute the punting is the only way you score there's these mas like catches from people there's an American in the lead called Mason **** they call them clocks villa he is six foot ten he Randy mosses people that basically the sport is potentially the best sport I've ever seen and I would never in a million years taking the time to watch it ever was always late night early morning it was I thought in my mind it was rugby and I watch a Friday night he's not rugby it is a very different game in the punters in the the volley ball punching a ball in the soccer like your tax thought I could use the sport that I was supposed to play job play if I would've known that sport was around as a child I think I would've been playing Aussie rules football I think now is the time that a lot of Americans are getting introduced to this great sport yet again I guess back in the day ESPN used a run of late night before my time though that I I've never seen it but now is the time for to make a run obviously for the betterment of everybody self it's postponed until June so now we have not and I was gonna fall barrister to gamble on it I was learning about the new players now granted there's an entire rolodex of old AFL games for me to watch on YouTube which I'm a big fan of but I wanna see my guy talks a lot Mason talks out there Marcin folks and I want to let the people of Australia now that I think I'm gonna be in on a a fellow fan for for the long haul this is a sport that I enjoyed they they get up on each other's backs I mean there's mark they they are you active on people taking is a it's dominant it's a dominant thing in the sport I love working in Australia some point watch one of the field is massive oil fields at three miles long it's like if it's bigger than any other playing surface and then I got I got ninety a hundred thousand people in the stands I guess on a regular basis international yeah they love it I guess it is like a cult like following over there people are saying it's your fault that I got postponed though I know people are saying I did say I know yeah in my life a little blame to because I'm on this incredible three minute rant about how AFL Aussie rules football is the sport of the future and it's just more of it now although a lot of live sports are not happening because the social distancing there's a sport down under where the players are four miles away from anybody around the middle of this whole space there's contact their hate each other the blow each other up there's precision with the plumbing in the kicking and throwing and then the refs are throwing it over the head I was like this is it that that got a little by the way I think a lot of people are like wait a minute we found it in a lot of you know there's no way these days should be jumped on top of respond it for another two months it's probably my fault as regards out again by my full but this would cover nineteen does it test your patience test your patience the last test your patience what if you find a place on Tom Brady for the same exact pricing son Phil rivers for not not Phil rivers has a lot to prove Phil rivers I knows a guy that loves football loves the football I'm big fall river St I was a much bigger for the purpose and before I found out that Tom Brady one of the potential being Philip rivers spot with Indianapolis Colts but I love love Phil refresh I can not believe Tom Brady when the vehicle could you believe that now no no I don't tekanan believable I'll come to that I mean I feel like if you hear that you're doing whatever you need to to make sure that that becomes a reality it's going on in Toronto before we get to a break before Shawn Merriman joins us on what's going on top Glovista much bad how you doing and how the boys doing we're great now you called in a song to be honest with you Hey Pat I want to thank you and the boys for doubling down producing more content in time where people that's getting back it's very good it gets us through the day I have a question for you that if Tom Brady would have signed with the colts with bad McAfee and come out of retirement and find it for him now Rigoberto Sanchez is good enough hi and bye good enough he's he's better than I am right now pointing if I'd go point I don't know who.

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"phil refresh" Discussed on RunPod

RunPod

16:14 min | 1 year ago

"phil refresh" Discussed on RunPod

"Hello and welcome to run port. Where every episode we hear from someone passionate about all things running at they may not be noon and for their sprinting or long distance skills but they share that same enthusiasm that we have they understand the reason for heading thing I for perhaps a non rather just wouldn't get I'm Jenny Falkiner? TV and Radio Presenter and Club leader of the run Padron Club and stay. I'm joined by someone. Someone you may not know is also a runner. I mean looking at him you can definitely tell. He spends a lot of quality time in the gym. He is the truly truly lovely Josh Cuthbert size. The nicest I've ever had I definitely up there. I'm wearing a black jumper. You probably think of the of way on actually. I'm I'm on your instagram regularly. I know that you haven't surname as well. Is it. Joe Lloyd. Cuthbert Cuthbert is so technically I got married a year ago my my wife and I double barrelled names Loyd Cuthbert 'cause we just saw let's throw out all of that kind of old fashioned stuff that you feel that you have to do and we double-barreled so it. Technically is Josh Lloyd Cuthbert Okay but I still call myself okay. Fine well. Congratulations Marriage and your wedding. Food is lit amazing. You very much like an incredible day. It was a very special day a year on yes and it was a lot more special than the last so you actually. It wasn't it all right. Hi Joyce we when ourselves up for an indoor and to be honest we got and we were Har- Hammarby we run with it and at that slowly went out. The window didn't embarrass off further than I did. I mean it is the most terrifying experience effort. I don't get nervous in front of codes and audiences. I only get nervous. I if my comfort zone you perform on stage in front of thousands of screaming fans and they were screaming people pull there. We were doing something different yet. That's fine when amend my comfort zone doing what I do on stage in front of the People's fine but when I'm flying across a rope in front of a few several hundred people I don't know and clean onto that road for far too long. It was it was just embarrassing my five year old niece Didn't really liked into. She watched me fall in the water. So it has brought us closer. which so that's positive? I can bring from it because my lads are home. Oh my God. I got battered from it. I the fact in my daughter was ashamed. Absolutely ashamed because stars you go up and you're not allowed to run through Ninja Warrior course which is highly highly unfair. I thought we practice at least version. You'll get savage. No Oh so it was unique and Jud and the audience who will be and I fell in the first hurdle which is the rule and then and then you weigh and you always he held onto the root for good two minutes and Major rope-burns. I've for the guys this thing. This is the first spirit when you're at home and you watch it. You're like that's so easy and we somehow managed to make a complete hash of it so where people go. You're among your fall in there and we did it so we bombed it from that and now here we all and here we are talking about something where Marsh Batra which is actually running for me. Running is the a time where I think about things. Maybe I need to get done or needed to do. And also obviously a way for me to keep weight off to keep fair. Not just I don't do it just to look good. I do it to feel good like the way that the kind of it makes me feel and I just like being fit. If that makes sense a like knowing that I don't you know I I I remember. I went through peer where I didn't do any running. And I just used to climb up the stairs from Leicester Square station. I was so out of breath. I was like this is GonNa stop. There's a lot of steps there. There's a loss the considering getting the lift I was I know Josh. Listen saw this out but now I'm a big fan of running. I do love running a lot. Do you find when you go to them. If you come upstairs or an escalator and you start starts like running up them which you can still because people will see that you haven't been able to get the top just have to keep going. I know when the ascls stops in you. Decide to run up there and it's kind of not moving and then you'll thinking halfway are going. Why did I do this? Yeah and I've been. Yeah you're right in saying that. Actually a lot of people might start running because they think this is going to help the way I look you drop a few pounds. Or that's why I started in the first place I guess. Yes but then you soon realise that the reason you lake is because it makes you feel good it. Does it. Releases what's what is it resulted endorphins Serotonin pumpkin arrange for all these words and dopamine all these all of these buzzword fancy words it whatever that releases it feels good and that's why I do it like it's it's like I. I just think about how things I'm just in my own world and in the industry that we're in like you it's really hard to switch off as you know so it's like that is the time where even if on a treadmill I just focus on something you know and I- wherever I tell myself a story whether I think about the work or go to do the next day or whether I just think about life in general it sounds really dramatic but it's it's just a good time of my life really. Yeah you know what I mean. I always feel good after you get home and you get in your pants or your. PJ's whatever is Serrano or no pants are quite hot from around and he just have a cup of tea and you focus like you can have an extra digestive extra hobnob and you don't feel bad and were you always running. Because I knew that you were into football for Carello. Yes yeah yeah so. I've always run because of football of always done sports that involve running rugby tennis football all of that stuff. So I've always love running runnings kind of been like I've always made sure that I can run Because I remember guarantees as a kid. I was quite slow so I just thought. If I'm slow sprinting sensing I'll go long distance. Fine who cares is still call isn't it. That's that's exactly why I run sexy long. Distance runners are so upset. Ed Good because Iran saying that when you played football. You're a goalie. Yes this is true busy running to get the ball out of the back in my net pretty much to do. Join him of all of the all of the outfield players. And you know that that that's actually something I struggle with because when you do you don't do as much exercise. This is as the lads. They're out on the pitch as a goalkeeper so I used to actually do extra running on top of my corona normal training so just because I just thought well. I'm not doing as much as the other guys saw. I guess fit so you Wehrley you wear Guli for twelve years and I love the like my favorite thing Insult insult went into music. And stuff like that. The you know like I guess for me. I just always tried to stay fit and just enjoyed it. It's just it's just always been a massive part of my life fitness and everything's do is just the best. Okay so here's the thing. A few weren't allowed to do any exercise. You were not allowed to run. Your knowledge is to go to the gym or do anything and they said a month of nothing high without me feel core I struggle I struggle said we're not going holiday and if I I've ever gone holiday and I'm like why I'm going to go to the gym everyday really well Comeback Phil refresh and all that stuff all go on holiday and I'm like I'm not GonNa do anything I'm just GONNA sit. Sit there. No no honesty honesty from issue. I do and when I get home after that week away I feel disgusting. I feel I feel like my skin's our Avoi- feel like this that or the negative things that come with doing nothing so for me. A week is hard without doing that. Let alone a month. I'd struggle. Isn't it funny how the world is kind of split into people who go on holiday and don't do anything at my family thinks. I'm weird that I go on holiday on won't to exercise. It's part of my holidays Jim. You don't look out in front of a building in London or wherever you are you get see palm trees all beach or something. I'm like let's let's do this more. Aw I tell you where the best treadmill I've ever run was in a gym in the Maldives Anthem. The Gym was in a hot to walk alone. These plans and even on a day when it was really stormy and rainy these planets you get drenched on the way there and you go into the little heart and you're on the treadmill there is nothing to see apart from see. It's amazing it's just nothing. UNBELIE I I've I've I've been the modus before and I went to the gym and I remember running. I was loving you know knackered hungover as well I like to run. Hung over by the ways is quite a good little thing and I just remember shocked. It was a see through floor. And obviously the treadmill wasn't see-through that'd be impossible but what you probably would be possible in this world but anyway and I just remember shock just swimming past and that was what I needed. I was like listen. Life's great into an extra one K. Okay well I'm going to. I'm not going to raise you more frightening away so I was in Mexico on my honeymoon. Ashley Dune wouldn't criticize me for going and running on honeymoon. I know there are other things I should have been running away from your husband completely excusable in Mexico. You and I just thought it was going to go and deal five K.. On the treadmill and it was an outdoor gym. I'm running I like it you to a raccoon jumped onto the treadmill all on stared at me. I lit I. I thought I was going to have a heart attack in dry ice creams Ron. I'm not sure what it was. Some some beast had just tried to kill me. It's just a raccoon but I was terrified to take care watch those pigeons terrifying scary though actually in London. I used to live in London so I used to run a ice live right in vauxhalls around the river and I used to run. Do do that big loop around the bridges and Ronald Right along the Thames rightness or houses of parliament. It was amazing on my favorite place to to run and the patients agents that just saw their drug society is so confident at they also hope. That's who confidence me. They're like come in you WANNA bet and I'm no doubt the. Where do you go for your runs night? And if you if you live in London you don't run around the capital anymore. No so I I mean I like I do when I come in here because like when you get out of London and like I've done when you go back in you're like Oh my God. This place is so hectic so busy so I feel like I'm constantly running in between tourists and commuters the last stuff but no I now run. I bought a house in sorry. So now ron it's more kind of country. Fighting has more. I'm round the lake or I remember how the trees he's pretty much trees and leaves is pretty much as exciting as it gets so but I also run a long trip bill. Would you say that you're mainly Like a treadmill trainer at the moment. Yeah like a go through different stages of where do more it depends on the weather but you know now. We're coming into autumn. Windsor treadmill is going to be my life like the next six months. The longest run long distance Iran. Not that far on. This is something that I want to do more..

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"phil refresh" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"phil refresh" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Of clouds today and there is a small pay off with fees we may get a sprinkle in the overnight hours and early morning hours of Thursday it's not going to impact the commute it's not that kind of rain in fact it's barely even gonna be enough to measure and it's done by the time we get to late morning and it's gonna coolest down back to average for Thursday so daytime highs only going to the upper sixties for in the locations so it's gonna be noticeably cooler on Thursday the bay will also cool down to the low to mid sixties it just won't be as dramatic of a change and by Friday we start to clear out the clouds not all of them but most of them we start to warm up we'll be back to the low to mid seventies and then on Friday and right around seventy for much of the bay and then were sunny and warm once again for this weekend back up near eighty in fact I'm meteorologist air attack with your KPIX five KCBS forecast traffic and weather together on the eights on KCBS it's a five fifty two and time again for our afternoon chat with KCBS and chronicle insider feel mature will join us as per usual live on the case to be S. ring central news life to years after an appearance at the UC Berkeley campus was called off due to safety concerns conservative commentator Ann Coulter is scheduled to speak their next week Phil refresh our memory what happened two years ago well remember was the height of the right after Donald Trump was elected the whole bay area especially Berkeley was just a fling with emotions and then culture was one of about a half dozen conservative speakers so promoters who sailed through the bay area triggering or massive protests some which wound up being riots in her case that is we.

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"phil refresh" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"phil refresh" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"A web the crack of dawn I'm chase with lex the crack of dawn having a really good morning okay I'm very anxious to hear about this yes food and wine now we talking the publication lesson magazine hello this is a key word for this food and wine grease with some things that came out of the mouth Alexis and dog known great what is it yeah Donna you ready for this food wine right ginger ale I love this guy my gosh I'm already not feeling here all of this yeah and that is the superior drink at thirty six thousand feet the **** and here's why hi they say that you when you're up in the sky of course the salty and the suites your piece parts are all different right so that's why it's people like to order a bloody Mary because it's salty and then we have the sweetness of ginger ale and because of that it is very refreshing and has that bubbly ginger ale taste now of course you know there has been there have been some lawsuits about ginger ale how much ginger is actually in it comment but Phil refreshing has a great taste so there's that and it's been a staple since the nineteen twenties.

"phil refresh" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now

The Church of What's Happening Now

04:38 min | 1 year ago

"phil refresh" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now

"How do the intimate of everybody I commit and fast head, right, doing see what comes the vast AMI because for three days, you intimate and fast, you just drink. I do the south the two days later, we all day and now you're heavier than when you started your like when I was to last weekend way. Tend to fasting. It takes some and then more. Yeah. Because you gotta stay on for ten years. It's crazy to break the system. So I live rate this system. I love vast from doing Bligh the biggest, I got wasn't the fasting. Well, because you don't eat for two days. Right. And then you eat everything. Yeah. Well, you know, the south beach that was a cocaine techno dancing a little ecstasy. This has been put no clips of me up lately. They found the clipper me. When I did the one guy show on. Stand up show on stars. Right. And then somebody put up a ER that soda E R. I did with a cut time. Wow. Somebody put that persona up fucking co case. And I looked at it, and I had turned it off. I started crying that was after two week Benjamin Houston. Realize that Christmas because Pete used to book me right after Babbitt Pete book me. The two weeks of Christmas. And then I would leave New Year's and wow, Jim gaffe again, would come in New Year's Eve gaffe again. Yes, I would do those two weeks in Houston, drinking's Norton, and eating, you know, when you go for cheese on within they give you a whole separate dish, Phil refresh at the great joy that. I whatever it's where we go. They give you an egg omelette, right? Thick when cheese all on top of it, not this up and lack those tolerant fuck and deli's around here and then they give you a whole dish filled with fries, and a whole Bish fill with Toshi. They give you two pieces of those things like that, at this place Hans, and I would go there every morning and drink eat the cheese. I'm lit with the Bishop French fries, and sixteen seven pink Coca-Cola's, because I know this Presley after you blow on that there's nothing better than the Cannock nice kid or is yeah. A lot eleven yet I that. That fucking body needs vitamin C, Jack you aren't became single vitamins Bri with Tanner, I would fuck and drink orange street that arm issues. Does it just puts fucking fat on you? That's it really all my God. It's nothing but sugar allegance you count, you not to drink fucking juice, number one. It's worse. Atlantic or juice kills cancer. Now it doesn't. A little Basha, pomegranate, all k-. Yeah. As good for the dick stick. Franscisco dot com. Go right, Cisco I wish you all luck. And thanks buddy. Stay so. But because one year you'll be the fucking killer. They can't resist you real talent. Thanks you. Vote Garrity man whistles, noisy, jump up and down sweating profusely laying your soul on the stage. We gotta let it out. It's so if you have not seen Pablo Francisco lately, he ain't going nowhere bitches. He still alive and kicking do not to get I will be a New Orleans Friday at the Fillmore couple tickets left. And there's a couple of tickets left for the tabernacle and Atlanta on Saturday night. And then at the end of the month, I might Columbus, Ohio, at the funny bone. I'm keeping my schedule light like Pablo this shit summertime. Keeping gotta hang out. My little six year old daughter one. Thank Pablo Francisco for time was a pleasure. Seeing you ran on one of my favorites in the business. I wanna thank you, mother fuckers. Listening. And I wanna thank the Christ killer always being here and taking bullshit and whatnot. I love you mother fuckers now for a word from our sponsor. Let me tell you some but days, a common in the rest of the world, but they saves you money on toilet paper, a right? The data use is pushy, you know why because it sprays directly into your asshole, and it removes all that disgusting ship the eight the HAMAs, and all that shit. So you are in sitting on 'Bacterial that leads to nasty things like camera to eastern factions UT is itchy, as all's skidmarks, etc. Etc. Etc. To she sprays your ass with fresh water that toilet water to. She connects to the water supply behind your toilet to spray your dirty fucking asshole clean in the me..

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"phil refresh" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

10:59 min | 1 year ago

"phil refresh" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Talking about history. But we also love talking to Heidi Mitchell at the Wall Street Journal because we love regular feature. They're burning question and this last burning question what's the best way to take an afternoon, nap at a soul puzzling, and Heidi thanks so much joining us. My pleasure now, Heidi begin begin with things simple. Are you an emperor? So there are three types of people who can just fall asleep like on a train standing up. There's people who who would like to take a nap and can take a nap. And then there's people like me who say there's just no scenario in which I could fall asleep during the day. You're my wife, she can't ever fall asleep. My wife says I'm not a Napa. I'm a narcolepsy pick. I can I can just dead fall asleep anywhere when I'm. Tired? So I don't know that I'm a Napa. I just I just fall asleep. So I fall in that first category. Tell us about who you talk to about this thing called napping. Heidi? So I talked to that call David who is a professor at ten at the schools medicine. He's written a book on this stuff. He's a real expert, and he was really deep in the weeds. It was a great conversation is lots of sauce on your chronological clock. And and and the medical aspects of napping and also coffee, which is one of our other favorite subjects at the Wall Street Journal. So yeah, he had a lot a lot to say he big at kit of now as we all should be. It turns out and he said something about naps being either voluntary or involuntary. What's the difference between the two of those? And also, what did he have to say about sleep more? Generally. I mean, do we need NATs because we're not getting enough sleep. Or do we need in addition to the sleep? We should already have. So there's a couple of things I mean, most of us in the in the modern world, we tend to be sleep deprived. We're supposed to get you know, it varies between seven and ten. Hours depending on which doctor you asked but most of us aren't building in the seven hours of sleep. That means getting into bed, you know, half an hour before you got lake right? So you get full seven hours of sleep. Just don't have that kind of time. So we're we're sleep deprived. We build up to sleep debt, we're tired. And so a napkin alleviate that even a short nap can alleviate that. So if you're super duper sleep-deprived, you will rather than taking after close and getting into bed and Ben building a nap into your day. You'll have what's called an involuntary nap and you'll just solid sleep at your desk. Garand the train or while driving your car God forbid, so you know, you wanna try and avoid sleep debt for sure that's like the main thing. But then also there's this genetic component which we can get to later, which is not well understood. But appears as though we are programmed evolutionary early to want to nap kind after lunch. The heat talk about that genetic component. Let's talk about that right now. So the theory is that, you know, at the height of the day when most of civilization evolve around the equator where super hot during the day the animals are not out there napping. So it's a safe time to go take a break. So so there seems to be this window after lunch before dinner. There's a question of where exactly it falls, but where your your biological your Evelyn missionary clock wants you to just chill out, which is sort of why at four o'clock, we all need a Cup of coffee, right? We get tired or sugar. Time to lose. So they're not totally sure why the thinking is that during for most of humanity, you know, this receive hours to sleep and you couldn't hunt, and you couldn't really forge it was really hot. And so it was a good time to sleep. And then when it got dark sleeping when I got late. You woke up makes complete sense in any of us who spend time when we're doing vacations we've been to the beach all day. I mean, we we know that that cycle kicks in hard. Yeah. At four o'clock. Yeah. I you fall asleep. And and sometimes you wake up if you if you were a Wilkin by an alarm or you didn't get you didn't catch up all of your sleep debt and fill your sleep Tangalle the way you might feel a little bit groggy interest. A lot of people don't like that. Which is why a lot of people choose not now because they don't feel great when they wake up they feel like they're not one hundred percent. So this is where coffee comes in your by will avoid an out because they don't like that Ruggie feeling. They just don't feel like they can perform right? And so how exactly do we does off? Because this. I thought was the most interesting part of the now. Right. So fascinating. So it's very biological though. Your muscles start to relax. So let's say you're you're standing up on a train holding onto the bar in the middle there. So then your arm star till lose their control, they relaxing in your hand. Relax and then your eyelids. Go and then your neck goes, right? So then your head falls over, and then you jerk up. Okay. So this is terrible. Because your brain does not go into a good deep sleep. And you're just it's almost like a disturbance. You're just like selling and rising and falling and rising. You can imagine. How it does kind of feel amazing though that feeling into a deep sleep, and you're not supposed to hear some sound like guilt, delicious guilds built into that. But it's not it's not gonna give you the replenish, your sleep debt the way that a voluntary napkin where you're laying down it's gonna it's it's not gonna do that for you. Love the part here where you say that triggers the part of your brain that feels you're falling. That's of course, when the neck goes, which wakes you up. How many times woken up by the net? We're almost involuntarily pushed into by our exhaustion or have it in a meeting. That's even more exciting. That is so so what's the best way the very best way to take a nap. So it's funny because the way that we work now, I don't know. You're typically offers our open plan, and even those that are fortunate enough to have an office, they tend to be co ASI. So this is not a good way to take an app because you we're not sure why I think it has to do with our animal instinct, but you need to be in a safe place. So he was talking actually about homeless people on how it's really so sad to see people sleeping on a park bench because it's not a safe environment to sleep in. And so they're probably not getting quality sleep. And so are a little bit zone all the time. But so you wanna be in a obviously a cruel place because you sleep best when it's like in the sixties. Ideally, you want to be you want to be prone because when you're laying down your body can do all those muscles Kimber lacking. You're not gonna follow over wake you up, and you wanna be in a dark. You know, no one's watching you feel safe. So a glassy office is not a great place. It used to be that king madman or whatever. And you know, you could just close the door lay down on your couch. Take a fifteen minute nap. And not just say don't interrupt me for fifteen minutes. And it was totally fine. That's kind of looked at Pont lazy now. It's not that way in all cultures. You know in Japan. They're still okay with naps the big thing in Spanish speaking countries. And the way that we know that taking a mid afternoon nap is good is that places like China when they industrial they forbade they forbade the nap and the productivity didn't go up. So there's there's this. They call asleep week window. It opens up in the afternoon in your is a harmonica gate in your circadian rhythm. And it just opens up, and and so you can find I don't know a secret room in your office where you can shut and lock the door set your phone alarm for like fifteen twenty minutes, and I promise you you will feel refrain totally fall asleep. Phil refresh you can have a Cup of coffee after and then you'll you should be one hundred percent. And have you seen these places? Heidi at the airport now around American airports where you. You can basically go in and take a nap these pods. Right. You're the little pods, and they're trying to create that cool space where you can be prone, and it's dark and you're by yourself. And they're they're like in fifteen minute increments. Which is really kind of all you need. Isn't that amazing? You could just do fifteen minutes, and you can feel much better. I love with Dr dingy said he said quote being awake is like carrying a bag on your back the longer you're awake. The more bricks you Ed he says, and when you take a nap you remove some of those bricks and by the way, Dr gingy that's the professor you talked at the university of Pennsylvania's Perlman school of medicine. His book is sleep and alertness, pronto biological behavioral and medical aspects of napping. So he wrote a whole book on this, son. He wrote a exactly sitting at a bookstore near you. Yeah. I'm sure I think you have to buy it on Amazon, you I think it may be out of print, but he's written other realm office paper, but he's so into this subject, and we talked for at least an hour. But he would we were asking is there a way that employers can can help, you know, their their employees to have this built-in. And he said, you know, employers are really all about their profits their bottom line. And so I you know, I've seen it you've seen it at Google. You know, they have those pause. So some forward thinking corporations do have that. But I do think there is still a stigma attached to taking a nap in the middle of the day. And if we can just son how societally remove that stigma. We'd have a much more productive society. We would be less hungry grumpy have nicer exchanges, you know, work. Life would be better, balanced and free coffee. Well here at our American stories, the staff has free coffee. And they kidnap anytime, especially when we're doing the show Heidi thanks so much for joining us as always. My pleasure. Thank you. Go. Have your fifteen minute nap after lunch will and Heidi. Mitchell is always the burning question from the Wall Street Journal. This is our American stories. Campfires? How about a campfire atmosphere with friends and brought to your ears wherever you are. That's what we do. In our American stories, a show that tells great American stories love final FOX before dying funny stories about first jobs this day in history, American dreams, marriages and so much more..

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"phil refresh" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

11:26 min | 2 years ago

"phil refresh" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"And weather. This is Lee Habib in this is our American stories when we talk about everything here on this show from the arts to music sports. And of course, history we love talking about history. But we also love talking to Haiti Mitchell at the Wall Street Journal because we love regular feature. They're burning question. And this last burning question what's the best way to take an afternoon, nap at us all puzzling and Heidi thanks so much for joining us. My pleasure now Heidi begin begin with things. Simple. Are you an amber? So there are three types of people the results you can just fall asleep like on a train standing up. There's people who who would like to take a nap and can take a nap. And then there's people like me who say there's just no scenario in which I could fall asleep during the day. You're my wife, she can't ever fall asleep. My wife says I'm not a Napper narcolepsy. I can fall asleep. I can just dead fall asleep anywhere when I'm tired. So I don't know that on the Napa, I just I just fall asleep. So I fall in that first category. Tell us about who you talk to about this thing called napping. Heidi? So I talked to that call David danjus who is a professor at ten at the in schools medicine. He's writing a book on this stuff. He's a real expert, and he was really deep in the weeds. It was a great conversation is lots of thoughts on your chronicle biological clock. And and and the medical aspects of napping and also coffee, which is one of our other favorite subjects at the ball Street Journal. So yeah, he had a lot a lot to say he's a big advocate of nap as we all should be turned out. And he said something about naps being either voluntary or involuntary. What's the difference between the two of those? And also, what did he have to say about sleep more? Generally. I mean do we need naps because we're not getting enough sleep. Or do we need maps? In addition to the sleep. We should already have. So there's a couple of things is I mean, most of us in the in the modern world, we tend to be sleep deprived. We're supposed to get you know, it varies between seven and ten. Hours depending on which doctor you asked but most of us aren't building in the seven hours of sleep. That means getting into bed, you know, a half an hour before you get lake right? So you get the full seven hours of sleep. Just don't have that kind of time. So we're we're sleep deprived. We build up to sleep debt, we're tired. And so a napkin alleviate that even a short nap can alleviate that. So if you're super duper sleep-deprived, you will rather than taking after close and getting into bed, Ben building a nap and day. You'll have what's called an involuntary nap and you'll just Saul asleep at your desk or on the train while driving your car God forbid, so you know, you wanna try and avoid sleep debt for sure that's like the main thing. But then also there's this genetic component which we can get to later, which is not well understood. But it appears as though we are programmed evolution narrowly to want to nap kinda after lunch. The heat talk about that genetic component. Let's talk about that right now. So the theory is that, you know, at the height of the day when most of civilization evolved around the equator where super hot during the day the animals are not out there napping. So it's a safe time to go take a break. So so there seems to be this window after lunch before dinner. There's a question of where exactly it falls, but where your your biological your clock wants you to just chill out, which is sort of why at four o'clock, we all need a Cup of coffee, right? We get tired or sugar. How come the LUSA? So they're not totally sure why. But the thinking is that. Yeah. During for most of humanity. You know this receive hours to sleep and you couldn't hunt, and you couldn't really forge it was really hot. And so it was a good time to sleep. And then when it got dark sleeping when it got late. You woke up makes complete sense in any of us who spend time when we're doing vacations we've been to the beach all day. I mean, we we know that that cycle kicks in hard. Yeah. Four o'clock, I fall asleep. And and sometimes you wake up if you if you were awoken by an alarm or you didn't get you didn't catch up all of your sleep debt, Bill, you're sleeping, all the way. You might feel a little bit groggy interests eligible don't like that. Which is why a lot of people choose not now because they don't feel great when they wake up they feel like they're not one hundred percent. So this is where coffee comes in. But like he will avoid an out because they don't like that groggy feeling they just don't feel like they can perform right? And so how exactly do he does off? Because this. I thought was the most interesting part of the right? So fascinating. So it's very biological though. Your muscles start to relax. So let's say you're you're standing up on a train holding onto the bar in the middle there. So then your arms are to lose their control. They relax and then your hand relax and then your eyelids. Go and then your Neko's, right? So then your head falls over. And then you got okay. So this is terrible. Because your brain does not go into a good deep sleep. And you're just it's almost like a disturbance is. You're just like selling in rising and falling and rising. Imagine how it does kind of feel amazing though that feeling how long into a deep sleep when you're not supposed to sound like guilt, delicious guilt built into that. But. It's not it's not gonna give you the replenish your sleep that the way that a voluntary napkin where you're laying down. It's going to do that for you the part of year where you say that triggers the part of your brain that feels you're falling. That's of course, when the neck goes, which wakes you up. I mean, how many times woken up by the net. We're almost involuntarily pushed into by our exhaustion or have it in a meeting. That's even more exciting. That is so so what's the best way? The the very best way the taken out. So it's funny because the way that we work now, I don't know your off typically office now are open plan, and even those that are fortunate enough to have an office they tended to go ASI. So this is not a good way to take an app because you we're not sure why I think it has to do with our animal instinct, but you need to be in a safe place if he was talking about homeless people on how it's really so sad to see people sleeping on a park bench because it's not a safe environment to sleep in. And so they're probably not getting quality sleep. And so are a little bit in his own all the time. But so you wanna be in a obscene a cruel place 'cause you sleep best when it's like in the sixties. Ideally, you want to be you wanna be prone because when you're laying down your body can the all those muscles Kimber lacking. You're not gonna fall over wake you up, and you wanna be in a dark, as you know, no one's watching you. So you feel safe? So glassy office is not a great place. It used to be that king madman. Or whatever. And you know, you can just close your door lay down your couch ticket fifteen minute nap. And not just say, no don't interrupt me for fifteen minutes. And it was totally that kind of looked at pawn as lazy now. And if not that way in all cultures, you know, in Japan, they're still okay with nabs the big thing in Spanish speaking countries. And the way that we know that taking a mid afternoon nap is good is that places like China when they industrialized they forbade they forbade the nap and the productivity didn't go up. So there's there's this. They call asleep window. It opens up in the afternoon in your is the harmonica gate in your circadian rhythm. And it just opens up, and and so you can find I don't know if he grit room in your office where you can shut and lock the door set your phone alarm for like fifteen twenty minutes. And I promise you, you will feel refreshed even totally fall asleep. Phil refresh you can have a Cup of coffee after and then you you should be one hundred percent. And have you seen these places? Heidi at the airport now around American airports where you can like basically go in and take a nap. Have you seen pods? Right. You're the little pods, and they're trying to create that cool space where you can be prone, and it's dark and you're by yourself. Gene. And they're they're like fifteen minute increments. Which is really kind of all you need isn't not amazing. I mean, you could just do fifteen minutes, and you can feel much better. I love with Dr dingy said he said quote being awake is like carrying a bag on your back the longer you're awake. The more bricks you Ed he says, and when you take a nap you remove some of those bricks and by the way, Dr gingy the professor you talked at the university of Pennsylvania's Perlman school of medicine. His book is sleep and alertness, pronto biological behavioral and medical aspects of napping. So he wrote a whole book on this. He wrote up exactly sitting at a bookstore near you. Yeah. I'm sure I think if it on Amazon us, I think it may be out of print, but he's written other books realm office paper, but he's so into this subject, and we talked for a reason our, but he knew were asking is there a way that employers can can help, you know, their their employees to have this bills in and he said, you know, employers are really all about their profits their bottom line. And so I've seen it you've seen it Google. You know, they have those pause. So some forward thinking corporations do have that. But I do think there is still. Stigma attached to taking a nap in the middle of the day. And if we can just somehow societally remove that stigma, we'd have a much more productive society. We would be less hungry. Grumpy have nicer exchanges me, you know, work. Life would be better, balanced and free coffee. Well here at our American stories, the staff has free coffee, and they can nap anytime, especially when we're doing the show hiding thanks so much for joining us as always. My pleasure. Thank you. Go. Have your fifteen minute nap after lunch? Oh, I will. And Heidi Mitchell is always the burning question from the Wall Street Journal. This is our American stories. Campfires? How about a campfire atmosphere with friends and brought to your ears wherever you are. That's what we do. At our American stories a show that tells great American stories of love final FOX before dying funny stories about first jobs this day in history, American dreams in marriages, and so much more. 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"phil refresh" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

10:01 min | 2 years ago

"phil refresh" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"For joining us. My pleasure now Heidi began begin with things. Simple. Are you an ever? So there are three types of people the results you can just fall asleep like on a train standing up. There's people who who like to take a nap and can take an up, and then there's people like me who say there's just no scenario in which I could fall asleep during the day. You're my wife, she can't ever fall asleep. My wife says I'm not a Napa. I'm narcolepsy I can fall asleep. I can just dead fall asleep anywhere when I'm tired. So I don't know that I'm a Napa. I just I just fall asleep. So I fall in that first category. Tell us about who you talk to about this thing called napping. Heidi? So I talked to that called David ginger who is a professor at ten at the firm and school of medicine. He's writing a book on this stuff. He's a real expert, and he was really deep in the weeds. It was a great conversation is lots of thoughts on your chronicle biological clock. And and and the medical aspects of napping and also coffee, which is one of our other favorite subjects at the Wall Street Journal. So yeah, he had a lot a lot to say he's a big advocate of nap as we all should be turned out. And he said something about naps being either voluntary or involuntary. What's the difference between the two of those? And also, what did he have to say about sleep more? Generally. I mean do we need naps because we're not getting enough sleep. Or do we need maps? In addition to the sleep. We should already have. So there's a couple of things is I mean, most of us in the in the modern world, we tend to be sleep deprived. We're supposed to get you know, varies between seven and ten. Hours depending on which doctor you asked, but most of us aren't building in the seven hours that means getting into bed, you know, half an hour before you go, right? So you get the full seven hours of sleep and most of us just don't have that kind of time. So we're we're sleep deprived. We build up to sleep debt, we're tired, and so a napkin alleviate that even a short nap can alleviate that. So if you're super duper sleep deprived. You will rather than taking after close and getting into bed Ben building a nap into you'll have what's called an involuntary nap and you'll just Saul asleep at your desk or on the train or while driving your car God forbid, so you know, you wanna try and avoid sleep that for sure that's like the main thing. But then also there's this genetic opponent, which we can get you later, which is not well understood. But it appears as though we are programmed evolution narrowly to want to nap kinda after lunch. And how did heat talk about that genetic component? Let's talk about that right now. So the theory is that, you know, at the height of the day when most of civilization evolve around the equator where super hot during the day the animals are not out there napping. So it's a safe time to go take a break. So so there seems to be this window after lunch before dinner. There's a question of where exactly it falls, but where your your biological your clock wants you to just chill out, which is sort of why at four o'clock, we all need a Cup of coffee, right? We get tired or sugar how come the LUSA? So they're not totally sure why the thinking is that yet during for most of humanity, you know, this receive hours to sleep and you couldn't hunt, and you couldn't really forge it was really hot. And so was a good time to sleep. And then when it got documents sleeping when I got light. You woke up makes complete sense in any of us who spend time when we're on vacations. We've been to the beach all day. I mean, we we know that that cycle kicks in hard. Yeah. Yeah. I you fall asleep. And and sometimes you wake up if you if you were awoken by an alarm or you didn't you didn't catch up all of your sleep that Bill you're sleeping all the way. You might feel a little bit groggy interest. A lot of people don't like that. Which is why a lot of people choose not now because they don't feel great when they wake up they feel like they're not one hundred percent. So this is where coffee comes in. Will avoid an out because they don't like that groggy feeling. They just don't feel like they can perform right? And so how exactly do he does off? Because this. I thought was the most interesting part of the now. Right. So fascinating. So it's very biological. Your muscles start to relax. Let's say you're you're standing up on a train holding onto the bar in the middle there. So then your arms start to lose their control. They relax and then your hands. Relax and then your eyelids. Go and then your Neko's, right? So then your head falls over, and then you jerk up. Okay. So this is terrible. Because your brain does not go into a good deep sleep. And you're just it's almost like a disturbed sleep. You're just like selling rising and falling rising. Imagine how it does kind of feel amazing though that into a deep sleep, and you're not supposed to some like guilt delicious guilt built into that. But it's. It's not it's not gonna give you the replenish your sleep that the way that a voluntary napkin where you're laying down it's gonna it's gonna it's not gonna do that for you. Love the part here where you say that triggers the part of your brain that feels you're falling. That's of course, when the neck goes, which wakes you up. I mean, how many times woken up by the net. We're almost involuntarily pushed into by our exhaustion or have it in a meeting. That's even more exciting. That is so so what's the best way? The the very best way to take a nap. So it's funny because the way that we work now, I don't know your off the typically offers now are open plan and even those that are fortunate enough to have an office. They tend to go out. So this is not a good way to take an app because you we're not sure why I think it has to do with our animal instinct, but you need to be in a safe place if he was talking actually about homeless people and how it's really so sad to see people sleeping on a park bench because it's not a safe environment to sleep them. And so they're probably not getting quality sleep. And so are a little bit in his own all the time. But so you wanna be in a option a cruel place 'cause you sleep best. When it's like in the sixties, you know, ideally, you wanna be you wanna be prone because when you're laying down your body can the all those muscles Kimber lacking. Your head's not gonna fall over wake you up, and you want to be in a dark, a, you know, no one's watching you feel safe. So a glassy office is not a great place. It used to be that king madman. Or whatever. And you know, you can just close your door lay down your couch ticket fifteen minute nap and not just they don't interrupt me for fifteen minutes. And it was totally fine. That's kind of looked at pawn. Lazy now. If not that way in all cultures. You know in Japan, they're still okay with nabs the big thing in Spanish speaking countries. And the way that we know that taking a mid afternoon nap is good is that places like China when they industrialized they forbade they forbade the nap and the productivity didn't go up. So there's there's this. They call asleep window. It opens up in the afternoon in your it's a harmonica gate in your circadian rhythm. And it just opens up, and and so if you can find I don't know a secret room in your office where you can shut and lock the door set your phone alarm for like fifteen twenty minutes. I promise you, you will feel refreshed totally fall asleep. Phil refresh you can have a Cup of coffee after. And then you you should be one hundred percent. And have you seen these places? Heidi at the airport now around American airports where you can like basically go in and take an app. Have you seen need pods? Right. You're the little pods, and they're trying to create that cool space where you can be prone and stark and you're by yourself. And they're they're like in fifteen minute increments. Which is really kinda all unique not amazing. I mean, you could just do fifteen minutes, and you can feel much better. I love with Dr dingy said he said quote being awake is like carrying a bag on your back. The longer you're awake. The more bricks you Ed he says, and when you take a nap, you remove some of those bricks, and by the way, doc your dingies. That's the professor you talked at the university of Pennsylvania's Perlman school of medicine. His book is sleep and alertness, chronicle biological behavioral and medical aspects of mapping. So he wrote a whole book on this. He wrote up exactly sitting at a bookstore near you. Yeah. I'm sure I think if by Amazon us, I think it may be out of the realm office paper, but he's so into this subject, and we talked for a reason our, but he we were asking is there a way that employers can can help, you know, their their employees to have this Bill, and he said, you know, employers are really all about their profits their bottom line. And so I've seen it you've seen it Google. You know, they have those pause. So some forward thinking corporations do have that. But I do think there is still. Attached to taking a nap in the middle of the day. And if we can just somehow societally remove that stigma, we'd have a much more productive society. We would be hungry. Grumpy have nicer exchanges me, you know, work. Life would be better, balanced and free coffee. Well here at our American stories, the staff has free coffee, and they can nap anytime, especially when we're doing the show Heidi. Thanks so much for joining as always. Thank you. Go. Have your fifteen minute nap after launch will and Heidi. Mitchell is always the burning question from the Wall Street Journal. This is our American stories..

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"phil refresh" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

11:12 min | 2 years ago

"phil refresh" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"Of Famer. So make sure you check that out tonight. Make sure your therefore it's gonna be special. We will carry the presentation live at halftime here. WJR's? Well, let's go to John and Aurora. John start us off in the extra point show. What's up? Good morning. Good morning. I'm excited about the game tonight. And I'm expecting them to win. I mean, I watch these bills games have been watching him. I'm fifty five years old. I've been going to bills game since I was thirteen or fourteen years old. And and I it's just exciting to me especially on a Monday when I actually was able to get a lot of work done around the house yesterday because I wasn't stuck watching the bills on a Sunday afternoon. Because you know, what you do. I know right. It was great. It was great. So I'm really excited about tonight. But you know, I'm just sick of the negativity going on. It's just it's depressing. I'm trying to keep my kids focused keep them out. In in the age of my kids, when you just I think that was the bills have not one on Monday night for twenty four years. So Mony for years. That's right now, Monday night at home. It's been twenty has been nineteen years since her last Monday night win it's been twenty four since their last home win. But I'm hoping the crowd is going nuts that maybe Tom inches. L had a fight might be. He's not thinking clearly anything could happen. Look at that Vikings game. I'm just fired up. I really do hope they win if they don't. That's okay. If they keep a close grade. But man of victory would be just awesome. Yeah. Thanks, john. I think it'd be really good point. So many people aren't expecting them to win that if they don't it's like, yeah, we didn't expect it you do. It's like, wow. It's a big win. It's nice like emotionally. It's a big win. Yeah. It's a big win on the field. But emotionally, that's huge for me. Like if if they do win the game, and you're not expecting it. That's when it feels even better, right? It's been nineteen years since they last won a Monday night football game. It's been twenty four years since they last won one at home Mark in Canada. Hi, mark. You're on WGN going on good. Thanks. ISO? Sorry, guys negative. That's okay. I don't trust me work backwards tonight. If we win tonight. Not a. The way to be the England. But I don't see how to help because dot L is not the one who would have beat them. It would have been the veteran their games since. We learn nothing about the quarterback that we have more Ford short-term, great long-term. There's still questions on to that question is the fact that I got a guy in Los Angeles who can recall, please when he was six years old and my coach leaves a game. And you have to look at the tape. You can't what's going on. What do you mean? I don't understand fun office. We hold on a second. I stopped you. Hey, can I stop you? What do you mean? I mean, I mean, I look when a coach says at a press conference, you don't really you know, that they really do have to. It is true. You do have to go home and watch tape to understand what happened on certain plays. I mean, I'm on the sidelines. I don't think I'm dumb, and I I want to go home and watch the tape before I comment on things. Sometimes so I know people like to poke fun at coaches for that. But that is true. Okay. So what do you make? I don't. I don't get the point of, you know, always criticizing coaches who say that. Because it actually is true. Who would agree? But I mean, you you you're going to meet a play you created that plate. You know, what you don't know what happened on the play who blocked what who messed up until you watch the film. Well, okay. And then what you mean by a six year old who recalls plays because I don't know what that has to do with anything that guy. He seems like he's amazing amazing offense of mine. You know what Sean McVay also has to do every after every game. He has to go back and watch film. What happened before he can really comment on everything? Okay. What have you? Did they pointed out was me basing farther ahead in advance of the coast and our coast slice. My lack of truck comes in. This fact, we have to match with with Bill Belichick. I don't know if he has a match with ability to do that. I'll look at the front office putting a team together they have four change quarterbacks. And he'd pick out one autumn home watching Rosen guys with a lot more, polished more complex. Well, this is not. That's let me stop you. Mark. I want you get this right because I don't mind you can keep talking as much as you want to keep you on the phone, but I want you to have things right. The front office. It's in place. Now was not here when they did not choose those quarterbacks. The only person was the coach because at that point Brandon Beane and the staff they have right now was still in Carolina. Elsewhere, basically, what about Rosie? But that's this year. But yeah, they chose that. That's right. He doesn't look very good, by the way. But I think it's way too early. But you're right about that. They chose him over Rosen or Lamar Jackson. That's no doubt about that. But I mean, you're making definitive statements on their careers, and that's way too early and Rosen by the way does not look good right now. The thing that rolling does look better than I don't wanna get down this road. I mean that that's fine. You don't like you didn't like the Josh Allen pick. So you never going to like it. I guess I can just okay, go ahead. Neither things that are holding me back like not the things that are holding me back from seeing. All right. We're good. We could see it look at the sabers, and I can see. Okay. I, you know, look like, you know, what you're doing when I'm looking at the Bill. I'm just like look like you. We don't even with you. Look like, you know, what you're doing. You say you can play basketball, can you dunk the ball? Keep do something to show me that you know, what you're doing. And I just haven't seen it and things obviously, I might over exaggerated perfect with these are just some things I'm looking for. I just can't see a win tonight. Yes. It'd be great would not have done with our guy. Pause. Like, I said before you different things that I need to see for my coach. I don't see. I get it. I understand. Thank you. I appreciate the call. Mark. I'm glad he said I exaggerated for effect because he did. I mean, like if you're gonna make those claims at least have it, right? And I just this whole thing about I know, it's me, and I know it's kind of funny and to poke fun at coaches, especially when you're coach comes out and says, I got to watch the film, guess what you actually have to watch the film. I mean, that's just what you do. You have to I want my coach to actually watch the film before telling me exactly now sometimes you can tell like yesterday time Gumri brings brings the ball out of the end zone inexplicably. At the end of the Green Bay. Packers Ellie Rams game. Any fumbles and afterwards. Mike McCarthy said the plan was not to do that. He doesn't have to watch the film for that. I get that. But if you'd say to any coach pretty much what happened why was your run defense, so bad? Why could you not throw it? You know, what they actually literally do have to do the kind of got to watch the game over again to say, you know, what this is how we did not pick up the blitz. Well, we did not run routes. Well, I know it's fun and cliche to make fun of coaches for saying that, but it actually is true. I know you all want answers every Sunday as soon as the game ends give me answers. Dammit. What happened on that play? Tell me now or you should be fired. They need to go watch the film, and it just bothers me when people always make fun of that. Because look. I think I think I know football pretty well. I'm actually standing on the sidelines with these games. I can't tell you. What happened a lot of times? I go watch the film. So I know. And then Monday, I'll come here. I'll say yet by rewatch some the game yesterday. Here's what happened and then Monday afternoon Tuesday. I'll watch more all twenty two. I'll see even more and say I thought this guy played good. There's probably didn't play. Well, and here's what happened on some place some things you can tell right away. I have no idea what the Sean McVeigh recalling place when he was six years old point was except. Yes, Sean McVay is an amazing offense mind. There's no doubt. But he has nothing to do with this conversation to be quite honest. Let's go to Jerry in Rochester. Hi, Jerry, you're on WGN and the extra point show. What's up? Hi. So I'm excited to get to talk to you. It's my first time talking. Well, I appreciate you calling in the the floor is yours. Oh, okay. So you asked about what we expect tonight. I expect the defense to play really well because they did poorly last week. And I think they're gonna bounce back. And I actually like it when the whole world's against the bills because I think a lot of times this team defies expectations. Not sure they will totally tonight. But I just hope they stay in the game the whole time till the end of the fourth quarter. Yeah. You know? Here's the thing. Jerry. If it were another team any team not named New England any team that doesn't have a guy named Tom Brady in the same situation coming here tonight. The bills were fourteen point underdogs, and no one gave him a chance. I would feel even better and say, you know, what? But it just there's that also that part that it's Brady and it's the patriots, and they could play a really awesome game. But you know, that the guy on the other side is just so damn good. That's what bothers me about tonight thinking about how they could do this breaks our heart so many times. Doesn't give you a chance. Even doesn't even get a chance the break, and it's already broken pretty early. A lot of times. Thanks. No. We've been in there. Yes. Yes. That's right. You know, what's funny, though, it's been mostly at their place. It's been the closer games here in buffalo. It's been more of the games that haven't been you know, what I mean, they get out. But there've been some close games here as well. But he's just he is he's I mean, arguably is the greatest of all time. And I know some people will say he's not that's fine. He's certainly up there in the top three or four. I think of all time no matter what he's got the he's the most accomplished quarterback of all time. But like I said the point for me is if it was anybody if this was I don't know the eagles the Super Bowl champions coming here on Monday night. And there are fourteen point favorite. I would feel much better about the bill's chances of actually stunning the world than I do tonight with Tom Brady and Bill Belichick coming here. I get it me too. But like, you said, we never know you never know. That's why you play right? That's right. Hey, I have a good time. Thanks, Sherry Bye-bye. Okay. You never know. Jerry was calling from Rochester. Met a guy from Rochester this weekend out in Las Vegas. He lives in L A now, though, he might be listening to the show right now, actually. And it was cool because I'm I'm at the Caesars Palace sportsbook. We're watching games early. Was he yesterday? It was early yesterday watching games. And then 'cause here's what happened. You know, you're already three hours behind right? So I'm three hours behind. I'm like, okay. I got to get up and the games here are gonna start at ten AM one o'clock eastern for these early games. So if I want to go watch football make a couple of plays whatever I gotta get down there to the sportsbook early. It's what you do. So I get up and it's time I got up. I took a shower. I get out like, okay. I'm Phil refresh rate announced hairs, and then I look Jonathan what time did that game off in London yesterday. What time eastern was that? I believe it was just a little bit after nine thirty A M eastern. So that means was six thirty where I was because I got up and I did not realize there was act. I did not know I didn't realize that's what time the game was. And I literally showered I got ready to go down to the sports book. I'm like, I'm gonna go watch these games at ten o'clock starts at ten o'clock for all the eastern games. And then suddenly, I look and I'm like, wait a minute. Jacksonville eagles during the third quarter. Oh my God. It's six thirty. It's it's an early early for people on the west coast games. It is and we've had west coast teams out in London before it. I think have that start. I think so out there..

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"phil refresh" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

06:24 min | 2 years ago

"phil refresh" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Sense base. Who spend, time, when we're doing bay -cations we've been to. The beach all day I mean we we know? That that cycle kicks in hard Yeah at four o'clock yeah I you fall asleep and and? Sometimes, you wake up if you, if you, were a by an alarm or you didn't get you didn't catch up all. Of your sleep debt, and fill your sleep Tangalle the way you might. Feel a little bit groggy and just, a lot of people, don't like that, which is why people choose not now because they don't feel great when. They wake up they feel like they're. Not one, hundred, percent so this is where coffee comes in But like it, will avoid a now because they. Don't like that groggy feeling they just don't feel like they. Can. Perform right and so how exactly do he does off because this I thought was the most interesting part of the now right so fascinating so it's very biological though your muscles start to relax so let's say you're you're standing up on a train holding onto the bar in the middle there so then your arm start, to lose their control they. Relaxing in, your hand relax. And, then your eyelids go and then your neck goes right so then your head falls over and then you jerk up okay so, this is terrible because your brain does not go into a good deep sleep and you're just it's almost like a disturbed sleep. Is just like selling in rising and falling and, rising and how it does kind of feel amazing though that feeling into a deep sleep, and you're not supposed to some sound like. Guilt delicious guilt built into that but It's not it's not gonna, give you the replenish your sleep. That the way that a voluntary napkin where you're laying down. It's. Gonna gonna it's not gonna do that for you love the part here where you say that triggers the part of your brain that feels you're falling that's of course when the neck goes which wakes you up I mean how many times woken up by the net we're almost involuntarily pushed into by our exhaustion or in. A meeting that's even more, exciting That is so so what's the best way the very best way. To take a nap So it's funny because the way that we work now I don't know your off but, typically often our open plan and. Even those that are fortunate enough to have an office they tend to be go out so this is not a good way to take an app, because you we're not sure why I think it. Has to do with our animal instinct but you need to be in a safe place so he was talking about homeless people on how it's really so sad to. See people sleeping on a park bench because it's not a safe environment to sleep them and so. They're probably not getting quality sleep and so are a little bit zone all the time but so you. Wanna be in a cruel. Place 'cause you sleep best when it's like in the sixties ideally you want to be you wanna. Be prone because when you're, laying down your body can do all those muscles Kimber lacking you're not gonna, fall over wake. You up and. You want to be in a dark as you. Know no one's watching you feel safe so. A glassy office is not a great place it used to be that I king madman Or whatever and you know you could just close your. Door lay down your couch, take a fifteen minute nap and not just say no don't interrupt me for, fifteen minutes and. It was totally. Fine that's kind of looked at Pont as lazy. Now it's not that way in all cultures You know in, Japan they're still okay with. Nabs the big thing and in Spanish speaking countries and the way that we know that. Taking a mid afternoon nap is good is that places like, China when the industrialized they forbade they forbade the nap and the productivity didn't go up so there's there's this they call asleep week, window it opens up. In the afternoon, in your is a harmonica gate. In your circadian rhythm, and it just opens up and and so you, can, find I don't know a secret, room in your office where. You can shut and lock the door set your. Phone alarm for like fifteen twenty minutes And I promise you you will feel refrain totally fall asleep Phil refresh, you can have a Cup of. Coffee after and then you you should be a hundred percent and have you seen these places Heidi at the airport now or an American? Airports where you can, basically? Go in and take an app have you seen pods right you're the little pods and they're trying to create that cool space where, you can be prone, and it's dark and you're by yourself And they're. They're like in fifteen, minute increments which is really kind of all you need isn't that amazing I mean. You could just do fifteen minutes and, you can feel much better I love. With Dr dingy said he said quote. Being awake is like carrying a bag on your back the. Longer, you're awake. The more bricks you Ed he says and when you. Take a nap you remove some of those, bricks and by the way Dr gingy the professor. You talked at the university of Pennsylvania's Perlman school of medicine his book is, sleep and alertness. Pronto biological behavioral, and medical aspects of napping so he wrote a whole book on he wrote up exactly sitting at? A bookstore near you eighty yeah I'm sure I think you, have to buy it on Amazon. Us I think it may be out of print but he's written other books as realm office paper but he's so into this subject and? We talked for at, least? An hour but he would we were asking is there a way that employers can can help you know their their employees to have This, built-in and he said you know, employers are really all about their. Profits their bottom line, and so you know I've seen it you've seen it at Google you know they. Have those pause so some forward thinking, corporations do have that but I do. Think there is still a stigma attached. To taking a nap in the middle of the day if. We, can just. Somehow societally remove that stigma we'd have a much more. Productive society we would be less hungry grumpy, have nicer exchanges me you know work life would. Be better balanced and free coffee well here at our American stories the staff, has free coffee. And they kidnap, anytime especially when we're doing the show Heidi thanks so much for joining us as always My pleasure thank, you. Go have your fifteen minute nap after lunch I will and. Heidi Mitchell is always the. Burning question. From the. Wall Street Journal this is our American stories.

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"phil refresh" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

03:51 min | 2 years ago

"phil refresh" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"When you're not supposed to there's some sun like guilt delicious guilt built into that but it's not it's not gonna give you the replenish your sleep debt the way that a voluntary napkin where you're laying down it's gonna it's gonna it's not gonna do that for you say that trigger the part of your brain that feels you're falling that's of course when the neck goes which wakes you up i mean how many times woken up by the net we're almost involuntarily pushed into by our exhaustion are habit in a meeting that's even more exciting that is so so what's the best way the very best way the taken out that's funny because the way that we work now i don't know you're often like typically office now are open plan and even those that are fortunate enough to have an office they tend to be glassy so this is not a good way to take a nap because you we're not sure why i think it has to do with our animal instinct but you need to be in a safe place so he was talking about homeless people on how it's really so sad to see people sleeping on a park bench because he's not a safe environment to sleep him and so they're probably not getting quality sleep and so are a little bit zone all the time but so you wanna be in a obviously a cool place 'cause you sleep best when it's like in the sixties you know ideally you want to be you wanna be prone because when you're laying down your body can the all those muscles can relax in your head you're not gonna fall over wake you up and you want to be in a dark you know no one's watching you so you feel safe so a glassy office is not a great place it used to be that i can't imagine men or whatever you know you could just close your door lay down your couch take a fifteen minute nap and no just say no don't interrupt me for fifteen minutes and it was totally fine that's kind of looked at as lazy now and it's not that way in all cultures you know in japan they're still okay with naps the facilitate thing and in spanish speaking countries and the way that we know that taking a mid afternoon nap is good is that places like china when the industrialization forbade they forbade the nap and the productivity didn't go up so there's there's this they call asleep wake window it opens up in the afternoon in your is a harmonica gate in your circadian rhythm and it just opens up and and so if you can find i don't know a secret room in your office where you can shut and lock the door set your phone alarm arm for like fifteen twenty minutes and i promise you you will feel we're fry even if you totally fall asleep phil refresh you can have a cup of coffee after and then you'll you should be one hundred percent and have you seen these places heidi at the airport now or in american airports where you can like basically go in and take a nap and you see dini's pods right you're the little pods and they're trying to create that cool stays where you can be prone and it's dark and you're by yourself they're like in fifteen minute increments which is really kinda all you need is not amazing i mean you could just do fifteen minutes and you can feel much better doctor dingy said he said quote being awake is like carrying a big on your back the longer you're awake the more bricks you ed he says and when you take a nap you remove some of those bricks and by the way dr dingies that's the professor you talked to the university of pennsylvania's perlman school of medicine his book is sleep alertness frano biological behavioral and medical aspects of napping so he wrote a whole book on the son he wrote a exactly sitting at a bookstore near you yeah i'm sure i think if bite on amazon us i think it may be out of print but he's written other books as well mosses papers but he's so into this subject and.

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"phil refresh" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"phil refresh" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"How many people i've actually come into my office is said before i got married my weight was okay and then i got married and my weight went up something happens i think we get comfortable as we're married and we don't pay attention to the body like we used to so those are areas that you need to watch and stress reduce stress in your life now that's easier to say than it is to do but here's a little technique on how to get rid of stress and i use this quite a bit it's called take a walk and what you do is you don't go out walking looking down at the ground thinking about things thinking about what you're stressed out about which most people do when you go for a walk you look at things there's a thing called anchor points when we're stressed out our anchor points are focused right in front of us in very close we're kind of concentrated on whatever it is we're stressed out about our were focused on or were working on so what you do when you go out walking you're gonna walk twenty thirty minutes or so and you're going to look at things you're gonna look at treetops you're gonna look at clouds you're going to look at chimney tops you look out here throwing those anchor points what are called anchor points way out you look as far ahead as you can and you just keep looking at things as you're walking now some people have given this to him they said well i got really tired i felt like i hit a brick wall and i turned around went home don't do that that means that you're running into exhaustion so what you do is you just put one foot in front of the other keep walking and you will actually walk through that exhaustion and then in a very short time your energy will start to go up and you just walk through exhaustion but that's a little technique on how to reduce your stress like when i get time in my office i'll go walk around the building and just start looking at things that come back in phil refresh doesn't take a long time to do it but it helps to break up that stress in your life and it's called take a walk not take a hike all right i hear that music coming on how we.

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"phil refresh" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"phil refresh" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Cool place 'cause you sleep best when it's like in the '60s um you know ideal you wanna be you wanna be prone because when you're laying down on your body can the all those muscles kimba laughing your head has not going to fall over wake you up and you wanna be in a dark a set you know no one's watching you see feel safe so a glassy office is not a great place it used to be that uh making a mad men or whatever and you know you could just closed door or laid on your couch take a fifteen minute napa know just they don't entropy for fifteen minutes it's totally fine that's kind of looked upon as lazy now and if not that way in all cultures you know in japan they're still okay with naps the cfp the a big thing in in uh banish speaking countries uh and the way that we know that taking a mid afternoon nap is good on is that places like um china when the industrialization forbade um be forbade the nap and the productivity didn't go up to those there's this they call asleep week window that opens up in the afternoon in your is a harmonic you teach in you your circadian rhythm and it just opens up and and so you can find uh i don't know a secret room in your office where you can shut lock the door set your bone alarm for like fifteen twenty minutes and i i promise you you will feel were fratto even if you don't totally falsely the phil refresh you can have a cup of coffee after um and then you'll you should be 100 percent places four mailroom american airports where you can like basically go in and take an app have you seen wants ice femi five day near the little pods in they're trying to create the cools space where you can be prone and it's dark and your by yourself on your they're like in fifteen minute anchorman which is really kind of all you need not amazing i mean you could just do fifteen minutes and you can feel much better he said quote being away is like carrying a big on your back a longer euro wake the more brick she wed he says and when you take a nap you.

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"phil refresh" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"phil refresh" Discussed on WLOB

"An effort to notify all the victims and that's what we consider the entities that were attacked as part of this massive spearfishing campaign and so we notified them in an effort to disrupt what might be ongoing then there was a series of continuing interactions with entities through the the rest of fifteen into sixteen and then throughout sixteen the administration was trying to decide how to respond to the intrusion activity that it saw and the fbi in this case unlike other cases that you might investigate did you ever have access to the actual hardware that was hacked or did you have to rely on a third purdy to provide you the data that they had collected in the case of the dnc and i believe the triple see but i'm sure the dnc we did not have access to the devices themselves we got a relevant forensic information from a private party a high class entity that had done the work but we didn't get direct access but no oh content correct isn't content and important part of the forensics uh from counterintelligence standpoint it is although what was briefed to me by my folks that people were my folks at the time is that they had got me information from the private party that they needed to understand the intrusion by the spring of two thousand sixteen now you go so no you didn't actually see the servers themselves you didn't even see the forensic evidence yourself you relied on crowd strike zubaydah who crowd strike has by now lead on goal phil refresh your memory crowd strike is a democrat hack outfit and i don't mean that by hacking they just a bunch of immigrant heck's their bunch of google folks most of them or x google folks and they are neck deep in democrat politics and have given tons of money to hillary clinton that's this high class third party source of they're getting their information from a bunch of partisan demo democrat heck's furthermore the ceo is a russian guy former russian guy who hates ladimir putin has gotta bone depict with him they've got the bad blood between them so the fbi has never seen the service as i've been telling you for months they've never seen the forensic evidence as i tell told you for months they have relied on crowd.

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