21 Burst results for "Rigor Mortis"

"rigor mortis" Discussed on Impaulsive with Logan Paul

Impaulsive with Logan Paul

08:03 min | 4 months ago

"rigor mortis" Discussed on Impaulsive with Logan Paul

"Because it's warm and it tickles. The key the key is to pressurise right. If you had to go all the ones is going to be audio that follows right so you have to pressurise slowly and steadily. You have a method of keeping quiet. That's no no he become worse. What's worse if you're on the party bus when there's lob music if you do a quick vibration that follows on the seat for all to feel what if somebody paused the music when you gotta let it rip times couple of couple of girls were in the midst of being the most obnoxious part of your most of knock girls just wanna have hit part of it good. You just looked around but yeah he's talking about the gashes decompression theory most most dudes know about. How do you not know about this. And about the a fucking bone shattering rip out at a fine dining establishment. And you you ready for this watch. It's a casual loosening of this finger. That's all it is okay so you're tightened up because you know it's coming and you are using varying ratio driven metrics to loosen your butthole as the farc pushes downward because of gravity and now. Here's the off now. You're asking questions that put if you ak- slight miscalculation on gaseous decompression it actually compounds the so so north. Okay so you have to join this decompression which is the right way. You have full on fallout fallout boy. We call it which is just a disaster. But if you fuck up at fifty percent of decompression it's almost like a compound exponential effect and so. It's almost like three at once because you didn't follow through with the original being a boy. I mean girls. Girls go through that too. Obviously but i presume that it's a little bit more prominent for males being a boy. There's a lot of that balance of the body balance of the inner workings of the body that we have to master. Get down to a t. Something tells me that. I was about shaking my head and agree with you but something tells me that we're absolutely wrong on that because of the whole having a giant said boobs that are fucking falling all over the place in a talking head over talking about. I'm talking about. I'm talking about farts males reaching the point of no return on which shit your pants after farting will. It's also daniel george charts. Have you shot. I was i was out. I one of the most famous charts human history that has been televised and talked about hundreds of thousands of times. The pants at your sister's what in owning the most rented menswear. I'm turning that sue bag in disaster. He november live. But we gotta chicken sandwich from the delhi down. Seven eleven camano sandwich from the gas station the night before us out by myself meeting tender in the bed that you make i was talking about. I was talking about jackie latian. That's how i was talking about. What what well. How do we get. He appointed to overturn. Do this to overturn this points. Been coming for a while of no return. What do you mean. we can't go back. Go no. It's just tough dude tom. What about jerking off. I like we girls are able to come fifty six times in a good good good selfish. It's good for them. You're jealous when i used to sit and watch my ex girlfriend masturbate with her magic wand. What sorry have across some sort of line. I feel like this is a decent topic. What would you say this happens. What's going on right is happen explaining what your concern. Is you watch her. Master's my ex girlfriend is obsessed with mass talk about her like like this open real late enough at into this episode. I'm talking to the fucking shit. What the fuck dude relationships on in shitty plays all right. Whatever i guess. I could say whatever the fuck along her almost like a girl loves to fuck masturbate right attaching tachi magic wand which allows goes out there. Us i'll just be playing call warzone. This girl will run through a cycle of. I'll be like yo. How many times did you just come. And she'll say sometimes she'll say eighteen six. this is where it's no longer relatable. I feel there's somebody out there who what it is that and like honestly like but but just ca casually like she like normal relationship. Maybe you're playing a video game. Maybe girls butch just go to town okay. Maybe i'm the ivanenko is no. You're not you're the normal. Go babe what are you gonna watch something you turn on like maybe some of your old content or like what are you. What are you gonna watch. And she says. I'm thinking about you and your stupid curly hair and that made you come. Nineteen times you'll as can i ask you. Are you ever distracted while playing games and just in the background. She's not super vocal like that. She goes so happens. Is this 'cause. I've also not been playing games when she does. Sometimes we'll watch a movie and she'll roll into it for twenty minutes. Okay i i have been very simple right after this. Explain it to first of all. Be watching the movie. Then i'll hear the sound of the magic wand to tell you just start right and he'll be under the blanket be under the blanket and then the bottom of the blanket that i'm under as well we'll start to lift up because her feet are becoming. Rigor mortis and they're stiffening. All the girls are know exactly what their legs will become. Rigor mortis lifting uncontrollably off the couch. Dan headphones go lifting off the couch. Her chestnut fill up with air please. Giggles starts levitating celebrity. Be will simply hear this. And and almost as if she is. Lifted from a seance or some sort of dream state she. She looks at me like this. She goes you go. Was that a good one or tobacco as you would expect it literally goes she goes. She goes answer right back into it again. So you and then and then. I'll just start shaking. Likes lift off the ground. And i'm and i'm like i i'll watch. What are you watching minions. And i we know controversial man whatever and then i think tomorrow i'm like i'm thinking to myself and she's so vastly enjoying it. And there's all this tingling going on i think to myself like the last time i jerked off was forty six seconds of some of the most guilty dreadful time in my life and i came into a an old sock and then went downstairs and prayed for forgiveness. Why are men's. Why is men's masturbation so much less stimulating cool and exciting than women's. I think it's because they have a tool. I think it's because they have an electronic also. I'm gonna make a bold statement. Men's masturbation technology has not kept up with women's as a broad statement right now. Your tool goto tool for masturbation is a dry fucking hand. It's your hand. Imagine if you're go to tool goto tool for searching..

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"rigor mortis" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

01:38 min | 8 months ago

"rigor mortis" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

"Our cars today run on the remains of dinosaurs. That's why we call them fossil fuels. Question number nine. The Muskogee Creek are related group of indigenous peoples inhabiting what now comprises southern? Tennessee all of Alabama Western. Georgia and parts of northern Florida a cultural area known as what appropriate for this quiz region. And finally question for ten while walking through the woods, you may come across a dead body, the stiffening of limbs that occurs three to four hours after death is called Rigor Mortis, but the settling of blood in the body, causing purple red discoloration of the skin is called what? We'll give you minutes think about it. We'll be right back with your answers. Everybody Look I. Don't know what to wedding wedding wedding. It's a prehistoric ritual promises forever, which is maybe the most hardline I've heard by? Ottoman was obligated realized. Thanks much getting. Much because I'm not getting married. Getting married don't on. I don't know I'm getting my. Body? Another person's. Walked. News there's a human life it's. Only ruining his life, you know what both of us are entities tell. Anyone how how the garbage? Getting married. The hopes among. Anyway. Just,.

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"rigor mortis" Discussed on Limitless Mindset

Limitless Mindset

03:20 min | 9 months ago

"rigor mortis" Discussed on Limitless Mindset

"Adverse effect mild intensity assessed as possible related to NRP T., and that was nausea so just one elderly person experienced a bit of nausea of one hundred twenty. That's really not bad, so the study also produced some helpful dosage recommendations. The Standard Dose is two hundred and fifty milligrams of Nicotinamide riboside plus fifty milligrams of Patera, still mind, and then the double dosage is five hundred milligrams of Nicotinamide riboside plus one hundred milligrams of Patera stillborn. So if you're not an elderly person, that standard dosage is probably just fine. And also note that the study was updated in two thousand eighteen year after they did it, and I really love it when scientists notice errors in their work and then come along and correct them. The book Rigor Mortis talked about how scientists are these a lot of times, too. Many scientists are people with these incredibly fragile egos, and they will never ever ever correct their science when they make errors. So, it's really Nice Win I. Feel like I need to just do some some plopping some Bravo ing Wen. Scientists come along and correct the errors that they may have made okay. So what is the science suggests about patera still by. First of all that it is a SA- to in hack. It fuels the CIRTA wins, which are the light switches of the genome and it decreases insulin resistance. As an antioxidant it suppresses Paul metric acid mediated insulin resistance. In HEP G two cells by reducing oxidative stress and triglycerides accumulation, according to a recent, Indian study, thirdly, it helps weight, loss and diabetes. It suppresses liver Bhaluka Genesis, a mechanism, not dissimilar to Metformin. which metformin. His interesting thing I never took it because I was just worried about the the smell. Check out my podcast, discussing met foreman ideal deeper into the the dark side of Metformin, the Smelly Nece, and that's something that you don't have to worry about with patera still bind. Thank God okay. Fourthly, it Bruce Beeby NF, which is the. Up Regulating. And F. and M. R. A, which according to a twenty twelve animal study. It also has an im- a positive impact on spatial learning performance. Spatial learning performance. That might mean that if you were..

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"rigor mortis" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

Casefile True Crime

03:53 min | 10 months ago

"rigor mortis" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

"You know Lee Nineteen Seventy-three the now twenty seven year old and Nielsen used his army experience to join London's Metropolitan Police Force as part of the training. Hey and a fellow recruit I into a morgue to gain exposure to the DACA saw of police work upon saying the deceased than DOS. Sected bodies the other trae vomited but Nelson showed no reaction instead when he saw the hand of a young cadavers flock out in front of the Mortuary Assistant. He started fantasizing about the assistant molesting the chords in a separate incident. He had to undertake lifesaving classes. That involved pulling a pseudo unconscious colleague from the water this caused him to become so aroused that he stayed in the water to hide his excitement. Nelson quickly discovered that much luck. The army the police force was a homophobic environment. Around these Tom Nelson started exploring. London's Gay. Not lofts Sane. Homosexuality was day. Criminalised in England in nineteen sixty seven and the subsequent political and social movements led to increase the visibility for gay people in the country's capital hold though English society remained predominantly Hetero Mediev- and homophobia was widespread a thriving subculture had developed. Nielsen began frequenting gay bars of London's Old Court district and meeting other gay men. During a visit to a gay drop in Santa he met a teenage boy and the two spent the evening drinking heavily before retreating to a cheap hotel when the boy step. Nielsen Ripe Tim Mocking this. As the first penetrative sex act he performed with another male. The boy remained unconscious throughout the ripe and was seemingly unaware of the abuse that had occurred when he awoke the next morning. Nielsen's sexual desires fueled by this encounter and Bunn mead nineteen seventy-three he frequently fantasized about molesting men who would drunk drugged a slave comatose or dead main wall Nielsen's dismay over the hunt. A phobia that existed in the police force escalated wall along the job. He refused to arrest any men he found engaging in public sex acts together eventually in an act of rebellion. He kissed a Man. He was dining in front of onlookers while wearing his police hat. No soon grew increasingly distant from his colleagues and enlighten nineteen seventy-three. He resigned from the police force and found a job as a security God for the Department of Environment during one of his security patrols. Nielsen found a book talks ecology that contained a color photograph of a boy with. Rigor Mortis the boy slightly alive and Nielsen realized. He was aroused about the idea of someone being on the cost of loss and death while later. Patrolling the warehouse of the Natural History Museum. He attempted to act out a sexual fantasy with a stuffed gorilla by placing the animals hands on his naked body but was unable to sustain arousal.

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NASA Finds Life Drowned On Mars

The Topical

01:57 min | 1 year ago

NASA Finds Life Drowned On Mars

"APP. God you people are useless. I was going to make this fun but it's too late now. I guess we'll just sit here in silence what we think about. How if you download cash today you get ten dollars when you sign up using Promo Code Topical. There you happy. It's the number one finance happened. The APP store. Let's just move on. Let's quickly jump to the story. Opr has been following all day. Nasa has announced that they've found life drowned on Mars. The monumental discovery came earlier this morning when an orbiters telescope zeroed in on a bloated specimen in a shallow pool of liquid substance on the planet's northern lowlands. Here's aerospace engineer. Janet starks talking to the press earlier today at NASA headquarters the moment we saw that life forms frozen faced in twisted agony. We knew that we had a definitive indicator of life on the Red Planet. Seeing those images come in of its eyes bulging out of its head and its body decomposing. It's something that we will never forget here. At NASA frankly it moved many of us to tears of joy joining us now from NASA headquarters as opr science reporter. Rebecca Neal Rebecca. This is an outstanding discovering shares. Leslie the details of these groundbreaking images are truly breathtaking. It's rigor mortis limbs and skeletal structure bursting out of its swollen lungs. Most in the science community have only dreamed of a day like this. These stunning images are able to provide critical clues to how this drowned life came to be for example. The images of the claw marks around the banks of the watery pool tells us that the life form struggled. Additionally the splash marks around the banks. Leads us to believe life form could not swim so that can only mean that it drown desperately and most likely over a long period of time. The discoveries we are making here are just beautiful listening to her talk. I can't help it agree. I mean I'm looking at the images right now and I am

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"rigor mortis" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

04:05 min | 1 year ago

"rigor mortis" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

"Do I say? I don't want to say I don't WanNA spoil it so I'm just going to let this play out like he'll figure it out soon enough. Once I saw she was in the bottom two. I saw a figure it out. I was like Oh this this feels. Like Rigor Mortis Bench Rigor Morris. Yeah all right. Let's move on. Let's talk about Jada. I'm going to kick things off. Because Jada second look I literally wrote down. Verbatim the quotes basketball wife is about a feel. She looks put together an. I'm a basketball wife in my mind. Oh my God living living for this look I think she was. The person who in my opinion best was able to understand present and just captivate me when it came to the basketball wife category. I mean I just was blown away by what she was able to do. I forget what she does that I just saw. I think it was Michelle that she disarmed Porsche when she was walking down. That and of course it's it's eighty by the fact that essence all is a black woman. Okay so it's sort of like she's really really feeling the fantasy there but just the all the dress the hair the scarf all of it all of it all of it honey. It was just great. It's great and of course I love. You have go ahead. I'm sorry I thought you were done. Go I go. I love the fact that she she came out for the for the sport look with with an actual Jersey on everything with the ball and everything. It was very masculine but at the same time very feminine to like it was just. I just fulfil. She got the best of both worlds telling the story. The entire like if you came out as the basketball player and I then she came out as the Basketball Wife. Second and then for the third look. She came out as like the bath that the basketball wife in basketball player took together at the end of a long game. God and in her third. Look I mean Oh my God. I was stunned by this. I really thought she was in trouble. I really fell for the at the editor's trying to like she was in trouble. She was running out of balls. And the Queen's regifter giving her the side either Coochie Coochie looks and I was like. Oh no because like I really love her and I don't want her to be in the bottom and then she comes out and she absolutely fucking nails. This was stunning. It was everything I watch. She looked so fem and I love the fact that she owns it. She calls herself a female illusionist. She's a female impersonator. She does it so well. She's just like I'll I'll totally admit it. Anybody who's listening to drag race knows that this is just totally my style of drag everything about the Shia serving. I am living for and not only that for the for the elegance challenge but for the the Jersey challenged the title nine the first look her socks match the sequence of Her Jersey and the socks are not droopy like other people and the truth is fitted in such a way that still makes it look feminine. Which is what she's going for. And the Headband. Is there sparkly as well and the JERSEYS SPARKLED? And she's a terrible basketball player but besides that besides that she was absolutely great the second look. Liana said it. She absolutely owned it. I mean it was my number one. Look at the night in that category. She just asked. She's so good when she's out there walking the runway and serving it to us bitch and then that third look the way she holds her hands in the way she does her legs and as a boy. Jada is pretty Bush as day. Guys Go away your guys than that. Queen and she is stunning as a boy and to see her. Go from being a boy to the female illusionist on. The runway is absolutely spectacular and totally stunning. I am I could not stand her anymore. Okay I think for.

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"rigor mortis" Discussed on The Keto Answers Podcast

The Keto Answers Podcast

12:15 min | 1 year ago

"rigor mortis" Discussed on The Keto Answers Podcast

"Of course there's going to be sort of reward system in your brand goes yes I can and finally eaten now good job you know. I don't think that's talked about. I've never heard that talked about right now. I think that's another excellent point and I mean I'm not ever going to say. Hunting is is not fun for lack of a better word. Hunting is fun. It is stimulating. Being quiet walking quietly seeing everything and then and the excitement the heart rate of win an animal walks out knowing. Or maybe you're gonNA pass on it. I mean you had to pass on a few heroes like not not that one not that one not that one and then finally it was like. That's the one we saw it and it was like that's definitely the one that we're going to take that shot on and you know. There's there is a stimulation and also the relief when you when you lay hands on it when you touch it. And that's like I think I think that's one of my favorite parts is when you finally get to touch it and you know that you've found it. It's only gone in your case and five five ten yards and there's great relief that everything went as planned and now you can start thinking about food and yeah yeah definitely. I think the human brain is saying something with all that when when when you receive that kind of simulation relief I think is the best way to put it like that. I felt not not like joy joy. It was relief and respect and almost like a duty per se which is like weird because again like we had the luxury where we can go to a supermarket and buy stuff and not to do that. But when you're actually in that environment and I think there are certain things that kick on your brain that are just programmed in there and there's nothing you can really do about it but as far as you know we were out together when I got my first animal and you helped me through it. But I mean I could talk for days about my experience and sort of my recollection but I would love for you sort of walk through your experience with seeing me. Kill my first animal in sort of how all looked as far as that stage thus yeah. I mean I'll say that you did. You did your homework and you showed up shooting very well which to me being on on year ten of of guiding and probably better than fifty percent of the time. I'm guiding a brand new hunter. That is a big relief to me. I'm pretty sure that shot is going to be made We're not gonNA have any animals wounded or suffering which is very very rare. I find new hunters to be very focused and show up shooting very well following instructions. Sion's and just an absorbing. I think that's another big thing and I felt like you know we're able to sit there and talk not constantly but observe talk and just kind of get into the kind of cascade of of things that you can learn about just sitting in the woods and observing and animal behaviors and the way that their their body language is and what we think they might do what they what they what they actually do. You know the whole chaos out there I remember. We had several deer walk by. They were obscured by brush. They were moving too fast. We were definitely seeing the does we wanted to shoot a doe and then finally we saw a doe that I saw old and big. And that's that's that's the animal we want. This is the best animal. We're going to see. She was again behind a lot of brush. We've been waiting a couple of hours at that point. Point was I think a little bit of a strange angle and then we both. She was so far behind the brush. I remember that it was. It took a second for you to see her. I was honor are and then you saw and then I described to you this kind of think of it as like a stage like a gap in the brush. Where if she comes in there the shot can be taken off through my experience? I know also that you know in the coaching. You you you wanNA tell your hunter. Don't take that shot if you don't if you don't think you can take it safely you know we'll have another opportunity. Let's just be patient about that. And then with some people I'll I'll launch into the breathing you know early on and that's something that is as soon as we see animals. I start talking about breathing. I'm like breathe because I mean a new hundred can can start to get pretty excited. That heart rate will go up and it'll make it difficult to make a good shot and so we start talking about breathing. You were pretty composed and then I laid out that that window for you of where you could take the shot and I figured that she would. If she didn't stop she'd be in that window for five seconds tops you. I knew that you understood. Where where that window in that brush was and just said take and I love you shot and I knew immediately that it was a good hit? I could tell from the way eh she had she did run but I mean it. It seemed to me like the through my experience that what you achieved was a double long shot. which is is I feel like the best unless you also hit the heart of the hardest very edible and that it'll it'll be an exceedingly quick death and we waited a few minutes got out and it was a it was kind of a farce is far as tracking? I like to take take new hunters and and have them track the animal but she was so close that it didn't really make a lot of sense. I could see her the whole time and then the relief and I think that I still feel so much excitement and relief when another hundred takes their first animal. It's it's what reactions. Do you see me through at this process. You're very calm as I I would expect and very capable of and the shot was perfect. I'm not just trying to blow up right now but it was it was I mean as far as guiding it was. It was pretty optimal for me. It was a it was a great shot. You a followed instructions very well and I feel like you know I mean there was a tangible excitement from you also but also felt like there was maybe more of that when you burchard the deer the next day so shattered by that little bit. So you're which I think really unique about what we did. In in how impression how your your school is set up where most places you go out you. Decent field dressing. You get the organs out of the animal and then you take it to a processor processor. Never deal with it again. So you're eating in months later very different very very different approach. Where again you said hang it up so we skin it take guts out and then after that point let it said for a couple of days a day or two which is was the purpose I just saw it Affirma- Erma go through Rigor Mortis and be more credible? We were really blessed with some great weather when we were out there. So the ambiance temperatures were were basically refrigerator temps and so we were able to hang the deer and get it nice and dry before before processing and then so you showed me one animal. It'll be a couple that we are killed L. Not harvested. What's the what's the deal with people saying harvested versus killed because it just looks after with it or yeah I think so? I think it's a euphemistic approach again again. It's it's an opinion that I have and I have. I have friends in admired colleagues that use the word harvest all the time. It's something personally that I choose to approach approach in its seriousness of what. You're the active killed it. Yeah you killed it. Yeah like I said a harvest to me has historically applied to a vegetable or something more inanimate and feel like the we. We've tried to soften often killing two piece to people that were opposed or are upset by it by by saying harvest remember. I was the nervous buttering the animals because like I didn't want to making improper cuts or mess. It up as to not use it so it was interesting to me how you broke the animal down. We're able to use every different thing and puts them to ground here uses part here and so maybe walk through a little bit a next grants. Yeah I mean even mistake that you make in the butchering process. It's still usable. And so I think that's going into knowing that that all your mistakes are still going to be at worst ground or sausage at the very worst. So it's okay. It's okay to make mistakes and it's just approach it and have fun and think about the about the in game. Think about all that all that meat. You're about to have in your freezer and about all those meals that you're about to have and so break the deer into hindquarters and midsection and the shoulders will remove any trauma from the shot. which in this case was around the shoulders? Do you lose a little bit of meat. There we did retain the heart and the liver and some call fat from it. The liver went into the ground that did did the heart but we ate some. I can't remember we. We ate the heart the heart raw. The next that's right good and then indifferent roasts and cuts and brazen cuts and who's kind of the the roadmap of of an animal and just knowing which which pieces are best to slow cooked. which pieces are best grilled medium rare and then and then all the other cuts that that can just be turned into ground? Which I think is it's just so useful so applicable to so many different preparations burger or a meatball? Or whatever it is you're GONNA make out of ground and just highly useful stuff there and and then being able to it just being basic about it and we're not going to do complex advanced butchery techniques on these animals because what we want to convey to. Who are students is that they can do this when they get home and any mistakes made are going to be completely undoable or is it the right way but are usable? It doesn't it doesn't matter if you if you actually cut off a piece of the back strap it's okay you can do something else with it and one of the things for me personally. In Grad School Muslim my doctorate they. We had a lot of human learning enemies we dissect it all of them and and I'm very familiar. In the minutia of the human nanny down to like every single muscle nerve cetera. Blood vessel organs when you get the skin off not that different mammal to mammal from a deer human and not to me. I was jeanine butchering. It was just a another wages. Think about the respect of life and of consuming food. We're we're no different. And and we care more of our conception of this animal then worms would be when we die when the carcass. You're the actually embracing it. The the humanness of of the let's say for lack of a better term the carcass we killed. I love that I mean it's just like that is that is the reality of it and that is that's not sugar coating it at all and I think that's very important thing to think about. Yeah so then we did that. We obviously I ate some of it there..

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"rigor mortis" Discussed on Limitless Mindset

Limitless Mindset

16:24 min | 1 year ago

"rigor mortis" Discussed on Limitless Mindset

"This is where a lot of of those new study shows mainstream media headlines. Come from. Let's talk about the Furry Problem Lem which is animal studies. Have you ever wondered. Why so much? Science is done with animals. Why do so many scientists scientists do studies with rats or mice according to the author? It's simply because everyone else does studies with rats And mice quote scientists often start of research project by building on what their mentors or peers have done before and entire field may rely on a particular animal model even though scientists often have no idea whether it's a a valid surrogate for human disease. It's quite common to cure a disease in a mouse model only to discover that it's irrelevant. Relevant for treating human disease and that for scientists is trying to conduct a rigorous scientific research makes mice a big hairy problem Silverberg realized that nobody applied the same degree of care when it came to evaluating the animal studies upon which the human experiments were based. Nobody knows how well a mouse predicts a human said Thomas heart-lung at John Hopkins University. Animal Studies often mislead scientists to to waste millions of dollars and years of work because quote at route. The problem with lab animals is that they just aren't small. Furry humans an interesting fact. Scientists have only recently come to realize that the sex the person who handles the mice can also make a dramatic difference. Mice are so afraid of males that it Actually induces and Judah a pain numbing. Reaction that screws up all sorts of studies Garner said. Even a man's sweaty t shirt in the same room can trigger this response. Human trials are better quote back in in the decades when drug development was progressing rapidly. Doctors weren't trying to create new drugs based on a deep understanding of of biology. They just experimented on people not mice to see what worked quote. I wouldn't necessarily seek to who defend the historic approach. Scandal said or schedule skin out. That would be terrible. If there's a scientist with the last name scandal that'd be a a movie villain esque wouldn't it. I think today people would be horrified if they knew how drug discovery really worked in the fifties and and sixty s but I also think it is a historical fact that it was an efficient way to discover drugs it may be a ethically deep unpalatable fact and something. You would never wish to revisit but I think probably bits of it could be revisited with not huge risk. So science could deliver us a lot more useful drugs and cures to disease. If we did more human trials the reason of course that we do these animal trials giving cute little mice cancer and then pumping them full of weird drugs to try to cure. The cancer are is because it would be unethical to do these experiments with humans violating the informed consent principle in human scientific experimentation is why we sentenced sixteen. Nazi doctors to dangle from short ropes at the Nuremberg trials after World War. Two since bad science done in studies is so costly in in billions of dollars and yours of work wasted while cures to disease remain undiscovered. We we have to ask. Could there be a ethical way. TOO risky human experimentation well in the past scientists did a a lot of human experimentation on societies unwanted prisoners and the mentally ill while I'd prefer that society dealt more harshly with and actually executed a lot more of its criminals. I don't think any of us want to see these sordid. Ah episodes of medical history repeated a free market for human experimentation would go a long way towards solving gene the furry problem of bad animal studies for example. Let's say big Pharma wants to test a new cancer drug but what they don't want to waste five years. Doing misleading animal studies so big Pharma instead could offer amid a half million in dollars to people who volunteered to be injected with a specific type of cancer. which will metastasized and then undergo an experimental treatment? Scientists doing risky experiments on humans would probably take their work a lot more seriously than board post Docs walks poking their thousandth rat with a syringe. How many people out there would have risked their lives for a half million dollars? How many people out there are suicidal and looking for a way to kill themselves? How many people are serving life sentences in jail and would have risked their lives in exchange for a fortune paid to their families outside? I say more than enough to actually make some scientific vic progress. Big Pharma has billions and billions of dollars to invest in research and development as does the NIH. It seems like there's enough money to convince people to risk their lives for the sake of science metformin a controversial yet renowned unowned anti-aging drug is an interesting case study of science succeeding by way of experimentation with with a traditional European herbal medicine quote. Some of the most successful drugs are the result of serendipity as is is the case for Metformin. The most widely used drunk for type two diabetes decades ago a researcher in the Philippines studying an obscure skier compound to treat flu and Malaria reported. That also seem to lower blood. Sugar the original original compound was discovered as an herbal extract. And to this day scientists don't understand the biological mechanism but but it doesn't matter it simply works. Let's talk about in vitro invaders too often. Scientists reach conclusions. Based upon experiments with disembodied cells suspended in glass containers this methodology. She is seemingly hopelessly problematic. Quote the the Immortal Cell Line labeled Hella aw was just the first of many and because Hella cells grew so quickly they became repay Shis. Weeds needs in the world of biomedical research. labs the slightest lapse in hygiene can transfer a Hella cell from one dish to another. That's harboring a different line. The fast growing Hella cells quickly crowd out the other cells and simply blay takeover a two thousand seven study estimated that between eighteen and thirty six percent of all cell L. experiments US miss identified cell lines that adds up to tens of thousands of studies costing billions billions of dollars about a quarter of those MIS identified. Lines are actually Hella and Hella comes from Henriot Elax. You may have heard of her story. There's a couple of documentaries on it. It's pretty interesting. This was a woman who had an immortal immortal cancer cell line. This woman cells just kept growing conquering the world in their own. Microscopic way. This cell line contaminates renders useless. Many cell line studies quote all told he figured perhaps twelve thousand thousand papers are based on bogus cell lines but that's not the end of it. He estimates that on average each of those papers neighbors with cited in other papers. Thirty times when you start doing the multiplication you're talking about billions of dollars that have have been spent using a cell line inappropriately. It's not clear how much value comes from research that relies on cell lines in in the first place. Much of scientists appreciate the convenience of studying disease in a petri dish. The results are often hard to apply in human illness. Chinese studies are often total crap quote. He found that. Seventy percent of this Substandard genomics work is taking place in China. The studies are being published in English language journals he said and almost all of them are rock. Chinese scientists get cash bonuses for publishing in the the journals science nature or sell and Chaman said they sell co author ships for cash that practice this would fail the test of scientific integrity in the United States. So you WanNa be extra skeptical when you're looking at a pubmed study study and it originates from China as always communism ruins everything. Let's talk about something else. That communism is ruining. Let's talk about about the Absurdistan of academia. The book confirms the stereotype of Academia. Being a bizarre is our Byzantine maze of pretend productivity which hamstrings actual intellectual progress quote once young biomedical scientists. Finish their. PhD's they go into a twilight world of academic postdoctoral doctoral research. This is nominally additional training but in fact post docs form a cheap labor pool. All that does the lion's share of the day today research in academic laps nobody tracks. How many post Docs are in biomedicine? Listen but the common estimate is that there are at least forty thousand at any given point. They often work for five. Years is in these jobs despite heavy time demands usually paying less than fifty thousand dollars a year a rather modest salary Lori for someone with an advanced degree and quite possibly piles of student debt. All this would be worth the sacrifice if a research research job were waiting at the end of the process but the job in academic research is bad and has been but the job market in academic research is bad and has been getting worse. So if you're a young person looking at your prospects for career Steer steer away from academia. You'll you'll be so much happier with yourself and you'll probably do more meaningful things in the world giving geniuses geniuses. The space that they need to invent is the opposite of what modern academia does Academia academia used to encourage that by grantee academic scientists sabbaticals once every seven years. That's still an option Shen on paper lease but for many in biomedical research. That doesn't work anymore because everyone's writing grants and everyone's too. You stressed out boy. They should do some meditation. Some adapted genyk herbs. Chill out a little bit. It's just too risky to leave your lab for an academic year given the struggle to find labs these days philosophically. I don't have my mind made up on institutions Russian's but they seem to mostly be a problem a big problem institutions like the government or universities Ore the NIH seemed to be magnets four psychopaths sociopaths EGOMANIAC and the incompetent. Who can't cut it out in? The free market institutions are where antisocial narcissists can build their political fiefdoms for themselves and get fat off the backs of the tax livestock. That would be you would meet provided by their a federal funding on the other hand NASA got us to the moon. The British Empire Banished Human Chattel slavery and Invented the Internet to name a few examples of big wins for humanity that came from institutions. I don't know what to do about institutions. We probably shouldn't be giving them so much money though. Let's talk about the science publishing racket in science. There is this middleman industry of science journals like nature sell the Lancet and plus one the incentives discentives in publishing are problematic to say the least quote if you think about the system for incentives. Now now it pays to be the first Veronica Executive editor of the Public Library of science. That's the Plus this one journal. It doesn't necessarily pay to be right. It actually pays to be sloppy N.. Just cut corners and get their first and that's throng that's really long rock. This perverse incentive is warping biomedical science. Retractions of studies occur. But not nearly as much as they should quote seventy percent of the retractions. They studied resulted from bad behavior. Not Simply Air. They also concluded that retractions are more common in high profile journals where scientists Tis are most eager to publish in order to advance their careers. They were flabbergasted to find that some journals demanded handed payment.

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America's Relationship with Meat

The Four Top

09:33 min | 1 year ago

America's Relationship with Meat

"We are going to discuss discuss America's relationship with meat. What does it actually like to slaughter an animal? And how do you define the term grass-fed and we also explore are the double. Aarp of the food world otherwise known as mature beef but first. Let's meet our panelists. Lynn Curry author of the book. Pure beef if you just flew in from ranch country. Welcome thanks gathering and John Shabelle is a butcher and owner at pasture pediatrics. X A whole animal butchery. Welcome thank you. And Chemist Davis is founder of the Portland meet collective and the Good Meat Project and author of the Book Book Killing it. Welcome thanks all right. Well let's dig in and just get right into the blood and Gore. We'll start with that Most Americans eat meat every day without ever having seen where it comes from. Chemist Davis the title of. Your book is killing it so I wanted to ask you. Have you ever slaughtered slaughtered in animal or witnessed the slaughter of animal. And what is that like I've done both and it's interesting that you use the word Gore because us. I think that a lot of us who haven't witnessed slaughter assume that that's exactly what it is. I would say watching Coyote etta eat a cow always probably way more gory than most of the slaughter that I've witnessed or taken part in which is not to say that there's a lot of methods of slaughter that are not great and and Ken Go terribly wrong and do involve Gore but in my experience witnessing what we now call humane slaughter. It's fast. It's efficient a lot of people like to say the animal has one bed bad day. I wouldn't say it's a bad day. It's more like a bad second or for two it's peaceful and For me there's been a real sense of reverence that surprises me almost every the time that I take part in the slaughter or even witnesses slaughter or whether it's at a slaughterhouse or on a farm or in a backyard and I think in some ways that references references maybe what we're afraid of because it's complex it's It's not a easy easy reduced. Black or white feeling. Yeah you have when you take part. In the slaughter actually feel like you're part of something elemental and important And you kind of you re realize is or you realize for the first time that you really can't have life without death death as part of our everyday experience in many ways we've just chosen to I do not think about it or not. See it well. Can you walk us through that kind of the logistical steps of house ladder. Might look it. It really depends on. WHO's doing it and how they're choosing to do it? Of course so there's not any one way that everyone's doing it But on a basic level If it's being done well and inhumane way your Attempting to stunned the animals so that it's rendered senseless to pain that happens with different in different ways a A captive bolt gun did If you're slaughtering a chicken perhaps in your backyard scrambling it's brain in by poking a knife through. Its top pallet. There are other ways to do it and then once that has occurred then bleeding the animal And doing that very quickly. So the idea there is that you're trying to avoid The animals are being being awake. and feeling that that bleeding occur so whereas you know a lion attacking a deer for instance or antelope is is not going to render. It senseless to pain in this case which were choosing using to do that to make sure that the experiences quicken and painless and why do you bleed the animal. I well we bleed for a lot of reasons but mostly it's To prevent spoilage As well as to prevent Terrible flavor as well I don't know if John may have some ideas about that to you. But essentially by the time you get You're buying meat from grocery store. There is no there is no blood per se in that meter on that meet. There may be some but my globe in like an animal won't go into Rigor Mortis unless you bleed it Robert leg. It won't actually sees properly and you want it to seize them. Yeah Yeah especially with beef. I mean because that I five days where it's hanging and going through. The Rigor Mortis when the enzyme start to actually act and the meat as aging. That will happen if there's still blood in the body Lynn. Have you been part of a slaughter witnessed this latter absolutely since you mentioned. I live in an agricultural region in eastern Oregon again so I arrived as a vegetarian from Seattle and was very quickly introduced to on farm life which has cannons mentioned involves death death Older animals animals that are not serving a function on the farm anymore. And in fact my first slaughter involved Allama from Allama Packer acker and that was pretty interesting and the meat was delicious. It did not taste like chicken. I've been involved in chickens and ducks risk cattle. Sheep Goat. Pretty much you know the the full Livestock Ensemble Sombor and one of the things that always occurs. It's incredibly well planned out. So everyone knows what their role is. The person who is either going to do the stunning or the killing has that specific role in everyone else's they're in support of that and the primary goal will is to prevent stress on the animal. And there's several reasons certainly an animal welfare. You want them to not have any idea of what's coming But the other element is is that the meat is going to be better if there's no stress and so lack of stress it's very calm planned experience for everyone. It sounds it's like it's something that everyone should witness or be a part of if they're gonNA eat meat. Yeah there are some people who maybe shouldn't witness it. I mean I. You know a lot of my book is really exploring being The the stories that we in the modern world have told ourselves about what it means to kill animals for food and what death means in general And I think one reason that we should witness slaughter if that's where a process that gets us food on our table is to dispel a lot of those narratives narratives and a lot of those stories that we tell ourselves that really have their roots in horror movies Honestly I mean they don't. It's not based in reality and actually is a lot a lot of the stories that we tell ourselves about what it takes to get turn an animal into food makes the sound almost mentally. Ill sometimes like it is not based in reality which is not to say that there are terrible ways that we have killed animals for food in the past one hundred hundred years? I mean that is true But it doesn't mean that that is the only way out there and you studied apprentice at a farm in France where the techniques different there than they are over here. I mean they were certainly different than what you might see an a huge processing facility here in America They weren't in the sense that almost all the meat that we eat no matter where it comes from an America is from a hole where we use the whole animal quite well. I'm we're quite efficient using the whole animal. I'm on this butcher was also using the whole animal. It's just that this butcher was using it. Only for food as opposed to other other products But they really were. It was a family that was Able to deal with the cutting themselves and they were also Selling all of the meat from Tanna ten animals a week to four outdoor markets and they sold out of everything which was truly astounding to me. I mean most of the butcher shops that I know of an America. Small butcher shops are really struggled to to sell the whole animal because we don't have a consumer base that wants to eat the whole animal They also were their products. Were quite different. They were quite a bit more focused on. I'm sure coutry and cured aged Meats fermented meats and they were using much older animals so they cut it differently because of the products that they were able to cell whereas here butcher Might only be cutting for fresh cuts. They might only be cutting You know a third of the animal for fresh cuts in the rest. They might grind to go into burgers or hotdogs or sausages so it was a much more meticulous and detailed form of buttery. John Do you think that's changing changing. Do you think people are more open minded in terms of I mean some of US especially those of us who grew up hunting lake where he used to that a little bit like. There's certain like I remember. We were like Oh dear heart. That's that's that's one of those things that you wanted to eat right off the bat kind of or if we'd even eat deliver if it was like a younger animal but No because I mean if you go to a supermarket you're not gonNa see any awful and I think that's I mean they're not going to sell what people want to buy in like so they're selling chicken breasts wrestling strips and stuff like that ground beef and so I guess that saying that. Also the general public doesn't doesn't mean they don't even know what awful looks like most of the time

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Why Is There a Rhino-Shaped Cave in Washington State?

BrainStuff

06:47 min | 1 year ago

Why Is There a Rhino-Shaped Cave in Washington State?

"And we're back at the ron burgundy podcast season do baby pressure team what we'd do. I brush my teeth. Whenever what else does on holidays in sometimes i forget i'm not perfect smile of your breath being the smell of rare steak and aged whiskey ski no carolina that doesn't bother me listen to the ron burgundy podcast on apple podcasts or on the iheartradio app or wherever so you find your podcasts welcome to brainstorm production of iheartradio pay rain stuff lauren the vocal von here here. Not all fossils are bones or shells or tc. Most of us would agree that mammoth tusks and stegosaurus spikes are pretty darn cool and yet the fossil record is not limited to old body parts fossil's are defined as any naturally preserved remains or traces of life forms that existed in in the geologic past and that covers a lot of ground and that's sort of a pun because the fossils can take the form of a footprint leave impression or filled tunnel left behind by prehistoric land beavers. One of the strangest fossils ever discovered is actually a cave about fifteen million years ago in what's now eastern in washington state of okina fissure eruptions and lava streaming into a shallow river lake where rhino happened to be wallowing a layer of basaltic rock formed formed around the beast preserving the outline of its well cooked body long after the flesh rotted away leaving only a few bones for millions of years this rhino shaped hole in the earth lay hidden in the cliffs washington's grant county near blue lake a popular hiking destination by the nineteen thirties erosion had worn cornhole into one end of subterranean creature mold exposed to open air. Here's the story of how the blue lake rhino cave came to be and how four for seattle rock hounds accidentally discovered it only five species. The frano are alive. Today and none of living five species are indigenous to north or south america america however from about forty to seventy million years ago rhinos common in north america somewhere hippo like semi aquatic animals others had wicked tusks instead of the nasal horns we see in their modern day counterparts paleontologists think the blue lake cave likely formed around the corpse of a die sarah theory him mm-hmm while female dies. There were horn lewis. Each adult male had a pair of small horns sitting side by side near the tip of his snout. The dimensions of the blue lake cave tell us that the dice area mm-hmm left behind was about eight feet. That's two point four meters long from snout career and still a little bit less than four feet. That's one point two meters eaters tall at the shoulder in life. The animal probably weighed about a ton or so. Nobody knows if the creature had already died when it became entombed however <unk> judging by the contours of the mold it seems the body was rather bloated. This could indicate the decomposition was already setting in also the legs are pointed skyward telling telling us the rhino may have been floating on its back in the state of rigor mortis. The caves walls are made of fifteen million year old pillow assault a kind of ignatius rock that normally forums when lava contacts cold water and rapidly cools down so dead or alive the dice earth area must have been hanging out in a body of water during a volcanic eruption option then the lava came pouring in. Maybe it got knocked over anyway. Lava can hit temperatures of more than one thousand six hundred degrees fahrenheit. That's nine hundred degrees celsius. Ordinarily this ultra hot material would have burned right through the beasts skin flesh and bone but instead the cold water converted the molten rock into a tightly packed layer of hardening pillow assault the corpse eventually rotted away and even most of its bones disappeared yet the mole that enveloped the bodies stayed largely intact a- largely but not entirely a when you think about it the fact that we even know this weird little cave exists is pretty amazing thing millions of years after the thing formed flowing water carved an opening in the mold right about where the rhinos hindquarters used to be a yet erosion hasn't strayed completely today. The case entrance is big enough for an adult person to enter but getting inside may prove difficult for some visitors you see the blue lake. Bryan cave is located in the face of a cliff about three hundred feet or ninety one meters above the lake shares its name during the summer of nineteen thirty five to adventures couples calls from seattle were hiking around the cliff in search of petrified wood on their trip. The court happened to discover the cave. They had the honor of becoming the first people in recorded history enter enter the prehistoric rhino mold inside. They noticed a handful of fragmentary animal bone fossils including partial jaw. These were sent to paleobotanist the george f beck of central washington university who couldn't resist visiting the site for himself upon gathering more bones listed california institute of technology paleontologist chester mr stock to identify them stock determined that the bony bits came from an extinct rhino soon scientific community realized that the cave itself was a full body cast of that that very same animal abuse to last drew breath fifteen million years ago in nineteen forty eight a team from the university of california at berkeley heroically scaled the cliff and filled the cave with plaster creating three-dimensional duplicate of the interior also an exact hollow replica of the cave was put on display at seattle's burke museum where it still stands today. Today's episode driven by marc mancini produced by tyler clang. Brainstorm is a production of iheartradio's. How stuff works for more on this and lots of other well preserved topics visit our home planet host dot com and from our podcast iheartradio visit the iheartradio app apple podcasts or wherever you listen to your favorite shows and we're back at the ron burgundy podcast season do baby. Maybe wendy pressure team what we'd do. I brush my teeth when everyone else does on holidays in sometimes i forget i'm not perfect. This is smell of your breath father. Being the smell of rare steak aged whiskey no carolina that doesn't bother me. Listen to the ron burgundy podcast on apple podcasts or on the iheartradio app or wherever you find your podcasts.

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"rigor mortis" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now

The Church of What's Happening Now

03:15 min | 1 year ago

"rigor mortis" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now

"With the coke rigor mortis the coke at sleepy day not with the coke coke. It's like doing a quote. I've never done anyway. Passu are quayle. It's amazing to run. This tremendous escaped. The last one I had Jordan Belfort Wolfer. Wall Street came the show last week what it's a pill and how how have quayle it's gone out of style. What's the is Grassy Contin the new version? I listen you know all you hear about is the problem the oil problem the problem. We've had a problem with pills cayenne whether it was two malls mcquaid lose or valium xanax. It's Perkasa what's happened that I had a conversation. One of my dear friends 'cause my dear friends has this job that struggled with inaugural addiction and he's I don't know what to do with them. Now we say what you being a fucking hypocrite for starters. He's no coax. You don't understand we were doing co big fucking coke heroin. I won't pills but it's true. You know these pills leading these kids. A heroin is cheaper and it's cheaper. That's exactly right this lace with vent and all that Shit is unbelievable. So you know what man I the leaves I drink to express those I smoke. Join them good as you say. If you're like okay I have to I. You're GonNa die in twenty minutes. What's the drug you do the piece of cheesecake I get a New York eight gramley mortgage cigarette like fucking animal? I would smoke a cigarette like if I got that like I would get more enjoyment at once what Marlboro but a real breads I mean I knew that one I knew at the age of twelve marijuana did some to me somebody said across and said she had A._D._d.. And a bunch of stuff and since she started slocum part she's got together. I think I decided the same thing yeah always had like low self esteem and how he's had all these things my father dine once I found pot I found the home down. It takes away the background noise for me. I do at night before I go to bed. I had to take it easy because I was not the vapes. I can never quite tell how much I'm doing and I tried a couple different brands and now I just do like three or four hits before I go to bed. I was doing more during Roseanne because I was stressed out for obvious reasons and I was starting to forget shit and I didn't. I didn't feel like I was quick. So for me like four hits before I go to bed is like the perfect amount I can still be like quick and optimal Joel do drugs grown up. You know I didn't really I did like I tried everything except heroin I never did great quotes but I was never a I was always addicted to dramatic situations and bad relationships and not drugs I was I was addicted to drug addicts. Not Alcohol Alcohol never did grew up in an call home and I was always the one poor in the alcohol so I became the people pleaser I just never I never got the taste for drinking I do sometimes I wind gives me fucking Migraine..

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"rigor mortis" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"rigor mortis" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"This guy to give you a free? I just want to finish dressing up. Little Sally rotten there. So I may treat. To a very special. No. Is there? So is there sex in hell or the afterlife forever? You are Mr. most I've been told that I'm quite dead. If you have a worry about problems with that erectile dysfunction that you talked about beds medical center, John. Rigor mortis stiff all day long, thirty sixty ninety million years. You gotta live. Hey, what's up, dude? I just wanted to say that it's shopping cart. Shop buggy. It's bud. Thank you. Thank you. I don't know why didn't say that yesterday. During your whole thing your whole thing out about what happened at the store who who's calling it a buggy Bugg. Like, why is it a buggy? Why buggy is something that's connected to a horse in Amish country. Buggy a buggy is shopping buggy. It's a cartoon buggy. So clearly a car buggy to live who are you? You give the undertaker nickname. But I can't have through as Monday. You are a fake Astro Castro. Your Andrew brough, you're Andy. I didn't call it grab it. Take it easy. Andy, we gotta go. The reason I asked about the crematory conference is when sometimes on the weekends when my girlfriend, I board. We look for things to do by Facebook events, and we're scrolling and scrolling, and there's like this crappy live band and this crappy comedian, and blah, blah, blah, and then it says national conference of crematories sciences or whatever. And it was that some hotel in in Clearwater. They're all these little workshops on cremation. And I thought it'd be fascinating to go there for the Q and A that bloop- like that for some reason just made me think of all the other things that are being done while the show is playing in the background. Here's a morbid thought. Yeah. Go ahead. You think anyone's been murdered shows for sure yeah? Yeah. They died from laughing to death. No. No. No. But like murdered. Yeah. Like we killed them with our comedy. No. Yeah. I like killing it like you just gave somebody an idea. Here.

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James Harden-less Rockets dominate Warriors

Around the Horn

02:16 min | 2 years ago

James Harden-less Rockets dominate Warriors

"Let's talk basketball. Now rockets James Hardie what eighteen warriors with everybody wants. Well, what's up with that? And what's up with this? The warriors. I'm going to call it. The rigor mortis lineup right now. Curry's arraign green. Clay, boogie part overall, minus one in the thirteen games. They played it. Sees jay. Would you see in the loss of Houston? You see in the Owen three against Houston this year. What are you seeing that minus once that I just gave? In the game against the rockets this Saturday, Chris Paul was clearly the most motivated person he was flying around out there. The warriors can't seem to find that motivation. Seems like they lose it home on a weekly basis. They're not intent on protecting their home territory. They don't feel like they can prove anything. Kevin Durant even had this sort of dismissive remark. Like, well, you know, the playoffs the only thing to Matt around anyways. It's almost like he's taking his shot at the attitude is permeated that locker room, but the rockets do present a legitimate threat, and they have to be increasingly confident that they can't be warriors. I wouldn't worry too much about the rigor mortis lineup as he said it and the poor analytics with that group because they're still getting used to each other. They still have time to develop so cohesion now that the initial euphoria and excitement and adrenaline from DeMarcus cousins joining them has worn v. Well, you know, but it still goes back to the playoffs last year. So even though this is regular season. Even those games are relatively close. Even especially when you look at the statistics in the final score. They have got to have a lot of confidence. And they did it this time. Without James harden. That is absolutely huge. We know that they lost in the playoffs largely because of that hamstring that sent Chris Paul down. And they've got to be thinking if they can just stay healthy how much better they're going to be against the warriors this time, and you're right, j maybe the warriors are going to have to gel with boogie cousins out there. But you know, what that's their problem right now to rockets have nuggets all. Including play offs the rockets. Eight and five in the last third games against what are you worried about finishing? Well, first of all they can score number one. That has a lot to do with it. And they were defending especially last year in the playoffs. You go into game six in game seven last season. They had double digit leads in both of those games. And that was without Chris, Paul.

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"rigor mortis" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:56 min | 2 years ago

"rigor mortis" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Informed on the markets, and what affects your money. What they'll FOX business report out today on talkradio six eighty WCBS. Talkradio six eighty WCBS. Well, here we are on the Savage Nation on this rock and roll Friday. And we've had a little fun so far God bless God. God bless God. Try saying over the weekend when no one's listening. So they don't think you crazy. Even if you're an atheist see what happens see if we can move the universe. I wonder if one hundred million people said God bless God at the same time. If there is a God if God would hear us and of good things would happen to humanity. I just wonder there's so much hatred and so much negativity, and so much doubt and so much fear and so much vulnerability. What if one hundred million people at the same time said God bless God. What if in that moment you suspend all your? Superiority and your knowledge of the universe and knowledge of self which is of course, infinitely small and for one minute or one second you realize that you don't really know that much outside of your own world. Maybe not a navigate your business. Navigate your life. Could you have to? But what if you became vulnerable like a lobster? When they shed their shells. And they're completely naked until they grow a new one. Did you know that a lobster sheds their shells and a completely naked until they grow a new one? Did you know that? A lobster sheds its shell. And it's completely naked until they grow a new shell. What does it have to do with you? What am I talking about? Can be anything you want to make it into. It's a great metaphor for you, man. And I think the simplest take home. Message would be that. Maybe we have to become vulnerable. In order to grow at all. That if we're locked within our shells we become rigid. It's as though we have rigor mortis, it certainly become true that in our political world. Rigor mortis is set in both sides are fixed in their ways. Both sides are like stiff corpses emitting. Slight sounds such as I love Trumper. I hate Trump or all day long Mueller and Trump this to me is the sound of a dying civilization to be stuck on such a thing. And I mean, I know where I stand on it. And I've told it enough where I have to say it again. I've written about it. I've talked about I know where my loyalties lie. I don't want to second guess me. But I think that there are so many more important topics rushed to talk about which is what I what I try to do here on the radio. So all my little lobsters out there who are listening. I invite you to become vulnerable and shed your shells become spiritually and emotionally naked..

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"rigor mortis" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

02:43 min | 2 years ago

"rigor mortis" Discussed on KNSS

"God. God bless God. Try saying it over the weekend when no one's listening. So they don't think you're crazy. Even if you're an atheist see what happens see if we can move the universe. I wonder if a hundred million people said God bless God at the same time. If there is a God if God would hear us and of good things would happen to humanity. I just wonder there's so much hatred and so much negativity, and so much doubt, and so much fear and so much vulnerability one hundred million people at the same time said God bless God. What if in that moment you suspend all your? Superiority and your knowledge of the universe and knowledge of self which is of course, infinitely small and for one minute or one second you realize that you don't really know that much outside of your own world. Maybe not a navigate your business or navigate your life. Could you have to? But what if you became vulnerable like a lobster? When they shed their shells. And they're completely naked until they grow a new one. Did you know that a lobster sheds their shells and a completely naked until they grow a new one? Did you know that? A lobster sheds its shell. And is completely naked until they grow a new shell. What does it have to do with you? What am I talking about? Can be anything you want to make it into. It's a great metaphor for humanity. And I think the simplest take home. Message would be that. Maybe we have to become vulnerable in order to grow at all. That if we're locked within our shells we become rigid. It's as though we have rigor mortis, it certainly become true that in our political world. Rigor mortis is set in both sides are fixed in their ways. Both sides are like stiff corpses emitting. Slight sounds such as I love Trumper. I hate Trump or all day long Mueller and Trump this to me is the sound of a dying civilization to be stuck on such a thing. And I mean, I know where I stand on it. And I've told it enough we're not to say it again. I've written about it. I've talked about it in a where my loyalties lie. I don't want to second guess me. But I think that there are so many more important topics for us to talk about which is why I what I try to do here on the radio. So all my little lobsters out there who are listening. I invite you to become vulnerable and shed your shells become spiritually and emotionally naked. And see what happens when you recognize that you're not alone in the universe. And they may be something higher than all of us.

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"rigor mortis" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

The Projection Booth Podcast

03:25 min | 2 years ago

"rigor mortis" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

"Vampire three, Richard ings character has these nice new outfits, and then he throws them in the fire because then that's how you transfer that over to the spiritual dimension. Now, his two goes friends can wear these nice robes that were just burned up in our world. Imagine cop. We get to see, you know, anti throwing money in a VCR and all this stuff into a fire, and that's how you get it over to the spiritual realm. So this one. Starts with a performance, tapping at an opera, and it's just there the performances supposed to just be for ghosts, but one of Mr. vampires assistance ends up going to this performance. Actually, this is the one where the ghost falls in love with Mr.. Vampire memory serves that one of the ghosts ends up being a helper from this performance and then she ends up falling for him though the two assistance are kind of buying for her attention because she's so attractive. But yeah, I really like this thing in the whole idea of the guy who's supposed to be like the big great Taoist priests to starts destroying spirits rather than saving the spirits. And because all of these guys who were at this opera end up disappear way because assistance, knock out the hell police or keeping them in line. Anyway, I won't go into the whole plot, but I really enjoy the vampire what we're at once again, one of advocates for the twenty thirteen film rigor mortis, which is such a. A Omar and love story to these films featuring so many cast members from the Mr. vampire series. I mean, chins who hall who was from the first Mr. vampire. He's essentially playing himself moving into an apartment complex populated by guys like Anthony Chan, Chong fed to Richard Richard eating and encountering a very serious take on the junk she. It was a Juno mock whilst did that excellence coordinate twenty ten film dream home. If you ever saw that one, I have not seen that, especially for the commentary. It has about the housing crisis within industrialized China, this anyone, right in ostrich in rhythm that I remember. I need to advocate for crazy safari, which is the only time you'll ever see a vampire fighting towels. Priests, writing in ostrich Syariah Nassar is launching a junk she out in airplane with its own parachute. It's the most insane thing. I think I've ever seen. They'll have to wait until I see the gods must be crazy before checkout crazy safari because that is unofficial sequel to that, isn't it? I don't even understand, but yes. Yes. While, yeah, Nick hours in the gods must be crazy movies. And then he's in this one as well. He's our main bushmen and yeah, it's I mean, there's some bad things going on in here. There's some weird racist stuff happening and the version I cannot find a version that has the commentaries. Stephen, Chow another guy doing commentary through the whole thing. I, I thought they were dubbing over the bushmen but apparently bright, yeah, but then apparently they're just doing like a running commentary. They're kind of like the narrator from the gods must be crazy or from animals are beautiful people..

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"rigor mortis" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

06:57 min | 2 years ago

"rigor mortis" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Right. Gregg, get your boys. And with a gun to well. Yeah. With again in which to him. Okay, drake. What's a gimmick? Gimmick. Let let quit the nice little trick. Didn't would see. I know you're up to the minute. I saw you hear someone a kid came in and started that right baby. I kept my island dog. They are amazing. I had no idea that was such a clever blame lying behind that have some goody compass still of for you do tell me something how are you going to beat the rap for murder? What do you mean? Murder rapid to wrap them. Fact, you're late multi Ramon and young Ed Clark. I wasn't even near the place place dog. Slacks. People you love the radio trying to hang those two murders on me when look wouldn't be difficult to product. They you were at the clock place tonight Clark soil. He never did. So I get to go description of what he calls your visit visage. What's that? Whether the Marlins have fingerprints on the window that you fought dog Basit. We'd have no trouble Paul hanging to you, basically since it's common knowledge that you and Mark they weren't getting onto well frame Ave is one little stick. The notes that young Ed Clark signed for money. He loved muck gambling table. I don't know what Utah. You do you wouldn't moxie were using the notes to blackmail Alice clock. Crazy. No, I'm not benefit clocks name is coming up for reelection. Next fall, you knew he couldn't stand on people publicity as basically expense. He's one of the most important military commitment in Washington you worked on his daughter. You can't prove that. And if you try all this stuff will come out in a payback, I won't have to prove. Day because you're going to give me any and all papers that Ed Clark might assigned either that he is going to pay a murder charge dog basil left something I can prove. Great your second one little bit iovine look. You on around the do any of that proven. You talking about wouldn't be a fool to try that business sector dental. So I'd be who will I get this you time, and you're going to get it right now. Spector? He shouldn't have done that. We've got to move fast. Now, everything depends on speed come on land. Get it. Ryan. Now got very far. About two hours before you arrive. Yeah. Girl jumping Judas. Okay. Thanks. They were pretty prints on the gun, Mark at blocked and Alice. That's crazy. How could ours is prince get on the gun? On the contrary. The inspector is right on the. Many things during the past few days that one wouldn't suspect her of telling us so many lives. He almost got itself. Facing a murder you please. I have. But I I would suggest so frightened know Alice made the mistake of so many other infant people have made he didn't go to the police at one. I thought if I did they. At the blackmailers read the paper that we found. My office tonight with Harvey greater the scandal. They promise you didn't know that. Of course, you knew that Ed have been gambling. But we could have been mixed up. Another thing. The product good never live down the publicity. Reelected was so important to him under the government who when you found dead on the floor. You suspected that Ed is killed him a word scandal than ever place for gun in his hand called the infected and said someone committed suicide in your living. I couldn't think of anything else to do. Ben here's carrying on on the fair with moxy. Be coming from the house, and you couldn't tell him otherwise without explaining about Ed is that through our. Yes. I was dumb enough to thanksgiving building up until the situation was almost intolerable. Tonight's paramedic. Conclusion must have been in one sense. But relief, this is all very nice. But we still got a couple of minutes is all okay. Ed croc Alice. I think so I'm doing Ed probably Damian when moxie was trying to force the money out of it must have realized what ideally Benesova decided the square everything by killing moxie. He'd beat it leaving his sister holding the bag. Yes, he probably stood outside. What's Dallas, pick up a gun and place it much his hand. He knows Alice's prints around the Ron, and she might be accused of murdering my that's right became back to get the gun. Okay. So. Mike. And someone who. Muck d did you know what I thought you said? I thought you said Murphy shot. I did now. Wait a minute moxie was already dead. A kind of a guy getting gag inspector Alice picked up every gun placed it in my hand put his finger around the trigger to make it look like suicide not making I got to mothers. This all Alice knew nothing about guns as I discovered when I tried to get it to take mine at the golden swan tonight. The fact that the faith to catch was off meant nothing to her. I still don't get elevates the done in my life was hand our old band. Rigor mortis went to work modest now. Now by the modest inspectors in from one minute, the two hours after a person dies. If you read a book written by a certain well-known private detective, you'd know that rigor mortis is a slow stiffening of a dead person. Could that well known detective the guy named Boston? It could make recommendations immediately began tightening the things that was pushed around with gun in hand. Now, I get it moxie think kept high around the trigger and when Ed lifted up matzec hand removed the gun it exploded in the face lamb lies. Right between the I I bet this is the only case on record. Name committed murder by. Golly, we were certainly. Mike. Now. Wait a minute. Roasted glow. By inspector. But this is my hobby. I. I..

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"rigor mortis" Discussed on Z100

Z100

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"rigor mortis" Discussed on Z100

"Ten thousand dollars shopping spree adam all so he's just too in such good thanks ti is doing something cultivating dealt with walmart to give out movie tickets to families in atlanta to watch black panther her so apparently they give like three hundred tickets out for this advance screenings of that's awesome are girl kamilah cabal hitting the road in april she announces she's going to be headlining her first solo tour the spring never be the same tore named after the albums first tracks can kick off in canada unable night head to the us that make european stops in june and i know everyone here wants to go and see her ryan murphy did you hear this signed an overall deal with net flicks could roaches high could reach three hundred million taller sources as saying it starts to life first lives while they jacked up or a yeah exactly it's a fiveyear agreement murphy and his ryan murphy productions will produce new series and films exclusively at netflix and brody this one's for you coming soon on the walking dead the first naked zombie day never either but i was thinking about it you know some somebody must have passed away naked and then they turned into a walker so why are they all close all the time they need to be represented are really they need to be represented well our hope if it's a guy rigor mortis said it so i could say oh my gosh right back to you prime time olympics coverage the bachelor winter games you've got some nashville 2020 roseanne the return lip sync battle is on next hour yeah i know it the spice girls have signed contracts all they're just messing around i wonder when is it good morning good morning to jamie dig wanting to jamie morning jamie good morning jamie aero is very doing thumped doing okay jamie is called to make sure that i know that there are men and women working in school lunchroom's e there are we going in for ten years i'm only thirty six years old uh pretty young i'm not like what you see on tv whereas all these uh you know sixty year old people in their old grumpy yes like what's your favorite food to serve what's the easiest most efficient so deserve well pizza the cardboard do you get to eat any of the square card were pizza excise liked it added to.

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"rigor mortis" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

Stuff You Should Know

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"rigor mortis" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

"Rigor mortis or not i think it was on the body farms episode so talked a lot about will be how decomposition works if you wanna know more about dekom goes into our body farms um epi right yet and of course the smell he can't talk about the composition with them smell now and his julia late and puts it it would bring an average person to his knees yet spat yes apparently it's ammonia the it's an ammonia base smell created by the comp like the litterbugs yeah ever clean other litterbugs sure a half tax applies most it's all over the place let's right um the other thing too with a decamp is in this you know you don't think about these things when you hear about it on the news but someone actually has to go behind after the body has been removed there's probably liquefied parts of the body there and there's also magget slim that have already feasted and have the blood inside of them and he can get it you'll get rid of them to 'cause you're caring mieno disease it may be right and so you have to basically scour the place looking for maggots collect the maggots and then you disposable in through burning right tastes like burning stay laura dern hey everybody get this blue apron arpels are the leading meal kit delivery service in the entire united states and while everybody knows that they think that maybe you don't know about the kinda meals you're going to be creating when you sign up for blue apron yes that's right you're not just gonna be thrown burgers on the grill too much short rivers hoppy cheddar sauce on a pretzel bonn demot seared stakes in time pan sauce with mashed potatoes green beans krispy shallots and all this in under forty five minutes without a trip to the grocery store yet and plus blue apron offers three plants they got the two person meal plan the family meal plan and they offer a wind plant six bottles of wine from renowned winemakers delivered monthly to your door that's what i'm talking about two right now blue apron his treating steffi should know listeners to their very first dinner at thirty dollars value if you visit blueaproncomhewitt up to check out this week's menu get your thirty dollars off with free shippingblueaproncomstuff blue.

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"rigor mortis" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

WPRO 630AM

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"rigor mortis" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

"Think a lot of this lot of the issues really why in with the linebackers on this team and david harris has got rigor mortis the guy can't move car o van noy is best used probably as a twenty to twenty five play a game tied guy where you wanna put him in coverage and have running around and covering people i don't know what they all caches margins at this point what i know he can't cover running backs so what level of what level of warrior you have with this group again amount of seven so what is still save aboard don't get me wrong but what it can't be is save aboard because you're just outscoring people thirty five thirty one i think we've come to know around here or from having seen plenty years of championship football that if you're legitimately going to win a championship it was only really been done one time where a team had it completely godawful hot garbage dumpster fire rubbish defense and that was the new orleans saints in some level one of the years i think there was one of the years the giants one word statistically they may not have been that great but they were able to get after the quarterback and they were difficult match up for the patriots but for the most part you at least the defense that's in the middle of the pack and has the ability to hits a key stops and there's only so much that belhadj it can do on a gametogame basis to create a game plan to swallow other teams down before you just look at it and say well that guy who never it is kate execute and i i've got to give him wind up or i've got to make massive changes in a less something happens this weekend vic completely catches me off guard i'll be the first wanted to tell you that i think bill bella check is going to.

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"rigor mortis" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:55 min | 4 years ago

"rigor mortis" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Rigor mortis i'm taking it and i'm running with it thank you for the thing about their martin they're marking we are esa for you know giant together other i rigor mortis that's it that's going to be on those banners online the muny railway that go up and down market aero like the what's the image though we have what is the image it is it is it a jared pro is it of a gorky hernandez at bat that it that's why i comma give me some more adviser running into the wall an air a line of card that shows aaron hill in either the three or the four halt line of karn ally all right when what about the guy that was painting willie mays before the home opener that's not the one you're getting all these different image on the the media mukilteo railway the light rail that were goes up and down and just in that very plain giants font just sf rigor mortis a so you pageri iwr admire you lebrun do there's already talk of what him leaving cleveland effort here this year are you did you hear mitch lawrence gary did energy he's good now he's fantastic is your laser eight and in the var larry through back on him now and said you got he's east by if this were the new york knicks you there's no way you'd questioner their status as an alltime team oh that's good i didn't hear that by the way yeah larry larry was firing back and i came in mid now i'm reading the joe vardan could lebron james leave the cavaliers again it's a discussion for another year at the end of this year he'll be thirty three and a free agent so there's talk of the lakers are the clippers right lander has a whole lot of sadc's got his pad down there i believe you runs a lot of his lebrun enterprises is this all operation his base down there so make sense and you know the glamour the glitz of la it's perfect for lebron james burbank based spring hill entertainment company he owns burger i'll be flying a burbank pretty soon to i love me everybody or are suddenly my kid is going to that camp at ucla nice that's right that's the first week relies on taken down we're going to be in la.

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