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The 'Berries and Cream' Trend on TikTok, Explained
"Just in case. You haven't seen this yet. We're talking about a kind of creepy kind of charming little dancing ladd. Who sings about berries and cream and has completely endorse old tick-tock. Well that little ad is obviously benny from the boxcar children. Benny one of the bucks for children has a very big obsession with berries and cream. Much like all of our listeners. Here's a note from maria says okay. I've not been on and maybe a day and a half and now everything is berries. Increase cream slush. Little ad helped that spelled h. a. l. p. i feel like i'm too old for tick-tock yet still young enough to use that spelling help maria. That's that's a really excellent way to describe microgeneration halley by email said. Please help me with the little lad. Why is it over my sap. What does it mean is it a simple of our collective spiral into madness. All these questions are very pressing meet wants us to explain why they saw the berries and chromatic talk wants two weeks ago and now therefore you pages berries and cream mashed up with my chemical romance and mariah carey and frankly before we go any further. Now that i know it exists. I simply need to hear what berries and cream and mariah carey mashed up sounds like berries and cream knew it was coming. It's still brought me joy. That's the thing about these mashups. Is that whenever you see them on your sap it's always someone being like. Who made this audio and so you know something is coming and yet. It's always just a delightful little
Officials Urge Killing of Invasive Spotted Lanternfly
"If you live on the east coast of the us especially in new york or pennsylvania and see a visually striking spotted lantern fly. The state governments would like you to forget any humane ideas about carefully moving it from one spot to another and instead to immediately kill it the spotted lantern fly is an invasive pest that is not native to the us and apparently is threatening to over seventy of the plant species that feeds on feeds on meaning draining sap and leaving them weakened and vulnerable to disease among those species. Is the atlantis autism or tree of heaven which the new york times points out is best known as the tree from betty. Smith's nineteen forty-three novel. A tree grows in brooklyn but this pernicious beast who has delicate grey wings spotted in black with a bonus set of bright red wings also spotted with black underneath. I arrived in the us from asia seven years ago and entered new york city last year. During the pandemic environmentalists ecologists are encouraging people to kill the bugs site because they have no natural predators here and no organic pesticides that can take them out here. New york the department of agriculture is additionally asking people to submit the location where you found the lantern fly on their website in pennsylvania. If you're caught moving the insect from one location to another you could be fined. Abort from the destruction these little lantern flies could cause on native species. Governments are being so intense because they know that the lantern flies are quite striking. They're not the kind of bug most people would want to kill. Unlike some other invasive species like the asian longhorn beetle that caused a massive deforestation throughout new york in the late nineties. According to the new york times
Historic All-Teen Women's Final Caps an Open Defined by Young Star Power
"Amerada. Keanu is that good hits the backhand with ease when she has time to set on the forehand lookout can change directions off both wings is fluid out of her. Corners is a reluctant but competent. Volleyer more than fine. She just the way. She springs her legs into the serve. The way she keeps her back swings condensed on the return of serve. She can do it all and so again when we look at this matchup for rod kanye moving forward in the final against leyla fernandez. Two players playing with house money. And i posited this theory and this worming to end the show. Because i gotta go do some knoxville stuff. So i do apologize again for the lack of complete Analysis like we've had on some of her past recaps but it's interesting to note you know the players ages twenty two to twenty eight. They grew up watching caroline. Wozniacki reach world number one but just take lump after lump in the grand slams and just you know again have to deal with the pressure and the narrative of the pressure over and over again until she broke through. Same deal with simona hal. Made what three four grand slam finals before. She was able to capture her first title. And you just see you know. Repeatedly players like please give who in her prime and was at the top of the game win so many of these players were watching the sport closely sheesh struggled with the pressures and i think too you know. The players sap lincoln older the benches of the world that socrates of the world. They think they're supposed to struggle with the pressures and they put this additional pressure on themselves because they say well. That's what the orcs always been. That's always been the narrative and while. I'm less certain of that. Half of my theory theory when i am very certain of is. That's not the case with fernandez. That's not the case with rodney keanu. That's not the case with coco goff. They grew up in the wild west air
World Series of Poker to Require Players' Proof of COVID-19 Vaccination
"World series of poker as we speculated in past episodes in the last episode didn't in fact announce that they are going to require that all attendees as far as spectators and players are going to be required to show proof of a covert nineteen vaccination. This does not apply to their dealers in staff will get into that a little bit. But what do you make of this. I mean we kind of saw this coming on like you said. I mean we speculated on last week we both kinda new but couldn't really say at the time so it was no surprise to us to see this. Listen i think the world series has to be concerned with limiting their kind of liability. And so they're just going to take the the safest measures that can the safest approach that they can possibly make it and in that is saying. Hey if you wanna be here at the world series of poker as a player or as a spectator or as a media member we're gonna require proof of vaccination now we also will require the use a amass remember. Chad said over the last couple of weeks that in nevada the governor had input option for large scale events. If those events require proof of vaccination you can eliminate the mass requirement. And i thought maybe the doors open for world series to do the same now. I saw that. Daniel talked a little bit on twitter about this very rule and it does not apply to gaming at least not yet so that would be impossible even at the world series is considered to be a quote unquote large scale event. It's not like a concert or a sporting event and gaming just does not have that ability at least not yet to go mascow. So i know that. We're most likely headed george masks for the sap it could remove the mandate in nevada. That's not likely they could consider gaming in large capacities and in that might be somewhat likely but as far as proof of vaccination for players is concerned. I'm not surprised that the world series went this route. And i don't think you're that surprised. Either i mean you were the first to say this was weeks ago. That wfan might might fire this option off. Ed seem the writing was on the wall to me. With what the raiders. Were doing in the nfl. You know that kind of set the precedent and it seemed like doing this. We're just solve all the wbz's issues as far as tracing testing and things like
What Falling Yields Tell Us About the Market
"We start off with a roller coaster ride for the market. The sap closing well off its lows of the day but still snapping a seven day winning streak the dow dropping more than two hundred points while the nasdaq eked out a new record. The move comes as rates crater the yield on the ten year treasury falling to the lowest level since late february so what are yields telling us about the market here. Dan what do you think. I think they're telling you. The expectations got way too high at some point in q. Two for the economy the economy for the reopening for the global reflation the fact that there was going to be in some way kind of all happened at the same time. And then we're gonna get kinda of pre pandemic levels and start to think about valuations on a normalized basis post pandemic and you listen. We've been talking about this. I feels like every night since late. March the bond market sniffed it out the bond market stiffed out that maybe the fed is right at least in the near term about inflation. Maybe some of these pressures being transitory. Then maybe second half growth is not going to be is rip roaring as a lot of expectations based on. I have i just make one last point the last time the ten year. Us treasury yield like you said mel was at one point. Three five percents. That was in late february. You know the s and p five hundred thirty nine fifty so at some point the stock market really liked the idea of rates being able to go up normalized to some degree. It may not like him if they go too low. But what happens if it means that we entered into the pandemic in a deflationary environment. That's more negative and worrisome for the overall markets than any type of inflation spike that we saw even if it was transferred
The Freezation of Pam McGee
"The freeze ation of pam mcgee. There are strange things done in the mid day sun by those who searched for spoil the desert sands have their hidden plans. That would set your blood to boil. The pharaohs tombs have seen strange dooms but the strangest they did ever see. Was that day on the edge of oasis hedge. I froze up old pam. Mcgee now pam mcgee was from kittery where the snowfall blasts and blows why. She left home from the north to roam around the desert. No one knows she was always hot but the endless thought of gold held her in spell though she'd often say in her brazen way she'd sooner swim a well. Well it all happened. Because i was her captain. We joined up after the war. We figured a duo could find their way through. All the desert may have in store with camel stout us to set out to search the sands for wealth and like a crown. The son weighed down and tried to sap our health one. Summer's day we tracked are way over the dawson. Pass talk of heat through son or sheet. It burned like boiling gas in an open. I rough sand would fly until we couldn't see it wasn't fun but the only one to gripe was pam mcgee and as it rose the sun imposed a dreadful pressing fire the canteens mon dry as a bone. We feared that we'd expire and though it felt we'd begun to melt. Our goal was still ahead. We'd reach the edge of oasis hedge or else we'd both be dead and that very noon like pebble-strewn. We struggled in the sand. The camels fed sun overhead. We staggered stripped and tanned. Pam turned to me and cap says she. I'm all cashed in. i guess. And when. I'm through i'm asking you please grant one last request. She seemed so low that i couldn't say no. Then she rasped out in a moan. It's the curse it heat. It's got me beat. I'm melting skin and bone.
The Freezation of Pam McGee
"The freeze ation of pam mcgee. There are strange things done in the mid day sun by those who searched for spoil the desert sands have their hidden plans. That would set your blood to boil the pharaoh's tombs have seen strange dooms but the strangest they did ever see was that day on the edge of oasis hedge. I froze up old pam mcgee now. Panicky was from kittery where the snowfall blasts and blows why she left home from the north to roam around the desert. No one knows she was always haute but the endless thought of gold held her in spell though she'd often say in her brazen way she'd sooner sooner swim a well well. It all happened. Because i was her. Captain we joined up after the war. We figured a duo could find their way through. All the desert may have in store with camels stout us to set out to search the sands for wealth and like a crown. The son weighed down and tried to sap our health one. Summer's day. We tracked our way over the dawson. Pass talk of heat through son or sheet. It burned like boiling gas in an open eye. Rough sand would fly until we couldn't see it wasn't fun but the only one to gripe was pam mcgee and as it rose the sun imposed a dreadful pressing fire. The canteens mon dry as a bone. We feared that we'd expire and though it felt we'd begun to melt. Our goal was still ahead. We've reached the edge of a waste hedge or else we'd both be dead
Austrian GP Qualifying Report
"Qualifying the australian grand prix gave us a show. Ending with max. Stop with yet another pole position and starting alongside him on the front very smart will be none other than landowners. Who had a fantastic session today. Sergio perez loaded into with the mercedes drivers training in fourth and fifth after they were unable to improve in that final key. Three laps as was the case. In last weekend's grand prix the sap inset poll on his first run in the final part of qualifying norris had been second off the opening runs and held onto take his best career. Qualifying spot peres jumped to third with his final lap which bumped hamilton brought us down as neither driver went faster on my second attempt in q. Three they were followed by the alpha. Towery papier as and yuki sonoda with sebastian vessel. Taking eight but he now faces a post qualifying investigation for appearing to impede fernando alonzo at the end of q. To george russell to ca- sensational ninth for williams in his fescue three appearance for the team. Which a call through to the final part of qualifying for the fast time. Since the twenty eighteen italian grand prix russell had anyone attempting kitri but managed to beat launched. Show to ninth place. An impressively managed to qualify on the medium compounds. The ferrari stayed on the medium ties throughout q two but with knocked out by russia's final effort call signs lead charlotte in eleventh while daniel ricardo was unable to find enough time on his final run and ended up that team.
Apple Auto Download Bug Results in Lower Downloads
"Feel seeing loa download numbers from apple podcasts. You'll not alone. There's an auto download bug in iowa. Fourteen point six apple says listening is unaffected and it'll be fixed say apple with a software update and good on them for being open. One podcast hosts tells pod news. That only started in late. May two hosts. We've spoken to report a twenty-seven percent drop in apple downloads. Month on month podcast. Publishers have contacted us reporting similar now since apple accounts for about forty percent of all downloads. The industry might see an overall eleven percent drop in june that translates to a seven point. Seven million dollar loss in ad revenue. It will be fixed of course but because the podcast sap is constantly operating system in needs to wait for the next ios update
What Makes Bixby Different with Roger Kibbe From Viv Labs
"This labs is the brain behind samsung bitty. Roger has worked in voice and conversational. Ai strategy execution for quite some time he up some really great points about contextual awareness talked about how big these different from our competition really i think. Two primary ways one we're inherently multi-modal into focus on devices that are not smart speakers all devices that big is currently on have screens. The this means is that when you're building bixby capsule capsules white collar boy sap lexical skills gocha qasem actions. You're building a multi modal experience. Matter of fact you need to. I think there's a lot of voice assistance. Sue have kinda rich support for graphics and multimodality and come out but also on the input with dixie. So if you're asking for input at dixie on the i you can have a form you can have a slider ican buttons. You could interact with it via the screen or your voice really depending on contractually contractually. What works best for you in that situation. I mean i love voice but sometimes tapping button on a screen is better than speaking to things. so it gives you that capability. I love smart speakers. I have smart speakers in my house all over the place. I think they're great. I think we've done wonders with them in industry but if we're going to grow as an industry we're going to kind of move beyond the smart speaker when i mean by that is there's a whole group of people who would never go out and buy a smart speaker but they certainly might go out of by samsung tv and then they bring it home. Knock out this is cool. I can talk to my technology. And now you have a new voice consumer who's now talking to a device. It didn't buy it. Because i voice was kind of just feature of it. But now they discover it and now they get comfortable talking to their technology. And i think that's going to unlock a bunch industry. And i'm super excited about that.
Is Sugar Really That Bad for You?
"The definition of sugar. I'm sure you know. But i am going to read you. My merriam webster. Official definition of sugar. Sugar is a sweet crystalline. Substance obtained chiefly from the juice of the sugarcane and the sugarbeet and maple sap used extensively as an ingredient and flavoring of certain foods and as fermenting agent in the manufacture of certain alcoholic beverages commonly known as sucrose. Well what can sugar do. Is sugar good for well. I will tell you what sugars good for. Sugar is great for causing diabetes. It's great for causing a heart disease. It's great for having a fatty liver disease and really great. And i do know this for sure. Forgiving you tooth decay. And that is so not great. And it correlates to diseases like cancer and dementia. Well it is said that an average american consumes about thirty one teaspoons every day so that means the more sugar. You eat the more weight you will. Cain right on the average forty pounds a year for each american. So that makes seventy percent of americans overweight and forty percent of kids overweight but over the last hundred years. Our taste buds have changed. Today everything needs to be super sweet. Have you noticed that. Even foods we don't tend to think says sweet have become ultra sweet traditional wheat paste breads for example contain a lot of sugar while sugar is important for fermentation and getting yeast to activate the next time. You reach for a loaf of honey. Whole-wheat check the label. It may surprise
Self-Objectification and Becoming More Than a Body With Dr. Lindsay Kite
"You mentioned a couple of times self objectification and so for those people who haven't read your book can't please go read it but for them for those. Who haven't could you describe what you mean by self objectifications. Everyone's on the same page. Yeah so self objectification we feel like is really the missing piece of the puzzle in these body image conversations that people have been having for the last twenty years or so self objectification is the practice of envisioning your body from the outside. You're really just monitoring it for how it looks imagining how it appears to other people even when you're by yourself so part of women's mental energy is consistently dedicated to monitoring how we appear and then we view an evaluate and value ourselves outweigh to yuli from an outsider's perspective so self objectification. It takes this holistic sense of self where you are in your body. Of course you're visible person. With an appearance that matters to other and their perception has an impact on you but it makes that the only focus and it splits us from ourselves so it takes us from inside. Our bodies is our home as carefree kids without awareness of how other people see us without that self judgment really seeping in and preventing us from really living our fullest lives and being home in our bodies and it splits us so that we are then watching our bodies from the outside making sure they look right that were closed in the right ways wearing the right things and this splits identities into from a whole person to the person who is really fixated on appearance. Where part of your mental energy is just sapped. It's distracted your physical energy also distracted when you're adjusting your clothes. All the time when he tried to sit in the most flattering position or walking away. That you know you're keeping your gut sucked any of your up. So the double chin isn't showing this self objectification is what keeps us. Trapped in our bodies as prisoners instead of our bodies as our homes
Tamika Mallory Loves Black People
"Congrats on the book. Thank you sir very excited. How is your spirit because you know every time somebody is dead and the family is grieving and you are there supporting them and lifting them up and trying to hold folks accountable and i wonder just how does this land on your spirit that you're always there like lifting folks up when they're in their lowest moment. I have my moments and have families. That i'm really close to and i think it gets harder at like when we're in the midst of the fight it. I can deal with it because i'm used to that but it gets harder when they're struggling after people are gone after the cameras are gone. It's just like any other grieving process. You know it does get a little difficult and Anna wanted things i stopped doing is watching videos as sap that don't watch videos. I have not watched full video of ronald green. If i see an image go away from it quickly. I only watched george floyd video because of the trial you know. At that point it was like the trial. You couldn't miss all the little pieces. But i never sat down to watch full video that so why because i struggle with watching new ones i try to avoid it unless like the world is like yo you gotta see this one and i feel guilty for not watching. But you're you're you why why you make a choice. It's a super duper preventative. Like i just can't. I mean i was waking up at night holding onto images and sounds and other. Things wasn't good for me and i think you know you don't know but you know i had a whole struggle with pain pills in had to go to rehab and all of that and it happened as a result of like five different traumatic things happening all at the same time. The women's large you know struggles with all the folks that i work with just my own issues so much happening and the next thing not with addicted
How To Feel Motivated Now!
"We talking about having an omnipresent high level of motivation and is possible to be motivated all day long. no no. It's not unrealistic unrealistic. But if you can muster motivation when you're supposed to be doing the things that matter most which are generally speaking the activities in the morning then you're gonna be miles and miles and miles ahead of where you'd otherwise be and the thing. That's nice about motivation. In general or feeling good in general is you actually can have a direct effect on your emotional state and what a lot of people do. Is they go through life and their. How do we say their work product or what they get out of. Life is a hundred percent predicated and how they happen to feel in other words. You wake up. You're in a bad mood. Your dog ate your shoes or whatever. And you're going to be in a bad mood all day. In other words your state of being is not in your mental or emotional control. That's how most people were the reality of it is is. There are many many things you can do to alter your emotional state so you always feel high level of motivation when you need it now. Can you feel motivated all day. likely unless you figured out some magical blend of exercising caffeine julian. I figured that out. Please do tell us because we've been searching for it for the last thirty. Nappy sustainable though. Maybe a little caffeine crash there through. So i think the point you're trying to make. Is i think when you acknowledge that. It's normal to have an ebb and flow to your emotional state of being your energy level to what you're feeling like you're not feeling like instead of putting all this pressure on yourself. Oh god i'm just not feeling motivated. And then that's spins into something that ends yup her right and to give it some credit. You know it exists but not so much credit that it actually controls you right in. some things. don't require like if you're going to be in a sales environment. Obviously you wanna have a high level of motivation because people feed off that energy. But if you're doing something a little bit more cerebral you could be motivated. But it's not going to be in the same way and so the cerebral type motivation. Especially if you're an extrovert actually sat as more energy sapping. If you're an extrovert just being around other people does that make sense. So if you're being forced to be more analytical which is the opposite of how you normally are you might find. That is harder for you to motivated doing whatever that said activity as versus. Say how you'd normally naturally be if you're around other
Max Verstappen Wins Monaco Grand Prix to Take Drivers' Championship Lead
"Maxwell takes home his past. Monica win after strong. Control drive from start to finish which now pussies him take. The lead in the drivers championship today was over before it sought if a shot clock after he was unable to start the race. You to drive shop issues. Which effectively promoted. Max stopped depot whether he did so have to start in the pt position may bridge but off the line. Despite voucher brought us making a better start sap and health the lead and went on to bring home the victory we ended with rather exciting jim with call signs being an excellent performance to finish p. To taking his fast for all repay gm and he was joined by former teammate. Landau race driver. Brilliant race from the car day holding advances by sergio perez. Take the final spot. On the podium
Go Outside In The Sun
"Affective disorder otherwise known as sad or. Sad is a type of depression. That's related to changes in seasons seasonal affective disorder begins and ends at about the same time every year. Well when it gets cool out right if you're like most people with seasonal affective disorder your symptoms start in the fall and continue into the winters months. Sapping your energy and making you feel extremely moody. It is nothing to fool around with and should be taken very seriously but everybody. And i do mean. Everybody needs that dose of vitamin d. That the sun provides if only for fifteen minutes a day. And if you don't have that fifteen minutes well there's a solution for that too. I'll talk about that in a little while. But according the health line dot com website. I found this exposure to sunlight is thought. To increase the brain's release of the hormone called serotonin serotonin is associated with boosting mood and helping a person feel calm and focused. That's great but did you know that the sun has so much more benefits it does from the end came at dot com website. That's e. n. K. i m d dot com website. I found this. The sun is a source of heat. It's true the sun is the only thing that prevents our planet from being too cold to sustain life. Without the sun's heat life would be impossible on earth as energy resource. the sun's heat also creates a vast amount of energy on our planet in fact pretty much all energy created and used on earth derives from the sun and one way or another. Did you know that. Many people are aware of harnessing solar energy to create power but the sun is also the main cause of the weather patterns and air currents we experience on our planet
Talking About S.L.O.P. - burst 1
"The topic of discussion is talking about slop like that. Kinda cute guy. Whatever well not talking about the slop is fed picks nor am i talking about what soldiers eating. The child hall knows. I'm talking about has nothing to do with any of that but i'll tell you what it will do. I'll give you a hint. Slop is actually an acronym not so much a word however this word or this acronym. It stands for simple list of obligations prioritized. It's kind of similar to As an sap is i didn't know what an s. o. p. was until joined the navy but and this whole p. stands for standard operating procedure. And that's basically just step by step instruction manual. You're doing a particular job you go to the manual at all of the steps. Get the job done. There's a lot of reasons for that. A lot of its efficiency. Uniformity in performance things of that nature. And so anyway. Slop is the simple list of prioritized right well. So p. is a step-by-step manual or guide us employee's or workers to get a particular task. Done all right. So slop- is pretty. Close to and so be as obi just following the steps and slop you have to organize your own priorities or prioritize your own obligation as it were now. Slop is an acronym said four. Simple obligated prioritized. Now let me start by saying today. I'm not going to lecture you Gonna have the sermon to preach or anything like that. Without a doubt. This is a testimony and it has a little bit to do with this weekend with my complete and utter frustration. With my amount organ overwhelming sense of suffocation but sit god spoke to me this weekend and really opened up my eyes so i figure if it opened up my eyes maybe it will help somebody else out there. That is listening. Is there anybody out there. Well anyway. I am just fine today and of course i have no shortage of things about which to testify but since i have no guest co host. I'm going to be talking about slop. And i'm gonna keep on testifying in about slop however i know i'm not the only one with a good testimony. Okay come on extended the invitation. And i still extend the invitation for you to come and share yours after all. Isn't that what life in the sun is. all about the show. What christians are encouraged to share their testimonies. Yea okay let me get a couple of things out of the way first of all. This isn't going to be a lecture or how to. I am in no way shape or form better or more special or less special better than anybody. There's no difference between us. We're all in there. Okay now also painfully aware that. I'll make a lot of mistakes so if you would please. If you happen to hear me make a mistake and you just pay attention. I'm sure you'll hear one. Just let me know. okay samir. Message or comment either one. I don't mind public view. And before i dive headlong into this talking about swap topic. I am going to say this again. I am still a human being. I'm not perfect. I'm still learning not withstanding. I do believe that. God has no respect of a person and all that he bestowed upon me. He wants to get to you. Why because i'm no better than you know. Worse than anybody else that wants to get it to you. Just like he gave it to me so for that reason. I'm obligated to testify about what god has done in my life as an ambassador to the throne. I encourage others design. You know we're just ordinary people telling about what an extraordinary god who loves us and takes care of us you know still these testimonies faith that draw those who are hurting and loss into the realm of his everlasting love. And don't forget i john. Five ten eleven you know first yarn five tenths as one who believes in the son of god has the testimony in himself. The one who does not believe. God made him a liar because he has not believed in the testimony that god has given concerning his son and then of course in verses and he goes on to say and tests and the testimony. Is this that god has given us eternal life and this life is in his son so remember we are obligated ambassador thrown to give back testimony he lives.
US Fines Software Company SAP $8M Over Iran Sanctions
"German software giant ASAP will have to pay more than eight million in penalties and acknowledging allegations that it illegally exported its products to Iran. The United States said the company would have a stiffer penalties headed not voluntarily disclosed the activities and violated American sanctions against Iran. The company agreed
"sap" Discussed on CritterCast
"Cast a podcast for the love of animals here at critter cast. We like to take you and welcome you into the wacky weird wonderful wondrous wonder filled is really just another way to say wonderful world of animals big and small by telling you about a new one every single episode. We released episodes biweekly and today. Cassie what are we talking about. They were talking about sack gloss or sap sucking sea slugs all right. It's kanye facts about her. Animal friends. Remake do the joke. We laugh a lot. We also like to learn south shot. We'll talk about snail. Weezer teeth gush about her love manatees. We'll tell you why terry to us and there's tons more credit that build. Yes i'd trying to think of. I'm trying to think of a new thing to say that's not yet or yes you are but yes. You are listening to critter cast. That is what we're doing here today. We are excited. I know i am excited to learn about some sea slugs. Yes i am too. I think they're gonna be really fun to talk about. There has been some cool new discoveries about these little dudes this year. Actually so it'll be fun. Twenty one knee. Twenty twenty one s. That is the year that we are in. You are correct like on one hand. We just got here their research but on the other hand it's almost the end of march so it was research that was done previously publish heartlessness. Hey that Guess in totally. Yeah also i think we talked recently about tubus larrea alario area those things and canarian and some some things about those might be a little bit ish similar so i think it'll. It'll be really interesting if you've listened to that episode to this one or vice versa. If you listen to this one go check. That went out. Yeah yeah. I mean i think you personally. I think you should listen to almost all our episode. I mean yes. Maybe maybe not skip the killer. Well when i'm sorry. There's there's the punter stroke i there's every every cast episode has its place so definitely recommend checking out any that. Strike your fancy but if you like today's episode and definitely make sure you've listened to. I think it's sixty one. Are i think so. That's curb area. Let's see one or sixty two sixty maybe short because no sixty sixty one was platypuses so i think sixty.
"sap" Discussed on Superwomen with Rebecca Minkoff
"Listening to superwomen. Today's guest is a leash atop the global chief. Marketing officer of sap. She's going to explain what sap is. Don't worry alicia. Tillman has served as the global. Cmo at sap. Since twenty-seven team under leashes leadership sap has ranked seventeenth most valuable brand by brand and the continued growth of sap's ran value by over eighteen point. Five billion dollars since two thousand seventeen elisa's currently named the eleventh most influential cmo by forbes and serves on the global board of directors for the ad council and the prior to her role as global. Cmo was the chief. Marketing officer of sap. Ariba the world's largest business-to-business commerce network. She also spent eleven years at american express serving as the head of marketing and business services after leading public affairs corporate communications and media relations for the global business travel division. I can tell you this. Podcast is going to be filled with helpful information resources to get you activist so take a listen. I'm so excited to welcome you. Alicia rebecca thank you. What a great introduction. I'm so happy to be here with you today. So i'd love four our audience just because people hear the word. Sap and if you're not in my industry or technical or you know behind the scenes i'd love just a little blurb about like what sap powers in how big of a incredible company it is. That does things that maybe people don't even realize. Yeah great question so. Sap is a technology company that was founded about fifty years ago and our focus with our technology is to really help power the operations of a company. If you think about the way a company is set up. There's everything from finance accounting. It hr marketing sales operations. Excetera at all of those departments are dependent on technology in some way to run their operation. Sap powers all of it. It's everything from performance management software to sourcing and procurement software helping to manage the account. eighteen all of the back office reconciliation tasks of an organization. Those are just a few of the things in a company. That's very hurry dependent on technology that sap powers and we do that at a global level with nearly five hundred thousand customers and a little fact about sap in. It's probably won't be incredibly surprising. After what i just shared that. Nearly eighty percent of the world's transactions touch a piece of sap software and in some way. So when you operate at such a global scale and you have such a big technology footprint within a company you can imagine that the impact is is as fierce as that but that essentially rebecca's sap. I don't think i even realized how much sap touches as we go about our days. So that's incredible. So what was your path you know what set you on the path to be. You know a global cmo and what inspired you to sort of take that journey well marketing. Many different functions of marketing. At the end of the day. I think marketing is accountable for contributing to the growth of a company. And we do that in so many ways and helped drive awareness around your brand and your products and services to help driving pipeline to bring new customers to help retain customers by..
"sap" Discussed on WGN Radio
"For tots started work and learn how you can make a difference. I remember the days when things are real bad for me. It was right after my accident. When I lost my hand. It seems like I was all alone with nobody to help me. You know, I almost gave up all my hopes and dreams. Then then, then something inside me kept telling me way down inside me over and over again. Keep going on. Yeah. What happened there. Alright, Wages lost part of multi. Well, of course he lost the sand, so I don't know That's the barbarians. They didn't make the world's worst hit records, but they get a couple of votes. The barbarians were the house band Aid shindig. If, Remember that show one of the house plans anyway. And they had a minor hit. Are you a boy? Or are you a girl and multi who was the drummer actually, and did some vocals. Lost his hand Now before you go feeling too sorry. He loves his hand while he was building a pipe bomb that I mean, I know it's not a laughing matter, Certainly not for him. But nonetheless, that was the deal. And then they did. Multi. All right, so I got some votes, but it wasn't It wasn't in fact, in the top 10, we were moving directly onto sap. And that was it was not exactly qualification for sap. So we'll we'll pick it up with with one that Could have could have would have should have, but but didn't And that is got a few votes to and it it is the definition the quintessential definition of Sepp. And you know, I've got so many of these records here tonight to play that I look at it. Ah, look at the screen in front of me like I had lost wild fair before now. I found it. But I will. I will not will not do that to you. But I Oh, here we are. I knew I'd come up with it. Yes, that's right. You are not spared this. This is bubbling under the sap category, but did not make it in the top 10 And that, of course, would be Think things get a little easier. Once you understand Things get a little easier. I'll be expecting you to get a haircut by Friday. Forget it, Dad. That.
"sap" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Auto parts treats out. The pockets aren't part of summer. Prettier side they create ugly stains on your cars finish. Here's a fix hold. Ice cubes over sap lumps for several minutes then gently push against them with a plastic spatula to break them off with a soft cloth dipped in a very hot detergent water. Mixture rub the residue vigorously host with cool water when dry polish. The sap spots then wax your whole car. I'm.
"sap" Discussed on Car Talk
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"sap" Discussed on Car Talk
"No actually where he does. He works a lot but he's a lot on weekends. Well i mean my first thought was not other other chemicals you can use but my thought was otheir laws against this. I wouldn't be at all surprised if you drop the dime on him that he'd be locked up in no time. I also do work as a mediator. And i know that's really not a good way to go about. Should go talk to him. I like him. And i have read in the label and i said bill it says right here on the label do not have prolonged exposure to your skin and so you shouldn't be wearing those same pants that were saturated with it. Yes he's a nice guy and yeah he's a good neighbor. I what you should. joe is. There are For example lots of Solvents don't use petroleum-based things like tall. You wean and annual. We call them. Yeah petrochemicals so. I think you should buy them for exactly by a little christmas present. For example we we use a clear. Now that's it's like it's water-based okay. And it doesn't work as well as the crc stuff Which has been a mainstay for one hundred five years in the automotive industry. But that's why most of us who fixed cars down to one or two syllables. You know so if you can get him away from this suffering and get them an alternative there be great okay fine. There's a government surplus sale. Go see if you can buy like a four foot diameter fan those big babies and just multi next to your house but then it goes over to connie's house next door and that wouldn't be good either. She could get one get to keep it right there in the middle. Good luck. good luck tony. All right thanks a lot one. Eight eight eight car talk. That's eight eight eight two two seven eight two five five lawyer on car talk i. This is yousef. I'm calling from toledo ohio yussef. That's right where in ohio and toledo favorite places. Not one of mine. So what's on your mind hoping you could settle An argument i've been having with my fiance always dangerous. I know for all of us. I have a Saturn with about a hundred seven thousand miles on it and get. My oil changed at National chains like jiffy lube exactly. Yeah exactly like that exactly like that. How exactly very exactly very precisely exactly exactly okay. And every time. I go to this unnamed national chain. They convinced me that. I need to spend much more money and add many more things on than what i wanna do. Which is just my point. They convince you they try to convince you. Well well they. They succeed in convincing fallen for this every time every kind of so this time that i went They had a new one and it was well. Because i have over one hundred thousand miles on my car. I need to use this high mileage oil which is obviously much more expensive than the standard oil they give me and they told me that it would protect my engine and give me more power. Not since i've been using it. I actually feel like i'm getting some more power out of the car. I haven't even gotten to the argument. So i i told my fiance this and she said oh you sap well they put it in this oil and it saying anything extra virgin on the campus. So she said that. I fall fallen for the placebo effect. And so my question to you. Is i m i app. Well well there are. I mean i. I know somebody at least one oil. That's for high mileage vehicles. I don't honestly know exactly how it differs over claims to do but i think it's designed for vehicles which have begun to leak or burn oil. Yeah i mean there are high mileage oils. But i never knew and maybe this is something that we don't know about. I never knew that they were designed to give them more power. Yeah that's what i was. I couldn't understand that. Could be designed to burn like instead of burning a court every fifty miles at michael sixty sixty five. You're not burning any oil at all nor have you been blown. No no no the way the oil could get you better. Mileage is if it were a slipper for lower viscosity really. Oh you feel more power right well. The one of the ways you get more power is to have lower viscosity okay tool. I mean the the lowest cost view of a slippery of the oil. Okay more power. You'll get but you'd hardly the more important question. How much more recorded. it costs. Well okay the regular service is twenty dollars. Yeah with this. Just oil was thirty. Seven thirty eight dollars. O- less labour plus. Oh yeah yeah so when you usually go there you pay twenty and this time you pay them. What fifty. well. When i usually go there are white. Breath leads the air freshener. You never get offered cleaner twice. Try i never. You are a great guy. Yousef your nice guy. well you are. I mean the fact that you have. I want to say fallen for all of this. You believe you have fallen. Let's let's not you're trusting source. I think so. You trusted these guys. And i think you'll fiance should be thrilled. That she's marrying such a man would. What do you do for a living. I'm a medical student or medical stay. Well you're gonna feel a lawyer. Would it be a good and compassionate. Doctor thank you have. Yeah and i say if you think you're getting more power out of the why not. I think you're a sap. Thank you but i don't think you're a sad but i think it's just an honest person yourself and you can't believe that these nice people would be trying to put one over on you right and i think your fiance's is a very lucky girl. Thank you all. i can say all right. We'll pretend ninety-five we'll send you the tape. I well it's happened again. You've squandered and otherwise perfectly good our listening to cardiac our esteemed producer is doug. The subway fugitive bongo boy frogman not a slave to fashion berman. Our social produces david the cavs of bellville green and catherine frau bluecher. Thank you for the los our blackie's doug. The old grey mayor assisted by connie richard. Our engineers john cartman perotti. Our theme music is by david dog richmond and our technical spiritual and menu adviser.
"sap" Discussed on Car Talk
"Wanna do that out. We know i call. You wanna waste sometime. Yeah i mean it sounds to me like the engine when it starts is not revving quite fast enough everyday trouble with the boys we have we. We have boys toys. We've had eleven and fourteen year old boys. We can help you with a question about that. They're they're probably still human. Is that right. Eleven fourteen semi semi human all. Yeah that's your oldest is fast fading. It's going to get so much worse man. You're gonna you're gonna you know wonder why you brought by this. Why did i do this. Well i i've thought of that. No they're gonna hate you know you you know you can't comprehend the full force of their hatred for your you can't man will be despised beyond your wildest dreams. I mean when when we were first married. My wife said that she wanted to have kids. And i was violently opposed to it. I said why would you wanna do that to yourself. This is ridiculous and she convinced me that it was probably a great and wonderful thing to do. It was god's will and nature wanted this and motherhood renner. Her mother was a mother. Her mother's mother had been a mother and so she convinced me to do this. And i remember one. My son was about fifteen that she leaned over. One day and whispered in my ear. You were right. I think he's about forty no he's eighteen and have gotten better he's he's i think he's turned. The corner turned the corner. He's become human again. But i can't attest to it but it seems as though that's true. Yeah yeah let me ask you a question. Do i discussed my car problem with the psychologist so much chance of getting an inch. Here's what i would do. I would take it to the same guys who said everything was okay and i would leave it with them overnight and i would ask them to start it from cold in the morning and find out what the rpm's are in the morning and they will discover that the two law. Yeah here's what's wrong with it. You have a faulty coolant temp sensor. That's my gut feeling. That's good at scraping. They should put the meter on. This thing does a chart that when they look it up the they may every memorized. That'll tell you what this temperature the cooling temp sensor should have. This many owns okay. Then if it isn't that then what's the next step off. Well i mean well you call us back. I mean we can't. We can't go dealing with hypothetical questions. Nancy we're very very busy. Good luck with those boys and remember what we told you. I will read when they hate you. Remember it's not them talking. It's the little devils that love. That's very reassuring. The all right. Look i think it's time to take a little break. So our stations can pass along some important messages. You mean like traffic weather stuff like that. No messages about distancing disclaimers denying.
"sap" Discussed on Car Talk
"Gets the most powerful backfire rubber rates of course. Because he's in this big tunnel so he got my brother to help and they were driving these guys by to the tunnel and i'm sure that the next person who drove the car the exhaust system fellow all no no not the expert but that was the old days when when cars had carburetors away before electronic ignition and distributors boyfriend turned that ignition off for a few seconds and turn the key back on. You get more than that in some case we learned not to do it on american motors cars and blew the muffler often anyway but there are people i guess larry the reason my brothers telling you this story and exposing me who mistreat rental cars that way however i think you're on the right track because the vast majority of people who rent the car for day or two especially a minivan doing donuts. They're not trying to blow the mufflers off and they're not as clever as tony and and so you know so i think you perfectly okay to be thinking about buying it from a place that rents cars as opposed to a and i've always been opposed to cars of the least. I think the people who leased cars do so because they don't wanna be bothered with any of the normal things associated with car ownership like we'll changes in the like i would be. Where does your wife wants to buy the car. Well she'd like to just Go to a a a large used car lot and deal with them there. It is hardly possible if you do that. You're going to get a car. That is either been traded in by somebody who had leased it or trade it in by somebody who had the same kind of Intel mentality a folk not make any of the car for two or three years. And then i'll just treat it in and get another one before you have a chance to rocket. We strongly believe that the rental car companies are a good place to buy a car and if they do nothing else they driven by a whole bunch of different people so the chits getting a string of one driver after another. That's wrecking the thing is pretty small and they do at the very least change the oil often which is all. That's really required. You know of a new vehicle. And that's that's the most you could ask for. And i think that's better than you getting with the average person who leases a car right and then maybe the reason i think that a lot of companies now. A lot of manufacturers are paying for the maintenance too because they know that people don't take the cars have serviced three. If we do it for free. I think they have to go the next step which is come to your house and get the car because the people who don't want to do it just don't wanna do it period they. They're too busy inconvenienced especially for car that they don't own but you don't tell your wife that were very much on your side of the. Your plan has our blessing larry wealth. Anything goes wrong with the car that you buy you get it to us. We'll fix it for nothing. That's how new warranty later over. I buy one eight eight eight car talk or one eight eight eight two two seven eight two five five your car talk. Hi there. I am so excited to be on your show. And so are we any no nancy. The letters there though amy was a. m. y. You got an a. And a wine your name unless you spell nancy with an. I don't absolutely the real good talk. Shows a real good calling shows a monitor on the on the table right and and flashed up on. The screen is the name of the next. Caller caller is nancy. She's from albuquerque new mexico and her question is blah blah blah. Well we don't have that going on subtitle tell you. How are we supposed to know who you are maxwell yet i am. I am nancy. I'm from marion station pennsylvania. Okay and i have a actually. It's not my car. it's only. My husband was saab now. A four cylinder ninety six camry sedan doping so contrary ninety. Six camry ninety six keri fossil. That's important i. You in the eastern center of west and of pennsylvania philadelphia that would be the middle east. Okay are you a marine biologist. No no we don't have anything about her day. To one hour daters all wrong all wrong if you have to get your monitor your monitor monitor to have you have two kids. I have two kids esther both girls and their three and eleven now. They're boys in their eleven and fourteen one of them right. We're getting better percent. Maybe what's wrong with this piece of junk. Camry what happen is. This is my husband's car and two times. When i tried to start it. I could feel the energy draining as i was shifting from park into drive. Y you turn. The key goes from here the from and then if you start shifting it it just kind of dies the engine sound kind of diminished out looking at it stalls out and it stalls out got it okay. Didn't become a problem until he experienced it. And then he took it to the to the toyota dealership and had it checked out They thought it might be an electrical problem right. I don't think so. It checked out fine. They said it. Wasn't you know the alternator the ignition. The fuel line everything was fine. They found nothing and my husband says that if he really revs it up when he starts. It doesn't it doesn't Doesn't do that him. Yeah we'll tell them not to do that anymore. No no it's better to have it die in in re start getting rivet like the worst thing you can do to. A car is to it up when the engines cold. When you just started up that you can count the number of days you can do that and before the engine dies so you don't.
"sap" Discussed on Car Talk
"Plaza now did in g as you probably know. We have now been saving daylight ever since like april. Where have we putting on extra daylight. I don't know maybe in those huge tanks next the emergency oil reserves that we have there they light tanks all over the country. Don't you see well. And even though reserves of daylight are very low in a matter of days based instructions from some unnamed genus. We will all set our clocks back one hour and we'll immediately plunged yourselves into week deep national depression as we watch it get pitch black outside before we even leave work for the date on my brother's case it's pitch black before he leaves for work but still gonna be light. When i leave work the day. I think because i'm afraid to drive in the dark and that's why i leave so early in the winter right well. I think it's time to call for a boycott. I'm with you just don't do it. Just refuse just say no. We have what two and a half million listeners. Every week six six and a half million dollars six six listeners might not work but anyway each of them as possible for say what maybe five clocks watch bedside clock kitchen clark clock in the car maybe clock at work. If everyone listening today. Just refuse to sit back his clock. Okay and maybe one other unsuspecting persons clock ahead. We great mass confusion and we could beat this thing. I mean this is the sort of thing. I don't wanna brag or anything but this is the sort of thing that the other presidential candidates just aren't address is going to get us. This is what is one issue just to point out that we think of stuff like this. The other jerks thinking about the federal reserve bank who cares about that. That stuff doesn't matter. Turning the clock way that matters that affects our lives. Every day and a vote for us is vote for chaos. All right already all right. I got carried away with all the debates stuff. Anyway if you'd like to talk to our number is eight eight eight car talk. That's one eight eight eight two two seven eight two five five. Hello you're on car talk. Hi this is kathy. From ann arbor michigan in arbor michigan. So it must be kathy with a k. Hey he'll once guys well you notice. I never been wrong on the kathy thing. Come on. I have never been wrong on the kathy thing. Because i know the rule louis we knew find out. Go get the tapes. Louis has all the tape. If cronin has all the tapes. That i guarantee you buy. This is next week at least ten examples where you say that catholic That can say. I'm will never been wrong on the kathy. One kathy with k. from arbor. what can we do for you. i have a light plum. That's very important. Saturn has about eighty six thousand miles on it now and it has this thing that after i drive it for a little bit of time. How about ten minutes at high speed. If i have to go into reverse my car will do this. Very nice We'll wait for five seconds. Ten seconds fifteen seconds and then it will go go clunk and that'll be reverse. It's an automatic transmission. Used to be in about well about two months ago. I had to have the head gasket replaced because there was oil in it there. A crack in something and saturn did a recall into your coolant. Yes yes and so. I don't know if that has anything to do with it. But it's a very delicate like it to have something to do with it okay. That's going to be harder for us because it doesn't have anything to do with it but we'll work on it again. Eighty six k y if you're really lucky and sounds like you're a nice person and deserving of good fortune because i'm a student with lots of loans yet zoos done for you. If you're really lucky you're just low on transmission fluid out. I like that. Have you ever checked it. live a mile. You don't have to answer if you have to hesitate that long and see. What is the threat of new tires. Eighty six thousand miles. Because i didn't know any better. So i would take it into a repair shop and you must have one of those. Okay better still go to a gas station and ask that person at the gas station to check the transmission fluid for you that person will pull out the dipstick check the floyd. You feel lucky. It's down a quarter so that would be just great and if that's the case filling it up. We'll probably fix this problem. I like that doesn't mean that the problem is solved entirely. Because you're not supposed to lose fluid you don't burn up transmission fluid like you do engine oil out if you're losing any means you have a leak and so then you once you've rectified. The the existing. You know the symptoms the symptoms. There you go lets it. Then you can go ahead and address that the real issue which is where it wears leaking from so. That's something. I should ask for christmas right. But if the transmission fluid does doesn't fix it then you're probably in for a. That's not pretty. Well you might be eligible for for a federal. Slt which is a student loan for transmission repair for that. Yeah see a calf all right. Thanks bye bye okay. Of course one brothers never wrong about that one. Eight eight eight eight double to seventy eight to fifty five lawyer on car. Talk hello My name is andrea. I'm from swannee tennessee. on dash. Hallo there wait a minute. Hold on dash on dash like when you take out the trash are and off a s. Where are you from I live in swannee boring hungry. You must be a college professor. No no no. I'm just a chef cooking for all the School at theology students and professors. Yes so is there. A collagen swannee tennessee. The university of also the School of theology a fiscal Ministers also you are providing food the other. The professors provide food for thought for eating. Yes they provide. Spiritual nourishment exactly. Okay so what's up. Well there's the situation. I have a nineteen ninety-two F one fifty four wheel drive pickup truck and I had a couple of months ago. Has a little. Problem is coming up these beautiful mountain. I lost oil pressure. Of course i had Sturdy Bags of these concrete in the back there quick great mic all. You'll make pancakes the next morning on my little side. Job is so don't oil pressure just said only dropped down and The next morning. When i started it started quickly quickly quickly. Luck god my wives. Maybe got it. So i take him to the repair shop and this yes we have to fix your valves also. Well we have to fix replace so your camp shock bearings and your oil pump. Boswell oh getting to these big expend hundred dollars. Oh it very quiet and very beautifully running now. But everytime when i heat up the engine and the oil gets hot and sunni fi. Take my foot up the guys that are. I'm just rolling into the intersection to the to the complete stop. Of course the rpm is drops down to seven eight hundred and The oil pressure just goes down. Also all the way zero. Yes well see when when they said Hamad they replaced the camshaft bearings. They replaced the The lifters of course. They replaced the oil pump but they did not replace the main bearings. Is that correct. Did they least take the main bearings.
"sap" Discussed on KIIS 102.7
"As you say sap and then they know the cities and to date me and go to as soon as you the phone goes the judicial so cool and soon want to come I want to get him out of it yeah minimum days news about the definition the safety.
"sap" Discussed on The Complete Guide to Everything
"Pissed situation you know it is it was is sap tree sap you're a sap there like this guy's this guy's cars covered and sap sap agreed to pay for the thing is i was like are being led to believe that like three men were like the sweating trying to get this stuff up we don't get it up hey i won all that setback yeah i'm gonna make maple syrup out of it hey i wanna see your boys in their licking their fingers that's my yeah i'm gonna oil that down into some syrup when i get home yeah so hopefully i get the sap and then if i went there and there were like and we took the courtesy of boiling this down to maple sear for you then i'd always come back there and that's like what fifteen percent tip you don't tip you don't tip service employees i know that your that your twitter tip these guys know now four hundred dollars enough enough is enough tip anyone is a nothing yet here that the people in charge yeah we've had it it's a it's it's high time that you start listening to us the little man i'm not gonna pay for tree sap that area owned yeah that's my that's not really your trees recent public yeah by drive away with it who's gonna take it back the mayor maybe he's gonna drive up in a in a fleet of s you he's never going to be able to take it you saw the mayor in in real life i've seen them in real life tall came to you gimme that jar of sap that city sap you would be like speeding guys like a foot taller than he's terrifying and you like anybody what two inches taller than you like yeah over two inches when it starts getting seven five or something he's tall he's a big due to he'd never be able to catch me trip over his own legs i've spilt sapele over me too man tom if i be on your side if the mayor was running after you while you were trying to protect a jar of sap that came off your car that's friendship thank you i appreciate that we're good friends.
"sap" Discussed on The B2B Revenue Leadership Show
"And does it feel like therapy sometimes it it shouldn't be therapy right there should be but you know if you look at sort of it i came to coaching i have a little bit of a little bit you know llc but convert right on coaching in in the fact that i came to it sort of later in the first time i heard about coaching be honest with you i thought it said like a well a bunch of hooey would be one i thought it was kinda well how how how do you coach somebody on something you don't know but but the process in the science behind it is pretty is pretty is pretty solid and we've gotten some early data in those great articles out there about data about the impacts coaching we've got some initial data within our company to that shows really having an impact and how do you develop the coaches is modeled after a particular industry or sport or psychology jack yes so there's so coaching comes out of the sport in in their psychology ended we we it's great every sap employee has the option of of maj approval cetera et cetera but to get a coaching training so we work with some companies provide coaching training in it's all sort of aligned with the international coaching federation so this ration the this the methodologies in so if you want to become a certified coach we'll actually pay for you to do that now it's a commitment it's we do it online we do a virtual but it's four sessions each of ten classes each class is three hours so i mean you know so we we we had that we have about eight hundred train coaches internally in a safety.
"sap" Discussed on The IVY Podcast
"Jenny dearborn is the chief learning officer at the software giant sap and has been recognized as one of the fifty most powerful women in technology she believes that being data oriented leads to more than just excess in the marketplace it fosters better leadership in creates happy organizational structures drawing on insights from her latest book the data driven leader jenny discusses how can use that solve important leadership challenges in overhaul work cultures for the better this episode of the podcast is presented by smart water what makes smart water so smart it starts with a little inspiration from the clouds nature's pure source of water smart water copies those puffy clouds and creating vapor distilled purity pure perfection smart water also has electrolytes which helps give it that clean crisp taste clouds always be inspiration since the waters vapor distilled for purity purity you can taste at ration you can feel choose smart water or smart water sparkling today at your local retailer so my responsibility at sap there we go that is problematic yeah so my responsibility sap is looking at the future trends of the workforce the future of work and to think about how these future trends are impacting our global workforce so you have an an an outdated a bio for me 'cause there's ninety five thousand employees at sap and sap is one of the top twenty brands in the world there's the four hundred ninety of the top five hundred corporations in the world use sap software most banks most.
"sap" Discussed on Overthinking It Podcast
"About their egg so and then just the quick rundown of the process is the giant tub of sap gets dumped into a giant tank that gets hold by a pickup truck over to the house and gets moved through first reverse osmosis process and then a full on double boiler turbocharged evaporation process until it then gets press filtered into the good stuff that you know in love it we got to follow it every step along the way and it was a delight but the thing that really struck me was the way in which all of the trees were connected to the harvesting of the sap and when you consider a tree as discursive object because you know racist the question do trees have intelligence which seems sort of like a transgressive question to ask which it shouldn't because even if you are vegan and believe that and animals have too much in too much experience too much sapiens but not enough agency to participate in any way in the production of product to be consumed by humans then then even then you have to draw some sort of line between that and plants right where he'd plants have to be seen as somehow not individual and not sapient and not beings in themselves in the same way and so to see something like soybean field getting plowed up or or being harvested and chopped up and our to see corn being she you know shucked and whatnot does not necessarily inspire great feelings of kinship with the plans one would think that that seems crazy and yet there's something about the idea of of connecting all of the maple trees in his sugarbush with a network of tubing in order to simultaneously draw sat from all of them into.
"sap" Discussed on CarStuff
"For allergens one thing that i end up uh i probably in a bringing in in my car ally is if i am a plants this is not really related to work uh but i i mean lake um i'll go get christmas trees for people no in those those christmas tree needles get everywhere alya and and the sap and the sap yeah and i think in our building our job justin are ninety five day job type stuff probably we don't run into two too much for around a lot of construction that might be a factor here but mm i hope i hope it own eat these words later scott but to be honest with you i have very few allergies or maybe maybe i'm just live in so filthy that i used to having a low level of sickness all the time a baker v i guess yeah you're value become accustomed to it no but i think you're right we may end up with uh with drywall dust on us or something like that if we walked down the hallway because uh you know there's always knew office spaces that are that are being built in this building itself is very old it's a it's nearly a century old and you know lot dustin and things like that still in some of the back corner the the dusty corners i guess this place if you if you explored enough muscle there is a chance we can bring some stuff on but but some people i guess lawyer him saying as some people have jobs that i do have a you know that.
"sap" Discussed on Hannibal Buress: Handsome Rambler
"Given news lots of different vendors there seller near sap lose of video equipment law said the sizes yeah it was really fun to score rowden and play with different with instruments are found especially all sunday at the rack knowledge a mess with the new synthesizer i have a couple of things i genuinely feel my brain ya operate in a different way yeah that happens like especially that happened to me like when i used to work on beats like i constantly in my studio like yeah when you when you just playing with since all day dislike the electricity everything just he knew like you feel weird makes you feel you might even getting zaidi in lake i would i would be in a long studio session and i go and just go to get cigarettes at food mart and just talk into the cashier would be like weird yeah i would just feel like like robotic almost like it's like if that's what your head it messes which you i had the opposite filling where i fell off sunday i've fell more articulate all fell sharper i fell sharper at words came easier oh i've handwriting easier time talking to strangers uh gadgets belts rule and then we did the comedy set later and i felt better odds stay fell quicker all state you know in a general sense i can i can understand eggs i feel like maybe you unlocked some parts of your brain the on that you never really use the eln i may be that.
"sap" Discussed on Life of the Law
"And that is what every single one would be like what one hundred fifty pages and require an it's fat it it's still uses the facts so unleash understand like it's not that you're bosses breathing down your neck saying in put all this work together put these essay peas in dust redraw right now this is like your leadership is that is that a fair characterization i am an advocate for my patience is their protests in a study if this was working they need have access to it the only way to access it is through the sap so he asked it was my i it was it was my apparently my idea and force that may that happen but i've worked in research studies before this is just what you do somebody needs to believe in it how did you show health canada that you and your team really believed in us what we kept sending us a piece in style on september twentieth 2013 representatives of health canada call cross town clinic they ask is your fax machine broken and language hit a paper in the machine or something similar ira at receptionist the curriculum was samitha sam we need he had some papers in he's in a while that that they didn't say anything by headed an inkling that something osa something interesting could come through that one by one letters from health canada buzzed through the fax machine accepted accepted accepted every sap request is approved.