35 Burst results for "Plank"
The 5 Minute Core Shredding Workout
"So let's get right into it. The first exercise is drum. Roll mountain climbers. Yeah baby this one's oldie but a good you know if you've never done mountain climbers you don't know what you're missing so you start off in a plane position shoulder stacked over hands your ads tight but down a once you're set you're in that position ready to go. Bring your knees toward your chess. One at a time and then back to the starting position back to that plank position you wanna get a nice controlled movement you know one leg tie from the starting plank position to the ending knee in your chest position you know. Think of it as a plank march if you will you know that's the motion. It's kind of like a marching motion you know. Obviously you're in that plane but the legs are going to be kind of like a marching motion. But of course you'll want to take it up a not so don't slack too much. You wanna take that speed up so you actually get a good burn. And i found that a good rhythm for this is somewhere in the two knees per second realm like somewhere in that vicinity. If you will you know so so as count one. Mississippi two mississippi each mississippi. You'll want to knees left. Then right boom you know. Easy peasy as gives you all the workout at almost zero impact. The second exercise in the core shredding routine is the alternating leg lower with a hip lift. So heck is all about. This is one of the compound type of moves where you're working multiple muscle groups at once it also test your coordination really you know so here. In this exercise you start by laying down on your back easy right then hot both legs straight up in the air and alternate bringing one leg down towards the ground at a time and when you bring that lower leg back up. Lift your hips when you reach the top pretty simple. Actually if you need a little extra lower back support and place your hands and a little lake. Diamond shape under your. But that's what i do actually gives me a little more support. And and i personally found that i can leverage that support and get really tight. Isolated moves to really work the muscles in that area. You know super simple exercise but super duper results for
Ancient Siberian Cave Hosted Neanderthals, Denisovans, and Modern Humans
"As Diet Denisova. Apparently hosted everybody. It's like been a an Airbnb for All kinds of different eras. Denisova ins as they call them, it looks like Neanderthals. Modern humans, Denisova ins all at the same time, well, maybe because one of the things they said among the eight human fossils, they said, are the pinky and three bones from Neanderthals. Even even One from a child with one Neanderthal parent and one den, a Sovann parent, so maybe they were mixing breeds in there. The cave also contains sophisticated stone tools and jewelry at higher later levels, but no modern human fossils have been found there. That that at least gives them the idea. They said. Of course, eight fossils isn't much to go on. But they lay in the civil graduated. The Max Plank Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology teamed up with Russian researchers to figure out what the DNA was within those bone samples and to see if there was any present in the soils of what they say is a three chamber cave. They found jewelry. In some of the
Rep. Andy Biggs on the Fight to Stop Teaching Critical Race Theory
"Left with the critical race theory. I'm happy to see that this is generated kind of tea party part you know, part do this is I haven't seen such energy in the Republican Party to fight such an evil, pernicious doctor doctrine. I haven't seen it since the tea party congressman. It's because Americans aren't stupid. They don't want their kids being taught to be racist. They want their kids to judge people by who they are in their character, not the content of the skin. Are you seeing a similar effort? Up on the hill, a solidified Republican party saying Nope. We're not doing that. Yes, I am. I mean, there's probably a dozen or more pieces of legislation from Republicans. There's probably 20 letters to the administration and officials trying To make clear that they're walking off the plank. And I think what you're getting is some of the moderate Democrats are responding that and they see they feel the pressure. They feel the pressure from the base of America, which is center right? Who loved the country who think we are a great country and where we have flaws. We can correct them and become an even better country. That's what we see. And it's powerful and it is burst on the scene. Some of us have been watching that for 15 years or more. But it burst on the scene because Covid forced it out into the open with these school closures in the home school enemies, these teachers unions So so yes, then It's powerful, even in Washington, D C.
Receivers to Target in the Late Rounds of your Dynasty Rookie Draft - burst 04
"Turnaround. Flip them for profit moving onto the next guy who ran five picks later in the nineteenth pick of the guy that i am super high on. Its the army brown from north carolina. Going to the washington football team and let me tell you why i like damn brown. The rebound has six one. One hundred eighty nine pounds of has pretty ideal size for receiver but and north carolina. he had to terrific seasons. He's past two seasons in twenty twenty. He had fifty five catches for one thousand ninety nine yards and the twenty nine thousand nine hundred fifty one catches for one thousand three hundred four forty nine yards and oh by the way throughout. He had twelve touchdowns in his sophomore year in towns in his junior. This is pretty impressive. Because i'm not sure if the North carolina has had great quarterback play particularly either. It is not. I'm not super familiar with a north carolina. The program but how how how should be the number one pick probably next year so they. They've had a pretty good quarterback he's other classmate that's right. I did hear about how so okay. They did have how but anyway. A guy putting up static this two years as Sophomore and junior. And he's doing this by the way with fifty one and fifth in fifty five receptions so it's not like he's getting a ton of targets he's maximizing opportunities putting up staff that are up there with with the top of the top and so this is a guy that You could argue count. Wise in what he's produced typically makes him atop success in receiver in this class. But oh by the way. He's fallen into the third round. Now the draft and he's actually ending up in a landing spot better than the guys that went before him because the washington football team they have terry maclaurin but do they have a number two receiver. No the don't cam. Sims is not going to cut it. Let's let's be real here for second. Kempson is not going to cut this guy who's going to step in right away and be the number two receiver so if anything. I can see this guy having a top five season as far as rookie receivers this this upcoming season because there is such an immediate chance for brown shine. I loved the town. And i love the situation. So both those things matchup for me and ryan patrick in their offense while just knowing ryan fitzpatrick. He's a guy who likes to sling the ball He's not free for big throws and yami brown is a guy that could be a target while so this is an the situation to really like especially in the strip term but i think his talent overall what is what will help him. Secure the number two role for washington in the long term. You did forget. Courtesy meals with their in the offseason. Curtis samuel okay. yes courtesy. You might be the number two receiver. But i'm not. I'm not saying that kurdistan wills a lot in geometry breath. If i think those are two big comparable players and the down brown can still end up. Overtaken curtis samuel for the number two role because it's not like samuels established in washington. Anyway he's gonna they're gonna walk on equal playing fields if anything. Yeah to co plank. Roads honestly yeah. So i mean i you know how high was on diane. Be brian i think i was probably than anybody else in the industry pre-draft in you know the fact that he didn't get a super high draft capital. I think a lot of people would just never really caught up to where the hype was going was headed towards So now he kinda ended up back back to where he's at. I know you said you saw them. You know at the beginning of the third round in. I'm in motion address. At pretty much where i got him every draft. You know there was two guys. I walked away with almost in every draft i. It was karen's marshall because if he was following the second taking them and diani bryant third. I was taking him no matter what and wasn't trained. Now those picks and i wasn't moving up or down at sticking with it. So i ended up with jami round maybe beating my number one player at of all my dynasty leaks. So you know. I'm i'm really high. I think there's a lot of potential to proprietor curse. Amiel i do think we'll we'll out touch him for sure year. One you know. But terry mccaren is another guy you know. He did not have first round draft capital as a rookie. So he's only got a couple of years left before they have to really choose on renewing his contract whether they wanna pay him if they view him to be a. You know an elite receiver that they wanna pay top ten top twenty money. They might just let him walk. You know and if that's the case the brown is almost a cologne terry records. You know he. He averaged over twenty yards a catch with a lot of volume in college. Which is one of. it's got to be one. The highest of abo scouted and You know the way he wins is he. Wins deep wins. He's a burner he gets out feel and i think there's actually a lot of room for him to grow because didn't see him run a really complex route tree and north carolina. They didn't ask them to you. Know and as kirsten says you know why why would the team tell him to do something different and teach them other rouse when when he consistently wins for twenty on the field every time you know. They don't need them to do that but an nfl. He probably has higher upside now because he can still learn. The trees like we saw with decay metcalf in some other like a jay brown. You know the same knock on metcalf was he. He only ran Slants down the in the Mississippi offense coming out of college and look how that turned out you know now. He's one of the better route runners in the entire league to mix with the athletes athletic ability. So i really liked the army brown. And i think that You know if you're getting him in the late second and early dirty of your rookie drafts. I think you're you're walking away with one of their players in the draft. One of the guys that we both really like. You can expect for geometry brown to produce put up some big
The Case Of The Murdered Jewess
"We now lay before the reader. A full account of a shocking murder that of miss sarah alexander the beautiful polish jewess. Who was foully murdered in an east new york cornfield. The crime was one of the most shocking that has ever occurred in the metropolis or its vicinity. Cousin of the dead girl to whom she was very much attached was arrested and the discovered fact of her near maternity coupled with the expected arrival of the prisoner's wife from germany furnished. The only clue there was to the horrible deed. Eddie thank you so much for joining me today. Thanks for having their happy to be here. So we're talking about some murder. Pamphlets there were four that were published about the case of pesach. Rubinstein were featuring two of them. These pamphlets were type of pulp literature. They've been around for a long time and were especially popular in the nineteenth century. Tell us more about them. These were mostly eight to sixteen page pamphlets that were often illustrated and described typically in lurid detail well-known murders that took place in the united states. Obviously the time. There's no radio. Tv internet print media is the only thing available and some of them are. I guess you could say enhanced. Sometimes the writers make things up both were pale with lips compressed and is haggard and as they halted and looked at each other their hearts appeared to be like open books every feeling every emotion could be read. She had a knife with which her own life blood was to be. Shed thrust into her bosom and drawing it fourth. She held it toward her companion. He trembled violently. His knees smote together and he was altogether like a man intoxicated. It's obvious these pamphlets were not written by people who knew about jewish beliefs and practices. They contain some false information. They show a lack of knowledge of how jews live and worship. What's an example of this. One of them shows him preying on his hands and knees with his hands clasped before him. So this is obviously how a christian praise and not at all. How a jew praise our artist has graphically sketched him while at prayer and from the illustration a better idea can be gained than any description can give. Now that we've heard about the pamphlets can you give us a detailed overview of the story contained within the particular ones were exploring in eighteen. Seventy five a body was found in a field in east new york. East new yorkers in brooklyn and at the time and eighteen seventy five. It was a far. Now it's not on december fourteen. He found the body of a woman in a cornfield on the ground behind a stack of corn. These stacks were at the lower end of the field near the fence. The farthest off from the plank road. There was a shawl lying by the side of the body. The corpse was about two feet from the base of the corn stack. The body lay on the back and was all cut about the neck win. This went and informed. Mr wessel who in company two other men went and viewed it farmhand had her and he went to the police and told them they came investigated. Took the body away to the morgue. They know who was there had been no reports of anyone missing in brooklyn and so they chose to do so. This person must from manhattan. The police were puzzled. No report had been received of any late disappearance from the neighborhood. Nevertheless the region was scoured. All during tuesday afternoon and evening. The police station was thronged and officers. Say that not less than two thousand persons saw the body no one could identify it and the conclusion was arrived at that. She was a stranger in the village. So what they did was. They put an advertisement in a newspaper which was actually very common at the time claiming that a body had been found and they wrote a description of it now at the same time a woman who worked for a particular family on the lower side had gone missing. Her name was. Sarah alexander at her brother went to the rubinstein family where she worked and he said you know. Have you seen sarah. She didn't come home from work yesterday and they said no she was here until such a time and then she left. We haven't seen her since so her brother. Put an ad in the newspaper looking for missing person and describing her the new york sun december fourteenth eighteen. Seventy five a girl missing since the afternoon of the twelfth age. Seventeen years stout middle height face dark dressed in a light colored dress with the black over skirt striped shawl small gold earrings with red stones. Any information will be received by. J p alexander number thirty essex street coincidentally. The two advertisements appeared on the same page in the same paper and they describe the same person. The father of the rubinstein family happened to get that paper. He saw the advertisements and he went to the police station. Ad said that girl is sarah alexander of number thirty essex street. She was a good religious girl. She did not stay away from home and if she was murdered away out there. Some ruffians must have dragged her away so the police came to the home and began to interview everyone to find out where she had last been seen and while they were entering everyone. One of the sons came in. His name was pace off rubinstein on monday. The sun with great perturbation of manner told them that he had had a dream the previous night. He dreamed that. Sarah alexander was lying murdered alongside of corn stalks ten miles outside of the city. She was murdered by an italian and the knife was close beside her. She wants me to bury her. He said
Historic Covered Bridge Linking New Hampshire, Vermont To Undergo Repairs
"Repairs or planned to start next month on a historic covered bridge between the Granite State and Vermont. The New Hampshire Department of Transportation plans to replace several warn deck planks on the end of the Cornish Windsor covered bridge. They're starting that project on January, 4th and the bridge will be closed to traffic for one week from 7 A.m. to 3 P.m.. And for the next four weeks after drivers drivers will use one lane of alternating traffic and the repairs that should be done in early February. It
Mysterious monolith appears in Newnan
"Move on finely chelsea at the manila. Just tell us out. The art world has reacted to the appearance of this enormous metal block in the utah test at first. The world responded in a sort of excited and generous way. So i think this thing appeared. It was spotted by a helicopter. That was being some environmentalists. These guys were counting bighorn. Sheep in the utah desert and spotted this. I think it's about twelve foot. High shiny metal monolith there amongst the red rocks and for a while. It was exciting. Because i think there was. There was some intimation that might be a an unknown work. By the great scope to joan mccracken. He created his planks in his columns. These great shiny minimalist objects. Which have this have a mystical power to stand in front of them. They sort of reflect you but you kind of lose yourself in them and so everybody was very excited about that quite quickly. he's gallery said we're actually no. It's not by him. He's got rivets on he'd never vs rivets and things like this and then they sort of all these sorts of other events these other molesters appearing in the art will very bored very quickly. And i think that's where we are right now. They keep appearing not. I did a quick google search and this another monolith has appeared somewhere else and it was olive white. Various the world romania months left right and center. But everybody's going to be with you think whoever's doing it to stop
Christmas in Holland
"Let's start with what the holidays were like growing up in the netherlands. That's where lisbeth enhanced was born and raised. Thank you said. I should go on radio. Yeah i think so. I'd love to hear what. Christmas is like in your memory. Let's pretend your five year old girl in small town in the netherlands and christmas eve what do you what did you just do. What's happening tonight. And what happens tomorrow. Oh well you see for us. Christmas was really a family. Feast because probably you know in the netherlands. Originally we never had gifts at christmas. It was the real religious holiday and a family holiday. In my case. I remember my mother started. Prepare the house to decorate it and she had little planks and we put mawson eat with a wire and then we put all kind of green leaves like hawley and other little objects to decorate the house and we fixed it on the wall and we put it on the table and then of course we made the wreath for the front door and then you were hoping it would be snowing on the right day. Because i remember the connie fear the big tree in our garden when there was snow on each and my father would put lights that was magic and then just before christmas. My mother came up with the real christmas tree. And you know when. I was really very young. We had real candles but the clip ons real candidates under the tree inside the house yes and there was a white sheet on the floor to protect the four and then there was a basket with water in case the tree would be set on fire so it was only allowed to light the candles when daddy nami were there and we hardly moved of course because there could be a fire but it was magic to see all these flames burning and then we got it a beautiful dog and it was too dangerous so we had to put electric lights but it was still very nice now for a little child. Who is there a santa claus figure that brings the gifts that seat because christmas without presents because our santa claus is called sinter glass and he has his birthday on the sixth of december. So that is the real exciting. Feast for gifts. And i really. I would be willing to set up an association to save that son abrasion. Because i think it's the most beautiful feast in the world. Why well first of all as a child. You believe in santa claus. He is bishop coming from spain on the big ship with his assistance. Who are black pitas. They are funny dressed and are doing funny things at croats. They are little bit naughty. And you're scared of him because he is the one who could eventually put you in the sack if you hadn't been a nice job but year cintas class is keeping book and he's writing in the book if you were good or bad sell. It is very well organized into netherlands because about three weeks before the six of december which is his birthday. He officially arrived on the big ship in amsterdam and this is transmitted on television. So you are looking at it because you know once. He's in the country. Your parents will allow you to put your old shoe at the chimney. Of course many people had central heating of a problem. But you find a solution you put your shoe in front of the door or whatever anyway. Some problems for a child to believe in san nikolas because one hour later after yet seen him arriving on television in amsterdam. He's arriving in your village as well and so you say to mother. How is that possible. So then she usually explains you while there is the real warm and he has assistance because there are so many children like you. The real one cannot cope with all that
Brexit: what would no deal mean for the art market?
"I'm joined by two experts to discuss where we are with brexit and how it will affect the market and for this episode work of the week the curators never wakefield tells us about the planks made by john mccracken. You suddenly gained a new audience because he was initially remained to be behind that shiny monolith in the utah desert before that. The holidays are two weeks away so why not gift. A subscription to the newspaper you can save up to forty percent when you buy a subscription for a friend colleague or indeed for yourself between the digital only subscription full and immediate access to a website an app or the complete subscription all the benefits of the digital only subscription plus the monthly printed newspaper delivered direct to. You do go to the art newspaper. Dot com and click on the subscribe. Link the top left of the page now despite the coronavirus pandemic the uk Fast to its intention to strike a trade deal with the european union by the end of twenty twenty so talks intensified over recent weeks but at the time of recording no deal has been struck and the uk and remain far apart according to us your phone delay and the president of the european commission the worst case scenario unless you a hard line. Brexit camp owner is deal and that remains a possibility but how autrey be affected to find out i asked the writer and art market specialist ivan question and former. Mvp current chief executive of the british chamber of commerce in brussels daniel donaldson daniel before we talk specifically about the art trade and brexit's effects. Let's let let's get a state of play. Where do you see the negotiations now. Well i'm actually still pretty positive. I think actually more or less the deal is done. The question now is how will that date is choreographed. On both sides of the channel to ensure the politically they can get through on both sides. So i actually think the deal was probably more or less agreed at the start of the week. The question now is the uk gay some concessions on northern ireland earlier in the week. I think that was the first stage. The prime minister met with commissioner of on the land on wednesday night. And i think that also was the next stage of of Of this i think you will find that. The eu will grant some concessions on the level playing field over the weekend and the uk will grant some concessions on fish. I'm then. I think we will more or less dale semi. That's the feeling that the Getting in brussels now this could all still Blow up You know the politics of this is still very very delicate. But i think contrary probably what you you see in in some of the media online. Pretty confident that we're still on course for a deal early next week. What do you make these contingency announcements from the that. We're talking on thursday lunchtime in the uk and this morning. The have set out some some aspects of sort of contingency planning. I suppose the portents of that suggests that that no deal was more likely but do you think that's a bit of a smokescreen. Then i think the you is just covering it. It's back because it did the same thing before march last year when when there was the first deadline anthony e you needs to make sure from its point of view that certain things can continue in the case of no deal so for example. Airline routes can continue. Some of these sort of things need to be done so these are more or less the same contingency measures that they put in place just over a year ago when we had that first potential Deal situation. i'm i do think also that You know given the fact that this is going roy down to the wire at this puts a little bit more pressure on the uk to make sure that you know if they were gonna be concessions made. They need to be made very soon. Okay i've what do you think the chief concerns of the art trade are what what information do they need. And what guarantees. They need for this to be something that will stop panic and allow them to continue to trade in the way that they would like to. So i've actually been speaking to people on the ground on what we've been getting a lot. Actually in the market media is A lot of detailed from trade associations and from lawyers and shippers. And that's what we haven't been getting is what is happening on the ground. How do people feel so. That's what i've been focusing on and actually the biggest thing is obviously uncertainty. The most interesting thing to me was. I couldn't find any panic anywhere
Sabrina Orah Mark Writes Into Brokenness
"Writer and poet. Sabrina or a mark likes to describe her stories as having little poems folded up inside of them. She publishes monthly essays loosely based on motherhood and fairytales in the literary journal the paris review. Here's the opening of her november essay. You break it. We fix it. I am inside. you break it. We fix it holding my son shattered. I-ipad hello i call out. No one answers. The counter glows white and the walls are empty. Hello hello. I wait a few minutes before calling out again. One minute says a raspy voice from the back of the store hopes swells in my chest. Here we comes. We will fix said i hold up the broken screen so we can see it on a little shard of glass. Trump's the floor with a plank. Yeah we says you know what i ask. We says the soldering work required would more than a new ipad. We says it would take weeks possibly months. Sabrina began writing this essay in the weeks leading up to the presidential election. She published it after the election when the sitting president and a large percentage of his allies still refused to accept the decisive results. Oh the next week. I returned. You break it. We fix it with a whole entire country. It's heavy but i managed to carry it through the parking lot leaving behind a trail of seeds in the crisp sent of democracy and something that smells like blood or dirt across. It is a growing crack. A trial too young to be alone is out in front holding a broken country to store is gone out of business as the child. I shift the country to one arm and tried appear in. But it's shuddered and dark. Told you says the child out of business. I text my husband. You break it we fix. It is closed. I've come here for nothing again. The texture of sabrina 's essays is a rich. We've of fairytales politics. The past and her children's voices. Sabrina joins us for the fourth. In our four part series on creativity in the global pandemic. We started off talking about how she's managing to find the time to write with two young kids. At home she drew parallels between the ways that motherhood and quarantine have shaped her creative process right now. we're home schooling. And so there's this. I mean it's it's it's a packed house like twenty four seven and there is like the endless ness of like of things everywhere and snacks and then trying to ride. And then you know I do feel like. I've been working harder than i've ever worked in my entire life like you know since march like because you just have to grab the pieces of time where you can find it. It was funny because i was homeschooling. You know all day long like all day and at one point i just it was like from four to five i just i climbed into my bed and just like sat there with like staring at a wall at five o'clock my signs come into my room and they're like you forgot about us like what do you mean i forgot about you like how could i forget like it was like a whole hour went by you know like where i wasn't just right i was. Yeah you write about your kids a lot and their voices creep into your writing sometimes in unexpected ways. Which is one of the things that i really love about your writing so just to back up a little bit. You've said that after you had children the form that you're writing took changed after. I had kids. Is i think in many ways like i became more porous like i allowed. I had to allow more of the world and and it was right around that time where In many ways my prose poems started sort of growing and growing and growing part of it was just time. Because i couldn't like live inside of a single poem. I used to write these prose poems. In the instance of lake hermetically sealed likes Boxes and spaces of time. And i couldn't do that anymore after i had kids. And so would sort of just keep returning and returning and returning to my writing and then it would kind of get bigger and longer and stranger and more porous and there was more interruptions and then in many ways my palm started turning into stories and then with these essays. Even more of the world's i think started coming in And i really believe in some crossing. John rouse and having things blurb because i do think that you know fiction will leak into reality and reality leaks into affection and i don't really believe in like you know the the strict border between between john or as For myself creatively lake. I need to sort of move back and forth in that fluid way. It's really interesting that you connect that with having children. Yeah i used to be able to like work in these. These of yeah on interrupted Spaces and then the interruptions actually ended up really feeling like like a gift you know. And that's sort of something. I've been thinking a lot lately. Just you know inside of a. You know these last seven months of That that in certain ways like a lot what we lose often. You know We gain in these other places Like i'm trying really hard to find those places where like the thing that feels like a loss is not really a loss. And i'll give you an example like i'm teaching A class in poland's on on zoom and one of my students is disabled and she was talking about how you know. Normally these students are all Brought onto a university campus in the states and in a millionaire. She never would have been able to participate in this program. And she said you know Your captivity like when the world's closed for you the world opened up for the first time for me. And i would never have been able to meet her otherwise i would never have been able to know her and know her writing and hear her voice and mike see her. You know and when i moved all of my classes that i teach online. I thought like oh god. I don't wanna teach these workshops online. I love sort of the intimacy of the classroom that i've created an ideal but i think that like i held onto this idea of how things are supposed to be all of the time like so intensely that had i not been forced into this like other space. I would never have known this. You know what. I wasn't seeing Like why did i ever offered classes online before thinking about like you know people who for a million different reasons like wouldn't be able to get semi to a classroom. It was like the perfect moment of like what we loses. What we gain
Sabrina Orah Mark Writes Into Brokenness
"I am inside. you break it. We fix it holding my son shattered. I-ipad hello i call out. No one answers. The counter glows white and the walls are empty. Hello hello. I wait a few minutes before calling out again. One minute says a raspy voice from the back of the store hopes swells in my chest. Here we comes. We will fix said i hold up the broken screen so we can see it on a little shard of glass. Trump's the floor with a plank. Yeah we says you know what i ask. We says the soldering work required would more than a new ipad. We says it would take weeks possibly months. Sabrina began writing this essay in the weeks leading up to the presidential election. She published it after the election when the sitting president and a large percentage of his allies still refused to accept the decisive results. Oh the next week. I returned. You break it. We fix it with a whole entire country. It's heavy but i managed to carry it through the parking lot leaving behind a trail of seeds in the crisp sent of democracy and something that smells like blood or dirt across. It is a growing crack. A trial too young to be alone is out in front holding a broken country to store is gone out of business as the child. I shift the country to one arm and tried appear in. But it's shuddered and dark. Told you says the child out of business. I text my husband. You break it we fix. It is closed. I've come here for nothing again. The texture of sabrina 's essays is a rich. We've of fairytales politics. The past and her children's voices. Sabrina joins us for the fourth. In our four part series on creativity in the global pandemic. We started off talking about how she's managing to find the time to write with two young kids. At home she drew parallels between the ways that motherhood and quarantine have shaped her creative process right now. we're home schooling. And so there's this. I mean it's it's it's a packed house like twenty four seven and there is like the endless ness of like of things everywhere and snacks and then trying to ride. And then you know I do feel like. I've been working harder than i've ever worked in my entire life like you know since march like because you just have to grab the pieces of time where you can find it. It was funny because i was homeschooling. You know all day long like all day and at one point i just it was like from four to five i just i climbed into my bed and just like sat there with like staring at a wall at five o'clock my signs come into my room and they're like you forgot about us like what do you mean i forgot about you like how could i forget like it was like a whole hour went by you know like where i wasn't just right i was. Yeah you write about your kids a lot and their voices creep into your writing sometimes in unexpected ways. Which is one of the things that i really love about your writing so just to back up a little bit. You've said that after you had children the form that you're writing took changed after. I had kids. Is i think in many ways like i became more porous like i allowed. I had to allow more of the world and and it was right around that time where In many ways my prose poems started sort of growing and growing and growing part of it was just time. Because i couldn't like live inside of a single poem. I used to write these prose poems. In the instance of lake hermetically sealed likes Boxes and spaces of time. And i couldn't do that anymore after i had kids. And so would sort of just keep returning and returning and returning to my writing and then it would kind of get bigger and longer and stranger and more porous and there was more interruptions and then in many ways my palm started turning into stories and then with these essays. Even more of the world's i think started coming in And i really believe in some crossing. John rouse and having things blurb because i do think that you know fiction will leak into reality and reality leaks into affection and i don't really believe in like you know the the strict border between between john or as For myself creatively lake. I need to sort of move back and forth in that fluid way.
Mysterious monolith discovered in Utah desert
"A mysterious object resembling the free standing plank sculptures of the late minimalist artist. Joan mccracken or the alien monoliths in stanley kubrick's sci-fi classic. Two thousand one space odyssey has been discovered in a remote area of the utah desert prompting theories ranging from extraterrestrial visitation to avocado installation biologists from the utah. Division of wildlife spotted. The monolith from a helicopter welcomed up during a routine count of bighorn sheep in the area. The location of melissa has not been disclosed but the footage shiny object in store within a red rock canyon suggested that live somewhere in southern utah which has distinct ecological landscape
Phone addiction not driven by notifications, study finds
"All right. Let's talk a little more about why you're always picking up your cell phone scott. Some subsides right studies. That's good because i've been wondering what the heck i'm doing a study of smartphone use by the london. School of economics and political science found that eighty nine percent of phone. Interactions were unprompted while the remaining eleven percent were because of notification so some people just picking up the phone to look at it thirty seven percent. Sorry thirty seven participants in the study in the uk. Germany and france were cameras to record their phone. Interactions users spent less time their phone when they were home with other people and the most time when in public transport trains that sort of stuff. The study indicates more research is needed about why people interact with their phones. And how fascinating. The common sense is that. It's all those notifications you get you get barraged with your notifications. Just turn off your notifications reduce your screen time. Apparently not this to me this this entire thing. Mimics my cova lockdown time. I took my time from march until now has been marked with these moments of me going. Why am i looking at my phone again. What am i doing here. I don't need to be here and not because of some notification. Still get those. But it's usually maybe you on slack or it's you know somebody else my mom trying to get a hold of me or something like that and i'll respond to those but most of the time it's just megan. The world's weird. I'm kinda tired. And i think tick tock will take my mind off of it and it's a lot of those interactions way more than before march for me. So more study is needed as a obviously. But i'm really curious about how this how this all pans out if they talked more people around the world. I'm a minimal notification person in fact there are lots of apps that will send me a notification. Every once in a while. I make what to. How did i not turn that often settings already like and i go in and no you don't need to you don't need to ping me about this sort of thing. I'll i will come to you if i want to. But i have found. We've talked about this on the show before because the whole smartphone mobile phone mobile device. Anything that is easy on the go is just not something. I need all that often. I mean sure. If i'm at the dog park i might look at my phone and just make sure i'm not missing anything but i don't really go anywhere so when i'm at home. The phones always near me. You know it's rings but then you know. My laptop brings to on face time i. I'm using my laptop. Almost exclusively even something like talk. I look at my for you page on my laptop because there's just more area and it's easier to it and all my messages. Are there anyway and there are very few things that i can't do on my laptop that i feel like on a regular basis and i don't think that that's just oh because i i don't leave the house anymore. I am now just so less. Used to be an on the go being in transit for example. You know someone's standing on the subway forty-five minutes. Yeah you're going to be looking at your phone now. I'm so not used to it that now. I'm sort of like. I don't look at that. It's just a smaller version of my computer. I don't do notifications ver. I very much limit notifications myself. But i still use my phone a lot so i think what the study is showing is that people don't realize when when they're picking up their phone they're picking it up absent mindedly. A few study participants were were kind of shocked when they looked at the video. And like. I don't remember doing that. I don't remember picking up the phone. I don't remember why did it There's been some other studies that show that psychologically when the phone is in the room with you even if you're not looking at it you think about it it reduces your attention level on other things because it's kind of pulling at you. This is another another study in those planks of what in effect phones are having on. Our mental state at the word addiction gets thrown around a lot. And i'm not sure if it's exactly appropriate or not because it carries a whole lot of clinical meetings. That are complex. But there's certainly a poll to having that phone there and this is another study that shows that
Phone addiction not driven by notifications, study finds
"Let's talk a little more about why you're always picking up your cell phone. Scott some subsizes right studies. That's good because i've been wondering what the heck i'm doing a study of smartphone use by the london. School of economics and political science found that eighty nine percent of phone. Interactions were unprompted while the remaining eleven percent were because of notification so just picking up the phone to look at it thirty seven percent sorry thirty seven participants in the study in the uk. Germany and france were cameras to record their phone. Interactions users spent less time their phone when they were home with other people and the most time when in public transport trains that sort of stuff. The study indicates more research is needed about why people interact with their phones. And how fascinating. The common sense is that. It's all those notifications you get you get barraged with your notifications. Just turn off your notifications reduce your screen time. Apparently not this to me this this entire thing. Mimics my cova lockdown time. I took my time from march until now has been marked with these moments of me going. Why am i looking at my phone again. What am i doing here. I don't need to be here and not because of some notification. Still get those. But it's usually maybe you on slack or it's you know somebody else my mom trying to get a hold of me or something like that and i'll respond to those but most of the time it's just megan. The world's weird. I'm kinda tired. And i think tick tock will take my mind off of it and it's a lot of those interactions way more than before march for me. So more study is needed as a obviously. But i'm really curious about how this how this all pans out if they talked more people around the world. I'm a minimal notification person in fact there are lots of apps that will send me a notification. Every once in a while. I make what to. How did i not turn that often settings already like and i go in and no you don't need to you don't need to ping me about this sort of thing. I'll i will come to you if i want to. But i have found. We've talked about this on the show before because the whole smartphone mobile phone mobile device. Anything that is easy on the go is just not something. I need all that often. I mean sure. If i'm at the dog park i might look at my phone and just make sure i'm not missing anything but i don't really go anywhere so when i'm at home. The phones always near me. You know it's rings but then you know my laptop brings to on facetime i. I'm using my laptop. Almost exclusively even something like tiktok. I look at my for you page on my laptop because there's just more area and it's easier to it and all my messages. Are there anyway and there are very few things that i can't do on my laptop that i feel like on a regular basis and i don't think that that's just oh because i i don't leave the house anymore. I am now just so less. Used to be an on the go being in transit for example. You know someone's standing on the subway forty-five minutes. Yeah you're going to be looking at your phone now. I'm so not used to it that now. I'm sort of like. I don't look at that. It's just a smaller version of my computer. I don't do notifications ver. I very much limit notifications myself. But i still use my phone a lot so i think what the study is. Showing is that people don't realize when when they're picking up their phone they're picking it up absent mindedly. Few study participants were were kind of shocked when they looked at the video. And like. I don't remember doing that. I don't remember picking up the phone. I don't remember why did it There's been some other studies that show that psychologically when the phone is in the room with you even if you're not looking at it you think about it it reduces your attention level on other things because it's kind of pulling at you. This is another another study in those planks of what in effect phones are having on. Our mental state at the word addiction gets thrown around a lot. And i'm not sure if it's exactly appropriate or not because it carries a whole lot of clinical meetings. That are complex. But there's certainly a poll to having that phone there and this is another study that shows that
A Quest to Extend Life through Early Disease Detection
"Joe thanks for joining us here. We're gonna talk about quenching. Its effort to use technology to detect disease at its earliest stages. And it's audacious goal of extending life by ten years within a decade a i. I'd like to start with the u. Quenching grew out of a a lab that iran uc berkeley You have a masters in economics and a master's in psychology. Your career began in the advertising industry. With w p p and omnicompetent. How did you find yourself working with artificial intelligence and next generation sequencing to transform medicine. Well in a way. It's the circus is closing. So when i was born. I was born into a household of scientists and my mom and my dad bio scientists microbiology Next plank bene- germany and my whole life. All the way up to nineteen was busy just biosciences. I heard it every every day. Counted always intriguing. Not intriguing enough to make me study medicine. Which goes of the wanted me to but i found other things also interesting is typically economics in psychology and so for the first nineteen years busy got the not just a crash caused very intensive course off mike about d by chemistry and so i was very familiar with a whole field then decided you know the other things too in the world that i wanted to explore the advertising and marketing angles more random because i was moving on the strategic side of things and from there i found actually even though i loved you know thinking about innovation and growth. Which was my my main objective. At these elijah marketing firms. I felt more drawn to a financial side of things in it's via transition more into kind of strategic planning and finance. These are very large organizations of it by their doing marketing. Also have wbz's in two thousand employees. It's not a small firm and from there you know i did some strategic acquisition things for them and they had gotten in touch with startups a lot and i decided i wanted to actually switch sides and doing do something much more. Entrepreneurial did this worldwide in the us young then the entertainment circuit beck abbas busy looking at different industries from more from an investment perspective and you know biotechnology became more and more important Starting two thousand fourteen fifteen because some sequencing confidence of sequencing innovation and a and cloud systems reach a critical mass that enabled you know something. That's amazing new age of precision medicine. And you know. I was looking had multiple industries but that really caught my eye and brought back these memories from my first nineteen years and i felt very comfortable jumping a little deeper in looking at different technologies and then by a series of coincidences led to the point where i realize now we are truly at this complete in point in medicine and biotech and then all these things came together right my my bio bake around my financial background in my date of bakery digital bitten finance and Ended was as perfect confluence of really liking biology and details of sequencing on the chemistry left side But also the combination with complex cloud systems artificial intelligence and of course business model innovation. Which was a part of my career. These ten years of graduating college Yeah there's all comes together in this would be the future of medicine. He was gone gene. And our ambitions goto extent you the human life span by ten years within the next ten years and dad's executive technology stack. You need to do that. You need biochemistry. Sequencing cloud systems ai in a deep understanding of business model innovation. The company as i mentioned has rather ambitious goals for transforming medicine. What's wrong with the practice of medicine today. It must be ironic. Miss you asking there. But i can. I can outline that. The biggest there are two things that are really wrong about what's happening today. And these two things resulted in you know. Hundreds of thousands of american lives being lost every year. Like talking about covid. This is a much much. Bigger problem in kuwait. Just has guesses so two things wrong. Unim- on the medically process sites that the feet of medicine still fundamentally follows. The idea that medicine is about treating disease treating symptomatic disease and when you get how people die today. What are the biggest causes of death. It's cancer it's cardiovascular it's diabetes and metabolic diseases in its new problems. All of these are chronic diseases. And all of these diseases cannot be dealt with on a symptomatic basis. You cannot wait until you have alzheimer's and then try to do something about it. You cannot wait until you have late. Stage metastatic cancer. It's just too late so the first problem is ed. Medicine is reactive and symptoms driven when it needs to be proactive and prevention driven and ought to get their many things. Have to fundamentally change Need to be data driven the level of precision foreside statistical understanding to be a higher by by many many many magnitudes. That's problem number one. And the problem too is the business model of health care And i'm in the middle of this right now because we also started doing cooler testing and god reimbursement and things like that.
Ocean Born Mary House
"Built between seventeen, eighty, four and seventeen, eighty, six, the ocean born Mary House is an eighteenth century mansion in the hilly outskirts of Hanikra New Hampshire. It contains four large rooms on the first floor and six on the second floor, four bedrooms and two ante rooms. It's kitchen holds one of the largest domestic fireplaces in New Hampshire, with an eight foot six inch opening at enough room to cook twelve pies at once. There are four entrances secured with a New England style double cross which doors as the name implies these doors were intended to evoke the Christian Cross in order to ward off evil. It was a necessary precaution. Witnesses said that the head occur mansion holds numerous spirits from malevolent voices two phantom carriages. By the homes most famous coast is what gives it its name Mary Wilson Wallace One of the most beloved residents it's said she appears in a white dress with blazing red hair and ominous glowing eyes. Mary and her descendants would be prominent in New Hampshire Society for centuries to come. But the true source of her celebrity is the circumstances of her birth. Those same circumstances would ensure that the House that bears her name remained an object of interest long after her death. Elizabeth, new pregnancy would be difficult and she knew it would be worse on a ship even with her husband beside her. She had asked every woman she knew for advice before she left the shore Violin Behind for the Americas but no amount of talk had prepared her for the reality. For, morning sickness never went away nor did her swelling pregnancy had already destroyed sense of balance and the ruling of the ship made it nearly impossible to walk. She was largely confined below decks where she stared at the same shifting planks of wood day after day embroidery occasionally distracted her from the pain, but there was nothing to stop her boredom her idol mind spun horror after horror before her tired is every wave or patch of trouble waters seem like the end for them all her belly might help her float if the ship or capsized, but it was more likely that she would be trapped in the cabin with the furniture. Nightmares where the worst. She dreamed that she was stranded in an unending ocean as her baby tried to force its way out the child would scratch her insides while the current pulled her under neither of them could find a way to safety. She would wake up covered in sweat and gasping for air. The baby would kick against the walls of her stomach as if they'd seen the dream as well. The crew told her that they were lucky the winter. So strong this time of year to lose the wind was almost certainly a death sentence. Even the most hardened sailors went mad in stagnant sees. Elizabeth had never considered the notion that the wind could just leave that they would be stuck floating aimlessly time stopped except her advancing pregnancy, a ticking clock that became more dangerous with each day at. Sea. Elizabeth lay in her bed trying to summon the will to rise. Cheat awakened from her nap like she always did queasy uncomfortable. She wanted her husband James Comforting presence with her but he snuck up to the deck any chance he could. Fee- pounded down the stairs, Elizabeth, greater teeth, and pulled herself up and off the COT. She breaks her arms against the wall waiting for the nausea to die town. She could hear the sound of doors opening throughout the hall followed closely by the excited sounds conversation. She realized that the ship wasn't creaking with a usual steady motion. have. Land. Elizabeth made careful step after careful step to the door it creaked loudly as she pushed it open. Salt Air hitter immediately even though she was still below deck. Another wave of nausea world through her. She rubbed your stomach softly and told the baby that they would get through this. The ship outside of her cabin was chaos sailors and passengers ran every which way panic shouts echoed off the bulkheads footsteps slammed against the boards. Elizabeth. Grabbed young crew arm and asked if they were close to shore. His face lost color. She could tell that he'd been sweating, but she could also see separate trails of moisture down his face. He's been crying. Is Hands shook as he pulled his arm free and stammered out one word. Pirates.
Deadly explosion rocks Baltimore neighborhood, destroying homes
"The latest out of Baltimore. A major gas explosion there killed one woman critically injured at least four others. Let's go live to W. GOP's making clarity. Who's following forest? Megan Dead. The blast happened just before 10 a.m. in the Reisterstown station neighborhood near Pikesville. If you're familiar with Baltimore You. You got it, killing one woman, injuring at least four others. Thankfully, we haven't heard of anyone else who have lost their lives Who's lost their life from this explosion? Baltimore firefighters say however, they're still looking for one man who's trapped trying to get him out. But they have eyes on him, so hopefully he'll make it out. Okay, now methodical search is underway in this extreme heat. Specialized search dogs are working to identify any signs of life in the rubble and utility crews are on the scene to ensure electrical lines and any gas lines or not ruptured or damaged any further. Her from looking at video on the scene just to give our listeners an idea of the force of this explosion. There are just planks of wood and mattresses and debris where these three houses once stood. A power pole across the street from the explosion snapped like a toothpick with the force of the blast. The two explosions that residents reported hearing shot projectiles in every direction, damaging homes and cars and possibly injuring more people than we're aware of. Now we understand one of the homes that was leveled was a rooming house that had multiple apartments inside. Bit. Blair Adams with the Baltimore City Fire Department says it's a huge response scene and they're working with assisting county fire Department is trying to work fast is labor intensive rescue again. It was a major gas explosion. So you have homes that were, you know, pretty much crumbled more a lot a ton of debris on the ground, So we're pulling and trying to come home through to see if we can find any additional No, We're expecting to learn more at a scheduled briefing in just about 1/2 hour with some more information about Baltimore Gas and Electric says it's working to turn off the gas lines and will turn to assessing the equipment in the lines. Next Baltimore Fire says Right now we have one person dead. Four people injured and they're still looking for another person who is trapped in the rubble. Stay with w T O P
Biden says he is days away from picking a running mate
"Detailing plans for an economic recovery and a running mate more from Fox's duck McKell way. Back on the trail but sticking close to home at an inner city community center and Wilmington, Joe Biden said he will reveal his running mate next week. The announcement came is the former VP unveiled the fourth and final plank of his build back Better economic recovery plan. Rising to this moment of crisis. It's a 26 page wish list covering everything from helping black and brown farmers purchased land, providing $150 billion in new capital for small businesses who have been quote structurally excluded for generations. And the body of Congressman
"plank" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Plank and blows some say it is yeah I don't know why I am yeah you got to be the voice of optimism Murph you the Guiding Light today dude you are the rest of us aren't enough the rest of us are yeah I'm I'm I'm feeling like we're gonna get it done I don't know am I just somebody get me a new Brian Murphy poster hold if I can get the red and blue Murphy will be helpful yeah hold your scratchy D. from Rockland St is a hundred and four today he says but the weather's gorgeous in the six year it's time for a road trip to the char pit bull yeah I'll do that anytime anywhere anyhow I'll do that right now sure I do it people texting about the high school list for tomorrow do I dare muddy the waters by even mentioning those yes is yes because Murph my concern is that it it specific especially you and me I am worried about this one I am yeah but so how do I play it that's the thing do I intentionally takes some off because the more you're going to have it just for the sake of divorce what I'm gonna do is it the order to go and I usually go after you yeah so what we'll do is I'm gonna make my list no if we don't know enough and I don't have a backup list yeah if you take one of the second draft if you draft that film I'll move on to my next trip I hate to influence you anyway though I well it's all good buddy it's all truthfully it's all good if you pick a movie that I would have picked I think that it's great because I get to hear it my you know what I'm talking about Russian yeah yeah at least I think I don't even think I'd have a job if it wasn't for a certain movie like there's like yes I want a movie that was pivotal I might not even be here yeah yeah yeah I hear you hello that here's some of the people checking in four weeks and I'm hoping somebody pulls out vision quest a good one you got to get that log on my shoulders on the bleachers of seven or seven season cat non kosher markets to represent the younger generation with the super bad what you know modifying actually stop mentioning these stop mention these because it feels like we've been doing this because we kind of call the list down to to many days in advance and then we run through like a dozen things yeah well we we want to we're gonna stop mentioned okay all right all right here's back of Eric about straight at the at ninety four strike back of real American League eleven year old the legal start Keating park Keating park what's up Eric says after a tournament ended I turn my back on baseball for years yeah right the MLB strike that's insane my soccer whatever for just I I came right back all we all love ball we just we all want the same thing we want games but you know we've been through this before and it doesn't usually go smoothly you know eight three one with incredible tax after my mistake about Donald fear passing away and he passed away in fact is a live and well yeah yeah it through is it Dan thanks to the belly laugh it's gonna be a good day already says what do you give me for cope's fact check and Murph and waiter fact checking forty five yeah well yeah really good you guys all right here we go let's do this let's take a quick break we come back we got Gabe Kapler sound from told return Brooks yesterday once you calculate Jeff Passan we want to get down in the weeds and get in some baseball and then we got a power coming up so stay tuned it's Murphy back up I should probably tell you that the merger actually sponsored by.
"plank" Discussed on KTKR 760AM
"Chris plank Saddam kind of disappointed in already so far yeah I figured you'd be flexing your muscles that you only missed the final score by what a point from your I will always all I said was going to be thirty four twenty four and that was thirty five twenty four not bad odds are not bad not bad at all already not really surprising you look at the two teams that will see vying for the Lombardi trophy but you can pack exact scores you're wasting your talent doing overnight radio yes just like that a lot of people have the over now what I'm assuming they made a boatload of money a lot of I'm assuming people jumped on that over here not a good day for the Bucksport favorites coming in both games coming in comfortably over the total so wasn't exactly what books would have liked to try and put themselves in a good position so for all the success they've had throughout the course of the post season today was not one of the days I will go down in the annals is profitable for the house but no one tries to the book maker will see if they can get the revenge in two weeks when the general public I'm sure I'll come under oath about taking over the total between the chiefs and forty Niners what's the process like before we get into the match up in coming up with some of the exotic skinny I mean I know you've done that and I know you're called upon to come up with some of them but how does that process play out what is that look like yeah you know it it's a labor of love more than anything else it'll take a lot of the best odds makers in the world a few days to try and put their heads together and start to come up with numbers that they feel comfortable using opening up large professional batters first before the general public gets involved and you typically have the same props every year they're a little bit formulaic will there be over time will there be a two point conversion will there be a safety things along those lines pretty straightforward and they're all mass model driven but the individual player prop stuff is simple or seemingly as simple as over under for quarterback passing yards rushing yards receiving yards what have you those start to get to be a little bit more challenging we try and identify game flow you trying to figure out exactly how the absence of Tevin Coleman will ultimately impact San Francisco's running game and while we're he Moster be the true benefit here or could we see map free to take on a bigger role all of those little exes and ohs it'll play a role before you start to get real creative once you have your bass line and then it's comparing it to the NBA games some of the golf tournament I know the folks at Westgate instead that they're gonna have props it'll go head to head with while their fury the championship title fight on February twenty second so you're really only limited by your creativity outside of a few regulatory issues depending on the state it's not just the screw apple profit many years ago and people were just jump right on over there like all we made a mistake on this I'm sure they've been many mistakes on prop bets now the trouble that odds makers don't use their due diligence or number ten to slip through the cracks I think one that you might be referencing a few years ago was over under a number of players to throw for passing the number ended up opening they know at minus one eighty alternately clothes that have very different price but you'll typically see that a lot of things like will there be a touch back on the opening kick off professional bettors will do everything they can this time of year to identify a handful of props they feel they have an edge on and it's the one time a year oddsmakers unfortunately can only put up so many walls before they're susceptible to putting up one stop number that they mailed Emily take a good amount of liability on the biggest price you today Todd was that the Niners won with spelling only six passes was it how it took the the chiefs a little bit of time to get going I mean what they did anything really surprise you that happened today I think it was the fact that the forty Niners won out there were able to hang thirty seven points on Green Bay doing it with the power running game not because I didn't think the run game is gonna happen six asked me subo Scarborough on the trade alliance almost rack up to our yards in week seventeen again the Packers had a win but the fact Jimmy Oppel wasn't asked to do much early on it look like it the design was gonna be San Francisco throwing the football deveaux Samuel played a huge role and my heart goes out to anybody that that him over forty nine and a half receiving yards because he had forty six about two plays into the game and then never really heard from them again so it was just the nature of how San Francisco what about their game plan how much Kyle Shanahan trusted his ground and pound attack even after Tevin Coleman went out re Moster stepped up put up four touchdown him to score three touchdowns in this game we paid thirty five to one I didn't see a single shop that had a score four touchdowns anywhere so this is something that had him as a three to one you get three to one of you was the leading rusher of the game was out of prop better one definitely would have been a prop that that was out there available I didn't actually see a price on it the over under for his rushing yards in this game is only fifty and a half that would put him to well that half below Aaron Jones is total no most didn't really see a whole lot of action in the pop market but Aaron Jones would have really bad under and it's always interesting to see who rises to the occasion and puts forth you know her role performance I don't think we're home free most search effort today was a surprising is seeking the Smith in the Superbowl other definitely caught a lot of people when you consider the Tevin Coleman was the bell cow last week with twenty two carries for hundred five yards it's just it's still kind of fascinating to me I I don't know if it was a testament to not needing to have a franchise quarterback with what Tennessee and even San Francisco were able to do more than it's just about working in the trenches I mean with the Niners have done Todd in committing to that that interior with Solomon Thomas in Armstead I mean they they have invested their first round picks in just getting tougher in the trenches have a day Hey I think a lot of it has to do is scheme and you know when you start to build football teams and fans of course fall victim to the flash in dash the running backs the wide receivers but you guys watch as much football as anybody I still really believe you built from the inside out you start with your center you look at your quarterback you start to build your offense to the defense of wind and at this point the way the game has trained you do need at least cover corner we saw Richard Sherman not very great results for long stretches but still position talent you know kind of becomes a dime a dozen not as far as game breaking wide receivers but he'll look at most you're in the path it took for him to get to this stage clearly he wasn't identified it is as in Ezekiel Elliott or sink one Barkley type and with the salary cap era being very real you can't invest the kind of money in a franchise running back in my opinion that's going to get you where you need to go and it'll make the decision that they have to make in Nashville all that more fascinating when they figure out how much money they're gonna allocated their cannery well they sort out their quarterback situations while dot is one really the loneliest number San Francisco getting one is there any reason the run out there get that number right away doesn't matter plus one echo minus one of his you know obviously a it is not gonna they're gonna fall on what is it I mean no reason to run out there plus which way is the one going to move on that in the over under this week I don't think there's a real reason to run to the window and less you decide that you want to try and play the same game teaser maybe wanna get San Francisco up through the seven along with the total then it makes some sense but you pretty much see consensus out there whether you're looking at shops in the desert area looking at fox bat right now everybody is kind of settled that one one and a half range with a total that fifty three fifty four range you did see an initial amount of support as far as professional looking to bet the game over early on it fifty one and a half but you never know how that's going to be the true position because you go over fifty one and a half you know the public's going to drive it up and you may have ample opportunity to take the under coming back so so much manipulation over the next two weeks as professional dated to every single match if it's out there in trying to identify where they can make their money on a game where there really are no limits as far sports books are concerned by the way it is is mattress Mack gonna be okay he just seems like he's losing a million dollars every week or something you know what I think that someone that's got the furniture store chain he does at gallery furniture in the fact that he wants to get a little skin in the game he's done their homework and he has the means and the where with all to try and be okay so I don't think we have to worry about him trying to figure out where his next meal is gonna come press okay Steph Todd should be finalized in can't wait to watch and will catch up with you before the game but the exile always a pleasure against he's on top so you have no right he was all in on the Titans but you know when we're all in on John middle coffees coming up in moments but first TV Sager is in the house to get us caught up on championship Sunday what's going on Steve conference title wins for San Francisco in Kansas city and you guys mentioned John Elway's career and that what he didn't usually have around him I was surprised to learn earlier tonight in doing some Superbowl research that you remember it was still the biggest blowout in Super Bowl history was thirty years ago Joe Montana threw five touchdown passes.
"plank" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder
"As women gain more more power relevance political economic power in society men. We'll necessarily lose it and and specific I think this is the case. White Man will lose it and as we see women and Black Men Latino men and Black Women Latino women as they gain gain more power white men will lose it they are less centered in our society. It's sort of a joke around here but it is to some degree. zero-sum situation right like what are we offering You know and I don't know that the society has a responsibility to offer. You know the soft landing but if we wanted to make a landing softer or easier zero. Yeah Yeah what is there really an offer. I mean what you know. What can you do? She'd like a and I'm just like glasshouse full kind of person and had a lot of discussion About about like this. Is I personally believe that. It's not a zero-sum game human human rights are not a zero sum game White people for example during the civil rights era Did Not lose from on being in a world that was more equal black people than have to you know literally go to the bathroom in a different place. I think that we we do really all gain from equality and someone else being less free Makes me less free to. And that's the part. Even Sam I got I got so many women who are angry About my my book and about the discourse I that that that I've chosen when it comes to gender equality because they see me as as as again because I'm I'm talking about the importance of supporting boys and supporting men. But somehow I'm taking away from the support that we have for women and girls. And and that's where I I. I think it comes back to the in such an individualistic perception to think that someone else having a Better Life Gordon neighbor being happier your neighbor being healthier your neighbor being able to fully express themselves and reach their potential their human potential in our society absolutely makes my I like better. Because he's my neighbor and we're we're living in a society right. It's like the idea that people wanted trump to you know totally fail. When he's the one piloting living the plane? You don't want someone on your plane to be sick. You want someone on your plane to be to be unhappy to be screaming the whole time you want. We're all in the same plane we're all in the same world and we're all connected and so I I don't you know I think we have to have an really have to have a sort of a different framing naming when we're talking about equality and and gender equality particularly because and that's what I'm trying to do with this book I'm trying to show You know for so long. I was in the academic like world and I Have a masters in gender. I was limited major and I never was assigned a book about masculinity we always talk about gender from from from the woman's perspective and of course perspective is so important but I felt like it was a failure of the academic program that I had the privilege to to to to take but a thousand worked really hard to do that that that gender wasn't taught in in in Yeah not zero sum game. Sort sort of mentality that we all win When when when everyone is free and and that's what I hope we can do more of and again? That's what I think the Democrats need to do because when we only talk about how racist you know ending. Racism Helps People of color absolutely does it also better for white people. Living in a racist society is has has You know negative outcomes for for everyone. And so we we have to. As progresses do a better job of talking about about these fights for social justice as really benefiting everybody and and that's what I you know and we can argue about this all day. I think I think about it for just a little it just a little bit more because because because I I mean I have been accused of being a half glass. Half empty type of Person Jenner. But to hear me. Here's my here's my point. Is that like just a and I use this as an example. Just because it's simple. It's not so much a question that I as a as a white man have an issue with with someone else becoming more free or more economically powerful but look when I grew up in the in the early seventies and gained consciousness whenever I turned on my TV. I would see myself reflected back at me if it wasn't exactly only me. It was my mom who was making a pitch to other moms to help me. It was a you know a wife making a pitch to help someone like my dad like every I was centered and and that is not the case anymore. That's just simply league not the case because everybody's included in these ads now everybody's looking on the TV shows and and and that that is a a real change it is a real loss. It's I don't think it's the most important one necessarily but from a from a cultural thing I I went from being told like you are the most important person right and now I'm not and so. I guess the question is is like Nick. Can we just try. And and And sort of like reorient without there being being some material benefit to maybe everybody can share in it because I will still get it but like it's not enough just to say to me we like you don't have to be the provider unless like somebody else's stepping in and it's not necessarily you you know GonNa be necessarily Another individual if there's another stepping in and providing some stuff to take that pressure off me right. Yeah so I think that you're absolutely right and and I think what we're seeing right now and I'm hearing I'm sure you hear this a lot To probably even more because maybe men feel safer saying to you than than to me but but I think that there are a lot of particularly white men who feel like the world is against them and and and I'm hearing this not just You know men. Who are you know adults? And I'm I'm hearing this from Bombs who have eight or nine year old son who are white white boys And feel like that that that there's something inherently wrong. I'm with them and then they like that kind of like the world is stacked against them. which seems wild coming from? You know a middle class white boy to feel but but I think that we are now in a moment of. I wouldn't call it overcompensation. But we're compensating for compensating for decades and you know of deep-sea gender inequality in deep seated racism and homophobia and Transphobia an able at the Mike Show. Yeah when you open. I don't know your net flicks page Or whatever that home screen from ten ten years ago even not even that long undergo it was mostly stories about white men And you know they had women were supporting characters. People of color were the one friend and end transpeople were virtually inexistent. And and even you know the person is characters on TV that that that are disabled is so l.. Low in very often they're played by you know able bodied people which is so offensive And we're starting to see more stories centering around those no disabled table back there the disabled characters and I think I think we both agree that those things are good things but I but but but I think that when we it sucks that we have to do that right. It's sucks so we have to You know and we've all heard this That when we're hiring for example we don't want to hire white guy anymore right and and I know I'm not supposed to say that but but that's in a lot of different especially creative fields Were were you know. Directors for example seeing white men who are super talented super skills. It's harder to find gig right now. Because there has been such it a huge inequality when it comes to directing right three percent of directors were were were women and we're just starting to want to correct that and so there's so much compensation for that. The pendulum was so far to one point that we have to send it to the other end and that doesn't mean that for some white men might might be harder for them to find a job right now. And that's I mean I. I don't think that we should have to take anyone's opportunity away based on their gender or their race ever. But because we've been doing it from one side now we're doing it so hard on the other side and yeah I do think that for some white boys. It kinda sucks. They're seeing the futures female. We're seeing you know Jokes about white men all the time that white men are trash. That men are trash. I imagine coming into the world and having done you know you have no choice choice over what gender you have you have no choice over what rates you have and this is the message that that you're getting and and I think again that's what I'm trying to I'm I'm trying to make that message more digestible and I'm trying to make that message More accessible to so that everyone can can. I can see how yeah having different kinds of people on your TV screen and not only seeing stories about white men. Sure it can mean that all of a sudden I'm losing something or all of a sudden everything was about me and now you know something about me but ultimately that makes a better world for everyone and it means that we won't have to overcome in the future that no one will be no one will have entitlement about how Yeah so focused on the world to be on them and how central should be every narrative even entitlements we we we have to really question you know obviously entitlement in Male entitlement or white entitlement right any kind of entitlement. is viewed as a very. I don't know it's like a political term but anything on a spiritual level having entitlement is probably the most corrosive you know feeling that you can have a show about your life feeling entitled to being comfortable feeling entitled to being Happy Feeling entitled to other People's time or or care or tangent engine. It's you're setting yourself up to be unhappy. 'cause boys will never be filled. And so I think if we can build a society where everyone's a little less entitled old to being at the center of everything Whether whether they're white or black or female or male or gender non binary. I think that just makes better. Humans events let's plank. The book is for the love of men a New Vision. I have an I look. I think I know I agree. Hey I agree I I I mean me personally. Am I convinced sure but I do think that there is a like a there is a there. I I run into those guys that you're talking about sort Bologne things for them but yeah it is. I mean particularly the guys that I run into for the most part and and I think to a certain extent though for folks who are you you mix in this loss of being centered word with economic deprivation and you know this sort of slow economic deprivation. I sort of feel like unless unless society put something on the table and says Here's how your life is going to materially benefit from you you being unshackled it in the sequencing is different like this is going to make it easier for you to sort of unshackle yourself from that sense sense that you have to be the provider because you're provided not totally but it's easier to do that. There's more latitude. Yeah I think think society needs to provide that stuff like you say it's not just a question of society making the distinct- distinction between moms only get parental leave. Not Dad's yet but rather the concept of parental. Leave the idea that like we're aware of what parents go through so we're going to make it easier on on on you as parents but we should also extend that to like. We're aware of what you go through when you're only making six dollars an hour or or when you're working at a job. That is more physically difficult than others And we're going to take certain things off the table so the just not weighing on you at three in the morning. Yeah and people you know and and seeing suffering right like I think that again and when we had this conversation Were you know male privilege male privilege male privilege. I think it's it's it's not the best term For a lot of of of men particularly who are who don't feel privileged and are you know struggling to make ends meet and and they they are suffering in this economy as well and I think that ultimately yes people want to be offered something they also wanted to be understood and they wanna be seen and and ultimately admittedly. I think that this is what this conversation needs to be a balance in used to be about. You know that seeing women suffering does not mean that we're not seeing bands and and we're not going to rank those sufferings we're going to see how they're connected and how the same system that creates female suffering actually also creates men and how liberating leading women from that system also liberal liberate men And and and so I think that I think we agree on the solution the And and I maybe I am more optimistic. That men will see what they gain from that Once it's presented to events or you know that the message has been I think sent in the right way which I'm not sure it always right now for the love of men a New Vision. I mindful masculinity Liz plank. Thank you so much for joining us. Really appreciate it and it's so fun talking to you talking to all right folks GonNa head into the Fun Half of the program wherein we will have even more fun.
"plank" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard
"Most men is and this is John Barley corn by Jack London that's died I love them we need that lubricant and and it's so needed in the only allowing you to connect with other men yes I loved lived to be with my five best Stepdad's we'd start crying we cry almost every night together and it's like we certainly ride at night was like well we got a lot of Shit to get out and we kinda need this thing to help to this horizontal like shoulder to shoulder friendship where men do an activity together they you know not a special term bromance for two men going to dinner together right that we have they get connection through the ones who are straight through their relationships with women place that there were hurt by and that there may be at one point worth honorable right when they were kids and then you get to junior high and all that info gets weaponized it's like you know shit about kids junior high and only by boys and it was my best friend basically like turned against schools and when I look back at that time I obviously see how it was so gendered right they were choose one guy that was like out right that like they were going to reject basically and was oh hit his balls and he didn't even hurt him so we don't think he has balls ridiculous things often talk about the hierarchy within Penn Patriarch he's like a pyramid scheme right there's like guys at the top does it unsafe for them not to play along and some of them are waiting for the trick you know it's like trickle down economics comfortable they are in these environment to me too because I got into trouble rightly she was saying you know you have to imagine being a woman and just living in fear of men dude I'm thinking of fighting now is it equal no but what I'm saying and again I she was right and I was wrong in that comparison I agree again with both of you when we talk about gender violence for example that is code four and something that I've thought about everyday life the other thing though that we don't acknowledge is that yes the two men committing suicide against themselves or against other men it is extremely common I'm saying I'm saying the opposite right that just because you have empathy for someone it doesn't mean that you can't hold them accountable they were handed this patriarchal system that made them fear what makes them vulnerable instead of because they're not likely.
"plank" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard
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"plank" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard
"Welcome to a Halloween. We've won't would we WANNA do though we've all to talk your bra kind of dress she always wears with the tops off tops off she always wear a dress it's like aw that's not what we have a very exciting gusts on today this will be the reveal it's a lot of people have been wondering over the last month if each female guests was that person aw she got an unexpected to most most unexpected by me Fox media her first book for the love of men a New Vision really enjoyed talking to her and really really regret farting in front of her please enjoy miss insecure about their smile oh it breaks my heart so much and I understand.
"plank" Discussed on Historical Figures
"Max plank is considered by many to be the father of quantum physics. He introduced the world to theoretical atomic physics and his collaboration with Albert Einstein provided the framework for much of our understanding of atoms, and electromagnetic energy plank was a cautious and rational, man, his love of learning and knowledge was complemented by a loyalty to traditional and on occasion, outdated theories, he spent his life trying to unlock the mysteries of the nature of the universe based only on what evidence could be measured and observed unfortunately, this reliance on reason gave him a blind spot as plank expected, the people around him to be similarly, committed to evidence rationality and universal truth. His optimistic attitudes about human nature, left plank, unable to an -ticipant the threats posed by the Nazi party, which came to power. Power in his homeland Germany in nineteen thirty three plank, spent the final years of his life studying theoretical physics under Adolf, Hitler's regime and struggle to reconcile his firm belief, in pragmatism with the tide of bigotry and irrational, hate that had swept through his home country. Karl Ernst Ludvig marks plank was born on April twenty third eighteen fifty eight in Holstein, Germany, his father Johan plank was a lawyer and his mother 'em. Patsick was the daughter of an accountant Marx or max as he soon came to be known also had grandparents who were theology professors. That's highly educated family in that sense, young max was always destined to pursue a career in academia, he learned at an early age about the importance of good education when he was nine his father accepted. A new position that required him to relocate to Munich there plank enrolled in a school for gifted children called Maximilian gymnasium during those years plank, studied, mechanics, astronomy, mathematics, and music, as a child, he learned of the close relationship between music and math. And he developed a passion. For both plank became a skilled musician and mathematician, he was an accomplished, piano player and was even said to have the potential to become a professional concert pianist plank, sometimes performed at the Lutheran church attended as he continued his studies plank, found that the better he came to understand math. The better musician he became and vice versa, as a teenager plank became romantically involved with a young woman named Marie, Merrick. She was the daughter of a Munich banker and had been friends with plank since childhood, even at their young age plank was confident that he wanted to spend his life with Marie. But as a banker's daughter Marie came from wealth and was used to a certain standard of living, max knew he would have to establish himself before he could afford to marry Marie and start a family. He soon discovered that finding well-paid work would be a slow difficult process. As he finished his schooling and try to determine which university to attend planks struggled to choose whether to devote his life to music, or to mathematics, after a lot of grappling. He settled on math inspired in part by a favorite teacher professor Herrmann. Muller who taught mathematics at the max, millions gymnasium, Muller's lectures ignited, a passion implant that would last for the rest of his life, and eventually led him to enroll at the university of Munich in eighteen seventy four early in his schooling plank chose to narrow his concentration further opting to study physics in those days, the field of theoretical physics didn't exist. Instead students studied classical physics or the field of physics that can be observed or tested classical, physicists are sometimes referred to as experimental physicists, because their ideas could be confirmed through repeatable experiments. It's theoretical physicists on the other hand study concepts that have only been hypothesized but not yet proven or observed it's not unusual for a concept to begin in the world of theoretical physics, but then as humanity's knowledge and understanding of the world increases for that same concept to enter the world of experimental physics. So it can be tested during planks time in university, atomic theory was still in the realm of the radical physics. Scientists were still debating whether Adams, the building blocks of all matter even existed. There was still a lot to be discovered about the nature of atoms. And the subatomic particles, they were made of however, many of the leaders of the field of physics at the time failed to recognize just how much there was to uncover. In eighteen seventy four during his first year at the university of Munich plank, spoke with a professor Philipp von Yali about his desire to become a physicist von Yali told him in this field, almost everything is already discovered and all that remains is to fill a few insignificant, gaps in layman's terms. The professor was saying that physics was an obsolete field with nothing left for max to contribute. It's an arrogant attitude, but it wasn't uncommon at the time despite these discouraging words plank was determined to pursue his passion. He cared more about the thrill of discovery than pursuing fame or recognition. And he thought he could be content working on minor physical problems in relative, obscurity, while plank studied physics he was also learning outside the classroom he befriended. Another physics student named Carl room. Got the two young men love to debate. And roomba often challenged planks devout Lutheran beliefs as room Casado when cannot be both a man of science and a man of faith plank. However, believed that his field of study and his religion were intertwined physics was the study of how our universe works and plank believed he saw God's work in every particle plank, also believed that a fundamental universal truth underlay all human understanding and all fields of knowledge he'd come to this belief as a child, when it I understood that math and music shared, the principles of form combination and equation while plank sought to unlock the secrets of theoretical physics. He maintained, his belief that his discoveries were one piece of a larger body of knowledge that would inform. Science, mathematics, religion music and all other fields of study. Plank was particularly fascinated with entropy, a little understood concept at that time, entropy is the study of how heat and other forms of energy spread out to try to achieve an equal balance of heat or energy with an assist them, like how a hot dish put in the freezer will heat up the air around it until eventually the dish, and the freezer are all the same temperature. Right. I'll during planks time in school. Scientists understood that the enterpise gained by the cool object was greater than the entropy loss, by the hot object for his college thesis plank, follow this argument to its logical conclusion that the amount of entropy in the universe can only ever increase, and that it was impossible to decrease the total amount of universal entropy. It was a radical thought for the time during his thesis defense plank, realized that even his professors didn't seem to know how he reached his conclusions. According to plank driven by vision, broken by war. He says, none of my professors at the university had any understanding for my thesis, as I learned for a fact, in my conversations with them, while planks these, this was advanced for the professors in his small university. It made little impact on the larger physics community after he successfully defended his thesis in eighteen eighty plank accepted several unpaid positions while he struggled to establish himself as a physicist. Early in his career plank was content not to rock the boat. He accepted the commonly held beliefs at the time and initially rejected radical or controversial theories, this included the existence of atoms eighteen eighty five when he was twenty seven plank road, whose theories about the nature of light in quantum science in a paper, titled the nature of energy, his submitted his paper to a competition hosted by the university of Gooding on the paper received second place that year there was no first place prize, one might think that by this logic plank should have been awarded first place by default in however, university of Gooding and professor Ville. Helm, vaber objected to the fact that planks theory used models that had been developed by vapors professional rival instead of those that vaber had developed himself. Hence the judging committee, awarding plank, the silver. That appears his second place finish may well have been immature of personal politics, still second place was a good result for an unpaid unestablished, new thinker in the world of the physics, this accomplishment helped legitimize plank. So he could realistically pursue a paid job in physics at that time with no steady source of income planks still lived at home with his parents. He was in his late twenties struggling to establish himself. He also continued to see his childhood sweetheart. Marie Merrick marine Macs were adults now and were of an age where they could marry but plank was reluctant to marry a woman he was unable to financially support shortly a solution presented itself when he was offered a position as an associate professor at the university of Munich upon taking the job plank proposed to Merrick and they were soon married on March thirty first eighteen eighty seven through playing early career he maintained. His love of music and often played the piano in his home as his religious beliefs continued to evolve plank, remained a committed member of the Lutheran church. Meanwhile, plant continued to study physics and entropy. He made a few modest discoveries but found that an American physicist. Josaia Willard Gibbs had beat him to publication through his twenties and thirties plank, failed to present any revolutionary concepts and it seemed that he would have a modest but forgettable career physics was a young man's game. Many of the fields greatest thinkers hit their peak early. This is partially because physicists tended to get set in their ways, and beliefs as they grew older. However plank stood out because he always allowed himself room to accept new ideas. He maintained his open, mindedness, even as he grew older, and more stab list by eighteen eighty seven when he was twenty nine plank had accepted that atoms. Do in fact, exist. And he incorporated, this belief into his new work. This remained an unpopular stance and one that plank, only adopted with great reluctance when he reviewed the evidence in favor of the existence of atoms plank was satisfied with the likely reality that he would never be known as a great physicist. He had no desire to change the field. Or revolutionized physics plank was motivated, primarily by a love of knowledge in a devotion to meticulous study, that would reveal the secrets of the universe. He mainly wanted to learn teach and occasion, experiment on the smaller issues that affected, physicists of his time. In one such case plank set out to solve the mystery around the energy emitted from so called black bodies..
"plank" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show
"All right scary. We'll give you two minutes. That's good. Nutting I can do play for fifteen years. Okay. Great. I congratulate anyone who can do a plank for fifteen seconds or fifteen minutes. Good for you. I don't think I could do it for that long. You know what now that I see has actually there's no way outta Advil. So this lady, four hours twenty minutes on the plane, but you guys did great at two minutes. I'm proud of all I want to know what she looks like we are turning our attention to Dayton, Ohio. The tornadoes. I mean, fifty tornadoes on estimate. Yes. Throughout the mid west thirty six they were saying in Dayton shoe. We saw pictures of it this tornado the one that they're talking about was giant knocked out power for up to five million people in the Ohio area. There was gall sized hail, which I can't even imagine the damage that that caused machine. Yeah. And they're under a boil alert for the water as well. So what's the latest redcross dot org? If you want that, but the good thing is not one person has passed away that they have that they've noticed yet. So they're going to be digging people out all day. All right. Another exciting story about. Survival a woman in Hawaii. I don't know if you guys saw the story, she went and missing a couple of weeks ago. She was hiking in the woods yoga yoga instructor. They couldn't find her so they sent out, search parties, hundreds of people are looking for her. They finally found her alive. She had fallen broken her leg. She survived on river water and fresh fruits, and she's doing okay and bugs and bugs getting moths team days out. She just went for a short walk, and she got turned around, she left, her cell phone everything in the car because she thought he was short, walk. I know turn into seventeen days, always take your cell phone because they can ping it at least finding that way. And finally, the ninety second scripts, national spelling bee is starting today, the preliminary rounds are going to get going, and we're gonna hear all kinds of words that we've never heard before. And none of us know how to spell. So that'll be exciting and it'll be on ESPN think Uganda. Twitter account of the morning show. Search for Elvis Durant show on Twitter. Follow us now, it'll be strain in the morning show, sponsored by state faller and protect your car and home with the one that's here to.
"plank" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show
"Looks like he's tiring. Okay. Hi, I'm not tired because well, I'm not doing a plank. I'll be doing those in two and a half hours. But can we stop one up four hours and twenty minutes? No him showed. Okay. Hold on Syria, almost to a minute and a half. Yeah. Gandhi, did you get in in time? Now, you gotta make this affective. Are you tightening your ads because if you're not, and your glue glues? Yeah. Tighten those things otherwise. Shaking his good shaking during a plank is good. That means that means you fatiguing the muscles, you're doing. All right. You're almost two two minutes round head just key in, let's see, let's see if we get into two and a half, we'll get you two minutes. Okay. For those three of you did it correctly, three to one Gandhi tea, and Danielle two minutes. That's good as two minutes scare. You gotta stay on there. Another thirty seconds. Now that was two minutes. Guys. Push up. I gotta tell you. I mean I'm not saying that, you know, you're out of shape, you're in very good shape. Two minutes is good. Condie before, like, what you, you start out slow and you do like fifteen seconds and then the next day to twenty five seconds. You can look it up is a plank challenging to get you up to two minutes. Kids who still out of state on there for another hours. I would also like to say Brody was setting on my back. So I get an extra credit. While wearing stilettos. Morgan. All right scary. We'll give you two minutes. That's good. Nutting I can do play for fifteen years. Okay. Great. I congratulate anyone who can do a plank for fifteen seconds or fifteen minutes. Good for you. I don't think I could do it for that long..
"plank" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show
"On your diarrhea to Allah. Five thousand dollars from you today. The morning shows of Bischel YouTube channel go to search Elvis Durant show in subscribed today, Elvis story in the morning show. So how long can you hold a plank? Two minutes for a long time two minute. That's good. Actually do it. Yeah. What hold on Lewis? Okay. Did you read up at this lady? Up in Montreal. She held a plank for four hours and twenty minutes. Do that. I don't know. She must have been dead. I don't know what hurt ram head look round. How long can you do a plank? Z. Right. What do you do your toes on the ground? All day. I guess. Doing okay. The previous record before this woman Dana dead. It was three hours and thirty minutes. I've got to be easy. She Why what? is she this woman who broke the Guinness world record did a plank for four hours and twenty minutes? Boring. Can you can you do a plank for let's say two minutes? I guess yesterday. Of course I can't do it. All right. Let me take up my stuff here. What scares his four minute point? When I was in my prime last year last year. No one can play performance. All of you probably gonna win. I don't know how exciting radio. Who's timing ready? Go playing get what up. All right. Let me. Here you need a tighter ads down a little bit. I'm in my position, you didn't move your move your midsection down a little bit. There you go. Great. Tea actually has very good plank. Of course, I am on professional God he's doing it. I can't hear you. Scares actually push up posture. He's not in. Down the Vega on. That's not fair. Use your elbows on the plane. Brian. Using your hands. You gotta be on your forearms. Yeah. Here, this frog either. All call each other names. All right. You're almost two fifty seconds, except for scary cheated. All right. So anyway, this lady can you imagine doing a plan for four hours and twenty minutes? All right, you, okay. Great tea and Daniel or now sixty seconds, I'm doing well. Stereo. Looks like he's tiring. Okay. Hi, I'm not tired because well, I'm not doing a plank. I'll be doing those in two and a half hours. But can we stop one up four hours and twenty minutes? No him showed. Okay. Hold on Syria, almost to a minute and a half..
"plank" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show
"Phone tap. Straight Nate went to some motel up in Martha's Vineyard over the weekend in Rhode Island. We missed our fairies. So we had to spend the night in Rhode Island, and I didn't wanna spend a lot of money because I had not planned on this stop K. So you went to a motel. Yeah. Of which my girlfriend was not very happy because it was first time in a motel. And let's put it this way, it will be her last time in a motel motels are great. I've stayed in nice motels. This was smokeout. So tell tell her what you found. Okay. So we've been in the car all day, I need to take a shower. So go, take a shower, and I'm walking naked across the carpet to go get my clothes and I stepped on something and it was sharp. I thought it was like an I don't know, piece of broken glass like the worst case scenario. I go to look at it. It's a toenail bed in the carpet like a legit and it was like the Half Moon. So the two. These were poking up touching it with my finger. I'm When like, what you are you? pull it out and realize it's like it's a piece of a human, and it was the big the big toe. Tony so NATO me the story this weekend. I'm at my house. And I looked down on the little rug when I'm sitting down in the bathroom, and there's a toenail. Obviously, it's other minor Alex's. It's just one. So it's, it's, it's done a foreign toenail alien toenail the but he cut gross me out. And I'm thinking, like sometimes when you clipping your toenails, they fly those suckers time, and all they do where do they go? It's like a bomb going off. Supposed to click with, like your hand covering the toenail. So it doesn't shoot all over the place. Pro series. I don't know how frog you. It's the thicker that toenails like the big toes a little thicker. The toenail is the little small. Yes. And so the cigarette is it will shoot across the room, if you're not careful you get right down to the last little corner. Sometimes when you're clip, and toenails, you clip ten of them, and then you look down. You only have seven you've got three little suckers running. One of those welders masks. What? Argument in my house, because my husband clips, his toenails with a little garbage can there. And he's like, whenever he sees me clipping the kids toenails, and I don't have a garbage. Can he's like they're gonna go all over the house? He gets upset with me. But I'm like I don't understand what's the big deal. Our toenails if it was a strange toenail to be a big deal. She catchy toenail. She got. But mom, it's twenty degrees. Don't get flip guts. Their side, catching flying toenails all over the house, Bill. Let me tell you. You gotta get your body ready for summer care. Let them handle the toenails that are flying all over the place. Sometimes it hurts. What what's about to perfect crescent moons, every time disgusted? There's an perfected the art of. You gotta dis the right size toenail clipper. And then you have to do it when you shower why we're not talking about the perfect toenail. We're time at the tone that fly off and can't find toenail software when you come out of the show. Yeah, oh, yes. Feed at the tape. If you clip a wet toenail it'll stick to the wall. Wall of Tony. Throng altar. I used to have a big problem with the toenail shrapnel. In fact, I almost cut my face on a piece that through with regale. You went right in my face. But I read somewhere that you're supposed to wet the toenail clippers under this tap so that the toenails stick to the clippers I really see, I would do the supreme Pam on them. All right. I don't know what this is leading. But I don't know. I think we're still drunk from the weekend. Let's see. I stayed in fleabag motel. This texture says went to the office asking.
"plank" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show
"We do Diddley for you what you do for us. Hold on one second. Okay, don't forget, when you see those Eminem's skittles, the red white and blues, take them up because it's more than just a bag of candy. You got a bag of America. Isn't that great? What's up straight? Nate love how Maddie's not at the where money is more important than candy. I missed that we were talking about childhood memories. Summertime reminds me and I've told you this of that I ice cream cone of the summer I had it last night. Well flavor was vanilla because Alex and max only eat vanilla. Oh, so I wanted chocolate. But that's okay. I didn't wanna tell we haven't. We're having a weird day. Alex. Let me take by. He's let me take you buy ice cream co. All right. It's my first one of the summer I can't wait to have my first corn. But from the street fair with a roasted better in the seasoning on it and come to huskies still half on it. Gandhi, summertime. What do you want pool? Pool is missing out by the pool of the book and float around frog pool. I mean pool ice cream corn beach beach, be I feel like everybody super-duper nights in the summertime like people wave. They hold the door for you. They say Hello. It's something about the summer just makes people happy scary, summertime. What do you want? Go my first spiral sausage. It's good. It's a northeast thing. Spiral. Great great. I you turn into to remind you at summer go to crank barbecue, and I got it all roll, and I got people yelling screaming big party in the background, we had a great Memorial Day weekend. That's kicks off summer for me. Love that running around outside at night, playing hide and seek and stuff. Little that's good that manhunt, awesome. That's favorite website. What can I say? Thank you. Everyone brought me taffy and fudge down the jersey shore where we had a broadcast this, you'd love your tap doing. It was so sweet. Because so many listeners actually brought me I was eating taffy and fudge all weekend. Testing. So thank you. Traffic and fudge. The new light FM morning. About that. Good body taffy high tabby of all the fun. The tabby check weather with taffy. Rainy today back to you foot taffy with all right with by some Shelly. The. No Levin is leaving the voice, Gwen Stefani will be taking his place there for sixteen seasons. Did you feel on all the different hair styles of Adam Levine's, entering the voice, even blonde the lie? It was interesting. He took to social to his fellow judges, and NBC and Blake Shelton said, you know, I'm going to definitely miss them, but it's pretty cool about his girlfriend is going to be sitting like two seats from him or is it close? Thing is too much of each other. I wonder Aladdin made one hundred twelve point seven million dollars. You'll go day holiday weekend. One hundred twelve point seven million dollars over the four day holiday weekend, Latin. I still haven't seen it because one kid was away in one kid was home.
"plank" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show
"What you're not living your life without autumn. Let me be very clear about that not. They were my best friend this weekend. Audible dot com slash Elvis. Tweet Elvis, Elvis, Duran, and he may put you on the air, the morning show. Business straight throwing the Pelham straight stolen the phone across the room not a lot. What can I blinked out every single day? Nate either full of his chair drops the phone heat Trump's more things than than I do. Are you having a stroke? All right. My one wanted. It's not like this. Peta stroke. I've had one maybe you're having tremors. I really know what it feels like that is not I think just being clumsy and I'm trying to get Sam on the phone. Okay. We got Sam on the phone. I'm shocked to say. Let's make sure you're okay. I'm okay today. Okay. Well, I know you're dropping stuff. I know I'll tell you, I hate this phone, why. No, you then once you get a new phone, I asked engineering for new phone refused to give who phone would you please? Call Bob Pittman. I wanna go that high comedy, go right to the tippy top. Okay for phone actually call rich Bressler. He's the money. Okay. Right right on. All right. Droppin crap. Ornate of all the radio shows you could be listening to this is the most unpolished. We have no idea where we're going. We're just a boat floating around in the ocean. Hey, speaking of did you did you read the story about that woman in Maui, eaten by a shark here about the no but I'm about to go Google. Yeah. You heard about it frog. Right. Yeah. Did. Yeah. Like thirty feet thirty yards. Whatever thirty yards offshore in, in Maui, she's swimming. And then. Oh my gosh. I know this is why I just, you know, even swimming pool I get scared. Swimming pools cocaine. No, no. It's you still have that fear though that fear of what's been beneath the service..
"plank" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show
"For how many years, oh, your breath is your breath band. Scary. Scary are consistent. They're both bad breath killers. Anyway. Look in the world of marketing Nate, you've got to be known for something even if it is being murder. I mean I appreciate that. I just wish it was something more, positive or risk. Let's look through this. What could Nate be known for if not murder? Go. Most himself. He's. Yeah. Jim selfish conceited person on the show. Most medium pants. These are not good things murder. Take the murder. Frog is living the suburbanites dream. He just moved to a new town. He's in Jacksonville now, and he's getting out in meetings neighbors at block parties and things like that. And you only been there for what two months, the almost three months hell, how are they accepting or they liking you yet? Everybody is so super nice, and we had a block party over the weekend. There were over one hundred people showed up to the party, and everybody was super nice to get so much fun. So many people and now I can't figure out what I wanna hang out with more. That's good. Well, let's good. You make new friends that that problem, we had a huge party at the jersey shore this weekend, we had three thousand people show up and we only awesome only how to one little bowl of cheese dip. I was actually feeding the crowd French fries auguries that I was giving them all the French fries that we're on our table morning to our friends at jenkinson's. We thank you for your hospitality. We'll, we'll be back next year. Oh, okay. How was your weekend there producer Sam turn your microphone? Was lovely. I, I wanted to be jenkinson so bad that I rebelled by going myself the next night. We got there early in the morning, scary started drinkin-, and we were all at home, and he was daydreaming until after noon beach, and it was a great time. And then I stayed there, the next three days because I can't get enough of the jersey shore scarring, I knew I smoked area when I showed up. When I was leaving. There are these guys with their shirts on washing their hot car out in front of their house. And they looked at me is if they knew me, so I kinda stopped and looked at them try to recognize they were. And he said, hey, you he said, you've got a frigging nice ride. They're nice call. Alec. Types are are somewhat true. I told there we're going, I was told we're going to be a lot of good looking giant men with no shirts and like barb wire tattoos and I did see it. You would have seen one of those in my bed, license. All right. Let's get into the field goods make us feel good. What do you have L this year? You were worried about at seventeen years old. Yes. What was on your mind? Those pimples. Same still today. Well, I was thinking about a lot of garbage, but nothing was as important as protecting my country. And that's exactly what seventeen year old superhuman, Sarah ball devito's has on her mind. So Sarah's mother sent me an Email, and it was one of the best emails I've ever read. It was gushing. She's just so proud of her daughter because not only is she the youngest female in her US marines boot camp. But she has three surgeons promoting her to graduate because of how well she's excelling everything seventeen seventeen woman. He is absolutely crushing every aspect of training. And I think that's incredible. And Sarah's mother told me she writes her messages of our field goods to send her inspiration throughout the week. So I think it's so cool stars about to read an about herself. Thank you so much for protecting our country. Sarah and everybody else out there. And if you have a letter that deserves to be featured. Email me, Sam Elvis, Duran dot com. Subject line feel-good. Thank you, Sam. Hey, I wanted to say one..
"plank" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show
"Nine and those are your Tuesday morning or is go. Thank you very much. Samantha, thank you, straightening. Okay. I get into the three things you need to know. Gandhi. What are they massive damage in Dayton, Ohio, and the surrounding areas? This Memorial Day weekend was pretty bad for them with a giant tornado coming through so far. There are no deaths, but rescue, crews are still looking for trapped people and five million are without power in Ohio alone, fish morning. There were fifty tornadoes throughout the midwest over the weekend. So they had a lot of really bad stuff happening the World Health Organization. Officially classifying burn out as a new disease. I get it. You think all of us have it. Any of us have Not all? at all. I think that. Xs, chronic workplace stress that has not been successfully managed. So soon, doctors are going to be able to diagnose it and maybe prescribed treatments. I wonder what that will be a burn out treatment out treatments called don't work. Take a vacation and finally the price for drinks at a place in DisneyWorld is causing people to freak out because there's a beer flight. That's four beers. And at seventy five dollars, and the internet is not happy about that. A lot of. Beers Gandhi, thank you. The tax are coming and they're mad at you. Gandhi said a pardon me, you're wrong beyond say was Oscar where the Austin powers. Example of stick to plan a Pierce Brosnan trying to act and sing in Mamma Mia. People at the plant. Walkers and talkers of podcast for Walking Dead Benz. You can't say anything. No stopping recaps the latest news and interviews with members of the cast hosted by David Brody, and his co host, Jamie. Walkers, and talkers listen on the iheartradio app. Elvis, Duran in the morning show. So the rate of star stripes, summer with Eminem's and skittles, red, white and blue candies..
"plank" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily
"Plank experiences oversee real it's on your list. PS full PSP VR experience. So. It's been on the rift. It's one of those games. It's been on rift in vibe for a while. And now coming PSV usher. It's a very simple experience. But it's one of those things where if you wanna show somebody via for the first time, this is one of the things that you put them in. Okay. What are the you put them on the roller coaster, topics? Battening Batman super hall things you show people beat sabres. Oh, my love and beat say tell you what some fun. Richie's plank experience, basically is it's kind of an urban city scape. And you are in an elevator. And you take the elevated a top of a very very very very very toll building at the top of which there is a plank. The Lee goes out over the edge, build, and you walk out on all in VR, and you walk out on the plank, and you let down this couple of mini games about into as well. But it's essentially one of those VR experiences meant to induce vote to go and give you that sense of like OSHA about really high. And it's one of it's one of those experience kind of does it crosses that reality brain Barry away for even though the game part of it then. Well, this is this just an experienced experiences in the title. Yes. So the main experience really just let the sense of Otago in the sense of heightened using gives you there's a there's a thing we can let fly around on a rocket pack, and there's a. There's a there's a there's a couple of game modes, but the main experience inches had the price this because it was I think it was a platinum trophy. Of course, you up so you walk out on the plank. And it's one of those things where even though, you know, the in reality you standing in your living room or your office. Whatever you'll you'll very very nervous about not taking feet off of the plant because you feel that your brain that you really really up high. Okay. And it's just one of those things where you get a sense of vertigo. You get a sense of OSHA if you don't like heights. I don't think I can walk in plain. And then and then depending on how you've set the total it will sometimes drop the plank out for Monday full moment of. Wake up from the dream. Let you pull it via heads go. My god. Really wasn't really full into my death. Really really fond Israel like I said when people come over to try via Ritchie's plank experiences. One of the things that we give them to try and unless they really really really don't like heights in which case, I wouldn't put you in because it does. Very convincingly convinces, you that you're actually like way high up again, even though you know, that you're surrounded by solid floor and everything's fine. Your brain is sufficiently tricks by the VR experience of thinking oh shit. Like what if I fall off this plank? We're so I'm a big fan of it highly recommended Gary.
"plank" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM
"Dial. Toll free take control of the airwaves here we're talking about protectionism, trade barriers this. So-called, trade deficit concept which is just. Absolute essentially propaganda jazz the trade deficit look we'll tell you. More about it you can call with. Your. Thoughts though on anything you want know you wanted to make a correction here we were. Talking. With gentlemen on the line who's? Asking about doctor assisted? Suicide, and euthanasia, right what is the libertarian party's position if anything on that I? He asked why does it deliver -tarian partied discussed this or take a stance and I was fairly certain there is something in the platform that covered this and it's under the healthcare plank Plank two point one three for those playing. At home dot org platform cheaper euthanasia. Didn't. Work didn't correct so under the healthcare plan get says we recognize the freedom of individuals. To. Determine the level of health insurance? They what goes on? A, little bit, more and says including other aspects of their medical care including end? Of life decisions right so the platform makes reference to people being able or rather they should be able to Control end. Of life decisions which would. Be this suicide, or euthanasia as you would expect in along with the principle of self, ownership should go the English yourself it just isn't under a separate. Plank titled euthanasia thank you for clarifying also want to make sure that you know about the blink home security system it, is HD quality camera that is wireless and you can set it up and just moments. All you have to do is order it comes to. Your, house you on box. Put the batteries in. And then, you put him up wherever you want set it all up, with a wifi enabled device, in your done then you get, notices whenever, something happens in front of the camera. During the times the time frames.