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How To Get Kids To Drink Water

Healthy Eating For Kids

06:36 min | 3 months ago

How To Get Kids To Drink Water

"Hello and welcome back everybody. I hope you're having a lovely summer willing to do this. Probably lots of bad days I certainly had mine yesterday and I hope that you've had a chance to tune into last week's episode where I will a lovely client of mine came on the PODCAST, share her journey of working through a special diet to manage jars, persistent constipation, and of course, the biggest transformation and I still not saying this to her. I couldn't believe you know watching her son on the screen and. and seeing how much he had grown, he was quite quite slim when I met him any his weight center of it sort of caught up with his length. Santana was really nice to see that he had such a lovely transformation from working with me now I'm sure you're wondering whether my Holly Street. Clinic will be reopening I've just holding fire on that I. will be watching with interest everything that we'll be developing in the news and the guidelines that things are that, but until there are more clear. Guidelines on the safety aspects and things like that I will continue to work with you. As video consultations, I use a video conferencing platform called zoo, and that's been working really well. It means that I've been able to offer you evening appointments and of goes Saturday morning appointments and I think you'll agree. That has worked really well. It has been that you could. We could share screens. We share resources. It's been a really nice way a working. Together. The only thing I'd say is that you know e-. I've had to rely on you to do the growth measurements for me, but apart from that the video conferencing has no in really really well, so if you have been thinking about working with me, then I've got a few programs now and these programs have been tested and tries and sort over the years not being. For fifteen years I'd say my private practice. Really launched when my first child was born, and so it's around five years old now, and during that time always offered video connotations, and it's my services have certainly evolved over the years and the programs that are currently offer inclusive course of Fussy eating solutions of the vegan nutrition program and I also have the milk allergy program, and these specifically for if you suspect your child may have delays cosmopolitan allergy and it lied to work with someone like me. Who has years of experience working with children? And of course twelve of those years were at the world, renowned gretel mystery children's hospital where we've seen children from. Loads and notes of backgrounds, different backgrounds so without further ado, let's get started with this week's podcast episode all about fluids, but before I forget always forget to let you know that you can book a free fifteen minute call with navy to know all the different ways of working with me whether that's as part of my programs that are specific for the different. Nutrition problems that you'd want me. Media Help you solve or navigate and manage all if he just offer one of consultation on a very very specific nutrient problem that did not discuss it me then I do have a variety of ways that you can work with me. So I was watching the news this morning and I was so excited. That is going to get really hot next week. What my husband said Oh my goodness. That's too hot for me. Temperatures getting up to the D. degrees that Sina. He finds that really really hot, but I'm excited. I love hot weather so. But of course I'm sure you're thinking I've got to make sure that the kids drink plenty of liquids and absolutely rise have got seven tried and tested ways to get toddler Dettori water and this blog post that have for you has been really really popular Saito. This is the perfect time to shine these tips with you as a podcast episode, and of course, the first most obvious is to run through, and that goes without saying just like you would for picky eating. We know that children mimic behavior, so make sure that your drinking regularly as well especially the type of fluids that you choose would be really important now I. Have a confession to make. I am not the biggest fan of Water I. Know you're probably thinking what sort of Dietitian doesn't drink water well. When we moved, I was around thirteen years when we moved from. Oman's ice live in mind when we moved to. New Zealand, the water in New Zealand Israeli men wrote tasting. It has really. which actually is maybe lovely in hindsight, but you can't say that water doesn't have it taste. I obviously have very high on hypersensitive to taste and I found the taste of water. It just didn't appeal to me at the time and so I. Would you drink flavored water? Are they confess I did drink things like dont trains as a teenager and things like that I swipe. Not Great Choices, but of course because I was also very active in love. Running quite early on I think started running around sixteen years. Dittrich Water I. Probably could have drunk more often than say things like cups of tea, which I drink at the moment or coffee in the morning so. Luckily eight my girls do drink water my new. My husband drinks always as a water bottle in the fridge and he's always drinking from that. As the girls you know, they look up to their dad quite a bit, and they always make sure that they drink with sometimes. They noticed that I do need to remind them

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ESPN's Michael Jordan documentary - Reactions to Episodes 5 and 6 of 'The Last Dance'

30 For 30 Podcasts

04:27 min | 5 months ago

ESPN's Michael Jordan documentary - Reactions to Episodes 5 and 6 of 'The Last Dance'

"Welcome to the JALEN and Jacoby after show. Jalen once again here I am live with you right. After two episodes of the last dance on a Sunday night that again blew my mind. It just keeps getting better and better every single Sunday night. What are your initial reactions from episode? Five and six so many different reactions. Jacoby Your Guy de Thomas was left off the Dream Team. Michael Jordan sort of separate himself a little bit from that decision. I WanNa Talk Salazar raising hair about that. These episodes Jalen rose. I loved watching the greatest of all time. The grote one of the best athletes that this species ever produce struggle on the golf course just like my driver Michael Jordan. Only feel you my time. I'M GONNA give everybody an underlying theme somebody to play with the Bulls after Jordan air. Something that I saw that after this moment everybody that Sina Dot can now run with Republican. Something so the. Nobody's discussing you notice. A couple of the Bulls employs like the equipment guy. Light the media relations sky people that were really close to Jerry Cross. They envied Michael Jordan. Success and fame. They envied it. Remember the part where he even called his security sniff. Brothers remember that part of course as people who now know all of the parties involved and same thing with Pr. It was like Oh. They thought he was such a big deal. Yeah he was the biggest deal and so this is what went through. The building ultimately led to their overall demise after the winning six championships well. I'm glad you mentioned his success. And his fame because that was explored in depth this evening and not always the positive and we do see the positive the endorsements and the deal with Nike. But we also see the negative and it seemed like he was a hostage in his own hotel room and they did a really good job of just sort of what. It's like to be Michael Jordan. Now you know what? It's like to leave a hotel room and a half fans outside a hotel and going arena and have people want your signature but granted you regret. Nba Player superstar. But nothing to the level of Michael Jeffrey Jordan during the Mid Nineties and this documentary this evening did a really good job of showing how. That's something that we all want. We all want to be like Mike. But when you are Mike you want to not be like Mike. And it was such a such a really well done portray. It's a IT'S A. It's a sentiment that we've seen so many documentaries in so many behind the music's where oh it was fame and we wanted. We want we want it. We got it and then it turned bad but I felt like this evening. The did a really good job of explaining exactly why. And how and what? The experience was like for Michael Jordan. During that time what do you think? I think it's great throughout these series to acknowledge how he became the best player in the League in eighties. The most dominant in exciting player that the game has seen and then how he elevated one three in a row and became the goat at that point. Just think about it. He had three Peter something that Magic Bird Isaiah. Dr J. hadn't done. He was the goat. Then Jacoby just think about that. He was the goat before he left the game. And so having him on your squat and being able to go anywhere. He can't take one step out of his room without being acknowledged he's the most famous pitch man on the earth. Commercials movies like it. Just didn't stop his popularity so nobody will be able to garner Garner what he was able to do as far as making the game mainstream and it also showed immense pressure that that

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Feel Good Habits | Jordan Samuel

The Emma Guns Show

08:32 min | 5 months ago

Feel Good Habits | Jordan Samuel

"Jordan. Now we've done together but this is your first appearance on the show. I am so excited and so honored seriously hundred. Honored thank you. I've been such a fan. I've Yup such thank you so much. There's very nice of you to say now. We met only a few weeks ago and I would like to think it was. I like to think it was cute. It was love affair size far as I'm concerned and partly because you are such good energy we had a good fund giggle fast time. He met which was very very lovely at your launch in London. We had a lovely dinner. Didn't we always amazing if we could go back? That'd be lovely and it was a nice lemon meringue pudding. If memory serves yes well so just seeing that you would be a really good person to speak to feel good habits because you seem like good energy or very disciplined and yeah. I just really wanted to find out from you. What your feel good habits are like what do you do? Whether it's you can't make up in the morning or you just think oh I just want to roll over and stay in bed all day or when you just feel like life really isn't going your way. What your strategies are that help you keep moving forward because you all the founder and CEO of Jordan Samuel. Skin you have pushed to business. Forward is a very competitive place. So what are your star student? I love this topic. Because it's you know it's really really critical now but in general. I just think it's it's great to always have in your back pocket and something that not to get too far into this but I was formerly Professional Ballet Dancer Which was my entire identity for the whole life and when I retired from that there was a bat an eye transition to skin but I felt like I still have one foot in each professional. Most I hadn't fully grieved my professional ballet career but I wasn't fully established in my aesthetic skincare career and I went through like a really bad outings. -iety stress and anxiety for the first time in my life so and was put on like a low dose of medication which I hate it and immediately got off because it was helping but I was not myself and I knew that was wrong but anyway through all of that I found meditation looming to me. That is just like my number. One feel-good tip and meditation that works for you so this is not me doing an hour every day carving out time stressing about the amount of time. I have to do it Funny enough since we've now been working from home being inside not being able to go out. I will do meditation for three minutes. If I've three minutes I will just sit and close my eyes and do breath work do a little mantra or five minutes or whatever that time period is I really haven't actually done it for more than probably five in the past few weeks but just that consistency of quieting your mind as much as possible for me it helps. I don't see how structure the day it helps put me gets me in a different mindset for the day so then if the news happens to be on the way I'm reacting to. The news tends to be a little bit better if I had that little. Bit of something going on If Ya I mean it all comes back to the news. Whether you're reading the news online on Social Media Sina posts on social media that maybe sets you off or actual news on the television But simple and you know the thing too is i. I really recommend that people look into it because people think they need to sit and be quiet and not have thought come into their mind and if they don't have that they're failing at meditation which could not be further from the truth. The whole process is to sit there with those thoughts. Let those thoughts come in acknowledged them and then let them go doing that. Until you sort of are in that silence base and that might be like for me. Now meditated for years and some days are better than others and some days there it is clear mind and other days that mine is not clear whatsoever. But that's not the point. The point is is consistency In that so for me meditation is like my number one. You can do it from anywhere you can do it laying down you can do it sitting. Ideally get a quiet space turnover. But I'll do it laying in bed and just close my eyes and do some breath work and there's great ads. Some are free a lot of free right now. Actually Guided Meditations Oprah and Deepak Chopra. That's actually how I got into meditation. Funny enough was Oprah and Deepak. Chopra did their first like twenty one day. Meditation Challenge Years Ago. Maybe like eight years ago at this point I did it and it was great because it explained everything and it it gave you the guided meditations. It just put sort of tools in your hands and I and I love that. Do you remember the first time you meditated and did you feel ridiculous or Sub Question? How long before you realize it was actually having an effect? I felt ridiculous because I was doing the whole thing. Like you know I'd cross my legs. I was home which you can do. You don't have to do. But like there is that nice sort of peacefulness to it. But yes no. I felt like a farce away. It was not something that I'd ever like tuned into. Were was into didn't really know what I was doing but I did it. It was sort of. I got to the point where I'm like. I don't WanNa do this. So let's try this and But then I'm trying to think I was one of those things where it probably started helping from day one but it wasn't until probably six months later where I realized. Oh my mood actually been fine lying. It wasn't you know so there wasn't a time period where I noticed it immediately work probably months afterward. I realized oh I have been stressed. I haven't been anxious and realized that that period had gone on for a long time. Tracing it back so yeah. It's just a little bit to me. I liken it to taking medicine or taking well no. That's not fair because I actually will take medicine doesn't make you feel better but I think that has a negative connotation but to me is more of A. It's a workout for the brain. So you got a good sense of wellbeing afterwards too and without wanting to revisit difficult place but do you have just a way that. I feel like if you had to describe it to someone who anxiety manifested it was just complete impending doom out of control not out of control. It wasn't ever dangerous it wasn't ever but it was. It was just yet impending doom. It was like everything was bad. Like the walls caving in it that the best way to describe it just anything whether it was health or business or personal life it just felt like I would always go to the negative. I was in a bad loop in my head really an explanation of it yesterday. I read it somewhere which is is being trapped in the present by the fear of the future. Yeah exactly exactly. That's exactly what I had a little bit of grieving the past which I think through in a whole different type of like bad mix to a absolutely. That's a great. Yeah that's perfect. And so if someone's listening to this thinking okay. I keep hearing people talk about meditation. I get I'm going to give it a go is there. Is there a resource that you would recommend that you whether you try to yourself with you know that your friends have had success with when you suggested it to them? Honestly it's the I would start with Oprah and Deepak show premeditation challenge. It's there is a website for it because they just waiting yes and they just launched a new one maybe a few days ago maybe a week ago in reference to everything. That's going on now so I think that's helpful but what I like about. It is Deepak Chopra specifically walks you through as a beginner things. You might feel ways. You might be wall meditating how to sort of let that come in and come out. There's great APPs once. You sort of. Get the gist of it. Perfect starting place. Because there's there's explanation behind that you're not just jumping in with music and a mantra or something which would be absolutely fine but I like a little bit more explanation so people know what to expect

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Blizzard sues Sina Games for blatant Warcraft rip-off Glorious Saga

The Frazley Report - Your Weekly World of Warcraft News

02:36 min | 1 year ago

Blizzard sues Sina Games for blatant Warcraft rip-off Glorious Saga

"I didn't reports that one point one million viewers tuned into watch classic and i was one of those dreamers what they're able to get in. I was playing games starting valid issues so reports that not only has been trending on twitter instead of the usual political out there but the stock for activism blizzard rose by six percent at its peak so there have been long queues release on the larger rooms. There's even some queue queuing queues august twenty. Seventh wizard changed how they were showing one. I sources said that even a medium server was giving them a long queue after update. We'll have to wait. I mean probably longer than five our cues to see how it pans out so pleasure to increase the maximum players a lot in classrooms adding new realm since launch. One thing that bush is doing to alleviate cues is a new service called wild prime or the order. You are verified by the higher party you get in the clus accused. Has you have less time hammed experience classic both in the normal day and age because statistically many the older age have already experienced classic already on launch day once they got the game. It was actually a really cool hectic experience. There were hordes of players camping mobs. Even on the alliance and in some places people were lining up to take on specific quest mobs or pick up an item for quests very civil even vendor set up a certain line cues players are willing and he starting hughes after waiting in queues to get in. There's been race for world. I classic event method got beat joker. D got the love of sixty with three hundred thousand viewers according to icy veins and champion reports that apes on janice e._u. Have claimed a world first and nick kill before we go. I want to switch it up. Do shockers reports that enough fishing license overwatch case for the nintendo switch. I showed up on amazon was on the few fortnight's before bliss con. Were you may see and overwatch switch announcement and allowed reports that yami will be releasing to warcraft branded phones. The news came to same auto reports that balloonists suit sina games was making glorious saga a mobile game that was ripping off water warcraft and as reported later on that glorious saga was shut down. All of this could mean that maybe blizzard is getting the mobile market ready for mobile wow or at least a mobile welcome pitney game with more features hopefully than the current painting up with that. I think it's time i'm free to stop the broadcast back in the classic place more just know if you go to brill the relegates deltas are very unreliable even for quest to find him. Maybe they're scared of me on the next time be awesome. The francis report is a fan podcast covers blizzard games. We are not affiliated with blizzard. Take us expressed by the hosts and guests

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"sina" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

03:32 min | 1 year ago

"sina" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

"I don't I don't really know like in the process of writing. When are you interacting with an artist? Like when does that happen? The so. Yeah. So like to quickly break down kind of like how to make a comic if you're not making it all by yourself because I've learned to make beginning middle end of comic all on my own in a vacuum. And that's partially. Why I feel like why I have this like I don't give a fuck attitude is no one can ever take that away from me. Like if I need to make something and speak. I know how to do it. I don't need a publisher. And I have like enough of a following that I can like break, even no matter what no matter what I have to say. I can always break even not lose my shirt. So there's that. But for someone who doesn't have all those capabilities, you editor says, hey, what would you do like with the example of I'm writing a jug head comic over at Archie. And so he was like, hey, what do you think about this thing jug head? We did a time police narrative years ago, what do you think of that? And I was like, hey, it's cool. Reread it on reread it in book form, I don't know why I was going to say on kindle because I don't have one. What happens when you're nervous? And so I read it, and then I sat like a one page document being like, this is what I would do in broad strokes. And this is how it would break down over five single issues. They say cool we like that do a more detailed outline. So then you go page by page, and you say okay on page one. He does this on page two. He does that. And then at that point they start to hire an artist and look at artists, and then I go into writing the script script goes through editorial. I do a revision or two and then at that point the artist comes in and they start doing sketches to show you how they would draw the characters, and then this guy, Derek charm. He will lay out the entire book in chunks. And so he'll show you brought to look like story boards where it'll be really rough and things won't always fit in the lines. And they'll be like, you know, lines indicating directions or movement, and then at that point editorial and myself. We'll all go through and say, okay. This is what I change or not change. Then he goes in and he inks it he draws digitally. But that just basically means these are the final lines that'll be sent to someone who does the color art. And then they hand it to someone who does the word balloons lettering. And then at that point I look at the whole package, and I say, oh like like that while I'm being really repetitive with that word. Let's cut that in that thing. And and then at that point, they send it to the printer. So yeah, thank you for first of all. Thank you for telling me this process. I told you how to make a comic eighty five seconds that was amazing on shade dark veil. To the artist. There is at is designed the care you designed the character. Just because it was one of those. Thank you. That was like what I was gonna say is it like, no and hiring within the community. Like, how do you make sure that the representation is right? You do it yourself. Yeah. That's I mean. Yeah. Yeah. Because I was just in that was the thing too. Was I even like to tell a story that happened after the conception of the character? I put this thing on Instagram stories being like, oh, should I make this print of dark Ville like would you buy it? Yes, no poll like fan interaction anyway. And it was like a picture I made a reference this like marvel anniversary cover template where it was like every like, the big main marvel superheroes framing the image..

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"sina" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

03:44 min | 1 year ago

"sina" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

"I think that's a real thing. And I also think I also think you know, like like Bush nece is is an identity that has overlapped because we also don't talk about this very much like in the queer community there since it's a spectrum like and now, we're all hopefully understanding like that the binary isn't the thing that defines us. I think that we we have not very often lined up those spectrums. It's like there's like a spectrum for for people that identify as. Men. There's a spectrum for people that identify as women. It's really awesome Qurna says if we wanted to we could slide those spectrums next to each other, and we could identify across. So like you being interested in like a dude that looks like a Tom of Finland drawing, and this woman right makes perfect sense. I've never been to do to look for. Albor Lynn from home improvement. I'm like ill Toma Fila rose. What are you doing with all that baby oil? So you want it like Matt you want like a more Matt version less shiny version. Yeah. Oh, yeah. I'm all about that. Butko? I went to a leather contest over the weekend. I had this experience of like, I just didn't realize there would be. Women. They're like people that I that. I that were like that had like dyke written on their jacket or whatever. So it was like a lot of like leather daddies. And then it was like also leather daddy's. Like, it wasn't like there was some like femi- women there two women were massively in the minority. And then there were like also some few trans folks and not mine area, folks. But then there were like leather daddies who were women it just made it made me so happy, and I am I you gotta come with me to the eagle on Leslie. I don't know. I don't remember what the night is. Oh, my friends. Let's go. Yeah. No. It's like run that I I'm not kidding either. Yes. Yeah. I got I gotta explain the F word. Yeah. We got to go to this every Angelina should go to this. Although maybe not because like let's let the space be there's for the night. But I went to the eagle one night. Like, I was like, oh, I haven't been like let me just go and bar. Yes. Yes. Particularly gay male leather bar just giving some context for and and I walked in. And I was like why are there so many women here? And then I ran into a friend who I hadn't seen in person in a long time. And they're like, hey, by the way, I don't go by that name. He used to call me by anymore. Now, I go by this, and I'm non binary, and there's my son I'm like so much information hug high except, but what's going, you know, but it was it was a really really RAD night because I think so much in the lesbian and lady and be community. Like, they don't have that space to kind of be outwardly like leather kinky. Right. So it was really really cool to be a part of that into also let a lot of friends. No. Because I think either. They write it off or they don't wanna go out on a school night. And I'm like, no just get your ass out for like ninety minutes. I believe that I believe that what you're referring to is called crews. And if that is what is called the night is called than it is sexually partially organized by befriend pony. Who has also been a guest on this show. Daily. It's but yeah, I would love to go. I'm like yes done. Okay. Achieved. I'll talk on a corner because I know it's not my night. But like I want to be there because it's a beautiful, and I wanna stand with you and see like what you show up in since you've described you're like pink cross branch like what are you going to show up? And I can't wait to see don't even tell him I want I want to have to think about that. Because I will wanna get kind like, I should know..

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VR took me inside Fukushima's deadly nuclear reactors (The 3:59, Ep. 529)

The 3:59

05:37 min | 1 year ago

VR took me inside Fukushima's deadly nuclear reactors (The 3:59, Ep. 529)

"Welcome to the three fifty nine. I'm Roger Chang Joni Saltzman. So I got a chance to walk into one of the reactors of Japan's Fukushima Daiichi. But I couldn't actually get into the actual core would die because I would die. It was literally. Yes. Within minutes. I'd probably be dead of. But thanks VR. I was able to actually get into the Corelli's stimulated version that I corps. This was a fairly unique use of VR and to be clear wasn't exactly like a full Oculus rift headset, you'll see through glasses looking at a big screen. But it was for me. Like one of the examples for me. The are like that didn't compose suck. You haven't watched the VR that I've seen will. Yes. It's the thing. That's also I mean to the point of exclusive content. This was clearly very expensive since I know like this isn't really for entertainment. This is really for companies looking to users experience to simulate what's like sending a robot the core. And so it was I mean, actually like I said really useful kinda see able to kind of hover eating really walk sort of hover through the core. Sometimes at times like flying through walls, and you kind of felt that we're tingle when you went through wall. Really you actually kind of bought the allusion. Yeah. Even though it was projected on project on the walls, Jacqueline is predicted the wall the floor the the walls around me. And so it was fully immersive the not immersive like innocuous risks. And what did you did have a head mounted display? You had some smart glasses. What did those purposes the glasses were there are three glasses that helped create the allusion that you were actually immersed in the six? Reince and actually come away seeing the five of standing Mexico. The person the middle was sort of navigating he had a control the phaser from Star Trek. His glasses had motion tracking sensors that ping the sensors that were on the wall. And so when he moved around like it kind of accounted for his movements as well. Interesting. So yeah, it was kind of unusual use of the R. I think I think that's interesting though, that this sort of enterprise style. Use for VR was more compelling to you stuff that's made for consumers. Yeah. The experience was fairly slick not quite as like entertaining as some of the experiences you've had at various festivals. But like, I feel like the usefulness of this is just was very very compelling. Next up more full phones last week. It seemed like he was a crazy hot topic but taper off a bit as I think everyone's starting to realize they can't afford one. But Samsung is reportedly working on two more foldable phones one that folds outward like a the wall way made x one that's more like a clam shell. Right. And you've said in the past that there's different levels of stress from these kinds of. What a complicating here. So the the galaxy full one they actually announced two weeks back it folds inwards. That is probably the most stressful way to full the phone and you'll you'll notice with God's there's a huge gap in the middle. There's a reason why it's so the radius is a little bit larger less stress on the screen having a full hour. Like, the mate X is less stressful and can make for like you can do different things with the made ex. It was a thinner more sleek design than the fold, and I think I'm assuming Samsung saw that was like, oh, we should probably work on that. So they're going to be making one that does do that outward fall. Yes. And then something like a clam shack kinda like those old flip phones like we can report that Motorola's working on a foldable phone and might be bringing back the razor in that forum. So I imagine Samsung is looking to fall along with that as well. Lastly, captain marvel comparing this week sina gave it a fairly glowing review, but you saw. Last night. And what did you think? I mean quickly. I think that it's totally serves we'll superhero movie. Total sleep totally fine marvel movie and totally fine like girl power movie, but it didn't strike me as being an exceptional marvel movie or an exceptional feminist movie. And what was the, you know, like, you know, brought up when we were talking earlier when I saw wonder woman that initial beach battle scene like it brought tears to my eyes. I'm not embarrassed about it because you know, you never get to see women as warriors in that way in a movie like that ever. And so it was just so striking. How different it felt to watch. It never got that feeling felt more like typical marvel movie typical Mark. It's great that they have a smart actress and great supporting character actors in there too. And so it felt really fun. I wouldn't. Yeah. I can't glow array about it. What are the question? What SNL Jackson was aged trained for this movie? Like did that was? It wasn't noticeable. I only in the sense that I was like, whoa. He looks young. It's like it's like Pulp Fiction era sort of gang. But I didn't notice it looking awkward did notice that who's the guy that is like one of his. Not maybe. Yeah. Anyways, one of the other characters who was also digitally. I notice that he looked very stiff like his facial expressions. And so maybe it's because he was a much smaller role. They didn't put as much effort into make digital DA djing Lucas slick. I didn't it wasn't distracting with female Jackson, and he was one of the most fun characters in the movie. So okay, there you go for full coverage on C. I'm Roger Chan I'm Joanie Southland. Thanks for listening.

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Intimate Hermit Crab Keeps Shell On

60-Second Science

02:30 min | 1 year ago

Intimate Hermit Crab Keeps Shell On

"This is science Americans sixty seconds science. I'm Karen Hopkin. So I never really thought I'd study Pena size, but I sort of stumbled on this topic Mark lider, a biologist at Dartmouth College light travels to Costa Rica to study hermit crabs a species called sina Beata compresses. These land crabs do some interior remodeling of their adopted shells, the extensively hollow them out removing Streit's called spiral cholula to give themselves some extra elbow room. The renovation renders. The shells more precious to their owners and two other covetous crustaceans as well. These more valuable shells, though are also more easily stolen since without the spiral. Kolya Mellon signed the shell to grip onto individuals are pretty liable to have their property snatched from them, particularly when they're engaged in other activities like copulation which requires coming part way out of the shell despite his work in the field. It wasn't until lighter was wandering through Ziam that he noticed something about his favourite crabs the really striking thing. Was that scene? Evita compresses the one who social behavior I've been studying for so many years headed unusually large penis, in fact, bigger than any other species the observation gave him an idea, which he dubbed the private parts for private property hypothesis in a sense, the hypothesis posits that in large private parts can be an adaptation extending amounts sexual reach and thus enabling both him and his partner to remain safely tucked away inside their shells, while they copulate thereby protecting the private property of their shells from being stolen during sex Darwin proposed a similar idea to explain why barnacles which are stuck in one place are so amply Dowd did test his private parts for private property hypothesis light or sized up more than three hundred male museum specimens, including hermit crabs that live on land. And it's see any found that crabs that carried custom coverings head the most impressive Kornel equipment at the same time species that got their shells off the shelf had bigger geared than did crabs that walked around with. Oh, shell at all is results revealed in the Royal Society journal open science, it's intriguing to think that this high posses might have greater generality beyond hermit crabs. But like a hermit crab encountering a humdrum. Shell Lantra says he's going to leave that one alone. For me. I'm much more curious about how forms of animal architecture and remodeling in the environment impact social behavior. Thanks for listening for scientific Americans, sixty seconds science. I'm Karen Hopkin.

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"sina" Discussed on Around the Horn

Around the Horn

04:02 min | 1 year ago

"sina" Discussed on Around the Horn

"Well, shame on him for having the nerve to put Trevor Hoffman in the same sentence. Very should be happy. The same hall of fame. Why are we blaming the players? It's the sports writers that have done. This Ken Griffey should have been unanimous. He's the most recent guy that should have been anonymous top Seaver Willie Mays. I mean now be upset that Mariane rare is the first one now there should be more run. Okay. With Rivera's postseason communique be more. Humans have walked on the moon than have scored on Marian Rivera in the postseason. We'll let that be the last word in this discussion. That's that's more broader Edgar Martinez. The generation is now getting into the hall of fame and ROY halladay and Mike sina pitcher's getting in over per chilly. About right here in Boston. Curt Schilling at a huge part of his career in Boston. Some of the most recognizable moments in the history of the game. And schilling is not being enshrined this year. How does that sit with you? It's always aggravates me vote for him every year. There are two there's two ways to look at it as why someone wouldn't vote for him one. Is that you honestly, don't think is credentials are good enough. And to you our problem, you have a problem with his politics. I truly hope no one is voting against him. By that reason? But I I'm guessing at least one person out there is that's wrong. The other one I don't get it. I don't know. How people can't see he's he's he is an absolute no brainer for me. Curt Schilling should be in the hall of fame. Tim Keller show. With bob. And I can't imagine that there aren't some voters. I really don't think there's that many. But there's gotta be a few that are not voting for him because of the stances he's taken and things he said and done since his playing career was over which has nothing to do with whether or not he was a hall of fame pitcher, and I can't get past that that postseason eleven to record a whip below one. Just all the great games. Not just for Boston got Zona a World Series over that Yankee team that everybody thought was so unbeatable in the World Series. So schilling should be in there. Now with these guys having moved on his chances next year. Let me ask you to yet. One start. It's going to be how is it going to be Masino? You're going be chilly. It's not going to be Messina. He's third out of that group for me. It's going to be between schilling and all day and if it's opposed season. Gimme. You know, what I'll tell you how I mean. Those young perfect game his performances in the postseason as well awfully strong. And you look at the winds overall how he dominated his his generation as a pitcher. But I think everyone here is touched on something, you know, much of this is really less of a referendum on the players themselves. Then it is the media and how we judge people in design with them in. And that's what really needs to get. Right. Okay. So then to answer the question that was raised by Bob, and Tim, do you believe shillings politics is keeping him out of the hall of fame? I'm sure there's some people that that feel that way. But you know, what I also think that sooner or later in sooner more than later, he's going to get in because more more people are changing in terms of the pool of ballots out there, and analytics are becoming so much more fun question to you guys you believe shillings post career is factoring. Whether he gets into the hall of fame or not I think we'd be naive to think that aren't some voters that aren't factoring that in. I would say this in defense of Mike seen tune it seventy wins. That's fifty four more than Curt Schilling. But in my book when I think hall of fame between the two of them, I think of cart schilling four and one in the World Series. He was outstanding in the postseason with Philadelphia. Also with Boston the bloody sock game with Arizona beating the Anki. Curt Schilling is a hall of fame pitcher, and you mentioned those guys who want a big start. I'm taking Kurt. I think you've all greed that the post career should not factor into his regular career, Bob you said to yourself when you were bringing Marian Rivera..

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Deadly clashes reported amid Bangladesh voting

BBC World Service

00:51 sec | 1 year ago

Deadly clashes reported amid Bangladesh voting

"Elections reports said many of those killed were opposition activists. The prime minister shake sina is seeking a third. Successive term. The opposition alliance has complained of intimidation and widespread irregularities. You'll get LeMay is in Dhaka even at the booths that I was I saw lots of supporters from prime minister has seen as party wearing caps which had the local candidates face. I couldn't see any such people from the opposition. But nevertheless, what I have to say is that a lot of people at least at that time. When polls just open a lot of people had turned out to vote. So, you know, indeed people here suddenly think th they do have a choice, and they are going out to the polling booths to make that choice. The Colombian Foreign Minister Carla's home as Trujillo census government is investigating a possible plot to assassinate the president event

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"sina" Discussed on This Week In Marvel

This Week In Marvel

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"sina" Discussed on This Week In Marvel

"I love the art style that Nathan Stockman has for it. And I think he and sina work really, well, together and hilarious jokes. Dad jokes? They almost more enjoyment of thinking about a writing jokes than even the jokes themselves. Very happy scene is one of my favorite people in the world. I think, but yeah, picturing him coming up with these kind of as a very wonderful layer Heke. All right now onto our interview with sina grace. Hey, hi, I'm so happy to be here. Let me talk to you for this week of marvel it was over Skype, and we got to see your cat, which made me very happy. Yes. Can we have a cat update? She had a really dry summer because it's been a really warm summer in Los Angeles. So the AC has been on blast in my apartment, and she was a little uncomfortable. But we figured it out. I got her to new water bowls one is just normal. And then the other one is like a flowing water bowl. She has not taken to it. And I'm really mad because like, you know, how you can't force many creatures to do anything, but cat specifically you can't lead them to the water like they really just have to find it on their own. And I'm just mad because I'm like come on. A love this thing. If you just realize all you have to do is bad at it. You know, but yes, she's good. She says hi because she sorry. She can't be here. And how the dog because we saw the dog to dog Henry, I miss him so much. It's so hard. There's a difference talked about either animal dogs are better. I like it. I love my cat. But she's like fourteen just kind of a jerk like most cats. Yeah. I don't have cat like I have like a cat cat. But I accept her. I take her for who she is her journey. So there for that. But like also like, oh my God, Andrew on the other hand, baby. But he's got everyone's good. They're so happy that I'm writing iceman..

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"sina" Discussed on This Week In Marvel

This Week In Marvel

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"sina" Discussed on This Week In Marvel

"I love the art style that Nathan Stockman has for it. And I think he and sina work really, well, together and hilarious jokes. Dad jokes? They almost more enjoyment of thinking about a writing jokes than even the jokes themselves. Very happy scene is one of my favorite people in the world. I think, but yeah, picturing him coming up with these kind of as a very wonderful layer Heke. All right now onto our interview with sina grace. Hey, hi, I'm so happy to be here. Let me talk to you for this week of marvel it was over Skype, and we got to see your cat, which made me very happy. Yes. Can we have a cat update? She had a really dry summer because it's been a really warm summer in Los Angeles. So the AC has been on blast in my apartment, and she was a little uncomfortable. But we figured it out. I got her to new water bowls one is just normal. And then the other one is like a flowing water bowl. She has not taken to it. And I'm really mad because like, you know, how you can't force many creatures to do anything, but cat specifically you can't lead them to the water like they really just have to find it on their own. And I'm just mad because I'm like come on. A love this thing. If you just realize all you have to do is bad at it. You know, but yes, she's good. She says hi because she sorry. She can't be here. And how the dog because we saw the dog to dog Henry, I miss him so much. It's so hard. There's a difference talked about either animal dogs are better. I like it. I love my cat. But she's like fourteen just kind of a jerk like most cats. Yeah. I don't have cat like I have like a cat cat. But I accept her. I take her for who she is her journey. So there for that. But like also like, oh my God, Andrew on the other hand, baby. But he's got everyone's good. They're so happy that I'm writing iceman..

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"sina" Discussed on This Week In Marvel

This Week In Marvel

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"sina" Discussed on This Week In Marvel

"Tomorrow's us wherever you get your podcasts, and you can watch the video version on marvel dot. Com. Another book that came out this week. Was are excellent black issue, featuring a frost, and that brings us to our MiG talk subject this week Emma frost, the ice Queen do they call her that they. They. She may have been called that once or twice, but she's as we'll learn she's not as frosty as many think the excellent black. She was written by Lee Williams art by the legend. I will say without any hesitation crisp shallow, and it is dope. You can hear me in Tucker talk about it on morals, and with that in mind as well as with Emma having recently shown up in the pages of iceman, which is written by this week's interview guests sina, grace figured we'd do a little primer on Emma. Who is definitely one of those powerful mutant psychics in the marvel universe. She's a major Tele path and for more than fifteen years. Now, she's also had this really neat diamond form, which is a secondary mutation. We'll get to that in a while. So we're going to go into her first appearances in uncanny. X men hitting on all that though. Those early hellfire club stories we're going to dig into her role as teachers slash mentor at the Massachusetts academy working with both with and kind of against the new mutants as well as working with generation x we're gonna. Touch on her iceman connections. Then we'll round out with the last fifteen or so years really elevated Emma across the pages of new x men by grant Morrison astonishing x men by just Weeden of vendors versus X men and bunch of other comics. Yeah. So Emma frost showcased, so we don't call her the ice Queen. But she is kind of the Queen of grey areas. See for me, my first impression of Emma frost, who's always like, she's she's a bad guy. I see her tangling with bad guys. She's always been a villain maybe because that stereotypical ice Queen trope, but I also see her teaming up with and having relationships with good guys. So what's her deal?.

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"sina" Discussed on This Week In Marvel

This Week In Marvel

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"sina" Discussed on This Week In Marvel

"Hello marble. Welcome to this week in marvel episode number three hundred and sixty six I'm Ryan AK agent AM. I'm Jamie, Egypt inoculated. Yes, we we both. Are we got our flu shots? So we're feeling good. And top news is Halloween is Mercifully thankfully behind us. By the time. You're listening to this episode. That's taken over so much of our content and our news hype. And while I had hoped for a bit of a respite from all that business. The holidays are fast approaching and I'm going to do my best to be super duper excited. We'll be excited because I genuinely liked them. Because I am a nerd for holidays. Well, terrific anyway. No, major big news this week. But things are cooking. Oh, they're cooking. Hashtag secrets our main topic. This week is a primer on Emma frost, and you can listen to Marvel's police this week to find out how much me and Tucker love the black. Emma frost comic by Leo Williams. And Chris shallow and stay tuned here for a few minutes, as we go a little bit into a frost and our history and some some little frost hawk hedged. Crosstalk? I like it. Yeah. Our interview this week is with sina grace writer of Ice, Man sina. He's just delightful iceman is fantastic. And next week. There's an issue of iceman, I believe it's iceman number three. That is a super cute dating issue. And it turns into Spiderman as amazing friends reunion, which is lovely, and if you are a listener of ours in these United States and over the age of eighteen please vote it's coming up next week. We need you get out there and making your choices and your voices heard and doing your duty. This is your superpower, you have the ability and the right to vote if you're over eighteen and a citizen of this country. So go for it do it. Yes..

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"sina" Discussed on This Week In Marvel

This Week In Marvel

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"sina" Discussed on This Week In Marvel

"Hello marble. Welcome to this week in marvel episode number three hundred and sixty six I'm Ryan AK agent AM. I'm Jamie, Egypt inoculated. Yes, we we both. Are we got our flu shots? So we're feeling good. And top news is Halloween is Mercifully thankfully behind us. By the time. You're listening to this episode. That's taken over so much of our content and our news hype. And while I had hoped for a bit of a respite from all that business. The holidays are fast approaching and I'm going to do my best to be super duper excited. We'll be excited because I genuinely liked them. Because I am a nerd for holidays. Well, terrific anyway. No, major big news this week. But things are cooking. Oh, they're cooking. Hashtag secrets our main topic. This week is a primer on Emma frost, and you can listen to Marvel's police this week to find out how much me and Tucker love the black. Emma frost comic by Leo Williams. And Chris shallow and stay tuned here for a few minutes, as we go a little bit into a frost and our history and some some little frost hawk hedged. Crosstalk? I like it. Yeah. Our interview this week is with sina grace writer of Ice, Man sina. He's just delightful iceman is fantastic. And next week. There's an issue of iceman, I believe it's iceman number three. That is a super cute dating issue. And it turns into Spiderman as amazing friends reunion, which is lovely, and if you are a listener of ours in these United States and over the age of eighteen please vote it's coming up next week. We need you get out there and making your choices and your voices heard and doing your duty. This is your superpower, you have the ability and the right to vote if you're over eighteen and a citizen of this country. So go for it do it. Yes..

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"sina" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

Rob Has a Podcast

04:57 min | 2 years ago

"sina" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

"I could only hope now one Sarala sina. Who did not have a great weekend in these -vivor fantasy football league. She all has AMA background. Does she? Yeah, I didn't know that. Yeah. So I, I should keep my trash talking about this fantasy football league to a minimum. And so. Being a win shares that. She loves survivor thirty five because that's all she saw. She saw and she likes she likes to kick box. Yeah. She's a sister named Twee. Yes in, but when he and Twee keep it simple. Yes, yeah. Although in listening to first one out. I feel like she's going to have a hard time keeping her her anger under control. You think that she has a hot temper. I think that people also have her completely pegged. They've see her as somebody this fiery fiery person that's gonna fight. I mean, they, they said that like that she will fight, but even though she came fight, I don't know if she necessarily has a hot temper. But maybe it's the kind of thing if she doesn't get to fight for a long time, then maybe if if you don't get that release that, yeah. Yeah, I hear that Nicole this. Are you saying that maybe if you did some sort of a fighting that then when you were not in the ring, you might be more easy going. Yes. Oh, okay. All right. Some people do yoga out. Yeah, some people beat the crap out of thing because you've the arrow pointing up or down for being a win. I have mixed feelings. I feel like at first it was pointing. But then when I was listening to everybody like assessor as this like fiery person that just doesn't give up, I don't know. Yeah, I don't know. I, I don't know how well she knows the game. I mean she told the story of survivor thirty five and it was what you watch. It was not the show that I, I don't know what she was talking about. Yeah. I mean that Ben did a great job and everything, but she talked about that. She's like been every phone of his plans came together and he was at everybody manipulated everyone, and it's like what she drank the Ben Kool-Aid, she or she might have been multitasking when the show was on. But that being said, I don't. Have a strong opinion about being a wins. I'm with you. I'm pretty neutral. So she's seems fine, but she will not be my winner. Pick a lot of us. Little girls tend to have like. Something to prove. She got something I think we, we can tend to be like, we need to be seen. So you think she needs to be seen possibly call a big storyline in first one out and also in survivor? Thirty seven is going to be the weather, terrible weather conditions that I, I really think that that could play a big factor more so than the social politics would in a regular season. I think that there are going to be people that might even be asking early on just, you know, punch my car that let it be me. Why did I find out for right? I don't think it could be be new win, but I do think that there could be people that are not the most physical people that I think could just get weeded out early by the elements. But as a fan, not a fan of the show. I mean, yeah, but she's tough. In the ring? Yeah, tough in the rain. I think I think that she's going to be somebody who the the rains not gonna crack our. Yeah. Okay. Crack me. Might be extra salty play a baseball game in the rain. You play to the end. Okay. All right. So maybe that's how people feel about. All right. Let's talk about Carl, Carl Bohara. F-bomb, Carl. Okay. Here is Carl. He's the forty one year old truck driver and he comes across well on the first one out. Yes, I like that. He just dropped bombs like it was nothing. Yeah. And he's a blue collar guy. He is somebody who drives trucks for a living. He's got his. He's got his own truck and he's ready to go..

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"sina" Discussed on CRYPTO 101

CRYPTO 101

03:24 min | 2 years ago

"sina" Discussed on CRYPTO 101

"Crypto, wanna, listener, sina Sahabi welcome to the listener episode of crypto, one one. Thank you. Thanks for having me on. No worries, man. Thank you for listening. Thank you for being such a big part of the crypto one-to-one community. What we wanna do today is just want to hear about you what you're thinking about the market and well, just about your experience getting into crypto trading and all the whole nine I introduce yourself, sir. Who are you where you were? We talking right now and we'll go from there. So obviously my name seeing I'm from Vancouver, but I mean, I'm living in Vancouver, but I'm originally from Iran and I'm an engineer and I've been active in startups and tech companies and stuff like that, I guess doing my carriers, stuff like that. So. The way I got into crypto, it's a little bit actually dating back to it. 'cause I used to play poker professionally as leaving when I was a student, and there is a lot of overlap between cryptocurrency and poker player, especially like two thousand eleven and around that first time I heard about bitcoin was I think, two thousand eleven. So it was longtime ago and from the poker communities, I was skeptical about a den and to be fair to me, a lot of criticism that I had back then are still valid today. And one of the main reason was what the, how the government's and be government going to react to this great idea. So I didn't get into bitcoin on cryptocurrency, I guess, seriously until very recently. I thing about a year ago or something like the maybe more and the reason it was because a lot of common friends after the, the bitcoin, boom, and all that sort of stuff they kind of approached me on. They're like, hey, you sound like smart guy. You do deal in startups because a lot of these companies are very. Companies, what do you think about this? What do you think about that? What you know about this, but do you think of the mining scene and a lot of things I mining. So that's how I kinda got involved myself. I started reading about it being a nerd, start doing a lottery system to technical aspect of things about mining about what is it consensus mechanism and bitcoin network and all sorts of stuff. So that's basically how I got into the whole crypto soft, you know. So was your first purchase when you got into the crypt stuff was a bitcoin theory, and how did you do it was replied, form of choice of the very first purchase was that I, I went to a bunch of decentralized meeting or decontrolled meeting. Is this middle groups that the, I think they're all over North America, especially and and over there I asked a guy, hey, how does it work? And just downloaded wallet app right there and and put in five dollar. I don't even know about. I know it wasn't bitcoin because back then the bitcoin transactions was very expensive during. The boom and then and I think I think it was like trying things out or maybe it was lights going. It was just some meaningless. I just wanted to have some wallet. So you bought it from him or you just got it. Okay. No, it was just that cash transaction. Gotcha. I Gotcha. Boom. There you go. So what are you holding now? So the coins I'm holding right now. I'm holding bitcoin cerium. The other coins I'm holding is that I am holding kind of a smaller coin called engine. It's or gaming, and I personally know that teams were working on it. You know what? The CTO and I actually met him through the decentral group meetings and stuff like that. And these started talking..

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"sina" Discussed on Motley Fool Money

Motley Fool Money

03:41 min | 2 years ago

"sina" Discussed on Motley Fool Money

"Thanks for being here guys. It is our Labor Day weekend special. We'll revisit a conversation with the one and only Malcolm glad. Well, guys on last week's show, we lead with the bull market becoming the longest running in US history. So let's take a step back. Let's look ahead to the rest of twenty eight teen. We know to expect news from some of the biggest companies out there. Apples holding iphone event in September. Amazon is expected to announce the location of its second headquarters before the end of the year, Jason, I'll start with you. What else is on your radar in the coming months? Yeah. I mean, I'm going to be paying attention actually to the election coming up in November the mid term elections, the general reaction to the social media space that comes from it it. It's been a pretty tumultuous couple of years, I guess, for these guys, and then they've had to sort of revisit strata. Gee, and build a bit more clear about communicating how exactly they're managing those platforms. I feel like that no matter what happens with this election. There's going to be a party very unhappy with how it played out on Facebook and Twitter and whatnot. They're gonna make some accusations, perhaps shadow banning or partisanship. It's going to be a really interesting time here to see how this all shakes out in November going into the new year. Well, that's it. I don't think it takes away from investing in a space. I don't think social is a fan. I think it's a core human behavior that is is not going away in the size of these networks that we have with Facebook and Twitter and whatnot. They're gonna still be very important networks in ways that we get our news but should be fascinating done. Yeah, I think the the nicest action this year in this election, is that Facebook controller? No. Now how much influence they actually have, you know, on these very important events in in our in our democracy here in the United States. And so I think acknowledging that first and then preparing for it. Going to make a big difference. What about you many? What's on your radar? Well, it's it's hit a bit of a snag because of well, some accounting issues, and because there's just been a lot of tilde in the Chinese stock markets, but I still expect by year end China is going to unveil what they're calling CDR's, which are Chinese depositary receipts, and this is going to enable four unlisted companies like by'due tencent, sina Alibaba to actually list their shares in China, which they don't currently do their only listed on our changes. For example, here in the US I think this is an important for a lot of reasons. It's kind of flying under the radar a little bit, but it's going to naval these companies to raise capital in their domestic markets, which I think they're going to get a higher valuation from. It's also going to help endear these companies to Chinese shareholders and the government, which is which is key in China. So I, it's, it's a catalyst. I think upcoming that's going to be very important that I'm paying attention to. So one of the things we talked about on last week show was with the market hitting sort of that historic Mark, the drumbeat. It is going to only get louder Jason in terms of the bears out there saying, this is all going to come crashing down all of which to say between that between the mid terms, there's just going to be a lot more noise for investors, which means it's more likely we're going to miss something. So what do you think investors are missing right now? Well, one thing I'm looking at now that I think investors aren't paying a lot of attention to because it requires very ultra long term thinking. I've been digging a lot into the space industry and I had the good fortune interview Christian, Dadan four recently, the author of space baron's for me. This is just a fascinating market that's developing that. We're not giving much attention to it's for good reason. There's not a lot of public investments out there today. They're not a lot of stocks that we can sink our money into their, but Morgan Stanley data estimates, the revenue generated by the global space industry is going to increase the one point, one trillion dollars or more by two thousand forty..

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US-listed Chinese stocks fall after Alibaba disappoints

CNBC's Fast Money

01:02 min | 2 years ago

US-listed Chinese stocks fall after Alibaba disappoints

"Alibaba is also growing in areas like cloud computing, supermarkets and entertainment sound familiar to anyone out there. It was anyway good enough for pop in the stock that has been part of a broader medium-term selloff in Chinese Internet named so far this year. But by around ten thirty AM eastern time today, that sentiment all change to the negative and pretty quickly baba shares dropped by over six percent intraday within just an hour and a lot. Ah, the traders and investors out there look to Alibaba, of course, as the blue chip of Chinese Internet names of bellwether. So perhaps no surprise that baba struggles today ripple through the rest of that whole industry taking down ten cents, JD dot com and IT with it. It's been a painful few months overall for these Chinese inter- internet stocks sina plummeting around twenty three percent in just the past three months, JD dot com. Falling around fourteen percent tencent and Alibaba down a respective thirteen and eleven percent. So Melissa, what looked like it could have been positive data, no, to help kind of value case for these Chinese Internet stocks turned into more questions about whether things can still get worse from here

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Jim Neidhart: WWE's 'The Anvil' does at 63

Sarah and Vinnie

00:32 sec | 2 years ago

Jim Neidhart: WWE's 'The Anvil' does at 63

"When, I'm sick what's his name Jim the anvil neidhart from doc fees I know. His daughter from total from total I don't. Know his I? Know, of her Natalia or Natalie natty She's on that show that I. Watched the device show, she posted a tribute to her dad on Sarah Well Bret the hitman Hart said he was stunned and, saddened Ronda Rousey pay, tribute At the beginning, of last night's raw

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President Trump, President and US discussed on KCBS Radio Afternoon News

KCBS Radio Afternoon News

02:25 min | 2 years ago

President Trump, President and US discussed on KCBS Radio Afternoon News

"KCBS news time four forty one the US has lost more than thirty two billion dollars. Worth of foreign travel over. The past year and a half KCBS. Is Rebecca corral, reports many travel experts are blaming President Trump's unfriendly. To foreigners policies a one percent drop in visitors from other countries may not seem like a big number but it represents one, hundred thousand lost jobs and comes at a time that international travel is increasing worldwide harder to. Get US seasons it's harder to get into. The country and some travelers, feel that they just don't want to subject themselves to the hassle hassles are real or imagined industry analysts Henry heartfelt with the atmosphere research group says, travelers go where they, feel, safe respected and welcome the Trump administration has basically put out an unwelcome to most of the world which heartfelt says he and. His colleagues find ironic the first president in. Office now who is actually managed businesses in the travel industry President. Trump wants airline at hotels into sina. Hotels I travel industry president if you will is enacting policies that make the. US are less desirable destination. Although at least here in San Francisco foreign tourism is on. The rise Rebecca chorale KCBS the Trump administration's plan for a border wall with Mexico fails, to adequately consider costs this according to a congressional watchdog agency the administration's estimate of eighteen billion dollars for more than seven hundred miles. Of wall was based on average cost per mile but the government accountability office says that that estimate ignores factors such as. Terrain and the cost of. Acquiring the land the GAO says that. The administration's border, wall could be delayed cost more than expected or. Not function as planned so time says that it's a claim series homeland will end in twenty nineteen with eight season the shows, conclusion was announced today by Showtime networks chief David Nevins who called the EMMY winning Homeland a game changer for the premium cable channel Nevins told a TV critics. Meeting that producer creator Alex Gansu will bring the national security drama to what he called its proper conclusion the final. Season of homeland will debut in June of twenty nineteen wildlife officials say that beach volleyball players on a small. Island off of Alabama probably killed hundreds of. Unhatched birds moving eggs to make room for.

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Nikki Bella and John Cena Break Up Again Two Months After Reconciling

The Morning Toast

03:05 min | 2 years ago

Nikki Bella and John Cena Break Up Again Two Months After Reconciling

"Visit vinyl story. Nikki Bella officially canceled wedding to John CENA. Again, quote, I've ruined everyone's fairytale. Okay, I watch these two are out of control. These two are out of control, and I saw so until I watched what Obama's last night and I, it was it was the season finale and I understand so much of why everything happen. And why Nikki Bella feels the way that she believed that it was a PR setup for the show. I do not feel like, okay, so this is what happened. She they broke up and then they got back together because John said this, he wanted kids and she thought that that was going to change everything. So they got back together. So it wouldn't. You went on the today show that was the first break up, but I'm saying was filmed. What time is the season finale gulleys valleys after today, show that was filmed socially. We're filming the whole thing. They were filming this season. Finale must be from like a month ago two months ago. Also. It's been very quiet recently because they feel like they wanted to put it out this way. No one knew if they were together or not. And then she said on a live stream that like he's yeah. Yeah. So they got back together after he said that he wanted kids, and I think she thought that would like fix everything because it takes a lot of things. Then she went on her back to Paris, which looked les Miz and she was miserable. And the whole thing was miserable. It was like fake, Kim Kardashian doctorate party except it was MS and she like was terrible mood. And I guess she was also unhappy during her engagement party. She's doing all this planning for the wedding by herself with Brie John for any of it and just indicative of what their life is going to be better. And I think she was just like really on unhappy like in herself and as a person. And she said she was depressed while also having like there's she was like, I felt so much pressure like I'm wonder, woman superman and like we came together and everybody is just like, once it's a fairy tale, prom, king and Queen. And honestly, I on the back of the cheerleader. I felt like I perpetuated not came here and sat on this show that you guys need to get back together and like she felt that pressure she learned. So like I think she was really trying to make it work and she doesn't. She thinks that John is a great man and like she could see them getting back together. But I think like she's a little sad in herself right now when she needs to work. On herself for the past six years, it's been the John sina show home has been and Breese at if she was like he's been so focused on making an amazing career for himself, which he has an in that like he lost the woman on the streams. Totally that it's silly since they got engaged a year ago, they spent thirty days together like in their home. That's what she said last time. Yeah. So I can understand why it's not all perfect. Yeah. Oh my God. That's so tragic and imagine like how bad it has to be how sad you have to be to break up with John CENA yet. Then six years. He said he wasn't gonna, marry you. That was okay. He married, he's gonna marry you and he's the one who really wants to get married and breeze husband asked Nikki, he, she learned gentleman Bryan, Danielson. He was like, why? King lashes postponed the wedding, like what's the big deal? And she was like, John doesn't see it that way. He's very, like, we're, we're here like honestly decision a little bit of a job. I think that he is a nutjob, but after six years, like being with an job, you, you understand form to the job lifestyle, and it is is so I can understand would like make exceptions for him. Yeah, but I think she's really just come into her own when she was younger. She had the same complex that we do wonder, rent, wonder, woman, superman, like, let's make it work. We could be the cleaning king of WWE and so that's what really motivated her. And then they fell in love and let you couldn't imagine life without him..

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Sasha Baron Cohen, John Lithgow and Adam Sandler discussed on WBBM Programming

WBBM Programming

00:29 sec | 2 years ago

Sasha Baron Cohen, John Lithgow and Adam Sandler discussed on WBBM Programming

"Trial and error on July twentieth that's the new sitcom starring John Lithgow, Showtime added a new controversial show called who is America with Sasha baron Cohen several politicians were tricked into interviews you may have. Heard about it in the press over on Netflix you can catch a new original. Film called father of the year it's by Adam Sandler's. Happy Madison company and it stars David Spade Laura information on what's coming and going. Online at checkout sina dot. Com slash net pen Six Aktar foreseen dot..

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Is Amazon Prime Membership worth it?

24 Hour News

01:17 min | 2 years ago

Is Amazon Prime Membership worth it?

"Day on top of that reshipping movies streaming and other staffing offer and that's important to them because that amazon prime membership that i know a lot of people have it but it's gone up the price it was seventy nine dollars and it was ninety nine now it's going to one nineteen they gotta keep adding the extra features to keep you interested yeah is it worth it anymore or is that kind of in the the credit card holder everyone's still says it's worth it if you use things like two days shipping which is always great or they have a lot of really great streaming luby's and they make their own original tv shows now which everybody likes at the music streaming stuff that's not quite at the same level as spotify and then they throw you these extras like prion day or the whole foods discounts now that amazon owns whole foods prime members are going to get access to cheaper prices on something whole dudes also and as an occasional whole foods shopper i'll tell you just got over there is a good thing i suppose dan ackerman is an editor at cnn net and the author of the tetris effect the gain that hypnotized the world you can check out his work at sina dot com and twitter dan ackerman dan thanks a lot for joining us tonight nice lot this is supplier spotlight too.

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"sina" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"sina" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"And the ice bar we have now has come from poland does it come in those big igloo type blocks and they get put together inside this big room that way or does it come in a big chunk that's got to be carved up where you are comes in blocks to build the wolves and then the scotches coming big block and then they handcuffed the sculptures on site wow wow so explain what kind of sculptures and decoration there is inside at the moment we have a mythology theme and so you enter into the ice bowl on the right hand side you have the scope to as sina which is the go to fans and then we have in the wool we have and traditional coaches of which are rolling goals i think insights i so i can see and then we have switches hands coughed as well i may have a ship in there and then the ship is actually is the bar the bars in the shape of bars in the shape of a ship and then we also have seats in which is in the shape of a ship and we have a chat as well built so the funds of a church and she will into the autrey of the church you can see some fools bay if you come to windows or you look up some polls say of lindos you'll see that is very famous to the area so that's a little puts into the ice with color colored signs like a picture inside the ice watch my blood.

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"sina" Discussed on Cheap Heat

Cheap Heat

03:37 min | 2 years ago

"sina" Discussed on Cheap Heat

"Listen that's a longer conversation we've had you've listened to every episode safe so you know we've talked about seen on the mount rushmore before it's just a different time and i think overtime we'll see where he ends up but hard part for sina is the wrestling portion yeah like is there room for someone another person in the top in the mount rushmore who's not a great wrestler because s g g i know you're filled with bias when we talk about it and so am i but i just ignore it when i talk about this although he's all those seema's as athletic i still consider hogan to be the better wrestler i do hogan's also better races so seen it can definitely take his see that that my mount rushmore for as she geez about rushmore which will be john sina and the three black dudes that he chooses he will be there it's bret hart bret hart red heart engines bret hart bret hart the new day and john cena that is the estrogen exac exactly so listen but in terms of an actual wrestling success i just don't know if there's room for sina because if you go if you go hogan flair i don't know you go and seeing over austin maybe i don't think you can take off layer hogan greg i just don't think you can i think flaring hogan or done i think that's already been decided i think the other two slots are that's the modern people you're choosing the rock austin sina undertaker do you want to include a bruno san martino to me it's just it's a tough spot well that's the tough thing about it to those like everybody's nostalgic kick say when it's time to do like a mount rushmore because that's when people start sort of telling their age because you know they'll do who throw them bruno in there's like a little bit older you know to do throws in sina as probably like in their early thirties late twenties like it's just becomes generational and it's tough to say who's wrong or who has the better mount rushmore but i think that's what it comes down to and you being a little bit older than me and even some of the listeners i think hogan spot is just like it's sacred to you regardless of what he's done this like but that's hogan spot you can't just take that like you got to be a real special due to take the hogan spot yeah i just think he he did too much he changed it i mean i just think without hogan there we're not doing this podcast i just don't think it's i don't think it's wrestlemainia thirty five next year with that i don't think any of it i really don't know so as she g to be a favorite stay major enjoy yourself rosenberg beats gmailcom we'll get some more emails next week also i will let you know soon where my pop up shop me and wrestling for sale my guy ted we're gonna do a pop up shop over summer slam weekend sell some amazing vintage merch you probably i'm posting a bunch of stuff these days on rosenberg radio and we're gonna do a dope pod just fun i'm not gonna make any money off it i don't think i doubt him selling myself but she's a good time but yeah go watch open late right now the new episode is.

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China blocks talk of John Oliver for taunting leader Xi Jinping

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

01:49 min | 2 years ago

China blocks talk of John Oliver for taunting leader Xi Jinping

"Sixty nine today i'm christopher watson popular chinese social media side is blocking people from posting about last week tonight and it's hbo host john oliver after the news satire program aired a segment this week making fun of chinese president xi jinping attempts to send posts with either the terms john oliver or last week tonight on the sina wybo micro blog were met with failure messages saying the content contains information that violates relevant laws and regulations oliver's show on sunday made satirical references to president xi and the way that chinese internet users often joke that he resembles winnie the pooh the show also referred to china's internet intermittent internment rather of hundreds of thousands of members of the muslim minority group political indoctrination camps in that country the father of late fashion designer kate spade has died her family says eighty nine year old earl brosnahan died the night before his daughter's funeral which is being held today in kansas city missouri he'd been in failing health and family members said he was heartbroken over his daughter's retha recent death kate spade died june fifth after hanging herself in her new york city apartment federal investigators now know and ohio man who committed suicide in two thousand two was living under a stolen identity federal marshal peed elliott says the man known as joseph newton chandler third is actually us navy veteran robert ivan nichols who was reported missing in nineteen sixty five robert ivan nichols never wanted to be found throughout his lifetime even into is someone out there may hold the key as to why nichols was found dead of a self inflicted gunshot wound in two thousand to the real joseph newton chandler died at.

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"sina" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left

Last Podcast on the Left

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"sina" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left

"Yes and sina and cosmo or married now and they are in love and it was a wonderful wonderful wedding i like to see them be in love and i think that they do it will six no sure the sexes great unit even have to think about it i always do all right well let's wrap it up by inviting everyone to natalie and henry's wedding in florida october head wait for that yes so look into that story marvin marvin he myer and his kill dozer doug the pug was amazing we had a great time in italy do some more research on what's going on in china with those sonic blasts who knows what's happening everyone's just not feeling well and yeah that's about it i hope that more comes out about the sound weapon and i want one we'll how yeah that's right we google how much was it again three grades three grants we get one we should get one for the fucking office we absolutely have certainly used it on people see what they do yikes sought i'm just going to google sonic weapons here and let's see how much they cost yet well you can get one the one better supersonic nausea weapon that's only ninety nine fifty six that's it yeah it's on my skunkworks dot net mice go i know it's coming down we're doing it everybody's shift their fucking stirred well this is gonna create nausea but if it does work it's not legal i don't think you're allowed to have it come on.

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"sina" Discussed on The Rack Radio Show

The Rack Radio Show

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"sina" Discussed on The Rack Radio Show

"Ask nikki oh do you want to do you wanna watch sina and she's like no no no you know we're tired and we're just we wanna go and so nikki nikki leaves as seen is in the rain doing his thing in the ring and kind of the the closing comment is nicky just wants to see what she gets out of life and there were a lot there was a lot more soul searching in this episode from nikki bella and she basically mentions how she changed herself to be with john cena and she became somebody that she really didn't like like when they're having dinner and she talks about you know when she started reality tv she was one way and then it was like you can't say that you can't talk like that you can't dress like that you can't be that so she changed to she was chew fit this new role and she morphed into someone that she didn't necessarily like and she kind of became a fake version of herself and she's tired of being that fake version of herself she wants to be who she is and she just felt like like i said like shell new and she's tired of being unhappy and she's tired of being distant she's just she's just tired she wants to go back to being who she is which i respect because you saw a lot of the old nikki command in this episode especially in the sitdowns which you could tell they were there was enough time pass than where she was she had done enough soulsearching that she knew what she wanted and that fire in that spunk that we know nikki bella have was there which we haven't really seen for a long time i would feel like 'cause she sort of became this very reserved person reserved for her this effect can say but yeah like i said this whole episode was very very heavy it was really intense and just the some of the revelations that came out it's like yeah yeah i could say that and we could just see how grading it was on her on nikki and how she just couldn't deal with it anymore.

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Google Assistant showcases human-like capabilities

Techmeme Ride Home

02:14 min | 2 years ago

Google Assistant showcases human-like capabilities

"Vice predicts you don't need the brightness google says that by anticipating user usage this new feature will result in thirty percent fewer cpu wakeup steps google assistant has gotten a slew of new abilities including the ability to order food for pickup and delivery and features more streamlined integration with select partners like starbucks and pinera google also adds six new voices two google assistant that it says are closer to how humans actually speak one of those more human voices will be musician john legend so john canal tell you it's time to leave for your next appointment but what was the thing that has really really gotten people jazzed that would be google's experimental duplex technology which as demo straight up allows you to have what really feels like a two way conversation with google assistant so if you wanna have a whole conversation with john legend and have virtual john book reservation on open table and then have him offer you a range of options and then have him make the call for you that seems to be what duplex promises i have that last bit underlined in my script here make the call for you here's how christmas sina describes watching the demo quote google play six is the most incredible terrifying thing out of so far example use case google assistant calls a hair salon to book an appointment the human booking the appointment has no idea she was talking to an ai humans are quickly becoming expensive api end points and quote seriously seek out and watch the video of this duplex demo it even ads the un's and is so that it sounds more human i have a quick sort of clergy video of this part of the demo linked in the show notes google sistan lives on your phone of course but it also lives on that ecosystem google home devices google home now has a continued conversation feature that will keep the google homes speakers microphone enabled for up to eight seconds after you ask it a qu.

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"sina" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"sina" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

"A lot of people are talking about this and i'm curious to know if you had one what would you put in it there was a these these are i don't know if these are true stories but there are reports right the john sina broke up with his fiance well that i mean i guess that's for sure has happened yet but they had a seventy five page contract allegedly going in going in the beginning at the very beginning back in two thousand thirteen or data started dating and she with a contract basically stated like you're a guest in johnson is house and basically chewed have to vacate immediately if they broke up but there's a lot of things seventy five pages so good so it does beg the question now that you're in marriage headed relationship what kinds of things would you want to make clear now that you see what it's really like to be living with the person then you see how they've evolved your change what kinds of things would you want in their chores duties responsibilities feelings emotions commitments like what would you want a contract is crazy to have first of all seventy five pages i mean do you think that they had like their roles defined to who did what i don't know i don't know because i to me i couldn't even imagine having a contract with michael about you have a contract for life marriage that's a contract if not a contract contract for life certificate mark you're married you've been married since god knows when but so.

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"sina" Discussed on The Film Vault

The Film Vault

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"sina" Discussed on The Film Vault

"Direct by k kane and in her direct to'real debut have you seen it now do you wanna be sign it no direct by leslie man spitting drugs themselves tarring zany who spit roasting got it was beer bong chugging leslie mann john sina ike barunholtz who was great neighbors kathryn newton geraldine vis vis one within gideon out adler pam atlons daughter june diane rafe you'll hannibal burris gary cole and gene iger sean or in this film i miss at gina jim excellent comeback and i saw like she doesn't show up till till well into the second act feel like oiling reveal or anything degration how lovely to see our screen this is like if american pie was told from the perspective of the girls in the film and all the parents like it's it's all that same sort of sex comedy crazy steph how many stuff but involves nothing with the boys in fact the boys in this film are due for right it's about these three girls of a sex these three kind of yeah some of them are three girls high school seniors and their parents girls form a sex packs they're going to lose every janati on problem neg plant that's right i plant emoji in fact be was written as the the pact doesn't him the title and got changed to blockers which is i think one of the worst titles ever heard did you hear that my going already universal comedy they're refusing to call it blockers for whatever reason the calling it listed a description.

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