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"potty" Discussed on ESPN Daily

ESPN Daily

05:49 min | 11 months ago

"potty" Discussed on ESPN Daily

"Would never do that job or something like that. Yeah, there does seem to be this yin and Yang, cosmic balance, full circle, so to speak. Dynamic here, Ryan, where the beer guy and the porta potty guy are two sides of the same coin except no one ever really thanks the porta potty guy. Yeah, they are the least thanked people I'll tell you though that a lot of the first responders, there's a whole there's a whole section of bathrooms and a lot of the cops and ambulance drivers and fire guys that were at the game. We're like, hey, thank you so much. I think they understand. I also think of like those scenes, you know, from like horse races, where like they're hijinks with these porta potties. What are the, what are the common hazards in that way that these guys have to deal with? People treat porta potties just like they treat them so badly. If somebody did in your bathroom, what you just did in that porta potty. I mean, you'd be livid, but people do it. And it's horrifying. And one of the big ones that I just mortified watching was at the Triple Crown races over the years, they have these rows of I don't know, maybe a hundred porta potties 50 back to back and people have begun, it's become like a sad porta potty tradition where they try to run across the entire 50 porta potties, right? Yes. And that is such a bad idea for like 5 different reasons. One is that the top of the porta potty, it's just plastic. And so it can maybe hold a hundred pounds, so you could easily go down through and people do go down through them. At the Triple Crown ones, what happens is when they run people throw things at them, like violently throw beer cans at them and hit them knock them off. I saw one where a guy took one of those plastic fold up chairs and lobbed it and took a guy out and knocked him right off the top of the porta potties and down onto the ground. I mean, it's a horror scene. So all of this has been thinking about what the future Ryan might be like for the porta potti industry because you rely on it, we need it, but it's also been like seemingly pretty unchanged for the last 50 years. I mean, I'm looking at a picture of a porta potty right now at Woodstock from 69 and it doesn't look demonstrably different to what you're describing your Sunday with Ben. To be like. So why hasn't it evolved? What innovations do you see coming to the portable bathroom industry in the near future? I see almost no innovation. There is no one in a lab coat thinking about this, unfortunately. The one expert that I spoke to, she said, you know, this is a fascinating interview 'cause I've never spent any time thinking about the future of porta potties, even though I spend large chunks of every day thinking about the future of bathrooms. And she has been the conferences around the world on all the innovations coming our way in the future of the bathroom. And she said, you know, I just don't think anybody has paid any attention to poor bodies. So I don't see big changes. The picture of the porta potty from Woodstock to now, I mean, there are just very slight differences. If I told you that one of the Woodstock porta potties was out at my kids soccer field, you wouldn't say no, that's from.

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"potty" Discussed on ESPN Daily

ESPN Daily

07:05 min | 11 months ago

"potty" Discussed on ESPN Daily

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So it is just going to grow bigger and bigger and bigger. The pandemic played a role, you know, more and more people wanted to do things outdoors and that expect to not change. I mean, outdoor weddings alone are up multiple times over what they were years ago. And so this is a huge business. The next time you are out and about in a park or near a school or at a just walk in the streets, if you look around for porta potties, you will see them. There is one almost around every corner, and there will continue to be. So how did Ben cansdale, your guide into this world, the porta potty guy who was steering you through this? How did he get into this in the first place? Well, he had a pretty good job as an electrician. He was making about $15 an hour and making an okay living, but you know he has a girlfriend. He has a young son and he wanted to look for something that paid a little bit more and so he put his resume out there and he got a call from modern disposal and at first he thought, oh my God, do I really want to be driving garbage trucks or clean and portable bathrooms? Like, do I really want to do that? The pay is really good. It is really good paying job. He jumped almost $10 an hour with all sorts of incentives and bonuses. And so part of that huge industry, it filters down to the workers. These guys make a good living. So, you know, you make this argument in your piece. Ryan, that we can't really have sports without the porta potty. So how important to you are they? What do people not understand about the delicate dynamic here? It's essential. You know, people did not use to go to stadiums and spend all day there and have breakfast lunch and dinner. The first reports of that kind of tailgating and game day experience were in the early 50s and into the 60s. And that's exactly when portable bathrooms began their spike in the United States. And those two things are not unrelated because the early returns on tailgating in 1950 and 1955 with 50, 60, 70,000 people, it was a nightmare scene of people just going to the bathroom in their cars outside their cars looking for Woods sneaking into the stadium early. We could not have the kind of big time sports that we have these days without the evolution of the portable bathroom. And so what I want to understand is like, what is the history of this thing? What's the history of sports and the toilet? Where does this all start? Well, weirdly enough, the first portable toilet was discovered in an ancient Egyptian tomb, sometime around the 14th century, and it was just a wooden stool with a hole in it with a piece of pottery underneath it. And you know, it kind of stayed that way for many, many, many hundreds of years, so the actual first porta potty in the United States. You know, there's not a lot of historians out there with great backgrounds in this, but it's believed to have been around the time during World War II whenever there was shipbuilding happening on the West Coast. And supervisors realized, boy, I got guys ducking off these ships that were building and going on land and going to the bathroom and coming back and losing 20 or 30 minutes every time. And they saw incredible spikes in worker productivity. And so that launched the porta potty into the 21st century. Okay, so when did the porta potty become like the 5th thing for these outdoor events for sports and otherwise that? Yeah, so we've had large gatherings at horse racing events and a lot of football games, even up in the early 1900s through 1950, but it was around 1950 that a confluence of factors popped up where people began to make game days a full day. It just didn't happen before about 1950, but a bunch of things came together. One is one is preservatives in food and the ability to kind of take food and have it all day and put it in a cooler. Another is bigger cars allowed more people to go to games and sort of camp out in their cars. And that's when tailgating culture really began and took off. And along with tailgating, you had to have bathrooms. It's one of the first things people are looking for when they go tailgating, even as far back as 75 years ago. And so that's when facilities and people realize we got to have a porta potty. Well, it provides me of like, you know, giant outdoor music festivals. Yeah. Yeah, that's really, I mean, I write in my story about how Woodstock is the first porta potty. It's like a seismic event in the porta potty history because it was the first gathering where just hundreds of thousands of people showed up. They expected a 100,000 and they ended up with 500,000, which means they had 600 toilets for half a million people. And let me just tell you it did not go well. Did not go well when it came to the bathroom. Think about that. It's 800 people waiting for each bathroom. I mean, it's bonkers. The recommendation these days is that you have about one porta potty for every 50 people, but it's interesting that there's always a caveat about alcohol. If you are serving alcohol, you should drop that by about 20% because people use the bathroom more. So it's about one porta potty for every 40 people or so if you're serving alcohol and this is a shocker, I'm sure Pablo, but at a Buffalo Bill's home game, there is some alcohol. Yeah, Ryan, I have heard that. So on that note in particular, now that we have the history,.

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Drivers snowed-in all night as I-95 shuts down in Virginia

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 11 months ago

Drivers snowed-in all night as I-95 shuts down in Virginia

"I'm I'm Julie Julie Walker Walker hundreds hundreds of of people people were were stranded stranded all all night night and and snow snow and and freezing freezing temperatures temperatures on on I. I. ninety ninety five five in in Virginia Virginia where where authorities authorities were were struggling struggling Tuesday Tuesday to to reach reach them them a a tractor tractor trailer trailer that that lost lost control control and and Jack Jack knight knight set set off off a a chain chain reaction reaction involving involving other other trucks trucks behind behind it it according according to to authorities authorities I I ninety ninety five five north north was was hit hit the the hardest hardest truck truck driver driver only only slaughter slaughter was was on on I I ninety ninety five five south south when when she she got got stuck stuck in in the the stand stand still still we we literally literally in in that that five five hours hours I I think think maybe maybe what what half half a a mile mile she she says says people people running running out out of of food food and and water water I I saw saw people people get get out out and and walk walk her her dog dog I I saw saw people people unfortunately unfortunately I I had had to to go go potty potty I I saw saw people people stretching stretching the the gentleman gentleman in in front front of of us us ask ask the the car car next next to to him him for for a a charger charger so so he he went went charged charged it it and and gave gave it it back back to to where where I I am am all all getting getting out out looking looking I'm I'm Julie Julie Walker Walker

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The Radical Story PBS Journalist Yamiche Alcindor Wanted to Get Across

Mark Levin

01:53 min | 1 year ago

The Radical Story PBS Journalist Yamiche Alcindor Wanted to Get Across

"PBS has promoted alcindor to a prominent post And she was at The White House briefing today And here's what she had to say cut 9 go Respectfully I understand that you are disposed person for the president These are images that are traumatizing Haitian Americans that he promised to treat respectfully and with humanity Why isn't the president telling people himself these images that people say look like slavery are wrong Okay hold on Who are the people that say it looks like slavery Waters and some others Is listening to Lauren Jones Lawrence Jones this guy is a rising star if not a star on Fox African American Sharp dude He said slavery slavery These people are coming into our country violating our law they're coming voluntarily There's nothing here about slavery They could turn around and leave And Dimitri I'll send her nose That the horses are used and that these are not whips by now she knew by the afternoon at that press briefing that those were not whips that Haitians were not being whipped And that horses are used to control areas and rivers and so forth because they can't get vehicles down there The border patrol is overwhelmed They're doing their best She also knows she also knows that the border patrol is feeding people getting them water Trying to provide them with some of these these portable potties and so forth That what they're doing is enormously humane But that's not the picture you meet our cinder a radical Democrat dressed up as a PBS journalist wants to get across

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Rep. Tony Gonzales Calls Border Situation a 'Humanitarian Crisis'

Mark Levin

00:56 sec | 1 year ago

Rep. Tony Gonzales Calls Border Situation a 'Humanitarian Crisis'

"Republican representative Tony Gonzalez in Texas yesterday on CNN, that's exactly what he said. And he said This is a humanitarian crisis on steroids. Kudos to him for telling the truth. Listen to this. What are the conditions you've seen? Drug It's got it's got reds Jean, You know it's a humanitarian crisis on steroids, you know, over 8000 migrants under this bridge, it is hot outside. There are only you know, a handful of Porta potties out there you have Children. You have a lot of single males as well. Border Patrol agents are doing everything they possibly can. And they deserve our thanks for that. But this is beyond a breaking point. This is something that needs to be taken. Seriously. Now, time is running out. Everyone. One is tired. Uh, in South Texas in Texas. In general, we feel abandoned by the administration. Put the politics aside, come together and let's solve this.

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Why Is It Important to Potty Train Cows?

Science Magazine Podcast

01:28 min | 1 year ago

Why Is It Important to Potty Train Cows?

"Now we have online news editor david. Graham he's here to talk about potty training cows. Hi dave hey sir all right. We're already laughing but it's not silly. It's serious why would we need to tell cows where to go. Well house as you may have seen or heard make a lot of waste appeal lot. They poop watch and not so much of a problem if they're out in the field and actually it's not always the problem when they're in a bar setting because the way barnes have operated until recently scousers confined in these stalls through tied up and so they can only sort of excrete in one area. The problem which is kind of a bit of conundrum is that as barnes have tried to become more. The cows have more free roam in the barn and so maybe you sometimes have hundred or more cows roaming around a bar and on these concrete floors their pooping and peeing everywhere. And that's not only sort of a health issue for the cows and actually for people to but when urine feces knicks. It actually creates a monja which is a very toxic chemical both cows in for people Ammonia can become nitrous oxide which is a very potent greenhouse gas and so ironically by trying to improve cow welfare were also sort of hurting the environment and so the question is can we get cows. We get cows to sort of excrete in just one location. It would be a lot easier to clean it up or store to use it like as fertilizer or other types of things

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No Bull: Scientists Potty Train Cows to Use 'MooLoo'

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | 1 year ago

No Bull: Scientists Potty Train Cows to Use 'MooLoo'

"Scientists say cow is can be potty trained as easily as toddlers maybe easier animal behavioral scientist Lindsay Matthews and his team at New Zealand university of Auckland set up a special pen called the Mulu usually takes about two to four years for toddlers to be potty trained for cow was three I heard about yeah on average twenty twenty four of your nations and I work for the trump towers P. a lot a single cow can produce about eight gallons of urine a day urine contains nitrogen and when mixed with feces becomes ammonia which is an environmental issue the mobile helps manage waste and reduce greenhouse gases how's that go outside the Mulu get sprayed with cold water those who urinate in the mold get a sweet treat mostly molasses they love treats the mobile only involve urine Matthews predicts they could train cows to poop in a certain place too I'm a Donahue

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"potty" Discussed on Distorted View Daily

Distorted View Daily

04:00 min | 1 year ago

"potty" Discussed on Distorted View Daily

"Thomas brian steaming or stem was sentenced to ten years in prison for first and second degree assault. He pleaded guilty. In june of justice is not that swift is it was like. Yeah i did it. Put me behind bars. Whoa wha- oh we're going to wait a few months really think about this three months to sentence this guy who pleaded guilty. I feel like if you plead guilty. Things should be expedited quickly. This guy obviously didn't want to go to trial. Whatever i did it. Just gimme my punishment giving my sentencing so we can get this over with. They can get on with my life. stephen attack. Katy peters in february at christopher's fine foods at shady side road in church ted. The incident was caught on surveillance video. According to investigators. Stephen tried to attack to other people. He was really loaded up enough semen for three or four injections. All right Yes he tried to attack to other people. Before peter's stephen had recently moved from ohio of course of florida of the north and had six prior convictions on his record from one thousand nine hundred eighty six to nineteen ninety six so he took a break you know. He hasn't been in trouble since nineteen ninety-six. It's almost. He went into semen. Retirement had a good ten year. Run from eighty six to ninety six jabbing. People with my judges. And i thought i'd hang up after that but after the craziness of last year. I thought i'd get out of retirement. You know i was cooped up in the house. I go back to stick and people with my semen syringes part-time part-time. That's right. you blame this all on the pandemic being cooped up in the house. What is the corona virus. Not responsible for i. You all right Second story we have for you today. Here's a dumb one. This one comes from new mexico. Oh woman using a porta. Potty and gallup new mexico was locked inside the porta-pottys from outside their me blake said. It was saturday. I went to gallup to sell at the flea market. You know as one does. I don't go there often. She's blake and her mom. We're feeling cook phone to make some sales and everything was going fine until you know she started cramping like yet and this is like not an indoor flea market. It's an outdoor flea market. I guess the only shedders where the porta-pottys sheep popped into one of the potties were quick break and she said my lord. I felt the door tug you now the leverage on the porta potties. It shows if it's red or green and obviously if it's read it means it locked. Blake said she immediately tried to open the door but but couldn't at first. She thought the door was just jammed. She kept tugging kept pulling trying to unjam the door and that didn't work and then she started to freak out and she started yelling. A man came by to help In told her there was a lock on the door. Like a physical luck. I'm guessing someone walked by like a kid or something came by with a lock and lock the door. She was freed using a bolt cutter. Now i understand this is this would be a frustrating only scary event. I think after you call for help someone was there to hear you. And they're like all right. I'm going to help you get out of this. I think some of the panic should subside. Because now people on the outside are aware of your situation. You're gonna get out of the porta-pottys eventually the whole reason. There's a new story is because this woman wants to warn others now about the porta potty she. She's she's considering this a near death situation which is kind of pushing it now. You're just being dramatic. She said my lord.

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"potty" Discussed on Distorted View Daily

Distorted View Daily

02:09 min | 1 year ago

"potty" Discussed on Distorted View Daily

"Mondays thirteenth twenty twenty. One coming up on the program. Today i introduce you to the child living in my basement. Plus when you accidentally upload unedited video. Larry zoo's a new nine eleven portion of a tribute song and locked in traumatized porta potty. Coming up today right golf. Woah ninety distorted view. Show with tim. Anson man at such a sweet. Jim henson reeks of anushka cramming. It in mudhole assholes. Very pretty wrexham dimension back care with you kicking off a new week programs and boy. Do i have a fantastic.

Mothering Ourselves With Oprah’s Life Coach Iyanla Vanzant

Mindful Mama - Parenting with Mindfulness

02:21 min | 1 year ago

Mothering Ourselves With Oprah’s Life Coach Iyanla Vanzant

"Did you have to learn how to mother yourself because lost your mother you that had to be part of it. Tell me a little more about that. Well like i said the mother. The purpose of mothering is to nourish to teach to beautify. That's what mothers do. That's what mothering is. I mean we nourish our children whether we're breastfeeding bottle feeding. We nurtured them. Meaning we provide them with the environment. The tools skills that allow them to grow in full. We teach everything from eating to walking to potty training to how to use the correct fork at the table and then the beautification. I think is just how we teach and demonstrate to our children how to present in the world to present in a space on environment and because i was raised in a kind of disjointed dysfunctional environment. I didn't know how do any of that so my first step was to teach myself. I had to noce myself in nourish myself. I had to teach myself so many things about being a woman about being a mother. Let me say an. And in the teaching i had to unlearn so many things that have been passed on to me. That were self denying dysfunctional. D harmonizing you. You name it. So i had to unlearn and then teach myself how to do so many things. I knew how to cook a knew how to wash clothes knew how to clean a house. I didn't know how to honor my feelings at didn't know how to ask but what i wanted. I didn't know that. What i thought and celt mattered mattered own that it was to be a priority in my life so learning those things and being able to do it. And as a way of nourishing and nurturing myself a took probably twenty years of my life. So i think many mama's lose that you know we we we don't get it

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Elimination Communication with Go Diaper Free Founder Andrea Olson

Babes and Babies

02:44 min | 1 year ago

Elimination Communication with Go Diaper Free Founder Andrea Olson

"You were saying. You're hardly ever pooped in a diaper. So people listening are like wilbon. Where did they poop in the toilet or with breastfed baby. I let mine poop in the sink better for my back and it just rinse down and it's my sink but you know in the toilet There are these little top hat potties. Also start. I brought those to market a couple years ago because they stopped making them in singapore but in third world countries. You'll come across these top half hotties that you hold between your legs and They go in that. So yeah instead of using the diaper as a toilet use the toilet as a toilet from whenever you hear about e. c. and ec. Elimination communications. Basically you start any time between here. Eighteen months and it's based on their inborn instinct. They don't like their mammals. We are all mammals. And no ma'am all likes to soil. They're den or their caregiver or themselves so when they're crying and crying and you're like oh i've tried everything i've tried the breasts of trade to shush and the five s.'s. The whole harvey carb thing. Nothing is working. My baby is still crying. Then you look in their debris and you're like oh you and poop. You just wanted to be changed. It's actually not what was happening if you rewind a little bit. They're crying so you would take the thing off. Take the diaper off so that they could go hygienically. And if you think about it we wouldn't have lasted this long as a human species if we weren't born with those instincts to be clean and dry and so babies are constantly communicating to their parents. Hey i need this or any of that and with you see is just a matter of figuring out what that is for your baby and yeah it doesn't. There's no i'm too late. And there's no oh i have to do this. Full on every single line poop ec as an exposure technique so literally whenever you find out about it before eighteen months is all good and then yeah you totally do get to start wrapping it up at eleven months or even if you kind of have asked started or whatever and then you're like okay. I'm going to get serious now. She's walking This is a great time. Because in montessori school of thought this is the sensitive period twelve to eighteen months where this is their developmental task so they actually really want control over this during that period. So we always. I always recommend wrapping it up starting at walking and then yet by the time eighteen months comes around like if you remove the diapers early enough. It's so much easier and babies rise to the occasion. They're like oh and they've been watching you. They've been watching you and you're going bathroom and they're like i want to do that and i'm walking and i can and it like it's so straightforward of their instincts

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Creating Partnerships That Matter With TED's Lisa Choi Owens

Girlboss Radio with Sophia Amoruso

01:59 min | 1 year ago

Creating Partnerships That Matter With TED's Lisa Choi Owens

"Well. Lisa welcomed a girl boss. Radio thank you happy to be here. Well so today you are the chief revenue officer the cro and head of global partnerships at ted. But you know like a lot of us. We've had a lot of different jobs before we got there and actually your first job. Straight out of college was on wall street. Which is so different What was that like. I mean this is going to age me but working on wall street way back then pretty much fit every nightmare story. Every bad stereotype that you can imagine. I actually was working on the trading floor which was just so challenging on so many levels like if you were to think about me to everyone in that organization would have been fired. It was just kind of extreme case that things that you've seen in the movies effectively where women were wildly disrespected It was an incredibly male dominant very aggressive environment and one that i just be just wasn't ready for it. Toughened me up. It turned my mouth into like a terrible potty mouth as a result because that was actually the only way that i could kind of have any credibility with folks there. I'd have to like throwing bomb in order for someone to actually hear my voice so it certainly toughened me up. I mean on many levels. It was so difficult that like every job. That followed was easy but it was pretty crazy introduction into the work world. What is an example. Because i mean. I can imagine from the movies that you're coming into this wild room where it's mostly men so i mean i have so many stories from like being invited to strip clubs and people using the squawk boxes to place bets on how much we a woman who has had put on during her maternity. Leave to just being cursed at on the floor

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"potty" Discussed on Business Wars Daily

Business Wars Daily

02:37 min | 1 year ago

"potty" Discussed on Business Wars Daily

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"potty" Discussed on Baby Steps

Baby Steps

05:38 min | 1 year ago

"potty" Discussed on Baby Steps

"Event out of it. Yeah so you have a period of time. We're getting the baby's acclimated with the potty. It's there maybe you can do it together. Maybe not but you kind of you talk about it in the week leading up to it like okay. We're going to be we're going to be. We're not pursuing know diapers this weekend and you make getting underwear exciting right. So you very like visually like say okay. Now we're gonna throw away all the diapers and so the kid knows that diapers are no more. This is like your. This is a big step in. This is a very exciting thing. Because you get to wear underwear right so you like maybe give them a gift of some new underway. You make a show of is. We're taking away the diapers and then you watch like set a weekend for. Maybe it's a three day weekend but like you are going to be focused on potty training and that's all you're going to be doing this weekend because you have to watch them because they are naked. Yeah they like you basically so in the it. Both pilot training methods from from these books that we that we read. And you know like advice from dr was you you basically you go no pants until your child grasps the concept of going to the bathroom on the potty when they need to go to the bathroom like let me know when to potty off your potty why them with lots of water and then you just watch them you watch for the signs and then hopefully over the course of the weekend they start to tell you before they have to go or you see it happening and then you rush them over to the podcast you're saying do do you need to go potty. You're going potty on the floor. let's go to the potty. Now you know and so it's just like the act of understanding when you are going to like going p. a. And then learning that one win..

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Everything You Need to Know About the Long Run With Coach Jess Movold

Hurdle

02:33 min | 1 year ago

Everything You Need to Know About the Long Run With Coach Jess Movold

"As you mentioned the long run is just this specific ron during the week where you're spending more time in your feet and perhaps the other days and relevant to whatever it is that you're going after so whereas you could be training for a ten k and you're long run would be six eight miles max versus training for a marathon. Where over time amo. That long bryden gets up. Eighteen nineteen twenty excetera depending on your training plan now for someone gearing up for their long run. What are a few things that you would recommend to them to do. What you prepare. Well i think to take it seriously. You know to put it on your calendar on a day where you feel you know i think yes. The long run falls on the weekends for so many. But it doesn't have to be your training plan. Be customized to your schedule that works best but it does need to be pretty routinely placed within that you know seven day block that you can buy or ties it you can you know. Commit to ninety plus minutes because technically that's where the long run turns into the long run ninety minutes or more you know you want to be able to make it routine so prioritizing it mentally managing expectations and knowing that the purpose of the long run is to complete it you know and i think it's an opportunity to work through mental obstacles mental hurdles mental things that are challenging learning how to work through them. It is the absolute perfect time to introduce fuelling. If that's new for you to find a source of fuel that you can work with or see if it works for you and clean outs. Bathrooms plan out water. Stops things that you can get ahead of you know on race day. Where setup there's potties you know in a perfect world. There's places to go to the bathroom. There's water and or other sources of hydration but the long run. It's all up to you so that's a good time to wear that outfit so you don't look at the finish line to bring the fuel to try out a hydration pack Not to try out new shoes. You can get new shoes and you know i would suggest four to six miles in a new pair of shoes and if it works then introduce them into your long run but the the best part about the long run is he. Just go and get it done.

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Should Potty Training Be Child-Led? With Bedwetting Expert Dr. Steven Hodges

Janet Lansbury Podcast

02:16 min | 1 year ago

Should Potty Training Be Child-Led? With Bedwetting Expert Dr. Steven Hodges

"You subscribe to the idea that children should lead their potty training. That children should be the ones to let parents know that they are ready. And sort of following the child method rather than the parent doing three day potty training or one of these potty training methods yeah for sure. I'm definitely a fan of child. Lead apparent lead. But with a one caveat so i found that you know three and younger tends to be a little bit too young in terms of maturity from us. Kids generally four teams to be a little too old because they're in preschool and they should know by then honestly if you can't probably four then maybe they have an issue that makes it impossible and you could get evaluated but somewhere between three and a half and four. Most kids have the physical ability in the mental ability. To kind of get it into go. And so i think introducing it gently at that. Point is fine. I i don't think that you have to force the issue. Most of them the one case kind of positive peer pressure when other kids doing it and they wanna do it as well. The one for training late And i've noticed a lot. Is that peeing in. Party is very easy for those kids. They control it well. But pooping in the potty. The more you get used to doing it in a pull up the kinda hard on toilet and so. That's a little bit of takes a little bit of help guidance. Through that because some kids as communist constipation as communist toting issues aren't kids You know delayed. Pooping on the potty. Where they just asked for pull up to go poop. Instead of doing the troll is very communist world. It's just you know. Old habits are hard to break sometimes. And you gotta work a little bit at it. The kids don't usually willfully poop on the toilet as easily as they do the pig and do you think that's just a force of habit or do you have the sense that it's also a child feeling maybe rushed or push emotionally and isn't quite ready to take that step and they feel that the parent trying to urge them ahead. Did you ever consider those aspects. yes i think. Pooping has just a hard thing for people to do is is interesting. Every kid i've been around you know has had an episode. were kinda feel good to poop. And they don't really don't know what to make of it you know. It's an uncomfortable on. They learn easily that you can Hold it in that. Kinda urge goes away so that it's so common and then since their minds involves much worse. It like a stressful situation. I think kind of hiding behavior having up do it in just seems safer that sitting on a toilet Little bit

Worst Job (MM #3645)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 1 year ago

Worst Job (MM #3645)

"The with kevin mason actually kidding here but they always say you know some of the worst jobs available in the world. The guy who drives around and cleans up porta-pottys heck these days people on the front line working in hospitals. But i joke when i say the worst job in the world has being a sports referee. Because you wanna talk about thankless job running up and down doing all the hustle and having all the protocols these days and not getting any fame and glory and more importantly having to deal with a lot of rude people. I watched some of the college basketball games over the weekend the tournament championships and was amazed. At how many times coaches took timeouts and instead of talking to their players in the huddle sat there and basically browbeat the referee. And what's funny. Of course they all had their masks down around their chin which drove me crazy. I remember those few years when i did some umpiring some refereeing for organized baseball leagues and also for basketball back in the day when i was younger and i hated the job i hated the people complaining. All the time never satisfied. I hated the browbeating. It's a thankless job. Maybe not the worst job. But i'll tell you what it's a no win situation.

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Worst Job (MM #3645)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 1 year ago

Worst Job (MM #3645)

"The with kevin mason actually kidding here but they always say you know some of the worst jobs available in the world. The guy who drives around and cleans up porta-pottys heck these days people on the front line working in hospitals. But i joke when i say the worst job in the world has being a sports referee. Because you wanna talk about thankless job running up and down doing all the hustle and having all the protocols these days and not getting any fame and glory and more importantly having to deal with a lot of rude people. I watched some of the college basketball games over the weekend the tournament championships and was amazed. At how many times coaches took timeouts and instead of talking to their players in the huddle sat there and basically browbeat the referee. And what's funny. Of course they all had their masks down around their chin which drove me crazy. I remember those few years when i did some umpiring some refereeing for organized baseball leagues and also for basketball back in the day when i was younger and i hated the job i hated the people complaining. All the time never satisfied. I hated the browbeating. It's a thankless job. Maybe not the worst job. But i'll tell you what it's a no win situation.

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Worst Job (MM #3645)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 1 year ago

Worst Job (MM #3645)

"The with kevin mason actually kidding here but they always say you know some of the worst jobs available in the world. The guy who drives around and cleans up porta-pottys heck these days people on the front line working in hospitals. But i joke when i say the worst job in the world has being a sports referee. Because you wanna talk about thankless job running up and down doing all the hustle and having all the protocols these days and not getting any fame and glory and more importantly having to deal with a lot of rude people. I watched some of the college basketball games over the weekend the tournament championships and was amazed. At how many times coaches took timeouts and instead of talking to their players in the huddle sat there and basically browbeat the referee. And what's funny. Of course they all had their masks down around their chin which drove me crazy. I remember those few years when i did some umpiring some refereeing for organized baseball leagues and also for basketball back in the day when i was younger and i hated the job i hated the people complaining. All the time never satisfied. I hated the browbeating. It's a thankless job. Maybe not the worst job. But i'll tell you what it's a no win situation.

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"potty" Discussed on The Latched Mama Podcast

The Latched Mama Podcast

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"potty" Discussed on The Latched Mama Podcast

"The other couple friends were like if one's ready go for it if one's not don't separate the other one back and ups. It was the cutest thing she would still run with her sister to the potty she was stand in front of her and clap and cheer her on in her pull up cheer her on then she would go get the sticker sheet and to bring it back and say which one do you want and they would put it on the chart and two to three weeks later she was right in there with her to the potty but it was like the cutest thing and it was like for me to look and say okay. It's okay like she wasn't ready. Yeah but they're still in it together and then her sister helped encourage her to go and then they like slowly figured it out. It was really cute to watch. But but i love the back that like there was no pressure like there was no pressure that they were the same age and they had to figure it out at the same and she didn't care that's what i thought she would feel hurt. Well mom put me in a pull up. But she's an undies. I want undies. Oh no she was because if she had wanted to she knew yeah if she'd wanted undies and that meant she was probably ready and she would have been able to do it but she was so cool all right so the takeaway. Your kid will be ready at some point. Don't feel like you need to have the youngest child potty trained in the world and it's really actually really joyful fund process when you know everybody's on the same page and ready time and if it doesn't work the first time it's okay it's okay haven't failed. Your kid has a failed. You haven't failed just pullback order some more diapers and keep moving on..

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"potty" Discussed on The Latched Mama Podcast

The Latched Mama Podcast

03:28 min | 1 year ago

"potty" Discussed on The Latched Mama Podcast

"He's here and he's coming out and they would. They would run and they would go poop and they were all excited and then they were like the water park and we know we didn't all three girls because i was terrified to go through that so anyways. That's like our poop dilemma. But that's really where. I was like pius so different than poop. Different feeling it's completely feel very out of control to them. It's not normal for them. They don't i feel like it's so hard especially first time parents when they go through it because they wonder if their kids ever going to be able to poop like is my child ever gonna poop on the potty like i know my brother. My sister-in-law were going through it and every time they would text about it. I would look and just be like. Oh i just want to hug you guys know. At some point it's going to click and it's going to be okay and i think it's just recently done that and like i feel so much pride and happiness for them because i know how much anxiety is wrapped up around the fact that like your kid is gonna poop in the potty at some point but as a parent you're like hold on what happens if they don't and what does this mean data and are they going to hold it too long. Are they going to get constipated. And are they going to get sick. And it's just this you know this anxiety kind of spiral that we always put ourselves in his parents. You know whether it has to do with poop or reading or bath or behavior or anything you know but in those situations like really the goal is just to have them in my opinion. Become trouble with that feeling and it needs to come out. It has to come out so they're not comfortable with the party and you can try little party you to it. I put a stack of pull ups in the bathroom. And i didn't have lennox to..

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Are You Smarter Than A Toilet?

Wow In the World

04:13 min | 1 year ago

Are You Smarter Than A Toilet?

"Okay ready to go. How are we getting their guy. That is used scared me god. Did you hear getting the gang back together. We're like harry run and her miami. Obviously harry sorry. Dennis really love for you to come but for taking guy roz yellow bananas scooter. And you know. It's only got seating for two people vote and a giant pigeon. Aw plus we need you here to spy on the neighborhood and watch out for danger. I guess yeah. We promised bring back a souvenir. Dierk many yoga. I think we have a little problem. Why what's going on. Well i kick it the banana scooter to start. It seems like the battery might dead. Maybe the banana is overweight. You know according to popular fruit and veg mechanics magazine. Overripe produce is the number one problem with perishable transportation. Know what happened to have your rollerblades handy do you. Oh boy. Do i know almost reggie got to ride gadfly dennis. Thank you still got. Tripling is the banana scooter. All the way down to the convention center. No problem indie rollerblades. Four oh come on you to hand you reggie. The entrance is right over there. What what what what i wear. Welcome to the bathroom showcase. Are you considering bathroom remodel. Yes i am looking to build a bear tuba lazy river in my bath. Tab and my buddy guy over here is tired of pooping in the kitchen sink. Mendy danny house. Well actually. It's a solar powered energy efficient. Modular in oversized debbie doll dream. Well i think that it's just super and i believe we've got some lovely compact laboratory options that you are going to a door. Come with me right this way but what what what what look at this of this place mindy now over here to the left you'll see be during the latest in portal body technology. Oh i think you mean florida party right. Yeah as in portable potties not poor tongue or tau you see traditional porta potties. Need to be transported to a location but but let me guess portal. Transport i bingo. Oh it's like the rollerblades of toilets now that something. I can get my behind behind once properly tested. These portal policies will be able to transport poopers through time and space past or future time. Travelling toilet signed me up. I want to see inside. Oh please don't go in their bodies bigger than your new house guy. Rise please sir. The portals are highly unstable. They have access to urine and feces from all of human history. Do i just flush myself to another car. What no sir please. it's just a prototype with. It's still in beta testing.

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CDC says no quarantine for vaccinated people

Johnjay & Rich On Demand

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

CDC says no quarantine for vaccinated people

"The us cdc. Basically they updated their quarantine recommendations. Now they say if you've been fully vaccinated against covid nineteen you do not have to quarantine after coming in contact with a covid positive person if you meet. All of the following criteria this is very important fully vaccinated are within three months of the fall following receipt of the last vaccine dose and remain a symptomatic. If you get symptoms you need to quarantine and they did say that fully vaccinated people Like the immunity could wear off after three months. So that's what they said. Yes within three months of your last vaccine dose.

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How to host Pay-to-Play Fortnite parties

Side Hustle School

05:06 min | 1 year ago

How to host Pay-to-Play Fortnite parties

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Myanmar coup: What is happening and why?

Today, Explained

05:18 min | 1 year ago

Myanmar coup: What is happening and why?

"United kicked off the year with an attempted coup and myanmar kicked off this month with a successful on me and mas military has seized power in a coup against the democratically elected government. There me and mars military moved in in myanmar's capital. The bridge to parliament is blocked by police. And the roads are lined with military and move the country's elected leader and her cabinet out somewhere behind the guns aung san suu. She is once more prisoner of the generals but even though the military swept a democratically elected leader out of power this isn't quite a textbook takeover even before this hour coup happened. The military was really with sharing their power with a civilian government. Dr van trend study social movements in myanmar. So we asked him to explain. Why a military that already had plenty of power in myanmar decided to take all during the general election that happens in november. Two thousand twenty. The result was a landslide for the ruling party of that time. Which was the national league of democracy. The first official results trickling men from mass general elections giving three parliamentary seats to suit. She's national league for democracy even before the final count is in the potty says it's confident of a landslide win however the military claimed that there was widespread voter fraud and that there were millions of ballots that were missing and they requested the Government led by the national league of democracy an auditor to investigate these claims of voter fraud. And what's also important to note is that there is the national local election observers who've seen the entire process from the voter lists to the election and they said that the election in street and fifth they have had talks and meetings with that the governments in the preceding days however those talks and discussions have not led to any kind of agreements between the two sides and since they failed to reach an any kind of agreement is very likely that there was a reason why they have decided to go forward with the crew right before a new parliament. We're supposed to convene. How did this get to the point of a coup. I mean i. I know the military in myanmar had been a strong presence already. Even you know throughout the leadership of unsung cheap but were there warnings there might be a coup so the relationship between the energy party and the military has always been a complicated one back in two thousand ten when they decided to carry out a political liberalization. They didn't want to have all of the political power of the military to be stripped away. Even before voters cast. The result is ensured. Twenty five percent of saints will go to the military alliances with the current regime have been made to ensure political survival in more than forty percent of seats. The only content as a candidates linked to the current regime or does not regarded as a fridge with the and government since two thousand fifteen They have been trying to tread very delicately in terms of how they deal with the the the military they try not to confront with military on various policy issues including the rowing crisis fall. There's an extraordinary scene playing out. On the world stage this morning nobel peace prize winner on san succi defending her country of myanmar against genocide charges in the international court of justice. She's also standing up for the say military. They kept her under house arrest for years. However you know like in the past year s We got closer to the election. In two thousand twenty the on sense which he led government and the different and the mp's have also tried to propose these amendments to the constitutions to give a very very obvious example twenty five percent of our percents of not elected and we believe that for democracy to behold complete all the representatives must be elected and that would basically strip away a lot of these different powers and controls of the military and wish strip away. You know quite a few of his decision making power. That is something that the military also find to be. Quite worrying doesn't mean it wasn't really surprised coup. I was It is always a surprise. Of course when you look back you can see various factors right. That could help explain why the military decided to take over power to to to conduct this military coup at this moment but before it happened everybody always had hope that people in myanmar or at least a majority of people in myanmar will still be able to continue enjoying their rights and their freedoms

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"potty" Discussed on Your Grandparents Did What?

Your Grandparents Did What?

05:00 min | 1 year ago

"potty" Discussed on Your Grandparents Did What?

"And it's like a scene you have to take off your current 'attaches and it's like a size for your but and then there's like a little tiny seat yes sold right in like it's magnetic yes it's the best thing here's the thing. What does your sit down. A little tiny one and you're just feels wrong. Compare yes but you know what it feels less wrong when i sit on the. It a one. That's like sitting on the seat. And i like slip off the sidewalk. I want to end with not like. We're not fully end here. But i wanted to read this quote from dr amy signer. She is a pediatrician at the boston. Children's health Physicians in the bronx and she says don't make potty training into a power struggle because you will never win you the fucking truth. He gets a good place to enter. Medical porsche hit. Is this talk. let's end it. Great job thank you. How holy fucking shit i mean. I did not expect where i train people peter. A body expected to be kinda boring but this was really entertaining. Me listen to you. Got we deeply into freud. We talked about a west german east german politics. If he gets funny people are like oh an episode potty training how weird and i feel like that's so i mean that's what i'm excited about doing. This too is that we're going to find these weird corners of things that none of us ever expected to go down rabbit holes of information's all does tie into lake today. Really see the you know. Snowball effective how we got on percent which i think is so lost in s also like having a little perspective on like what is important in. This moment is not always going to be important or always right right like we're gonna learn new things mike. I'm not gonna ruin my child. Because i had a kid that didn't potty trained 'til air and we fought him and like try not to fight him and do this and other during this and other they'll be okay right. They're going to be okay and don't put so much blame on yourself yourself gills so like you're a terrible parent if you can't make it work and four hours or you know and maybe don't put soap up their butts off with. Open your babies but get an expert lax.

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"potty" Discussed on Your Grandparents Did What?

Your Grandparents Did What?

05:54 min | 1 year ago

"potty" Discussed on Your Grandparents Did What?

"You'll be impotent. You'll have sexual perversion. You'll have great difficulty forming a healthy sexual relations with another person. I mean i'm pretty. Sure that freud heads of sexual perversion hard. Yes but i'm gonna round this out west to the relief of most parents. There's very little evidence to suggest that freud was right about success. These stations causing Causing the anal stage mainly because the theory was in and of itself very difficult. I mean to be fair. A lot of modern. Psychiatry is based off proving freud. Ron i think this motherfucker don't know what he's talking while his friend erik erikson who just briefly you know. He basically was highly influenced from freud. He was actually the dude that i'm coined the term identity crisis okay That's like his big not but he developed he had this like eight stages of psychosocial development And so he believed that in the second stage was The time we're child will learn to dress themselves. Basically the meantime more independence like a will autonomy versus shame. Like you need to give the child independence amp sometime. I mean if you don't allow them to successfully do these things like tweeting dressing themselves feeding themselves but become very shameful and children who experienced self-doubt at this stage lack confidence in their powers later in life. I assume that they're putting a lot. It says your parents must be reassuring yet avoid overprotection you must not give them too much Children who experienced too much doubt at this stage will lack confidence. Like it's just kind of like if you fuck up one day you're going to be in that for the by.

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"potty" Discussed on Your Grandparents Did What?

Your Grandparents Did What?

04:19 min | 1 year ago

"potty" Discussed on Your Grandparents Did What?

"And we're going to go through all the stages right now take breath okay. Just get ready for how gubkin weird this it on. Get all right so the first stage. In this timeline of psycho sexual development is oral stage. A ha it's from birth. To one year erogenous. Zone is the mouth. I mean big. Put things in row mouth wrong. He was observing. And some okay. So the consequences of being fixated the stage so if you have some major trauma i guess in this first stage. Okay you will become either orally aggressive mean biting people chewing gum out chewing on the ends of pencils pens like these are personality traits that will be attributed. I chipped my tooth by chewing out about yourself as a teenager. So what happened to be between mom. Dad i dunno. Let's find out home on the lousy next week episode. I discussed in. And if you were early passive smoking hot. you're overeating you're kissing and you were having oral sexual practices. Okay okay. that was I went borough said the next one is the anal. This is the anal stage. You're from the ages one to three. The main mirages zone is your balance bladder elimination And so if you had some sort of consequence of being fixated at this stage would be. You're either anal retentive which is excessively obsessively organiz excessively needs for energy to confirm. Do you know. I think so. Wait yes yes it is okay. Were initially explosive was defiant disorganized or mom. I'm just eight league explore explosive. Ailey bolsa explosive. Adl okay lakes explosive. Last like one that describes this is Copper belak yet. it's eating poop. It's shitting on someone shitting on someone. Okay sorry my google search history announced potty training copper philly act like things. I have some weird shit going on in my life. The next stages the phallic stage from three to six the mean What's it called..

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"potty" Discussed on Your Grandparents Did What?

Your Grandparents Did What?

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"potty" Discussed on Your Grandparents Did What?

"Time for take. Was i feel like every well that like the nineteen eighties. Really just a high of cocaine. So infrequent psychology have the psycho sexual development Is central element of the psychoanalytic sexual drive theory. Which freud believed that personality developed through a series of childhood stages in which pleasure seeking energies from the it became focused on certain erogenous areas. Yeah it's everything comes back to wanting to fuck your mother with freud basically So i'm gonna just quickly describe this whole talk a little bit about at the end. The ego and the superego. Okay so the. According to the freud analytic theory that aid is the primitive in Instinctual part of the mind that contains sexual and aggressive drives and hidden memories bouquet. That's the it and then you have the superego which operates as a moral conscience. Okay and then you have the ego. Which is the realistic part. That mediates between the desires of aid in the superego. Okay and i'll have you post a picture of is a good like a little graphic. I saw that kind of like brings it to life nice so he talks about these five psychosexual sexual stages They are oral anal. Phallic the latent in the genital. Okay and in erogenous zone characterizes an area of the body that is particularly sensitive simulation so each of these stages is a specific part of your body. That is highly sensitive to stimulation. We're gonna talk about all of okay. So the anal stage is the second stage which is he goes on a lot about potty training and this is kind of lake it did not realize i mean of course of course he went into my training but i did not realize that he also dabbled his little fingers into body rating. He said according to freud. The anus is the primary erogenous zone and pleasures derived from controlling bladder and bowel movement. Heo major conflict issued during the stages toilet training a fixation at this stage can result in a personality that is too rigid or one..

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"potty" Discussed on Your Grandparents Did What?

Your Grandparents Did What?

05:51 min | 1 year ago

"potty" Discussed on Your Grandparents Did What?

"Which i get it. But when you're trying to lake compare affection to. It's not a subjective thing. I mean i probably have a horrible eugenic cigna minute or something but okay good. So he also remember. Last week we were talking about stakes. Sleep we really why. Who was the one who told always. Yeah yeah so. Is this like asshole. Dr bench back. He was the first person advocated that infants will be placed should not be placed on their backs when sleeping commenting in in the nineteen fifty as he published Paper that said if an infant vomits he's more likely to choke on the vomit if lying on their back. So i can understand why antidoto evidence in those situations might be a little xactly not story that is more you can have data on that yet to like put a number or a data on like loving your child and seeing it especially in like a short term and what is our. What is our thirty year goal with but also how do you control for not loving Nor that trial. You can't like ethically no. Thanks now so. This advice was extremely influential on. Healthcare providers with nearly unanimous support through the nineteen ninety s. Says was literally until the safely. Sleep back up. What i talked about last week. Leap say sleep camp instruments. one dude. He kind of was the one who was like. Don't put them on their backs. And that's why like all of our parents were like you. Yes and like we're giving us a hard time yes so anyway knock benjamin's back love paint them. Listen he didn't we're all. We're all learning early. Perfect humans exactly. I don't wanna hate on him too much. But when i saw that i was like shocked at that i'm so the nineteen sixties was the emergence of two theories of potty training there was the parent oriented approach or the child. Ranted approach Okay so we'll talk about the parent were answered. Approach earth okay. So this was based on ch the structural behavioral training operate conditioning. This is like a basically. Like what i want you to go to the bathroom now because it's convenient for me okay. And they claim that if you did this method. You could train arabian a day. Nineteen seventy four was like a article published that you know you could do this one day if you did these things okay. What are these things. Increase the fluid intake having okay regularly scheduled toilet and we hold on. Have you tried to force a child. Water and duct tape and put onset crackers that i know exactly it's impossible Positive reinforcement for correct elimination over correction for accidents so this like shaming harming womam and. They said you could go for positive reinforcement and that still alive and well today. I'm the they said that the meantime for trainings so babies could learn in an average of four hours with this. That's not true. It's one bathroom break among the study showed. This was high. Risk for unsuccessful outcomes in the major drawbacks. Where the possibility of physical abuse during over in no fucking shit. I know laura hours. This works three hour three day thing that people have going on these days boggles my mind but at least it seems like a. We're going through a few days here. It seems like a little bit more than four hours. Like no ain't lunch. Talk fourteen hours at a time i was thinking about. We'll talk about it okay. Our own journeys So the child oriented approach is a little bit better so this was in nineteen sixty two. It was introduced. This suggests that training Begins only after a certain physiologic and behavioral criteria of readiness. Hermet okay it stresses the importance of allowing child the freedom to master each step at his or her own piece mental conflict love it associated with high rates of continental merely rapid training times and low long-term regression rates.

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"potty" Discussed on Your Grandparents Did What?

Your Grandparents Did What?

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"potty" Discussed on Your Grandparents Did What?

"Wow so i think sometimes we can think really like very seriously about our own views of like you know. Cameron lose four because he just i mean he was not gonna do. It forgot about that. He was good. There was not a bribe on planet earth. I gave him. But i also the luxury to be. Yes and we can afford diapers. When i know there's a lot of stress around children who are in certain daycares move up to the next room if they're not potty trained there's that will not accept your child after three or four now potty trained. Yeah yeah. I know it's not necessarily like i don't know how daycare is get away with making these rules because it's not as surly like a developmentally appropriate thing but like every kid by two and guessing because by that. Aj probably don't have to have as many people in the classroom. It would cost more money if they had to. Have somebody diapers all day. Long whole lot of it has to do with the Licensing but yeah exactly like not. Every teacher is allowed to change a diaper. Like really yelich. If you're an assistant teacher. Like 'cause when i worked at a daycare back in college i remember. I wasn't allowed to take the kids to the bathroom. Like it wasn't within my scope zapped because of like background check licensing that kind of stuff it has to do with like a safety issue. I don't know what it was like playschool. Which is anybody was in their changing those kids. Ebbers yeah i don't know i don't really know why but i think that it has something to do with. I think that They can't like i remember. There was only one teacher who could change the diapers. I don't really know what. I really look into it yet. No there is like a stressor on families because there's a lot of pressure to be like. Oh my gosh you can't be with your friends in the next class..

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"potty" Discussed on Your Grandparents Did What?

Your Grandparents Did What?

05:59 min | 1 year ago

"potty" Discussed on Your Grandparents Did What?

"To do. Yes they have stinky farts and Beckham's i mean. Truly they were trying all kinds of crazy racist about them and also no way just strain of reasons. America is seeming that variant. Gerry ingram But it's just it's crazy. We will do anything to attribute something we don't lie. They're saying they potty trained to early the crazy degree s or also. That's even though we're are riper yet and how to train your baby is. You're not even talking about cloth diapers so there was not even but yeah. Wow yes that is interesting. So there's more did not it keeps on going boy. So gore attribute much of contemporary japanese society in the nineteen forties this method of toilet training writing that quote early and severe toilet. Training is the most important single in florence in the formation of the adult japanese character on the way they care for their children. The education edmund. A culture around them her no just potty training guilt tripping you as a parent to my god you this out of your children are going to mind you. Americans were often. I get it at the bombing pearl harbor. i understand. We can have an argument about like what the first aggression. Barry's wheels love and argued about like america propping up stuff in the western front blah blah blah. Whatever is probably different pass to that. Yes but it's not like americans are innocent in all this now. No no not at all. So let's pretend like we're the quaker pacifists over here and those menial japanese people cable over there too early our speakers yet so this also kind also went over into german and western front stuff so this clearly some sort of like us versus then thing. Yeah so Other philosopher philosophers theorized similar things soon after the holocaust frankfurt school theorists theodor. and god. We're doing this again at adorno hypothesize so this is a west germany after the war west which would be like free british whatever versus east which would be soviet hypothesis Disciplined children develop character traits. Like robotic obedience easy submission to authority in susceptibility to antisemitism because you potty trained to early jews some parent as parenting guides later extrapolated from this at directly linking punitive toilet trading with the theory of a third authoritarian personality. Yes so we're putting go from putting like we just be our children and like do whatever to them ed to like. If we're doing this we are literally making them into monsters. That are trying to take over the world and kill jewish jewish population. I can't even. I don't i. This is not a real but it yes is saying yes deem it. So some germ ch- child rearing theorists in the nineteen seventies tied nazism and the holocaust authoritarian sadistic personalities produced by What the faa guess. Why i don't you can see here. This is an ad from the seventies in a german language..

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"potty" Discussed on Your Grandparents Did What?

Your Grandparents Did What?

02:55 min | 1 year ago

"potty" Discussed on Your Grandparents Did What?

"That diaper diapers forever. Doing a low key. Actually yes yeah. I mean that's part of it let's settle. They don't have to looks like he's diapers bigger and bigger yes so but also because In the second century psychiatrist in patrician started talking about it as a psychological thing rather than just a physical thing your body was doing. it's like the effects of early potty training with that does to your mind and to your body rather than just like a signi have to do to be done Twentieth century potty training navy psychoanalysts with its emphasis on the unconscious and warnings about potential psychological impacts later in life with toilet training experiences. So what that means so. That is sort of this. That history of at where it got really interesting to me. This is the part that i truly love to. So i i do this to me. Politics and propaganda in toilet training so this is really was had no idea this kind of stuff on us in the early nineteen forties This out during world war two okay. There was a perceived aggressiveness of japanese soldiers. Okay noted scholars wondered if it was caused by premature potty training anthropologist. Jeffrey gore argued as turns out falsely that japanese parents potty trained their babies earlier than western parents do and that this accounted for quote the overwhelming brutality and sadism of japanese at war holy goers reasoning. Was that the premature toilet. Training force japanese babies to control their stingers. Before important muscular development had taken place this caused intense rage which infants soon repressed this repression in turn gave rise to severe and compulsive personalities. So okay this is what. I'm talking about politics propaganda because we basically you're seeing that your enemy you see as an enemy who have a different way that they go about war that you perceive as seemed like a poster from the nineteen forties like japanese like. It's not good not good. No didn't age. Well no not at all but so you see that and then you think in your brain for whatever reason i think i read somewhere probably because appointment ever seen to when they probably were potty training in war situation where like not necessarily getting their best potty training results so they end made some correlation that meant because of that right and that also helps laws. The other than yeah. They're doing this. And that's because the they're like lesser. Yes fucked up your how though such a far reach such aren't they had.

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"potty" Discussed on Your Grandparents Did What?

Your Grandparents Did What?

05:52 min | 1 year ago

"potty" Discussed on Your Grandparents Did What?

"Dupage diaper on. Then i mean it's there were yeah. They had some diapers. Yep but i mean. They weren't like super absorbent. yeah now. Lincoln layer between you and there. She when you're watching. Those shoes sheets were just original sheets. The sheets So and the mothers were told that making their babies tents would make matters worse and quote. They should be gentle and laughed and they should not scold so at least we're moving to a place like blizzard love. Yes force fucking pooping. Your children for not will not hurt. You have to poop note you ever just laugh and laugh at lafley at postpartum a little bowl. Water asleep ranks. Boys you light. yeah yeah yes. What was that. Mall madness yes your credit card and culture at the call. Your parents get picked up and that sounds right to me. There was no and calling. There was a credit card. Amazing on ebay. Maybe we could look saying that a lot of time on my hands so by nineteen twenty one. They're back to more of a rigid thought process or laughter. No more talk of relaxation on an airplane service more quote rigor firmness and discipline which we know disciplined means for your three month old. I mean i guess. Basically running at three months behavior. Ism the idea that everything embassy can be. Mechanically learned was rising in popularity since the nineteen thirties This is when our grandparents were probably born yet. I think my grandma was born in my my grandma eighteen twelve. I think my grandma jan was born in twenty one. Yeah i feel like my grandparents are all born in the early nineteen twenty. Yeah yeah yeah yes so. It's like idea that you could do some things like basic like if you do enough time to learn how to do it rather than like talking about your mental readiness sorrow physical readiness whatever. It's all about the behavior yeah. Parents were urged to impose rigid toilet training regimen on children before they could even walk. I'm techniques workhorses and even abusive. So we're not talking about a great thing here by the by nineteen. Thirty eight ish. There's technology developed to address toilet training at night called the bell and pat..

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Homeless in the winter, in a pandemic. A deadly combination.

The Big Story

06:35 min | 1 year ago

Homeless in the winter, in a pandemic. A deadly combination.

"Jordan heath rawlings. This is the big story. Jacob launch is a reporter and writer based in toronto who looked into exactly how deadly this winter can be for vice. Hello dick how are you. I'm doing well thanks I'm glad you're looking at this topic. I know this is not a usual winter for people who live on the streets. Why don't you just start By telling me about the man who who started the story for you a who is raphael. Andrei and what happened to him. So i don't know much about rafael. A been to the shelter where he stays. I have spoken to some people there. And the general sense that i got was that In this happens with a lot of folks who pass away in the street You know is that. They're very caring very helpful. People the communities that they are part of they love being part of anti in this case Mr andre was certainly a friend of the shelter in the shelter is a friend of him. But because of the covid nineteen That was given for the shelter to shut down He was forced to sleep at side. Instead of being able to stay in stores following the death of an indigenous homeless man on the streets of montreal his body was found in a portable toilet. Just meters away from a shelter that had been forced to close its overnight services because a pandemic restrictions and it's it's not uncommon to you know many people i talked to who are harm reduction workers Or otherwise work with homeless people It's definitely not uncommon to For homeless folks who are using drugs to go into a porta potty because usually it is the only sort of Private space that they have available to them Albeit it is not a a healthier or safe place to be. Can you explain just a bit. Maybe about the circumstances surrounding his death before we move on to to the bigger issue you mentioned that he was part of a shelter community but he was not in the shelter. Why not an and how do those rules. Impact shelter yes so essentially. What happened was shelter had had an outbreak of covid nineteen in december. And so they were told that they could reopen the beginning of the year but they would not be able to stay open past nine thirty presumably this because people would be saying sleeping indoors spending more time indoors together Maybe during the day to coming in and out and there's less There's less of a chance of a spread of the virus. That seems to be what the municipal health authority believes So there was that nine thirty curfew way. It should be noted that it's this Nine thirty closing time is different than the provincial curfew that is currently Enforcing a being enforced in quebec and there has been calls to the premier Francois ago To give homeless people in exemption from this curfew. I don't know if that would have made a difference here. But i certainly think that. Some of the recent lockdown measures are Are certainly backfiring much. More than they did during the first wave on people who are homeless or otherwise experiencing some form of Lack of shelter right. Well as you mentioned. There's a pretty hard curfew in quebec right now in and it does apply to homeless people as well. What are homeless people supposed to do in a curfew that orders them off the streets so for my understanding that the general the german general message being sent by the premier by the police is that homeless people will be fine. They're not going to be ticketed. Although we've seen some instances were homeless. People have been ticketed. This this happens all the time. Even pre covid homeless people being ticketed for sleeping inside of bus shelters or being ticketed for sleeping on the street corner. So it's not really a covid specific thing but certainly the only people probably going to be outside during a curfew are people who don't have a home to stay in and so right now. Francois's logo the premier has said that there is no exemptions He said that his concern with allowing exemption for homeless people is that it would create incentive for people to break curfew in then saying that they're homeless When approached by police officer. Which i think there are a number of reasons why. That's not a strong argument. I mean you know someone. S i'm sure someone who's going to their friends house or partying or whatever they're doing you know trying to do after eight pm is not going to go through the trouble of disguising themselves as a homeless person That's the that's the premier said that that that they would disguise themselves as homeless people so It's i think it's a bit absurd. Also the other issue here which is that. This is coming at a time when a lot of people are not Other encampments everywhere because of not being able to stay in shelters but more and more people are kind of facing homelessness a now in the at least here in toronto in in terms of the frontline workers that i've spoken to They're meeting a lot of first timers. A lot of people who've never been homeless before some people who are in their mid to late twenties And for those kind of people especially these situations are are really destabilizing because You know you're you're trying to figure out how to get by day today And you're also now trying to avoid running into problems with the law running into problems with perhaps other folks that are outside so it.

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