18 Burst results for "Rabins"

Could Technology Replace Animal Testing?

BrainStuff

02:06 min | 3 months ago

Could Technology Replace Animal Testing?

"In january of two thousand eighteen. You food and drug administration. Commissioner scott gottlieb announced that the agency after an internal investigation had permanently ended a nicotine addiction study in which force world monkeys had died. He said in a statement on the fda website based on the team's findings it is clear. The study was not consistent with the agencies high animal welfare standards any september twenty seventeen letter famous primate researcher and conservationist jane goodall had denounced the research as cruel and unnecessary saying that the harmful effects of smoking on humans are already known and could be studied directly in addition to ending study. Gottlieb said that the findings indicated that the fda's protections for animal research subjects quote may need to be strengthened in some important areas for that reason. He announced the launching of an independent third party. Investigation of all of the fda's animal research into the creation of a new animal. Welfare council to oversee those studies going forward. Additionally gottlieb said that the fda would strengthen its commitment to replacing reducing and or refining animal studies with new methods said that animals should be used studies. Only when there's no other way to do research that's important for public health. But even so he said it is important to recognize that there are still many areas where animal research is important and necessary in particular. He cited the use of primates as essential for the development of some critical vaccines for human children. The research involving monkeys and the response highlighted. What for many people is a discomforting reality. Despite computer simulations and other tools available to today's researchers laboratories still use large numbers of animals as experimental subjects an email. Fda spokesperson taraji. Rabins said that the agency currently is utilizing eight thousand one hundred and sixty seven creatures of various sorts in research. That includes seven thousand. Rodents two hundred seventy primates. One hundred nine fish thirty one lower morphs. An order that includes rabbits and hares. Twenty must That's animals such as ferrets and weasels. Twelve amphibians six cows and five goats.

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"rabins" Discussed on Trinity Force Podcast

Trinity Force Podcast

05:59 min | 4 months ago

"rabins" Discussed on Trinity Force Podcast

"I shouldn't say this but it's like how many ad spell casters are there like you have. Pantheon is wine and they fall under the fighter categories as well. But i just think it's like an interesting thing because there are like people there are champions are quote unquote mejia's but maybe maybe the fighters like supposed to be like the opposite side of that. Like fighters like the mauge eighty midge champions like james another one right like very very spell reliant Mana reliant is almost like a mix of a artillery age and an assassin by his two core play styles. Yeah before james. Like what is it to the skies where he's going to execute yup. Yeah so so yeah. It's funny i. I was thinking jesus i in terms of like. Yeah just like those multiple solids of playing with very cool. And that's what we're bringing up all these champions but of course like some champions have like a quite a diverse array of roles that they play. But we're on our last one. The mejia's in you have like that. Dan had mentioned artillery. Have control battle midge. In bursts major. Are those like pseudo categories that in this group of champions. And i i feel like i don't know so get may maybe one of you guys can go. Because i'm sort of at the loss of words for for majors because i feel like we've covered a lot lake. They're sort of like marksman. But i also think that a lot of majors often times have their own own style of engage from from a range. Like i'm thinking about like sandra rabins a a lot of these messages. Have these the ability to get these picks in team fights in in. That's what they're playing around is like it doesn't matter flight i'm visible i'm gonna hit you from I'm gonna hit you from a screen away and there's nothing you can do about it. Sarafin another champion. That i think a lot of people are getting a little bit tired of especially since her can continue for so long But what do you guys think about. These champs i'd say Starting with artillery majors. You can never be with them for the most part with within engage range of anyone or you're in deep trouble so you have to. I would say they're one of the classes along with marksman that probably have the most important position in is up there too. But if you've ever played volcanoes causes The one. I mean for quite a while you know how bad it feels to get jumped on l. 'cause or luxuries air after something because there's very little you can do unless you've got flash and whatever else zone or what have you to keep yourself alive so you need to be physician basically on the opposite side of a threat. You need to make sure that you're near vision so that you don't have that assassin jumping out of you know the bush to assassinate you or whatever But that can be a you. Can you can be just dumping damage..

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"rabins" Discussed on The Tattness Podcast

The Tattness Podcast

03:47 min | 4 months ago

"rabins" Discussed on The Tattness Podcast

"And then all of a sudden l. at shopping since that happened grace now it went from rabins. Shopping screwed the fuck in real fast right and then we got stuck on real fast number. Two would be corey taylor i have. I a real fucking battle between corey. Taylor and jonathan davis. Just because. they're very how i look at him. Buried bucket similar. But if i had to say bory taylor just because corey you went through a lot of fucking personal issue. You know what i mean like with his mental in and growing up and kind of on those is created shouted which i fucking him you know what i mean like i had i was kind of thrown at thrown into some shit added. Probably give myself out of which. I'm able to happen because i have my story. And that's what he kinda fucking being realized that yo the only story you really got us. The true tube is one fucking. It'll do as the it's talking right now fucking But having that em- place. In knowing that i could tell my story through my arts and buck in take my aggression out in word needs to be taken out is what really developing a mark. Mark my persona director whatever as an artist but number one insane bazi woo journal. Dial anyone has everything that. I just said it elevated everything because when i said the odds were against the wanting to roj really fucking against those hits on saturday fucking suck that that influence sprung from from detroit music kissed and all that shit and And took the environment that we're around which the environment is like bombs. We see buck in bombs bucket on the corners begging for motherfucking change changing shape. People drive buying laxton the clemens and what how the gun situation where they were. Did they decide one day. And we'll be decide something happened. You know what i'm saying. Something happened for that for that. To buckner poor occurred in. That's what the message behind. It is like no matter what bucking is against your with pressing down what situation. You're in the back. You can paint your face up. Become so plenty of different. Put them buck in various down as akins rumble through. And that's when they start saying but the hatch manage pumpkin street be running. We keep swinging. Remember what book put in front of us put a brick wall bus down as it may take a couple of days off but on bussing now and get the next one is going to happen again because behind me up and stronger from bitch. You know what i'm saying in the that's what Real really need to realize that you gotta go for it when you see an opportunity. And that's what i think. Bound did solve an opportunity told her story usually on their end. Were all in up circus out there but not that a bucket look that twisted it and made it a whole in other reality. It made a reality of our of our reality against so. It's kind of a place where i could just as in industry and is no no is going to judge me buckingham..

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"rabins" Discussed on The Propaganda Report

The Propaganda Report

03:39 min | 6 months ago

"rabins" Discussed on The Propaganda Report

"That should never been bought in the first place. So you have to ask the question. What motivated brad. Rabins burger to do this and he and this is a follow up to other things one thing his family is adamantly anti trump firmer thing. I can finally internet and has been for a long time. I told you about a sister in the one show has a secret account where she's done nothing but tweet anti-trump stuff in the past four years and that he's not like a georgia boy got it presented as someone who kind of comes from around here. He grew up in. Canada went to college in canada. Then he moved to georgia years later. Where he he was in I can't remember the the county he was in re. I got started in politics here but he just seems like a transplant with a purpose to me. Well very interesting and basically. This is what i love about you. You do all this research and you come up with stuff that i did not know so even though not him wider than you have. But i didn't know several the things you just mentioned. So that's that's great information right t. Yeah i did not Track that back another ba- you know. Brad spent a million dollars on on the race and that was in their primary. It's no sense that was in the republican primary He's been a million dollars to be secretary of state. And i i. I asked him at the time. Why why why went to job. I mean i would never want the job of secretary city of any state. Because if you do if you do everything right. Nobody knows anything goes wrong. You are goat and of the entire state. so it's like. It's not a job that i would want. So so why if your wealth. And he's well off. I don't understand why I never got a clear answer. Why would you even want to put yourself. Yeah i am wondering a couple of things. One is i remember when ron paul was robbed of his. I don't know if they were. I'd certainly countywide votes. I remember in maine specifically there. Were really tiny places that had a like a very small number like less than ten people that that that was the number that registered in the counts for main of however they count votes however they consolidate votes whatever. The sub unit is so every single person who voted was in the room when they uploaded the number of votes. And then when you saw the tally at the end of the day those people said that isn't too the number. We're still all sitting here. Like they just camped out for like. It was something like that and at around that time. Maybe it wasn't that time he was long before that. But i remember when ways to live in la. The first time. And i had to vote. I voted at. Somebody's house like down the street and literally. Yeah literally just add you know so. You voted at somebody's house and there were so many of those that this was in. La like or like a suburb of la. And they had just so many of those that you that that like little block. And i believe you actually had to go to your place so like you had to go to the house that was near your house. You couldn't just go anywhere. I guess this is a long time ago..

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"rabins" Discussed on The Propaganda Report

The Propaganda Report

02:39 min | 6 months ago

"rabins" Discussed on The Propaganda Report

"Obviously there's collusion. That's a conspiracy there in theory. This is a coordinated effort. The question is really. I mean really gets to like at what an and it just it demonstrates without actually having to answer any of the questions. What you're seeing with your own eyes demonstrates that there's collusion a cover up intentional action. You can speculate as to. Who's behind it but we can see. The evidence of our own is that there is malfeasance capital and and. I'm not even saying like in this election. Get let's battle seal on saying if it's happening now it happens and we need to face that and we need to get serious about where what we will tolerate so i. I just that you're going to keep going. With these cases. I think we we simply must get a resolution or the other hand that they will not follow any kind of process in which case. It'll just be another domino to fall when people realize that we are in a post world absol- and but there was one piece of information you know market that we learned in sixty minutes which i thought was very very interesting and they. They admitted gates admitted that it was not fulton county. It was not it was not those four people that decided to out those ballots. It wasn't even the elections director of phone county that told them to start scanning backed. It was actually the secretary of state of georgia. Who brad rabins burger. Who ordered them to rescan. Continue scanning the ballots and that violated georgia law so they were operating under the instructions of the secretary of state of georgia. According to their own admission by the secretary days voting system implementation man and i was literally watching. Cnn was of course there in atlanta. They were talking brad on the floor of one of those voting places that night. It was election night and they were asking all sorts of questions and he was. He was just falling all over himself. Like these government guys do about the process and the integrity and the monitoring and all that kind of stuff like there's no question blah blah blah that that night he.

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"rabins" Discussed on The Daily Beans

The Daily Beans

04:51 min | 7 months ago

"rabins" Discussed on The Daily Beans

"Hit the notes hot notes. Okay the lead story today. if you haven't heard. Is the phone call. President trump told fellow republican. Bracken's burger the georgia secretary of state to find enough votes to overturn his defeat in extraordinary one hour. Phone call saturday. This was yesterday That election expert says raise legal questions. Yeah that's washington post language for hits a fucking crime. The washington post obtained a recording of the conversation in which trump ultimately berated rabins burger then tried to flatter him then begged him to act and then threatened him with criminal consequences if the secretary of state refused to pursue his false claims at one point warning that ravensburger was taking a quote unquote big risk throughout the call. Rams burger and has offices general counsel rejected trump's assertions explaining the president relying on was with relying on debunked conspiracy theories and president elect. Joe biden's eleven thousand seven hundred seventy nine. Zero victory in georgia was fair and accurate. I mean they did. Like two recounts and then a audit robbins. Robbins burger responded. Well mr president the challenge you have is the data you have wrong and he also said we don't agree that you have one and at another point trump said so. Look i wanna do is this. I just want to find eleven thousand thousand seven hundred eighty votes which is one more than we have because we won the state. And what's interesting is he was reading number. Somebody wrote that number down for him. And lincoln's bible was like find out who find out who wrote that down for him the whole the numbers in general like at the end of the call. And i know that you don't necessarily cover this on your notes. But they ended the call. He's like we won the state by four hundred thousand votes. You're like what the fuck is going on. He sounds like a crazy person. If you did not know this was the president of the united states on a call with other politicians a g we would think it was someone who was literally literally in a padded room in a straitjacket and that was having delusions and just yelling into the void If you slow the tape down to half speed it sounds like that drunk old guy at the end of the bar who thinks he knows about stuff. You don't even have to slow it down to half speed gone. It's very weird. But anyhow several of his allies we're on the line trumps allies were on the line including mark meadows and lawyer mitchell. Cleda as that. I think that's female cletus. But she's a prominent. Gop attorney whose involvement with the trump efforts has not been previously known until this call. He was such a dick to her on the call he was asked holder. Harry kept interrupting her and just being like we don't really need that she's like why am i here. Yeah it was sad now. L. e. honegger. We're going to talk to him tomorrow about about this. But he's a former state and federal prosecutor and he tweeted pressuring election official to generally recount a reexamined. The results is one thing and arguably over the line pressuring an election official to find the exact number of votes you need to win is far over the line and a crime and then daniel goldman lawyer for the democrats in the house. He tweeted out. I've charged extortion in mob cases with similar language. This is my question before you get to the tape. Because we have it is extortion. A state crime. I looked it up and it appears to be Yes it is a state crime in georgia and elliot's talking recently about you know talking to him back and forth and somebody should pressure the georgia attorney general to look into this. Yeah so he can't part himself out of this right. yeah. I know well not a state crime. Not if the state bring not if the georgia attorney general who's a republican brings charges doesn't got it okay but but trump just shook down a couple of other republicans. Maybe maybe we'll see. Maybe we'll see some state crimes but somebody should be putting some pressure on the georgia attorney general to do that because it is a crime in georgia. Let's go ahead and listen to that. Extortion part. i have the clip. You know what they did and you're not reporting. that's that's a criminal. That's a criminal offense. You can't let that happen. That's that's a big risk to you and to riot you lawyers. That's a big risk. But they are reading ballots in my opinion based on what i've heard and they are removing machinery and then moving this fast as they can both of which are criminal fines. And you can't let it happen and you are letting it happen. You know i mean. I'm notifying you that you're letting it happen so all i.

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"rabins" Discussed on Science Salon

Science Salon

05:59 min | 8 months ago

"rabins" Discussed on Science Salon

"Very relevant point that it's interesting and important. Perhaps to recognize as people like myself tend to feel threatened issue will by what seems like the gullibility of so many. Whether it's jones down rabins gators you mentioned and it is a to realize that the numbers who actually do so at least for certainly for these extreme cultural is quite awkward. Small and The fact that they received so much attention is itself may be an indication that the rest of us. which is i think. The overwhelming majority tend to look at them and say what the hell is wrong with them. Price other generalized Right actually that people are not that gullible however those who are can be very dangerous. And i think not just to themselves as we saw johnstown in heaven's gate but Insofar as there were enough gullible people who really bought into nazism transcendent took honor. Life of its own where it wasn't just a matter of all ability gullibility snowballed into joining the group being part of the crowd. And so you might have had a small gullible group to begin with. But then as it snowballed and increased momentum. It became profoundly dangerous. And i made to add a. I'm not just throwing boakye in your direction. Michael but i think you wrote the best book about it. Exactly that that whole question of why people believe weird things. That was really important book. I think you applaud asli. It'd help me a lot once. In by the way that i've written about just recently I don't recall you included in your book. Maybe if you want to revive revise it someday because there's plenty of information is phenomena what my wife to lipton was a psychiatrist. And i've been calling the peter up. Peter pan affect the hit. That's another one. I guess the pied piper effect. I think one thing they exemplify kind of gullibility is this the the susceptibility that so many people have to the pied piper to someone who's piping the tune that they find just irresistible. And of course the. I forgot the rats to walk out of hamlin And then he wasn't paid. The town failed to pay the piper regime come so the came back played pipe again and all the kids of hamlet went out do so they were gullible as well to have not only lost the rats which is helpful terms of their pandemic if you will but they lost their kids as a punishment so there is a gullibility factor as well to a charismatic leader that gets back to the point you raised earlier about what they're been been world holocaust wilmore has learned. I'm inclined to think wouldn't because hitler turned out to be a really effective piper. Yes yes certainly. The research that holds that a pretty strongly that he was very charismatic. Great speaker and trump is very entertaining as when watching the last couple of weeks before the election. This guy was just the energizer bunny just endless hour after hour after hour. And he's funny and entertaining. It's like holy crap. I could never do this. I don't know how the not many people can most politicians are pretty boring..

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"rabins" Discussed on Venezuela: Crisis y Esperanza

Venezuela: Crisis y Esperanza

07:34 min | 8 months ago

"rabins" Discussed on Venezuela: Crisis y Esperanza

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"rabins" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

07:53 min | 8 months ago

"rabins" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

"That class. That would be cute. Oh right you'll be like regular noodles right and be like. Yeah and they're like no. These were the noodles from the day that we went. Ou- really ended that cooking class. So you you say defy right all like the sipping paint thing just you know. Go back to back to that and i made that for you. Yes same couples do anything of any more. Yeah data special relationship relationship bobby. Because i'm trying to remember the last time tiny and i went to like miniature golf anything like that. We didn't do anything. It's been a minute especially cova city. Yeah what kovin. So it's really not too much to not too much. Say what you can still do stuff. We'll sending give me some suggestions. I well you know. I will those bobby us. Well it me with some suggestions. So i can kind of keep this thing you know fresh and keep it going right billy. 'cause tried to my best you know and you and you do good special things so you you do so i can understand you. Run out of ideas. Chat room helped me out because you know running around the house but as negatives not cute anymore. Now that's kinda you know. Get old does slow i read. That's i i believe that would you. Do you enjoy a man going to running around the house. Yeah he did. Yeah i can appreciate. I appreciate it. Thank you might join in the fun. Never now of will do appreciate it and before we go shut up appreciate a young man running around but as Chores around the house make it like try it today. I think you miss that right. Motivate you a little creep creep people in the chapel of you know what it is. I guess every once in a while run around but as negative. It's cute we like it just as much as like. Yeah there you go so a shutout the chatroom season and in barbie and everyone the chat room so we we're talking about This sports. But we were talking about the What's the basketball player in the fight. That happened rabins. May robinson jake paul was the undercard and the main event was roy jones junior and mike tyson is. I didn't know that they had never fought before. Did they had never fight before. I don't know. I don't think i don't think they have confused with. Did he fight. Who is that guy the ear. He bit off. Help totally who i confused them with. Yeah i think they were in different weight classes. Yeah thanks okay. So so anyway. So this guy. Nate robinson who had knocked out right then. I love even heard of me out. So i know everybody's internet cessation. I never heard of this guy. Big cine big strong babylonian yes probably voted for trump. probably probably have that got to get that little trump thing going. He looked blond hair. He looked like a trumpet. Yeah true nate had had these giant for braids right. Yeah he had you knew he has locks also so those were was not into like five or six big brain so first of all before we get into that. How i wanna know sidney bobby. How much did they get paid for this. It's gotta be a substantial amount of money for nate robinson and this guy was named jake. What paw jake paul jake. Paul in nate robinson and this was pay for view right. And how much was this on. The pay per view is like the regular standard like thirty nine ninety nine four hundred fifty dollars. Was it forty nine dollars to me. So i think it was forty dollars. I don't know there's not a lot of money to seize something like this. I guess because it wasn't like a big fight with an exhibition right because it wasn't so it wasn't like a championship so put a number one in the chat room. If you purchase this fight sin you said you went to somebody else's house to wash the fight right right so if you did in which you purchase this now. Why would you spend forty dollars. A seat is now absolutely not. I wouldn't spend a dime to see this now. So much technology offshoot you can. Even though it's paid for pay for view you could probably see any anywhere on some kind of dark web site. Not even you can just go anything that's on live. Tv you can go to youtube right after. And they'll have it right but what mean they're gonna take it down but they'll have their habit live. They'll know they won't have it live but you usually get somebody that puts it up on their pain right like right after the first maybe like a half an hour maybe fifteen twenty minutes after something happens. It'll be on youtube or if you have friends like me. They was livestreaming on a facebook. People do that anybody that did not just saw it on youtube like you after it was over with right so what people were streaming. It live on the phones looking at tv putting phones on tv. And he's gonna live from want. They earned six hundred thousand dollars a piece. That's the coin. I'm not so he for six minutes at work. Maybe ten minutes nate robertson got knocked out. You know he's asked about ten minutes when he earned six hundred thousand dollars. I mean it was the last time yard for six minutes epic. Exactly we talking smack dollars. That's how much the paper dollars. These two guys got. Six hundred thousand dollars each. And what about mike for shelter. And what about mike tyson. In roy chosen who. I thought sydney was a great fight. You know why yeah loved really gives men like me. Yeah because i'm in the age. Fifty one fifty five. I'm fifty five. Roy's fifty one and tyson's fifty three. Yeah five that fifty to fifty five group would be all in that same group. But it's so inspirational cds. Men two minute rounds eight rounds right. They went eight rounds. Eight round city at in the fifties. This is no excuse for anyone. That's out here. New streets talking about they sick.

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"rabins" Discussed on Capes & Lunatics: Sidekicks

Capes & Lunatics: Sidekicks

09:02 min | 1 year ago

"rabins" Discussed on Capes & Lunatics: Sidekicks

"It can be anyway kill. Kill the mood with logic. Reality Low. Sorry African I. Yeah I just like I just get so upset with with nightfall get so upset with it. I don't care about John You know I don't care about John I don't care about Israel. Don't care about Bain. I know I know but hey it'll be fun. It'll it'll be fun to make fun of him and see Bruce on his journey. One Not Batman Guess. The best thing actually came out of this though I did enjoy enjoy that aspect of it. We don't ever focus on that part because what we can in the like night's quest and stuff it yet. I think it's weird even think Bruce says like looking. It's like it's weird not being Batman and that's kind of expanded about twenty twenty for madman. I feel like we're kind of getting that vibe of it all so lake. Yeah well no I mean actual combat guy. They're gonna go that route a little bit. I did I'll give him back. Pat Chance Robert. Happy the thing that really really talented actor at eight. That are really late. The guy that wrote the script. La Bananas Directly. I think something like I wasn't usual. Bar Christian Bill Amino Anita like newsies are vital Alexan- it compared the Harley Quinn and birds of prey. It's GonNa look like a masterpiece. All right so yes so anyway. After Batman goes upstairs things too tired to eat WE FLASH FORWARD FORWARD TO FIVE thirty two. PM and Tim following jean-paul home and then he's like. Hey I'm your teacher turned. Turn get it. Would he puts his costume on. People's like your Robin it's like. Yeah this is a kid. He works for Batman. My wonder who he is. We know he's got a whole way. Gaiger Rabins true true. You know you're one of the live ones okay. Exactly exactly. And then he is gene poetry orphan. So I didn't know oh did he throws Jean Paul Lake Ten. We never talked about. He's not an earth thing yet. It's only half oilers only half right now but yeah he he Thurs training uniform which is GonNa Look Kinda familiar millier. Why does that matter where black? That's our that's our recurring in GAC for this podcast get into it. What does that mean? We're back brace anyway. Oh sorry anyway. Batman versus at home meditating but always sees like bosses of blood. Good Yeah Orphans. I thought I'm surprised I'm surprised Kachin. Instead of like just like a like a generic box of blood surprise. He was just like haunted by visions. Like Jason Todd Hod Barbara Gordon later. Barbara Gordon Yeah it. That comes later so while he's meditating. Yeah we see team Paul suited up in this in his Al Wahda blue training suit look familiar. Anyone looked familiar. Maybe Kinda SORTA even with the tassels on his head look familiar or give you hints ring. A bell nineties were weird. Timmy points outlook. It's denied. These pouches on suit to have guns guns because when a Batmans people as yet not yet so Odiaun nifty little bracelet that shoots out you're out grappling hook and stuff. I don't think that's how that works. You break your wrist. But that might does. She know a thing on your wrist. That shootout rope seems kind of familiar. Is it just mainly Peter. Parker have a word with some nuts right so then they go go out Robin and AS Roma Go. How they're falling Tony Chaco? Jean Paul's like I said it matters. I know that was him again. But yeah team. pulsing made him this morning so they follow him. You know on the rooftops fought. Yes they've well that's we're Batman lives is on the route paps signed. Yes and they follow him to ask out Scott's garage in your favorite biker gang li'l skulls I mean not street the unions come on am bite. You're you're still industrial. Secrets is a holly the cross country. Your name okay. Sons of one of my favorite. TV show wait up. Biker came to in the skulls calls. It goes driver here. Probably Tim and Jean Team Pulgar to the roof today. There's a US skylight. Why do people often build skylights on older buildings because they wanna one of the things because okay so it's doing gloom right does finally decide to shine and everybody wants to absorb? It doesn't happen often very blended I guess but you got so many freaks and vigilantes runner on us to ask in trouble. Don't victim blame bill So so yeah that they see the gang up on their bikes bands suspects. They detoured from running drugs. UGH In guns peddling best royal secrets so seal. That's how that works. That's not a leak. You may those are very different. Skill sets like all of them say they're trying to better them different skills it. This is their night school. And yeah steep learning curve and Gotham Kazaa Doc Batman thing so yeah so Jean Paul and Tim Swing after them and this whole hard so tony. What helps the skulls breaking the waves tax? Joe The security guard. You'll frank it's me Tony. LemMe aren't and making fun of the flu. Hellfire this book is. It's going to say I married one. I created one. They're never but people eggs is the stereotypes nearly bro Parts. Twenty two at once. We should know better. I guess the Sopranos didn't come out thoroughly two thousand study. No respect Sir Tim. Tim and Jean Paul get there. I don't have any weapons on family. I had my sword award and A Sword Wolf Flaming Sword Rafe the metal now but then tim he's like you can have certain types of weapons but hang not me never overkills enough that you know nothing Well this Batman doesn't kill look at their fortunately and so then Tim one of his collapsible staffs those were neat. Yeah that is cool to fit under taper. Well I don't think is the mundane had one it wasn't collapsible. Is it not a sword August in the early days when he was trying to maybe the camera fills collapsible as remembered. desma Mercer Nina Danes. Like let we kill. Yes yes pay. Where did this only innocent days? Low thirty new anil. Jason in carnage blamed.

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"rabins" Discussed on The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani

The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani

10:15 min | 1 year ago

"rabins" Discussed on The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani

"Was an oil. Give me a bit of abuse jokes so we press conference when he starts. Ah Go back and listen different. Roy Moore Gone Morgan. We don't think it was that Bob the Holy Shit. How impressive Eze like using? Yeah no very good very good. We didn't know we could be as well. Oh yeah yeah great. Great incredible story but this youtube shows. Yeah the guy lost all the way. Yeah pains me up next more. He sent me a link there for the show I'm GonNa embedded into the articles that after this episode. So he's going to have a look of his one. I'm sure there's a soap. Toil option there on youtube especially when it's like the popularity of this show is he's saying like millions of US was every every year and he's still they wanna like it's an ongoing thing so is his is fan. Base will continue to grow. If if it's got its social media attraction. Looks cool anyway okay. So yeah he's very popular and I think it's weird the Francais. We look at. You know it's Sorta the same with Tom. Duquesne was well when he was fighting. Like Tom. wisden mainstream documentaries humanities and stuff like that and so but that's a good thing I'm excited to see you when you know. It does known in France and a couple of months or whenever it was supposed to be this month. And it's it's they're not they're not hearing it here so it's fine and I think it'll be interesting to see how the French people will take to these to these athletes and when they got behind them so they seem to have a good track record. Hope Continues Yeah. I mean as I said to him was like fourth of all like when I'm thinking about this French card this year I'm like Cyril gone is going to be huge. Yeah and get solid from chaos. W boy I mean the numbers. He's getting dwarf out. Those guys like the is a huge huge presence online. The enemy huge fan base. So I feel like if he can get that belt it will be a great zone over the UFC on like it would be ideal like this. This is a guy that's obviously very experience with the media. He's very experienced with the spotlight. He's going up. We'll do lots of interviews. Who's well known you know? I feel like it's A. It's a win win. He's got to get that balance I and I don't have cage or I mean Burnett is GonNa want to fight him definitely when he has the interim toil so I don't know how that's GonNa play. Put Him I wanted to ask you because we just skimmed over there at the at the start of the show. Peter that Dublin card against brands wanted to everybody was mos- looking looking for whatever. This is what we wanted to see when ballatore flow with this idea was international. US Florida's taken on Aggo is an que- levy premise. After Prim is doing what he did to Tim Tim Wild and queely under Roy in scope was just so interesting and a and look fair plate. The Chris Bond Guide steps waiting. That's a bit weird. Actually because wasn't quite. He tried to fight bond guide on the hour. We were talking about it for ages. I don't really understand. I know it's it's disappointing on. It was one of those faults as you mentioned there that it was a tight lamb later. Peters went in our fight. He's claims to go. I'm going to tell you the shots for brands. So so it is disappointed. And I'm just interested to see what ballatore going to do. Paul Rabins there and obviously you fall out and the pound for him. Roy and scope and Georgie Karake on Z.. In they're we're going to be fighting him so that's a great for yeah. Yeah it's the one that should be bumped off for me but Asher listen we who knows what what what the Brazil do there but yeah it's really disappointing and a few their opponents fallen off names so it's taken a bit away from the car for me and in my opinion and I'm sure the fans will turn out in force. Yeah I mean I mean. I'm looking at the carrot here on. Just look the take ourselves our situation. We can't we can't be looking at this we are. We are or Jamaica Megan from an international perspective. What is going to get you excited here? Geller recall obviously at the top of the character and a very important one. Like I mean dip. There'd be in big trouble if they lost that. Come on Dan them. Of course like I mean Redmond V. Californian is huge for internationally right like I mean. It's it's one of the best new ORLEANS AGAINST A WELL-ESTABLISHED L. established Baladora for different. If you said it found him also happen to fight. And that's the one that report you're always on after it and as you said Doc we'd air show yeah that should go open place of course children because there's not like in terms of international interest. It's very very sort of domestic the rest of the card in terms of UK and artem fighters. If you look in the fall you carton of income belongs a great it is very good fight and my favorite is Is Banditism Malambo. That's that's unbelievable. Unbelievable fighter even forgot to those looking car. That's probably the best fighting paper brilliant macho up really really exciting fight there and so you guys who are really impressed me Yeah the hit side where we're struggling a little bit tink so common very high level against his iron go but I mean it's just it's not a name that's GonNa compel people you know people in terms of draws. Yes it's it's it's it's top heavy and we've lost a few those names already. So and Peter Peter brings a big big craves and I think Paul's opponents as well as a world title eliminator next Saudi that come along just to see design the disease go like a lot of these because I know the people that are in them like are more Peter. v Crawford is like you know like Roddy V. Duncans are good for you know even Flurry v more. But it's just like you know do people from the the. US look at this and go. Oh my God you know but do they need to like I mean. It's just just baladora favors. We've talked about this again. They were getting things. Roy Putting on our fight but you have to Abaco plan sometimes as well on maybe oil at that more and more today international audience because this is going on. You know it's not going on TV in the in the US. So I'm not so sure. How many people are going to be interested in a lot of those in the US if they're trying to use numbers environments Yeah Yea Gallery is obviously going to be big TV in the US them over there boredom? Yeah I guess it's it's we're going to have to see how it goes like. Do you think it did it. Does it affect numbers at still going to see a sell out like you think that will you know put. It's not look I can understand from Balladur's perspective a little bit right. We keep on going like Oh we want these voice in this voice they keep sound place. What's the incentive lick? What's their incentive? You know the reason why it's because local founds talked about this before. We thought it's not what they're doing in the marketplace themselves because those those four or five hundred fucking tickets per project or whatever like it's only a nine and a half thousand Serena on yeah it probably will be solid because the race. It's way better than are your main events. Yeah but like most people don't know what's going on you know if they're going on this talk going into a mainstream audience. They've done in northern to make an imprint in it in my opinion That's just being realistic. You when you hear about on even tell them that you know ballatore you'll hear them talk about. USC like a feeling of really picks for a week. You know like you hear People Gab. People are generally won't be talking about MMA or Balladur date now on of Amazon in three arena bowl. Yeah I understand what you're saying. All all right. We'll have to wait and see how it goes. Down on February twenty-second Not long now is Louie weeks away two weeks three Inbetween Inbetween Days Roy. We'll look from belmore to back to the. UFC am joy. Heribert made his debut on that loan. Then carrot it's a beautiful. Nobody love it against mark. keiser speaking the joy this from your point of view you like all the pressure mark there. Everyone internationally knows my. They've seen them in big fights he has you know he's been in there he's established in the NFC whereas whereas joys coming in people will look and they'll say well this is his debut coming in on short notice that expect that mark will be favorite right. So I mean he comes in and he leads the ACACIA Geza. He is off to the races and I also feel like Whitley on the carrot. It's great for him. It's going to put an extra. Yeah totally you don't have to even ask me on. He's just GonNa Taddeo. Radio joined like every interview. You know what I mean. So that's that's perfect. Of course it's it's it's sadly on a tink maybe there for you can't Arlen Funds. It's not so much of a maybe discrepancy. If you're looking all yeah they've never seen joy for they don't watch cage were surprise throws down and buying thus the fight. I'm looking at seen I think markle to. Should we be resolved. We saw what marketing anything's Pakhalina Manchester. A few years go zone believable. Well I do favor joy in the store you can exchange. I know how dominant yeah arrested. Mark's trying use the wrestling and this one I think that's that's what he talked about previously was gone back to maybe rates and get more wrassling in so it's really interesting fight lower. I think it's going to be. NFC War on you know probably early days thirty doors potential flaws in life right. They're eating so I think like I mean if wrestling for three point unipolar damn yeah. It's a look seeing what joy did against Steve O'Keefe outcrop for so long and then he You know it was the first opportunity he got he finished so I mean that's the type of go he is and he's great crack to look again the gnome or these interviews going on so down to earth and so yeah. Let's go over to the joy interview and we'll be back shortly. We offer it to happen. We asked the.

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"rabins" Discussed on The MMA Beat

The MMA Beat

10:15 min | 1 year ago

"rabins" Discussed on The MMA Beat

"Was an oil. Give me a bit of abuse jokes so we press conference when he starts. Ah Go back and listen different. Roy Moore Gone Morgan. We don't think it was that Bob the Holy Shit. How impressive Eze like using? Yeah no very good very good. We didn't know we could be as well. Oh Yeah Yeah Great. Great incredible story but this youtube shows. Yeah the guy lost all the way. Yeah pains me up next more. He sent me a link there for the show I'm GONNA embedded into any articles that after this episode. So he's going to have a look of his one. I'm sure there's a soap. Toil option there on youtube especially when it's like the popularity of this show is he's saying like millions of US was every every year and he's still they wanna like it's an ongoing thing so is his is fan. Base will continue to grow. If if it's got its social media attraction. Looks cool anyway okay. So yeah he's very popular and I think it's weird the Francais. We look at. You know it's Sorta the same with Tom. Duquesne was well when he was fighting. Like Tom. wisden mainstream documentaries humanities and stuff like that and so but that's a good thing I'm excited to see you when you know. It does known in France and a couple of months or whenever it was supposed to be this month. And it's it's they're not they're not hearing it here so it's fine and I think it'll be interesting to see how the French people will take to these to these athletes and when they got behind them so they seem to have a good track record. Hope Continues Yeah. I mean as I said to him was like fourth of all like when I'm thinking about this French card this year I'm like Cyril gone is going to be huge. Yeah and get solid from chaos. W boy I mean the numbers. He's getting dwarf out. Those guys like the is a huge huge presence online. The enemy huge fan base. So I feel like if he can get that belt it will be a great zone over the UFC on like it would be ideal like this. This is a guy that's obviously very experience with the media. He's very experienced with the spotlight. He's going up. We'll do lots of interviews. Who's well known you know? I feel like it's A. It's a win win. He's got to get that balance I and I don't have cage or I mean Burnett is GonNa want to fight him definitely when he has the interim toil so I don't know how that's GonNa play. Put Him I wanted to ask you because we just skimmed over there at the at the start of the show. Peter that Dublin card against brands wanted to everybody was mos- looking looking for whatever. This is what we wanted to see when ballatore flow with this idea was international. US Florida's taken on Aggo is an que- levy premise. After Prim is doing what he did to Tim Tim Wild and queely under Roy in scope was just so interesting and a and look fair plate. The Chris Bond Guide steps waiting. That's a bit weird. Actually because wasn't quite. He tried to fight bond guide on the hour. We were talking about it for ages. Don't really understand I know it's it's disappointing on. It was one of those faults as you mentioned there that it was a tight lamb later. Peters went in our fight. He's claims to go. I'm going to tell you the shots for brands. So so it is disappointed. And I'm just interested to see what ballatore going to do. Paul Rabins there and obviously you fall out and the pound for him. Roy and scope and Georgie Karake on Z.. In they're we're going to be fighting him so that's a great for yeah. Yeah it's the one that should be bumped off for me but Asher listen we who knows what what what the Brazil do there but yeah it's really disappointing and a few their opponents fallen off names so it's taken a bit away from the car for me and in my opinion and I'm sure the fans will turn out in force. Yeah I mean I mean. I'm looking at the carrot here on. Just look the take ourselves our situation. We can't we can't be looking at this we are. We are or Jamaica Megan from an international perspective. What is going to get you excited here? Geller recall obviously at the top of the character and a very important one. Like I mean dip. There'd be in big trouble if they lost dot com and Dan them of course like I mean Redmond V. Californian is huge for internationally right like I mean. It's it's one of the best new ORLEANS AGAINST A WELL-ESTABLISHED L. established Baladora for different. If you said it found him also happen to fight. And that's the one that report you're always on after it and as you said Doc we'd air show yeah that should go open place of course children because there's not like in terms of international interest. It's very very sort of domestic the rest of the card in terms of UK and artem fighters. If you look in the fall you carton of income belongs a great it is very good fight and my favorite is Is Banditism Malambo. That's that's unbelievable. Unbelievable fighter even forgot to those looking car. That's probably the best fighting paper brilliant macho up really really exciting fight there and so you guys who are really impressed me Yeah the hit side where we're struggling a little bit tink so common very high level against his iron go but I mean it's just it's not a name that's GonNa Compel people you know people in terms of draws. Yes it's it's it's it's top heavy and we've lost a few those names already. So and Peter Peter brings a big big craves and I think Paul's opponents as well as a world title eliminator next Saudi that come along just to see design the disease go like a lot of these because I know the people that are in them like are more Peter. v Crawford is like you know like Roddy V. Duncans are good for you know even Flurry v more. But it's just like you know do people from the the. US look at this and go. Oh my God you know but do they need to like. I don't know I mean it's just just Baladora favors. We've talked about this again. They were getting things. Roy Putting on our fight but you have to Abaco plan sometimes as well on maybe all at that more and more today international audience because this is going on. You know it's not going on TV in the in the US. So I'm not so sure. How many people are going to be interested in a lot of those in the US if they're trying to use numbers environments Yeah Yea Gallery is obviously going to be big TV in the US them over there boredom? Yeah I guess it's it's we're going to have to see how it goes like. Do you think it did it. Does it affect numbers at still going to see a sell out like you think that will you know put. It's not look I can understand from Balladur's perspective a little bit right. We keep on going like Oh we want these voice in this voice they keep sound place. What's the incentive lick? What's their incentive? You know the reason why it's because local founds talked about this before. We thought it's not what they're doing in the marketplace themselves because those those four or five hundred fucking tickets per project or whatever like it's only a nine and a half thousand Serena on yeah it probably will be solid because the race. It's way better than are your main events. Yeah but like most people don't know what's going on you know if they're going on this talk going into a mainstream audience. They've done in northern to make an imprint in it in my opinion That's just being realistic. You when you hear about on even tell them that you know ballatore you'll hear them talk about. USC like a feeling of really picks for a week. You know like you hear People Gab. People are generally won't be talking about MMA or Balladur date now on of Amazon in three arena bowl. Yeah I understand what you're saying. All all right. We'll have to wait and see how it goes. Down on February twenty-second Not long now is Louie weeks away two weeks three Inbetween Inbetween Days Roy. We'll look from belmore to back to the. UFC am joy. Heribert made his debut on that loan. Then carrot it's a beautiful. Nobody love it against mark. keiser speaking the joy this from your point of view you like all the pressure mark there. Everyone internationally knows my. They've seen them in big fights he has you know he's been in there he's established in the NFC whereas whereas joys coming in people will look and they'll say well this is his debut coming in on short notice that expect that mark will be favorite right. So I mean he comes in and he leads the ACACIA Geza. He is off to the races and I also feel like Whitley on the carrot. It's great for him. It's going to put an extra. Yeah totally you don't have to even ask me on. He's just GonNa Taddeo. Radio joined like every interview. You know what I mean. So that's that's perfect. Of course it's it's it's sadly on a tink maybe there for you can't Arlen Funds. It's not so much of a maybe discrepancy. If you're looking all yeah they've never seen joy for they don't watch cage were surprise throws down and buying thus the fight. I'm looking at seen I think markle to. Should we be resolved. We saw what marketing anything's Pakhalina Manchester. A few years go zone believable. Well I do favor joy in the store you can exchange. I know how dominant yeah arrested. Mark's trying use the wrestling and this one I think that's that's what he talked about previously was gone back to maybe rates and get more wrassling in so it's really interesting fight lower. I think it's going to be. NFC War on you know probably early days thirty doors potential flaws in life right. They're eating so I think like I mean if wrestling for three point unipolar damn yeah. It's a look seeing what joy did against Steve O'Keefe outcrop for so long and then he You know it was the first opportunity he got he finished so I mean that's the type of go he is and he's great crack to look again the gnome or these interviews going on so down to earth and so yeah. Let's go over to the joy interview and we'll be back shortly. We offer it to happen. We asked the.

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"rabins" Discussed on Animal Spirits Podcast

Animal Spirits Podcast

10:22 min | 1 year ago

"rabins" Discussed on Animal Spirits Podcast

"Hold on what syndrome where you buy a car and then you see that all over the wrote or you buy a dog and you don't stop seeing that dog like my looking for this. It's possible I think honestly I called. Is this a form of confirmation bias. I think people are just covering it more but give amy Rabins here. There was an article in. I believe this was the New York Times that Youtube is taking the blue checkmark. They're basically making a lot of viewers on verified and I mean obviously the influencers are freaking out. Somebody wrote quote. I'm really sorry to the creators who are being unverified on Youtube today. This decision is really pointless and it's yet another change. Not a single person asked for please know that you're still valid as a creator and I hope that a stupid checkmark doesn't doesn't discourage you said James Charles Prominent Youtuber with more than sixty million subscribers. I guess I'd never knew that being a check. Mark on Youtube mattered but Palin for some people it it. Does I think that's where it does matter so it helps you get way more subscribers or pushes you up in listings or whatever right. Seo Stuff so now they're saying that the channel the must not only belong to the real creator artist public figure accompanying clinched represent it must also presents a well-known creator that is widely recognized outside of Youtube sube so they are literally pricking the bubble the air out changing the rules okay by the way the person who sent us a really really really long email on me saying literally too often. I just caught myself. You're right. I'm doing wrong. They're not literally pricking their out of the bubble. I guess it's figuratively figuratively. I'm sorry that's the thing maybe all the comments you usually get on twitter and now gonNA migratory email inbox so carefully you wish for. I thought about that while we're talking about you too. We should mention to that at compound youtube channel where we have some other videos for the firm. We're GONNA be doing an animal spirits playlist their and we are now using some actual nice cameras to to do our video clips and we're GONNA do three or five minutes of highlights every week so again. Go to the compound and find us there. I guess we need to check mark to get more followers. I don't need a check mark. I am who I am Ben. That's true and actually you want more evidence that the air is figuratively coming out of the bubble. Okay I feel like your way way early on this but keep going ahead with your influence or bubbles stuff. Okay call a company a tweeted some survey from. I think it was interns. Look at this graphic graphic when it comes to loyalty brands come before products and influencers often don't influence so they said our interests said their loyalty lies with forty one percent said the brand and twenty six percents of the product and only four percents that influence her I don't buy I don't buy this boom no way I feel like this is Matt Survey. The survey backs me up. I think it's legitimate I feel like the Kardashians are the total opposite of this where people buy whatever they say okay. That's an outlier okay. Can we talk about something else. Bartram instagram real quick or social media. What percentage of memes on instagram would you say and I'm still getting like. I'm still pretty nudity scrambled. What percentage of memes on there are literally. Just I just said it again. You did it you did it but this is true are literally screen shots of twitter placed on instagram. Okay so I'm just saying like twitter was there. I saw what all birds were there. I thought Amazon did okay so instagram is the knockoff all birds to twitter's offered. They're saying instagram. payless shoot all right moving on weight. We spoke about this earlier but you read this piece where Adam really thought about this but this is a great way to but how did this happen. How did we get to the point where we were worshipping at the altar of these idle founders and he said we've witnessed a having of journalists is two thousand eight while the number of corporate communication exacts has tripled in some the ratio of bullshit spent watchdogs has increased sixfold. I thought that was so spot on so you're saying they follow. All of traditional media has led to an increase in people being able to just spout whatever they want that coupled with the number of corporate communication executives. Yes I do think so something else I was thinking of. Are there any big tech founders these days that are actual likeable people. I've read all the books on musk and Zuckerberg and bezos in Steve Jobs. Didn't you like spotify profile. that's a good one all right. He's probably one of the few that has okay actually sounds like a pretty decent person and not he's not willing to like ripper. Throw it out just to pursue his business. You know who seems like a great guy. Just somebody that you want to have a beer with Mark Zuckerberg. Yeah totally not a robot at all. So did you read this Jim Grant Article at institutional investor or did they did a profile him. He writes grants. Interest rate observers been doing it since the early early eighties I ever take. I'm sure you have to take yet well after the crisis in two thousand everyone that I knew that were an institutional investor said like you have to subscribe subscribe to this and so we did and I read it and it's a really long. He's one of these throwback guys who read newsletter. He wears a Bowtie and he's a really eloquent writer. He writes really well. He gets really in depth on its conversations one of the points of this article. Is that a lot of times. He's just wrong like he was pretty good. He got ahead of the like the studios in two thousand eight but pretty much most of the stuff he's written since then that were big calls have been just blatantly wrong and one of them says he's a long-term hyper inflation and actually said listen. He came up in the seventies and he admits that probably colored his views and a lot of ways. He's constantly talking about. Fed Manipulation House. I was can lead to hyperinflation and the question of the article. One of the big questions was should subscribers of something like this. Should they care. This guy is wrong way way more than he's right. No you don't think so no and here's why I think that I don't know if he gets a pass the right word or the right way to put it. I think he definitely gets a pet. I mean he's been doing it for so long but for sure gets a pass. I think that he deserves a pass because he's not managing people's money right but this is the kind of thing that he's writing for for hedge fund managers. Yeah it big investors read. I feel like they're up on the smart stuff that's going on in the markets and that they are reading someone that they should be reading and it's really intelligent. So what's the problem I mean I don't know I guess it depends with people are actually taking his words to hearten acting on them who cares. I don't know all right. Yeah I mean it's a form of entertaining entertaining but it's a form of entertainment if he's a great writer and he does uncover certain things to make you think about things in a little bit differently these are big boy and girls that are investing people's. People's assets that are reading him. I don't think that he should shoulder any blame for anything. Yeah that's true. It's on the investor. I just know. A lot of investors followed his dire warnings. He's all the time and to their detriment but yeah. I guess you're right. It's more their fault his now if he was doing this and simultaneously managing money than I could could understand maybe some I don't know our where I work but yeah. There are a lot of people who do that. Yes so if you're writing and I think it's fair game okay. Actually we skipped over this but did you see this this article. Maybe the influence our bubble is deflating but the mean florence or bubble is inflating institutional investor wrote. I kind of walk us on back now. If he drinks white claw and whereas a fleece vest he might just be offend me influencer and they said the reigning actually we mentioned liquidity last episode who they they called the new rainy King of financial means. I'm going to ramp capitals had in that ring. I don't know this person is a and I didn't really realize there was a financial instagram. I've never even heard of this before. I actually just you start falling abundancy or maybe a few months ago. He's got some good stuff but the thing that I thought was interesting was the people that follow him. So it's mostly men onto thirty five between eighty five and ninety percent of somebody's followers between eighteen and thirty five only ten percent of the audience is over thirty five in excuse about eighty percent male and these are the people that I'm no longer listening to on twitter. It's based it's like investment banking people right pretty much that stuff flies so it's like making fun of people for Rang Fleece vast with their logo on it and EBA jokes and that sort of thing I get it. I get it all right so the streaming war seems to have picked up. It's intensifying who peacock is on NBC. Yes there are more streaming channels than there are channels else yes. It's GONNA be ridiculous. It's out of control. I'll still probably get most of them. I saw some chatter about a saved by the bell remake or continuation can really haven't tried that before and there was another remake talk to not go over. Well the princess bride yes. The Internet cancelled that very quickly quickly. Nothing was done all right. So how do you pronounce farmboys name in Real Life Kerry ELWAY'S L. I don't know I think it's always denise never seen this movie. was that you or someone else no god no. That's like one of my favorites. Okay good just making sure actually well two things to random things. I got a few things one last week. Fedex had the fourth worst day ever and I got a notification on my ring fourth day. Ever what stock okay was the first I ever went. Tom Hanks crashes plane not bad six nine right and I saw a fedex person delivering a package and I just kinda felt like it's sort of funny how most people on a day-to-day basis totally and rightfully don't give a shit about the stock market right like you think that person delivering the my package had any idea what was going on with that stock or should he care at all. I don't I think I care at all at the Fedex had his fourth to ever but was a reason for it. Uncertainty uncertainty was an all time high for Fedex that day. It was cited are are they worried about Amazon. Is that the deal or what why who else who cares you said earlier about these founders of young companies and maybe they have some attitude problems and they're not necessarily great people. Whatever put that aside when you read about what's going on with some of if these private companies have some technology that's going on. Doesn't it make you bullish on the future not necessarily on like the stock market progress in humanity and stuff like that. I I like the fact that there are people out there who are trying to make things better in their own way. Whether they're delusional or not yeah I can get behind that.

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"rabins" Discussed on Story Pirates Podcast

Story Pirates Podcast

05:25 min | 2 years ago

"rabins" Discussed on Story Pirates Podcast

"Path to ask. Dada. I'm so after many weeks of journey across the cheese planes of Jesus iffy. The rookie jeez. Clips of cheese Lavinia, and of course, mutable downtown. Wisconsin timely reached a plateau cheese melted. Approached the cheese. I am a rabbit who's obsessed with cheese soup. Got some big please tell me why two of cheese. Why do I always seem to Vanni all like even? Wait, wait backup. I just want to clarify something. There is geez at the mall. Yeah. Well, that is none of your concern. A rapid like you. Inside. Carrots, my houses made of parents. Rabins obsessed with carrots. That was a good. Cool. Who would she? It's so good to see you again. Bo you to Rollo. So how do you to know each other? Oh, Puccini Jianye used to be the best of friends. We went to pirates together. A we used to get into all kinds of trouble Wheeler, always Franken people goofing on each other and running on the labyrinth con. Sorry. What was the last thing? You just think the point is. We were friends who are always up to. No good. Isn't that? Right. Poaching. Yup. School and the pranking Duphin. Yeah. Yeah. Anyway, listen role. You know, what I'm starting a business with a couple of my buds you see? And I'm going to give you the opportunity of a lifetime to get in on the ground floor. I kind of my thing. Now, you know. But maybe what's the business yet? We'll come over here. And I'll tell you all about it. What is it? Pull g away from your friends. Okay further. Just just a little bit little bit further away at your show. Okay. Let me put it this. Simply. All right. We're talking fifty fifty split twenty K investment capital gains. No Moss's you provide the solutions. I provide the problems I'm talking graphs through the roof at shorts. Like, you have never seen kicked the nine to five to the carb and make money working from Hong smart from Sarasota did jogging shark tank, boom. What a pitch. Well, you've convinced me that sounds like a very business business how much money are you putting in how much money put? Well, see I don't have the money right now, so to speak, but I'm good for you know, me, I do know you, and I know that you are never good for it. It's time is different. I'm changed bird. You can trust me. Okay. Let me ask my friends. Don't do what you need to do. But act fast. This opportunity is once in a lifetime. And it's not gonna laxed parents Pucci has a very good business for us. We all have to give him my money. And then he will start the business. Can we trust him? What's the business hard to describe? But I trust poaching. And we trust you Rollo. Okay. So so what you're in? I'm going to write a check. I will pay cash coin take anything you got. Can I pay snacks? No, not snacks. Okay. I will also write a check. Thank you everyone. Now just sign this contract. And we're good to go. Yeah. That's it. And they're and an initial there and Don nice nice doing business with you guys tone. Okay. Everyone the ship is ours. You can fly. Wait. What's happening? What's that? What? That's

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"rabins" Discussed on Chicks in the Office

Chicks in the Office

04:22 min | 2 years ago

"rabins" Discussed on Chicks in the Office

"And Hathaway announced that there might be apprentice Irish three she went on watch rabins live and a caller called in. And it was like, I guess there there have there have been rumors about Princess diaries, three the I guess the author of the books there's a level. I mean, there's eleven books that are. So so many books. Had said that like there was a third script written or it was in the works or whatever. So Anne Hathaway confirmed that she said there is a script Julie Andrews in their producer is in. But that it has to be perfect. The they love it so much. They don't wanna mess. It up. Totally fair. If an Hathaway. Dangled presence Irish three in my face. And then takes it away for me Hobo, you already don't like boy. Well, it's yeah. And it's weird. And and I I don't I feel it makes me look like a bad person, which is fine. But it's like I love her as an actress like them roles. She plays great movies. Great movies devil wears product, Princess diaries. I love all those movies. I even like. What's what's some like? She was in broadcast oceans bride wars love bride wars. Love and other drugs. You one Jake Joan hall that want and but it's just like. I don't know the way like hers a person is what bothers me which is probably not fair because I don't know her as a person like just from interviews things. Just annoy me like even even on watcher happens live. Yes, it was a caller, but she was like teasing it, which is smart on her part. I guess she was teasing it right into the camera. It was just like Julius in. Debra what's her face in? I got chills as she was just looking directly into the camera lens smirking. And she knew she was getting the people going somebody in the watch Abbas live audience must have gas like so loud because he was like, oh that was so cute. Like, so like and all off she was on the episode with math. Hey, which is so funny because my Khanna is just sitting there, and he liked laughed at the at audience member that laughed, and he was like, oh, we're going some inside scoop. Audience is very reactive. There's only twenty people. There on time there, there is a script. I wanna do it. Julie wants to do Debra Martin chase. Our producer wants to do it. We all really want it to happen. It's just we don't wanna do it. Unless it's perfect because we love it just as much as you guys love it. It's important to us as it is to you. And we don't want to deliver anything until it's ready, but we're working on its how very cool. All right. I'm pumped because I a few months ago. I was remember I was watching Princess diaries, prints diaries, too. Damn shame. There's a purchase diaries three. We need an update on her life. What happened at need updates so bad? So I'm so excited. I really hope this happens. I missed really Andrews. I've just I need her on my tease, my queens. She's just I just need her back like on the screen thing. So blessing, and I need to know what happened with her. And Joe like are they are they still together? Chris pine is crisp concurs pine being it because let me tell you the salt and pepper vibes. Chris pine is rocket right now would fit Lord nNcholas Devereaux. Yeah, you're right. It would like wouldn't that be such a good progression for his character? Would I was actually just about to say they're already I into Princess diaries, three without hair? Every time. I also every time I think of Genova I think of us just like blackout twenty first day with Kelly Keith singing the entire Jovian theme song. Yeah. In the middle of the bar. I just the funniest part about that was that I kind of forgot that that happened intil, Hank. The next morning said you Fran Kelly kept anointing me the the Princess of Genova. We were going up to go. Yes..

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"rabins" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

02:47 min | 2 years ago

"rabins" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Welcome central Arkansas Wednesday night at five thirty on NewsRadio. Eight forty. Wednesday night, five thirty okay. Early game. Uh-huh. Well, Santa has not come through for that guy. We talked about a few weeks, always a motivational speaker. And he's a fame ho that's what works. He knows how to use staff kookiness to get attention. He's a motivational speaker in meal rally band. Says he feels like a forty nine year old, according to Dutch law. He is still sixty nine years old. Apparently a court. There has rejected Mr. rabins request to shave twenty years off his age in a case that drew worldwide attention why. Because so many people say they want to change who they are they identify as whatever I'm trying as a tomato. And you shall call me tomato, man. Okay. All right tomato, man. So you sell call me tomato person. I have no gender. I'm but a tomato. Okay. Whatever. The court now saying Mr. Rodman is at liberty to feel twenty years younger than his real age and to act accordingly, but amending his date of birth would cost twenty years of records to vanish from the register of births deaths marriages and registered partnerships. This would have a variety of undesirable, legal and societal implications. That's so true. You can't evaporate two decades. Because things have happened. The guy has interacted he's done things. And so we can't wipe those away. It was a clever way to get attention for himself though. He says if other people can identify as this than I defy as that wouldn't that set off a firestorm? So he he's he felt like a forty nine year old. Why should he be a sixty nine year old the court rejecting the arguments saying that unlike in the case of name or gender Dutch law assigns rights in obligated based on age such as the right to vote and the duty to attend school. If Mr. rattled bands request was allowed those age requirements would become meaningless. So there you go. That's the follow up on that particular story. One guy who must be feeling a little younger is Nick Sabin. He's pulled off yet. Another one Georgia had him. They had him in that game for the SEC championship Saturday. Of course, Georgia's no longer in the four that matter the ones who have a chance to bite off a national championship, so Alabama survives Georgia who a lot of people said Georgia just falls over itself. They just don't know what to do on a close out a deal just inside.

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"rabins" Discussed on World News Analysis

World News Analysis

05:14 min | 2 years ago

"rabins" Discussed on World News Analysis

"Tours in life, sometimes one put one to one person to person coming occasion. That mentor can teach you really good stuff. Right. Who can guide you and who can tell you what to do. And then put what you learned from mental classes. Oh books into practices. Just some. Is go out to meet people and reflecting summarize off towards because you want to learn lesson and you want to improve your skills. Right. So there's a will there's a way, but don't be lazy. Don't just you know, engage in computer gaming all the time. Because afterwards, nobody university students are like not. You know, pushing you hey should study. It's all self discipline. We, you know in nineteen Ninety-two famous book was published. It was called men are from Mars and women yet revenus, right? I learned so much from the okay? So people should read books like that. But then also there's a couple of things that they should do. So we have a joke in New York. If you ask people how to get to the premier performing arts place. Carnegie Hall the joke. Answer is practice practice practice. And so you have to practice, and we we have had a famous baseball player who was a mango or a murderer of the English language and Yogi Berra was his name. And he came up with all these useless sayings, but you have to think about them and one of the things he said is you can observe a lot by watching. Okay. So you can observable watching about how men are from Mars and women are from Venus by seeing how people interact, and I think that's this course, because this course, is not the theory of relationships or the the theory of dating it's watching how people interact in dating and other situations. So I think practice practice practice is one of the things and that you can observe a lot. But watching as a Chinese I was extremely curious about because Chinese were more conservative. Right. And this is actually asked people to to to to to interact with the opposite sex in front of other students. You know, it's like what we go to most forward even right from being being so embarrassed to do such a thing as a collective Savan, you know, winning whatever. And then this causes putting people ride in front of everybody else was doing. So it's really boat. And I want to talk about I think it should be done earlier. And I'll tell you one thing in America that's happening. Now, there's a lawsuit litigation going on between Asian students and Harvard University entrance rate, right? And one of the things that came out during the trial was that Asians Chinese particularly were consistently marked down on things like positive personality likeability. Kindness courage being respected. So this is why I think that we have to combine not only the how how to how to date, but also the how to interrelate to other people because I think is a shame that Harvard markdown those people whether it was by accident or design or by actual survey. Shen, I don't know. But I think that there's a common perception that Asians in general Chinese people to as well particular have don't have as good interpersonal skills as some others, and I think to be on a level world playing field. We need to have more education. More focus. Let's say on these kinds of issues and skills dating is just too narrow exactly some indications as better, although it's boring. So the practicing and communication can be defunding. Asian dating and. Broader range of relationships send us o on communication. What havi just mentioned you can observe a lot by watching and we can add that you can practice a lot by action. So now, we come to the full topic smog. Guests into a brain. Our guest feel it. Okay. And you study shows chronic exposure to air pollution could be linked to eight cognitive performance. Research is believed that negative impact increases with age and a fax men with less location. The words and study includes researchers from picking university in Yale University in the US over the full years. The math and verbal skews of some twenty thousand people in China were monitored by the city and as racist believed that the results have global rabins with mode and eighty percent of the world's urban population breathing unsafe levels of air pollution in this affects nen the worst..

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"rabins" Discussed on True Crime Brewery

True Crime Brewery

02:35 min | 2 years ago

"rabins" Discussed on True Crime Brewery

"It is safe and quiet. So this was very very unexpected. I'd like to suggest that you please to an episode on the Santa Claus murders in Santa Claus, Georgia. I would love to hear your take on it. Thank you. So is this something we should do Christmas? I don't know about Christmas. Stroking? I'm just kind of a weird name tone. I never knew there was a town name that. No. And the the streets are named after reindeers and stuff like that. That should be a hallmark movie. Nut number case briefly this Georgia couple back in nineteen ninety seven a couple who cared for foster children were found shot to death in their home with two of the kids. I think the two kids had been killed with their kids. Not the foster kids, I logically biological kids. Thank you pre other kids kidnapped by this sale, and they were released unharmed. I wonder why that would be that's strange. Why would you kill two? And then unless there's some kind of data against that family, personally, you know, possibly there are two other children that were left at home. There were unharmed how they had a lot of kids there. I think there were three or four foster children and three or four their children. So there's a good possibility that these were really good people trying. To do something positive in the world. So the person who was arrested as a guy named Jerry, Scott Hyler, and he had lived with the couple briefly while he was trying to overcome drug and alcohol problems. So he was charged with the murders. And I didn't get too much into that. And then he has been convicted of the murders and sentenced to death, and I don't know a few still on death row or still alive. So I figured I'd look at that a little more closely. Okay. She that kinda makes me think of the green mile with us two little girls were killed by the guy that was working on the farm and living with the family. Exactly. Okay. We have another case suggestion from Korean Kelly, and this is edited a bit. It says we are husband and wife who listened to every TC podcast, you guys are just wonderful, etc. Cetera. The first is the case of prostitute, Robin Benedict murdered by tufts professor William Douglas, married with three children, which involves Robin a hopeful student at the road is. Island school of design in William Douglas, tufts professor embezzling funds to pay for his dirty little secret rooted in Boston's combat zone. The combat zone was rabins final career choice after only two courses.

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