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Yarbrough goes 6 strong in relief, Rays beat Marlins 8-0

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 2 d ago

Yarbrough goes 6 strong in relief, Rays beat Marlins 8-0

"The rays clobbered the Marlins eight nothing is Ryan Yarbrough allowed two hits over six innings of relief for the AL east leaders select really arrest you for lefties in the lineup against you so was able to kind of walk ins and stuff like that with the breaking ball so just a little bit of everything the change I felt good the race got three RBIs apiece from Randy arose Reina and Kevin care Meyer who came within a homers hitting for the cycle race rookie shortstop wander Franco returned after missing two weeks with a right hamstring injury he extended his on base streak to forty games with the sixth inning mark teacher cans with the final two innings to complete it to enter the outcome cuts the rays magic number for winning their division to to I'm Dave Ferrie

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Díaz, Rays Tie Team Record With 6 HRs, Romp Past Twins 11-4

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 3 weeks ago

Díaz, Rays Tie Team Record With 6 HRs, Romp Past Twins 11-4

"The rays are seven and a half games ahead of the Yankees after Tampa Bay won for the eleventh time in thirteen games and eleven to four routed Minnesota yandy Diaz hit one of Tampa bay's franchise record tying six home runs and drove in four Jordan Luplow Manuel Margot Rainier Rosa Reina Nelson Cruz and Brandon Lau also went deep for the rays the early run support help Chris archer get his first win since June twenty nineteen just the fact that our our guys put up that many runs that early no I just felt like I could challenge hitters archer tossed a season high seventy eight pitches while allowing four runs over five innings Jorge Polanco was three for four with a two run Homer for Minnesota I'm Dave Ferrie

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Meadows 2-out, 2-Run Single in 9th, Rays Beat Orioles 5-4

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 2 months ago

Meadows 2-out, 2-Run Single in 9th, Rays Beat Orioles 5-4

"The rays pulled out a five four win over the Orioles on Austin meadows two out two strike two run single in the bottom of the ninth I know the situation right there you know he doesn't like anything given that you know runs as corpus bases loaded so for me just continue sounds fastball it but again there's good about as I as I could and he's able to throw in there and I was able to you know put a plate on that implant when you do that good things happen many roads Reina homered twice and had a key single in the ninth as Tampa Bay won for the tenth time in thirteen games comic you work two scoreless innings for the win Tanner Scott was a loser the birds loss came after they announce a pitcher Keegan aching and outfielder Anthony sometime there were placed on the call the nineteen injured list I'm Dave Ferrie

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"reina" Discussed on Life Transformation Radio

Life Transformation Radio

04:52 min | 4 months ago

"reina" Discussed on Life Transformation Radio

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We're, <Speech_Male> we're a product <Speech_Male> of the people <Speech_Male> in our lives. <Speech_Male> And if <Speech_Male> you feel like your life, <Speech_Male> the way it is, you may <Speech_Male> want to re-evaluate <Speech_Male> the people that are in your <Speech_Male> life. <Speech_Male> Because if <Speech_Male> you trust the universe <Speech_Male> and trust that <Speech_Male> the right people <Speech_Male> will follow <Speech_Male> you and <Speech_Male> you get to be in <Speech_Male> the circle <Speech_Male> and you create <Silence> a tribe. <Speech_Male> There's nothing <Speech_Male> better than having a tribe <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> of people in <Speech_Male> your <Speech_Male> life that are there <Speech_Male> for you <Speech_Male> and you're there for <Speech_Male> them <Speech_Male> off. I think it's <Speech_Male> what makes life just <Speech_Male> truly exceptional <Speech_Male> when you have <Speech_Male> people in your life <Speech_Male> like that <Speech_Male> and that you get to be <Speech_Male> that for other <Speech_Male> people. <SpeakerChange> It's just <Silence> so powerful. <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> Absolutely. <Speech_Female> And you've used the really <Speech_Female> important, <Speech_Female> interesting word, which <Silence> is trust <Speech_Female> trust <Speech_Female> is something that we <Speech_Female> really need to <Speech_Female> acquaint yourself <Speech_Female> with and <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> <SpeakerChange> understand. <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> Cuz when you trust <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> you trust you allow <Speech_Female> when when you allow <Silence> you attract <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> and when you attract <Speech_Female> you become <Speech_Female> then when you become <Speech_Female> involved <Speech_Female> with everybody around <Speech_Female> you. 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"reina" Discussed on Life Transformation Radio

Life Transformation Radio

04:55 min | 4 months ago

"reina" Discussed on Life Transformation Radio

"You're here. That's all you need is just being here. Present, and present is a gift, so allow it. Absolutely absolutely. So it's funny. So today I did an Instagram live and it was so funny cause I was feeling very frenetic today. It's my birthday party coming up this weekend and I'm having an event and I want to I work at my house. So there's a lot of activity. A lot of people come back Going. And I just want it to be really special for the few friends that I have coming over. And so, I've been decluttering and moving furniture around and with the help of some friends. And I was feeling a little overwhelmed today. Cuz I have this this interview with you, I'm going to be on clubhouse later today, and just a lot of things going on. I did some auditions for a video game today and some other stuff and took a lot of stuff. And so I just said, I'm going to stop and breathe and it's just riding line with what you were talking about because I was thinking, this doesn't just feel like me. I think I'm picking up on a lot of people's energy and so what I did was I got in my theater, have a theater in my house and I have this incredible, Celestial lamp and I turned on the celestial lamp and I just bought. But the camera facing that and then I just talked and it was exactly what you just said of, take time out to breathe. Just take a moment and relax and take your shoes off and dead. Walk on Mother Earth, go put your feet in some grass and get grounded. And I felt so amazing after that 6 minute break of just breathing and just having a conversation and just sharing my Truth, for that moment was amazing. And I think that people miss those times where they're feeling anxious and if they just stop and they just get in the very present moment and feel their vibration and feel where they're at, but just be present in the very moment..

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"reina" Discussed on Life Transformation Radio

Life Transformation Radio

04:43 min | 4 months ago

"reina" Discussed on Life Transformation Radio

"Was that the aneurysm was too busy to be clipped. So we had to have an emergency flight. I was in Lebanon, at that time, so I had to had to fly to France so that I can undergo these, another surgery there. So the first one was an open head surgery. The second was an an NGO and this is where the doctor in that morning, came to my room and he said, you know, you have 6% chances of passing on my table and you know, you can, you know, I'm going to give you the best gift of your life and I said, of course, it's my birthday for God's sake. Of course, I'm going to have the best given time off. I'm ready and knowing that within the those this week, I was in and out of the NGO without being fully anastas. I'd because I had to feel and sense..

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Natural Ways to Treat Textured Skin

Art Beauty

02:05 min | 4 months ago

Natural Ways to Treat Textured Skin

"Thought sonya car. She is a true celebrity facialists. Having worked on everybody from blended paltrow to madonna and her beautiful daughter mimi to carberry. They are both now working on sonia. Takhar skin skin-care and of course have fabulous skin clinic in beverly hills. Hello ladies thank you so much for joining me today. I got thank you so much for having us. You have this fabulous blog. And i noticed one of the post was on textured skin we are now going into. It is like the kick off to summer. I don't know about you in beverly hills but here in new york. I feel like we've all been you know basically hiding under rocks you know and we're ready to come out now but our skin you know whether it's something like caritas. Polaris or maybe it's just we've got dry scaly skin we all want to come out and be gorgeous and glowing for summer Do you have some tips on how we can sort of tackle that when it comes to her skin skin on the face and on the body. It's interesting you bring out because when we were louis wanna right. Barry educational law goes on walk. The estimate just per website nobody talks texture skin. I even researched it. There's very few articles about it and the thing people talk about acne or wrinkles made even rotation but textures in anything as soon as you and you can't cover it with makeup sin as the light hits your skin specifically right now right this summer people getting vaccinated people are starting to go out and right now. Cbc just released. You don't have to wear masks. You actually go see your skin for the first time in over a beer this socket. That light hits your skin. Anything that's not baby smooth is texture skin. Acne dowry reina's. It's one of the big things that sony has been treating at the clinical. Let you talk about like honor. Different tips on what you happy. Ball but it. It could be from a variety of skincare dermatitis. Something huge at sony's been seeing in the last two years anything could really lead to texture skin

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There’s a Name for the ‘Blah’ You’re Feeling

The Mom Room

02:19 min | 5 months ago

There’s a Name for the ‘Blah’ You’re Feeling

"Many of you sent me this article that was written by adam grant so he is a organisational psychologists. He's often while i think a few times. He's been on armchair expert with docs record. Such great episodes highly recommend listening to them. He's such a great speaker but anyways he had this article in the new york times. That was all about languishing. And how so. Many of us are feeling this way. And he explains what exactly that is and some ways that you can get out of feeling that way. It's so funny to me. Because i often explain it as feeling blah because i don't know how else to verbalize it and that is literally in the title of this article. So it's called. there's a name for the blah. you're feeling it's called languishing. He describes it as being a dominant emotion of twenty twenty one. And it's interesting because they talk a lot about how when the pandemic i started and it was all over the news and we were on the super high alert mode. Almost like adrenalin was kicking in and we were like wiping down all our groceries and doing everything we could to you know. Follow the guidelines and stay safe and that has kind of worn off now and it's more so he describes it as dulling our motivation and focus. And it's not that were not staying safe now and we don't care about the guidelines it's more so that they have just become a regular part of our everyday life so we're not so much thinking about them anymore. It's just how we're living our life now like every time i get into the car. I'm using hand sanitizer without even thinking about it whereas before all these little changes to how we live our everyday life was a noticeable thing and it was a novel thing so we were constantly thinking about it and it was more of not exciting but it was just we were in that fighter flight mode and now it's just exactly what they describe it as it's very blah. It's interesting because they talk about how it can. Doll your motivation and your focus. And this languishing feeling makes it difficult to concentrate.

Adam Grant The New York Times
Transitioning From Crib to Bed

The Mom Room

02:01 min | 5 months ago

Transitioning From Crib to Bed

"So that's my first hot tip. I know the canopy beds are really cute. But don't do it and another hot tip would be to leave them in their crib as long as possible. I have a friend whose son is over three years old and he's still in his crib and i'm so jealous because i don't know it's just it seems easier because the transition is a little bit difficult but to be honest i was expecting it to be a lot worse. And that's not to say that it can be a lot worse for other people but just for is so far. It's been pretty. Good and milo has a justed really well But yeah people always say wait as long as you can and keep them in the crab. But i understand as parents. It's like you know this milestone where they go from a crib with is where they slept since they were a baby and now they're getting older and they're gonna have their big boy bed and you can redo their room and it's just kind of like an exciting time so i understand why people are excited to do it But yeah so. The day that we transitioned him. I set up as much of the bed. As i could during the day took me forever So focused because i suck at putting together. I keep furniture. So i did what i could and then when i was going to pick up my low at daycare my husband got home early and so he finished it I had already washed all his bedding and pillows that we got. We decided to do a dinosaur theme. Because he's really into dinosaurs right now so kia like i got all the betting at kia super cute dinosaur patterns super cute dinosaur stuffed animals and what we did was. We left the crib in his bedroom. It's still in there now. Actually because we thought just in case it didn't work or he wanted to sleep in the crib. It was still

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"reina" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

01:58 min | 6 months ago

"reina" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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"reina" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

08:21 min | 6 months ago

"reina" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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"reina" Discussed on Sorry To Hear That

Sorry To Hear That

05:53 min | 6 months ago

"reina" Discussed on Sorry To Hear That

"Though as she likes to say died in october twenty eighteen he worked hard he loved to read. He loved the written word as much as he can find time. It was just important to him working as a custodian. He'd hurry up and clean the offices so he could sit and read in the supply closet. He even started a book club. It was with other latin Undercover scholars as crystal called him. He was like such a champion of my education and of my identity as a writer. When i learned that i was a writer. He was so excited he had the most and still has. It's still in the house but the most amazing collection literature in in spanish that he collected by going over the border and he passed that down to me passed on that love of literature to me and He used to walk around introducing me as his Poet passed in october twenty eighteen. He had broken his knee by tripping an accident in the in the alley behind his house he tripped on some asphalt and he and he ended up in the hospital key recovered. He had to have surgery because he broke his knee. And then it went. Okay but then before. He's about to be discharged. He came down with an infection and with his diabetes. Just got very complicated and unfortunately it within like a day of him getting this infection he passed. They gave him something. They weren't really supposed to with his. They like messed up his insulin. It just sent him really out of whack suddenly like all his organs were just impacted by this and we had like five different doctors come in to tell us something different and each time They wouldn't ever look him in the i you know they would never because he spoke spanish And he spoke english but he kind of he was in so much pain. He lost his access to it so when into spanish and sorta relied on us to translate but it was just very. Yeah it was all very fast and it was all very kind of dehumanizing and he never yeah he he he didn't wake up as a writer myself. I enjoyed crystals use of words. Her word choice and her imagery. I often thought. I heard and sometimes it was alluded to the word confusing. That seemed to stick out during the whole course of this interview and so i will encourage you to see if you hear that same but his all tragedies are the changing of alive to nod alive especially when you watch that change happened like crystal did i must say and i do think you might hear a to. It is confusing. We are waiting for a cat scan and it was really backed up and.

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Why Reina Rebelde's Founder, Regina Merson, Chose Herself Over Everything Else

Latina to Latina

02:56 min | 10 months ago

Why Reina Rebelde's Founder, Regina Merson, Chose Herself Over Everything Else

"Two thousand eight. You were an associate at a prestigious law firm in dallas. You worked on lots of high-profile corporate bankruptcy cases. What did that look like. I was at the office till two or three every morning. i'd go home. I'd sleep with the blackberry under my pillow. Like at five i go back. There was one year where i didn't go home for dinner for like three hundred and forty five days in a row. I was actually hired out of law school to leeman brothers real estate attorney for their law firm so i did that for year and then we put men into bankruptcy so i became a bankruptcy lawyer so that was kind of the first sharp turn. We're thanks did nocco. The way i thought they were gonna go away magin they were going to go on a transactional attorney you know. I wanted to work on mergers on deals. I didn't wanna be stuck in litigation for decades of my life and your camp bankruptcies psychology about is very different and then you combine that with the two thousand eight financial crisis on what was happening around the country. It was devastating. Does to be especially difficult when you have your entire life. Wanted to be an attorney right when you had an idea of what being an attorney was going to be. So how did the reality compare to your imagined. Reality of what being attorney would be had a lot less agency over my life in the early stages of my career than i thought you know. And i think that's. That's the rookie mistake. You go to these schools. You have agency over your day to day. You have some pathway towards creating your major. What you're going to write your thesis about. I went to law school. I got pick my own classes on embarking on the amazing career every case i'm working on his on the cover of the wall street journal. It's amazing but by the same token i have no control over my life. I can't tell you how many vacations were cancelled at one point. I think my desire to step up to the plate with respect to what was being asked survey resulted in me actually having a pretty severe health crisis which is not uncommon in the legal world and associates get burned out and i my body literally started falling apart. What did that look like. I was breaking out in hives every single night. Like head to toe high waking up. My hair face was swollen. Went two hundred doctors. No one could figure out what was going on in order to work these hours and work them on a consistent day to day basis and the amount of pressure. I had this associated myself for my body so there were all these symptoms emerging like stomach issues mouth ulcers all of these things that just started sort of melting my brain. But i didn't associate at any point that anything had to do the stress and the pressure i was under

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The Problem with Intermittent Fasting

The Nutrition Diva's Quick and Dirty Tips for Eating Well and Feeling Fabulous

04:25 min | 1 year ago

The Problem with Intermittent Fasting

"Hello and welcome to the nutrition diva podcast. I'm your host. Monica. Reina. The nutrition world was rocked last week by the publication of a new study which concluded that intermittent fasting is not very effective for weight loss. What's worse? The results suggested that it may exacerbate the loss of lean muscle tissue. Intermittent. Fasting has been a topic of intense public fascination for several years now. I. Give Workshops and lectures and interviews on a wide variety of nutrition topics to a lot of different kinds of audiences, physicians, nutrition, and fitness professionals, senior citizens, college students, parents, and the popular media, and no matter what I'm talking about or who I'm talking to the minute we opened up the floor or the phone lines. We inevitably get questions about intermittent fasting. Is it effective? Is it safe? What does the research say? So it was not surprising that this study caused such a splash despite the breathless headlines though. This latest study didn't actually change what we already knew about intermittent fasting and weight loss and the new finding on muscle loss confirmed a suspicion or concern that many had already raised the allure of. Fasting is totally understandable. The premises that we don't actually have to change what we eat or even how much we eat. We can lose weight simply by changing when we eat it. There are a few different ways that intermittent fasting can be practiced. One of the most popular protocols and the one that was used in this latest study is a restricted eating window instead of spreading your daily meals over the course of twelve or fourteen hours you shorten that eating window to eight or ten hours, for example, instead of eating your breakfast at seven in the morning, your lunch at midday, and then dinner at seven. In the evening you might eat all of your meals between the hours of noon and a PM each day. Now when they tried this in rats, it worked like gangbusters researchers gave the rats a high fat diet, and then they let them eat as much as they wanted not surprisingly this led the rats to gain weight. But when they gave him the same diet and let them eat as much as they want. But only for eight hours a day, they didn't gain weight. In fact, the rats that started out overweight actually lost weight. It seems like the extended fasting period did something to the rats metabolism or maybe their hormones that caused them to either burn more calories or store less fat and if the same were true for humans. That would mean that as long as we kept our mouths shut for twelve to sixteen hours a day, we get all the pizza cheeseburgers, French fries and ice cream we wanted and not gain weight I mean signed me up unfortunately as is so often the case it didn't seem to work quite as well in humans simply restricting your food intake to a shorter window did not seem to change the rate at which humans burn calories or store fat. It did sometimes lead to modest weight loss but this was due to the fact that people following the schedule simply ended up eating fewer calories. No metabolic magic there. In my experience, the benefits of a restricted eating window are purely behavioral. When you limit the number of hours a day that you eat, you often end up eating less which leads to weight loss, and if this turns out to be an easier or more comfortable way for you to limit your food intake than this could be a very successful long term strategy for weight management. I've certainly heard that from many people that I work with. But if you don't eat less, you probably won't lose weight. Now there is just one possible exception. To the extent that there is any metabolic magic in our meal timing, it seems to hinge on eating our calories earlier in the day. So instead of eating between noon and eight PM, you might eat from eight am to four PM and then fast all the way until the next morning this is significantly less popular for obvious reasons, and that's why the authors of this latest study made their eating window from noon to eight pm

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Should You Beware of Glucose Syrup?

The Nutrition Diva's Quick and Dirty Tips for Eating Well and Feeling Fabulous

04:21 min | 1 year ago

Should You Beware of Glucose Syrup?

"Hello and welcome to the nutrition diva podcast I'm your host Monica Reina. A listener recently asked me to look into an ingredient called glucose syrup. This is often used as a sweetener in processed foods, such as cookies, candy and other confections, and she'd read that it's a very concentrated source of sugar that supposedly contains four times the amount of sugar and calories per tablespoon as regular table sugar, the implication of course that one should avoid foods made with glucose syrup. I tracked this specific claim to an article written by a Dietitian for website called health line now this is a site that I consider to be a very reliable source in general I have found their nutrition articles to be thorough, accurate and very well referenced and sure enough. That statement that Glucose Syrup contains four times. The sugar and calories found in regular sugar, was footnoted and linked to the USDA's food and nutrient database the gold standard for nutrient data. One footnote linked to the nutritional analysis for light. Corn, Syrup, which is another name for Glucose Syrup. One tablespoon contains seventeen grams of sugar and sixty two calories. The other footnote linked to the nutritional analysis for regular table sugar one tablespoon contains four grams of sugar and sixteen calories. Case closed. Actually make that case overturned on appeal. Because unfortunately, this second listing was inaccurate. You see in addition to the tens of thousands of foods that have been analyzed by the USDA to create their amazing food nutrient database, they also include as a public service nutrient information for tens of thousands of additional packaged and processed foods, and they base that on information that's been provided by the manufacturer, and there are frequent errors. In fact, there's a disclaimer right on the page that health line cited stating that the info was provided by food brand owners who are responsible for the descriptions, nutrient data and the ingredient information. Well. In this case, it was just a simple typo. The manufacturer chose the wrong serving size the nutrient info that they uploaded four grams of sugar and sixteen calories. For a teaspoon of sugar, not a tablespoon, and for those of you who don't bake or maybe used metric measures. A tablespoon contains three teaspoons. So a tablespoon of Corn Syrup does not contain four times as many calories as a tablespoon of sugar, it is actually about a third higher. It contains seventeen grams of sugar versus twelve grams, and this is simply due to the fact that sugar crystals aren't as dense as sugar syrup. Something that manufacturers adjust for in their recipes. Look if you're concerned about the sugar or the calorie content of packaged food, it doesn't really matter how many tablespoons of an ingredient were added to the recipe. What matters is how many grams of sugar end up in each serving of the finished product something that's disclosed usually accurately on the nutrition facts label look mistakes happen and I sent an email to the Dietitian who wrote the article, alerting her to the error, and I hope that she and health line will be able to correct it. But. Here's a quick tip for anyone who's using the USDA's database to look up nutrient info. You can filter those listings so that they don't show the manufacturer provided listings. The USDA data is perfect, but it's generally much more complete and more reliable than the manufacturer supplied data. But I still have one other problem with this article on corn or Glucose Syrup because the author goes on to write that quote Consuming Glucose Syrup regularly may increase your risk of obesity, high blood, sugar, poor, dental, health, high blood, pressure, and Heart, disease, and quote, and once again she includes citations this time. She's linking to articles published in medical journals. But these articles are not about corn syrup per se they refer to all added sugars,

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Erin Spaulding, Connecticut - Achilles International CT

I Run Because

02:57 min | 1 year ago

Erin Spaulding, Connecticut - Achilles International CT

"The coolest thing when I graduated Rehab, she had received this trophy when she the first New York City Marathon and it was a it was like a little bronze sculpture of a runner. Right on a on a base. And attached to the base by foot Reina sneaker, but had broken. And literally my graduation day, she brought that into my room. And she's like you're going home and I know you're going to run again and all these races you want you WanNa. Do I know you're GonNa be in them some day. Just like giving you this runner when I did my first marathon. In New York, my family gave it to me. Years I threw it in the closet. It broke. It reminds me of you. She's like. You fell off your base your little wobbly. Balance. She's like. I want you to take this and when you're standing upright again and you're running I. Want you to glue the runner back to the base. And I'm like volleying and she's falling in my family's balling. By took that home and I, I kept khanate stand and. I actually because you know even though I got back into running. For some reason I I don't know. either. I forgot because I. You know member got dinged on the head. But I never, I never be attached it. Still to this day to this day now, so now flash forward to about six months ago. I met somebody in Rehab, so we get referrals now from all over. And his this man who is in this Rehab Facility. His son works for Cigna one of the big sponsors of Achilles rate. and. His Dad had bosses leg and he was in this Rehab. Facility and he was down that Rabbit Hole Joe Right and He knows that Achilles through cigna and he's like. Can You go meet my dad? And Todd Kelly's and maybe this is the hope that he needs to. You know to get through his Rehab and to get back active again in so Johnny Griffin and I from headquarters we when we met him, and I dug that statue out. Still my nightstand, but it was in a drawer. And I thought. This is the perfect time to pass this on out. It's great, and so we went in, we met. His name is Bruce and we went into Rehab. And I told him. You know a similar story. What I'm saying now here with you tonight. And took that statue out of the bag, and I said I. This is now me giving this to you and use some day will be able to. Get through your rehab to you know. Get on your journey, and this is here to remind you as then. We're all bawling again. Can't we hope. At the next Connecticut hope impossible by natural.

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Erin Spaulding, Connecticut - Achilles International CT

I Run Because

02:57 min | 1 year ago

Erin Spaulding, Connecticut - Achilles International CT

"The coolest thing when I graduated Rehab, she had received this trophy when she the first New York City Marathon and it was a it was like a little bronze sculpture of a runner. Right on a on a base. And attached to the base by foot Reina sneaker, but had broken. And literally my graduation day, she brought that into my room. And she's like you're going home and I know you're going to run again and all these races you want you WanNa. Do I know you're GonNa be in them some day. Just like giving you this runner when I did my first marathon. In New York, my family gave it to me. Years I threw it in the closet. It broke. It reminds me of you. She's like. You fell off your base your little wobbly. Balance. She's like. I want you to take this and when you're standing upright again and you're running I. Want you to glue the runner back to the base. And I'm like volleying and she's falling in my family's balling. By took that home and I, I kept khanate stand and. I actually because you know even though I got back into running. For some reason I I don't know. either. I forgot because I. You know member got dinged on the head. But I never, I never be attached it. Still to this day to this day now, so now flash forward to about six months ago. I met somebody in Rehab, so we get referrals now from all over. And his this man who is in this Rehab Facility. His son works for Cigna one of the big sponsors of Achilles rate. and. His Dad had bosses leg and he was in this Rehab. Facility and he was down that Rabbit Hole Joe Right and He knows that Achilles through cigna and he's like. Can You go meet my dad? And Todd Kelly's and maybe this is the hope that he needs to. You know to get through his Rehab and to get back active again in so Johnny Griffin and I from headquarters we when we met him, and I dug that statue out. Still my nightstand, but it was in a drawer. And I thought. This is the perfect time to pass this on out. It's great, and so we went in, we met. His name is Bruce and we went into Rehab. And I told him. You know a similar story. What I'm saying now here with you tonight. And took that statue out of the bag, and I said I. This is now me giving this to you and use some day will be able to. Get through your rehab to you know. Get on your journey, and this is here to remind you as then. We're all bawling again. Can't we hope. At the next Connecticut hope impossible by natural.

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Coronavirus: Unmasking the Facts

Science Vs

07:28 min | 1 year ago

Coronavirus: Unmasking the Facts

"It's been a week of social distancing for me. I finished a puzzle I cooked for the first time in a million years. Well I put more than three ingredients into a ball for overnight arts. I was pretty proud of myself. And like a lot of S. I was glued to news about this corona virus and I kept coming across questions around to specific things. Ibuprofen and mosques. So that's what we're diving into today. Some reports are saying that ibuprofen. The stuffing advil is making people with corona virus sicker and they should steer clear of the drug. So what's going on there but vast we want to talk about mosques we're hearing a lot about shortages healthcare workers that didn't have enough mosques and other. Ghia to keep them safe in Italy more than thirty five hundred healthcare workers have already gotten the virus in the US. We heard from those who worried they would be next. He's one of few of them told us they've told us that they're only going to give one mask every five days. What they're having a stew is really wear the same dirty mask over and over and over again and if we need a new mask we have to go in. Show the old one to our supervisor to prove why it needs to be thrown away. We get handed in ninety five mess. And we're supposed to keep them in bags and put our names on them and reuse them through today this moment we are already rationing or as a few days ago. Got to a point where almost completely out and we had to start using some of our masks and gowns horrifying. We're all completely horrified. We feel like we are soldiers being sent to war without the protective equipment that we need. A lot of people are scared to go to work all. This is starting to sound awful. So how important are these mosques? Healthcare workers and is it that bad to reuse them for this. We called up. Professor Ryan McIntyre an infectious disease expert at the University of New South Wales Australia. Hello Hello so let me. Just Reina has led several clinical trials looking at how Moscow's protect healthcare workers from respiratory viruses. And she's found that the best kind the one that healthcare workers need the end ninety. Five's you might have heard of these reina. Kohl's them respirate a mosques. They're the ones that look like. They kind of molded over your nose and mouth and how they feet. It's actually potted them magic. The way you can tell is a respirator. Fits tightly around? The face doesn't allow the leakage of air and health. Care workers should wear resprayed and Rhino. She has the data to show. How good these puppies? All in one of her studies. She took more than three thousand healthcare workers in Beijing and found that after a month those given in ninety five mosques had roughly half the infection rate of workers using those classical surgical mosques like the ones. You might see the dentist now. Not all studies have found this. But Reina's Ah some of the largest and best in this space what healthcare work is really need in this pandemic. Those ninety five respirator style mosques but as we heard from healthcare workers in some places on enough to go around. There's been a lot of talk of a healthcare workers having to reuse mosques sometimes for multiple days in a row. How risky is that? It probably carries some risk because Musket Contaminated. They get moist. And that's not good for you because bacteria can grow in a moist environment. But it's got no choice. That's like a really difficult dilemma. One solution to the shortage is to not only reuse mosques but to disinfect them so to find out what might work producing. Rose Rim learn. I'm cold up an expert in this very fields. My name is Rachel. Jones and my specialty area is actually around the exposures of healthcare workers to viral respiratory infections. That's that's handy it is Rachel. Who'S AT THE UNIVERSITY OF UTAH. Told us that she'd been hearing of all kinds of things that doctors and nurses we using disinfect. Their respirators there was alcohol. Sprays bleach which we know can kill the virus. But you have to be careful so you don't breathe in a face full of bleach other places have been experimenting. With you irradiation. It can be used to disinfect respirators. And so you can. You can disinfect them. Yes that's great surprise their challenges and they haven't all been I think proven to work as robustly as we'd like them to work and it's not clear that you know all the healthcare facilities have the processes in place studies in the lab using special machinery have found that viruses can be killed with UvA radiation. But Rachel says a lot of hospitals in the US out set up for this kind of thing at the moment and so another idea has been popping up making mosques out of cloth like sometimes t shirt material yes. Crofting is joining the war movement. Some hospitals even calling on. Diy Croft as to so mosques to shore up the supply but can cloth. Stop a virus. Well Rachel says put down you needles and thread a lot of materials. Just aunt made to stop viruses space like think of teasha material. We liked t shirts because they airy and they don't make a sweat too much in viruses can roll right through them all those properties that we like in our T. shirt. Make them problematic to use as a mask. Because small particles have been demonstrated in experimental studies to move readily through cloth that is used asks like abandoned or a t-shirt the only clinical trial that we have on cloth mosques which had around a thousand doctors nurses found that they didn't work and in that study actually increased risk of viral infections. We don't know exactly why it's so interesting that the CDC has recommendations at say okay in dire straits it's like their last resort like if it's really dire straits it's a crisis there's nothing else you can wear cloth mask as a healthcare worker. Executive Vice. I don't think that's a good advice. I was really surprised that that came out as a recommendation as where some of my colleagues were saying to each other. Well mostly kind of snacking. Our foreheads going. Oh no mostly. We were just surprised because there really is no scientific evidence that That using a class mass offers any benefit to suggest. A cloth mask is is not based on science. And so it's important to separate out what is the science based type of controls. And what is the shortage based type of

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Where Is Latino Political Power Today?

Latino Rebels Radio

10:19 min | 1 year ago

Where Is Latino Political Power Today?

"I had an opportunity to connect with actor Sanchez battered by a Mi Familia Volta on Friday. He was in la before he was heading to. Nadda for the Nevada caucuses. I've always I've been following me for several years. It's one of those organizations said. Does some very interesting political awareness campaigns in terms of voter registrations and civic engagement regarding the Latino Communities One thing Actor is going to do a town hall with Elizabeth Warren Speaking About Nevada. And he's GonNa do that on Monday. February seventeenth beyond the lookout for that. We'll probably probably Share it on Latino rebels but anyway here's a conversation that I had with Expert on Friday. He was in la. I was on the East Coast so here it is funny. Level Latino Rebels Radio. Hey actor thank you so much for being on the Tino rebels radio station coolio. Hey so listen I know here. We are again. Everyone suddenly discovering the Latino vote. I oh New Hampshire open now. We're going to Nevada and now we're going to other parts of the country where there's lots voters. It can be a little bit exhausting. Just want to get your take on all that on on on the current election cycle on politicians. And just in general. What's on your mind as as you head to Nevada and you focus on on this election cycle. Thank you remain on a meeting? You Open Line really context Isis what we have facing the US productivity that we have in the future suddenly all these politicians are paying attention to our community. I'm going to Las Vegas tomorrow. And suddenly everybody wants to talk to us because we have the capacity to turn out Latinos but we have the responsibility to make sure that we hold them accountable because otherwise we're just gonNA see them every four years in. Were Never GonNa see the changes that we need in terms of the priorities for community so we need now that we analyze it from that perspective that we grab this political power in that we make sure that we use it. To keep of them accountable. So listen I've caught. What you've done with the video series that you do and you had you had star right and you had biden. Why was it important for you to to do that? Because I think those type of conversations are being shared in the community but they seem to get lost in the in the crush of all this political news so tell me about the importance of those videos. And what did you learn from them to contact? Julio and I want to be very clear about this because politicians are really good at Sweet Bell. Kino's in responding whatever we want to hear but the goal period is joining Denise really to to spend some good time with them and push them to get a specific commitments. So we're GONNA use this information connected to the field operations familiar Probably the strongest nations in the nation but regression GDP citizenships Them when I make sure that our community has all the possible information in education to be able to take serious decisions but by the time we have hopefully a new policy then that we can use this information that has been recorded in build campaigns around those promises for example in all of them you can see how specific we heard about the level of commitment that we we won on on. They should ballistic immigration for example. There is no single politician from anybody. The has been willing to spend the basic political capital to make it happen for those is critical to have this done in the first one hundred days in winded up but I see then that he sabi and that can get it done or Bamako got done in the one hundred days. You'll like he did it with you know any other issues. We have the nation that shows that the nation in both sides when having mediation reform we need a politician has the commitment to get it done in. Push it through the first one hundred days. And we're going to be accompanied surrounding shows like immigration in other priorities for the community. Right so what did you learn from those interviews that you didn't learn before? Was there anything where you kind of like politicians just saying the same things? What did you learn? I have questions that are very specific about commitments. For example I us all of them one of the problems that we have in our community. Julio is on the representation of Latinos in the most important space of power where the most underrepresented group when it comes to but at the end shall appointments to people in Congress who anything that means power so as them gave us on a specific commitment right now to put at least for Latino Latinas in the cabinet in for example in the in the interview with by USA said she got Hewlett from. He got upset. Yeah I saw that. He got a little bit. Like how dare you as that question? Not that I don't know what the what was going through his mind but I know what you're saying so he's very uncomfortable for them to specific commitments to basic install that is reflective of for democracy that is reflective of our population for example in the Biden. A conversation kills say for the first time Obama on on the rotations. Brian is the first time we hear the vice-president disagreeing with Obama literally on anything Infosys important to know. Are we going to have another Democratic president? That has an obsession with the politicians and the devastation of families. Or we can really use this information to keep the mobilisation amazing that. He's coming on the ground with so many organizations. Let's focus on the current election cycle because I am just fascinated to get your takes as a leader in as a civic leader as as you know in the organization that you do in the work that you guys have done in the past are Latinos invisible in this election cycle or do you think campaigns are. We started by saying you know here they come and you know. I'm going to Nevada and all of a sudden in the week before the caucus everyone wants to talk to me like you've seen this before it hit me more calm Lisa and throwing it always happens. What have you seen anything different? Well let's one element is up to us. Julio I've been working in I've been in in in doing national work on the field for for twenty years. I've been doing a lot of policy work in everytime I analyze or we do campaigns on any policy issue we are the ones suffering the biggest exclusion ican beyond Latino piles indication Gumby Hill that he can be criminal justice. It can be just immigration that we haven't got lethally nothing in the past five Joesbury basics it can be any issue either. Spending more time on Energie deals fighting for the basics. Quarter the crumbs the political power that with the service community in we fight Cited because if we would all the possibilities that we have community if we exercise political power. We need to make sure that everybody's single precedent that comes to the White House goes through Latino community in the has accountability to the Latino community. We need to make sure that we never ever allow racist misogynist the most destructive precedent in the history which is Donald trump that we never have a guy like this and we can make sure that we're doing that storm may sing. Julio Reina been all over the nation traveling because we office in six states fourteen of his bates and he's so beautiful to see Latinos and Latinas are actually in the front lines. Making this a better stronger McCready. Some very hopeful among the turnout hopeful. But I can see that that people are literally a a organizing communities is amazing the powerful stories that we see in the point that is a direct correlation between quality of life and the level of civic engagement. We have the quality. Boris schools the quality of for bars. The quality of everything that we see. So that's where we're doing. So that's the first point. Julio the second point is to fight the structural problems that we have in democracy to exclude Latinos and Latinas. He's a horrible democratic system just the basics of how he was created. You'll for white men in how we still exclude people of colored to have easy access to the democratic process for Boris oppression to just lack of investment in in our communities a when I was shadow. Finish a leg with some studies in in campaign sexually to look at money and all. Yeah I remember that I I. I've say more about that because I think that's part of the problem right. That's a big part of the problem. The reality is that democracy is extremely expensive. I can't tell you how much it goes to the restriction. A hug until you how much it goes to knock on doors. I can tell you how much everything has a price that in presidential election count goes from four billion to six billion depending on on on the yearning keeps getting more experienced. You you said with a B B A billion billion just want people to hear that billion anyway and guess what happens brother all that money goes to white communities and of course. Yeah in two. Were turning this conversation around and say you know what let's pressure on the candidates. How much money. They're spending in our communities to the border Knocking on doors really talking to people. How much money out of they is spending on on the different elements that are so critical for for a for elections in the democratic

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Wayne Marshall Discusses His Short Story Collection Shirl

Published...Or Not

10:17 min | 1 year ago

Wayne Marshall Discusses His Short Story Collection Shirl

"That you've been getting some great reviews rarely been rating than they In the press. But could you tell us a little bit more about the pathway from the awards at Josh mentioned. It's not quite as simple as just getting shortlisted. How did you get to this moment to die? Sure so the shortlisting was a whirlwind anthony. We'll stay with me for the rest of my life. I think Contacted by agents and publishes the very same day of the announcement which was fantastic announcement on on the announcement receiving emails frog messages on twitter. It was and and if you hate from a Christian Fish Chen or any of the other rod has its time experience so At that point I only had a thirty seven thousand word manuscript. It always influenced to actually Melanie Chang head submitted. A similar word can't install Ebay had had success. There was a Willa Center event where she spark and that was the moment that actually decided to submit the thing in the first place. It wasn't really on my right up at that point so it shows that a warden spas other artists to get input Stuff into the wool absolutely and so through that process affirm press came aboard and wanted to publish the book but it was still too short so the idea is that you would try to get the collection out as soon as possible. Bang that it was still you know the APLA shortlisting was still very much out there. So I had unwritten one story in the previous year and when I saw him with a fan press. The deal was four stories in four months which was terrifying and exhilarating the same time a deadline. Exactly it just shows you yes. So I managed to produce the full stories Are went for some. I didn't have time to doubt the material doubt the premises so I went with some stuff that I otherwise wouldn't have gone with had a bit of a list of ideas. I I did a deed but a few of the stories that had around for maybe three years but hadn't quite moved along with them or just forced myself to write first drafts. And it's down in the something to work with whereas before I just thought that ought not gonna work so there are two stories and it looked quite metaphysics which I played around with that conned of fiction nonfiction mash up a little awareness about their own existence. Yes side Some things that were on the journey to rotting show that awed decided it was time to put in such as I went through cancer In the in the early stages of the book which was an impetus to writing the book in the first place. And how did that for you up to to write. What has led to this stunning book? Yeah sure it freed me up in the sense that I thought none of these stories I would be published that you know it was very very seek That were just diagnosed and it took a year Eh. Going through all that until the second stint of came to water out again and I was doing came on Friday Friday mornings and I'd get up and write for two hours beforehand forehand and it was stuff just to amuse me. There was no industry. No hearing about concept about published that was turns out that that was exactly what I needed. It's so true silver lining from a very dark clad so with the stories and I. I can't believe how you do this. Every time we get to the end of the the story I had a hell. Did he do that now. I'm going to look at one section of prize from you've got people in the front of your book who've praised the collection who've read it in advance of publication GonNa Ray the nines to whine Makola Nikola generals in Reina. Neil all very influential influential writers an Australia authors but I actually want to zero in on John Rosen's because she starts in a way that you'd think the maybe this doesn't sound so vain she finishes cries. I'm going to read this APP. General sense is on Wine Marshall's collection show these stories of a strident men in small towns and pull suburbs stories of sport drinking fighting and love sands awful right that she puts but there's a big battle here but these are stories. Tall was SAIMAA chart. Wit a meticulous craft that even as you're reading about a limitation Class A man in love with a kangaroo a mermaid on a fishing trip. You're asking yourself why did did this really happen. Wine Marshall is a worthy successor to his town might pay to carry. That's prize. It went a writer of gorgeous imagination endearing experimentation ikin compassion and chill is one of the best books of Australian stories. You'll rate wow and autograph with her on that assessment. I'm not gonNA make anymore. The raiders. Fortunate can't that listeners. Fortunately can't say that here but there are other prize in however automob- beyond that prize tries to the craft. You mentioned before how it freed you up to right. I'm GonNa quite something. It sounds like a real mouthful from aristotle. approachable impossibility is preferable to an impossible probability. I I had to write that. Deng's always mix it up but in wine Mashall's world old. You start with the everyday will that we think we Then you give it a bizarre twist and you you make us believe it. And that's what I my. By the time you get to the end and status with his arresting ending. We took hand-held that he does that. So do you start with the bizarre edition or the ordinary reward and let it emerge. Yes so it's normally. It will come to me in a bizarre image or concept. They're usually quite concept driven stories so we start not like that and I guess I've always had that Oban. I'd been working on writing for ten years before I started having success with these stories and I could come up with an initial initial idea well enough but I think what was holding you back as well is. This seems to me now. Like a Secondary Act of imagination. Where you get the blood D- But the grounding the will building the making real which is absolutely essential on not so much into say straight out surrealism where it's just go let craziness? I want. Want to feel absolutely real and so. That's the big task beyond the initial idea. And that takes a lot of drafting and all that. So I'm probable impossibility impossibility. You believe. This could happen but you know it's impossible in the back up. Yes you do that. So it's the balance of the two and finding what you call a secondary incidental storyline more like. I guess it would come back to will building the Secondary Act of imagination. You've gotta fill that. Would you've go to populate it you've got to fill it with all the details not too many. That it bogs down and working in short stories. You've got a zipper too long. But I wanted to feel real fo for raiders but real to me too I want these stories to feel absolutely real. Even though they're crazy like I know I'm going to go to a specific example here and it's it's the story that's inspired the cover of show and a man has fallen in love with the kangaroo route. How on Earth do you make that real that that sort of the bizarre things you wouldn't put it in a literary collection of short? Say How do you make that believable including that the kangaroos wearing accounting jumping. I think it's the stuff like the cotton jump and the party pause and the name of the beer and the name of specific replies that gives it that you can feel that house and that place and the two men that popular that story. I think this is real reality to those guys. And that's where I grew up. That's my culture and so drew on all of that again beyond the crazy idea to fill it with with realistic Dato and to just dropped often draft and draft until it felt real it does feel very real one of the things I really liked about. It was the kangaroo. Never reacts in the way you expect now take something personally and some there does that so you give it a three dimensional character a kangaroo. Yeah but you don't buy that. We all got along with each. I really like I think you. Would you call that an. I probably want to bring this up in terms of defining does the Jonah but would you call it magic realism of fantastic realism here. I'm a bit be careful with the magic realism stuff. Because it has a specific origin and a specific cultural lineage being in South America and the magic realists to come out of there so that the second one fantastic realism. It's really you know. Version of magic. Yeah improbable things happen everyday. Well I think I'm coming more and more to the understanding that I my entire style comes out of the young culture that I grew up in. I grew up at a suburban Melbourne with people. Ah stood around telling toll stories full exaggeration and huma and color and be twists. And I've just realized that informs my style so much that sums up beautifully and it shows and all your work now you have a Melbourne launched last week at the hill of content bookstore in Melba. You've got a bacchus marsh. Could you tell us the data. Yes I do. So we have a launch of the Pekka Smash Lobby this Saturday at twelve thirty. And it's GonNa be really special because they've supported may for so long mm-hmm and they gave me and another friend of mine. Jim Tully Mila the lessons to do things like create the pay to carry short story award which we in running for four years. It's just small ward. That is now national and really personal imprimature. Hasn't yes and hate us as the winning stories and to talk to someone like to carry even Chrissy. Molly's Alley's huge so. Tom Employs at the back of Smash Library this Saturday at at twelve thirty at twelve. Thirty four thirty. Yes yes exactly yes thank. You're very much wind Marshall on your congratulations on your debut. 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"reina" Discussed on V103

V103

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"reina" Discussed on V103

"Reina time high of thirty seven that's what's happening I am Perry Williams back with another update in thirty minutes on the Steve Harvey morning show on B. one oh three what somehow some way make up in the living room six in the like the dell we don't everybody got picked up what they think you've got to get I've got to get the big the take me.

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NFL explains why there was no pass interference called on play that eliminated Saints

The Tony Kornheiser Show

07:49 min | 1 year ago

NFL explains why there was no pass interference called on play that eliminated Saints

"We're going to. We're going to make football show because that's what people like over the weekend. Everybody who listens to this show presumably watched all of the football games or most of all of the football guess. He missed the playoffs playoff in Hawaii. The yes I missed that one Justin Thomas I saw this morning. I thought it was really nice but I missed it last last night because it came on pretty late We're going to do you because the ratings of the NFL up all across the board because the interest in the NFL is up all across the board and because each of those those games was quite interesting in its own way including terrible terrible. Coaching decisions by both coaches in the Houston Buffalo Game. We're going to talk about out this for an extended period of time in the first segment. Michael Wilbon will join us in second segment. We're GONNA limit news and go right to old guy where we're going to talk about the Golden Globes and the matchups for next week. That's what we're going to the show probably the same length. But I WANNA do it if you don't mind I WANNA do it that way also. WanNa thank Clarendon Tola for Baking Cooke's for Claire Gary Braun Chris Cillizza Michael Kornheiser Nigel. Who has nothing to do except for on the boards because we're not sleep keeps pressing one button? So He's been news cancelled forever now just today. If you don't mind especially the best thing is not gonNa work out just I you know I'm old and I thought why not like Michael said to me last night we were talking about the possibility of of Michael. Are you shaking your head. You don't want me to. Would you go ahead down the fourth wall. People talking about Mike Lees. I won't share this on air dead. Yeah go ahead Michael Says Cillizza how how do we get rid of him. Nicely to the change in the show today. I let's start. Let's start with yesterday's which is going to go backwards. I'm just can start with the Minnesota game because of all the games the end result of that game is the most surprises so like I said on the PTI show on Friday. I'll take Tennessee. Plus Five Live and a half all day and all night doesn't mean I think they're gonNA win. I'm GONNA take those points New Orleans. Losing at home in overtime to Minnesota is stunning drew. BREES did not have a great game he had a very bad fumble in drive. That could have changed in the fourth quarter changed. Everything around. He got picked never gets picked. I mean he did not have a great game. There are three quarterbacks forty years old and up over the weekend and they all lost. We'll get to that but even with brees not having a great game. They tied the game. They got into overtime there at home and they yielded the first drive. That's it see around. see you around Kirk cousins who. I am extraordinarily critical of on a regular basis was very good and kirk cousins to Adam Adam field and had to make up for fumble early. You know but I don't feel did that pass. That wins the game. Now there's a third downplay because what you don't want to do is have to kick a field goal because because you don't want to give New Orleans the ball on the one. Yeah you don't WanNa do that. On the third downplay they go in the left. Hand top corner of the end zone to Kyle Rudolph is about twelve aid aide just like that and by the way quickly give cousins credit. That was a terrible snap. The snap his way to his right he basically knocks it with his right hand. Quickly gathers it because you it's all timing and throws a faith throws the fate and Rudolf reaches up. He's much taller than defender and he gets it in the process of doing that he pushes off. There's no question he pushes off. Does it rise to the level of offensive pass interference for me in a playoff game and I have to give context here. New Orleans has tragically lost in Hoon's replay off games in a row cheated in one cheated by by their own stupidity in another with defensive back and I mean I honestly either call offense a pass. Interference would have so I did not I mean I I watched the play. Did Not in real time necessarily see the wrangle back is in front of your Reina Vision Right. So they call it a touchdown a apparently appropriately to me and then you see the replay and and I did think to myself. Like oh my goodness could they. Could they possibly possibly overturn this. I mean it. And we've all seen their explanation and said there was handed both sides. It didn't rise to level pass interference. I mean I'm sorry by no objective measure to me was that not pass interference and in fact is in fact a couple hours later they called the same thing on hollister tight end from. I'm from Seattle and on much less meaningful circumstance but I mean I just felt like the league. We're getting out of the way this one. I mean there's no way every time it's the UNCANNY situational right. We know this. It's like it's like a Games are raft. Basketball game is reverend different right. The game is rough differently in the last thirty seconds than it it is and that's situationally you cannot. I don't think when I watched it and I watched the replay. He pushed off a little bit. Did it it was. It did not to me anyway. I think I disagree with you. Guys did not to me look agree. Gis I think Rudolph was bigger. The defensive back had his back this business. Being that push back. Chris Locate fully extends. I think it was his left arm. Yeah if he is allowed to do that he catches that ball. A hundred injured time. He cannot be defended. Unless you play. Just there's so many calls they show throughout the game when they every time on a pass Where not every time? Seventy percent of the time on a pattern when they show the slow motion the other guy. The the DB is has his arm wrapped around around the guy's waist or is holding. His arm gets there. I just think it's very subjective. That's fine but I agree with that but I would also agree that the saints should not be shafted million better cost the saints again. Plenty of opportunities it. Certainly when you were watching the game I ah in the flow of it and when tased him hill like in three straight plays a three-stroke they score a touchdown. Now it's twenty seventeen right gary to have that right was twenty. I needed to twenty twenty twenty seven hundred twenty and then they get back they get it back and take some hill like three times. Basically the the one where he runs to the left where it looks like. He's tackled and he spins runs for thirty arts. Well they're definitely going to win then. And then brees fumbled. I mean it was very i. I lost fumbling. The ball get hit. No sort of this is arm gets hit a little bit. I'm sorry I'm busy trying to reconstruct your show on the fly without telling you so allowed back in so so tension is good for the show is for Knuckleballer To to to tie it up. What was the forty nine yard or from lots? They're kicking it through. Yeah man that went about now three feet off the ground and easier kick at the end of the first half a ball Games kick forty something already three but that's an easier kick so that game. Let me say one other thing about that game as someone who was a kirk cousins fan when he was here. I'm not going to criticize Kirk. Cousins played fine. He was he was great in that last. Drive the drive. If they lose the haters are going to look at that stat line that would have been seventeen of twenty nine hundred and ninety yards picked and he didn't do anything bad. Oh he had a good game and the pass was just

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Moussa Sissoko admits getting too tired playing in Pochettino's diamond

ESPN FC

05:25 min | 2 years ago

Moussa Sissoko admits getting too tired playing in Pochettino's diamond

"Off to the seven to to walloping enhanced by and this is what they're spurs midfielder Moussa so to say we get tired too quickly. When we play with a midfield diamond jubilee it was October Fest Foot by Northland don't think Soco saying anything and he didn't see with our own? Is that what what do you make of him and she going so public with with this criticism so some of these guys do not. I guess they haven't had media training. I guess they do an odd question. Well you just have no commonsense right as it pertains to your essay question. You don't have to answer it. You can dance around did even if you feel that this is the case what is there to gain for Mussa's so come on and say we get too tired when we play in diamond what somebody's GonNa feel sorry I four u Somebody's GonNa say oh. I'm so sorry that you have to run into midfield. I'm so sorry you have to tackle people. I'm so sorry that you have to get it close to midfield player. Come on man honestly this is we're talking about Champions League and we're talking about playing at home playing against via Munich. We're in this guy is bringing up. We're getting tire. Come on is this further sign Shankar and the beam plenty already that the players and the manager getting further apart yes yes I see that for this reason this as far as I'm concerned the only players in the park who have any right to complain about getting tired because of nineteen minutes are you wing box given what's asked of them in modern day football. If no you complaining about getting tired of formation it points to something and fog far deeper than than just answering a question incorrectly my opinion and given what we've seen from Spoo- so far this season this just visa Mussa's who looking for an excuse to try to explain their poor performances looking for an excuse that somehow absolves him mm-hmm and the rest of the midfield of any kind of responsibility furthermore kind of throws a manager under the bus so which is why answer my question your your question the way that I did. I think it's it's it's alarming to have a player answering the question that Frank. What did you make of what's going on a spur from a farming? The statistics are pretty stop. They've won nine. They lost twenty eight games in all competitions. Why why the exceptional season last season where the their right level? I'm not sure maybe they were playing at one hundred and forty percent. Maybe they were fortunate. Let's say lucky when you see Lucas scoring three goals in the semi final against away from home when you everybody thinks it's it's dead we want something from the Spurs may be the not able to recreate because they were here. It was too much for them and they just came back as human being this season they showed the weaknesses reina what the MHM weaknesses where Eden by a real fortune last season and now you see the conflicts coming up always dot com and from USA Sissoko saying to the Koch. We don't want us to play later because I think we don't like the way you make us play and prominence becomes becomes reality when when in fact you can't answer the questions on the field and last year they were able to do so because they were playing at the maximum because they oughta spirit together and because they were lucky did not anymore in those three statements interesting you'll photon over achievement because guys would look at the starting eleven it is still a fabulous team on on on paper. It is not an argument be made that they'd just been a victim of great by inside on on Tuesday night but also suffering and they've done that before you would say it's just a slow start. If you don't go back to the end of last season on how much of a struggle it was other than Champions League and maybe making the deep running Champions League mass a lot of the issues that we're going to get over chief. Did they overcharged grossly over achieve. You can meet well. I mean even even even the biggest I fan will be like attendance. League final. I look over achieve got fortunate but they took advantage of that good fortune and give them credit for that but clearly there's been issues with this his team since deep deep issues back then that they haven't resolved they did not answer it through the summer and they have an answer yet and early on in the the season for me. It's not only the players is not only puts it. The it's just a whole feeling oh spurs right now seems to be while they go brighton and Walford Nixon the primarily that may be just the remedy that they have all due respect to break known. What extra chime is where we onto your twitter questions Enj- you can see it every day on Youtube Channel

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"reina" Discussed on Think Again

Think Again

02:55 min | 2 years ago

"reina" Discussed on Think Again

"You can't hold the idea of the ultimate disillusion of attachment to anything in your head and live your life at the same time. And when I say something unintelligible that should not be understood us like, oh, we are just too small and find that to understand it. That would be again be a religious finito limited in that way. Unintelligible because it is makes sense. It makes no sense, and therefore is undesirable to strive to achieve a state in which you couldn't be anyone that you can do anything you couldn't die. But he also couldn't live and what I'm trying to show the whole book is that you can't have one without the other camp have the pleasure without pain. You can't have a life the death. You can't have the mattering impulsive care with also the precarious anxiety invulnerability, then it's about how are we going to do Justice to that? And. Knowledge that taking care of one. Another one thing that unites the whole book is really liked the question of finito in the sounds like how should we think about Reina to the book covers a lot of ground politics religion that trip philosophy? But that's really the animating question for me. Stand are. So in simple terms like to be finite is to be dependent on others to live in relation to death. I'm fine because I can't sustain my life on my own because I'm going to die and all the things who I'm trying to be what I'm trying to do all of these things are fine it because they can fall apart and one of the things I'm trying to address in the book in different registers. Like, how should we think about seeds? Some of that we all know that we're finding, but how should we understand that fact, and the religious understanding of that is understanding that somehow that's a fallen condition or lack the best thing would be to not be fine show that actually that sounds finito while painful and difficult it's part of what animates our care. And and if you mattering in practice, the faith as the stains are careful one another even for those who had religious is secular in my sounds stems from sense, both the belief in the intrinsic value of community life, the relationship institutions, we're trying to maintain. But also sounds that they are essentially Fadul they depend on practical commitment. They don't exist on this. We sustain them. That's the heart of secular fake. So secular faith. Yeah. Let's take a little bit a little bit more time than unpack that you talk about sort of the two moves of faith. So in religious faith. It's like, I you accept that. You have no control that ultimately. It's up to God or natural law or whatever. And then Secondly, you place your faith or your trust in God or natural law to take care of things. So that you don't really have to worry about the temporal secular faith on the other hand to movement that are made at once I run a head into whatever I'm committed to devoted to say. I'm married to someone relationship object of faith..

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Check out Pluto TV for free streaming movies/TV shows

Talking Tech

02:31 min | 2 years ago

Check out Pluto TV for free streaming movies/TV shows

"I spent some time the other day checking out Pluto TD, the streaming service. It was in the news this week because Viacom the media giant that owns MTV, Nickelodeon and comedy central just bought the company for three hundred and forty million dollars. What is Pluto t the if you have Roku Amazon fire stick apple t the Unum. It you don't want wanna check this channel out. It has what it calls. It says it has hundred channels and thousands of movies. Let me tell you all about it. On today's episode of talking tech. I'm Jefferson Graham, so Petit is a very different animal than most other streaming services. They require a monthly subscription as in Netflix and Hulu or they offer movies on demand for a fee like voodoo all those other channels. They're generally aggregated of cable TV content. That's only viewable if users authenticate there. Cable account. Now, Pluto TV's a collection alive channels and some of them you've heard of like CNBC, cheddar, TV and CBS news, most you haven't most are homegrown channels offering movie, John Lewis, like comedy, horror and romance. Now, did I mention that everything is free on Pluto TV? There are a lot of movies and TV shows mostly older ones superman three in the line of duty with Clint Eastwood, the original nineteen sixty eight funny girl, and I found TV series like the old Roseanne show from the eighties hell's kitchen with Gordon Ramsay and the reality series, Kate plus eight now, you can watch the movies so-called live. It's the same movies. That are available on demand. All of them have commercials. There's a lot to watch. And because there are commercials. You will not be able to fast forward. That's the deal with the devil that you're making to watch the free service. But again, it's free. They got a lot of good stuff on there. It's easy to come. By if you have the Amazon fire stick the Roku streaming player. Apple TV, just add the app to your collection of entertainment apps, and you've got lots of programming to watch. Now, I have nothing to complain about. Because it's all free, right? What do you think of Pluto TV? Let me know your thoughts on Twitter, Reina, Jefferson Graham, you've been listening to talking tech. Please subscribe on apple podcasts. Please favourite us on Stitcher, which helps more people find the show and as always thanks everyone for listening.

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Dixons Carphone says 10 million more customers could have been hit by cyber attack

Gary King

03:48 min | 3 years ago

Dixons Carphone says 10 million more customers could have been hit by cyber attack

"Fun with him yesterday The head of the f. t. this is he tweeted sake if anyone is earned device, to make verbal slips. And introducing other people it surely Jeremy hunt. I love the way that you said that so carefully Very slowly I'd also it was a brilliant opportunity for lots of people to we used to Diffic- job just. Before the. Olympics everybody was he was, charged ring a hand bell in the bell flew off. If you haven't seen it look it up on YouTube is able bring you joy Let's bring joy and that's the removal men have arrived, at Boris Johnson's official residence leave finally does mean leave two weeks after j after Boris Johnson quit the, cabinet the movement cabin, yesterday packed of all of his stuff from. Colin goddesses shipped out. Which is. Probably just as well for, job hunt because if his wife is a very happy Some can go when he gets back from China I love it thank you very much indeed That's virtually editor the types of books, to, sign up to brilliant morning emails, there dude you. Look at that footage of that's that bell let me bring you back in on. That story about the dropping of that speech the message in that speech that that. Doesn't play well with with perhaps floating voters you do think the Tories all graduated thing about burning justices of inequality that. Doesn't say much for the conservative party's? Image does it matter what does. That mean he's executive editor of conservative him you represent? Grassroots to remember here is who was it who who laid out famously the reputational problem. Of the conservative party as the nasty. Party it was Theresa May fifteen years ago now, when she was chairwoman of the conservative party, she stood up a Tory conference, and said people think whether the nasty party she knew they have this policy had this problem where if, you give people a list of ten ideas they say they like. Them, and then you give them the same listen they say that Tori ideas and they go off. Them and they know there's a reputational problem she. Had the opportunity. To dig into these. Issues Show action show she'd done something. To do it she had to get Briggs it right I and I think a. Lot of voters know that she doesn't bought the right to get her agenda so there's no progress okay thank you very. Much that isn't breaking news for you? Dixons carphone warehouse of just a. Confirmed that a ten million records of personal data were? Hacks in twenty seventeen they said they found no evidence of any fraud twenty seven hundred. Ten million records of customers with Dixons. Carphone warehouse that we didn't exactly which data what, data was she access to what percentage of, their customers that will mean but, as a hell of a lot of personal data that's been hockey pep state developments that let's say to, turn turnout issues to the sport Ben fetches here good morning to. Julia, how are we very well people there's no torture fraud says no World Cup is a Wimbledon. Is that there is Josiah marina actually talk about Manage a mandate on. On the back of the sun today he's going a little bit stir crazy and Old Trafford it would seem I this is the difficult fat variant, Manchester NAS it historically Josie deliver something in the first season nil lead of? Something in the second and third he's self destructs and guess act that's historically what happened Chelsea twice and, several other clubs in Europe I'm the, the Manchester not. Implies now saying that. His attitude his demeanor on the? Tour of the US has been quite difficult to have to work with that then no enjoying working with him Egomaniac Quite Langley egomania because he's very open about charming, egomania but it. Is I'm I'm a big fan always have, been but now reaching a point where I just think I'm getting a little bit tired of the. Act I talk sport Reina Paul, yesterday how much longer do you think? Choice I'm. Rena we'd be Manchester United. Manager I fifty people think it'll be gone before. Christmas so so. Season..

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"reina" Discussed on Manage Your Damn Money: The Podcast

Manage Your Damn Money: The Podcast

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"reina" Discussed on Manage Your Damn Money: The Podcast

"As of compounding growth that you've missed out on in every single day that you say well it's already gone up now it can't keep going i'm gonna wait 'til that's missed opportunity after missed opportunity after missed opportunity so at some point you've gotta just hold your nose and jump in the pool you'll find out how cold the water is once you get there it's the same situation like you've just gotta jump in right and not worry so much about being in on the exact right day so much as having the right timeframe that you're jek diary to allow that money to grow on top of it so consistent balanced approach to it and then to it it was kind of like a side note but it mentioned the difference between real estate and stocks or like you know kind of more traditional investments i think it was making the point that real estate is not necessarily where you need to be starting is certainly not things that are like more complicated than what basic investing would be but by real estate specifically they're talking about like the home you own right how you of it and a lot of times you know you see those commercials that are rail against all the time saying things like your home is your bank right that stupidity right those are what they're trying to make the point against clear so let's write traditionally the value of your home really just goes up enough to keep pace with inflation but people look the home that they're buying as an investment which is counter to that saying well we wanna buy a house in this place is gonna be a great investment look at it they got a whole foods now so that means property values going to do accent are you planning to move once that whole foods gets built reina's that y it's an investment for you or you're gonna raise your family there cinder kids to school they're retired there and all those thing not an investment it's not.

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"reina" Discussed on The Corner

The Corner

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"reina" Discussed on The Corner

"Yeah i can't do yeah they're like midnight joke draw the line somewhere i love wrestling but god damn got the next day like nine for accents can't to live like young men around here we're gonna turn the hands back bring back to your south by south west dates act let you slip back there man other stores take you back in the day before we get out of here though is it something we put together every year take some damn time but do it every got to do it this year before we get off the show re booking mania last year we had seven matches this could even narrow down to seven matches we have to do nine match so we could put nine matches with the current crop of talent just main roster what should the matches have been so we're gonna start with the two pre show matches and to preface this we had every title outside cruiserweight title count data i didn't put on me so we have both tags both women's the to mid card titles in the two main tires and then one non title match so it could be anything else that we want on the card if we had to book more so let's go through i'm booking mine as though the champions are still the champions by the way so not shifting belts pre show smack down tag team championships no sydney rod tanking championships because i can't do reina get so i would have the i'd have the club versus the bar as my raw strata raw tag team championship match and i would have the club way.

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"reina" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

03:57 min | 3 years ago

"reina" Discussed on RobinLynne

"Talk to you again banned the things you know that that you say i mean i i like it all this far in enzo uh huh yeah yeah well i like that still well you know you've got quite a few things that really going on every day that you're talking about so we're gonna keep reina gone we got just glad i want you girl get out my face and why are we gonna argue all the time chairman up k it it it we'll talk about that would too it it it it it it it they're all good album aaa kamel fled nia i like got more green gay.

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"reina" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

The Daily Zeitgeist

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"reina" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

"It's really are they are i like scott hamilton really got he's not calling the ice this time i'm really glad we got johnny weir in turkey throw in all the shade that we need in like really giving good call for commentary but it was a really good event i mean so to athletes that perform last name reina gossioux anirban were flocking phenomenal and like they're back story is pretty amazing so marai made the olympics team back in 2010 and she got a fourth and adam tried to qualify in 2010 he didn't qualify tan and cheese and then in 2014 they both tried to qualify and actually more this is kind of a huge drama marai in the national championship condition in america actually was third but they sent ashley wagner who was fourth instead of her even though she qualified as third and so like adam because the interview reese talking about how it last year him and rai were so upset they just got in and out in like watched it and like ride anna most underrated force in sports is like feeling like you've been slated paul pierce just got inducted to the hall of fame i think he was drafted 10th and like that fueled his whole career duration being drafted third fueled his whole career and this apparently fuelled these two young figure skaters i mean kobe concil est every person who drafted in front of him on spot uh but was really cool so murai went up and she was calm like she went in there and she started off by hitting a triple axel olympics now if you've seen i tanya you know that this has not i think under the very welcome this is not some like basic shit she is the first american woman and third overall woman to land a triple axel in the olympics like that's a big fucking or easy that also puts into perspective how good tonya harding was because if you haven't seen the movie she was the first woman to land a triple axel in competition and like even since she did that there's only been three people in all the olympic i react didn't landed in the olympics though derail yeah right but just how cutting edge she asked totally and like.

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"reina" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

The Daily Zeitgeist

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"reina" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

"It's really are they are i like scott him to really got he's not calling the ice this time i'm really glad we got johnny weir in turkey throw in all the shade that we need in like really giving good call for commentary but it was a really good event i mean so to athletes that perform last name reina gossioux anirban were flocking phenomenal and like they're back story is pretty amazing so marai made the olympics team back in 2010 and she got a fourth and adam tried to qualify in 2010 he didn't qualify tan and cheese and then in 2014 they both tried to qualify and actually more this is kind of a huge drama marai in the national championship condition in america actually was third but they sent ashley wagner who was fourth instead of her even though she qualified us third and so like adam because the interview reese talking about how like last year him and rai were so upset they just got in and out in like watched it and like ride anna most underrated force in sports is like feeling like you've been slated paul pierce just got inducted to the hall of fame i think he was drafted 10th and like that fueled his whole career jordan being drafted third fueled his whole career and this apparently fuelled these two young figure skaters i mean kobe concil est every person who drafted in front of him on spot uh but was really cool so murai went up and she was calm like she went in there and she started off by hitting a triple axel olympics now if you've seen i tanya you know that this has not i.

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"reina" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

VIBES-LIVE

01:54 min | 4 years ago

"reina" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

"Slowly i am i fear we're still heard by love me so it's this is bob reina this in his son no von da's as long ago in an era e p and o well dad's word boom lorde and uh oh oh lorde oh one lorde.

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"reina" Discussed on Unorthodox

Unorthodox

02:07 min | 4 years ago

"reina" Discussed on Unorthodox

"Definitely i mean look i have other things i need to deal with the rest of my body that have not had plastic surgery aren't is still problematic him like a hundred different ways but at least this is one less thing i have to deal with and you're knows is that there's no hiding it i can where i can wear a bludger shirt or a coat to cover up whatever is happening down in my gut i can't cover on my nose i just can't do it so you everyone sees it immediately whether they know you were not whether they're talking to you or just looking at you wanna subway everyone sees your knows all the time and mind was quite quite noticeable so i'm learning today from from my american fans that there is some correlation between then noses in and jewishness which initial total strange thing so eight walking out of that office of the reina past the office do things change in in terms of your own perception of yourself as a member of this group you're going to college probably people more tolerant a you less naked adjust as can make that you mean to to be jewish their correlation beyond your nose in your we should say well we were a jewish summer camper your brothers rabbi i mean my work in jewish media i went to talks it's not like i was going to a clam rally no in terms of my connects the my jewish has no didn't change thing and in terms of how people identify me when they're looking for jewish community to see if i am jewish it's obvious i'm jewish mean right now i have a big bushy beard and sometimes i wear black glasses and the woman who am i dry cleaner said you look like a rabbi and by the way our our ratta essential as he's has odiele i have i have never been anything other than extremely semitic looking in that still true and i think it takes people about a half second to look at me to realize that i'm jewish may be less than a half second what has changed is there's no immediate casual antisemitic insult that people hurl at me that is without even thinking about it let's have better i mean people still hate me because i am jewish but at least they don't just yell at me on this i way because of my.

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"reina" Discussed on The Canon

The Canon

01:35 min | 4 years ago

"reina" Discussed on The Canon

"So isabelle adjani is on the payroll from the start make that much more explicit errors would explain why she seems to the timing so much of whatever it is she's doing in a hot holly energy lateline unmoved when she sees reina nails well exactly although i mean who can tell she's on a half they're just is also french oak okay guy showing later the french that i mean i mean the the french and more generally more enigmatic now i'm not i'm not say of light just a you know i i mean that interim giver i just thought the inner the just more generally mysterious yes it just struck me actually that ronnie likley prison the mom and a movie i really like and i forgot when it a nightmare on street and that renault street yes as china remember why allow me get through a door very memorably at the end of the way why didn't you shoot baby driver in la then because it was too expensive and ways the thing i i got to say is i wrote the film for los angeles and i wrote to because los angeles is the only city in this country that i've ever lived in for a long period of time so i read it philosophical i feel like i knew los angeles then when it came into production los angeles was that prohibitively expensive because you know the movie industry is sadly so of mostly moved away from hollywood wishes ironic because the reason that came to only within the first place was for the lie and the weather and held has go everywhere else the world where there is no such great light knows at great weather.

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"reina" Discussed on The World Transformed

The World Transformed

02:06 min | 4 years ago

"reina" Discussed on The World Transformed

"Yeah yeah absolutely insist it's one of the uh easy i think it was an easier call about what the future will bring the most okay it's just um we we know the three d printing works on them on the smallscale right um and you know a lot of us now have three prayers in our home stood the small skill printing um and so one the world wooden this work and if you could turn a is a house building job must say um into something the instead requiring a army of a small army of of of people to do it can become a two or three person job uh together with this with this robot right i mean you might have one person of speeding material into the robot and another person's kalam monitoring the overall progress or something and premature the rest of it uh the robots doing and uh you know and and if you if you can reduce the labor force required dental w you know what it would require as far as uh as as as expensive struggle to be a homeowner obviously goes down now again this is just it it you know it's a it's a double edged sword as you said you know what if he potential homeowner was a construction worker right reina the right there now that the uh that the intersection of those two problems of last solution right that's were those are the the the the the two things me but i but i think that's a good point this this is a technology that ultimately speaks to what we think about and talk about when we talk about per scarcity this is because you've got a potentially self reproducing systems when the construction equipment can make more construction equipment then then we're really going to really going to be on something as it is this is expensive equipment the belongs to a company and they're going to save money time and not give people jobs so it doesn't feel like something moving in a post scarcity direction but ultimately that technology.

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