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Are You Addicted to Being Busy?

The Chalene Show

02:40 min | 2 weeks ago

Are You Addicted to Being Busy?

"Is there in fact a healthy amount of busy. We all need purpose. We only do wake up each and every day and have something that we're for something that makes us feel alive. Something where other people are dependent upon us or. We know that we're helping them. I've been listening to this book by a tool. Eighty you l. g- juande. I'm gonna spell it. G. a. w. a. n. d. and the book is called being mortal in this book. The book by the way was recommended by one of you. And it's about medicine and kind of how we have as a society. We've taken medical intervention to provide people with quality of life and the end of their life and it kind of examines like but are we really giving people quality of life if they're you know hooked up to feeding tubes and laying in institutions. Where family isn't able to see them anymore and strangers are taking care of them. And we're just prolonging their lives. I'm not done with the book yet. But i've read enough of it that it's helped me to recognize that one of the key factors when it comes to quality of life. In other words our happiness our fulfillment is having a purpose having something to do having activities having business and the more people are just left to just exist the quicker they die the faster their quality of life diminishes and the more unhappy. We are now. It's interesting as the book. I finished reading just before. This one was called the ruthless elimination of hurry by john. Mark comber salami. Let me start with our first in the ruthless elimination of hurry. He kind of describes the life. Probably most of us are living. Where you've got cell phones that are going off with notifications and you're checking your email twenty four seven and you've got a notification that so and so is going live on instagram that you've just received a facebook update from your best friend that you've got a new google calendar alert. You get an alert that your amazon package was just delivered. I mean it's like all of these notifications and on top of that. You've got family and children in sports and church and work and all these obligations and it's just go go go go go but at the same time. It's gotten worse because we feel like all those things have to be documented on social media or we have to keep up with what everybody else documenting on social media. And there's so much information that we now have access to so it just feels like you're in this constant state of hurry. This constant state of acquiring things of doing things of being busy of being more of taking on more and doing more

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"salami" Discussed on The Highland Good Food Podcast

The Highland Good Food Podcast

05:59 min | 3 months ago

"salami" Discussed on The Highland Good Food Podcast

"Sodas quieter choice for us to repeat supported. Independent trade sell foles farm ships delicatessen. But over the years food service is really grow and it has really been exciting to see the last couple of years especially in the highlands. People are more shifts are more looking to source locally for us. It's really important to work with a local wild venison. It's such sustainable meat source behalf to manage the vile the population know. There are no natural predators. Left's so does has to be done by man so we work with local estates in the area and they sort of managed to population on the ground. So it's it's fantastic meat. You know d- your day roamed the hills stay eat grass head are think. Is you know the most sustainable meet sources mia at the moment Hoping to build new premises sodas. That's you know very exciting development for us. It searched the hands on process making chocolate three We have to check you know the smokers the drying chambers sometimes a couple of times a day so having premises closer to our home will be really good. It's really start building last year but unveiled pandemic steadily membe lost. Most of our customers overnights in march of cried sort of scary and and the whole year quite different and be had. An you know made a plan. The business plan. How are we going to do this. And bureau had to go back to the drawing board and writer new business plan but then the european so unpredictable. So you know how. Do you project what you can to sell and make in the next year. The last year has been Quite a quite different so be supplying a half food service have retail service but a lot of our retail business was connected with the tourism industry. So that's my lost so many customers then. We had our first lock down but then rn line sales. Just rockets with was amazing. You know very thankful because we had chillers full of shaklee the expecting a big increase in customers. We had lots of new accounts. Signed up with us. So we're already busy. Easter and then severely aldo's orders were cancelled so then be able to sell the sheku. Three directs Blah sweetie life safe for us. And i think one of the things is already started before the customers by looking really to connect with. Who's making their food. So that i think accelerated by the pandemic you know. The supply chains in supermarkets were not working empty shelves..

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All Good Pizza

Voices of the Community

05:59 min | 6 months ago

All Good Pizza

"George koster your host. This episode is part of our series exploring covid nineteen impact on nonprofits and small businesses in the san francisco bay area back in april of twenty twenty when we decided to create this ongoing series on covid nineteen impact i or nonprofits and then on small businesses in the san francisco bay area. We like you had no idea how long the pandemic would go on. And what the health and economic impact would be in our community going into twenty twenty one. The pandemic is now killing more people shutting down more nonprofits and small businesses on with wiping out the livelihoods of families neighborhoods and communities. We will continue to shine a spotlight on the nonprofits and small businesses that make up the fabric of our community along with the founders and staff who are struggling to deal with the impact of the covid nineteen pandemic on their operations services is an ability until we can all get to the other side of the pandemic along the way we will also share with you all the amazing solutions that are nonprofits. Small businesses foundations and government leaders are working on to help us all get to the other side of the pandemic and come together to rebuild our communities with more economic social and environmental equality. I think also the restaurant industry is such a tremendous industry worldwide right like restaurants so often provide such a vital resource to communities not just in food around just the structuring of communities and making people feel seeing in heard and welcome and i know for all of my locations. We have regulars that are there every day and you get to know them and their stories and without those spaces you realize how isolated and lonely it can be for people. This is the founder and owner of all good pizza tanto and cafe oma kristen howick. Kristen is part of the baby. Women's food entrepreneurs who are change makers and community leaders providing jobs healthy food options and a hand up to their fellow community members. I'm joined remotely via zoom by kristen. Hoke the owner of august pizza tanto and cafe obama. Thanks for being here. Kristen had any. I've been a long time. Fan of yours in august pizza out in the bayview and i would love it. If you provide a little brief history of why you set up a good pizza and then now why you started to more restaurants in the bayview community. Yeah my been a longtime resident of the baby. Oh i've been here a little over twenty years. And when i first moved to the neighborhood i was really struck. By how few restaurants in food options were available in the community particularly because we exports so much food from the community we've got the produce market which has been here since the sixties that feeds the bay area and beyond really. They've you actually used to be called butcher town. A lot of the packing came from this community. And we still to this day. Have businesses like molinari's salami. They've been here for over eighty years ever good. Sausage also has been here for a very long time. All pizza really started for me as a passion project to bring another healthy option to bayview. And i really wanted to utilize the local resources of the community so it was really my goal early on to use only local businesses to source from. And i did that by using veritable vegetable which is a woman on cooperative. That was started in san francisco. Kind of a pioneer actually in organics. And like i mentioned. Ever get sausage molinari's salami chron brioche. Which is a local bakery. That's been in the community for a few decades as well. I've been in the food business for many many years prior to opening all good pizza and when i opened all good i was actually. The president and ceo of an organization called nama stay direct and we focused on predominantly women involved in food businesses in guatemala and southern mexico and and we did a business development program that focused on financial literacy training and business mentorship and also the sources of business capital. And i thought to myself like i love doing this work. But i'm traveling to them all and mexico all the time and where i really wanna be in the so. I opened all pizza. Like mentioned you know as a passion project and fortunately it was well received and i was able to focus fulltime on aug pizza after about a year so i quit working my other job and the rest is history. I've been in operation all good since the beginning of twenty twelve. So we're quickly coming up on ten years. And then you started to launch two new restaurants tattoo and kaffa elm also in the baby do community so tato my son's nickname taco and his dad is from mexico city and his dad's mom wasn't incredible chef interesting thing that i learned in guatemala and in working with the populations that i worked with. There was a really low rate of literacy and a lot of the women who were these phenomenal chefs. A lot of the more modern girls did not want to be in the kitchen. So the recipes that had existed in families for generations or no longer being created so. I set out to do a project with my mother-in-law. She was a chef in mexico. City and i set out to do a project with her to write down all her recipes because we all love her food so much and did not want to lose those recipes. After she passed she did pass two years ago. So i created a sort of homage to her and an amish to my son's latino roots and really just in celebration of the incredible food that came out of the kitchen from her and from my son's father's family

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Iran general warns US: Military ready to respond to pressure

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | 7 months ago

Iran general warns US: Military ready to respond to pressure

"As the days of president trump's administration begin to wane tensions between Tehran and Washington remain high the top commander of Iran's notorious paramilitary god has said that his country was fully prepared to respond to any U. S. military pressure general Hossein salami speak at the ceremony at Tehran university commemorating the upcoming one year anniversary of the killing of revolutionary guard general Qassem Soleimani by U. S. forces today we have no problem consent I don't retention tool in countering any palace we will give a final words want enemies on the battlefield without mentioning the U. S. directly at the time Iran retaliated by launching a ballistic missile strike on a military base in Iraq the cool spring concussion injuries to about one hundred U. S. troops likewise the head of Iran's judiciary and Brahim racy said all those who had a role in Sunday money's killing will not be able to escape law and justice even if they were U. S. president I'm Karen Thomas

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Deli meats suspected for causing 3-state Listeria outbreak

Family Financial Focus

00:24 sec | 9 months ago

Deli meats suspected for causing 3-state Listeria outbreak

"A CDC putting out a warning that at least 10 people are now infected with listeria across Massachusetts, Florida and New York, most likely connected to deli meats like salami, mortadella and prosciutto. It's not clear yet what specific type of deli meat is behind the outbreak or what supplier the 10 people infected have been hospitalized with one death reported. In

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Dallas - Texas Rangers Fall After Machado’s Grand Slam For The Padres In The 10th

San Diego's Morning News with Ted and LaDona

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

Dallas - Texas Rangers Fall After Machado’s Grand Slam For The Padres In The 10th

"Grand Slam Grand Slam were and slam bigtime. Denny's No. Three inner Three in a row Now for the Padres on three consecutive nights, Manny Machado blasted 1/10 inning Grand Salami is the Padres came from behind for their third straight win over Texas 63 as I mentioned now, this is three Grand slams in a row. They'll take on the Rangers again tonight with Denilson lament face enough against Kyle Gibbs and first pitches 5 10. Question catching on your home for the Potters in town, Fox Sports San Diego

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Pico in Lockdown

Travel with Rick Steves

04:35 min | 1 year ago

Pico in Lockdown

"Start by checking in with friend of the show author Pico to hear how he's faring during this pandemic summer Pico was raised in England in southern California by parents who were both philosophers and religious scholars we caught up with him in Santa Barbara Pico welcome back travel with Rick Steves Real Delight. It's always. Highlight, to talk to you. Thank you know people used your life between California and Japan tell us how you are dealing with this crisis. Well I spent the first half of the pandemic in Japan and I'm almost embarrassed to say that things are quite beautiful and the sense that things look very much the same as normal as you know from your many trips, the people wear masks much of the time in. Japan anyway literally and figuratively to protect others. If you were in a bus in Japan in November, usually, there'll be forty percents of the people wearing masks. So that part was not different and as you also know, Japan has managed to avoid the west of the virus. So even in the middle of April I was playing Ping Pong every day with my neighbors eight year old men were diving across the hard floor of the wooden Jim to hit back at forehands and really looking around everything seems same as usual except, of course, no foreign tourists. And I think the other thing about Japan which is one reason I moved. There is as you know, they're very STOIC uncomplaining and resilient, and so they've been dealing with challenges for fourteen hundred years there, and they don't see these kind of crises is shocked sore in the south. So aberrations they think of them almost as the way life always is they used to earthquakes some Salamis forest five. So in that way to it was quite a complex to be. and. Then I flew back in the middle of the pandemic to Santa Barbara where I am now because my mother who's now eighty nine just come out of the hospital and I knew I had to have and California did look very different from usual but in certain ways, people seem thoughtful and focused and reflective kind and. In some ways. Conversations I had with people here on the telephone if I in is in the supermarket with Michio the they might be otherwise I'm lucky again in both places because I'm in. The small town of not as affected as big cities and. Towns of privileged. So everybody was most concerned about those without a roof over the heads with family nearby jobs I had a pretty lucky I. Think you know, Pico, you mentioned in Japan people are to wearing masks both literally and figuratively and I cringed at that because I don't want to have a world where we wear literal masks I would want even less to have where we all have figurative masks and maybe we'll have more literal masks in our future. But what you're saying is when you got back to California, people might have been wearing masks but they were being a little more honest and open with each other's is that right? Yes. That is right. I'm I think in Japan the FIGURATIVE MOSQUES Seen as a form of social duty I think you know as you know, the Japanese define themselves by the the whole unit, the neighborhood or the country or the company, and they feel everybody around me is suffering, and so my job is to make people feel better. I don't want to inflict my own suffering on people who already going through a lot. I want to offer them what I can in the way of help Williamson. And support, and so actually I like that quality about Japan essentially positive and and also they're not rattled by things sometimes very small things will come along and and other places. I'll see people get very shocked and caught up in the fight of the moment and Japan has much more level suffix, which makes it in some ways a calm place you're right that they're not good at facing up to some of the DACA places. The, dogs spots in history. But as a win a sort of social lubricant, I think it makes for at least a cheerful atmosphere and it's sort of related to being considered socially. Exactly, it's. It's. It's. It's a matter of thinking about the other person before yourself and then recalling if remember in the Nami two, thousand eleven, eighteen, thousand, five, hundred people died and when people watch the footage on TV they were surprised the Japanese was so quiet uncomplaining and I think that's because even though one person that loves to people right here at the house, she knew that everybody around her had losses also and so she didn't want to compound that. Grief

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New Trader Joe's Products to Add to Your Shopping List

Inside Trader Joe's

05:06 min | 1 year ago

New Trader Joe's Products to Add to Your Shopping List

"I'm Miller director of words and phrases and clauses at trader. Joe's and I'm Matt Sloan. The Marketing Product Guy. This is going to be our shortest episode of inside trader Joe's ever, but remember it's quality that counts not quantity. We have so many new products coming in, and we know that customers love getting a heads up on new products, and why not a short episode? It's just about that right. You've heard used that phrase coming in. Okay, so coming in is short for coming into the store. We've just left out the preposition phrase. We want to give you a little bit of a shopping list that you can go into the store thinking about. There's something about summertime and scooping ice cream into a cone, and just sort of letting drip down I. Don't know there's I love that so new and in stores now organic sugar cones their classic sugar cone. There are nice size. Those waffle cones previously delicious and a little unwieldy. They were very large sea put like a half of a court of ice, cream and Philips to these are right-sized We got rid of the Styrofoam inner packaging. So it's great product. I'm excited for those and there's twelve in a box. A Lot's been made recently meatless products right. Pro Team Patty kind like Burger. That's been getting a lot of great attention and we have now in stores in the refrigerated section. We call it a Turkey lous protein patty. These are great. I'm going to I'm going to serve these with a brand new salad kit that we have which is a lemony, a Aruba Basil Salad Kit it's bright. I love a Regula, but the bright lemon acidity kinda counters, a little bit of the bitterness Great Combo with that Turkey Lewis Patty. Yeah and I'm really surprised, just overall. How much that Turkey lists protein patty tastes like a Turkey Burger. We have two products that are kind of like bread or Tortilla replacements. One is a cauliflower, thin, and one is a Hickam Arab. There's so many things being made with cauliflower now right, so why not make something? You could roll up your luncheon to or or make a breakfast burrito out of or something like that? The one that I'm fascinated by which right now I don't think. Think is available in every store. The Hickam wraps 'cause. It's literally just very thinly sliced Hickama that looks like a corn. Tortilla has fifteen calories and three grams of carbs in two wraps, and so for somebody who's looking at those things whose like watching carbs, and who still wants to be able to eat things sort of like sandwich, or like a Taco or like a Burrito. Cruel product. To other in-store new treaty things one sweet one savory, our baton wafer cookies, Vanilla chocolate. We have a lemon variety so lemon baton wafer cookie in that cylindrical canister, just great like a lemon cream kind of crunchy cookie you. You could even stick it in the ice cream that is scooped into your ice cream cone. Yeah, there's probably twice as tall as the cone itself, so you'd have an architectural element as well which is like fancy dining. The Nouveau cuisine ice cream cone at. At the other end of the flavor spectrum we have spicy Salami chips. Don't let that chips word fool you because these are in the refrigerator section, right? It's just Salami, but it's given a little bit of a treatment. Not dissimilar from those baked cheese bites my memory of those from when we had them at the tasting panel was they were incredibly credible. Just I wanted to keep going back and getting more okay. Nice light summer logger, fantastic pairing with those little sloppy chips. would be good. Let's move into some things that have not yet arrived, but are coming soon sometime between now and the end of the summer, the corn cookie baking mix like the best part of Corn Bread, and the best, just sort of really simple sugar cookie, and putting those two things together, but in a suite cookie. That's not overly sweet I believe. We spoke about this in the chocolate. Chocolate episode, but we have that almond beverage chocolate bar coming out right, think of milk chocolate made with dairy milk. This is made with almond beverage and eats just like a classic, rich, creamy, sweet chocolate bar well, and I'm not somebody who avoids dairy at all for any reason, but this is one of the best tasting sort of milk chocolate bars I've ever had. In my life, even though it doesn't have milk in it. Oh a couple of really interesting health and beauty products that we have coming in. We have a strawberry hand, cream and strawberries sugar scrub coming in probably middle of June. End of

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The Wisdom of Solitude: Lessons from the Lives of the Prophets

The Friday Circle Podcast

10:38 min | 1 year ago

The Wisdom of Solitude: Lessons from the Lives of the Prophets

"We look at the lives of the prophets to see what we can learn from something. We're supposed to do all the time. Anyway I something that lesson hunting with the other. He wants us to do. That's why he sa- panel with the honor. His put their stories in on We have more detail about them in the highly. And so I wanted to begin by looking at the life of a Ubani Saddam when he says what are you ignore? The Obama who anemia sunny. A little while under Rohani And mentioned a you when he cool to his Lord Indeed. Adversity has touched me. And you are the most messy full Over the muscle said you by the Senate on this Great Prophet of Los Apparently Data. Who many of us have heard of many people love it? They love him so much that they named their children off to the U. Many many a UBIQUONOL massage school. It's families what was so great about this prophet. And what lessons can we take from his life now in in the Times that we're in this situation of where without tells us here in the NBA? He called on a loss of Hanoi Thailand and mentioned a you when he called his Lord. Indeed adversity has touched me. So you buddy. Saddam he says to us about Sapan Donna in Nima Sunny Doda. That has afflicted me something by this happened to me. Then also handle the data in the next Jeopardize the Hoof Akasha abby he indoor The Dallas so we responded to him and removed what afflicted him of adversity will add a now. Who who Miss American or Indiana where they could only live and we gave him back his family and the like there with them as mercy from us and a reminder for the worship of a law so you about this profitable east from the most beloved of creation to Those special human beings that were chosen by a lesson with due to the cleanliness of their hall due to day connection the commitment to a lesson and this great prophet. He's then tested. He's given test that. He can be Shaab that he can take because without a dozen tests. Us doesn't afflicts us with anything that we can't handle you live alone of sin in there was he had a wife. He had children. He added family. He had well he had looks. He had all these things he had a place in society and loss of handle what he tested Ubani Saga by afflicting him with a disease within a an ailment and this caused him to become repulsive to the people he's his skin was was covered in these In this disease and people when they saw him they were repulsed by his life. They didn't want to go near. And so for being this person who was wealthy family Mixed and went about his business went about society about with people as he as we do. He went from that to being somebody who no one wanted to be around. Nobody wants you to see. And he became almost completely cut off. He had His wife who remained him. And there's a evidence from That they were a couple of other people but apart from that you belie Salaam has lost that position that he had amongst you know. Just going about people mixing with them talking to them socializing with that He loses his family and he loses his wealth and of course he's lost his health. Now he doesn't in this area also says you will listen. He says to almost a Muslim. Hi Donna way you if neither a robot who anemic do. He says the. I've been afflicted with adversity. Are you ready? Salaam? Does it make donahue. He just states the fact that I've been afflicted And so powerful that sufficient that was sufficient for a loss of Hannibal at the IDA to know what he wants what he saying and a lust soprano Diana says Though that we answered he's He's plea what he wanted. Even though it's not expressly woods he wanted a lawsuit Hainan with either to alleviate his suffering to fix the situation that he was also colonel. Valla he does the Removes Fiction And obviously he spoke he cool to lessen hand with after say what he was going through with lots of. Hanno with allies names and characteristics that he was looking appeal to at that time. We chose Hamill rocking that you are the most musset full out of those who are masterful. And so this is something that you know the Alabama they often speak about the when you make and you're looking for something from a lesson planning with then use those names those attributes of the loss of Hanuman Island which which linked to the that you're asking for so if it's For example you know we want a lesson hundred dollar to help us We may talk about you. Know we And here you ballet. Salamis looking for balance you have messy upon him and alleviate suffering so he speaks about messy Hanno with either as made his Story reminded fos that no matter what where afflicted we've now specifically in these days they're also people have fallen ill and they're suffering from that. There are those people who've Suffered the loss of livelihood in the same way as Saddam did there are those people who Who are losing family members? They themselves might be fine. Themselves may have gotten better but they have lost family members. So this only things that we may be going through now that Similar to what you really. Saddam expires. a lot of the The impact the effects of the time that we're leaving in the things that we're going through Not even GONNA become a power for a while When things start to settle and the economy in companies et Cetera et CETERA. Start to get back up to speed report. What's going on? We may find a lot. More people are affected their livelihood affected more than we know now because right now he's still a time of uncertainty. So we see we will happens. What's to come but the time that we're in now And the time to come whatever time it may be cool for something which is central to the story of. Are You Ready Center? And that. His patients his sub. We'll talk about that a bit later. what does patients look like? Now in our time patients would be when we were afflicted when something's difficult Is facing us so I do know some brothers who have lost their jobs One of others. He called me yesterday and spoke to me about the fact that he's sees Joel So these people don't know that for a fact now and there's those that don't know that for sure at the moment when something like that happens. There is an inclination forms. You know in some of us for many reasons It may be because of our background. They may be because away from that when something bad happens when something difficult happens the first instinct is to turn to some of those bad things from our background so someone may tend to drugs. Someone may may tend to You know other things other things. I don't mention them in the fear that people think it's okay to time to these things Because it's not a loss without when he speaks about patients and that's why we're talking about. It's not what is patients. Look like that when these things happen when these hardships they strike then a less Hannah what the ISLA expects from us that we tend to him. that's what patients looks like. We turned to him in Dora. We to humidity bad. We tend to him in controlling our our souls and containing ourselves. No not saying not doing things which will be displeasing to handle data and some of us have and some of us. Have you know so The person that I was speaking to that was one of these big fees that my initial reaction was not a good one but not much to handle without food or she and and I reminded the Butler that we can always make you turn into a lesson on it and we should in the doer of told by his own.

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Love Yourself Like Your Life Depends On It with Kamal Ravikant

Broken Brain with Dhru Purohit

09:36 min | 1 year ago

Love Yourself Like Your Life Depends On It with Kamal Ravikant

"If anyone wants to get healthy they can. And it's pretty easy consistency. We do that. But how often do we take our mind consistently every day? I'M GONNA take care my mind and I mind is what runs the whole damn show. I've worn droop. Wrote here hosted the Berkman podcast and today's episode. We're talking with author. Kamal Robbie conduct all on the topic of how to love yourself like your life depends on it because it does fascinating interview. Stay to welcome to the broken brain. Podcast where we dive deep and then the topics of neural plasticity epigenetics mindfulness functional medicine and mindset all with the goal of helping. You understand how your brain is not broken. I'm drew PRUITT and each week. My team and I bring on a new guest who we think can help you improve your brain health feel better and most importantly live more. This week's guest is Kamal. Ravi Gump Kamal is the author of love. Yourself like your life depends on it. He's meditated with monks in Himalayas. We got to hear about that served as a army. Infantry soldier and Co founded several companies and venture capital firm in Silicon Valley. Come all. I've been looking forward to this interview. Thanks for coming on the PODCAST. Thanks for having me man. I kick off with a quote that I came across years ago and I just thought perfect when I was giving your book by Gideon Gideon while Harper Winer. Yeah When he had mentioned you and then another mutual friend mentioned it and I started flipping through the book. I thought of this quote by CS Lewis. Success hardships prepare ordinary people for an extraordinary life interesting. That's going and while he was a wise man he was a wise man so I want to kick it off by starting from the beginning. You Open Up Your Book and you talk about in two thousand eleven. The company that you spent three years of your life building and all of your money went under set the stage for us at the beginning. Okay so the the genus. This book is actually. This is not a book. Set out to write. You know that people like I'm going to write this book. This was never a book to write. It came out of an experience. That was very transformative for me where I've been in Silicon Valley building startups building companies at Dunwell and the last company. I was building At self-funded if over three and a half years and then took on funding. Because I'd run out of money you know. Billing tech companies not cheap right for for years and And the whole thing blew up and I lost everything you know which in hindsight you you remember. I remember now. Look Ninety something percent star tech startups fail but when is yours and all your money you ego your personality is self worth all of us wrapped up in it. I I it. Blew up on with it and and I was in a really dark place and you know the other things happening in life to at the time it was almost like we had like Salami. I'll just happened at the same time and I was in a very dark place in one night. I just was like okay. I can't do this anymore. I gotta get out of this place or die trying. I cannot be here and and it was like this this intense moment of like saying. I can't do this anymore. Can't be here anymore in this place. This does this darkness depression. Whatever you WANNA call it and I walked over to my journal and my on my desk and I wrote down something to myself I and I you know you should write notes to myself but this this time. Something from somewhere deep I wrote a vow to myself and it was a vow Listen the book You know I'm GonNa Paraphrase but it was avowed alum myself and I don't know where that came from. I wasn't sitting on thinking you know what I need. Another makeup news failed. I need to love myself that I wasn't thinking that at all. I don't know whether we came from like somewhere. Deep Right. It was like one of those pure moments of life. We just come through something deep. I did recognize that. And it was a vow as a full on commitment to myself. And so I'm a big believer keeping your commitments that you made from the heart and this was a pure from the heart to myself and so I had to keep it except I didn't know how and said okay. I'm GonNa work on this. I started because I nothing else to do. My Company of failed. I lost everything of living credit cards and I was trying to figure out what to do next and so I just started like trying things in my head because that's the only thing I control the only control I really had was if I was if I was not happy verbs in my mind the only control ahead was will work on my mind as I started. Just do things to my mind and started trying things and I found. Things are starting to make me shift to make me feel better. And if they worked I went deeper if it stopped working through. I didn't care all I wanted was one result was to get out of this place and so avoid by following that almost like a decision tree of things that are working out working and going deeper deeper. I came up with like a simple practice doing every day and I was just getting better and better. Better my take a better in my life started getting better and this didn't take long. It took weeks if most right and it was it was. I'd never ever knew that was possible to go from that kind of darkness to like almost like light. And so you know it's like when you discover something in life that's really transformative. The next thing. Is you become like newly converted your friends. Who are going through stuff. I would tell them like Lara Dude. Like don't worry. I figured out here I would write little things because while I'll be building companies in Silicon Valley. I'd also been training myself to write literary fiction. I wanted to be write novels right. So I've done the ten thousand hours. I knew how to write someone. Just right up little things and sent to them like little almost a couple of word a couple of pages worth like. Here's what I did. Here's what I went through here. Do this right. I would do this for friends and because it gets tiring having to explain again again because people ask questions adding them again. It gets here. Let me just write it that I could share the same people. I mean different people and it started it worked for them because it's like a simple simple stuff. There's nothing complicated. Have to stand on your head and scratch your. You know like do anything to say. Just little stuff you're doing inside your head beer. And they had all the time any day she'll things that when and we'll get to all that and we'll break it all down but foundational things. That seem so simple that we often overlook. Well look ultimately. If you look at anything in life you look at Art. You look at writing. You look at Physics math anything. Simplicity's where it's all the if the closer to break it down to the basics the very very fundamental basics and simplicity is transformation happens you know especially for us as human beings. We don't need to know complicated stuff. We will not practice it. We need simple stuff that we can do consistently and I was talking with every time. I ritual you know talking yesterday and like was the Diet Best Diet I think the best I can keep consistently was the best fitness program. The one that you can keep consistently you know not the one that you do once a month you know and same thing with the mind. What is the best way for mindset the simplest most effective that you can do consistently and I was in a place where all I wanted was results? I didn't care about theory. I didn't care about Does it make me feel half better. I just wanted to get out over was right so I wanNA come back to your story because a company failing isn't event right and even the word failure is our story on it like you wanted anyway. I was totally in that story right. You're in that story. So you talked about this valley that you made to love yourself but let's go back and set the stage a little better. Because I think that a lot of listeners our podcast might be able to identify it. Identify with it. So what were you doing? You had a situation. You had an intended outcome. It didn't work out. It wasn't what you wanted. But what was the story that you created around it? And where were you at that time that you were doing the opposite of loving yourself while? I was a typical Entrepreneur story in the sense. Like look I didn't take even a Sunday off over three and a half years I think no near the end. My team convinced mutate. Start taking Sunday's off right. I was so obsessed. I was going to pull this off. My entire sense of self was wrapped up. All my money was wrapped up in it and it was coming close to be successful. So my ego was wrapped up in it I WANNA blew up. You know I I took it personally. You know which which is normal. But it's also kind of silly because I gave it my all. You know it's not like a didn't work my butt off you know But it was like the whole story of failure and also I was just. I was worn out. I was sick There are other things happening my life that would result just like a cascade effect of just being bottom and one of the things. I tell people as like look. Don't cut got caught up in my story in a it's a human thing hitting bottom is hitting bottom. People know what that is. You can be living in a in a in a Bedouin. Tent in the middle of the desert understand. What like feeling bad is like we're paying bottom doesn't mean that you have to have built a company to hit bottom should universal humane human. The human you know fear love pain joy these things these are all fundamental human constructs right so and that are all relative to your circumstances just like you said you don't have to be a founder now could be trying to do something for your kid's school well. You could have anything life. A BREAK-UP HAPPEN YAM breakup. Great for gave making your head bottom tastic. I'm poster child for those you know like I it's it's a very human thing but also rising is also very human

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Both sides in Libya conflict agree need for lasting ceasefire: UN negotiator

UN News

01:18 min | 1 year ago

Both sides in Libya conflict agree need for lasting ceasefire: UN negotiator

"The UN negotiator leading talks to secure an end to fighting in Libya said on Tuesday that officials from both parties parties to the conflict have agreed on the need for a permanent and lasting ceasefire to replace an uncertain truce. The parties are meeting in Geneva of months of conflict around Tripoli between between the UN recognized at government of National Accord or GNA and these self-styled Libyan national army or Ellena which laid siege to the capital last April at a press conference Augustan Salami Special Representative of the United Nations Secretary General said that both sides had accepted the principle of truth in January but it has not been respected. Did Mr Saleh may also warned that an international arms embargo has been broken incessantly since the UN Security Council agreed to it in twenty eleven with evidence of increasing thing find interference. We have evidence of new equipments but also new fighters non Libyan fighters joining the two camps champs. Therefore we believe that the arms embargo is being violated by both parties. And I also hope that those were exporting. Take these arms understand that that is already more than twenty million pieces of weapons in the country and that this is enough and the company it doesn't need new equipment's

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Libya rivals hold UN-sponsored talks

UN News

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

Libya rivals hold UN-sponsored talks

"Meeting of Libya's at rival military groups has begun in Geneva. It's been announced in a statement from the UN in Geneva on Monday. The organization said that senior officers. The so-called five plus five Libyan joint military commission are participating in the talks they represent the UN recognized is. The government of National Accord will GINA and these self-styled Libyan National Army Elena. The day began it siege of Tripoli last April led by Commander Khalifa after who is aligned with a rival administration in the eastern city of top Brooke according to the UN communicate the talks are being moderated by gas and Salami a special representative of the United Nations secretary. General and head of the United Nations Support Mission in Libya or

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Moscow's Depo Market: Russia's Top Culinary Destination

Monocle 24: The Menu

05:01 min | 1 year ago

Moscow's Depo Market: Russia's Top Culinary Destination

"Palo Alto Welcome to food neighborhoods monocle twenty four. I am Marcus hip. Older cities have areas the local love for their food and drink offerings. And in this series we get to know these places these week we head to the DEP. Oh Marcus in most. Go avast converted trim factory that makes a claim to be the biggest food hall on the continents are guys is more cools feo. Matt's variety in color possibly aren't words you associate with Russian cuisine. Not unless varieties of soup. The color of beat it certainly true that until recently there wasn't so much variety on the Moscow restaurant scene I I was hearing the T- thousands writing about food and drink for local paper and restaurants starting to diverse by then but for the most part you're looking at very high end. European food lead lower end Russian food on the big craze at the time which was Sushi. Well that's changed and you can see the change for yourself at a huge each market and food court just to the north central Moscow. The owners say it's the largest space of its kind in Europe. The markets housed in a converted. Tram de pay okay from the turn of the last century and spread over eleven thousand square meters about the size of a Manhattan City block the renovated building tape last year. And based seventy five restaurants and one hundred and forty stalls serving food from around the world. Anything from Bausch and pell may need to Fogo peaking doc natural lines barbecued meats. Traffic Crap Haggas and the club. It's still the New Year holidays in Russia and many Muscovites are out of town but Debo or they're pau as it's called here is buzzing outside. It's grim it's been a frequent winter here so there isn't even the usual thick layer of snow on the ground to brightens things up but in this red brick building. It's all glitter Christmas decorations and neon lights. It's mid afternoon and I'm today's visit a number twelve thousand Indi- seventy-three according to take on the markets website pushing through the mylene crowds and looking for a space at the table scattered around the market. I can believe that once your security which here is a metal detector in a couple of students faced God's staple of any public space in Moscow. You hit the local produce stalls fruits and vegetables not since spices. Caviar smoked fish and Russian cheeses. Don't be fooled by names. Names like Rockville Brio common. These are all produced locally and there's a political reason for that. Western dairy products have been under embargo in Russia since two thousand fourteen as part of the ongoing fallout from the Ukraine crisis. And this is given the country's cheesemakers a real boost. Not just to create imitations of French and Italian cheeses aces. They hear that. Pretty good imitations but also to develop more of their own. Actually there's a political element to the whole concept of deputy. When Muscovites came out to protest President Vladimir Putin's return to the Kremlin in twenty twelve? After four years as prime minister. The authorities didn't respond to their demands. They did attempt to appease the middle classes by making Moscow an easier place to live with better transport and better public spaces. Perhaps people would be less set on regime gene change and this food is very much a part of that. Now the the stores are arranged in tramlines as a not. The BUILDINGS HISTORY LINE AFER Georgian Moroccan dim sum and more lime beef Vietnamese Greek and a British pie shop admittedly doesn't seem to be doing very much trade see for a bar pass pizzas defeat desserts and health feed. If you're visiting you'll probably want to try something thing from Russia or other post-soviet cuisines you won't be able to find so easily elsewhere. So maybe try the mysteriously titled Back Man Whose Beck's which does a good Plov committee rice dish from Central Asia and Monte. Thick Greasy dumplings. Were just next door. There's back your corner offering skewers of meat as a by John Style and on a decent local wine list. If you're after Russian Russian head to the Tiger Gastro pub for Venison Pattaya and Salami which for seven hundred hundred and fifty rubles each. That's around nine pounds. Where you can try destroyed by Bruschi facilit- Russian classics cabbage seep minced? Hiring Full Schmidt meat cutlets cutlets in pies before heading back out into the slush. There are plenty of options to something sweet whether it's Russian delicacies. Like metabolic honey cake or Punky keke the local equivalent of dates or even Vegan and gluten. Free tards it's allowed bustling place and little Gordie for some people's tastes but if it's variety Brian Kelly or after in Moscow. DEMPO is a good place to start for Monaco in Moscow on

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Trump administration defends decision to kill Qassem Soleimani

Todd and Don

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Trump administration defends decision to kill Qassem Soleimani

"It now trump has warned the US will not be harsh sanctions if Iraq expels American troops in retaliation for that strike in Baghdad that killed the general salami Iran is now vowing retaliation and over the weekend secretary of state Mike Pompeii a resident from made the right decision to stop Qassem Soleimani from the terror cap campaign that he'd been engaging against America not only five years ago and ten years ago on December twenty seventh one American was killed by could he has a lot at the orchestrated direction of customs of the money to prevent the future plans that the terrorists or money had in front of him all right so there you go a lot of people have a lot of questions and strong opinions about this story

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U.S. kills Iranian military leader Qasem Soleimani in Baghdad strike

Chris Krok

02:26 min | 1 year ago

U.S. kills Iranian military leader Qasem Soleimani in Baghdad strike

"I am so proud president trump as I speculated as I've been telling you that I believed it did do it he ordered the Pentagon has confronted here's the statement of the proper defense coming moments ago at the direction of the president the US military has taken decisive defensive action to protect the US personnel abroad by killing Qasem Soleimani the head of the Iranian revolutionary guard corps cuts forced a US designated foreign terrorist organization general Soleimani was actively developing plans to attack American diplomats and service members in Iraq and throughout the region journal so the money in his clubs force were responsible for the deaths of hundreds of American and coalition service members and the warning of thousands more here constrain the tax and coalition bases in Iraq over the last several years several months it says including the attack on December twenty seventh culminating in the death and wounding of an additional American and Iraqi personnel general so the money also has approved the attacks on the US embassy in Baghdad that took place this week the strike was aimed at deterring future Iranian attack plans the United States who's got the ball back that's me putting then it will continue to take all necessary action to protect our people and our and just wherever they are around the world home home fox news all breaking in with this moments ago trump ordered a game changing US military attack that killed Iranian journal Qasim salami the head of the I. R. G. a cubs force among other military officials and but the international airport what I tell you they they they they they they did it from the it appears from the ground up probably with like I said some CA CIA or some you know troops of some sort of the quote unquote aren't there trump ordered a game changing US military attack to kill him among other officials Pentagon confirm he's the military mastermind who secretary state Pompeii a deemed equally as dangerous as ISIS leader Abu Bakir out because of the in October like that he killed himself to US raid on the compound during in Syria seven months after the ISIS caliphate crumbled in April of last year now now that's twenty twenty one the city proper nouns Iran was responsible for killing six hundred eight troops during the war US troops during the Iraq war solely money was the head of the Iranian Iran backed forces carrying out those operations killing

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Restaurant business is a labour of love

UN News

08:41 min | 1 year ago

Restaurant business is a labour of love

"A woman chef a New Orleans in United States has been telling you a news how the restaurant business business and cooking in particular has been a lifelong labor of love for her Roseanne Rosta. Kerr decided she wanted to be a chef at age fourteen and ultimately opened her own restaurant nine years ago she spoke to the International Labor Organization as part of a photography project to mark the the centenary of the establishment of the UN agency. The project called dignity at work. The American experience documents the working life of people across the the United States Kevin Cassidy the director of the Eiloz Office for the. US sat down with a following a busy shift at her restaurant. Red gravy in in New Orleans. We moved here in two thousand and ten my boyfriend and I and he gave up his law practice to down here and do this with me. I always wanted a restaurant some time I was ten years old. My mom had gone back to work. It was nineteen seventy two and prior to that it. It was a one income family. My father worked. My mother was home. Become you know the seventies you wanted things. It was time for the MOMS to go to work and she did. I had an older brother who was baseball. Football paper route all that that kept him out of the house younger sister that I had to come home and watch and get dinner started which I loved doing. I didn't mind at all. I used to watch Julia Child. And the galloping gourmet everybody else's watching bugs bunny and and and the other thing that's on but I learned how to make a rue when I was ten years old and I didn't even know what I was doing. I just knew that I could make Brown gravy. Maybe better than my mother. I knew that and it got to the point where I was giving my mother. The shopping list come. I'm too young too young to go to the market to give me this. Give me this this that and the other thing and they were coming home to meals that were you know they were good. I thought I was doing well and then when I wanted to go to cooking school in high school in Bergen County. They had a vocational high school. You could go to the public high school you go to a parochial high school or you go to the vocational school which was Bergen Tech and that was where I wanted to go. I knew I wanted to do when I was fourteen years old but they said No. You can't go no job for women. So I went to a parochial high school segregated from the boys which I didn't care for at all and that was the direction that I went when it came time to go to college. I asked again. Can I go to Johnson and Wales. Can I go to the culinary institute but my mom worked at Fairleigh Dickinson University Teaneck and as a result we could go to college college. They're for free so blue collar family. It's either we're going to spend money on the middle child to go to cooking school. Follow some pipe dream or we're all gonna go to fairly Dickinson and I went fairleigh Dickinson and I was going to be an English teacher. What can I do that gets me out of an office because I knew I didn't want to be in an office and I went to school to college for a semester and a half before I dropped out I had gotten engaged young when I was about nineteen years old and once my future husband and I had decided that so we were going to get married and I said well you know what. I don't want to be an English teacher. I know I don't WanNa do that so I quit. And I went to work for newspaper doing classified ads. We got married. We had our children. This is the mid eighties and in the late eighties early nineties when it was time for me to go back to work because my kids. We're old enough that they didn't need round the clock care and we could do daycare. I got a job at a company. Called Dak- I think it was called full working at the corporate kitchen of ups so's my first job as a professional cook. I live I mean the entire resume I said I had a catering business I said I did pies for the holidays but I knew how to do it. I just had to get my foot in the door. Four and it just so happened that it was a female chef who maybe wanted to give me a chance but she hired me and then I'm like okay. I got to talk talk. I need to walk the walk and within six months I was her sous chef so I pulled it off and we kept going. We worked together for a year at that particular account and it was a brand new kitchen. Everything was shining and sparkling and worked. And everything you wanted did there was three and four and then we lost that account because as is with corporate dining they're always bringing in new clients and you lose the accountant and you go work someplace else. So we went from this beautiful corporate kitchen of the United States Postal Service ups to ramp college. And I think the kitchen was five hundred years old. The Grease was certainly five hundred years old. The mice were five hundred years old and I took one step into that kitchen and Chinese and there wasn't anything everything was broken. The officers were small smell bad she left for another thing and they gave me the account. I'm running this account a year and a half after I first walked into the kitchen and managing a one point two million dollar recount. I have no idea what I'm doing. When it comes to the numbers I had to be taught how to take an inventory and I just kept moving up that ladder? I never wanted to stay with. They hired they hired me to make Tuna Salad Chicken Salad and Egg Salad and then from eleven o'clock until three o'clock work the Deli line making sandwiches for people some weird combinations. I mean there are people who put onions and mayonnaise and Salami the on the tuna sandwich. I've eaten some weird shit. I mean I had two babies. I know what it's like to eat somewhere you know. I'm trying to smile Lila. I'm preparing you all sandwich. The whole New York in May is now. I left that for a little while. I don't know how now honest you want me to be on this thing but I did leave the cooking industry for a little while to become New York. City's most vicious dominatrix and I did that. For about out. Five years I worked out of a studio in New York on twenty four while but I didn't like the commute and I didn't like sitting around and waiting to get picked. I don't like authority. And they don't like somebody to look at me and say no. No no I want somebody else so I went into business for myself and I turned the family basement sment into a dungeon slash studio told my kids never come downstairs and this is no place for you. A- and I continue to do that until nine eleven and then all the disposable income in New York dried up nobody wanted to spend money back on frivolity. If we might be going to war at any minute and I got the older I wasn't I wasn't young like the regular Dominatrix matrixes who were like twenty eight and do anything. I was in my late thirties at this so I did that for awhile while decided okay. I can't keep doing this. I'm too old. I'm certainly not GonNa just do anything these guys ask and I also wanted a lot of money. I was getting almost hundred dollars an hour to do this so talk about the lottery. I went back to work in the kitchen for half half of what I had been making eight years earlier but I very quickly work myself going back up again because I wasn't going to stay at that same level and by the time time I left to move here I moved here in two thousand ten. The last cooking job I had was the executive chef at the New York Stock Exchange won't and I left that to go to the county college of Morris to be the director of the account because I wanted to learn the back of the house a little bit. I want to learn the office. I knew how to cook. I knew how to

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The Frame 5th Anniversary Special

The Frame

04:56 min | 1 year ago

The Frame 5th Anniversary Special

"We launched the frame. We were doing something for the the very first time I had been a print reporter my entire life so we ask our guests for stories when they first succeeded or failed old. We have a thirty second request though in two weeks. Everybody who comes on is saying the first thing that something happened. I M Gena Davis and the first time fine I got cast in a movie was in tootsie. Few the first job did I failed and actually got fired on American gangster. I'm John Stewart the first time. I've bobbed onstage. funnily enough was the first time I was on stage. For some reason I was absolutely not nervous at all. The first scene was with Dustin Hoffman in my underwear but what I learned from that was Is Not all about me and you have to learn how to advocate sometimes as a filmmaker The Bitter End New York City. One o'clock in the morning following three doors cover bands. I had a good five minutes prepared about two minutes into the audience realized I might suck at this. The funniest thing was I didn't know you're only supposed to come on the days that you're working and nobody bothered to to tell me for six weeks. I showed up at six and went home when everybody else did. I'd get a chair and put it right next to Sydney Pollack considerable bad day avenue. I still feel that page on the is I walked into the night I thought to myself you know. There are a lot of law schools if I could I could go to them. And our first guest in two thousand fourteen was Christopher Nolan He. He was about to release his movie. Interstellar a lot of people are saying that this is your most personal film. How do you respond to that? You take a compliment. You think they might be right. I basic they don't know me so I I do you know yourself. I don't know Myself Derby when either you've been a lot of real world events that have driven our coverage over the years but the one that coincided with our launch was a Sony Hack today today the. US government pointed the finger of blame directly at North Korea with a devastating cyber attack against Sony. Pictures taken down the movie. The interview. That poked fun on at the North Korean dictator whole. They caused a Lotta damage. The cyber attack of Sony pictures which allegedly was conducted by North Korea came in response to a movie. It was called the interview. It Starts Seth Rogan and James Franco. It was a crazy story. It evolved every day and in the middle of it Dan Sterling in who was the screenwriter of the interview was with us in studio. Hi thanks for having me. It's very rare that a screenwriter is like with us to talk about breaking news news so I guess my breaking news questions. What the Hell's going on today? Well I just know what's going on in my email inbox which is an increasing flood of people asking me if if I'm okay both emotionally physically and financially was your answer. What do you tell you know? I was at a party on Saturday night where the host was introducing me to everybody the at the Party as this is the guy that brought down Sony exit was funny. Well the first four or five hundred times. The joke was made. It was funny except Except actually it's a way it's actually not funny to me I'm It's been a surreal experience. I'm still very much in the middle of the one thing that I know that I'm not happy about is actually The real suffering that is going on at Sony. Not Not just by the person who green lit my films so bravely but also by all the other people affected by the hack. I'm quite concerned about them there. There's so much about this story. We'll get to the film in it in a second. But what about about the reaction to the film itself has been the most surprising to you. Well look About a year ago today I was I was on a sound stage age and I was at the monitor watching Seth Rogan who was completely naked except for a sock around his penis and he had a bunch of Salami Alami tucked between his buttocks that a German shepherd was eating out of because the scene was he was being Sniffed by you know a bomb sniffing dog and I was laughing my head off sitting next to his mother who seemed to be used to these sorts of things and she was knitting a scarf and at the time Nothing like any. This could have occurred to me because the movie is just a in our minds was supposed to be an outrageous of course somewhat provocative but totally hilarious comedy which I think that it is but the the the reaction by the North Korean government was surprising to me And all of the things that have ensued have been. Ah I was quite naive going into

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Avoiding red or processed meat doesn't seem to give health benefits

Chuck and Kelly

01:20 min | 1 year ago

Avoiding red or processed meat doesn't seem to give health benefits

"Did you see this the the the public health officials there and put out a study that was published in the well Monday the annals of internal medicine study claims there's insufficient evidence to support claims that red meat pose a significant health risks the researchers said if there are health benefits from eating less beef and pork they are small and are not sufficient to tell individuals to change their meat eating habits hello interesting well you know you can buy ground beef that's leaner than some Turkey or even like like a New York strip very lean hi all pro team but like a reply all fat right you don't yet know your cuts and you know what do you. do you base any of your behaviors on the studies that seem to change all the time or if you can all I can I I mean I pay more attention to you know things that I like or don't like things that I know work well with me or for me and don't so I don't I don't eat a lot of red meat anyway but not because I have a fear of it or anything it's just not because I make chicken every day. we have chosen my son we have chicken five days a week and on the weekends we we list subject secular assigned to get. the one thing I I do kind of avoid and I don't really have evidence for it necessarily although I think it's been I I do kind of of the stay with Mike the the over processed meats like salami isn't baloney that cast off well I will slip in him and hold him solutions so I make some

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Live at Amazon Re:MARS  Interview with Tom Soderstrom, Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL)

AI Today Podcast: Artificial Intelligence Insights, Experts, and Opinion

08:10 min | 1 year ago

Live at Amazon Re:MARS Interview with Tom Soderstrom, Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL)

"Here at the Amazon remorse conference which is going on between June third and seventh in Las Vegas two thousand nine hundred and that is and for those who they're not aware of the Mars conference it actually stands for machine learning automation robotics and space of course being focused on artificial intelligence and it's broad applications focused on those first three letters mostly machine learning mation and robotics components and as part of that we are thrilled and excited to have today as our special guest Tom Sodas trump who is the chief technology and innovation officer at NASA jet potion laboratory hi Tom Thank you so much for joining us on the podcast today well thank you for having me this is a true pleasure and an honor yeah thank you so much for joining us today we'd like to start by having introduce yourself to our listeners and tell them a bit about your background and your current role at NASA my role is really to try to predict the future and in future today so it's really if you can we've created an innovation experience center where we go into this room to experience the future today and with that is all about is trying to understand what technology waves are ready to be served and which ones are worthy to be surfed and if we serve them can we have an impact to JPL NASA and really any enterprise and we're from California so were surfer dudes that's our metaphor yeah as a matter of fact yeah we heard you give a talk at the Keno on Wednesday here at the conference and for our listeners who were not able to make that show maybe you can give us a little bit of a recap of what you talked about some of the insights that you have at Nasa Jpl certainly the talk title was too Walker Thais Mars and this was playing words Mars in this context means machine learning automation robotics and space and of course we care a lot about the planet Mars so democratizing means two things that means surfing these technology waves that makes it available to people so that's the other part having everyone participate in answering the questions that NASA is answering like is there life in space are we alone if we one day needed to export humanity would we have a place to go and where do the universe comes from where is it going these are big questions that affect all of us and therefore all of that should be involving solving them so democratizing Mars means to make the Algorithms make it available make data available so that future explorers can stand on the shoulders of giants not in years or decades but in minutes and right now as I know that this event is all about machine learning and ai but so in your talk you didn't touch upon that much can you tell our listeners some examples about how Jay is using a I certainly did I gave a few examples of a but very few because the conference is full of really good examples of ai the one I gave was about predictive maintenance so we use today we have satellites around Earth and in deep space and we want to see if they're about to go wrong so you use machine learning and take the previous tracks or orbits US training data and then we now take the actual data as news around machine learning algorithms to see things on wrong if they're going wrong then what we do is we visualize it for the people so that the people are still in the low so we intelligent assistance rather than artificial intelligence. I A rather than and that's been very successful we're finding just about all the anomalies that people found we tested and now some that people didn't find that's great you know we talk about ai as seven patterns of a until predictive analytics is one of them and we do know that NASA is doing a lot of predictive analytics so I appreciate that example that you're with us because we talk about that a lot and I don't think that some of our listeners understand or know just how how much NASA is using predictive analytics so the example with the satellite was great can you talk to us about other ways that you're using it as well so in other one predicted maintenance is so if you think about what NASA and JPL does we track spacecraft in all of our solar system and beyond actually on this sort of system so to do that as the earth rotates you have to have antenna farms that can understand and listen to our spacecraft talk to them wherever this baseball Dr for instance voyager it takes almost forty hours to get a signal out back so the space Antonio that Central Command another antenna will receive well those antennas are in very high demand so you need to understand what maintenance do we need to do so we're using a lot of ai to say what looks like it was going to break we hope you're enjoying this podcast and sorry for the brief interruption Kakinada not only produces the AI podcast listening to right now but we also generate research and advisory to help companies make sense of AI cognitive technologies we also run the most authoritative vendor neutral she learning training and certification on the market if you're looking to make a reality for your organization are a three-day cog lick training is for you if you're interested in attending confined pricing and registration on our website at cognreznick dot com will also provide a link in the show notes we've met many of our podcast listeners in our classes and we hope that we'll see are you there as well now back to the podcast who's going to break we'll use another antenna and take it off line for a little bit and that's one good example that can then be democratized two trains automobiles airplanes cars just as we can learn from their methods to make our machine learning better so I know that you know we talked about some of these applications of around predictive analytics and some of these other things that you're doing at NASA JPL but maybe you could talk about some of the broader things because NASA is involved only in stuff that's orbiting other plans but right here at home as well so maybe you could talk about how he is being applied in space both on other planets and right here orbiting our own perfect why don't we start with home the homeless where the hardest and there's a lot of things happening what we do at NASA is to look at Earth from space and you get a very different perspective so we have a lot of satellites orbiting Earth they take around ninety minutes to get around and for instance one good use case of AI is detect forest fires so they're looking and all of a sudden let's see they see a plume and it looks like a forest fire they can then re target another satellite too zoom in and then trigger the fire department to respond to so that is really about an autonomous swarm of satellites working on the human behalf another one is to take in all of we're sending a lot of satellites out to look at water so we understand the water pattern we understand that the ice melting pattern so we can do machine learning on that and let people know with real data what's happening and neither one is predicting Salamis hurricanes floods droughts all of that it's all about looking at massive amounts of data and analyzing it and looking for patterns and giving you a heads up warning happening so those are some easy if I can say that use cases another one anyway so that's enough about earth for now space so are farthest craft voyager it's about roughly fifteen billion miles away with a B and we have a lot of space craft in between we have spacecraft on Mars awesome Mars is the Mars Curiosity Rover for example is driving a Mars and finds it looks for rocks that we have pre identified it also has a I running on it that is looking for interesting rocks so it has so it finds one of those and it takes naps a picture of it and then if it has enough energy and depending on what else it needs to do then it sends that serves as an intelligent digital assistant to the human to catch the things that we missed so that's one example of

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"salami" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"salami" Discussed on KQED Radio

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"salami" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"salami" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Salami Jones. Joe Castiglione sucks radio a five Ron aid sent Boston to an eight two win in Houston. Rick forsillo, Charlie Morton on the mound tonight, Steph curry and his warriors soften run into the new NBA season. Hurry flashes left side goes by Schreuder, John Mullane up. There's no backup by six ninety five eighty nine AME ROY warriors radio thirty two for Kerry twenty seven for Kevin Durant in a one zero eight one hundred final over the thunder who didn't have Russell Westbrook. The Celtics had career having and Gordon Hayward for the first time since last opening night only seven points from Kyrie ten for Hayward. Twenty-three from Jason Tatum in a one zero five eighty seven decision over the Sixers Dave now dropped ten straight in Boston Atlanta, Falcons running back. Devante Freeman now on I r with a groin injury reportedly having surgery tomorrow, the falcons hope Freeman is back late in the season Connor mcdavid made NHL history last night, two goals and two assists. Making him the first player ever to score or set up? His team's I nine goals of the season the streak ended when may Darnell nurse score. Not for a five four win in Winnipeg. And Mary Bono resigned yesterday as the interim president and CEO of USA gymnastics after only four days on the job. Her higher was initially criticized for Bono's connection to a law firm, USA gymnastics used during the Larry Nassar scandal then Bono posted a video on social media over the weekend of her blacking out a Nike logo on her.

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"salami" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"salami" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"Vast? I've loves it. When I call them been salami. Yes. Mohammed bin Salman is his real name. I call him. Ben salami. But I don't know what the Ben salami steps down or whatever he's part of the Royal family, isn't that means it's like, you know, I mean, he's the is not like, oh my gosh. You know, he's he's in Trump's cabinet can be fired. He's the man the heir apparent and all the rest of it. I doubt very seriously. He's going to step down because Lindsey Graham seldom do. Golly, you better. Well, we'll see. So what should happen to Ben salami, and and Saudi Arabia and the rest of these folks because this murder. I mean, we've had incidents before we're we'll like the Soviet shot at a a. An airliner out of the year by mistake. Sorry. I mean, you know, what do you do you have diplomatic ties? They talk about these things, and they say we and then usually just blow over I'm just telling you, I'm not I'm not making excuses for been salami or the Saudis. What I'm what I'm just trying to tell you is this is being blown out of proportion as it normally would be handled diplomatically because the guy wrote opinion pieces for the Washington Post, and I suspect that they also know that he's a Muslim Brotherhood spy too. Because they tend to be real sympathetic which takes us back to the original thing. What is it about the liberals and oppressive Islamist extremists? I don't wanna stand that. It looks like they would be on the front lines biting these folks. But they're the first ones to step up, and defend them the way, they treat women the way they treat people in general. Their clan rule over their people. And if you you either if you ever leave the religion, they cut your head off. I mean, this is the end of what liberals really believe, but some somehow they're enamored with his Llamas extremist. I don't get it not to mention how they treat. I'm a sexual. Yes, they think about that. Which a lot of those in journalism too. And they'll be the first ones. These folks kill they get a chance to but we're going to cozy up to them. I don't wanna stand. It like petting the tiger. Maybe it's just exciting to him. Quick time out. We'll be back one eight hundred six one eight Phil we're.

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"salami" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"salami" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

"Some good as slow on my death. Great. Salami. Oh, my gosh, said the best Lama you've ever put scary. You member of. Of the. Ankle bracelet of the month club. Keeping an eye on your. I'm doing it again. You'll some more of daddy salami. Kathleen you, you do. You want some daddy salami with an star, Amos chaser salami daddy. Really want ski scare you, Ethan entire salami. Guess he had? Why are you kidding? You take all dotty salami. Around the Christmas Christmas able. All right. All right. So the meatballs. So we have these of the month club things at your show up. I was a member of this other. Stop flop in your salami in front of her. Josh is having a field day back into back. Anyway, the Daniel report is doing Daniel reports on posting, eat my salami on my hit. Taran the month. With what we could send out. Elvis Duran something every month idea. Yeah. Bush to shelve his Durand morning, show phone tap of the month will be only one per month idea. All right. Back to the salami choice Vons been out there warming up. He's he brought it some of the most amazing musicians with him today..

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"salami" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"salami" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

"Bottle of gen. Can you just come down. Scary. It's all crazy. If something edible walks into the room. Spicy salami. Do you wanna eat daddy, salami and I wanna eat it here. Let me feed you. Daddy. Salami. Music. Give me some music for daddy, Salaam what else is in there? Okay. Here's some tonic water with my daddy. Salami the fit fun box. Have you heard of that one hundred daddy salon, I think does that offering Carla Marie? And it looked so it's always filled with all these really cool product. What do they have like? You know, like, you know, maybe told bag for when you go to the gym and like just the teas and healthy stuff, which you call workout, that fits funds fast. I can't open scissors. You gotta work hard to get daddy salami out of its back scissors here. Hey, my dad used to call him schisms. What Gregory gin and tonic in the raw vices box. They gave us something called star Amos, what do we do with that? What didn't she used to be on the view. Starring a niece? What is it? NEC, unease licorice. Okay. Okay. I've got special music. Got scary in my rob vices box rubs vice whatever it is. They included some spicy borcelino salami it's well-balanced heat and light smokiness. Do you want to eat daddy? Salami. I do. I've never seen skinny salami before. Doc, don't talk to daddy like that. Webre Kathleen. Oh, oh, it's a double salami. The trip. Come on somebody the other lady..

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"salami" Discussed on Inappropriate Earl

Inappropriate Earl

03:52 min | 3 years ago

"salami" Discussed on Inappropriate Earl

"Back to your, how much does it cost? Fifteen bucks. Fifteen bucks a little over priced. About either. Maybe that's why people are buying it, but I just think nobody gives a fuck what I'm buying shit either. I got music for free, comedy free. Nobody buys anything. That was my ritual point. I just love the people like go by. That's five would've done it for nine bucks. And the only reason I say that every comedy album on tunes every most bands albums, unless it's night is nine and you're right, and I'm not saying, I'm right. Mike. I have comedy is called on Malaysian. Its on, fuck in. It's on teams on Amazon. I've got few bucks from that. Not much, but like I edited this fucking thing so much, and there was so much work put into it. I'm like, okay, people by maybe not, but I want to get paid 'cause they take out the fuck and everyone takes a cut. Simple goods takes a cut. The stripe takes a cut. So it's really down to fucking no money. Oh, yeah. I mean, I mean, fifteen bucks is more than worth it. Like you're one of the funniest dudes, I know, and that's, that's on the. Like there's no money in it. So my point to you is ultimately it's all about fucking art. So do your are. I do my art levins on this couch. I spray art. So what are we saying about the white shadow now? So if I were to guide one, you know, like whenever I tell people about all in the family, you know, you know that show is on the for like fifteen seasons. You know, people are going. I'm not watching fifty and seasons. I watched the episode was Sammy Davis when he had to go to Archie bunkers house. It's the greatest half hour sitcom episode. No one comes close to it. Yeah, of the white shadow season to say it's episode fifteen. That's another thing. They did like twenty two episodes of season now, whereas now you do ten episodes, so you really got your money's worth. It's when the coach takes Thorpe Coolidge in salami. Salamis a huge director now sopranos boardwalk empire till he endorsed is like a huge director. A lot of TV shows Coolidge. He acts a little bit. The the, the coach Reeves, takes him to the golf course and golf courses of incredibly racist, like beyond race of. So it's just the racial zingers that were going on in this episode. We're so funny and a head of their time like now, it wouldn't be that funny. But when salami says to Thorpe who's wearing knickers, you know, you know knickers. All right. Like almost clown looking like pants salami goes, hey, Thorpe, nice. Knickers and Coolidge looks goes, what did you call him? It's like it's so stupid. Right? And then well, that wouldn't even get on the folk air now, so well. But I mean, oh, well, yeah, but then there's salami orders artichoke and he's looking. He's didn't understand. There's nothing in an artichoke so gets to the center, the artichoke they go check, got chips. Stupid as juvenile humor and the coach orders some v. she soi, it'd be she's wise potato soup. Okay. You say these, she soi. So he goes, what's Vichy sauce? What of. Well, look skates list on hold on a word from our sponsor. I always thought I'm like, I told fucking e. It's like. I'd like told you.

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"salami" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now

The Church of What's Happening Now

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"salami" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now

"Swit styling salami bruce with all the mommy bob question asking path music lasting quick because what 'cause we got check it the bit sweetie friends within the scene fuck you jumping tell you up in the i got the straight up past these nichols packed packed tractable what's that actually interest with smile to go here call your food on around soup plans to lead the little things truck the next on the way to the tbone steaks exa well to cover a few we don't do ain't that right just go to the crater than watch l the should be give it to my friends to this crane and the tree still token strength with him for red chopper the molds money pleasure whatever i have the fun living better now she sweater i'll drop top shake your friends to get with my friend be friends do this every weekend that's right that keeping the bay

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"salami" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

Ben Greenfield Fitness

05:41 min | 3 years ago

"salami" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

"Could be allen's mega announce some sort of salami stick on an dinner is definitely my largest meal and i get crate majority of my calories from the denial say so is police on isla spinach might saute mix it with you know premise tease butter in favorite proteins relates if official ex another huge fem red needs just whatever personal taste reasons but i like grown beat so sometimes i've said yes and then i might be something that are eight ning might have like pool fat yogurt wittstein omega damian also cohen creamy program flakes berries lumped at that it depends on if i has a lot of goes much unrest need in the beating more trying to keep it as simple as possible and non truly any kind of told packets trap i would say my only by seas i do think protein drinks hander silva meaning especially morning if i'm at ross up i might drink son of a dangerous but as the only i don't eat any bars man protein drinks far nakane other there's a lot of that aren't that bad these days but i used to do bodybuilding way even i don't know if i ever told you this like back before i did ironman triathlon i weighed like forty pounds more but it was just pure muscle and i was sponsored by this protein shake company called abb and they would just send me these big aluminum cans full of protein and i would basically those and and canned tuna fish all day long and i still i still cannot like do like a shaker cup and protein it just brings me back to those disgustingly like literally just constipated nasty gut bodybuilding days so anyways though the the other thing i was going to ask you about was was fasting i mean obviously like i mentioned we see intermittent fasting fasting protocols or something associated with pancreatic so regeneration in diabetes is that something for those reasons that you incorporated all you do any like weekly faster monthly fast or yearly fast or intermittent fasting like that while on this tongue in cheek i say i always passed between meals sometimes one hour sometimes at six hours i never faust well one s question what is fasting if it means fasting more than twenty four hours the onces absolutely i never fast if it's an rarely twenty dollars goes between meals so i never fast and this is something that we have to address with a lot of patients to help patients because people final kinds of stuff on internet and this is another reasonably cost topic by people who won't to improve the cal fasting chatter going out and around unacceptable like exogenous key tuna said the claims away head of published evidence and certainly full people who amenability unhealthy upper have some hypoglycemic potential drugs these type of sevenday oh even i've skimpily store today water fasts and i'm getting what i'm gonna say this is serious is very dangerous it can be extremely dangerous so we are very careful without patients most of whom come in that they should not be playing around with what has thing on palumbo reasons anaya michael not any road pretty long piece he reference all the public demands are on fasting that highlighted the dangers really is that available online yet yet it's i can i can we can make sure the into shouts if you send it to me i'll put it in the show notes so so dr stephanie is concerned about fasting yes interesting why i personally have noticed a lot of a lot of positive benefits in terms of my hemoglobin anyone see my facet glucose my inflammatory markers and also even my my gut health by doing what i do now which is a a weekly twenty four hour fast meaning from an honesty that could be because also forces me to have a really good day of rest and recovery but from saturday night at dinner until sunday night at dinner i fast i don't eat anything side from like i'll do some bone broth and little bit of coffee and tea but i i really feel fantastic and also i think there's a spiritual aspect to it that a lot of people neglect because i'm not exercising because i just i'm not comfortable exercising in facets eight like that i i do a lot more like meditation and a lot more kind of like intro introspective thoughts onto the sauna and sit and do candlestick meditation or go for a quiet walk outside in the snow and i kinda dig i kinda dig having weekly period of time we like deny the.

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"salami" Discussed on Z100

Z100

03:11 min | 3 years ago

"salami" Discussed on Z100

"Twenty three looks like we're gonna play twenty three escape how does this work how does this game move the wheel was on balance the salami we told you when you have every game on the wheel you have to be prepared for every game you're not prepared to play twenty three and hot i felt that the wheel was waiting so i was i i tell you what nancy live play balanced the salami okay you have to balance a big salami on you know i have a salami over t now we're going to balance the salami on daniel knows and then nancy as the thing as the gas you don't wanna play smelly feet how long does she have to balance okay okay so forty seven twenty seconds is good hey twenty seconds is that how much needs north or do you think okay the question nancy is do you think danielle kim balance this salami on her nose for under or over twenty seconds which one under okay she doesn't think you can army twenty seconds let's say twenty six john wrong stop it stop the you've twenty seconds on the clock okay boundless that salami okay she's balancing the salami you can't even get it on her nose oh yeah the salami very well veteran highschool at that what did you guess you win crash poops and giggles hold on she's trying to balance that salami one more time small after my nose job that's the problem garage i would ask you to balance it on your breasts as well but you had a breast job what what are you laughing allows us to balance this lobby now because of your your your surgeries procedures where there's nothing left to balancing salami on my foot hold on like a hacky okay do that a salami nancy what if we played hide the salami all right okay so she wins what does she get their scouting well we have another gravity blanket to give away right now it's the world popular weighted blanket you got it for sleep it's restress for anxiety it covers and cradles you it's so great there gravity blankets dot com and right now if you use promo code z one hundred sam you'll get fifteen percent off grabbing blankets dot com.

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"salami" Discussed on WiLD 94.9

WiLD 94.9

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"salami" Discussed on WiLD 94.9

"With styling salami with all the mom come back to the club bad question asking music class i quit because sleep what because we both com check it i've got more back to bed believe me sweetie got enough to feed them got mad friends with players on a couple of friends up in the tina got probably should be biggest law thank you this as a stall.

"salami" Discussed on WiLD 94.9

WiLD 94.9

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"salami" Discussed on WiLD 94.9

"With styling salami too with all the mom matthew homes bob question asking blood tests class just can't quit because epworth secret we both got got more believe me sweetie got mad friends with jump in i got the humming oh they'd be back attractive suic by that at all smile you're going to be here will call your crew plans to lead the little caesars pull the truck up on the way to the tbone steaks cheese exit kabul full you a few we're going to do what we do that right forget the tell me and watch a movie.

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"salami" Discussed on Crash On My Couch

Crash On My Couch

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"salami" Discussed on Crash On My Couch

"Okay so breezes sliced a salami he brings a log of salami well let me let me finish that okay he was austrian brothers peppering from halifax it's a lagoon delicacy because this was the navy talk about he bought enough for ship in a hurry he had completely failed a suitcase we pepperoni for his friends some of it was wrapped in plastic some of it was in brown paper and he said he took whatever the brothers would sell him so he took a shitload of any and just jumped and his like like this is not like a small light little log of pepper and this is like a lot he's got he's got an entire duffel bag full a log yes of that great stinky meat that stink meeting yes yes yeah so he filled up this case and he went on over ghana plane and what he landed he checked into his hotel with his stick neat is that it had been on the plane in a suitcase cont be i don okay that's disgusting like please don't i know that it is preserved but please don't bring giant double bag stink meet on a place so and then try to this is when it gets really interesting no i mean i'm just gonna read with says okay basically he was conscious of the fact that the pepperoni might go off so he was trying to keep it cool so don't tell his roommate and load up his mini fridge was nas it just way try try.

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"salami" Discussed on Channel 955

Channel 955

02:52 min | 3 years ago

"salami" Discussed on Channel 955

"With styling salami with all the mom at the back of the imo back to the question asking just can't quit because to quit because we both dot com check back to bed believe me sweetie enough to feed them got mad friends with the over a couple of you up in the team that i got pigging out me still you thanks the what showstopper with gregg chrome pipe so the croaking.

"salami" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"salami" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"The grim salami is joe going over poor under that's what i need to know and even though a chain which you think about new orleans cover non in a last sunday on the money on not helping me suffered money my bank account the joe 9 outta town on the ground salami and again i always tell he promised there their grants alami fifty years ago as i work working out for a while she's taken advantage in your latter years nashes understanding she wants to grant salami success scott to do it on her own all right uh some sad news and i you know this stuff crushes because i you know family wise and i can open up uh you know you're my show for a long time yyou're sports exodus of most to be no no some of the quickie cogs in the thompson family and of course mary to christina and our beautiful daughters three them in in a pristine down in phoenix but on my side of the family dog you know some depression uh noone my sisters uh on the bipolar side and so you know you start seeing some of the stuff that you were the to the brain gets collumnist within dog you know i don't know all the details and i don't think anything's been released jax i've been trying to stay on the story as much as possible frothy washington state's quarterback tyler alinsky found dead yesterday was apartment up there in tacoma washington and stuff like this was crushes me i'm years kicked twenty one years old and you know so you think in right away you're thinking okay drugs drinking as it depression bipolar razzie he schizophrenic i or something and what demons does he have don't know man i guess l sheriff.

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"salami" Discussed on The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

02:02 min | 4 years ago

"salami" Discussed on The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

"It's the other the aides right well guess what there's an old time and really popular version of a hard salami pre cuts on it it's called columbus as a as a capacity of christophercolumbus on it sara salami by gas hello member that yeah no but you know i don't remember that i don't remember that commercial alli did was watch radio bad jingle rose radio panic just missed and it was certain northern california fake oh well how did you run i don't remember okaythanks for the i can't remember i really remember the point is this how long before the guys who make columbus sausage after go with better changer named to indigenous peoples sausage like we're getting boycotted overnight in any if you're gonna start associating this guy that you use to go with us put this gun are such as a hero now it's like all he did was exterminate x indigenous people you want that guy on your sausage could be face your brand if this progress through it's a fucking huge waste the time as well asi said this all the time and somehow that makes me insensitive but i would argue i'm the ultimate sensitive because only want to talk about solving problems not windowdressing what's what's with all the ones somebody says it's a symbolic gesture outcome nowi'm not listening i don't care about symbolic anything hud drew once you do medicine with a syringe it's spring loaded it doesn't pierce skin it's a symbolic syringe it's a gesture to why can't we all get behind the spring loaded syringe fucking idiots it's insane by more whati can't understand is why are so many people going along with this when when when he get together with the legislator and they somebody raises are hanigerwhy why don't we change should name mcconnellwhy don't you sit your fat asked down and let's talk about traffic for.

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"salami" Discussed on All About Android

All About Android

02:27 min | 4 years ago

"salami" Discussed on All About Android

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