34 Burst results for "Schick"

Hydroxychloroquine and the Political Polarization of Medicine

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:43 min | 3 weeks ago

Hydroxychloroquine and the Political Polarization of Medicine

"I remember as well at the very beginning of the pandemic in new york city these some of the finest doctors in the world and i can tell you for a fact i know there were. There were acquaintances of mine. Who were schick as can be in the hospital early on and this was you know march april of last year and they were prescribed hydroxy caloric when they call it the anti malaria drugs. That was what i saw. I saw the text messages. That were being exchanged between friends. And i saw the text messages and one of them was real sick and said but wait till the and his coworker was sick as well both in the hospital. They said he said. I got this anti-malaria drug. It is a godsend. You can't believe how great it is. Then he he told his friend who was also sick. Way to ask for this anti-malaria drug both of them recovered completely and yet later they publicly stated one of them at least publicly stated in an interview. Well i don't know that it was the hydroxy chloroquine it very well could have been something tried to minimize. Downplay the effectiveness of it. After it became politicized the doctors in new york. City didn't care about politics. They didn't care about making. But i know for a fact again. This is purely anecdotal. Just like your story is larry. No one knows for certain that it was hydrochloric. When saved your wife's life but it could have been the physicians at that hospital. Decided to try it and she survived and recovered in his doing great which is incredible same with these people in new york city

Malaria Schick New York City New York Larry
How Did Larry Elder Become a Front-Runner in California’s Governor Race?

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:01 min | Last month

How Did Larry Elder Become a Front-Runner in California’s Governor Race?

"Here's the article in the new york times opinion piece by for odd manjoo. Brace yourself for the man who could become california's governor. Far hod writes in ordinary times. It would be fairly ridiculous to fret about. Larry elder becoming california's next governor. He's a longtime conservative. Talk radio host from los angeles a fixture of right wing punditry in the mold of rush. Limbaugh his schick is offense and outrage. He has mentored an oppo research. Gold mind of misogynistic and racially inflammatory. Soundbites i always love this one. That larry elder the black conservative is a racist. It's there's they're about as self aware as sheila. It's so funny to me to read this kind of stuff. And it's and this article in the new york times but california sometimes feels as prone to political earthquakes as geological ones every once in a while voters here throw a tantrum and the seemingly unthinkable becomes sudden reality. Elders candidacy makes the race as serious as a heart attack. Especially because the rules governing california's recall election. Which will take place on september fourteenth or unfair to the point of plausible unconstitutionality for newsom to prevail. A majority of voters must oppose his recall if he were to fall even just barely short. The rival who gets the most votes becomes our next governor bush and they're trying everything new york times. They're all going at him. And i just think it might backfire.

California New York Times Larry Elder HOD Schick Limbaugh Los Angeles Sheila Larry Heart Attack Newsom Governor Bush
Wrapping Up Some Hand Histories

Podker

04:17 min | Last month

Wrapping Up Some Hand Histories

"We are wrapping up some hand histories that we started lost episode with melissa burr. This time we're talking ten dollars twenty dollars at crown casino. You started with two thousand dollars where we are on the table right now. A look. You know we've been going up and down but that's just bring a stand into the big blind angus. I'll be giving you this hand. 'cause as hands are there'll be serious they say this business big blonde with ten and the seven officer a real power. Has todd cheese and you got bet to pass and effective. The middle position are fifty dollars. The large at kohl's net button kohl's kohl's so now this game just so we. I don't know if anyone was remembering from las wake. Said the game was really tough at the start and we'll building it now. The game is built. It's very much underway Said the ship safari fast and furious. It's for ring game. Some guys have saw bits on. It's really it's really going sartre. We call in the big blonde. We tend to seven officers. Our main you could fall but not just putting thirty bucks in you. You just calling seven seven rot. That's that's exactly right so there's five ways to the floor. I seven three rainbow. The small blonde looks like he wants to. He doesn't wanna bet into everyone's Checks what do we do. We check road we check. It goes checked her up. Look ten officer on the turn. I seven three ten for bar. I student like this and then you go to pair. I don't like this for a couple of reasons. Because jack is certainly handed would've limped along and now they've got so maybe i'll put a feel out of like one hundred twenty. Most importantly dr is the small blind bets into everyone. For one hundred seventy terrifying. It's terrifying especially considered they wanting to the previous picture eight. Yep what's the. What was the flip again. I seven three. I couldn't have three by could have raised. That could even have at seven zero fraud and pocket. I'ts bake also have things like ice. I know i night. So i mean cooling but i love it in fact wacoal heater and then a very good playa kohl's behind and then aleatory pliers followed. The river is an ice. So now if you'll sign a sites i seventy central wants to bet. Now that's hands bathing us. That was terrible view avocado. I'm guessing small vixen again. Dr this tomasson chicks. I think he schick. Coal are while there. Maybe our mike terrible plight. He but on really bright River decision put up Huge and it goes followed. Solve value to be hadid is obviously went for too much. Yeah absolutely i mean. Some people could argue that you could follow prey floppy basis. I pointed contention audit thinks especially in a game. Lock these Rising the turn is certainly something you could do. Considering i could have things like ten no on but you block that It could have our sets he can rise and then decide. What happens if you get free or something like this. Just the charge them Sometimes people to have a bit of a body of the apple when it gets checked and on the flop and certainly on the river We've sort of bombed it harping that what like top paige colza soul. There's so many repairs. There was sort of getting value from with his laws bet like and if they have mighty isis up and i told us what we lose like the hall hand applied is discombobulated. A nonsensical really. I mean i don't know what was going on. This is just a catalyst bad hand with lots of interesting situation. So i think sure we can call but maybe just to turn about. I think we got a bit smaller. We gotta get value and this is not the way.

Kohl Melissa Burr Todd Cheese Las Wake Crown Casino Playa Kohl Angus Schick Jack Paige Colza Mike Apple
The Medical Establishment Are Guilty of Causing Confusion With Mistruths

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:00 min | Last month

The Medical Establishment Are Guilty of Causing Confusion With Mistruths

"The medical establishment has been so confused over the last year and a half and their messaging has been so confusing. That people don't know whom to trust and is it any wonder that there are so many people saying you've got to get the vaccine and other people saying you must get the vaccine. I have to say. I blame the medical establishment and the government. Of course they have been incredibly sloppy. They undermined their authority to the extent that half the country doesn't take them seriously. Part of that is the pathological lying et. anthony found. She has been the lying. He lied about whether she wear masks. He lied about whether his office funded gain of function bio weapons research in china that led directly to the creation of this disease. Which did he lied before. Congress ran ball connor in that lie. Why this little man and talks like bugs. Bunny is suddenly. The pope came. Who is rules over all other scientists. Why is a mystery to me. The man who invented amarnath therapy has been canceled. Got taken off wikipedia. Trying to pretend he didn't even invent the technology because he said maybe we should only give the vaccine to people in serious written series risk of get close a closed down the entire country of new zealand over one case in australia. They took fourteen twenty four thousand children away from their parents. Cops showed up. Victim up robin to A sports stadium in vaccinated them against their parents wishes. It is bizarre. We are we living in some bad times novel or a jack. Schick tracked suddenly. Everyone is that it doesn't matter if it works. It doesn't matter. If it makes things worse you must do it in a sign of being a decent human being. You must

Anthony Connor Congress China New Zealand Australia Robin Schick
"schick" Discussed on Smashing Security

Smashing Security

06:15 min | 6 months ago

"schick" Discussed on Smashing Security

"She didn't like i saw it scrape you should. You should read the paper that things isolate because obviously monitoring this phenomenon known as the liars dividend and in twenty twenty like okay. It didn't get that much currency but she still launched a website. She went on numerous podcasts. really outspoken on social media about her theories but in two thousand twenty four or twenty twenty eight or twenty thirty where there is no more trust in the information ecosystem people will. The information ecosystem will be inundated with synthetic media. Nobody will know we will be able to tell what's authentic You can see how even a video like that which is still widely accepted as something that happened. Today will just become a matter of opinion. Yeah and like you have a history channel's in twenty years thirty year time like they're going to be able to just fake everything yeah. I saw a website. I don't even know. I was some my feeds but it was like. Oh see people like you basically upload a picture someone that has died is the concept right like say your grandmother and then they'll make make that picture move in a way that shields a deep nostalgia deep nostalgia they go. And that's actually had like a lot of could press because people like wow it's like bringing a loved one back to lies and there's a really profound philosophical debate to be had here. Because as i said the this unique ability of ai to recreate someone's by metrics is relevant even to those who are dead right you literally have this ability to resurrect the dead. So there's some amazing kind of defeat content out there on youtube right now. There is a project which is about resurrecting james dean the dead actor in nfl synthetically to make an entire movie with this is something being bash out with them. James dean's the state. This didn't start off with abba. graham didn't it. Didn't abba do a tour recently and it was like kind of minneap. Grimes of how they looked in the seven. Yeah you see how far we've come. Didn't kanye west resurrect kim kardashian's data say what an amazing guy kanye west was. Which just my god selena. Whenever i hear about deepfake technological this synthetic and things. I can't help but feel that we're going to hell in a hay cart and it feels like the end of civilization as we know. Am i right to think that all we all completely and utterly doomed any chance to survive this is i feel negatively about to door. No we're not going to hand handcarts. I mean i felt pretty negatively about it. When i first learned about it because i was coming at it from a disinformation angle and the first use case of deepfake technology widespread militias use case is in non consensual pornography. I mean it's really similar to the origins of the internet. Right when people like this. This thing will never take off like this just for weirdos who wanted to like share porn and look at us thirty years later where you know. The internet is synonymous from. What was it was. Benny and bjorn. Who were in this these phone video so it was disturbing is actually like williams and these these these actresses who had been introduced to us as children but since then there's been an entire deepfake horn ecosystem that's flourished online. It's a uniquely gendered phenomenon. There is no kind of defect porn of men but every single team oh celebrity or k pop star evacuate trump and coulter. You name it. You can the fake porn of almost every woman in the public eye but alarmingly is not just famous women who are targeted. It's increasingly normal. Women as well. I feel so incensed. Though that there is no way that you can fight back right so if someone uses your image and someone uses your voice and someone makes you do something that you're completely not comfortable with or didn't agree to there's all you can do this. Fuck you can do and right now. If you are d- victim of a defect porn and there were early. Instances where they basically put women's faces into authentic porn videos right so if you wanted to have that content taken down it was better to try and get a copyright claim from the production company that made the actual porn all my god. But you know what. I've been talking a lot with the security industry and you know there has to be some kind of products and services developed for individuals because what could be more damaging than having your identity hijacked in this way so going back to graham's question though there are obviously devastating downsides. This technology is gonna be weaponized. Not only against women. I actually find the porn case. Study as a harbinger of what's to come right because this principle that you can clone. Anyone hijacks anyone's biometrics obviously going to be used in fraud right obviously gonna use user spearfishing. Obviously starting to see the first instances of that there was like a case in two thousand and nineteen where the ceo of the british energy company was conduct of a quarter million dollars. He was speaking to the ceo of is parent company but it's actually fraudsters using a assisted voice technology but more than that it is actually a paradigm change in the way that we communicate and actually the way that we perceive the world because it's going to transform entire industries like fashion entertainments board. It's not only going to be used for bad but it's also been used for real good. There are companies out. There that are using synthesized voice.

kim kardashian james dean williams youtube graham Today two thousand James dean kanye west Benny thirty years later first first instances selena twenty thirty seven twenty four twenty twenty dollars twenty years thirty year
"schick" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show

The Jordan Harbinger Show

04:39 min | 6 months ago

"schick" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show

"It's so weird that we can't say things and we chat because it'll get deleted and it's so weird that a colleague of mine has a red notice next to his picture that says this person doesn't pay his debts so his social clout score is decreased. And it's only a matter of like if china gets this. And i don't know what the united states will do it. I'm not saying it'll be a better thing than what china is doing. But when i can tell you what china will do is they will create a reality that they shove down everyone's throat and if somebody creates a different one or shows the real version of video that similar that person will vanish or they will be completely unable to communicate in. They have the great firewall of china. Is it's called. That will search for on authenticated videos that someone has made or on authenticated videos that are actually the video that that's the real version of events. Those things will get shut down very quickly. They can already do that. So it's only going to improve in a decade exactly and you're touching on one of the key points here with deepfakes and it's literally called the liars dividend. It's the flip side of the coin so we're increasingly going to be in the future where everything can be fake trite including video. Which to this day we kind of see as hard proof as evidence which is why it's so powerful example for example in a trial but the flip side is that everything that's authentic can also be denied because if everything can be faked everything can be denied and that means that bad actors get lots of leeway to get away with things that otherwise would have been called and documented didn't seen as evidence of their wrongdoing and we're already starting to see that because even before synthetic media becomes ubiquitous. We're not there yet right. We're just at the very very start. The deepfake journey where already starting to see real life political events where authentic media has been decried as a deepfake to basically let bad actors get away with their actions. The interesting point about china specifically in regard to deepfakes is that china is the only country that has a blanket law. That bans deepfakes so essentially. What that means is the central. Government has the power to say what piece of media authentic or not. Yeah that's scary like many things authoritarian slash chinese communist party. And again. I always have to clarify the difference between the ccp and the people of china that people have china. Have nothing to do this. It's really scary. That the government says okay. You know what this is real. I get why it sounds like a good idea because hey we need a central authority. That can tell something. Fake or something israel because of deepfakes. We're gonna were just gonna take that power but then it's like well wait. How do i know that you're not lying about what's real and the answer is you don't and that is the classic sort of technological authoritarian dilemma. Is this for your own protection. Trust me you definitely want this and people go. Yeah you're probably right and then like ten years later the like how the hell did we agree to let this happen. And this is how it happens. The appeal of authoritarian government in the first place is we gotta figure out what the hell's going on you know what i'll do it. I'll clean up all the things that are confusing for you and all of the things that you feel are destabilizing. I will clean that up for you in return. You just have to live in the exact way that i want to. And you don't have any pesky freedom to get in the way of Productive society exactly and that problem is actually going to be felt even in the west as well right. because you're as knowledge of deepfakes. Synthetic media starts to broaden the kind of distrust in society this crisis of trust lack of faith in institution mainstream media a lot of it justified by the way it's only going to augment and if somebody says well i'm going to be the central government. The government of the usa is going to be the authority on telling you what's authentic media what's synthetic media. What did you fake on. Twitter is our facebook as you can see why that is going to go down like a pile of sick amongst a certain part of the electric right. Who are you to tell me what's real and what's not so. I think this distrust that you see in society's just the knowledge that synthetic media exists is actually gonna hardened that distrust an old meant the liars dividend even before we start seeing louis deepfakes out in the wild. You're listening to the jordan harbinger show with our guest nina schick. We'll be right back. This episode is sponsored in part by simply safe. If you have thirty three minutes you never have to worry about a break in at home ever again. That's how quick and easy it is to set up a security system from simply safe. It's the kind of thing that is so easy to do you do it..

nina schick facebook Twitter thirty three minutes ten years later one louis deepfakes china first place israel chinese key points a decade states united party deepfakes harbinger usa jordan
How to Pick the Right Music For Live Streaming with Matt Schick

Launch Your Live

09:30 min | 9 months ago

How to Pick the Right Music For Live Streaming with Matt Schick

"Why is picking the right music still important for your livestreams. Sure thank you yes. So here's here's where we're at currently so there's a lot of great ways to produce great streams that are engaging in this new virtual world. The problem is most people still aren't doing that so we're left with you. Know we're left with this condition where we're just all so Saturated with three restoring ed screens on with meetings and family get togethers and family. Holidays in lung were laying in bed. Scrolling instagram watching videos of of our favorite influencers. So we're constantly looking at this stuff and it's getting old. I mean zoom fatigue was a real thing back in may and here. We are in nearly december. And it's the problem so the ability to add something that changes up the rhythm of people's day days is very important so they're used to watching talking and listening to talking hearing people talk about them so in order to in performing world. When you're building a stage show it's really important heads and flows so you have the not just the same tonality the entire time of wakes people up it it. It just it gets people gets the juices reenergized. So it's really important to do that. And music is a great way of doing so where just keeps the energy moving along and It just it it it takes from being just a monotonous talking which people just hearing all day as a little bit of Of of levity in some cases excitement in other cases the most poorly just a tone that you get to create with music so when okay so obviously you know picking write music very important. I love the ebbs and flows. You talk about their so. I mean there are times where people shouldn't use music on their livestreams. I mean. are there certain times where you know. Oh well you should use maybe just an interim you know an intro and then continued that throughout your stream and have altro that goes with it or should you have like sound bed. That goes plays throughout seem or. Are there times where you shouldn't use any music. That's those are all great questions. Yes for sure you don't want to overdo it with music. a little. a little goes a long way especially when it's very very delicate right like we're talking and we are the feature so right now if i were to play a song overpower us and he couldn't hear what i was saying. Were you were saying christian. It would be it would degrade the performance not enhanced the performance because i say performance. Because that's my becker the podcast so you. The ability to hear your. Your speaker presenter is above importance below that having a nice music sets the tone for what exactly is going on at the same time is is very helpful so fun example that i always use it. Sounds sounds silly but if you try you'll really see how effective it is just like film video on your phone of of your wife or your husband or child walking to the mailbox right and that's all you need right the walking out to the mailbox to get the mail. If you put a sad slow cinematic song behind that this thing becomes tear jerker i mean if you put it in black and white forget about it. You're you're you've lost your audience but it really can set the tone for just fills in the blanks and paints a story. That video only cannot do you put upbeat peppy music to that now. It's a story of a of you know your daughter going to get the mail excited for package to come and wants to see if it's there and nat music change alone without changing speed. The weights shot or anything else. That music can completely repaint that picture for you. So it's very important. It's very nice if you're talking about something very serious. Music isn't the way to go for talking about something with some comedic levity something a little more upbeat and and comical would really help that It's just a really depends on what the stream is but the run of show is when to use it when not you mentioned a couple of different You know use use case studies. I should say so. There's there's what's called the music bed. Music bed is as music that literally lays underneath. Or i say you lay on top of the music just like you sleep. Innovate and so The music is underneath. You just like beds underneath you when you're sleeping so its music. That's pretty low in the background. You still hear. The music is typically no lyrics. it's looking instrumental. Ambient sound that again crates. That mood as you're talking and that can go. If there's like ireland period is speaking or let's say you're europe demonstrating something or sharing a screen and you just fill it in and just make it a little more interesting. It's a really great Great no. You study for music bed. There's also it's called stinger or stings or some people need him. Bumpers in that can be like up next. We've got a really great guest. It's adam shark tank. But i but i borrow a bow and that's your stinger. You know just a bit of just an energy jolt so again people. Listen to you for ten minutes. You've got a fun. Jingle or sting that comes in maybe weren't throughout the entire show that people are used to that. It's on brand for you. Music great way to establish a brand and stick to it. Maybe it's a sting that you used. Throughout the entire event they'd be at the beginning and the end you've got to prolong jazz insurance altro and it just is it. All together into a nice cohesive package so yeah there's a lot of ways of using it overdoing it is definitely something you don't want do Service just really important to make sure that you're picking music at the right time and making make strategic choices and along those lines to do you think that sometimes People are like you know you hear a lot of times like oh i wanna play all this music. And then they're they're stuff's getting taken down and it's almost like they feel like if they can't have music they're like somehow doomed a-. What are your thoughts on that. Yeah no it's it's very important if you and if you're not aware of i'm glad you brought it up jim because you know you can't just play music that you're not licensed to us. And what is that pretty much everything you've ever heard before i mean if you listen to radio every single track you've ever heard on. The radio is is owned by another entity. A record label or an artist. You know when when you When we used to do our live show in cedars you pay their to organizations. You pay the right. You pay rights to There's as cap in this. Bmi and those organizations essentially pay. These blanket costs covers the Your ability to play tracks in a theater. So currently there's no real way where that translates super well to to live because if you're streaming youtube heavens youtube know that you paid for the rights to iraq harry song in fact there's been funny stories of actual artists to play their own materials. Clearly their licencee in many cases own it and they're streams are getting pulled down because sites like youtube and facebook and pinterest our end What's twitter periscope rather not patriots video yet. That'd be drifts yet you know. Those sites have robo scanners that automatically detect a copy written material whether it's video audio so they can in many cases. Just pull your stream down altogether Because they think you're using it with permission or many cases. A lot of us are trying to monetize streams so they say hey. You're not allowed to make money off of this other person's contents or naturally they pull your stream down and that could be devastating if you're livestream producer or livestream host of your of your own show. Have you strip pulled down as certainly very frightening so you have to do it. The right way and there are quite a few right ways of doing it. So while you can't play again You know whitney houston or lady gaga song because those are obviously owned by their respective record labels. You can't play other types of music there's public domain music and there's royalty free music so public domain music is basically a library of music that known space gates. It's used for us for one thousand. Nine hundred seventeen is the year or anything before that year Songs such as happy birthday for example. Anything was released before that are public domain. So you can use it anywhere. No one owns the rights to this Annual not getting you to would never pull your string down etc so you're surly allowed to do that The wider umbrella a portfolio of music. That you can use 'cause 'cause you're limited with public domain is what's called royalty free music this music that's been created for the sole purpose of being used by content creators. So many cases for all two free doesn't mean that it's free Although there are certain free royalty free websites but royalty free basically means you are allowed to purchase the rights to the news this music and typically purchased the rights. One time now you have access to use the music and while youtube still doesn't know somebody's telling you to have oh match. Schick in new york purchased the rights to the jiffy. Pop one eighty fitches a song. I just created morning. Everyone doesn't know that usually youtube does know. Is that jiffy. Pop eighty is a royalty. Free song that they will fly or poll down so when i buy the rights through a website. And we can talk about websites. I like to use but when you buy the rights to those websites essentially you now get the track and full quality without any audio watermark. And i can use that without being pulled out of my stream so

Youtube Ireland Cedars Europe BMI Pinterest JIM Patriots Iraq Whitney Houston Lady Gaga Facebook Twitter Schick New York
Star Trek: Discovery's newest character teases trouble and new tech

The 3:59

04:04 min | 1 year ago

Star Trek: Discovery's newest character teases trouble and new tech

"With me is David Ginola plays Cleveland. Booker. Serves as our guide into new feature that the crew discovering his found themselves in welcome David Grievance thing me. So you're the newest addition to the cast Tell me a little bit about book. Yes. Cleveland Booker were introduced to this new character the last episode opening season. was really cool about the injection. This episode is you see Cleveland Brooklyn in a high stakes chase. He's on a very pestle mission which will understand throughout the season what he does Cleveland Book as a character. This gonNA bring levity. Fund had a different. Spontaneous, dynamic. So the franchise which we may not have the full and I know you can't get into details but how how does it get involved with the cruiser discovery because he's not are the federation is definitely outside. So what what how did the how the two sides meet I think? So when we are busy booker in episode. We see. The. Red Angel Michael, Benham mystery crash lands on Sir. Book Schick may land on a new planet which will be revealed soon and they form relationships they former relationship, which will allow Cleveland become integrated within the federation astill. I'm KIEF that sense of self identity within the federation he doesn't lose himself within the federation. Now even bookish compliment. You GotTa talk a little bit about that. 'cause obviously, you're you're coming from a different perspective, you're not being catapulted into the future nine hundred years in the future like the rest of the crew year you've lived this life in this era chocolate about how that works that dynamic works that different perspective versus the core discovery crew. Yes. So. How for Cleveland, Boca this is a wealthy he's integrated in and he understands. Thoroughly. and. does even towns of technology like his ship is very advanced. So later on in the season will see how freedom book is AIDS. Offer for services especially, not just because it is understanding of the new wealth but because of the shit he has he's able to collaborate with federation and do missions that they ordinarily wouldn't be able to. Access to the. Some unsavory Bob. So the world. That is an intriguing tease obviously seen at the tech side. So I WANNA talk about attack in the Tekken. Star track particularly like what you talk about tease. Would some of this unsavory technology capabilities that that your character has access to so I'm an episode one really recall scene where we go to the Macintosh, which is like the underground market SEALERS, unsavory characters, but nonetheless, there's a lot of. Technology equipment cargo shipments that go through the different avenues his market. Technology Wise. Pretty incredible this episode but there is one specific gun. The headlights speak about I called this gun tele- tele- means small but mighty cerise Mu gun like that is the one that. CLEVELAND. Book actually uses in the trailer. Sa- gun that you. pull out and then you push it in shoots. that. Gun To technology being thousands of the future is mighty impressive. The episode and that sequence of being in the CONSOL. Really does bring the audiences understanding the new worlds from a perspective of the technology. How advanced it is and I'm really excited to see that

Cleveland Booker Cleveland Schick David Ginola Consol Red Angel Michael BOB Brooklyn Boca
Helping A Child Whose Parents Are Struggling With Addiction

Parenting: Difficult Conversations

09:10 min | 1 year ago

Helping A Child Whose Parents Are Struggling With Addiction

"Around twenty children's sit around sickle inside the main Camp Lodge. Almost I only have a parent. WHO's addicted to opioids? The lights are dim. It's one of those moments you know is going to be intense and you should brace yourself even before it happens. Happens the eight to twelve year olds. Read the letters to addiction dear diction why do adults like you. When I'm older I will be kill? Kill you make me not like bog. Edad ed it's sad. You make my dairy goat prison. I hate you their addiction. You are immersed my worst enemy. You took my dad for me. My stepdad my aunt and bound to be my uncle so I just have to ask you a question could you please just go to hell. Signed Hyundai very sad kid. I hate you so I wish you wasn't. Will you kids so bad. I hate you go to to help. This is my issue. Mommy the pain. These children feel L.. Is almost too much to bear and millions of families are touched by addiction. But remember that episode of Mister Rogers neighborhood where he tells children to look for the to help us. Well this episode of Life Kit is about how you can be that help because not everyone is lucky enough to go to a camp like this windy. Berkshire Director of campus and Dayton Ohio. Says kids shouldn't bear this pain alone and the most important thing is that you know. Oh that you're gonNA love most important thing to me. Is that your team. And you're no and you're heard after reading. Each child goes outside and throws their letter into a glowing firepit. They watched the letter to Addiction Bourne. Berkshire on other mentors hug them. And say I love you and you're so brave one little ten year old with big Blue Eyes as the last one in line chilly high. Listen IT S my mom. He missed him sweetheart in. I'm sorry mom here. I'm sorry what can you do if you'll see the teacher a neighbor churchgoer coach and you suspect something might be going on. Maybe or thinking yes. I'd love to be that person but I don't know much about addiction. Mary Beth Collins with the National Association for Children of Addiction says it doesn't matter we're not expecting adults to have to go and do a crash course you don't have to go And read a book all about addiction. You don't need to be able to speak clinically about substance use disorder all that you really need to know how to do is to be carrying to be loving and to be able to connect with kids and engage with them. mm-hmm that's as simple as it is. Okay but what if you want even sure there's really addiction family or maybe you don't want to overstep again. Mary Beth Collins says don't worry about it I invite this people to not get bogged down with that level of responsibility. You don't have to Komo for sure it's bad enough before you intervene. I'm covey the Cardoza and before I began reporting on addiction I used to think it mant mant parents strung out on the floor or they've disappeared for days or severe abuse going on but experts like Collins say that's actually not not true. Most of the time addiction takes place in families. That seem like they're functioning pretty well so you'll see them going to work or in Church walking the dog doc. She says the far greater likelihood of neglect or emotional abuse lake constant criticism or unrealistic expectations. Having said that a child safety of courses the most important so if you see signs of physical or sexual abuse definitely call the authorities. All of these children have experienced traumas sometimes abuse and neglect a growing number are in foster care. Many have apparent incarcerated dead or not in their lives. Alone is a national nonprofit that runs these camps in thirteen states many areas hardest hit by the the OPIOID crisis. The children meet at least twelve times a year so I think of it is an opportunity. That's Claudia Black an expert in the field of addiction. She helped start these camps years ago. Yes safe place for very young children to be where they can speak their truth where they can be honest about what it is. That's going on in their family. She says there's a lot of secrets and Cheam. Many kids don't even know what the word addiction means. They just know that parent is different. One eleven year old whose mother has been in Rehab. Several Times says this is how she explained it. If you really want to have a cupcake every single day in constantly constantly. And if you didn't have it you'd feel really schick. Black says that might not be the best analogy because well children love cupcakes. Rather she says she tells young children. It's like an illness or a disease with those who are older. She's a little more graphic. Something literally has their arms their hands wrapped apt around your parents neck. And that there's a choke hold and that your parents hands are tied behind them. They don't have the ability to reach up and pull pull whatever it is this got them around that neck and that so severely choking them in. I think that what we want people to a really grasp is that it isn't willpower. And there isn't a choice at this point without they're getting some kind of help. Okay so now. Let's get down to some practical tips Bryan Moss overseas all camps at Luna. He says these children are at higher risk for so using earlier and for entering the juvenile justice system will never be able to change. What's happened to them but what we can do is boost the protective factors and and lessen the likelihood of long term consequences? What are some of these protective factors that brings us to take away number? One being a caring consistent doubt in a child's life a help. Oh because Claudia Black says often. That's exactly what these children don't have a sense of mastery or feeling of success. At least one area of your life is really helpful to children and so the role that somebody could play play is how can I help develop that with child. Maybe that's with Helping this twelve year old boy work on a car with me and I'm the neighbor and and I teach him some mechanical skills and he develops a sense of mastering sense of pride around that. Or maybe it's win. This little girl comes to my house and plays with my kids. I get she and my kids involved in an art project and really try and further her talent because I see some natural talent in the art things you can do. I really really simple bake a cake. What you game going to hike kick around a ball ask about school collins says it's not about the activity it's about showing you care consistently those loving moments are what will build that trust in these children? And it's through through that trust through that consistent nature that they will start to trust you more when Michael was nine. He got into trouble unlocked for privacy reasons. We're only using his middle name. He was angry because his dad never spent any time with him. He was always dealing with Michael's brother Who is struggling with addiction? He would rarely come because he was with my brother or he was working. It was either one of the two. Michael didn't tell anyone how he felt. I hope but he was angry. I would slam the door as will as sometimes I hit my head on the wall and then walking out of class and and just not being able to control how I felt at that time and then one day miss missy accounts lettuce school started talking to him in the hallway just stuff like how a school today and what do you enjoy doing sometimes complimenting him Michael started going to her office to chat every day for two years she enrolled him in a Lunar Kemp. Michael says he always appreciated that. She didn't ask questions about his family. All pry. It's good to wait because you don't WanNa make a kid feel uncomfortable with answering the question themselves being that the kid. It doesn't even know what's going on in their life they just know it's an addiction and they just wanted to stop

Michael Mary Beth Collins Claudia Black National Association For Child Camp Lodge Hyundai Mister Rogers Ohio Berkshire Several Times Dayton Director Blue Eyes Komo Cardoza Bryan Moss Lunar Kemp
How Stitch Fix's CEO Built a $2 Billion Company

How I Built This

09:58 min | 2 years ago

How Stitch Fix's CEO Built a $2 Billion Company

"Every year. It seems there's always that one buzzword or idea that everyone in silicon valley seems to be talking about a couple of years ago. It was crypto currency recently. It's been blockchain but there's also a widely held idea idea in the tech world that the days of retail stores are numbered now of course this is a combination of wishful thinking and hyperbole but there is is something to it especially with big retailers macy's struggling bon ton and toys R. US filed for bankruptcy and in October number of two thousand seventeen. Lord and Taylor sold its flagship building in Manhattan to we work that amazing Italian Renaissance Building on Fifth Fifth Avenue is now worth more as a we work then as a department store and the main reason why of course is that people just aren't going into big department stores course. They're buying a lot more stuff online now. Convenience is a major reason of course but so is time time is increasingly really limited and that's really where Katrina lakes idea begins because she got older and busier with work she found that she had less time to go shopping for for closed and only rich people could afford personal shopper so she thought hey why not figure out a way to make that more affordable and less time consuming that was the genesis of stitch fix and online personal shopping service but it wasn't necessarily going to be a slam dunk business and in fact. Katrina had a hard time. I am raising money in the beginning but we'll get there schick. She grew up in San Francisco in a bicultural home. Mom Is Japanese. Dad Is American and at the aged fifteen her parents decided to move the family from the bay area to Minnesota. which if you've seen inside out is the exact opposite of what happens in that movie like to go from in San Francisco? It's a more diverse city in the high school that I went to was probably seventy percent the Asian and then to go to school in Minneapolis where I think there were three Asian people at three and a half. If you include me in my class and we we were a very bilingual bicultural household and so we my mom my mom spoke only Japanese to me still does at my dad obviously spoke only English and we celebrated a lot of Japanese holidays and when we would bring lunch to school I think it was kind of schedule and three days a week. It would be annuity which is rice balls that have something in the middle and then two days a week. It was sandwiches. Katrina went to Stanford for college initially thought she was going to be a doctor like her dad ad but she ended up majoring in economics and after she graduated she ended up working at a consulting firm advising other businesses. She was twenty two years old. I am still not really sure what she wanted to do. You know honestly at that point. I wasn't thinking that I wanted to do something entrepreneurial but like I had all all these ideas on what these businesses could do better. You know. This should be personalized. This is just a transaction. It should be an experience in your head or ideas that you actually told people about. Both yeah like there's an example we're working with a large retailer and they actually said that they wanted ideas of what's the future we're. GonNa be like and this was in two thousand six and it was literally before the iphone and like I had this idea where I was like. Why in a store. Why do you have to have every single size in skew view on the floor. It seems silly that a person has to walk in and find the size and skew and then take it themselves to fitting room and like I was like how about this idea. Were you like cavs. Half of the store is a warehouse distribution center and the other half is like a museum you walk around and you see all these beautiful merchandise things and you log in when you come in. I and you get a wand and then you can just put the wand in front of the outfits that you think alike and then you walk into the back in. It's like high guy like here's your fitting room and all the things that you wanted or whatever would be stacked up there and then there would also be recommendations and you know you could have one size up once is down and you know it could just be like a much better experience than like going in weeding threw rocks at try to find your thing and like people looked at me like I had seven heads and so like you know in retrospect the respect. I'm like that was crazy like if I was a see retailer I feel like interesting idea totally impractical twenty-three-year-old told him told me but this idea exactly luckily and so you know I didn't share all the ideas and I wouldn't say that all of the ideas that I shared were well received but like I had tons of ideas about how things to be done better. You're so you work for this consulting firm. I guess for like two years and then you decide to go work for a venture capital company. I look back on that and I really left because I was just like really happy with the amount of work and so I took this job at a VC fund which like I didn't actually want to be the venture capitalist and I I didn't it. Wasn't that industry that was appealing to me but I was like if I'm GonNa work at a place. That's going to be the crazy retail. Idea of the future future like this is a way I can meet the next thing so you actually thought if I'm working here. I'm GonNa hear all these pitches and maybe I'll find a cool company and join it exactly that was exactly Lisa. Yeah so I did and I met hundreds of entrepreneurs and it's been rough. Were you a like a money person. Were you managing money or were you on the analysis side. Were you in a room where these people would come and pitch and you would throw like shark tank questions. Fm I I was in that room but I was more like like the note taker look. I took the notes and I would create investment memos that were like I'm Marie of the opportunity and I have my opinion on those things for sure but I I wasn't an investor yeah. it was also it was a weird time to be adventure because I was there from seven zero nine. We fluoride of that recession. It was a weird time to be adventure and ultimately find the company. you must have heard tons of ideas though totally. I probably not over a hundred entrepreneurs in the time that I was there and the most important learning actually was that all of these people were just like super are unqualified normal people with lots of ideas just like Iowa. They weren't like superheroes with like they were really good at. I guess kind of like you you know making the case for their idea yeah and so I think it was actually the more powerful thing was that I realized that if I have all these ideas about what should be happening opening like I don't need to be in the peanut gallery lobby my ideas that people like I should just do it myself and that I could do it myself but it still wasn't my like first choice like my first choice would have still been like if I had met an entrepreneur who was amazing compelling and creating the retailer future like it was probably still my first choice to join somebody that just started myself but now all the sudden. I had this other plan which was like well. I guess if I don't find that maybe there's a way that I could do it so when you come to conclusion that maybe you can do this yourself. What did you do. I don't know if it was like a moment. I think it just entered my mind this another possibility and I actually ultimately applied to business school which do decided to do that instead of just leaping into starting a business yeah and that wasn't even a choice like it wasn't like I can start a business or go to business school. It wasn't a choice I net by risk profile. I was never going to quit my job and all this risk and had the gap on my resume like that was just that was never a choice in my mind and so I was like I can take these two years. I can be a mediocre student and my end goal by the end of the two years is I if I can have a company funded. If I can be paying myself a salary if I can be paying back my student loans the day I graduate than the risk profile of entrepreneurship. It was terrible to me and then my plan B. would be while if I can't do that. I'll have this. Mba from Harvard and I'll be able to join a great company integrate founder and do something interesting. She get get to Harvard as a student in two thousand nine and Did you like it I did it was common intense place great. It was very different from being the all of the experiences I had had. I mean we've heard these stories. From especially from professors their particular women who've talked about how in the classroom discussions tend to be the hands go up our man of the voices that you hear mostly are men. Did you find that and was it a place nice where you felt comfortable raising your hand in talking I did I did you know I think that stereotype probably probably was true. but I did feel comfortable talking. I think you know and I had a hard time. DISENTANGLING IS IT gender is being from California and saying like like what were the things that created this to be true but like I did feel a little bit underestimated and I really tried to actively strip like out of my vocabulary. You know people say that even like a southern accent makes people think a certain thing and I felt sounding like I was from California also did the same thing and so you know. I didn't feel like I was the most likely to succeed in the classroom. Tell me how the idea for what would become such fixed. We'll talk talk about obviously but what's early idea that came to headed even begin review given an assignment. Were you told to analyze a problem like what what's the beginning of this so I had a bunch of I kind of collected a bunch of season ideas in my head if you look at industries and I have probably had like a a little bit of academic approach in how I looked at these things but like the hunting and fishing

Katrina California San Francisco Harvard Macy Manhattan Minneapolis Italian Renaissance Building Stanford Lord Minnesota. Lisa Taylor Iowa
Schick Creates Club for Bald Guys

Business Wars Daily

05:15 min | 2 years ago

Schick Creates Club for Bald Guys

"This episode of business wars daily is brought to you by sent pro online from pitney bowes shipping and mailing from your desk is never been simpler than with sent pro online from pitney goes. Try it free for thirty days and get a free ten pound scale when you visit p._b._a. Dot com slash b w daily the uh from wondering i'm david brown and this is business wars daily. Hey we made it to friday. Everyone congratulations when i told you about the owner of schick razors acquiring the hot direct to consumer company harry's razors back in may. I had no idea that i was doing any kind of fortune telling but it turns out that something i mentioned well. It's a big deal and that is this. The online site vox pen defy story about the multibillion dollar shaving market arket shrinking because americans are aging well at the time. The vox reporter wrote tongue in cheek of course when you get old. You don't grow as much hair so you don't shave as much and then end unrelated. You die here that you don't grow as much hair well. Schick is paying very close attention to all of our bald spots in wants is to celebrate our shiny heads and of course sell more razors in the process so it's launching the b. i. P. club which stands for <hes> bald important people got that as its name suggests. The b i p is exclusive. The only way to join is to prove that you are indeed bald by visiting the b. i. p. website and having your head scanned by a special vision recognition technology app prove your head is actually reflective surface and not only can you join this edgy group. You'll get to enter a contest for a trip to new york and invite to a splashy event but bald ist party ever. They're calling it during new york's famous fashion week proud of your naked noggin. Well mark your calendars september thirteenth. We're not quite sure how much fun and exclusive group of ball guys might have not for us to ask why the party planners are likely having a field asics business strategists are hard at work behind the scenes the point of the be i._p. Of course is to sell chicks line of extreme disposable razors shit claims this line has a legacy of helping guys master after the art of head shaving who knew well whatever you think of a party featuring head-shaving stations bald influencers the whole idea of a bald important people is pretty smart marketing. Wouldn't you say as the online trade publication marketing dive points out eighty. Five percent of men over the age of fifty have thinning thinning hair. That's a virtually untapped market for razor makers and those sales have to come from somewhere schick sells its razors through brick and mortar retailers and and those sales have been losing ground to online razor makers harry's and the dollar shave club of course schick parent edge well now owns harry's a shrewd move but the company is still trying trying to support chicks brick and mortar sales shit claims that people who shave their heads shaved three times as often as men who shave their beards and mustaches by targeting getting a market that looks on the face of it anyway to offer a ton of opportunity schick is trying to stave off gillette speight. The legacy razor company is so weekday its owner proctor and gamble runoff eight billion dollars from its books essentially that means p. and g. adjusted gillette's value downward citing what we already know that fewer men are shaving their facial hair just because those relatively few men who already shaved their head shave often however does not mean that ships bald important important people initiative will catch on will be able to transform baldness from frustrating too fashionable well. That could be a lot harder. Her schick is banking from wondering this is is business wars day. This week's episodes were written edited and produced by elaine appleton grain edited and produced by hammer portland. Our executive producer is marshall created by or non lopez. I'm david brown and we'll see you next week. So this episode is brought to you by send pro online from pitney bowes shipping and mailing from from your desk has never been simpler than with sent pro online from pitney bowes with simple online is just click sand and save for as low as four dollars ninety eighty nine cents. That's right four dollars. Ninety nine cents a month. Send envelopes flats and packages right from your p._c. And you are back to business in no time. Try it for free for thirty days and get a free ten pound scale but only when you visit p b dot com slash b._w. Daily that's p._b. Dot com slash b w daily.

Schick Pitney Bowes David Brown New York Pitney Gillette Facial Hair Reporter Elaine Appleton Harry Executive Producer Marshall Portland Four Dollars Thirty Days Ten Pound Eight Billion Dollars Five Percent
Gillettes Latest Video Spotlights Trans Mans First Time Shaving

Business Wars Daily

03:38 min | 2 years ago

Gillettes Latest Video Spotlights Trans Mans First Time Shaving

"The business wars daily is brought to you by Staples work is changing, but Staples is changing right along with it. The new Staples delivers solutions to help your team be more connected productive, and inspired. Learn more at Staples dot com slash change. From wondering, I'm David Brown, and this is business wars daily on this Tuesday. June fourth razor, giant Gillette is back with an extension of its out of the box marketing campaign about redefining gender roles now, as you may remember the company made waves back in January with a Super Bowl ad that sought to shed the old so-called toxic definitions of maleness in favor of newer gentler. More respectful ones. Well, now it's back with a Facebook video that signals its commitment to amplifying, even more contemporary conceptions of gender in late may Gillette released video about a young transgender man named Samson. He's shaving for the first time while his father looks on. Don't be scared. Scared shaving is about being confident. Doing fine you a two and five. The point my Mandarin where I'm actually happy. It's not just myself transitioning. It's everybody around me, transitioning. Gillette's conclusion, whenever however it happens. You're I shave is special, the videos gotten a lot of attention. Most of it positive many Facebook commenters said it made them cry. At least one said he's now a loyal Gillette customer for life, which is, of course, what the company wants the numbers show that its advocacy driven marketing is working to bring more attention to the brand Gillette was mentioned more than a million times on social platforms, and new sites within twenty four hours after the company launched its controversial Super Bowl, at that's about five times, more often than usual, the video of Samson's. I shave also went viral with more than a million views, cause marketing, of course, is still tricky some conservatives reacted with surprise, and even hostility to the Samson video, but another challenge for cause marketers is how to do it affected. That is how to execute it in a way that influences audiences typically young adults to associated brand with a purpose. Millennials are more likely to purchase from purpose driven brands, but a recent survey found that much 'cause marketing is poorly executed the research showed that purpose driven campaigns can't be one shot deals brands have to make a commitment and stick to it over time for advocacy campaigns to work, you know, like Gillette is doing the timing of Gillette's attention, getting video may be no accident less than two weeks. Earlier its biggest competitor the owner of Schick razors announced. Its acquiring upstart direct to consumer brand Harry's razors with such ferocious competition in the three billion dollar shaving market Gillette needs all the attention. It can get. I'm wondering this business wars daily. Hey, what do you think of Gillette's video? Let us know tweet us at business wars. And thanks so much for listening. I'm David Brown back with you tomorrow.

Gillette Staples Staples Dot Samson Facebook David Brown Schick Razors Harry Three Billion Dollar Twenty Four Hours Two Weeks
Schick Razor Owner to Acquire Indy Shaver for $1.4 Billion

Business Wars Daily

04:15 min | 2 years ago

Schick Razor Owner to Acquire Indy Shaver for $1.4 Billion

"Business daily is brought to you by Dell this month. Dell is thanking small businesses with up to forty five percent off select computers with Intel core processors. Call eight seven seven by Dell to speak with a small business. Technology advisor today that's eight seven seven B, you ideal L for tech advice and one on one partnership. From wondering, I'm David Brown, and this business wars daily on this Wednesday may fifteenth by now it's no surprise that. Big old conglomerates are worried about being upended by online upstarts which accounts for last week's news that the owner of Schick razors is spending almost one and a half billion dollars to acquire. Harry's razors a business that is only six years old Harry's cells razors for both men and women and other grooming products via subscription with less overhead than legacy brands. Harry's has been able to shrink prices, even as it offers sleekly designed products it also adopted the kind of personal relationship building marketing common to online brands these days. Now that shouldn't surprise you. Since before starting Harry's co founder Jeff raider helped launch glassmaker Worby Parker, which practically invented direct to consumer disruptors Harry's captured two percent of the three big. Million dollar razor marketing only five years, according to the market research firm Euromonitor now that might not sound like much, but it was enough to hurt chicks parent company edge will and Procter and gamble which owns razor giant Gillette. Their market shares. Sank like stones Harry's sword online startup dollarshaveclub posed an even bigger challenge than Harry's. Did the trouble for the old line packaged goods companies goes beyond the new upstart competitors? It's also that the whole shaving market is shrinking according to the online site, vox vox, blames that on the aging of the American population and says tongue in cheek when you get old you don't grow as much hair. So you don't shave as much and then you die well with razor sailed slowing Unilever, the giant consumer packaged goods company took action early three years ago. It's been a billion dollars to acquire Dollar Shave Club at the time analysts specula-. Late wrongly. It turns out that proctoring gamble might acquire Harry's. But it didn't. And now it's competitor Schick has Harry's in its grooming arsenal as FOX also points out a whole bunch of new razor rivals of jumped into the market right at the time when fewer of us care to get rid of our hair that makes for ferocious competition. Clearly Schick is taking advantage of Gillette. When Gillette is down buying Harry's. Now is just one more way to shave a few more points off Gillette's faltering lead. See what we did there shape? For wondering this business worse daily. You know, what we love it gives ratings and reviews on our podcast. So would you take a minute? And and do that it helps his findings. Thanks so much for listening. I'm David Brown will see it Amaro. Businessworld daily is brought to you by Dell. There's nothing small about your business. Your impact on the communities made a huge difference. As thank you during small business month. Dallas offering up to forty five percent off select computers with Intel core processors, plus get a free external hard drive with select PC purchases. Call eight seven seven by Dell to speak with a small business. Technology advisor today that's eight seven seven B U Y D E L L for tech advice and one on one partnership eight seven seven by Dell.

Harry Dell Schick Razors Gillette Technology Advisor Schick Intel Dollar Shave Club David Brown Euromonitor Dallas Unilever Procter Jeff Raider Co Founder Worby Parker FOX Amaro Forty Five Percent
Ancient Whiz Opens Archaeology Window

60-Second Science

02:58 min | 2 years ago

Ancient Whiz Opens Archaeology Window

"Yeah. This is scientific American sixty seconds science. I'm Bob Irshad. John a ten thousand year old archaeological site in central Turkey is helping scientists unlock the region's p historic past. That's right. The salty residue of ancient urine can reveal how and when humans went from hunter gatherers to her farmers who kept and raised animals in their settlements. And so we thought okay, what's a process that you know, an animal would go through if it was being kept at the site whether it's crowd between buildings or kept an others Pacific areas. Archaeologist Jordan able from Columbia's Lamont Doherty earth observatory he's been studying the settlement of Schick laic located on a sixteen meter high mound near Turkey's Melendez river without okay. These animals were be urinating all the time that they were on the mound in the dry climate of central Turkey. The sodium chloride and nitrates from all that animal excretion would be trapped in the layers of earth onto which they were originally peed excavating those salts layer by layer should provide a timeline of. Animal populations at the site. And so we calculated using a simple mass balance approach an estimate of number of organisms that it would take to produce these large quantities of salt able in his colleagues founded from ten thousand years ago to about ninety seven hundred years ago, the site jumped from having just a few large organisms worth of whiz to more than eighteen hundred of course, people p two so the researchers had to figure out which salts were from humans and which were from their animal's. Luckily, the location of the salts provided clues for example, high concentrations in narrow alleyways too small for animals, the general thought is that they might have been standing on their roofs and just peeing into these these alleyways something that goats and sheep do rarely if ever by subtracting contributions from humans. The researchers calculated that there had to be between eight hundred and thirteen hundred sheep and goats to account for the remaining p the study appears neutral science advances. If true it means. An animal domestication didn't originate solely in the fertile crescent of neces- Petya. As many of us learned in history class are technique has been able to support that idea that somewhere outside the fertile crescent. In this case in central Turkey was developing this process at near the same time as has been shown elsewhere within the fertile crescent, an important discovery. Since the advent of herding and farming was turning point for human civilization leading to cities, and modern society able points out that many archaeological sites have little in the way of physical evidence like bones and artifacts. But presumably all of them have p so his advice for other archaeologists to on a track animal and human populations look out for number one. Thanks for listening for scientific American sixty seconds science. I'm Bob her, Sean.

Turkey Bob Irshad Lamont Doherty Earth Observato Archaeologist Jordan Neces- Petya Schick Laic Melendez River Bob Her John Columbia Sean Sixty Seconds Ninety Seven Hundred Years Ten Thousand Years Ten Thousand Year Sixteen Meter
"schick" Discussed on Science... sort of

Science... sort of

02:44 min | 2 years ago

"schick" Discussed on Science... sort of

"Let that go this difference between your mother and Schick duck Mallard with a cold. I was one very. Which one of us is gonna be the first to do the Sean Connor. So what happens if Patrick Zona answer it? Then the time runs out you tell us what the question was. Then whoever picked that category gets up again. And now, it's your Beck makes pouty face. Okay. And you have to act like you knew it was the whole time. Even if. Well, how our time has run out for this question throw in a job. The question was what is an unbalanced force. All right. Neil. I didn't write these some fifth graders. Okay. Our wars still yours, right? That's right. Right. Let's give force a break. What's solar system for? What are we have system? Three hundred four hundred five hundred system for three hundred please solar system for three hundred the answer is one of these takes about three hundred and sixty five days. I heard a move, Charlie. What is the? Rotational period of planet earth. Quack? See no right now, it's interpreting what they think the answer ought to be. What is the rotation is twenty four hours? What is the orbital period of earth around the sun revolution? Yeah. What does he do allocate at you? It's the revolution around the sun orbital period in common. Give you that one. Like, Charlie more. Spot. Ryan social four. I was really hoping was going to be Star Wars questions that would be pretty great. We've only had two of them. So they're still three opportunities. We are now however on solar system four hundred and the answer is this takes about twenty seven days. Mo- charlie. So orbital period of the moon. Of mercury whatever he didn't answer the former question. Oh..

Mo- charlie Sean Connor Patrick Zona Schick Beck Neil twenty four hours twenty seven days sixty five days
Declared Runner-Up Challenges Congo Election Results

HouseSmarts Radio with Lou Manfredini

00:33 sec | 2 years ago

Declared Runner-Up Challenges Congo Election Results

"Hours after election results came in and Congo's presidential election runner-up Martin for you Lou says he's filed a court challenge to the results asking for a recount, the constitutional court has seven days to consider it for you Lou has alleged a backroom deal. Between the declared winner opposition leader Felix Schick, she's Kenzi and the President Joseph Kabila for you. Lou says reporters the court challenge includes results forms posted outside Congo's polling stations. He says, quote, you cannot manufacture results behind closed

LOU Congo Felix Schick Joseph Kabila President Trump Martin Seven Days
"schick" Discussed on Unproductive & Unapologetic

Unproductive & Unapologetic

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"schick" Discussed on Unproductive & Unapologetic

"But they was in a relationship for like a couple of years while he was in college. But the dude ain't never know. Gotcha. So doing the whole time on the movie, the the lesbian friends. She kept trying to hit on the girl during the movie kissing kissing on rubbing on her and stuff like that. So then finally like the do they was doing like the lesbian Schick was doing a lot of stuff in front of the do. But he just didn't get it like he was oblivious to. So then finally he started getting once people around him that he knew start selling them like notice like man, your lady, they they used to be in a relationship. Together. You'll ladies gay. That he would not believe me. No, no the name of it. So then finally they had the rehearsal dinner. And then it all come out the lesbian, lesbian, girl. She she crying and stuff. She was like you're going to have to pick between us, and no it is bombed wet. So so then the father of the the fiance woman was like you need to leave and all this stuff. So he knew the whole time. So he was trying to force the dude to marry his daughter, the whole movie or whatever. But then the do never got it even at the rehearsal, Dan that he was still believe he is. So he never figured out that his beyond say was only marrying him because she didn't want to come out. Right. That's the point. So I'm just sitting there thinking, I'm like name, I need to the fellows. What would they do? Have. They was in that situation. What would they do as far as still Murray? Yeah. How would you feel about how you feel? But they say how long the movie they was ago, which the the the one that's who's getting threes. Meredith. It ain't that's a situation. That's how to get the hell out of there. Right reasons through buying. That's that's a disaster. Would you try to get it threesome out of it before you?.

Schick Dan Meredith Murray
"schick" Discussed on Unproductive & Unapologetic

Unproductive & Unapologetic

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"schick" Discussed on Unproductive & Unapologetic

"But they was in a relationship for like a couple of years while he was in college. But the dude ain't never know. Gotcha. So doing the whole time on the movie, the the lesbian friends. She kept trying to hit on the girl during the movie kissing kissing on rubbing on her and stuff like that. So then finally like the do they was doing like the lesbian Schick was doing a lot of stuff in front of the do. But he just didn't get it like he was oblivious to. So then finally he started getting once people around him that he knew start selling them like notice like man, your lady, they they used to be in a relationship. Together. You'll ladies gay. That he would not believe me. No, no the name of it. So then finally they had the rehearsal dinner. And then it all come out the lesbian, lesbian, girl. She she crying and stuff. She was like you're going to have to pick between us, and no it is bombed wet. So so then the father of the the fiance woman was like you need to leave and all this stuff. So he knew the whole time. So he was trying to force the dude to marry his daughter, the whole movie or whatever. But then the do never got it even at the rehearsal, Dan that he was still believe he is. So he never figured out that his beyond say was only marrying him because she didn't want to come out. Right. That's the point. So I'm just sitting there thinking, I'm like name, I need to the fellows. What would they do? Have. They was in that situation. What would they do as far as still Murray? Yeah. How would you feel about how you feel? But they say how long the movie they was ago, which the the the one that's who's getting threes. Meredith. It ain't that's a situation. That's how to get the hell out of there. Right reasons through buying. That's that's a disaster. Would you try to get it threesome out of it before you?.

Schick Dan Meredith Murray
A new radio and podcast conference for Asia

podnews

01:52 min | 3 years ago

A new radio and podcast conference for Asia

"The latest from pod news dot net podcasts and now live on Pandora the US. Only music service. We are now. Introducing hundreds of podcasts the official blog post says the bottom of their blog post. Also contains details for submitting yours. Google is trialing News Radio station. Kind of on your smart speaker. The company is planning an equivalent to NPR one which lets you flick between individual news stories. It's unclear what this means for short form podcasts currently available on Google's news briefing. And it may be where the sixty team ended up. Spotify has published the most listened to podcasts on the platform focusing on Spotify exclusive content. Any Schumer's much promoted podcast only reaches number four most popular fest on flou- Schick, a German language podcast. Meanwhile, Canadian public service broadcaster CBC Radio Canada have announced that selected podcasts from them. And now available on Spotify. Anka is a divisive podcast host rebel base. Media's Mark asquith says in a blog post that they aren't the villain in the podcasting story that the podcasting elite would claim they are globals Dax assigned to rent present omnibus media's something, you should know. The BBC has announced box sets on BBC sounds, including a slew of new releases some content is exclusive to the BBC sounds app, which is only available within the UK a win quite sure which the Begnaud collective have published. Their one hundred outstanding podcasts of two thousand eighteen also Nick Kwa has published his top ten in culture and Sarah. Larson's best podcasts of 2018 are in New Yorker and visual podcast app. N tail has added bookmarks to their app opened the white list for their Android app and announces that then ninety one percent funded.

Google Spotify BBC Pandora Flou- Schick Nick Kwa Cbc Radio Canada United States NPR Mark Asquith Schumer Anka Larson Official Sarah DAX UK Ninety One Percent
"schick" Discussed on No Jumper

No Jumper

04:45 min | 3 years ago

"schick" Discussed on No Jumper

"We segment they can China like grandma balls. Didn't they go? Log PTA. Gucci Schick lying with that. With a pool. Stick. Yeah. Grandma that low light sometimes me and her would be a threesome where the girl, and I'll have to tell the other girl to be more delicate and suck in my ball sack naturally. Just really aggressive. Just don't really. Yeah. Because I myself in the natural harbour, I'm being much one time, and I have blood in my fucking come for a couple of days and then ever since my my balls have been more sensitive. Yeah. Her real best. Imagine Nutting with blood in the for like four days, bro. And I couldn't stop jerking off. Because every time I did it. There was less than the comes kept doing it on a two a day. I was giving it to to bro. The clip of how bad I got hit in the nut sack is like gonna find it later is so bad. They put it up on show. No, it was it was just a video clip of me trying to do this trick. And at one point my feet. Just come off my bike seat. Just goes down. Just hits me in the nuts from behind on my God. He has such a phobia of it. Like, I can't even cross over his body on the couch. His. He's bad records. She'll be like jumping on top of the cuddle ne-near right in the nuts. Never not one crazy. Mitch you wanna wear a cut when I'm at home. Every time you talk about we talk about the diaper, those wary. They were wearing like a legit adult diaper box boxing shorts. But they were they were the ones that are real high up. Right. It is looking. Pointing laughing diapers. Diapers and boxing highest shorts because what she's talking about. You really hate. We'd. And pick the wrong gush shorty. No, you'd love that. Steal your. We do right, right? He loved the steel that she doesn't smoke week because then I'll have to like. I don't have to share the weed, and I hate the feeling of like having a roll up when I don't want to roll up. And when you're hanging out with a girl that smokes mad weed. She always like telling you roll up also have more weed than like everybody else. So like, obviously, I'm just lik for weed does she like me for me or for my weed. I don't know that's as in the same situation. We're not just in the same way like alcohol smoke a lot like a lot. Because I smoke zip obeying, I'm smoking cheapest drug if you're going to go for a guy to get his stuff like really gonna go the cheapest drug. Like, vans or something that's cheap. Let's cheapening weeds by drugs. Ten dollars prices one piece. I that's ten dollars. I if I isn't it. Ten dollars. Choice. No. Yeah. I don't really do blades beef jerky flying knife in my back. Do you look for? Series. Skinny but like a movie star being lifts in ninety looked like porn star. Because live. If I make you freaky. If I know what you that. We were going with when you live somewhere like I wanna little. You can't tell them drill. Got something done if she's and tell you I. She did a half a syringe like a couple of weeks sorts is recent. Not very much. No. It's not just saying like etiquette. Is that you don't you? Don't tell that. I've done on my body. That's literally the only thing I've always wondered. And the way you talk. From fucking light. Russia. No, you know, what your mom's meal? Vonda trump. Really? Okay. So we. Running things girls. But we were on Instagram, together, whatever. And then he PDF they're thinking about this for so long. You remind me of the book of Trump like you, look like hurt not I guess not necessarily remind him of her. But yeah. She's. Cool. Super hot compliment. She's like ridiculously beautiful when you think of. The trump. And I think she's like relatively cool because she doesn't seem like a total of Schiller, Dan. A big entrepreneur before..

Vonda trump Gucci Schick Instagram China Nutting Mitch Russia Schiller Dan Ten dollars ten dollars four days
"schick" Discussed on The Point Of It All

The Point Of It All

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"schick" Discussed on The Point Of It All

"Here keeping here give my ass. All right. You need to be making sure I can't walk afterward. Okay. When I'm done fucking you wanna cuddle I, I should want to call the police. Okay. I'm you to give it up. All right. I don't like when you wanna fuck in be like touching me all slowly sheet. Pick me up his Lamey up against the fudgy wall shit. I'm not here to have sex ju. I'm here to fight. You come out shit all this low shit. Y'all talking about. You won't be so gentle, gentle, bitch. I don't want to gentle shit high drive me bitch. You should not be able to tell if I'm alive or not. After come on. You come better come out like a fucking fire hose. I want you to net with the fourth of a fire hose. Bitch sent me into the fucking stratosphere, don't wanna slow dance with you. Schick I am here for the smackdown. Stopping fucking child. Don't be fucking childish with me cake head, but me. Bucknell past yard here like podcast episode, number sixty, eight down everybody. What I was good. You good. All right. I'm your host videos. Mccade a blog teddy rucks aka missed the two socks himself in here with me as always to pun God scoring owes going..

Schick
The Israel Hour: August 19, 2018

The Israel Hour Radio Archives

03:11 min | 3 years ago

The Israel Hour: August 19, 2018

"Bugs. Only on Oreo three Shuki as he. He. He. Gets. Van valencia's. We. Either by phone of the. The cut Gunnell. You're the. The phone Keita by the they'd be. Of the. Honey, you're. At me. Yum. Hey, how's your show. Mush in the. Similar. PM. Either by phone. Honey, you're the. Upon about phone day. The kennel any day. Thank you mean about. These. Thank me Schick one is hot at the gun saying down, but the. Say. Got that. Come on. You're the. On the phone about. On diva that I come on Honey, your day. Lying. The. Either by. But I found a year. The. Go to the Israel, our on. You are as you connect with us at Facebook dot com. Slash Israel, our Email us at info at Israel, our dot com. What homeless? Seven, nine, three, two, eight hundred. Here's the host of the Israel. Our Josh rouse. Melts if we play the right song for the in chill, welcome to Israel, our radio. My name is Joshua shrill and you are listening to our August gold week number three. This week we're playing Sheree Tel Aviv. It's our gods. She Ray Tel Aviv or should we say we're turning Israel our radio into radio Tel-Aviv this week is that copyrighted don't tell anybody that we're using. It's our Dougie guts Tel-Aviv. We've gotten some incredible suggestions from our listeners from all over the world letting us know what great songs we should play today. Your request is very much. Welcome at Facebook dot com. Slash Israel, our that's Facebook dot com. Slash Israel, our our Email address is info at Israel, our dot com. And our what's app number is seven three two eight four four nine seven seven eight. That's seven, three two, eight, four, four, nine seven, seven

Israel Bill Buckley Tel Aviv Aric Seni Mary Masika Shula Ghana Facebook Komo Yonne Shoop Shumar Josh Rothe Barbara Skiing Lisa Irvine
Amazon Alexa mod turns sign language into voice commands

Daily Tech News Show

04:01 min | 3 years ago

Amazon Alexa mod turns sign language into voice commands

"Then listened to entrance late it into text. Sing believes Amazon could incorporate the algorithm into the Amazon echo show, which of course has a camera to allow sign language control of smart speakers. Now, Jeffrey Bigham an expert in human computer. Interaction from Carnegie Mellon University told the BBC. That sings project is an excellent proof of concept, but computer vision and language understanding is not yet capable of fully recognising sign language. It wasn't pooh-poohing what sing did, but he's like, it's not going to be a perfect replacement. At the same time, Amazon today introduced tap to l. exa for the echo show which adds shortcuts to the home screen as a replacement for voice interaction. This is part of their accessibility pushed for the echo show and they rolled out. Captioning to more markets. That's something they'd rolled out in the US, but it's now available in the UK and a few other markets as well. Were you able to try out to Alexa? Is it rolling out slowly or didn't? I didn't dry it out now that you say that I feel like an idiot absolutely should have gone through the Donncha night. Well, maybe it has pushed out to be yet, but I will try it. Well, I don't know. I mean, I don't know anything about sign language, but I know that this is a real. It's a really cool research project, right? Even though there's rewards Zuid. But the thing is, I mean, I would love if he would work with Amazon. I don't know what his angle is here, but I would love Amazon to incorporate this so that you could look at the echo show have a setting flipped on do sign language and have it display text back and the tap program that Amazon launched seems like it would work right into that. This could be an extra option. You could add to it and obviously pursuing accessibility for these devices. Absolutely. Well, I mean, think about voice to taxed. You know, sometimes voice just easier. So sign language. That makes perfect sense. It's really cool. I like it. Hope we see more of it. I like it too. You know what else? I like earning of course, you know, good, bad, ugly alphabet reported cutesy earnings per share of eleven dollars and seventy five cents versus excuse me an expected nine dollars fifty nine cents and revenue of thirty two point. Seven billion dollars which beat expectations of thirty two point. One, seven billion Google's advertising business accounted for. Most of its revenue had in twenty eight billion dollars of their revenues, which includes cloud business and hardware sales for point four billion other bets like healthcare company barely fiber and Waymo post acute to revenue of one hundred forty five million dollars on operating losses of seven hundred thirty two million. So four point. Seven divided by thirty two point. Seven is fourteen percent. Fourteen percent of alphabet revenue comes from not Google advertising, like we're not even talking about Google cloud. It comes from ads sense. It comes from ads. If there is a criticism of alphabet, it's that it's still overly dependent on advertising for its revenue. But this is generally good news for alphabet. Yeah. Well, it's because it is advertising. It has eaten everything. Go ahead and live over over New York listeners, the new York, Daily News laid off fifty percent of its staff today that the part of the really, Yep. Part of the reason why is because ad sales are down everywhere, because Facebook and Google have eaten all of it, they drank, you'll our milkshake. Yeah, they and they are full of twenty eight billion dollars worth of milk Schick right now. I wish they would break out a few more. I'm looking forward to the day that they break out, let's say a Waymo as as a separate line item. I know it's early too early to do that, but maybe verily is pretty close to that because I'd like to see us some of these other alphabet businesses do because you're you're absolutely right. Justin. They are not hurting in the advertising business, but looking down the road looking longer term, the decade-long thing somebody's going to come out and start drinking their milkshake. If they're not careful and they need to have some diversity to survive that. Certainly. So..

Amazon Google Jeffrey Bigham Carnegie Mellon University United States BBC Alexa Donncha UK L. Exa New York Justin Facebook Schick Daily News Twenty Eight Billion Dollars One Hundred Forty Five Million Seven Billion Dollars Fourteen Percent
"schick" Discussed on Cheap Heat

Cheap Heat

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"schick" Discussed on Cheap Heat

"Everything ev everything like as soon as i showed up i stopped by in got some delicious chicken so you don't have to start with that schick into they have the street fair it was like fried chicken it was it's called the dollar stroll so like a bunch of restaurants was selling food on the street and everything was a dollar so i got some delicious chicken i picture this being very much like an eighties promo when it's like being gene oakland like goes to hang out with king kong bundy and he's like walking on the street just stealing food from children that's what i picture for you but throwing dollars at the children also though less beyond yeah yeah you're not a fiv no no not at all not at all now with that many witnesses around not at all but but now the food was delicious it was about twenty blocks maybe fifteen to twenty blocks just food and cheap good food and music and fun so yes i definitely had to be there wasn't gonna miss that end did you did you have a piece of chicken for every block i didn't they want there's just the one cell in the fried chicken at the beginning i did think about circling back but that line was too long so forged the have you all right we did have some pride all right now speaking of pride man with none he forced his way onto the podcast this week his name is lindor hilas eck when i go to the street fair much more of a matza rape man i'm that's what they call me peter they call me mr.

schick king kong bundy rape
How Far Up is Space?

Imagine This

03:56 min | 3 years ago

How Far Up is Space?

Little Rock Schick Conrad ABC Brianna Pattison
"schick" Discussed on Coffee With Chrachel

Coffee With Chrachel

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"schick" Discussed on Coffee With Chrachel

"It's the it's the it's the by role model schick that i fucking hate that i know a lot of by activists also where it's like we their people are messy okay like people are messy and there's this the stigma against my sexual that were like cheaters and liars and we're sluts and we are doing it for attention we've doing it for male attention if i had a dollar wanted to i don't want men to look at me give me give me and there's just there's so many standards so it's like you can't have a bisexual every time someone comes out his by and they're you know maybe in a non monogamous relationship they have a lot of sex they're not dating a woman this is a by woman say their dating a man like all these things just like you're not you're not good enough to be in the club here it it's really a lot of 'gatekeeping and it's just a lot of by phobic crap that just gets put under this umbrella of like over just trying to have a positive reputation representation for community no the way that you can have that if you represent all walks of bisexual people there are going to be bisexual people that are always in monogamous relationships never cheat on their partners who are in same sex relationships different sex relationships whatever and then they're also going to be bisexual that have cheated on their partners just like they're straight people that have cheated on their partners gay people that have cheated on their partners like that's not a sexuality trait that's.

schick
"schick" Discussed on NFL: The Dave Dameshek Football Program

NFL: The Dave Dameshek Football Program

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"schick" Discussed on NFL: The Dave Dameshek Football Program

"The damage schick football program vailable on apple podcast and at fell dot com slash dds now here's your host day damage shit yes hi hello and welcome to the day damage at football program i hope all's well wherever you are here in studio sixty six ready to rawal and i don't do this all the time for the record but like babe ruth and the what the thirty two world series and wrigley i think i'm calling my shot this one's going to be a home run i guarantee it why because i know who is in studio sixty six seated to my immediate left and hovering over my left shoulder on skype like i don't know why what's bad guys name from the live from force awakens that guy who's snow a giant hat right joining us ominously from from carolina it's will brinson we'll say proper lows in a minute you just heard the voice a handsome hank and we had some hugging controversy dodger stadium last week we're gonna get on that well you don't have to pull back the curtain actually we already discussed it as you just heard there we're gonna see if we can recreate that with the two participants in one of the more awkward hugs i've witnessed in in the last couple of years matt money if an mvp behind the glass but to the here and now let's jump into it first of all we'll say hello to the guy who's one half of the best radio show and all the land petros and money kind enough to have me sit in at dodger stadium chavez ravine son like glorious beer so on so forth matt money smith what's the poop thanks for doing that.

ruth wrigley carolina hank dodger stadium mvp schick apple football matt
"schick" Discussed on NFL: The Dave Dameshek Football Program

NFL: The Dave Dameshek Football Program

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"schick" Discussed on NFL: The Dave Dameshek Football Program

"Verde damage schick football program available on apple podcasts and at nfl dot com slash now here's your host damage hi hello and welcome to the day damage football program a very special edition in back let such the name of it we're in big d we're in cowboys stadium where here with three of my favorites they are as i go around the wheel kyle brand k atoms that was ungentlemanly but i was just trying to go around the wheel sister kay adams and then nate burleson what's up everybody let's get check do you know what i've great idea to spring this on you guys but i've been brainstorm outs okay i have a new show in mind i think it would let's start something eight a it'll be a revelation to the nfl network nay to all of broadcast television all right good night football four of us dream team late night show it's it's like like the new idea but i perfectly constructed foursome here what else do we need but the four of us right trigger i yeah we we do are rated red shoe diaries meets football into that yeah yeah yeah like the big brother uncensored yes kyle brandt has has had a few jokes that to use a word that describes it correctly a little risque if you will i've lose voted by saying we'll save that for jima be after darkness and that might be the same type of show we're thinking of here i say i say i like it or you know what i have another idea i don't want this to seem vein but what about good david football.

cowboys stadium kay adams football kyle brandt jima david football schick apple nfl kyle nate burleson
"schick" Discussed on NFL: The Dave Dameshek Football Program

NFL: The Dave Dameshek Football Program

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"schick" Discussed on NFL: The Dave Dameshek Football Program

"Verde damage schick football program available on apple podcasts and at nfl dot com slash ps now here's your host damage shit high the low football fans i hope all the while wherever you are welcome to the day damage had football program not just in big the budding cowboy stadium for the first night of the draft it's a wrap as we speak here we just talked to the last of the first round picks lamar jackson we also just caught up with terrell edmonds the newest pittsburgh steeler we started the night with sakon saquon barkley in sam darnold we'll have all that coming up for you and the vp along seated the my immediate left how's it goin' i'm doing well you're in the big chair yeah they can't believe this yes her for me i know in front of the glass yeah yeah exhilarating stuff what was the most exhilarating moment about what we're about to to let the general public listen on wow we had some good interviews i was big fan of josh rosen that he was of great personality by the way you'll maybe hear it in the audio he i had no idea he was coming in here i turned around and there he was a vision in his red hat initial here he's fired up and i love it oh you have the way he was talking he was not happy that nine teams passed on him so we'll have that we got darnold coming up who who i thought was funny guy saquon was was a really genuine guy.

budding cowboy stadium vp josh rosen schick apple nfl football lamar jackson terrell edmonds pittsburgh
"schick" Discussed on Jocko Podcast

Jocko Podcast

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"schick" Discussed on Jocko Podcast

"Again with the time awesome and until we see you at the muster or the role car call or at the emerging camp in maine if you wanna cruise with us kind of hard you can find us on the inner webs on twitter on instagram and on that face bowl jake listen to this when jake is at jacob underscore schick which is spelled like s chick always say schick like the razor no relation i got screwed on that bill yeah you got cold on that one dude that started same jacob schick i do your name like a couple of weeks ago and reading about jacob schick one of these days overtake them i'm talking about echo is at echo charles and i am at jaakko willink echo you anything else thank you so cool to meet you too phillies mutual brother geic any closing thoughts yeah i forgot to say by the way and i will get scolded if i don't that if you buy our merch a need you to know that's how we pay our over it emerged i cells and the merchants available at twenty two kill the com twenty two kill dot com and restoring a win therapy program through partnership ajay p cycle did you say what kind of wind was that all about the breeze between the knees bro oh motorcycle okay okay see you're going to take it to we're taking a free fall oh no i was taking it free fall.

maine twitter jake schick charles jacob schick jaakko willink phillies
"schick" Discussed on NFL: The Dave Dameshek Football Program

NFL: The Dave Dameshek Football Program

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"schick" Discussed on NFL: The Dave Dameshek Football Program

"The damage schick football bro grab bailable on apple podcasts and at it fell dot com slash dds ps now here's your host day damage yet you know i asked my scene partner they're cbs's scorpion cat mcphee ever heard of her i asked her after the did you in fact mean weiner when you said guti and she said yes she did so mystery solved hi and hello and welcome to the dave damn schick football program i hope i was well wherever you are here in studio sixty six or eager with anticipation because in a matter of moments walking through the door here in the studio sixty six will be not one but two of our high end receivers add nfl media day are james jones of the green bay packers and some raiders stuff in there to san jose state and reggie wayne of course from the u and the indianapolis colts and what did he do how much i see we'll ask about that i've never really talked too much about the ballot check time but i don't think he ever suited up actually for them even so any who a lot of receiver stuff to keep it's about with them i heard james jones on monday say that he thinks the cleveland browns have the best trio of wide receivers not pass catchers overall but wide receivers in the nfl that seems like he's getting a little over skis there but we'll keep its with him we'll get the opinion on that from from two of the best to do it in the twenty first century and what else we'll talk maybe we'll get into some cubeys people like talking about qb's i saw a reggie say that andrew lock he's willing to help him work at an undisclosed location he did of course the same thing with peyton manning reggie did way back when by the way one of our most beloved podcast in in the twentieth eighteen years since the super bowl that was after the super bowl right mvp we talked to reggie wayne right after the super bowl people love this.

mvp peyton manning andrew reggie wayne san jose raiders football dave apple schick partner qb nfl cleveland browns indianapolis colts james jones guti weiner cbs
"schick" Discussed on ESPORTS

ESPORTS

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"schick" Discussed on ESPORTS

"Customize your shave new schick hydro five cents equipped with shock absorbed technology auto adjust to how you shave available in three refill cartridge gel formulas try shake hydro five cents razors and refills available at walmart biggest games biggest events on their the biggest stories of what you signed up for step i thought the game welcome to the espn sports podcast hey everyone welcome back to the espn sports podcast it's rachel here in studio would shake up and before we kick things off chico has a word from our sponsors gamers like to customize everything from their gaming rig all the way down to the way their characters look and now schick is developed a way for them to customize their shave to introducing new schick hydro five since razors and refills equipped with innovative shop zoro technology the razor auto adjusts based on how you shave backing off or adding pressure when needed brie custom gel formula refill cartridges enable you to further personalize your shave available and hydrate gel with coconut oil to hydrate throughout each shave comfort gel with herbal extracts to comfort skin and energize jail with menthol to wake up tired skin schick sent me some products have been using them the last couple of weeks and particularly have kinda take a liking to the hydrogel i'm a big fan of that it's got me a really clean shaved the last couple of weeks when i've been on the road and scotland on i've been in south by southwest in austin texas it's just really been a great experience and i really appreciate them hooking us up and sponsoring this podcast so if you want to customize your shave us new schick hydra five cents available now at walmart for an everyday low price for more savings visits schick dot com.

schick hydro rachel chico schick scotland austin walmart espn texas
"schick" Discussed on ESPORTS

ESPORTS

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"schick" Discussed on ESPORTS

"All right will you heard it here i thanks for giving us your insight in the nhl see us you can give emily a follow on twitter at if i'm lee oh and before i forget emily was actually on our espn east sports video studio this week so if you wanna watch her talk about clutch gaming and overwatch ly you can check out espn dot com slash sports but before that and if you have time you can leave us a rating and a review itn's and let us know how we're doing you can also tweet us your thoughts originally on goo at usps underscore e sports and again emily's handles at league of emily you can also find us in the espn app and if you subscribe to eastwards in it we can send you an alert whenever we have a new episode customize your shave new schick hydro five cents equipped with shock absorbed technology auto adjust to how you shave available in three refill cartridge jill formulas try schick hydro five cents razors and refills available at walmart gamers like to customize everything from their gaming rig all the way down to the way their characters book and now schick has developed a way for them to customize their shave to introducing new schick hydro five cents razors and refills equipped with innovative shock absorb technology the razor auto adjusts based on how you shave backing off or adding pressure when needed three custom joe formula was refilled cartridges in able you to further personalize your shave available and hydrate gel with coconut oil to hydrate throughout each shave cover gel with herbal extracts comfort can and energize show with menthol to wake up tired looking skin customize your shave with new schick hydro five cents available now at walmart for an everyday low price for more savings visit schick dot com.

nhl emily twitter schick hydro schick walmart espn itn joe
"schick" Discussed on NFL: The Dave Dameshek Football Program

NFL: The Dave Dameshek Football Program

01:54 min | 4 years ago

"schick" Discussed on NFL: The Dave Dameshek Football Program

"For his damage schick football brooke grabbed vailable on i two or at day damage check dot nfl dot com now here's your host day gathered here all right let's get it going now to to great acclaim icee i not directed at me sell much as as a guy ceded the my immediate left our discussion about the great series great source material for us the the all or nothing series again track down amazon video it is returning again the studio 66 bri baumgartner how are you man i am doing fantastic houria i see you've you've sustained that that rich hugh of summertime out on the link sats wolf that's what that's just me oh it is oh yeah it's just me you just get my lustre elliot your summer to winter we live it's southern california right yeah where's yours either should not have more of it yeah do you think i should lose the beard chicago jeff fischer moustache or what oh i you know what if i were truly committed to what we're doing here brian yes i would i would go the full died go all the way and go moustache had when was the last time you were jr just mustache ever rally wasn't that long oh must to purely moustache iit was a forty eight not spectacular hours i went to the combine two years ago greg olson then i sat down because he famously group beer diaz anther run a couple of years ago and we got shave together in indianapolis old school style right i always wanted that the straight razor and everything's it but i said the to the barber leave me with the stash i don't know how many more chances i'm going to have it this i went home the next day and my kids said does stairway from.

california schick amazon jeff fischer greg olson indianapolis two years