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"rafi" Discussed on ABC Radio MELBOURNE
"It's not only this visual component. You've also got this with the extensive, brighter and and the slow and serious contemplation on this stuff. It's that you can see and just to finish. It's such an important way for us to contemplate this country. And now he's a sections with each other at is, the place for this is in it to stop and to be silent with it. Last questions yeah, and to call in Actually, the people who do know what they're talking about. It's being a major component of the project. See, I might have had some inklings but to call in the experts and to ask them to put their purpose. You know, Perspectives forward. Yeah, it's lovely. There's humility, unnecessary one for all of us to have in that way. Yes, yeah. So people could go along with you guys free around for very much longer in this cold climate. God, I'm faced a morning Okay? Yes, and there will be opportunities for the audience to interact. Are there any other activities or Talks only thing I think so. But on the night It was on the Wednesday opening on the 28th of April at this time, Yeah, undercovered conditions. There's pre recorded conversation with myself and Hannah Matthews, that Monash University of put out so, Yeah, and it's It's also being notated in that book as well. Yeah. Great. I was doing the characters. I was both you and Hannah. What a joy to be able to have a slow and you know, not long enough, but a nice sitting with the two of you in congratulations. On this collaboration, though we more I'm guessing Yeah. Yes, I've just basically is asked you, But if you're gonna date each other again, Yes, yes, It's just not enough room in the house for the work. We need to get your warehouse. Yes. Okay. That's a good idea. I don't know how to do that. But I'll you know, I'll just put it out there. Yes. Warehouse place. It's more work for me. Yeah, just dotting and tight hotting. They presenting together through the lens of visitation and incredible body of work is opening at MOMA. MoMA Monash University Museum of Art on Wednesday and we'll be running through until the 26th of June. It's been an absolute joy to have you. Thank you. Very thank you. Wonderful. 25 minutes past three. Kate Rafi,.
Rafael Nadal Is Out of the Australian Open
"At the Australian Open 20 time Grand Slam singles champion Rafi on the Dow will not win his 21st major title at this Australian Open. Nadal, who won the first two sets of his quarterfinals match against Stepan, most cc boss today lost the last 37664 and 75 Since he passed into the semifinals. Rafael Nadal is out the
"rafi" Discussed on BiggerPockets Business Podcast
"More about your businesses and anything else you wanna talk about sound. Good sounds good okay. I'm i'm gonna take question number one rafi. What was your very first. Or you're very worst job. I'll let you pick which one and what lessons did you take from it. That you're still putting into us today. Okay so i'm.
BTS #35 Excerpt: What is the Endocannabinoidome? w/ Vincenzo Di Marzo, PhD
"Absolutely. And for those listening that maybe don't have such a technical technical background on cannabinoids science. How would you describe the concept of the Endo cannabinoid Dome to somebody? Okay. So basically, you know with the word. Oh now we make new words containing the the the prefix the suffix off to identify very large system. So we have the Janome with the metabolism. We have the proteome and so on and so forth. So the Endo the endocannabinoid Ang Ang came in a way from you mentioned before the the study that roughly mechoulam in which we collaborating collaborated on the Entourage effect. So basically what we perceived is that in what we were measuring. In fact when we were measuring endocannabinoids is that this these two molecules and under minded to a g were accompanied by dog Plethora of other compounds and this compounds this metabolites were chemically and biochemically similar meaning that you know, an undermined into a Jeep belongs to you know, mm different families of metabolites. And these are the Ennis. I'll at the moment and the and the monocyte whistles some of which were already known. In fact, even one of two thousand kids, but even longer than that before the end of cannabinoids were discovered. So the nobody knew really how these molecules were acting so Rafi in a vegetative way that this is really is his main feature is creativity and Imagination thought about this. These are accompanying molecules that are there too practical to make make the two big actors look even more important than they are so it's an Entourage or you know, when politicians go around and they take with them a lot of birth. Of the accompanying people and that that's certainly part of the of the picture but that then we started realizing that these compounds in fact do have a molecules do have targets of their own. So the endocannabinoid if you wish is is a kind of evolution of the of the Entourage effect. Molecules like the NSA little minds or the Mona Lisa started being investigated receptors were being found and and this created of course exciting but also complications because you know, the pharmacologists ended the drug developers were the therapeutic drug developers were we're thinking okay, we can we can manipulate wage levels of the end of since they are so strongly involved in pathology. We can manipulate the levels of the endocannabinoids of an undermined and 2G in order to make more of these compounds where they're needed or to reduce the amount their amount where they're produced in an excessive that manner so you can do that by manipulating the the degradation of the biosynthesis of endocannabinoids, but then when it was found that and we found we and many others that and under might has the same biochemical Pathways as other in a salad all mines which have different receptors from the cannabinoid. Just this created a strong complication. We cannot really manipulate the levels of an endermite in this way without manipulating the levels of the other previously known as entering compounds but having an identity and and in the mechanism of action of independent from the endocannabinoids of their own so they can have been a dome is basically the the the bigger System including Napoleon undermine and 2G and their main receptors which are simply one CB2 but also bought some of the other receptors foreign under my tend to agree because these are two very promiscuous molecules unlike THC. This is one major difference from between between the endocannabinoids and the plants and and happy now it's dead or at least between between the endocannabinoid and THC and then it was found that in fact, even the biosynthesis and degradation of of these 2 khong Will not be only mediated by one or two enzymes there was a redundancy of biosynthetic and degrading enzymes and and sometimes it ingredient X will not degrade enzymes because they were simply converting an undermined and 2 g into molecules which had different receptors. And this is you know, this is this may seem strange but not two people like like me off at the bioactive lipids all their life, you know, all bye-bye activities are transformed into something different and come from something different with the different biological a month or so, and then there is the containers of an under my dental legited what we call the previously the Entourage compound which have their own receptors, even though they share with the endocannabinoid the same battle synthetical Pathways. And then finally there were other molecules which have different biochemical dead. Pathways as the end of cannabinoids better nevertheless, they're not congeneres. They're not like cousins not they're not like brothers and sisters but their cousins so you have a tennis I'll amide. And in fact when we collaborated with the and with with the with the other groups, we we found that in fact particularly with the group of my coworker the late my coworker. We we found that many many compound many amino acids could make a might with fatty acids and this could create an almost incredible number of new combinations between the 10 or 15 fatty acids and 20 amino acids. So just just imagine all the permutations and and so this compounds actually exist as as the group of other brands show as also recently investigated and and so it's really we're talking now about a huge number of chemical mediators. So the endocannabinoid open their containers their analogues, which may or may have not different similar biochemical Pathways normally have different receptors dead. We we talking about the several other targets that undermined into the G have Beyond City 162. We're talking about other enzymes. So we're talking about something something about more than a 250 chemical mediators more than fifty enzymes and and receptors and some of these receptors were actually known previously like the wage channels or the or the P bars and and and the interesting thing is that you know, of course we when the end of conversation became so big Then the next question was okay. THC is the only out of 100 and more a plan cannot be known that interact with the endocannabinoid system. What about maybe maybe if you don't look only at the end of can access them, but we look at the expanded n. Can have this Summit this and maybe the other cannabinoids with interact with the endocannabinoid home, even though they don't in fact with the entertainment system. This is true to a large
"rafi" Discussed on The Fighter And The Kid
"Start. Talking. About. Horses. On the back. To say, what do you mean surgery get no surgeries they get their eyes are in of like Asian they get them all men shape they get jobs done. I mean there's an example. Way before make knows more Western looking is bigger more western Japanese qlo-quote Code Ashi. Always. Call. She Line v Line when they either they shave off the actual bone to make it more like a V.. Or they do like injections, of Botox, which I've done and you have you done both talks for teeth grinding, but it makes your face look slimmer. because. There's muscles here that your mandible or whatever no master muscles they get super. Her Chin. Now, it's actually I would. Sleep. Now, they literally got the puts numbing thing on here, and then they just checked. The WHO Have cracks teeth. Sure. Sure you. Say What what you and tell me to do it. No, I think. You already have slender face, it'll make. A week. I saw. A wing I saw you might chain. Tick now you'll have a good. Time right now what's Your sort. SORTA wait. Surgery. Assuming my face skin anyway. It makes US Fatter Chin Dinner. The muscle it relieves muscle. So. You know your muscles clenching and he gets big just like when you work on your mouth staff gives you what's not hypertrophy. Atrophy. Muscles Rafi. Yes. Interesting. Pretty grinding have you ever heard that cat? Yes. Named to sleep in when you sleep what's up is that when you sleep you grind t never heard. That's I. Don't WanNa do I can't sleep comfortably with that stuff. This is like the easiest a lot of people do this. It's the easiest thing to do. Let me see you only had to get the ball one time. No, you have to do it every year or every three months back I get every year three. Somebody ten, the beginning three months but then your muscles start to beat they start to let go of clench. So, deepen though it goes into the bus right here. It's not super deep though it's not paying you feel it. I, feel it but it doesn't feel painful I'M A. And I love the dentist because I can handle those needles just. Yeah, I can handle all that. That's because I'd rather that than.
David Soto - The Draw of the CISO Position
"You need. You've been into space for while Ed you know coming from I think it's a unique perspective you've got going from the. The Sea so to the adviser and back to the sea like that. That's a really unique perspective to bring. What do you think the what are you keeps you going back to the sea. So role not got I. Just realized I said that like, why would you do that to yourself? Why would you do that to yourself? Man. Gun for punishments of. WanNa. WanNa. Continue. It's I always have this leaf than we can. We can still do better right and it's And I hope. That I am Yeah Glutton for punishment because I'll jump in here, I'll do it, and if I can prove, it can be done than everybody should be able to do it and Bhai though it runs me into hey, here can you take over and do this year? Yes. I do watch how lead by example and I think that's where gives me flipping back and forth also the other portion is it helps to get that experience again of being shoes of jumping over and then being adviser and helping others right I, run a seasonal round table here the few guys board members here in Orange County and we have. I wouldn't say crying session, we have normal session every. And we we go over you know what are the latest issues that were having? What are the things we're having to deal with and it's sometimes it's I opening sometimes it's you know some of us are sitting there going yeah. We we did that. Here's how we fix it. But IT'S A. It's always good I. Feel it's my way of giving back. It's it's interesting to to think about that because Rafi, we just talk last episode You know outgoing from C. so to earn maybe one of the previous episode right see. So to advisory role back. I lose track you know and kind of that. That idea you know like Oh, man, I've I've hit retirement but you know that's a fantastic point to bring up of you know when you start going out and doing that other side you lose touch sometimes with what's really going on you know and and all that expertise and all that stuff you have like i. see it sometimes you know in the development side like man all that great knowledge I had of dot net two point Oh you know isn't as relevant anymore these days it. If you're not going back into it, you lose touch with that and now that experience that got you there. As kind of you know is no longer relevant you know you have to kind of. into. that. Yeah and. If you're not flipping back and forth I think they sometimes, you do lose touch of some of it. Right? Not all of it but some it because some of the things that you take for granted like the political issues that we end up dealing with in the role, right you lose touch with not in it for so long. Right and it's how to get consensus across everybody. You may think by time you've been out of it for a while ago. I could have. You just do it this way and it's like now things have changed a little. I think we start asking the questions. Why can't you just do whatever like why is it so hard because I have to have seven indeed meetings before anybody listen to me it's like I think I think goes back adopted together. We used to joke about layers eight nine of the US I model management and budget. Oh Man. Oh, those layers yes we used to joke about that one. Even back. So give you an idea back when I was at some life even riding I'm there I remember I used to have constant meetings and people will be like you just do this and it just works and I'm like, no, you don't realize I have to get everybody on one side Wail and get them actually hitting the whale in that side. So it will turn gradually and they'll just take us time to get there because without getting consensus and without getting the pain for the whale the well, just keep going straight. There's no reason for her. and. That's I feel is one of the biggest hurdles that we ended up over having overcome. That's that's the truth I mean it's. The status quo can be shockingly difficult thing to overcome even in a world where we watched the news every day, and it's some some Some you know exploit don crazy somebody gets hacked. Somebody gets shamed another you know CEO is called before Congress like you think every would buddy would be cybersecurity crazy making it their number one priority and yet. Right. Yeah. No, it's making it. A priority across is just no, it's a they see it as utility right then. That's exactly how they hidden but by so I just like `electricity is in everything that we have in her doing same with security should be in everything that is done and that's how we should be teaching the CEO's and the CIO's and the board. Hey, look we're through everything and everybody's a member
2nd-ranked Simona Halep will skip U.S. Open tennis tournament
"Another big name tennis player pulls out of what's traditionally the last major of the year, while the U. S Open tennis tournament is scheduled to begin just two weeks from today, our country's most prestigious and popular tennis tournament will be missing some of the sports best players this year. Another one dropped out. Today. Women's World number two ranked Simona Halep, who won a tournament yesterday in Prague today announced on social media that quote after weighing up all the factors involved, and with the exceptional circumstances in which we Our living. I have decided that I will not travel to New York to play the U. S. Open, she wrote. I always said I would put my health at the heart of my decision, and I therefore prefer to stay and train in Europe of the top eight ranked women in the World six will not compete in the U. S open, including number one Ash party. On the men's side. Both Rafi on the Dow and Roger Federer are out Jared Max Fox
"rafi" Discussed on The Travel Wins
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The Rise And Fall (And Rise?) Of NASCAR
"Couple of weeks ago. I found myself at Daytona International Speedway in Daytona Beach Florida riding shotgun in a souped up race car attempting to hold onto my lunch as I- careened around the steep embankments of America's most famous race track at one hundred and twenty miles per hour on this kind of fun on Sunday. Morning in the driver's seat was Matt Humphrey the director of Racing Communications for Nascar. Now imagine doing this though. Two hundred miles per hour with thirty nine of your closest friends. Five by side knows the tail for three hours. You have to be in great shape. Yet and nerves of steel. Every year legions of race fans descend on this speedway for the big event in American motorsports the Daytona five hundred. Were they let you ride shotgun during the race right? Alaska was not writing during the race. Which is probably for the best of the best But seriously the Daytona. Five hundred is known as the great American race. It is one of the most attended sporting events in the country. Come Race Day the Standard Daytona can hold more than a hundred thousand screaming fans and by comparison if you look at football the NFL's largest stadium has a capacity of about eighty thousand but this year the super bowl of racing comes at a precarious time for Nascar the sports governing body in recent years. It has seen its TV ratings. And attendance numbers plummet. This is the indicator plant money. I'm Darius Rafi on and I'M GARCIA SHOW NASCAR facing a dilemma that a lot of businesses face. What do you do when you're winning? Formula is no longer so winning. Can NASCAR attract a new generation of fans without alienating the people that made the company so successful in the first place or is one of America's most popular spectator sports heading for crash? Oh Yeah I went there.
"rafi" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com
"Hey it was disrespectful downing no more on my roster basically Rafi jumping on around. I had no clubs a mall situation saying abuse. I thought I thought I had Usual you call number two number off. Maybe I might have missed it. The number of something. I might maybe got the wrong. Maybe I heard wrong. Something put the road digital was the best one I it is. I made sure that is. Do you want to call it? Yes we gotta go through that Who is this moment? Yeah absolutely? That's the best moment last time. I got fried. Offshoots was funny though but a couple months ago After Mambo at work or whatnot I wasn't him awed by a game and whatnot. I said she was straight. I ended up getting a number. However who she'd text texture that night the airman number the next day she said you cou too short dark and I think you here. I'll see what's.
The Economic Impact Of An Infectious Disease
"Haberman Dariz. Rafi on an. I'm Lena since Gary and we are the producers here on the indicator from planet money today. We're bringing you a story that that at first glance may not seem like it's about economics. We're talking about the corona virus so a little background earlier this month officials in China identified fight a new strain of Corona virus that had begun infecting humans causing an outbreak of respiratory illness. In Wuhan a city of about eleven million people and a major manufacturing hub. The virus has since claimed the lives of at least one hundred and thirty two people and infected more than six thousand people at least eighteen countries. The Chinese government women officially extended Lunar New Year holiday keeping schools and most businesses closed. Millions of people are now under strict. Quarantine will travel in and out of affected affected areas tightly. Controlled huge chunks of Chinese society have essentially ground to a halt and that's beginning to have some major economic impacts as the world's second largest economy a hugely important market for many global company is China is a major engine of growth for the world and now large parts of that engine are sitting idle. Global stock markets have been rocked in recent days with hotels and tour operators expected to be hit. Hard restaurant chains like starbucks McDonald's Donald and KFC have closed thousands of locations across China. United Airlines British Airways and air. Canada have canceled. Flights into the region apple adjusted its latest earnings forecasts forecast anticipating supply disruptions and automakers like General Motors Honda and Toyota have all shuttered plants in Wuhan but beyond all that beyond the impact on the bottom line and supply chain disruptions. This is also a moment of extreme fear and anxiety for the millions of people currently living under lockdown and at the end of the day emotion is just as powerful an economic force has anything else and so we wanted to know what are things actually like on the ground in China. What does it look like when an infectious disease? Outbreak shuts down one of the world's largest economies so we decided to reach out to NPR's Beijing correspondent. Emily Fang caught up with her as she was returning to Beijing. From Jiu Zhang a city of about four and a half million people just across the river from the quarantine zone. You'll hear that conversation soon after the break
The Bubble That Broke Kuwait
"And we've got got a doozy for you today. I'm joined by. Dr Is Rafi on Darius I cardiff Yes today I've got a story for you about one of the greatest stock bubbles of all time which occurred in of all places Kuwait Kuwait. Yes and the story begins in the late. Nineteen seventies during what is known as Kuwait's golden era so Kuwait had been this kind of sleepy desert outpost and then due to the massive influx of oil money. It became this bustling metropolis list. And I actually talked to a man named Saba Araya's who was a prominent businessman in Kuwait around this time and he talks about what Kuwait looked like when he was a kid. Growing growing up like Trinity. We have running water up happening structure The there was no air conditioning for looks up over elevators. And by the late nineteen seventies Kuwait had become this modern metropolis and it also become the financial center of the Middle East because they region was rocked by turmoil. At this point in Kuwait with its really well regulated financial sector and it's relatively stable political. Climate became came this magnet for all of this money that was fleeing turmoil. Elsewhere in the region is a pretty classic emerging markets story starts doing some things right and then all this money he starts coming in from other places And obviously that drove up prices in Kuwait's official stock market but it was very very tightly. Regulated it you know. There are lots of regulations about what kinds of companies could be listed there who was allowed to invest. How are they allowed to invest and made it very stable but it also made it kind of a boring place to invest all this money? That wants to invest in Kuwaiti companies. And if it can't do their maybe it will find some other way to invest invest in them. Well it did find another way. Basically right across the street from the official Kuwaiti stock market. A sort of love informal unofficial stock market developed it was known as the soup ALMANAC and it was literally in a air conditioned parking garage on the site eight of the old camel market and sugamo knock literally translates to the market at the place where the camels rest traders started gathering there and trading trading stocks amongst each other. And I spoke to Ben Craig who is a economic policy adviser for the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland. And he's written a lot about the suit GALMOC Manakh And I have to clarify here. That everything he said in our interview only represents his personal views. He doesn't represent the views of the Federal Reserve. But I talked to him about this sort of informal formal market that developed. It was seen as an area where you could have fun but what Claes stays in the soup. I don't think I've heard that one before for we'll basically the government said hey. We like having this innovative kind of risky market with big returns. But we don't want the risk to infect the rest has to the economy so they put all these rules in place that said banks are not allowed to touch the super. They can't lend money to people who are investing there. It's got to be completely cut off from the financial sector her but of course traders don't like this because they don't want to just trade with the money they have in their pocket they WANNA borrow money in and you know potentially get even higher returns turns and so the system developed between the traders in the soup that I think was a little bit ingenious. The couldn't borrow money from the bank. So what they did is they had this system of writing post dated checks so basically card if I want to buy a stock for meal. It's worth one hundred dollars now and I think it's going to go up in the future. All right you a check I I say one hundred ten dollars and date it for a year from now you know like if your rent is due on the first you don't get paid till the third. Yeah date your check on the third. That's right that's what they were doing but they would do it for a year and in that situation. It's like you just lent me money for a year but then this sort of interesting thing happened with check check itself became a little bit like cash so suppose that maybe I want to buy some of that stock. I don't have any cash but I have that posted hosted shack and so I just passed that posted check onto a nar trader. It was essentially a way for these traders to print their own money and then Craig cautions against drawing any comparison to other markets. But in my opinion it's not all that different from what happened. In the run-up to the financial central crisis where mortgage-backed securities became much bigger than mortgages in this case the checks that were backed by stocks became much bigger than the stocks themselves selves. And thanks to this. System of kind of endless unregulated credit the Kuwaiti stock market skyrocketed. It became the third heard largest stock market in the world. Bigger even than London and Sobowale riotous says that this was turning people into instant millionaires. He recounted the story to me of going to his friend's apartment and I saw this huge big plate full with the new caveat. You know they by the House and then it was. Ten Cuba's maybe have the token of caveat on on the table I couldn't believe David and this market is started to draw in teachers and students and and he he talks about how you know. Doctors are quitting their jobs to run down to the Sukhoi ANOC and start trading eating stocks. It just became this national obsession that classic mania everybody sees it going up they think it will continue going up and we'll tell you how they started.
Shoppers expected to spend $730 billion this season
"Shoppers are expected to spend even more money this year than they did last year. The National Retail Federation predicts that over the holiday shopping seasons of through Christmas Americans. We'll spend around seven hundred and thirty billion dollars. That's with a B. A lot of that will still happen at physical stores but a survey from pricewaterhousecoopers. WBZ for the first time this year found that the majority of shoppers are saying they plan to do most of their holiday shopping online like Lou rather than in stores and that's actually really one of the reasons why to me and a lot of retail watchers one of the biggest themes this year. Is this slow. Change of the meaning of black Friday is beginning to disappear or is it just going join online. Well we have to clear. That still is the busiest shopping day of the year for most stores but for the past two years the number of people oh heading to stores Ford. Those doorbuster deals has inched lower. Shoppers are now armed with smartphones. They can do instant price checks on. What's going on at other your stores? Is it worth standing in line. Here I talked to Peter fader professor at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania and he says more stores are also realizing that maybe the people who only show up one weekend November are not the best customers and so they're broadening their appeal with really strong online discounts and sales on so many days of the year including more made up shopping holidays like cyber Monday this coming Monday or prime day and this year also because the calendar gave us a super late Thanksgiving there fewer days between now and Christmas some stores started offering black Friday sales like weeks earlier back in October and and all this is washing out that meaning of black Friday. It's still huge but maybe not the focal point of Holiday Shopping Alina. What's going to make parents desperate this year? Your people stand in line. What's GonNa be big well? Overall the top sellers are close and gift cards. But then as you're alluding to the toys are huge. Actually my colleague. Dr Is Rafi. Spent Black Friday. The iconic toys R. US. You may remember. The company went bankrupt in twenty seventeen but a former executive is trying to bring back starting with two locations. The first one in New Jersey opened on black Friday and they are Darius spoke to shopper. Monica Mallon it's been kind of a staple growing up so so we've been doing black Friday on toys for many years up until they closed their doors so excited to see come back and as far as the hottest toys of the season. Go the classics like legos and barbies. Hot Wheels American girl dolls. They're still at the top of the list for many shoppers but Internet sales tracked by analytics. Showed that so far this week online. Fine the biggest sellers are yellow surprise dolls and pretty much anything related to the movie frozen to Shows Fan at all off coming to a shelf near you. NPR's Lena Shell thanks so much. Thank you
Toys R Us Reopens 2 Stores Under New Ownership After Painful Bankruptcy
"Jeffrey the giraffe be back in business for decades of visit to toys R. us was an indispensable part of holiday shopping for kids that is until last year when the company announced it would be closing its doors for good NPR's dari is Rafi on paid a visit to its new flagship store like many people Jennifer Bain has fond memories of running around at toys R. us store when I was younger make sure that that was part of my daughter's life and I was really sad to see I midvein here at the new toys R. us flagship store in Paramus New Jersey it's part of a plan to open ten new stores over the next year a five year old daughter Charlotte is standing inside a plexi glass enclosure trying out the latest nerf blaster this nerf target range is part of what toys R. us is calling experience driven retail the idea is to encourage kids to actually pick up the toys and play with them the company doesn't have hundreds of stores like Walmart or same day delivery like Amazon so it's trying to compete on fun that strategy is the brain child of Richard berry a former toys R. us executive in the current CEO of true kids France which now owns the toys R. us name I'm a thirty four year it's always a supply so hearing that the company was going through the troubles I was extremely distressing the original toys R. us filed for bankruptcy back in twenty seventeen and was ultimately forced to close all of its stores some seven hundred of them that company had been slow to adapt to online shopping and its struggle to manage a sprawling real estate portfolio of hundreds of underperforming stores and all of that was made worse by a disastrous private equity buyout the left the company billions of dollars in debt there is hoping that the smaller more immersive retail concept will help the new company avoid some of those pitfalls this is a very different stole from those of the past it's extremely experience only got a tree house we have a the answer in the still every different spots in the store has a place where you can engage with toys and products Liz done retail analyst a pro forma is skeptical she says many brick and mortar retailers are trying to reinvent the shopping experience delivering something that actually gets people to put down their phones and come into a store can be easier said than done just calling it experience is not enough you have to really really well consumers the new store has its fans so for Stacey Wilkins who spoke to me as her seven year old ran around the tree house this new toys R. us is a godsend we needed a twister like this especially my son is autistic so being able to play and build the make things and let them be able to use their creativity is a wonderful thing but if the company wants to avoid the fate of its predecessor it still needs to show can turn all that fun into actual
UK teen loses vision and hearing due to junk food diet
"Because if you have a team or a toddler in your life chances are good they probably eat a diet just like this kid the kid in the U. K. U. seventeen years old and apparently he's lost his eyesight because of all the junk food that he's been eating since elementary school no defined junk food chili Ammar so his diet consists of fries chips white bread processed ham and sausage and he's been eating that since he was in elementary school I guess when he was fourteen he goes to the doctor he complains of being tired and at that time he was diagnosed with anemia and beat vitamin deficiency right well then he started to lose his hearing. then he has trouble seeing now he had can't see at all his vision loss is permanent because of something they say is optic neuropathy which is rare but can happen as a direct result of a bad diet nutrition unbelievable so now well here's the thing this teens diet of fries chips in white bread sounds identical to my fifteen year old daughter Kaila is where he's different this team is different because at least he ate ham and sausage so you've talked on the show about your concerns about your fifteen year old eating less you say like a toddler your typical let's go through each meal breakfast what is your daughter typically have kix cereal with milk and lunch of macaroni and cheese probably from Pinera. and dinner cheese pizza. so should that's kind of she she has a very limited it may be a cheese quesadilla. or a grilled cheese sandwich see I'm I'm I'm laughing because it sounds like something my five year old would do and I would hope in the next ten years eventually other health here you know all I rider guns for pasta with butter but just pasta in but what do you think it would take your fifteen or do you think if you share this story and granted it's a rare thing that happened but still this is happened he said look this this teenager in the U. K. went blind and deaf because of a horrible diet you need to change I think something is drastic is going to have to happen to your I think she's going to need a wake up call that that the people that aren't her mom or me or anybody in our family it's gonna have to be a doctor or a surgeon or someone that says listen you have very serious health problems and if you don't start doing X. Y. and Z. this is going to cause even longer term issues it's scary because if this happens to a teenager in theory could happen to any of anyone I'm all this kid was fourteen when he started complaining about his issues and now we seventeen and he's blind are you kidding me Kyle is fifteen and this is her diet somebody send that link to my daughter you'll find it by the way the stories in the Toby in Chile page a washer from dot com to feel like you need to share this with somebody in your life who has a diet very similar to this kid who knew nutritional optic they're off the beaten Rafi that right now drop the fee is
"rafi" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast
"Expose my shell tell RAFI RAFI is at relic. Rap is on vinyl. Yeah. But your kids, get a pick something that makes RAFI seemed like the Beatles. Yeah. Wheels on the bus can go straight to hell. Let me tell you though. Imagine solving puzzle on a bus while the wheels on the bus just played by like a Susa March band. Yeah. I that's my personal. Hell, I can see that all too clearly. Yes. I don't know if we spend time talking about how like the thought that the seven nation army was really cool. In terms of that, it wasn't just that the song was repeating over and over again like the tiny bubbles from that clip from the mole season two. But it also created this amick where it was very hard to communicate with your partner. So I thought it made it a really interesting and unique task for the amazing race drafts. Yeah. I thought it was really you want, you want some measure of spectacle, in your file tasks. And I thought this really brought it in that regard interesting thing, and I think this is a good place to talk about this. There was an article that came out in the Detroit, Free Press last, July the day after they've finished filming the finale that give away the final three teams and even told you kind of who the file team two teams were. So if you had a Google news alert setup for amazing race. He didn't have a good time. But they provided some really interesting tidbits that I thought kinda worth pointing out from a logistics standpoint Hart plaza was not supposed to be where this was happening. They wanted to get people a little further out of town. They wanted to bring them to a nature preserve, and then have the seven nation army band that up with a cast of hundreds playing they really wanted much bigger and this was what they could get because this was they couldn't get the permit play the nature preserve when they found out, we're going to bring a hundred rock musicians to play amplified sound to nature like now we're not about that. So they had to do it the middle downtown Detroit. And it was a lot fewer. Musicians, I think, than they had envisioned, but still pretty spectacular. I think all things considered. Yeah, I don't know how I feel about destroying the environment via noise pollution for the sake of amazing race. Tasks feels like a step too far. I totally agree with you guys. I'd like to the communication aspect that this brought up of you comb and Christie, they try not to yell at each other. But they literally have to in this type of task where you can't talk over you have to wait for these musicians. Take a break for the music. Get like piano, instead of four-team, oh, to, to be able to have a dialogue, which I'm assuming made things super difficult, especially when initially starting off an actually a raging drum set. Yeah. Yeah. Okay. Next question. We got a lot of great question. I think this is going to open up some great discussion here because we had a lot of people asking us for who else. We think would be good if they ever did another reality TV showdown somewhat to give a shoutout to ripple shea, who wanted to know what other big brother couples, we could get John John had the best suggestion. I've heard so far. Did they have a bad did amazing race? Do a bad job because they didn't cast joy amazing and fan favorite. Sierra Don Thomas and flee paycheck. Wants to know. So now that we've seen.
Oscar TV Ratings Hit All-Time Low 26.5 Million Viewers
"In an effort to shorten the Academy Awards telecast, some Oscars will be presented during commercial breaks this year. Here's NPR's Bob Mondello last year's Oscars ceremony ran three hours and fifty three minutes and had the lowest viewership in Oscar history on the theory that those two facts are related the motion picture academy committed to producing a three hour show this year one way they hope to get to that running time is by awarding four categories best cinematography, film editing live. Of action short and make up and hairstyling during commercial breaks. Although an edited version of those presentations will be aired later in the broadcast some academy. Members are not satisfied director off Lonzo choir on a multiple nominee this year for the film. Roma tweeted in the history of cinema. No, one single film has ever existed without cinema, tog RAFI, and without editing. The Oscars telecast will air Sunday February twenty
"rafi" Discussed on Your V Life
"Fun had so much fun with you family and I love like it was great. RAFI was there. RAFI was it was Robbie so view. I stayed with my sister. Yeah, it was. It was crazy. And as. She, she's a curly. I can't take die. I. Shores that RAFI left this summer. She came out one night. We were going to tap like. No, we were going to the crow's nest as she came out. We just got back from the beach, right it. So we were shower showering was in the shower, and it came out and she looked amazing. But it was like I was one of my SIS. My sister's tall probably worked to a wedding that black dress. Out of the house and she has. I can't. That's. Until she was gonna across grows. The dress was dragging. Ourselves because anywhere I know that's what my, that's what hurt Raffin me love each other so much, but they're so alike. But they like fight. They want the same at that cost to ninety nine shorts that are like dirty into sequence, seek anything any one of them could have and the other one and they love it. It doesn't matter. So I thought it was very cool. But. Well, I had a, I had a sneak it out. I'm like me. You'll keep those shorts. There were four ninety nine to have her stains, probably dogs too. I don't even know what it is. After we left, I've noticed meal and pictures, and she had those shorts on literally known wants them. But the bolted then that's all they wanted to because it was like they both wanted the same thing, whatever it was so much fun. Yeah, yeah. But the go crazy. I will say this very fun game gung again calls she likes to. If we're saying how one has to be your sickly, put makeup. Sure. Immaterial is great, but like it's taught me can't really like five. I just got shot. He'll look, here's a kid could care less, but like he'll look at me out of luck. I go. Great. Eyebrow like. It's the perfect it. It's only five anyway. So. Talk about you summer romance. So now the summer romance is over obviously still now I'm not working. I mean I whatever it's over on. Yeah, I want to be alone for a little while I am. I will. I think I need to what's good though. The false good times of those two. Rediscover, what? What's the time limit? How does that go? What's if you. Normal. I would say that you came out two shows maybe give yourself some time to, you know why fine under that. What? What is it? What's the time about two months, twelve months? Nothing. No, no, no, no, that's producer by the way. Yourself for twelve months. I'm not gonna go with that. Thanks Dr. Craig. That like doctors like autre around San, do whatever six months, the Kuna someone tomorrow you fall in love with the job. Sorry. I mean we have for like an emotionally? Yeah. Do you have to..
"rafi" Discussed on Doughboys
"But there was this registering restaurant there that was known to be, and I just, I feel like this is this is two thousand and five. Yeah, so things have gotten so much better, but I remember my my roommate at the time was vegetarian RAFI Gober Steen and he was like, we go here. It's the spices amazing, and we went excuse me and we went and it was an, I disliked it so much. Right. It was like such such a bummer to me. Like there was like a, I got like a big burger and and we got chicken, like chicken tenders to something like men, none of this tastes. Yeah, it was trying to hard, but in the time has passed. I of course, eaten at vegetarian vegan restaurants then. And I think it's gone so much bad. It's gotten a lot better. I definitely cannot understand. I understand me the health, but if you're meter, it cannot possibly taste as good as. The real thing, those those fake meat item. I mean, just can't right. I can't imagine it's always a substitute and and you know, I find when I when I eat vegetarian, I like to like have a dish that's designed to be a vegetarian dish. Like like I mentioned Thai food or like India food or something that's like, oh, this is a vegetarian dish. This is this is by design. This isn't something where we've got some sort of subsitute in here for like, you know, at least for someone who can have the or who treats himself to the real thing when he feels like it. Because yeah, I also like for me one thing and I know I asked you this earlier, but, but I'll volunteer my answer. I think the thing they haven't quite figured out with a vegetarian vegetarian equivalent is bacon. I feel like, oh yeah, the big, it's pretty wack. Yeah, it's pretty bad. I mean, it's, I mean, I people obviously bake the real rate in, but I guess I can't remember exactly what that was like the veggie bacon is just like salty sticks or something rate. I was, I was I was I was thinking of to to have it. You can't not remembering bacon to me is like. Bankas your religion. Twilight zone episodes. Remember what make enticed. I never hear anybody like bacon thing. The internet, especially weird. That is a very, we got it. We have about that. Time for a bacon crazy is is it's an annoying. It's annoying. Baking cultures reach the point where we got a little too over the top people were just a little too into. I don't like baking desserts. They start putting in the desert. Yeah, I don't need it in a desert. Yeah, that always felt like a gimmick. I like bacon with eggs that's an on, say in which occasionally. Well, maybe. I shit. I've got what I was gonna, say, Nick, I got to got to cut up in bacon. You're having this. You're still trapped in that nightmare. When he can't coming out of your head sizzling. I don't know how that always happens. So. One thing because you talk about someone as as you had a phase where you're eating meat, and did you remember? It was. It was basically along this long I was gonna say your your, your family was vegetarian I wanted in in twelve year, twelve years old. You said I something in that range. I'd say end of elementary school, my parents were just like, well, you guys do what you want, and then they kind of started to, you know, they started in, was it religious reasons or was it? Yeah. I mean, for for centuries, like you know, our culture has been vegetarian rain. Many people still are so. You know I'm Hindu, right? And so my parents are of course, and and and my whole family is, but we're sort of from a particular part of India called goodra. That's like a state that really is heavily vegetarian like ninety percent..
"rafi" Discussed on The Moth
"Insys. Okay. And I immediately felt better because now I could stop feeling guilty and mad at myself and just feel sad, the normal way. Later that night, everybody was going home, like my uncles, aunts all went home, and my dad went home and it was just me. My mom and my little brother RAFI who was ten at the time, and my mom somehow found out and. She leads a cigarette and she sits me down and she says, what the hell were you thinking? And my mom has a way of coming on really strong till you realize that she's just just her way of fighting for you. And she eventually just says, I just don't know what you'd never look out for your heart and say, mom who looks out for their hearts anymore. And she says, you know what? I think you should invite him over for dinner. I, I think you should fight them over for dinner to have dinner with me and RAFI. I think it would be fun. And I said, what. And she said, yes, this is who you are. Someone's gonna like you. They have to live all sides of you. Don't you dare minimize yourself or somebody else? And so I don't know what it was. Maybe it was my inner mount holyoke nece or my my inner Armenian, and I looked at her and I said, okay. Next day I go to the sound booth, and I said, look, I know we're not giving married or anything, but my mom was know if you wanna come over and have dinner with her and my little brother and and he goes, okay, I go, okay. And so I'm setting the table for the most unnecessary meal of and. And. And my mom is my mom is in the other room cooking very elaborate meal and say, why did you an entire chicken doesn't even love me. And I looked to the window and I see his green Subaru drive up, and I hear the door slam shut numb, just like ready and he walks in and and we sit down and everything's fine. My mom and him talk about bands that they both like and my brother talks to him about instruments wants to learn how to play and nothing happens because my brother who's ten, he's too young to know what's going on, but he kind of knows what's going on. And he gives me this look from across the table. It's kind of like interesting evening and and I just laughing and I start laughing and laughing and laughing, and it's noticeable and. But I'm just so happy because I finally have my voice back and and I realized that you can have a lot of courage to run away from home and to try new things. But it takes twice the amount of courage to be able to come back and and I realized that he wasn't the special guest that my mother invited to dinner that night. That special guest was me. Storyteller improviser in cartoon. News, one grand slam to see a picture of her on that night. And other photos of the
Reuters Sports Schedule at 1400 GMT on Wednesday
"But two serious computer glitches and those problems cost more than twenty five hundred cancellations on p s a flights and then affected more than one hundred twenty five thousand passengers company says flights should be getting back to normal over the next day or so heading over to sports now updating today's world cup action i cristiano renaldo is just let his portuguese national team to another win portugal beating morocco one nothing on a first quarter goal by rinaldo now later this morning uruguay faces saudi arabia and this afternoon spain back in action against iran and now the red sox sit just one game behind the yankees for the best record in the majors but they've lost three of four and they're really struggling to score some runs wbz's adam kaufman has more on this and the ace hticket dot com sports studio red sox six and six last dozen games partly due to inconsistent offense boston's averaging just over three runs during that span including last night six two setback in minnesota skip around scores said his guys have to be more patient the plate when you're going through stuff like this too much you saw rafi you know because change zona hits a ballpark so slow it down a little bit instead of strikes and to be bigger i always talk about staying away from the strike zone and he seems like we've been swinging at pitches in the edge and we need to stop doing that and look for pitches right on the middle and if we do that we'll be david price six with a to sixty four ra's last seven starts to ninety three era in eight starts at target field he hasn't pitched there since two thousand fifteen but that'll change tonight at eight ten twins will counter with lance lynn is struggled with a career high five era this year but that mark is down around two is last.
"rafi" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd
"In the fans were wrong of all the criticisms of atlanta i'm like listen with fletcher cox and then interior rush i move matt ryan after the right to and frankly julio got solo coverage rafi that without was the plan we got whole plan and that we could play well if you you 38 years at nfl films listen if you do decide to go work at starbucks uh i i tough fag corporation it's very progressive but i think you should stick with your gig you know what i'm going to stick with my gig until they come to me and say there's the door good talking to you i appreciate it thanks car shopping can be confusing dealer fries listprice envoys true clark shows with other people paid for the car you want saved three grand off msrp just because if i say something's underrated it doesn't mean it's the best thing in the world but it's underrated i like pillows like right now my wife made a great woman she made a really poor choice on pillows about a month ago and they're like those sandbags eu's in flooding situations they're hard out today the beans and any other just not or no i think they have cement innomed they're just not working for me and it is not working it's really tearing at the fabric of our relationship she whipped on the pillows the beds great the mattress by our pillows or not great you know you could go to the store and find a path i am entertaining america excuse me a little busy said pillows at her job yes absolutely okay so the point is.
"rafi" Discussed on Your V Life
"Late widowed with rafi so that makes it easy all bore all depends i could have a live for you you're fortunate also that you didn't have a huge baby vital and you you're also very good shape was delivered so it was a partner but you're scenario low signs of the being the one where there could be a lot of problems as far as argued with your doctor what you wanna do because your water broke before you went into labour right right and so and that sometimes can be very frustrating because i think everyone split and they're getting this goes back from years watching the tv show least america and movies were someone's water breaks for the comes out rifai actually be from the the bihac water no i think waverley executive labor knows that they've been doing it for forty of no one's ever ask for hot water but whatever when now now we got it and how we have we at times and padding pieces could'move thankful make to pick syria exactly on your good now going far there's luxury everyone's happy um but in that indexed it will be easier than the regular induction right who let's go the other reason why you be disposs article willing and think of the point of is about address people have to be induced really early alcott and again and that's not something that anyone should feel happens that often but it does happen and and there should be clear and understandable reasons why that would be happening so sometimes we have to induce people very very early um but say even if it's not that suit like severe of a case for say someone was uncontrolled diabetes so i'm not certain as someone who's had no prenatal care and no intervention sometim some could be try this is the right things and they're disease is just so bad that they the than it thought stay for the baby to be inside your though and unfortunately just say should diabetes can be of a scenario where someone could be have a healthy baby and tomorrow avid still were very possible in this happens my practice than it's it's you know it's it's went on was.
"rafi" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now
"The phone it's this cheque a ha so i answered rafferty rafi pick this up don't say are icon as check wants me to give a separate team manager thomas she was my dick analyst them he starts i i love it i rafi stop it thoughts have fucking word beep what's going on okay so where you want to me i heard you look at the directions although with sick did you look at the direction lagos ula give the races where is the singles it's a marine though i already medium rigorous using as she son to asylum view will they now for your own venus because of an rubik i have to meet the produce the moment the script and so the time to hide zygotes decline was unwilling absorb about that's said we will do much icon by pushing rafi threat dailies just looking at me the car is stopped yeah was you know i come from there of the monkey suit fuck obama put my fucking economic wicket and on their rafi she's like carlo fucking now the laugh i'm try not to laugh and lego mcgillis's flippy over amal gas on and i thought asshole on fire and also knew you i go pause as he was klay call you back have be a row fever died among eliza okay only brag be around free a fucking die i tell ralph because i forgot about it i tell ralph your story and with dive at you i might listen i forgot how i told her it but.
"rafi" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now
"Seniors okay where you on me and i go were are pushing longclosed why calling them i know was and is therefore seasons lousy as she goes yeah there is no right let's go there among us sweet fuck for you fucking time hours gently though i believe by late two go bring the current i still just b ramos for from the fields meriva catholic spurred bring build go to hero i call this turned into something like so okay i hang up with her of giggling iin little giggle just to see how far to push it in my mind she's never going to claw back right it's like a prank phone rise like a prank phone call i'll sit there watching fucking p v eight forget route oh yeah i sit there watching tv i forget the phone rings a boop ralfie may what's up was sought dog i'm downstairs let's go get some food will be hook you up for the week it was a sunday i wasn't expecting rafi on sunday and rafi always came back on monday so i got a call monday night or by wednesday you show up let's go by a pound a week but this was the sunday that so i go ahead i'll be right down i take a shower rafi downstairs in a brandnew fucking car i get in their hands me two hundred right off the bat either rafi was just been back then we get the call we go over the kush more we buy another twenty two allows worth a we and now we're gonna lead sushi somewhere worn goal expensive place by get will go and next thing you know my phone rigs.
"rafi" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now
"Rafi life now is directed at him on the fuck and followed you know like i can't even imagine i can't remember all the things i used to do them just to torment as fuck it live cocoa mike like i said people would has even so i have thousands of these this thousands i have a friend right now having spoke at all time have a couple of that there were we were all there with them man and they have to feel as bad everybody is his deep for a lot of people pressroom time is this is this guy was a good guy all the way around like i said yozgat i saw some really really negative things on facebook so some really think of things on twitter today it really made me laugh because if they really lou who this person was regardless of what they're useless there was a thousand things he was a thousand people he helped now that you and i will never know trust one two hundred true you and he was that type of wrong if he helped year it was between him and you yeah that's it that's it nobody else was of o he was a braggadocio about it he did it because he wanted to do this he warned from his heart yes so yeah you know listen menem fifty four years old i lost both parents who lost two of my favorite people in the world before was eighteen i know how the show works.
"rafi" Discussed on WSRQ Talk Radio
"Can clear the damage acts in that can take a long time some dogs we don't clear at in it's a constant battle with that so for me when i hear of up had that we're dealing with allergies that's having an active demined break that's where i try to focus a lotta my efforts that in any other concurrent infections bacteria infections eased infections and child to address those things and to address that as much as we can and then say okay let's regroup in then look at things like steroids or cyclist wang because it's actually the use of things like steerage indiscriminately alliance with these allergy patients that he give relief but they can set up the pets too break with ease out mites the democrats mites sarande is that's probably the best avenue that i could say to go to try to get a handle on things and then if diet if it is a year round is shooting kashia the diet we'd be a huge focus on how i would try to address that sins and definitely a lot of the the blood allergy testing for food allergies is not always very useful yeah we usually try to do more of the elimination diet so things like roure fine but they're still things and rafi that can be an an allergen sue i'm not sure what therapies you've tried but whether we go with a hydrolysed protein or even a novel protein diet where we're trying to eliminate only pick a few ingredients you keeping it really up here if you will and that's how i like to go after the food allergy component with uh the year round issues and curtains your fleas are under control got to keep those fleas and control as well um if that's an issue.
"rafi" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"You agree with her you delarue the fertile the law so our opinion on whether we like that law okay we'll get a holier legislator and argue for why that should be changed but in the meantime that's the law so that's what we've gotta abide by an conformed to or we risk wounded jail like a model rafi did so when kanu point you've got some with your justified in using deadly force or fury feting lawful susan's arrest because someone's committed a felony and you have probable cause to believe they committed felli so a walkout and someone stealing my car is stealing my car of felony yes chire rest him for stealing my car yes god point my gun at him as a private citizen knock up yeah i can i can affect the lawful citizens rough i can point madda if he doesn't threaten me if he just trying to steal my car can shooter absolutely not an esa part of the statute could you also have to understand the selfdefence statute when you can use deadly force is to prevent serious bodily injury to your third person or to prevent the commission of a forcible film when he's so stealing my you're that's a felony but not a forcible filming nobody's threatening me if i'm in my car and somebody walks up and wave the knife in my faces get out of the car that's a carjacking that's of forcible filming i can use deadly force in defense but if he just a person just breaking into my car my driveway tempting steal my cart at a fellow does not forcible phone so i can't use deadly force.
"rafi" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Gene carrie ann inaba by the way i did find i did find rafi on iheartradio so eight eight eight chris such now he needs i like to eat the people's nbc news we need asylum the now look at roissy radio no i'm i can remember i'm going to check it out on my way home although the iheartradio app now well president trump says as we mentioned before the break i will be announcing my decision on the paris accord over the next few days make america great again as you mentioned five companies here have signed a letter that will appear in the big papers tomorrow serena marshall has been following this or us in washington dc and joins us now hi there i on what's happening or the predator moments ago during a oval office sprays had already making a decision very soon he's had a lot of input from both sides but he didn't give any indication of when a decision will come what we've heard from uh from the white house and those course the president is that he's about ninety five percent decided on pulling out of the deal but we've seen some other people who have suggested that he not do that i mean there was a story that came across that there are several big us companies that have all signed a letter that will show up tomorrow new york times wall street journal europe posted cetera to not get out of the paris agreement i mean most companies are encouraging exxon the teo made a statement in the paper a couple of days ago saying he wanted them to continue at a paris accord you had him in europe.