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"shakiness" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
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"shakiness" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"Us feel better. That's really cool. You so you've mentioned the chemistry and the digestion? Um, water, some of the things that we can like, Why do we call it chemical health? Why not Nutritional health? Because it's a chemical aspect that happens in the body. So if you think about it all the chemistry of an apple all the chemistry of your food. That's why we call it chemical because it really involves all of those working together for our overall health. And you think about the bad the trash the garbage that we get in our diet. Today. It causes a chemical impact in our body. But if we feed the body, good things like nutrition, the chemical aspect of Annapolis so much different than a Process cheeseburger, whatever we enjoy. So, um, it's funny because when I talked with health coaches, you're talking about all sorts of things that I can That I can do just to improve my health. Do you talk about the product, the balance of nature, fruits and veggies in the fiber and spice. How does that fit into the try it We look at the biggest biggest thing is are impacting of our diets right now, because our our health is so impacted with our rush rush that we live in today. It seems like we're rushing off the job's rushing to take the kids to school. We're rushing to do this rushing to the there and we can't get the nutrition that we need, And it's a fast way to ensure that we're getting that nutrition popping. These little pills really is helpful to me because I know that I've done something impact my help. Mm. Can you tell me more? About what? Specifically about the balance of nature, fruits and veggies capsules and the fiber and spice? What about that really affect the chemistry of our bodies so, so much okay, because they're working on a cellular level. I mean, if you're getting the nutrients into our bloodstream every day, you can imagine that your immune system could only be stronger. If we're eating right and especially for getting that many servings of fruits and veggies a day we are impacting our overall well being, and the fiber is really helpful because with the spices it helps reduce inflammation, which So many of the lifestyle diseases today are started by inflammation in the body. You think about how many things are impacted. If we have the inflammation down in our body. How much better would be Phil? Could you give some examples of that? What are some of the lifestyle diseases that are affected by inflammation? Got help. Do you think about it? There's colon cancer, You know anything to do with the bow. Is direct information. We have a lot of information with arthritis, arthritis pain that shakiness the soreness is another. You know the muscles inflame the tissues inflamed. Um, you think about it? Just a simple is gums bleeding in the mouth. That's an inflammation. Interesting. I didn't know that When I hear information, I think about arthritis. Qusai. No, that's that's really is just inflammation and pain in the joints. But, yeah, I never thought about gut health or gum health or whatever that's that's enlightening to me. That's cool. I'm just a normal dad, right? I don't know a lot about nutrition. I'm busy. How could someone like me or someone like our listeners where Whatever situation. They're in benefit from talking with the health Coach of balance of nature. Our friends are directly impacted because the knowledge is power. If you know how to take your nutrition and what it does for you, it gives you the power to know what to do for your overall help..
"shakiness" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
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"shakiness" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
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"shakiness" Discussed on MouseChat.net Disney, Universal, Orlando FL News
"Bucks I mean they've come way way way down other super affordable. you get that Nice? Even thing. The other thing I invest in is a Mike because of the second thing that I hate. More than after. The shakiness is like really bad audio, and you can get a little Mike for almost nothing as well On that connects to your phone, and a lot of them will mount on a gamble with a little clipper, something and and then you can actually have really good audio. as well. Yeah and and that's the thing to remember is if you're if you're shooting video, it's a completely separate thing. Able in day will do. An episode that that's entirely dedicated to video Steve's more experienced with shooting video than I am i. Tend to stray away from video just because you need to do a lot of editing and stuff on the background, if you actually want to make it like a consumable, if something that you really WanNa, have fun and share and. Show off to friends and family. But whatever you about photography tips in general, like I've tossed a few words out think of texture. Think of what you're shooting. Concrete fabric plastic glass. Think of the texture that you're shooting. And how do you present it in its best light? If. You're taking a photo of like wood, carving or something like that. Make sure that you're catching the angle and the play of light and shadow on it so that will, you can think of depth, and that's one of the biggest tips that I would provide to anyone who who's just starting to Kinda become photo aware. Is Always be mindful of your angle. that. You're shooting from whether you're shooting from the left side of it whether you're shooting from the right side of it. and. Always think about. In your image if you could I if you've ever seen. Like, the different dot at the ways that you can open android phones by sliding your finger across the screen with different combinations and stuff to lock or unlock your phone. Think of shooting your photo in that direction, think of the different points in the photo imagine drawing, imagine an aerial imaginary lines from one point to the next to the next to the next. Say for instance. You're shooting like a path. But you really want to kind of capture the foliage and stuff around it. Take a look and step off to the side to the left to the right whichever direction and see what you can capture because you always wanNA. Make sure if you're shooting something that that is distant away. You want to make sure that you have something in the foreground you WanNa have a focal point and you wanNA. Make sure that you're mindful your background so that that's one of the biggest thing to always be mindful of is the angle. And, then of course composition, you control what is in your photo? What is an out of your phone? Don't forget that Take the moment. I don't just walk by something and shoot it. Take their take a moment. Stand there. Look at it! Stare at it. Look it up, look down. Take a good picture of it The other thing too is whenever you're shooting food. Make sure that you're holding it with your elbow extended because the closer it is up to you the less light you're going to have on it and the less play the you're going to get with the depth. And then, of course, the next thing to think about is what is in focus on Steve talked a lot about this. What is in focus and what is out of focus and that's one of the other things about How far advanced? Our phones are is you can touch on what you would like to focus on not only like I'd mentioned earlier with shooting Big Objects in the background like a spaceship Earth or Cinderella Castle or the Chinese theater or A. Tree of life and animal kingdom. Do you want the background in focused? Do you want a hint at what's behind the subject or do you really want it like fully in focus I, want the whole frame everything in the photo in focus or do I want to focus on the person's face, but with the tree of life in the background. To where you can really tell what's there? But it creates a depth. To the photo that that you know that there's something way behind so I bought A. Thirty five millimeter LENS FOR MY A. s O are just just a learn to play a lot more with that depth of field because it really does create a lot more striking photos when you can soften the background and really create a.
"shakiness" Discussed on EFT/Tapping Q & A Podcast w/ Gene Monterastelli - Emotional Freedom Techniques
"And you can sign up for that right away. Today's podcast is a little bit different. This is actually audio from a live stream that I did a couple of weeks ago. I was approached by my friends. Jennifer Carey Dana. Would they have been doing a video series three times a week called conscious and connected during covid and basically what they've been doing as they have been pooling the people in their professional community and their friends and the people they really adore and just having a really short conversations with them where they asked them for questions about who they are and how they're staying connected and every single guest gets the opportunity to share tool with the audience that the audience can use. And so like. I said I was lucky. Enough to be a part of one of those conversations and Jennifer and Dana. Were gracious enough to allow me to share the audio with you here and so it will give you a little opportunity to hear where I come from. I don't talk about that. A huge amount and some of the work that I do but it will also give you the opportunity to hear how I am trying to manage day to day in the middle of all this chaos and the reason why I say trying to manage is this is a podcast about limiting sabotage taking action more clearly and effectively and a lot of my coaching clients. We spent a huge human time doing work on on productivity and time management and. It's really easy for me to speak of those things with clarity. Because I've thought about them a lot but just because I can speak with something with clarity and I can say something in a way. That seems very simple. Does Not mean that it is easy is a huge difference between things that are simple to understand and easy to execute and time and resource management is not something that is necessarily easy to execute and in the world that we're dealing with right now that is particularly particularly true. And so you're GonNa hear me talk about the struggle. I'm having and the tools that I'm using to combat that if you'd like to listen to the rest of the series because they're doing three of them a week and I think I was in a week four week. Five conversations are really really wonderful if you go into the show notes or if you had a tapping cuny dot com slash four five nine which is episode number tapping QNA DOT com. Four five nine. You will see a link to the entire interview series. You can go back and listen to some of them one final note before we jump in. This is something that we recorded on a platform called stream yard at which streaming platform. And because of that the quality of the sound is dependent upon the Internet connection of the people participating. At the beginning. You'll hear little shakiness in the Internet connection from I believe it's Jennifer side but once we get into the interview that cleans it self up and becomes a really easy thing to consume and it's a really great conversation. I was super lucky to have it. So here is my conversation with Jennifer and Dana..
"shakiness" Discussed on Real Life Pharmacology - Pharmacology Education for Health Care Professionals
"Us. You can factor it into your daily routine verses a medication that you know. Maybe do two or three times a day that gets a little bit trickier sometimes for some patients to follow that regimen so more doses throughout the day The more and more likely that you're going to see patients skip doses missed doses forget doses or whatever. The case may be there so this Triple therapy combination. is a dry powder inhaler Couple of housekeeping things Throw away The medication once. It's been removed from the foil Pouch Within six weeks K. So important to educate patients those but if we're using it once a day as we should be or as the the patient is likely. instructed to do We should be out of that medication. Well before Six weeks is up there Also educate your patients keep tabs on The counter on the device I have definitely seen patients not pay attention to that and they just start using it using it using using it and they don't think about replacing it and then all of a sudden Oh yeah my counters at Zero Okay. Well how many doses Have you not gotten? How many days did this go on And we can look back at refill records and things like that to track that down but just very very important education point Simple and easy But something a patient might not think about an might forget about okay so let's talk about adverse effects a little bit Thinking about the mechanism so the Tick Zone. That's going to act on inflammation. Mcclintock is going to act as an anti cholinergic can open up that airway Maybe help dry the airway out dry up. Secretions things of that nature and then volunteer. Along bit agonise they're gonNA act as agonists on those Beta receptors open up that airway and allow for easier or breathing and Important education point four patients as well. I think it's common sense to anybody. That's worked in healthcare but for patients. It's not where you've got to recognize that this is not meant for acute relief and Because of the cost of trilogy Lipka it can potentially have the risk of being rationed by patients. Because they know it's expensive and you know maybe they don't feel like they can afford to Purchase it every month through three months or a rematch They're getting in their insurance plan. Or if they're paying cash or whatever the case may be so very very important to Assess some of those issues with that now as I was getting to adverse effects so inhaled corticosteroid the first thing I think of as flush Excuse me thrush and we need to kind of flush out or Rinse out the mouth after using this medication so we potentially Help reduce the risk of that infection going on Mcclendon NEOM That's long antic corner. Gic BY FAR IN CLINICAL PRACTICE. The most common thing icy with patients is going to be dry mouth of lantern. Long Acting Bit Aga's Kenzi. Some tack Accardi A- Kenzi some tremor You know that tack Accardi. That's more on the the Beta one agonised activity side Probably Pretty Unlikely in most situations But do keep it in mind in the odd chance yet. You see a bump in heart rate or or you know a little bit more shakiness or something like that most often I would say it's when patients are using frequent short acting Bid agonists like. Oh beautiful on top of long acting. Beta agonise where I've seen more potential for adverse effects. There are some rare things that you may see in the package insert On a clinical scale a they they don't rate terribly high on my clinical radar But something that you may need to think about so whenever you give a steroid. There is risk for H. P. Suppression Again the systemic absorption. You're you're getting is is fairly minimal. And the the risk of that is Ultimately pretty low with any inhaled corticosteroid in in general there also other adverse effects from Inhaled stare reduced bone mineral density. You know some of these Systemic side effects likely aren't going to be Terribly worrisome in a patient that's taking And inhaled corticosteroid. It's something that's on my radar but You Know I. I don't necessarily think too much about it because patients with severe co copd on these this combination of medications. They they're breathing is probably way more important than Some of the minor risks associated with the adverse effect profile given how little is going to be absorbed systemically so let's take a quick break from our sponsor and we will wrap up with drug interactions. If you're in the market for Pharmacy Board Certification Study Materials like be CPS ACP MT m certification ambulatory. Care geriatrics definitely go check out method. One one dot com slash store In addition had questions on nap plex content..
"shakiness" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO
"And this is my brief but spectacular take on my mother self was for switch in the coming make yourself do deals with this meeting the late seventies a professor and her husband as the vacation outside of New York and the shakiness of their relationship becomes revealed my jaw dropped when I finish this film I've watched it a few times since and it blows me away every single time not only for the beautiful nous of the scenery and the set but just the genius with which Kathleen unfolds the story it feels exactly like a summer in New York in the new York's country say suppose not quite the city that wraps up my list thank you guys for listening and I hope you are staying safe washing your hands and keeping a six foot distance from everyone at all times soon we will be back on the streets in the films in the festival's will resume but until then stay inside and stay safe hopefully my list is some kind of helpful guide and if you don't like those films I don't know what to tell you how great I'm sure you'll enjoy it at the very least so I'm a cat and I just moved in with this new human and she's got this little toy she's always playing with all day long tap tap tap tap bloop bloop she can't put it down here it is and get this she even talks to it last week she asked for Chinese and guess what April showed up like magic he wants of cool toys a person is the best thing.
"shakiness" Discussed on Disconnected
"And absolutely insane on so now is the fact that two of the Games that watched it. We're fighting games. Oh Jackie Bradley League. Some of the worst fighting games needed the this is why big mergers by like monitors no input land to learn at. Yes isn't fighting is because of that. It's just the way to go because those are objectively to be good at it. You gotta be on the second on the money. Money and the fact that Samurai showdown M. K.. Eleven washed on Stadia and. Let's put it this way. There's a recent wants to talk about how bad they run. The input lag is atrocious. Roche's even streetfighter five on console the rollback problems where you would just. How do you jump in the air and all of a sudden be on the ground because depending on how bad your lag was and your connection with someone else like? It's just crazy. The fact that they launched all these online games I play Games wit stayed. Yeah as if that's even a thing. Oh and not to mention on top of being like all with all these network dishes the fact that we knew that probably the only countries in the world of the Internet that could run in Japan and Korea. RIA probably who have gone Internet but other than that. It just has these many problems but the problems they of course also came out half baked always multiplayer share features the fact that you're supposed to be able to watch twitch dreamer and then if you like the parts of the plane that stranded right where the game apparently starts at ten hours in right and then you're like okay. Wow at our ten actually looks like my jam ups deliveryman simulator in the beginning. But I actually like ten plus I kind of want to check it out from there. Then maybe I'll start my own. Yeah you're supposed to be able to like get like safe. File builds often like the thing being and be like okay start from where where he streaming there. I want to start there and you were supposed to be able to do that. And whatever I think it was gonna be like Jeevan Locker. Whatever but guess what achievements? Ms Didn't even launch at the stadium. So there's that as well I remember when we went through the list of like thirty stadia. Promise that weren't going to be at launch. It was insane like so so much missing like it was crazy. It's a novel idea. I understand X.. Cloud and everything you. It's a novel idea. I think we're there. I'm not gonNA defend right right right. They don't make all these promises and then like released that bullshit like the bought it because right right Oh yeah oh yeah yeah that was one of the great. Things is on launch day so many people got an email. That said you're there's an issue with your with your stadium a order. Please Click here to resolve canceling people's orders. They're probably happy it was. It was a mess of a launch. It was the lodge I really think a year to a year and a half tops before they announce the status because Google has one of the biggest graveyard hard list of all time. I understand they also have master. Lana Tech State Yeah. I don't think you want things are going to master. It's time the world is the idea of being able to go from your phone your laptop to your console. It's not it's a future in bladerunner that would have been a cool idea but we're not in a world you know we don't at live with that kind of crazy thing ed cuddling under so good. I just wanted to talk about later but yeah the blade runner all those woes about the stadium like tears in the rain again. I know this but I wanNA talk. Talk about when stadium when Google so proud of when they said they were releasing the gender-neutral control which white black and green uh-huh which already exist on every platform million colors already man. He was so proud of himself and he made that announcement. xbox WCHS DOPE. Yeah when it comes to control. The color options playstation has some okay ones but xbox I have ah purplish dude. I love that one from the land. I love you can be because there are third party. People people who will do that for your playstation with Josh that this one podcast I like a woolly. He got one from this. One third party company completely custom the controller which ended up causing a lot. Because he did the whole color he did a certain texture on the back then he did like actual like like a scarf. The actual switches like actual like click back like triggers and everything triggers redone and because he wanted it primarily for Fighting's that he was GonNa play on pad like again K. and whatnot and like it was insane but he said like it's cool because you can do your level of customization doing more reasonable price point that he went all in because if he's going to do a customer is going to go a lot subscribe once and make it yours but yeah. I love the fact that the lab exists and I think playstation six comes out that maybe they'll probably start doing that and it should be if if you really cool thing. I think we're already a year away from the transition point though it's already almost xbox and PS five time in a year. You're just cool. It'll be really interesting because right now. The only reveal a game award the first reveal for. PS Five has gone fall which I saw the gearbox logo that harvey turned off but the good thing is gearboxes only publishing it. So there's that there's also kind of interesting right up with the name. Some of it is. I'd never heard of them before down. But the interesting thing though is the fact that ever since the David eddings accusations before borderlands three Dropped where Randy Pitchford. He's been accused of many things leaving thumb drive filled with porn and borderlands three plans at a children's restaurants and he he also children's restaurant right and then also going up to different employees and thinking it's funny to give them willies when they're trying to develop a game as well L. as a lot of other questionable things like being at the hotel of a gaming conference where everyone's kind of chilling out grabbing the a claptrap voice actor by the collar and physically assaulting them so but ever since that last one because ready over bridges also magician. He's also the one Who lied about early? Colonial Marines being good So there's a lot of things done but ever since the accusations with backed up proven testimony came out out about him actually being confirmed by several people to have assaulted at as he's been out of the limelight gone full he's been nowhere in the press. Ever since Borderlands Orlands three has dropped he has been. He's been sealed in a box away somewhere and it's really interesting how it took. It took an assault charge. The shut this man. This guy who has said gaming critics are trying to fall CAM got into it with Jim Sterling versus where you're trying to bake people into shit talking to you and sterling with them and all this stuff. It's just crazy. He's always been a pariah but finally they took that and shut him up. which is you know? Get to shame you know we all. I want to say everyone in this room. I include it probably had a blast with borderlands two three but two was one one of the most fun multiplayer experiences. I remember ever have hundred Kamini true. Yeah through so so hard again playing to the much borderlands pretty good though also play an extra coat because there's one so yeah there is already it was good yes four I think so. The question is extra cold on what system astor of steam steam. So I'm saying that yeah that'd be cool Telltale Cochran kind of one of them. Okay there you go so yeah yeah. We'll see what's happening happening there you go. Yeah no it's great man you'll love that and we love borderlands you'll love speaking of tell eh Mongasutu. Everyone gets to move amongst because I am because easily my most favorite absolute thing the but a call back the last episode still wary because telltale proper. So here's what it seems like happened to the tell. Tell people what it looks like happened is investors realized that when you contract people and you can cut as you go. It's more profitable all right. Well a lot of times when there was like a shaky a bit of shakiness shareholders and telltale because they're just not being managed properly and stuff like that it seems like there's continuing telltale with mercenaries instead of a proper insured staff with health insurance benefits. So it happened happen to come around that they closed down quote unquote lay everybody off keep a couple of choice people and now are running everybody on the job to job. Turn the contractor. Now it's a little it's a little shady which is a shame but if all the moments too is good did it'd be really hard for me to not want to jump in on somebody. Yeah physically. That is something that bobby caught it at activision. Blizzard would love to do. That's like a dream right there. I just love the fact that bobby cannot go on dates now because when you search without any joking these just search bobby Kartik take a bunch of pictures with him and devil horns come up. That is bobby cutter you Satan like. That's just what it is like. It's just funny though but yeah he has admittedly. It's hard for him to get into dates because they google but so yeah. There's there's no it doesn't suck. It's Bobby Shit. A hand speaking of pieces of Shit right in the news. We didn't talk about last time. People are getting a little bent out of shape that we didn't talk about riots announcements around the TJ time. So having a Brian Aside League match so aside being extremely misogynistic dude Bro Company. Right obviously one of the most totally nontoxic communities of all time legal edges anyways always so they can be a bit much and the company themselves not the greatest the people but they did announce that they have six knicks spin off titles in the works which is really interesting on top of that they have an animated series as well as a mobile version of Lee coming out which God so we'll see the immortal L. but anyways so without being the case though they seem to be trying to keep the free to play model for all their stuff. Now now I didn't realize how many characters existed league now first of all is like over one hundred something now which is like how do you keep that balance you don't. There's only a certain light handful of people that are used because everyone else. Because how do you balance that overwatch. Blizzard Blizzard has shown. Sometimes they have a hard time balancing the however mail like the thirty people had an hour. Whatever it is so you can imagine trying to balance one hundred and forty something? Whatever their two league now l. just crazy just absolutely insane but anyways I've always found the league character designs cool? I found the lower interesting but I've just never been able to get into you and not just because it's a mobile because let's just put it this way. The community lives up to their reputation and toxicity. Ever if you don't believe me and you've never played league before fired up. Play A pug display a random unranked game and how many people get so angry that you're just trying to learn the game not even gets into the fact that you're like rank one or anything like that just getting so angry like pat from superbeets was talking about being toxics. Yeah no it's not even a joke like Pat superbeets got into it recently and he's been really into it. He's like in there now but he was playing it and he said what he was new and he didn't know any of these terms people just got to just be like leash and he what leash and he's I instead of explained as leash. And then he did. Some route moved moved wrong and they got so pissed off. And you're just like why don't you tell me to do relations anyways. Let's the older. We Big Bang on all day about how bad the community is and talks the only time I ever had fun with what we were. Greek itself is fine. Yeah Yeah it's just the communities bit much and then reputation in a and the learning curves of it's steep too because not only you have to learn the game how to play the game. They have to learn how to build so it's very different than your usual. Just basic stats game. Yeah that's kind of what I kind of prefer at least those type of games. I really really liked heroes of the storm because it doesn't have any of that bill full years old armed over the only want..
"shakiness" Discussed on 1075 KZL
"Give a grade. ABC D, or F Bank has a Matt, which your grade. I enjoyed it a lot. I would've liked to hear some of that projection and how she really went for it at the end. I would like to hear that a little more throughout, but I enjoyed it. I'm going to go with a b plus all right, Katie. I give it a solid, B chrissa. I kind of agree with that it was very shaky in the very beginning. And I thought, oh, well, if you're just nervous, but then at the end you Braaten it. We're gonna make that joke again. So the end I brought up your whole performance. I'm gonna give you a be for me beginning. I couldn't really hear you and I had the Mike all the way up. It seemed I couldn't tell your abroad show or just nerves. I think the ending wasn't a the rest was a c b minus on that one. I would love to hear you do a song where he can almost belt the whole thing like you did at the end. 'cause you definitely, there's definitely tell there, Jason Goodman. I thought it was horrible in the beginning. And then throughout the song, I heard a lot of shakiness and the seemed to go the pitchy. And I think it had to do with their, and then I think what she got of settled in. And then it got a lot better with the limited time that she has I know her voices good. I'm going to give the overall performance. C C. Okay. Of the Bronco. I mean y'all. Hanes. It's kind of like, the, the that, yes. Vibration got the vibration of abroad. Just so we're all on the same spell words..
"shakiness" Discussed on 1075 KZL
"That you give a grade. ABC D, or F Bank, is that which are grade. I enjoyed it a lot. I would like to hear some of that projection, and she really went for it at the end like to hear that a little more throughout, but I enjoyed it. I'm going to go with a b plus all right, Katie. I give it a solid, B Chryssa. I kind of agree with that it was very shaky in the very beginning. And I thought, oh well, if you're just nervous, but then at the end you rotten it. We're gonna make that joke again. So the end I think brought up your performance, I'm gonna give you a be for me beginning. I couldn't really hear you and I had the Mike all the way up. I it seemed I couldn't tell your abroad show or just nerves. I think the ending wasn't a the rest was a c b minus on that one. I would love to hear you do a song where he could almost belt the whole thing like you did at the end. 'cause you definitely there's definitely telling their Jason Goodman. I thought it was horrible in the beginning, and then throughout the saw, I heard a lot of shakiness and the seemed to go the pitchy. And I think it had to do with their, and then I think what she got kind of settled in and then it got a lot better. You know, with the limited time that she has I know her voice is good, right? I'm going to give the overall performance. See, let's see. Okay. What's the definition of bradfo? I mean, y'all be using pains, the, the that, yes, the vibration, got it vibration abroad. Just so we're all on the same spell b knows definitional.
"shakiness" Discussed on 1075 KZL
"Five you give grade ABC D, or F Bank is a Matt, which are great. I enjoyed it a lot. I would like to hear some of that projection and how she really went for it at the end. I would like to hear that a little more throughout. But I enjoyed it. I'm gonna go with a b plus. All right. Katie solid be chrissa. I kind of agree with that it was very shaky in the very beginning. And I thought, oh well, if you're nervous, but then at the end you Braaten it. We're gonna make that joke again. So the end I think brought up your whole performance. I'm gonna give you a b. Yeah. Great at eight hundred six eight two one seven five for me beginning is I couldn't really hear you. And I had the Mike all the way up. It seemed I couldn't tell your abroad show or just nerves. I think the ending was a the rest was a C. So I'll give you a b minus on that one. I would love to hear you do a song where he can almost belt the whole thing of like you did at the end. You definitely there's definitely telling their Jason Goodman. I thought it was horrible in the beginning. And then throughout the song, I heard a lot of shakiness and the seemed to go the pitchy. And I think it had to do with their, and then I think what you've got kind of settled in the end that it got a lot better, you know, with the limited time that she has, I know her voices good, right? I'm going to give the overall performance C. See okay? What's the definition of bradfo? I mean y'all. Aids. The, the that, yes. Like a vibration, hydrogen. Got it. The vibration of abroad. Just so we're all on the same spell b knows alerts..
"shakiness" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM
"An old John Fogerty saw Fogarty is one of the people who are supposed to be in that Woodstock fifty performance on the festival side at the old farm, and now that wasn't supposed to be the walk into when he's part of the Watkins Glen speedway show. There's two ratio. Yeah. So he found out that there may not be a Woodstock fifty at the same time. Most of his did when the financial backer for the festival announced today that they were cancelling the event vogue. He says I wouldn't want to speculate. I'm just a guy who plays guitar and his radio show up my job to know about the selection of artists permits, but this seems like a chain. At the same time. He Fogarty attended a press conference announcing the event last month admits there were a couple of ominous signs leading up to the announcement. They postponed announcing the tickets, and I remember reading awhile ago, they didn't have some of the permits that just kind of blew my mind, you'd think it would be the first thing that you do not the last thing, you got the sense that there was some shakiness to the whole thing. But the first Woodstock happened more by people wishing to happen than any effort of great organization. Yeah. Fogarty and only our people had tickets for Woodstock and everybody else just jumped the fence. Yeah. Yeah. Fogarty increase Clearwater revival. Played the original Woodstock sixty nine. Even though they weren't included in the movie or the original soundtrack album four Woodstock fifty vogue. He was planning to recreate the eleven song set that he played his first one. He says that he was paid in advance firs. I know festival the festival is off. He says he'll donate his fee to what he calls my favorite.
"shakiness" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"So that study you were just talking about from the institute of health metrics and evaluation on these were researchers that analyze hundreds of causes of death in over one hundred countries, they looked at two hundred different diet and lifestyle factors. And these researchers spent years on this their report was called the global burden of disease, and they did indeed conclude that the American diet killed more people in this country last year, then all the people all the Americans rather that died in the wars of World War One. World War to Iraq. Both Iraq wars, Afghanistan war Korean war. Vietnam war combined all in one year. But this time the enemy wasn't another country or guns or bombs it with their own knives and forks, and what we were doing with them. We are essentially digging our own graves. With their knives and for the standard American diet. So that means dairy wheat meat sugar alcohol that's match it. And and and all that process chemicals that that any one of those things that okay with names that you and I can't even pronounce right? Yes. So you said over two thousand chemicals in our food supply. So this is in the US. But what about when these types of chemicals are carried into foods in now in Italy? Italy used to be genetically modified or free GMO free, right? And fortunately that has now changed just by migration. And that is so sad. Yeah. Well, we live in a global food supply system where foods travel all over the world, and the beauty of that is of course, we can eat lots of different things, you know, and you can have blueberries in season they're in season somewhere just about all the time. So you can enjoy. Oy foods from all over the world. But the bad part of it is that toxin also spread around the globe. And a lot of the American produce is actually growing in China or Mexico, where the standard may be lower than what we're used to what we would expect from our farmers, and where there are pesticides that we wouldn't allow like DDT, but they're still being used to grow food in many other countries, and I run DT which has been banned in the United States is still produced in the United States American companies gold overseas to an and then it being used in agriculture, and then that produce, and and grains and lake are being shipped back to America. And did he. A long long word. But what is it? It's a it's a pesticide. Right. ADT is a pesticide. And it's been a it's been proven to cause cancer, and you know, many other many other health problems. It kills burdens that was how Rachel Carson wrote the book. Silence bring which helped to popularize an awareness of how serious it was human symptoms can include it can cause vomiting tremors. Shakiness seizures lab animals so effects on the liver and reproduction, it's considered a human carcinogen. It can probably cause cancer. And and definitely kill birds. It's been banned in the US for over forty years, but it's still being used in other countries. And so if you're wondering, what do you do about all this because it can sound kind of scary and kind of depressing. One of the top things you can do is to go organic because growing food by definition is DD free, and it is tested. If it's local DDT, but other neuro toxic pesticides as well. So when you choose organic food, you're getting away from that stuff, and it's got to be organic in your local area. So that it's not it's US standards in terms of if you're eating it here in the US. Well, if you're in the US than anything, it has certified organic that is sold in the US has to comply with the USDA standards. So there are farms, and even in China or Mexico or many other countries that are growing organically for the US markets and when. They do that. Then they have to comply with the specifics of the law. Now, let me be clear that they will they will cut corners wherever they can. So we need to fight to keep that law meaningful. And right now, it is meaningful. But we've got to make sure that we're vigilant that it doesn't get diluted and. If you are have have the option to buy food, that's growing more locally, then that's better because you can have more coveted farmer's markets community supported agriculture programs local food programs. He's really positive thing. They're good for our local economy. They help to reduce transportation costs to give fresher food. And they also are a way of helping you to know what you're getting because you actually can know the farmers and no worry food comes from or you can grow it yourself. It's it is relatively easy with just a planter box to grow things like spinach, and kale and zucchini. But we'll talk about that in a second. Because. Absolutely. I love growing food. You are really good at it. I can't wait to hear about. Yeah. Your tips. You're really amazing green. Thumb over there. And I can't wait to hear about your farm. But let's talk about water really quickly because water you say on page sixty seven of the thirty one day food revolution that water supplies of more than. Seventy five percent of all Americans are contaminated by chromium six. Yeah. Is that chromium six is a cancer causing chemical that was made famous in the movie. Erin brockovich. Julia Roberts played Erin Brockovich in that film. And it's contaminating the water of more than two hundred million Americans right now. We have tremendous tests showing us this. But it's still there. We've also got chlorine in almost all the water supplies in America. And lead levels are quite serious as well. You may have heard about place Cup Flint Michigan where lead levels were dangerously high and kids were put it serious risk. But it's not just in Flint. It turns out according to an investigation that was published in the Washington Post that we have.
"shakiness" Discussed on WGN Radio
"With twenty one points in his last twenty one games fifteen over his last fourteen. And there is no question the value that Gustafsen carries on that power play. And you want to keep him around keep them on the ice as much as possible because of the effect that he's had in the power play. The question is on the other end of the ice. And we revisited this a couple of times during the course of the season. How about over the last month Choi have you seen any type of consistent improvement in terms of Eric? It's a little difficult because some of those some of those pairings that he has in terms of who he's playing with have changed plus Jeremy's using them on the right side a little bit. And that was something. He was. Adamantly against Jeremy said back in Rockford last year. It's interesting. I mean, it's still a worker progress on the defensive side of it. But you and I haven't sat there and talked to the post game show. Guston's mistake turnover critical air dissolve air in his own end today. So just for that reason alone. He's doing a better job. Does he need to get better? Does he need to be stronger in front of the net and the corners win the one on one battles that that's a work in progress? You know, his focus is on the offensive side of it. And I agree with Jonathan tapes. The key to me. To this power play. And why it's turned out has been Custos because of his mobility on the blue line there. So you wanna keep him as confident as possible. I thought that there was a little bit a little bit of shakiness in his game. Against the wild obviously responded, well and had two goals in that game and the game winning goal. Just didn't seem like he was playing with the confidence that he had on the on the previous power plays in the game. Prior thought hesitating a little bit more. He's the key because he's got to get to the middle of the ice which opens.
"shakiness" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts
"But for the most part, everything is is pretty set in stone here. Yeah. Exactly. And you know, I think that this is sort of where we thought things would end up to know that there was a lot of confusion shakiness this week mostly regarding other things, which then ITO could always influence the vote, but this was sort of an unsurprising result. Yes. So we get the fiction episode. Jonathan is victim six to one DNA is the sole vote to keep him. The feeds did come back after the vixen. There was some tension about that Seoul vote Dina was kind of mad about being the only person to vote save Jonathan. I think Natalie was a little mad that the vote wasn't unanimous. And so there was a little bit attention there. But nothing too much before we get to our endurance. Competition for the H O H, which was a rock concert with an like figure and voice who was hosting it kind of. But also Ryan was hosting it and a ridiculous wig. They were all dressed up and weird rock closing bandannas and they were impossible to identify. So I actually likes this design here. But it was very strange. Yes. So I really really liked this comp although I will say I the exact same confusion about tells like is that what this is H O H like what is going on here. How dare they the sanctity of Oto being used? I don't know if this is something that was left over from the Buddah competition that they had and they just sort of rolled out the same set design. I think my biggest issue. Yeah. Was I couldn't tell who who it took me a long time to figure out the order of the people on the wall. I was on twitch watching the live endurance competition. And we had we had a great time trying to figure out who was who. And the order of them. Difficult. They also had the sleeve so as part of the costumes that they were wearing up on the wall. They had these tattoo sleeves those fake tattoo sleeve things. And I was like oh my God. I I think this is Tom green, but he doesn't have arm tax. So it was just ethically. Confused metal trying to figure out what house guests had armed like full arm sleeve to and then so to make it even more difficult. They got splattered with with like, Google and stuff. And so then even after they fell there was an outline of a human based on the splatter that didn't go to the wall because they were there before. And so it looked like there was still somebody there. It was very very confusing. I'm sure they'll have a fun time putting this together, but it was a pretty good endurance competition ends up lasting about an hour and a half or so and pretty good performance from the celebrities despite a massive amount of complaining. Oh my gosh. So I was loving this. Like, this is so cool. It's going so long awesome. It's an endurance competition and then Joey friggin Lawrence. I was about to just walk all the way to LA and just slap him up there. He was complaining the whole time about how cold it was. And he kept saying things like why can't this competition? Move faster. Why don't they get things going and home? This is an endurance competition. This is the competition and finally towards the end one of the houseguests. I said it told him something about like this is the competition so thankful I was so frustrated with him. He was so annoying. It was like ten minutes in and he was like, can we can this be fester? And thing is Joey Lawrence has been talking all season long about how I just this part of the game is just not my thing alliances and deals and betrayal..
"shakiness" Discussed on Being Boss: Mindset, Habits, Tactics, and Lifestyle for Creative Entrepreneurs
"And I don't worry too much about keeping it super prettier organiz, and I've been tracking mostly meetings. So the stuff that is Google calendar. I will go in and translate it to my plan. Owner. Okay. Here's what happened in twenty eighteen. I kind of didn't know what I was doing every day until the morning of and so really by getting in and every week filling out my week ahead in my planner. It's allowing me to see my week ahead and get really intentional and start preparing my brain for what's about to happen. I found last year I was really responsive and kind of jumping into the things and I love that about myself. I love that. I can just jump into an interview and chat and jump into flying somewhere the next day and packing an hour before I go to the airport. I love that. I can do that. But like you said this you're going to be a little bit more intentional. Am I want my time and things feel a little more special? I also going back to one of the things I did my first year in business is I was really scared to meet goals and again with my goal setting shakiness this year, I'm kind of going back to your one. I was scared to make goals. So what he did? Instead was a combination of the chalkboard method. Did which will link to in our show notes. And then also really just tracking. What I was doing. So tracking how many clients I was landing. And so I'm I'm using the planner almost as a way to track. What is happening? So I can uncover patterns and see what's working and maybe set some goals from there. And it's a great idea. Yeah. I think that's the that's the thing about planners any this is the time of year where everyone is looking at planners and guys I've been falling down the heavy planner like whole, which means my whole Instagram like every ad is like someone else's planners. They've created like I am inundated with the world of planners at the moment. And I do not hate it. The one of the things that you have to do is you have to make it work for you. You have to use it for the things that you want to track and pay attention to and you have to do it in a way that you will continue doing it, or you're just going to have another planner that sits there on your desk and never gets used past the first week of January because I think we all have those. So I love that you're thinking about how it is that you most want to use your planner, and what it is that you wanted to hold and track for you. And really just starting small like leaning into it. And now, I saw your post it note method essentially in your planner I want to start incorporating post it notes for to do list that I don't necessarily wanna keep in my planner. Time or don't feel as permanent or maybe I keep them in there. But keep them in as post it notes things like a doctor's appointment and the doctor's name in numbers stuff like that that I necessarily don't want to say forever forever. Or maybe I do anyway all that to say starting small and building as I go. And that's the thing that has always worked for me in life and business in my hobbies in all of it. Okay. So let's let's include some links to some of our favorite planners in our show notes. So if you go to being bus club, you can find our show notes, and we will post a leak some of our favorite planners, their planners and pans and wash to in washi- tape. We'll we'll have a good list of links there for anyone who wants to check out. I also I also want because we've talked about bullet journaling before. And I'll tell you a lot of my happy planner is being used for bullet journaling like so similar style. Because still a bullet journal laugher too..
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"To the enke's four two one win over baltimore glacier taurus shipton with two hits in an rbi for the yankees who have won three straight and are now a season high nineteen games over five hundred gray even says record at four and four allowing one run on four hits with six strikeouts it was the first time in his eleven starts that gray did not issue a walk aroldis chapman struck out the side in the ninth for his thirteen save manny machado hit seventeen home run for the orioles who have now dropped six in a row the nineteen year old julian walking neiman baking justice v start has a shares the lead at muirfield village at the memorial golf tournament with kyle stanley after a four under sixty eight tiger woods got off to a strong start to the memorial the second round but struggled mightily after a ninety minute weather delay missing four punts under seven feet in the final six holes to finish six john's back with nearly two dozen players in front of him at the french open novak djokovic and second seed alexander's veira advance to the fourth round will on the women's side us open runnerup madison keys overcame some late match shakiness to reach the fourth round with a straightset win over naomi osaka of japan will the bloomberg sports update i'm tom rogers this is bloomberg daybreak weekend our global look at the top stories in the coming week from our daybreak anchors all around the world straight ahead on the program i'm bob moon and new york tesla holds a shareholder meeting and apple as its annual developers conference i'll have those stories i'm nathan hager in washington where trade could trump just about everything from the g seven summit to north korean negotiations and i'm markus karlsson in london where we're asking whether more emergency action is on the cards when turkey's central bank meats and in asia we take a look at growth with a special look at china japan and india i'm bryan curtis in hong kong that story coming up i'm danielle boko in toronto where we're looking at how labor strikes in the transport sector have exposed and kelly's he'll for commodities markets that's all straight ahead on bloomberg daybreak on bloomberg eleven three oh new york bloomberg ninety nine one washington dc bloomberg one zero six one boston bloomberg nine sixty san francisco siriusxm channel one nineteen and around the world on bloom radio dot com and via the.