13 Burst results for "Sim Center"

"sim center" Discussed on Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

07:16 min | 3 weeks ago

"sim center" Discussed on Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast

"So I don't have to look at your face right now. I'll just go there. Next year. No, thanks. So Brad, great question. Great advice for Carolina Jeff. I personally don't have really any experience with plate simulators or computer home computer based flight simulators. But I certainly have a lot of friends who do use flight simulators, some who are pilots and some who are not pilots. And I know I can think of at least one person I know of who flies professionally, but because of seniority doesn't maybe flight every single day who enjoys using the flight simulators just to look at various different approaches and different parts of the world in the world, things that he might not fly in as his day job. So that can be an interesting option for people who are looking to just get some realistic practice. I'm not sure in terms of for the primary student. I think it would certainly help a lot for those who are instrument students because I think you can really load approaches and potentially and do that type of thing with flight simulators. I think for primary students, it's more about getting the hands on experience in the airplane, but maybe I'm wrong on that. So I'd actually be curious to know what folks in our community think. If there's folks out there who are using home computer based flight simulators while they were doing primary private pilot training, that was a tongue twister for me. Was it useful for you? And if so, why was it? If not, why not? I think I haul boxes making the point that there's red bird sim centers as well, which are a little bit more realistic in terms of simulation. It's not a home based program. So that's easy to do in the privacy of your own home while you're just sitting and going over your flight lesson plans or some pre lesson preparation. But if you can't go out flying, see if the weather's not great. It might be a good option if you have that available to you at your flight school. I've been to flight schools where they have them. And I've done a couple of approaches in one of them. And yeah, it's pretty realistic. Even if it's not the full airline category D flight simulator. Definitely helpful. Yeah. Going through procedures and that kind of thing. Yeah, procedures flows. I think flight simulator can be very good for those types of things. Oh, I have to wear pants if I go there? Yeah, you got it. That's the downside of this. See, if you're doing if you're doing your home computer based place emulator pants optional. Just be like step and I right now doing the show. No pants. All right. So thank you, Steph, for adding your two cents to the discussion regarding flight simulation and getting Carolina Jeff all prepped up for his upcoming lessons and this is exciting. I can't wait to hear how this all goes for him. Yeah. And Brad. Carolina Jeff and Steph oh yeah. You know what? We'll have a Charlotte meet up and then we can get some live feedback from Carolina Jeff. Hey Jeff, who do we talk to about getting your schedule situated the correct way so that you have Charlotte to find somebody that knows what they're doing when it comes to you know I might actually have Charlotte layover or two next month. I'm not sure. I'll have to look. Just in time for some nice spring weather, we can sit outside and enjoy a beer somewhere and discuss all things aviation. Absolutely. And pants. Okay. Well, we're pants. Oh yeah. I will, anyway. Some sort. Let's see. Number ten, this is from anonymous. And they say, hey, crew. They want their name left out due to the kind of sensitive nature of the question. I have a problem. I don't like wearing pants. No wait, no, that's something else. That's the problem I have. After many years of being a land bound aviation enthusiast, I've decided to learn to fly. While doing research into the requirements for a first class medical, I learned that the FAA doesn't take too kindly to even common mental health issues, such as anxiety. While my medical history doesn't automatically disqualify me, I realize that the path to getting my medical is going to be long and expensive. The Internet is full of horror stories of aviation dreams being crushed by merciless AME's. I realized the Internet is not a reliable place when it comes to things of this nature, but it does beg the question. How do you go about finding a good and fair, what was the AME that aviation medical aviation medical examiner? Thank you. In the first place, Amy, I appreciate your insight and thank you for all the hard work y'all put into the show. And this is again from anonymous. And I don't know if he wants us to use his opposing. Skip it, I'm not sure he was clear on that. Yeah. And he's not alone in his question. Wait, hang on. I have to say that his issues are much more significant and concerning to me now that I realize he listens to opposing bases. That is a medical condition in and of itself. I wouldn't mention that to the AMA. I suffer from it too, and I definitely don't disclose it on my. I've never heard of the show. I don't know what you're talking about. I've never met those guys. I've never met those guys. Never shared beers with them. Discussed all things aviation. And what I was thinking is that anonymous, you are not alone in having these types of questions. And these are, this is a tricky situation to navigate, right? Because like anything in life, I think not all AME's are necessarily created equal. There are some out there who will seek out additional training and expertise for certain types of medical conditions that people suffer from and they might become an expert in one area over another. And I'm certainly aware that there are AMAs out there who are more. Subspecialty is seeing pilots who do have mental health issues, anxiety included, but certainly all different types of things. Folks who have a history of taking certain medications that may be the FAA doesn't look favorably upon. And helping those pilots navigate the system and figure out what they need to do. As efficiently as possible and hopefully as cost effectively as possible to get the medical certification that they're looking for. How you go about finding those AME's, that's tricky because they're not listed that way. On the FAA website..

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"sim center" Discussed on FOCUS on POCUS

FOCUS on POCUS

05:26 min | 1 year ago

"sim center" Discussed on FOCUS on POCUS

"Will they be good. Absolutely will they be able to interpret images acquire images and sufficient manner. I think so but what we are really trying to get at with focuses developing a mastery of this in the same level mastery expect our physicians to use the stethoscope or The physical exam. Yeah yeah i. I believe that in plus you know i remember when you turn in your studies for the day usually get beat up or you get code. Pretty bad about yourself. You know if you do this april when it's it's laying flat. I need to go more laterally and you know in us kind of sit down and review in those images helps a lot. I wonder So the Going further the current methods we use to promote competency or or a credit. Someone important character sound. Are they not optimal or complete. I think when you look at national organizations there is often multi components to it. There's not just lectures and bedside scanning With the standardized patient there's also image review real time scanning feedback with real patients For instance the society possible medicine does something like that. And you also look at Ac jamie requirements for emergency medicine. There's a lot more. Strict criteria of what these residents graduating residents need to be able to do when they go out into to practice. And so i. I wouldn't necessarily say the whole system is broken but what i would say is on a more local level a lot of institutions residency programs. Medical schools are thinking of creating own pocus curricula and they may follow a model that includes lectures a little bit of scanning and personalized advice. And that's it and what we're trying to show is that they may not be sufficient and Trains may have a hard time. Actually gauging their confidence in their ability to perform pocus. Well so you think maybe like almost like In the trades you you're a journeyman in your attached to a mentor. Who am master craftsman. Who brings you along and makes comments side by side. So something like that. Where you get immediate feedback. Yeah i if you think about the development of expertise not just in medicine if you look expertise across many realms there is often a mentor mentor relationship. That's part it's Carpenters being a great example. Taylor's being Other old examples in medicine if you think about internship residency back is in a way and apprenticeship learning under a senior physician. I think we should be doing the same thing for pocus where we have experienced clinicians with pocus who are helping to guide more junior users. The challenge with that is not a lot of people are familiar with focus and a lot of our Older physician population is not well versed in it and that represents a huge gap that needs to be thought about carefully absolutely. I remember that in the sim center. Everybody who grew up with any kind of atari or gaming was really good with the simulators and then attending they would come in and kind of like kind of the more the boomer generation in like How you turn it on. What are you plug it in. You know just to me for my study to look at How well people can play call of duty and acquired. Yeah so you have a good. Maybe internal med pocus story life. Saving you know Something recent that really stuck out. Maybe why you were rounding jail rounding or i know you guys are doing a lot with long your paper and covert and stuff maybe have an interesting climate clinical story to lay on us today..

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"sim center" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

08:31 min | 1 year ago

"sim center" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Tweeting out. I do not celebrate or feel pride and are having to ban President Trump from Twitter or how we got here. After a clear warning. We take this action. We made a decision with the best information we had on threats to physical safety, both on and off Twitter. Was this correct question. Mark Tony Katz 93. W i. B. C Good morning. Having to take these actions fragment the public conversation. They divide us. They limit the potential for clarification, redemption and learning and sets. A precedent I feel is dangerous. The power an individual or corporation has over part of the global public conversation with that part is true. It is dangerous, but I only hope that the potential for clarification, redemption and learning Also comes from people like Jack Dorsey. If you mean it only comes from Trump supporters. Well, that's Very much not gonna work. Nor will it work to say that you know of you supported President Trump here. You're just like that. You're just like the clan when you I'm sorry. I'm just like the what Just you would have to be done lemon to say something that crazy. Oh, hey, done. If you are on that side, you need to think about the sides around. I'm never on the side of the clan. I am not principal people conservative or liberal, Never on the clan side. Principal people conservative or liberal, never on the Nazi side. Principal people who are conservative or liberal, never on the side. That treats their their fellow Americans as less than I'll say, huh? I'm gonna dig into this on tiny cats today at noon. You're gonna want to listen to that, Um My on the side of free speech. Yes, I am. And you know, as disgusting as the plan is who hate me? If they're Americans, they get to speak. So my on the side of the clan now. The people who hate me and want me dead. Just Hey. Not everything is boiled down to your pseudo intellectual. Morality. Sometimes it takes discussion amongst adults and perhaps a bourbon. With coronavirus. We are seeing new strains. But we're also seeing success in Indiana and how the vaccine is being brought forth as opposed to some other states. Dr. Lewis profess to joins me Right now he is an ER doctor. He is, according to lengthen dot com one of the 12 doctors you should be following. You have got not one but two doses of the vaccine as as a first responder. Let's start with those the basics. The cases of coronavirus that you've been seeing come in. Of course, we have this conversation of new strains Ohio saying that they've seen a new strain. What are we seeing going into hospitals right now? I mean, we're still think Tony was still think plenty of of Of coronavirus cases still thing people die from it. People end up in the ICU. Um, you know, the good news is that we have new treatment modalities. We've gotten so much better at managing these these cases. We're even now able to Set people up for outpatient monoclonal antibody infusions. These air weapons we didn't have in our armamentarium before. So the survival rate I really believe is going up. We're so much better at managing it and the overall General feeling I think of well being of the hospital staff, too, especially with the advent of the vaccines and everybody getting vaccinated. You can sort of see hits in there getting up kind of thing. People are in a better mood in terms of just being able to care for these patients to all a good thing. You've talked about in the past, in our conversations that you know these these first responders these front line people are very worried because if doctors of nurses of hospital staff really start getting sick, no one's going to get care. So getting that The vaccine out there And getting it to them was very much sign of relief. You've done two doses. Which vaccine did you get it? How did it go? I got I got the five year Maxine and I had a reaction for a fever and body ache reaction That really wiped me out for a day after the second vaccine, But I don't care. I mean, it was probably the The most happy I've ever been being sick in my entire life, and I'll take it. You know, I'd go through that 2050 100 times again. If I had to, Um, you know, it's interesting. I was talking to somebody yesterday. Healthcare providers getting their second vaccine said people were visibly crying and general public in Denver now being vaccinated in the vaccination centers over an ascension, health and Then that says a lot mean it shows you how emotional the amount of emotional impact this vaccine is now had on this community, So it's a great sort of tournament bands. I think Talking to Dr Lewis. Prophetic er, doctor is that does that happen? Vaccines and then people have have a reaction to it, whether where they're sick for a day or two or maybe longer. Well, you know, I can't recall getting a vaccine. I mean, you know if you ever had a tetanus vaccine a lot of times, people have severe arm pain and stuff like that, and people have sort of, uh, immune response. Sort of, like, almost like a serum sickness kind of response because the immune immune reaction being built build up and that's actually sort of a good thing. It's interesting when the in the early days when that when the studies were being done, and you'd be on some of the doctors, social media sites People that were in the studies knew that they had gotten a placebo because they hadn't got got. You know any reaction so they would lament they go hack and can't believe it. I must be in the placebo group because I feel completely fine. And here they are sort of wanting, uh, sort of a viral kind of reaction. So it's a good thing. Tony really is. Now, let's get into how this has been distributed. We've seen horror show in New York. We have seen long lines in Florida, but certainly an ability to better move the The vaccine out and in Indiana. I have not seen or heard anything except people being very impressed with how it's been moving. We're now doing people who are the age of 70 or over your one of people who agrees you should start with the oldest part of the population. And worked way down. And, of course, those those first responders. How do you think it's going? And if you have a thought on as you've seen it, what's making it works so well in Indiana compared to other states. I have no idea. But I'll tell you I had mine done in ascension Health at the the What's called the SIM Center. I could not believe how efficient and quick it was. I mean, it was like literally like Chick fil A took over the distribution of back in the state of Indiana. I don't know what we're doing different than other states, but I got I got friends and relatives. They're flying back from Florida to get their vaccinations here in Indiana. Because it's so efficient here. I mean, there's think glitches just like anything when you talk about tens of thousands of millions of people need to be vaccinated. But, man, we're doing something right. You know, if other states are having significant problems, they need to call Ardmore to help find out What in the heck Indiana's doing that that is that being that sort of transcending these other states? But, man, I'm starting to think that we may be the bottle in America right now. As the reporting goes from wish TV 148 vaccine sites in Indiana, nine in Marion County, but we are seeing some numbers tick back up. Expected eyes this what you get for visiting family. For Christmas. Or is this just one of those natural things as you see it, and we should expect numbers going back down or continue to live with it? Where? What is your take on? What is your contemporaries take Well, who knows? Yeah, There certainly were probably things that fella peak that was probably from Thanksgiving exposure. We're probably seeing a peek from Christmas exposure. Maybe you think of Pete from New Year's exposure. Um, you know, there's no rhyme or reason anymore. You know, you can sort of predict that you're gonna have a spike after certain mass gathering events, but You know, there's days where we come in where every bed is not from the coma patients and numbers under days. You come in tow in the work, and half the beds are empty..

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"sim center" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

07:12 min | 1 year ago

"sim center" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Everybody, you are back with you. Eating it up. I'm Cheryl Alters Jameson. Thanks for coming along with us today and we're talking food Adventures with Deborah Madison and her life in vegetables. Her new book is an onion in my pocket. It's a beautiful and charming and frank memoir, and you need it. Go get it, Find it and are collected Works or Garcia Street or order it from wherever you get books, But get it. It's something you should definitely read. And one of the things I want to get in. We're going to go back and talk a little bit more about, you know things like greens and shape a niece. But one of the real points of the book is nourishment. And I want to make sure we have time to talk about that a little bit. Because if he were saying when we're off air, nobody gets to that part because we all run out of time. So I wanted to start our segment. Our last segment with that idea. Can you talk to that a little bit, please for e. I want to try. I've always felt a little uncomfortable with the vegetarian label because I'm not a vegetarian unnecessarily. But I had to find out what really mattered this food and what mattered to me was how food was prepared or shared. And if it came with Plainness with generosity with care with attention. Then I remember those meals and it didn't matter at all. What was on the plane and so the last chapters about that kind of food, and and this just stories about menus and meals I've had Work that really stood out. Uh huh. And you know, I do like that in terms of the spirit of generosity about the food and that we remember moments. I mean, it's yes, it's important. What's on the plate and all of that, all of us who are, you know, so tied to the culinary universe. But it is that spirit and that generosity and all of that that I think, Yeah, that does matter s O much in the end, so I appreciate you. Getting that in in the book and in our talk about it, too. So, um, s o back. We're talking about greens on how you ended up being chef there because that was a project, I guess. Was that the Abbott or you're organizing Committee of the SIM Center. I don't know what they were called. Exactly that decided You should have a restaurant. The Zen center should have a restaurant who decided that there was no organizing committee. But there was a board. Okay. And, uh, I don't know how I'll happened. But I just found myself in that position and and and going to bed every night feeling like I had a mountain on my chest and waking up in the morning. It was still there. Well, not only was the restaurant new I mean and again, this is just so wild to think back at the time. But I mean Fort Mason. I mean, that had been a government entity and all the sudden it became, you know, an area right for private development. And just to put a restaurant in that space because we're talking, You know, they're with a stunning views out over the water and everything. I mean, this was so again visionary. At the time to, you know, put that there and to make a restaurant that was in this beautiful setting, And that was open to everybody to come. But that was being run by the Zen center. It was just really such a unusual idea and something that you know again. She was like, Oh, yeah, of course I would do something like that today, But we're talking, You know, a full generation ago, and it was unusual on s all of sudden. You found yourself. Without a huge having a big, big restaurant. And, uh, yeah, people paying to come this time It was crazy. It was really hard. I mean, I was stuck on the idea of maybe maybe a 10 seat restaurant, tiny little intimate thing. This was huge as you said, And you know the idea that we would chop garlic, you know, by hand or whatever it was Quickly, you know, gone. It wasn't like a 10 Person Cafe or even being in the they represent center with your folks coming in for dinner? No, we had 300. People at a time sometimes come in. In the very beginning. 250 people was usually what we served for lunch. Uh huh. And again, you're bringing in the general public, So I know it was a big concern to you to have, um, you know, something that felt like a satisfactory meal again something at the center of the plate. That was very I added cheese, all kinds of things where it didn't happen to be our wasn't needed, really. And since that I've taken it out, but because I was nervous. I didn't want people to go away hungry. And feeling that they hadn't been fed s. Oh, it was a little bit dicey. You know our first well, you did such a great job of it. And I just remember eating there at the time and just being, you know, blown away by the generosity of the food and the spirit of it and the Oh, the bread you did, like it wasn't the for gossip. Love. Yes. Yeah. And you pull it apart of the table, and, uh, yeah. Careful stuff. Yeah, it was from Yeah, we probably should at least give homage for your time at Chez Panisse. Since that is a legendary restaurant and Alice Waters, obviously a legendary figure in our culinary universe, and she had come to the garden originally, That's how you met her that I'm right. Yeah, she had come to gringo and the Abbot said, Why don't you show her and Lindsey shere around? But I did, And they were kind of mind. Especially Alice was iron. Let us and asking questions. And she was. She really wanted this food that we were growing from the restaurant. And then I started to ask them questions. And And this And finally she said, haven't you ever been, And I said no, I've never been. I never even heard of shape in these Really? I mean, I barely had heard of it. She said. Well, you must come bring a friend and come tomorrow night. So we did. We borrowed a car We went and it was this was the food that I always had wanted Teat. And cook, you know, and I recognized it immediately and and I went to work there. She she invited me to work there and I did for On and off for about 10 years. Oh, and it was again such a seminal time and Alice brought together such an amazing group of people yourself included, But Lindsay shares the pastry chef, and, oh, people that Santa fans know David Tanis and Mark Miller and forced through the kitchen at that time, folks, you just need to read the story..

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"sim center" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:42 min | 1 year ago

"sim center" Discussed on WTOP

"What's happenin, Rob would for Well it is cut day in the NFL. Michael 32 teams have to trim their rosters from 80 players down to 53 by 4 P.m. this afternoon. The Washington football team starting that process yesterday with a surprising release of Adrian Peterson had continued this morning with another surprising released this time safety Sean Davis out Despite giving getting a $2 million signing bonus in this offseason Now, David started 41 games over four seasons in Pittsburgh. He was expected to do so in Washington, but Troy AKI seize control of the competition early and will start the season opener against the Eagles next Sunday. Yesterday, Washington coach Ron Rivera spoke about his criteria for making the team. It's not just about the exes, nose and and and athleticism as Muchas is about knowing how to play the game have experienced played the game but also being a guy that fits and into the culture that you're trying To create, you know, we have to be smart about those decisions as well. Among other notable cuts reported today. Receivers trade Quinn and Cam Sim, center Ross Pierce, Bacher and tight end Richard Rodgers. Reuben Foster will miss yet another season in Washington. He's reportedly being placed on injured reserve Alex Smith is reportedly going to make the 53 man roster. This is the latest step in his miracle recovery from that devastating leg injury back in 2018. CBS Sports Jason Locke and for reporting Ryan Anderson is in coach Ron Rivera's plans this season and will not be traded. Despite rumors to the contrary, the Houston Texans into Shawn Watson have agreed to a four year extension worth $177.5 million, with nearly 111 million in guarantees. We are minutes from kickoff between the Washington spirit in Sky blue, FC and the kickoff to the league's fall. Siri's and better to have those mint juleps late than not at all right after a four month delay, 146 running Of the Kentucky Derby set to happen later today, protests and pandemic still rocking Louisville, but the race will go on Rob would forgettable e t o P Sports Thank you, Robyn. Just ahead on w th e. With covert 19 cases rising on some campuses across the U. S. Universities are struggling to get a system in place to take care of the sick students. It is 12 47 right now. At T Mobile, You can get two powerful iPhone 11 pros on us, which can come in handy if you're spending more time together than usual. Like me and Mike? Yeah, not a lot of meat on these days, But now we each have a knife on 11 pro So we can do our own thing in separate parts of the house. The three cameras they're perfect for capture my d I Y projects. I'm repaying the car and I can face time with my besties await. What are you doing to the car? Haven't you seen my posts? Oh, wow. The ultra white camera really captures all the Flames. Get.

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"sim center" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

05:31 min | 1 year ago

"sim center" Discussed on WTOP

"Public hearing in October. Supervisor Turner says the sponsor of the memorial, the American Legion, has agreed to a new plaque with names listed alphabetically. I want command of the F W in the American Legion. The goal is to install the new integrated plaque next year on the memorials 1/100 anniversary. Dick Uliano w T. O P. NEWS Maryland is trying to streamline the process of counting ballots that are sent through the mail, with state election leaders expecting a big surge in that kind of voting in November due to the Corona virus pandemic. Maryland's Board of elections approved to change that applies on Ly to this presidential election. It does away with the rule that required a team of people to count mail in ballots. Change allows for an individual election judge to canvass ballots by themselves just as long as the public is allowed to watch the process. The U. S. Postal Service's inspector general is searching for ways to improve the way it handles balance. It's uncovered a problem in Maryland that happened earlier this year ahead of the state's primary election. That audit finds that back in May 68,000 pieces of political male from a candidate sat around one postal facility in Baltimore four days it happened even though that processing a distribution center said political and election male had been cleared every day. Ballots were not affected in this case, however, since then postal workers Have said several sorting machines that often help with election male have been removed from mail facilities around the ST John Doman. W T O P News this Labour Day weekend. Even with the pandemic, lots of people are heading out of town, and some will see flashing lights behind them. With people looking for ways to get away for the long weekend safely. Most of them are driving. That means stayed in local looking for drivers who were doing it, Unsafely. In Maryland supers will be working overtime. Thanks. The highway Safety Grands Labor Day weekend is always near the top in terms of being most dangerous. And just remember, if you're hosting a Labor day best you could be held liable if someone you serve booze to ends up in an out the whole related crash. Neil Organ Stain Double GOP knows we're getting a better idea of just how severe a hit the local tourism industry has taken from the pandemic and what's being done to try to restore jobs and revenue. After welcoming nearly 23 million domestic visitors last year, D C is expecting that number to be cut in half for this year. With about 11 million domestic visitors expected, according to the group, Destination DC and looking ahead 2022 2021. It's going to be a slow climb out of where we are. Elliot Ferguson is the president and CEO of Destination D. C. We know that after 9 11 it took us 10 years, Teo get back to the numbers of visitors that we had. In 2000, he says they'll be appealing to those within driving range to visit the city and promoting new destinations like Black Lives Matter. Plaza John Aaron W. T O P. News It's 11 15 sports at 15 and 45, powered by Red River technology decisions aren't black. White think red. Here's Rob would for Sandy. The NFL teams have to pair Dara rosters down to 53 players by 4 P.m. this afternoon. The Washington football team with another surprise cut this morning as local product, Sean Davis said to be released despite receiving a $2 million signing bonus in the off season to be the presumed starting safety, But instead, it was Troy AKI. Grab control of the competition early and he has taken most of the first team reps opposite Landon Collins also reportedly released today. Receivers trade Quinn and Cam Sim, center Ross Pierce, Bacher and tight and Richard Rodgers. Linebacker Reuben Foster reportedly headed to injured reserve. Thus ending his season before it even begins for the second straight year. On a lighter note, the Adrian Peterson release has led to some changes in Jersey numbers, according to Ben, Standing at the Atlantic. Landon Collins is going back to his college number 26, which was vacated by Peterson's release, and with Collins, ditching 20 that will now go to Jimmy Moreland. And speaking of numbers to Shawn Watson, getting a lot of them on his paycheck from the Houston Texans. He's agreed to a four year extension reportedly worth a total of $177.5 million with 111 million and guarantees. The annual average of 39 million in base salary makes him the highest paid player in the NFL during the life of that contract. This, of course, as I starting to Baltimore as reigning MVP Lamar Jackson, Here's the time to extend his contract. Yesterday, the Nationals and Orioles started their doubleheader sport Lee, but both rallied to victory in the night cap the Nets ending their seven game losing skid, They'll look to beat the Braves again at 7 10, with Eric Betty, making his first career start in Atlanta. The Orioles after snapping a 19 games slide to the Yankees. Now go for their first win streak over the pinstripes and what feels like forever. Rob would fork W T OBY sports. It's 11 17. Right now. At T Mobile, You could get two powerful iPhone 11 pros on us, which can come in handy if you're spending more time together than usual like me and Mike. Yeah, not a lot of meat on these days, But now we each have a knife on 11 pro So we can do our own thing and separate parts of the house. The three cameras they're perfect for capture my D I Y projects. I'm repaying the car and I can face time with my besties. Wait! What are you doing to the car? Haven't you seen my posts? Oh, wow. 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"sim center" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"sim center" Discussed on WTOP

"Honda 10 45 now to Rob would for right, John. It is cut day in the NFL is all 32 teams have to trim their rosters from 80 players down to 53 by 4 P.m. this afternoon. The Washington football team started that process yesterday with a surprising release of Adrian Peterson, and it continued this morning with the surprising release of safety Sean Davis, despite giving him a $2 million signing bonus. Davis started 41 games over four seasons in Pittsburgh. He was expected to do so in Washington, but Troy AKI seize control of the competition early and we'll start the season opener against the Eagles next Sunday. Yesterday, Washington coach Ron Rivera spoke about his criteria for making the team. It's not just about the exes, nose and and and athleticism as Muchas is about knowing how to play the game, happy experience playing the game but also being a guy that fits and into the culture that you're trying to create. No, We have to be smart about those decisions as well. Among the other notable cuts reported today. Receivers trade Quinn and Cam Sim center Rush Ross Pierce Barker, who was 1/5 round pick last year in Reuben Foster will miss yet another season in Washington. He is reportedly being placed on injured reserve. Some breaking news out of Houston. ESPN is Adam Schefter reporting, the Texans and Shawn Watson have agreed to a four year extension. Worth $177.5 million With nearly 111 million in guarantees. It was a night to and local losing streaks as the nationals, Orioles and Mystics all ended long slides, The Nats and Orioles each winners in the back half of their doubleheaders. Both return to the field. After seven tonight, the Nats sending Eric Fed into the mound in Atlanta for his third career appearance against the Braves, and the O's go with rookie Keegan taken against the Yankees. The Mystics beat the Chicago Sky to end a five game losing streak last night. And better to have the mint juleps lates, then not at all rights After a four month delay, the 146 the running of the Kentucky Derby happens today. With protests and a pandemic still rocking Louisville. Rob would fork W T OBY sports and still ahead. A local professor who falsely claimed to be black will not be teaching classes this fall. It's 10.

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"sim center" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

06:31 min | 1 year ago

"sim center" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"If you you're running and you've got your 50 points ahead of a napo moment, it doesn't make a lot of sense to have a debate my mind at that point, but but When we're talking about the presidency, Yes, we need to see you stand up for our country and be able to think on my own. Especially what could be we're told a very close writes. I hope that President Trump blows it away. You know, we have been so blessed by the grace of God, and it's a good thing. I'm not God. I would have already given up on us the way we turned our back on God. Thank God, God, And I'm not and what you've written, you know? Ah, but God has given us another chance, and we need to make for use of it. And these people that think that communism I mean, I know you talked about the black lives matter. You look, it's basically right out of the Communist made a manifesto wraps itself in the veneer of equality, but it's it's and I'm so glad You mentioned that because I really want to have you weigh in on this one of the things that I heard mentioned at the convention last night with our Trump, and then you know, you see what's happening on the streets in Kenosha. You see what's been going on in Minneapolis. It was stated that This is not like other elections. You know, in the past, it's always okay. What policies air. Better Republican Democrat. Let's get into the weeds. Yes, you do that still, but at the same time This isn't just a difference between Democrat Republican anymore. This is a difference between socialism and ultimately freedom. Auras. Freeze you, Khun! Get it! I I think that that is pretty accurate. What is your What is your thought on this? And do you think that I mean, I would hope that voters realize this. I think maybe some of them are when they see what's happening in Kenosha, which is why Trump's approval rating is starting to rise. Your thoughts. Well, you understand when you're talking about socialism, communism progressivism, whichever you want to call it and you go back to the proponents, whether it's mark's angles. Lannon mean all of these people have talked about how you cannot have socialism. Communism progressivism Bolshevism. And still believe in God. So a cz dusty of ski, you know he was combating in riding some of the ideas that marks and put forth, but he apes pointed out the problem. With Communism, where he may have said socialism is not economic. The problem is eight years. Um, and then I know when I was an exchange student for a summer with their right Americans allowed in that some room program and we were going into the on ly. Authorize seminary, Russian author Docks church It was allowed a seminary. I think they had 40 people a year that could be brought in and as you turn into the gates is Seemed like couple hours outside of Moscow Zagorska name, but there was a building there and it had a painting of Lenin space and then in Russian linen is NAMI. Linen is with us. You may be going into the similar, but you need to know there is no God. It's linen. That's with us. And that's the way it is. You have t have Progressivism, socialism and us face it Communism. They never really had communism. True Communism. There's no government and Khrushchev himself gave up on that notion that there would never be a system without government because you've got to have totalitarianism. But you can't have freedom of religion. You can't have the freedom of speech. You can't have freedom of assembly. And really, that's exactly what we're seeing in these places that have been taken over by the Marxist gangs of You know whether you led by Antifa or BLM? It's you know, like a manifesto, one of the things they're going to eliminate, they said the Western style family Well, you know, it's not a Western style family is the family that Moses talked about that if you believe in God that God gave to Moses and he said Man shall leave his father Mother woman leave her home to become one. And then when Jesus was asked about, he quoted the same thing. So what we have here in the West is not Western style families. It is Middle Eastern. It's Judeo Christian families, and that's something that the Socialists want to get rid of. It even marks. Had talked about G to do this right? We can have such a better society. If the government takes over the care of Children and parents will be free to do what they want. They won't have freedom of religion, speech or assembly, or any of those things won't have guns or weapons. But they'll have all this new freedom to do what they want. And I got cold chills when a Went into a daycare SIM center back in the seventies, and I said, You know, Children don't belong to the parents. They belong to our government. And if a parent tries to teach anything negative about our government, we immediately removed the Children and put him in a home where they're taught the right things. And I thought, Thank God literally. This is not the way it is in the United States and now mercy, and that's where they want to go. That's where they want to go. And there are a lot of stories about that. That's a whole other discussion with regards to the education and this lock down. We're out of time right now, though, but, Congressman we gotta have you because that's an angle will explore. Definitely, and I'm glad that that's being highlighted as the civil rights issue of our time by Republicans right now, so happy to see that your aunt that you're on the road to recovery bravery to get your strength back, Congressman God bless Sha and take care of. We'll talk again.

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"sim center" Discussed on ROADIUM RADIO

ROADIUM RADIO

08:22 min | 2 years ago

"sim center" Discussed on ROADIUM RADIO

"We got something in the works. Okay now Where can people expect to purchase this music? Would it be on all platforms as well as you gotta be at a specific website or on on a deserted platforms? Okay okay whenever you drop any of this. Please let me know and we'll promote here. Okuda were promoting the maybe you can Which brother or maybe some of the artists. Yeah Chop it up and talk about it and push it and you know help you help you do what you love. Yeah thank you know what I'm saying because I'M GONNA take one of the reasons. Why one of the reasons that encourage me to start this. This podcast is because when I was crying when I was still filming. Were editing. This documentary too. When you're when you're at it almost three hour documentary. I was literally reaching out to a lot of people that what did they had a small podcasts or big podcast where even radio stations and believe me. I think I've got a lot of turned like people would turn me down now. It's okay but and a lot of these were not only Chicano websites Chicano podcast and some of these will be radio stations. If you will and were turning me down men that they were down and I'm GonNa say this and a this really hurt me because I'm not all to try to make people look bad. Yes but these were my own people telling me this when I would play him a clip of my documentary. They said No. Because there's blacks in its that's what they that's what they said and I and I said well I'll Mexican you know aren't you gonNA. Isn't that good enough. You know know you know. How does that sound to everybody in the outside listening you know what? I'm saying I would never do that. I would never do that so I got turned down. Here's the funny part when this podcast taken off so most people that turned down wouldn't get into any of us. They hit me up. And then when are you going to interview like they had really fucking audacity to ask me you know and I just say you know what role I can't help you. I didn't wish no. Ill will on them. But I just can't help you because they shut the door on me. You know what I'm saying and get biddle not here you know anyways other than that. How can people reach you? I think we've been putting up your part of your own. I'm sorry you're on Instagram Jonah. We put up his instagram. Okay yeah so people can reach. Your instagram is that would it could reach you for possible booking or whatever. Yeah Yeah. Everything's on facebook. Nothing I do have a facebook. Hardly ever on their same thing. I like to post on my facebook and get out. Yes you know. I'm already old but I consider facebook to be for old people like you know what I'm saying like walkers yet and believe disrespect. I know some people are going to say fuck you Tony but believe me. I like instagram. A maybe I'll get into quitter my daughter try to convince me to get on twitter but I'm not going to get into twitter but other than that at this time any shot. You WanNa give a while. My boy org grabs a chair is just right down next to you to my family. My my wife Melissa. My Daughter Research Artisan Mason there are. There aren't really kids. My family are big big. Big Big magic manager matters. I'm here he's always looking out Blanca from Bobby. She's always looking out for me And other artists my my brother. Love's sicko focus little brother Bundy dog dope while you're passing the MIC to him. I'M GONNA go ahead and give my shot outside so he can get a little bit comfortable Once again Johnny after my shot. I'll put the camera back on. Og Big wicked first of all. Thank John The book and Elkins and I want to take my boy Digi Daniel Jones and also. I wanted to give a shout out to bobby presents. Because she was supposed to come here she actually wanted to come here and show today but I know she kind of lose a distance from here but once again I support those that support me by up his apparel by him out shirts hats everything you want. He gave me the website or you can hear them up at On instagram you saw his instagram. Their OJEP- big wicked him up there or he will lead you to the website or whatnot and you buy him out. I want to help him promote and sell all of his ship. Okay so once again Would you be wicked? You have a couple of shots. You had a couple of things you wanted to save him a job though you think you avoid her meeting me for the platform issue network as I mean. That's only this dollars reviewing still are appreciated. Real quick almost shadow but I wanted to say to the haters shade. First of all I mean bullet Dick. Thank you for watching us in the comments. Lambing again help. I go fucking issues but other than that. I mean for God's sake nominee autonomy. Your took the job Tuesday to they. We have a special guest okay. So you're GONNA WANNA tune in all the way from the LBC. You're going to want until Tuesday upholstered supplier tomorrow for Tuesday and I'm also going to post it tomorrow for my Wednesdays guest on Wednesdays we have a west coast legend And in my opinion on Tuesday West Coast legends from the LBC. So stay up. Stay blessed Rhodium radio episode. Thirty seven. Little Blackie only big weekend from the big Ole See. Go ahead you. I saw a collaboration. Some make this an amine wicked from Brown side The three boys little dangerous drave these are upcoming collaborations. So y'all know shit so get that voice little danger and probably be Otiji from Senator Dole threats from Compton Stopper. Sim Center from a crime. Family tests from Riverside differ steel snooze. GonNa Legrand Yatta from Columbia Corey out there in Egypt. Madam. Ashiq orders. Part of Brown's side and author may go we got a little southside worldwide. 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"sim center" Discussed on FOCUS on POCUS?

FOCUS on POCUS?

04:09 min | 2 years ago

"sim center" Discussed on FOCUS on POCUS?

"Simulators where in fact in the future especially on performance based examined what we call performance based assessments such as the Sinaga for maybe that in fact The the credentialing examination is performance on the simulator That's something that we're looking towards the future where you would go to a Sim Center and actually you perform some modules or procedures on simulator during that in fact we'll be your credentialing examination. Oh Yeah that will be neat so talk about the need for partnerships and the alliance is is that Intel ethos could be considering or looking down how that would happen. Yeah well one thing that we've learned over the years I've learned over the years and especially since under the intelligence umbrella as we are mobilizing and and coming into contact and with healthcare providers ultrasound professionals and medical imaging professionals around the world. It's a big world out there. And although Intel Yo says one of the larger jour- organizations in our space of certification and healthcare. There is no way we can meet our mission which is again to improve global health through assessments without partnership and alliances and these partnerships and alliances can will will need to be with within the education space space. I do think there's a lot of area where education providers and certification Experts can come together to make Learning and assessment one where they worked together in combination where for instance an individual goes through an educational training training module for some type of ultrasound at the end of it. Not only do you get a certificate of completion for the education but you actually get your certificate your proficiency certificate as well from from Antonio so to speak at the same time. That'd be a wonderful thing that can only happen through partnerships and alliances the skill sets that breadth of knowledge The resources that are going to be needed to really implement a global Global Standard for point of care ultrasound or any types of ultrasound Downer any areas of healthcare is immense and to think that any organization can do it alone. is delusional to be honest and so we are looking for partnerships like minded societies possibly governments ministries of Health For profit companies. That may deal in educational technology or other equipment companies to partner to see how we can put together programs that can actually meet the need for the benefit of the patient in which the patient can be ensured that the person performing an ultrasound on them is proficient and that is very exciting because these partnerships and alliances will just really form a very good coalition of quality. Because what we're really about as quality and We're just looking to do good so That that's really our goal. It's you know if we if the organization grows because we're we're we're doing our mission rights so be but the real purpose is. How can we improve? Patient care using ultrasound in other areas but mainly ultrasound sound. And that's that's very promising. It's very exciting And these partnerships alliances are coming together. People do want to work together for the good and I'm very proud to be associated with that. Well they have it Dale sear. CEO UNTIL IOS and Dell. We really appreciate Asia. You taking the time to be here today. It's an honor to have you on our podcast in your contribution and discussions about patient safety assessments assessments for advanced patient. Care is commendable and thank you very much. Well thank you.

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"sim center" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

10:23 min | 2 years ago

"sim center" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"A overcast and grey and miserable Tuesday here on seven hundred WLW we got this going until we're gonna talk a lot of baseball this morning as I think after a what what happened this weekend that honestly we need a whole first sent a lot more positive what you think so and is the tragedy this weekend as I called yesterday black Monday today's read Tuesday today is red Tuesday will be focusing on of course the the signing of yet another big name for the Reds and needless to say it as murderers row down a great American ball park is a press conference today schedule for eleven o'clock to introduce Nicholas Caskey on us from the cubs in this is a a a a much much greater line up to the red hat last year obviously Tommy thrall be a little bit later on also talk about the likelihood that the shortstop Francisco indoor comes to Cincinnati from Cleveland but before we get to that we have this story what changes are in store for Major League Baseball the season and that one of the things you hear a lot about is the the netting issue and of course great American ball park extending the netting is other parks have to as well because so many people are getting injured and hurt sitting there watching the spectator sport of baseball during any Q. hearing centers dot com hotline is a lady who is pushing and Major League Baseball to extend the netting all the way down the fall line for name is Tina Simpson and a dina is in Cleveland and she was a a baseball game and what was seriously seriously injured because of a fall ball welcome to the show here in Cincinnati how are you good how are you I'm doing fine your ad a Lake County captains game a couple years ago actually been in that ballpark well my dad was around we want their color color ball game up there it's it's a it's a nice little made a minor league baseball stadium so tell me about your situation what happened to you and then from there we'll talk about what changes once in MLB so when I was there with my family in may of two thousand seventeen and we were sitting in sitting and beyond the dugouts and the third base side in and the top of the ninth inning a line drive came at me and hit me directly on my right eye and it was horrible there was blood everywhere it was gruesome I had to be rushed to the hospital in didn't come home for three days do you probably had no idea what happened getting struck were you seated relative to where where can you give us a description the first base line the third base line where yeah it was on the third baseline sections passed the dugout rate where the little elbow is okay where does he could turn a little bit back more towards the field and I got so we were we were pretty far out now some people say since they go well and I'm sure you've heard this argument to that that you know this is why when the ball's in play you're supposed to pay attention yeah we were you talking to someone or eating nachos were you looking at your iPhone were you talking to turn the person behind worried it in I mean I'm sure you've heard that argument before right how would you dismiss the I was paying attention and I was paying attention the whole game my kids were listening so that was a worry and they get lost in the sky the balls they get lost in the light the sale last summer so fast that a lot of times you don't even know where they landed my husband side hit our way and send heads up he didn't even get to finish those two words before that are being and so to the people that stayed pay attention he knows it's not a valid argument you can pay attention all you want you have virtually no time to react well see this in your defense the that we're told to pay attention we drive all the time if you have us do right because there's so many distractions out there now you're sitting at a baseball game today in twenty twenty eighteen twenty to twenty twenty signed nineteen twenty it's twenty twenty you're sitting there in in ballparks especially if you've been to I'm sure you've been to Indians games before too as well we're in Cleveland but here in Cincinnati the Reds they do a wonderful job during the game of diverting your attention away from things are so many things to see and do and smell and look at they encourage you to be on your phone because they have the the what the in park wifi and all these things because we live in a society it wasn't the fault of Major League Baseball is the fault of data sim center Scott Sloan it is the way society's change that everything is competing for attention all the time and we live in an eighty H. D. world there's no doubt about it and so they actually courage you to look away from the action based on what they're doing in the ballpark and so what winds up Pat it's awfully difficult to play even when the ball's in play because of the length of the game and all the things around you and so that may have been true thirty or forty years ago but it's not true today things have changed in in in regard to that I I think netting is a good idea how are you working though with MLB to try to get this change and they are not working with me directly and I contacted representatives Patterson two and a half years ago shortly after I was injured I I hope with the mayor of the city of the cycle call Perkins and I explained to him what happened and he just after that I'm going to go to the fire into the dark out so my feet to this day still remains and protected so I contacted representatives Patterson because I get a lot of research after this happened to me I should say I'm permanently blind in my I. I'll never get my vision back and I also suffered a concussion a broken nose and many many months as I doctor appointments not knowing if my eyesight to be saved or not it was a very traumatic and so I contacted him I had done a lot of research you know I felt like in the beginning when it happened that I'm the only one that's happened to like this is freaky you now I did a lot of research and what I am covered with sickening how many people there actually are that for years and years this has been going on and Major League Baseball and minor league baseball virtually did nothing except put a sign out in the park saying watch out for fall ball but they know that we don't stand a chance against and especially today when the ball her flying off the bat it over a hundred miles an hour right well here here great American ball park the Reds put netting up voluntarily that's goes from the far ends of both dugouts it but I I'm trying to think how far to say some of the third base line seats that are still pretty exposes where you are and I've set those before here in Cincinnati and I'll tell you what is a grown man who played sports I was I was pretty nervous because those balls are coming at you the hook in their curve in and you know in the blink of an eye that thing is past you so it's pretty sobering to set their you know I can bring a glove with me and a lot of people do set no seats for that very reason we've got a ball bore ball girl there but general that's just to deal with the ball to the field of play so it doesn't run out to the outfield so a is for those of us sitting in the stands it's a different story entirely and I wonder how much pressure though a state lawmaker can put on the NC a Major League Baseball is almost something needs to be addressed today at a congressional level yeah I agree it it's something that needs to be investigated and my eyes as to how they allow this to go on for so long and just last week ESPN released a statement saying that the uncovered court documents just at Wrigley Field alone in in five years it was over a hundred people per season so if you take that times the thirty major league ballparks that's nearly three thousand people a year getting hurt across the country and that doesn't even include minor league and for me knowing what I've suffered Devon acceptable something needs to be done somebody needs to step in I'm a little girl that got hit in a in a Major League Baseball game and and right where the netting ended two we had a unfortunately the the real tragedy is that lady at Dodger Stadium that got hit and dying as a result of her injuries from a baseball right and so now we've got to voluntarily like the Reds the Indians putting the netting up but in some cases it probably doesn't extend far enough I could see Major League Baseball well I I don't know if see their argument about putting the netting up but I guess the question is how far do you extend the netting up but what what is a safe distance you know behind the dugouts because we seem phone dia bats flying across the dug out and hitting people in the first few rows the dog out it's pretty scary so they have the netting there but those third base line seats to me man I especially the way the newer parts are designed so that you're literally looking right down the base line at the batter if that's over the head of the batter into the crowd it's at the those of some dangerous seats to sit in I could see netting going up there too as well how far do you want to see how far far should tell how often should go all the way down the fall line to to go up to you know up twenty feet how far what what would satisfy well hi bill proposes that it should go from foul pole to foul pole in an all major and minor league ballparks and it should go the height where everybody in that what we're seeking goal is protected because at the end of the day nobody should leave a ball park with a permanent disability and the safety and security of the human being is the most important yeah I I was I see the the netting now that they have and sometimes like the old netting that you have almost like a I don't know like like like old school a tennis Natter something's real thank you now even if you look down the sideline a kind of if you look down it it really distorts the view of what you're trying to say but there's no materials out there though that are that are phenomenal it really you don't have that problem I just I don't understand the argument against it I don't even know if there is an argument is there it is is anyone told you this is a bad idea I'm now not in real life on the internet they do of course as I can find any here on the internet I've never come across anybody you know a lot of people don't go to baseball games all the.

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"sim center" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

The Smoking Tire

02:57 min | 3 years ago

"sim center" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

"Footer you my friends best price. Okay. On this episode. This one's really cool. Okay. So there's a dude named Chris Constan, and he had a place called. Simulators, which is a crazy full motion simulation simulator rig that they build and sell for homes or for promotional uses. And they had like you could go demo them at their factory. So it's it's right by the airport. And so I would go play when I would drive a new racetrack. I'd go over and practice in the simulator. Little bit is great fun. They just opened a new place here in Los Angeles called base fifty one which is an actual sim center open to the public. So they have these big full motion SIMS they've got food. They've got booze and you can come. They're all linked you can raise your friends it's super super fund, and he's in studio talking about it today, Chris constant from base fifty-one sim center here in L A on the tar podcast. Hey, what it's this entire podcast. Hello, everybody. What's happening? Good evening. Good afternoon. Good evening and good night. We got shows fucking everyday this week. So I hope I hope y'all wanna talk about cars, we are live from the studio. And fortunately all this week. I scheduled the shows after hours Chris did you happen to look outside. This window was getting headphones. Did you see what's going on out there this shit show? That's happening outside of our window right now. Yeah. They there is massive construction happening around center window, and they make all the fucking noise. Which when when you are immediately facing them and your whole purpose for existing is recording audio God, dammit. Chris constan? How you doing brother? I'm pretty good. You are one of the preeminent simulator folks in the area. I guess so it doesn't say a lot about the industry, then maybe not. But does this podcast. Yeah. There you go. You are presumably still with simulators. Yeah. And you now have your new facility base fifty one which is on Instagram at bay base dot five one five one which I found out about this place. Only recently base. Fifty one Efren called me said, you gotta go down there. I've been on the road like twenty fucking days of the last month. So have had chance yet. But it looks cool as fuck what is based fifty one and my personal Blake around. It's if I wanted to build a place that I would hang out with at all the time. But the real answer actually is my day job is to Runcie humiliations and build racing leaders for professional racecar drivers or those who have not heard of the simulation..

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"sim center" Discussed on Happier in Hollywood

Happier in Hollywood

02:50 min | 3 years ago

"sim center" Discussed on Happier in Hollywood

"Helps me calm down after a long day as you can tell I'm not great at acceptance. But instead of always trying to fix my problems. Now, Jane reminded me a lot of you, partly because of the audiobooks thing. But also the way you talk about living in Encino like you like kind of us getting away and those that drive through the hills relaxes you and makes you feel like you're transitioning from work to home. Yes. Absolutely. When I see like all the trees and the. Lean especially now with the rain. It's so beautiful. My it helps me unwind. Yes. Absolutely. And then my very favorite comment, maybe ever is from Alexandra who said my family, and this might be a Puerto Rican thing had a saying when someone was driving like a jerk. It basically translated to the person must be pooping himself. But with uglier words, it always made me laugh now as an adult, I still think that when I see bad driving, and it puts me in a laugh mindset, rather than a rage mind. Oh my God. That's funny genius. And I also my thing now and forever is going to be to say that whenever I see someone driving like crazy because I think that in the future it will stop Bislett from driving like crazy. She's like sixteen in new in a car and zipping down the freeway, I want her to think like oh my God. Someone's going to think I have diarrhea. Therefore, I must live is an excuse to die fast. This. I think she'll be like, okay. I got a slowdown. Yes, I have to. Well. Thank you, everyone for your responses. This you know, traffic is one of the Baynes of our existence. But you know, what would I tell myself that I'm in traffic? I live in California. I'm so lucky. It is worth every bit of traffic. I love this city. You are a true Californian. Next on the Californians. Blodget me over. Maybe you should get guy before Stewart's have all right? Oh, sing gonna take. Can you drive or sim center and then make a left and gum four or five north from there? Just get off from all hauling brutally like that. Sara as you've heard me talk about a lot twenty nineteen is all about losing weight for me now sticking to a weight loss plan can be hard, especially when you don't know how to handle the thoughts and obstacles that might have held you back in the past. But I am finding the Neum app to be incredibly helpful. Yes. As a my were both using the new map, and I will say I have lost nine pounds since we started using it. I have also lost over ten pounds. I have stand as the most satisfying motivating thing..

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