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"pooh" Discussed on HISTORY This Week

HISTORY This Week

07:07 min | 3 weeks ago

"pooh" Discussed on HISTORY This Week

"Badge do with bear and a balloon and some bees. Meanwhile as christmas nineteen twenty five approaches sales of millns book continue to climb a headline in a november edition of the new york telegraph. Reads everybody's talking about this book. Above a photo of the real christopher robin everyone wanted to know what would mill right next. And daphne said why don't you write on one of those stories that you told us for bedtime on december twenty fourth nineteen twenty five the christmas eve edition of the evening news features. A front page spread a children's story by a mill a few pages later a banner headline spells out in all capital letters. Win the poop you decided to upgrade your outdoor day. So you order the essentials. A power washer a set of patio chairs and shiny new grill. And you used your bank of america. Customized cash rewards credit card choosing to earn three percent cashback on online shopping and up to five point five percent as a preferred rewards member which you put towards your most essential edition a bird feeder apply for yours at bank of america dot com slash more rewarding copyright twenty twenty one bank of america corporation. Just a few weeks. After his christmas story introduces the world to winnie the pooh a milne rates. A to do list. Second on the agenda a book deaths and billy special requests of winnie the pooh the world milne created was like his poems pulled from memory observation and imagination in his son's nursery. He found the dolls who would become the main characters found and sometimes planted. The child already had two and piglet kanga for instance was added deliberately by mel industry because he wanted to use another character from his wife. Daphne milne got most of the voices. She invented those. While playing with billy and the grounds of the milnes country home ended up inspiring the hundred acre wood. Where pooh and piglet and the fictional christopher robin played see the whole womb spread out until it reach the sky. The real place was called ashdown forest wonderful place to walk towards the end. You come down to two sticks bridge so named for the game that real christopher robin would play there with his father. This great pleasure in dropping sticks into a stream what she brace each other across the other side. A milne works all of these details and more into his book. Ten months after that first story comes out he publishes a full book of stories winnie the pooh and the world is introduced to a distinctive cast of characters. There's the lovable who of course they're very brain. Your gloomy and tested tigger boisterous over trying to make the best things being optimistic readers. Young and old would see themselves in the pu book characters. Maybe it was rabbits self-importance well said rubbish. Offer long silence. we should. They thanked him for the nice walk. They were having this get home. I suppose or yours. Negatively could be worse. Not sure how good it could be each sentences. His beautifully crafted. Just so funny. The doctors told readers just what they were getting chapter one in which we are introduced to winnie the pooh and some bees and the stories begin. Chapter four your loses a tail descriptive. The plots are simple. Christopher robin throws poo a party piglet gets stuck in a flood so little anxious he said to himself to be a very small animal entirely surrounded by water. The characters have adventures and misadventures their self-aware they accept one another flaws and all the stores has such an emphasis on friendship on kindness generosity on facing troubles bravely and they just good good in every sense there will written and they have a good message the next year nineteen twenty seven million publishes another installment of the poo- stories a book of poetry called. Now we are six the year after that comes the house at pooh corner. The books were extremely popular. Each new publications saw even greater demand and the name. Christopher robin becomes famous. Readers didn't always lake christopher robin the character in the stories. He's sort of parental figure. Some people think that she's too good to be true for a a milne. Christopher robin the character and billy moon his son were always different people but readers. Nevertheless we're interested in knowing more about the real. Christopher robin who was of course just a child milne became more and more uncomfortable with this and in nineteen twenty nine. He writes a letter to his devoted readers the dividing line between the imaginary in the league or crystal becomes page of each book. This then brings me at lost one of the reasons why these verses and stories have come to an end to an end mill says there will be no more winnie. The pooh books. He writes the legal. Christopher robin has already had more publicity than i want for him moreover since he is growing up he will soon feel that he has had more publicity than he wants for himself. But of course it was too late. He couldn't stop people being interested in child. Milne tries to pivot back into writing for adults in one thousand nine hundred eighty one. He published his new novel and sets off on a book tour to promote it but everyone was more interested in asking about christopher robin and they were asking himself milne couldn't escape the world he'd created in the hundred acre wood. Readers had come to expect certain things from him. Though he'd once been popular playwright after pooh mill would never have another successful play and he came to present the way that people received his work he said. Even if you read something as.

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"pooh" Discussed on HISTORY This Week

HISTORY This Week

02:04 min | 3 weeks ago

"pooh" Discussed on HISTORY This Week

"A canadian soldier buying an orphaned bear cub from a trapper is not the way you imagine the origins of winnie the pooh. You are not alone. It's really strange. A person who was once called the world's leading who scholar agrees switch. I'm bravo aged biographer. And tweet is eighty eight years old. She's been a raiders since the late nineteen fifties. I writing children's books and then trying to biographies in the nineteen seventies and eighties. One of those books about the english writer edmund. Gos- won a big prize and after that amply was under a bit of pressure as she selected her next subject of publishes approach with ideas and most of them were wildly unsuitable but one publisher pitched a person she liked a mill author of the winnie. The pooh books. I said immediately that would be marvelous if i could because i always loved a mill. I love books. I've read them as a child. He was perfect subject for me but there was a catch. We didn't want to do the book. Without the permission of millns living son christopher robin milne who inspired the character of christopher robin i had said jewish this just a momentum was agreeable and i understand that he has turned down number biographers in the past in fact he had said in cringe that she didn't want anyone to write about farther but this time he agrees he even gives tweet permission to access all kinds of archival documents. She's able to visit the milam country home in southern england which helped inspire the pooh books. And which was and still is off to the public if it's a lovely place. Remarkably and unspoilt sexy now as it was then and she gets to meet with christopher robin milne himself.

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The True Winnie-the-Pooh

HISTORY This Week

02:04 min | 3 weeks ago

The True Winnie-the-Pooh

"A canadian soldier buying an orphaned bear cub from a trapper is not the way you imagine the origins of winnie the pooh. You are not alone. It's really strange. A person who was once called the world's leading who scholar agrees switch. I'm bravo aged biographer. And tweet is eighty eight years old. She's been a raiders since the late nineteen fifties. I writing children's books and then trying to biographies in the nineteen seventies and eighties. One of those books about the english writer edmund. Gos- won a big prize and after that amply was under a bit of pressure as she selected her next subject of publishes approach with ideas and most of them were wildly unsuitable but one publisher pitched a person she liked a mill author of the winnie. The pooh books. I said immediately that would be marvelous if i could because i always loved a mill. I love books. I've read them as a child. He was perfect subject for me but there was a catch. We didn't want to do the book. Without the permission of millns living son christopher robin milne who inspired the character of christopher robin i had said jewish this just a momentum was agreeable and i understand that he has turned down number biographers in the past in fact he had said in cringe that she didn't want anyone to write about farther but this time he agrees he even gives tweet permission to access all kinds of archival documents. She's able to visit the milam country home in southern england which helped inspire the pooh books. And which was and still is off to the public if it's a lovely place. Remarkably and unspoilt sexy now as it was then and she gets to meet with christopher robin milne himself.

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Steph and LeBron's Impressive Finals Streak Ends With Lakers Loss

The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker

02:05 min | 3 months ago

Steph and LeBron's Impressive Finals Streak Ends With Lakers Loss

"I know a lot of people have said here. We are the playoff stepped in. Get in right to play in game now. Lebrons knocked out first. time since. Twenty ten steph. Lebron will not be in the finals. nba finals. I mean think about that. So this is a changing of the guard. Something new but nobody should be surprised. I know chris was on his high horse and when they won game three dominant in control. Anthony davis had averaged thirty four points. Aaron in those two wins remember. They lost the opener and anthony. Davis had a bad game and then he played really well so chris thought that you know it was in the bag. A lot of people did started making arrangements for the lakers to make it to the finals. Yet they gotta easy path. Nobody's gonna stop them. Nobody in the west scares. You didn't care about utah. Being the number one seed. They pooh-poohed phoenix pin number. Two and boy did they. Run into a buzzsaw devon booker chris paul bounce back from an injury and look at what they were able to came into staples. You know all i heard from people were don't bet against lebron he's never been knocked out in the i. Am i right aaron. How many times did you hear that. I'm not betting against lebron. As if he always one all the time. Okay in the first round. He was fourteen to know going into this. But you gotta step back. Don't be lazy a lot of people lazy and it's just easy to pick the obvious choice. I never thought they were going to beat. The sons. never thought. They had a run in them to get to the finals. Because too many things had to go right and they're dealing with two players who have been banged up and injured two star players and then air look at the reserves and the role players and the supporting cast. This team better than a team that won the championship a year ago. Now you can't bank going anything with with that with that. Group

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Skipping The Line and Monetizing Your Interests with James Altucher

Entrepreneur on FIRE

01:55 min | 3 months ago

Skipping The Line and Monetizing Your Interests with James Altucher

"Skip the line is about how do you be not the best in the world at something but okay maybe in the top one percent which is a very much larger group than being the best at something and then how do you also monetize. Whatever it is. You're interested in if you're interested in gardening. How do you monetize if you're interested in making in sports. How do you monetize that. If you if you're interested in comedy podcasting or writing or or finance how do you monetize it. It's not so easy. And so. I wanted to write a book that covered both lanes as opposed to one or the other one hundred percent. James listen oftentimes fire nation. The gatekeepers to there are the ones that are kind of pooh-poohing being like. Oh you can't do that like no. There's a process. You have to go through like no you just got to get into the back of the line and i heard that over and over again when i was deciding to start my first daily podcast interview entrepreneurs and these were from the gatekeepers from cliff. Ravens craft the podcast mastermind. This even from our our dear friend. Jimmy who was my one on one mentor. Guess what they wanted the best for me and they gave me ninety nine percent. Brilliant advice that. I did follow but they were both adamant the john. You cannot do a daily podcast interview entrepreneurs you will fail just what everybody else is doing it in the back of the line. Do a once a week show. That's what everybody does. We need to do as well. So get in the back of the line in just put it in your raps and overtime. Hey maybe it's going to happen. But i said to myself. Does anybody get good at something doing it once a week or four times a month like i gonna put in the wraps. I'm a bad interviewer. A bad podcast host right now. I've never done it before. Let me put in those wraps. And i had the passion i combined. It was skills over time. Because i was doing every single day. Which is james said. Gave me the potential to make some money the potential for that monetization.

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The Swedish Clown (Bjrn DAHLMAN, Clowns Without Borders)

Mosaic of China

03:30 min | 4 months ago

The Swedish Clown (Bjrn DAHLMAN, Clowns Without Borders)

"Today's guest yearn is a professional clown which might make it one of those subjects that can be a polarizing. Love hate situation. If you love clowns please listen. You will learn something and if you detest clowns and wish you could vaporize them all with the press of a button i promise you also enjoying this compensation. It shouldn't take you long to realize that at least for some people. It takes a surprising amount of thoughtfulness and intelligence to make yourself the object of stupidity. Thank you so much beyond you are a professional clown. If that right yes that is right and here is what our mutual friend maple said about you. His name is beyond. He's from sweden. Matt him on eighty. He's very funny clown and then later on we work together in a charity hospital and talk more and i feel like he's very warm hearted and he's very professional. Yeah how did you and maple. I get to know each other. What's your story. well there was. This new comedian accrue for comedy and she was absolutely hilarious and it also turned out. She was super nice person. Simple as that. So i am guessing what object you have brought today. That in some way exemplifies your life here in china. But why don't you explain what you've brought. Well why don't we do this. I will put it on and you tell me what you see you like this. This this is my red clown nose than those that are wearing. When i'm doing shows and i wouldn't take off now because i think women are scared this way. I just did a tour. Because in sweden kindergartens kept right and we were allowed to do shows for about ten kids. Well you mentioned that you are in sweden. You are one of the people in this series. That i am interviewing remotely which is a shame. But i'm very grateful that we can still do this. Whereabouts in sweden. You're right now. I'm in my hometown. it's called uppsala. The fourth biggest city of sweden. I came to consider it a very very small town. It's a different life to what you normally would have been used to in shanghai. I hope that you can come back as soon as possible. How long have you actually lived in. Shanghai considered shanghai my base since two thousand fourteen. When i started studying chinese at shanghai theatre academy and then not being you know student. The business of i finally got my working visa. And now i couldn't even enter with it because of the pandemic process all over but yes six years. But that's not where you're china story started right. You had a connection long before they didn't you. Yes so. I guess it started with my hippie parents so i grew up in a house where you know they would talk about. My mother started doing tai in the late eighties. And then my father started doing taichi and they were these kind of parents. I remember i was fourteen years old and i came home from school and i just feel horrible and i felt so stressed about everything and mother gave me this book that's called the tau of pu as winnie the pooh and that was my interactions. It thousand som.

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Spotify goes HiFi

Talking Tech

00:48 sec | 7 months ago

Spotify goes HiFi

"Spotify the most popular music streaming service says it plans to launch a higher fidelity level of service later this year. It's going to be called spotify. Hi fi so for a bit of background most standard levels of streaming of music it's equivalent to mp3 quality to better than mp three quality. So that's the range you've got and a lot of people pretty much pooh-poohing mp three now back in the day it was. It was great because you could get can email and download files at our whatever but in these cases the song files are compressed and some dads lost in the process. So that's kinda why. Mp threes pooh-poohed. You know they sound good but likely not as good as if you played the same song on a compact disc but several services have sought to improve sand cloudy with compression that saves all the

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LeBron James calls All-Star game plan in Atlanta 'a slap in the face'

The Breakfast Club

01:51 min | 8 months ago

LeBron James calls All-Star game plan in Atlanta 'a slap in the face'

"All right now. Let's talk about the all star game. We talked about this yesterday. That is going to be on march seventh in atlanta but certain people are not happy about it. One of those people is lebron james now he told reporters after the lakers beat the nuggets on thursday night at staples center said. I don't even understand why we're having an all star game. He said i'll be there physically but not mentally and a lot of people. Don't think it's a good idea. He also said it's a slap in the face amidst the pandemic. Now another person who thinks it's a stupid idea is kings guard fox. He was At a press conference. And here's what he had to say about the all star game Only brutally honest. I think it's stupid. No if we have to wear masks and do all this For a regular game then was appointed bringing all star game back. But you know money makes the world go round. So i'm not really worried about it on voted soviet from. Not you find if you if you if you're not. You're not hurting. You decided not to play us. A hefty fine. So how play now you know. I'm not the highest grade. A weeding dispensary. I never claimed to be described as avenger. I don't get it. It's one extra game you already playing seventy two games. You travel here. You traveled there. Like what am i missing with this. You just left like the left. Like what am i missing. Yeah i don't know he just said he doesn't understand because it's not i don't know it's it's it's a one extra game you're playing seventy two games this season. I mean i don't know. I would like to hear more a why why why. Why to all games shouldn't have. And i just wanna know because it doesn't count for anything. Maybe yeah that's when it goes on their record so why do something that doesn't even ren- anything just a good time and money play money. I sponsored they got sponsors. We know that. I mean all this is about money like the whole season is about money.

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Is it Time to Add Colchicine to the CVD Cocktail?

iForumRx.org

04:42 min | 9 months ago

Is it Time to Add Colchicine to the CVD Cocktail?

"I think most people would consider loco to to be a positive study again. Demonstrating the positive effects. That culture scene can have on cardiovascular outcomes in looking at the conduct of the study. What do you consider to be the strengths and potential weaknesses. What concerns does it raise and does this study established culture seen as a standard of care that should be offered to most patients with coronary artery disease or just to some patients or just a limited view. Yes i'm going to go ahead and quickly Discussed the strengths. This was a randomized placebo. Controlled double blind trial. They had a large sample size around fifty. Five hundred patients were randomized. These patients were on solid background. Therapy as i discuss previously. And i think this answers are very important. Clinical question about further risk reduction in patients with cad. Yes so. I completely agree. I mean this is a a well done study with no real fatal flaws. But certainly. There's some things discuss here so i or a couple of things regarding the design of the trial. That really. Back to the generalize ability the findings so i the trial like taylor said was done primarily male patient population specifically in western australia and netherlands. So as unfortunately we see often cardiovascular literature women were underrepresented here in the extrapolation other ethnic groups may be challenged. But the. I don't see this at this. Point is a fatal flaw and i don't have any real biological reason to think that the results wouldn't extrapolate other groups next specifically the culture seem does that was used was point five milligrams which is different than the zero point six milligrams at least we have here in the us. So for some of this could be an issue in what's unknown at this point is if this twenty percent difference in concentration could ultimately impact you the outcomes whether the efficacy or safety however again my gut says it's it's probably k. We've extrapolated from some of the pericarditis data and used are kinda us doses with benefit. So with those said. I think the biggest issue kind of discuss regarding this trial is the priroda musician running phase so against dealer alluded to patients after they were enrolled went into a one month. Essentially tolerability running phase in which fifteen percent of patients actually dropped out during this phase before random ization patients dropped out about sixty percent or overall about nine percent of the overall enrollment phase was lost to perceived side effects for which about half were gi related. As you'd expect with culture scene for me this dropout rate largely for eighty are reasons. Make really me question. The finding of equal discontinuation rates between the trial arms in might skew what we might actually see in clinical practice so i don't think losing sight of shore educating patients about possible side effects from a statistical standpoint you can have the consideration that dropping patients pre random ization due to tolerability concerns. Kind of enriches your potential drug effect. You don't have those patients in the intention to treat arm who aren't exposed to the drug so possibly is looking drug effect versus placebo. Based on what you'd expect in practice you may potentially not see the same overwhelming benefit but the benefit was very strong. And i don't think adding those patients back in would necessarily change the overall Interpretation trial or the application. So really from running phases very much a A safety issue versus inefficacy issue. So alternate of. Bring that back to get back to coach. Seems place in therapy ultimate At this point. I really think lonzo to help to continue to confirm the potential benefit of colchicine in cad management. When we look at this along with other trials whether it be the local one and then probably most importantly combine this along with the whole cod study. We see it but largely consistent benefit with culture seeing reducing cardiovascular events out for those familiar with the study may also seen that at the same time the lotto co two was presented also. A study called cops was presented and this is specific australian study that looked at culture again in an acs population now. This was a negative study. But the real caveat with that is the trial was actually powered for very large difference in events so it really was underpowered to potentially detect. What we what was suggested as possibly clinically relevant differences power. Find about a fifty percent difference in. It looked like there might have been about thirty percent difference. Which is what's consistent with other studies. So kinda really negates. The ability for that trial to kind of pooh-poohed on potential benefits here and i really think ultimately what we have to ask ourselves is is this nonfatal event risk reduction enough to make a therapy part of standard therapy in will i'd say softer endpoint is at play here. It's probably at least reasonable that it's something that we can't just throw out

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'New variant' of coronavirus identified in England

Coronacast

04:31 min | 9 months ago

'New variant' of coronavirus identified in England

"Another day another potential. New strain of coronavirus norman. In southern england the uk health secretary. Matt hancock says that there could be a new strain circulating there that seems to be growing faster than the existing variants and a papal get worried when we start talking that new strains but how much credence should we give. Today's climbs nor lot. You're one day that might be a strain. That's really muscular. Strain that's causing a lot of problems. the bars is mutating all the time there are selection processes that go on. You might remember that when the safest outbreak occurred there was a lot of fuss made about a possibly highly infectious strain people. Paint that and a lot of people pooh-poohed that in our community really not hair very much since people who were very quiet about the south australian strain with this one could be a strain that's a bit more infectious than others dominated. It's much more likely to be that. Somebody's arrived from europe. Brought this in. And that's the one that spread through clusters preferentially and if you look at it then you see that spread there. I mean it was really yesterday that the estimate that from one medical conference in boston the spread of that from when you look at the genetics of the spread that cluster has resulted in three hundred thirty thousand infections from a medical conference. That's ironic from a medical conference from one super spreading event. So just imagine if somebody happened to turn up at that super spreading event with a particular mutation of the virus and it spreading you think. Oh well let's taking over america. It's just happens to be the virus that you came to that medical conference with and picked somebody on the cheek and away you go. They call it the founder effect that it's not necessarily that it's it's better first spreading or it's more infectious. It's just that it's the one that got their first. Yes and the fundraiser's usually described as somebody arriving migrant arriving in a an isolated population and it's spreading from there so for example from memory there was a founder effect with a metabolic problem with Bone disease in quebec. If i remember rightly there's the founder effect of huntings tunes disease in tasmania and therefore you a lot more. Hunting season has meaning you otherwise we'd have just because somebody got off the board with that gene and it spread through the population. So so that's really what you normally call the finding effect but yeah you can get it with the virus as well and that's probably what's happened here in the uk that it's just somebody with that. Virus has been in a super spreading and spreading around and is not something to keep you up at night at least not yet and if you listen to corner cast. We'll tell you when you go to stay awake at night. that's right. So this mutation change the viruses behavior in any way or is there any concern about whether it will still be protect would still be protected against it by the vaccines in development. Well just talking to an australian researcher. Who's expert in this field. The british mutation has mutations on top of the vars that was seen for example in malvern. And so they're they're kind of mutations on mutations here simplifying. what is a very complicated message from its researcher. essentially there. It is possible that this variant in britain cooed evade vaccines. But but he. He doesn't really think that's the case. He thinks that's the vaccine. The vaccine should be brought enough to be able to cope with it. The question that is raised by this researchers informing us on this. Is that the mutation. That's buried in this in this virus in the uk suggests that could be a little reservoir. Which brings you back to the mink in other words that maybe there is another jump from animals to humans beyond wuhan and that. That's what spreading. Here i mean that's i mean that's a long bow to pool but that's one of the possibilities here and of course it's one of the reasons why they slaughtered these mink in northern europe. Because they were worried that you actually would get a second or however many you have no idea how many animal reservoirs have been transferred to humans over the last few months but this might be another one and so here is that this could be jump from an animal reservoir. Maybe maybe not but It it just shows that probably do the right thing by sacrificing these music.

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"pooh" Discussed on FaithFit Podcast

FaithFit Podcast

04:48 min | 10 months ago

"pooh" Discussed on FaithFit Podcast

"Because there's a lot of gyms that you know they'll put a warm up on the board lowest point at it exactly pooh-pooh to pooh-poohed program based on somebody's inability to coach comprehend material just makes oh. I totally agree. Or it's just there's they they're scared to try right unless unless you're someone like me. His i mean for instance you know. I think the deadliest useless. Because i'm bad at it that talk about that and the very i like that though because i do know people that are like bad at cross. Oh cross what's bad bad for them. And i'm like that's making you walk through with that mentality in other areas too like that. That must not. That wouldn't be very good carryover. Unfortunately i know a lot of people like that. I learned so much from cross though we all know where episode at some point of just what we planned. Yeah oh yeah you know it's funny Like i'm studying for the national association. Sports medicine stuff. And i'm taking my test in january by the way so halfway. I'm done with the entire program. I just have to take the tests while. I'm in the study right now. But they go over a lot of you know things like couplets and things i go like with certain lifts and things like that but even even have knows from the nazim into as much depth into the actual movements as the ones do which i have So you know. That's another thing to say know. I've got a nationally accredited certification coming up in a month and i still can benefit so much from something like the l. one so it's anyone out there who I learned more in the all one weekend than i learned in my whole mechanical engineering degree. Yeah they i mean the you learn that it's just hands on compared to anything else but it's fun to but yeah i mean. We just talked about the technique. And there's one thing..

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Trump and the GOP Campaign Against Reality

Late Night with Seth Meyers Podcast

05:03 min | 11 months ago

Trump and the GOP Campaign Against Reality

"The president and his allies decided on closing message for the final days of the campaign wine about social media pretend the pandemic is over for more on this. It's time for a closer look. There's a lot you can say about Donald Trump's inner circle and the leadership of the Modern Republican Party. But when you boil it down, it's basically just a collection of shy can't take Weirdos. Then people who collect ceramic pigs in sit by their windows writing down license plate numbers for no reason take for example House Minority Leader Kevin, McCarthy. You showed up to one of trump's rallies yesterday claimed republicans are going to take back the House McCarthy then belched up this I think English sentence about House Speaker Nancy, Pelosi a watch you watch Nancy Pelosi hand. And I promise you this. I won't thank her with it but I'll banged the into the socialism and yes to America. What No. I'll bang end to the socialism and yes to America, that sounds like a poorly translated leaflet dropped on Moscow during the Cold War why all these guys talk like rip off dollar store. Action. Figures made in. Eastern Europe. Your grandma will get you for Christmas. Oh Wow. It's a fuzz goodyear. Let me pull the string. The leaders of the hundred gop beer. Basically just a bunch of goofy old buds. I said it pods. Take a guy is still working at your hometown bowling alley thirty years after high school because he gets free disco fries blessed all the shoe sporadic and huff and that is a lot. For example Republicans held a hearing on big tech companies yesterday just to complain about supposed social media. Bias against conservatives which it's not thing. Now, there are progressives like Elizabeth Warren Tonight's guest, Bernie Sanders you really do want to break up big tech monopolies that have consolidated too much power but Republicans just WanNa. whine about mean tweets they don't like the best example of that came from Wisconsin Senator Ron Johnson when he complained about an obviously satirical tweet this Dorsey. You talked about your house toward misinformation and then you will you will block misinformation if it's about against civic integrity election interference or voter suppression give you a tweet. There was put up on twitter says Senator Ron. Johnson is my neighbor in strangle our dog buttons right in front of my four year old son and three year old daughter the Keith refused to investigate. This is a complete line, but important to retreat and note that there are more my lies to come. How could that not be a violation voice oppression? Obviously, if people think I'm strangling my neighbors. They may not show the polls that would be worse oppression and another thing Mr Dorsey last night by doorbell rang late at night. So went to answer when I opened the door there was a flame in bag APU on the front step. So I tried to stamp out the fire but I got poo all over my shoes this clearly enact the voter suppression by the Neighborhood Teens because if I pooh-poohed on my shoes, I'll be too embarrassed to go vote. The bigger problem here is Ron Johnson thinks his constituents might actually believe that he strangled his neighbor's dog and Yeah. Okay and kind of see it. With said. Jack Dorsey looks like a dog serial killer. Like straight up a guy who together multiple dogs. in Ron Johnson's corn chowder brain joke tweet about a senators voter suppression. But invalidating mail in ballots and making people wait hours to vote isn't he's like a guy parks is BMW in a fire lane then loses when his targets tone Boris Suppression How am I supposed to get to the polling place now and then there was Tennessee Senator Marsha Blackburn who asked the CEO of Google if the company was still employing someone who criticized her is a blight Lemoyne one of your engineers still working with you. Senator familiar with his name is a name as an employee I'm not sure these employees. well, he has had very unconscious things to say about me and I was just wondering if you all still. Kept him working they are man Fox News is right. Canceled Culture is out of control. She sounds like she's asking to speak to the manager about a sales assistant at Costco is Madison still working here. She had very unkind things to say about me when I tried to sample the pizza rolls in the frozen I'll very hurtful things about how I'm not supposed to open the box. This is a fundamental reality of the modern GOP they're all donald trump. He complains about social media they complain about social media even though most of them don't have the tech savvy to handle the laundry room bulletin board coffee, table for sale what the hell does Obioma this is unfair.

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Five Ways To Manage Constipation Even If Your Child Takes Laxatives

Healthy Eating For Kids

06:56 min | 1 year ago

Five Ways To Manage Constipation Even If Your Child Takes Laxatives

"Before I share tips on how to manage constipation. You may be good idea to just quick run through what is constipation and actually you know you may find that your baby or child has large stews and these are difficult to pause, and there's something called Burston stooge shorts. You can either Google that or if you go to my latest blog post on held babies and toddlers constipation, there's a link in that block pose on. How a picture of the Bristol stool shot, we basically grading of the different types of stews. So with constipation, it'll be more rating type one and type two rather stews either separated hawed and lumpy were they all sausage like but with cracks in it and that's conservation. Usually your baby child will experience pain when passing stools and generally if your baby pausing fewer than three movements but week and when they do a poo, if they are in pain discomfort, then generally that's a good telltale sign that they have constipation and is usually at this point, you probably have a chat with your child's GPO pediatrician and for children whether happened Sistan Constipation, they may have been described laxatives I thought we'd focus on laxatives for the purpose of today's block posed an podcast episode because it's the most common type of medication that's prescribed to manage the constipation. The ways of classifying. Constipation could be say. Less than a quarter of the stews all great ones are hard and they're quite separate hard lumps or grade to is lumpy sausage like Pooh that we've spoken about and very few students and less than a quarter of your students would be loose and watery. Some children and adults including older adults may also suffer from ideas and Bowel Syndrome is generally to affect about seven to fifteen percent of the population, and you know quite a majority of they may not even realize that they have insect of had long term problems with constipation. They may have some of these laxatives prescribed and IB sense to be more common in women. Than in men and the reason really bringing it up, is because it sort of wrongs in families. If women are more likely to suffer for my via. So chances are suspected you China might have ideas then you you know I the Mum or Dad may also have. IBS. But really. Many many reasons for constipation and in terms of ideas. That's more functional constipation. That's how the. is working with the GUT is working, and so these all of fear tips if you chocolate has never had a consultation with a pediatric, Don Titian and your doctor has prescribed laxatives to help your child Oakland bows and don't get me wrong they work really well so they should be quite effective in managing. But if you you know you'd thinking actually never really looked that out John's died and love to know what are some things that we need to focus on They are going to go through five things that you can try right now to help your Sean Open Their Bounds. So the first is of course fluid and this lawn tends to be overlooked often we you know we underestimate the power of good hydration and how it can affect your child's stools. If they are struggling to pass a poo and you notice that they also have very dark colored P or urine however, you want to say it or you want is imposing. There's been a reduction in the number of wet nappies. Then it may be time to think about the fluids. Especially, this week has been quite hot. Had A lovely Indian summer. Or delayed Indian weather if you like. So it may be that we just need to amp up the fluids and one thing that we found really effective so when I used to work as renal dawn Titian. And Age Ruins Hospital lovely rain on as used to give families in a four sheet of paper, and it would have say six to eight cups drawn in it, and it was actually the opposite. So often are renal kids particularly with advanced chronic kidney disease day will on fluid restriction. So the idea of having these cops. In the sheet with cops in it was that you know the kids could take than the each cops every time they had a couple fluid and a cup might be a sixty miles. Hundred and fifty miles or whatever it is that's been agreed. So they will have their own fluid allowance for the day. They were just ticket so that they could keep track of how much fluid the drinking and they don't go above their fluid announce it could be the opposite the if we we could use this nice eight four sheet with the cups. Pictures of cops in it by saying much encases China has six of three meals a day and perhaps two to three snacks. So get to make sure that they have a cup of fluid with each each meal and snack. Now, your might be completely different. So your child's Cup Maroney owed hundred mills in which case you may vary the amount of. Cups that he wanted to draw and I wouldn't get to walk down with how much fluids they need often if they're. Or urine is quite. Clear or Straw colored. Then it's a good sign that they are drinking enough and drinking more than what they need isn't necessarily going to benefit their constipation. It's more just making sure that they do get enough.

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"pooh" Discussed on House of Kim with Kim Zolciak

House of Kim with Kim Zolciak

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"pooh" Discussed on House of Kim with Kim Zolciak

"You might also not know about truecar also helps people get used cars. That's right. TRUECAR isn't just for buying new cars with their certified dealer network and nationwide inventory of nearly one million US cars. You'll enjoy real pricing on actual inventory and as simple buying experience whether you buy a new or used an what truecar users can see what others paid, which I think is a really cool feature. You'll know if you're getting a good deal before buying, there are also more likely to enjoy faster buying experience by connecting with truecar certified dealers when you're ready to buy a new or used car check out truecar and enjoy more confident car buying experience some features not available in all states anyhow you guys. Okay. Thanks so much for tuning into this week's house of Kim, very full of jam packed full of Information I. Again November. Fifteenth here in Atlanta we will have our live podcast tickets will be on sale for part of next week. There's only three hundred, sixty seats you guys. So I have a feeling they're gonNA go rather quickly on start Out The upcoming cities we got, we got to work around the holidays. We don't want anybody to be messed up with the holiday so. We'll figure that out. So we might push them out just a little bit maybe into like January ish but we'll see want to he says, I'm pushing it but you know what? Sweetie? Guys we love you. have an awesome. Week. Thanks for listening to house of Kim with Kim Zodiac bearman catch new episodes every Wednesday exclusively on podcast one, dot com, the podcast APP, and subscribe on Apple podcasts. If you love the show, don't forget to leave a rating and review..

"pooh" Discussed on House of Kim with Kim Zolciak

House of Kim with Kim Zolciak

02:52 min | 1 year ago

"pooh" Discussed on House of Kim with Kim Zolciak

"Some struggles or you may reach a point where you're like panic. Should I do this or this? This sucks or whatever. That the universe is giving you an opportunity to strengthen the muscle that it requires to live. A life of manifestation in a life of going the direction that you wanna go to think of it as a muscle you can't get in the gym tomorrow and get on the spin bike if you've never worked out in your life and thank you're going to bike thirty miles and have a body like a supermodel. Happen does it doesn't work I I do those. Once and running around the golf course here would give me a body. Victoria's secret model right? Well, I do and when I'm running I tell myself you look story secret but every day you do that right every day you're gonNA start looking at. Every. You're going to get there but you can't go in the gym and expect to bench four hundred pounds. If you've never mentioned in your, here's another to build those muscles. So positively and your mind, and the way you think is a muscle you have to build it you have to strengthen, you have to really work at it, and so by working at it, the universe is giving you an opportunity to practice the discipline that it takes to move forward. You have to have crazy amounts of discipline you're gonNA get tempted to eat that. Pizza or or to go this other route may be easier or just take a day off or whatever. But the truly successful people in the people that are are kicking. But in this day and age have very, very good discipline but they've trained that discipline they've built that muscle. They've they know that you have more disciplined than me in the corner squeeze a prime example because I would have said to hell with it and he in some pizza. But so I do think there's people who have more disciplined than others that are just. Totally strengthen I. Think a really easy way to continue to push through some of the struggles is to what is your end goal like I love Turksancacoes love to go to the beach. It's our happiest place mining, our children love it. So my goal is always the beach, my goals, the beach having you know, what are you laughing at? Like Michael Wind Your Life Yeah. What makes me happy right what I. Think about when I'm irritated with something or it's a struggle for the day I'm like Turks and Caicos baby hell no we're going to keep pushing through because I wanna go there I wanNA buy a house there i WanNa have a huge house on the water that's amazing that I can go on the link of an I. that's my long term goal is to have a house in Turks and Caicos this is one of many but in Turks and Caicos that we can have our kids come to our grandkids someday and that's my. Goal and so honestly like that's my motivating factor other than, of course, the obvious my husband, my children, you know all these other things I tend to to go to my place of peace, which is the beach. The beach is very cleansing to my soul make a lot of my big decisions. When I'm at the beach, I'm relaxed at the beach I just I literally it burns in my soul beach.

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"pooh" Discussed on House of Kim with Kim Zolciak

House of Kim with Kim Zolciak

04:16 min | 1 year ago

"pooh" Discussed on House of Kim with Kim Zolciak

"SEGMENTS FROWN UPSIDE DOWN WE'RE GONNA be talking about commitment I, mean commitment and every aspect of the word, even a commitment to your body per se. You know in the commitment to keep it running in tiptop shape. A lot of people count on me count anew Croix including our six children, etc, etc. so you really have to commit to taking care of yourself because nobody else is gonNA. Do It for you? I. Mean. I. Would have definitely pulled cry bias teeth he been. A little more difficult but he was like I started to try to scare them with my words. Like Croix, and he finally guys going to the doctor is like I mean it is pulling teeth I. Don't know if it's because we have babies I don't know what it is about women, but we tend to obviously go more than others but anyways, you guys, let's talk about commitment to anything to to create your dreams to your body to whatever. You automatically commit to something if you really want it enough, you don't even have to think about it. You just jump right into it. If there's a movie, you WanNa see it takes effort for you to commit to it to go to the theater and see it when you fall head over heels in love you can't stop yourself from committing to see the other person. These are just some examples Laird Hamilton knows about commitment you guys he is a big wave surfer he's married to Gabrielle. Reece. If you need inspiration to strengthen your commitment and you can watch his video layered Hamilton committing to ride one of the world's deadliest ways. T- Uku I, think it's how you pronounce it anyways it's on the southwest coast of Tahiti. It's the heaviest wave in the world. T APU's produce consistent bearing as high as twenty one be in thick as a building. Can you imagine waves? Yes. That's consistent. That's not year around. That's not swells. Extremely, shallow and razor sharp reefs. The only way to serve tea APU's when it is that big is to be towed out on the back of a jet ski and released at Speed. It was not until leered had to let go of the tow rope that he saw the magnitude of the double walled monstrous wave rising up behind him. He had to make split-second decision whether to commit to ride the wave or not had lear I. Hope I'm pronouncing his name rank not made the commitment to ride the wave. It was unlikely. He would have survived the mountain of water and treacherous reef below instead Laird Hamilton broke the boundaries of what is possible and made surfing history. There's something about deciding that whatever you have at the moment is enough to do whatever it is. You need to do if you're always thinking you're missing one more thing. If you think I have to have this in order to do this in order to do that, you're waiting for the right time. There is no right time. The right time is never in the future it is now and example he's a great example I mean he had he put himself in a position where you have no choice like I'm GonNa ride this wave. This is a dream of mine I'm going to do it. But you get out there and it's like A. About this but he but he accomplished. His mission anyway. Sorry. Got Off subject with apple and your commitment is accused open doors to your dreams that will never happen the other way around until you make a commitment, you only see walls all of a sudden you're presented with the guys in the universe provides it's just like the great saying when the student is ready, the teacher will appear. So his goal was to ride this wave. He's ready to do it and everything Kinda, line at self up I. Have a really cool story that will talk about surfboards here in A. Minute and kind of how on how this story came for wishing the lady that wrote the Secret Rhonda it was about her daughter's boyfriend. So but to I think what's really really important here is that we spoke about it a little bit last week on our on our podcast and we said you know Oprah Winfrey set her biggest frustration is that people want instantaneous success they want to snap their fingers and beyond that big wave and had that success and notoriety but Leotard or layered are pronounce it put years and years of practice and I have this written here. Dreams are like A, it takes time to plan. It doesn't happen overnight. We've forgotten that we have to earn it. We're in this instant gratification. That's where we are in a give it to me now, and by the way I don't have to do anything for it. Just just give it to me basically is kind of how the mentality of a lot of it is and dreams are earned the earned. If it hasn't happened yet, just keep trying. That's kind of thing I think just with social media and. Like I want you know what I wanNa make pasta tonight is Karma booed. It's that simple..

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"pooh" Discussed on House of Kim with Kim Zolciak

House of Kim with Kim Zolciak

05:01 min | 1 year ago

"pooh" Discussed on House of Kim with Kim Zolciak

"Long. Story. Short Corey Physical Nas. The doctor comes in and she says, she found internal hemorrhoids nothing else Colin looks great. No polyps no nothing. She went all the way into all the way through the intestine to the to the opening to the small intestine. And didn't see anything. All healthy. Good. So it was like a took a big like deep breath was extremely thankful fun. Well, okay. cocky. But I'm just saying you never knew never know you know me I'm just immediately go into overdrive when something happens like if cash as a cut on his hand or cage or something I'm just thinking the worst always like. Meaning I'm always prepared. I tried to prepare myself for the worst even if you can. But anyways, we're very very thankful but I'll tell you what you guys a corn. Oscar they recommend them for women I think it's fifty fifty minutes. Forty men a wow minute forty. Because I think they. They also checked the prostate, which is the thing for men at forty. Going forward to see you don't have any issues right that. I think. So anyway, it's fifty two I don't know but you guys the colonoscopy it wasn't that bad wasn't. You went to the worst like the doctor said prior to getting schedule stuff. She said the worst part of the day before and she's exactly right. You're hungry. The drink in the stuff is not very pleasant a lot. Like because drink it up. Drink at least a gallon of it within a five hour span the day before that I mean it was intense but the the procedure self is fine. I mean they put me this they put you to twilight sleep you not fully to sleep but you're asleep yeah like I don't remember anything. Yeah. So. Christ. When he went to when they put him to sleep his face was like on fire and he told the guy like, Hey, man, my face on fire and basically it was like you're okay and I said to keep probably gave you triple the dose Michael Jackson drug. because. He's like this two, hundred, fifty, five, hundred man is not going to wake up my ass with this camera is ask okay. So he's I mean. Can you imagine if Corey woke up during this procedure? So we probably like triple dose you goodnight Mr I can't risk your big ass waking up with those size muscles and weapon my ass. So he probably gave you a lot. No. So yeah. So I mean I went sleep and then they will up and said you're done and we've got some pictures to take home of. His internal. Absolutely, nuts. Now. We can make a joke about it. I'm such a so. But so yes. So she said she said the blood. Ninety nine percent. Sure. She did a couple biopsies just to make sure nothing else was going on as far as I don't know like some some sort of krones or something they just see. What, I absolute tests for normal cells my love. Oh, I don't know anyways but I'm sure they'll be fine. I don't have. She didn't seem concerned about that either but she was so nice again you know like I feel like talking about this talking about doing number two poop whatever is just like awkward and weird and something that nobody wants to address talk about. By the way Croix had another stool with blood in it, and that was the day and that was it. He hasn't had any sense even when he was drinking all of that stuff but I, you know again. So she said, so she said it came from a believes. To maybe up she found two places where. Internal annoyed. You don't feel you never feel any pain with them. She said, what can happen is but it will all right read you guys just to give you. So I started googling everything because it was a believe in the GI track, it would be darker in the stool and. This was bright bright red chairs. We knew we knew it came from the lower intestine birthdays, the upper intestine or the stomach track right anything like that. So I mean, you guys the information is out there to Google it but anyway, take care of yourself. You only have one body that's all you have. I, don't take anything lightly I get everything looked at even if I may feel a little crazy I still go and get it looked at I wanna be and you WANNA be. Your healthiest you can be which is going to you know, hopefully extend your life with all the chemicals, the hormones stuff that they put in food. Nowadays I mean you really have to be on top of your body. We're going to talk about our golden nugget and a little bit and it's about chlorophyll I don't know if you guys are familiar with it. I wasn't until probably about a year and a half ago And this will we're talking about chlorophyll just kind of go hand in hand with this corner copy and keeping everything cleaned out of there because you don't want that toxin sitting in your intestines and I mean the compromise compromise, the wall of your intestines, and that's compromise you know that's when things start to happen sell start to more few develop abnormal cells you get you know polyps and things like that. So still here still. podcast one is going to title this podcast. I title, these PODCASTS, you guys I just speak about them, and then we have a guy by the name of Jeff Who's really funny. Right Jeff does it and he comes up with these titles and it's almost like a really cool funny game for us to. What he's titled These podcasts because we love it so much, and so I don't know what this one is going to be titled But I'm ready for it. Let's talk about one of my favorite brands in.

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"pooh" Discussed on House of Kim with Kim Zolciak

House of Kim with Kim Zolciak

05:57 min | 1 year ago

"pooh" Discussed on House of Kim with Kim Zolciak

"We were doing something Friday we. Got Your Iron Oh had to go to the hospital and get my iron myron was low. It's like every ninety days like clockwork I have to go and get iron IV because I'm so anemic, they know why my body doesn't hold iron they have no idea and my hematologist who's like a super genius says listen we just don't know it's some genetic thing but. Tested, negative for sickle cell I mean every kind of blood disorder including factor five, which is a clotting disorder tested negative for that. I'm just as negative for every. Thank God blood disorder there is my body just doesn't hold onto iron I don't eat any meat red me. So I'm sure that maybe plays a role. But I get ironed from other sources but anyhow, so I had to get my iron at the hospital. which was uneventful uneventful, typical usual routine. Now love love new iron. They're giving me anyways it's like so good and works so good Arianna had to have it. Last month and I think because her periods are so heavy that anyhow. Okay. So we come home uneventful. And I'm sitting in the kitchen talking to Tracy. Corey comes into the kitchen. Doesn't really say anything. And casually says, no I asked you did no I was I was looking for my phone because I needed a light. and. I needed my flat. I didn't have my phone on me because I was back in our in our bedroom. So I walked through the kitchen and I what are you doing and I'm like I think maybe looking for my phone or something but then I said I said come here. Were there was the whole. Kitchen kitchen. So he said come here and so we're kind of walking back to the master and he's like, why would I have blood in my stool and I'm like what? I've freaked out. Well, yeah. I was not prepared for what I was about to see y'all. It was not just a little bit. It was a lot and I hope it doesn't right. There was just. No. Ride the whole right I'm just saying that it wasn't a drop right. Okay. Guys. So I the only reason why I'm sharing this with you share everything with you feel like Sharing this with you guys because you know. A I. Want you guys understand that anytime that you see bought in your soul it's never a joke. It could be something as minor as a hemorrhoids or as big as. The big C I mean, could you never ever ever if you ever see on inside or something it's a warning sign for something I can't stress this too. You guys enough. And so I'm going to share this story with us so that maybe I can again my goal doing this podcast is always help everybody else and try to help you guys and so I'm this whole thing. So I'm in the bathroom I'm like Holy Shit, this isn't normal. I. Call Emory Hospital. I call not actually Eric also normally normally use the restroom and Pop Up and go by my day, I don't I don't like turn around and look and inspect or whatever. But something just felt off and I and Kim's like made. You look and I said well I don't really know what made me look just For whatever reason something felt different or it didn't there wasn't any pain any pain and never was you know there's no cramps I'm like I've never there was no other sign attached to this other than just this so weird but so. Something felt just different or maybe he's just little voices or my intuition and I just I just happen to like kind of take a little peek and I was like, what enough is there? I thought it was tomato sauce because we had Ravioli than. DUMB ASS but anyways so I call my get the car we're going to and I said. No we're not. So I call our doctor, our primary care doctor and she's like, yeah, you know if you guys want to go to the ER, he'd be seen obviously right away and it'd be a lot quicker than having to wait. Also, called down to some peeps at emory hospital that I know and said, Hey, women right now with a GI doctor. So within an hour, we were down at Saint Joseph's hospital. I'm meeting with a GI doctor to discuss everything brought the poop with me because I'm a freak and I wanted them to see it and look at not the whole thing just a sample. This is gross I put it in a little whole foods so. I'm so extra and I'm like so we meet with the doctor and she's like well I. To do an external exam like not happening. And I'm like, you are going to be cooperative also, we'll. So I was asking all the questions I said like she social subscribing could be an internal homemade it could be an external hemorrhoids could be polyps, it could be all these other things. That could be and she says, you know. Ultimately, she said what there are some blood. We'll see if something's going on your blood different counts or whatever. If something's off I said great and she's that's simple and. She then proceeds think he's dying right you guys like I'm like, Oh my God. I'm literally my heart is being out of my chest I'm about to throw up I canceled most of my day we immediately drive which to get crying the car to go to the doctors is like winning the Lotto it's like it's like the odds are like zero. Why can't we wait for another one? She's like. Way To take another ship to see if there's blood again. We don't. Well you're bleeding from somewhere in, it's not typical. It's not normal for your asshole the beliefs I'm just saying, I don't know anyhow. So the doctor is really cool. She's so she's describing all these things and so she's like she says I can do a visual exam here and so I'm like well. Well. No, but. My my philosophy or my thought process. Well, 'cause she says ultimately I I need to draw but you need to get a colonoscopy. So that's going to tell everything and I said well I said what about I said because everything you're describing other than the big C will correct itself right and I asked her I said it will handle itself. There's nothing we can do about it said. We might give you some medicine to help it along or give some stare. But ultimately, yes, there's no surgery require there's it. They'll. They will heal themselves. So.

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"pooh" Discussed on House of Kim with Kim Zolciak

House of Kim with Kim Zolciak

06:59 min | 1 year ago

"pooh" Discussed on House of Kim with Kim Zolciak

"Six children. She shares her journey to success and positive mentality that brought her there come on in and make yourself at home. Now here's your host Kim Zoll CEAC bearman. How you is welcome to house of Cham how many podcasts have we done this fire? Babe. Too. Many to count I like that feeling. Okay. Great on great. Great Role. Awesome. Though I think we're at somewhere fifteen six no seventeen maybe seventeen. Now you guys know that is going to turn seventeen on the seventeenth hole my gosh. Goldenberg. anyways you guys. Okay. Lots of fun stuff to talk about. This week. One thing I wanNA talk about burst. And we're really excited about it is that we will be doing and starting our live podcast tour here in Atlanta of course, where it all began for me So it's only fitting that we started here. So so so exciting. I'm really really excited you guys. It will be November fifteenth. which is a Thursday tickets will go on sale next week I just WanNa give you guys a heads up because there are only three hundred and sixty tickets. There will be a me angry. So I get to mingle with you guys and Chitchat. There will definitely be Fan. Interactions We can incorporate you guys in the locker podcast and you can just kinda see how it all goes down Brielle will be there tracy will be there. It's GonNa be really fun so to be a big family. Affair that were really really really excited about kicking off the tour, kicking off the tour do New, York and. Texas Chicago LA MAYBE LA for sure there's a bunch of cities Houston. So anyway. Very very excited about that. So another weekend of baseball. K. J. received the game ball. He's obese. He did really really get he had. Two home runs to the fence. he had. Everything nothing went by him at first base. He did amazing stopping the ball at first base he got like four outs. just an all around. His, his best game this fall so far just I ask. That day when he came home with the game ball, I wasn't able to attend cage as game because I was working but is occasion what did you pray for last night and he's like that are ball wouldn't get past me and It it didn't. So it was kind of funny He's like I asked for seven home runs, but I knew that wasn't realistic. It was very funny. So anyways, he's a beast it was really fun but they lost to the team. The team is undefeated they're not fitted with integrity. Author means but. It's not being. You know I don't think they're the most honest team in the league. Well. When they played. Played US they're honest and I don't know but the don't get. Their little guys on that team are very, very good. I saw about five six. Comets they get all four all star players on your team. Red Flag but I'M NOT GONNA. Get into that. That's the competitive side of me. We're going to keep it moving, but they gave them a frigging run for their money going into the sixth inning we were tied. To twelve, and then in the sixth gave up all of our seven runs. Instead of stopping them and then and then we didn't get all seven of our so. I'm pretty sure cord gets more pissed off in the boys, lose a baseball game versus when he would lose in the NFL. So just you guys know. We have been on fall break, which has been really fun. We plan on going to the fair on Monday. I had the makeup artist com tissue did my makeup, Brielle's Arianna a family affair. We're going to the fair I swear to you Tisch did my lips I look out the window and it is like a torrential downpour. My phone's going nuts. It's Arianna. It's Brielle's cagey from the house because I was in the salon above the garage. It's really Oh. We were supposed to go Sunday. We're supposed to go Sunday and we we could. We got to talk to you about this guy's yeah. The trusted all colonoscopy. We'll get into that in a second supposed to go on Sunday, which we couldn't go and I'll get into why we couldn't go. We had a little -mergency this weekend but anyhow, so it started to rain. So you know the only way that I can really compare with the fairest food. Okay. So it's like, Hey, guys WANNA, go out to dinner. Where do you WANNA go between Stony River Bahama breeze which I haven't I haven't been to Bama breeze and probably two years but I used to work there I opened that restaurant in Gwinnett county longer that really maybe. I do have religious food. No yeah, I think the last time we were there was with Regina Belle. Not, the Regina Belle, my girlfriend. Regina Belle. Anyhow. Okay. So they we we end up going to the melting pot which we haven't been in like a year, the manager Gen that used to. Manage their moved to Knoxville. Tennessee she actually manages the melting pot there. So we really haven't gone. anyways, it was fantastic I, love the one man. So you guys know Germaphobe everything has to be perfect. Presentation has to be perfect in your cooking, your own food it's fondue so like the. Kids. Love it. We loved it. I. Ate like a whole loaf of bread myself. anyways. It was really great. We had a great time and then yesterday we went to the apple orchard because cash is class was. went to the Apple Orchard who did it on a field trip? They have like apple either month or weaker couple of weeks during school and they do like apple recipes they learn about apples and the importance of them and how the whole the whole thing about apple's it's like a whole little like curriculum segment and their school right so members of the end they go, they're supposed to go to this apple orchard. and. They did. Cash says mom. Dad. I'm not going to Apple Orchard and I'm like we're like Oh. Yeah you are. You'll have a choice he said, no, there's going to be bs there and other kids are freaking out and I don't WanNa get stung. Do you remember how I told you guys about the birthday party where everybody got strong and it was like a big Blah just a few short weeks ago just a few short weeks ago so I couldn't make it go. So he ended up staying home him in like six other kids. So we made it a field trip ourselves, we got with our neighbors and Tracy, and so it was really really fun. I Love Apple Cider I love apples I love the whole experience Jay Rhesus. It's an Eljay. Georgia. It's about an hour from our house. Really Cool. Places. Yeah. They got a petting zoo. You can tour, you can take a little horse and carriage ride through the orchard. You can try their apple cider you can. You know obviously eat they have tons, apples they're for sale. One of my Mandis memories growing up was picking apples Johnny appleseed up north in Connecticut. Loved it. It was like we did it every single year. So..

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"pooh" Discussed on Giles Coren Has No Idea

Giles Coren Has No Idea

03:44 min | 1 year ago

"pooh" Discussed on Giles Coren Has No Idea

"Forty? They bought they know is is twenties and thirties Britain, and they'd come back to find Britney like this and one can choose not to politicize it. So how do I think Britain is now it's not just the time. Some stupid conservative saw, it's all woke. Now I don't want that to be the things that have changed. That's one thing. The other way that they'd gone American. Yeah. And it's quite funny that they're will not sex in the city. Well, the thing is that you can you can. I mean yet, you could. Some of them could be super. American. And some of them couldn't have stayed really English, and they will have us about brexit and chop stuff which might be. You can have fun with is what I'm saying. Yeah. That's a good idea. Won't, get. The clicks. This week doing just trying to find something to make it sound shit. You've never ever mentioned before anything in. My mind there is because this is obviously talking dawgs. Everybody everybody cares about winning speaking of talking dawgs. Talking Talk Story Dogs Talk. Like US talkies. Headline going. Talkies. Dogs, process speech in the same way humans do. Then it'll be able to speak. But dogs process words in much. The same way we did. A study found that even though mass best friend has a much smaller vocabulary of limited to walkies and treat. Their brains are very similar reaction speed researchers at the Washington University in Hungary train twelve dogs to license in MRI machines. So they could scan their brains while they were spoken to. Irish. While I'm saying what I'm trying to look. I've lost. One of the kittens might say I can't find understanding that was to me. That was just a present he was could talking dawgs name. Why am I going in this fucking MRI scanner would be the main thing. So, new. So the choice you have is either. That's a good. You know what I mean about the click thing things is that if I do this because this week I did a thing about primary school. Wanting to change its name from. Primary School when it's not even that road right? I got I wrote a fairly. Fairly. Perfunctory two, hundred and fifty were lead item on seven hundred comments Well it's up to you this you could have. It's about what kind of three hours you want to have right in this. Is Their thirty. With we need A. Hundred hundred. Acre, would be is not is. Motorway now brings the red straight. It is in the story. One hundred we probably is the hundred Acre Wood Sussex. So motorway, one, hundred, hundred, Acre Wood Thomas it. Anyway so What do you think? It's a good idea, but then. If none of these weapons and the another idea last night. Surely, this is your Columbine and texted me and it was I was I was jealous. Phone. nope. I'm. Not Down. Be? Done. New. Ways. Of course, it really is. Ready to go you get. Somewhere find, there's no question that when during this pocus, the point at which you decided you finished. It's. Pushing inside, your. It coincided you rolling out some pretty thin material. Wasn't that. Aren't yes. Yes. On I'm leaving now. We didn't even discuss. Princess add. Entertain country life. I'm like God. But I guess, they didn't my call them. You listening to Giles. Coren has no idea with me Giles Coren. It's time podcast produced by then Mitchell. Please subscriber if you get your podcast would have. Cost spotify apple, and more to find out what I read about in the.

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Friendship During COVID

Model Majority Podcast

05:51 min | 1 year ago

Friendship During COVID

"Am your Co Host Tony Naga Tony and I am your co hosts Kevin Shoe and I'm your Co, Host Bang reappropriate build a little bit. okay. That is about as energetic as we're. GonNa get. Along. With. We're dying. We're done. Very draining times as well. There's tons of stressful stuff going on in addition to all the stressful things that go on in our daily lives normally so. But, it's been a little bit I. think a little too long since we've all gotten a chance to speak, so it's good to talk to you on this Saturday Sunday Sunday orgies today Sunday. Yeah, what is day? I don't know about you, but I have completely lost track of days earlier this week. I was trying to schedule a phone call for Thursday. I want to say and I was like the person was trying to talk about. There's like isn't this Saturday and they're like? No, it's Tuesday and I was like. Wow, this isn't just like you've lost like a single day. This is completely track of any day of the week weekdays versus. Morning versus I have no idea what's going on. I'm just taking it a day at a time. You got you got the keys region and is Tuesday or Thursday they do. Talk. I sorta there too as well Jen. I thought it was on Tuesday. I thought it was Wednesday now single time I. Think I know what day it is I. Think Myself Wait. I was wrong last time so now. I'm not really worried that I'm wrong. Be Wrong again. Yeah, yeah! I'm now at the point where I have to check the calendar every morning. Figure out what day it is. What dates it? Is I have one one or two standing weekly meetings, and that's the only way that I'm able to sort of anchor. My Week is just like. Is Today Zoo Meeting Day or not? Just keep going with this. Skip the INTRO. You know speed that we do that. Just keep talking because. You, know we. We talk about serious stuff wonky stuff on this pot all the time and they really important. You know we still have an election coming up. Hopefully hopefully, hopefully, hopefully, donald trump is president, and all sorts of things but I. don't know if there's one thing that I've been doing a lot of reflection on my own since the days. Obviously no matter either here is how much of this whole thing has. Impacted us as human beings in ways, as never really impacted us before and I'm actually just kind of curious out a very. Level! What has this thing major realized something about yourself that you didn't know before? And I'M GONNA. Put you on a spot Tony, just so I can think of a good answer myself. No, you're funny Kevin. Something that I didn't know before you know what. So to know something. In my business that I make money off of which is video editing, it has always sort of been the this given that. You kind of have to work in Los Angeles and and do those sorts of things and one thing that covid nineteen has I think really proven. Is that regardless of where you live? If you work in the entertainment industry, there are a lot more options than just. Being tied to one particular place. Just, because we're being forced to work remotely now and I don't see people necessarily going back to the office setting. In what March or April of next year after we have a widely distributed vaccine or whatever the the timetable is for Covid, nineteen and so. You know people were always sort of pooh-poohing me whenever I would be. The harbinger of automation is coming, and and also we really think about well. We could probably work from anywhere if we really really wanted to so i. know now for a fact that it is possible to work in many industries now that we couldn't before remotely and I think that that's going to have a lot of good impacts going forward on many different industries, because I think diversification and decentralisation is a good thing, philosophically speaking Kevin's wow, that's a good one. That's really big. One that we talk a lot about here in Silicon Valley because people have been. Pushing for that in various ways in profiting off of it to right lots of products coming out of it on that side I think Jason. That's GonNa come full swing from that. Push that we had a few years ago where it was all open open office design lots of collaboration, and like you know what I'm talking about right especially Kevin insists he can value whereas like the push was to get away from like closed offices, and even in the lab. Setting that I'm in There was this huge push to do sort of. Big Open lab spaces where the desks were in with the labs, and the idea was to foster a lot of collaboration, and I think to some extent. Those labs can really work, but I know that I way before. Kovic struggled with having a lack of boundary between different spaces, and especially for someone like myself. WHO WHEN? I'm really focused on something I just. Just, want to shut the entire world out and so I had a really hard time like that there there was seem to be this complete stigma towards finding, closed spaces, and closing a door like I didn't have doors I could close the world out and focus for like four or five hours, so isn't that kind of interesting now that we're now realizing that? To some degree, the social interaction the collaboration is really valuable. And we need to be able to I think once this all is said and done create spaces where we can go back to having those kinds of interactions, but we don't have to like anchor everything that we do so that that's the only thing that we foster. And maybe also swing back towards like yes, people also need private spaces and spaces to sort of be alone and focused, and maybe swing away from like everything has to be right on top of each

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Star Wars the Clone Wars

Covert Nerd Podcast

05:07 min | 1 year ago

Star Wars the Clone Wars

"We have tim again from Rainbow, comics to talk star wars and should preface. He's not just the Star Wars Guru, but it just happened to be that. That's what we're talking about today, so thanks Tim. We're GONNA. Be Talking some clone worst all right now. No, I love I love the clone. Thanks for having me back I. Don't mind talking about star. Wars at all. I'm definitely the Star Wars Guy at the store I've got a big old tie fighter sitting on the sitting on one of the shelves, and Yeah I love Star Wars up and down left and right but i. do know other things. SO YEAH CLONE WARS! I know when we talked in the past. You're really excited before the final seat. Well I guess, maybe it's going to be the final season of clone wars, but the new one was coming out, and of course by the time you hear this, it's done so I, will let the listener know that there will be spoilers. It's been long enough. I think, and it can goes to the dark side, you guys. I didn't tell him. It's like saying the titanic. Sinks at the end of the move. It does I my dad still loves that movie and He loved the Titanic before the movie came out, but every the movie's been on TV lot lately, and he keeps watching it, and I was like you've seen the movie. I know it's real long. The boat saying. There there we segue into. That anikin goes bad. Anikin goes bad the and thanks for listening you guys. All, right. But I know you loved the series. Mainly a Soka I would say is probably your best most favorite character. You think, man. She's up there and honestly My love really lies with rebels. But I honestly believe my love for rebels wouldn't exist without clone wars, and I think that clone wars an epic. Very much stands on its own It is so grand like even rebels is like four. Seasons. Whereas clone wars we've got. what is it seven seasons and a move at two thousand eight the I? Did you watch it when it first came out or did you catch a little later? I caught the movie win. It came out on DVD. Because they released the first three episodes as a feature, and if you go on like Disney, plus and you watch season one episode one. That's not worth starts. You have to go on Disney, plus specifically I'm going to go ahead and date this podcast right now around. This is not gonNA work in ten years when Disney pluses and the thing anymore but if you go into Disney plus and go under specials. Specials they have star wars. The clone wars. It's like an eighty six minute movie or something, and that actually comes before season one episode one that was released in theaters and Samuel. Jackson is Mace Christopher Lee is count Duku and I think there might be a third like original voice. Okay? I can't remember off the top of my head, but it's interesting because with clone wars being as long as it is. Tom Cain to me is Yoda so in rebels? They bring in Frank Oz to do Yoda's voice in that in. It's really cool that they got Frank Oz. But seeing a Yoda in that style that CG style sounding not like Tom Kaine like weirdly sounded wrong, and it's the original. Yoda and I might be alone in this, but I just just to have. The the iota that I'd heard 'cause I mean. I haven't counted it, but I have to assume Tom kaine probably has more recorded lines as Yoda than than Frank. Oz does so yeah I guarantee you. He does and especially in that visual style, but that's kind of carried. I know rebels in clone wars aren't exactly the stay the same, but stylistically there's a there's a theme that goes that over rice all of them so. It was just weird rebels to hear Yoda with the original voice, but kind of wanting it to be the voice from Clone Wars I. think that's an interesting legacy in and of itself, that is if a soak is maybe not your favorite I guess, could you let us know maybe your top two favorite characters from condo and I'm sorry. Let me finish. I'm sorry. Honda. Is Is my favorite character and he carries over into rebels. And even there's even a series of kids books, and there's one that's about Hanin chewy with the foul can, and they They have to team up with with Honda I. CAn't remember the name of it off the top of my head, but the audio book is narrated by By, the guy who does voice, who's also Winnie the Pooh and lost Jim Cummings okay. So he voices Hongo in coon, wars and rebels. He does his voice at Galaxies, Edge, theme park at Disney. is Hongo and so there's a whole a whole audiobook. You can just listened to Honda. Tell you a story and it's it's like great. Honda's my absolute favorite.

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Brazil's biggest cities start reopening as COVID-19 surges

The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer

01:46 min | 1 year ago

Brazil's biggest cities start reopening as COVID-19 surges

"Brazil ranked second to the United States for the most coronavirus cases and deaths of any country in the world yet it's pushing ahead with reopening businesses and its largest cities series Bill Weir's and some hollow for us. right now, so set the scene for US Bill. What are you seeing? Well a lot of the businesses were only allowed to be open for about six hours today, usually in the middle of the day source, seeing folks sort of trickle in and out of the shops here as they get closer to closing time, there's a mall across the street that was open today for the first time as people get to sit down restaurants at forty percent capacity, or so, but in the shopping district in the center of town today I saw people elbow to elbow, and not all the masks were at full mast, so to speak at a lot of that has to do with the way Brazil as the United States, the pandemic has become really political. Down here, thanks to the man in charge President Bolsonaro of from the beginning. Has dismissed covid nineteen as little flu that Brazilians are strong enough to handle He pooh-poohed calls from the Health Ministry to social distance and to quarantine fact. He fired his health minister. A lot of people were worried that president trump would fire Dr Chee well most scenario did that replacement quit after a month? And now the man in charge of the pandemic response is a loyal army general who has no health policy experience at all, but what's interesting at the same time is Brazil is now the site of two major vaccine sort of phase three. Three trials, thousands of Brazilians will volunteer to get very promising medicines, but wolf those probably even in the best-case won't be ready for public sumptious until this time next year.

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Boston - Search Underway for 8-Year-Old Brockton Girl

WBZ Midday News

00:26 sec | 1 year ago

Boston - Search Underway for 8-Year-Old Brockton Girl

"Later and brought in a frantic search is underway for an eight year old girl not seen since last night grazer Dora's family says she was last seen around eight o'clock in their apartment on Ames street she's described as being five feet tall a hundred twenty pounds last seen wearing black shorts a red Bridgewater shirt and a Winnie the Pooh had bam anyone with information on grace's whereabouts is asked to please call Brockton

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What Are The World's Biggest, Baddest Jigsaw Puzzles?

BrainStuff

06:18 min | 1 year ago

What Are The World's Biggest, Baddest Jigsaw Puzzles?

"Even before. It became a popular way to while away the hours days and weeks during isolation putting together. Jigsaw Puzzles was a favourite family activity. But did you know that? Jigsaw Puzzles have their origin in education. Sir John Spills Berry an English engraver and map maker in the mid. Seventeen hundred is credited with creating the first jigsaw puzzle in seventeen seventy six by attaching a map of the world to a piece of wood then cutting the country's out teachers used the maps to teach geography to their students and a recreational activity was born spills berry would hardly recognize his creation today in the early part of the twentieth century. Jigsaw Puzzles were used as marketing tools often given away or sold for mere pennies today companies. Still use puzzles for creative marketing. Take Kodak for instance. It's selling what it. Claims is the quote world largest jigsaw puzzle. We HAVE TO ADMIT. This thing is pretty huge. The fifty one thousand three hundred piece puzzle features twenty-seven injuries from around the world and when completed measures twenty eight point five feet by six point. Two five feet. That's eight point six meters by one point nine meters and this beast costs more than four hundred dollars but all due respect to the Kodak Jigsaw puzzle. The world's largest jigsaw puzzle by surface area. According to Guinness World Records was put together in Dubai in July of twenty eighteen. The puzzle was an honor of the year of Ziyad a year long tribute to the founding father of the United Arab Emirates. The late Shahid there are more than twelve thousand pieces in the puzzle which was an image of Zayed the official record size measured sixty five thousand nine hundred and five point one seven square feet which is six thousand one hundred twenty two point six eight square meters putting together. Jigsaw puzzles is a Greek group activity but one thousand six hundred students of the University of Economics Ad Hoc Human City in Vietnam took it to the next level. When they completed the jigsaw puzzle with the most pieces on record five hundred fifty one thousand two hundred and thirty two to be exact when it was finished the puzzle measured just over. Forty eight by seventy six feet about fourteen by twenty three meters. It took the students seventeen hours to create the massive puzzle which featured a lotus flower with six petals. But what about the hardest jigsaw puzzle? Ever it contains only nine pieces and it's called the puzzle nine it was designed by Asaka. It includes a small board. The nine pieces include right angles and curved edges. That fit together in several combinations. Think Tetris but way harder. The challenge is getting the last piece to fit. It's nearly impossible to fit all the pieces on the board. It took Chris Ramsey a magician video creator and master puzzle or two hours nine minutes to solve the ice nine and by his own description. He was completely exhausted. By the end of the experience. You Sokha created another equally. Difficult puzzle called the Jigsaw Puzzle. Twenty nine the challenge here is to fit twenty nine pieces into a five by five inch. That's twelve by twelve centimeter trae. It comes with five corner pieces. Just let that sink in. Then there's the largest hand cut wooden jigsaw puzzle Guinness record held by Dave Edmunds England. Who created a forty thousand seven hundred sixty three piece puzzle celebrating the Queen's Diamond Jubilee the puzzle which featured thirty-three Images of Jubilee celebrations was twenty by eight feet? That's six by two and a half meters. When completed though it collapsed soon after Evans completed it took him and force. More than sixteen days to rebuild the puzzle and move at Sandringham where it went on display and was confirmed as the Guinness World record holder. We spoke by email with Caitlin vesper records manager with Guinness World Records North America. She said one of the main criteria for all Guinness World Records titles is that they must be breakable. Every record titled S- monitored is open to being challenged which allows for all kinds of record breaking opportunities all over the world. The Guinness record for most Jigsaw puzzle pieces tattooed on the human body belongs to the aptly named enigma. Sometimes known as Paul Laurence. Who'S A sideshow performer? Actor musician originally from Seattle in two thousand eleven enigmas set the record for having two thousand one hundred twenty three puzzle pieces tattooed on his body from head to toe in no word on whether anyone comes close to second but many puzzle records are held by companies such as the record for the largest spherical jigsaw puzzle. It measured fifteen point seven feet. That's four point. Seven seven meters in circumference and it was made by unit industrial limited in Hong Kong and featured scene from Winnie the Pooh vesper said brands and businesses. Come to US looking to harness the power of record-breaking to commemorate anniversaries and celebrations or to highlight the launch of a new product. Whole communities can come together to attempt to record to a like in March of two thousand nineteen when more than one thousand seven hundred people formed the largest human jigsaw puzzle piece on record a I. The record raised awareness for autism spectrum disorder. The puzzle pieces the symbol for the autismspeaks organization. Vesper explained each Guinness World. Records title has a set of guidelines. That must be followed. The record for the largest human jigsaw puzzle piece is a great example to highlight. This is considered one of our largest human image categories and the idea is to have a group of people gathered together to form a recognizable image. We define a jigsaw puzzle piece as an oddly shaped interlocking and Tessa leading piece designed to be part of a larger picture. The human image to be created would need to be instantly recognizable as a puzzle piece and not an entire puzzle. This record title can be broken if another group creates same image with a larger group of people. Anybody up for the challenge.

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Dellen Millard and the Murder of Laura Babcock

Sword and Scale

09:25 min | 1 year ago

Dellen Millard and the Murder of Laura Babcock

"Was a kid that was shunned and pooh-poohed over at the country club at a lot of people in that world new Delon as the rich kid who throws parties for burn outs and high schoolers. Rumor has it that Delon takes things to another level when he brings out a black and yellow toolbox filled with party drugs whole basement set up for youngsters for parties. Tried to make it look club in what takes place. They solders xbox Diet. Tv's and stuff like that so joan. There ain't drugs or some folks down there to grow it from. The police ever attended there for these couple years. We had one get out of control. We had to call the police to GET PEOPLE. People usually usually. It's twenty anyways that night. It was more or something was something posted on. Facebook just one. That's the new airplane hangar in Waterloo. Well sometimes a source of tension between father and son slash president and vice president of Malardier was generally a pretty sweet deal for Delon until any contracts were finalized. It was essentially a place for Dell in the store. His hot rods jeeps and jet skis. It also gave access to mechanics and engineers who would gladly tinker away at whatever projects Dylan through their way. All you had to do was keep the place clean and organized. But he couldn't care less about that. More toys were stored at the sprawling. Millar to state. Police I arrived the night of Wayne. Millar it's death. They noticed none of the fifteen vehicles parked on the property were missing. Most of the mansion gave the impression of a messy. Frat House adorned with airplane memorabilia. Save for Wayne's master bedroom sadly smelling of multiple cats and unchanged litter boxes but in the interrogation room when the conversation turns toward Wayne's physical and mental well-being being in the months leading up to his death delon casually hints at what life had been like since he moved back in with his father over a year ago. Yet depression him. He carried some pretty sadness within throughout life. I never really never really wanted to share it with me. The death of Wayne Millar is eventually ruled a suicide albeit a strange one as the coroner suggests he's never seen someone kill themselves with a shot through the eye as the interview with Dell includes. It's clear they've taken. Everything is told them as absolute truth but for grieving son gives the impression of a tired traveller being mildly inconvenienced by the TSA. Of course looking back on it now knowing the full story at all makes sense because Dell and Millar is a master manipulator the new CEO of Millar who will quickly closed the book on his family's legacy and throw it into the fireplace one year later it's February twenty eleven and twenty six year. Old Sean Learner is throwing a surprise party for his then girlfriend. Laura Babcock also in attendance Dylan Millard. An ex boyfriend of Laura's that Sean does not personally know as the party ends several people including Sean and his girlfriend. Laura go back to Delon's apartment. After limited conversation. Sean describes his impression of Delon as sketchy at a certain point. Sean Witnesses Delon giving Laura a pill unprovoked as a birthday present ecstasy he assumes which makes him a bit uncomfortable. Laura Babcock who has felt lost in life since graduating with degrees in English and drama at the University of Toronto has begun seeking treatment for mental health issues that have taken over her life undiagnosed and with increasingly more erotic behavior. Laura is asked to leave her family home after an incident where she threatens her mother with the wooden spoon sometime during the next year. Sean and Laura break up although Sean still loves and cares for he watches from the sidelines as Laura moves in with a new boyfriend eventually ending that relationship and having him arrested for assault as well as the sexual assault of a friend still concerned for his ex-girlfriend's wellbeing and realizing that she's headed towards a downward spiral. John makes arrangements for Lara to stay at a local days. Inn Motel they convene at a nearby food court. Where Sean Learns? She's recently began working at an escort. Service he loans her an Ipad to help her find a safer more permanent living situation. It is the last time they will ever meet in this same period of spring. Twenty Twelve Dylan Mallard is secretly juggling relationships with at least three women including his ex fiancee and the eighteen year old. He was cheating on her with Christina. New Christina Nude Ga is friends with Laura Babcock. Well I guess the more accurate term is frenemies as much as it pains me to use that word. Both of them have slept with Dylan at one time or another and Lars Birthday Christina decides to text her something along the lines of happy birthday. It was a year ago that I I slept with Delon to which Laura replies. That's fine I slept with him a couple of weeks ago to which an upset Cristina remind. You is the one who started. This mean girls exchange in the first place texts back. Did you miss your medication? Today you're a crazy psycho bitch trying to get my boyfriend. You had him and he lost him give it up Christina. New is a delight a role in all this is far from over but it begins in April of twenty twelve following the birthday text. Meltdown now. A flustered Christina texts her permit skuas Boyfriend Delon whose bruised ego once again for every turn of kindness you showed her. She took it and threw it in my face making me discouraged. Fuck she's like a virus like herpes always there but only shows up once in a while with a whole lot of annoying lesions. There's a difference herpes. You can't really get rid of. It just feeds off you until you die. I. I'm going to hurt her then I'll make her leave fancy myself something of an undercover doctor. I think with the right treatment. These herpes can be gotten rid of well. Dr Millard. How do you propose to remove the infectious disease? I think we're being harmed in irritated by toxins released by a parasite removal of the parasite should alleviate the irritation. I will remove her from our lives. Delon reaches out to a friend of a friend and purchase a wooden handled Smith and Wesson Handgun and on July third twenty thirteen. The day of removal has arrived. Want to just do. This is the last footage of Laura Babcock taken by a friend. Who Finds Laura's private joke of meowing and public amusing and wants her to see? Just how silly she looks. She's been telling him about an upcoming trip to Las Vegas. And when he drops her off at a bus station. July second he feels like she is excited for life while. Nobody's there to see it. The signal that Laura Cell Phone Sends Ping's off nearby towers explains what happens next the following evening July third. The map suggests that Laura is very. Near to Dylan's location. The information won't be revealed for many years data records then trace Laura and Delon's phones as they travel to Delon's home. The two phones move together the next day as well until suddenly LAURA'S PHONE STOPS RECEIVING MESSAGES.

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Are the lockdowns working?

Monocle 24: The Briefing

07:11 min | 1 year ago

Are the lockdowns working?

"Governments will be wary. That lockdowns may prove to be like wolves in rather be in being rather rather easier to stop than stop. But what do the scientists think? Well he is one on joined once again by monocle. Twentyfold Health and science correspondent. Dr Chris Smith Regular listeners will know that Chris spends his busy days working as a virologist at Cambridge University in Chris. First of all. Is it possible at all? I know this might be a bit of A. How long is a piece of string question but possible to quantify what difference the lockdowns have made? We think that they've made us turn the corner. Andrew as in when you model what this was doing certainly in the UK and other countries in terms of the growth of the pandemic and the number of cases it was growing exponentially and quite quickly. We saw the numbers of cases growing level and off and then admissions to hospital leveling off and then the number of people losing their lives leveling offer now beginning to to go down so this is certainly this intervention broken the chain of transmission or at least made it run through trickle rather than down a nice drag strip so it's definitely putting an obstacle in the way of the spread of the virus In terms of how long it's GonNa take for the peak to drop down get out of the foothills and onto level ground again though. We don't know that yet. So that being the case how and what certainty does anybody know? When do I even start lifting? Lockdowns how do you make that judgment? That's the million dollar question or in the case of what the U K economies being hit by billions per week and people really want to this question if I asked lots of times of lots of different people. Both Vala gist mathematicians politicians. I talked to and I get the same answer. We don't know So people are beginning to look at this from another perspective which is rather than what's out trigger point when to institute change the beginning to say. Well what do we think we could do to sort this out and walk? We therefore implement straight away spicer very interesting mathematician in Paris yesterday. And he's come up with very interesting strategy of carving countries up into a series of sales almost like mobile phone network cellular network cells. And thinking about how you call the country up not just arbitrarily doing in a way where you say. Well where are the people? Where do they go to work? We create sales where you don't divorce people from their work of course and these cells are ring-fenced so you have a Green Cell Novartis Activity Red Cell Virus activity so it's backed up by testing in surveillance and the idea is that you don't allow people to move outside their cell unless they have a very good reason to do so and you put in place. I measures in each cell to make go green by the vars control there. And once you've got to adjacent green sells a you merge together and so now people can move freely within that green area. You probably with me now. You can see you. Divide the country as honeycomb and slowly green or red turns to green under these circumstances. And this he says for a country the size of France or population the size of the UK. You'd be looking a five or six months of these sorts of measures in order to get control and have us bank to something resembling what life used to be like. What are we learning so far about public consent to such measures? Because obviously what we've been going through all over the world. These last few weeks has been absolutely without precedent certainly in reactionary. I think it just has been completely without precedent. So we're having to learn as we go along about what people are willing to put up with Have you been surprised in any direction by the cooperation of Publix? We knew that people were certainly very very good at getting behind this in the in the outset. And we know that people when you when you generally throw down the gauntlet in front of the people and say. There's a very good reason to do this. Let's get behind it people. Do I mean Captain told me who said I want to raise a thousand pounds by doing one hundred laps of my care home garden for my one hundredth birthday and threw down the gauntlet internationally and got twenty seven million pounds. He's raised now just goes to show. The people of re good at getting behind. The cause of the compliance was excellent. But when all this began the psychologists said to policymakers members of government there will be a period of time during which compliancy is very good and then people will begin to tire of this. And you won't be able to get them to do it forever. Many people pooh-poohed this idea but we're beginning to see evidence of this. Because if you if you look at the traffic densities own roads. Traffic density is rising again. If you look at the number of people who actually back at work numbers are going back up. People did get behind it to stall with but I think people are beginning to tire. And we're not going to be able to hang onto people's confidence in this forever so is is it possible then or arguable. Might even be a good thing that some of the lockdown restrictions being lifted that. We're seeing in some places at schools or small shops that those there's actually a psychological aspect To those decisions as well as a strictly medical one well one school of thought. If excuse the PUN is the by sending bag schoolkids what you actually do is facilitate a whole heap of spread through that sector of society and since we know the risk that school kids Ingende and given the schoolkids have younger parents on average the risk. Their parents is going to be really low. This is one way of a controlled spread through a sector of society leading to natural acquisition of immunity and resistance to this without actually placing additional risk in in the way of people who in my swamp so some cynics saying well one way to solve this problem. Is You just Let the scores Go back. And this will take care of the immunity and immunization naturally of quite a broad swathe of society. Now that's certainly one approach and other approaches to say we're not going to do anything to have vaccine. Most people agreed that this is impractical and at the opposite end of the scale completely to the vaccine and not doing anything is the we. Just go business as usual now. Most people are comfortable that we can't do that but so something somewhere between the two where we use. What will be probably much richer. Data informed by testing in terms of where immunity is around the country where the viruses circulating in the country and where people are living working commuting where the facility for spread is greatest. If we combine all of this information. I think we probably will end up adopting something like the model. I outlined that the Parisian mathematicians are proposing perhaps not identical but something which enables a degree of normality in some places reinforced by testing and surveillance together with Other signs brought to bear such as issues like vaccination when that eventually materialize. If it does an any drugs we can throw it this as well as continuing to protect the most vulnerable people either by shielding them or by testing the workers who are going to care for them and then only deploy workers to care for the most vulnerable people who know on our immune.

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Will the Paper of the Future Be Made of Poop?

BrainStuff

02:38 min | 1 year ago

Will the Paper of the Future Be Made of Poop?

"It's become an evergreen piece of advice for aspiring writers. Put Your Butt in the chair and write a first draft no matter how crappy. Now thanks to a breakthrough in chemical technology that first draft can be literally crap or at least printed on it researchers announced at a meeting of the American Chemical Society in March of two thousand eighteen. That it's possible to turn manure from cows elephants goats and other grass munchers into yes paper as you may already know. Paper is made from cellulose. That usually comes from trees. Not every place has a lot of trees but as we all know everybody poops and some of those poopers leave patties around for stepping in or collecting if you of a mind to collect poop like these. Acs scientists are one of the researchers who presented this idea at the ACS meeting in question Alexander Bismarck. Phd was driving around Crete and watched goats eat grass and poop it out. He thought that maybe the goats were doing to the grass. What paper manufacturers due to trees turn it into cellulose that could be made into paper? Because of course that's what you think of while you're driving around an idyllic island. Chretien excursions some animals. It turns out do a pretty good job. Pooping out paper cellulose depending on. Which animal is doing? The Manure Manufacturing Bismarck said in a press statement up to forty percent of that manure is cellulose which is then easily accessible to make paper from trees. The TREES HAVE TO BE GROUND. Way Down by machine into a pulp before being made into proper paper. Goats do that work for free. Every day of their grass munching poop lieven lives. The only thing they require is more grass which makes more poop which makes more paper and they need some water to drink and maybe scratches on their little chins but either way. It's a more environmentally friendly process than traditional papermaking and it's not just goats. The researchers moved onto piles of Paddy's from horses cows and elephants to elephants in wildlife parks in Africa. Our number one at going number two at the San Francisco Zoo alone. An adult male African elephant can produce three hundred pounds. That's one hundred thirty six kilos of Pooh. That's a lot of potential paper. The first uses for this PU paper would probably be industrial according to the researchers it could filter wastewater before it's released into the environment which seems fitting but papyrus or Nanno paper as the researchers rather boringly call. It could also be used to write on. So don't give up fellow writers. Our first drafts could soon be really truly crappy.

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"pooh" Discussed on GNC Week In Review

GNC Week In Review

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"pooh" Discussed on GNC Week In Review

"Graphic with brands for pooh-poohed at targeting and ensuring that partnerships are reaching the right audience all through the brands Collab- manager feature that would be all that last year bitcon Uber is adding a nude right option that aims to make your journey a more personal and lack of fair Labor Comfort as an upgrade on the day ride and shores yet extra legroom in newer midsize car we can make advanced requests related things such as temperature and whether or not you WanNa chat choices which have now until now only been open to to Uber Black customers. The option is available at so the cities across the U._S. and it can be can only be offered by Uber drivers with a rating of four point eight five or higher fire Uber Hasn't really exactly explained how much the this option will cost you so you may want checkouts the Uber App to see if that what that option is available well and also the the cost for it. Hulu has announced a Lou live guide showing which T._B.. Which live T._v.? Shows are able to watch on this doing service right now and also what's coming up in the next two weeks. The live guide work say looks works like a traditional T._v.. Guy Swaying The Times and duration of the shows available on Hulu Plus Live T._v. the T._V. Service. lets users stream channels like A._B._C. Fox N._B._C. and C._N._N.. And throughout the through the Internet as part of their who package to access the live T._V. Guide while watching Hulu Hover over the icon of the three lines and the bottom left corner of the player bar this will show live shows by channel in time and can be filtered by categories like sports movies news or kids..

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"pooh" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

Mason & Ireland

03:44 min | 2 years ago

"pooh" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

"All right. I don't don't know what this one is. I always feel like I like, I should do like Mason identified the music, but I don't know it. This is Travis Scott Viggo. He's with the car dashing. Right. I don't know. I don't follow that. They all know isn't some we haven't we all been with the Kodak at one point or another this point not us. But a lot of. Royal like, literally Royal in this case, I just assumed you had I thought Travis Scott just had a kid with a card. I may be wrong. I don't wanna put up fake news. But I. Yeah. I mean there they're all. Yeah. They're they're part of that same package Kylie Jenner. Yes. Thank you. They're more serious than people. Think is what the first thing says. I mean, could they be less than what people think how old is Travis Scott Travis Scott is. Whereas Wikipedia that's where I get everything. Easy job. Well, it's always. Yes, right. It's a twenty-seven. Okay. Fine fun. All right. This is the less passive aggressive way to do that. There is I'm I apologize. Yeah. All right. So the question you're just trying to avoid have an answer the question because the question that we ask him, and it's the brothers named for John and Steve to to clippers pooh-poohed Moore's like, Greg Bergman who think that they will never be you think it's ridiculous to even look at the clippers as a threat to the Lakers wouldn't use threat in the sentence with them. Well, there are threat to get the all the players at the Lakers have opened up all this cap space and trade at all these players and let people go away to go get because they thought they were gonna go get Leonard or Kevin Durant or the best of the best around the NBA. And now based on every bit of reporting that you see all of those people are more likely to go to the clippers and the Lakers. So how is that not a threat? Well, I mean, that's that wall. That speaks to is just a problem in the in the front office. This is a threat. That's right. Yes. The question if you want me to answer the question, honestly, which team is in a better position. Yes. The clippers are they because they have they have the right assets. They have max to max slots, they have a younger team. They have Lawrence Frank, and they have Jerry West behind the scenes, it's a rich owner. Yes. All that makes more sense. They're just not a threat. Well, those things matter in the Senate in they matter, but it's just it's I it's never going to take. It's never going to happen. I just can't see it ever having there. Not because there's all well becau yes, partly because this is like a fate destiny. Type thing it had like a karma causing. How'd they had a chance to do this? They had a chance with all the guys they the the lob city guys they had the chance with Chris Paul Blake Griffin and the Andre Jordan that team should have. And they blew it year after year in the was it the conference semifinals every year. I mean, you know, the Lakers had a long history of not being able to beat the Celtics for like an entire decade before they broke. Nobody nobody beat the cell right for entire. But the point is the Lakers looked like a team that could champion could win the big one until he did right until it actually happens. Then you I can't consider them a threat until it actually gets to that point. What do you think prevents it though? Like is it just like is there people not wanting to covers of not wanting to go to the clippers to to Greg's point. We have not seen ever yet. A great player decide to go play with the clippers. I'm gonna sign up with them. Chris Paul stayed after being traded. But that's a little different like nobody's with the whole free agent. You listen to Caspian Los Angeles Blake would have would've traded him away. But he was already already there. Yes. So it's like that guy says I could go here here here here here here, I'm going to choose this win..

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"pooh" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

Timesuck with Dan Cummins

04:28 min | 2 years ago

"pooh" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

"Some scientists still thinking cure blindness and foster certain levitation abilities at the right doses. And of course, that's not true. Don't play Pooh aiding play Pooh is a very good way. To get plague. A plague is an infectious disease that affects rodents humans varies other animals, including those poor medieval sheep, we heard about from that fourteenth century priests. It comes from the your siniya pestis bacteria a little rod shaped cocoa bacillus cocka- cockatiels. Sylla's, and it loves the fleas, especially Radley's, fleece, or totally. It's like like if young tween your cine pestis could adorn their little rooms, the bacteria rooms posters did have almost nothing but sexiest flea posters. There are more than two thousand types of flea. But is primarily a flea known as the oriental rat flea that is attributed to the plague bacteria as its name suggests flee mostly feeds on rodents, but it can also bite humans and household pets despite his name doesn't care if you're Asian or not, and it's by name it wasn't named by a older casually and possibly unintentionally racist white man who still thinks it's okay to refer Asian people as oriental. The flaking girl up to two and a half millimeters in length and their adult fleas do not have wings. They are able to jump up to two hundred times the length of their bodies, the fleas are Brown and color and the reproductive organs are visible in its abdomen. When the bacteria is ingested by the flea, the forgot this little flea is blocked by a biofilm that prevents the the the the blood that the flea host is feeding itself on for making all the way through the fleas digestive process. So the flea begins to starve despite eating all the time. And then the hungrier the flea gets the harder it bites its host the harder at bites the harder. It regurgitates the plague bacteria into the open wound on the host. It's feeding from causing infection. Now, the bacteria is in the animal probably rat living in his bloodstream multiplying rapidly. And starting to kill the host, usually usually some host can live some host have immune systems. If for whatever reason. Are you know, pretty good? It's not Lao. Allowing this plague bacteria to kill it. And then if the new host acquires new new uninfected fleas, new fleas, drink is blood and infect themselves with some of the new bacteria now jumped more animals, infecting them, which in turn affects more fleas, which affects more animals and so on and so on and so on. Crazy how this organism lives as a parasite and primarily furthers infection by infecting other types of parasites Nashville double parasite situation, this bacteria is extremely frail and doesn't do. Well, if it gets kicked out of this cycle, it tends not delivery long of it's not inside a flea or another organisms blood or tissue when exposed to daylight dies quickly. It loves blood and darkness. How fitting for the organisers behind the black death to love blood and darkness. I I did wonder reading about its life cycle like where does this bacteria come from? Right. He can't always an only exist and never new series of host cannon. Like, where's it live? When it's not inside another organism of some sorts of appears to be a lot of scientific debate about Justice for a while. Many microbiologists did seem to think the disea- that the disease lived indefinitely in so-called enzootic maintenance cycles enzootic that would cause little you know, obvious host. Tally involved transmission between partially resistant rodents, basically some animals wouldn't die from it. But we continue to carry it around in their bloodstream until they've found other animals to infect however, North America played causes die-offs of entire colonies of prairie dogs, for example, and the disease will pop up again later in the same spot like like how can that happen? If it doesn't if he can't live outside host. If he kills all the toasting area and can't live outside of an organism. How does it pop up again? Well, something he can hide in lay dormant like like a sleeping monster or a mummy's curse until the new host or victims comes along a two thousand eight scientific study confirmed that the your cine pestis remains viable environment after at least forty weeks spent in sterilized humidifier had sand. So it looks like it can live in some dirt. Which is scary. There's a tiny little microscopic organisms lane some dirt somewhere laying in the desert somewhere. Just waiting to pop up and just reek fucking havoc Wooding too..

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"pooh" Discussed on House of Kim with Kim Zolciak

House of Kim with Kim Zolciak

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"pooh" Discussed on House of Kim with Kim Zolciak

"What is wrong with me? And I have not even had a glass of wine. Chlorophyll is vital for photosynthesis synthesis. I had a list guys. I went to speech therapy for five years. So maybe that's where the system which allows plants to absorb energy from the light chlorophyll. Molecules are arranged around photo systems that are embedded in the Tilak Lloyd membranes of the chloroplast in these complexes chlorophyll serves three functions, but you guys can Google. You can read all about it. What it does for the plants, how it's the green substance basically like Creuset. So I honestly highly highly recommend it. My daughter Brioni Arianna take it. It's changed. Honestly, it's changed my life. I'm sure there's, like I said, there's other brands. I'm just telling you what works for me and what we found kinda work for us here. Number two, you're pooh-poohed will be green. Don't be alarmed by that. Definitely take it five days a week if not seven. I take it at night. You guys, I'm sorry. I don't wanna leave this out. I take it at night. I feel like it does help you go to the bathroom. So you get up. You've ever coffee or whatever your routine is before you head out the door to go to work. It really helps you go to the bathroom. So I let it work at night. I give it to my kids at night as well. I don't know if that is how commend honestly you taking it kind of works for for all of us here. It's a good I did because essentially you're rebuilding and restoring your body while you're resting. And so if you have something that you've put in in your body that's going to help rebuild and restore in clean out.

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"pooh" Discussed on House of Kim with Kim Zolciak

House of Kim with Kim Zolciak

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"pooh" Discussed on House of Kim with Kim Zolciak

"Customer service team. It's something that I'm extremely proud of and still can't believe it's real. I still can't believe it's real and I hope I feel that way the rest of my life because you never wanna get too cocky or too comfortable. Right. So again, think of those examples. You can Google all day long. You know the people that are being they have turn on the TV and somebody's successful somebody just road the biggest wave player or or somebody just won the Super Bowl six times, Tom Brady five times in those people did not just not their fingers wake up one day and see themselves in that position. They put in Tom Brady, they put in so much time in work, but it wasn't. It wasn't necessarily difficult processor. It was difficult at times throughout the process, but they committed and they were disciplined to stay the course. You have to strengthen your discipline. You have to strengthen your mind to to get there, and it's simple set a small goal, a small goal that you know you can reach in Bill jet confidence. To build your mind, build that muscle and before you know it, your mind will be bench and four hundred pounds. Not one hundred, twenty five or skin in the gym. Your mind will be able to run the marathon. It's not going to die out halfway through, it'll it'll win the, it'll win the race. That's how these these people that you see all of a sudden on Instagram or all the successful trust me. Nobody got there by snapping their fingers unless they were born into it. Does, which is always nice to why not the daughter of the founder of call the Colo payment. But I mean, just trust the process, joy the price. I enjoy. I, you know, I tend to want instant gratification. I mean, I think we all do, and if it doesn't happen, it's, you know, you get easily discouraged. And a lot of in some of the most successful people in this world are ones that were told no several times Fred Smith, founder of FedEx, failed. His paper in college professor thought it was the stupidest idea ever to ship packages overnight and look at FedEx. He's just a prime example. You're not enjoying the process. You're not on the right Pat. Right? Exactly. Should be issued be so much. I don't get irritated. Then you ship me the wrong one. I'm pissed right. I'm still very thankful. I'm never rude to people. I'm never rude to my chemists. My business partner, the people that work for Kashmir. I don't care how frustrated I may have gone at times, always treat people with love and respect and keep pushing through. Okay, let's jump right into our golden nugget. You guys..

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"pooh" Discussed on House of Kim with Kim Zolciak

House of Kim with Kim Zolciak

03:39 min | 3 years ago

"pooh" Discussed on House of Kim with Kim Zolciak

"Pull from from your dreams. Your visions go to that place like, you know what I'm going to keep pushing through. You know, an example of Kashmir was or is that I didn't like any there. There was nobody really neat land Georgia that I wanted to assist in making my products. They were all in Los Angeles, California, all of my products are cruelty free and made here in the United States. That was another big goal of mine. I didn't want my stuff being made in other countries so that way I could monitor them and make sure all of my labs. I also wanted to be approved by the FDA and they are. So again, it was there in California was four and a half hour flight for me. You know, I had just had a stroke. I had talked to him about Kashmir prior to having a stroke, just a couple of weeks. So when I had the stroke and I landed from California and then had the stroke, I thought, well, now what now, how the hell am I going to get to Los Angeles to meet with the chemists? Do the formulas. This is a paint. You know, I just went to that place of. Like this isn't happening for a very short amount of time, and then I swapped my cardiologists about it all the precautions that we have to take in order for us to fly or order for me to fly even to this day for the rest of my life hydration key. We've talked about that. When flying. But anyhow, there were, there were definitely struggles are things the way Tim always encouraged through all of it. Like, let's just keep pushing through, you know. And so we've changed labs a couple of times, all of them FDA approved chemists. We want the very best we've continued to grow. I wanna glass packaging from the jump for Kashmir. I wanna glass bottle everything and Tim's like, Kim, we can't. It's just, you know, he's the rational mind when it comes to things. We don't sacrifice on the product, the integrity of the product ever. We never will, but Kim glass bottles, we can't right now shipping figure how to ship glass bottles. We can't do glass bottles with guests can get there doesn't mean we can't get there. Well, guess my you guys, the perfectionist, which is the miracle anti aging serum that we just came out with two weeks ago is in a glass bottle. I am so excited. It's taken two plus years to get glass bottles and be able to get to that place. They're not cheap. They're very expense. The bottle is also darken colors that doesn't compromise compromise the integrity of the product. And so that's just, you know, you guys, I hope that you hear me when I tell you this, nobody. Said here. Here you go, Kim, you know, every day. And so I've worked with the chemist. We've shift back and forth. FedEx's become our best friend shift, everything back and forth. So we have an awesome assistant Mel that works, Tim's assistant who has helped make it all possible and all the pieces. Now we have like huge office in California. Alexis opens the doors for us. It's amazing and super exciting, but it's taken time. It's a process. It's a great example of trusting the process staying, you You know. know. Saying on track, not taking the easy way out or whatever to compromise the company and the brand. And so we could only come out with Tonio initially initially because it is such an expensive product to make it as Tam new oil in it, which is very expensive. But I was held on having it in the Tony. So we only came out with the twenty first. That's all. We started with guys head over to Kashmir collections both with a k. and see all the products that we have now much thanks to all of you guys, but it's just a little story and a little background on Kashmir and how you know there. It was not like without triumphant tribulations. Now we have two hundred eighty plus always and incredible.

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"pooh" Discussed on At The Movies with Arch and Ann

At The Movies with Arch and Ann

03:56 min | 3 years ago

"pooh" Discussed on At The Movies with Arch and Ann

"Robin, all grownup. Receiving some life lessons from his friends. Winnie the Pooh. Woo and the other guys and ladies and hours and things, and what do we think? I thought it was a very sweet movie, very charming. I mean, the the message of it is the same message. We've gotten like eight million movies, you know, don't spend much time on work, spend more time on your family, and you know, you need some some plush sweet animals from one hundred acre wood. W learned that lesson, but I thought it was very, very sweet. I will say my took my son who's eleven, and I guess is the first time I've seen a movie with you and McGregor in it. So he says to me, Trainspotting. We'll do that over the grey spotting and Moulin Rouge or like, you know, you and your toddler. And he said he has a line down his face and what he was noticing as he has a Chris here, and then he has a very prominent Divet and then his chin thing. And I think you mcgregor's very handsome, but now all I can see, he's righty that goes right on his face doesn't make a line. I don't see any corrects just wrinkles. And I was like, well, my son's as the line. I agree. I thought it was. I chuckled throughout most of it. I mean, some of the lines by there, there's a donkey named your friend. There's kanga little ru. There's rabbit and piglet and there's out. But most of all, there's no, we get a lot of the. But he's not in the song that's weird. He was never in TI double or we get that song, we get the up down, touch the ground. So there's a lot of things for all of us that grew up on it. I actually I was. I was I was a little skeptical going in and won me over because I was a criminally under seen movie last year called goodbye. Christopher, rob. Domino Gleason, I think, played the author that want renting it was it was more in the vein of saving Mr. banks how it was behind the scenes of Mary Potter movie. Yeah, and I really enjoyed it. And so I wasn't sure how this would be because this is set and tiredly in the world of Pooh. But I thought I say now it's a nice companion piece. I really enjoyed it. I giggled, especially there's a waterfall bit. We won't spoil it, but that got me. There's a mix of animatronic and live, which I thought really worked. And then there's a mix of animation as well or drawings. I thought it was a beautifully. Produced film? Yeah. Yeah. I reminded me a little bit of Paddington and it was Disney's answer like, oh, you guys made a movie with real people in a bear. We've got a bear. But it was a little. I was skeptical because I'm so used to watching the poof purely as enemy Shen. That's how most of us grew up on it. And so the idea of doing it this way with their actual being tangible kind of muppet creatures. But I thought it worked as a mother of an eleven year old. He's familiar and love the Winnie, the Pooh story in the family. He is the very first movie. I took him to as a Winnie the Pooh movie see, and this is what I love about it because this there's so many things that change from generations childhood childhood, and the fact that Winnie the Pooh is still connecting with kids today and over will for generations to come. That actually makes me thrilled. Yeah, every in. 'cause you never know Bugs Bunny curious, Mickey, Mouse. It's curious. I always fascinated to see what what will survive and they were. They were kids like family sitting on either side of me in the theater last night, and the kids were couldn't help themselves, but laugh. And then that you see me in the parents were kind of glance out of each other and the I grin at some of the old callback. The up down. So I had not a Greek chorus, but an off course around me every time. Never or. Mitch and Brad Garrett, does yours voice. Nominal standout and the guy who does Poos voices, Jim Cummings, and I thought the voice work forever..

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