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"pinson" Discussed on TED Talks Daily

TED Talks Daily

07:30 min | 5 months ago

"pinson" Discussed on TED Talks Daily

"And from there, we carry on until reaching our final goal. To get French financial institutions, not only the banks, but also the insurers investors act amundi. To exit from the core sector entirely, not just saying no to projects, but to also to companies with existing cooperations. These goals seem completely impossible a few years ago. And yet it's currently happening. Today, 6 trillions of dollars of assets managed by French financial institutions are covered by a call exit policy. It helps if we think from the position of the person we try to convince. It will make my life a lot easier. If my job was to convince every banker of the moral necessity to stop financing for fuels. But that's not my job. My job is to make sure that stop no matter the reasons. As campaigners, our first responsibility is to think who needs to be convinced what kind of arguments are likely to listen to the most. Bankers insurers, these people don't live in a bubble. They have seen the fires and the floods of the past months. And as many of us most of them are getting worried for themselves and for their kids. But the role is driven by digits, ruled by a system that demands profits. So when I meet with the head of investment of a big financial institution, I don't bang on the table and say how planet is on fire, which it is. I say, if you think about your long-term risk profile, the project that your client is developing might be forced to close down because of a new climate regulation or because of a green alternative has become cheaper. Not only you might not prove it from it. But you might actually lose money. Bankers and financial institutions are slowly realizing that these climate issue is something they need to care about. If they don't deal with it, climate change will deal with them. Yet, even the argument of the final financial risk doesn't always hit the mark. But there is one argument which is strong girls and any other. So reputational risk. Financial institutions spend millions and millions to appear as green as possible. And they would not want that good PR money to go to waste. A good reputation, take care to build, but it can be lost in a week. And we can use that to horror advantage. If you don't do the right thing and have your dirty financing revealed, you might lose clients. Prevent employees, new talents, where will your next generation of employees come from if people feel embarrassed to come work for you? Once I wrote a report about a big French banks hypocrisy on climate. This bank has stopped financing coal mines and claimed it was for climate reasons. But the same bank was actively supporting the building of new coal plants, but a hypocritical stand right. So I wrote the report, but I didn't publish it straight away. Instead, I send it to the bank. And gave them two options. Either I could throw the report away, or I could send it to the press, depending on the bank's decision to meet my demands after a specific deadline. And stop financing coal plants on top of new coal mines. It's not a ransom, not a trap, just a friendly nudge. I'm whole here to help, as long as the bank is ready to consider my demands and give it a try. We help by providing information. And data. Sometimes better on private data providers. And we are not just here to mourn and criticize when things are headed in the right direction. We are all supportive. And when finally, your financial institutions publicly commit to withdraw from a polluting sector, we celebrate. In less than ten years, 25 global financial institutions are facing out whole financing for good. In 2017, aksa was the first interest to stop ensuring new core projects and stop investing in companies that developed new core plans. In 2019, credit agriculture became the first global bank to adopt a comprehensive coal exit policy. Step by step, we are climbing this unscalable mountain. And it's working. Today, cold companies are struggling to secure the financing and the coverage needed for the operations. Today, the small group of people has become a much bigger crowd. And these people are taking on European American and Asian financial institutions. It's no longer only about coal, but also about oil and gas. To the carbonized finance to serve the climate issues is not just about voting with your wallet. And moving your money to an ethical bank. It's about joining these people and marching through the front doors of big banks and insurers to demand the impossible. Thank you. Hey, listeners, I have really exciting news. We are launching ted-talks daily premium exclusively for Ted members. That means you get to listen to ted-talks daily ad free all while supporting our show. Ted members help us make big ideas accessible to everyone. And as a member, you get access to exciting perks like live events with Ted speakers, and now your own private ted-talks daily premium feed. Here's how you get access. Go to Ted dot com slash TTD premium and sign up for Ted membership. Once you're a member, go to the podcast tab on the member dashboard to add the feed to your podcasting app of choice. All right, we appreciate your support. Ted-talks daily is hosted by me, Elise Hugh, and produced by Ted. Theme music is from Allison Leighton Brown in our mixer is Christopher fazy bogan. We record the talks at Ted events we host or from TEDx events, which are organized independently by volunteers all over the world. And we'd love to hear from you. Leave us a review on Apple podcasts or email us at podcasts at Ted dot com. PRX..

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"pinson" Discussed on TED Talks Daily

TED Talks Daily

07:02 min | 5 months ago

"pinson" Discussed on TED Talks Daily

"It's TED Talks daily. I'm your host, Elise Hugh. Financial institutions like banks have outsized power in the fight against climate change. They finance fossil fuel industries after all. In her talk from the 2021 countdown summit, financial responsibility campaigner Lucy pinson makes a convincing case for why financiers should stop backing polluters and polluting as soon as possible. Hey, I'm doctor Jen gunter, host of a podcast from Ted, called body stuff. We're back with new episodes, tackling more of the stickiest medical myths, like whether you can boost your metabolism. And if you should try to optimize your sleep and we're exploring some of our body's most fascinating mysteries, like how your sense of smell works and why we develop food allergies. Check out body stuff with doctor Jen gunter, wherever you listen. Support for ted-talks daily comes from Nissan, the future will be great, but today is just as incredible. Meet Nissan's most advanced lineup. If you can't get enough adrenaline, there's the all new 400 HP Nissan Z or for your off road adventures, check out the all terrain Nissan frontier. If you're more of a spontaneous road trip type person, hop in the Nissan pathfinder. And for something more electric, there's the stylish Nissan ariya. So let's enjoy the ride. 2023 Arya and Z not yet available for purchase expected availability, this spring for 2023 Z, and this fall for 2023 Arya. Support for ted-talks daily comes from progressive. Are you thinking more about how to tighten up your budget these days? Drivers who save by switching to progressive save over $700 on average and customers can qualify for an average of 6 discounts when they sign up. A little off your rate each month goes a long way, get a quote today that progressive dot com. Progressive casualty insurance company and affiliates. National annual average insurance savings by new customers surveyed who saved with progressive between June 2020 and May 2021, potential savings will vary discounts vary and are not available in all states and situations. When we think about climate change and pollution, we usually think about also worlds, fossil gas platforms in the Arctic, or black smoke rising above core plans. We never think about banks insurers and investors. But we should. Because money is a driving force beyond fossil extraction and environmental destruction. The most polluting sector on the planet is not for fuels. It's finance. Sure. You've heard things are increasingly putting money into green projects. And yes, they are financing green projects. But they are doing it on top of new polluting oil, coal, and gas projects. I have been looking at the masks for a decade. And still a green droplet in the ocean of pollution. I started to campaign to protect the environment and human rights. When I was at university, and I can not count how many times I heard finance the thinning me, sorry, we need coal. Sometimes they said we can make it clean. Mostly I've heard it's impossible. There is nothing we can do. Rather than be discouraged, that gave me the strength to prove them wrong. But how does someone like me with a small group of partners take on the big bangs and insurers? Well, we stopped by making smart demands. Then we incentivize action. And finally, we are the spoonful of blackmail that I like to think of as a friendly nurse. When we say to serve the issues of the world, we might want too much at once. The end of poverty, a peaceful world, a healthy planet, but how do you climb an scalable mountain one step after another? The most important thing is to identify the smart demand smart as in. Something that is specific, measurable, achievable, relevant, and time bound. Some things that you can realistically achieve based on the resources you have, your target and the balance of power between you and your target. You don't want something that requires more than 12 to 18 months to achieve, because you will lose momentum. Victory says, defeat does not. However, you don't want your objective to be too easy either. Because if it's too easy, it's not likely to change anything in the way the system works. And we want to see them to change. So you want your objective to be disruptive and transformative to bring your clother to your final goal. For the past ten years, my goal has always been the end of all financing of old fashioned fuels. But back in 2013, even the IDs that banks could automatically reject her whole sector of the economy appeared as crazy and was not open for discussion. So at that time, a smart objective was to convince one bank to withdraw from one project. And it didn't take me long to come across one of the most insane projects. A huge coal mines that could open the way to 8 other core projects and destroy the Great Barrier Reef, a UNESCO site. This was alpha coal mine in Australia, supported by French bank society general. Our first math objective was to get this bank out of this project. And we succeeded after a year of relentless campaigning. Today. Today is the core of the alpha coal mine is still in the ground. And from there, we moved on to our second objective. To get French banks to commit not to finance any of the projects located in the same base in the alpha coal mine. We succeeded, moved on to our third objective. To get French banks to commit not to finance any new coal mines, any new coal plants worldwide. We did one bank two bank three banks full banks until we convinced all French banks. The fourth biggest banking sector worldwide to reject all project financing.

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"pinson" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

02:37 min | 1 year ago

"pinson" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Pinson is tracking the storm. The further south you are the more problems you'll have so right at the coast in Galveston, right along the Boulevard Peninsula and then up as far inland as let's say, League City. That's where you're going to be seeing the most significant rain, and that's where you have the potential to see that foot of rain. CBS is Janet Shamlian is in Galveston. Nicholas could dump as much as two FT of rain even as recovery from category for IDA is just getting underway. Officials in Houston are worried the storm could flood streets and homes overnight in California President Biden warned recall voters that are Republican replacement for governor Gavin Newsom would be like electing another Donald Trump will be protecting California from Trump Republicans trying to block us from beating this pandemic. Covid 19. Gavin Newsom has had the courage delayed stand up for size. Biden surveyed fire damage earlier in the day, blaming climate change for more frequent and ferocious wildfires. An international group of scientists argues the average person doesn't need a covid booster shot yet. But CBS medical contributor Dr David Agus says there are still benefits. It certainly makes sense in my mind to go forward the booster shot to boost immunity. And to prevent spread of Covid 19 individuals fighters booster shot could be approved for use as early as next week. Authorities are bracing for violence at rallies in Washington this weekend. Supporting those charts in the January 6th insurrection. CBS Gaze reports at least one person already been arrested. With Capitol Hill already on edge ahead of a potentially dangerous political rally this weekend. A California man was arrested this morning after police found a bayonet and several knives in his pickup truck. Barton your Democratic National Committee headquarters were a pipe bomb was found on January 6th. The truck had several swastika markings on it. Nearly 600 people face charges for their involvement in the capital riots Earlier this year. The so called father of music festivals, George Wean, has died Rolling Stone editor Anthony DeCurtis by creating the Newport Jazz Festival and the Newport Folk Festival. George Wean took these, You know, relatively niche musical forms and made them big as their audience could become. Wind died peacefully in his sleep in New York City. He was 95. This is CBS News. Brought to you by progressive insurance drivers who saved with progressive save over $700 on average,.

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"pinson" Discussed on Doughboys

Doughboys

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"pinson" Discussed on Doughboys

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"pinson" Discussed on Doughboys

Doughboys

06:06 min | 1 year ago

"pinson" Discussed on Doughboys

"Tape didn't say it you can eat these things you can eat. anything either. Concept of insurance dunk is food. Dacas is food. Duck is food so mersal no one who can. Dave has not guest officially. No i was joking. It's a joke. That's what i suppose that So i have not made my official guests as i- rolodex through every duck. I've ever seen flying past. Huey dewey and landing on that famous brand represented by duck. That involves food. I'm going with crazy. Charlie's duck butter in. It is not a crazy. Charlie's it eight da amazingly not crazy. Charlie's duck butter not answer mercer. Do you want to take a stab at it. Wow no say no crazy. Charlie's hamburgers seasoning. It's not even crazy. Charlie's product charlie's hamburger seasoning amazingly. You going to be kidding me. Floyd deduc duck is the mascot for bubble yum bubble gum. I did not know this going in W has a duck mascot. I don't know why crazy. Charlie would have hired floyd deduct when he already had another job. Gum yeah that was weird and dump sorry regretted no. I liked it. i loved it. Hot was better than that last question. Mitch you win slop quiz despite not getting points for sunny or for spuds mackenzie. So how about that. Yeah it's it's a trash game you know what the real winners are our guests because they're fun and we like to have them and also they're not really winners because they've been with us for the last two hours. Sorry you have a family to attend to. There's a baby on camera. we're very sorry you're working parents. I hey we That was slop quiz. Just like a restaurant all your feedback. Let's open up the feed bag. And hey we have voicemail. Let's take a listen wow My name's schafer. I live in los angeles Jay long longtime fan of you guys. and my question to you is. What is some of your favorite i- combination labor experience now. Oh weird so for example. What i mean is one of my favorites. Is you take a by Of christie salty banking followed by a bite of soft buttery delicious serb pancakes and that nomination of those two things flavors and textures together is just amazing to me so i wanted to know what some of your rents in that category are. I love you guys so much. Thank you for the show. Shout adam and dan raced is kind of cut off dan. Well that dan is really here. That is over the moon. Safer sounds like the dude. He's owns like a very cool guy. I like i like say for to. I like to think about him on a sunday morning. Just biting into his favorite flavor combo and smiling and in the mirror. yeah. I like an ipad. A great question. I mike tr. I'm racking my brain to think of like. I know that i do this. I know that idea. I have an answer and and bacon. Maybe think of it It's it's the it's kind of one two punch in either order of like a nice deli dill pickle and like a meal t. That's i i feel like like. I don't wanna put the the pickle on the b-be lt but i'll take a by each of them in order and all the time in my life. That is such a good answer. I love cloudless dill pickle so finding out with a sandwich she just. It's the best. But i would say like it's hard to have burgers without salty fries and I guess it's kind of a three way combo. But like the classic combo a cheeseburger with a french fry different catch up and then a slurp of a cold soda but like those three things together so well. It's like if you just have if you're missing any of those three elements. I feel like you're having a less good time My mouth water now. Yeah the guy. That's so great. Just having mr sly she got an answer. No i know. I have one two in in. It's really it really. it really is bothering me. Because i know that i'll even do like a bite of eggs and then like have a bacon approve on top there and then like bite my toast afterwards like it feels very breakfast. See thing i feel like breakfast is always a good mix like i like a steak and cheese and then i'll sometimes my sister always got pickles on it but i would like to bite a pickle and then bite my steak and cheese sub and have like saltiness that was that was always on the flavors would mix a little bit. I know that there's more. I know. I i and i can't think of anything else but maybe you know what maybe some. I bet you this all the time with thanksgiving of like having a bite a mashed potatoes and then having a bite of turkey afterwards with gravy. Sure but i can't. I can't think of specifics. And i know that there are so many of them and i just. It's like something i've thought of all the time but have never like have jot jotted down mentally. What they are. You know what. I mean but i'll know it when it's in front of me. Is there anything you like to eat. When you're eating piss deepali..

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"pinson" Discussed on Doughboys

Doughboys

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"pinson" Discussed on Doughboys

"To doboy your guests david near mercer pinson and hey it's time for a segment it's time for a segment and also it's time for a baby who has entered the frame cute little baby and perhaps occasionally emoting making a little bit of noise. You hear a baby. Don't be concerned don't learned. It's why it's baby. Weiji always baby. Leggy always gets a little fussy towards the end of an episode. Still looking at dixie dynamite. He needs his belt. Should i hope you thirsty. Baby y you don't trust that milkman. Gonna come out so fast. It's like okay. Take all glass. I can't believe you go full blast. That's like yeah it works well i. It's the only way i can feel anything. What was the what was the. Snl sketchy said earlier. The was a oh so cal. Spell it yeah. That's pretty funny. When dave brought up a debbie downer. I thought of. I thought lorne trying to think between debbie downer and so cal spelling bee and i have. Thanks so cal. Spelling bee will play nicely at twelve. Thirty seven.

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"pinson" Discussed on Doughboys

Doughboys

05:21 min | 1 year ago

"pinson" Discussed on Doughboys

"And they were good. No there was vain insight. These were these were vein lists. Wow there were no order vein list. They come on the app. It's basically like my body. You can't see vein on my body. Basically it was the same thing a muscle. Guy ron perlman. You see all the veins every one of his veins. Yeah me you can't see a single one. Glad they have to use the main vein dane. Which as we've already stated it's tough to. It's hard to find the regular main. Bring the microscope but the wings were good. My mom and sister and agree they. My mom's sister nihal agreed they were pretty good wings Yeah i think better than domino's honestly they're cheap cheap wings. This gets to another point about little caesars. I got a shit load of food and it was like under seventy bucks like one hundred percent. Well i didn't get that much food. But i will say that like i got two pizzas dessert which i haven't talked about An-and appetizer and a bunch of sides. And yeah it's it's it's and that's like your and that's kind of like going for it at a little. What all of us did is we. We're like we're like let's go fort. let's try. let's try a few different things. If you're just trying to feed your family on a budget you can get out of there for under twenty bucks. Easy yes sir. That's my memory of little caesars. Growing up like that was like the working. Man's pizza like pizza. hut pizza. hut are like fourteen dollars for a pizza like data. Never be able to afford that. And i was kind of right and at the But the pizza pizza. It was two pizzas. Came like on a piece of cardboard with like paper over it. Remember that right. You'd like tear into it and there's always two pieces to pizzas the old double box. Yeah and i feel like it was so cheap. I i can't even remember five ten dollars. Five dollars per pizza maybe I remember yeah. I remember ten dollars for to the you know the hot and ready. They introduced in recent years semi recent years. And that's just let's five bucks for a whole pizza. That's just ready to go. I mean it's it's like it's it's it's an incredible value and also say this for pick up on the app. They have the pizza portal now at some locations. And that's a nice little glimpse of the future. You walk right in there you scan. Qr code on your phone from your order and then a little like amazon locker with pizza in it opens up and you just take your order out and you're and you're outta there. It's pretty nasty. That's kind of like what my locker was like in high school. Wish the desert. Did you guys. Did you get dessert. Sorry i mean. I got dessert as well. Yeah yeah y'all got it. Let's talk about it. Well i got the cookie dough brownie with the m.'s. Mini chocolate candies. What did you guys get. Same thing and i think we we saw it. I don't know if we knew what it was before we get into it. So i think that attitude confusion at first i. It looks like it is a product that they have a trader joe's which is very good. It's called a rookie. And it's a brown with a cookie on top in slices bars And it's phenomenal. It's so good. And so i saw this. I saw brown on the bottom cooking on top. I was expecting someone or something similar to that. And let's just say it was. It was it was not that. Yes not super exciting. Talk about liquid like top. That top liquid i was. I wasn't expecting to different textures. To highlight we thought it would be like a baked item on top of it is like a smear. It's almost like a peanut butter texture. Cookie dough with with many eminem smashed into it Yeah it's described as a cookie dough frosting. Oh okay didn't know that so that yeah that's definitely is more descriptive it. Yeah it doesn't. It doesn't indicate that in only says that in the description. If you click through and i will say for to something to your to your point dave for something that is so like melty and liquid it but it's also room attemp so it just kind of like melted candy bar. It was kind of an unpleasant texture. And and i. I just i if this was if this was warmed up the reason to get a deserted at a pizza places that you get a nice and toasty in that pizza oven and this is another thing. Yeah exactly yeah. This is another thing that just came room tampa so it was just like. I'd not worth the calories. I don't know what did you think your dessert mitch. I thought actually was like taste. When i was so when i ordered it i thought it was something that they baked like. I thought it was and it comes in packages. yes and so before i left. I had a hunch like i which by the way within the last two hours of this place closing on labor day ordering all this this shitload of pizza. I gave her i gave i. I gave her. I gave them tips. Why executive generously. 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"pinson" Discussed on Doughboys

Doughboys

07:01 min | 1 year ago

"pinson" Discussed on Doughboys

"Pick than thumbnail works both ways scenario. We got the deep dish too. And my my gripe is. I can't believe that. I have to say this but it wasn't salty enough. Oh my god. The does me was so bland. And there's so much of the dough like it's mostly though as deep dish detroit. Salvation is and to me. It was just lacking in flavor. And it just made like for like a almost like a little undercooked. It was a little kind of like squishy. And you know you're making pizzas. You have to add salt to to give it that. Good yummy flavor. Really like lacking matt slant soggy soggy center soggy center and bland. And yeah the cheese had no flavor will and also like as you were saying earlier when you keep all those veggies on there. I mean because those veggies aren't necessarily see. I mean that'd places like this. They're not going to be season just kind of like you know that. That's just adding to the blandness. Yeah and that might have been the moisture that i was sensing the dough why i need to do a joke. Fact check is kilo. Bigger was that did not work as kilo. You're no those. Are those smaller tiny. I did i did. I did dwell. And also. I want to say that you say well by kilo by fuck off the i think the it's like if you look back at that. All of the computer on the on the space shuttle or like no the computer on the like the apollo mission that got to to the moon was like it was like it had like sixteen k of ram or something it was like such as it was like a like an amazingly limited computer that power of like a graphing calculator. Mynatt fucking got them to the moon. It was it was just a picture of neil armstrong's wife right so that he could wife so he should jack off and then he let us look at it and they were all okay with it. Neal's live with it. There's a bit of a. Yeah there's a bit of cooking situation. They're bringing sorta way astronauts code nasa. No i. I had an issue where i had too much salt. Tony the cows. So i should. I should say that my my cows only had pepperoni on it and we talked about a little bit. But there's also like diced up pepperoni in the zone like it's like. It's not just like pepperoni rounds. There's diced up meet pepperoni in tiny kinda like kinda like cubes and it was fucking salty. That thing was that thing was really a mess. You know what it was funky and not the good way why it was it was. It was the bad version of funding. Not monday it was. It was funky. One of those funke's but but my but my i will say my deep dish was well done and i got the stuff crust deep dish and that was actually. They did a good job with it. I think the center of it was a little bit more like soggy. Like what you like saying a little bit more funky but for the most part it was it was still pretty good and i think that they actually do. They actually did a good job for stuff. Krispies. because actually don't think stuff presidents ever really that great but i also got a pepperoni and cheese stuff crust pizza. So that is one of the. It's one of the Pizzas just a regular extra bestest. Pepperoni pizza within the crust is stuffed with pepperoni and cheese. And that was actually pretty good too. That was probably the second best pizza but my bite of the night was the one that i knew that would it would be was. Yeah the deep dish pepperoni. I got specifically for my mom and sister and then the onion sausage was hitting all right to but because it was the stuff crossed. It was just like not as good of a cook. Like the cook wasn't as good. But it sounds like you guys got a bad cook on that one. yeah well. it was a bad cook. But i don't know. I it might have been the order. You eat a meal especially when you start off with with a bite of crazy sauce which is so good. I i really like the bread dipped in sauce. Yes so my first bite was like really zesty. Really flavorful love that sauce and then the second one was the deep dish and it was like it tasted like air comes less version because they're all like dough and cheese and sauce. But this was just like a the alaskan version of that. You know you did that. In the sauce the sauce could save most all items on the little caesars menu. You just like dip it enough that my neck. What you said the little parmesan little crusty balls. That gets to me. All the flavor is and that like the crazy bread tastes like nothing except it's coated in those little dusty balls yet. I want to put on everything. They do have shakers of something you can buy there. And i couldn't tell quite what it was. I didn't i didn't see it on the app store. They had some shakers behind the counter. That i hadn't noticed before so you can buy like their italian seasoning. Maybe you can buy their parmesan crumbles and whatever else they got their. I'll say this speaking of dips beyond the crazy sauce. I think caesar has some s tiered dips. I think they've got some really really good dips. They've got to buffalo ranch. They've got a conventional ranch of butter garlic and cheesy jalapeno I got all four. I regularly will get the you know. They're buttery garlic. Because i think it's pretty good and they're cheesy jalapeno however there. Buffalo ranch is a revelation that really really like. Yeah gimme ranch with just a little bit of heat and a little bit of that that that buffalo tinge i thought that was great and that woke up so much of the so much of the blander aspects of this meal i i really enjoyed the dipping sauces wise. I got all four of them to the ranch. Tim's easy jalapeno dip buffalo ranch dip in the buttery garlic. I like all of them too. I think that the buttery garlic dip is salty. It is very salty. Yeah but but they're but they're all they're all pretty good and then i. I got to two two orders of the crazy sauce because it came up again. That's cold but the buttery drip. Sometimes you'll get that from papa. John's and it'll be solid. The buttery dip was was nice in the. What's the word i'm viscous. It had a nice liquid liquid the the by the butter garlic saucers liquidity. That was so that was gay. But oh yeah. I think the. I think all the dipping sauce. And you know what it's fun to dip. You're crazy brandon the crazy saas. But then i'll see dip it in. Yeah like you're saying dip it in the the garlic sauce. The ranch sauce. I was having fun but wives. Speaking of oops all veins. I also got some caesar wings buffalo style..

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"pinson" Discussed on Doughboys

Doughboys

03:09 min | 1 year ago

"pinson" Discussed on Doughboys

"Waco's awesome groovy mondo regis and funky mondo. That's wrong. there's no there's no radical but there is a mondo and there is a funky. Wow that's pretty cola snub. There should be kong's in the funky one. This predated that this predated the birth of funky kong. Wow that's why maybe not not not in a time line but light and ennui terms of yeah but in terms of when it was released yeah funky kong and not was not yet. I know that the super mario world came out before donkey kong country. Look we don't have to get the. We're not going to get into this fight in front of morrison dave but of course that despite too many times you. You're trying to tell me. Oh you're trying to tell me that donkey. Kong country came out after super. Mario no shit. You fucking asshole. Who do you think i am. What do you think this is. You said there should be a kong at the end of funky. And why there wasn't it's funky com- if you call that level funky kong when this game. Release the super nintendo. I shouldn't he said he should make an appearance. He should be in there. Some people would be like what's that what's he doing there that's fun. It's a little tease. What donkey kong country is gonna show you in the future. They did not anticipate what rare was going to do. And they were handed the reins the donkey kong french franchise and came up with donkey kong country and integrated on it and added the character. Funky kong they did not anticipate that that was shit. All right. let's look. Let's just let's talk a food. Let's get this over with so you're dying okay. Yeah we're fine. You were talking pepperoni earlier and that ties in with one offering they have right now at little caesars. And i'm curious of the two of you got this. Because i did their plan to rony. Which is the field roast plant based pepperoni that. They had that they are offering right now. As a limited time maybe ultimately a permanent menu item. What did you think did you did you get the plan to roni. And what did you think everything we come and of everything. I believe how i saw. I saw a picture. And i believe this to be true including deliver it because we had to have it. Delivered including delivery fees taxes service charge tip. I think it was eighty. Eighty dollars wild. Little caesars seventy eight dollars. My gosh. it's snuck up on me a little bit. But i did it for the love. The fallout So i don't want to start on a negative foot that's just not a good look But you're asking me about those pepperonis. Yes and i gotta say. I stepped in dog shit earlier this week. And now i've eaten dog shit all my god. The pepperonis are like human first of all. I thought it was shit. That's something hoping isn't true. But god it had a squish. It's possible yeah. Yeah they were g. r. o. s. Mitch right don't say you know.

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"pinson" Discussed on Doughboys

Doughboys

07:28 min | 1 year ago

"pinson" Discussed on Doughboys

"Welcome back to dope boys. We're here with our guest. David near mercer pinson discussing this week's chain little caesars. Found wise detroit michigan the third largest pizza chain in the us over fifty four hundred locations worldwide. Mitch we are going to get to what you wanna talk about. Which is oh. it's my journ. Well first of all you cut me off before. I got to make a joke about the baby body swapping with me and thinking that there wasn't too much of a difference. It's good we have to go to break. We're already fifteen minutes over. And then i know we were over. I know i know we were over. But then the more important thing that i wanna talk about. Yeah is dave's name here on weei as we haven't talked about dave the wave on stream yard. He has given himself the name. Dave the wave which is very cool. Very alpha yeah. It was a monitor. I gave myself elementary school. Why is it rhymed. And at the time like words. Like i grew up in oklahoma but words like tubular and radical. You know it was the type of thing. I remember like craft time i would like write the words radical and cool and tubular like on like like a squirt bottle that we are all decorating. You know so. I was kind of like an ocean. Themed wanted that to be kind of a me. So dave the wave and now you're sunny so cal so it worked out. Yeah i mean. It's no coincidence that dave the wave moved out here every once every three years actually got here from oklahoma the via no nothing stupid like that. Mitch i smelled. I smelled the seawater like it was a tasty food and a cartoon and i floated here. I'm not saying that. i'm sorry. I'm sorry that i so don't say stupid. Shit dave the wave. And also i think you should check out star the star world and super mario world. Because there's a lot of apples their tubular. There they've yeah tubular famously difficult level. Yeah to blurs tough one. Yeah what are the other ones fantastic. I think there is a radical. You know what. I'll look up the super mario world world map. But we're doing. This sounds right up my alley guys. Thank you as how but what we're doing. Well i'm doing that. I and dave. I'm curious about oklahoma particular but both of you. What are your pizza preferences. What are you like on some saw. Yes well oklahomans. Dip their pizza in ranch and i'm no different. I do that far less than i used to. But that was that was a very common occurrence. We're talking. We talk in crust or front tip. The from tip to tail ran out wound on every but it was. It was shown to me probably around the time. I became dave the wave and i kept at it until adulthood now. I don't do it anymore. it's just kind of. I moved here and i noticed. No one else was doing it. So i said i've got to grow up. I've got stop eating. Chicken veins and i got dipping my peers in ranch so that that was my like dip of choice babe were give us a little piece of history while as somebody who's never been a big meathead pizzas like you know. I was really picky eater growing up. So i've eaten cheese pizza probably ninety percent of my diet from From birth now remember mentioning because we did the costco pizza episode. That right on. I don't think any pizzas improved by toppings. I've except cheese. I think she's the only topping that belongs on a pizza. I'll have a mushroom just to kinda mix it up. Maybe mushroom i maybe all something that doesn't put off a lot of water but my big gripe about like these supreme pizzas or these veggie pizzas. Is that it. It's like pouring a bucket of water on your dams. Aw and you'll be real issue that browning of cheese which is what makes it so yummy in the first place. No it's it's a fair point i. I'm not sure if we'll go all the way with you on that that. No pizzas improved by toppings. But i think you might have. I think there is a case for cheese. Pizza is the best pizza like cheese. Pizza is just so satisfied awesome. I'll take that walk. That's your baseline as well as your pizza place. Much easier guy. Yeah and. I don't know of any pizza is improved with toppings. I think that. I think that's the that is the baseline for me and i usually think it is the best version of it and you went to a party and just she's pizza. Would you be disappointed. Or what is that like. Oh that's great. I guess maybe sausage or whatever. I'll be perfectly fine. If it was just cheese pizza. I would not care i would be. I'd be happy. I beaten beaten a bunch of slices of it and also then there wouldn't be like a thing of. Oh now this one's gone and people that didn't get the one they want. Then this one is here and the and there's too much of that one you got just old cheese. Which look what i've heard but i'm i'm gonna mend what i said because i think that there's that maybe what i said is a distinction. Without a difference. You're right if i'm staying cheese pizza. I agree with you. The cheese pizzas. Maybe the best pizza and you're saying that no pizzas improve with toppings. That's fundamentally the same thing and i. I'm not gonna forget my lukewarm take. I'm gonna. I'm gonna say agree with you. Know pizza is improved with toppings huge. Where's handled in club. Because i totally agree with you guys. Wow wow people are going to be so mad and really gonna be worked up by this and maybe for meat eater. Maybe i know people really like those curly pepperonis. Those rone's that kind of like curl up make no bowl agrees and yeah say say you're thinking about mad the best version of pizza and you know what we've been jamming on lately which is akin to little caesars. Because i think this is their thing. Detroit style pizza. There's a place around town pizza and they have just these big honking detroit style. Pizza slices and the corners are crossed is just so dripping in this like delicious buttery grease that like you know i mean it is kind of its own thing. It's like it's not like a big floppy slice boy. It's good available. We're talking about today. Say you're saying that you feel old. And then i hear lit on. You're still using the lingo. I mean i guess the party was too loud for you. We've been saying that things slap like the life. The new apple crisp makihata the seasonal drink from starbucks to me better than the pumpkin spice latte. And i'd say it. Totally slaps slaps you guys have to us. Using the word slaps is how slaps.

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"pinson" Discussed on Doughboys

Doughboys

07:35 min | 1 year ago

"pinson" Discussed on Doughboys

"Know everyone thinks. I'm like a norman bates. Now that i've been home. I'm not gonna fuck in time to and chair. Not peter and become a norman bates and where her here where bring your on stress. Norman bates my mom is is what i'm saying. There it is. Why is a little drop. I don't think i could fit into my mom stressed. I'm looking fucking busty today. By the way on boy. Id you don't need a notice that got fucking to cantaloupes in the former my t-shirt fucking me. It looks like you have nicely developed packs. Now you look you look very muscular. d- sell yourself short. don't be don't be ashamed of your body. You look great lactating over here. I'd i don't look good wags i've been eating. I haven't been eating well since since. I've been since the since honestly since july the fourth of july weekend set it off. Just set me on a downward spiral anyway. I'll say i have mitch similar issue. I i've been. I've started weighing myself daily. Because apparently that's the way to get over scaling. Just wait yourself every day. You make your part of your routine yesterday. Not just my quarantine heaviest. My all time heaviest. All-time heavy is used then. I don't believe this is our guest. Remember nick at uc be are chunky. Motherfucker i was chunky but i also have as possible. I have more muscle mass to. I think that's a combo i think. I've got more muscle mass and body fat. So it's just you know. I've got more bulkin than a layer pudding over it but i'm yeah i've gotten pretty chunky presley. You got like thirty pounds between the legs. Ready here we go. Let's james our guests. Hey hold on. I read the drop email. Hedo boys big fan of the show. Here's a drop to reassure everyone. That mitch definitely will not be norman. Bates his mum while he's at home love from canada where they say to pete's as spoon slash slice nation. Alex at chipped chipped. Hip chipped hip on twitter. Chat hip chipped hip at chipped. Hip at chip. Hair chest hair chest. I don. I got that wrong but now that we've said now we've said hair chest again. We might as well bring in. Our guests are returning to the show two of our favorites actors writers. Comedians friends of the pod. David near mercer pinson her back. What's up dudes. Wow what a pleasure. What's up spoon nation. let's row. I was mentioning before before we started that. I'm normally feel really comfortable in the safety of the double so being here you know in the main line up this is this is a lot of pressure. It's the big show. I'm having a hard time. Concentrating with those luscious melons on this screen. Boy block block that out. Dynamite dixie. Dynamite that's a. That's a porno lady. A couple of days ago man. I'm fervently googling right now with dynamite. You're talking to men with zero sex drive. I are kind of a western theme or see. What's what's coming up for. Me is a is like a western film or like a caper movie from the reynolds. You know you might on. I think you might have. Ak that might be it. I search moderate on being. Let me turn it out while you're just bought sticks of dynamite to house acme boy. This woman is quite top-heavy is that real his reaction. I mean if you saw what he's seeing you don't understand okay. I'm assuming real. I'm assuming surgically enhanced. This seems physically impossible even like what dr like hippocratic oath. What dr would administer such so. You want painful looking assist. I mean it seems like it all sort in her life expectancy by late at fifty years. I can't i can't imagine why. How did you find her. What are you what are you what. What's the spelling here. Dixie like acci. Dixie kong And then you know to spell dynamite. W dynamite art good. I got it now. I can't find her durant. Put my porn in afterwards. Try try adding her. No porno try. Try tray taping in dixie dynamite. Mommy milkers dixie. Okay all right. She's on she's on x. Videos dot com. Let's see you're going get some images. Oh my gosh is good. Yeah dear god really putting sri tire video yes. I'm used to just pull up a couple of pictures of dixie dynamite. That'll help you feel better to your lord dixie. Yeah yeah quite an arsenal. It looks like if someone leprechaun wished for bigger boobs. That's right like a monkey. Paul wish i wish your dave brisa enough porno. Tom expecting the first. I can tell you the only thing left to do now as far on the podcast were happy to have always happen to have the two the two of you back and sense your last appearance. Something has happened with my diet. That corresponds with what i know about the two of you. Which is that. I have become a vegetarian at least for the calendar year. Twenty twenty one. I'm not eating any meat not eaten any any fish. It's it's been interesting transition for myself dietary early. I'm curious can you recap for us like how long each of you have been for meat consumption. If that's the thing you you still do. I'm assuming you still doing that. You've come to the dirk say pad want. This is the dark side yeah. I've been a vegetarian. Since two thousand and six diet for a new america and wow shook me to my core but i've sense like i ate a chicken taco. The birthday party. So i don't know i'm getting kind of loose sir. In my old age. I just kind of feel like for anything especially foodwise is to not be Like militant about it like a camping or religion. i think that's the way that it becomes like. Face your famine like all or nothing you know. It's like if most of the time you don't eat meat that's great but you know if you want in and out you can get that once in a while going forward and your vegetarian journey..

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"pinson" Discussed on Messy Jesus Business

Messy Jesus Business

05:58 min | 1 year ago

"pinson" Discussed on Messy Jesus Business

"There's there's the struggle of radical discipleship right there isn't it is like the tension the the paradox. The the place was letter. It's not black our white grey Were constantly encountering the the cross and the resurrection at the same time. So there's a thousand in their questions. I want to ask you. But i know that we can't make this podcast episode forever along. You need to get back into the into the today. So let me just ask russians. What what are you learning about discipleship. What is discipleship for. You heard me right now. I'm learning a lot about what it means to be a disciple in in the messy. Every day i've had so much pinson over the past five years that sometimes i noticed in myself tendency to want to to run or change or move or you know start to look at other job openings or whatever it may be sometimes that's real and it's about discernment right but but other times it just means. There's something else going on here that i need to go a little bit deeper and still. There's there's the internal work in addition to certain that the external chaos. And i think for me right now. Discipleship is really being faithful to the internal work because the external need is is very clear. And it's very present and so there's definitely a temptation to to escape into that to avoid dealing with sort of the secondary trauma and end the frustration and the disappointments of this administration In the past seven months so being faithful to the internal work not not turning away taking a those moments to go up the mountain to to find him the seashore or whatever it might be and knowing that that is important to you know when you see a line of of hundred people. It's really easy to say. Well you know. I should be working more hours or i should just be. I don't need to sleep as much. I you know we could. We could be organizing round the clock year. But i know that that's not but that's not a guy i know that that's not the the real discipleship that without that that roundedness the rest is isn't possible in doesn't doesn't flow from the same granted So in the.

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When Did Marriage Become so Hard?

Hidden Brain

02:05 min | 1 year ago

When Did Marriage Become so Hard?

"To understand marriage. Today we thought it best to go back to a time and place when marriage was very different. Well i've been studying the history of family for many many years. But i specifically got interested in marriage as we got into these debates. About what traditional marriage was that. Stephanie coons. She's a professor at the evergreen state college and the author of the book marriage a history. Stephanie says the earliest marriages had nothing to do with the feelings of two people or their attraction to one. Another as you probably know marriage was much more about economics and acquiring powerful inlaws marriage originally arose in more egalitarian ban level societies as a way of sharing resources and establishing a peaceful relations with groups. That you might otherwise only see occasionally and you might not know if they were going to be friends or enemies It was a way of circulating obligations and goods. Mary my child off to you and that means you owe me things. But i also you things. Stephanie brought up a famous example from history. The union between cleopatra of egypt and mark antony of rome elizabeth taylor as cleopatra siren of the niles this is from a nineteen sixty three film version. Richard burton as mark antony impetuous leader once in pinson legion dreaded adversary on the field of battle. The hollywood version of the story portrays cleopatra and antony as being very much in love but stephanie paints a slightly different picture. I think the theme song for that Relationship could have been what's love got to do with it. They may have been passionate but it was more passion for power than a sexual. Although sexual probably entered into it to cleopatra and antony marriage was primarily about strategy wrong egypt with the two most powerful empires in the world so getting them anybody who got them together and the gotten alliance between them would be unstoppable.

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"pinson" Discussed on Coach's Copilot: Your Online Business Manager Podcast

Coach's Copilot: Your Online Business Manager Podcast

04:42 min | 1 year ago

"pinson" Discussed on Coach's Copilot: Your Online Business Manager Podcast

"Because i'm getting some pinson. And i don't need twenty pens a day right now. I mean five. Fifteen day for me is great. I still pin from my phone. So i'm contributing. But everything she's doing she's going through my podcast each episode's she's listening to it. She's creating pins to drive traffic to that episode. And it's a big help for me. That's basically the tip i would offer is. Don't think that you only have money. To leverage money is just a tool It's just one tool. There's there's there's your expertise you could offer trade if you're doing a service for them that they need for their business you could just do it a straight trade to so there's two ways you can do it and that's good advice. I mean we can also look at us ability of working with interns. I would imagine and giving them a little experience because oftentimes you don't have to pay interns as much as you would pay somebody else so so that might be a very good user friendly budget friendly way to to get some help so what would be the kind of the next step may be. You're ready to move past recruiting your friends and family and Maybe of a little bit of a bigger project. So what are some other tips when you've been a little bit bigger budget. Well one thing. I meant wanted to mention before i move onto that. Is it's really important to create a training system. So i guess you know. This is one of my Technology hacks so to speak is loom and I love loom. Because i can create short videos and i can put him on like a An internal website so basically i create like a page. Nobody can max. S without the link. And i do a step by step of how to create a pin how to post the pin etc am and in this way. I have all the training already ready because one one downside nicole to hiring. Help the way..

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"pinson" Discussed on On The Way

On The Way

07:26 min | 1 year ago

"pinson" Discussed on On The Way

"Broke all of us because the guy was so intense. I mean what we hear from guys telling them. You're so mentally messed up. You could never be a good parent. You're so this year so that there's no way you are worthy. There's no way that you would be good. There's no way you know. And so they have all these voices outside and they need a group of people from the inside saying. You're strong your courageous. We can do this and we can help you together. We will do this and It's just the most beautiful ministry on the planet. So i will say five hundred seventy five. We're having our banquet tonight and we're celebrating. We always liked candles for the lives that were saved in a year and in two thousand twenty such a hard year. Five hundred and seventy-five moms that were abortion. Vulnerable or abortion minded chose life for their babies. Five hundred seventy five. Think about that in eighteen years. We're going to have a high school class huge high school class. You know full of these babies that were redeemed that we're loved that were celebrated We meet girls every day that regret their abortion every single day but yet to meet one that has regretted child ever once. They've given birth no matter what they've been through. Its its powerful in its transforming. I know that the birth of my children transformed me in an incredible way. In a way. I never thought never thought that that i would be that person and god just does he shows up and he does this incredible work. Can you tell. I love it. Let me let me tell you one more thing another thing that we do. Is we have a resale shop in the beauty of the resale shop. Is we hire our mama's so when they come in and they say. There's no way i can do my job and have a baby and we're like we can give you a job and they bring their babies to work. They baby wear them. They push them in strollers their pricing close. They build a community. No one ever leaves that job. They love in fact. We just hired one of them to be a pregnancy center worker Because she is just so beautiful in his grown interfaith in. Her baby is old enough. That can go to a friend's house now and so it. That's another arm of this incredibly beautiful ministry so it sounds like the relationships that you build with these young women And others in their family sometimes or or in their circle. It's not a nine month relationship. Sometimes it is sometimes it's less than that but it sounds like some of these relationships are long-term. Oh yeah so they'll stay with us. We have close up to like three. T. as long as they're in diapers generally but generally while once getting outta diapers next pregnancy has started. We've had men like get on their knees and propose at art you know because we're encouraging them towards marriage we've had so many beautiful moments. I'm you know the statistics are kind of crazy That if it's a single mom. The chances of their child living in poverty is about thirty seven percent. If it's a single mom was someone living with them. A man man but they're living together but not married. The chance of the child living in poverty is forty two percent with two in earners but in a marriage. The chances of them living in poverty is seven percent and we'll have links to those statistics on the web page. So you can check those out there. The commitment is so huge. And i love the gym. Denison article posted today. Absolutely i mean marriage is. It's not just the thing to live together for. Everyone says will. We should live together for two years. And then they never make it past the two years when they started with the commitment and with the covenant it would have been like changing for them so as same thing with children There so many ways churches can support these girls It's important so important that the churches embrace life. And it's it's heartbreaking. When i have a conversation with someone. I mean god is the author of life. It's very clear in scripture. I don't know how you can believe scripture right and not know that god is the author of life and You know oftentimes the the argument is rape and let me tell you come. Spend a day with me. A girl who's been raped. Who chooses life. it heals that violent rape. It heals the joy of that baby. The beauty of that baby. Even they don't know what they're gonna do and they go all the way the hospital and then at birth like my experience at birth transforms them. But they're not still that rape pert that rape hurt a lot. But this what. God did with this baby heels that rape for them in a way that counseling never could never ever could now when they choose abortion after rape. It immortalizes their pain. They the memory of that baby most women who have abortions depending on if they do a pill or if they do surgical they have memories. They have visions. They have so many memories of that that baby because we're connected cellular early. I think that's where we get. Women's intuition sorry guys. But that's where we're cellular -ly connected to our babies whether we miscarry whether we abort or whether they they birth and whether or not we choose adoption forever and ever were connected cellular to those babies. I just pray. Churches will just let me tell you away. Churches support us. That i love so much not only do. They put us in their budget but some churches with staff members with like their youth director. Their education director. They let them spend four hours a week. Serving that the pregnancy center and talking to men about the man has the strongest voice in this girl's life and if he really loves her he will fight for that baby and he will fight because they he when he sees the impact that it will have on her. He wants to protect her and he wants to. But he doesn't know and the culture has said your body. You're right right. You don't have a voice in this but it's one hundred percent his baby one hundred percent hearse and to encourage him to speak for life to speak for this life that he helped create A beautiful ministry so churches loneliness their staff members for four hours to speak life. And they get to share christ and sitting in an office you to do that Not so much. So it's it's a beautiful waiter just.

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Brooklyn Born Skeery Eats Pizza With a Fork and Knife

The Brooklyn Boys Podcast

01:55 min | 1 year ago

Brooklyn Born Skeery Eats Pizza With a Fork and Knife

"Way pizza. What a fucking knife fucking knife and get dead to me okay. You don't eat pizza fork and a knife i. I'm just as much as you want a straw just because what you does just because you're yelling doesn't make you right. Just because you're louder does not make you write a whisper. Who who do you think you are. What are you what are you. What are you from the great state of wyoming. He'll eat pizza that way okay. See that's a quarterback off. You know what. I was referencing. Yes yes you don't if it's so big if it's such a massive slice you have to cut it in half fine then you pick it up and when your hands pinson out. It wasn't about the size of the slice. Yeah what was it about. Emotion in the oc- bucci nelson. Here's what it was about pain. Boozy strap okay. Now let me let me say this you know that. We've we're both from brooklyn born and bred. We are already going bullshit weight and you know that we do have these rules. And i do you have to do the fold. We talk about this. We have talked about nauseam head. Wait wait so when you pick up your pizza if you don't know what it is by now it's the new york. Fold you pick up a slice usually its triangular or even if the square one you've put a crease in the middle you fold it over and then you hold it donovan moldova's holiday you still pick it up the point handle it handle true story now. Here's the problem with that. This is what you didn't see. You didn't me struggling for thirty seconds prior because my buddy phone out trying to tape that. So he's putting me on his instagram story. Nearly caught the ladder thirty seconds. Which was me using a fork and knife on pizza. Worse when you say it out loud

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Brooklyn Born Skeery Eats Pizza With a Fork and Knife

The Brooklyn Boys Podcast

01:55 min | 1 year ago

Brooklyn Born Skeery Eats Pizza With a Fork and Knife

"Way pizza. What a fucking knife fucking knife and get dead to me okay. You don't eat pizza fork and a knife i. I'm just as much as you want a straw just because what you does just because you're yelling doesn't make you right. Just because you're louder does not make you write a whisper. Who who do you think you are. What are you what are you. What are you from the great state of wyoming. He'll eat pizza that way okay. See that's a quarterback off. You know what. I was referencing. Yes yes you don't if it's so big if it's such a massive slice you have to cut it in half fine then you pick it up and when your hands pinson out. It wasn't about the size of the slice. Yeah what was it about. Emotion in the oc- bucci nelson. Here's what it was about pain. Boozy strap okay. Now let me let me say this you know that. We've we're both from brooklyn born and bred. We are already going bullshit weight and you know that we do have these rules. And i do you have to do the fold. We talk about this. We have talked about nauseam head. Wait wait so when you pick up your pizza if you don't know what it is by now it's the new york. Fold you pick up a slice usually its triangular or even if the square one you've put a crease in the middle you fold it over and then you hold it donovan moldova's holiday you still pick it up the point handle it handle true story now. Here's the problem with that. This is what you didn't see. You didn't me struggling for thirty seconds prior because my buddy phone out trying to tape that. So he's putting me on his instagram story. Nearly caught the ladder thirty seconds. Which was me using a fork and knife on pizza. Worse when you say it out loud

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Shot Texas Trooper Remains On Life Support Until Organs Can Be Donated

Joe Pags

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

Shot Texas Trooper Remains On Life Support Until Organs Can Be Donated

"Texas DPS officials say a trooper shot Friday night. Costa Muhaya has no viable brain activity in a tweet this afternoon, they announced Trooper Chad Walker would remain a life support until you can share the gift of life as an organ donor. Walker was called to assist a disabled motorist close to my hair Friday night when he came upon the vehicle. A man got out of the car and started shooting into the police car's windshield. Walker was shot in the head and abdomen and a man believed have killed Walker 37 year old Arthur Pinson Junior reportedly killed himself over the

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Texas manhunt ends after shooting of state trooper

The Car Pro Show

00:20 sec | 1 year ago

Texas manhunt ends after shooting of state trooper

"Oh, one. Our top story. A Texas DPS trooper is hospitalized in critical condition in my Hehe 160 miles northwest of Houston. The shooting was yesterday evening. The suspect is identified and on the run 37 year old Arthur Pinson Jr. Armed and dangerous There is

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"pinson" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

05:20 min | 1 year ago

"pinson" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"It's hard isn't it captain. I'm sorry i didn't know you his quite a while eavesdropping. I'm afraid alright. To nothing can be personal in a situation like this. How long has a hundred time particles. Pinson that reference to us not being able to stand tensioness interesting. They're psychologists seemed to make more out of us and we do out of them don't they. They hit the nail right on the head yes lately. I think we'll just have to push our timetable up a bit. No further communication with aliens any circumstances. That's claire isn't it. Yes sir if they know so much about psychology. Isn't it possible that remark was intended to make sack more quickly probable. Probably why would they do that. Why you tell me why not all of a sudden. I have an idea. So that's crazy and it doesn't matter how crazy i listened to sir. I think these people are some kind of a joke on us joke. A joke north. Yes over and over again. I've noticed i think is a sense of humor. A highly developed sense of humor. Do you recall when we went through all the trouble to set up a fictitious star map and then they just send us back a mirror image of the same one somehow. They're playing a joke on us. All right which case. You've seen practical jokers. Nord jokes aren't always funny. Sometimes the hood people who all departments man instant alert all departments man into the learning with instant report instantly. Target the enemy ship on standby.

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"pinson" Discussed on Hogsmen Podcast presents Talk To The Hog

Hogsmen Podcast presents Talk To The Hog

04:03 min | 2 years ago

"pinson" Discussed on Hogsmen Podcast presents Talk To The Hog

"So I don't know man I don't. I'm not like talking shit on aws things like that but it's just something one of those things where it's like. With how much should they caught from the heart situation? Somebody should've spoke to the whole. Roster of wrestlers in the back saying like, Hey, listen if this happens again. Finish it. Just go home didn't take it home and that was the second time in that Matt Hardy Sammy move are few that something went wrong I don't know if you saw that spot re through the chair shocked that was an open and you know he should've known better like Matt was legitimately Pinson I what I. Got A lot like Sammy got a lot of heat for that up. So I mean it's one of those things like and then after that, he did that thing he did like a splash on a table and I'm like man was probably can cuss from that to layup. Yeah. You know it's weird man you hear about like these old timers talking about like Oh man you guys are. Being too reckless and all that kind of stuff to the to the newer. Generation of wrestlers, and of course, the initial thought is shut up old man, right? But you start to kind of see it. Now, you're seeing a lot of cats getting injured badly. And at this rate, a lot of these guys ain't GonNa have a career. They're going to have a short Little Cup of coffee. In the big times. Yeah. You know like getting paid good money and the thing that I brought it before man, you finally make it to where you're making good money. Good solid money. And now You gotta start thinking like a businessman like, Hey, I gotta worry about next week's episode and two weeks from now episode and all that kind of stuff. You gotTa Stop Thinking About Hey man I gotta get like. My gnarly stuff in right now, and it's like well this. Is this going to be make that much noise or is this going to like bring your character to the next level or your reputation to the next level or is there something that you can do?.

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Why Are Whales So Big?

But Why: A Podcast for Curious Kids

06:19 min | 2 years ago

Why Are Whales So Big?

"This is but why a podcast for curious kids from Vermont Public Radio? I'm the host. Jane Lindholm. On this show you tell us what you're interested in and what your questions are about that thing you're interested in. And we use your questions to guide what we talk about on the show. Your curiosity dictates what we explore. When I was young, I really wanted to be a marine biologist that's a scientist who studies things that live in the oceans and lots of you are interested in marine biology to we've done episodes about fish about why the sea is salty and other things related to oceans like our jellyfish really made out of Jelly spoiler alert they're not. But now we're going to focus on one particular type of animal that lives in the oceans that like me a lot of you are fascinated by. Can you guess what animal we might be discussing? Well. That is the sound of a humpback whale singing. And, that sound comes courtesy of the federal government's no of fisheries website. But we're not going to focus on the way whales communicate today that's going to be a future episode. So be sure to listen for that one too. We want today to have a better understanding of what whales are and how they move through the oceans and occasionally through rivers to here's our guide for today's episode. My name is Nick Pinson. I'm a paleontologist at the Smithsonian in Washington DC. Tell me what paleontologist is healing tallest looks for any trace of life that lived a long long time ago, and they tend to look for fossils which can be bones footprints leaves any kind of trace of life that isn't around now, but we know existed millions billions of years ago. One of the challenges and one of the things I like most about being paleontologist is that you don't get all the clues that you'd like to. So we don't get a full skeleton sometimes you do but mostly not see have to make the best you can do with a little bit of information, and that's what makes paleontology for me a lot like a detective story. So neck, some of the kids listening now might be scratching their heads because they know that this episode is about Wales and you just told us you're a paleontologist. So you look for signs of life that doesn't exist anymore, but Wales still exists. I got into science because I really liked looking for fossils and that led me eventually to looking at Wales because Wales are mammals that live notion and some of them live in the rivers but you're probably more familiar with ones that live in the oceans that are really big that have flippers that have flukes They look from the outside a bit more like a fish than. A Mammal, what's really neat about them is that we know that they're mammals and that they're closely related to other hoofed mammals specifically the hoofed mammals that have even toes to toes and those mammals are cows, pigs, deer, camels, sheep. That's who whales are most closely related to, and if you look at the wheel and you look at all of its near cousins that are live today. Realize that whales look really really different and what explains why they're so different has to do with how they volved, how they came to be and going back to fossils were really fortunate and being able to find fossil whales tell us how those changes happened. So I'm lucky enough to be able to work with teams of scientists to go round the world and look for fossils. Of Whales and then try to understand how those fit in with what we know about whales today, and also where they're going because the earth has always changed and it's still changing I want to get to some of the questions that our listeners have sent us. But just before we do I, want to pick up on something that you said, which was that whales are really closely related. Even toed hoofed animals, but they look really different. So if they look really different, how can to animals be very closely related because you'd think they'd be more closely related to something else that they look like like a shark or a fish right just because something lives in the water or looks like a fish doesn't mean they're all related to each other whales, sharks and fish the last time they shared a common ancestor was probably nearly half a billion years ago. Let's get more precise about. Wales as related to other mammals, we have a lot of different ways of knowing how organisms are related to each other. We can look at their DNA which tells us directly about their relationships in a way. That's that doesn't connect to how they look as more to do with their genetics. Right DNA tells us that whales fit in with all these other mammals whales are mammals, and that's something you would know probably from just looking. At the fact that they re there, they have babies drink milk from their MOMS do have hair. If you are ever get the opportunity to close enough to whale, and even if you seem photos of baby, dolphins have little tiny whiskers on their snout they lose them pretty quickly. But those are all telling you about their deeper ancestry and you want to use all the different kinds of evidence available to you whether it's DNA. That might tell you one story or fossils that tell you a story that maybe sometimes is a bit different and that's why I say that fossils tell something that we wouldn't otherwise. No. We can have a a family tree of animals based on DNA and then fossils tell us about this branches of the tree that we wouldn't otherwise know about and for Wales. That's what tells us that the earliest whales lived on land

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Mike Pence vows to 'make America great again, again

Monocle 24: The Globalist

10:52 min | 2 years ago

Mike Pence vows to 'make America great again, again

"The Republican see their presidential nominee for twenty twenty four give his first campaign speech last night. The Vice President Mike Prints told his party's national convention that they will make America. Great again again in this election, it's. Not so much whether America will be more conservative or more liberal. More Republican or more Democrat. The choice in this election. is whether America remains America some already looking at him not as a dutiful deputy but as a man maneuvering into position for the next presidential election or watching his speech was Angela, Wilson is professor of politics at the University of Manchester in the United Kingdom and the US policy political commentator joins me now a very good morning to you Angela. Good morning so making. America. Great again again, your verdict on that slogan please. Not. Particularly Catchy. Is it. but you know Mike Pence's not not typically known for being done amock or An inspirational speaker so It's not surprising that is His final comment. There was not typically inspiration. What he did say was those it the this election will decide what America becomes A. Thus is something that you could argue happens it absolutely every single election but in particular, he had to try to strike a really really neat balance between. Saying that America can become. Great. Again again. Having obviously gone through the coronavirus pandemic. Yes well for small America is. Completely divided in a way that certain ought never seen in in my observation. American politics over the last fifty years. and this both the Democratic National Convention last week. Republican, one, this week speaks to that division. They are both speaking to very, very different audiences in different voters. and. Mike Pence job. Followed that the that he did last night followed what was seen as a traditional job of the vice presidential candidate in that was first of all to be the attack dog. So at. The convention. The vice president is there to be an attack dog on the other party and he certainly did that in attacking Biden in all sorts of ways we can talk about. And secondly to speak to particular demographics and Mike Pence was chosen originally because he spoke to the Christian right demographic, which makes up about sixty to seventy percent of the Republican Party voters and again, he did that last night pointing out how trump has been a friend in his stood with them. So. So in that sense that he do his job yes he absolutely did his job it. Are we going to see a Mike Pence candidacy in twenty twenty, four, I suspect he will try but I don't really think he'll get that far. Let's have a look then at the attack dog approach that Joe Biden took He's he said, president trump set our nation on a path to freedom and opportunity from the very first day of this administration. He said Joe Biden we'll set America on a path of socialism and decline Frankly I didn't find that as shocking as it could have been because the whole point of the Republican convention has been quite a dark one to sort of warned the United States electorate against forces which could destroy this pasta freedom. Not, least it's also quite easy to say that durbar really isn't that much of a socialist at all. What we all thoughts on on his sort of attack. Biden. His attack on. Biden of interesting lady US Sanders words to attack by saying that. Abidin was going to implement some of the policies that Sanders thought was appropriate and so he used. Sanders words to attack by himself, but the the other areas in which he was able to attack Biden quite effectively keep in mind. He was at a military base when he was given when he was. Giving this this talk was to attack by non law and order and on military defense and those traditional conservative areas but also given the audience that he had that went over very well, and of course, given the context of what's going on. Across American cities that went over very well. So it's attack on Biden. CAPIT- in a way that was. About the military and about law and order, but it was certainly in the theme that had been set out Republican Party. Sorry. The Republican convention already that this was a clear contrast between well. Frankly Gordon Evil and evil being socialism or evil being a lack of law and order in our cities. As. Vice President he has. Trodden, very delicate path. There's a great article in The New York Times which describes his modus operandi and says the cumulative effect of Mr Pence's conduct is to create around him a kind of bubble of relative normalcy in which vice. President. Avoids Mr Trump's most explosive in defensive behaviour mostly by pretending it does not exist and he is getting a reputation as being the man who's accustomed to dialing back in private. What Donald Trump bellows in public is true. Well he certainly set himself office not condemning trump last night but as taking his leadership in in the kind of amusing, insane. Yes. What is different but nevertheless, he is a leader and what what pence is. Is as vice president is to to not a on one hand to not question drunk and trump's leadership and on the other hand to be a bridge between trump's Shall we say missteps? And a community that they absolutely have to have behind in, which is the Christian right voters, and that's a really delicate bridge. To to keep. Those voters on board with trump who's not known for his son shall we say moral? Well. If you have him acting as a bridge, the creator of a bubble keeping the electorate safe I mean, are we looking perhaps at the the the first speech of someone making a bid for the presidency in four years? While, he may have those dreams don't actually think that the Republican Party will be looking to him and twenty twenty four. Mike. Pence is not known for his dynamism is not known for his public speaking I thought it was interesting that they gave him an audience last night and the audience was obviously primed to to jump in. and. Be Shouting four years in that sort of thing. So he's kind of public speaking that definitely needs an audience not doesn't go over very well with the voting public. And secondly, I. Think you know. I if by wins and that still is a big if if Biden wins pence will be marred with the the trump presidency in the legacy of that, and I really think the Republican Party may be looking to someone. In the future that that is that is either completely away from the trump presidency, some light, a Ted, Cruz. Or you know I fully expect one of the leading. Candidates in twenty, four, Maith from trump's family. Tell us a little bit more about the the the parallel narrative what's going on in Wisconsin how much was that brought into day three of the convention. Well what was then what is unfortunate for both conventions that many of these speeches habit to have been taped and what we saw in day three of the convention was not all of the speeches were taped. So therefore, did not mention what was going on in terms of Wisconsin, but also in terms of the hurricane that's dot hit Texas Louisiana. And so Mike Pence's speech did stand out and that was able to address both of those those crisis One of the things you mentioned about what is what is His job here, delicate position that he calls trump various students put pinson charge of the corona virus response, and so he will be able at trump will be able to kind of label if it doesn't go well put that onto pence in his lack of leadership or his. Mistakes made but pence was very clear. Last night in this is one thing that I thought was rather shocking that America will have a vaccine by the end of this year. And that's a promise that certainly scientists star saying that we won't that. He won't be able to keep but he does this under the language of the that this will be a miracle that will happen. Tennis Elizabeth about the general polling figures. Now we've got Joe, Biden, Aheadon, what five or six is a key swing states. This is following the Democratic National Convention, but his numbers didn't rise perhaps as many thought they would and Donald Trump's approval rating has now bumped up particularly among white voters. Yes, I, mean I think previously elections there was a larger contending contented independent voters and so what you would see after the conventions was swaying. For each of the Party of those independent voters. But at the moment America is so divided along party lines that that. That that. Percentage of independent voters is is much smaller. And it's not surprising that at trump's upswing is going to be amongst white voters particularly when does riots happening and the black lives matter movement has put some not a lot. But some white voters concerned about what the future may fly finally Andrew you mentioned a moment ago that you think that the next presidential candidate from the Republicans could another trump who might that be? There's quite a. Rogues Gallery to choose from. Well, you know I grew up watching dynasty and the ewings in in Dallas and I will tell you there's nothing more intriguing than good family fight for leadership and so I think we'll all be interested to watch what happens they`re Both which ones end up running the leadership of the Republican Party and which ones may or may not end up. Serving time. We look forward to enter the Wilson from the University of Manchester thank you for joining us on monocle twenty. Four.

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The Best Listeners

Mac Power Users

05:43 min | 2 years ago

The Best Listeners

"Hey Steven. How are you? I'm good? You always more energetic than I am at the top of the show. I needed to work on. That I love Mac. I love podcasting fun and just imagine a lonely lawyer sitting in a room working on contracts all day and someone says hey, you could go talk technology for a couple of hours. It's pretty good, pretty good deal channel that man channel. It is. Going to be a busy episode. You got a bunch of feedback and various things. We have to touch on a little bit of back today. Yeah, feedback time lots of great feedback from listeners and lots of I love how the listeners bring in ideas. That never occurred to us so I. We've got a lot to talk about today. Yeah, we do. Let's start with Let's start with notes apps because it's fresh and. We didn't touch on every note APP. Of course we I think we have some specific ideas and where to go next with it, ob. Tell us what Tim wrote about. I'm curious about how you think about. This is a tim wrote in about the live scribe. The last segment of the notes episode was about handwritten notes in live scribe is a pinned, and I used to have one of these at the first generation women at least at the time had like a camera in it, and it had a special like pattern paper. You'd right on. Anything you'd right on the page would get recorded digitally, and it would create a digital facsimile of the page. It was very clever technology, and of course it's just got better over. The years in Tim is a big a big user of it and. You. Can you know it's so? You can have the the joy handwritten notes writing to a notebook. You need to buy their paper, although you can also print it out, but you could also have the advantage of the digital capture, so you could easily send the note off to people and and do that in Tim's a big user of it like I, said I used it as well, and this was quite a while ago when they first came out. When you're speaking at the tech, show the lawyer thing and they had a stand there and bought one and. I'll tell you what really killed me on. It was the ballpoint pen they had like a ballpoint pen. In the reason, why was they needed pressure to trigger the technology on the inside of the device like you had to be pressing down? You didn't want that camera or all the underlying sensor technology, running twenty, four seven, or the battery would die really quick. And so I I gave up on 'cause I just hated the ballpoint so much. But it's economy the first chance in my life to say hold on a second I'm updating the firmware my pin. Not as soon as you hear every day Yeah Yeah I've never really tried any of these to me. It always felt like they were a little bit gimmicky. And I guess I. Just assumed that they didn't work very well. so I just never really went down this road. The life scribe works if you're looking for a system where you can write down on. On a piece of paper and captured digitally simultaneously. This is worth checking out and I should have written Tim Back I. Don't really know what the current state of their pen technology is in terms of the writing service, but I assume they still need that pressure sensitivity and if they're Selma ballpoint. That's where I get to put on Mike Hurley. Pinson hat and say. Thank you, but no, thank you. And what's the software story on this menu? Writing in a notebook? The PIN is capturing digitally. Where does it go? You open up the APP and there. It is okay, so they've got their own APP. That sort of pairs with it. Yeah, okay The, on handwritten notes, we also got some people writing in about apple notes, because I mentioned good notes and Note ability sorry. Okay, guys. I'm good I'm good. Note ability and good a good notes, the one I use almost every day, so that one of course top of mind, but I did not talk about apple notes. Apple made a big deal about the handwriting and I. Think Scribble is awesome in Iowa's fourteen. I did try apple for a few days as a as a kind of a handwritten capture device, and I, immediately dismissed it I don't care for it. I mean good notes has like a bunch of features. That applemans doesn't have one of which is the ability to have a magnifying glass on the screen like with good notes. You can say this is the section. I'm writing on as a bigger version of that section at the bottom of the screen, and then you write your text in that section, and then actually goes into the document much smaller if that makes sense, okay. That is super useful now I get that you can kind of use your your fingers to pensions. Zoom and do that stuff, an apple nuts, but it's no good it's you're constantly fiddling with it with good notes as you. As you're in the magnified section as you get to the end of the screen. It has a mechanism where you can just go back to the beginning of the line and keep writing in picks up right where you left off. They do very smart so you can see the last few worth it's hard so let's say I'm right in a line of text as I'm getting to the right side of the screen. I have the word user says in Mac power users, so then at the same time that word user shows up on the left side of the screen with my script, and then I just moved the to the right and pick ups I. Know exactly the spacing to continue, and then when you get to the end of the line, there's a carriage return, so you hit the button. He goes back to the next line in sets you up to keep going

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How Dare the Vice President Pray?

The BreakPoint Podcast

04:17 min | 2 years ago

How Dare the Vice President Pray?

"Enunciates has a long history of its leaders asking for the help of divine. Providence shouldn't be controversial when they do for the call center. I'm John Stonestreet. This is break. One they argued yesterday on break point. Spread of the corona virus is a brutal reminder of just how fragile humans are a direct and uncomfortable challenge to our collective illusion of control as it spreads not only our individual lives threatened but also the intricate and fragile web of global connections that fuel national and international economies to ask help. And all of this shouldn't be controversial. So that's exactly what Vice President. Mike Pence decided to do an official White House photo from February the twenty six captured the vice president and the Corona virus taskforce opening their meeting with heads bowed in prayer. The photo as they say nowadays blew up the Internet unleashing a tidal wave of prayer shaming. Which is a term coined a couple years back to describe ridiculing people who dare offer thoughts and prayers for victims of tragedies like mass shootings one secular research website described the photo symbolic of the moral and intellectual decay at the White House. A photo shows Vice President Mike Pence and his team trying to pray away. The Corona Virus Pinson. His team were quote wallowing ignorance superstition and willful ignorance. The site continued suggesting that pence praise. Because he's a religious extremist another slant this one from an out and proud atheists is not a joke when people say those. Republicans are trying to stop a virus with prayer. What did anyone expect? Science reason something sensible and one of the most viral tweets of the photo had this caption. Mike Pence is corona virus. Emergency team praying for a solution. We are so blank. Never mind that. Every session of Congress begins with prayer as do thousands of public meetings across the country. Each day prayer is for many today. Politically unacceptable seen as an affront to science obstacle to govern it and worst of all a shameful admission that were not in control of our own destinies. Of course. That's precisely the point of prayer. We're not in control. We think we are. We've made remarkable medical scientific and technological breakthroughs that have allowed us to be less the victims of nature than societies past. But we don't control the world. The idea that we do. Ironically reveals a central belief of a technocratic worldview one every bit as much an article of faith any held by prayers this faith allies in something quite unprovable intentive namely that all human problems and challenges whether climate change or gun violence. The Corona virus are problems that can be solved. If only we apply the right techniques which these days are almost always political. You know passing the right laws or public. Policies are electing the right officials in this world view the world and all of its complexities are reduced a mathematical models and can thus be controlled by our best ideas and efforts oliver problems. The logic continues can be if not eliminated at least ameliorated in fact. This worldview central article of faith explains why those committed to it. Think of prayer in science as mutually exclusive options something that directly contradicts the history of both science. And many of history's most important. Scientists this secular faith along with the political illusion that it fosters is on full display right now by those claiming that this outbreak is something. President trump or some government entity should be able to save us from such an inflated idea of government not only reduces the room for God in our cultural imagination it dramatically expands the room for the state and our cultural imagination. And that's something. We'll surely regret in the end. Placing the world on our own shoulders in this way will not grant any more control instead will only find its way too heavy and then where will we turn as the PSALMIST said nations may rage? People may plot in vain but only the Lord makes us dwell in safety. Thank God when our leaders recognize this? May We all join them. And praying for the Corona virus taskforce and for those political leaders and health officials around the world for God ordained wisdom to fight this potential pandemic

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Managing genetic diversity essential for species to adapt to climate change

UN News

00:24 sec | 2 years ago

Managing genetic diversity essential for species to adapt to climate change

"The massive wildfires have scorched millions of acres in the country since July of last year and a straight remains heine vulnerable to further natural disasters in an interview with you and US Jennifer Pinson Wildlife Program leader at the Tin Bimbo Nature Park just outside the capital camera so that climate change needs to stop being integrated in conservancy programs and more genetic diversity management is

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"pinson" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

10:14 min | 3 years ago

"pinson" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Excuse. It's so I in the press one taboo food business the off the impotence more than continue. What are you the report? Look the people who take the President of Utah in number one the about thirty one it was to extend the yeah. That's a strong instinct. Take a with your experience with scalps perspective too. When we return the American let's be more scales are equal to or greater than four straight? It took forty fifty the the research take we went along Katrina a little bit more. The complex Pinson by references for that'd be accepted the left. Take a picnic. The court in March maybe leaked took pickled recorders. Eating take food number in writing doubting the cold watched required twenty. Maybe fevers one police. The report the seventy two even black Friday the work of somebody. I'm Jim Taylor. I by all the four hundred fifty looking in from the the weather thirties and forties affording another chance mostly east returning later. The report will bring some more. I mean just to move eastwards. Expected in the point of rain was reported expected. Initial to overturn took folks for whatever you for the West. The school it took tape recording. When.

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Prejuvenation: What Your Need to Do Now to Postpone Aging

Art Beauty

07:42 min | 3 years ago

Prejuvenation: What Your Need to Do Now to Postpone Aging

"I love Dr The absolute best to end the. It's funny I want to say that Ronald a couple of weeks past Halloween. However I remembered last night I was walking around In the subways and I saw this guy coming up and he looked like he just had halo laser and I saw his son combined him and they just had some. I don't know if there were demons Vince with their faces. Were just read. You know how you and I are always like we. If you're GONNA do the laser dude on the Thursday. What what you really want to do? Is You want to do it on October. Twenty Eighth I'm I'm not kidding because when it's bad in today's I'm telling you Ryan I'm signing up the Tober twenty eighth you will have the red peeling nonsense but people will just think it's part of your look shore. Oh My goodness Aka a Europe rejuvenation. You're all well for the holiday on. Hey everyone I'm amber and I'm Ryan and this is art beauty the real truth doc about the fake Shit So for a while. When I saw this on the calendar I just I just saw prove nation but a regionals it is like vaginal to rejuvenate? I don't why I forgot the conversation before I went there and I was like. Oh my God that's really cool The what's totally Pleasantly surprised what a fun conversation That it wasn't about the vagina it was now. How do you listen it? It's something for everyone. Turn them back well. Well and that's it. It's how to turn back the hands not turn slowdown. It's how to slow slow down right because we can't stop aging. It's going to happen. No matter what that said. We can certainly postpone Not only really sort of how we look but then the need for more intense procedures like facelift. So there really truly we discuss has something for everyone. So if you're in your twenties thirties forties or fifties. This is like the perfect episode for you lose. Everyone includes I. Don't care who you are what you are where you are this one's for you The one thing we did not discuss which I'm GonNa just segue into myself my sheltie not myself but it's myself too so moving right along I think in my profession another thing that really truly helps slowdown. It's fuller hair as get as we age. Twenty third I lost my her twenties. It sucked and at the end of the day. The Fuller Your Hera no matter what length whether it short medium long it's just lashing its youthful looking. Yep so I'm going to transition now I've been honest and open. I've had I've worked with a couple doctors and I've had a couple you know I've used really expensive stuff as that. Has You know I kind of Segue out of my agreement to try other things. And I didn't want to set myself up for like the three hundred dollar bill every month and I joined and I'm not getting paid hymns and I just thought the Saddam you send it to Tom. It's smells so good. It's good shampoo. Yeah can you the hold it up like even yeah Hymns Yep him shampoo which kind of deactivates the The D. H. T.. In what causes his baldness in an hair loss They also have a phenomenal minoxidil. Which is topical and not from a lot of people are allergic to the foam so so when you see like the The Foam. CVS doesn't work for a lot of people this is just the topical solution which has less quote unquote. It's it's just better for more When there is a gummy situation which is by sandwich? Guys don't always take by then then. There is a gummy bear for. It's just through. Yeah my shelf today is is is wrapping the boys and thicker occur fuller. Hair a your best hair. The possibly have at a very affordable subscription and it. It's I love it it's Keanu. Would it cross you every month. I believe it's like forty nine ninety five for our per product or for all all in Milan and you know a lot of people. There's a a couple different There's a couple of packages a couple of different options. You can actually also add in some erectile dysfunction bills you can add in They have a lot a lot of options. If you have other needs that you want to scream Lee shipped to your door so I I also want to say this because I've seen in New York. I always see now the ads and actually been watching a lot of football. So there's a lot of their running. Hymns is running big promotions right now but if you if you google will it right now I feel like on the subway. Can't remember what the code is. There are discounts off your first order so just Google and I'm sure we can find a coupon code for that. Yeah in ladies for for the men in your life it's a very very easy Add on to the shower. It doesn't like it doesn't take a lot of space he's GonNa go. Oh what's that improbably use is it. It smells great. That just the shampoo alone without the conditioner. My hair is super thick super fall super lush I'm all in. I really like like it. And it's super affordable. Love it Okay we my shelf so going pony and A couple of weeks ago. We've been talking about this. Halloween had a party. My girlfriend when as Arianna Guerande so good ponytail had the huge Vivica a a Fox hare pony extensions and she asked. We were having her makeup done. She has to make up artists. Like how do I keep my ponytail up. All my and the makeup artist said you girl. You stick Bobby Pinson until your head hurts not wrong but when I was doing my point today I remembered. And I've had these forever it's speak goody Coil Coil. Wire Bobby pens and I mean they just you can just screw them right in and and that hold and you really only need one you can do to I think I looked them up on targets. If I can show you super cheap. They're here here they are see can see And let's see it's goody and five bucks for three of them nice mean roundup to sex but who cares at the end of the day like I said they're awesome for like half pat downs. Ben Yep they're great for half up down French twist the pony that's in you just gotTa try it entrust because you can't really describe the security it gives you Yeah it's refreshing. That's not going anywhere. The cheapest face left alive ponytail right. Just pull everything up So our guest today. We've had her on before Dr Robin Game. Rick is she is so smart when it comes to beauty she. He was an educator for almost twenty years at Columbia And now is a practicing. Should board certified dermatologists but she's now practicing at at Union Square laser dermatology right here in New York City and we really wanted to get into this concept of prove

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Trump's Syria Policy Is a Strategic and Political Disaster

Hard Factor

03:20 min | 3 years ago

Trump's Syria Policy Is a Strategic and Political Disaster

"Let's talk about this Syrian disaster so remember last week we talked a lot about how trump was pulling US troops out of Syria because we had defeated totally defeated the Isis Caliphate and everybody already knew that Turkey was going to aide the Kurdish lands we were leaving northern Syria and then they did in fact do that and start you know fighting with the Kurds you guys remember that Yeah that'll happen yeah well Turkey is not stopping Turkey since advanced further into Syria brutally murdering murdering the Kurdish militia who helped the US combat isis in the country while we were there defeating the Caliphate so to make things right president trump enacted a fifty percent steel tariff on Turkey and cancelled ongoing trade negotiations with Turkey that seems like a pretty far cry from the total obliteration of the on that he promised if Turkey did invade Syria well they love their steel will Turkey's still some of the best deal in the world you know they have only structures of St with no like connection of the walls it's just all steel over there it's a fun game I played when I see steel I go and I find I find the manufacturer in Turkey just the big rector guys it's not enough for anybody in Congress because they're expected to get some Turkey sanctions of their own going because they don't think trump is well I think everybody's just mad at trump and Jenner on this would also some EU countries have stopped shipping Turkey weapons after the start of the invasion but like I said come on come on shipping them come on Yeah we love weapons I'm sure I'm sure that take him Turkey and President Erdman seemed completely undeterred by any of that he's dead set on creating his quote unquote safe zone to send a Turkish immigrants into which is basically like a zone right next to Turkey in Syria that he wants to be able to send immigrants to just so happens that that is Kurdish land so he's going to have to exterminate the people there to get the safe zone ironic name it's big safe zone any also needs a safe zone outside of the safe zone so that people aren't too close to the sonorous you gotTa have pretty much yeah a couple layers of safe zone create a killing zone safe zone as a buzzword for genocide careful there's a lot bosses ever talk about it you're the safe zone tons of tons of very restrictive conditions on that safe zone yeah and so basically you know he he's not going to stop he doesn't doesn't seem st the brother and him and you know what maybe Mike Pinson is evangelical buddies are going to be able to negotiate a ceasefire because that's seriously one of the next steps this is like Mike Pence is going over there with pastors to try to sit down with John and Assad now I don't have the Kurds and the Turks and try to figure it out so it's not see having a marriage my we're GONNA have to send more troops over than we had to begin with no no I mean I guess the whole point is to get completely out and and what happens next besides expense going in there and and trying to negotiate a ceasefire Lord willing he will lots of hands on bibles on that trip but what else being a real man over there to another real man Mike Pence

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Pinterest, Zoom Shares Surge in Trading Debuts

CNBC's Fast Money

01:30 min | 3 years ago

Pinterest, Zoom Shares Surge in Trading Debuts

"Kids on the block Pinterest. Zoom soaring in their public debut danger Bose's in San Francisco to break down the action. Both those socks idea and Melissa will big I say pops for both of them Pinterest up. Nearly thirty percent. Zoom soaring. Seventy two percent giving zoom the fourth-best IPO debut of the year behind Silkroad medical shockwave media and Jimmy technologies now between zoom and Pinterest. Investors made about a billion dollars in paper gains today, and that bodes well for the upcoming IPO pipeline this year like Uber who is up next. But remember guys lift to a pop on its first day, though, more subdued at around eight percent only to plunge some twenty five percent since that research from UBS shows that it does take awhile for the market to properly price these companies there are very few unicorns that lose on the very first day. But after five years, a different picture sixty percent of all IPO's actually had negative total returns an only. Very small percent had very good positive returns zoom in pinchers. Of course, very different companies zoom already executing making money and more than doubling revenue last year. So it's seen as the safer more stable play pincher so losing money, but it may represent bigger ambitions and eventually reach a bigger market on that note, guys. Uber of courses up next with billions of dollars in losses and the promise to disrupt a trillion dollar transportation market. So how Pinson lift on one hand money losers? And how zoom profitable on the other hand trade in the weeks leading up to that IPO will give us some clues on how public markets might receive Uber

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Feds charge ex-con for posing as missing boy Timmothy Pitzen

Killer Innovations

00:24 sec | 3 years ago

Feds charge ex-con for posing as missing boy Timmothy Pitzen

"Ammann's claim to be an Illinois boy who disappeared eight years ago was a hoax DNA test results dash hopes that the mystery had finally been solved according to a police report. The man who claimed to be Timothy picks in is actually twenty three year old Brian Michael Rennie, rainy said he had escaped to kidnappers who had been holding him for seven years. Pinson advantage in twenty eleven and eight six after his mother committed

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An Interview with Peter Gabriel

What It Takes

05:56 min | 3 years ago

An Interview with Peter Gabriel

"That. One of the first obstacles Peter Gabriel had to overcome on his way to start him was the disapproval of that fancy boarding school where he and his classmates formed Genesis. So guys. The sheet. Though benny. He talked about the band's somewhat subversive beginnings during his interview with Mary Jordan for the academy of chievements in two thousand eighteen there was a lot of discussion about whether we should continue with music in those other school. Now would be very proud of Genesis history. They want very supportive they sort of total rated a rogue group. And remember, my grandmother was told not to carry on playing and mixing with this reputable types. And so this was something that for us was really important because it was not quite Tom Brown's schooldays, but it was a formal English cool with discipline. Not a lot of compassion and the tighter the discipline the moon human nature wants to. Rebel against it. So music was alway in those film, Lindsay Anderson cold if which sort of catch it, I think the emotion of the experience stand up dresses Dresses you. you. Something indecent about you. Try to the way you slide about you think we'd unnoticed with your hands in your pockets the way you just sit looking at everyone you have become a danger to the morale of the whole house. You can take that cheap. It'll grin feel knife. The movie if is an icon of British counterculture, and it actually came out the very year. Genesis put out there. I Alba nineteen sixty eight they produced it during their summer break from school and called the album from Genesis to revelation. But the joke was lost on record stores that placed it in the religious music Benz. It would take a few more years for Genesis to break. Did you yourself as a songwriter or a singer? I so myself as the drama I and some writer. Yeah, we were planning to be summarizes. We didn't really want to be a group. The harsh reality of dreams of writing hits. Is that no one is interested in recruiting? So. We had to stop playing themselves. And then that evolved we in at wanted to explore different types of music. You know, it was the beginning of the sixties and. Merging different styles seem to us to be exciting thing and revolution Rian. So that's what we were trying to do. They were called folk blues mystical or progressive rock, sometimes art house rock did anyone influence you in songwriting music. So many people, you know, I think you instinctively absorbed from whatever you're hearing. You know, which is why my ten year is DeJean away to school. So if my next record sounds like Justin Bieber, you know, what? But it was arm be blues. So and the beat boom, you know, the Beatles were I was thirteen in ninety sixty three when I had love me do on the radio in the back of my parents call and I it's people don't think of the Beatles as sort of rough and revolutionary, but at that time, it was also of shelling by seeing sweet sounding songs and this rough tough ban sound in love me. Do was very very different love love meeting. Yeah. So please, please me was what the fest record our boat with my pocket money. But Otis Redding was the king for me. And I was lucky enough at seventeen to. To go down to the ram jam club in Brixton here on to a maybe three white faces that was the best gig of my life still to this day. Well, it was like the sun coming out just this womb. And then this amazing voice band generosity. You know? I mean Springsteen gives a ton when he performs, but but Otis Pinson. In my opinion. So it was just. Something else. I mean, I guess I was right. You know, I think what hits us hard. When was seventeen stays with us for life. And that was that was it

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Timmothy Pitzen's father says hoax was like 'ripping off a scab'

America Trends

00:41 sec | 3 years ago

Timmothy Pitzen's father says hoax was like 'ripping off a scab'

"James pits in the father of the missing boy Timothy Pinson says the moment he found out that a man that was claiming to be his missing son made the whole story up was similar to ripping off a scab on Friday Twenty-three-year-old, Brian Michael Rennie was charged with lying to a federal agent in an interview with NBC news. Mr. Pinson says quote, it's just painful adding that now you've got to wait for the scab to heal. Again. Timothy pitch and disappeared eight years ago in Illinois at the age of six some are hopeful that the publicity that the case has now received in recent days will result in some new leads to find little Timothy Pinson

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Teen says he is Illinois child missing for eight years

Eddie and Rocky

00:21 sec | 3 years ago

Teen says he is Illinois child missing for eight years

"Dot com. Police in Aurora Illinois are sending detectives to the tri-state to investigate a missing child report that could involve a boy who disappeared in twenty eleven teen in Newport today reportedly claimed that he is Timothy pits in any recently escaped from kidnappers Timothy Pinson is a child who disappeared after his mother's suicide in Illinois years ago federal agents

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Bloomberg, Roger Stone And Davidson Shabazz Napier discussed on Bloomberg Opinion

Bloomberg Opinion

00:17 sec | 3 years ago

Bloomberg, Roger Stone And Davidson Shabazz Napier discussed on Bloomberg Opinion

"Deal. Former Trump adviser Roger stone says he believes his arrest in the special counsels. Russia probe was politically motivated, and he's failing to plead not guilty and fight the charges. Stone has now been charged with witness tampering. Obstruction in line. The congress US stocks finished broadly higher on Friday as tech companies jump to other companies that stand to benefit from faster economic growth. They can dust drills retailers also grows. I'm barton. Now this Bloomberg sports update. Theo Pinson, Davidson Shabazz Napier carried a nets bench that dominated the next even without Spencer Dinwiddie and the nets beat the next at the Barclays center one zero nine ninety nine for their sixth straight win. Pinson on the two way contracts. Scored a career-high nineteen points Davis seventeen points and sixteen rebounds. Napier at eighteen is the nets reserves turned around and then ran away with the game, even without Dinwiddie. There are six men who has torn ligaments in his right bummed. Trey Burke, scored twenty five points of online had a career high twenty two points and thirteen rebounds for the visiting Knicks. The next have now lost eight in a row in twenty one of their last twenty three National Hockey League in the midst of their all-star game break the all star game to be played later this evening on San Jose local college basketball, the victory for I ONA, they defeat writers seventy seven seventy one Quinnipiac over Marissa ninety two seventy eight in the Ivy league was yield seventy nine Brown's seventy one. Nobody joke that Jesus booked a spot in Sunday's men's final of the Australian Open with a dominant straight-set win over Frenchman. Lucas poli the world's number one job of its next faces Nidal and a rematch of the two thousand twelve final. Justin, Rose, six hundred sixty six that gave him a three shot lead going into the weekend at the farmers insurance. Open in San Diego. Tiger Woods was eleven shots behind after failing again to make enough putts. He shot another seventy well making another move to bolster their bullpen amounts of agreed to a ten million dollar two year contract with free agent. Left-hander? Justin Wilson, Mike Mussina has elected not to have a team logo on his hall of fame plaque in Cooperstown museum pitch ten years in Baltimore and finished his career with eight seasons in a Yankees uniform and football news. The National Football League's all time leading scorer will be back for at least one more season as the Indianapolis Colts have resigned kicker Adam Vinatieri to a one year contract. The forty six year old will play a twenty four th season. With a Bloomberg. Sports update. I'm Tom Rogers. This is Bloomberg opinion on Bloomberg radio. Bring you news comments and insights from Bloomberg opinions worldwide team of editors and columnists. I'm June Grasso. Coming up on the show. The reason Republicans fell in love with tax cuts. Plus, how retailers are struggling to understand tech? But first drugmakers ushered in the

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