20 Burst results for "Sepa"

"sepa" Discussed on X96

X96

01:34 min | 2 months ago

"sepa" Discussed on X96

"All right. Thank you, Mark. Thank you. So I just had another follow up. Um, also the importance of washing your hands, especially before you eat. Oh, I know that it's Fairly common. People go to a like a fast food restaurant, and they'll pay with their credit card or cash, and then they'll get their food and and go eat right away, and that's a bunch of contact. Sure is. Yes. That's a bunch of Yeah, That's great. I think Mark brought up a great point early in the course of Covid washing your hands four times a day. Reduce transmission 30%. So again, and we said this a lot last year. Don't touch your face. Wash your hands, You know, don't spread this. That's basic good hygiene. Anyway, it's all the basics of the virus out there. Thanks, Mark. Thank you. Text question. What is this SEPA drug that you just mentioned doctor? SEPA is a Casa Penton OIC acid. It's a prescription medication that showed that it reduced. Um Covets symptoms and in the course of the disease by about 50 to 54%. And I doubt that any of your clinicians are, uh, medical treatment. People would know about it because they don't read a lot of the medical information that's published Doctor Kabul. I think you got cut off just a little bit there. What's the drug called again? Via a F C. E P s Thank you very much. All right. Well, thank you for calling in once again, uh,.

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"sepa" Discussed on Food for Thought

Food for Thought

05:21 min | 2 months ago

"sepa" Discussed on Food for Thought

"I wanted to breastfeed. And i think i hadn't about analogies where also i needed to do that on my own paw than i ended up Of people off and daily with on my own that as completely not the right thing to do and anyone listen that goes by that reach out to someone else. Maybe get support from somewhere else whether that be your visa. Terrible don't narrow among group online or something but yeah it definitely locking. Everyone out is not the right thing to do now by but can't going like you said it's persistence. Because if you've got that feeling it goes back again to honesty and gut instinct. You have to hammer home. And if you look at the journey that you and i had with our baby's feeding it has been we've kind of had everything robbing you. You had reflects allergies tongue. Tie you so much that has made it safe. And then you go through phases where they refuse to feed and then they won't feed again and it's it is a complete rollercoaster the feeding journey of it. And what about the routine. That's talk about about routines as a parent. I mean there are different ways that you can address this aunt year. 'cause i guess expense for about the i always go to you when i need just to check out a bit about a routine. What are your opinions on. Keeping babies keeping up schedules and things for me again ovalles different lives differ among the different is our loved it associates. He aiko these things diagnosed we move. Forward i stipe in a routine basic routine in place which was like it was i think side three nazis mad. How quickly forget and three naps in. The died got reduced to and now. We're on one. But i think now he's older and i know he can sleep through the night and i want more of a lie and i'm a bit more. I've got Relaxed with it. Because i was. I won't so if we go out for the day and he sleeps foods five minutes on the way to the zoo boots farmers in the way. I'm then i'm like right. He's he's not. He's not set two hours in his co. home. But that's okay. And i'm okay with it and he's still sleeping through the night so i suppose he's finding that balance if you will by the needs that now that's only two hours in the middle of the day you might walk and you may be revoked your life a little bit differently around that so that can happen. I think you just fine. What works for you and Environments fine with doing that. So i've had to relax it eligible but generally rianne niece i about a view. I need to relax but you have to say is the way you were and we ruled in so some people have never even put enough routine and that by of slept for two months. You know those people that we one of my friends. she's amazing. i love to peace. Baby slept from seven weeks. I'm my friend something from a couple of weeks by. I was like no. You're next wouldn't have been saying. Oh the second one did as well it was like. Oh this several fast go by is different. You just have to find what works being and as roma gibson sleep for the diane is not poss- five o'clock the dame the danger zone cycle that. Oh yeah pretty much sleep for the nine next is a pumpkin might or something. Yeah exactly and id fill out before becoming a parent. Nobody actually discussed t- thing with me. Because i haven't been around many babies. My niece's don't live that close to me. I just was oblivious to the fact that tv kicks in once he to start nailing a routine. Getting naps a little bit longer than they start. Teething in it throws off again. There's so many things that come up. And what would you say. Now i think are the key skills that you've learned being a parent. Things are really helpful. The have changed you. I guess from the lucy before roman than the lucy with roman. I think that you have to. Oh what am i. What pounds you hacking. You have to see how babies and nothing set in with the by visit. Because if they're not feeling well you realize today. We're just having a downside. Bah snuggling feeds cartoons or disney film. And then you just have to realize that you have to get used to multitasking. And doing things. I would love to be spurs and a thousand things at the same time but also he have to money joe time so differently before. I'm doing my lions. I'm not gonna lie. I miss my life. Sunday's malayan and it kind of doesn't happen anymore. And i think you and your partner become the ultimate team. Don't you and you have to multitask everything. And and but yeah. Eighty two completely different lifestyle. Let's face it yet. I have huge respect for single parents out. There often going through a free designed to identify how they do it. There will sepa heroes because things constantly change like you said. There's no way that we can predict what's going to actually happen. And you run a business so you also businesswoman. I'm mom you've got multiple hats at the moment you know you shoot incredible gorgeous campaigns companies..

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"sepa" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"sepa" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Your SEPA of your CB smart. Sure your CPK is like a turf war. There's no turf war between me and J. J. You don't tire out. You know, I do. But that's actually what my latest book covers. Tracking Depakote. You're on point on all of it. The first thing I would know, though, is that I believe the grandparent's should own whatever it is and whenever they pass, then they leave it to that child will be then most likely of majority age. They still leave it to the child. If they're not of majority age, then when it's left to them, it would be potentially the parents are in essence. The guardian. However. There is no tax consequence that when you buy the stock like you said, no dividends, you would put it in the ATM account. And the reason for the ATM account is that if there is a tax consequence, it will be in Kiddo. Social Security number, But if you're under $2700 in any one year, there is no tax due on it. They've done away with the kiddie tax mean at the higher rates. So the No. David and I love I'll be honest with you. Josh have not heard that. That's genius. I've not heard that part. Get into one drop in gold. Be like butler don't like ur Don't be like Ah! There are, by the way, I've met millionaires and billionaires from whole result of this radio show, And I've said you've structured your company entirely wrong. You know, Hey, structure it And it's often actually real estate or people have a lot of debt well structured as things that payout taxes has earned. You want to structure your company so it doesn't pay a dividend. That's that's ugliness. And then what do you think that one that I'm going to touch on that life.

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"sepa" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

06:59 min | 1 year ago

"sepa" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Terry Hall sepa dot com is her business before the show. I said Terry, I'm just a little confused. Some people are calling and saying, Hey, the things that Donald Trump is being accused of doing wrong. Are the same things that we've done in the past. If our business fails, we're able to use accounting laws to go ahead and deduct some of our losses and even get some of our money back. So what about that all the elements of what he had are all accepted practices in tax rolls and real estate? This is She's taken them to extremes, and he's taken them beyond the point where he has a reasonable expectation of a profit in the states is you know what I've seen and read. The underlying principle would be that you, Khun! Conduct business and spend money and deduct your expenses. If you in an enterprise that you expect to become profitable at some point, some take longer than others. State you know, horse racing. It might take more than the usual calendar year to realize a profit. So the appreciation you're deducting the cost of some assets over a long period of time. But the expectation is at some point, the operations were gonna become profitable and making money at some point you're supposed to say. If I'm not any good if I have to stop, that's what it looks like in the reporting. We have. This guy has very been any good at Trump Tower was and still is profitable, but some of his golf courses, many of his golf courses were not. Many of his other properties were not the golf course business or golf resort business is notoriously difficult to make money at it. And these things take time. If you're going to build a hotel bill the brand to get people to come in. I would imagine that would take a while to turn a profit. No That's true, And I'm sure that the one with all this time is whether or not they can divide this thing up. When you look at it is his business, really developing real estate or promoting himself? You know what he's made Money at seems to be the celebrity game, spending a lot of money to be which glamorous so that people want to buy things with his name on them. That's what he's good at. So then is his. I want to go back to the real estate business in just a minute, but About that, Then do you? Do you feel that $70,000 in Haircuts and $100,000 for his daughter in makeup are reasonable expenses because it promotes the allure of the glamour of their brand. Well, if you think that haircut makes you look $70,000 glamorous, then maybe it ISS A lot of people in the Liberty game are projecting that sort of thing. Right? Well, that gets a lot of attention. But I think If you're a public person, your image is, in fact, your brand, You know, it's just another example of how the rich seemed to play by different rules than the rest of us. I don't get to deduct my haircut. Be excessive. But clearly the principal harden your radio reporter. But if you want a TV, maybe your haircut would be deduct about. I'm a little confused about your suggestion that if you're not good at your business, the IRS begins to regard the deductibility of your losses is somehow different than somebody who is successful in business. What business is it of the I R s is if I'm struggling right now, Much of the island. It's a presumption that if you lose money for more than two, more than three years in a roll It's obvious not a business and different rules apply to a hobby. In fact, your revenues are taxable, but your expenses are deductible on his itemized expenses. Which is a whole different category, and also to the extent of your revenue. You can't create a lot for tax purposes with hardly a lot of writing about the rules waited to have these businesses, but the basic principle is They're gonna cooperate with you and allow you to spend money and a lot of way if they feel that ultimately your goal is to have a profit and you have a reasonable expectation of a prophet. It's more logical example somebody besides you want to become a painter. They take up art. It said he might take art classes to get good at it. They can't deduct classes because they're teaching them a new job. But once they're in that job, but they take more classes would be deductible. Now you're going to be painting your painting pictures of going to art shows. And you're only a few paintings and that's great. But if you don't start selling enough to cover your expenses were going to say you do this because it's your hobby. And you like it for some other reasons, not because you're in the business of this support yourself. Is that how the accounting world looks a Donald Trump? Because I'm sure nobody thinks of what he does is a hobby. That's his business. That was his business before the Apprentice. I think the world has that Donald Trump has a business failure for many, many years. And has been astonished, and here's a bit with the morph into a celebrity who's instead pulling out of this into a giant identifies. And then if I took his accountant Kind of you. I'd probably say that all my political campaigning was an attempt to continue to make my brand grammar and famous and increase my influences of celebrity. And while we are a little bit, political expenses are not deductible. You could even make a case for that in his time text which leads me to this whole business, that if in fact I mean shoot this been going on since 2008. This disagreement with Donald Trump in the IRS over $73 million in deductions, if if that's been going on for 12 years. Clearly, the law's a little murky on this or undecided and I think a lot of us are saying OK, however, that thing shakes out those laws need to be changed. The IRS will demand that I make a payment on on my tax bill. If I fail in business, nobody is going to grant me 12 years, especially if I owe $73 million. It seems to me like they're playing by different rules. Terry. I think you're on the head, and I think it's a topic of discussion, and they're conning widows for years. If you have lots of money and even more if you have a lot of influence You can use these laws. You feather your own bed. There's a lot now passed by the cares accident. You could do this again. If you have a 2019 or You can carry it back for five years. That's what he did in 20. Experienced a great big.

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US panel backs wider use of fish oil to prevent heart attack

Morning Edition

03:06 min | 1 year ago

US panel backs wider use of fish oil to prevent heart attack

"A panel of scientific advisers to the food and drug administration has unanimously voted in favor of wider use of a prescription fish oil pills the medication can help reduce the risk of heart attacks and strokes and there's also not reports it's long been known that omega three fatty acids which are abundant in oily fish such as salmon are good for heart health what's much newer to the scene is a fish oil pill approved by the FDA cardiologists Peter Wilson of Emory University has reviewed the evidence behind the drug is called the sepa this is a prescription product at high concentration this to your assigned fish oil which is extracted from sardines and anchovies is currently recommended for a narrow group of people with very elevated triglyceride levels but Wilson was part of a panel of advisers that was used to weigh in on whether the fish oil pills could also be beneficial for a much wider group of adults including people who've already had a heart attack or stroke and people with type two diabetes who also have another risk factor such as high blood pressure the panel felt very strongly that this fish oil product taken in addition to Statens reduced cardio vascular disease Staten medications work well to reduce LDL cholesterol the so called bad cholesterol Statens can also lower triglycerides to some extent but fish oil can have an added a fax in lowering triglycerides further some prior studies that fish oil supplements that you can buy off the shelf at the grocery store or drug store have pointed to benefits to supplement at lower doses of always been of interest the difference in these most recent studies is using much higher concentrations in the pills in other words smaller doses may help a little but Wilson says to get a significant reduction in risk higher doses are more helpful the evidence comes from a clinical trial sponsored by the company that manufactures the seat back it included people who already had a heart attack or stroke Wilson has no financial ties to the company the trial showed a convincing evidence for reduction of heart attack stroke and cardiac related death about a twenty five percent reduction compared to a placebo group so could people who want to the health benefits of omega three fatty acids just aim to eat more fish especially healthy people who aren't at high risk of heart disease Daria CMOS Afarin dean of the nutrition school at Tufts University says yes for the general population you know I really recommend people eat fish or seafood at least you know one or two servings per week but he says in order to lower triglycerides more is needed the prescription pill is dosed at four grams a day which is the equivalent of eating are you ready for this eight to ten servings of salmon every day that's pretty hard to do you know almost impossible the FDA typically follows the advice of its advisory panels and is expected to decide on expanded use approval by the end of the

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Fish Oil Drug Recommended for Wider Use

Morning Edition

01:09 min | 1 year ago

Fish Oil Drug Recommended for Wider Use

"A panel of scientific advisers to the food and drug administration has unanimously voted in favor of wider use of a prescription fish oil pills the medication can help reduce the risk of heart attacks and strokes and there's also no reports it's long been known that omega three fatty acids which are abundant in oily fish such as salmon are good for heart health what's much newer to the scene is a fish oil pills approved by the FDA cardiologists Peter Wilson of Emory University has reviewed the evidence behind the drug is called the sepa this is a prescription product at high concentration this to your assigned fish oil which is extracted from sardines and anchovies is currently recommended for a narrow group of people with very elevated triglyceride levels but Wilson was part of a panel of advisers that was used to weigh in on whether the fish oil pills could also be beneficial for a much wider group of adults including people who've already had a heart attack or stroke and people with type two diabetes who also have another risk factors such as high blood pressure the

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Amarin now says FDA plans outside panel review of its Vascepa

CNBC's Fast Money

00:31 sec | 2 years ago

Amarin now says FDA plans outside panel review of its Vascepa

"Has been on a tear since last year. When the company reported it's hard drugs. The sepa which a lot of people know as the drug derived from fish oil was shown to reduce the risk of heart attack and other cardiovascular events in a major clinical trial now. The next step was f._d._a. Approval to have those heart benefits hits included on the drugs label which means the company could market around it and presumably get a big revenue boost from that now amarin said this afternoon that the f._d._a. Just notified that it will hold an advisory committee meeting in november to discuss data and because of that the legal expansion decision is likely to be pushed back from september to december

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"sepa" Discussed on Go Beyond Disruption

Go Beyond Disruption

02:47 min | 3 years ago

"sepa" Discussed on Go Beyond Disruption

"And then schedule them out for the next year to year three you'll focusing out is in turn makes you Oganization more prepared for this having budget and resources scheduled instead of being reactionary yoga becomes proactive in dealing with these risks. All right. So just a quick review of those number one tone at the top making sure that everybody's on the same page to make sure you know, your assets three create a risk register. So that there is a definition for what exactly risk as for analyze those risks. How likely are they to happen and how quickly five prioritize risks six delivery and monitoring and finally forecasting and budgeting was that? Right. Exactly. Yes. Seven key factors. Okay. So somebody wants to go through these. Seven key factors, and they wanna send their risk. What resources are templates might be available to help them do that yet. Great. So one of the key resources out. There is from the SEPA cybersecurity Reese will send him, but I've also if you look at other departments such as a Cosa all sands dot org. They offer some great templates to get you started. As mentioned, though that with this particular process. It can be as easy as denting say ten quick questions putting them in excel and then interviewing each person in capturing their response, and then you can just expand on their response. And then rank third response to do they consider cybersecurity being a high risk for the particular area or department an easy example here would be example, when we see physical security is part of a side but risk assessment. A lot of the big SABA threats have happened in the past has being that potentially just from physical level. I it was picked up from a loading dock. So it's not a complicated over the y type of threat, it was just a physical threat, but it's pot of a cyber security program, and that's captured just by interviewing someone facility level again, though can be captured in a very simple spreadsheet. There's right up to very detailed Josse, tools, which held in a software tools where each place in Sint almost a survey and captured the very much in a full momentum. And then calibrates those and Carlisle into some heat map and the heat map to then recent priorities, so many resources out the this many frameworks at this. So you've got NIST framework. And of course, is between seven thousand one thousand to all these frameworks over similar, and I wouldn't point to any framework again a suburb. Assessment program has to be scaled to the size and to the data acids of your own is Asian. All right. Great. And you mentioned several frameworks that organizations can use for guardless of what framework.

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"sepa" Discussed on Deal of the Week

Deal of the Week

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"sepa" Discussed on Deal of the Week

"Hopes literally going out to raise money that you can come out and say something like so it did the guys who quinton coffee the activists who is is in great shape by the way grana for activists and he has come out and he said he likes that lows of being good and settling in putting people in bouba he thinks he stopped can triple yawn that's pretty bolt it's an eight billion dollar market car company think of that will be triple in value so did disappointing reference his is cases ready that you know let you have hyundai pose as a close his company to this humpty do a much better job particularly on margins always looking up the dominance wanting i'm debate about sixteen point five times lows about eleven point four so the obvious he is work to do that obviously his claim that they can triple in value is a big one we will them yeah and i lay i like this impart me this that gets i am an x x patriots southerner living in living in new york for the last decade and the lowe's home depot rivalry you know you got lows up in north carolina you got home depot on down in atlanta in other slugging it out kind of the sun i'll based companies in in a home approve a market they had such at a massive run during the the housing boom of the early 2000s home depot has minted you know a couple of billionaires including arthur blank lengthy atlanta falcons like i could go on and on about just what a fascinating corporate story this is an you know we we don't have a lot of big bad rivalries anymore you know is like i grew up in the coke and pepsi days and if they're just aren't as many of these where you you've just got as as we say run college football just good oldfashioned hate between companies a sort of a dueling joyfully exacts or is it and so it will be interesting and we very interests see what the activists can do here and you know so far looks late lows are going to play ball whether a mother continues um i guess we'll have to wait and see sepa activists contracts was talking about akron il akman back in the news and and back in the news unfortunately for the wrong reasons.

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"sepa" Discussed on Money Box

Money Box

02:02 min | 4 years ago

"sepa" Discussed on Money Box

"Lights it by the reason we learnt sepa complaint when i was at which all those years ago was because we just got buckets of emails from people saying this drove them potty and back then you would have r airlines out reina charging four pounds per person per leg for a family of four you could be being charged fifty pounds in card charges and that was even for paying by debitcard in those days in the cost of the airlines was as a metre pence and you mention one particular provided there what are the out who were the other worse defender the in class is rather than individual firms while it was really the travel industry was the worst of these old travel operators travel agents the airlines and the budget airlines in particular because of course they were trying to keep the headline prices low and and get a bit of extra revenue round the backend things have moved on a bit over the last few years we did get new legislation in the uk which said you could only charge what you are being charged but an order the airlines just ignored that because those rules weren't written very well and trading standard said actually we'd i want to enforce these as too risky yes and you mentioned the the worst offenders and the worst groups but there are worries that it all it will actually do is lead to high prices so everyone will pay slightly more to cover the the money that they're no longer raising well yes but that was the point here the point was better transparency that so that you can compare like with light you know what the total cost of what you're trying to buy is before you even start the process of buying and that was the problem the old days you thought you had a great deal then suddenly on the payment screen another fifty pounds could be added to the total price which could change the whole equation at the beginning now some firms have said they refusing to take credit cards and if it's the holiday firm that could be quite important because then if you have to pay by bank transfer you'll lose you'll rights of of consumer protection under section seventyfives it's cool and i think consumers are aware of that i really don't think customers will put up with travel firms not accepting credit cards.

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"sepa" Discussed on The Food Chain

The Food Chain

02:02 min | 4 years ago

"sepa" Discussed on The Food Chain

"Feed it what point t run into difficulties at was set foster good i'm several we've been able to scale the business on a monthonmonth basis i think the biggest challenge is convincing people really to move they wanted sheriff spend on groceries from either you know traditional offline corner shops all supermarkets existing supermarkets and to make this patches online and that's really just about disrupting entrenched behaviors more more than anything else you'll feet day coming from the police directly is never going to be as cheap as what some of the sepa markets affect could you ever really compete with cheap knock it on a likeforlike basket of products funk represent as competitive assume marks on pricing when you look at the really big technology companies assassinating interface if we think about anniston and how fates for example what kind of challenges do you think companies of that size face when they get involved in fade what are the things we looked at when abbas and moved into the the fruit space was whether or not this would threaten not only our customer base but but also produce base and the answer we got back from a produces was that one of them would far prefer to continue dealing with pham drop than shifting onto the platform and the reason they gave really was that pharma's human scale business that not only put them first but made them feel front and center span pop woman found job is a snowpack two if the biggest on amazon and alibaba they've been investing heavily not just online but in brixton voter team earlier this year amazon snapped up hope feed supermarkets for just under fourteen billion us dollars and it's employees have been testdriving amazon guy a checkout free supermarket in seattle which scams custom is smart veins and uses mobile sensing technology to record the items they pick up alibaba's launched its own.

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"sepa" Discussed on The Naked Scientists

The Naked Scientists

02:02 min | 4 years ago

"sepa" Discussed on The Naked Scientists

"We know it's a political because if it's something this big you should be able to see its gravitationally lines light in the sky so you look for these massive compact halo objects the cooled and you look for a lenzing effect that moves across the sky on that you don't see that enough to be a big thing so has be some small particle and it won't interact with anything it won't talk to us in light because it's dog soda so how do we find it then how do we try interrogator interrogated so a might not have interactions with lights but it might have interactions with the weak force which is responsible for radioactive decay and in that case she could conceivably produce it at the large hadron collider in the collisions there between protons and that usually you'd made it though the part sons of equal and opposite momentum and then you look for a final state of the after the collision which is unbalanced in one direction and you know that serve from school physics that senior momentum conserved observers is unbalanced this been something invisible going in the opposite direction and the visible stuff is precisely don't matter which takes the momentum off and sneaks it of like a thief in the night three that two texan now we know that we've got a dog side there's the good side as well as in the so is is there a counterbalancing force well unfortunately not that we know of but there is another nefarious force which is a dark energy that's something which is even more mysterious than dark matter it's making space accelerate across the universe whitley when we look at some of the sepa novi a long way away from us there are accelerating moon they should do we know that okay everything's getting further apart space itself is growing because the big bang but there's an extra effects on of that this extra acceleration and is consistent with a small negative energy density of space itself on its making everything accelerate even further away but was.

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"sepa" Discussed on Little Atoms

Little Atoms

02:09 min | 4 years ago

"sepa" Discussed on Little Atoms

"So in his novel 'electricity again is a force that seems to have this well it sepa not true it can sort of kill and kyocera it has that dynamic and it can be used for a force of good and evil as time went on and you reached into the 19th century the association of electricity and death becomes particularly poignant as it becomes a sort of favored method of of the death penalty in the united states in in eighty nine ninety and in in the exhibition we feature her sugar off of of the original electric chair um alongsides and electric therapeutic cia pride primarily to bring out this dynamic have of its life giving and deathdealing um qualities his sharon rushton there's a lot of interest in the creature as an example of the post human and and that really relates to kind of contemporary worries that we have now bouts technology and about an artificial intelligence and all sorts of things and because he seems to the creature is kind of superhuman he's not he's not actually human his he he asked lots of questions and frankenstein such as who admire what monet and i always think that he's a different janice of the homo species he's he's he's not man he he something else that has yet to be categorized i'm going to leave you with the speech from frankenstein about the dangers of knowledge learn from me if not by my precepts at least by my example how dangerous is the equivalent of knowledge and how much happier that man is who believes his native town to be the world and he who aspires to become greater than his nature will allow.

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"sepa" Discussed on The Starters

The Starters

02:30 min | 4 years ago

"sepa" Discussed on The Starters

"Yeah see at the guards but i mean does any but me is very than his point guard a as john wall though i think they will get the votes manageable you'll nedjeljko gets the starting spot that'd be great only once daily coming quickwin here drummond as we said it's hitting over seventy percent of his free throws what something you're doing two times better than last year that's from thick tan pretzel hydrating your hydrating better for sure i started tracking my water and once you start tracking something you just want to put those numbers on the board i mean i'm crushing a forty every day at least one that's that's fine but 20minute hydrating less your hydrating what's the point of water at every function it look at this thing that i bring every day after serenade all the time that's good that's good if you wanna g a p yes i am of his applied read like a champion if you're going or hydrated like crazy this you're going to want to go to the washer bathroom there ali what are you doing twotimes mentioned the pressure not to pee on that sepa in singapore lunch and why i'd go nuts prelude clean in your point go over louise what why are you good at it why he can broken window theory you know if something's clean you don't want to mess it up you're going to start sharing i think that he probably sits down knowing him i leave the bathroom has i into that it's not a peak twotimes better pigs are very clean washing myself showery i'm up to three times a day these animals you're you're not you're getting a drive as snipe it up but i'm not necessarily like using the soap and just thoroughly thinning myself the first one in the morning it's just a quick shower school dropouts competivity for that then have a workout and you have another one and then light light at not if you've had a long time you could sweaty likes can of quick check out of bed just offtheshelf with that somebody out there right now is putting together a medium hygienically all the stats three showers this o two three it it it it yeah it depends on it like sometimes it's a quick like trump and other towns it's more thorough if you've been sweaty in dirty and stuff.

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"sepa" Discussed on The Starters

The Starters

02:30 min | 4 years ago

"sepa" Discussed on The Starters

"Yeah see at the guards but i mean does any but me is very than his point guard a as john wall though i think they will get the votes manageable you'll nedjeljko gets the starting spot that'd be great only once daily coming quickwin here drummond as we said it's hitting over seventy percent of his free throws what something you're doing two times better than last year that's from thick tan pretzel hydrating your hydrating better for sure i started tracking my water and once you start tracking something you just want to put those numbers on the board i mean i'm crushing a forty every day at least one that's that's fine but 20minute hydrating less your hydrating what's the point of water at every function it look at this thing that i bring every day after serenade all the time that's good that's good if you wanna g a p yes i am of his applied read like a champion if you're going or hydrated like crazy this you're going to want to go to the washer bathroom there ali what are you doing twotimes mentioned the pressure not to pee on that sepa in singapore lunch and why i'd go nuts prelude clean in your point go over louise what why are you good at it why he can broken window theory you know if something's clean you don't want to mess it up you're going to start sharing i think that he probably sits down knowing him i leave the bathroom has i into that it's not a peak twotimes better pigs are very clean washing myself showery i'm up to three times a day these animals you're you're not you're getting a drive as snipe it up but i'm not necessarily like using the soap and just thoroughly thinning myself the first one in the morning it's just a quick shower school dropouts competivity for that then have a workout and you have another one and then light light at not if you've had a long time you could sweaty likes can of quick check out of bed just offtheshelf with that somebody out there right now is putting together a medium hygienically all the stats three showers this o two three it it it it yeah it depends on it like sometimes it's a quick like trump and other towns it's more thorough if you've been sweaty in dirty and stuff.

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"sepa" Discussed on Stacey's Pop Culture Parlour

Stacey's Pop Culture Parlour

01:44 min | 4 years ago

"sepa" Discussed on Stacey's Pop Culture Parlour

"A shows on subsidies sobbing joined sepa pagot season free about this feels like she's getting a little bit move into that kind of mode pianist that we can't go out to flush some hope of this without its marsha mountain to mountain tell us thing martian ma'am hunter annoy me and not because every episode he chooses to not bother being law should mountain what do i keep signed mom twintower from her he chooses not to be like a superpower powerful island guy and just let run along behind supraparliament where he he to a year might sitting go and bam icing look at him my uh enrique rather chose acid at him so we poking cannot bear again on that note wanting to confer while we are so good rwe should we shall we do our last segment is not really a segment but it light just an enhancement relay us and cuban the time that we've got it will be an announcement as opposed to segment muthuvel data is a really quick announcement from so barry annoy i can it be do in a nevada an extra special 24 alone leave stacy's pop coach alessandro station berry in the morning but the 24hour should stay saberi in the old days some brave for 24 hours are cobo i may and he's going to be on saturday the 28 of april next year i will have offici because its core i wanna why i haven't got like any links prepare jet as a way you can listen to it all.

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"sepa" Discussed on The Two Shot Podcast

The Two Shot Podcast

01:46 min | 4 years ago

"sepa" Discussed on The Two Shot Podcast

"It's a it's a bit of a dump and i say that with all the warmth i can we are still light going home to leicester but a lot of the things that will wonderful about of sorts have been destroyed the town center he's a shell of woolsey walls in on every now and then the pope a new fence he pence center shopping center which means it'll kill the shopping mall they built twenty years ago that killed the high street via and one of the shining light of last year's this incredible roman market i'm each just they had the mob just the best market one of the best market in the country probe lakes famous for it that's just tonight between the council trying to close it and kill eytan not letting bus guy they're knee warren dna meaning sepa markets not sorts of a shadow of its former self so asked delight guy back among still dine on a go friends latte and i feel safe from cozy must algae on that but in a belying if a said it's the greatest city augusta of ever been so what is that things net if fuel if you'll from applies your ought to slide after somebody else legs off he got to the hospital exactly and the it's not lime slackening off it's the frustration railey of course because you wanted to be so because even as as if the you know what it wants in uganda stand the law of the time i think that's just i think that's probably a mix of eight getting older and be the speed with which things inked changed now and you'll say this endless greed that seems to be go above everything else in montes helping law applies is not only latins arua yeah everywhere i was school for you on me.

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"sepa" Discussed on Stacey's Pop Culture Parlour

Stacey's Pop Culture Parlour

02:19 min | 4 years ago

"sepa" Discussed on Stacey's Pop Culture Parlour

"He this guy this asshole goes down into the sewer as somehow i don't know how we get death through an underground through the the so why but he does and the woman who owns the pell who's this drew brees deaths soul a thing qassem volume on ever mayor republicans she catches interns him into a frog at transmit to an alligator lead ahead i don't think that's what happened in the conservation pillow i doubt remem remember amokachi on mute sent shore because i didn't realize he was cajun until we were playing we had a right track i mean not in europe line which will muzzi to a jet hubs their north data and and he appeared anita sepa chijen and delight has a donate youtube and mary walls john cihr wrong religion shift foiled yellow it sharia sheets announcements leatherhead he freaked out the shredded convinces him to join his cell age and it would seem that he's for canadia lowest to him saw blatantly love stretches lawyers shred isn't always essential alliances that links hurdle thought armor good lawyer yup really aspirin easily lines with ice that ain't buffy cities a canton real estate science at the tel els two path springtime themselves into towels while the governor charlie purposefully turn be welcome rocksteady with the help of mary barra note churches shut his idea was that i tell them cells into the meat title tattle bologna so that i would have liked i will be stronger on whatever and then ninety saudi till at new type fiba moksedur bonnevay we still calls and veba ross said he want those are came to into real estate agent night sleep is utilize the real international to call be up fell came off gabon friends than all actual friend for kyw even though the phone aims it him great sorrow after this totals are on the chiefs guys have no identifying cheapskate all these other often come what will from walk out there i think a lot of this because a lot of the carrots as we're actually disowned boy people of works of mirage studios a swear that's what they were saying in not documentary none one that we washed on that on.

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"sepa" Discussed on First and Last

First and Last

02:02 min | 4 years ago

"sepa" Discussed on First and Last

"Wild first and last michael junior basking in me can you call it glory of whatever that road to my dad was room yesteryear on mike and mic please don't this is officially throwback thursday i didn't even realize i did make that connection before we have thrown it back on a thursday to the yesteryear i mean that was when like liam and joaquin were produced with our own liam chapman who now what slim's official title round here now liam do you got promoted the program director congratulations while joe congratulations to i've no it's and this is like a a peek behind the curtain in the way that's really just selfserving but liam chapman who is the program director here now is is technically been one of my bosses here is a guy that i've known since i was nine or ten years old like a lot of the brass around here because there are guys that have come up through mike mike in the morning we take you up to them every monday through friday obviously check me out over there at six thirty this morning by the way but liam was wink at me yeah did i say those kind of a general wink under europe's not going unnoticed you're the one that i look very uncomfortable you should i think i'd let him i think i just took the one of those hr classes online and here so you know maybe don't bring that up to them sorry for making you feel uncomfortable in the workplace dan i respect you as a colleague thank you that wins it let's get that drops gotten if he would now god but yet on this from two thousand six by the way that sock two thousand six yeah i'd be interested to see if that was one carr's liam used to be involved in like making a lot of those songs i remember it was him one of the other guys work on on the show joaquin used to be the guys that were basically the backup vocals for a lot of the songs that mike and mike reproduce because that used to be something they did very regularly i still have the big papi mvp song stuck in my head from years ago i mean that's how catchy those sort of were those with zepa commercials before the sepa commercials in a lotta stances but um.

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"sepa" Discussed on Congratulations with Chris D'Elia

Congratulations with Chris D'Elia

01:49 min | 4 years ago

"sepa" Discussed on Congratulations with Chris D'Elia

"Sexist but not really look at you look at you fucking stupid skirt or somehow know what the fuck but like dude this is why for can i swear this went on of my relationships workout sometimes my ex my axes will just they'll be like you talk harsh and i'm like no i fucking love you you know uh i don't know i do ty you know that's how my whole family grew up though man i mean my mom would zang my dad hard my dad would be like i got fucking fifty years behind me and my mom will like padded belly and bula again twenty pounds in front of you i mean fucking murderer sling since slammed him devoted hey did where's the door gunk slammed him is like the cnac mentor a win east winter of fucking throws the door in front of the guy's face and it fucking almost hits his nose now obviously i'm going when their members at but still seref rinse a month fucking slammed the shitara my dad every day we laughed mmd got sent sepa whatever mom always got sensiti no one was a king is the king was internally for can passed away she's the fucking queen of fucking slammin dude among the queen is slam endured to i love slamet you know the fuck man moms queen slam scott queen of this queen of the slammed and then we queen of the dander what the fuck is the make it a.

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