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Djokovic Lets Emotions Show at US Open; No. 1 Barty Loses

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | Last month

Djokovic Lets Emotions Show at US Open; No. 1 Barty Loses

"Shelby Rogers has produced the biggest win of her career becoming the only American player to reach U. S. open women's fourth round this year with a stunning six two one six seven six win over world number one ash body she finally secured the upset seven points to five in the third set tie breaker in a battle that lasted more than two hours yes I am stunned by heart rate still very much elevated I'm very excited without when American successes in the menstrual as well with Raleigh okay okay and Jenson Brooksby both reaching the last sixteen the twenty year old Brooks bay the youngest American bile to decide since Andy Roddick in two thousand and two he next takes on world number one Novak Djokovic I'm grand like us

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How much does sexual compatibility matter? - burst 05

Sex with Dr. Jess

01:09 min | 5 months ago

How much does sexual compatibility matter? - burst 05

"Core roddick feeling is the emotion you need to experience in order to get in the mood for sex and you're elevated erotic feelings are the emotions that take sex to the next level because every human interaction is an emotional experience regardless of whether it's a one night stand or something really really long term there's always emotion involved there's emotion involved in shopping. There's emotion involved in marketing so it doesn't mean that you have a long term emotional attachment to someone but the experiences emotional so when i think about core roddick and if you have matching core roddick feelings it actually can be more of a problem in some cases so for example a very common core roddick fuelling meaning the feeling i need to get in the mood for sex is i need to feel want it. I need to feel desired. So i hear that a lot. Just wanna feel wanted. I want to feel like you want sex. You don't just or sorry no let me take every. Yeah i wanna feel like you want me. Not just you want sex and so if both of us share that feeling and we've run into that in some in some cases where i i just want you to make me feel wanted but you also want me to make you feel wanted was funny that you mentioned that because that's exactly what i'm what you're saying is when i'm thinking

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The Movement Behind "Period. End of Sentence."

Here's Something Good

02:01 min | 7 months ago

The Movement Behind "Period. End of Sentence."

"When soviet time was just nineteen. She did something remarkable person of any age. She won an oscar for executive producing the documentary period. End of sentence. The short film tackles what many consider an unmentionable topic menstruation and specifically period poverty. The film bills that far too many women and girls lack access to clean menstrual supplies and that affects their ability to get an education or earn a living. The film shows how one village india installed a machine that makes low cost biodegradable sanitary pads. Which women sell to other women at an affordable price. Sophie won the oscar in two thousand nineteen and helped ignite a movement that has gone global now in her junior year at yale she also co founded the pad project a nonprofit dedicated to ending period. Inequity she started it when she was just sixteen years old. We asked sophie about how the pad project is making a difference for women and girls. Here's what she had to say so fi. Thanks so much for joining us. And he's not avenida daycare. The sophie you and a few colleagues launched a nonprofit called the pad project. Can you tell us what that is and what it does. Yes so the pad project is a certified five. Oh one c. Three non profit and we are focused on roddick heating period already Which is basically a fundamental issue when people menstruate access to care products on his stomach level and why that is such problem Because most of the time young girls will lack access to period care products routinely And then they will behind in school because they'll stay home one or two days a week. They have their period and eventually also behind in school drop-out entirely And this often happens. In developing countries and this just continues to add to the gender gap in education and so really just learning about period poverty at all was a huge opener for us in high school

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The Sexual Fantasies Episode

The Joy of Text

09:36 min | 10 months ago

The Sexual Fantasies Episode

"In twenty fifteen sadly before my time But we as you like ten okay but basically we just wanted to take a fresh look. At the topic and address it again kind of looking at some facets that weren't really addressed in our first episode and just kind of continuing the conversation about what i think is just a really central topic right so i. I felt strongly about doing this. Because i feel like fantasies are really central to people lives especially on long-term sex lives. I feel like this comes up so often. They concern about fantasizing all for my religious patience and may not religious patients most couples who have been having sex for more than. Let's say two years or three years ago to hit this one way or the other either because they should be fantasizing. 'cause it makes sex more interesting and it allows their sex life to take all kinds of different directions. Also i feel like people have so much trouble with this so from novel. Just i get this idea like. Oh my god i feel guilty that somehow thinking about somebody besides my spouse and from my religious patients i hear oh my god is a major issues with the fact that i'm thinking about my spouse so i can start talking about the fact. Why don't think it's a problem from a moral and ethical perspective. But say something from the you know helen piece. I don't sure So there's a passage in the talmud in dr that says that the man is not allowed to drink from one cup while placing his eye while looking at another cup and obviously it means not allowed to have sex with his wife. while thinking about another woman You don't like the metaphor here from context context says both of them are his wives. So there you go. It's clear almost august. it's basically explicit. So that seems to say exactly that this type of scenario is a problem. But here's the big but it seems that if you actually look at it more closely and you look at what the commentators say I don't think that it relates to the type of fantasy that you're talking about. There's good evidence that at least for many commentators in means that a person is not supposed to be using their wife as standing for the woman they really wanna be having sex with. And i think you see that already. A little bit in the language of etain enough should not be placing his eye which really means like focusing on desiring. Different woman does not just mean sort of fantasizing but maybe helpful. So i i can quote some sources that make that point but maybe it'd be helpful by kevin for you to address that reality like why is it not cheating on your husband or on your wife to be thinking of someone else so i know i've probably made this point in other episodes but i think the most important thing for people to realize is that when you're thinking about somebody else you're thinking about a fictional person even if you're thinking about a real person it's a fictional person because that may be a real person that you have seen on television or have seen at you know you're at a workplace meeting or something so they're real a certain level but the fans you have about having sex with them does not include the fact that you come home every day to them. They don't do the dishes when they say they're going to do the dishes. They don't pick up their socks that they're dropping on the floor right. You have taken this element of this person. And you've distilled it down to the pieces of the person and the elements of the person that turn you on or that will turn you on and that is why. It's not really a real person that you're having sex with it's a fantasy of even if it is. That's why i laugh a little bit when somebody's like if i have a fantasy about a fictional character. Everybody you're having a fantasy about is a fictional character. Even if it's somebody that you kind of know socially again you have just turned them into this fantasy character for you to have sex with them. That's number one number. Two is also for sure before you are making the decision to have sex with this person who is in the room with you and so if you have a fantasy character in her head. It's because you're using that person you're using that person in order to have sex with this person right so who's getting used right. It's a fantasy character not the person you're actually having sex with at the moment and i think that becomes really really important lesson for people. I had this one patient once not that long ago. Who was just so good because it was so distilled where she. She started crying when we start talking about. I asked her if she thought about other people and she was having sex and she said she does but she feels terribly guilty about it. And i said well. Why do you feel guilty bench. Then i think my husband must also be thinking about other women and that makes me feel terrible. And i was like okay. It makes me feel terrible because you think you should only be thing beg you and you should be the only thing that ever turns him on and so she sort of nodding through her tears. I knew she had this. You know grown up daughter. I said your daughter. She's in a relationship. Now do you want for the rest of her life to only be thinking about one man and she sort of looked at me and she started laughing she was like not really and i said and her boyfriend you want if she gets married. You want her husband's only be thinking about her for the rest of his life. You should only be thinking about her as the only that turns him on. Is this young woman. And she's well. Oh my god. I think you'd be a sociopath. If that was the case and i was like yeah you think so. It was so much easier for her to see this with her daughter and her daughter's boyfriend we had these kind of crazy romanticised views. That as soon as you sort of put them under a microscope do not make any sense at all. So i think we like our little kind at ourselves and say like this is really unrealistic. Your erotic brain likes new things. It doesn't like repetition. Repetition is not erotic right road. Familiar tents erotic. So how do you bring the new win to your relationship and you wanna have a good sexual relation with this person for you. Know thirty years forty years of best and easiest way to do that is to use fantasy so like a big fantasies and i i really feel like people need to like lighten up on themselves a little bit now. I will say my only caveat if there is somebody that you know and you keep fantasizing about the same person again and again and again and you're not feeling good about your relationship that's already a different story and that's a problem but that's not what we're talking about. We're talking about most people who are thinking about a movie star or like an idea of somebody you know or a a baseball player. Whatever teacher so what if somebody you know. See someone at work. It's really turned on and come some. Let's say a man comes home and has sex with his wife and doesn't like once keep his eyes closed while he's having sex with his wife so he doesn't he could be thinking of this person and not his wife. He's still choosing to have sex with his white he's married and this other woman is married to like. Sometimes we're not making that choice. Actively those are the circumstances where stuck in our. Let's a funny way to put something like okay. Some saint you. If there's a problem in your relationship this seems like an ongoing problem has to be addressed. But let's let me refrain that like he sees this woman he gets really dot and he uses that in order to have great sex with his wife. That's amazing like what difference does it make. If he's you know if the vision he hasn't his is you know twenty minutes. Twenty seconds before orgasm is sort of blurring between this woman and his wife. It's great now. Those pleasurable feelings have now connected with his wife right if he's constantly fantasizing about this woman and he's having issues with stock which is what you said. This is where stuck with. is that language. Like i feel like that's where the change us abc and stop saying this is what you're stuck with. This is what you're you're using it roddick energy that you pick up from other parts of your life and you're bringing back into your marriage and i think that's much more sort of positive way to look at it. Is sarah looking horrified. I law. i'm. I'm just wondering if we brought in the conversation a little bit because right now it sounds like both of you are talking just about fantasizing about another person or like imagine character or whatever. I'm also wondering your thoughts about just fantasizing in general like maybe fantasizing like during the workday about having a new type of sex with your spouse or you know just kind of like having fantasies about sex like no not while you're having sex so i'm amazed that because why would that be a problem like in other words i feel like the only thing comes up in my mind is problem is the one fantasies are great every fantasy. All the time is great. The only one that people seem to have a lot of problems with our when involves thinking about some of the other than your partner. I don't know though. I mean i feel like there's during the course any kind of sex no but during the day if some of these getting turned on by somebody you know people probably feel guilty through right. I'm well also. I mean this might be coming from my own misinformation. But isn't there an idea of like here. Haram kind of just like negative idea of like fantasizing about sex maybe wall you're learning or like or maybe just in general a we're not supposed to being thoughts are looking for is in our hearts. The laughter here who right so the ramoche divided into two categories. One is to have really plan to do a sin like to plan to commit adultery like a very intentional. So that's put that aside the other one. Is you know men having sexual thoughts which can lead to seminal emission know to masturbation or actually sitting in a worse way. I was once teaching this text out. The problem about here haram in a married man. Whatever ran looking at a woman sexually and the student The guy was teaching it to any sets be. What does it matter where you get your appetite as long as you come home to eat. So which i thought was exactly what

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Nick Monroe on his passion for working the hardest

The Tennis.com Podcast

05:37 min | 1 year ago

Nick Monroe on his passion for working the hardest

"Hello everyone welcome to another episode of the tennis. Dot com podcast. I'm one of your hosts nina pantic. I'll be joined by irena falconi as usual. Our special guest is doubles. Pro nick monroe. He's currently ranked inside. The top hundred in doubles has been as high as number two hundred fifty three in singles and number thirty doubles. He recently reached the quarterfinals of the french. Open with tommy paul. And he's probably one of the most motivated guys on tour. The bodies having a passion for the game in our interview with him he shares what keeps him going and it's really really impressive. He tells us what's been the hardest part of twenty twenty. What cova testing is like all. The different tournament bubbles that he's been a part of why he's been teaming up with singles players so much lately including frances tiafoe at the upcoming australian open and he shed some insight into what it's like working with his father from a very young age and even now after twenty years on the atp tour and he also tells us why austin is such a good home base for him. He's become one of the newest faces on tennis john alive and doing some commentary. We ask him all about that experience. Let's get into our interview with nick. Monroe all right nick. Monroe welcome to the podcast. How you doing great. Thanks for having me tell us where you are you back home with where we're in the world are you. Yes i'm in austin texas right now. discuss back a few days ago from europe so i spent almost two months over there. playing the french open alone and antwerp so few events over there and and so yeah just happy back home but i feel like it's been awhile since i've been back home but but it feels good to be able to play tennis again but now back home and enjoying that side of it. Are you shutting it down for the year you done. Yes shutting down for the year. I think there's only a couple more tournaments left on the calendar. Atp wise in a few challenges but we Were having to go to australia. Kinda mid december like december fifteen. Sixty something like that suspended down for the year and then and then gear up for heading over there was for you the hardest part of the shutdown and where did you spend not period. What ours far. The shutdown was just not having any idea. When we're gonna play again you know and just kind of trying to figure out schedules and you know. Should i practice this week or next week or you know what kind of preseason should i have leading into whatever. The events might be But i spent my entire time in austin. Texas home base Might you're at my wife. My dad lives here. My brothers use a lotta a lotta time And yeah i mean it was actually. A joke is is a longest time that i've spent in austin in ten years. I've been here ten years the longest you know few months. I was here back to back. Which norma down for a few weeks a month or something but you know to be here for two and a half months was fun you know. I got to see a different side of austin. I got see the hot side of austin. I never really been here. Got it in the beginning of summer. He's it's hot here. You know people are like yeah. Living for ten years. I was like i never. I never knew the side of austin so this is new yaser. Yeah this is normal. Wasn't normal for me so he asked the great. It's been great. I mean you just have to kind of just roll with the punches and take the positive out of family's not a bad thing. Yeah no hanging with family was great and again it was just. It was more decided. Like oh wait when training. Or what do i start doing you know and just not having an something to work for but but then once we on a new term coming back in a certain date that yeah we get back it knowing you though you probably never stopped working out yeah. I didn't really stop working in the gym. I love that side of it. I love this kind of trying. Stay as fit as i can be. Try to be the best athlete that i can be. Which winston can help on a tennis court whenever you start actually hitting balls so it shows where creepy where a lot of players that we talked to your base in florida and california. Tell me why austen what drew there. You know what i moved here. Ten years ago there was a coach. Grant doyle who worked the same query and ryanair said Back in a day so coach grant who i knew from a long time ago. So he was he was here and so ten years ago. I wanted to work with him. my best friend from college jeff boyd weights on his way to carolina was living here. So kinda worked out. I was like all right. I'll work with gran. If my buddy jeff and i'll just kind of dry i was doing and and yeah so it really worked out fell in love with the city You know and brain actually left after few years by the city stayed here ever since so and the next thing you know. My brother moved here about four years ago. My dad was here a couple of years ago and my mom lives in dallas. So everyone's kind of close by that's really cool. So who do you ain't with now. So now i mean my dad. So my dad coach we from years old So yeah so. I'm i'm working with 'em and and then A lot of beauty players are close by in downtown austin so ut is just the two minute drive away. So i hit with a lot of the guys there in an initial local as with. But it's very. I mean it's great training base. I work with land sutin. Who worked with. Andy roddick on the Business side of things so career so lance my fitness trainer. He works major league. Baseball guys will have a good team here. in just yeah i mean i just really enjoyed austin very laid back and It's a great spot to be.

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What if when you took your hat off it was full of spiderwebs

What If World

05:33 min | 1 year ago

What if when you took your hat off it was full of spiderwebs

"Hey there folks in welcome back to what if world the show where your questions and ideas inspire off the cuff stories. I mr eric your host. And today we're starting off with question from patriot named izzy crashed and could hat fourth buydell. Wild that is truly something. I've never imagined and it makes me want to check my hats. But first we've got one more question from miriam. Hello my name is. Miriam and i six years old. My wife question is what if the dog had a bike in how wings and fluid all over. What if city by dan you so much miriam but before i get to that i gotta shout out for james happy. Belated birthday james and hello to your little sister lucy. Liu i've got a big bit boop to oran from riverside california. He likes minecraft and legos. Well not a shout from owen. Who seven from of michigan. And he likes to play super. Mario arrive. Got me al out. Far from san francisco. She's eight years old and she knows how to spell jfk f. correctly j. f. k. a. Aol we spell out the now. Joe joe burrow seed while my lash out is atlas. Age eight from bellevue washington. Either very special final shout out to a grown up boy named rin rennes daughter. Abby wanted to give a shoutout to her father who absolutely loves legos playing with his five children. wow rinse. sounds like one. Lucky dad indubitably. Now let's find out what if when you took your hat off. It was full of spider webs. And what fred. The dog had a bike and it had wings and he fluid all over. What if city fair release was enjoying a dinner at home with her partner. Sprite and their daughter pixie cotto tonight they were breaking the dinner rules a little bit by having the radio on so they could hear who won the what. If world presidential election below those hero parody on the radio. Now papa lose. Voice came out of a tiny speaker in a little old fashioned radio box or i'd after a lot of kids voted all over the world. Although wetter i'll add slide is odds they for dramatic effect. Not because i misplaced the envelope as that as a buck barker oak mexico. Let's just ten the radio off and enjoy our dinner. Martha it's ever so important. Who looks after. What if we're gonna have to agree with pixie. Gato find but we're shutting the radio off and enjoying odd in a moment. He announces the president. While it's bad at excited two hours of may search out by house looking for the envelope. That good tapes. They answer to that question. You all bad. Asking all the search for the oval lopa. I forgot what my question was. Who's going to be president of farrelly. Did he hear me through the radio. I did just hair you through the radio. It's your day but they all below okay but you clearly me that time to anyone else who baby shower. They got their radio right now. Yes i did just it. Faira lease god bore boats by far that eddy other candidate. But i didn't know. I was running for president. Just dead farrelly's didn't even know. She was roddick. Ver- president laura. He must be able to hear me right. It seems likely mother. Yes all right. Let's set up all ladies. Gentlemen people of all kinds off giant on a magical creature of horror as just burst. Its way into my studio and snow. These into war of the worlds type peak. Dc's actually happening gotha go. How dare yo break at studio. This is very clearly a tool shed. The owen porter biker afforded. A place ed's a studio by jabba. Said so what i said. You said that the wherever microphone adds up odds studio. I said that to get you out of the house. Well i'd had a nice rageh must've been some mistake with the presidential election. What did you hear the will say ads right here. No amount of paper wrinkling would make me believe that. The people voted against. I didn't vote against a lot of them voted for you. They have it. I have of dow. I just tried to soften the blow. You lost you lost big time.

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Interview with Mark Constantine of Lush Cosmetics

How I Built This

06:25 min | 1 year ago

Interview with Mark Constantine of Lush Cosmetics

"Back. In nineteen ninety-five I was studying in London my sister. Karen. Came to visit me that year. She'd been to London before. So on her visit, she was the guide we traveled through the market stalls Candan lock we picked up some indie records at rough trade and made a special trip to covent garden to visit a newly open shop. Called Lush I hadn't heard of it but my sister had instructions from all friends back in L. A.. Get me stuff from. Lush. Now at the time, it was one of two lush locations in the world, and this is before e commerce. So unless you went to the store, you couldn't get the products. Remember the overpowering smell of roses and lavender and honey and lemon I remember these long loaves of colorful soap laid out on tables where you could slice off a Chonkin pay for it. By weight there were bath bombs and shampoos and lotions. It looked like the produce department at a fancy grocery store. You didn't see a whole lot of plastic packaging and in front of each product, you'd find a bright colorful chalkboard with a description. It was unlike any beauty product store I had ever seen. And it probably explains why then There was a line to get in. Lush was part of a new wave of beauty companies that came onto the scene around that time. Many of them influenced by the body shock and it's iconic founder Anita Roddick who as you will hear features prominently in this story is well. The main founder of Lush Mark Constantine had already seen incredible success and then catastrophic failure by the time he launched his venture. In fact, right before mark. Open Lush. He's lost most of his money on a mail order business that went bust. But. Lush turned his fortunes. And and today it's a brand with more than nine hundred stores around the world. Now, in recent months, the pandemic has hit the company hard. For time all of its stores in the UK, the US and Australia were closed. But. Lush has also seen a massive surge in online orders and later on, we'll get an update on how mark and the company have navigated the pandemic and the global economic fallout. But first a little bit about mark's background. He grew up in weymouth seaside town in the south of England. When he was only two years old his dad's split from the family and went off to Africa and mark never saw him again while he was growing up. And his mother. She took mark and moved in with her mother marks Grandma. It was me my mom, my grandmother who really brought me up a my aunt. So. I was really bored three. Yeah. What did your mom do? She was a journalist in the local newspaper on I knew my mom had to work in order for us to to be okay. It was very, very comfortable life full of love and hugs and security. My mom was always there and I love my nine I looked up to my nine and so it was comfortable. Very nice. Obey. Feminine Life I've felt. Spoilt To be honest, obviously, my nine drilled into me the proper values as well. with proverbs and all sorts of other things you know I I had to rights repeatedly better best never them rest till. My good is better. My better best things like that. But then I guess. Around the time you were twelve. So you like you stopped living with your grandmother like Yulia mom moved out. what happened was they there was larger a my mother married the lawyer we moved to my grandmother died. I didn't realize probably until much later in my life high much that'd affected me I felt responsible. I think from my grandmother's death for most of my life because obviously I was important to her and I wasn't there anymore and I couldn't after her and she died on then my my stepfather was. Very, cold I would say and violent. But that's very typical upbringing fifties because they'd come is war gentlemen. There was a lost friends some of them had seen that friends killed or relatives and So it was you know not surprising that those people were bringing up my generation went all the best balanced people in the world. What kind of I mean what kind of kid were you? What do you remember about how you responded to those circumstances? Did you I don't know retreat into yourself or did you act out? Did you fight with your mom? What do you remember or didn't fire my mom but I force a lot with my Stepdad physical fights and they would argue we would all argue. It was just I want to say unsatisfactory which doesn't side like this is like a strange word to use it but. Certainly when I came to build my own home I, for example, never locked the front door. You know I I make an effort on those smaller things that tell people that they wanted to. Careful. Kid were you at school? Are you could student? School was still difficult for. Really. Was it was just heart for you. I. Mean there were a lot of gangs. Gangs were normal in the fifties for for everyone there were lots of gang. So I went to the grammar school, which was the best school in. The top ten percents shoots went to the grammar school. Everyone's surprise when I got in. And then I wasted it while I. was there except that I did make friends and we were in particular gang where we could make. Bombs and things. Can. Make bombs. What we were the news like. PIPEBOMBS. They were we killing sugar bombs with batons permanganate. Glycerin Fuses also savings on we went making them for the IRA season, the Perron purposes to intimidate other gang.

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Is the Netflix documentary "Cutie" breaking federal law?

Best Case Worst Case

08:57 min | 1 year ago

Is the Netflix documentary "Cutie" breaking federal law?

"Alone. Welcome to best case worst case this is Jim Clemente retired profiler former New York City prosecutor writer-producer CBS's criminal minds with today's high everybody. It's Francey, Hague's former state and federal prosecutor. Jim. Across the country and if it's possible, I'm even more outraged. Shall I say enraged than I was last week I find it. I. Don't know very believable. Because I know you but I know what you're outraged and enraged about. I agree with you tim I don't understand what's happening. You know we've we've done what is happening I. Don't know we've done. I don't know how many episodes where we've talked about. Hollywood. We've talked about power position predators. We've talked about a Hollywood sexualizing we talked about that movie call me by your name I remember that one member that you and I saw that. and. Just being outraged at the sexualizing of children and in that movie if I'm not mistaken, there was a nineteen year old actor playing a fifteen year old boy I think if I remember correctly. and. That was bad enough because it was depicting. The sexualization of a child even though it wasn't an actual trial here Jim in the newest entry into net flicks Pantheon, we have a movie called well in English. It's called cuties and it was released just last night as you are recording here. So on September ninth here in the US. Anyway it was released on Netflix said it's a French movie I think the original title was something like Lehman Mignon. Which I would. You know I was a French minor but French is a longtime ago for me I, thought meant the little ones but maybe it means cuties regardless. The Americanized is name is called cuties. And Jim. I didn't see the movie yet. But I've seen a clip of a dance from the movie before we get into the discussion of the movie. Let me just tell people who haven't seen the clips and you haven't seen the description of the movie. What is purportedly about? This movie is described by various media critics who've seen it. As a coming of age tale, a young girl fighting against the patriarchy. Now, how is she coming of age how she fighting against the Patriarchy this eleven year old she joins she's a Muslim child and she joins a dance troupe. Wow. That sounds interesting. Right she's breaking out of her cultural barriers whatever they might be or whatever she perceives them to be. She joins a child's dance troupe with a bunch of other eleven year old well, that sounds perfectly innocent. Well not really however. It's really not Jim because you and I have seen the clip why don't you take it from here? Well, for not I did just see the clip and I was shocked I was shocked at two things one the focus of the camera. On the general areas of young girls very deliberately. Very, sustained, very purposefully. But I'm also shocked by the fact that this depicts a dance competition and in the dance competition, these girls are on stage in public. Doing these you know basically dance moves and I'm using those air quotes that are that are basically saying and touching their general areas and a showing off between their legs I mean. They're simulating sex. That's the that's certainly a very. Easy determination or that's an argument that. CAN EASILY BE. Made. So, this bothers me for two reasons. One is that. It's apparently a competition that they're in in which this kind of behavior is actually. Promoted and encouraged. But the documentary style of it. Is that they are showing close ups of these girls is one thing if they're thirty, forty, fifty feet away on a stage, but to have a camera. where the entire screen is filled with the Crotch of an eleven year old girl and the camera is focused on that and again it's sustain it's not just passing. That is part of the definition of child pornography when a child is centralized in a way and they don't have to be naked for it to be child pornography but the image has to be focused on the Genitalia or on sexual activity, and even if that's mimicking sexual activity is putting a child in a sexualize situation and I believe that this does that. In fact, and I, I don't know what the rest of this movie is about but it's scary to think that this is just one scene in movie that that purports to do things like for example. There's a parental warning apparently on imdb would says, one of the many highly sexualize erotic dance scenes. That purposefully exploit an objectify numerous scantily clad underage girls. One of the female child dancers lifts upper crop top to fully display her bare breast. This they're saying. This is supposedly literally pulled from my md be yes. That's pulled from my MTV which they've changed as of now this this has just been a massive explosive controversy over the last twelve hours Jim and you're absolutely right. I. Hate telling you that because God? Usually wrong. But here you're absolutely right. It does fit the definition at least in the United States the federal definition for child pornography, which is the lascivious display of the genitals for the purpose of arousing the sexual desires of the viewer. There is no other way to describe how these children are dancing and that IMDB description minimizes it by saying it's sexualizing or Roddick with underage girls. They're eleven, years, old eleven what is that? Fifth. Grade. Fourth Grade. That's it's crazy that anyone thinks that this is okay. But the most important thing to me is that I think it might be a federal crime. It certainly fits the definition now in federal law in this country, there is an exception if it's art, but that is required to provide a whole bunch of information to the Attorney General of the United States about the age of the actors when there's any depiction. The age of these actors is clearly under eighteen. There's no question about it. Not Right now, typically Hollywood gets away with it by having someone who has just turned eighteen play somebody who's younger but that's not what's going on here and there was among the years ago called kids I think and they did the same thing they had actually young people and although they didn't actually they sort of hit the sexual parts, they suggested it. But this because of the music that's playing in the background that's clearly of a sexualize nature because of the humping that's going on and the touching of the general areas by these girls, and then you know the cutesy sucking on the finger. To, make it seem like an innocent girl is being sexualize. It's all together. It really does make me. Believe that they are they are violating federal child pornography statute and I think that that's something that you know it's not just well, this is a French movie and we're trying to be open minded this this this description goes on to say. Trigger Warning and eleven year old girl watches a female rap music video where naked women role play through dance both heterosexual lesbian sex acts an eleven year old. Female. Dance Group then mimics these sexual moves, the on themselves and on each other while the camera zooms in on their sexual body parts as they erratically rise. This can be highly distressing to many viewers. Covered Hani legal.

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"roddick" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"roddick" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Is named for no he didn't say his name first I wasn't listening you can what is the chair correct I'm gonna go back and listen back to this and tomorrow I'm taking a point away from you for jumping ahead but go ahead next one truck one Murphy Andy Roddick not our bands yes whoever gets wind finally children's three arctic and pool and then go ahead rob their tables all you were not even in smelling distance of rob's name on that one okay like rob was like Ralph and then there was like a pause and a bird flew by and the brand it was like playing in so now you did not win rob won fair and square he called his name I read a chapter in a back and then I heard branded it was my name correctly I didn't word it correctly is what brand is correct branded with light well okay then yeah okay he has about the rule I was gonna say real low point we're gonna play by the rules you lose and Brandon and I die thank you Larry for that when Mr you should have said the form of a question correct just saying all right that's it we're going to make room for big al and Jo Jo they will be up next will be back tomorrow do we have anything scheduled for tomorrow I think we do I don't know I forgot yes we do Jody Jorgensen little party for president I don't know where libertarian candidate for president I got a follow back with your guy today it may be next week before we have firm do that this afternoon checking in on that but I'm excited because she's coming on the show I will do that later will tell you what's coming up tomorrow tomorrow we keep it right here on KOAA news radio tomorrow on Colorado's morning news the latest on legislative efforts.

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"roddick" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:54 min | 1 year ago

"roddick" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"I think sixty AM the answer yeah and I mean experts on things I don't know anything about yeah the Irish saying of the day from a distance from the relief tractor dot com studios here's my I want to play for you a video that somebody very special to me sent yet last night from the CDC I was just thinking about there's some friends of mine who are going through a very difficult time right now and you know I I I also want to be acknowledging people who your life is still going on we're we're worried about everybody's health and safety relationships are still challenging there's a lot of people going through some tough times right now it feels I feel so my heart it gets heavy sometimes for thinking about relationships that are frayed and people who are you know a foot the anxious and have anxiety and it's just it's a lot it's just a lot and you know we got to take a big breath we gotta try to absorb the enormity of what we're we're we're pushing through here but we do have to put appreciate the fact that people are being taxed here I I've been stressed being challenged being you get going through the gauntlet of things you know human emotions don't take a backseat you know there's not any kind of of of a pause on life you know and if if people are a little bit no Roddick they stayed Mirotic of people are edgy they stay edgy if people are you know there's that doesn't go away and yet in a way when people are home in there with their families or even if you're home alone you try to take you try to take advantage of a situation like this and make make some positive out of it make something what makes something good reconnect with your wife we connect with your kids I'm communicating with my my adult sons probably more now than I have in a long time and that's on me a little bit on them but that's all right we're all we're all in this together and family is strong the family is is going to do is going to survive the goodness of people is on display every day more donations are coming in for our our March food for the poor campaign and I'm I'm so grateful you know we're right at sixty thousand dollars in donations to our food for the poor campaign Russian food and.

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Spectral Love and De Nile

BSP: Believer Skeptic Podcast

08:54 min | 1 year ago

Spectral Love and De Nile

"Won't be as people leave or skeptic podcast a podcast RETU- idiots debate. We're phenomena I'm Chris. I'm the believer. I'm I'm the skeptic and if this is your first time let's see tests where an Algebra q? Paranormal comedy podcasts. And this is a full episodes and this is the first time listening. Are We pick a topic already? And we're GONNA share some really fun history and information in stories and then I talk about why people don't believe or ID bunket and he talks about why people do and this topic is going to be kind of all over the place. Yeah well it's while actually. This is being recorded before Valentine's Day but it will come out after all times day but just soon after. I like the Monday after. Yeah so that'll be fine so first year. We did a valid special APHRODISIACS than last year. We did it crimes of the heart of the heart and I totally forgot about that and they still hate Valentine's because guess who's alone again this year. Some you know what I mean I. I'll see your cat would totally does it. He so loving. He can't give me a the had taken me on a day. You don't know anyways. We decided on an episode about go for it. Because you don't know how I don't I don't because to me. It's really close to aphrodisiacs. Not really because I'm talking about different things because me too. I mean it's dedicated to love about fertility and different aspects and it was kind of like love objects like a pair of marrying object started altered the yeah but we both kind of diverged bid and mine is technically true. It's a paranormal love object. You'll see I know. They're not paranormal. But they're both true are they okay. Mine is definitely definitely. Parents factual okay. That'll be a good a good like mix then fake minor. Fake just like my breasts. I want to do a whole episode though. On how? And then I'll debunk them. You don't lead them people. You're beautiful just the way you are anyways so so that I don't know what you have to do drinks history you already. What are you categorize this topic? What are you calling it does love? I guess so because love adjacent I can say what my half is. I'm actually talking all about SPEKTR affiliate. Which is people who fall in. Love and have sex with ghosts. I WanNa do a whole topic on this because as I was looking into it. It is wild and my stories. I don't present a lot of information. Actually none in the stories are really just kind of sex and so I think we could still do an exploration of the topic in the future. An I whole heartedly encourage it because yes and mine are ones are more related to fertility. GonNa save more advocates. His biological clock is ticking. So should we do drinks while he already been drinking? No I have another one. This is this is my backup drink. That tastes good. You said it tasted grows well better than the other thing I got about that. What does it okay? Well first let me get my main one so I was still and I admit when I grab this. I was still on the topic of aphrodisiacs. Because that's what we did our Minnesota on and so I found the reason I got back up because it's an gross but it is called moon juice. I've had oh and I'm like and that's to me whenever we're thinking of Wu and we learned that at the UFO con from now on. I encourage everyone else to do this. I'm calling APHRODISIACS. Move Juice because it's Wu and this is a giant forty of galactic IFA. It's going to be disgusting. Santan makes good beer. Yes it does make beer. I like their stuff as a backup because we're talking about Valentine's Day. I got a sweet strawberry so chocolate covered strawberries and it's paying so it's Valentine's I'm rationalizing shut up by his Valentine's and it's called a cupid's kiss ooh in a while it's my take on it because I couldn't find all the ingredients I wanted at the grocery store specific literally just a glass of sprite specifically orange bidders. I couldn't find anyways. That's cool so what it hasn't it is muddled raspberries and meant lime juice. Garvey and then white cambric juice and then they put some concern. Oh my God. I have to try this. That sounds so amazing. If anyone likes really happy as I think you're really like this. It's vile open with him. It's disgusting because dump it out for fun. Okay let's get back on track history history since we're talking about well since I'm talking about fertility and love and all that other bullshit I thought I'd talk about these are actually. He's telling personal true story. Talk about something sort of related different. Okay nothing says law like Erotica. So I'm going to give you a brief history on erotica first off the word. Erotica derives from the Greek God Eros Sherm who was God of Love Physical Desire and passion. She knew this in Roman mythology. He's known as Cupid Erotica has been around for thousands of years and is historically depicted in all cultures and some guy can really imagine like way like ancient people. Jacking up to cave drawings actually drawing the monk is it really did it. They go about that okay. Although it cannot really be said of many of the depictions that have been found. Were for pleasure for some aesthetic purpose or ritual aspect because you have to admit as Horny. Teenagers repressed reject off to some weird stuff. Maybe you okay. I checked off to some stuff like you would just see like I mean a picture in like a book. Nancy drew of Ned Nickerson playing football jack. Anyways there are cave. Paintings have been found depicting sexual acts erratic has been found in every era from Greek and Roman textbooks from the Middle Ages. The piece of Erotica found is a poem called Istanbul. Two four six one which was written on Sumerian cuneiform tablet and what year two for sixty. One I Dunno okay. It's pretty damn all. If it's on a cuneiform tablet bedded hasn't been translated. Do they know it says erotic you'd have to know is good. Even the Bible itself has a whole Chapter Song of songs at talks about sexual longing and love between a man and a woman To state the obvious Roddick wasn't always available in ancient times a little more so once the printing press was invented. That's true because you couldn't walk into the basalt tagline. Yeah this megastore by stone tablet with porn. I never that's true. Yeah so according to my research erotica really started to develop around the seventeen hundreds at the time. That novel started to become popular One of these early books came out in seventeen forty eight by John Cleland called memoirs of a woman of pleasure or more commonly known as Fannie Hill Fatty Fatty hills a widely known as one of the most prosecuted and banned books in history. Wow in the late seventeen. Hundreds of France we got books from the Marquette. Assad which exemplified sadomasochism. Obviously these books would have a huge influence on future novels with similar themes Because of the PURITANS Erotica started to become taboo and was considered unsophisticated during that era the quality of Erotica that time also obviously seem to decline although in the eighteen hundreds we did get some of the beginnings of male gay erotica the books the sins of the cities of the plane and the Tahiliani or the reverse of the medal but Erotica didn't start to again become popular until the early nineteen hundreds in the mid one thousand nine hundred erotic novels from Henry Miller Vladimir Nabokov an ice in one form of Erotica. It also became popular at this time. Was that of lesbian pulp fiction Yeah and may gay pulp. Fiction would also become a thing although not as popular as lesbian really occas. Yeah okay. Can I think statistically women read more erotic romance also into women being with each other so that true that too yeah so popular authors begin to write erotic under often underpin names such as Anne Rice? Who wrote the sleeping beauty quartet under the name? A N

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Maybe You Should Talk to Someone

The Psychology Podcast

09:49 min | 1 year ago

Maybe You Should Talk to Someone

"Today. I'm very excited to have Lori gottlieb on the podcast godly a psychotherapist and New York Times bestselling author of. Maybe you should talk to someone which is currently being adapted as a television series with eve. Longoria I think that's how you pronounce her name. In addition to our clinical practice she writes the Atlantic's weekly dear therapist advice column and contributes regularly to the New York Times and many other publications. She's also sought after expert in media such as the today show. Good Morning America the CBS early show CNN and NPR's fresh air worry. This is amazing to talk to you today. Sell excited to have this conversation with you have ever opened up the pike. As we're saying amazing talking to you today it was nice chatting with you too. So this is I really. I really mean it. Your book is terrific it is. I finished it last night. Finally finished last night. I've been like chipping away at it for like a while because life keeps getting in the way so how you wrapped everything up. I was in tears and I can't imagine like how someone could be human and read your book and not be in tears by the by the end of your book. Yeah you know. I really wanted people to have the experience that I had when I was seeing these patients. And so I hope that people feel a lot when they're reading the book. Oh I felt quite a bit it in fact I saw red. I finished the book right before I went to sleep and my dreams last night. We're so weird. I feel like they were like partly tied to. The story is near Book and partly tied to like my mom like I was like. I woke up this morning. I was like mom I miss you. She's still alive. I WanNa see you every day and I'm like where did that come from. I thought I didn't like my mom. Joking JOKING I. I love to hear this. You know I know I know. I love her lower but but I've been trying to put my distance between me and her a little bit because she's a very over protective Jewish mother. But but but just reading your book I just like it made me want to like hold onto time as much as possible. It's always something I've had an issue with anyways like the idea of time passing by has always always been roddick about that ever since. I was actually in counseling. A little kid over that because it freaked me out especially if a ringer book now as well. It's like it's heightened my appreciation of everyone in my life. Yeah I think most people don't think about that until they get to a certain age and You know so in the book I follow these four very different patients and then I'm the fifth patient and they think that woven throughout all of our stories is this question of. How do we want to spend our time? you know. Are we being intentional about how we're spending our time or are we just squandering it away and I hope that You know when you read the book that it made you. It didn't scare you but then it made you be more aware of. What am I doing with my life? It did absolutely it. Didn't scare me no It just made me appreciate Just ahead more gratitude yearbook. Remind your mind me kind of like a modern day or irving all of it. I mean I don't think there's anyone else who's done what he's done before since you You know you know in in terms of being a therapist and writing such compelling stories About their patients. And even you know the X. essential theme of your writing in particular has been an influence on your work. He has definitely I. I read him when I was in medical school at Stanford and he of course was at Stanford and He Can you read it pleasing? Everyone is impossible but pissing everyone off as a piece of cake. I'm absolutely absolutely I. I had a cup I would be drake into that too so I so. I corresponded with him. A little bit and met with him when I was at Stanford briefly and that was a million years ago and then I reconnected with him when I wrote this book and it really nervous giving this book to him Because you know he's such a master at bringing people into the therapy room in a way that universal it doesn't feel like it's about therapy but it feels like it's about the human condition and he was so lovely and such a fan of the book in and I actually was supposed to do an event with him in the bay area when I was on book tour and he became ill and couldn't do the event and his son who's also a psychotherapist. Victor did the event with me. And it meant so much to me to have the yellows you know supporting this absolutely and now you have Kauffman supporting it. You're you're made. I was like the icing on the cake when I got coughing supporting it but no I'm I'm such a big fan of his work as well. I reached out to a couple years ago. I was in San Francisco's like hey can I come over to your house and talk to you. And he's like sure like I spent an afternoon with him and like we talked about so much it turned out. He was friends with the role. May One of my favorite psychotherapists and he was. He was on his deathbed. Yeah will I did. Because Rallo may was was his therapist at one point. Exactly that's exactly. Yeah but he's so generous in that way to say to somebody. Yeah just come over. And and he thinks about the world in a way that I think he tries to encourage everybody else to which is to really consider you know. What do you want to do with your time on this planet? And he talks about these fundamental themes of human existence. And your book is full of those themes. And if you see enough patients you'll just like it's basically like doing a subjective factor analysis non-objective factor houses but subjectively. You start to notice like there's these groupings like these things keep over over. We we all think. We're like so unique. Our problems are so. I'm the only one suffering with guilt. Redemption meaning mortality loneliness. Love but you see enough patients you start to see these themes over and over again. How does that impact sort of your own life and thinking about these teams and how they play on your own life at such a such a great point because they think that we all know that everybody else experiences heartbreak and grief and loss and joy and all of those things but when it happens to us we think that hours particularly unique that no one has experienced it in exactly the same way so you know the book opens with me going through this break up and of course I feel like well you know? It's very specific to me. And I know intellectually that so many other people have experienced something like this but the way that it happened in the play by play that I keep giving by therapists. I really want him to understand my unique experience. And what you see as a therapist is that we're all more the same than we are different and I think that there are so many times that we feel isolated in our experiences because we don't realize how connected our experiences are to everybody else's and I think that when you know the title of the book is maybe you should talk to someone and I don't necessarily mean maybe you should talk to a therapist. I mean maybe we need to talk to each other more because we do feel so alone in our experience in the more that we talk to people and really talk to people. The more will realize that. Oh you know other people have experienced exactly this. We're having this conversation. I was having this conversation students just yesterday. I had a large election hall and I just put up. A poll at students can do anonymously with their with their cell phones. And I just put the question. Are you only and I get yes or no I wanted to do is for them to all see. Just how lonely. Everyone else was in the classroom now. I was praying that I would get a good number on the yes just just to make it worth the point. Although if it wasn't the not actually would be good for good for the students if they weren't really but anyway it came out about thirty. Three percent said yes and I said that's really telling like just think on your campus one out of every three people that you walk past in this campus has the experience of. Im willingly and no one's smiling each other. No one's I'd I'd try and experiment yesterday where I try to smile at everyone that I passed you try. You don't ever try that New York City think nothing is wrong with you. Rain for the mental institution. Yeah you know. It's interesting because they think that no matter what people come in with on there. Is this kind of loneliness in the background. Even if they're surrounded by people even if they you know have families and friends in all of those things I think that we're so disconnected in so many ways that we don't realize how lonely we are just for the simple act of sitting face to face with another person uninterrupted. Like you're doing therapy for fifty minutes. But people don't do that outside because they've got something ping or digging or vibrating ringing and they're always distracted. And there's there's something so Connecting I think and it feels so good to be able to sit with someone face to face in the same physical space. Not mediated by screen or facetime And really just sit there without any interruptions we. We have so few opportunities for that

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Sepsis Is A Global Killer. Can Vitamin C Be The Cure?

Short Wave

04:57 min | 1 year ago

Sepsis Is A Global Killer. Can Vitamin C Be The Cure?

"Mattie Safai in the House with Richard Harris yet another one of my favorite science correspondence must be all your favorite special. That's what my mother always said. You're all my favorite Richard. You have some serious business to discuss today. Indeed indeed I do yes. I'm GonNa Talk to you about sepsis right so for anybody who might not know. Sepsis is actually caused by the body's reaction to an infection basically the immune system overreacts causing this huge inflammatory response. Blood vessels get a leaky which messes up. How blood flows throughout the body body? In severe cases. Septic shock can set in. And that's when your blood pressure drops to dangerously low levels sometimes leading to multiple organ failure and in death doctors treat that initial infection and they can try to manage the dangerous symptoms of Sepsis. But there's no cure for it that's right and as a result assault is the single most expensive condition in. US hospitals best estimate is that it strikes one point seven million people a year in the United States and kills more than a quarter million. Wow so it's a huge toll right and one of the reasons. It's so common is because a lot of different types of infections can result in sepsis many roads into sepsis but even though it's a huge deal we don't really talk about it that much in. That's kind of weird isn't it is such a common condition but it isn't even bigger problem. Globally thirty thousand people die of it every single day. That's why it's a huge number. It's truly under appreciated disease. And why I'm telling you the story today is because the results have been published important new study on the treatment of Sepsis with the transfusion of simple mixture really vitamin C.. And Fireman thion which is vitamin B. One that's right and also some corticosteroids. These are all cheap and readily available drugs so today in the show the journey to find a cure for sepsis. Yes we hear the latest on this wild claim about a potential cure of vitamin C drug cocktail. Okay Okay Richard. When you were first telling me about this you said you actually got to talk to somebody a few years ago? Who received this newfangled treatment right? I was interested in really following how this evolved volve this this audacious idea and seeing where it would go and actually a number of doctors immediately started picking up and started using it at least on their most desperately ill patients and talked to one of them. This guy with an incredible story in Christopher Kelly who had this horrid logging accident this is out in Seattle I was cutting for a logging outfit up on these rock cliffs and fell about one hundred and fifty foot for tree into these maple trees. They add a bunch of dead tops we call them widow makers mhm tree came down the butt of it bounce toward him crushing him. I heard the bones crunch when it got me. It was pretty precarity Yell for a minute. And then I'd pass out and I guess my ribs were ripping. My lungs is the reason I I was only you know in and out of consciousness. And Amazingly he was there for a couple of hours before a couple of other men working in the area found him and got him on a Medevac helicopter to harborview medical center in Seattle in the Wendy says he wound up with a shattered pelvis all of his ribs. Broken twenty two bones and Dane. The day I met him. He developed a very high fever along with shock. That's one of Kelly's doctors at David car-bomb who realized that Sepsis was beginning to set in so sepsis is one of the big risks and injuries like this because infections sometimes time start on the wounds on the skin or from inside the lungs or internal injuries or whatever and the infection of course can turn into septic shock which is the nastiest form of this condition. When Oregon's start to fail that often leads to death and as we mentioned earlier? There's no known cure for SEPSIS. That's right car-bomb could treat the underlying infection with antibiotics Roddick's but he was also one of a set of doctors who had actually started experimenting with his new treatment of vitamin C and firemen and steroids and discuss it with his son and his son and was very amenable. We talked about The fact that it's a new therapy that there really wasn't very strong evidence but I felt that it was not a ton of risk and that this could be beneficial. How did it work Richard? Well hold on how quickly to respond. Usually patients very sick for a few days before responding antibiotics and him it took about a day his fever head cleared and he was off the medicines to support his blood pressure and looked remarkably better. But this is not actually a totally new new idea at all. I mean vitamin CS. Curative Properties have been batted around for decades and decades. A lot of. It's kind of Kooky so that actually works against this argument people initially and understandably skeptical about it but that said it is true that people who have sepsis have surprisingly low levels of vitamin C in their blood. So there's some biological logical plausibility to doing this right.

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"roddick" Discussed on Oregon Rooted: The Dirt Show

Oregon Rooted: The Dirt Show

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"roddick" Discussed on Oregon Rooted: The Dirt Show

"Make your bud brittle all in all that and fall apart and dust. Yeah the other thing is that There's a process called sub nation. That happens at frozen temperatures now supplementation. Your smells are still evaporating in the freezer now. The Higher Turpin content. You have if you notice something It's days you can rub it like it could be an freezer for days and you look at it and you open a little jar of fresh frozen or something and it still looks kind of wet. Yeah that's because turbines are so much alcohol they don't freeze at the same temperatures. You know you gotta go much colder sure. So they still have the ability to sublimate out of the freezer itself and you can lose your turbines by putting in the freezer interesting Fact that high hi rate and there's a process of freeze drying and that is actual just vacuum supplementation. Well so I mean freeze. Drying able to cure and get the product Roddick done quicker without oxidisation. Nice so but that's what separates the freeze. Drying is really essentially different. Peng yes yeah. It's a different process than I'm just throwing it in the damn freezer it's long. That's you know we are creating an environment with no atmosphere. In the vacuum of freeze drier are but it is similar because what it is is. You're you're the bottom of the freezer. Believe it or not if you laser took laser to it it's warmer than the upper atmosphere where the chillers coming in so that in itself causes it to be a little warmer with a difference the frozen on top. Now it's the same aspect but much much colder and much much warmer. The heated shells inside of a freeze dryer accelerate the supplementation by warming it up allowing a little bit of evaporation of your moisture. And then it freezes to the walls of the freeze drier are now. This is the vacuum assisted by vacuum. Vacuum desiccation you know I think it's essential you know. OXIDISATION is not my friend and I don't like it. Yeah I.

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Chicago woman breaks world record by hula-hooping for 100 straight hours

BMAN

00:52 sec | 2 years ago

Chicago woman breaks world record by hula-hooping for 100 straight hours

"Chicago woman has indeed crush the world record for hula hoop she did she set at one hundred hours on Saturday Jenny Doan the former record generally don't lose that number by that record all she does gain the record I'm seventy five hours with the old record set by Aaron he needs and also high on a tract of woman if you watched any of it very sexy I think Donna may I just hello can you look at how you show it to just I mean it's kind of a slow motion kind of a lot of pelvic thrusting nasty resting on things it's you know it is a subtle hip it is very slow kind of Jack Kammer pelvic thrusting and some a busy body the dog style no with the Roddick it is so it's dog

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Ebola Response Workers Are Killed in Congo

UN News

00:55 sec | 2 years ago

Ebola Response Workers Are Killed in Congo

"Man-made starvation is slowly making its way into Zimbabwe and most households are unable to obtain enough food to meet their basic needs. That's the warning issued on Thursday by you and appointed independent expert on the right to Food Hill. Elva following an eleven day visit to the the country. These special rapporteurs said that hyperinflation had left more than six in ten people or five and a half million people food insecure in a country. Once seen as the bread basket of Africa women and children are bearing the brunt of the crisis. The expert added noting that nine in ten children aged six months to two ears are not consuming. The minimum acceptable diet citing poor rains. Andy Roddick weather patterns which have impacted on harvests and livelihoods Miss Elvis said that property and high unemployment widespread corruption and economic sanctions risk. Make the risk making the crisis even worse.

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Shaping the Emerging Bioeconomy

The Bio Report

15:57 min | 2 years ago

Shaping the Emerging Bioeconomy

"Jason. Thanks for joining us. It's my pleasure to be here. We're GONNA talk about synthetic biology the emerging bio economy the effort to give voice to industry on policy matters related to it. I think what we talk about biotechnology people still. We'll have a furry narrow view around human therapeutics when we talk about the emerging bio-economy. What does that envision? How significant is the Dan? How far is it extending beyond healthier so this is a really great question that we could probably spend the entire time? He's talking on that one on topic so let me let me try to break it up a bit and make it a little more bite size so the way bats that we think about the bio economy today today is is a very different view than what we will be thinking. Five ten fifteen twenty years down the road as we look at how the economy develops but but fundamentally finally the the concept around the Bio Connie is as we know all all things world have cycles and economic cycles exist as well and there are macro economic cycles such as the industrial revolution which really drove development hardening of industrial processes. All the way from you know the concept of assembly line nine and manufacturing of course the economy continues to transition. We've moved from very much of an industrial economy to a knowledge. It and service based economy that we releasing blossoms through Silicon Valley and of course Kendall Square in Cambridge Massachusetts and very identifiable You know areas where we see. Okay that's that. It knowledge say service continental where we fundamentally believe that the next iteration economy is really going to be powered on biology. Had I'll say that some of the concepts that will throw out here today during our conversation might make your head spin of it because you'll think how does biology really get involved in say transportation Or how does biology get involved in computing or how does biology. Of course we think about biology from a healthcare all care perspective but how does that healthcare view of biology change as as a function of time and I always brings back to one thing I think is interesting about the violence is it. It's real and people will see especially consumers were now starting to see translate to true consumer product. So so you know if I would have told you. Ten years ago that you'll have a protein source that tastes like these can be put on a barbecue and put between two vons on Patty. And you think you're eating beef. You'd would probably laugh at me because they're used to those horrible soy solutions that existed ten years ago whereas like cardboard with a little bit of softness. Well now of course we all hear about impossible burgers and beyond meats and and you know truly plant tasting proteins. That's a great example of how this economy is really going to change and it's going to be very visible able to see everybody in the country and not just the folks who may be involved in say the IT industry where we service a knowledge economy of all so Valerie's incredibly powerful and we know that things we manufacturers today will be manufactured by Washington in the future. And I think you know food. Roddick's is a great example of that with kind of novel foods and beyond beats but you'll see a transition to materials. We hear about Adidas Pudding outs tennis issues. Now that are manufactured from synthetic spider silk. And you're starting to see these fruit. Innovations really accelerate into the commercial markets. Advances isn't synthetic biology are enabling the engineering microorganisms to replacement processes that would previously have been conducted through through chemistry. What's it a case for using biology rather than traditional chemical processes? That's a great question I mean so there's obvious Syria around things like sustainability So many chemical processes require hydrocarbons or require organics to to manage those chemical processes disease and hydrocarbons Gannex largely come from trillium products. And we know that there's a limited duration of accessibility to fossil fuels in Detroit. Him and there's obviously a very vigorous debate on the impact of those compounds and chemicals on the environment and we know that biology has existed for billions of years and has continued need to add to the diversity of life and the ability to harness biology to start manufacturing products that previously were manufactured through chemical processes has as I mentioned before huge Say Environmental Sustainable aspects. There's also economic drivers associated with that as well and I'll use a real world example The there is a strong corpus of knowledge that can have annoyed how long or pubic properties and within cannabinoid Avenue. It's you have to largely active compounds you have. THC which is the compound that makes us feel high when people use marijuana and then their CD which is the compound that people people believe how the majority of the therapeutic properties well to truly enable CD DVD used and research purposes and political purposes isn't eventually therapeutic purposes. It doesn't economically make sense and you can't physically grow enough of the material the crop to having reliable reliable sustainable Say Pharmaceutical quality great product in existence. That has huge thing bill. The issues is a lot of water. A lot of land and It's you know. Obviously like all crops is is accessible to drought and infestation. So the focus now is is to take cbd and take the pathways that express the enzymes that manufacturer CD and explosives in say East. You can then transfer that to a for mentor in your now working on an industrial scale from attention where you can ferments either. CBD as a whole or the enzymes is that are used to create CD in a synthetic process. So you just like you said to sustainability issues. There's this huge economic drivers that really we will will push to biology because we found that biology in many cases is very clean very efficient very economical way to drive manufacturing. Where are we in this effort? What's enabling us to do this way now that we haven't been able to do before well that's a that's a great question question And quite honestly that Is What brought me to the company I work for a company called inscription Scripted we fundamentally believe that biology has unlimited potential to truly improve the human condition. And the reason why we haven't seen the advancements through engineer biology or synthetic biology that we he fundamentally believe the tools are not yet developed a truly exploited the richness of violence and for us at At scripted you know working with our partners who started the bio economy alliance around all other similar view that similar to how we Jim Smart develop from the first team genome sequence to now being able to routine musicals even genomic a day or so on the sequencer that chains that seachange which enable precision medicine. Addison and a lot of the standard of healthcare today. We feel the single invention of that next generation multi parallel sequencer has opened up an entire Tiger area of applications which has fueled a huge industry in precision healthcare and other areas associated. That rely on it you know but read out. We believe conscripted on our partners the bio economy alliance. That's that's saying. Level of innovation is happening now that feeling the bio economy and there are various tools unscripted. We utilize a very powerful thing. You find her to Christopher sue precisely engineer and change the genetic makeup of microbes onto ought to create new fina types that or used to move into bioprocessing manufacturing foods nutrients materials and so on so anyway anyway the the key and as you think about other economic kind of changes in cycles you know the industrialization and the development development of of tools you developments of assembly lines. We moved to the. It and service world is development of the Internet the standards associated with the Internet to be able to transfer information back and forth And again we see this same developments happening now within the world with the next generation generation of tools to allow us to truly explore biology as you understand. Biology is incredibly complex. You know we are just starting to scratched the surface of for knowledge and understanding biology and the next generation of tools. Such as what we're bringing forward and swift does is we firmly believe one of those inflection points to enable bowl biology driver commie. Let's talk about the Bio Comedy Alliance. How who makes it up? What is it and what's it aiming to do? Oh yeah that's a question for the economy in Lyons is is a new entity As a matter of fact we're actually going through the work right now to establish five. Oh one three C I to actually set up a a true nonprofit that we can then use to engage policymakers regulators. Legislators and help understood help educate them and understand the power of violence and how the economy is if you transition so you know. This started about a year ago when John Covers. WHO's the CEO? Syn Bio Veda. Syn Bio Veda is a a trade group batches. Moving John over the years is a tremendous job of bringing together. The mobile fought meters and synthetic biology and through discussions. I had with John. I said you know we need to move beyond a conference and move to be an advocacy group and we need to make sure that we educate the people who are making decisions that impact economic developments and decisions around how we're spending spending funding from basic science research perspective. You know what are the infrastructure issues that will intact dullness violent comedy. So through a couple of months of conversation We solidified around the concept of for me the Bio Konami alliance and it's now Has small group of love of initial Organizations joins including RIPTA twist biosciences Gingko by works perfectly lights And we've we've come together really with a common view that education in policy are going to be critically the importance who are industry but also very important to the development of the economy and so As I said the group was formed about a month ago and we're going through the process. Awesome Sabrina Paperwork together. Although in that short month we've had some great engagements including the invites the White House. They're one's a events about two weeks ago at the White House where they're trying understand the power via academy and that was followed the next day by discussions with specific congressional leaders and their staff not educate them on on the bio. Tommy let me and I'll say something for me personally that was so say reassuring and encouraging about this process is you know. The bio comedy is a non partisan issue. You know we spoke to folks who represented the left side of the aisle and we spoke to folks that represented the right side of the aisle and this is a unifying message we understand. I'm from the United States to maintain global competitive advantage. We need to transition technology and we saw again with industrial revolution. Two Services on T.. And now we know that biology is going to the next driver. So how do we do your comedy to succeed in. Biology is the main driver the other elements elements about the bio economy. That is truly a unifying element is that this is an economic opportunity that can benefit the entire country. You know as we saw the industrial revolution. Certainly benefited the entire contract. Factories going up from Boston to Los Angeles but we did see when we had to transition the the economic drivers in the country from knowledge and service based business or economy rather that it didn't necessarily represent the entire United States. Let's we certainly saw centers of excellence pop up on the cups and that economy largely I mean of course. It benefited the United States but in largely benefited certain regions of the United States. And we now see this with large economic disparity between different regions in the country. Biology has the opportunity to be that that say fair equity across the country. Is We think about how biology moves the manufacturing the ability this up large manufacturing Russillo in the midwest where we haven't traditionally seen it and service industries. Pop up too much is a unifying message so when we were in. DC Our message assiduous well received because it is a message that isn't partisan as a message about US economic security about US leadership In what we need you to do to ensure that likely led the world in the last kind of economic term with it knowledge and service. Based how do we lead that charge large from a biology perspective the biotechnology innovation organization as long included industrial and agricultural biotechnology gene. Its purview along with healthcare. Why the need for another entity presence on the policy front with biotechnology agenda hat? Will Your work differ. Yeah it's actually it's a it's a great question and you know it's it's interesting because Sitting on our border directors at inscriptions Roger Weitz Roger also sits on the board of directors. The Bio. And I've actually engaged with Roger quite a bit around the topic of of you know what is the by line's going to drive. That's perhaps that's different than what bio does and so I will say service is a great organization. It's a large organization represents a lot of voices and for us as a nascent recent industry. That's really driving. You know. Synthetic biology or engineer biology. The focus of bio is so large involved that we need a specialty voice. Because we feel that this next iteration in science is going to have significant economic impact. And there's a different investment thesis that's required for that to manifest become reality so actually you bio as a complement to what we are doing We support bios positions uh-huh matter of fact they submitted a paper today and support of An Office of Technology and science Proposal we also support that to the Bio communites. There's many areas where we work together. But there's some very focused areas that we have more more Desire to drive more decisions And Bio as larger entity has other priorities. That may not completely ally but they're complementary to where we WANNA go so we both organizations operating really in common with each other. You mentioned the meeting at the White House. Summit on America's by accommodate. I know the Department of Defense. The Department of Energy have long been engaged in funding working working biotechnology. But I was surprised during symbolic Beta when there was a representative of the Office of Science and Technology Policy addressing addressing the conference who was trying to make the case for biotechnology but basically saying it was not a top priority of

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What's next in the impeachment inquiry?

This Morning with Gordon Deal

04:49 min | 2 years ago

What's next in the impeachment inquiry?

"The inquiry centers on the administration's efforts to pressure Ukraine into investigating twenty twenty political rival Joe Biden and his son hunter in exchange for foreign military aid approved earlier by Congress critics have said the president abuse the power of his office by making the demand but Mr trump and his allies say he was right to demand that an ally address corruption as a condition of receiving the four hundred million dollars in military aid ledge king Washington correspondent at USA today has a look at some key lawmakers to watch as this further on folds ledge first set this up broadly this was a a vote on how to lay out the process going forward all right so I guess part of the credit depending on how you look at it right belongs to the New York congressman who came Jeffries yes he does it is true so he's the caucus chair and one reason we focused on him is because Wall Nancy Pelosi is you know the face of the party in the house and she is the one that essentially launched the inquiry Japanese is the one responsible for sort of hurting the cats and making sure that the party that his caucus is on board there are going to bring about like this down to the floor unless they know it's going to pass so it's Jeffries job to make sure that Democrats stay in line they have the votes we can go forward what's interesting about him is that he's also been mentioned as as close to their parents when she does step down obviously it'll be a lot of jockeying when that happens every year the rising star in the party and and and his job is to make sure that both like this one go the right way for the Democrats very much on the other side of the political spectrum is Ohio Republican Jim Jordan what role as he played in this here you know if you were to watch cable television in the last year or two he is omnipresent pretty much everywhere he's he's a staunch defender of the president very conservative co founder of the house freedom caucus or the ultraconservative group that has just given a lot of the sort of anti spending movement and Congress and very tenacious very Doggett and he is not afraid to take on the other side and and so he is somebody that throughout this whatever happens with impeachment you're gonna hear a lot from Jim Jordan missing with ledge king Washington correspondent at USA today Sir to peace and that'll five key lawmakers to watch as Congress set the ground rules for the trump impeachment inquiry well what do you call Florida congressman Francis Rooney the troubled Republican well Rudy has he's from Naples he's from southwest Florida very Republican area you know he's a former businessman's for businessmen he was a **** at the Vatican under George W. bush he has very much establishment Republican credentials but he's also the parted ways with the Republicans on things like climate change oil drilling and he has said that he is troubled by what he heard about the president in terms of this phone call to Ukraine in terms of other pressure that was exerted he's on foreign relations so he's he's one of the he he's hit someone the committee that is in the closed door hearings happening now that are deposing witnesses so he has first hand knowledge of what these witnesses are saying what he what they have told him about the chi the efforts by the administration the president to pressure Ukraine to dig up dirt on the bidens he said is is not good how does the kind of the loan independent in the house that Justin Ammash from Michigan yeah he's an independent but on this issue he's been very outspoken he thinks that this isn't that what the president did was an impeachable offense actually the mall report is what he points to why you left the party he he raises concerns about Mahler he was essentially ostracized by the party didn't release it didn't feel like the party belong to him or even longer the party anymore so he left I Roddick Lee on July fourth before even the Ukraine issue bottled up he was in the impeachment Cappy is definitely not a Democrat I mean he's a libertarian leaning Michigan congressman but he is somebody that's from on impeachment but at the Democrats should count him to be voting on with them on a lot of other issues thanks let's let's king Washington correspondent at USA

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How Can I Become a Mermaid?

BrainStuff

05:26 min | 2 years ago

How Can I Become a Mermaid?

"Today's episode is brought to you by the capital one venture card the capital one venture card you earn unlimited double miles on every purchase everyday and you can use those miles toward travel expenses like flights hotels the rental cars and more just book and pay for your travel using your venture card and Redeemer Miles toward the cost capital one. What's in your Wallet Credit Approval Required Capital One bank. USA NA welcome to brain stuff production of iheartradio. Hey Rain Steph Lorraine Bogle bomb here. If you're fascinated by mythological creatures love to swim and know the entire score to the Little Mermaid Your time has officially come mermaid ing is an honest to goodness hobby and even career and it's poised to explode at a mermaid school or birthday party near you. All you need is a tale and more on that in a minute a while. It may seem like this popping up out of nowhere. mermaids and Mermen have actually been at it for years. Now we spoke by e mail was Sheila Kaiser Lead Lead Mermaid Instructor at Awkward Mermaid in Austin Texas. She said Mermaid has been around for twenty plus years. I think will only continue to grow in popularity. We teach ages seven to eighty and they have all different reasons for wanting to come then experience being a mermaid or Merman. Yes the Typical Mermaid school has classes for both adults and children and hosts special events like Bachelorette parties we also spoke by email with Kayla. MARAMA armored instructor and Professional Belly Dancer in the Northern Virginia Virginia area. She said I personally have loved mermaids. Since I was young and I also love the water for children when they have the chance to meet a real mermaid and learn from one they often are very excited to do so adults that are interested in mermaid ing tend to do so for a few different reasons to live out a childhood fantasy or to do something different and interesting but she notes. It's a lot harder than it sounds. Indeed Mermaid is definitely best done by confidence swimmers Marama explains. We know no that swimming in any capacity can be a tough workout so one must be a strong swimmer before putting on a tale as a tail adds. A new level of difficulty tells me way between fifteen eighteen and thirty five pounds. That's about seven sixteen kilos. Many Mermaid schools require participants to be able to pass basic swim tests being able to swim at least twenty twenty five meters. That's around eighty feet tread water for a minute and float on your friend and your back in a class you learn the basics of how to swim with a tail plus things like the Mermaid made high five and how to do handstands which soon translate into synchronized mermaids swimming skills some classes also teach kids about caring for the oceans and indeed mermaids swimming is a killer way to get or stay in shape we also spoke by email with co-head Mermaid Rachel Roddick with Aqua Mermaid Chicago. She said it offers a total body workout. From toning your gluts quads and ABS combined with great cardio exercises working on breath control underwater. It's a low impact sport. The benefits from from the boy effect of the water that takes pressure off joints alleviating pain and discomfort at your first class usually just need to wear a swimsuit. The school will normally normally supply the monitoring and the tail skin. The monovalent is a piece of equipment with full pockets that allows you to propel forward in the water while the tail skin is a complete tale. It's pulled on over the modification. If you plan to stick with this you may want to buy your own models run from about one hundred bucks for something basic all the way to five hundred dollars dollars or even three thousand for Realistic Professional Grade Mermaid tails but wait you say you can be professional mermaid. You Bet allthough some people take the classes just for fun and exercise. There's a growing contingent of professional mermaids around the World Uncle Mermaid estimates that there are about a thousand professional mermaids currently working in the United States. There's presently no standard certification program that Almer people must pass but there are a number of mermaid conferences held around the world every year so how does pursue a merger career many pros become Mermaids Swim Instructors Mermaid entertainers at birthday parties events in the like Mermaid eight influencers on Social Media and even Custom Mermaid tail makers. There are also mermaid modeling opportunities to be had for photo shoots or on film. A A friend of mine was a mermaid extra in a recent episode of Hawaii five o much like any career. There's some investment required on the front end to become professional. Mur Person I a potential pro must be a strong swimmer and have a background teaching swimming or synchronized swimming if they plan to be an instructor and other classes can help like early childhood education education courses if you plan on working with kids and Business Courses Mermaid ing is a business after all today's episode was written by Elliott and produced by Tyler claim brain. Stuff is the production of iheartradio's. How stuff works for more on this a month of others splashy topics visit our home planet planet has networks dot com and for more podcasts from iheartradio business iheartradio APP apple podcasts or wherever you listen to your favorite shows today's episode is brought brought to you by the capital one venture card when you earn unlimited double miles on every purchase your next trip is closer than you think. What's in your wallet.

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Creating Value Messages That Differentiate

Daily Sales Tips

03:43 min | 2 years ago

Creating Value Messages That Differentiate

"Today's tip comes from Tom. Williams Thomas the chairman and founder of Strategic Dynamics a sales productivity improvement company and the author of buyers centered selling here. He is with today's tip everyone it seems to have their own special secret sauce for crafting a message that differentiates their product from the current supplier chief competitor so let me say from the beginning our are methodism better. It just works so I ask yourself. What makes a message any message interesting potential buyers stakeholder and really there are four ingredients radiant star sauce? I messages whether they are voicemails emails marketing brochures or even formal presentations. Anita have a value claim. Now you know evaluate claim is promise of what the product or solution we'll deliver that benefit of mine organization and some measurable way in short. The message has to connect with a project or initiative. That's relevant to the buyer. The second ingredient is uniqueness. What is your product or service do that. Others can't claim but it can't be just any old. This has got to be one that matters to the buyer so messages should convey a value claim. That's relevant to the buying organization and is unique in a way that the buyer will recognize value to third ingredient is risk aversion if unaddressed risk and kill any deal your messages need a heavy Abi dose of Risk Prevention. What one or two steps will you take to ensure that the Black Swan or one of its ugly duckling doesn't make unexpected visit. How do you predict Dick plan and prevent this dreaded downside and then the fourth element in our secret sauce as the one sellers often forget or ignore and that's urgency you need to I answer this question for the buyer or stakeholder. Why Must I by now. Maybe is to reclaim lost production time or have inventory in place for the holiday season or or maybe to align with the buyers start of their fiscal year. Also what's the dollar value of a quick decision and immediate implementation now. Let's get something straight you. You can't force feed buyers value messages that are long complicated redundant or meaningless so here's some advice that falls into the don't ever do this category. I I don't use language or terminology that may be unfamiliar to the buyer used to buyers language and customize your message second. Don't underestimate the buyers propensity city Toronto to respond with challenging question like I just don't believe you can get this done in that short a timeframe and last don't ever commodities your product Roddick. Don't feed your buyer. METOO messages like our product can match the productivity of any other product in the marketplace. Stay away from cheap messages like when you compare hair all the products in this category you'd be surprised at how inexpensive our product is avoid languages language that commodities on necessarily your product so as you as you craft a mess just don't think value messages of monologues or points of view or an elevator speech value matches are really a twenty second sound soundbite or claim that is meant to arouse interest prompt insight advanced the buying process so think of value messages as headlines that you can and deploy in a conversation to pick stakeholder or buying interest have two or three of these sound bytes show higher product will meet a need critical to overall productivity productivity if you don't have two or three of these value measures to find and committed to memory do so this week and if you want some help please check out chapter for five of our book buyer centered selling how modern sellers engage and collaborate with buyers look for the chapter five says look for value messed as snap crackle on fought

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Fixing Things That Aren't Broken

Launch Life with Jeff Walker

04:17 min | 2 years ago

Fixing Things That Aren't Broken

"After we did our launch and we changed it up quite a once a year. I do a launch for my product launch formula. We're coming up on it real soon. We're up to two and a half weeks out from this lodge last year we did it as i completely live experience so normally in my launch process for years years and years and years for for well over a decade we would release a series of videos a series of training videos that would lead into the launch of the product act of my product last year instead of doing that we radically reinvented it and we did it as a live launch so instead of releasing these videos i had thirty thirty four training sessions and each training session went three hours and we still delivered really it was about fourteen hours a free training and ended up being a fantastic experienced a launched fantastic but it was completely new so we took something that was doing really well. We'd have this well oiled launch and we completely blew it up and we reinvented it and we did as a live launch so what's up without like like why did we reinvent something. Why did we break something that was already working and i think really especially if like like one of my core tenants is take what's working. Keep on doing it and really. If you look at it what i did was i did take both working because the core strategy behind product roddick lunch formula is to deliver fantastic value before your launch and once you deliver that fantastic value i like to say like give away your best stuff for free and there are some caveats to that and some some some secret sauce behind it but give massive value and prove worth improve your value improve your already before you actually ask for the sale and if that's the core tenant of parkland formula and it is one of the core tenets behind approximates formula. That's what we did. We just took it that strategy and we use a different tactic which was doing live so why how did we do it live because i just had this sense so i'm i think i do cam video and talking on video right now. I think i do okay envy. I actually i'm. I'm being a little stuffed up deprecating. I actually think i'm quite good video but i do know i'm better why because i do these events and they're absolutely amazing so i said what if i could do that life and what if because i was doing it live i could i could edit a bunch more elements and deliver even more value because when when i go in like one of my guiding lights is when i go into a launch for my course i wanna make my free stuff. The the second best launch training in the world so the best launch world in my humble opinion is my coaching program and and i wanna make the free the free launch that i do before the free masterclasses i do before that to be the second best launch train in the world. I think we did that last year. Last year. We had like fourteen hours of content plus a bunch of extra video content with a bunch of case studies plus. This facebook group or my coaches are in their answering during questions. I'm in there answering questions in the facebook group plus downloads. It was an epic experience so much so that people were actually offering us so people wanted to buy that free trade and they wanted us to package up those videos and their complete experience and sell it to them. People were offering his five hundred your dollars for the free training so off the charts value and so that is what i wanna do. I just wanna create valley that i mean at every launch should be alive launch. No it doesn't it just means for for this specific instance for me launching this course for me with my certain set of skills. It works really really well to do alive so this year. We're going to do it again and i'm superstar. Last year was the first time and i know we'll make the second time so much better because we had that experience and we've had a year to plan it out so

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"roddick" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:40 min | 2 years ago

"roddick" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"She is a graduate of the Wharton school of business, and sits on the board of women in ATF's. So, so let's talk about what's going on. With women in the space. Tell us a little bit about women in ATF's the board that you're on. And what is that group about what are they looking to accomplish? Yeah. I would love to talk about that. Thank you for the question. So I'm co president with Jillian del signature J P Morgan of women in ETF's. I have been a global governance committee in board member since the beginning, how long has this been around for just over five years? We just hit our five year anniversary in January. That's decent, you know, these days five years for something to survive in grow is not a bit. And I have to tell you, we are growing so fast global, so we're in a me as well as asiapac and Canada. We've got ten chapters were just about to hit five thousand members globally offend tasks. And this very this hit the heart of what I really think, is needed within the industry. There are women of Wall Street, they're women. And hedge funds. But this was really something that we heard a lot as we believe that within financial services there, a lot of women gravitate to the ATF ecosystem, whether you're an author. We have really drilled down with some theories on this. But we would love to get a research partner to prove it. We'll let me man splaine this to you. Okay. Please. The expert I have no idea. I was just we think it's innovation. We think women are very drawn to innovation and evolution there's a lot of women in supporting that you Tf industry on the legal side, there's a lot on the trading side, especially authorized participants at market makers, you and I know many of them, there are a lot of women leading ETF businesses. There are a lot of women in, in ETF distribution again. Like my co president, Jillian dose ignore over. J P Morgan. There are also, you know, heads of products. I mean, there the head of the F business. J P, Morgan also used to be the head of product both at I shares in N, J, P Morgan. So, so there is just a, a huge concentration of women within the industry, that we felt the need to get connected. So our mission is to connect support an inspire. So it's really having some of the more senior executives within ETF. Mentor and sponsor and connect the, the women who are joining us, who are just starting out in the industry, and we have events all over the world. And by the way, we do encourage men. And it's our five year anniversary. So we're going to be doing events both in Hong Kong, San Francisco Chicago, New York and Toronto. So it's funny. You mentioned five years, July will be five years that this show has been around. And when I was first beginning and was able to wrestle up a female guest, one of the questions was always something corny like so what's it like being a gallon a man's industry, and I'm being a little sarcastic? And I'm thrilled that I get to ask a question. So tell us about how your driving the growth of ETF, you can see just over the past five years, how much things have have changed. It's really so different. And I'm curious, do you think it's the fact that the space was so new, you did not have that split? Roddick old boys network. Cemented in place who was easier to. Breakthrough into that space without the usual obstacle. I think that's very valid. I think that's a very big part of it. I mean, look, I, you know, I've been around for over thirty years, so I did grow up in the environment. Exactly. And, you know, you sort of because of, of that, you know, for me, personally, I've sort of become Teflon coated, because we needed to be rep. But you, you know, now it's much more supportive. I mean, the industry has changed. I do have to say glacial early. It is better today. But I would have preferred it to be leaps in strides. But, but, but whether it's, you know, women on Wall Street, the financial women's association hundred women in hedge funds women in ETF's. I mean, there's now organizations that have a genuine interest in continuing to promote women give them the tools and resources in order to advocate for themselves negotiate for a job or a better raise. We have a speakers bureau. So we have a lot of people in media, like you tell us about the speakers because I introduced them to one of the women who work for me who actually speaks all around the world, then is a highly sought after speaker blared to Kezner. She started working with the speakers group who put together the. Yes. Thank you. And look, we're we're spoon. Feeding? The media who are, are having a hard time finding female speaker. So Elizabeth cash nerd, fach set and Linda Zhang with shoes firm purview. We've talked a lot about it, and that's what we do. Women need to we just get it done. So they came together, and they reached out to everybody and you have to you have dope ply, and you have to be qualified in certain topics and media trained in order to be part of our speakers bureau coming up. We continue our conversation with Sharon French discussing the world of ES g investing. You're listening to masters in business.

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"roddick" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"roddick" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"All right. I wanna tell you maybe how to kick it up and not your sex life told me. What you need to do is you need to things to have favorably Roddick's sex and only two things think of sex as being like holistic mind and body you need to things you need friction. Normally between your legs and you need fattest between your ears. And when you have both of those the sex is beautiful. And how do you get what kind of fantasy? Do you need? What makes something erotic you need something to Radic in your mind? And what makes something erotic is. It's taboo, forbidden. It's very Boulton. You wanna kick the sex life up for you and your wife or just for yourself. Is this a trick question? No. I'm just saying. Normally you want to do it for both of you. Right. And you do that by fantasy talking and role playing have you heard of that before fantasy talk and you wanna make it? So for business over most read both can is so forbidding that it makes it Roddick you've been. I'm not married. Listen obsession. We have a here. Do the show from my long. The monkey voice. It gets very upset. The could shut it down came with us to music monkey specific music sets. Now, we're going to feature the song that made it to number eighty seven by the blades. Here is happy. Favor..

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"roddick" Discussed on Savage Lovecast

Savage Lovecast

03:43 min | 2 years ago

"roddick" Discussed on Savage Lovecast

"And if there's something that he wants to do that you don't want to do you don't have to take the book game. And I was literally thinking I was going to suggest before you suggested it that the money he pays you because it's coming out of your joint funds be set aside and a special savings account for something that benefits you both like a bake -cation like meals out, and then this becomes not your husband pathetically paying for sex. It becomes this Roddick game that you have introduced to your more marital sex life that revives it and makes it sexy. Hopefully for both of you, obviously makes it sexy for you. This idea turns you on the last is you gotta dot and t's he got across is to make sure that this turns your husband on to. And then give it a try take that. Yes. For an answer and a p enjoys it and you enjoy it, and it makes you look forward to sex with your husband because now it's got this erotic structure that plays into your ultimate fantasy that doesn't sound like you've ever shared with him. Now's the time to share it with him. Again, yahtzee you win or you might win. I can't predict how this is going. A play out emotionally in the long term. But there's a chance here that you could have a big fat fucking yahtzee on your hands. Go for it. Okay. Before we get to your response calls some of the savage love casts tweets of the week. Marie tweets. Oh, my God girl with the ex partner with a Hitler moustache on hashtag savage. Love cast. I'm so delighted and relieved to hear that you broke up with that immature argumentative douchebag I almost called in last week. I was so annoyed. Yes. Clean your follow up. Call made me so happy you Murray and me and everyone else. Sad. Liberal tweets. Come on, Dan. If someone doesn't initiate conversations as often as someone wants, you shouldn't suggest their autistic before you suggest that they are an introvert or just not compatible with the caller these guys just want different levels of interaction. Hashtag savage love cast. Okay. That's fair. Maybe I should have discussed the possibility that the caller in this case. Partner wasn't very emotionally available to them was just an introvert or maybe not that into them. But you know, what? I don't think there's anything wrong with neuro diversity. And I don't think that there's anything necessarily pejorative or accusatory about suggesting that we keep in mind that some people might be on the spectrum, and that just might be an intrinsic part of their personality and not necessarily disqualified for love and relationships. But hey, that's just me McKinley heart tweets per usual. Dan, you made me look at something in a totally different way with all put more energy into unionizing Amazon workers and team if a ING more energy into those areas than invading someone's privacy, even if that someone is Jeff fucking basis, thanks for continuously rocking my world. You are welcome became Leonhard. Thank you for listening. If you want me to possibly read your tweet on a future episode of the savage love cast, be sure to use the hashtag savage love cast. And now some of your response calls. Hi, I'm calling about the guy in Gainesville. Who's dating engineer? And I just wanna say that. I'm. On the spectrum, and I've been married twenty years and most of them happily and my husband asked me years ago in some frustration like do you just want a relationship checklist? And I was like yes that is totally what I want. And so guy if you're just willing to give up the idea that this boyfriend will Intuit that you want him to text to in the morning, and you're just tell him I want you to text me in the morning, you write really open yourself up who are really happy relationship and tell them that what you want for dates or anything this make a damn checklist. And frankly, we tend to be really low drama people to have a relationship with..

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"roddick" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

04:18 min | 3 years ago

"roddick" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Andy. All right. Thanks donlevatar. Which are we making less of today? Nellie or Burkes? Stugatz. Although nilly for Tonga for Todd Todd. Oh, she's with a why my Nellie. My nanna was any L I E, which is the way to go. If you're a Nellie see i-it's look down on was throughout the name kingdom. VC's live with our show with his two guys on ESPN radio this audience likes its drug and crime dramas movies thrillers, or the television show the sopranos, which I think. Was the first or one of the first to turn evil characters into somehow characters that you were also rooting for. And it started a trend with Walter white and breaking bad across the wire. All of it started a trend where we were rooting for bad guys but David chase. There was just a marathon HBO of the sopranos because it really was show that changed HBO. And and change the way television was done well in some places, very artfully done, the creator, though had never said anything about the final and the the ending of the show which was very confusing and controversial to people because they wanted to be told how it ended and it ended with Tony soprano in a diner waiting for his family. And then they just went to black. And there were any number of people who are banging on the side of their television. Wondering that if the television went off at the worst possible. Time and David chase. What he's been reticent throughout to discuss any of this. He does art. And he let you make your decisions on. How it ended? But he was doing an interview with a couple of TV critics the other day, and he called it the death seat, and they came back and said to him do you realize that you called it to the death scene, and he called them a bad word like, so if you don't know Tony soprano died at the end spoiler alert. According to the creator David chase. I gotta be honest. I don't want. I get you know, the art, and I get hey, you get to you know, right up your own ending. I'd like to be told what the ending is. I don't want to guess what? The ending is supposed to be. I don't wanna make it up on my own. I want David chase to tell me. How the damn thing ends is that okay? My asking too much. I think most people are like you. I like when artists take creative liberties and leave it to the audience to decide what happened. I like an Igna if it's a season ending not if it's a series ending. And you know, you only have one chance to to say goodbye. And as Jerry Seinfeld found out if you end a great series badly, it's pretty much what people think about that series. That's not true. You talking about you think the what people remember about Seinfeld is the ending. I think one of the things they remember first and foremost is that a great series any badly and in the same with surprise ending. Was terrible on sopranos ending was not terrible. And seinfeld's not remembered as a terrible show is the end of the sopranos are where the creator is leaving it open to your nation, or is he leaving the door open for possibly a movie or a spin. He hasn't made in the fifteen years. He's not going to now. He's he's lost one of his pivotal act. And by the way, I never said that people remember Seinfeld as a bad series. What I said is when you think of the Seinfeld show one of the things you think is how badly it ended. How just horrifically awful and famously awful the end the end was I'm going back. Greg up on that when when that Seinfeld series finale, aired for the longest on for years afterward and left a bad taste in a lot of people's mouths now over time, it's been two decades since that thing aired and through the, you know, the the reruns and all that people forgotten about that. But he's right for the at least until two thousand will really frustrated by that ending right? I don't think chase left it open for a movie Billy because he would have done the movie ready. And now, we can't do the movie I think it was just being lazy finished. What you started artful is what I would say he was going..

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"roddick" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

04:18 min | 3 years ago

"roddick" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Andy. All right. Thanks donlevatar. Which are we making less of today? Nellie or Burkes? Stugatz. Although nilly for Tonga for Todd Todd. Oh, she's with a why my Nellie. My nanna was any L I E, which is the way to go. If you're a Nellie see i-it's look down on was throughout the name kingdom. VC's live with our show with his two guys on ESPN radio this audience likes its drug and crime dramas movies thrillers, or the television show the sopranos, which I think. Was the first or one of the first to turn evil characters into somehow characters that you were also rooting for. And it started a trend with Walter white and breaking bad across the wire. All of it started a trend where we were rooting for bad guys but David chase. There was just a marathon HBO of the sopranos because it really was show that changed HBO. And and change the way television was done well in some places, very artfully done, the creator, though had never said anything about the final and the the ending of the show which was very confusing and controversial to people because they wanted to be told how it ended and it ended with Tony soprano in a diner waiting for his family. And then they just went to black. And there were any number of people who are banging on the side of their television. Wondering that if the television went off at the worst possible. Time and David chase. What he's been reticent throughout to discuss any of this. He does art. And he let you make your decisions on. How it ended? But he was doing an interview with a couple of TV critics the other day, and he called it the death seat, and they came back and said to him do you realize that you called it to the death scene, and he called them a bad word like, so if you don't know Tony soprano died at the end spoiler alert. According to the creator David chase. I gotta be honest. I don't want. I get you know, the art, and I get hey, you get to you know, right up your own ending. I'd like to be told what the ending is. I don't want to guess what? The ending is supposed to be. I don't wanna make it up on my own. I want David chase to tell me. How the damn thing ends is that okay? My asking too much. I think most people are like you. I like when artists take creative liberties and leave it to the audience to decide what happened. I like an Igna if it's a season ending not if it's a series ending. And you know, you only have one chance to to say goodbye. And as Jerry Seinfeld found out if you end a great series badly, it's pretty much what people think about that series. That's not true. You talking about you think the what people remember about Seinfeld is the ending. I think one of the things they remember first and foremost is that a great series any badly and in the same with surprise ending. Was terrible on sopranos ending was not terrible. And seinfeld's not remembered as a terrible show is the end of the sopranos are where the creator is leaving it open to your nation, or is he leaving the door open for possibly a movie or a spin. He hasn't made in the fifteen years. He's not going to now. He's he's lost one of his pivotal act. And by the way, I never said that people remember Seinfeld as a bad series. What I said is when you think of the Seinfeld show one of the things you think is how badly it ended. How just horrifically awful and famously awful the end the end was I'm going back. Greg up on that when when that Seinfeld series finale, aired for the longest on for years afterward and left a bad taste in a lot of people's mouths now over time, it's been two decades since that thing aired and through the, you know, the the reruns and all that people forgotten about that. But he's right for the at least until two thousand will really frustrated by that ending right? I don't think chase left it open for a movie Billy because he would have done the movie ready. And now, we can't do the movie I think it was just being lazy finished. What you started artful is what I would say he was going..

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"roddick" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

03:36 min | 3 years ago

"roddick" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Dot com Andy Roddick with us on ESPN radio any NFL playoffs going on. And and as a kid you played tennis against a certain quarterback. And I wondered if you could give us a scouting report on on how good he was. Yeah. Drew brees. Good thing. He didn't he didn't end up playing tennis. But he, you know, we played it, even I think he was thirteen and I was nine I was kind of played up, and I wanna say that I lost to him the first two times that we played and then I'd beat him, and he quit. The move by him drew Brees quitter or you're. You're welcome football. Yeah. But he could save forever that he's beaten Andy Roddick, it's NS. You know, what's amazing is like guarantee he'll make the Super Bowl this year and Nolan third. My name and eight years and again, drew Brees. You know, the great Oliver. I'd ask you beat Andy Roddick attentive. Andy Roddick with us on ESPN radio. What do you remember about hosting Saturday Night Live? I remember. So before you actually, do the the the real show, there's like a full two hour run three where you do, you know, the full wigs, and it's basically do the show before the cell, and I remember walking into the dressing room after I had bombed the rehearsal, and my buddy was waiting there for me, and he had a six pack, and he goes he goes, well, it's not gonna get any worse. You might as well. And that was that. And so how many beers? Did you have before going out there? The next time. Enough. What do you remember about being punked? You know, what I remember about that? I remember that. So I got stuck on the this landslide situation in California. And I was only there for like one day. I was in and out. I think I had to do, you know, one of the talk shows at night, and I remember it was like all this construction workers, and they let us through, but they wouldn't let us out. But I remember the the lady who is working construction gates like less throw initially. She didn't really look like a lady that would be working construction. You know, she was sort of like five seven like one hundred twenty two pounds. And that was like a I mean, that's that's a it doesn't seem like my like, my uncle rob did construction. He didn't look like her. That was a little weird. And then we got stuck, and you know, that was up any I've been telling Dan for years me, and our producer Mike have been Talladega for years that no one wants to play John is ner that if you have if you draw John is ner you have to be prepared to play for days 'cause isn't it will play for days for as long as he needs to play on work. What was your reaction when you saw your next match was John is ner. Well, it's weird though because you play long, but the points don't laugh at longer than two shots ever. So it's kind of like, you're just busy. It'd be like if you're if you're in baseball if you just walked from the warm up to the on deck circle took three pitches and then walk back. It wouldn't be bad. But you're just you're just out there. You can't get signed back. It's just boring. It's just boring. It's not even exercise is what you're saying. Hit like I wish back in the day. I would have had like a Fitbit. I could've thought like track my steps or done something. You know, the end is like no reason to play the games out. Just go to tiebreaker and play that makes it to you. Do you hate the way tennis is gone in terms of rewarding that kind of game because I can't be fun for the spectator. I actually think it's gone..

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"roddick" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

03:36 min | 3 years ago

"roddick" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Dot com Andy Roddick with us on ESPN radio any NFL playoffs going on. And and as a kid you played tennis against a certain quarterback. And I wondered if you could give us a scouting report on on how good he was. Yeah. Drew brees. Good thing. He didn't he didn't end up playing tennis. But he, you know, we played it, even I think he was thirteen and I was nine I was kind of played up, and I wanna say that I lost to him the first two times that we played and then I'd beat him, and he quit. The move by him drew Brees quitter or you're. You're welcome football. Yeah. But he could save forever that he's beaten Andy Roddick, it's NS. You know, what's amazing is like guarantee he'll make the Super Bowl this year and Nolan third. My name and eight years and again, drew Brees. You know, the great Oliver. I'd ask you beat Andy Roddick attentive. Andy Roddick with us on ESPN radio. What do you remember about hosting Saturday Night Live? I remember. So before you actually, do the the the real show, there's like a full two hour run three where you do, you know, the full wigs, and it's basically do the show before the cell, and I remember walking into the dressing room after I had bombed the rehearsal, and my buddy was waiting there for me, and he had a six pack, and he goes he goes, well, it's not gonna get any worse. You might as well. And that was that. And so how many beers? Did you have before going out there? The next time. Enough. What do you remember about being punked? You know, what I remember about that? I remember that. So I got stuck on the this landslide situation in California. And I was only there for like one day. I was in and out. I think I had to do, you know, one of the talk shows at night, and I remember it was like all this construction workers, and they let us through, but they wouldn't let us out. But I remember the the lady who is working construction gates like less throw initially. She didn't really look like a lady that would be working construction. You know, she was sort of like five seven like one hundred twenty two pounds. And that was like a I mean, that's that's a it doesn't seem like my like, my uncle rob did construction. He didn't look like her. That was a little weird. And then we got stuck, and you know, that was up any I've been telling Dan for years me, and our producer Mike have been Talladega for years that no one wants to play John is ner that if you have if you draw John is ner you have to be prepared to play for days 'cause isn't it will play for days for as long as he needs to play on work. What was your reaction when you saw your next match was John is ner. Well, it's weird though because you play long, but the points don't laugh at longer than two shots ever. So it's kind of like, you're just busy. It'd be like if you're if you're in baseball if you just walked from the warm up to the on deck circle took three pitches and then walk back. It wouldn't be bad. But you're just you're just out there. You can't get signed back. It's just boring. It's just boring. It's not even exercise is what you're saying. Hit like I wish back in the day. I would have had like a Fitbit. I could've thought like track my steps or done something. You know, the end is like no reason to play the games out. Just go to tiebreaker and play that makes it to you. Do you hate the way tennis is gone in terms of rewarding that kind of game because I can't be fun for the spectator. I actually think it's gone..

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"roddick" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

03:11 min | 3 years ago

"roddick" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Because there's such great American foods. Andy. It's I'm sitting here shaking my head only because I've traveled up out of America. And that's the rest of the world thinks too. Yes. So he's been a symbol for American of roll-on time. You you go everywhere representing American other countries. Does that go always? Well, probably not right. It's it's it's not the best. If that's what we're we're. We're claiming as our best and brightest. He couldn't have thrown a Chick-fil-A nugget or like, you know, just some a little class. What what is Andy Roddick if he could have ever gotten fat during his playing days eating something? What would it have been like, what would have been the food that would have been your weakness? Mexican food would be I'm I'm from from Texas, and I rarely say no to caso. Why are you such a Brassica fan? I was born in Nebraska, you know, so we got we got he's got he's got them playing a little bit. It was a rough start to the season. We played hard the whole life. You you grew up with Serena Williams, right? You've known her for a long time. That's why I thought I thought you went to prep school here. Did you not? I was in fort. Yeah. So I was in south Florida. Which is where Rick Macy tennis academy was wenches where Serena went on she moved from competent. So we've we've known each other since we were probably nine years old. What what is most amazing about her? It's it's just insane. Like, you know to see this girl that used to play on the court next to kind of all the time, and you know, people kind of see Serena's, she's this iconic figure in can kinda create attention. But, you know, seeing her nine ten years old practicing eight ten hours a day and just. I it's it's just amazing to kinda see where she's going in the world has fourth. I mean, she's on the amount Rushmore sporting figures in this country and Clovelly tennis is so lonely, Andy it's so repetitive. So monotonous, I think it's why it burns out its young. How is it? Not burned her out. I think it's weird. I'll tell a story it was like two thousand seven and she think played one or two events that year. And I remember having a conversation out loud where I'm like, listen you have to maximize every day you have to get up. You have to work you have to straighten. I just I was like I just don't think she's get enough out of it. You know and and fast forward five years. I'm burned out. I'm done and she's still playing because she played a smarter schedule. The at any you surprise. I mean, you knew growing up. So you washed are you surprised though that she turned out because I don't think many people had this. That's the Rena turn out to be better than Venus. It. You know, what's crazy is that like e okay, you can better than Venus. But you imagine being second in your family and tennis and you have five Wimbledon title. I come from a group of farmers, right? Five wimbledon. Well. The New York open February ninth through the seventeenth long island's Nassau Coliseum. Tickets information, go to New York open.

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"roddick" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

03:11 min | 3 years ago

"roddick" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Because there's such great American foods. Andy. It's I'm sitting here shaking my head only because I've traveled up out of America. And that's the rest of the world thinks too. Yes. So he's been a symbol for American of roll-on time. You you go everywhere representing American other countries. Does that go always? Well, probably not right. It's it's it's not the best. If that's what we're we're. We're claiming as our best and brightest. He couldn't have thrown a Chick-fil-A nugget or like, you know, just some a little class. What what is Andy Roddick if he could have ever gotten fat during his playing days eating something? What would it have been like, what would have been the food that would have been your weakness? Mexican food would be I'm I'm from from Texas, and I rarely say no to caso. Why are you such a Brassica fan? I was born in Nebraska, you know, so we got we got he's got he's got them playing a little bit. It was a rough start to the season. We played hard the whole life. You you grew up with Serena Williams, right? You've known her for a long time. That's why I thought I thought you went to prep school here. Did you not? I was in fort. Yeah. So I was in south Florida. Which is where Rick Macy tennis academy was wenches where Serena went on she moved from competent. So we've we've known each other since we were probably nine years old. What what is most amazing about her? It's it's just insane. Like, you know to see this girl that used to play on the court next to kind of all the time, and you know, people kind of see Serena's, she's this iconic figure in can kinda create attention. But, you know, seeing her nine ten years old practicing eight ten hours a day and just. I it's it's just amazing to kinda see where she's going in the world has fourth. I mean, she's on the amount Rushmore sporting figures in this country and Clovelly tennis is so lonely, Andy it's so repetitive. So monotonous, I think it's why it burns out its young. How is it? Not burned her out. I think it's weird. I'll tell a story it was like two thousand seven and she think played one or two events that year. And I remember having a conversation out loud where I'm like, listen you have to maximize every day you have to get up. You have to work you have to straighten. I just I was like I just don't think she's get enough out of it. You know and and fast forward five years. I'm burned out. I'm done and she's still playing because she played a smarter schedule. The at any you surprise. I mean, you knew growing up. So you washed are you surprised though that she turned out because I don't think many people had this. That's the Rena turn out to be better than Venus. It. You know, what's crazy is that like e okay, you can better than Venus. But you imagine being second in your family and tennis and you have five Wimbledon title. I come from a group of farmers, right? Five wimbledon. Well. The New York open February ninth through the seventeenth long island's Nassau Coliseum. Tickets information, go to New York open.

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"roddick" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"roddick" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"He's got that beard that makes him a novelty and on top of that he got to game seven last year, but hardens reputation is not of winning. It's not imagine if Durant Westbrook. And and we're still together you think they would have grown into a super team that would have necessitated any of these other super teams. Do you think von Miller is a superstar? I think he's a household name. He's from Denver. I don't think in football. You can be a household name superstar unless you're a quarterback because you gotta get the commercials. You've got to be the one who transcends with Ellen's crowd dancing with the start. My mom knows who von Miller is on that helps that kind of thing. It's not because he's in football. It's because they do things like go on dancing with the stars. So Denver's had to they've had outweigh and Tiba. Is it indeed dancing with the stars? They're usually Bela celebrities, aren't they what what is the best celebrity to have ever been on dancing with the stars. Like the most notable of celebrities because I've always felt like dancing with the stars isn't actually with stars. I think Kim crash did like an early dancing with the stars. And cheese. I mean, would you say Kim credentials into star, Dan? Yes, I would Billy. Thank you. Go ahead and turn off your microphone now. I mean. These she'll aim free time for some. That I'm just lashing out. Because of the mistake I made the beginning of the segment I'm lashing out in every direction off light with five dollars. I I really did. Honestly, I I agree with you what other penalties would you like to administer? I will take them because of the nature of the mistake. Would you like to double the fine? I we'll take a doubled fine. Donlevatar anybody? Remember, the late sixties singer Oliver. He had a couple of hits including good morning Starshine that guy he is the brother of ACC Commissioner John swallow offered. Stugatz. You.

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"roddick" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"roddick" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"He's got that beard that makes him a novelty and on top of that he got to game seven last year, but hardens reputation is not of winning. It's not imagine if Durant Westbrook. And and we're still together you think they would have grown into a super team that would have necessitated any of these other super teams. Do you think von Miller is a superstar? I think he's a household name. He's from Denver. I don't think in football. You can be a household name superstar unless you're a quarterback because you gotta get the commercials. You've got to be the one who transcends with Ellen's crowd dancing with the start. My mom knows who von Miller is on that helps that kind of thing. It's not because he's in football. It's because they do things like go on dancing with the stars. So Denver's had to they've had outweigh and Tiba. Is it indeed dancing with the stars? They're usually Bela celebrities, aren't they what what is the best celebrity to have ever been on dancing with the stars. Like the most notable of celebrities because I've always felt like dancing with the stars isn't actually with stars. I think Kim crash did like an early dancing with the stars. And cheese. I mean, would you say Kim credentials into star, Dan? Yes, I would Billy. Thank you. Go ahead and turn off your microphone now. I mean. These she'll aim free time for some. That I'm just lashing out. Because of the mistake I made the beginning of the segment I'm lashing out in every direction off light with five dollars. I I really did. Honestly, I I agree with you what other penalties would you like to administer? I will take them because of the nature of the mistake. Would you like to double the fine? I we'll take a doubled fine. Donlevatar anybody? Remember, the late sixties singer Oliver. He had a couple of hits including good morning Starshine that guy he is the brother of ACC Commissioner John swallow offered. Stugatz. You.

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"roddick" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

03:57 min | 3 years ago

"roddick" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Then you have the big moments in big situations, and you grow into a superstar. How does do Steph nurtured because this this becomes hard when people are from a different country. We've seen it in baseball a lot with the Magog Cabrera's and the Vladimir Guerrero, you never get to really know him because they're not speaking your language. Well, enough now jerk speaks English and just took out Iman Shumpert in a way that was funny. But what I'm asking you is this. Denver has the best record in the Western Conference. That dude is completely unstoppable. In every way and versatile in ways, we've never seen of someone that size that's MVP worthy. So far like what we've seen from that, dude? And what I'm asking. You is what needs to happen to make him a superstar. Does he have to beat the warriors? You're talking about joke. Each network is on the blazers. Oh, my bed. I'm sorry. Oh that That is. is a big one. That is a big one. That's probably the biggest of fines. I'm sorry. I was talking about jerky proof positive that. He's not quite ready to be a star yet. If the people who are alleged to be experts, even though I'm not one can't get his name. Right. I think you just merged the name jerk each mean. Well, not only did I merge the names. This is the other thing. I did. Right. Because it doesn't make any sense that the joker would be coming after Shumpert. It was nurtured that went after Shumpert, right? But the question stands, though, the Denver Broncos are the the Denver Nuggets are the number one team in the conference there. The number one team in the conference. There are surprise. Yes. And when you're a surprise and your most valuable player comes out of nowhere. Generally, we salute you for the winning. We give you the credit for the winning. So my question both of you is what does this dude have to do in order to? Transcend and become a basketball star because he might be an all-star without being a star. Right. And he's really I mean, he's such a great player at twenty points a game like, ten rebounds, eight assists. I think Dan, it's what you said like he has to go on a run in the Western Conference playoffs and probably get past the Golden State Warriors for people to recognize because that's a big stage. No one's watching Denver Nuggets basketball. But they'll all be watching when Denver plays Golden State. And if you could beat that team that a lot of people will take them a lot more serious. Can't really do it without the winning. Anthony Davis has been trying. You can't do it unless there's winning. Anthony Davis remains somebody who might be recognizable. But is largely a regional star. Anthony Davis is the guy who walks into most places that aren't sports savvy, and because of his size people are like who is that right versus. I know who that is. And so I'm asking you guys. Is it just beating the warriors? Like winning around the fastball isn't going to do it right now. I think it's beating the warriors are playing with LeBron. This is why I ask you the question. Derrick rose Karl Anthony towns, call Derrick rose, a legend the other day. I don't know if Derrick rose is a legend or not a legend. I do know that the way that he got to MVP over LeBron is winning sixty games during the regular season. Even though that season he wasn't better than LeBron. This dude is doing things for Denver that none of us had any sport that produces very few surprises. There's too few MVP candidates in the NBA for somebody like that to get in the club. You know, you start with LeBron Durant. And now James harden. He's got a strike against him playing for Denver. I don't think any Denver athlete since John Elway has made a national imprint outside of his his market. That's a great point. I mean, you have hard and doing what he's doing. The exact same time. I mean, it's ridiculous James. No. But harden has a handful of very easy advantages. He dated a car dash in..

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"roddick" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

03:57 min | 3 years ago

"roddick" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Then you have the big moments in big situations, and you grow into a superstar. How does do Steph nurtured because this this becomes hard when people are from a different country. We've seen it in baseball a lot with the Magog Cabrera's and the Vladimir Guerrero, you never get to really know him because they're not speaking your language. Well, enough now jerk speaks English and just took out Iman Shumpert in a way that was funny. But what I'm asking you is this. Denver has the best record in the Western Conference. That dude is completely unstoppable. In every way and versatile in ways, we've never seen of someone that size that's MVP worthy. So far like what we've seen from that, dude? And what I'm asking. You is what needs to happen to make him a superstar. Does he have to beat the warriors? You're talking about joke. Each network is on the blazers. Oh, my bed. I'm sorry. Oh that That is. is a big one. That is a big one. That's probably the biggest of fines. I'm sorry. I was talking about jerky proof positive that. He's not quite ready to be a star yet. If the people who are alleged to be experts, even though I'm not one can't get his name. Right. I think you just merged the name jerk each mean. Well, not only did I merge the names. This is the other thing. I did. Right. Because it doesn't make any sense that the joker would be coming after Shumpert. It was nurtured that went after Shumpert, right? But the question stands, though, the Denver Broncos are the the Denver Nuggets are the number one team in the conference there. The number one team in the conference. There are surprise. Yes. And when you're a surprise and your most valuable player comes out of nowhere. Generally, we salute you for the winning. We give you the credit for the winning. So my question both of you is what does this dude have to do in order to? Transcend and become a basketball star because he might be an all-star without being a star. Right. And he's really I mean, he's such a great player at twenty points a game like, ten rebounds, eight assists. I think Dan, it's what you said like he has to go on a run in the Western Conference playoffs and probably get past the Golden State Warriors for people to recognize because that's a big stage. No one's watching Denver Nuggets basketball. But they'll all be watching when Denver plays Golden State. And if you could beat that team that a lot of people will take them a lot more serious. Can't really do it without the winning. Anthony Davis has been trying. You can't do it unless there's winning. Anthony Davis remains somebody who might be recognizable. But is largely a regional star. Anthony Davis is the guy who walks into most places that aren't sports savvy, and because of his size people are like who is that right versus. I know who that is. And so I'm asking you guys. Is it just beating the warriors? Like winning around the fastball isn't going to do it right now. I think it's beating the warriors are playing with LeBron. This is why I ask you the question. Derrick rose Karl Anthony towns, call Derrick rose, a legend the other day. I don't know if Derrick rose is a legend or not a legend. I do know that the way that he got to MVP over LeBron is winning sixty games during the regular season. Even though that season he wasn't better than LeBron. This dude is doing things for Denver that none of us had any sport that produces very few surprises. There's too few MVP candidates in the NBA for somebody like that to get in the club. You know, you start with LeBron Durant. And now James harden. He's got a strike against him playing for Denver. I don't think any Denver athlete since John Elway has made a national imprint outside of his his market. That's a great point. I mean, you have hard and doing what he's doing. The exact same time. I mean, it's ridiculous James. No. But harden has a handful of very easy advantages. He dated a car dash in..

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"roddick" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

03:28 min | 3 years ago

"roddick" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

"That's you know, I'm not saying it's a Roddick, but it certainly bodywork. Nobody's like well. They were probably massage. There's nothing. Cidre is like doctors and dentists, right? So like interest. No one's like what happened to you? As a kid that you became like into this high risk, shoving you're gloved hands into somebody's mouth interesting. But you wanted to. Saw an interview with you where you talked about wanting to be a porn star. Is I to use the right terms for constellation is fine as well constellation constellations. So that's so second. Constellation means what no I was just joking. I know you are. But Joe stars like a more than just a star. Oh. That's so funny. Can I relate to you and weird way? This is so stupid. But I love common ground. I don't like being called a comic. I'm like, I'm a comedian. I do anything. That's funny. I see isn't that weird. I know it's not quite get it. But I'm like don't call me a comic because like I worked for chicken fingers. I know the bartenders that club. Did it always bother you? I just never wanted to be in a in a box when I started nothing would please me more than for someone to call me. Right. Yeah. Right. But then when you start realizing that you like doing sketchy like doing improv like acting writing like just want to be a comedian. But isn't it weird that the labels that we even give ourselves can either be self liberating or self limiting well here it Suchy problem? Right. Like if you're doing improv and stand up, you know, what I mean like those divisions are so intent and then you wanna do like podcasts. But maybe it has some political content. Right pundit. I can't imagine. Because people go will your point star. I mean that happened to you when you wanted to speak that college they're like, well, you the porn star. Yeah. You know what? I mean. Yeah. I think you do it happened to you. Yeah. I yeah. I mean, so first of all porn is like the word porn like cops being called cops. I like the word porn. We're okay. I think it's great. I mean, adult performer sounds like someone like juggling dildos sounds like. Exactly. But porn. Yeah. Short for pornography. Obviously. Are I forgot what I was gonna say keep going you're gonna say sex workers something about. Yeah. Thank you. Yeah. You have your own podcast. Go ahead. Con go ahead. Okay. So I knew I think you going to ask about determine if I say your sex worker, I'm assuming you're having agreed upon sex from a or or some sort of relief massage that involves a happy. Good. Good term like right now people use the term a lot because they wanna talk about sex work in terms of labor rights, so using the word worker in their helpful. Although I also see that there's a little problem in that. Because people can then just do the respectability politics of only talking about labor rights and not talking about or thinking about sex at all that becomes a problem. But it's better. But is better. Yes, you definitely need both. But it's better at least if we're working on the labor rights for sexual favors talk about whatever you want. I understand the labor rights. What do you think needs to be included in the conversation when we say, yeah. The sex part of the sex part. So I understand that you want to be like these people need health insurance. They need fair pay. Yeah. It's the same thing as it were..

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