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Fresh update on "ri" discussed on Morning Edition

Morning Edition

01:31 min | 8 hrs ago

Fresh update on "ri" discussed on Morning Edition

"Rachel Martin and I'm David Greene. Let's get back to the morning Editions Song Project that is the Siri's where we Ask Artists to write an original song about the covert era. Today. Our guest is Ri an in Giddens. She's a folk musician whose usual focus is on reinterpreting the music of the past, often drawing from African American tradition. I don't know where I'm going, but I'm on my way. Way, Lord. If you love me, keep me I pray, so that's what she normally does for this project. We asked for an inn to draw from her own life over the past several months. I kind of wanted to stretch my brain a little bit, And so I said, Okay, let's see if I could do this, and it was really hard. If I write about contemporary events, it's through a historical lens. So Yeah, I don't like really trying to think about myself. Brannan was speaking to us from outside Dublin, Ireland. She's American, but lives in nearby Limerick. This day, she was visiting her boyfriend and musical partner, Francesco Teresi, who she recruited for help with the song. And I think he was literally like one night after the whole day In the studio, she goes like, Yeah, Let's try the song and I'm like, really know Francesco is from Italy, and apparently, he has quite the collection of instruments. He grabbed an Italian guitar and I started messing around with this loot that he has. It's kind of similar to that of a medieval oot sort of five in between a lute and call it a lewd I just kind of played it like I play my.

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The Gluten Connection to Osteoporosis and Autoimmune Diseases

Dishing Up Nutrition

04:55 min | 2 d ago

The Gluten Connection to Osteoporosis and Autoimmune Diseases

"I'm Cassie Wenas. I've been a registered and licensed stay Titian for twenty two years and of those twenty two years I've been teaching nutrition classes and Co hosting this dishing up nutrition program for about the past fourteen to fifteen years. I am telling you this certainly not to make myself feel old. But to let you know that I have quite a bit of experience to share and I feel really fortunate to be able to be here this morning to help all of you listening better understand the connection between what you eat and how you feel. And today my co host Teresa and I will be discussing subject that I know a lot about and if we're being honest I know a lot about this topic more by destiny certainly not by choice we're going to be talking about the myriad of health problems that gluten grains cause for a lot of people as many of our listeners know I know a lot about this topic not only because of how gluten has negatively affected my health but what? Really drives, my passion on this topic stems from the fact that both of my kids have a condition called seal EAC and if you're not familiar with this autoimmune condition in a nutshell, it's when your body has a severe reaction to gluten and actually causes your body to begin attacking itself. It's kind of like the immune system goes haywire, and if you swallow even just a tiny speck of gluten, your immune system I begins attacking your own small intestine. So. Now you know a little bit about our topic for the day next, I'd like to ask a few questions just to get everybody connecting the dots as we delve further into what we call the dark side of gluten. So question number one, do you or a close family member have lupus. Do you or a close family member have rheumatoid arthritis or do you have a thyroid condition like? Disease or Hashimoto's thyroiditis. Do you have Raynaud's if you're not familiar with rain odds, I can explain from personal experience. Raynaud's is when the blood vessels in your hands and your feet. Constrict when you get cold and they constrict beyond what's Normal When the weather or the air is cold or it can happen because of stress as well, and then your fingers or your toes might turn white and you get sort of a burning pain not fun. Or is your Autoimmune Disease Scleroderma or type one diabetes. Do you or a loved one have chronic acid reflux or do you have osteoporosis if you can say, yes to any of these questions you're in for a super informative show today theresa and I WanNa help you make the connection between eating gluten grains namely the the Ri- The barley and most oats and your health problems. And as I just mentioned, my co host today is Theresa. I WanNa tell you a little bit more about her Theresa Wagner like me is a registered and licensed AIA Titian she to teaches many of our nutrition classes she of course, Co host this radio program. She's a mom of young kids and she counsels clients several days a week either by zoom or phone appointments because of Covid, nineteen were offering all of our nutritional counseling either by video or phone appointments. Yes. That's right and we are staying busy with those phone appointments and zoom appointments but as it relates to our topic today, cassie. Mentioned earlier that your kids CEAC. Disease. It made me think were you shocked at the many hidden sources of gluten when you started? Living a gluten free life all those years ago I really was shocked I had been a Dietitian for many years at that point by the time our family got diagnosed. So I knew gluten was inbred. I. Knew it was in anything made with wheat flour but I had no idea of the more hidden sources of gluten in our American food supply just to give you a couple. Of examples. Gluten is in some brands of Deli meat. It's in a lot of summer sausage and beef stick brands. It's in some ice creams for heaven's sakes and even in some medicines, not only that but when you have, CEAC, you have to be careful about personal care items to you need to be sure you're buying gluten free shampoo gluten free toothpaste, gluten-free Lotion, and gluten-free makeup. Yeah. It's so crazy to me that gluten is an ingredient in so many every day nonfood products. It reminds me of a client who had ongoing migraine headaches. We have limit. You know we had gone through elimination where we Eliminated. The dietary sources of what we thought causing the Migraines and we went through lifestyle habits that we thought could possibly be causing the migraines when we finally looked at her personal care products and switched to a shampoo without added gluten. Her migraines they disappeared.

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Fresh update on "ri" discussed on 4 Things with Amy Brown

4 Things with Amy Brown

07:50 min | 10 hrs ago

Fresh update on "ri" discussed on 4 Things with Amy Brown

"Too early on with the fact that like everything's going to change a baby's coming and and it's distress like graduates. They you know, and the advice was like don't put that on them too soon, and when the time starts to come, which is around now like you can talk about it and you know trying to talk about it in ways that are that won't trigger like scariness just even Angelique mentioned the like not saying like you're going to be a big brother and she's going to be your little sister and she's the ban. You're a big boy is like just trying to imagine. What he's not even to keep the baby to right and he might be scary to be like get out of the babies kid like babies coming you know like just even stuff like that that like, oh, that makes sense like I don't WanNa make him feel like he's not middle and small and and has these needs and has the right to need me in these waves. So like small things like that are helpful. Yes. She was the person who I told me like. She brought her second home from the hospital and that's where they met and I had never even occurred to me I mean however anyone wants to do is how they want to do it but but because we're so conditioned in movies and stuff like that to be like well, no like this sibling comes to the hospital and that's where they meet the baby and she was the. First person to ever said to me like well, he might be scared like to go to a hospital. He's never been to before like why don't you just bring the baby home and you can do it like in a win it was like, Oh, my God that's an option I just didn't even occur to yeah. Yeah and that's going to be our situation because he can't even come. So. So which is like that decision was made for us but yet just even the you know Angelique gave me such great advice. She was like what she did was spend time alone with her I you know say Mommy's back I knew and like read a book and have a little bit of time of just like Mommy. And, toddler and and then she had her partner walk in her husband walking with the baby and put the baby in in her toddler arms so that it wasn't like Oh mommy came home and she's holding the baby and now the babies in her arm. Though psychological things of like, Oh yeah. Let the introduction. Like. This is now mommy's new attachment like this is now mommy's new sidekick. So you know just small things like that and who knows I mean her daughter seems to be just really well yeah, she's great. She's doing great. So, we'll see I mean I. have all these nerves about it but I've also had so many friends say like. You know it's also really beautiful to see the kids together. It's a lot of times like toddlers excited you know and so so I've been anticipating the like stressful things but I'm also trying to stay open that like that. This will he'll love it. You know a med he'll. Love, the new baby and love love that he has a role to play I. Mean I've tried saying to him like I keep telling Angelique? Just like right Amami Booker something because. I. Every day she's been on this podcast times it's coming back up for another like for shock. You know she said await now pregnancy bread I lost my of she was giving you advice about Oh empowering them to like give them a job or something yeah or just to say like you're older. So you know more things. So you get to teach the baby the things you know you know like you know how to wash your hands. You get to teach the baby out of do that. You know how to put your toys away. You get to teach the how to do that. So just giving him like a role in in the baby in the baby's life and that sort of thing. But you know I'm sure there's GONNA be. UPS and downs I, what I love about, Ri-, Love About Waldorf and there's some intersections there is that there's just at the core of it. It just assumes like a deep respect for the child that that they're a little human being budding and growing experiencing the world with all these big feelings and emotions and that while it's easy as an adult to be like because I said. So because mommy hat because I like the, there's that that there's just that reminder to really acknowledge. That that, their feelings are like big and real and valid and and let them in on it I mean. The amount they can take the lead to like I. Think he's going to be so like. That's what I always loved about. Rice stuff was like oh like. I think they don't know like I'm just like like they know like they just sort of give them the space and you're like, oh, they already know that like you know what I mean. He's close my mind with how much he understands every absolutely Can we talk about like sharing your lat next culture with Baz and the baby? Do you have a lot of like rituals or traditions or how you do that in your household? Yes. So you know I was raised in a Spanish speaking home my parents. but I was also like very Americanized you know I was number six. So all my Sibley. So my older siblings like who who can't even imagine that can't now having one and you do like. I mean how I don't know how like what in the world but my like my older siblings may spoke only Spanish until they went to school ray so they had that foundation for by the time I came around all my oldest. Windsor. Speaking English. So so I just went straight to English I mean I understood Spanish because my mother spoke Spanish my father spoke Spanish my aunt and grandparents like everyone spoke Spanish around me. So that was a big part of it but but I was also like very, very American and English speaking from the go so you know I struggle with ways just in my own life to to to fuel. Connected to my mic cultural roots and it's really important to me that Baz and baby to like to feel that connection on I almost an like overcompensating for. The connection that you know that that I didn't get. It was really important to me that he'd be surrounded by people who speak Spanish I Spanish is okay but it's not like amazing. So our nanny speaks to him in Spanish all day. We have so many friends who are in and out of the House. Not Right now obviously who speak to him in Spanish all day like he uses a lot of Spanish words he understands Spanish. Really. Well, should the language and giving him the gift of like. The the gift of the language and hoping really hoping fingers crossed that like that just always feels like a natural thing to him in a way that it wasn't always for me like is really important to me and we blast. Latino music all the time like. I mean his favorite song many asked for twenty five times. A day is Jay Galvin's. And like it's like literally any Latin beat the comes on, he starts moving like Oh you got it. I love it. My husband plays Oh brother where art thou like the whitest take soundtrack. You are equal parts both of these things so you can be both of them but. You know yeah. It is really important to me that he feels that cultural connection but I think, I think for me e my feeling of connection had so much to do with the people I knew and loved to report that culture. So surrounding Ham with people who represent that culture for him whom he loves. Going to. Take care of its hands lady to him loving his culture and.

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Protect & Assist - An Interview with the Head of the Australian Cyber Security Centre

Cyber Security Weekly Podcast

03:41 min | Last week

Protect & Assist - An Interview with the Head of the Australian Cyber Security Centre

"As you've said, I hit the styling Sada security security center. Now am missions pretty. But it's also pretty simple. It's to Mike Strategy of the safest place to connect. Online and do business online and out at prime responsibilities really to protect old parts of the Australian economy from the beginning of business to government critical infrastructure provides small medium enterprise and individuals and. Families get on with life online, which as we know in Grad example is the way that wearing gauging today is an increasingly important very much. In Lock wise I agree with we wouldn't normally have reached out to you. So readily you've come from that mentioned a bit about your background you've been in the role to six months and you came from the National Bushfire. Recovery Center of go committee ought not to show that the Prophets Dada was, but you've come from a, is it across? into. What we obviously absurd at the same time as I saw across the. Up Tyke in Saada crime and saw active duty during covid nineteen has the right thanks I fire. I'm assuming you're Ri- You're enjoying it or you're funding it the challenge that was made to be it's I have to say the people that work here who mice distractions. made to ever speak to some of the most incredible human beings having encountered by in terms of their incredible. Personal drive towards that mission and really advancing Australia's interests but also the technical capability which is second to none. You. You mentioned I had come from the National Bushfire Recovery Agency, actually not a dissimilar function in the sense that you're trying to engage h very different sectors of of the community who've been affected by That's materialized and assist them to get back up on their fate again, actually to build resilience, it's just the context he's. Prior to that I was the head of the national. Security Division Prime Minister and Cabinet had some timing critical infrastructure. Yeah. In High McVeigh's and. Inaugural Chief Risk Officer for the Department of Homeland Phases Wales. Postings looking after Europe and sub Saharan Africa region it sounds like a WIG background but look the headline is this a love a good crisis? Could us a find that the same skill set? Of Translating. Deriving problems into their various segments responding to each one of ours always having a plan or campaign or or an operational approach assists in obviously having a a a defense background helps that way and and and of course, the May you quite rightly point out. I don't have a long technical history but. I said twenty million constituents across the economy. The vast majority of dying Ada semi bottom line is if I'd. It how customers and I think that kind of balance swelled.

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Fresh update on "ri" discussed on The MF'N Podcast

The MF'N Podcast

07:44 min | 14 hrs ago

Fresh update on "ri" discussed on The MF'N Podcast

"Is a special occasion. Jesus take the wheel. League. and Johnson a male, the other his mother fucking hat on. usery. Tito tell them with. His The bird. All most of the respect. More time for the bitches. Tito Santana third. EJ. Only because. Who? Now. Call the they may who passed optic. Dorm a faster sweet potatoes you'd rather. Than you or somebody else. Shot the everybody on the podcast tonight. Special Night Happy Birthday EJ. Now I'm saying. It's going to be a good night. That's right now check this out. We got. The Dick a bed, the special feature. down. Seventy five, we stay alive. The dig I better. So having a look again, kick into my dog demand, memphis legend motherfucking the man behind the glass. Mr Headquarters becoming. Was Anna baby a representative fucking you out. Yaser Nigga your. You probably. Actually. A really ain't. Several. Black people are. No. The. Biggest. On a black. Asked. How One. Of the previous loan. Out there. As Long. We man was walking you may made was the adult busy. A soccer everybody else when. I'm like Damn it is nice. Listen. That has the wake of the moon. His name was my he watering along? With a robot. Hey. I definitely be having a fucking Ruben. dipped. Blue Mountain. And Business? I mean I mean. May WanNA blackmore. Ignorant. Ignorant. then. As you heard tonight is EJ DJ's birthday so. People who want who looking at as worldwide right now. Follows in Germany Guan. Canada all around the world, run up all the wedding make all over the city. And Hollowed and Check this up well. No yes. Buster shot also certain cities though. We'll be actually get some nicer support from. HOUSTON. Nice. Little. We've got nice little support in Houston. We and I love supporting the Nice little support in Chicago as well. CHICAGO. CHICAGO HOUSTON IN PHILLY. Right. Right right them. Another. Legal and show right right what? Philly there's a connection. Shut out? Be Done shout out to the field up straight out of PHILLY. You know what I'm saying group economics in the making you know what I'm saying. So shout out to them shout out sick cargo. Sad town out to out there to the black podcast APP, which is coming very fucking soon. So stay in tune for that. That's coming real soon. So make sure you watch out for that Saddam brothers I got family up in the shy. As love coming all the way down here from outside of New Orleans. Bank our. Sending, your up there we got love y'all man from read. Right, loom. Ladies and gentlemen says, tonight tonight DJ's birthday. Well, WE'RE GONNA. Do I watch out and go check out all of our platforms so that way young said a special happy birthday in a special recognition easy on his big thing. So Mr Headquarters. Of the platform that can reach us by. Ri- ri- right. So We sponsored by first and foremost by being you know what I'm saying they are the official sponsor of the motherfucking podcast Michelle. You go to Parveen in check out at popping dot the MFN pot dot. com. Show. We've got a couple of points tonight. It's FELLAS nine seven Brady J. Living at Lambeau we've got the Pelicans the box saints we AB. Box Manley. Also. Hair world you've got big news come from big shoes in the podcast business. So flow start out with the big news to happen in New Orleans. Right. So the Pelicans in sports were, you know they made a surprising move going Stan van Gundy as the head coach. Stan van Gundy as the head coach of the New Orleans. PELICANS effort. At first. When they mentioned him as the head coach I was a little surprised and I was like, fuck. You know because you know how you know who we are wondering on this show. We all want your boy from. TNT. Now he's got. More Jacks Yeah you know we all want. We all wanted Mark Jackson, the head coach. Doesn't like Mark Jackson live come back to the a head coach. Again I mean there's this observation but. I also wanted to dark horse chance of maybe nate McMillan confront of pages of whatever whatever but you know. He's got fired. So but I think he's still a great coach but anyway, Stan Van Gundy is a new head coach. He's these coach you didn't coach. If you actually look at the numbers stand van was actually a very fucking good coach. I. Mean outside of the time he was in Detroit when he was doing two roles as a team presence slash head coach, which is nobody does a great will. So why would you ever do that in NBA it works maybe in a little bit NFL maybe not the fucking NBA. But. Edna Dj.

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Saudi Arabia to Host $500,000 Dota 2 League Tournament

We Say Things - an esports and Dota podcast with SUNSfan & syndereN

04:50 min | 2 weeks ago

Saudi Arabia to Host $500,000 Dota 2 League Tournament

"Next thing is also tournament related. This one came out of nowhere. I don't even know what to think so. The Saudi Federation for Electronic, an intellectual sports will be running a five hundred thousand dollar tournament I believe it was at two million ri-als which is equivalent to five hundred, thousand dollars. Between the months of October ninth and December thirty first. This is out of. So. I've obviously had some history Saudi Arabia you know having grown up there and whatnot. So I always have like this. I don't know if affinity is the right word but I root on people that are of Middle Eastern descent when they're playing because it's such a small minority, right? So like Is, basically, collect a collective of a bunch of Middle Eastern people. I don't know anybody like anybody that plays from Saudi Arabia I duNno Saudi Arabia even recognize owed to. Strange. So. So this tournament just to be clear is for Saudi. Arabian players only. Yeah. It's not for the Middle East in general and just called the Saudi Arabian leak. Like it doesn't. Article that we've read what the limitations are for entry. Does five, hundred thousand dollars professional teams of Saudi Arabia region region. Was the Saudi Arabia region as an Saudi Arabia or The middle region maybe it's a sad writing I don't know it. So it could mean a multiple think if it's Middle Eastern, they would have said Middle Eastern. But if it's Saudi Arabian, it could it could mean like some of the countries like around like you know like, Yemen or like Dubai, for example, is probably the most popular eastport area in that region. but I believe five hundred thousand dollars is split between Doda and two other games that they haven't announced yet. But either way that's a shit ton of money Fika? I think is one of them actually. But really out of nowhere. And very interesting. I'M GONNA keep my eye on this one for sure. So it says eight best professional teams of Saudi Arabia region will be competing in the first tournament of the event. So I'm guessing that's And Those eight teams of Saudi Arabia, who are they? What are the best teams in Saudi Arabia? Doda. If United Radio in players, there's not. Yeah I mean it's definitely not a top tier tournament by any means, but is it even to your three? No there's. Player quality I know. I'm trying to think about their some players that might be Saudi Arabia that actually immortal but I'm not sure if they are. I don't think so. It really doesn't sound familiar. So. You'd know better than me. But I've never heard of even one team being Saudi Arabian before so. Question is if these professional teams of Saudi Arabia are allowed to take place from the other regions? That's what I'm looking at here because I know quite a few players from the Middle East that are very high Mr. so if it wasn't Saudi only, you could see some familiar faces in this tournament like for example, offer Moosh or manage or of course. Some of the players from `Nigma if they got into this Yeah. But considering `Nigma haven't announced anything about it. We're going to they're not playing it either because they didn't choose to or because they weren't allowed to I want to say the country that's produced the most players that I've consistently heard of his Jordan would you agree with that from the middle of? The most players you've heard about yeah, which does China, but I don't know if the Middle East Oh. Yeah. For sure I Jordan is the hot spot forever, and that's not that far from Saudi. Arabia? So Yeah. So who who have you heard from Jordan? Miracle. Is One. WHO's the other guy? Might just two people honestly I yep. Sore and maybe there's words we're actually. But even three would be more than any other middle. Eastern. Region because what is G. H. is Lebanon. Lebanese and then. We is. Between Syrian Romanian I consider him Syrian but I know he doesn't because I actually didn't know I thought he was just Flat out the first time I talked with him. I knew he was Middle Eastern right away. Is based on his accent. But, yeah. But yeah, it's really cool to have players in that region and We'll see what the future holds. This is out of nowhere. So I don't know how to react honestly. No, it's been so little promoted. The fact that this article came out after the tournament began it's Kinda. Interesting I, don't know that's true. I forgot it was even October now Jesus. Yeah. The. Going in some capacity, but we just don't know the stretcher.

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Fresh update on "ri" discussed on 10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

01:01 min | 15 hrs ago

Fresh update on "ri" discussed on 10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

"Blake, Shelton's representative confirmed Shelton and Stephanie recently got engaged in Oklahoma. They both posted the same photo on social media of them kissing and Stephanie showing her engagement ring. Two mothers judges on the show the voice after both had divorced in 2015. Shelton has been married twice previously, including two singer Miranda Lambert. Stefani had previously been married to Bush front man Gavin Ross. Dale I'm Margie Szaroleta. I'm just a reunion for the cast of the Rocky Horror picture show, Tim Curry, and the rest will join other stars including Rosario Dawson, Lance Bass and Jason Alexander. Halloween night Live stream to benefit the Wisconsin Democratic Party. A new trailer is giving another look at the upcoming new Saved by the Bell Ri Been attendance will be governor of California. Mac's dad, You look amazing your hair's fire. My dad's also coming. I don't care about your dad.

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North Korea holds military parade with missiles

TEAM LALLY REAL ESTATE

00:33 sec | 2 weeks ago

North Korea holds military parade with missiles

"White House officials are wondering if North Korea has developed a new missile, disappointing the response from a senior U. S official after seeing North Korea's display of a previously unseen intercontinental ballistic missile during a Saturday predawn parade marking the 75th anniversary of North Ri's ruling party that missile scene on a transporter vehicle with 11 Axl's. If operational, it would be one of the largest road mobile intercontinental ballistic missiles in the world. The US calling on North Korea to engage in further talks to quote achieve complete denuclearization.

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Raimondo: RI will stay in Phase 3 until vaccine

Ron St. Pierre

01:58 min | 2 weeks ago

Raimondo: RI will stay in Phase 3 until vaccine

"Governor Mondo saying Rhode Island will stay in phase three until the vaccine arrives. Mohr from 12 News is Kim Colonia was June 29th. When the governor made the announcement today. Everyone wants to know course the news is. Are you going to move us to phase three? The answer's yes. Rhode Island has stayed in phase three ever since and during her weekly interview on 12 news. Now it formed, the governor says that's not going to change anytime soon. As much as I would love to relax these regulations. I just I'm confident. That's not the right thing to do. We have to stay where we are in Phase three. And just hold on for a few more months until we have the vaccine. But despite an uptick in daily cases and hospitalizations, reaching their highest level since June, the governor says We're not going to move backwards either. So we're not there yet, in fact, not close to being there, but I will say this cam. It's not the trend we want to say, and I would ask what Islanders to try to be a little bit more careful. I was with Dr Burkes. This afternoon, she visited Rhode Island. We were together at Ur Ur I I and and what what we're we're seeing seeing here here were were saying saying she's she's seeing seeing all all over over the the country, country, which which is is it's it's it's it's small small family family gatherings. gatherings. Small Small group gatherings. Maybe coffee after church. Maybe having a few friends over for dinner. We get relaxed. We don't wear wear masks. That's what we're seeing here is what we think is driving this increase, she says. The good news is the state's test. Positive rate is still under 2% and Rhode Island is testing a lot. Add to that testing regiment. The governor herself who's previously on Ly been tested twice once after her massless appearance at this June rally Now following President Trump's diagnosis that's going to change director of the Department of Health has suggested that I probably should get into a regular cadence. And so we are going to be doing that she was she'll advise me is too how regular that Caden should be.

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A Conversation With Big Freedia

Unladylike

04:05 min | 3 weeks ago

A Conversation With Big Freedia

"Ri Babies, alright alright calm down. We talked to free and her five dogs from her home in New Orleans chef. So that's the five babies honey read offense. -Ation Yan. Say Royal and Farrell four girls and one boy and there are a hot mess right now 'cause they in heat. It is some stuff going on in here I'M READY TO WHIP ALL MED. Dig To grew up in public housing in the city's third ward and was super close with her family and neighbors as a kid free to pitched in with her mom's hairdressing business helped her aunt Organiz second line parades and saying in her Church's Gospel Choir every Sunday when she was in middle school in the early nineties, a new genre called bounce was starting to pop off in her neighborhood. It sounded like hip hop mixed with New Orleans brass band beats, and Mardi Gras parade chance. was planted like at the you know in our community and it was planted at the block parts at like the middle school dances and baby you hear that beat come on, you'll hit booming. You'll hear that trigger male. Brown. Cheeky Black Party was MAPA give because everybody getting hype an people starting to go crazy all the girls thought in the running these thought notorious though I'm getting excited like I'm saying it right now my leg was shaking my hands are moving because I'm featuring bill. You know I'm I have my hands on a flow in my feet on the wall and I'm upside down like shaking and. When you heard it is just with like infectious everybody just started to spray and we were just. In on rhythm in an hour own motion. Caroline, my legs were shaking right now to and. Not. Even they're not even those. Same So when Frieda was around twenty in the late nineties, her longtime friend Katie read emerged as the first trans bounce rapper and basically became the godmother of the genre and watching Katie. Read on stage really changed fritos life. Lock them. Why? Pay Him. Why We were friends before she started doing the music. And to see her. First doing the music our so. Happy and so excited because it's like damn my friend doing this. You know what I'm saying and she the first Gaiger in new. Orleans, like this is big. This is a part of history. This is you know this is a tone Saturday it was the thought of something new and fresh for her and us as friends and Orleans and. It was like an incredible moment like I'm just glad to be a part of that moment. fritos started helping Katie out dancing backup for her and helping her in the studio. Eventually she started performing herself using a nickname of friend had given her big. Frida. I was just like I gotTa have a face name that these girls is not gonNA forget I want to do something different. You know that everybody was doing. You know we had already we had Katie Ray we have Vaccari do I say, well, what's GonNa make me stay out different from them. So I when I do my stage introduction I was say this the one and only big the queen diva the either your best up on leave and the crowd would just go crazy and if you owe. Her name. Lucy. She created diva the. Believe. The late Nike.

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3 win the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 2020 for discovering Hepatitis C virus

60-Second Science

02:58 min | 3 weeks ago

3 win the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 2020 for discovering Hepatitis C virus

"Guess we're we're sort of in the middle of the major biology education Charles Rice of the Rockefeller University in New York City I. think that you know the field has definitely changed since days when was a graduate student and I think one of the things that is is very reassuring. Now is really global response to this is pandemic. Of Academic and clinical. In Pharma Communities, the rate of progress earlier today October Fifth Twenty Twenty Rice was informed that he had won the Nobel Prize in physiology or medicine for the discovery of the virus that Causes Hepatitis C.. The identification of the virus has led to tests and treatments for the Condition Ri- shared the prize with Harvey Alter of the National Institutes of Health and Michael. Houghton of the University of Alberta, it took US months and months of of toil to sequences single viral genome. Now, people can do that in a matter of hours and the rate at which people have been able to sort of make progress on understanding SARS Gobi to and And covid nineteen is spectacular. Rice spoke this morning on a web press conference from Rockefeller. University. So I think it's it's taught us a lot of things about science in general. There's really a a pressing problem we sort of you know mobilize people all around the world sort of work on these problems. Really you know great progress can be made. You know people would love to have a cure a week or so vaccine and a week I mean that's not feasible but the speed with which good they're. -PEUTIC and and vaccines will be developed for SARS Kobe to prevent covid nineteen is Going to be a spectacular and it's it has a way of I think in a really sort of changing the way science is done to really make it in a sort of more of a community after rather than something that many years ago might have been pursued by a few labs in isolation. So I think the sort of young biologist today just South this amazing collection of tools and capabilities to understand what's going on in virus biology in and the host response at a level that was just never before possible. I'm very. Optimistic on this sort of future of this and I do hope maybe the success with Hepatitis C. and I would predict these eventual success and getting a handle on the current coronavirus pandemic. We face will sort of encouraged us to not only recruit more virologists but also just sort of encouraged people to study these little troublemakers because you never know when they're gonNA pop out and cause trouble. So It's worth a with a small investor.

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Severless: Improving How We Serve up Websites and Applications With Jerome Hardaway

Front End Happy Hour

05:09 min | 3 weeks ago

Severless: Improving How We Serve up Websites and Applications With Jerome Hardaway

"Is serving a consultant? Please describe what is server list? It's been someone at work start speaking Greek they're like does. Oh Man service is a practice of. Instead of having thank goodness isn't a word. Instead of having like a like hard server that you're putting all your data off you're having something in the cloud another someone else's server. Is the practice of using servers that in API's in cloud signal. Sears yeah. So using API's in cloud technologies to serve data to the wet Ri-, handle all your date in cloud of the NBA API says two times. Really years. I had a long day at work. So this is great like how is that different than I make a website I put those files in the cloud like how would it be different than that? Like the the traditional way we sort of think about deploying a website to the cloud or putting it somewhere mean actually into. What you're saying to the cloud. By is either how people have actually been four score in seven years ago even touched up teepee, right? Like crazy old school so You think of FTP and putting your files way someplace in like a our. Core like situation. Oh. Here is my files and I'm dragging and dropping I'm waiting Dow Upload and then I'll hopefully though cash it takes twenty thirty minutes, right? Well, we'll. You're thinking of services and things that you have. I'll go off the most simple format right on one of my favorites allow the first thing. I. Introduced students to his search right surge dot S. H. so they build their bill their website. And they go on. into the CLI and a US surge of which is. A service that takes their tools, turns it all into a cdn then shoots it the Internet with his own domain name that you can either mass or you can make on the fly. They come up light really craze domain names like everybody else. So that is like the biggest lie it's easier it's faster. It's leaner right I think that's the biggest and it's empowering right I think that's the biggest w for specials coming in fronting game from a modern perspective is just So, much leaner for the new for the newer devs to come in and they're like, Hey, I get actually spend eight bucks on a domain name and use notify and surge and content full, and that's that's it at my blog up and running in like a week right and he's all like services tools that help you know Hitler cms in exact nature they in power the front end kind of makes me excited about them I think your your definitions solid on. So I. I think to make it a little more clear cassava like. Man I'm new the game I have no idea what you're talking about like all that stuff like making it even simpler. It's the idea of like you write a function right function takes input producing output. Right, basic functional programming. So imagine taking that function and being able to upload it somewhere. So that response to Internet requests. So it's not just your machine it's anybody. And that's the basic idea beyond Yeah. You can do that. You just taken input given output except you don't have to worry about any of the in between state it just works and then you can update it quickly over time. So it's pretty powerful stuff what I find fascinating Andrew you're you're touching on it is like Fifteen years ago. To make a web page, you needed to be a front end engineer like you need to engineer needed have skills you need no html css a little bit of javascript that hasn't changed. We have like shop fi and squarespace anybody make website. Now it doesn't take any skills. Okay. So tenure five years ago you wanted to play server to actually do custom stuff beyond like a wordpress site you need to be a friend engineer. You need to know that sort of thing you know how to deploy server all these things. Now at twenty, twenty you any of that. So you can build entire webpage silent how you want all that deploy deploy multiple regions have ends up all that stuff and never know any of the other stuff you'll leave your front engineer as much anymore. I think it's like the tail. Of of several lists. And we'll talk about surrealists why the name but but the tail that is just how it keeps evolving and like if you don't keep your skills fresh, you will give up behind because you're like Oh. Yeah. That's one of those who call themselves a webmaster. Like remember that I remember. That's a good point

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8th-Generation iPad: First Impressions

The 3:59

06:13 min | Last month

8th-Generation iPad: First Impressions

"The eighth generation IPAD may not be the sexiest new tablet on the block with the starring price of three, hundred, twenty, nine dollars. It might be the one you're most likely to buy. So Is it worth? I'm Roger Chang and this is your daily charge with me is our IPAD expert Scott Stein welcome Scott. So Scott we had you on right after that September apple than to show your impressions of all the announcements and the eighth Jan. ipad was not the most exciting product mentioned. You know we spent a little time talking about it but. You spent a few weeks with it. Has, your. Opinion Changed, are you what are you feeling about it now I think it's fine. I think it is not surprising IPAD. This is an IPAD that reminds me of last year's ipads because it practically is last year's ipads the the IPAD air twenty nineteen and the IPAD mini in two thousand nineteen had the same chip the IPAD air in this at the same Ram. It's basically that for less. There are some trade offs here that are tiny, but the IPAD air was more expensive. Now, that's now that's an all on the apple store. The IPAD mini is, but it's a tiny bump up in price. So you know three, hundred, twenty, nine dollars. This gets in at a much more affordable proposition, the the IPAD air that's coming. which is who knows when it probably in a couple of weeks is more expensive at starts at six hundred dollars. So it looks nicer. It looks like a less expensive pro. But I think when you're talking about almost doubling the price that. That really gets into a different territory for people. Yeah. Definitely. Anthony Twenty nine starting at three, twenty nine. It's obviously the most affordable option for someone looking for an IPAD. Ultimately for you who should be looking at this IPAD is primary option I. think if you just think of an I had something to have lying around check my email to look at shows to have one for your kid. This is that one if you don't care about step up bells and whistles, you don't want like a fancier toy. Not to call ipads toys I think they're very useful but I think that there is a point at which if you try to push an IPAD to become your everyday computer, you're going to have what you call pain points. You know you're going to have these difficulties that increase as you try to throw it out more. And I go to my laptop all the time because I need to. So that's the thing about the pro. He's got a lot of upsides that could be interesting, but you really have to map out whether that makes sense for you and if you WANNA think of it as like a fun thing for you but IPAD is totally perfect doing all that other stuff that being said. You know you got to bump up from the thirty two gigs of storage I think. That is too low an amount. For for what you'd be paying for this if you want it to last. Year's, and then you're talking about four twenty, nine Ri-, which slightly changes the equation a bit. He does you talked about our kids using this and a lot of kids obviously doing remote learning right now I've got a friend of mine who know he told me when he offered his kid a Mac, a choice between a Mac and ipad actually chose the IPAD. But isn't that really geared for remote learning for Education I think the older you get it's it's very nonsuited for it. You know we have a seven year old and eleven year old seven year old uses an ipad that we have around that. We use for remote learning it suitable. I think it's great. For eleven year old uses a chromebook and I think that's what you absolutely need for the types of. Work assignments you're doing your editing stuff, etc. Now ipads work with track pads, and so there's like on the entry level ipad they don't. It doesn't have this gets to accessories. Apple has beautiful but very expensive magic keyboard. That's like three hundred dollars. There are different accessories for this entry ipad. There's a Logitech Combo touch, which is still expensive one, hundred, fifty, dollar track pad keyboard I've been using with it. It's kind of like a surface with a kick stand. Type layout, but it's good for turning into a kind of a laptop but the point is that you can edit use a track pad. You'd be surprised at it can do more than you think, but some web apps some tools a google drive works well with it now but like some things don't. And you just don't know whether you get to that point where a problem especially with file storage file maintenance and chromebooks are weird too. But they're much more like web tool type based. Think the IPAD gets a little bit hotter with that. It, and then the I mean the big difference here as you said, it's identical lashes model. The big difference is the H. Wealth processor. How people differences that make you know I'm so used to seeing like. Standard. New I IPAD iphones. It doesn't feel particularly special, but I think it's necessary to get up to speed with. We're is going and we're going the processor was a couple of years old. It was feeling a little sluggish. They twelve is not like super zippy in comparison it's it's basically fine. It gets to the like very good fine point. So you know I could use an IPAD totally, but I think it's getting to the point where you might not be able to use it. So on the future and it gets to the point, I don't think you need to upgrade to this win -sarily. If you have an IPAD lying around, that's working fine you can probably keep using it. This is like you know between this last year's IPAD entry of like last year they did the. Works at Pencil works with the smart keyboard made the screen a bit bigger. It adds up to like one set of upgrades. But this thing still uses lightning. It still has a home button, the Basil's or kind of big. So for Split Screen APPs, it's not ideal. That's a the cameras a little less good than last year's IPAD air but that's not the problem. It's on the side ipad cameras on the side that kind of sucks because. You. Know if you're doing zooms and things like that your faces off center and I have not really sell for that and they should but I don't know how long it's GonNa take for an ipad to have a side. Mounted. Camera. To address this. So just F Y that's another thing now that we're doing everything over zooms in remote,

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8th-generation iPad review

The 3:59

05:07 min | Last month

8th-generation iPad review

"With me is our IPAD expert Scott Stein welcome Scott. So Scott we had you on right after that September apple than to show your impressions of all the announcements and the eighth Jan. ipad was not the most exciting product mentioned. You know we spent a little time talking about it but. You spent a few weeks with it. Has, your. Opinion Changed, are you what are you feeling about it now I think it's fine. I think it is not surprising IPAD. This is an IPAD that reminds me of last year's ipads because it practically is last year's ipads the the IPAD air twenty nineteen and the IPAD mini in two thousand nineteen had the same chip the IPAD air in this at the same Ram. It's basically that for less. There are some trade offs here that are tiny, but the IPAD air was more expensive. Now, that's now that's an all on the apple store. The IPAD mini is, but it's a tiny bump up in price. So you know three, hundred, twenty, nine dollars. This gets in at a much more affordable proposition, the the IPAD air that's coming. which is who knows when it probably in a couple of weeks is more expensive at starts at six hundred dollars. So it looks nicer. It looks like a less expensive pro. But I think when you're talking about almost doubling the price that. That really gets into a different territory for people. Yeah. Definitely. Anthony Twenty nine starting at three, twenty nine. It's obviously the most affordable option for someone looking for an IPAD. Ultimately for you who should be looking at this IPAD is primary option I. think if you just think of an I had something to have lying around check my email to look at shows to have one for your kid. This is that one if you don't care about step up bells and whistles, you don't want like a fancier toy. Not to call ipads toys I think they're very useful but I think that there is a point at which if you try to push an IPAD to become your everyday computer, you're going to have what you call pain points. You know you're going to have these difficulties that increase as you try to throw it out more. And I go to my laptop all the time because I need to. So that's the thing about the pro. He's got a lot of upsides that could be interesting, but you really have to map out whether that makes sense for you and if you WANNA think of it as like a fun thing for you but IPAD is totally perfect doing all that other stuff that being said. You know you got to bump up from the thirty two gigs of storage I think. That is too low an amount. For for what you'd be paying for this if you want it to last. Year's, and then you're talking about four twenty, nine Ri-, which slightly changes the equation a bit. He does you talked about our kids using this and a lot of kids obviously doing remote learning right now I've got a friend of mine who know he told me when he offered his kid a Mac, a choice between a Mac and ipad actually chose the IPAD. But isn't that really geared for remote learning for Education I think the older you get it's it's very nonsuited for it. You know we have a seven year old and eleven year old seven year old uses an ipad that we have around that. We use for remote learning it suitable. I think it's great. For eleven year old uses a chromebook and I think that's what you absolutely need for the types of. Work assignments you're doing your editing stuff, etc. Now ipads work with track pads, and so there's like on the entry level ipad they don't. It doesn't have this gets to accessories. Apple has beautiful but very expensive magic keyboard. That's like three hundred dollars. There are different accessories for this entry ipad. There's a Logitech Combo touch, which is still expensive one, hundred, fifty, dollar track pad keyboard I've been using with it. It's kind of like a surface with a kick stand. Type layout, but it's good for turning into a kind of a laptop but the point is that you can edit use a track pad. You'd be surprised at it can do more than you think, but some web apps some tools a google drive works well with it now but like some And you just don't know whether you get to that point where a problem especially with file storage file maintenance and chromebooks are weird too. But they're much more like web tool type based. Think the IPAD gets a little bit hotter with that. It, and then the I mean the big difference here as you said, it's identical lashes model. The big difference is the H. Wealth processor. How people differences that make you know I'm so used to seeing like. Standard. New I IPAD iphones. It doesn't feel particularly special, but I think it's necessary to get up to speed with. We're is going and we're going the processor was a couple of years old. It was feeling a little sluggish. They twelve is not like super zippy in comparison it's it's basically fine. It gets to the like very good fine point. So you know I could use an IPAD totally, but I think it's getting to the point where you might not be able to use it. So on the future and it gets to the point, I don't think you need to upgrade to this win -sarily. If you have an IPAD lying around, that's working fine you can probably keep using it.

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Google plans to crackdown on Android in-app purchases in 2021

All About Android

05:08 min | Last month

Google plans to crackdown on Android in-app purchases in 2021

"In some startling news, right? I did I did a double take when I saw this Google confirmed that that it plans to make some changes to the Google play store in twenty twenty one and there's GonNa. Be Some big changes folks I. Hope you're all sitting down I by September twenty, twenty one, all APPs on the play store will be required to use Google. Billing. System. Google says that ninety seven percent of APPS that sell digital goods already do this google gets a thirty percent cut through the system as they have up to up until now services like Netflix and spotify bypass this by asking for a credit card payment directly, they would be required to transition over wants this switch happens. And given everything that's happened with epic. Games. And fortnight an apple and all this stuff. This is this is a a direction I did not expect to go in. But. Then there's another piece of this Google said, the android twelve will make things easier for third party APP stores as devising revised system that allows for the install of third party APP stores without compromising the security the system. So on one hand they're gonNA make everyone used they're gonNa make all one hundred percent of APPs, use the payment system so they can get their thirty percent cut but on the other hand they're gonNA say we're GonNa make it easier for third party APP store cannot use our system. So this kind of seems like. One Hand Washing the One Hand one thing the other hand doing the other thing I don't know what do you guys think of this? This was this was this a surprise you or what do you think? A little bit. Yeah. I mean I I, think from a consumer standpoint, I I liked this move because. It just means that there's only one place have to put my credit card info. If something goes wrong like my info gets stolen somehow you know there's there's only one person to blame or one one company to blame and it just makes the whole checkout process a little easier. But of course, from a developer standpoint, like you said with everything going on with epoch lately it. It sort of raises questions as to I guess whether this is okay whether this ethical on Google's part but I mean I I, I think opening things up to other APP stores will I guess help a little bit in that regard? Is. This is this opening the door forget jar make a resurgence. Man is get your still around I'm curious jar. JAR STILL AROUND DOT COM YEP mobile phone. APP. Store founded in two thousand four. So before you know before android. Yeah I suppose. So I'm curious Google isn't Giving any specific information as far as how android twelve is going to allow for this easier. But both of these announcements really feel whether group I would say it or not feel kind of tailor made to the moment at which they're being sued by epic games for you know under the under these accusations that they're incredibly unfair to third party stores and that they required too much payment too much of a paid a a piece of the payment that's happening. Ri I understand what you're saying ron as far as feeling almost like they're doing two things that might seem to go counter to each other at the same time like the majority of of Android apps at least you know in places like the US are going to be going through the play store and. You know the. Money changing hands inside the APP through Google Services has benefit and so what I mean is it worth thirty percent cut I don't know. But that seems to be kind of the standard between what apple's doing what Google is doing whether that that means it's right I guess that's another question. I'm sure there are a lot of developers would say that's that's simply too much but also on the flip side of that, this is android and it is. Put it in air quotes open it's open earlier than other platforms, and so it makes sense that Google would still want to say, Hey, it's still okay for you to have third party APP stores that do things differently from from what we do but if you're going through hours which the majority of people are going to then you gotta pay us for it. It's also it's also interesting that ninety seven percent of the APPS are using it, which makes sense. But like in that three percent, you've got netflix's and spotify who are probably like I I'm I'm less I'm less interested in the percentage of APPs that are using Google payment system versus the percentage of revenue that is not using Google system, right so if if you imagine everybody who a and you know, it's probably you know safe to say that. Lots and lots of people have netflix's accounts who else is GONNA sign up for it and twenty, twenty one. But you know people are always coming on board the platforms and things like that. If you take the the amount of sign ups on Android, that Netflix's get that they're currently paying in and then now pay. That's a pretty decent revenue stream for for Google and it might be one that companies like Netflix end spotify don't want to lose. So I wonder if they're opening the door to another conflict similar to what happ what's happened with epic.

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Lori Gottlieb, psychotherapist and author: "The uncomfortable is a great place to be."

Skimm'd from The Couch

05:05 min | 2 months ago

Lori Gottlieb, psychotherapist and author: "The uncomfortable is a great place to be."

"Hey everyone the show might sound a bit different today because we're skimming from three different couches. The scam is still working from home for the time being because of covid nineteen today Lori gottlieb joins us on skin from the couch. She is a psychotherapist and an author. She writes the Dr Therapist Column in the Atlantic and She's also the author of the bestselling novel maybe you should talk to someone which I read I loved and then recommended to every member of my family Lori. Thank you for joining US welcome to skin from the couch. Thanks so much for having me Lori we're very excited I. Feel like we're about to have therapy. We're going start though putting you on the on the hot feet, which just can you skim your resume for us? Yeah. Sure. After graduating from college I worked in the entertainment business. I. I worked on the film side and then I moved over to NBC, and you're I there to. You May for premiering when was called Er and the other was called breads heard of them. When I was working on Er, we had a consultant who is an emergency room physician at and he would do research with us and help us to choreograph the scenes and make sure that everything's accurate and I spent a lot of time in the ER, and he said to me I, think you like it better here than you like your day job because I was spending a lot of time in the ER and and I was like I'm lacking to go to medical school. Like I like in my late twenties late that I went to medical school. So went to Stanford I went to medical school when I got there, it was the middle of the DOT com the first sort of DOT com bill before i. And a lot of people were saying you know managed care it was coming into the healthcare system and would be able to do the kinds of work that I wanted to do with my patients. I worked at a DOT COM for a little bit in the summer between first year second year of medical school and ultimately assert writing and I left to become a journalist and. I felt like as a journalist I could really help to tell people stories the way that I wanted to, and it was about ten years later after being a journalist for wile still a journalist but I had a baby and I was desperate for adult interaction and ups guy would come ons I would lose him in conversation at he hated that nearly describing me in corn to. Like that and so he would always try to avoid the at eventually start telling to my door putting the APP just down very gently. So I would not open the door, engage him in conversation, and so I called Dean at Stanford and I said, maybe I should come back Andrew Psychiatry and she said, you know you always wanted these deeper interactions with people welcome to come back. But if you do psychiatry probably doing a lot of medication management, it's not what you WANNA do. Why don't you get a graduate degree in clinical psychology and do the work want to do it was really this is a moment it sounds obvious. In, retrospect which I think a lot of career things do where you know something that is right in front of you you had thought of, and so I did that and I, have this hybrid career where I'm a psychotherapist I have clinical practice here Los Angeles I'm still a writer I write books I writes the weekly called the Atlantic Avenue podcast coming out therapy. So I see like what I do is I look at story of the human condition and I just express it different means what something that is not on your Lincoln profiler bio that people would be surprised to know about you maybe that I was competitive chess player. You have another fallback career. I. Wasn't good never for career but I was really serious about it and I think I use that a lot in my career. So I think with chests there's a lot of strategy. There's a lot of anticipating the consequences of your moves and you can't plan everything out but I think that people look at my career they think I made these very impulsive decisions like you're working in Hollywood and boom you're going to go to medical school you're working on e. r. and then boom you want to. Tell stories in different ways to you're GonNa go Ri- and then you're GonNa go the therapist and you go from telling people stories, changing people's stories, right? All of that is true but I think I very much ought ahead about why was I doing reflecting on why was doing so many people said to me you are crazy. You don't leave medical school when you get into Stanford Medical School right? You don't leave Hollywood when you're at NBC and you have this job you're successful journalists would you mean you're going to go back and do therapy and why would you leave? And so I think it's really about I. Think in chests you have to kind of really be reflected about what you're doing. When I think about being reflective as an adult I think that means being reflective and going inside to that place of knowing and not listening to all the noise out there that the reflection is an inside job and not an outside job.

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Boston Area - RI Police Seeking Two Men In Connection With Cruiser Arson, Vandalism

WBZ Afternoon News

00:31 sec | 2 months ago

Boston Area - RI Police Seeking Two Men In Connection With Cruiser Arson, Vandalism

"The FBI in Rhode Island State police are working to identify two men suspected in connection with the vandalism and arson of a Providence Police Department cruiser. The FBI is offering a $10,000 reward for information leading to the identification and arrests of those responsible. They put out a poster and video of two men seen in the early morning hours of June 2nd near Providence Place Mall. The cruiser was torched that night after an anti police violence protest. Police arrested 65 people that Night.

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Between Renting and Buying, Unagi Offers Personal Scooters With a Subscription

Talking Tech

07:24 min | 3 months ago

Between Renting and Buying, Unagi Offers Personal Scooters With a Subscription

"These scooters. There are many of them out there. But how many of them can you subscribe to? David Hyman has a company called. And he is offering read full not reynolds but subscription. To instead of paying a thousand dollars for a new scooter David wants to tell you all about subscription. Hi David. How's it going tests you same here or tell everybody what you got. Sure. So We started Nadi about two and a half years ago. Because we felt that there was a market in this game from my own personal experience of people want to own scooters have one in their possession. It's up, rent them on the street and I got frustrated with ridesharing scooters both. From kind of a at Adnan experience, where wrote a lime scooter to a whole foods and I came out with my groceries and? was. Gone because somebody took it wrote away back and I had just bought inexpensive pint of ice cream and I ended up walking home with melted ice cream. And I thought why don't I just own one of these things like Not, not to mention the urban blight, right that the separate conversation I know you're down in. Southern California people can't hit three steps in tripping over one, right so. I just like the ownership model all. and. So we launched to ninety two years ago. Our hunch was correct. We we were selling hundreds a month, and since covid has hit, we are now showing thousands of. With folks s by coming on board to carry our scooter and new Europe Europe photographer being H Photo Outta Rama. Now Sell our scooter. Are Scooters it's the best electric. Scooter. Poured. Electric Scooter you can own this. Don't just take my word for it There's over a hundred reviews online that states the best electric scooter you could have, but it's a thousand dollars and not everyone can afford that. So we've been asking yourself, how have we reach abroad her audience? And so What is this? When is this going? Live this life when you want it to go live? So. So Logging all access is our new subscription service. It is thirty nine dollars a month. No commitment. There's a one time fifty dollars setup fee. And that's it. We bring it to Your Place Felice ambled. It's dropped off by an inaugural represented if You don't have to assemble it. Don't have to deal with the box and whenever you're done with it, we come and pick it up. But. We think that. Indian. That's New York because of the tour. Angeles in New York, city is where we're launching. Correct. If anything ever goes wrong with the scooter we at your door and under twenty four and we just hot swap another one. So you know skewed downtime. And Insurance is included. So, if anything goes wrong with the scooter, if it's stolen or any form of damage. There's an eighty, five dollar deductible. Now you said you started the company based on melted ice cream. So what happens when you ride your scooter to whole foods and walkout in walk into the store to get the Ice Cream? What do you do with your scooter that you are now subscribing to? So you can either lock it like a bicycle regular you locked works. Scooter so light I throw it in my shopping cart. That's what I did. I mean, it is. It's twenty six pounds. It's the kind of thing that you can bring it any cafe or restaurant. You know we we sell thousands a month, the normal use case with our scooters that. You take it. Everywhere you go and we really designed for portability. Normal. Users under not. Ride to. Our or a subway can take it on the subway and then pop out and take it with them. It takes up no footprint on the subway. It's got one plate folding mechanism only weighs twenty six pounds and it's you know how to arrange and it's electric. So it moves along. Nineteen miles an hour. I mean, you know it's gone incredible amount of torque because it's dual motor see can go fairly steep hills with it. And where do you make them? We make them in Shenzhen. Okay. Everything else okay. Correct. But we are in American company eight I'm proud to say, I, think out of every electric scooter company than. Scooters were the only American based electric, Scooter Company. And our customer services you incredible. So we treated like Patagonia were the only electric company that has a phone number. You can call people pick up the phone and talk to you. Now is the reason that sales went up the delete because of the maybe a lot of people don't want to take the bus and be around people and things like that. Yeah, I mean there's been this kind of seismic shift towards quota. Personal transportation people not wanting to get on public transportation, not get on ride shares, not getting share googlers, shared lifts, and so there's a real need right now you know there's especially you know New York skiers are becoming legal on Sunday. There there's you know we went volt markets to start because we couldn't choose between the two. La Is. The scooter epicenter of the planet. But L. New York's got a real need right now. So we decided to launch in. Baltimore. So. Anybody listening. We're now in the middle, the MO, the middle of summer. So when do you expect to start hitting Chicago in Boston and San Francisco and some of the other major markets? I. I'm not going to throw any any M. Any dates but those cities are are the first ones on our list. Okay. But certainly, they wanted to spend a thousand dollars you could buy you could buy one Tamar. Absolutely and you can't finance it on our website is well. But put thirty nine dollars a month into perspective. That's that's a dollar forty a day. New York subway ride today's three dollars and fifty cents for one Ri-. A rideshare scooter from lime were bird is about five bucks. So. Five dollars a ride. For. Daily commuter there's been two hundred dollars a month for grossly inferior product that half the time the batteries are dead or they're broken when you go to them not to mention the issues but share right now so. And it's yours and it's your germs and not somebody else's your germs and keep the streets clean et keeps your neighborhood looking good and it's no different for your city than owning a bicycle and you get a little bit of

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Fashioning the Enslaved Servant, an interview with Dr. Jonathan Michael Square

Dressed: The History of Fashion

05:59 min | 3 months ago

Fashioning the Enslaved Servant, an interview with Dr. Jonathan Michael Square

"Thank you so much for joining us today Dr Square. Welcome to dress. You so much for having me. I'm excited about the conversation. Yeah. Me Tell and what that conversation is. Really kind of going to center on today is part just part of your research for a book that you're working on currently. But. Before we get to that I'd like to ask you first how you came to the feel of fashion studies because this is something that I've started recently asking all of our guests. We actually get a lot of questions from people about like how do you become a fashion historian or fashion scholar and I, think it's really really interesting and compelling to hear about all of the various different passes study that kind of leave some of us to what we do. We'll April I was actually born fashion. I love that. But in all seriousness, nurtured a lifelong interest in creative expression. My parents went to art school in I grew up around their art. So anyone who's known me for a long time will tell you that art and fashion. They've always been passions of nine. There was a moment where I like dabbled with being a fashion blogger. Do remember fashion bloggers. Before influencers pre influencers. Exactly like if you Scroll Deacon. Some. Items, you'll see me trying to be a fashion blogger. I cringe. At, those posts. But I won't delete them because I have like this historians archiving in post like just like jump into your head from that moment. But in any case, didn't really start to identify as a fashion scholar into like the tail end of my doctoral studies and did a PhD in history it in my you. Know what I was doing. Created a digital humanities projects. Fascinating freedom. Admitted to be like online resources, people who are interested in the relationship between fashion, the fashion industry in. Slavery. In also being from the Vienna of always been interested in the history of slavery in my own history is an ascendant of enslaved peoples. So this my current research, digital humanities, projects, sort of Mary's those two interests. So but I would say dead, you know it's through that project. I became less a fashion consumer, a lover fashion in that became a real fashion scholar off the tonight fashioned myself. Myself into a fashion scholar, and we will definitely at the end when I ask you how people can find. You can tell people and direct people to that resource, which is still online. You know you're talking about being a historian and an you have remarked me in the past that our research is incredibly important to you, and that you I'm quoting you both fetish is and theorize the archive. In what way does that inform your research particularly, the research that you're doing right now yet, that's a great question. I mean. I think fashion designers, I don't think I know fashion designers use textiles in is story I used ticks in in a Lotta ways. I. Think it's the same intellectual work. In different mediums, my research based in part on abject analysis. So this chapter that we're going to describe amusing to as coastal worn by enslaved valets as appointed departure, but really the grist of the research lies in analysis of archival documentation. In historians, we're taught to think critically about the archive as an epistemological space. Was not just a repository of dusty. Oh documents. It's a place where knowledge is created. It's also a place where some narratives or privilege in other narratives are excluded are sidelined. In, all comes down to power. You know the word archive comes from over in ancient, Greek, which I will not bother butcher. On Your podcast. But the word means to be I, are to rule. So a lot of words that convey power in control whether it's Monarch are hierarchy or anarchy sort of the Ri- from the same word. So archives are about power. In the archive in those who control, they'd have the power to save bonaire to. Are To control. The way history is told whether it's historical figure our nation. In my particular case, it's a for profit company. In Brooks brothers particular. Its archive is run by a DC based marketing firm in corporate archive known as the history factory. It was founded in nineteen, seventy, nine in the history factory helps construct corporate identities and build brand narratives, and so you can think about the survival of Brooks, brothers. Archive is being indebted. To this firm. Founders of the history factory actually restyle to brooks brothers in the late Seventies. Early Eighties when the company was on the brink of bankruptcy, you know people weren't really buying suits anymore and they really had to restructure. In. 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"ri" Discussed on Arms Control Wonk

Arms Control Wonk

04:26 min | 3 months ago

"ri" Discussed on Arms Control Wonk

"When I look at this facility to me, it does not look like It does not look like an educational institution. Broader, point which does does matter a lot to me is. The kind of evidence that you're looking for I. Think depends on the policy that someone is pushing. You know if somebody said we need to attack North Korea right now. Because this facilities making nuclear warheads, I would be like Whoa Whoa Whoa. WHOA, how do you exactly no, I can see it in. Yeah, look suspicious can me, but like you know you don't really know unless you're there and you know they would say well, you know. The US Government Yosano specs think it is I would say end. That's a very plausible thing to think. You know slow down. But by contrast if you're imagining designing a denuclearization effort. Then like yeah, the evidence is like plenty good enough to put the ants on a liberal yeah. And so i. do think that sometimes like. The reaction that we get online. Is Driven by people who are like imagining suggesting that the US attack a nuclear arm north, Korea. And if your point is like well, you know you're not one hundred percent certain I would say yeah. We're not hundred percent certain, but. You know I, do think. I do think it is interesting that you know somebody. In the US intelligence community thinks there's such a facility at wallow read and I can't find a better candidate so. This is a good one is You know it's been kind of quiet on the DPRK oceanfront. So this is given everybody something to Kinda. Salivate over well when it's right on the outside. It just means we're pinning stuff quietly. which I hear, there could be some other things coming out based on on kits book. Oh yeah I mean on Kit. So. There is a place called young duck tongue. Downsize as the main storage site. It had previously been identified. It's referred to in passing and a few articles We actually pinned it at a couple of years ago and we've kind of never made a big deal out of the facility but since it's in the book I mean at this point. You might as well go show people. Go show people thing. and the best part about the book selling selling copies of Kim Jon Kim Jong in the bomb. The. Best Part about the book is He's got the full list of Que en masse. Designator..

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"ri" Discussed on Arms Control Wonk

Arms Control Wonk

03:50 min | 3 months ago

"ri" Discussed on Arms Control Wonk

"Okay I when when you said it was specifically for like an Air Defence Corps I. I don't know what the signatures are for. What one of those facilities would actually look like? But I immediately had some thoughts about what would potentially be there that I did not. See you know just even at a quick glance of satellite imagery. Yeah, I mean. It's not what it looks it just. It doesn't look like that, so it doesn't have. It doesn't have a parade ground, which you would typically expect to see and you know the vehicle traffic in and out is a little weird. Because I wouldn't have liked to see like trucks coming in and. Maybe you could. People are living on site. But it. Again it doesn't look like the military educational institute that is across the road. Mean, there is such a thing I mean the person describes it perfectly, so not confused about which. Yeah you know because they say it's on the right hand side of the road going in a particular direction, it's set against a hill bunch of graves on the hill reservoir. The person describes ideally, but then says that there's no. He describes like four buildings, and there are a lot more buildings site than that. And he says the housing is all run story and it's it's not it's not. So, you know. Look. I want to I. Don't WanNa be negative at all about daily n Que because they get. They get information that you can't get any other way. Am I think it just comes with certain With certain risks. Daily N Que was the source of the Kim Jong UN is ill story Now to be fair, they never said he was dead. Right, they take was. They said he had a procedure was recuperating. Which? Sure, maybe bright for sure, but they didn't say anything. Ridiculous So. What they say doesn't quite make sense to me. What the source says, but on the other I'm not totally dismissing it. I mean I think the Kinda take away from it is. You North Korea does have nuclear weapons. And they build them somewhere. And you know on kits. Reporting says this is the place where they either build the warheads or some of the components, and so you know if you will get to a situation where they were going to disarm. You'd probably need to go. Take a look at this place. Yeah, yeah, well I was going to say you know when you're dealing with North Korea or really with with any actor like you can't have a complete picture. It's just impossible from where we sit currently. Yeah, and I mean I'm mindful of the experience which you took in China Class I did in the nineteen sixties when the US misidentified. The fuel production plant at Otto is Pluto selector that was a good case study high, you know. Things look like things, but you don't really know till you get there, yeah! I can think of a way for that to happen, but you know. Wishful thinking I mean there is a part of me. That hopes that we're fantastically wrong and Kim just says yes. Come visit, it turns out. You know really is a an academy, but. I, I don't know I. Do have my doubts. When takes fly? We'll see. I will say there are two things one is. I think it is important in our business to be wrong for the right reasons. Right, which is to say to have good method and be transparent about your method, and at and then let the chips fall where they may. so you know..

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"ri" Discussed on Arms Control Wonk

Arms Control Wonk

05:07 min | 3 months ago

"ri" Discussed on Arms Control Wonk

"But but it's it's older than its older than kings on so. I think one of the compelling. that's of your analysis for me was the reporting from Corn Kuby and carol-lee about the the window of construction that was occurring at this facility. Was that the only facility in the area where you saw that? That you saw that kind of construction in that window. Yeah, on, Kit. Panda has a really nice article. Coming out in the came news that kind of starts to delve into this because. According to on kits sources, and this is consistent with what we see. North Korea has one stockpile site where it stores warheads. And that stockpile site is up near coup song, and it's a previously identified place, and we'll probably write a report on it and in a week or two when we get around to it. But in his book, he implies that there are some people in the intelligence community who think that North Korea either might have secondary storage locations or might be considering. Secondary storage locations and the two places he mentions are hug. GOP which is an underground facility that we've talked about. And Wallow. And that's the context in which it comes up. So. When we talked on. Get about that idea that. There is maybe not clarity throughout the entire us. Government about what this site does that. Maybe there is some debate. Then! I went back and thought about that. Courtney. Kuby carol-lee. co-authored, make sure I. I credit them both I thought about that story because we had initially, we had initially looked for the entrances that they said had been constructed. In a particular time period we looked for those at young dock at the stockpile site and we couldn't find them and we didn't see them. And just didn't understand this claim that North Korea was hiding the entrances to underground facility. Were warheads restored because the place we think of warheads being stored there just wasn't that kind of change. And, then when we went, we looked, we saw that there was really substantial construction in that time period at wallow re. You, never really know I mean one of the big challenges we have none of the information is exactly right when it filters out to a reporter. So. Is it that the person thought it was a warhead storage facility is that the person thought that construction of.

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"ri" Discussed on Arms Control Wonk

Arms Control Wonk

05:48 min | 3 months ago

"ri" Discussed on Arms Control Wonk

"I was at the gym. And I get a text message from on Kit. Kit Says Hey. Have you? Heard, about site near a place called Wallover E, it's involved in nuclear warheads manufacture. And and there's only two things there. There's this site we couldn't identify and there's a spring water. They bought the they bottled water. And Kim Jong. UN has visited it and you know it's got like. It's legit facility and it's like Ya. There's some things sitting next the bottled water plant. We have no idea what it is, but it looks like a nuclear facility. And so those two things came together, and you know still. We were prepared to sit on it. But on kid is very confident in his reporting. That the US government believes that there is a facility in wallow re involved in the manufacture of nuclear warheads or components. or at least some aspects of US intelligence community. And so when the book came out, we thought it would be appropriate to identify the site we found. And Kim sometimes has a trend of. Making seemingly innocuous visits to civilian facilities that that's how often new dave come across. Other more suspicious looking facilities right? Makes US visiting like okay. Let's go look in this area and say what else could be around their. It was definitely notable to us that he went out to the spring. Water Factory. And didn't didn't double up. I mean that happens I'm not saying that that alone is enough, but it kind of piqued our interest like here's this other factories sitting right next to it and we can't find any record of him making a visit. Like, share radically. Will, theoretically if you know war, we're GONNA talk about this in more detail in a bit, but the pushback that was pretty immediate that this was actually a a military training facility. That would be a place that you would publicly visit. Theory, yeah. Yeah we, we have Kim visiting. Military facilities like that. So you know it. It doesn't mean no. It doesn't thing, but it doesn't mean. What I would say is the and we can go through all the signatures associated with it that really that really struck us, but. It's just really strange. You have this big facility with these really big I mean five six story buildings, and then there's another tall building which is i? Think more than six stories, just sort of sitting here out in the middle of nowhere. It doesn't look like any of the surrounding area big security perimeter. And like nobody's idead it, nobody's been there. They haven't done any. Press on it and it just at least to me. The part that was kind of really intriguing is..

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"ri" Discussed on Arms Control Wonk

Arms Control Wonk

05:41 min | 3 months ago

"ri" Discussed on Arms Control Wonk

"Lewis Founding? Publisher of the Arms Control Blog and a professor at Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey. And I man Pellegrino and independent analyst in Monterey California. And world famous Baker wouldn't in the oven while it's been a while since we've been on a pot together so I've got a couple a couple bakes. That olive bread that I gave you which I never heard of. That was good, okay? Did you eat the entire two days need. Didn't it was delicious?.

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White couple who pointed guns at protesters blames "angry mob"

Chicks On the Right

05:11 min | 4 months ago

White couple who pointed guns at protesters blames "angry mob"

"AA couple pointed guns of protest is unlikely to face charges, Law professor says, And it was funny because Rob sent me the story. I recognize the law professor's name because he was one of my law professors. When I was in law school back in the early two thousand's. Now you actually have that your law degree is from ST Louis, right? Louis University? Yeah. John. Ayman is the guy's name, and these two are being vilified on by the way. The ri. This is really important because the ST Louis Circuit attorney Kim Gardener, she is a really radical person, and she is It appears dead set on trying to find something to charge these these two with But your buddy, the guy who and by the way, you're such an upstanding citizen, a man of the law. How could this guy be anything But right, John Ayman said. This quote They have the open carry laws in Missouri that allows them to have their guns in public. We have the castle Doctrine says You can defend your house and your lives and your property and we have the law that says you can stand your ground and you don't need to retreat. So Here's pretty cut and dry right there. These two did nothing wrong and the McCloskey's told the protesters. Hey, you're on private property and you're on a private street. Now people log on privacy. It's all the time and Professor Raymond said that does automatically give the home of the right to threaten you with a weapon. However. If the anything were brought against homeowners, one might consider something like assault because you'd have to because you have a protester there. And what happened was the protesters broke down the gate. And trespassed on private property. Now it's one thing to just be in the subdivision looking for home. Hey, I'm going to Rob's house for a cookout or whatever, because it's fourth of July, right because it's like an open subdivision, which you can walk and you see these all the time they're all over central Indiana. There's nothing wrong with that. But a gated communities a little different, right? And even if even if you were let in the gate You Congar to the house that you're going to and you know, And you and your fine though the problem here is the fact that this was not the case. This is a case where protesters tore down the gate. And went on private property. And the McCloskey's Who, by the way, both attorneys too, By the way, you guys are everywhere. Yes, we are like Roaches got all over the place. They said Hey, you know, they have no idea what these people were going to do when they're going to attack their home and under the No. Was real off in the castle doctrine. You can defend your house. And your property and you can stand your ground and you don't need to retreat because whether going to go run indoors and lock the door and have the protests got to know you don't get to do that. All right. So we got two clips here. One is from Tucker Carlson last night, And this is Mark McCloskey talking about what happened a little play by play and the fear that he and his wife felt for their lives. Take a listen. Well, Chuck, you gotta You gotta understand my house sits right on the edge of a road called King's Highway on our private places. Portland place where my wife and I were preparing to have dinner, maybe 70 feet from the gate. By the time we looked up, we saw that the march is coming down. King's hiring getting loud. We looked over at the gate. And there's no police. There are private security wasn't there. Nobody's down. I look over and my wife and I see all these people outside the gate and the gate bursts open. People start coming in and then Ah, flood of people start coming in. They're angry. They're screaming. They got spittle coming out of their mouth. They're coming toward the house. And you know I'm June, the second of this year, the protests in downtown ST Louis went violent instantly. People looting and violence and writing. I watched on live TV, the 7 11 in downtown ST Louis. From the moment the first window is broken. Throughout the looting process. Call. The fire was started and then tell the fire fully engaged the building. And nobody came that entire time I looked over my wife and I said, Oh, my God, Er, absolutely alone. There's nobody here to protect us. But there is the same night Retired Police captain David Dorine was murdered. When I saw that mob come through the gate With our rage and there and there. Anger. I thought that we would be overrun in the second. By the time I was out there with my rifle. The people were 20 or 30 feet from my front wall. I'm gonna low wall that separates the house from from my front yard. And so I was. I was literally afraid, and that within seconds they would surmount the wall. Come into the house, kill us burn the house down and everything that I've worked for and struggled for for the last 32 years. Tucker. I lived up what? Sigler's County a nice secure neighborhood 32 years ago, we moved into the city and took on a project or a storehouse that nobody else wanted. And you know where we were urban pioneers in those days and we've been there which sense working hood to build and maintain the same clothes and this and this very historic neighborhood. I did. I saw it all going up in flames in my life destroyed in an instant, and I did what I thought I had to do to protect my heart, My home and my family. That was Mark McCloskey willing Tucker Carlson last

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How to Get More Backlinks to Your Site

The $100 MBA Show

05:20 min | 4 months ago

How to Get More Backlinks to Your Site

"Rank used to take all very longtime meaning. If you did something to improve your rank or somebody linked to your site, those effects wouldn't really show when you would search your key words for days even sometimes weeks now, especially in Google, results are pretty much an incident or within twenty four hours sometimes, and this is really motivating, because if you start getting back links to your site today every day you're gonNA. Start seeing improvements in your search engine optimization. But how do you do this? Without breaking rules without being scammy without being dishonest or doing things that will penalize you buy Google. Many people including myself. Myself would recommend people that are starting out to just Ri- great content for their blog, and it will be shared because it's so wonderful, and that's a good strategy to have at the start just to get the ball rolling to justice. Start getting content on your site. You need some content, but at some point after you've gotten the ball rolling and you've had your website for some time. You're six months or so you gotta start optimizing those blog posts those pages on your site and making sure you have back links. You ought to start thinking about the marketing of your site, one of the fast and easy ways. To get more back links to your site. Today instantly is to search for your competitors. Where are they mentioned on other websites other than their own whether it's a list, post or review or recommendation? Where are mentioned? You can do this with tools like H. refs, if you want or you can simply just search on Google and take each competitor one by one and see where they're landing on other websites, you can then reach out to these websites and say hey. Can you include my product? My website? My blog post some websites will just update it and linked to you, but most won't do it without something in exchange they wanted to be. Mutually beneficial now link exchanges are big. No, you should never say. Hey. I, WANNA get a back link on your website so all back to you on my website. Google will find out. They're very very smart. Algorithm is very smart and will penalize you for this, but there are other ways to make mutual beneficial. You had a large social media following even just a moderate one. You could say hey. I'd love to share this three times with my social network and show them. How are mentioned in the post and we'll give them a little boost. This is actually quite effective, because sometimes these blog posts are a little. Little bit older. They're not like the latest news there like a couple months old a year old or more, and the blog wouldn't mind to get a surge of traffic from your audience now. Obviously, this is going to be a good fit because this blog post this article that you're going to be posting. The has your mentioned in your link is relevant to your audience information that they're gonNA WANNA know. You can offer them the mentioned in your newsletter, or the Webinar with them or have them I. Guess on your podcast. Of course you gotTA. Make sure that you're doing this with integrity that they're actually a good fit. Fit for your podcast or your YouTube channel, or whatever it is, and they meet your qualifications anyway, but that's a quick and easy way to go through all these websites that are mentioned your competitors one are they mentioned you as well in exchange for some promotion to that page another way to get a back link on somebody else's website is to become a speaker or a guest on their media. This could be on their podcasts. This could be on there. You know video channel. You can even write a guest post. The point here is your featured on their podcasts. For example. They're going to have a blog post with. With the show notes and they're going to link back to your website or link back to even a block plus you mentioned on the interview. This is only natural standard, and it's a good way for you to give them value for their audience and get a back link. This takes a lot of time in work because again. You're making time to do these interviews, but it's well worth. It had been doing this for eight years. doing interview after interview I do at least three or four injuries a week, and it's just a slow process of making sure that we have back links that are active that are new. And they were giving great value to our marketplace. Another way to get great back links is literally to by now, not seen just straight up. Offer them money. You don't WanNa do that, but to sponsor something become a sponsor of their podcast. Be a sponsor of their next event, a sponsor of their online summit. 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Front Line Mom - Dr. Hina Talib

Mom Brain

05:40 min | 4 months ago

Front Line Mom - Dr. Hina Talib

"Name, is he natale? I'm a pediatrician here in New York City and I am an adolescent medicine specialist so I. Only. Take care of teenagers I do everything that a teenager needs and before Kobe before this pandemic I would see patients in person in an outpatient clinic, and then I also attend to patients who are admitted so hospitalized, so if they have something that's significant enough in a teenager there in the hospital I might take care of them there, so those are the physical faces Ri- would get to see patients and get to see families and. And then everything you know January we started to hear about news mostly on social media from other countries in the doctor, mom groups on facebook and other places were kind of paying attention to it, but kind of also not because it was far away and then it just got closer and closer, and by the time March hit. You know it was sort of like waiting that like anticipation for we know what's coming, but. But you're not hearing it to the extent that we WANNA be hearing it from the city and the state and the government, and our even our hospitals in, and and then when it hit, when when everything basically shut down, it was very jarring. It was very jarring and so I, actually had the experience of as pediatrician being deployed to be hospital to take care of adult patients who were who were suffering from Kobe. And that's really remarkable and a lot of feelings about that and that deployment lasted just a short while because ask after new. York City shutdown. The numbers went down a few weeks later. It was an imminent. Americal that our numbers went from horrific in the Bronx to still bad, still awful, but at least they were going down for the first time. And so then they were able to take people back. Who aren't? Trained to be adult doctors back to where they were, they were practising in so for me. That means now. I'm seeing patients on telehealth. I've never done that before. and it's been wonderful. It's been new and I also still see patients in person who needs to be seen whether they have covid nineteen or not. If they're a teenager that has something that needs to be seen. It needs to be seen in, so we still see patients. In the hospital in out of the hospital on a limited basis, what did that deployment look like in terms of like logistically Did someone call you night by the way tomorrow? Please report to the hospital. We're GONNA. Show you. What even? What did they show you? What did they tell you? How did they prepare you? Yeah I, mean there were so many it was email, overload and memo overload to the honest. Build up towards that and. We could have predicted just being in the hospital in seeing the numbers every day that they were sharing with us. and it went in phases so I. They weren't deploying people who are say dermatologists or gastrointestinal doctors, but still adult, and so that was more you know closer to them, and and then when it got to the point where they said to our children's hospital that we need your help and. And in our children's hospital changed call signs from being a children's hospital to being a children and Adult Care Hospital I. Mean I've never heard of that happening in this country? It was amazing but it happened in in step, so it wasn't a total surprise because we saw what was happening in the greater monitor health system, so we we saw the numbers, and it was kind of sort of At some point we're going to have to be called to help in. EITHER BATES SPLIT US up and send us off to different units or areas of the hospital or we stay as we stay as a team. Where we know everybody, we know our nurses. We know our patients. We know our staff and we work as a team to take care interest. Expand what we normally used to do. Other parts of the phase for example we started taking care of thirty roles, and so we never did that before, either, but that was kind of early phase to try to offload some of the adult medicine. overload that the the serves that they were seeing. How different is the care of teenagers from the CARE OF ADULT? What does that look like? Yeah, I mean it's. It's a steppingstone, so I was really afraid I mean I. was afraid on so many levels. We can talk about all the mom reactions to, but I was. I was afraid in terms of that question. I was afraid like imposter. Syndrome visited I couldn't do it. I was afraid I didn't remember how to take care of an adult. I was afraid I. Don't you know and that initial fury? Fury Action I can't do it like I. Don't know what I'm doing and you know maybe would I cause more harm than good and and then very quickly once you start to read about Cope Nineteen. It kinda comes back I. Mean Medicine is medicine is sort of a language that we speak and it's kind of like spent Even if you haven't spoken in a long time. If you had to learn really quickly, and if you if you're motivated, you could. It's just it just. Getting over that Hump, so the first adult patient that I took care of. Nervous and nervous and sweating 'cause you're covered head to toe in all this gear and you're not used to that in the nervous. Suggest just nervous, and then I realized. Wait a minute I've been talking to adult adults my whole life. I've been talking to the parents of my patients, my whole medical life in, so it wasn't like the alien being that I didn't. Didn't know how to touch. Take care of it was it was basically the families of the patients that I've been taking care of and I felt very at ease as soon as you had that conversation with them I mean they're grateful. You're grateful that they're doing better and that you're having a conversation and and so it. Kinda just comes back

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"ri" Discussed on Sugar Calling

Sugar Calling

03:58 min | 6 months ago

"ri" Discussed on Sugar Calling

"This is something that I really am curious about because. When your brother and father died in the late sixties, we just had such different culture. Of the ways that we talk about death, a very different culture I mean. This this topic. That was to be avoided. And I'm curious here. You are I just my heart breaks for you, amy this teenage girl. You've lost your big brother. Your father, I'm sure you are also maybe afraid that you two might get sick and die. All of those things and I'm curious like you know so many people out there right now or having to face these big losses and having to grieve, and I know a lot of people around them are wondering what do I say what? How do I how do I address this sorrow? The monumental sorrow and I'm curious what? What do you wish people did or said to you? During your time of greatest need, loss and sorrow. Will, you have to keep in mind. I was very young I. Mean it was a teenager and I wanted to have a normal life. I wanted to be asked out on a date I'd never been asked at on a date I wanted to have. That life in to escape. And and I. Think about. That with a lot of the kids today. And that I want to say I understand if you, want, to escape. That you WANNA. Leave the house. You just want to take your mind out of this. You don't WanNa be with family who don't want to be supportive. You want somebody to say to you. That's fine the way that you feel that's natural. That's what I would have wanted. I'm sure there are a lot of people out there to do that for their kids, but I think parents. Adults are so overwhelmed by what's happening. They may be demanding more things from their. Their kids if they behave better that they and you know, what is, you behave worse instead of making things easier for your family. You make it harder. 'cause you resent it. You're scared and you can't express that because you're a teenager and nothing scares you so to speak. and. I wanted to have somebody. Say No why you're angry. I needed some understanding the other. There was a complication on top of that is set a few days or like a week or two before my father died. I was caught reading a dirty book catcher in the Ri-. Thank goodness a banned book so the Youth Minister came to. You know. Council me. And he sexually molested me. He threw me down on my bed and sexually molested me so day I it was. Before the the miracle busted up in our exploded. In our faces that was already gone the whole idea that religion people praying together and community that was gone to I out of that room, a different person and you. Know ultimately I'm glad glad because what it taught me is that I have to ask my own questions? I have to say what is what is it did I really feel what's hypocritical? What's truly not kindness? And you know being being a good person. At. Ask questions myself. It doesn't get dictated to me in the way that it used to because. The, spokespeople, for what is good and evil or not necessarily coming from the best. Sources.

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"ri" Discussed on The Hustle & Flowchart Podcast

The Hustle & Flowchart Podcast

01:50 min | 6 months ago

"ri" Discussed on The Hustle & Flowchart Podcast

"It for? The sales gotTA close Eddie money. It is but but you know I mean there's this familiarity Ri- They they begin to get to know you. That's happening without you. Even knowing it's happening and people come you know not everybody of course but but some people come with just wire-transfer check in hand credit card in hand. Because they just know I. I've been ready to do this. You're the people I want to do it with. Yeah in the book just built up that credibility it all did all the heavy lifting solidified. This is the person I want to work with your love it. And that's what we experienced a Smidgen of that now with leading with the book both podcast and we had it mastermind at podcast the last week. And Yeah we had about loans twenty people there that paid quite a bit. You know his four figures for most folks in And it was great because it was all in the back of this podcast who was a very trust. Trust thing I mean. It wasn't more than a couple emails for most people like and then the ones I couldn't attend like Oh my God. I'm just kicking myself. I couldn't travel or something like it's just cool when you have A. Yeah you have a group of people that are really into what you have and they trust you just makes the selling process much easier and in honestly I think there's better action taking from their point of view as well win it. Someone that they trust as well one hundred percent I mean they they listen to your podcast They like you That that may be the first step they get to know you. They like you and then eventually as they see your success and say well. They're offering something that I want. They're good at it. I know him and like him already. It's done there's no meaning. There's nothing else needed right. It's just okay. How do I pay? Where's the but your much longest time we weren't hanging that button around.

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"ri" Discussed on Food Scientists Podcast

Food Scientists Podcast

15:01 min | 1 year ago

"ri" Discussed on Food Scientists Podcast

"See that's what they said when everyone was hating on the strawberry. I don't love the strawberry flavor but if you separated mine there if you just have some of the cream if if you need more of that there's a little Tang there's a little tart to it. It's more than just strawberries sugar. And so you got a good mixture of traits going on there and it's fruit so that's the healthy relationship that's true and I guess I'm agreeing with Brian. Because I'm frolicking with the fudge. Covered the white fudge covered oriole a little bland. It's a little boring but you know sometimes you gotta do what you gotTa do in running skip through nothing wrong with vanilla you must know while. And even though they're not bad of all the peppermint things I've had many I don't like I don't dislike these orioles. I would eat them if in front of me. I gotTa Kill Them. Because they're less. And I don't love peppermint. So how do you feel about the crystals and I don't mind the crystals illicit kind of feel like the texture and something like the The beloved like Rice krispy treat ones those had like little rice crispy things things that in Colorado. Oh yeah that was different though that was like Kris Bryant. That wasn't just low crunchy stuff wonder if your teeth are falling apart kind of So these what you're saying is these are a little too close to the peeps for your little bit and I think you're maybe getting into my mind helping me work through. I'm this I'm I'm nothing if not a armchair Dr Filling. She's so upset about that. I think thanks. Are we gonna go for my that. We watch them little animals. Oh Okay I think no you talk about them to any you found them out. I will hold them up the so we have two new snack packs. That came out the first one is dragon. Treasure take back jammed. Hashtag Hashtag dragon power while the dragons away. She's a sweet green green emerald or the rare red ruby treats and enjoy the surprise tattoos so now the question is what flavor are these puddings weddings there in green and red. And then I'll I'll read the other packaging to or if you want to amy. It's up to you. It's Unicorn came. Excuse it tastes like joy in Rainbow Rainbow sparkles made with fairy dust in princess kisses so yeah clarifying pink right. Yeah the the different ones right. One of them tastes like join rainbows. Goes the other one is made with fairy dust and princess kisses and those are pink and baby blue and there are packs of tattoos inside the packaging here. Yeah I'm sorry I know it's are happy. Happy Little episode this week but this is just the dumbest thing ever. You don't want. It says yes Unicorn. Yeah that's Why a Unicom fat for both the Hashtag Hashtag dragon power for both did the packaging weird because normally you would have three three? We have four of once lever into of another. Oh we only okay. You don't think we're GONNA want all these up. So what flavor did we want to start with. I the one we can get open because it doesn't have a corner which is connected. Yeah yeah no it was just connected to the other corner so I had to pull them apart is kind of grease. That's like Nickelodeon Green Slime I'm yes and I got a sinus infection. Once what are we thinking is always in green. This is from the slammer. It's like echo cooler and it also like Apple. It does not taste like apple. Maybe oh it's like a green apple it's not sour. It's a green apple texture. The whole thing is weird creamier than putting its warrior than putting Aha. This is a sweet Green Emerald Ruby. Red also apple. We have opened a good question. It's better than I thought it was going to be. It's not good. I don't yeah I don't like the tech. Watering a good description. Reporting is a good and the red is is like bright red. You know if you have kids though they're not gonNA notice notice that they'll there. There'll be like Greg. It's like fire engine red. It doesn't smell like apple home. This is also apple but Green Apple. Is it a different taste or is it watermelon Alan. It is bad my God. I don't know what that flavor is. Maybe it's Beyeler Apple. I don't think so. You know what this tastes like bad parenting. Yeah and IT'S A. It's a fruit. I wouldn't be surprised if it's two kinds of apples it's made with real milk is naturally flavored infused with dragon magic. I mean they do both look like something. You don't WanNa see. Come Out of your knows for sure. They said they are infused with dragging magic. Nick putting him worried about the Unicorn though because we've had that Unicorn flavored sour stuff in the past I will say that there's different ingredients for the red and the green and it doesn't give a flavor of ingredients are going to be. The colorings are really. What changes is this supposed to be trite? I and I'll say what I think. It might be the pink because I think I know what they're trying to be less watery texture. I think it's supposed to be cutting candy. Made me I was going for in. A frosty unicorns tastes better than dragons now. The blue. Oh this is sour. Blue for kids can't be that okay. This is on one one of his rainbow sprinkles and the other one is ferry destined. Princess kisses it sugary. Let's lob saliva live in there then if it's for instance kisses too much kind of kind of princess and you're kissing mom and just all the lottery nets like too much. July I found the Unicorn was is less watery than the tracking ones. All they're both they're both very liquid. What your the kids will love the themes? If they're younger they like dragons or princesses or UNICORNS or whatever. You're really drinking the positive energy. I'm looking at the marketing here. Like who's going to get value. He really wants to move on to that end flavor of Rio chips. I know we'll get to that I. I'm sorry Brian China's trying to be positive energy. I'm policy. I finished my and that's why I'm happy positive. Energy good little parent. Don't let your children near these And certainly and most curious about is when the podcast is done. I'm searching the Yass Unicorn Hash to see EXAC- who is tweeting an instagram ing with with that because this is like the mean. Were like Oreo in there. The lady yelling at the cat is them saying buyers bar stack packs in the cat is saying no. They're nasty or something like that. You know this lady yelling at the cat me all right. Let's move on to something. That might be difficult. Okay so we have four kinds of Thai jasmine rice next. These are gluten free. They're baked. They're not fried. I'm really interested to see what kind of shape these are going to be a pringles that look like pringles and we're going to start out real easy and we're GONNA go from there Cheddar I yeah. We'll start out. Oh Wow packing peanuts. What were you you were expecting affecting criminals right? Well I was looking at the picture and I wasn't sure you're not getting pringles. You're getting cheese. Rolls in the cans smells cheesy. Oh I kinda like those are like these alive so far so good. Oh Wow. That's a strong long cheese flavor like eating cheddar cheese but like in a tease curl these are. These are also product of Thailand although we'll go Thailand poppies in the Netherlands like to tie this onto my mouth. Yeah I think these Dr Phil me up any smoke barbecue okay. So there's our cue now that's dangerous because my hopes are high. Now this has pork ribs on it. Oh Knowles also. This is meat flavored clearly. The flavors were so strong. I'm worried about is coming up and there's fire. The fire's coming out of the head like a soft powdery. Coating these are a little matter. Soft but still tasty. But you're still curl warm. Yeah good. There's it's just a little bit of kick to them like not enough to get the Brian face but these are big gluten free. This like healthy are spices isis. They're also meteor than you would think really are the media or is that just the barbecue sauce flavor by. I'm getting like the underlying pork. Take but you know the Chinese pork ribs We get like that real thick like glazed. ooh I'm GonNa do it again. And what's the blue one that we have coming up one is tyco Kona. I'm excited about these. I feel like I need to cleanse my palate because I still have smoking barbecue pictures years later. PS combining the Cheddar and the barbecue was delightful tie coconut. Whatever it's called? Aw Mom that's way different from the other ones but still like it sweeter and has the coconut so so it really would not make any other ones Brian Right. If you need a moment you like me thinking about the candy bars. Amy Tamie Amy. Let me have my moment. I love all things coconut. I just WanNa just take and say this is. I'd imagine what heaven is like. You're having the same experience I had with the peanut butter dream needed like cereal. The Brian Phases coming. Don't worry now. This is three that have been absolutely glorious unexpectedly glorious. We've had these a long time. And then like I will get them eventually pringles but here they are Seaweed Wasabi here failing at showing and give it home. These are. Let's get in here. Remember Cheese barbecued of Kuwait. We heard Brian face forward. He needs to smell. I saw them and that was bad enough. You just keep ice for. I'm going to show them. I saw all of them already. That's that's flexibility. We'd isn't bad it's GONNA kill you. It's not spicy that CB though Okay now you can have. They WanNa Brian to have this moment. Oh and the chat and our audience have a moment with their Mama. Brian I do. I love see snacks. But that one hits you okay. Do you love the. It's not like the seaweed. I usually have no fishing. Oh sweet it's not. It's more fishy than Z. We that fish pita. It's more see than we'd exactly doesn't taste like the nice green seaweed I eat. It tastes like it's like a fish tank a fish tank. Oh it's just stays with you too. Oh I wish there were more I was Sabio. All I'm having some others Oh getting in Yeah Chat Hashtag Yasu Nikorn what I need to save a few not that you guys would want some of them that was I will say this. I did not expect the disparity I did but not I. Unlike is still underrated. Kelp flavor not a fish fit flavor. Bad vish lever on on that note. I think we're done us us. Yes Unicorn you know what. I'm so glad I had that Bob. Ross otherwise is that might have just like I might have thrown the the whole table over here and everything are positive energy. Drink Brian Energy so we better end. I mean that neutralized allies me right. I'm just haven't been based level. So yeah these these rice things. They're called Rio. But it's our I dash oh with an Aumont mm-hmm so every month for all of them but the seaweed was Sabi. Strong bad fishy flavor. Unless unless you have enemies bodies so I think that wraps it up for this week but all of our American listeners. Thank you for everyone. Thank you happy. Thanksgiving is why. I'm trying to save because our next episode. Possibly after Thanksgiving come after Thanksgiving so hope. y'All had a good heart disease in consumers like safe black Friday. Yeah they don't get trampled or anything like that. Please be sad and a really good deal so we are thankful for. y'All all were all just. We're having a moment. We have to recover after. And so we're going to say it's going to take till next week's episode by the podcast but over amy..

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"ri" Discussed on Food Scientists Podcast

Food Scientists Podcast

13:07 min | 1 year ago

"ri" Discussed on Food Scientists Podcast

"This is the food scientists podcast. I'm your host Amy Zajac. I'm with Danny Sussman. Hello Amy and Brian Pearce. Hello everyone yes today. We're going to have some positive energy but before we get to that we'll do our food news food experiences. We've got some a interesting pudding Snack Cup type. Things may or may not have harmed fake Adamov Um we have a variety of orioles. We Love Orios so we have some international Florio Oreos so we have seasonal orioles. We have international orioles. It's a good mixture and I hope Rios there. Hi Jasmine Rice snacks. That look like pringles cans. I'm scared of these. Yeah so we'll find out if I should be or not so. Do we want to start with the positive. Yes we do this news. Yeah yes we should probably tell our listeners. This is this is Bob Ross positive energy. Drink a few weeks ago when Danny went rogue and did our fancy podcast we reference the Bob Ross positive energy drink and and it turned out I was in the store and they had an entire shopping cart cart full of them. Mark Down here and fifty cents a can so people don't want parents. There's not a little energy drink. If we're GONNA try the positive energy drink it was now for never. Yeah and if you don't know who Bob Ross is the painting show the happy little tree guy that same with the. It smells fruity I duNNo. It's your Standard Energy Berry. Taste quite bears Lou as I'm just drinking. Yeah it's fine. I don't know if it's making me happy but well you have to wear a kick in sipping on this as we have our full Lavar Bob Ross. Positive Energy are happy. Little Chat folks good to say Happy Little podcast this week with Bob Ross. It's a reminder to everyone you can listen into us is a podcast but if you do join us live we have a great community of happy little people. Yes and if you listen to too much if you've been episodes you maybe you should drink this because we annoy people have strong opinions on lemon bars. yeah I don't know if any of us we were. We don't really have opinions unions and things. Do you WANNA get into news. I want I want to start with. It's kind of a warning for everybody. Oh also alert. It's both is it a happy little older. It's a happy a little morning. So it's getting to be the holiday season The stores are now being stocked with holiday gifts. They're they're getting ready for black Friday sales now one of the things that happens every year is that and this is a warning to you too if you post us in our group I want to know L. whether or not you're listening giant. Candies are in the store. Yes but there's also the big snicker there's also the impostors. Oh I haven't haven't seen those guys. There's imposters this has been a trend the last couple of years so I'm GonNa go over them with everyone. There is a hershey three pound. Hershey bar you're right. That is that sounds like a good challenge. I can't escapee and I'm good to go Janet but you'll find with it a thing that looks like an enormous kit had cat But it is not. Oh I believe I've seen this previous years. It's a bunch of smaller kit. Kat box is a giant mocks of snack. Size kit catch catch Don't be fooled. Yes twix same deal. It says yard of Twix. The yard of twix is eighteen regular twigs Martin. If you line them up but don't come to me and be all excited about the yard of quicks plural. Yeah the if they made a three foot long twix bar. That would the amazing. This is not a peanut butter twix. There's a giant Hershey kiss snickers does make the slice and share one pounds. Yeah what slice and share no. There's also Hershey Bar. There is the source now. The giant giant Reece's are rather giant giant rice. krispy treat the sheet back. This year are the half-pound recess peanut butter cups in two varieties within without the pieces. Now will we. Since we're giving warnings the races you might think a giant Reese's cup would be amazing. The ratio of chocolate to peanut butter is not great. So yeah you know. Take that for what it's worth. It's not the best regions was too much chocolate peanut butter. But when you get structure to hold it is yeah but then when you get that much peanut butter it's also it's hard to bite is hard to consume. You have to kind of cut it like a pie because a Reza's has that it thicker upper crust of chocolate. So it's even more so with the giant one so naming names is in the yard of eminem's that's also fake fake fake fake very knobs long shaped eminem. I don't want and expect one. They still wanted to see that though. But it's also not a yard long tube of EMINEM's it's not like one package at the corner of your mouth right. It's not that it's eighteen individual packs. There is a two pound salt in that role. If you don't Minnesota awesome awesome you know. Know what it is. It's new. Get surrounded by peanut snicker pretty funny So stickers we talked about this licensure one pound also a yard of snickers. Yes so looking at the package. You know what you're getting. Also maybe just wait till after Christmas to buy these. These are really good. Africa's we're spies lifesavers but you think this giant rings. Oh no are like that. It's a big thing too tight. Lots a lifesaver that could be used as an actual lifesaver that we amazing swimming. After your swimming you eat so you won't Krant when you look at the package it says five flavors looks like an enormous lifesavers role. But it's not. It's wait. Wait pause yeah I mean. Don't the podcast because we're going to get in the chat. Heather just put in the microwave for twenty seconds. You could like knelt it. It might be a male Pie. They would ooh they're gonNA go. Everyone by turns out. We're going to have that on a very special episode tomorrow. Our is that's for the giant racist just enough to to stop. I mean it easier to eat maybe even the snickers to it'd be like a salad Allah both of them together a giant Candy Salad. Who would've thought of that question? Yeah what if you took the three pounds. The pop Ross's Ross is working and happy to Brian. What have you took the sheet sized a rice krispy treat three pack crushed and the three pound Hershey bar and then all of the marshmallow fluff. You could find and microwave and all that I don't know if we need the marshmallow fluff but yeah I've got a little bit. Maybe I was GonNa make an smoothing saying oh that could bake it right and you would I'm having a little moment here about that. Oh aw that's why you're the host but for the twenty second my heart shirts. Can you write it as pie. Yeah because I don't have all of this right now. My stomach hurts because it's grieving the loss of not having this yet. Yeah but we're going to do Yeah we are doing that. He's like this moment. Like HICFA knee. It was like self acting cellphone. We this is what you went from like. I could do that too like I could do that. That's something I would do. Wait I am doing okay are quite of a couple of are just pretty brief. One of them is a believe they had these last year as well but you can make Ninja gingerbread. Oh no no no no no no Ninja bread. So it's just a cookie cutters right action. You bring cookies and Ninja Ninja poses kicking and cookie cutter probably yeah then And then you have the decorations to defy them. Cookie cutters the unique part since they consider it kind of crafty. That only can you find them in grocery stores. I believe but I know you can find Michael's like craft stores. I know they make rolling pins that have the designs right on them for like traditional shapes. Also right There is also an article the will it's the we'll see what actually happens happens. But there's such a surplus of Corbelli anyways right now that the writer was predicting that the Bacon Movement is over not that people are done with Bacon but done with Bacon on everything thing. We have such a surplus bacon that we haven't had since nineteen seventy one. I don't want to go into politics. I have a feeling that has more to do with tariffs. Probably anything MHM because there's a whole thing with like Santa. Their country bright of different cuts of meat have different demands in different parts of the world. And so like there's a whole thing about like cattle being like raised in one country like go raise them in Mexico but then process them in the US but then a lot of the cuts of beef go back to Mexico because there's no demand for them here like the hat and the tongue you don't there's a big demand in Mexico's chopped up and send different parts. Reporters Boarders yes. Yeah it's very much like South East. Asia is a huge consumer report valley where the US actually the US actually uses last slice into when they say the Bacon trend is dwindling. I will believe that when I see it because I agree with Cheryl in the chat I am not ever bacon. I need to speak at the trend of putting it in and on everything like a screaming donuts and not being and stuff but like with burgers and sandwiches and never ever be done. I would actually think that the surplus would encourage it because it makes bacon even cheaper true true. I mean I just had a bacon milkshake this last week like like. I don't think think Bacon is going anywhere as I'm on the record saying I think Bacon should go back to where it belongs breakfast sandwiches and happy surprise on Brussels sprouts bud title. Good on a spinach. Salad is cheap. There's a lot of places where it's a happy surprise where it doesn't have to be there. It's a happy little surprise. They decided to be like Bacon Bacon. I can't miss you if you're always here I have one just blow. Quick news item. Courtesy of amy as as well she was like CNN. This week a few weeks ago we did defend the undefendable snacks snacks that we each like. I did banana. Laffy Taffy the response I heard from people was. Hey I like that too which go team but Laffy Taffy must have listened because they are coming out with a bag just of banana kaffee taffy. Yeah that's right. That reminds banana laughing. runts break as you can get just the banana. I loved the banana to people. Don't like them like fake banana flavor. Circus peanuts are popular to. Are they popular. Not all that would be fake news in the last one Actually had two more. But I'm going to skip one the last one unless you WANNA talk. Experience is the pop tarts. Yoyo this the big news. And it'll be more discussion pretzel pop tarts. I was surprised by these right. So their pop tarts coming in January. But you can get some dissent. They'll it'll be in some stores. December widely January according to the pop tarts twitter feed but so they replacing the usual terrible pop talk dough with Pratt. Sold south out. They're putting salt on the outside. What flavors would you put inside? Well I know what they are so I'll let you know I looked right. I don't remember now when I think of Pretzel I mean and I'm actually. I know they wouldn't do this but cheese. That was my point is ship. Oh isn't it though I wouldn't what does make a pop tart right because it's like tort. No no but that was my thing is is that they're launching Pretzel Pub Their Their Lodging Pretzel Pop tarts without cheese as a filling right. I mean I don't to be honest. I don't think it's something that you put the toaster with cheese inside but I so little cheese mustard. I'd say when you put mustard guys but so but the feelings are are chocolate and cinnamon sugar cinnamon sugar. It was just very weird to me that is that they took pretzels. which are generally savory treat? And they're offering them only in sweet right so the sweet and salty Kamba peanut butter would being other good thing. But I think it'd be hard also to get something that's good quality..

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"ri" Discussed on The NFL Show

The NFL Show

03:26 min | 1 year ago

"ri" Discussed on The NFL Show

"These routes are going going to landmarks on the field and they are breaking at certain spot so you then have defenses that are designed zone wise which are pure zones meaning that the is around the quarterback and we're dropping to a spot. This is what's called a country coverage so if I'm keeping my eyes on the quarterback and I'm dropping to a spot I'm I kind of have an idea by personnel and formation where different routes are GonNa break so I'm working to that spot because remember in the N._F._l.. Everything is from the middle of the field yeah so you have an idea. That's what country coverage it. It's just old school. I'm dropping to an area that curl I know is going to be here. The the hook is GONNA be here. If I get a dig. I know it's GONNA run right over here and so everything is kind of built on a spot spa like you said with the Admin of seven seven quarterbacks better. They're more accurate if you're running country coverages that the receivers are are now taught to sit in the window and the quarterbacks no Ri- were these spots are so they're able to just kind of laser. These are being you to death which as we know we have most quarterbacks in the N._F._l.. Can throw into a window so where does zone matching ball zone matching it is. I'm I'm working to a man. I'm matching and I'm chairing the man until somebody does something else and so what it does it. It doesn't totally put you in a man to man coverage meaning that I don't have to take this guy everywhere and maybe I'm not as great of an athlete is him so he's going to beat me <music> more times than not what this does it protects you from the different route combinations as they cross each other we will now switch and now I will assume control of him when he's in my zone and I will carry and deliver into the next man so what are the challenges of that. What would you say are the things that people have the hardest time picking up because that I mean it just seems like it would take so much continuity communication reliability time I mean that feels like a really we difficult thing to get right quickly right so and to don't don't forget there are different variations of these zones so you have orders which is basically you know really orders anymore and his own and they'll matching is going to be man? That's what it's a safe man cover to which most people know the corner stays on the flat. The linebacker stays in the Koran and the safety takes de path well. If you run like a read cover too you know there's different rules for different things so most people when in coaches when they if they don't run order or they don't run on matching or pattern matching is that they it frontloaded pedagogy y so if I'm going to teach it it's going join to take more ups front but once you teach the basics schematics then you can start taking interchangeable parts whereas in a country coverage it is a very rigid. You are going to drop here no matter what. You're going to drop here no matter what whereas in pattern matching you know that there's there's rules and so it's almost like if one does this than I do this one does this. I do this and so it takes longer to teach up front front but once you taught it it can be much more adaptive than the rigid spot dropping country coverage cody.

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"ri" Discussed on Slate's Working

Slate's Working

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"ri" Discussed on Slate's Working

"Or is it really just you're kind of coming up with what sounds good to you know, there's a lot of that actual, and and we'll work in different ways depending on the project. But we definitely get like kickoff documents. When we kick off a writing span, let's say for Christmas. We'll get like a deck as I just the term is these days, we'll get a deck in there. There'll be all sorts of inspiration in their mentions of trends. Like what you're speaking of their, you know, and even language trends, and you know, from year to year, we have different kinds of targets that were aiming for in each even each writing project for exam. The hardest thing for me the right is a birthday card because why is that because only so many ways to say happy birthday. Right. And it's just so wide open in general that it's almost like the thing. I wanted to write least in the world is a birthday card, but on the same way. It's also the most challenging so when you like when I find my way into an alley that like, I find interesting or entertaining them like, okay. Well, that's good. But how we can do that you just come things differently. So I could spend a span of writing birthday cards of cards are going to be able to be sent anybody. And by that I mean like you would feel comfortable sending it. I don't know who your boss is. But if let's say like anyone be comfortable, sending it to their boss or even sending it to their brother like, you may have a different relationship with those people, but you won't feel like this is too mushy descend the my boss, you know, or it's also not warm enough to give them my brother. So like will spend a ri-..

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"ri" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"ri" Discussed on KCRW

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"ri" Discussed on Fit Fierce and Fabulous Podcast

Fit Fierce and Fabulous Podcast

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"ri" Discussed on Fit Fierce and Fabulous Podcast

"You're starting your day with procrastination right off the bat, and some of my tips to for kit wit if you have kids. So I have two boys right now. We're on summer break, so I get to do a little bit more of me stuff in the morning. On, but when I have to take them to school a, we get up at a certain time in it's a little bit earlier because I don't want to rush them either because then our morning is all about hurry up. Boys get your stuff, it just come come about. Did you get your lunch prevalence? Did you forget your lunch? Are you kidding? And I'm not only starting my day out in this chaotic, rushing mode, but I'm doing that to them to. So if you have kids, I would encourage you it just a few minutes getting up a few minutes earlier. Each morning can change your entire day because when you start your day with chaos and rushing, you're just ri- that's how it's going to you're setting the tone for the entire day. So few extra minutes early could could bring you a lot of joy for the rest of the day. Oh, yes, yes, yes, yes. What does fit fierce and fabulous mean to you? Oh, I think it's feeling awesome on the inside and outside. That would be my initial reaction because that wasn't a pre question everyone. So that's my initial reaction to it. It's being awesome on the inside and out like your fierce, you're bold, you can rock it, your fabulous. You're feeling good in and out and your fit exercises so important on and and you don't have to be this perfect model, but you do have to be fit to a certain degree. You do have to get out there and get moving. So get out there and get moving a fit. And then I would say, fierce as being bold, taking those leaps, leveling up networking at those events we talked about and then fabulous is just being awesome on the inside out and being okay to say it. Yes. Fabulous. I do it over there. Go fabulous. We feel good. Good. I'm going to start saying it now just say, you know soup, but you're super superwoman. I'm a, I'm a fabulous superwoman. Okay, a fabulous. The super looks. That is your statement for the day. How do we get in contact you contact with you?.

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"ri" Discussed on WCBS-FM 101.1

WCBS-FM 101.1

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"ri" Discussed on WCBS-FM 101.1

"The fbi the ri with you'd be thing for him ubuntu the most of them under the bill into if you do he may be the disease the and and and the on tuesday the the and and he did he the president he mm two one the the and and mm the the as he.

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"ri" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"ri" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Non mets fan um her intelligent uh one question that was put to him which i thought he and she's very well and the question that was put to him uh caller call in and show you know we don't think dave you're right is coming back uh who would you think would be a good uh leaning captain to take over and his response was uh everyone is leader he doesn't want one person that he wants the players who navy and feel feel who comes of the played to back he feels there when she take that role and humane as um the things he was sharon was very intelligent uh my sierra tony is that i think when he comes into that role in two thousand eighteen to manage match he's going to be pulling strings on this sandy olmos and that's my fear that i have with him uh the other thing i wanted to ask you this question i'm going to hang up on listen to your response um matt harvey uh for me personally i think that he will never pitched the same way uh the re remove a single part of muscle was moved from isn't that can also part from this chess do you think that he could take up with our uh uh uh uh dickey did cause ri dickey was a pretty good pitcher uh but he took up the knuckleball so i want to ask you a question do you think if someone that um uh mazhar we should take up because i dickie less and he went to some knuckleball pegged any and he was being taught what they call the nickname he call knuckleball it's called the own pitch and um he kind of help and save them because he didn't win this high young award with two met so before i hang up do you think that um hardly should take with pinch like that because it would be less strain on his body any we have a nice day all right if if it's a last last resort nothing's work and then you try but you know i think because he's been such a power pitcher and and the the pitching coach with the new pacheco's was saying well you.

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"ri" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"ri" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"As talented aides never usually all my goodness i can't believe that this guy is playing usually per pair unless someone is ruled out then all of a sudden is is there but it you're never really caught off guard in a sense where it's going to sway the competitive balance so much of one team feels like it was unfair because they didn't know about as well as the guy has a different skillset an enemy if it's totally removed from what the the starter was capable of doing that can cause some don't see a lot of that you're right you don't exactly because the backup quarterback lectures used that one as the best example is running the same plays up as the other quarterback if anything their paring down the playbook remains year for the guy to not as complicated you don't have as much time to get that guy ready as you have normally for you started so that leads us right back to richard sherman being absolutely right i mean the guy's right and i don't know why the nfl just doesn't embrace it and they really should reconsider or embracing it right now because they're going to have a team in vegas what are you afraid of when you consider not acknowledging gambling is a big part of your support what exactly are you afraid up because to me it makes more red flags go often alarms golf my head that you're hiding from gambling then if you were out in the open about it he's the nba for crying out loud actually had a dirty official and that league in embraces gambling more and as out front about it yet and he's up our evade it makes me feel better about the game then the nfl because they are acting like it doesn't exists they do so many things they just don't make any sense to me player discipline the gambling policy the fact that they put a team in vegas put a player can't do a personal appearance in a casino i had that world that the nfl is created there on park avenue is a bizarre blamed ri.

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"ri" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"ri" Discussed on WTVN

"I wish it never happened and uh you don't usually say that about something that didn't happen you know um there's a reason that that a loan actually speak too loudly to me as a filmmaker just like when somebody and when there's a lot of energy around something and made good they want to deny it or just wanted to go away i ask why and then the why leads me to think okay well something very serious happened here enough to to want to block it out or deny it or you know in just that fascinating human behavior to me nightmares night terrors of psychiatric issues for some of them people real credible people and uh i said dolts and uh to see them as children to speak in such an open honest way and just i've had teachers over had psychiatrists over to watch their just the archival footage and i asked them tell me what you think about this and people everybody that seem this footage and these are people school teachers at work with kids every day and psychiatrists that work with kids every day save those kids are telling the truth i want they saw kids are telling the truth uh which i find just very validating as far as the whole case in general but yeah we um you know financially it's been a struggle it so i started off doing this alone and uh i thought i could do it alone which was was a big mistake um and uh think i five i've really great people working with me now that you know ri tough at a game which so what stages it at and once you finish it assuming you get the resources to to finish it and we've got to lake by the way uh on our page i would say finish it where people see it well i think the first thing that's going to happen is because of its it's on you a trump he's will take on this topic uh they were were losing your audio y you're moving.

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