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Metro Atlanta's Fulton County board votes to remove elections director

Atlanta's Morning News

00:20 sec | 2 weeks ago

Metro Atlanta's Fulton County board votes to remove elections director

"Blames Trump the Fulton County Elections Board fires its director Richard Baron, on a 32 votes airs in Inefficiencies Waste Taxpayersdollars. They undermined voter confidence. Republican Board member Kathleen Ruth votes to replace Baron No interim director is named. The county attorney is checking whether this vote is the last word. County Commission chair Robb Pitts doesn't

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Wendy Williams Shares Alleged Details on 'One-Night Stand' With Method Man

Power 106 Programming

01:51 min | Last month

Wendy Williams Shares Alleged Details on 'One-Night Stand' With Method Man

"We never left. Wendy Williams recently did an interview and out of nowhere unsolicited told the world that she hooked up with method Man. Yes, me to get Joe D. Danny. Two way were in the club. I said to him, you know you want to come over and he said, Yeah, people didn't even realize at the time it was Wendy and one of the biggest stars just left and went back to her penthouse where she baked him in her Jacuzzi. Tub and smoke more. We, you know that was back in the coke days. I don't remember what he did. I'm not gonna implicate him on that. Did you guys go all the way? Yes, OK. Wendy withheld Robb Stark. The fact that you bathe him is a little weird, but also why? Why now tell that story. Could it be that you're trying to promote your movie That's about to release Oh, no, Wendy, you cloud chasing Listen, Wendy went the hell are you going to learn when he I hate to do this to my elders. But when you're 56 years old Your whole grandma. Anybody want to hear about their grandma gain their freak on during the Great Depression. Talk about the 19 twenties went the only thing that were roaring. Get it, Warren Twenties, No. And also how you gonna do Method man like that. Don't blow off the spot because you want your movie to pop alleged drug use one night stands possible cheating left was minding his business. And now you have to hear about the time he got to smack and ended up wooing your tank. All right, Also a minute to the world. That it was a one night stand is that many? That it must not be not good, because it meant the men got a taste. I never went back for the cream. Oh, that's last. It must have been trashed. Sorry, Wendy, But please enjoy another well seasoned, never kiss and tell l because your order is up at least number one for hip hop, baby

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"robb" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

Mark Bell's Power Project

04:19 min | Last month

"robb" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

"Andrew you hear that what. What is that here. That's you hear that beat. That sounds nice. That's the sound of three element electrolytes. Oh my god. Those are eight electrolyte packets. That element is so graciously sending all the guys for free but there's gonna be some weird hoops some stipulations. Like fifty bucks fifty. Not do okay. No no it's by house. Do not just to pay five dollars for elements to send you eight different packets of their awesome electrolytes. You hear mark talk about. I talk you talk about. These are so good for if you're dieting. If you're not if you're trying to focus on performance do just so amazing and they're going to send you eight of them five bucks. Yeah what i actually play. I love about this whole retards pack. You know me. I love orange salt. That's my favorite flavor. They have tons of other flavors and now. Here's this opportunity to try all of them. You know so why. Why would give me one reason why you wouldn't jump on this right now. Exactly you guys need to go to l. m. n. t. dot com slash power project. You can claim your free. Free element recharged pack. Right now. just pay five dollars shipping and you get to sample all of their flavors guys. We win stereo the wrong way. We love this stuff. We've been talking about them since before. They teamed up with us. Their homes now seriously drink l. m. n. t. dot com slash power project again. Absolutely free just pay for the five dollars shipping and its shores. Go there right now. I'm ready we're rolling. I'm ready big daddy. What's going on you're popping out babies over there xactly. Yeah it finally happened. It was insane banana. Can you explain in detail from conception to from the from the right from the jump. Yeah well truth be told. There's a banana peel. You slipped when you're closed off pretty much but when it when it was when he was conceived we both kinda like that probably worked We both kind of new like in their good. Yeah it was. It was a good shot. At the i gave you the advice on the twisty right. Maybe could have been. I think so. Yeah yeah. I told them about something. Wait what ramle. And then he texts me the next day like dude. I think we're pregnant. Shit just like that getting in their deep the congolese is that one percent congo right. Your baby's point five percent. So i i think two percents of that would make him one percent one. He's the true. Yeah that's a good looking baby by the way thank you. They don't always come out like that man. Sometimes that i there little sketch well so like when i was like look a little weird when you see like a puppy like puppies are talking to their eyes are all close. And they're like they're all like guinea takes a little takes like three days and then they look super. Yeah i wanted to send you guys a picture like right away. But when he came over his blue. And i'm just like oh we'll wait and then he started of like form shape and okay cool. Let me let me send the crew. Some pictures center. No no. I took a picture of it though. Now i mean we could have put in your pocket fright up. We can make tacos and yes. She was not into it. So i'm like okay just saved it from me and my me and my bad jokes here so one thing about like just just being nice and fun to like you know staff or whatever like they would come in and pick thank goodness. We're here we don't want to deal with person next to you. Because i knew who they're talking about which i won't discuss on air but their dislike like are you sure you're not going into labor because i don't wanna have to go to the next person. You are so much fun like he has funny. And i'm like dude. I've been holding back this whole time because it's quite the experience when another woman is touching your woman and she say now. Oh wait maybe not like that. They were checking taking taking off our long. She was I should have asked my wife if this is okay to say she's like in their villain and it's like oh my gosh. I'm so impressed in a lake. So.

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Joe Biden marks start of presidency with flurry of executive orders

All In with Chris Hayes

01:09 min | Last month

Joe Biden marks start of presidency with flurry of executive orders

"President biden has been in office for a little over thirty hours. He's already moving quickly. To erase the stain of his twice impeach predecessor yesterday biden ousted three trump appointees michael pack seal. The us agency for global media came under fire for pushing it. Really a corrupt pro-trump agenda with an organization that's supposed to be an actual reporting entity kathleen cranach or the director of the consumer financial protection bureau. Who critics say was more interested in protecting businesses and consumers and peter robb general counsel for the national labor relations. Board were union leaders. Say he actively worked against labor interest. Biden's also taking action overturn some of his predecessors most harmful policies he moved to suspend deportations for certain immigrants for one hundred days preserve the daca program protecting undocumented immigrants who came to the us as children president signed an executive order recommitting. The us the paris climate agreement cancelled the construction permit the keystone xl pipeline. Biden's top priorities fixing the responsible corona virus. He's already signed. At least ten executive orders directives to accelerate federal action including rejoining the world. Health organization require masks worn on all federal property

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For When You Feel Unappreciated

The Daily Meditation Podcast

04:44 min | 2 months ago

For When You Feel Unappreciated

"In today's episode. You are going to gaul little more deeply into exploring your inner beauty as you. Listen to your inner wisdom. I invite you to focus if you'd like on your fat chakra. Chaka's are considered to be areas within your body where you hold emotions and memories. Your fifth chock gra is located right at your throat. it's at your neck. It impacts your speech how you present yourself to the world and how others perceive you. You're fifth chuck. Robb is about inner truth. I've received several messages recently from you letting me know that you decided to meditate because you were wanting to explore your inner truth. I wanna share a message from a listener. Remember you can reach out to me on my cipriano instagram. When you send me a direct message you can also send me a message to mary. At cyp and home dot com and i would love to share your journey with other listeners. This was a message that really touched my heart. Because many of you know that i recently moved and as i move it's been a little bit hectic and i haven't really had a lot of time to really sit down and focus as a record these meditations for you like i normally do because i'm really out of sync now. I'm still unpacking boxes. I'm in a totally different city. A new home. And i'm still struggling to get my routine going to where i record regularly but i'm so glad that i'm still showing up that i'm posting episodes for you because sometimes i think why do this every single day. Maybe i could come back or not record daily but i know how important it is for consistency to record daily and i share with you what i actually do myself so this helps me with my own ritual and to get excited about the weekly themes and whatever we're exploring for the week i mentioned this to you because you just never know how much your work that you do or anything that you share with others can mean to someone. This is especially true if you feel really unappreciated in the kind of work you to because our work is our energy that we share and many of us spend more time at work than we do with our own families or friends and i received this message from a fallow listener. Who said i just wanted to tell you anonymously that i probably didn't kill myself last week because i got to hear your podcast before going to a hellish job environment that i can't get away from for financial reasons. This message really touched me for obvious. Reasons by especially because i hear from you and i know people personally who will also feel the same way like they don't know how they're going to get through another day of work or school or a relationship they may be in no that you're not alone and know that within you is a beauty. We all need that. Your inner light is so important and valuable to the world

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Here’s how some metro Atlanta counties are planning to recount ballots by hand

Atlanta's Morning News

00:45 sec | 3 months ago

Here’s how some metro Atlanta counties are planning to recount ballots by hand

"State Brad Rapids Burger orders a hand recount of all ballots cast in the state. WSB is Michelle write reports live the surprise move least county election director scrambling to meet the fast approaching deadline. Yeah, bill this announcement from Rapids Burger coming as a bit of a shock to many of the States 159 elections director. It will be an audit, a recount and a re canvass all at once. It will be a heavy lift. Fulton County chair Robb Pitts says They're trying to figure out where they're going to be able to do this count of the nearly 600,000 ballots that were cast in Fulton since the Hawks are about to start using state bar Marina into cab elections Director Erica Hamilton says they'll certify their results today and start the recount. Tomorrow. We're looking at the finish counting in 4 to 5 days, they'll be using buck with buckets and a paper tally for their recount.

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GoFundMe Site Set Up For ‘Chance The Snapper’ Catcher Alligator Robb Who Needs Heart Surgery, Chicago

Bob Sirott

00:38 sec | 4 months ago

GoFundMe Site Set Up For ‘Chance The Snapper’ Catcher Alligator Robb Who Needs Heart Surgery, Chicago

"Yes, it's AH Update on chance. The snapper, The alligator trapper who caught chance last year in humble Park in the lagoon is turning to the city in a time of need. Frank Rob. Says that the alligator will need to undergo surgery due to a heart valve issue. Now, wait a minute. No Frank, Who needs the heart valve surgery? Frank robber, the alligator. No, it's Frank gets Frank. Rob. OK, Sarah's little confused. During his time in Chicago, he met some of his current friends who put him in touch with doctors in Evanston Northwestern Hospital. For now, Rob is asking Chicago was to keep him in their prayers.

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Top 10 Haunted Crime Scenes

Extraterrestrial

06:14 min | 4 months ago

Top 10 Haunted Crime Scenes

"Starting off our list of haunted crime scenes is the Eden Brown estate on the Caribbean island of Nevis. There're couple versions of this story and they all take place before a wedding. Of course, they do essentially the groom and the best man they get into a fight they pull out their vessels and they kill each other. Oh but they're not the ghosts of the Brown. Estate that would be the bride who still roams the estate and a long white gown waiting for her wedding day. Of course, she is the. Are. They're always brides dressed in their wedding clothes just waiting for their wedding day at these places and it's always really sad because i. they're also always like crying or like they look very like shock they've always been jilted. Yeah. It's not fair. No I. Don't like while in eighteen, twenty, two, this bride Julia. Huggins was set to marry Walter Maynard, his best dude John Huggins was going to be the best man but all was not well of course, there wasn't everyone died. Wheeler Alina a fight was a bruin. So there's like multiple stories about what actually happened and since the story was largely spread by tourism, they all vary a little bit. I feel like the best things in the worst things are always spread by doors. One hundred percent we can account for a lot with tourism well, like I said, there's a few theories. The first is that the grew was having an affair and the best man found out that was his sister. So he was like I'm upset and then the groom was like you are Eliah I think that was it that was it, but there's also some mortgage bonds. Okay. The next one is that the best man like I said was the bride's brother and the groom discovered that they were hooking up with each other on the low, and obviously he went a little bananas about that Allah incest a lot incest. So S- big ill. Another theory we've got another one says that the bride's father now, that's the dad this time was tried for mistreating his sleeves and this was in the eighteen hundred. So you know that was real bad. That was a sharp left turn sharp left. The groom having an affair. Yeah. That's like the classic in the best man is being a good dude and killed them died hero. It's a pretty good wrong com movie actually I picked up I like that one while historians think the real story dates back to a historical rivalry between the maynard and the huggins families the plantation itself dates back to the Century and it was at that time a beautiful property decorated with international furnishings from Africa and China. But today it's in ruins. Really. Sad. But sad torres claim to hear whales of a crying bride enslaves. ooh, and Julia is sometimes spotted in her wedding gown only during the full moon I don't hate that this is in ruin. Now what's meant to be will be yeah don't go there. It's terrible place. Nine. At number nine this week is leap castle and love this one according to ancient legends. Leap Castle is built on an ancient Druid holy site. ooh while we don't know if the druids used the land for human sacrifice, we do know that once the castle was built it did witness hundreds of murders I feel like that's just like what castles do. Yeah. Any good castle worth. Its name seen offend learning the hundreds of murders. You can't be a castle. You know it's a qualification. The best part of this place is that it's named after a little earl leap off a nearby cliff by an ancient Irish abandoned chieftain. ooh. Yeah. He jumped as a sign of bravery to win clan leadership from his brother later, it was taken over by the bloody carols. I want to be friends with them because you definitely don't want to be their enemy. Yeah. You don't want to be an enemy of the bloody. Oh Carols No. Well, they were known for throwing Red Wedding s dinner parties and just straight up killing their guests like the saddest episode of Game Fern. So to picture that was all is affecting me R.I.P Robb stark. Talk. About number be over it. Well, this was way back in the fifteen hundreds. So the it is pretty game of thrones Ian. Yeah. So the carols, this is one of my favorite things they built an uber yet a what an yet. and. What would happen was victims would fall through a trap door into this. googly. It in the remains of one hundred fifty people were found during a nineteen twenties renovation. So I think we have three major ghosts that we want to chat about really quick. Hit me up. One of the ghosts is called the Red Lady. It's an carol hostage, the murdered her baby. Oh, I don't WanNa be a part of them anymore. This is when I got off the OH. Carol, Bandwagon. You're. Not. In. She's looking for her baby though was murdered. Oh, I know and then we have thaddeus. So Carol who is a priest killed buys brother in a power grab anybody named Thaddeus as okay in my book thought he is a great name does the last one that I found was called the murdered lady was she murdered? No. We. Think she was I wouldn't Wanna be called the murdered lady later in life she shows up and she's naked has all yeah. Has a red cloth over her face and she just screams twice at you and then leaves that would change you as a person I think like to which say I leave I leave the Milky Way Galaxy. If that happened to me I would walk like five hundred miles and then I'd walk five hundred more which I would be so far. That's terrifying to me. No. Thanks. So we don't love that will in the sixteen hundreds after all that crazy. Oh, Carol business it changed hands and it went to Jonathan Darby who fell in love with an old carol daughter. So now it was just all about love right romance. Well, he still haunts the castle right now people as looking for his loss golds, but I think that's pretty priority of him. The other reports of things happening are doorbells ring with no one their tools move around without being touched There's like sounds of furniture moving people screaming, and then a carpenter that was working on the property once just left and he was like I'm never coming back to work because he walked five hundred miles and then five hundred more leap castle everybody.

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"robb" Discussed on On with Mario Interviews

On with Mario Interviews

03:07 min | 4 months ago

"robb" Discussed on On with Mario Interviews

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"robb" Discussed on On with Mario Interviews

On with Mario Interviews

05:28 min | 4 months ago

"robb" Discussed on On with Mario Interviews

"I had gone with Mario Lopez. Lopez. Zoom from new quitting series the expecting actress Ns, Afia, rob welcome to the show. How are you? I'm doing okay. How are you doing? I'm doing great. I'm doing great. Just doing okay. You just a little tired today or got a lot going on I mean I feel very healthy. I. Think I'm excited the show's coming out. I think. Yeah. Just an reasons it's a weird world right now is. Exactly, right exactly. What you look great I like your hair. I shamed it for the movies. So it's it's growing out. It looks good. If you pull up short hair I always think it's a great look. So good for you. You're you're in Brooklyn Right now, where are you from originally? I'm from Colorado Oh, what part of Colorado near Denver okay. Nice. Lyon. Hind. You get. You get back off and family still there. Yeah I spent some time there during quarantine. Up The mountains which is so so nice but Yeah. But I'm here now I go back A. Couple Times. A year is home New York. I now more La. Each. New York as most of quarantine in. La We got kind of stuck out there. Right on the side. but then I'm back here it wasn't now is beautiful. Great weather was nice to not be stuck in New York in like March. April. But back in New York and supposed to start filming in a couple of weeks hopefully fingers crossed everything stays good. People are healthy. Exactly. Yeah. Fingers crossed Wolf expecting seems like it's Great Simon with Halloween around the corner. In qube, of course, all about sort of quick short episodes is it different to make those types of shows than a typical series or film? Is I mean I'm sure the production value looks just the same I it looks Great. But I imagine it's a quicker schedule or not so much. A little bit quicker week founded just like an indie movie. So it's not. The for people who haven't who don't know it could be as all of the episodes are ten minutes or less could he extends for quick bites so it's a full feature narrative, but it's just broken up into chapters every day there's a new episode or chapter that's released. but we filmed it just like an Indian movie. The scenes were a little bit shorter. So. We are constantly dislike hustling. We'd have fifteen scenes in one day. program. So. That's a lot of dialogue memorize it. Yet will this isn't a.

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Early voting starts with long lines but few other issues in Atlanta's Fulton county

The Rashad Richey Morning Show

00:42 sec | 5 months ago

Early voting starts with long lines but few other issues in Atlanta's Fulton county

"A lot of people show up on the first days of Apple releases a new phone. You're going to the first day you're gonna stand in line for a minute. That's an election officials speaking with channel too, aboutthe long lines voters experienced on Monday, which was the first day of early voting. Secretary of State's office reported more than 125,000 people cast ballots and in Fulton County, There were some technical glitches. However. Unlike in June, Fulton County chairmen Robb Pitts told Channel to the glitches were minimal. The only one where there was a glitch with technique. The holy passes right here. The other printer that malfunction there was a scanner that malfunctioned one Those problems are corrected quickly Early voting last until October, 30th

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"robb" Discussed on The Ready State

The Ready State

08:18 min | 7 months ago

"robb" Discussed on The Ready State

"Two tons of entities including NASA naval special warfare the Canadian Light Infantry, and the United States Marine Corps to name a few. Rob. Lives in Texas with his wife and Business Partner Nicky and their two daughters. Rob. Welcome to the ready State podcast. It is an honor to be here. I'm always happy to bring down property values wherever I go. Speaking of property values I. Hope your daughter is okay. You have made a recent move to Texas and what just happened. will she was sagging our youngest was? Outside picking blackberries and was rooting around under a Bush and then. Came in and looked Kinda like. Something was wrong. She had a big handful blackberries on Mike Hey. What's up and she's like nothing and she liked shoulders pass me and then she goes to mom and she says, Hey, I think something me. We, looked on her leg in right on her left via Mo are to puncture wounds that. To my eye and to the eye of the emergency room physician into the eyes of many other people that looked at it looked remarkably like a snake bite based off the way that she described it where it like an electrical zing. Followed by a little bit of redness but you know cellulitis no necrosis tissue. We're assuming that it was it. We're assuming that it was an I'm doing air quotes here only a double tap from Scorpion this point. So yeah, well, this is one that's so terrifying. You'll spend so much time in the desert. Glad your family is safe. So I mean I've read the Pearl Cautionary Tale. But that really does set up. Our conversation with you about being you know you are the first person in our life who said, hey, maybe it's not just macronutrients and trying to eat like counting guacamole and chips and a beer is like a balanced meal. You said, Hey, really food quality matters and this is fifteen years ago to everyone when you were the first person who said, Hey, look, you really gotta pay attention to this and you're missing. A third or more of the puzzle and I think this idea of your daughter foraging for blackberries and having mishap is really the allegory of our time around people thinking about food or eating even like one step removed from food right eating something and trying to tweak their health and yet tripping on themselves. So. I'm psyched to get into it today also and club. We know obviously that you started out in your professional life as a research biochemist. Tell us how you. SWITCHED INTO BEING A. Paleo Kito expert of Aaron pseudoscience, their of nutrition information over the last fifteen years Kelly obviously know quite a bit about the story but clear share. Yeah. You know I had a really significant health crisis. I had ulcerative colitis so bad at the ripe old age of about twenty, six, twenty, seven that I was facing a bowel reception and I was in right getting ready to start either a PhD track and MD tracker an MD PhD tracking. So I I would steeped well enough in this area that I knew that getting a bowel reception at that age wasn't really going to bode well for me long I I. Again, I had all sort of colitis. In through kind of an interesting set of circumstances, the possibility that I might be really reactive to most grains most legumes and dairy kinda got on my radar. And when when dead idea just kind of was thrown on top of me. I. Was sitting there thinking man if you don't eat grains ladies and Terry what on earth do you eat you know it was just kind of this free Associative Elena was like Oh and mind you this was back in nineteen ninety eight. And I was like. So those things are like agriculture what did we do before agriculture? We were hunter gatherers. What do you call that? Nid was like, Oh, a Paleolithic Diet I've heard of like that. So I win into the House turn on the computer waited for it to Lake Chirpin whistle and do all of its stuff and and get the dial up connection going into there was this nifty. New search engine called Google and into Google put the term Paleolithic. Diet and found some work from Arthur Danny and also lowering core Dana Lauren had just published this really remarkably powerful paper called cereal grains humanities double edged sword, and it talked about how we probably wouldn't have civilization as we know it without the advent of agriculture. But that maybe you know don't want to. Make. People uncomfortable. But maybe there are trade-offs in biology maybe a gain in one area could lead to problems or deficiencies in another areas and he had a big part of what he detailed was really significant gut pathology from these kinds of genetic foods that at least for my biology, which maybe weren't well set up to to handle, and so a tweet to my diet towards a what what we would now call kind of a low carb Paleo Kito type approach in that was twenty two years. AGO and I've tinkered fiddled and tried other stuff along way. But for me, this kind of in central health model leaning towards the lower carb side has been kind of my my safe place like when your kids and you, you're playing tag like there's this home like that's my home base and I do a little bit tinkering and fiddling But that's still kind of the for my bullseye. That's where I get about eighty five percent close to what I need is just using that that kind of worldview. You, you guys you and your wife. Have probably put more time on the Internet answering questions complex around complex personal virology and. You know. All things that relates to trying to use food as medicine or food is a healing vehicle just trying to you know make it medicine and anyone else but I also WanNa just appreciate that you have always kept your foot rooted in performance. You've you've owned a strength and conditioning Jim one of the best teams in the country. You you are you guys are both incredible athletes who've? Working alongside of athletes. Are we at odds trying to, because I, in our local market and we live in Marin here. There are three magazines at the checkout counter now called Paleo life for some So that ship has sailed our neighbors. What does that mean to you and they're like you know? fermented hornets nest soup is that what you mean by Paleo? For Scorpion Berries. But. How do we? Are Those things that odd in terms of fuelling and? Trying to reduce crappy carbohydrate in my diet, I mean, how do I make sense of both of those things because? I think we're in a world of high octane intensity right? I mean isn't that sugar burning? Generally, and you know this is a this is an interesting thing is as much geniuses I think came out of the the concept of of cross it and like the sickness wellness fitness. Continuum I I don't think that it was an infinite continuum that there were actually It's like taking derivatives. Are Inflection points where we might get a diversion in my head I. saw this more at interestingly as you guys are the ready state..

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"robb" Discussed on The Ready State

The Ready State

02:24 min | 7 months ago

"robb" Discussed on The Ready State

"This episode of the ready State podcast is brought to you by our friends at chilly technology makers of the chilly pad and the dealer. If you've been around us for a second. You know that we are exposed to a lot of technology. A lot of supplements people are like we have the thing that's going to change everything, and honestly most of the time it's not true but I wanna say that using the chilly pad changed my life. That's true. I'll tell you that before we found the chilly pad years ago Kelly was a hot and sweaty sleeper and never was able to cool off dude. I would throw legs out I. Mean I had fans air. So what ends up happening is that the Euler or the chilly pad circulates cold water underneath my sheet all night long. So what ends up happening is I never overheat in fact, I sleep better I don't wake up I wake up ready to go has changed my life and because I actually tend to run cold I actually sleep with the Chili weighted blanket, which also circulates cold. Water and what's so cool about it is I can under this feeling of heavy weighted nece even in the middle of the summer and knock it overheated. It's like sleeping inside the womb I'll be honest. So not only did I see it direct change in my sleep recovery scores in Muslim density right? Because sometimes we can't control the amount of sleep. We get the quality sleep we get. I started talking about this and we have a whole bunch of people going through sort of age related hormonal changes in our life. And I will say that at the tops of society, all those friends all the way down to my mother-in-law, we put them on the chilly pad to help modulate and regulate sleep temperature and it changed everything. So look we are huge huge fans these guys and gals and people are extraordinary. The company is Great and this will change your life. Seriously it is the number one product that Kelly recommends to anyone and everyone that he knows. So I, recommend you check it out. We both highly recommend it I mean I sent one to. Tim Ferriss Joe Rogan. Drew brees I mean if you're in my family, I was like you need to get one of these things. It's pretty remarkable. If you WANNA get one, try it out. Go to Chile technology dot com slash trs where you can get twenty five percent.

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Today is Election Day in Metro Atlanta

Atlanta's Morning News

01:30 min | 7 months ago

Today is Election Day in Metro Atlanta

"Happening now. The polls are open for runoff election day after voting problems in Metro landed during the primary. The run offs could serve as practice for the general election. WSB Bill Chi actually reporting live and some of the key races to be decided. Yes. Got Challenger Funny Willis, maybe the favorite against longtime Fulton County District Attorney Paul Howard. I would say the momentum appears to be with Miss Willis. WSB political analyst Bill Crane says There are some hotly contested congressional races to Republicans Marjorie Taylor Greene and John Cowan Square off in District 14. Crane says Green make some Republicans nervous as a spouse before and during her candidacy. Some fringe element conspiracy theories, one Question today is whether Fulton County can avoid some of the big problems we saw during the primary. WSB is Michelle. Right? Reports live. They've got a three step plan. Yeah, Bill. That's right. That three step plan covers a number of things, and they look to do ah, whole lots movie than they did back in June, at least that run off election. The plan focuses on people, places and process, explains Fulton County Board of Commission chair Robb Pitts, he tells Channel two action news. There are 174 polling locations open for voters and election steps have already been there for hours setting up We'll have staff of holy places at three o'clock, not 6 37 clock when voting begins. They'll also have technicians on hand in case anything goes awry. They'll also be a dedicated number that goes to a call centre aimed at responding to any complaint. Pitt says he's viewing this as a dress rehearsal for the elections in November.

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369: Celitcs Beat - BOL Read

Celtics Beat

02:25 min | 7 months ago

369: Celitcs Beat - BOL Read

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Chicago Mercy Hospital Closing Between February And May Of 2021

WGN Nightside

01:35 min | 7 months ago

Chicago Mercy Hospital Closing Between February And May Of 2021

"Years in Bronzeville, Cash strapped Mercy Hospital is not planning to close its doors for good WG ends. Robb Sneed is live there and joins us with more on what's behind the decision, Rob Well boils down to finances. They just aren't bringing in enough money, and now they will be closing their doors pretty soon, according to hospital officials, who say that more than 300 workers will be without A job. I spoke with the union rep today and they told me for the lower wage workers. They will suffer the most. As soon as February 1st 2021 staff could be without a job, Mercy Hospital and medical Center president made that announcement today in a statement. That reason, part quote The decision to discontinue service at Mercy Hospital was not an easy one. But patients on the South side have unmet needs within the current system and quote it worked. Devastating. It was because I'm never There are no wages. Teamsters Local 7 43 represents nearly 300 workers at mercy you have in there half of their life. Working in the service transportation. And Vienna. And some of them, but that is the only job that they have ever had has happened here has been decades in the making. Officials with the hospital blamed the financial hardships on many things, including population decline in the area. A decrease in hospital reimbursement and updated facilities to the north and west. The hospital is no

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Russian 'actors' tried to interfere with Britain's general election, U.K. government says

The Briefing

00:17 sec | 8 months ago

Russian 'actors' tried to interfere with Britain's general election, U.K. government says

"Russian actors of Being Accused of trying to influence the general election in December last year it's alleged amplified the leaked US trade deal documents touted by Jeremy Corbyn during the campaign for Secretary Dominic Robb says it's almost certain. Russians tried to meddle in the twenty nine hundred

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Love Plus Gratitude

The Daily Meditation Podcast

05:21 min | 9 months ago

Love Plus Gratitude

"I'm Mary Medically and I honor you for bean. Right where you are as you get ready to settle yourself down to meditate. How are you doing? How is your challenge coming along this week? We explore the CHAKA's year meeting a different Chakra each day this week so far you have become grounded with your first Chakra. You have learned to go a little more with the flow of life with your second Chakra. In yesterday's episode, you explored the Fire and passion of your Third Chakra. To Day. You will explore your Fourth Chuck Robb. If you were to ask someone who explores their chocolate is often. which is the most powerful Chakra? They would likely tell you. It is the fourth Chakra. And I would have to agree. It's not as though one chock ride is necessarily stronger or more powerful than another chalk round. The chagas embody the emotional. Aspects of who you are. And so when you consider your emotions. The various emotions you experience from moment to moment from day to day throughout your, life. You experience joy and peace, sorrow anger love gratitude. All these emotions are powerful. But perhaps the most powerful emotions. Are Love. And Hatred. and. They happen to share the same. Robb. You're fourth. Chuck right at your heart. Love is the positive pole of your Fourth Chakra. He trade. Is Right there on the negative pole of your Fourth Chakra. These are both powerful emotions that come from your heart. When you think of someone who his lovey. You say they have a kind heart. When you think of someone who is evil. You would say they have no heart. Your first three chock rows represent unique aspects about you. They are more all about you. And they're more ego paste. Such as What you're passionate about what you want. What opportunities you're looking for what would make your life better? Make you feel more grounded. While when you come up to your heart. The heart is the center. This is where there's a shift in your CHAKA's. It becomes. Less about. Hugh and more about and interconnection. Of how you share yourself with a world, love, gratitude and compassion, the positive qualities of your phone Chock Gra. have to do with how interconnected you are with the world around you. and. Hatred. Resentment the emotions on the negative pole of your Fourth Chakra also. Have to do with others and the world around. You could think about the negative impossible goals of each of your Chalk Ras. has magnetism a magnet either a tracks or it repels? You want to position yourself in the best light in order to attract those positive qualities. So one of the best ways to. Attain a higher consciousness. Which embodies the positive qualities of your fourth Chaka, love, gratitude and compassion. The best ways to attain these higher qualities are through meditation. And prior. So here you are positioning yourself to receive. The quality of love. And gratitude and compassion. So, as you settle yourself. And get ready to meditate today. Making sure as That your body is nice and comfortable so that your mind can relax

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Triton Digital: O Assunto is nmero um in Latin America

podnews

02:27 min | 9 months ago

Triton Digital: O Assunto is nmero um in Latin America

"By the way you can enjoy the unveiling of the Infinite Style Twenty Twenty Canada, in a free Webinar which include podcast consumption figures. Figures for the country. Yes, or no, we mentioned that yesterday. This actually true today. The podcast festival is put videos of recent feature of podcasting event on their website for anyone to watch be careful. It includes me, but it also includes Jason. Phipps from the BBC and Kara Swisher among others solstice media, a media publisher in Australia has launched Solstice, podcasting a new national podcasting and audio production agency companies joined. Joined forces with Nikola Hack, a broadcaster and podcast Omni Studio have best practice for dynamic content in podcasts what it is and how people are using it. Bill Rosenblatts has profiled the European podcast markets and Mel Harris, says that Brandon podcasts at definitely a thing, oh, and here's a great quote from Robb Walsh from Lipson talking on the fees. Listen you this realistically and I think we've said this on the. The show of times in the past, if you took all the ad revenue in the podcast space and gave Apple, thirty percent or twenty percent, cut or fifteen percent, it doesn't matter for Apple. It's a rounding error of a rounding error on what their revenue, so I mean a billion dollars in revenue in the space and apple to thirty percent of that. It's still nothing for them as a business.

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"robb" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

04:06 min | 11 months ago

"robb" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Robb great to have you with us Sir hello I don't rush is an honor to be on your show it it's great to have you back thank you very much great to be back to so I don't want certainly mad at me I will get right to the point what matters certainly got manta you're never going to run in this never leave your pride never gonna get through again so why would it matter certainly got mad at you yeah I just like to keep everyone happy okay but you don't worry whether I get mad at you have certainly so I was calling about the coronavirus commission that Nancy Pelosi is talking about putting together and I read it earlier today on fox rush I was more annoyed reading that and I think I was that Russia collusion impeachment and all the other partisan garbage that you tried to do now even though this has been hurt trump it's frustrating that it hasn't completely backfired on them I mean this stuff should just tear them down it's why is that ever true all man is that ever right the fact that hasn't yet cost them anything let me tell you why she's really doing this by the way I mean that you clearly they would love nothing more than to be able to impeach trump thrilled about but the reason they're really doing the the immediate reason is so that they can have a briefing every day to combat trump's that's what they're setting up do you think this could be the thing well rush do you think this could be the one thing at the end of the day that's just completely turned the American people off Koster speakership cost them seats I mean there's got to be appointed I have to tell you something well I don't know why the American people having ditched him yet yeah they haven't been right about anything they've been like they've been lying to people about trump Russia collusion Ukraine Avenatti stormy Daniels Michael Cohen what ever they have dreamed up in bed and the FBI to wiring with the FISA applications it's now being is not being reported that was even worse than what what we all know what but it's now finally be reported how bad it was call me McCabe struck struck smirk I don't know how anybody has any faith in many ways sure Adam Schiff is obviously one of those disks honest Schwab's it's been running around running shows on this and it's it's what I've been doing the program thirty one years and I have been frustrated that people haven't seen the truth about Democrats even in that time so what we're just gonna keep hammering them but you get this illustrates the power of the mainstream media they're propping them up man their profit about but I continue to beat up on trump in there look at the way they're eagerly reporting a loss of seven hundred thousand jobs for crying out loud and look how that Dylan plays into the Democrat agenda imagine being a political party benefiting from all this this is what has to happen for your party to benefit I wouldn't want to create a party like that now and it had to somehow they just they just seem to get away with it over and over I mean yeah it's it's good that it hasn't hurt him but there's really no consequence but it has turned a billing it has it has it has really it's it's it's slowed down the agenda gets distracted him yeah you know the the presidential approval number is a key number they've kept that number in the low to mid forties if trump's approval number would have been in the mid fifties like Clinton's wires are like Obama's was Katie bar the door that that trump has been able to overcome don't misunderstand but they have delayed they have slowed down a number of things that trump wanted including accordingly the reforming of viable bomb a care in the wiping it out and rebuilding it healthcare system and so forth and many many other things like that look L. bars guide during this investigation is going on out there but everything suspended now because of this because of the corona virus but I remain convinced that that investigation was gonna prove fruitful and never going to be details forthcoming good morning once again it is Katie green here taking a look at your KSFO roadways.

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Trump briefs the nation on how his administration is tackling the threat of a coronavirus outbreak in the U.S. but health care workers don't feel prepared

All Things Considered

03:17 min | 1 year ago

Trump briefs the nation on how his administration is tackling the threat of a coronavirus outbreak in the U.S. but health care workers don't feel prepared

"Tonight president trump briefed the nation on how his administration is tackling the threat of a corona virus outbreak with screening people we have been at a very high level screening people coming into the country from infected areas we have been quarantined those infected and those at risk now the centers for disease control and prevention says there are now sixty cases of the corona virus in the U. S. and the US healthcare system is bracing for more but some health care workers here say they don't feel prepared NPR's Yuki Noguchi reports so far coronavirus cases in this country have been isolated but this week the center for disease control warned communities to prepare for an outbreak that worries marine Dugan she's a veteran nurse at the university of California San Francisco Medical Center this month to corona virus patients were transferred there UCSF is one of the premier hospitals in the country but do can says her frustrations are mounting because she says her employer offered little notice or training to those caring for the infected patients you want to do that we work extremely hard to do the best for our patients so don't so the thought the sale was not only nurses if all the other staff it's a nursing assistant it's transport every staff member is worried coronavirus has yet to sink in American health care workers as it has in China the deaths of hospital workers there have heightened scrutiny of the US healthcare system's ability to protect people on the front line do then says the medical community it wasn't fully prepared for previous viruses like sars and Ebola and she's concerned lessons learned are not being applied today for example the medical where provided she says leave their necks exposed to guarantee or providing are in adequate I'm sorry I get very passionate about this because we work so hard to make sure that our our nurses were protected and therefore they can protect the public in a response UCSF said it's taken multiple extensive safety precautions including isolating sick patients and training for proper use of safety gear it said it brief workers treating the patients but the hospital does not as a matter of course inform general staff of incoming infection cases thus far hospitals in the U. S. have been able to plan for incoming patients that's very different from an outbreak we're sick people come in off the street that is far more dangerous for health care workers and the public they treat mark Robb is chief of infectious disease at the university of Nebraska it's the arm recognize case that comes through your hospital system or your clinics that really pose the greatest risk what sauce that'll is considered a model for managing infections it's pioneering Medical Center is one of the few with experience treating a bola it has an isolation chamber that filters pathogens it practices dry runs making sure respiration masks that workers most critically he says it screens patients at the hospital entrance right at the front door we sequester people away from the rest of the traffic that's one of the biggest hazards he says a coughing patient can quickly infect medical staff and other patients waiting in emergency rooms and doctors offices

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"robb" Discussed on EconTalk

EconTalk

12:32 min | 1 year ago

"robb" Discussed on EconTalk

"Care altruism where the wellbeing of something else enters into our own utility are all squarely purposeful. But I think there's more to it than that sometimes. We'll make an altruistic gesture that isn't the best one just because someone is in front of us. It's Where human being An example that I still puzzle over Is You know in the subway happened to me. Just the other day Just the other day I someone was holding a door in a crowded train for a stranger and figuring you save maybe at most five minutes for one stranger. You cost ten seconds. Three hundred people a dead weight loss of forty five minutes so if you're trying to benefit society in some coherent way you'll just let the door slam shot. Assuming you don't know the person so why I used to think that person was confused. Couldn't make the calculation not as smart as you are. They don't realize they haven't gone to University of Chicago. And they just their mind is just a big mush and they should be rational but didn't one instance. They're not and or time. I've come to believe that I personally don't would make the calculation by the way I'd the door slam shot because I don't want to cause all other people to wait but you're aware of it in a way that this other person. Mahad how do I know but but you know the one person the single concrete individual who standing in front of them. Who's going to be left to wait for the next train? Maybe can't be compared in some large. If they're not out to be a is not an exercise in maximizing social welfare but the person is thinking of something else and there's one one random person they want to They want to help out and they're willing to let other people bear the cost. I feel I can respect that It's a human gesture. One that I've also talked about that. I think is easy. People transformative for me to have this insight is in the the The parable of the Good Samaritan Gay walking down the road from on his way to Jerusalem actually not clear where he came from not necessarily from Samaria on research but he we know where he's he's headed and he sees a man beaten on the road. Okay goes and stops to see if he's alive or dad gets him on his feet to completely normal. This guy has social norms that he follows and it's what many people would do but then he decides to take him to the end the innkeeper to look after him gives him advice. There's only special about this one guy. Why lavish all this attention on. Just one random map. There's no evidence that he's got special qualities and be. Maybe he's thinking he can tell the story later. Vp throughout the ages. But he's famous also for not for Intel. Now he's famous for not optimizing suspense Your help the next person who's beaten rather than than this extravagant gesture towards us. One person is he caught up in a cognitive bias. Salience biased the one person who's in front of him them and if I don't think that's the case because if you explain to him that he could do a better job by helping three people instead of this to people who were badly need instead of this one that he could actually do more good. He doesn't care. That's not the calculation. He's making he's helped. There's this one person the single individual that is at hand and that's what he's doing now and I guess there's no argument that he can make needs to make in order to be able to do this person standing outside the subway or the bus sort of it is waiting to get on and you hold the door for an extra two lang. The other people I think there's a A high Iraqi and knowledge issue there that is easily neglected. Which is you? Don't see the face of that person who's waiting outside. If you saw the face of the person you saw the desperation you might realize that that making this train actually is enormously important. You might Correctly discount the extra twenty seconds for those people and suggests that doesn't really add up to the five minutes. Lost those people. There's a non comparability there that you've that you hinted at and I think the point there which I think is important is that is that you know this Utilitarian Calculus that somehow first of all certainly. No one in the moment does that. You're suggesting if you did later reflect on you might realize well. Maybe that was the best thing I could do. But my view is that it's hard to do the right thing. And if you culture rate yourself to responding to Desperation whether it's a person lying in the street or persuading for the for the The subway you're going to be better being the kind of him being you want to be. I don't it's not just oh I wanna be the one who maximizes fill in the blank. It's that I know I am prone to undervaluing that the well being of others and so I'm going to allow myself rationally to irrationally overweight. The look on that person's face and I'm going to feel good about it. I mean I don't like to use the term waiting waiting in terms of over waiting not W. H. D- Because it's just for. I just did a great they did. It never downside. Why can't the kiss say why? But they can just say that they did it. And that's the end of the discussion and like I can stop there and I had this moment. I I said to wrote it up on twitter and I think I said to you before we did the interview where coming out of an elevator at a parking garage where I'm reeling the equipment for my interview downtown to do an interview like this and a woman holds the door for me. It's a prickly heavy door. I was thinking and she ran out. There were two of us alone on the elevator. She ran out and I thought Oh. She's in a hurry but then I wonder if she got positive. Hold the door for me and she did. And I rolled out all my junk and I thought that was that was kind and she missed the next train or at least when I got to the platform three minutes behind. She ran after that one held the door for me. She took off in higher hills than I was wearing did. Her best hustled to the platform did not catch a train and I went up to her and I said it was really nice. Udal DOOR FOR ME. And she looked at me like Yeah and I said you're in a hurry. She said Yeah and I said you probably didn't WanNa hold the door. And she looked at me and said well. I always hold the door. That's rule and it's a good rule. It's doesn't always better. Perhaps but that's a rule. I don't think you talked about the. Did you talk about mercy? She's you'll mercy is through the for itself is the I define Morsi as holding. Open the door good Samaritan. It's an act. That's not that that it's a Fort Self Act. It isn't the best each by its nature. Mercy can't come out of a formula just has to happen and I see that as essentially for itself and the fifth kind of in my taxonomy of altruism which I think is also for itself I call Love Altruism which is just bigger than any other they would apply to a very grand gestures. Maybe maybe you could argue to subsume mercy but I think it needs a place for itself. Example would be a a woman sees her husband is drowning in the river floss. For example. Does he calculate what's the president about? Does the woman is the new saving. Her husband calculate. What's the present value services benefits that I expected derived from my husband multiplied by the chance that I'm going to save him adjusted for the fact that he might save himself without my intervention? And then from that deduct the probability that I'm going to dry drown multiplied by the value that I attribute to my own life calculation that strikes us as absurd is. It's all subordinate to the fact that this is her husband who she loves and anything that we would try to add to the analysis would be the philosopher. Bernard Williams called one thought too many so we can just stop there she is. She loves her husband. She jumps into Siphon Gary Becker would not be satisfied with that but but I think I've occasionally said not often but occasionally said Bekker's relentless squeezing of those kind of actions into the calculus of utility maximization is. He does it in an incredibly artful way. Most people struggle to do that as well. And You you right I thought very provocatively view have come to troubles me but have come to believe that you say studying you decide. It's not quite yet but you're talking about like study economics. You say the customs you to a quote mechanistic understanding of life and I think that's true And I've come to believe so nice note to end I. I've come to believe that that's a mistake. Not just analytic. I think it's definitely now lineker stake. I think most a lot of behavior although can be occasionally predicted by that mechanistic understanding is not actually understanding. What their people are actually doing. They're not making those calculations that the as if hypothesis of Reedmen is not even is is is a mistake but worse than that that it actually degrades you a little bit and takes away from what is our fundamental humanity and tries to turn us into something more robotic look. I don't want to become a heretic year because I know how powerful rational choices. I do think that we ought to be careful. In teaching it particularly to high school students earn or wherever we teach it. Because you the extreme case would be Bentham Philosophic Calculus The extreme case of utilitarianism where you're born into a straitjacket. Up a certain number of pleasures and pains in your job in life is to maximize the duration of and then magnitude of ten city of the pleasures minus minus the pants. And you don't even get to shape your own preferences and so you know you're the minimum number modern humanity in that and I don't know why people there's statue Bentham than London. I don't know what it's doing that because I think it's just a a miserable way to to to think of your of your own actions in your own behavior but Accepting life is twofold that there are two realms to keep the end into realize that that there's more to it than just as rational without turning our back on it I find it to be An to be Helpful for me to keep some to try. Keep measure of humanity while still using rational choice in my daily life. I guess that has been Richard Rob. His book.

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"robb" Discussed on EconTalk

EconTalk

12:13 min | 1 year ago

"robb" Discussed on EconTalk

"Today's January. Eighth Twenty Twenty and my guest is a columnist author and investor. Richard Rob he is. Ceo of Christofferson ROBB and company in New York and London based Fund Management Company that invests in risk-sharing transactions with European banks his also professor of professional practice at Columbia School International and Public Affairs and holds a PhD in economics. As do I from the University of Chicago? He's the author of willful. How we choose what to do. Which is the topic of today's conversation Richard? Welcome to contact great to be here us How did we choose what to do? Your book is a really beautiful fascinating. Deep dive. Into what motivates us. What explains our behavior and you contrast what you call purposeful behavior with behavior that's four itself Talk about that distinction Purposeful behavior is encompassed. Compasses what we learned Back University of Chicago. We believed in what we both believed to varying degrees still to this day and purposeful choice to As I define it are the types of choices we make when we can compare one thing to another decide which we like more we know enough about the world maybe not have perfect certainty but we know enough to know which options we we would rank higher than the others. We have resources at our disposal and then we seek to choose what's best we act with the purpose in that sense. So life is a big Project to try to satisfy our desires as best. I can the best we can with the information and resources at hand I divide purposeful choice into into two Two pieces one is old good old fashioned rational choice where we basically do the best. We can with what we've got and the other is behavioral economics where we fall victim to some sort of cognitive bias and systematically choose in ways that fell to gratify us and fell to satisfy desires the So I I picked those two to put those two together in in one one branch were rational choice In both cases we act in a We have desires. We a bit robotic and in the case of behavioral bias. Robots are just really program. And maybe we. Maybe we can learn about it. That behavioral economists will tell us you know not to overvalue things. We already own not to be overconfident in our information because that will that won't get us what we want. Which is more everything can be compared to everything in the purposeful choice? Rom You can always trade this for that at some rate of exchange so if you fall victim to a bias. You're not you're not getting what's best and you if you can. You should change your wife's the I don't I believe maybe not as strong as I used to believe. But that's a powerful way to understand human behavior In markets and individuals. But I don't think it's the whole story. Sometimes we act just because that it's not because it's better than this or that it's not. We're not behaving irrationally. We're not making a mistake but neither can we say this is. This is best. It's a I'm argue in the book that life is twofold. Sometimes it's purposeful. Sometimes it's worth solve. And sometimes actions are self justifying so the self justifying category now listeners are familiar with some examples. I've used in the past and maybe you and I have talked about him off off the air in this program for this program but use the example of the dance floor. Where yes you could understand my behavior on a dance floor with a dance partner as I'm going to show off and I went to maximize how good I look on the dance floor and I would argue. That's not what most people actually do. There might have an impulse to do that but often we act with what Adam Smith called propriety prudence with the norms of our society. Which is when you're on the dance floor. The thing you really trying to do is be enhanced how your partner looks or you might be trying to make sure you don't bump into other people just set of norms and rules and when you're out there you're not thinking how could I look even better. You're just focused on doing what we might call the right thing the satisfying thing the thing. You think you're supposed to do the proper thing but you're also so that's that's in your your idea but there's more to it than that. You know dances a good metaphor for the fort. Solve Romo behavior where we lost at moments. You're lost in the dance I'm not a professional dancer. I gather you're you're you're not either and So at at at at the moment when I can occasional moment where I can be lost in dancing with my wife. There's IT'S NOT. It's not the it's not this much better than that. That other DADS can. I'm not trying to stop dancing so I could get some other thing that might that might be better and the model says you should stop just within the next second of dancing. Is it as good as the next? Is the first second or something else. That's the way it Donna Mr trained exactly and I put you're not in a state where you you reevaluate time doesn't stop and then decide what's going to be best and then well should. I keep dancing okay. Well I'm already doing it. I'm already on. The floor is giving a lot so I'll keep doing it another moment and then we'll start time back up again and I'll do it for another little button and who knows. Maybe I'll stay here for a long time because it's the it's the best marginal use of my time. I in so for certain for certain. Sphere of our behaviors. Sport or dance is a better analogy. I use sport. I contrast economists to Homo Ludens which is a an anthropologist for the sporting the sporting human at play and But I I could have used dancing just as easily. I like your example I could Tulsa for for the listeners of the plan of pickup football game a touch football game and in many ways. You're not acting like an economist. Why NOT ECONOMISTS. Think it's a true story is all the stories of the the the I was walking through Central Park on my way home. People were played football. American football for your international dealers and I joined the game and dirt during the game. I really wanted to to win and The I was never going to see these people a gap. There is no prize for winning at still caught up is used that example book because as a pure example playing a game where there's no status because I'll never see again The Monetary Sto Monetary. There's there there is a price. There is a price for everything I mean. I imagine if some if somebody came some sort of strange Top had benefactor wandered wandered up and offered me a million dollars to stop playing. I'll take the million dollars. I would take a lot less so I'm not completely lost in the moment but for all practical purposes I am because people like that don't exist in the real world so the fact that some thought experiment could disrupt me from my sport play. I don't think overturns the observation that much of everyday life. Sporting is a better analogy to optimizing particularly when it comes to hallway. Allocate ourselves through time just a- a great point and the obviously economists could wax poetic about how much money it might take to get you to quit and etcetera but I think the I think it's fascinating to made that particular example because I'm a sports fan. I'm thinking about Tom Brady this year. Who's forty two? And he ended the season with a pick six which is a bad outcome for non football fans and he He's got an a lot of money and he can make a lot of money outside of football and football's really dangerous. You can hurt yourself really badly. He has once He. I'm hurts every week but once ripped up his knee and was out for a year and You could argue. It's irrational that he wants to keep playing and you could subtly say well. It's it's not for the money it's for the it's for the the Russian the thrill of a he missed. He'll miss that. And so it. It is still optimizing and rational but I don't think that's capturing fully what's going on as as you point out no and I think when this dawned on me in my own life. I realized I'll talk to Tom six five. Okay Yeah we could. There's no camera here. the When I I told the story in the book When I worked for Japanese Bank for for a decade I love the bank. I love working there and then it merged with two other Japanese banks and I had to leave and there was no. There's no place for me in the merged back so the I was still more caught up in the Chicago school at that time although I was starting to wander around the edges about a lot of things we've been Trenton had been taught and I believe in still do the so when the bank came to an end I was unemployed so I tho cal. I've been working as a banker for awhile. I don't have to get another job right away and I'll enjoy leisure. Is that those are the inputs into the utility luxury goods and leisure consumption and leisure into the household. And I'll be able to talk. We were taught young and maximize trading off leisure versus. Where going work eat for the goods. And do you ever constraint of income so I have. I have goods and I have leisure slow. This should be should be ecstasy and it wasn't In the book that You know I would get up in the morning. Make breakfast for make breakfast for my children. Send them off to school. Go run around the reservoir in Manhattan. Read The New York Times now. It's nine o'clock. It's a perfect day. So far what's the what what what happens? Next is the day stretches out now. What so maybe I lacked imagination. Maybe I should have filled this full of all sorts of in creative activities but there weren't enough I was in the weekdays start blending in with the weekends. And then you're out of the game when you talk to other people and I was forty years old at the time and I just I was going nuts and when so I that lasted for about six months and then I went to teach at Columbia and it turned into full time job and started up the fund with partners. And that's fulltime job. They're both still full-time jobs. I'm much happier having two jobs the when I had not. You're really lucky because if it had happened recently just spent all day watching Youtube and you'd have been satisfied with that. Perhaps in the world would have missed out on your teaching and your investing but To take to take the point more seriously.

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EU pressures Iran to save Nuclear deal

THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

02:12 min | 1 year ago

EU pressures Iran to save Nuclear deal

"France and Germany ratcheted up pressure on Iran to stop violating its landmark nuclear deal in a last ditch attempt to resolve their differences through talks while also starting a process that could bring back punishing UN sanctions on Tehran. The three European Union countries being pressed on one side by President Donald Trump to abandon the agreement like he did unilaterally in two thousand eighteen and on the other side from Iran to provide had enough economic incentives for them to roll back their violations now. The Europeans have reluctantly triggered the accords dispute mechanism to force Iran into discussions. Starting the clock on a process that could result in the snapback UN and EU sanctions on Iran the three nations specifically avoided threatening the sanctions while emphasizing hopes for a negotiated resolution. They held off on their announcement until tensions between the US and Iran. Oh had come down. So they're intent would not be misinterpreted the accord which Iran signed with the US Britain Germany France China and Russia. In two thousand fifteen has been unraveling since donald trump pulled Washington out in two thousand eighteen and reinstated sanctions designed to cripple the Islamic republic. Lick under what the US cold a maximum pressure campaign. The Europeans felt compelled to act despite objections from Russia and China because every violation of the deal reduces the so-called breakout time Iran needs to produce a nuclear bomb Britain's foreign secretary Dominic Robb told the UK parliament throughout Iran has announced the violations publicly and continued to allow inspectors from the International Atomic Energy Agency into its facilities his following the US drone strike that kills revolution regards General Qassam Soleimani Iran announced. What it said was its fifth and final step in violating the deal saying it would no longer abide by any limitation to its enrichment activities that left the Europeans with no choice between vote? The Dispute Mechanism Rob told parliament.

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Boris Johnson’s Balancing Act With Trump and Europe on Iran

Monocle 24: The Globalist

02:30 min | 1 year ago

Boris Johnson’s Balancing Act With Trump and Europe on Iran

"Been obviously talking about the situation. between America and Iran. And also what implications that has for Britain and for the year and of course. That's all over the papers Particularly here in Britain today. Now you've been caught by the is saying on this. No that's right so this sense of word is the U. K.. Turn right now particularly after the general election in the UK. Boris Johnson inclined towards trying to do a trade deal with Donald Trump yet at at the same time also caught by the. UK's long established position which was to kind of really support bought. The Obama Approach towards Relations with Iran trying deescalate the military the and particularly the nuclear attention. We remember back to that Obama deal. That was the idea that if the If the Iranians sign Lindop to Effectively shutting down their nuclear program Then trade would start to open up again now. You know as you'd be debating baiting earlier Clearly that has been alterly- torn apart by the assassination of the end of last week and the story in the auto talks about the first big diplomatic exchange from the UK Foreign Secretary Dominic Robb and his Iranian counterpart counterpart since last week's events and really is just pointing to this this tightrope that Boris Johnson is walking between supporting and continuing to support for the U. position which supported the nuclear deal Versus kind of weird trump has been moving and I mean it has huge implications for future trade doesn't it huge implications for future trade and there's potentially choice coming for the UK as to whether or not it wants to to back. Its MC oldest longest standing ally in the the shape of the United States or whether or not. It's actually going to continue with a much much multilateral approach and you're right now that's quite difficult to

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Sunshine State Considers Banning Sunscreen Bans

Dana Loesch

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

Sunshine State Considers Banning Sunscreen Bans

"We told you last month about a proposal banning to popular chemicals in sunscreen will now the state Senate is working on a bill that would undo any such local regulations these chemicals really do affect our environment that's Orlando congressman Linda Stewart who recently filed a bill to prohibit the sale of some screens containing oxy Ben's own and often not safe but this new bill introduced by north Florida senator Robb Bradley would stop this kind of role Bradley argues he's worried people would stop using sunscreen altogether and that's on screen without those chemicals don't work as well I don't know really know where senator Adlai had received this information source says she's waiting on results from the FDA to see if oxy Ben's own is also harmful to

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"robb" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood

First Class Fatherhood

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"robb" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood

"The number one thing and you make breathing in accordance for supporting their best interests and if you don't you shouldn't have signed up for parenting very well said love message this has been an honor for me and I say Rob Walker I last bother all the way and thank you so much for a few minutes time on First-class Fatherhood huge honor thank you Eddie I opened no.

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"robb" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood

First Class Fatherhood

12:45 min | 1 year ago

"robb" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood

"I'm curious to ask you there's rob because I I wonder how much of this stuff is actually mindset like whereas have you seen any results where like like the food eating healthy actually be a placebo whereas people have believed because they are eating healthy they start to lose the weight or get healthier and the people that don't believe in it I don't see the results have you ever seen anything on that not not really I mean it's a people need to find why if they are going to make behavior change the wife for me ended up doing diabetic wound care on my father as he lost a toe and imparted this foot then all of his in all of his leg below his knee night committed to myself but there was no way on God's green earth fit my kids were ever going to be shackled with doing diabetic wound care on me and and I I am by Hook or by Crook going to live as long and healthy as I can and then when it looks like that scene isn't going to work anymore I'm going to go on a quote hunting trip and I'm GonNa Wander out in the woods and get naked in the cold and that's going to be you know I'm not going to be on my family and my that's that's my baggage Geico but I am not going to be a burden on my kids my family or my society a going outwards and so the and I know that kind of deviate a little bit from this kind of core deal but if dietary change is hard it is generally hard but it can happen it's a drop of a hat Almost people have believed in Santa Claus at some point in their life and they believed with every fiber of their being and then one moment something changed no longer believed in Santa Claus and virtually everybody has that experience or something similar to it and with nutrition change in his a framework a belief system and usually we have these kind of senses of entitlement like will I deserve this food or you know whatever and if that's the framework you then you are going to be shackled into that and but literally the the amazing thing about that is if you change that perception your whole approach to eating and food can change and at the end of the day calories matter but the challenges that most of the messaging that we get out of the mainstream including our our medical gatekeepers they get really itchy about recommending that we cut out what they call whole food groups which is you know basically junk food these are not food groups this is the stuff that's killing us in like crippling our economy but they are so afraid of creating a quote disordered eater that they are advocating for way of beating that for the first time in history our kids are going on projection to live shorter lives than we will and in that in that has never happened in the history of modern civilization we have an unbroken two hundred year run in which the expectation was every generation was polar smarter and was going to live longer and now and this is some very easy stuff to dig up the research our kids are shorter they are dropping IQ and they are also on projection to live shorter lives so this is stuff that you you know again people will kind of hand wringing and Hem and haw around this stuff and I have some great strategies I've written a couple of books one of them's called wired to eat and I have all kinds of free material including podcast that people can tune into to get support and get ideas around this stuff but it really is something that folks need to dial into to understand that we're not doing selves are our kids or our society at large a favor by being a a a a main player in this kind of industrial jump food system yeah and I'm glad that there's guys like you on the forefront of this because you know definitely include Lincoln my in the description of this podcast episode for your for your books and for the podcast as well but it's alarming to hear what you're saying there and it's just like our society in general is just as fast food fast paced society now and even I mean talking about every time he watching football game about people celebrating and having a good time with the alcohol and it's really I think destroying so much of our society absolutely yeah you know what I guess a little bit on that Lake you started with this question and I I didn't do a good job of kind of fleshing out but we have consciously and purposely a not over scheduled our kids so I can't I'm the main cook in the House I cook about ninety eight percent of the meals but we have consciously The kid I forgot to mention the kids to piano once a week and then they practice daily and stuff like that but when you have consciously not over scheduled the kids because ah I don't think it's going to get them anywhere other than than problems orthopedic overuse issues lack of sleep just being Harry and frenetic and I know that parents are wanting to do the best for their kids but I think that most people are are super over scheduled themselves over schedule hold their kids and it's kind of more of keeping up with the Joneses type deal than it is being really conscious and intentional about what type of childhood you want your kids have what type of relationship and interaction you WanNa have with your kids and so I I wouldn't call them sacrifices but we've made choices that are not often climbs the easiest but we are absolutely committed to trying to do the best that we can for the kids under the circumstances that we have and and a big chunk of that is just simply not having them in eighteen different sports and and going crazy we only have two days a week that there is anything scheduled in the afternoon the kids are are going to yeah I think a lot of that becomes just kind of keeping up with the Joneses type of stuff where we put our kids and we follow the society the way that it's going with all the you know the different sports and all that it just seems like there has exploded too because when I was a kid we we played ball we weren't all these organized leagues with parents and graphs and coaches and everyone watching us we kind of had to make it all up on her own with the rules and settle the fights and make you know call all the penalties and stuff like that so our kids today kind of lose that aspect organized sports I feel absolutely yeah yeah that unstructured play is really powerful for kids learning social stuff and and being I'm what are we going to do and that boredom can also get kids in trouble they figure out squirrelly thing like I cannot believe some of the things that my girls present me like I you know I was talking about safety before and some of the structures they have built and things like that I'm just like Oh my God this is they're still lucky didn't get hurt but also they were super creative and and then I get intervene and say hey from a structural perspective we need to think about what you're doing here and and then we're able to weave in some of our our math and science and other learning elements but that unstructured playtime is where they seem to have the most fun and you know all the neuro cognitive research that one can read it suggests that that's critical time and most kids have none of it these days like they have no unstructured time throughout their days at this point yeah yeah I I agree and one of the reasons why was homeless people that I've known on the street that have been in the same place for over fifteen years and in that time they never eat healthy they don't exercise they don't go to the doctor and don't think none of that no wonder still they're like that's the kind of stuff that really blows my mind away yeah yeah and I mean the way our our whole medical system is set up there's no way to incentivize good behavior currently but there's this big risk assessment program that I'm I'm trying to put together I'm hopeful that we will have both a solution and a support network within that so that people that make a conscious decision to to live a healthier lifestyle not only will we be able to defy that with some really simple inexpensive testing but we're going to reward them for doing that because you know the the current model is to just kind of jam a bunch of people into an insurance trench and then hope that there's enough healthy people to unbalance the young healthy people but a recent Additional Budget Office predicts that by twenty twenty thirty twenty thirty five the US will be bankrupt due to diabetes related health care costs alone wow and so when I mean bankrupt like the people who actually get in and talk about this stuff it's like you know economic APPs Mad Max type stuff and so it's Kinda no joke and because I do have two kids I'm highly motivated both for myself and for their feature to try to get in and get out in front of this but at the end of the day all of this change starts with one person at a time one person one family makes a decision any type of a move towards you know a hunk of protein some fruits and veggies nuts and seeds as the cornerstone of of your family at least diet and then you kick your heels up a little bit here and there that is no big deal that is going to move the needle in such a profound direction you will look feeling perform better kids behavior issues if they're on a carbohydrate roller coaster where they go from high blood sugar too low blood sugar and you have an expectation of them behaving sugar event and because we're adults we can kind of keep our stuff together but kids don't have that that capacity yet and so if you want to set your kids up for you were things but we've made conscious decisions to have less of a car less of a house less of a whole variety of things so that we have more time to be able to change your life is no longer about you it's about your family and you need to have your ducks in order you need to deal with all of your the child stuff and that doesn't mean that you never do anything for yourself again like I do Brazilian Jujitsu and I'm very passionate about it I love doing spearfishing do things for me myself but whereas before you have kids you have the luxury of being kind of a selfish and self centered bastard and you no longer have that's right or privilege that's done when you signed onto the parenting role your children and your family are.

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"robb" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood

First Class Fatherhood

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"robb" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood

"Fifty seven the podcast I am happy as always to be with you stop ads yesterday we had the wolf of Wall Street today we have another wolf this time it is one of the world's leading nutrition experts rob both will be joining me here today for a transformation Tuesday and he has transformed the lives of hundreds of thousands of people he is a New York Times bestselling author of the Paleo solution and wired's eat raw wolf will be here with me and just a few minutes so please stick around for the interview and I think that nutrition eating healthy staying in shape is a struggle for many dads out there myself included one of the things that really shocked me last year when I started to you you social media was the amount of videos that people posted themselves working out I'm not sure how this is really helpful to anyone unless of course you know you're trying to learn a new exercise or a new style of working how but they seem to get a ton of hits and a lot of engagement so it goes to show what I know and right up there with that is people posting pictures of their food again I understand it of course if you own a rest ron trying to showcase a signature dish but just random picks of food is a bit mind boggling to me but what I'm getting at here is that I'm sure it doesn't help the people who are struggling to stay in shape to see these constant pictures filling up their social media feed with people with these rock-solid ads and working out all the time and as a father of four kids I understand how difficult it can be to get dinner on the table Every night for the whole family and make sure that everybody eats everything let alone make sure it's one hundred percent healthy and especially with places like Burger King who offers ten nuggets for a dollar it's tempting not that just peeling a native pinch hit that drive through an offender and walk away with fifty nuggets so I'm curious to see how rob wolf handles all this is a former biochemisty knows his stuff so let's get into it it don't forget them all on the show we have special operations sniper Nick Irving joining us and Thursday one of the greatest nfl players of All Time Hall of Famer Ronnie Lott and okay we got just a phenomenal frogman Friday former navy seal legend Hero Medal of honor recipient Michael Thornton will be joining me here all.

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"robb" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

04:53 min | 1 year ago

"robb" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

"Do you keep that straight. How do you keep that straight when you're overseeing four hundred horses. How do you do it twenty four seven. I believe it did you have you on the phone twenty of those twenty four yeah yeah. How many assists did you have comey assistance. Did you have helping you at that. Point my barn. I had two cents but we had like four or five other trainings working poor sausa- yeah jerry every rob here on trainer talk presented by phasing tipton <hes> it's been quite a ride for jerry started training horses as you heard him say in the nineteen seventies and has moved moved on to be closing in two thousand victories in that <hes> in that career jerry when you think back on all those winds we we mentioned a little bowl john but what are some of the other horses that will stand out to you. <hes> lightning was very nice source that i did well with. I had many yeah i think i've won probably honored twenty five hundred thirty maybe more i don't even know stay greater so there's been and most of them came to me as babies so developed all there's been plenty of our special. I probably the most town or ever had was always called crappy guy and philly caught pony principals. They were probably the two most talented i ever had but there's funny of them. That have special places yeah. Do you have pictures around your house of some of these great horses <hes> yeah. I just remarried two years ago. My wife was a trainer and the house is full of pitches. We have a trophy ronin. There's probably a couple of hundred trophies in it and she's got. I have hundred ninety nine. She has launched. Tell them that come look at our trophy though the kids are always often wonder about that that's great. There's got to be a lot of fun the show off when people come over yeah. That's very rewarding. What's the trophy that if you could have if you could save only one one if something happens you can walk out of there. Were just one of your trophies. What's the one that you're going to walk out with. I guess trophy watch maryland may on one little oh john whatnot classic but it's a toss up. There's there's three races that stand out. That's one album. The donn handicap was one and then the general george he won when everybody thought he was done. That was was probably the most rewarding a._c. Want yeah yeah. How old was he at that point. I don't even remember i know a very tough right so it was sources from all over the country and there i think it was six or seven millionaires in the race. I mean it was a very chop race and they counted him out. I think he will tend to wander that day. Don't know what you're was wash. It sounds like an i've had other trainers on this program over the years jerry and it sounds like when you can win with a horse like that that everybody else his disregarded encountered out. There's a sense of <hes> vindication. I guess maybe is the right word. Is that right. Oh absolutely literally that day especially i mean it was baffert lucas. We're all in the party bomb. I'm in they gave them all the seats up front. Put me in back. When you see the racetrack i mean i was like an after also eligible for supposedly in that and the one a and the same thing and i mean there's no pressure on you in that situation just like there was and then the don. I think it was fifty one when i want that so oh yeah those kind you don't feel the pressure to when you guys get your one to five feel the pressure yeah yeah so. What's it like for you when you go uh-huh into a big race like that you mentioned lucas and baffert and some of the big names that we've seen in the sport hall of famers and you walk into the paddock to saddle your horse. What's that moment like for you when you look around and see all those other guys. It's exciting to be competing down. I mean that's exciting adding to be competing at charlestown. One thinks he's gonna win too so.

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"robb" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

04:01 min | 1 year ago

"robb" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

"Don't think he ever ran a good race on them. All he's come out at shooting hidden felt that in this need to up when ronald yeah so. I guess that's why i stayed around ten years still running some yeah protected so but he won on turf dirt mud fast grows and they just didn't like that the fact the way thank them that term what was the day like when we talked to him going out on a winning note but what was the day like when you finally had to retire him in and say goodbye a relief because i everytime i ran him. I want him to go out sound and he did. I didn't wanting to hurt herself. I didn't want him to end screw that way yeah yeah so it was a relief because when they get that old and have so many old injuries when they had crack cannon unbound when he was a two year old he has two centuries in his back legs from kicking the wall there was always something minor with him but i just just wanting to leave their one piece of when you bring him back from an injury like that and he goes to the starting gate that first time back for you as somebody who spent so much time with him and as his trainer what what's that moment like are you. Are you nervous that something could go wrong again or you confident that we we got this right and i'm not worried about it. <hes> the canada when that healed up you're pretty confident because then things usually hill stronger than they were previously the suspensions are different situation. All it takes one bad step to tear them again so <hes> depend on what injury was coming back from. So were you holding your breath. The whole way around the track is watching him run in that comeback race <hes> no now. He'd never ran out confident. When i ran in that he was gonna behind yeah yeah interesting twenty-five career stakes victories for a very special horse who went by the name of little bold john i mentioned he was the all time leading maryland bred at one point benz cat came along in two thousand sixteen surpassed that mark <hes> reaching for ben's cat to pass them. I i was i'm events cat was <hes> same thing had i think he broke his held us. As a baby uh-huh running into his whole life i mean he was a war also get one every once in a while that wants to win and and don't on how to lose and they'll give you all the time they have yeah he certainly was he is very very special jerry about the the maryland program graham and and you know it's such a rich history there in maryland and we talk about that a lot when we come to preakness and when we go to maryland million every year but there's so much history there what's it like like being part of that and and you're part of that history what's that like it's an everyday challenge i mean so much has changed. I mean we there used to be a day not too long ago where you would only have two or three turf races day now. They're on five or six. They pretty much got change your whole table to adapting what they're done when you have six turf races a day that only three for the dirt so it's really tough to run your turn horses sources. How many horses palmyre yeah. How many horses do you have in training now right now. I have twenty eight. I'm trying okay. What's the most that you ever got up to. I had six a._m. Born when i trained for mike gill <hes> and i was overseeing four hundred so how do you keep that straight. How do you keep that straight when you're overseeing four hundred horses. How do you do it twenty four seven. I believe it did you have you on the phone twenty of those twenty four.

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"robb" Discussed on The RobCast

The RobCast

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"robb" Discussed on The RobCast

"Hello my friends and welcome to the robb cast this is episode one hundred and ninety nine i cannot say that with a straight face and here we are so let's make an episode shall we and this one is called you will see my hind parts you know what just pause your rob cast player device machinery right now and just say that to yourself or if somebody is nearby just say to them you will see my hind parts and then when they say to you what are you talking about say oh i'm just quoting from the bible that is the lamest setup that's like a third grade joke and it's actually true you will see my hind parts the name as episode is a line from the bible and obviously you can imagine when i was looking through the hebrew words of the verse at this comes from and realized that the word translates hind and that there are translations where instead of the word back it's the word hind so literally you will see my hind parts there are versions of the bible where that's the line and the thing that's great about it is it's a line that apparently god says so it's from the book of exodus and this is god and moses have been going back and forth remember these are stories that people told thousands of years ago to make sense of things so anytime somebody says well i don't have any use for that ancient you know all those primitive stories especially the kind where god gets anthropomorphized you know god has hands and feet and changes god's mind.

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"robb" Discussed on The RobCast

The RobCast

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"robb" Discussed on The RobCast

"Hello my friends and welcome to the robb cast i am in the kitchen with julie pyatt and ritual i said it right you said right okay so i thought i'm so glad you're here hello rob fantastic we're so happy to be here and this is still a real they have i was gonna say another cookbook but this book your first cookbook even call it a cookbook yeah we call it a cookbook it's a conflict spiratou lifestyle guide i think that was the league call it that cali base your first this first one the plant power way as you can see i cooked so much from it i made so many things from it and it became such a part of my life and i've made more of these recipes for people who've come over so the have you here in the kitchen is just slightly surreal says welcome it's unreal that you that use that that's the truth and i see like you've tabbed the book and everything and i remember the first came over here it was sitting on your kitchen counter and i was like come on rob that's a problem because i was coming over so it's it's huge for us that you've been such a fan of the book and it's an honor to be able to come and a follow up the sequel exactly and i think well you came to our house for thanksgiving maybe a year ago and it was so hilarious because you said you've been cooking in the book and then you were actually in the book like real life thanks giving in the book it was like life imitating art so anyway huge huge compliment us so.

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"robb" Discussed on SOFREP Radio

SOFREP Radio

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"robb" Discussed on SOFREP Radio

"Sabra dot com on time on target really enjoyed the episode with john robb really see the gist posted our global really's choose really appreciate him spreading the word i figure joyed coming on and said he'd be back yeah no that was a great great interview i'm on terrific information i loved his perspective es just comments about political trends and future trends what's going on in the world that like just not earned from other news sources or other analysts i mean he has a real unique perspective i think he puts his finger on what's going on much better than just about everybody else tell you the truth yeah i agree i like that we have really versatile guests on here it's not always soft guys although he is a soft guy we didn't get into all of that yeah but much this episode we're going to have day phillips on a new york times writer and focuses on veterans issues and excite at the year about this development of ecstasy being used as relief from ptsd and it's not just like a theory right reading this article there's been some studies done more studies are going to be done by the fda and other other groups and you know i mean it sounds crazy but is it really any more i it's probably less crazy than the amount of pills shoveling down these guys throats that are proven have a lot of negative side of yeah.

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"robb" Discussed on SOFREP Radio

SOFREP Radio

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"robb" Discussed on SOFREP Radio

"And once again at john robb on twitter which as you can tell from this interview is definitely someone you wanna follow on twitter also his book it's called a brave new war right yet i read it but it was a while back but it was definitely an eye opener mostly about insurgency people should go read that yeah and then then in my report is on patriots john rob or patron slash john reid yeah i saw that as well so you've a patriot and check that out check out the global guerrillas report and once again it's john robb with two bs so at john rob are obe on twitter and on patriot and yeah we really appreciate you coming on this has been a great upset oh my pleasure thanks guys thanks dr some point i should say i'd love to have you back on to talk about your air force days and special operations i think that could be a whole other episode oh yeah our audience is definitely interested in that stuff all right very cool all right thanks john all right take care guys my pleasure thanks again to john robb for coming on excellent on interview there we want really in depth and no we didn't get into any of his special operations background and i'm sure a lot of you would've liked to have heard that so i think that a part two is in order at some point and if you wanna hear that let us know at safra radio on twitter and then individually at an scotto at jack murphy or gr on twitter of course there's only one club out there with gear handpicked by special operations military veterans from several branches and that of course is crate club past items we've had in our premium crates have been a survival belt which included a stainless steel knife fire starter bottle opener an led flashlight great item in oboe thoughts have it also in a premium crate lita ballistic shield insert for your backpack made by cry precision crate club is really stepping up right now though as twenty eighteen progresses by putting out custom products that you're not going to.

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