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Finland's leaders call for NATO membership 'without delay'
"England England England England has has has has announced announced announced announced that that that that it it it it is is is is in in in in favor favor favor favor of of of of rapidly rapidly rapidly rapidly applying applying applying applying for for for for NATO NATO NATO NATO membership membership membership membership creating creating creating creating a a a a historic historic historic historic expansion expansion expansion expansion for for for for the the the the alliance alliance alliance alliance and and and and a a a a serious serious serious serious blow blow blow blow to to to to Russia Russia Russia Russia the the the dramatic dramatic dramatic move move move means means means that that that Finland Finland Finland is is is all all all but but but certain certain certain to to to join join join NATO NATO NATO with with with just just just a a a few few few steps steps steps left left left before before before the the the application application application process process process can can can begin begin begin Finland's Finland's Finland's foreign foreign foreign minister minister minister Pekka Pekka Pekka Haavisto Haavisto Haavisto has has has said said said Russia's Russia's Russia's invasion invasion invasion of of of Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine has has has become become become a a a serious serious serious concern concern concern on on on predictable predictable predictable behavior behavior behavior of of of Russia Russia Russia he's he's he's an an an imminent imminent imminent he he he soon soon soon U. U. U. K. K. K. prime prime prime minister minister minister Boris Boris Boris Johnson Johnson Johnson said said said it's it's it's understandable understandable understandable that that that Finland Finland Finland would would would want want want to to to join join join NATO NATO NATO at at at this this this time time time when when when you you you look look look what what what rushers rushers rushers done done done in in in Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine everybody's everybody's everybody's not not not thinking thinking thinking about about about their their their own own own security security security finish finish finish public public public opinion opinion opinion is is is now now now at at at seventy seventy seventy percent percent percent in in in favor favor favor of of of joining joining joining NATO NATO NATO Helsinki Helsinki Helsinki resident resident resident and and and non non non **** **** **** police police police Finland Finland Finland needs needs needs to to to feel feel feel protected protected protected in in in the the the current current current environment environment environment SO SO SO small small small country country country so so so we we we won't won't won't be be be able able able to to to do do do all all all of of of these these these the the the defense defense defense by by by ourselves ourselves ourselves so so so we we we need need need to to to be be be a a a member member member of of of NATO NATO NATO I'm I'm I'm Karen Karen Karen Thomas Thomas Thomas
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Bodies surfacing in Lake Mead recall mob's time in Las Vegas
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45M Americans to bet on March Madness hoops, group estimates
"March madness brings exciting finishes along with plenty of bets on those games about forty five million Americans say they plan to bet on this year's March madness college basketball championship tournament that's according to the gambling industry's national trade group the American gaming association predicts three point one billion dollars will be wagered on this year's event with seventy percent of American adults placing at least one bets the gamblers top pick to win it all Zacha followed by Duke and Kentucky I'm Shelley Adler
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More Americans cite equality concerns, but most back voting laws: poll
"A new poll finds most Americans support voter identification laws but there are some concerns minority voters could face exclusion a new Associated Press norc poll finds most people are happy with the voting rules in their states even where new reforms were enacted seventy percent favor the idea of requiring a photo ID before someone can cast a ballot pushed more by the GOP and a majority favor to democratic priorities automatic registration for those eligible and mail in ballots but on the issue of equal access for voting eighty six percent of Democrats believe more must be done to secure a racial equality in voting rights forty percent of Republicans also think so I'm
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Poll: Stark racial gap in views on Black woman on high court
"A new poll finds Americans are sharply divided by race when it comes to president Biden's promise to nominate a black woman to the U. S. Supreme Court forty eight percent of Americans overall say it's not important to them that a black woman will likely be the next Supreme Court justice according to the Associated Press norc poll just twenty nine percent think it's extremely or very important but among black Americans the president's promise is resonating sixty three percent of black Americans say it's very or extremely important compared to just twenty one percent of white Americans and thirty three percent of Hispanics the numbers are much higher among black women seventy percent place high importance on a black female Supreme Court justice there's also a political divide most Democrats think it's at least somewhat important but eight in ten Republicans do not I'm Jackie Quinn
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Top Biden aide says Ukraine invasion could come 'any day'
"U. U. U. U. S. S. S. S. officials officials officials officials say say say say Russia Russia Russia Russia has has has has assembled assembled assembled assembled at at at at least least least least seventy seventy seventy seventy percent percent percent percent of of of of the the the the forces forces forces forces it it it it needs needs needs needs to to to to launch launch launch launch a a a a full full full full scale scale scale scale invasion invasion invasion invasion of of of of Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine it it it it would would would would come come come come at at at at an an an an enormous enormous enormous enormous human human human human cost cost cost cost what what what what Putin Putin Putin Putin is is is is talking talking talking talking about about about about has has has has been been been been putting putting putting putting together together together together the the the the old old old old Soviet Soviet Soviet Soviet Union Union Union Union you you you you crane crane crane crane is is is is the the the the first first first first part part part part of of of of that that that that we we we we think think think think he he he he wants wants wants wants to to to to swallow swallow swallow swallow the the the the whole whole whole whole thing thing thing thing in in in in senator senator senator senator John John John John Brasso Brasso Brasso Brasso tells tells tells tells fox fox fox fox news news news news Sunday Sunday Sunday Sunday the the the the Russian Russian Russian Russian president president president president needs needs needs needs to to to to choke choke choke choke on on on on it it it it we we we we need need need need pressing pressing pressing pressing biting biting biting biting sections sections sections sections now now now now not not not not after after after after an an an an invasion invasion invasion invasion asked asked asked asked what what what what he he he he thinks thinks thinks thinks Putin Putin Putin Putin is is is is looking looking looking looking for for for for president president president president Biden Biden Biden Biden says says says says thank thank thank thank you you you you cannot cannot cannot cannot address address address address on on on on where where where where things things things things stand stand stand stand national national national national security security security security advisor advisor advisor advisor Jake Jake Jake Jake Sullivan Sullivan Sullivan Sullivan tells tells tells tells fox fox fox fox news news news news Sunday Sunday Sunday Sunday my my my my job job job job here here here here is is is is not not not not to to to to predict predict predict predict what what what what exactly exactly exactly exactly will will will will happen happen happen happen day day day day to to to to day day day day it it it it is is is is to to to to prepare prepare prepare prepare for for for for any any any any contingency contingency contingency contingency including including including including a a a a contingency contingency contingency contingency where where where where Russian Russian Russian Russian forces forces forces forces drive drive drive drive on on on on the the the the Ukrainian Ukrainian Ukrainian Ukrainian capital capital capital capital and and and and if if if if that that that that happens happens happens happens it it it it will will will will come come come come at at at at a a a a strategic strategic strategic strategic cost cost cost cost to to to to Russia Russia Russia Russia Ben Ben Ben Ben Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas Washington Washington Washington Washington
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Bill Belichick has his most minority coaches this season
"The the NFL NFL is is America's America's most most popular popular sport sport dominating dominating television television ratings ratings and and playing playing to to packed packed stadiums stadiums but but it it has has a a problem problem while while nearly nearly seventy seventy percent percent of of the the league's league's players players are are black black only only three three of of the the league's league's thirty thirty two two head head coaches coaches are are black black and and minorities minorities account account for for fewer fewer than than thirty thirty six six percent percent of of the the league's league's assistant assistant coaches coaches but but the the NFL NFL is is working working to to change change that that dynamic dynamic in in New New England England where where coach coach bill bill Belichick Belichick has has won won six six super super bowls bowls the the twenty twenty twenty twenty one one season season began began with with eight eight minority minority assistance assistance the the most most ever ever for for a a Belichick Belichick led led team team four four of of those those assistants assistants are are alums alums of of NFL NFL sponsored sponsored fellowship fellowship programs programs yeah yeah these these are are great great programs programs for for an an opportunity opportunity for for both both teams teams and and the the distances distances and and make make connections connections more more than than half half of of those those places places and and on on the the job job better better in in patriots patriots safety safety Devin Devin McCourty McCourty applauds applauds the the NFL's NFL's efforts efforts to to help help teams teams diversify diversify on on the the sidelines sidelines and and in in the the front front offices offices I I think think it it is is time time to to start start seeing seeing a a year year in in and and year year out out because because it's it's the the right right thing thing to to do do you you know know I I think think a a lot lot of of highly highly qualified qualified people people haven't haven't been been given given the the chance chance and and a a little little be be great great to to see see you you know know when when people people are are given given a a chance chance to to see see what what they they do do with with it it it's it's worth worth noting noting that that two two former former Belichick Belichick assistants assistants who who are are black black went went on on to to head head coaching coaching positions positions in in the the NFL NFL Romeo Romeo Cornell Cornell guided guided the the Cleveland Cleveland Browns Browns the the Kansas Kansas City City Chiefs Chiefs and and on on an an interim interim basis basis the the Houston Houston Texans Texans Brian Brian Flores Flores is is currently currently head head coach coach of of the the Miami Miami Dolphins Dolphins I I might might cross cross yeah yeah
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Heat, no food, deadly weather: Climate change kills seabirds
"Researchers researchers are are finding finding the the planets planets warming warming is is taking taking a a deadly deadly toll toll on on seabirds seabirds comment comment related related losses losses have have hit hit albatross albatross is is off off the the Hawaiian Hawaiian Islands Islands northern northern gannets gannets near near the the British British Isles Isles and and puffins puffins off off the the Maine Maine coast coast and and sea sea levels levels rise rise some some birds birds are are less less able able to to build build nests nests others others are are starving starving unable unable to to find find finishes finishes the the ocean ocean heats heats up up extreme extreme weather weather is is also also taking taking a a toll toll turns turns living living off off New New England England have have died died during during increasingly increasingly frequent frequent rain rain and and hail hail storms storms while while hurricanes hurricanes wiped wiped away away nests nests resulting resulting in in fewer fewer checks checks than than years years gone gone by by researchers researchers at at the the university university of of British British Columbia Columbia estimate estimate seabird seabird populations populations of of fallen fallen seventy seventy percent percent since since the the middle middle of of the the twentieth twentieth century century I'm I'm Ben Ben Thomas Thomas
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G-20 opens with call for more vaccines for poor countries
"Its lease prime yeah Mario Draghi has called on the world's richest nations to pick up the pace and getting Kevin nineteen vaccines to poor countries Draghi his the host for the two day group of twenty summit to rhyme said that any three percent affects native in the poorest countries while seventy percent in rich countries have had at least one shot these differences are morally unacceptable and undermine the global recovery global health and the economy all themes running throughout the summit as world leaders will grapple with the same issues ranging from climate change vaccines economic recovery an international taxation for rich countries vaccines and stimulus spending have restarted economic activity unfortunately no income developing countries don't have the resources to jumpstart their economies as they struggle with vaccinations and financing French president Emmanuel McCall said he expects the G. twenty to come from an additional one hundred billion dollars to support Africa's economies I'm Karen Thomas
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NFL, players agree to end 'race-norming' in $1B settlement
"Hi Mike Rossi reporting the NFL agrees to end to race based brain testing tied to a settlement of concussion claims in a proposed the deal filed in federal court Wednesday the NFL has agreed to end race based adjustments to dementia testing used to determine payments from the one billion dollar settlement of concussion claims the practice called race norming came to light after two former NFL players filed a civil rights lawsuit over it in twenty nineteen lawyers for the black players suspect white retirees were qualifying for awards at two or three times the rate of blacks since the payouts began in twenty seventeen seventy percent of active NFL players and more than sixty percent of living retirees are black the proposal must still be approved by a judge hi
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Former Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao on America's Supply Chain Issues
"Chao. I'm glad you were available today because there are two headlines one from the wall. Street journal biggest. Us retailers charter private cargo ships to sail around port delayed then in the new york times. It's not sustainable. What america's port crisis looks like up close. There aren't enough workers. There aren't enough ships. You've been the secretary of labor in the secretary of transportation. What do we do well. I can This is a very dr situation when colder initially hit our shores. Early twenty twenty. I was in secretary of transportation and we quickly focused on keeping the transportation supply chains open. You know in our country so that essential medical supplies groceries and other essential. Oh we're valuable and that effort actually acquired some pretty strong measures number one we Decided to eat some restrictions on truckers that they can keep good moving. we made. Sure that the national airspace kept airplanes flying because even one point planes when nearly empty a passengers commercial airline also routinely trust transport a lot of good especially medical supplies You know the minimum remember those early days of the initial lockdowns. We had hoarding of toilet papers. Any wives shortage of mass doors of putting limits on how much customers can buy of one item and more than seventy percent of domestic freight move by a truck but today's supply chain problems. Extend all the way from foreign ports where worker shortages and covert lockdowns a flow the mode of The loading of cargo ships from where they started to. Us ports primarily the west coast port. Where as you've just mentioned the other day. They were all the sixty tankers freighters container ships with tens of thousands of storage containers offshore waiting for an opportunity to unload
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America Has the Unvaccinated All Wrong
"So the After understand that there is a pathology. Here it's only explicable as pathology in the hatred of people who won't get back then you know what the hatred is about. It's not about their killing people because the they don't even make that argument right. What is the argument. They make oh seventy percent of those in in hospitalized with cova today or not vaccinate him. I don't know how true that is. Because they lie about everything they meaning the other side including doctors of the medical profession is is from fao ci on the cdc on down steeped in lies. So i i have no idea. It's true but in any in any event they're killing themselves that's that would be the worst charge you can make against the unvaccinated if you truly believe that incidentally that anybody ever make the charge you know. They're they're the the percentage of people with aids in hospitals. Who are gay or intravenous. Drug users is about ninety five percent. Anybody ever make that argument and if they did. Weren't they cold haters. But there was no memory in the country at memory. Memory is is gone. People will remember what happened today or maybe yesterday. So what is it. What is it if it's not medical. It's that there are disobedient americans. That's all it is about this obedient. America you will not listen. To a democratic gov- democratic mayor democratic president go to hell
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Virus surge hits New England despite high vaccination rates
"The delta surgeon covered nineteen cases has hit New England hard despite the region having some of the highest vaccination rates in the country Vermont leads the nation with sixty nine point four percent of its population fully vaccinated followed by Connecticut Maine Rhode Island and Massachusetts nonetheless the region is seeing a surge in covert nineteen cases that straining the healthcare system hospitalizations are approaching the pandemic peak from last winter and intensive care units and some places have reached capacity still experts say the high vaccination rate has spared New England the death rate seen elsewhere but the head of Rhode island's covered response now says the goal of seventy percent vaccination may not be enough in true population level protection will require in excess of ninety percent I'm Ben Thomas
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Why climate change is making it harder to chase fall foliage
"Climate change is making it harder for people to chase fall foliage heat waves and droughts have caused leaves to turn brown and withered before they can reach peak color the tree is sort of expressing like what the summer is done to it arborist Michael Sundberg says traditional leaf peepers in the fall have less leaves for peeping you're seeing a lot of like Browning on the edges of the leaves which you know we call the scorch that happened after severe heatwave in Oregon in northern Maine peak conditions typically arrive right about now forest Rangers report less than seventy percent color change the color itself could be dollar especially because you have a leaf that's now has damage on it instead of just an unscathed happy we've Sundberg says climate change can be bad for fall foliage but it goes beyond that those trees are also helping with preventing floods and things like that too so it's all kind of connected and in a very domino effect kind of weights on Berg says it's been a few years since there's been a really good leap year I bet Donahue
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Biden doubles US global donation of COVID-19 vaccine shots
"President Biden says the US is boosting its donation of covert nineteen vaccine doses to the world and a virtual summit the president called the pandemic a global tragedy that will not be solved through half measures we need to go big he says the U. S. he's a doubling its bio Pfizer vaccine doses to one billion for sharing with the world other well off nations should follow suit not selling donating not selling doses to low and lower income countries wealthy nations have been sharply criticized over the inequity of dose distribution even the stepped up U. S. commitment is just a fraction of what's needed to meet a goal of vaccinating seventy percent of the world's population by this time next year Sager mag ani Washington
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Biden to double US global donation of COVID-19 vaccine shots
"President Biden says the US is stepping up in the global fight against covert nineteen and he's urging other nations to do more the president says the U. S. has already shared more vaccine doses than all other nations combined dose of hope directing the American people at a virtual summit today he'll announce the U. S. is doubling the Fizer doses it's buying to share with the world two one billion doses still that's only a fraction of what's needed to meet the president's goal of vaccinating seventy percent of the world's population by the next year when meeting in a year the White House says the president will issue specific challenges to other well off nations amid wide disparities in getting the shots to lower income countries Sager mag ani Washington
UK Gov't Says Lights Will Stay on Despite Energy Price Surge
"Energy costs spiraling which means providers earned the threat of going bust and your household bills may become more expensive. But why is this the case to give you an idea of the scale of the increases faced by g phones wholesale prices for gas of searched two hundred fifty percent since january with a seventy percent rise since august alone and the situation to get worse with uk gas prices for next month surging. Sixteen percent today. A business lifelock has more but in summary so tough time to be in the energy business right now. Of course the companies come put up prices because of the government's energy price cap business secretary quasi quasi said today it would remain in place and he reassured. Mp's in the commons that he didn't expect supply emergencies to occur this winter. Adding there is absolutely no question of the lights going out it senior tories of warned about the wider impact. The cost of living crisis could erupt into the biggest political issue of the decade read. Why surging gas prices could cancel christmas and hit food supplies. Ross clark knows where he thinks. The blame for the crisis lies arguing. The chickens are coming home to roost for millie. Banditism and we have a guide to how to protect yourself from rising and prices and supplies going bust.
Guterres Condemns Yemen Executions by Houthis
"U. n. secretary general antonio guiterrez on monday urged world leaders to take action to get sustainable development back on track before it's too late to change course at a meeting in new york on the sidelines of the un general assembly. He insisted that the road to recovery after kovic was mapped out clearly highlighting several challenges. The un chief said that corona virus vaccine production needed to double to reach seventy percent of the world's population by the middle of next year. Bold investment was also needed in education welfare protection healthcare and jobs. Mister guitarist continued at the digi moment. Event as he urged an end to tax evasion money laundering and illicit financial flows the third global challenges ensuring equal rights for women and girls including in education everywhere. The un top official maintained as leaders heard his call to put an end to the warming lead against a planet. The only way to do this by committing to zero net emissions by twenty fifty said mr perish by dedicating one hundred billion dollars a year to climate action and by saying no to more coal-fired power stations after twenty twenty one
What Bitcoin Did
"seventy percent" Discussed on What Bitcoin Did
"Do more than that. So we're we're thinking and all of the all of the things around bitcoin not bitcoin is and like i said before the first question within the future so why not going for the future not going to the past by issuing this old papers is they. Don't just do something big you know would time passes. A lot of people are switching away from them to what is the. I mean you've spent time thinking about it. What are the risks of this project fi because it's internal risks but this was an external risks. Well yes of course but you know what could be the risks. I mean yeah you could get some people angry or mad at us. They haven't been so good to us. Anyway i mean. Let's let's let's see how things are here. Seventy percent of people. They don't even have a bank account so some banks may be upset. Yeah but they are not taking care of seventy percent of our people. It's not like it's not like we're doing good in the old system so why not try a new system that it looks good to me. I mean for me it looks. It looks bulletproof. I'm british sure. This is gonna work on only for us but for humanity because it is a leap forward for humanity. And if we're if we can be part of it and an important part of it a small country in the continents and if you're gonna be the forefront of economic pollution when the try there and what are we risking. I mean we're would be. Yeah there's probably some small risks. But i i really don't see them as big risk all he probably getting some people angry at us. They haven't been so nice to us anyway. So you know why. Not try something new. But it's handled by by anybody. Instead of being in the hands of somebody that could decide your few monetary future for monday to another with without consulting you or anything without carrying what's going to happen to your people. Why not this system. That it's opening free it. It sounds a lot more appealing to me. That the old the old system. What is it like to be a president being this situation. This just even sat here doing this interview me. It is very surreal is It's never something i thought i would do. Your president and president of the country. I know as a country love deeply in love the people you have to deal with the united states and international institutions. What is it like being the president and the responsibilities the pressures also what is it like dealing with these international institutions who hold a lot of power or several questions. I do love my country and my people and i want them to thrive in to succeed. I know most of them are doing what i'm telling you..
What Bitcoin Did
"seventy percent" Discussed on What Bitcoin Did
"And it's going to be a lot bigger than it is right now which is quite big. Actually but it's gonna be even bigger than one. It's now so. I think a lot of not only countries that people are switching themselves to bitcoin. And then you have all of the problems with with with the current monetary systems and The bitcoin system is so perfect. That's i think it's going to be the future and it is present already in a lot of things but it's going to be big way bigger in the future and i mean asaba there has not be Has not been the the country. That's that's recognized to be the first in innovation but not this time so being the first country adopting acres legal tender. It's it's a good thing for our country and if you're up the the practical reasons like Receiving remittances with at the speed of light and having Almost no costs like you would have with western union and those those types of systems having financial inclusion to seventy percent of the people that don't that doesn't own bank accounts having a lot of investment tourism. Come up gone from this and not becoming independent because we're not but at least becoming a little less dependent on the output of new dollars and the new inflation. That's come in with those all these those new dollars. We don't perceive any of that because when a country prince more money there's a good side and in downside the good side of the upside. Is that the government has reminded to spend the downside is the inflation. Because you're just boring in more money with no basis. But the problem with with using an international chris that he's not yours to print is that you're all the absorbing the cost i mean. Now you're you're dollars worth less. You're not getting any of the new money because they didn't really for you so for a country like ours and we're not the country the only country in the world with that With that reality. I think having babe legal tender even though nobody has done it before it was a no brainer but launch own currency. Well you know. The world is becoming smaller more interconnected of course we can do our own currency would be. We have have this. Supporting congress would be normal. In most countries have their own currency we had our own currency. So yeah not. I didn't think that would be as innovative. Or it would drive financial inclusion or it would help people that receiving the receive remittances or salvadorian the forefront of a new digital revolution or. I mean yeah might be good monetary policy..
The Chalene Show
"seventy percent" Discussed on The Chalene Show
"Dot com forward slash. Selene lean and to get twenty percents off. You want to use the code chilean twenty percent off all their products are great. You'll love him. You'll thank me later as i often do. I started my research out for this episode with a poll to my instagram followers. And i said ladies only when you think about aging worry about or think about how they view you other women or men and at the time of this recording almost seventy percent of my respondents said that they worry more about what other women think of them. Snap crazy seventy percent now. I have to imagine this is just an assumption that if you're single and you're interested in finding a mate the maybe you're thinking then about how the opposite sex views aging. That might be true but it just was pretty interesting to see that seventy percent of my audience. And that's at the time that i'm recording this over. Four people had responded. So that's a pretty good sample over seventy percent of the women who responded said when they think about worrying about aging. It's other women's opinions that they're concerned with. Isn't that fascinating because most of the podcast. Most of the social commentary the videos the articles etc. That i've read on this subject. Tend to place the blame squarely on the shoulders of the men like it is because men desire younger more attractive females because men view younger women more youthful women as more attractive but if seventy percent of women are more concerned with what other women think. Then is it really. The guy's fault is society's fault is advertising marketing and if it is advertising marketing who's buying those products that are telling us youth is better. It's us the women it's the ladies it's the girls. We are the ones who are obsessed with looking younger. We are the ones who are more often likely to comment on a woman's looks and whether she looks older whether she's aging i. I don't hear men doing that as often. Listen i'm not saying that all women do this and i'm certainly not saying that men never do it but i do think we have to start with ourselves and think about the reality that we've created and how we can shift that reality so let me say this i if you have decided that sucks and that you're going to be invisible or less attractive you will be if you've decided that as you age you're going to be able to do less and people aren't gonna find you as interesting or you won't have as much value that my friends will be your reality. So let me give you a small dose of tough love and some encouragement because you can change this. There is absolutely no reason why you need to feel depressed or anxious or to dread the aging process. That's in your mind. You have the ability and it is in fact your responsibility to change the way you view aging and it starts with the story that you're telling yourself it starts with the message that you're repeating over and over and over in your head and it doesn't matter whether you're in your twenties thirties forties fifties sixties seventies or eighties. This may be true for you. When i went to youtube to research what people are saying on the subject. I was shocked at many videos on fearing the aging process were made by women in their thirties and seeing people comment on women who are in their thirties. While i hope. I have your confidence when i'm your age like as if being in your thirties was old but i guess it's all relative because i certainly remember when i was in my late teens early. Twenty s thinking. That thirty was old. That forty you'd be done and by fifty. I mean you're just a grandma it's just crazy how none of that is true. And i i wish. I had access to the things today then that i do now like so for example when i look at. I'm not afraid. Now to be seventy or eighty in the past. I had been and the reason why is because i didn't have a vision of what it could look like. I didn't know that there are women in their seventies who were still doing strength training and looked healthy and fit in cool. And we're still wearing cool outfits and had dislike swagger about them i. I didn't know that. Today i do. So i'm encouraged because i have role models for myself. Who in their sixties and seventies and eighties the first thing. I have to tell us you need to get new role models having role models. Who are older than you and you find them to be attractive and youthful and vibrant and something to aspire to. That's going to help you embrace this process. My name's lauren ascii. I am thirty four years old in. I think when i was younger. I thought that people in their thirties were awhile older than what i feel right now but i feel like things are definitely better than i expected. I mostly because of my confidence when i was younger. I was definitely not as confident as a m in my thirties. I'm a lot less worried about what people think both about my personal decisions and how i live my life but also about how i look. When i was in my twenties. I wouldn't be caught dead wearing a crop top to work and i wear them all the time. Now and while my stomach is definitely not as flat or the skins not quite as tight as it used to be when i was younger before i had kids. I feel like. I'm so much more appreciative of my body. And what it's been through. And what is capable of how strong it is as i've gotten older and to kind of go hand in hand without i feel like i'm so much less puffy like my face is so much less puffy than it was when i was younger. I think it's because i really value my health. And as i've gotten older i've learned a lot more about how to take care of myself better. I also think that. I have a lot of good role models. And they've seen them get older and they seem to get better with age in happier and more confident with so that gives me hope that things will continue to get better as i get older to throughout today's episode. I'm going to share with you voicemail. Messages from women in their thirties forties fifties sixties and seventies. These are my girlfriends. I've asked them to share with me. Something that they absolutely love even more today than they did when they were younger something that may be if they were to go back and tell their younger self. Hey you're going to like this even more when you get older that they're younger stuff be shocked. And so you you get to hear some of these messages and and i want that to encourage you. But here's something else. I want you to think about so much of our beliefs around aging and the story. That you're telling yourself is because of what we're seeing in marketing right if you look at most advertisements. Most ads are young. Women women in their mid twenties even their late teens. Now think about yourself in your late teens and early twenties. I don't think that there's a woman listening who's beyond twenty-five who doesn't feel as though she is far more secure and sexier and more an happier today than she was in her twenties. I was pretty confident. In my late teens and twenties. I would say but it doesn't even hold a candle to how i feel today and right now if i ask you to think about the women who you would most want to be. I doubt you're going to pick somebody. Sorry that's in their twenties and the reason why it has nothing to do with appearance but it kind of has everything to do with appearance because the thing that we notice it makes others attractive is confidence. Think about your significant other right now. Imagine that you're single. If you were single or if you are single. I guarantee the you would not find an individual attractive. No matter how flawless their skin was thick or thin their waste is you would not find them attractive or big their muscles are if is a guy you and find them attractive. If they were insecure we don't find insecurities attractive but insecurity and confidence are difficult things to portray accurately and social media and marketing. But we know it when we see it. We know it when we're around it and it's attractive. We want more of it we want. It makes us feel safe. It makes us feel more secure. It makes us feel comfortable. Beauty doesn't make us feel comfortable. Beauty doesn't make us feel secure in fact it's the opposite. So why are we so obsessed with having the thing. That really doesn't matter that much now..
Bravo TV's Daily Dish
"seventy percent" Discussed on Bravo TV's Daily Dish
"It's so funny and it goes so it's the end. I'm like this is not funny at all and like makes me more because that's not the right. It's funny it's funny for him but it's just not funny for me and i'm like we got big since nine now currently lau. I know i hate that when somebody shows you something. And they're like this is so funny and they play for you and you're like oh my god i have to laugh because they think it's funny but i don't think it's i'd like we. We have very different. Senses of humor like he finds content. That's like over the top in your face funding. He finds those to be hilarious. Whereas i'm very like the dry humor. Ok allies things. That aren't meant to be funny but he likes up like oh this woman just like tripped on something. I fell down. He think that's hilarious or this man farted in the store and he thinks larry. I don't like that's right right. Maybe highbrow humor. He's a little more lowbrow. Exactly okay well on the flip side. What's one thing that you do. That drives him crazy again. I it's funny. If i take one because i probably have things i drive crazy. He definitely is way more. He's neater than i am like he needs everything. Put in place in a certain place. Everything needs to be organized. And i've just kind of like i'm not as bothered. You know i'm not a messy person but i'm also not bothered like if the bed is made until two o'clock in the afternoon whereas he needs a bed may first thing in the morning or like the way i do the dishes like i swear. He takes a magnifying glass and inspects the dishes after. I do that. Because i'm like i did the dishes. They look fine and you'll find dirt on them. He hates that he thinks i'm lazy. Anything's i only do tasks like halfway or like seventy percent of the way i don't do..
Here & Now
"seventy percent" Discussed on Here & Now
"Like the policies they like the policies now better if russia likes the us better now. It's because we have a less american pro american policy towards russia. Now i do think. I'm anti strongman and republican parties. Clear about that. I reject that entirely but we do have to put american interests. I and i don't see by doing it as it relates to russia's religious nord stream two tomorrow well one one aspect of putting american policy. I is to build allies right. Because i think would President biden understands. Is that america stronger when our transatlantic alliances in place when we have alliances around the world are going to take on some of these strong men when they come i think. The trump Approach of going alone. America first is the way that Singles america out right. So america ends up being the only person taking stances and then upsetting These coalitions have been around for decades. And we're built for a reason. It is a tough thing. I've been in the government. I've been in these negotiations when this is happening it is a tough thing for americans say. We are not just going to do this alone. We are going to do this with friends. And we'll sacrifice ten percent of our goals to get seventy percent of our allies on board. That is a good deal. And i think that the joe biden on the way to that and i think this this agreement today or this agreement. But there's meeting today with putin we will see biden has reasserted himself as a pro kind of person who won't be important pocket. Do you have to say you know. I said what can republicans do given how much Donald trump embraced putin. Despite you know the the tons of evidence that he was trying to undermine undermine our democracy and see what they might do. Here's representative jim jordan. He's tweeted out our adversaries. Feared president trump. They laugh at president biden and every american should be concerned so that seems to be the message that at least someone's trying to hammer out but let's move onto what biden is facing top of the list infrastructure. White house officials. Say they're going to wait another week or so for senators to come up with that. Bipartisan deal smaller. Maybe but something. You know that's bipartisan yesterday. Senate majority leader. Chuck schumer said starting. Today he's laying the groundwork to pass biden's more ambitious plan without the republicans on board no votes using the budget maneuver even though he acknowledged not all democrats are on board with that. Let's listen there are members with very justified use. Whatever you can do bipartisan. We should try.
"seventy percent" Discussed on No Jumper
"Do dick slick was telling me you're supposed to wash your hands both saying you should wash hands before you piss and no. Pin number one on one of my biggest is being cut in the corner. When i'm on the bloggers from the and then a spider biting did dad happened one of my biggest fears. What the fuck you do. Hey hey are we all one hundred percent success rate on pissing outside our entire life you ever get picked up or public urination. No no that's pretty amazing. We skated on a very serious charge next to any type of school. You're going to tell you back on ed or all those years pisses. I took probably like right next to a school right and i saw a playground. Those risks and i made it through banned from chucky cheese doing shit like cedric green. With a preteen. And how you want to bring up your mommy. Put a polo. He put a poll up about washing your hands before use a bathroom and everybody said seventy percent of people say yeah. Wash my hands before heading about lots of money. So that's my hands are dirty my dick. My dick is dirty. I'm gonna wash my hands. Get them clean then. Touch my dick. That is presumably dirty. Santa wash again. Why don't i just touch my dick with dirty hands and then wash my hands afterwards. First off i'll just whip out on. Might not even touch do that. A lot too. And that's why. I like sitting down to peak is i don't even have to touch a and i'm just whipping up. He said you sitting at all time way while you think. Yeah you sleep in the middle. I'm not gonna get leaving the middle gonna marry another good eddie..
Food Safety Matters
"seventy percent" Discussed on Food Safety Matters
"Digitalization of safety and quality is going to be the key. So do you think the the new era of smarter safety blueprint that. Fda out is going to drive that change in digitalization. Actually the us fda is moving to digitalization and technology based approach because they believe that enhanced traceability and transparency will be the key in preventing outbreaks illnesses and to bend the curve. So fda has rolled out full foundational pillars and believes that the full foundational pillars would cover range of technologies analytics business models modernization and values. That are it's building blocks that a synergy between the spillers further. Franken us the deputy commissioner for food policy and response states that the change see in the next ten years will be greater than the last thirty years so this is definitely a shift in paradigm companies are in various stages of digitalization. The food industry is a bit slow in digitalization aspect but the food safety and quality teams at small and large companies have started realizing that data is in silos and that they need to do something about it so the urge within the industry for digitalization and regulators driving this digitalization efforts will definitely drive the change. Certainly companies have been gathering data for a long time. And i think for me. The next step is what do you do with all that data. And how do you interpret it and the analysis. So that's going to be a big change going forward also so from your perspective. What does this digital. Transformation look like when it's implied to food safety and quality so the digital transformation companies and regulatory agencies can make foster decisions when adverse evens. Aca just as you said that further the data is going is all centralized it's unified and this helps food. Safety and quality teams make foster decisions in not only the daily activities such as starting or restarting production after cleaning for example the digital data's not digitalize essentially they're in silos in paper in excel formats making it cumbersome to trace especially when adverse events echo so no actually conducted a study with a third party agency who interviewed thirty global food safety and quality manages. And what we learned is that more than seventy percent of the data is used to make that as used to make decisions still exists in silos.
Green Wisdom Health Podcast by Dr. Stephen and Janet Lewis
"seventy percent" Discussed on Green Wisdom Health Podcast by Dr. Stephen and Janet Lewis
"Because i know it's really bad for you and she's younger and better looking. You can tell the difference when you do it or don't when you go for a period of time without gluten and then and then add a meal that has gluten You're all feel like you're very full which people mistake that full feeling for. I've had a really big meal. And jeez i'm super superb content now. Because i'm so full. That's because your body's not digest. The fullness is actually probably gluten problem because we noticed. I noticed that after. I've done that it's like it's it's like i've had the biggest meal ever and what it is is that i'm in i'm swollen and i'm i'm like you said it's just kind of blows up inside of you and it's like you can't process it but you mistake that for being full. Yeah and i don't even know if katharina listened star podcast but she said a lot of these things. She's very very intelligent. And we got to talking about the epithelial lining. And you know. I said well your immune system slash digestion is around sixty to eighty percent depending on what researcher rates. And let's just say seventy percent of your immune system is in the epithelium itself so it won't properly function and this is this is because inflammation caused by this can create usually does create leaky gut If you have abdominal fat it's inflammatory and that means extra insulin. While we check.
"seventy percent" Discussed on POLITICO Dispatch
"Dan goldberg fix so much for talking with me thank you. It's always a pleasure also today. A group of senate democrats led by cory. Booker is calling on google to carry out a racial equity audit to investigate how the tech giant's products may contribute to discrimination. A letter sent this week to executives at google parent company alphabet the lawmakers expressed alarm about the recent ouster of two women who lead the company's ethical artificial intelligence team and over reports that google's tools may perpetuate racial biases by relying on data that underrepresented minorities google spokespeople did not immediately respond to requests for comment and the white house is ramping up efforts to ensure that adults get vaccinated and announcing extended pharmacy hours for shots free childcare for recipients expanded community outreach efforts and even free beer the push is part of a broader effort by the administration to encourage and make it easier for unvaccinated americans to get kovic shots and meet a goal of giving at least one shot to seventy percent of. Us adults by july for just under sixty. Three percent of american dolts have currently got at least one dose more than twelve states have already surpassed the seventy percent mark. The vaccinations are lagging and some southern states like mississippi missouri arkansas. Today's episode included music composed by brake master cylinder. If you'd like what you're hearing be sure to subscribe to politico dispatch. And if you can tell a friend to check out. The show. Jeremy siegel thanks for listening..
The Glenn Beck Program
"seventy percent" Discussed on The Glenn Beck Program
"Program lives in florida. He writes in about his experience with relief factories. As i have a lot of pain but after only four days of using relief factor. I'm already experiencing less pain and stiffness. I can't wait to see what a couple more weeks means. Relief factor is a blessing. Sent by god said reggie. I couldn't agree with you more. Reggie a. m. I'm definitely not aging at all. I don't feel any aches and pains from getting old sock. Told me how much it sucks except for the old old old old people like moorish shucks. You're like yeah. I know you. You know you're pooping your pants. It must suck no. It sucks a lot earlier than that. I want my money back anyway. Relief factor. It's not a drug but it was developed by doctors and seventy percent of the people who try relieffactor. Go onto by more because it works. Try the three week quickstart trial. Pack for only nineteen ninety-five it's relieffactor dot com or call. Eight hundred five hundred eighty three eighty four eight hundred five hundred eighty three eighty four getting over two dozen after suck. I mean it still sucks..
Good Life Project
"seventy percent" Discussed on Good Life Project
"Your hand and those little veins would pop out. And i thought oh my. Gosh it's organized. It's organized instructor. And that means i can learn it and prior to that i just felt like you know i was a mishmash. A big old soup. Everything's flopping around in there. We have no idea right. You can't say it. And i just became absolutely drawn to and fascinated and then put on top of that. My brothers delusional system and it was like well. This brain is this phenomenal thing and it was profound to me that it was probably the way the brain cells were wired. That was the difference between me and my brother. When he's the closest thing to me that exists in the universe so so what isn't in had to go to the cells and how they're wired. I mean that makes a lot of sense the way that you sort of follow this progression of of just deep interest and then clearly there was there was a focus. There was a way to apply this immediately in the context of your own. Life is interesting. You use the word normal earlier in the conversation and a note. I've been curious around the languaging around Not just Schizophrenia but also various conditions of the mind and have seen an evolution over from normal abnormal to typical atypical to and i'm curious about the evolution of language around the states of mind especially things that we consider diseases or syndromes or Or illnesses I'm curious where you are with surly the conversation in your head and whether you've explored or thought about that in any meaningful way i certainly think about the evolution of the mammal. Because as i think about you know what a reptile. What's reptile do. What's the which is essentially our brain stab and just the beauty of life. I mean i'm a cellular neuro anatomist. I love cells. I think cells are the most magnificent amazing phenomenal unimaginable. In unbelievable thing that exists and so i'm just fanatic about just the micro but less the multicellular organism. And how does it change from one species to another species. And then you know. What's this crowning glory of the human. Which is this higher cerebral cortex in addition to the limbaugh the limbic system emotional system underneath. Which is on top of that that reptilian brain stem so so i spent a lot of time thinking about that and i spend a lot of time thinking about. How does our brain create our perception of reality. So such that. What i experience would be defined as normal compared to my brother's thinking that is skewed to a unique perception that is not shared by some seventy percent of people but you know in our medical level in order for anything to be declared as normal only seventy percent of us have to fit inside of that particular bell curve. Seventy percent is not that much over fifty. So you know as a gross anatomist someone who who cuts a cadavers and teaches cadaver lab We find everything. Skewed away from normal. How many how. Many vessels are coming off of the hard. How many i mean it's just everything goes in there so so it is it's in thinking about what is normal. Only seventy percent of us have to have. Yeah that's so interesting..
Women's Health By Heather Hirsch
"seventy percent" Discussed on Women's Health By Heather Hirsch
"You to sleep get your life feel amazing and then the downstream effects flip upside down from what I said in the first ten minutes of this episode. You've sleep you feel great you feel motivated. You want to a club Size you want to make that decision to eat healthier you want to you can see how a lot of people then have these Downstream major positive effects of starting with hormone therapy. And I don't think that means it fails. I think that means they're smart. I think there is nothing more natural than replacing a hormone that you lost compare this to hyper or hypo thyroidism. You may have that condition from a know a friend or family member who does if you lose your thyroid, we don't say well you're really going to fail if you don't stick this out, right? No, we replace the the thyroid hormone that you're missing because it has so many effects on your body and estrogen ladies and gentlemen is no friggin different now, is it natural that we go ahead and pause sure, but it's only natural to me because we have outlived our ovaries a really think that we were created to have estrogen around the majority of Our Lives just like thyroid so we don't say birth. Stick it out that your TSH is a hundred. Sorry. Not not a whole lot we can do it's really dangerous for you take thyroid. Listen, thyroid hormone has side effects too. It's not just replace estrogen. We have overestimated and really put the the fear in women about taking hormone therapy and I'm multiple podcasts. I'm not so I don't want to divulge too much in on that. But again, I think you are winning if you feel great and for a lot of women, especially that I see because right when you're at your wits end and you're really symptomatic you down to see the menopause expert and so the majority of time I would say sixty seventy percent of the time we are doing hormone therapy. And I think that should be step number one just flat-out right?.
"seventy percent" Discussed on SoulKation Podcast
"Lilia two year and just dove right in a dove right into passive income dove right into wealth in understanding the difference between wales wealthy. In being rich those are two different. Things alert about savings. Income savings is one thing but it's without cash flow. Is something different. Lucky enough. a lot of stuff in at the time just kept coming up real estate Power everywhere open. Yelling just tastes seventy percent of all millionaires. Their money through real estate passive income. I can do this bill this business while also having a w. income it must be renamed by.
Psychologists Off The Clock
"seventy percent" Discussed on Psychologists Off The Clock
"This in. The service of and psychological flexibility feels like a really important one. And i think that's what we're lacking. I think right now people are just on autopilot. And they're either avoiding opportunity because they have imposter syndrome or they're going for it but they're like really overcompensating and running themselves ragged to try to prove that they're good enough and i think there's something in the middle that's like a healthier way to manage when these thoughts show up. Yes sort of stepping on that lake just bulldozing through trying to accomplish everything but instead showing up on working hard in doing the thing you care about even when that's the case yeah but for like values driven reasons rather than i'm trying so hard not to feel like an impostor that i'm just going to keep achieving to try to make it go away and what we know is like that doesn't work. That's a big difference. Yes values driven versus. Like i hate feeling this way. Serve got gotta bend over backwards to feel adequacy. Yeah can you speak a little bit about the prevalence in who's prone to a posture sangram. Because i understand. It's more common than people may think so up until today actually the statistic. I kept coming across but again. There's not a ton of research. But the statistic i kept coming across with seventy percent of people will experience at some point in their lives but when i was looking at the sema to fix research she actually said to in five. So that's only forty percent so it somewhere in between those numbers probably okay still substantial right but it's substantial it's substantial and then in terms of who's prone to it. It's this. I think the anyone who's been part of a marginalized group people who are high-achieving but this is a little bit of chicken and egg as we were just talking about like. Am i high achieving cause. I'm trying to outrun imposter syndrome. Or like what's going on with this correlation right because it's not cause and effect but i think if we look at other factors we just talked about cultural factors that can dictate this but when you also look at someone's learning history right so if you grew up with highly critical parents who you might develop like kids have to make meaning of their environment and if your parents are highly critical then that's going to turn into some version of. I'm not good enough story. And so that feeling of like at any time now people are going to find out on a fraud can kind of goes hand in hand with that but interestingly the opposite can also be true so like if you think about instead of highly critical parents if you have parents who you know think that you are the greatest thing since sliced bread. And they're cheering. Every time you go down the slide at the playground and you know you you've kid finger paints the toilet and you're like i'm not even mad. You're like picasso those like overly doting everything you do is amazing and everyone gets a participation trophy even if you didn't deserve it that people as you grow up even if you were little there's like a part of you that new you didn't really deserve those accolades and so now like you might get the promotion or win the award and there's that voice that says like did i really deserve it like.
Science Fiction Remnant
"seventy percent" Discussed on Science Fiction Remnant
"Know if you knew i mean. I like so many documentaries. Like i think that Seventy percent of bio diversity. it's in the amazon icon. Speak to the number. But i know it is a very very very high number. Yeah yeah it's it's tragic. What's happening now. Something that i really got me interesting and you made a point where you said that kind of story brings people together at the same time this setup where it is which is possible collected world s funny because it reveals also our nature as animals when we become more instinctive which is pure survival. And then we're not so much of our community near a social animal where more of living at risk and kill anybody though my pose a risk too so you see the characters you see the bad guys you see. The guy is trying to survive actually has a good nature And he was very interesting because he can have a lot of psychology into into when he kicked saying to our survival in a war-like that yeah that that's a lot of that about you know that's that's a conduct concern of the movie. You know it is about people that have splintered off into different groups. People that you know living remotely disconnected from each other and i think one of the big things from me about making the movie and one of the big message for the movie is. We've got to work together. We have come together. We're going to be stronger for out differences. We're gonna be stronger for diversity and then we can move forward together and we caught just.
Wealth Management Today
"seventy percent" Discussed on Wealth Management Today
"A larger business that you can. You can build your infrastructure faster cheaper and managed this and take advantage of scale so it's usually a are important. I had babu on the program last year. I think is this. Product is spot on in terms of what we space now. I totally agree. I am a advisor to them as well and they are. I think doing something that is necessary for. Not just broker dealers but like you said also are as i mean. The end clients are demanding. You know this hyper personalization. At a much faster way than we ever have been able to deliver it before so the fact that there are tools that are coming out that allow us to do that and to be able to respond to end clients in a way that they expect to be Responded to and to have you know different processes go through a really lightning speed allows us to be. I think much more nimble as an industry which is why. I love working with that firm when i see any industry especially in central services. There's a there's a pendulum swing. There's always a cycle of growth and then disruption and. We saw this in a while back before the financial crisis or multiple crises ago. Where a lot of the firms that were household names got or quired. And now we're seeing it again. The top twenty five broker dealers now controls over seventy percent of advisors more at the top broker dealer. So you're seeing a the scale growing and the consolidation really growing but that while you think well that's becomes very powerful that also creates opportunities for disruption that they're get so big that they can't move fast enough to to handle new things whether it's new technologies or new business models or new assets cryptocurrencies and things. So where do you see. This happens at this age old story of the wire houses to been mired in legacy technology and not been able to move quite as fast as the independent these and now we see it like you said about the independent get bigger and bigger kind of slows the the ability to pivot and take on new things. But i will say i you know when you.
SchoolOwnerTalk.com with Allie Alberigo and Duane Brumitt
"seventy percent" Discussed on SchoolOwnerTalk.com with Allie Alberigo and Duane Brumitt
"Yeah we'll check before before. I do that the reason these are important in. And we're gonna not only talk about health with regards to these but how they affect your performance like you said with regards to running your school at people. 'cause it's all it's it's all Synergetic senate how do you say that. Senator just it's all online and So when when the number one. You're not gonna outgrow you. And what i mean by that. Is that gonna outgrow you physically. It's not gonna grow you mentally. It's not gonna outgrow you spiritually. It's not gonna grow you at all And so you have to grow. You have to change and a lot of like you said we've we've gotten sedentary We get out of shape I call it the credibility gap right. The credibility is in. Today's you guys can't see me on screen about the four six eight twelve inches. You know from your your gut used to be where it is now or sometimes. That's where you got as always been Look literally new. If you've had struggled in the past using wait there are some medical conditions that do make it very difficult to do that. But right Most of my clients you know. They start their journey With with regards to you know wanting to lose weight and the problem is seventy percent of them actually struggled to reach And maintain the seventy percent of americans struggle to not my clients but seventy percent of americans struggle to do that so apart from apart from stopping smoking and then you have a drinking problem. This is most most important area to address because it it totally affects your wellbeing. Meaning that you're going to feel so much better You know. I talked with you. I don't know if this is on air off air but you know for every pound of That you lose you lose. They're still pounds of pressure. That's released off of your body so just by losing at a at a client that and they're They're checking call for the first and they lost Just a little bit over twenty five pounds..