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"renar" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

04:26 min | Last week

"renar" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

"We don't know what February look like if it will be better worse same it's impossible to know but the I mean just saying well, let's do it now every young there's no difference that I think patently false speaking with Kevin Lionel of the Colorado and Kevin one of the unfortunate things that has been starting to get floated around at least things that I've been starting me here is Job Security for Rhonda Blandford Green and I don't know if I'm there yet talking about necessarily that. But at the very least there's been some questionable decision making. And I can't say it's been from the chance to board but Rhonda was the first one to come out and say, we'll go back and look at it. It kind of felt like that was just off off on a whim that she wanted to go do that your thoughts on commission around blamed for green she's on a year to year contract your thoughts on how this has been handled. Yeah. The big thing for me. You know like you said, obviously, we're not in. In those emails, phone calls whatever conversations between. The state. So we don't know exactly what's going on there. The tough one is like communication has been so. Erratic and and I. Guess in some ways even misleading and that's the tough thing. 'cause I mean like this at seven seven, you're talking to the kids and guess what they're doing y'all we classic on twitter there they're on chest. Now really you know Renar stories you know listening to radio shows and everything, and they're trying to figure out what's going on because. They're hearing so many different things and that's where you know communication is key and and I think no matter of how you fall in the communication has been great across the board. Is it feel like to you that to blend for green? Maybe got out politics by Governor Police because that when Governor Pulls tweets at eleven thirty at night that's variants. After the board had already voted down playing football in the fall without seeing that variance i..

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Is It Time To Stop Eating Meat

Food for Thought

05:14 min | Last month

Is It Time To Stop Eating Meat

"Hello, and thank you so much for tuning in defeat thought a podcast on a mission to equip you all with the evidence based advice you need to live and breathe a healthy lifestyle I'm ran Lambert registered nutritionist, bestselling author of Renar. She's simply to eat while and found every TRICIA in London's leading private nutrition clinic in each exit. I'm so lucky to be joined by special guests, all of whom can be considered authoritative voices in Hell so that together we can learn fact from fiction and empower the healthiest and happiest versions of ourselves with trusted expert advice. Curbing the world's huge anti increasing appetite for meat is essential to avoid devastating climate change according to the United Nations. Role Agriculture especially, meeting dairy accounts for seventy percent of global freshwater consumption that he eight percent of total land and nineteen percent of the world's greenhouse gas emissions. Of Plant based dating becomes more prominent and increasing number of authoritative voices in nutrition and health a challenging conventional beliefs and the idea that one needs to eat animal products to be strong and healthy. This week's food for thought, sees registered. Dietitian Tanya Hoffner and die on the real truth behind meet on whether it's time for us all to stop eating it. Hello Tanya alone nights to be with you. Know, it's an absolute pleasure to have you on and to discuss such a ever evolving conversation I suppose because. I mean meet his debated heavily at the moment it seems to be in the media all the time. That is good that it's not good and if we're nutritionally looking at it, red meat is such a good source of protein in. So many ever micronutrients isn't it? So what exactly is within it that people are saying causes harm. Okay. So those are some of the great benefits that can be had from easing some mission the died the problem is that we too much in that's having dramatic impacts, not only on our health on knives and the economy. Through ill health, but also on our planet to but I really think before we focus on me we need to just put this into context of food itself because food is a single strong as lever to actually optimize our health and the environmental sustainability on earth. But the food that we are eighteen currently threatening boats over our selves and our planet and the unhealthy diets. Now pose a greater risk to our ill health and jets much greater than on safe sex alcohol drugs and tobacco combined. So it's huge. It's a huge issue we need radical transformation. While I when you put it like that I'm sure that's kind of a shocking stop full missed most of our listeners. Because if we do go back in time that, let's go back in history and millions of years ago when if we all going back to obviously the subject of meat because that's the episode in general but of course, our overall diet humans eight very different to what they know didn't mean even the role of meat then is different to how it is now. Yes I mean we've evolved as omnivores meaning this species of always actually Asian, and both plants an animal origins, and we've got that Dacian, right back to glacial periods. So humans hunted and killed animals for meat, and since that time gave is tremendous advantages because it's nutritionally dense. It's got a lot of new chance in a small CH it. We use less energy media justice than pump fruits, for example. So it's race advantages, but domestication of animals came in on. That was pretty good because even back, you know before the twentieth century, we had great diversity in our diet in many many plants and it's really only in the last twenty five fifty years. meet has become a bone of contention ratio politically culturally and otherwise and renounced answer your earlier question and process me toughest single biggest impact on the environment and of any type food, and they are the biggest contribution to greenhouse gas emissions, deforestation bio-diversity, awesome solution as well as land and water use. So they're very M. resort intensive but we over time I suppose have particularly recently as society has got richer. At where meat is kind of you know traditionally, we've had it whenever we celebrate something it's it's across. Cultures across the word that we we would have me but advocate Richard, we have more of us. And the highest May. Chichi countries would be Australia. Europe, Canada. For example and the last fifty years we've had intensive farming hunting offensive. Desire, we're. We're actually over consuming what we need.

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"renar" Discussed on The Psychology Podcast

The Psychology Podcast

06:16 min | 2 months ago

"renar" Discussed on The Psychology Podcast

"Transitions, practice mindfulness reframe their mindset on aging and re enter the workforce dedicated to enhancing intergenerational collaboration in an era. When for the first time we have five generations in the workplace, so there's a lot going on over there in the. Modern Elder Academy. The origin of it was I had four years of full time worked at AIRBNB and then with three and a half years now I've been the strategic advisor. On back in two thousand seventeen, when I started to write the book I had a home here on the beach in Baja about an hour north of Kabul San Lucas on the Pacific Ocean. And came back from a run on the beach one day and I just ask myself. Why is it I've been talking to so many interesting so many people in my life. I, hear, people, dealing it irrelevant, bewildered Reno that the AH suicide rate people at forty, five to sixty, five, actually increased by fifty percent in the last twenty years. So, what is it? What is what's missing here and? A friend of mine is a gerontologist said what's missing. We haven't as a society accepted that there's a there's an era of life, and it's not just midlife, but it's middle so middle essence is like the adult Koran to adolescents and adolescents. When you're in routine years, you are in a transition limited space between Charleston and adulthood. And you're going through emotional and hormonal. Changes similarly. If you're injured late forties fifties, you're going through emotional armor, hole and physical changes, and and frankly I think that as Carl young would say you're going to primary operating system change from ego to your soul, and in that process we have absolutely nothing in the way of public policy, government, spending, or even sir, social, understanding or schools are tools for that matter it help people in that era of. The core of Midlife and so knowing that we don't have rights, passage, rituals, or anything like that for people in this era and people going to all kinds of transitions during this era on Irena sidedly create a Beta version of modern elder. Kademi down here and that was really two thousand eighteen. And then we open to the public and follow two thousand Eighteen Renar. How'd Almost eight hundred people from twenty four countries. Come through the program, it's a social enterprise of over sixty percent of the people have been on some of scholarship. We've given them because we believe that wisdom isn't talk. It's shared, and it's been a fascinating experience I mean I really appreciate that after being a for profit, entrepreneurs withdraw even. At in home, sharing was airbnb that I'm a social entrepreneur. I don't make money. Built the campus that I just love the fact. We're helping people spying their sense of self, actualization and transformation at an era in people's lives were a lot of people feel stuck. And I you could have happiness DABID does show. People tend to bottom out with their happiness life satisfaction around forty, five, fifty, fifty two, but actually shows the people get happier with each passing decade after that and yet. BECCA LEVI's worked from Yale Sean that you help people to re shift their mind or Krim ranch shift on aging. At seven and a half years their rife, but we are very little. In the way of mainstream programs, schools tools to help people with this, and that's really a multi mission in my today to beautiful mission, I guess more selfishly. I have a question about how long the wait to come to this beautiful beachfront property in Mexico. Become teach me down here. Let's think of course with a pandemic were closed until October that. We have our October through July calendar. Calender and places we have all kinds a really interesting people are very subject, so our average workshop has about eighteen people in. It is a week usually week, Ron, although we have some five day programs as well, and it's really easy to get to those cops. Airport insisted power from us. There's something called NPS net promoter score. Way of evaluating customer satisfaction. About Ninety, seven hundred ninety eight percents of our seven hundred fifty. Fifty, two, eight hundred. We've gone to the program. Have given us a the highest scores nine or ten on a one to ten. Scale, so it's really clear. We've tapped into something. We like to call it long-life learning. We have lifelong learning long white learning. A. Slight shift on that it says yes, you're a lifelong learn, but the kind of learning that you need to do in Midlife later is to understand how live a life as deep as long and understand the stages of life. You're going through and so in many ways. That's what we help people to do is to shift their mindset on aging and really tap into that Carol. Concept of a growth mindset sounds really really awesome and I'm so glad. Glad you're shining a spotlight on this because you don't see this. The spotlight shined much these days especially in this time of Covid, you're probably seeing a lot of older people are even more willingly than in. Even they were before right so because we had the closed mid March. We have yet to serve not a cohort Erin two and minds, but what we do have is we have hundreds of loans and so what we have heard from them. They absolutely want to stay connected, and so when I when I cohort leaves on a Sunday stay connected by zoom for weeks months, and sometimes years to come, but what we see me more so is a desire for a weekly speaker, so we have a mastery our every week with speakers coming in to talk to our alums about various subjects that relate to midlife and aging, and it drives me. It's not it's not only about midwife it's it's or aging. Sometimes it relates to you know your relationship with money..

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Breaking The Biggest Fitness Stigmas

Food for Thought

05:07 min | 3 months ago

Breaking The Biggest Fitness Stigmas

"Hello, and thank you so much for tuning into food for thought a podcast on a mission to equip you all with the evidence based advice. You need to live and breathe. A healthy lifestyle I'm ran elaborate registered nutritionist, bestselling author of Renar. She's simply to eat well and found every Trish in London's leading private nutrition clinic in each exit I'm so lucky to be joined by special guests, all of whom can be considered authoritative voices in health so that together we can learn fact from fiction and empower the healthiest and happiest versions of ourselves with trusted expert advice. That remains such huge stigma surrounding women. He do certain types of fitness. The belief that the likes of strength training will quickly transform you into an incredibly masculine version of yourself holds back so many from achieving that personal bests and. Age of Instagram, Wa walkouts are released everyday. It can be all too easy to get sidetracked with ideas. That may not actually be right for you. This week's food for thought sees personal trainer Listen Mountain undying, keep you grounded with the simple truths and science behind exercise had Lissi High Elo Isn't this strange during these lovely remote podcasts recordings at the moment. I feel like I'm very tech savvy right now. I've got this headset on and I'm ready to go. I I I mean I think in terms of being on the Internet. Probably never been on. Let's stop with social media so much before in my life i. like everybody suddenly logging onto social media as a place to go at a time of while crisis ready. I my screen time at the moment is disgusting. But even my parents I it that Guy Video Kohl's in his while I feel like I'm spending all my time on my screen, but that's the way it is right now. It is it's it's an interesting one. It kind of fits in with our conversation today nine stem and I read a tweet last week, and that said if you don't come out of lockdown, stronger and fitter. Than ever before you never lacked time. He kind of lacked discipline now. I think. There is a big issue with this quite and. When I read this I thought. ooh, this is something we need to discuss. The puck caused AC because it kind of suggests that fitness has nothing to do. Without Mental Health and surely this is a big misconception together. Yeah, I kind of spent a lot of time. Battling this thought process for for my community I think. The I the the concept that INA pandemic, an actual endemic. We all supposed to blow up. You don't get training. Eating set way living. The lifestyle is just so it's so ridiculous. You know I I think we're isolation and a human basic need of connection in human been removed from us, so to expect whispers to thrive in kind of. Fitness nutrition health level without one of our fundamental basic human needs. Being fulfilled is just so wild. I couldn't agree more. It's it's very strange. And of course everybody deals with stressful times. unique situations uniquely of course when it comes to fitness, and in my world of nutrition, everyone has a special relationship with those two areas of their lives, anyway and like you, said they all fundamental areas, and some people turn t food. They ten against it, but equally that may be too much focus on it in the first place because people feel like what else should they be focusing on? Yeah hundred percent I think. I mean for me passing the work I. Do you know this Ray with a lot of the stuff I talk with nutrition and training is I, would love to actually move to a place while we don't think about it so much, and it's less mental energy, but more just habit based that for it to become a habit. It needs to be enjoyable on work within your lifestyle seamlessly so. Yet it does feel like right now. There is this pressure to be thin Covington habits, and we think the way when news agin having to adapt and I think it's a shame that is taking up so much mental energy and if The space right now, because not much else to think about. But it does feel there's this pressure to. Right. Let's change this and glow upset and it's. The me personally I am trying to make the conversation away from spending Olah time thinking about. Trying to maintain fitness. We'll try to make these crazy improvements when we all ran in look down.

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"renar" Discussed on Relationship Advice

Relationship Advice

08:16 min | 4 months ago

"renar" Discussed on Relationship Advice

"Orgasms as frequently as their male partners. This this has been in the news a lot lately in in my neck of the woods in terms of my field, and the question is why why is it that? In the last few experiences women are not orgasm in heterosexual relationships and part of that. Is that sex esteem that they don't have that sense of entitlement to figure out? What is it that I liked? That makes me really turned on in rows. And what is it that I need to orgasm? And how am I can tell that to a partner whether they're hookup partner someone I've been dating for a few months to more committed long term partner. So. Let's talk a little bit about eroticism and you mentioned. The saying of like, how can I want what I already have and? Now more than ever. That going to be harder for couples stuck at home. There's less separation, certainly less eroticism with the stress. Are there some specific tools we can do during these times or you know hopefully when things get back to normal, but but especially now with with people home, and in added stress to. Create more eroticism. I think that what people tend to stop using. is their imaginations and their playfulness, and so one of the things I say to people all the time is. How did you? Do you remember a time when you were a child at used to play? Whether it was playing. Martians in Earth people or Playing House or playing. Just you know imagination playing I do remember time when you did that. How old were you? And then I'll say unusually. This time just developmentally is before people kids start. You know any sort of organized sports. You know if they if they get involved in it or just playing sports in the streets, whatever where the the goal really is to win. So! There's a period of development where kids play and they play seriously. For the sheer delight of playing, and they're not going to know where it's going to go. And so I try to get people to get back into that kind of a head space and. View of sexuality eroticism. Interesting so was dive into that a little because I like I like that idea of playing without knowing where to go and obviously for. Erotic sense, but yeah, as adults we kind of. Lose that we get into the head space that like there has to be an agenda, and there has to be a specific outcome, or at least the way I think about in Renar playing as much. So, how can we cultivate that and the erotic sense? So, you set up guidelines initially right, which is twit. Kids do when they play by the way. They'll say you know. We're to play in this area at the playground. You know when you hit the wall the fence over there you're not you're not involved in play anymore. Right set rules, and it's the rare serious So in the same way you can set up. Boundaries about what you're willing to do activities you're willing to do. What areas you're gonNA cover in your apartment or bedroom. And then kind of your bottom line. Things like I. Don't think I WANNA do this tonight, but I'd be open for this. And those are really important kind of guidelines because it doesn't. It doesn't were going to actually. Do you know soup to nuts right in always talk about a sexual menu just like. We all used to go out for dinner sometimes. Back Pre cove it sometimes we were in the mood for like a soup and salad, and sometimes we were in the mood for just a an entree in sometimes, we just wanted to have dessert and and I think that it's important for people to communicate what they're open to. To set expectations properly. And then obviously within all that there's like a huge range of where we can go with our imagination, but I'm thinking things like primarily roleplaying. There's something I'm missing here. Like what are what are some other? Can you maybe a little bit about that or some other ways that we can take this well role playing is great, the most akin to kind of playing house. If you will or make believe when you were younger, and certainly that could be. It could be really erotic for people and people have different ways of enacting that and feel like not good at acting, and that's not the notion right because that's a performance piece it gets. People really hung up. You're not supposed to be the best actor or actress. You're not supposed to always orgasm. Win A sexual scenario that would be goal oriented right. It's Let's just try something. And and so enactment of a role or our role right can be really enhancing watching something together. you know. Try The things that a lot of people. Feel Awkward. About is even masturbating in front of each other it. You know it's ingrained in us for so long. That masturbation is a private affair if you will. That even the notion masturbating in front of one another seems. Awkward just like I could do that or you know I feel so self, conscious or rate, and we were also bumping into years of negative body image, especially for women but I I've encountered it with men as well whether they be straight queer. you know gay. And and and I think that One has to feel more empowered to be able to be watched. If you will right, because that's a sort of a power exchange role, play erotic game as well. What advice would you give to the individual that their awkwardness are the feelings that they feel when doing these types of things is what's preventing them from from trying? What advice could you give to them just to? kind of open up and just just give it a try, and it may not be as bad as you think it will be. Right so just like in phobias where we do desensitization we have people make a list of the things that most you know most fearful. Experience to the one that causes maybe a a minimal amount of distress we make. We encourage them to make their own lists their own sort of arc. And we'll start with a smaller one. And will will say. Can you try this with a partner? And use your mindfulness navigation skills to keep yourself grounded. And then comeback into a session and talk about and see what came up. And slowly expand. We call in sex therapy a sexual script. And that is the way you grow your sexist thing. What's a way that a partner can? Bring this up with their significant other, that might just be intimidating, and for fear of being shot down or laughed at or you know how can I can start this conversation of like hey i. want to work on this and explore this.

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"renar" Discussed on Channel 52: The DC Podcast

Channel 52: The DC Podcast

01:38 min | 8 months ago

"renar" Discussed on Channel 52: The DC Podcast

"Capital at the end of the vendors meeting table saying all all in favor of having me stepped down the chief executive and commanding officer of the two branches of avengers signify saying I Stormont accountant none of us going to vote for that iron man who look look you think response terminate terminating the Supreme Intelligence who I might remind you is responsible for the deaths of untold billions of cree off awesome disciplinary action brought against them majority of US hearing voted against that. That doesn't mean we want you to take your job away. Take your job away just means that many US disagree with you. As far as what constitutes appropriate conduct in time of war. This galactic storm thing left a lot of us really stressed out cap all of us the two space teams as well as the home team. Buster are hops. The past few weeks ago. We joined this debriefing already. We can and always follow up if need be after. We've had a little Renar restaurant accusation restless wral in the army. But I love that too. That that like two page splash on page two and three all the avengers. The to space teams Quasar Are the third team in black widow. WHO's that guy next to Hercules Gilgamesh? Oh I forget his name.

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"renar" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

03:40 min | 8 months ago

"renar" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

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"renar" Discussed on GGPP Podcast @ Independence High School

GGPP Podcast @ Independence High School

06:35 min | 9 months ago

"renar" Discussed on GGPP Podcast @ Independence High School

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"renar" Discussed on Food for Thought

Food for Thought

03:58 min | 1 year ago

"renar" Discussed on Food for Thought

"Their weight was at certain points in knife and you know maybe it might be when they got their exam results or maybe when there is seven point of this schooling or when they got married or they met somebody relationship ended and she thinks through what did my weight do when i was happy. What did my way do. I was sad and were there points where my white coming back to a certain figure so why make passing i was around the same weight when i got married as often every single angle child <hes> so that's your what is natural. I'm happy and healthy him. I'm yun system loves it right. So i have a range. Yes solve maybe three key allies and that's where my body likes to be and if i go below that people tend to say to me you look so good yeah. It's really interesting. People can just instantly pick are yeah. I think the body is a fascinating thing. It's so interesting so someone wants to do weight loss sustainably what would be your top tips to give someone my top tips would would be to think about your portions. I think rather than calories it can be useful to maybe track your calories every now and again just from the point of interest but then guessing away from calories thinking right what am i actually eating my day and what's on my plate and using doing something really simple like your hands as your measure rather than weighing everything out because that can again li down that track of disordered eating if we're not careful yeah they portions of be my number one and then balance so it's really simple as net but we just can't seem to cross the fact that if if we can eat a balanced very diets then we're going to be giving our body most of what it needs yeah. It's it seems it really does fascinate me. That people are out there making so much money selling restrictive kind of guide like oh. Let's take cops out completely and that will magically equate weight loss so let's just do ketogenic diets but like you said it is balance of everything yeah. It says the unity of the diet. It just doesn't seem to be fun. <hes> no i think also it doesn't seem to be promising almost harder to do something. That doesn't seem restrictive so many people buy all or nothing setting the task of middle ground. That's one of the biggest struggles i find in the clinic. Actually you can't have carbohydrates at dinner that kind of shock on their face that really can i. I'm like yeah yeah. Let's stick to a smaller portion that perhaps you have before but you don't need to take them out so it's quite refreshing when you hear that thinks people think cops at the devil yeah yeah there's there is a lot of scaremongering that goes on across social media major itself and actually when you look at maybe these studies that suddenly come out that say you can't eat this because it causes such and such when you look at the evidence that that is there. It's usually a one of study. That's quite often in based on some observations rather than an actual yeah evidence based trial and this is where like you've you've mentioned before trying to think of something. I did this in renar ashleigh my book with the hand portions because it's not realistic for people to spend their whole lives up until let's say you're ata not at all plus counting every day on an app what you each day just doesn't seem like a very realistic way like you said it's about what you put in those numbers so there's a lot of talk at the moment people say well you could eat one hundred calories of chocolate and one hundred calories of broccoli and still lose weight just eating chocolate or day but that's not really quite that simple again. Is it now and that's a really good point so you could set yourself a calorie talk it and then what does that really mean gene so if it's not balanced your potentially get into just beating carrots order yeah..

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"renar" Discussed on Food for Thought

Food for Thought

03:58 min | 1 year ago

"renar" Discussed on Food for Thought

"Their weight was at certain points in knife and you know maybe it might be when they got their exam results or maybe when there is seven point of this schooling or when they got married or they met somebody relationship ended and she thinks through what did my weight do when i was happy. What did my way do. I was sad and were there points where my white coming back to a certain figure so why make passing i was around the same weight when i got married as often every single angle child <hes> so that's your what is natural. I'm happy and healthy him. I'm yun system loves it right. So i have a range. Yes solve maybe three key allies and that's where my body likes to be and if i go below that people tend to say to me you look so good yeah. It's really interesting. People can just instantly pick are yeah. I think the body is a fascinating thing. It's so interesting so someone wants to do weight loss sustainably what would be your top tips to give someone my top tips would would be to think about your portions. I think rather than calories it can be useful to maybe track your calories every now and again just from the point of interest but then guessing away from calories thinking right what am i actually eating my day and what's on my plate and using doing something really simple like your hands as your measure rather than weighing everything out because that can again li down that track of disordered eating if we're not careful yeah they portions of be my number one and then balance so it's really simple as net but we just can't seem to cross the fact that if if we can eat a balanced very diets then we're going to be giving our body most of what it needs yeah. It's it seems it really does fascinate me. That people are out there making so much money selling restrictive kind of guide like oh. Let's take cops out completely and that will magically equate weight loss so let's just do ketogenic diets but like you said it is balance of everything yeah. It says the unity of the diet. It just doesn't seem to be fun. <hes> no i think also it doesn't seem to be promising almost harder to do something. That doesn't seem restrictive so many people buy all or nothing setting the task of middle ground. That's one of the biggest struggles i find in the clinic. Actually you can't have carbohydrates at dinner that kind of shock on their face that really can i. I'm like yeah yeah. Let's stick to a smaller portion that perhaps you have before but you don't need to take them out so it's quite refreshing when you hear that thinks people think cops at the devil yeah yeah there's there is a lot of scaremongering that goes on across social media major itself and actually when you look at maybe these studies that suddenly come out that say you can't eat this because it causes such and such when you look at the evidence that that is there. It's usually a one of study. That's quite often in based on some observations rather than an actual yeah evidence based trial and this is where like you've you've mentioned before trying to think of something. I did this in renar ashleigh my book with the hand portions because it's not realistic for people to spend their whole lives up until let's say you're ata not at all plus counting every day on an app what you each day just doesn't seem like a very realistic way like you said it's about what you put in those numbers so there's a lot of talk at the moment people say well you could eat one hundred calories of chocolate and one hundred calories of broccoli and still lose weight just eating chocolate or day but that's not really quite that simple again. Is it now and that's a really good point so you could set yourself a calorie talk it and then what does that really mean gene so if it's not balanced your potentially get into just beating carrots order yeah..

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"renar" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"renar" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Ban on the sale of new products in New York City. It turns out, it's hitting a headwind WCBS reporter rich lamb is here with your update while he thinks prohibiting the sale of new for items in New York City is still, the right thing to do speaker, Cory Johnson, is clearly having some second thoughts. I, I mean I, maybe I should have thought more about. Out this before I introduced it because I didn't realize the amount of pushback that there would be an I really just did it because I felt like it was the right thing to do in my heart in many ways. The issue just spoke to me, the speaker went on. I want to do this in a thoughtful sensitive way, and I want to do it to protect animals, but at the same time, I also am sensitive to workers and figuring out a way to it that gives potentially along phase in period, job, training and Johnson ended while we want to be less cruel to the animals. We want to be humane to the workers, as well at city hall rich lamb w CBS News Radio, eight eight five Twenty-three WCBS news time, a former next disciple says she was confined to her bedroom for two years to stay away from other men, the woman identified in court as Dan, yellow testify, the experience broke her spirit until she gathered the nerve to leave what prosecutors say is a cult next games alleged leader, Keith renar denies charge. Is that he kept and branded sex slaves, as the group's leader? CBS news time five twenty three on Thursday. What's up guys? This Josh Norman number twenty four quarterback here in DC always carry turn things with football gear. Vices toys from star twenty four foundation. The only people who should be worried about me posing laris series. If you see something on a train or.

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"renar" Discussed on Food for Thought

Food for Thought

04:31 min | 1 year ago

"renar" Discussed on Food for Thought

"Participants and looking facts of dietary interventions on depression and anxiety and the actually found that those really good news that by making simple changes eating more nutrient dense meals hind fiber and vegetables, cutting back on fast foods and refined. Sugars you could avoid negative psychological of fakes of having a junk food diet and the data showed actually the woman receive significantly greater benefits from improving their dying quality is something. I'm always trying to mention even. Like Amiga threes in the diets and different components people. Don't think about but the divide between genders is really interesting. Do you have a fairy as to why women perhaps on sensitive to these dietary changes the men? It's difficult to say in terms of data. We definitely more research and within the improvement might be linked to a beef tea being reduced reduction in inflammation or addiction fatigue. So the could be gender differences there something else, it could be from psychological point of view. We know that females are more likely to tend to eat in order to manage their emotions can. So there also might be a link. In terms of how people are using food in their lives. Yeah. No. I think that makes a lot of sense. Actually, I think it's important that we do differentiate sometimes even between genders coaches because we also unique it's and alongside food. Of course, you often talk a lot about the importance of movement, and you've mentioned your fit math before. So let's talk about mindfulness. And and how does that fit into all of this something I try and get into my clinic my practice constantly. Mindfulness is can be defined in different ways. The definition I use that mindfulness is awareness, which emerges whenever you pay attention to the present moment, and so mine is really about empowering south to make more conscious. Choices about what you're eating when you eat in and how much eating and research indicates that we make over two hundred food related deficient everyday. Oh my gosh. My brain all the time. Yeah. But some people will be higher mind, though, definitely being the would be higher today movement. Two hundred a recent review had found that mine from the space strategies lead to weight loss, healthier choices and betcha mid so it's a really great starting place just to create more awareness. But then also from a mindfulness practice point of view, creating that space where you're allowing yourself to rest in the present moment, I think that's that's Cratia. I mean, mindfulness is something that idell into renar Schnitt is important from my perspective as a nutritionist as well is that how we look at food and how we eat food. So all we present when we eat and this can cause a lotta digestive havoc. If we're not present obscene blood flow can be thrown away from the digested digestion if stressed that can have a knock-on effect, we need to create the enzymes on my looking at the food our brains, very clever. Do you have any kind of extra advice that you give people when it comes to? Void distraction when eating is that something that you also mentioned your I'm really glad that you that you mentioned that. That's what I love about you because well about going into that. Because there was a review of twenty four different studies. It's not just a one off but looking at cross the board, and that we know that when you eat when you distracted you tend to eat about nine to ten percent more at the time and up to twenty five percent more later, which is amazing and the theory. Pint is that our brains are often making predictions about how much we need to eat based on the memories that we've laid down. So if we team while we're distracted if EV to get caught up in habit of being on, your laptop or work, computer and eating your lunch at your desk. You Daf no giving out time sitting in front of the TV rolling Instagram, scrolling, Instagram, all these things are brain isn't lane down these memories. And so when we come to eat. It later we tend to overeat so really simple, tools like eating dinner table. Shutting off your your laptop your phone turning off the TV..

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"renar" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"renar" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

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"renar" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:48 min | 1 year ago

"renar" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

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News in Brief 29 January 2019

UN News

04:19 min | 1 year ago

News in Brief 29 January 2019

"This is the news in brief from the United Nations tens of millions of children living through conflict disaster and other emergencies in dozens of countries urgently need protection you and children's fund UNICEF said on Tuesday in an appeal for three point nine billion dollars to support humanitarian work around the world speaking in Geneva. The agency's director of emergency operations manual Fontane warned that the long held notion that children should be protected above all others is being undermined. There's never been as much conflict in the world in the best thirty years as this year. So he does of your stupid, ticker threat. It is the behavior of parties to conflict that actually creates this kind of situation. Should they give us more access? Should they give us more ways to protect children and should themselves? Respect the sanctity of the protection of children things would actually go better fifty nine countries will benefit from unisex humanitarian action for children two thousand nineteen. Pale as the agency pursues its goal of providing forty one million children with safe water food education health, and protection Syria is still the number one concern with two point five million of the country's youth living as refugees in Egypt. Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon and Turkey. This is followed by Yemen. When ily four hundred thousand children will suffer from life threatening severe acute malnutrition in two thousand nineteen UNICEF warned the condition is three times worse in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Where at least one point four million youngsters will require lifesaving treatment this year. More than eight hundred and fifty people have been detained in Venezuela amid anti-government protests and clashes with security forces that have claimed at least forty lives, the UN human rights office. OH Chr said on Tuesday speaking in Geneva spokesperson, Rupert Colville said that nearly seven hundred people were taken into custody on Wednesday alone. There are at least renar believe six hundred ninety six people detained on that day alone throughout the country. As a whole lawyers are still receiving information, which they're verifying. This is the highest number of detentions recorded in a single days for at least twenty years, according to OH Chr, the detainees included seventy seven children some as young as twelve years old. The development comes amid an ongoing economic crisis in the South American country that has seen at three million people leave and his Wailer in recent years on the twenty third of January one Guido leader of the Venice. Waylon opposition declared himself. Interim president a claim rejected by the incumbent nNcholas Maduro. The United States has imposed unilateral sanctions blocking government access to oil revenues and finally alarming and expanding problems affecting Palestine refugees risk further, destabilizing, the Middle East, the head of unr- the UN relief and Works Agency for Palestine refugees in the near east said on Tuesday in an appeal for one point two billion dollars to fund vital services and lifesaving aid for five point four million Palestine refugees in the West Bank Gaza, east Jerusalem, Lebanon and Syria on recognition general Pierre crown bull explained that people's basic needs had worsened considerably since the turn of the century. We provide food assistance to a million people in Gaza, which is half of the population who provides that food assistance every three months that is. A figure the world should be shocked about because in the year two thousand we used to provide food assistance to eighty thousand. So we've moved from eighty thousand people on our food assistance list to a million why because the whole dynamic of the conflict and the blockade has wiped out entire sectors of the Gaza Connie mister Crandall praised the generosity of Member States in supporting the agencies work following the withdrawal of funding by the United States, historically. Its biggest donor by far for decades. Daniel Johnson U N news.

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"renar" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

10:26 min | 1 year ago

"renar" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"I just wanted to call about I disagree with you a little bit about the last three hours. How you know where you were trying to say like you didn't understand her. I just think the blast reality like the hardest again. And I never understood it myself either. Like I understand like if you're in a big spot you need someone in the seventh inning. You should put your best guy out there to get. Oh. Here's the last three outs. Even important not very often. You know, like, I'm not saying you wouldn't necessarily use that guy in that spot. There would be games where you would. I don't understand saving him for that spot. Every time most games are not one in the ninth inning. In fact, the overwhelming majority are not one in the ninth inning. And I would also say the overwhelming majority of relief pitchers are capable of coming in and getting three outs. And then you know, if you're up six to three going into the ninth almost every reliever in baseball. We'll get you through that situation. Right. So my my point is why would you not deploy that player as needed? Sometimes it could be the night ten times it could be the seventh. Sometimes it could be somewhere in between. You know? I it just never made sense to me identifying specifically as a closer logically that doesn't make sense. Well, I and I agree with you a little bit on that. But I I was just thinking about this as you were talking, right? There would would even be able to get away with that. Because like maybe like ten times during the long season that let's say you do put that guy in the sixth inning when you needed him. And then you got that three run lead. And then in the ninth inning, something happens. And now you don't have that ninth inning. You know, you don't have your best closer out. The media is gonna kill those guys. Oh, well, they used as closer. Science coaches in football who are always worried about. What might go wrong? You gotta you gotta play the chances. You gotta go for the win. You know, like you can't always be worried about what might possibly go wrong at a later point in time. How about Scott in Texas, Scott, you're up next here on CBS sports radio. What's going on, man? How you doing today? Good, man. How are you? All right. Hey, I just got a little issue with what you said about Barry Bonds being better than junior. How do you? How do you come up with that? Are you know when I was a kid? I thought Ken Griffey junior was better. He's my favorite player. But when I look back on it. I just think Barry Bonds was was better all around. I mean, remember Barry Bonds was also like a forty forty guy at a period of time. He was stealing forty bases with the forty home runs, and it's arguable. But the point was whether I used the word better. And that you know, I'm sure I did it on purpose to maybe make it sound great. But point being the real point of that is the argument before bonds started cheating was whether he or Ken Griffey junior was better. Right. So you're talking about you're talking about being at worst on the same level as Ken Griffey junior. Meanwhile, authenticity. Yes. But what about on the defensive level? Out loud because he had a softball are. Okay. The minor. I don't think it was that huge a difference. As far as what they were doing out in the field either. I mean, Barry Bonds was winning Gold Gloves at that time as well. Yeah. I I I got you. You got your opinion. Just you you struggling whenever you know. Well, my my overall points got my overall point is that even before he was cheating. You're arguing that he was better at cheating. You argue. I mean before he was cheating. We you argued him against a sure fire. No doubt about it. All time great hall of Famer. Right. And then when he started cheating. He was better than everybody. And you got to put yourself. I'm not defending bonds at all bonds as a lot of things that make you think he's just a jerk right and be cheated cheated hard. But if you're bonds, and you're sitting there McGwire and Sosa started taking all the attention, you go I'm better than those guys watch this. And that's that's what he did. How about Allen in Toronto Allen, you're up next here on CBS sports radio? It's bad enough to Pete Rose. The all time hits leader is out of the hall of fame. But when you get the best all-round play. Under the hall of fame. He could afford to a player are did have a popular renar Clements. Arguably the best pitcher of all time forty six thousand over forty six thousand strikes. Oh, second or Nolan Ryan and three hundred and fifty four wins. So you've got the best pitcher out the best all around player out in the best leader. I really like Pete Rose in of him because he's suspended, you know. So, but it's it's just terrible. But the only reason that they're all out is because they're all jerks perceived to be jerks, given Kirby Puckett continual and jovial personality, and you're going to find ways to get them in. They're gonna find ways to overlook all these all these transgressions, but it's because they're perceived to be church. I personally like Clements ain't Barnes because I've met them, and they were civilly courteous to me, you know, we had a nice conversation. But there are a lot of people don't like, you know, especially with the media. They can't stand them. But that's your reason that they're not used because their personality give. A good personality like uh like Puckett, and they're gonna find ways to get him in. It is true. I think that might be held against them. That's for sure. Now when I said before he cheated bonds was better than Ken Griffey junior said after he cheated ponds is better than Babe Ruth. And I meant that in terms of numbers. But I find this story Madame using. Adamant vino. Now funny enough a Yankees pitcher the house that Ruth built even though I don't know how the new Yankee Stadium could be the house that Ruth built. That's got to be something else. That's the hell house that corporate America Bill. Vino reliever on the Yankees. And he had that these comments, and then he was over the summer. Unlike some podcast. He said look Babe Ruth for that swing swinging that bat I got him hitting a buck forty with eight homers and the guy talking back to them. It was like are you nuts? Babe Ruth would hit three seventy with sixty homers. And then out of it goes, I'm like, I was strike Babe Ruth that every time I'm not trying to disrespect him rest in peace shout out to pay. But it was a different game. I mean, the guy ate hot dogs and drank beer, and did whatever he did. And it was just a different game. I agree with Adam LeVine. Oh, I bet you atom Avena with strikeout. Babe Ruth every time. I bet you most modern relievers would strike out Babe Ruth every time. Do you know how good these guys? Are these pictures are nowadays everybody's got like moving on their pitches. Everybody can throw hard. It's tough pitchers are good like everybody. You know, these guys coming out of the bullpen or a real guys. And they're facing hitters who have had every advantage from technology to performance enhancing drugs to moneyball. Sabermetrics right. Like, knowing they they've gotten this information. This data that's told them. This is the best way to approach certain situations. And out of vino last year against modern major league baseball had a whip of point nine nine with a two four three. A Babe Ruth played in the nineteen twenties dog. The great Gatsby was in attendance at bay, Bruce games old sport. By the nineteenth. He was playing against like goat herders. Do you heard goats sheep herders and goat farmers? And and you know, we're their cars, I guess there was just the beginning of cars like auto mechanics. The league was not integrated whatsoever. Right where you're still decades away from baseball being integrated. Have you ever watched footage of Babe Ruth run? I think I could run around the basis faster than Babe Ruth. For his time. It's all relative to era doesn't take away from his greatness for his time. But I I don't think because he's become this myth and folklore. Those comments should be dismissed as like controversial or crazy format. You know, adamant Evita said that in a podcast in a relaxed format for a reason because he believes that since then he's probably had to walk it back. Again, he did have to walk. He said he didn't mean it as disrespectful. He'd probably didn't mean it as this respectful. He just that's his reaction. He thinks he would strike Babe Ruth at every time. And I think he's right. Hey, what's the argument that a modern day baseball player? Wooden strike Babe Ruth at every time. Nineteen. Baseball career. I believe ended in nineteen thirty five forty five fifty five sixty five seventy five eighty five ninety five thousand five hundred fifty then is eighty four years ago. The simple human. Evolution would tell you at that point, not only athletic evolution human evolution data. Evolution. Supplement evolution nutritional training. Evolution. Changes in the game. Everybody playing nowadays. Fulltime baseball players are making millions of dollars versus whatever was going on. So I don't think that's crazy. I don't know where he has to walk that back. I bet you he would strike Babe Ruth out every time. Eight five five I didn't say I would strike Babe Ruth out every time. I said I would maybe running around base fashioned them. I'm not saying I would stripy I'm not going that far that would be disrespectful, but an actual major league pitcher who striking out major league baseball guys very often. Nowadays who hardly anyone gets a hit off of strike, babe. Ruth out every time we walk around that. Because dude has a candy bar named after eight five five two one two four two two seven at Robin Lindbergh on Twitter, it's Robin Lindbergh show here on CBS sports radio. 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"renar" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

03:45 min | 1 year ago

"renar" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Welcome back can short segment here before the bottom of the hour talking fishing this morning talking conservation this morning with a good friend, captain Lisa FitzGerald from CCA Florida and the CCA Florida's star tournament. So. With obviously, you know in the CCA star tournament, you know, we were just talking about the Tarpon being kind of one of the new things, you know, there's five hundred thousand dollars in prizes and scholarship money and all this incredible stuff. I mean are we seeing a growth Lisa in the in the membership are things getting better year by year? Now in registration. We're seeing. I'm going to say about a thousand new registered anglers a year. Okay. But that's not comparable to some of the other star competitions like, Texas, Louisiana. Okay. I, you know, our grudge just hasn't been where we'd wanted it to be. I would love to see seventy five hundred eight thousand anglers this year. Sixty two hundred last year. It's amazing to me the number of people. And if you think about it we had thirty eight. Redfish retired last year that were tag. Thirty eight only two were winners. How here? Somehow people are not either hearing about it. And a lot of the times he people were country make Fisher known about petition. But just didn't register. And and don't you think that, you know, CCA in general we've had that we've had that problem as a as a conservation group? We had for some reason people just don't seem to get how important it is to have a voice and to make a difference because in my opinion, and you've heard me say this before I'm sure the number of CCA members nationally is atrocious with the amount of coastal anglers. We have here in the state of Florida. The amount of salt water fisherman here in the state of Florida to not be absolutely covered. In members to me makes no sense. I just can't for the life may figure out why the the recreational anglers just sits on his hands and doesn't get more involved. With taking care of their own fishery. And I think I think people initially only thought that our organization with the group that dealt with fishery issues like fisheries management and things of that nature. I don't think they realize the magnitude of the habitat projects. No water projects that are being done to improve habitat through water quality. Yeah. There's there's really significant programs that are going on the funding of a waste your bed. Renar Schmidt all over the state of Florida. The funding of clams reestablish not only in Tampa Bay. But in the end Ian river, Dan, hold that thought hold. That's how we're gonna take this break here at the bottom, and we got a big segment, and I want to go into that what CCA's doing why people should be involved in kinda give them an outline of where that membership money is going all right? Great perfect perfect. We're going to talk a little bit about CCA and fishing on the other side. We'll be back, man. Seventy WFL..

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"renar" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

09:18 min | 2 years ago

"renar" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Now. Here's phil. Welcome back to Phil's gang. Okay. So the market's down four hundred points again now remember this whole stock market. The crash began in January actually February we had that I drop of eleven percent to two hundred days for another eleven percent. Get it back. I told you it wouldn't work. I told my gang keep watching our charts, especially an interest rate sensitive areas, like for example, oil oil services rig. We started sell short when our chart told us to when it turned red. We don't know anything about rig. Don't have know anything about the company that about their ten ks to read any financial statements nothing. It turned red assured us that the institutions who follow rig. And I'm talking about the big insurance companies. Tell you about the big banks that they're watching. They're analyzing they spend millions of dollars untalented people analyzed. They pulled their money out, my chart that I design and identifies this turned red. So it went down twenty percent. So my gang. When they got in. If they stayed in for the whole the whole, well, it's ready to still read. There's a twenty percent gain shorting. It not suggesting every game hold twenty percents five ten fifteen depending where they get the important thing is identify when turns from green to red. So they can keep their profits. When they got in was green, and then they get out. So they don't give them back. Then they've got the option. Why don't you just go ahead of its read at the institute for the money out? Let's sell it. Sure. The night guide them so rage down twenty percent. Oh, h oil service. We went from long to short went from green to red turned radish down. Ten percent profit slumber J down eighteen percent. Now, we also said let's wash the big box stores retail. They're going to really get hurt. Because number one the terrorists are going to kill him. The trade deficits are gonna kill them the budget deficits because of what they're borrowing. They have the ball. Remember we rely too. They said that the corporations by giving them a one point two trillion tax cut. The people be getting all kinds of ways is and it all be Ryan to Home Depot and target and which was lie. They didn't run anywhere because they didn't get any wage increases. Let's wait for them to turn red homedepot. Seventeen percent shorting. I'm talking about. Just short not the upside. Now, turn green when we got out. And they said let's short because that's what you need to do. You buy a car would just forward with no reverse. Well, you should never buy stock. Always in a position you can't get out. But when you're in a 4._0._1._K one of the worst proxy in the world, they don't allow you to sell short get allow you to make money wanted sock. Market crashes. They don't even allow you the market down four hundred points. They get out. So Home Depot, we got a prophet seventeen percent low sixty percent, then I said, let's follow. Let's follow the builders. Because the banks are going to get killed because they while they're raising rates. Especially they're gonna have to borrow money. Because it's a big lie that the one point two trillion and the corporate tax cut would pay for it self. Now, I knew I said, no they're going to have to go to China. Borrow money to borrow money. They have to sell treasuries to them when you sell treasuries. I said the interest rate will go up on a thirty year fixed rate mortgage. It will kill the banks and will kill the whole new home builders. Let's watch they turned red. Renar dropped like a flying crowbar down twenty five percent. But we were in them. First before anybody going short L G H down thirty two percent. Didn't take the two big box stores. Home Depot and Lowe's, both down sixteen percent. So. We knew by just watching first of all understanding how it works that when Kudlow Mnuchin sold Trump on the idea of that tax cut that it wasn't going to work because you knew it wasn't going to work because the growth you would need the growth of the economy. The size of the economy the economy for eight years. Under Obama could not get beyond three percent. Trump wasn't going to come in here in the first year growing four to five percent that's impossible when you're borrowing will you've been lied to. You gotta ball the one point two trillion. You got to borrow it by selling the darn treasury to China. So that's going up. And now they got now they're hustling real fast. To clean up their balance sheet the Federal Reserve where they're choking what four point five trillion. They should have started selling them in two thousand ten now they're selling those right now as we speak six hundred billion worth fifty billion a month. So that's pushing the interest rates up. So you have a grand total of interest rates going up four to five percent. Not the economy growing four to five percent. This was a fraud. It was a lie. And I nailed it. In what proved it with the color code when a turn from green thread prudent. They're taking their money out. So join my gang. Just try it for a month. Follow my chart, follow me and you'll see it works. And all I ask you, please get some minor Saint, you know, here's the other thing. Listen to this nonsense here. This is just nonsense. It's unbelievable. Yeah. So look right now is very strong. We think earnings can grow at double digits rates, and this'll be supported by the strong economic data that we're seeing is going to be what drives the market higher from here. All is nothing. What's driving the market higher or the economy drawing? Drive in the stock market higher was lies. What was driving the stock market higher is being able to print money give it to the corporations free to buy a trillion dollars worth of their own stocks. And now that interest rates are going up and and their interest payments, come due. No longer is it zero interest. They have to pay they went from zero to two hundred and fifty basis points. They're choking their profits are joking. They're not going to have good profits going out and go looking forward to next six seven months won't happen. That's why the market's Chokhin that's why we're down almost five hundred points. Again. I predicted all this, and my chart my charter showing it. Predicted then. Then they turn around. Okay. And embarrasses this as we thankfully, head towards the end of a dreadful October. We have a solid rally one sheet notch. We're going to have an awful November off of this or in a crash. He doesn't get it. He's hoping his Microsoft is gonna go up this all he cares about their stupid. Microsoft is not going to happen. We've been on a joyride for ten years with zero interest in all these zero interest has done is made the rich get richer because they control eighty five percent of the stock market. Now Kudlow comes out with another grand idea right before the election. Why don't we cut? Let's cut the capital gains taxes that the one percent of the one percent makes it the stock market. Let's let's cut their taxes. So the profits they make stocks. They want to have to pay any taxes. That's their new deal. Wait a minute. I thought you wanted to grow to country. Why don't you cut? The worst taxed the cruelest tax of all payroll tax cut payroll, tax labor is cruel. Oh, no. He doesn't mention that. He wants to go back and give his boys. Now, they're making all kinds of money on the stock market on the way up because the stock buybacks push stock market up artificially three and fifty seven percent. He doesn't want them pay taxes on it. So now, he comes us. Oh, we're gonna give another tax cut. Really join my gang right now. Eight seven seven six hundred gay. Join me follow me follow my car for.

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"renar" Discussed on UFC Unfiltered with Jim Norton and Matt Serra

UFC Unfiltered with Jim Norton and Matt Serra

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"renar" Discussed on UFC Unfiltered with Jim Norton and Matt Serra

"Renar was truly get on the ceremony hit three rows the pass and healthy it russia today but now i'm training for a couple of hours what happened that you could you have very successful doing that what happened that made you go all right i got to put in a little bit more time oh my injured i really got injuring marquan site and i felt like i kind of sit really deep mark but my back was killing me and i felt like i'm back was hurting his my weight there's i like it's already trained really train like i should have been training any no well still do you dislike a lot of the training 'cause i know personally i hate to go to the gym do you dislike it and just do it out of necessity or is it something you enjoy doing levin george china but before i used to hey train i got kids my kids i really don't like my kids going to daycare and stuff like that let other people take care of my kids so are you so don't train as much saugus than some of my kids monday school in kindergarten and stuff like that not to live the more what i was supposed to be okay so you mentally a little bit more relaxed 'cause you know your kids are are where they're supposed to be and somebody else's in watching them how's your back doing how are you feeling is you know on the head one small from would last week for been good you know i haven't been take my magnesium suss that's what i usually take lately that's what makes making and took it.

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"renar" Discussed on Stansberry Investor Hour

Stansberry Investor Hour

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"renar" Discussed on Stansberry Investor Hour

"He reminded me so much of a guy a polymath brilliant guy went to high school with name renar no say the same appearance same body language the same fire mind just a brilliant guy nice even present and he had a great idea a similar idea we're going to get to in a second for you and that is we are brian beaches on a lot of research and using bonds that have not broken belowpar or have traded only slightly below par the fine stocks that have fallen a lot so boas was talking about using stocks at a fallen ninety percent where the bonds haven't moved yet as an example of a bond that might collapse and our research was looking for situations where the stock has fallen a lot sixty percent seventy percent and the bonds never moved at all as an indicator of maybe we're the stocks can rebound so it's looking at the same situations but from the other side and other words high quality companies with good cashflows were probably the stock has miss price not the bond and i don't know when brian is gonna join us exactly but we'll get to that in a minute first though buck can you tell me what in the world is going on when the win what is obviously become a highly compromised and partisan f b i raids the private attorney of sitting us president if that's not as close to civil war as we've been in our country in a long time i i don't know what is attorney client privilege doesn't matter very much in the era of get trump at all costs for that we found out you know it's been really disappointing i don't expect much from groups like the aclu but i think we're all quite clear that if this wasn't something that hurt trump you'd see a lot of people screaming about the civil rights violation here look we have spent about a year now figuring out that the fbi was at a minimum abusing their thority and playing fbi doj can use them kind of interchangeably to use fiso which is among the most sensitive surveillance techniques and existence they abuse that to get at trump campaign information trump's people they've leaked classified information to take down trump people including the former national security advisor mike.

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