19 Burst results for "Single Animal"

"single animal" Discussed on No Chaser with Timothy DeLaGhetto

No Chaser with Timothy DeLaGhetto

05:14 min | 1 year ago

"single animal" Discussed on No Chaser with Timothy DeLaGhetto

"Selected nine ninety nine a month. Upadhyay even have like a quick way to get to the camera. You gotta be like the ball. You gotta wait for rick you store. Quick china chattanooga quick release so there was. This girl was talking to her. We've to never really happened. There was a concert we were doing. I was doing little hosting hugh forming. She was like. I'm going to be my cousins making me go so you better come say hi. I'm like i will hit me when you get there. I'll come out so she hits me. Come sit with me me and my cousins. I'm like all right cool. So i go out there. She saved me a see. I'm sitting here. She's they're her cousins over there. She introduce earth cousins. Oh shit shouldn't say his name. But i introduced myself cousin wherever cool and we still in me her whispering a little bit or whatever and inner cousin puts his hand on her time. Like that's weird of your cousin to do her cousin so then he's like rubbing her and i'm like his dach- boyfriend please. What did you tell me to come here. I was already going to the show. Because i had to. She hit me up. Saying i'm going to be there. You better come say hi my cousin's making me go. I don't wanna be there so called me from bags. Stays come sit with me like when we met we met up in the back of the house and she gave me one of them. Big horny hugs around the neck. Smell a little bit around the neck real push into tippy toes. All of that shit had me sitting. She's inbetween us told me this is her cousin. So i'm like what if i would have put my hand on. You're like what the fuck cousin hold their hand in got what the hell is the. And why she could've just not said anything and just head of just not told me she was going but if this would have happened now if i was thinking when she i would have had a better line of question down because that's down thinking about. Was that what. That was what mike she wanted. Double digging or something. I don't know but it's like go. why we does. He know was go Boldness means that their approval. It seems like you guys get a lot of girls that go. They are in relationships but they're like they're down grew they've relationship they don't care. Remember that remember canada. That is fucking girl that was fucking stage while desert. Her boyfriend all yet and then china come in really just living on the edge like that women. Don't care that is why especially when when it's when it's a situation where you got a little bit of whatever and they are. They just want to say they did it then. They really don't care. Because i've always like this. I was sexy back then when this was happening it was just. So he's on you too. But it's like it almost makes you think audacity has like a bar in everybody's head so when you hear stories like that it kind of raises it like oh snap. People are that bold. It almost makes me think. 'cause i'm not big on pd. Not like i'm like against it. I don't just be like you know tongue in people down or like you know touching on people in in in in public so like i feel like if i was with a girl. I wonder like how many if that could work on me. You know if somebody would just like it's my cousin. They would probably get away with it if they had like that level of just because i would never think that somebody would even try that. I'll probably just be like your brother. And they could probably have the whole night without knowing that something was going on. That's that is intense l. Definitely opened my eyes Okay also three some. Did you still talk well. So here's the thing you no got on. Is there anything you want to plug before we get out of here. I mean first of all. Thank you guys for having me. This was a lot of fun. Appreciate it a real quick. I just want to say. I love your your gio series. Thank you me. I go google every single animal utah. What's i'm so curious man. What the fuck. Let me look at this shit. Best crazy thank you guys. I did it again. I do the same thing superdome. No i appreciate it and You guys want to see my podcast with to hear more who has also been on the show. Check out dominant at you scary. And i have a gaming channel as well called. Arcade tokens and all dif- gaming. So follow those booth and Yeah that's pretty much all i can. Yes sir man. Thank you time for coming through dog. I appreciate y'all listening to the no. Listen and watch notation podcast. I'm tim south. Rossouw.

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"single animal" Discussed on The Blog of Author Tim Ferriss

The Blog of Author Tim Ferriss

05:41 min | 1 year ago

"single animal" Discussed on The Blog of Author Tim Ferriss

"In terms of like nerdy out on all of the molecules it can potentially impact longevity and rapamycin was in many ways the poster child for the it p. program because first of all it's hard to get anything to live longer second of all when they were making the formulation for the rapamycin to feed the mice and these were very special mice. These were not your typical crappy lab mice that have no bearing whatsoever to real animals. These are very special type of mice. That are much more akin to real animals and that's very important distinction between what happens in ninety nine percent of miles research which is almost in applicable to humans. And it's why so many drugs that get tested in these b six mice and things like that show some marker of success and they become wild failures beyond the mice. But this was different. They had trouble getting the formulation to work and by the time they finally did the mice were like twenty months old. Which means they're almost at the end of their life. They're like seventy year old sixty five year old mice and they contemplated just scrapping the experiment but they were like screw it. Let's just run it late. So they started feeding the treatment group with rapamycin and the placebo group. Get to continue eating their regular chow. Because it was oral administration yes rapamycin was mixed into their chow. And lo and behold the rapamycin group despite initiating treatment so late in life had a staggering improvement in lifespan. There's been so many it. Ps that have replicated this. I don't wanna misquoted. But something to the effect like a seventeen or nineteen percent improvement in the males or females and eleven to twelve percent in the males and remember the atp used the very rigorous way of assessing this. Which is they're taking a look at total life not just remaining life. It's an even higher bar to clear. How much lifespan. Along gatien happens of course went and repeated. The study administering the dose when they were younger and saw an even greater response. This has been repeated over and over and over again and to my knowledge there is not a single animal. Study that has tested this hypothesis. That has not found on as a result of that's wild which again is very unusual Since it's just replicated over and over and over with replicated non stop what is also interesting is when looking at other markers other interesting things such as vision and hearing and other markers of health span. We continue to see improvements in these things for animals as well as i think we even spoke about before the guy named matt cable line who just interviewed for a second time for the podcast has been studying this in companion dogs and looking at heart function because as you know basically two things kill companion dogs primarily heart failure and cancer and.

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"single animal" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show

The Tim Ferriss Show

07:55 min | 1 year ago

"single animal" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show

"Since you mention it and you get very quick idea on what rapamycin as we last spoke more bearish more bullish and why i'm a bowl. Does coin rapa hands so what is right by the way i mean i know i know what the diamond diamonds thing but what does it. Where did it come from no idea. No idea where diamond hands comes from. Okay did i missed that somewhere in my my immune econ classes. No i don't think so. So what is rapamycin. Rapamycin is a drug that is a naturally occurring anti fungal agent made by a bacteria that was discovered on easter island back in the nineteen sixties otherwise known as rapa nui right. Rapanui is the correct name for easter island and the bacteria streptomyces hydra scopus which was discovered there by a group of explorers explorers. Maybe the wrong word but people doing sort of medical prospecting a group from montreal. Believe in call nine hundred sixty six. They took a bunch of soil and dirt back from rapanui to the lab in montreal where it's sort of sat there unattended to about five years. A chemist stoop chemists by the name of surrender. Seagal right lamb yeah. He started legal. No and no ponytail so surrendered some really interesting. Chemistry isolated the compound and noticed. It had these really remarkable properties which was it was the most potent antifungal he ever seen or the world had ever seen. Frankly at the time as his son aged tells the story who have gotten to know a little bit. He felt he had basically come onto the biggest blockbuster cure for athlete's foot the world was ever going to know and right about that time the company he worked for closed. Its montreal headquarters. Actually laid people off ordered the destruction of all non-viable compounds and shipped him off to new jersey. In one of the greatest acts of scientific fortuity he did not follow orders and he instead stuck said rapamycin into a little mini freezer that he and his family transported to their new home in new jersey. They kept it in the freezer for many years. Until ultimately another drug company purchased the company he worked for and the new management said. Hey anybody working on anything interesting. He said i'm working on this thing interesting that i haven't looked at in a few years. And they said bring it out. Must've been interesting lawyer. conversation fist. On the not following orders dinner so out came rapamycin which he named mason and mason is typically the the suffix. I guess that we use her. What's the what's the second part of a workout sucks for antimicrobial agents and of course rapa tribute to the rapa. Nui like a zoo throw mason. Correct it quickly became clear that this had remarkable anti proliferative properties so it could stop things from proliferating so that was obviously a big just fungi and in particular it was very effective at making a certain type of lymphocyte which is a white type of white blood cell not proliferate and then basically went down the path eventually pfizer then bought amorous which was the company that bought his previous company whose name i don't even remember at this point. Pfizer ended up pursuing this and it was fda approved in nineteen ninety nine for treatment of organ transplantation so patients that have an organ transplant. Transplanted have to be put on a really heavy regimen of drugs to suppress a part of their immune system called the cellular immune system. That will attack foreign organ. That's what is that called. Host graft not graft versus host is actually when the organ usually. It's in the case of lymphoma or leukemia when someone has a bone marrow transplant and the the graft what they've been transplanted host is. This is this is really host versus graft but traditional sort of rejection actually did a really cool podcast on the topic of transplantation. History with a guy named chris on de and it's i mean i know this subject well but having a discussion with chris really opened my eyes to just what a beautiful story it is. And what. The big breakthroughs were with drug development. And how you know at one point. It was all you could give. People was present his own. And you couldn't save anybody and then you had other drugs like cyclosporin. That were introduced. But then you get into this third generation of amazing drugs like rapamycin that took organ preservation to to a higher level. Now you're not swapping kidneys. How do you know well at least not since the last time you sold one tijuana settle a bat but why would you take rapamycin. I'm skipping ahead. A little bit yes. Let's skip ahead so so ninety nine. This drug comes on the market. For organ rejection and about twelve years later a study gets published by rich miller randy strong colleagues as part of what's called the interventions testing program or the it p which is an amazing nih funded program that tests molecules. That are believed to have a shot at enhancing longevity and it does so in her really really rigorous way probably the most rigorous way we can test small animals of interviewed. Rich miller as well. Probably one of my favorite podcasts. In terms of like nerdy out on all of the molecules it can potentially impact longevity and rapamycin was in many ways the poster child for the it p. program because first of all it's hard to get anything to live longer second of all when they were making the formulation for the rapamycin to feed the mice and these were very special mice. These were not your typical crappy lab mice that have no bearing whatsoever to real animals. These are very special type of mice. That are much more akin to real animals and that's very important distinction between what happens in ninety nine percent of miles research which is almost in applicable to humans. And it's why so many drugs that get tested in these b six mice and things like that show some marker of success and they become wild failures beyond the mice. But this was different. They had trouble getting the formulation to work and by the time they finally did the mice were like twenty months old. Which means they're almost at the end of their life. They're like seventy year old sixty five year old mice and they contemplated just scrapping the experiment but they were like screw it. Let's just run it late. So they started feeding the treatment group with rapamycin and the placebo group. Get to continue eating their regular chow. Because it was oral administration yes rapamycin was mixed into their chow. And lo and behold the rapamycin group despite initiating treatment so late in life had a staggering improvement in lifespan. There's been so many it. Ps that have replicated this. I don't wanna misquoted. But some of the effective like a seventeen or nineteen percent improvement in the males or females and eleven to twelve percent in the males and remember the atp use a very rigorous way of assessing this. Which is they're taking a look at total life not just remaining life. It's an even higher bar to clear. How much lifespan. Along gatien happens of course went and repeated. The study administering the dose when they were younger and saw an even greater response. This has been repeated over and over and over again and to my knowledge there is not a single animal. Study that has tested this hypothesis. That has not found on a result..

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"single animal" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

Timesuck with Dan Cummins

03:54 min | 1 year ago

"single animal" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

"The pyramids recently on an episode from season. Five of history channel's ancient aliens both the mayans and the egyptians have legends that the gods came down and gave them instructions to build pyramids for instance with the egyptians. Yeah the famous cloud thought is known as the architect of the universe who and it was. He who allegedly designed the entire pyramid complex giza. Okay are you. Boom the gods aka aliens told the gypsies how to build pyramids next mystery. This one solved children's knocked out of the park Their stories now they can just be made up folklore. No sir anyone who knows anything about history knows that ancient people only wrote literal truth. Literal gods fought in the trojan war. We all know that people thought actual dragons for sure. The ocean was definitely full of sea. Serpents guy put two of every single animal species in a big wooden boat floated around for a while for sure not parables all. Take it at face value. Truce the comments section beneath is history channel. Video has a lot of other theories. Checking with three geniuses obvious rhode scholar. Tom rotates not the great of comic name roads. Tom rhodes writes. The great pyramid was built over twelve thousand years ago. It was designed by though'' some tonight pronounced both of which was the same soul that eventually came as yeshua one with christ. Jesus christ the stones were levitated and yet it's still took one hundred years to build. It's amazing the things you know when you desire truth without prejudice. A teacher and of god has spoken boom. Forget what i said earlier about aliens. Providence gotta spoken thoughts. Jesus did it. People go on the stones were levitated for one hundred years exactly for some reason next question actually before we get the next the next the next Comment here i love only put these like perfectly like round numbers like why would it take exactly one hundred years if you could levitated these fucking if you can do magic. She should knocked out in the fucking day. What are you doing what do you do. What's your magic but still taking your hundred years if you can levitated shit can out here. genetic detective kelly. Fritz reminds us in this next comment that there is scientific proof that pharaohs were aliens so aliens definitely did build the pyramids. Kelly rights as well as far as building them. And who did that. All the pharaohs all of them have unknown dna meaning alien dna. They're not from this world. Okay that's how they were built. Every mummy that they've excavated found has had regular people dna every farrell they have found any every king excluding the woman The free had alien dna so that also ties in there somewhere. Too fucking boom mic drop. Forget what i said about thought. Jesus sheep wool. I corrected it was leads. All pharaohs have alien dna. Everyone knows that accept any scientists. I looked into it. I google did pharaohs have early dna. And i feel like when the results came back almost here my laptop like come on what are you doing. Why are you questions. Kelly's in saying king tut's remains have been examined Regular old da not actually very good dna regular old insist heavy dna a lot of problems. A lot of inbreeding Finally charles presents new theory. I've never heard he respectfully points out that the pyramids were built by aliens. They were built instead by demons. I respectfully say the you guys don't have a clue. I'm gonna tell you the truth. You have one thing right. They are ancient but they're not leads. There's no such.

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"single animal" Discussed on FiveThirtyEight Politics

FiveThirtyEight Politics

02:32 min | 1 year ago

"single animal" Discussed on FiveThirtyEight Politics

"There really hasn't been any plan laid out by democrats for what they're going to do when they're brought back for very notable special session. Okay so we will keep our eyes on what happens in texas going forward but for now. Let's move on and talk about our to good use or bad use of polling examples that we have for today and you all get a choice. Oh there's one more serious one less serious example for today. Would you like the more or less serious usa pulling. I rest serious. Let's go with less serious to start. Okay i like how you're thinking so for this user point we're going to return briefly to the topic of human versus animal fights which i know sarah and jeffrey we talked about previously on this podcast. We talked about it at another point on this podcast as well. This is now spanned multiple episodes and multiple weeks. But you gotta released a new poll. Since the last time we discussed it showing how british respondents rated their ability to fight a slew of different animals so now we can compare that previous poll which asked americans to the british. Poll jackson sarah. I know that you're familiar with this. Poll alex are you familiar with the american version of this poll civilian the american version. Yes okay so. I have not shared this poll with you in advance usually do with these good or bad users a pulling june. Get a sense of what the poll dug into for example. I'm going to ask you to guess If you think. That brits or americans are more confident in their ability to fight wild animals heads. Americans would probably feel more confident. That's where my mind goes alex. But i also kind of wonder just given lake the rudyard kipling esque british lifestyle colonialism. Like maybe there's some false sense of bravado there to some gonna save british. I bet they had a stronger sense. Okay we have one american one british jeffrey. I think. go with americans here. I always have a sense that we have in particular a particular confidence whether earned or not. So i'm gonna go with americans. Okay so americans is the correct answer. Americans are more confident than brett's when it comes to fighting every single animal. They asked about so from a rat to a grizzly bear..

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"single animal" Discussed on WDUN AM550

WDUN AM550

02:28 min | 1 year ago

"single animal" Discussed on WDUN AM550

"When Tom Cotton and the president and others were saying, We need to look at that lab, not just a wet market because we haven't found a single animal that actually has covert 19. And if what you're saying is it went from a lab to the wet market to a person we need. We need to look at the lab. So that was reasonable, but they clamp down on it immediately. Well. He asked a year down the road. We found out there was something like 400 cases in November in China, But they didn't tell us that initially, there are people you know, but They shut down traffic within China. But allowed and encouraged people to travel around the rest of the world, Of course, and that you know, and Katie McFarland, who was a fantastic expert in this area she spent around. She's one of those women that was around when there were no women in the room, and she just knows what she's talking about. She said. You know, they're gonna let people in now, which they are, but they've had a year to clean everything up. You know, they've had a year to get rid of everything. So, um, you know, you can't trust China. I'm sorry. And you can't on Dr Fauci got caught in liability one a big whopper, and we're gonna talk about that later. Was real concerned about Yes, I mean, he's but I was also shocked about it. Well, then, if it's two weeks ago, he was asked a direct question. Did the NIH invest in this Ganga research? Which is what? How you make virus is more virulent on, he said. Unequivocally, no and that they did not. And then they said if they did, they gave money to American University. But not anything to China. Then yesterday He said. They did give Cem a grant to some labs in China to do this kind of research. But they told us they weren't gonna do Ganga whatever it's called research, So I'm thinking, you know, I should pronounce it right. But then Already knows what I'm talking about. So we're gonna take a break right now. When we come back, we fund this thing Did we find this thing and to some of our money? Go to that so We're gonna take a break. When we come back. We'll talk more about this will include your phone calls that 7705352911 and your text you you guys are loving the text messages. So if you want to Texas, you can do that, too. Then at the bottom of the hour, we're going to talk to Bill Stevens, who was head of the Stone Mountain Memorial Association will talk about a meeting they had earlier in the week. Lots more.

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"single animal" Discussed on Trapping Today

Trapping Today

04:05 min | 1 year ago

"single animal" Discussed on Trapping Today

"They don't like it much. But some of that in the occasional aspen they can find but for the most part these are. These are kind of getting by in the swamp. And there you. It's not like you can just go and say okay. There's housing set on that. There's one that you just kind of sat you see runs. A new seek kind of travel ways that were beaver traveling long distances From their houses in in you said on those and those some of those can be pretty dynamite. There's some places. I set the spring that i had a trap cetin for seven to ten days in never had a single animal Go through them. So so there's that and there's other places that almost every single night at catch a beaver so so there. There's it's there's places like it's funny when you're when you're just starting trapping in a new area in your learning these things. It can take a little while but once you got it down. It's like it's automatic. So the i have a couple three spots that i know every time i put a trap. They're gonna have a beaver if there's a beaver in that area in that's pretty cool and you always wonder like well. If if i was a professional and i was running one hundred sets a day i would identify you know fifties and it would be absolutely just Money you know you could. You could really stack up the numbers with these in than the others. Just kinda experiment in and look for other areas that are gonna work and there's places that chain every year and They might be good one year bad than actor. Then all the sudden. There's an area that you never noticed before you set a trap there and you start catching further to so so. That's good a most of my. Sat's i used used to a few different lures. I just grabbed a hat on the shelf at the berkshire beaver lower. That i make here.

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"single animal" Discussed on Absurd Hypotheticals

Absurd Hypotheticals

04:28 min | 1 year ago

"single animal" Discussed on Absurd Hypotheticals

"What if we had nine lives blooded pits ups or if money grew on trees. They've redid happy baby back. Some certain bird medical everybody and welcome to absurd hypotheticals. The show we over think dumb questions. So you don't have to. I'm your host markets. Later am joined here today by chris. Ye and ben storms. Say hi guys. Hey i'm chris. Hey i'm ben. Today we are one upping a classic hypothetical question that you get asked quite which is what if pigs could fly which is in our theme song in the theme song even and we're taking that and we're expanding it because that's what we do into. What if all animals could fly. Everything lamb can fly so this does include humans. I don't think any of us talked about humans because we really want to focus on the animal bits so he can fly. But we're just not going to talk about. Yeah that's an interesting part. I mean we've probably talked. 'but people find in the past sure i imagine so. Yeah i think we had opposite on actually did we. Actually i couldn't remember. It seems like something we've done but only because just so on brand that it feels like we've done it before. Like ben thought we did a shark question before we did a shark quit rate they feel like i remember making the thumbnail for it and pretty sure we did it. I can picture. The thumbnail may head so theoretically exists somewhere in our back catalogue. It's an early episode. So actually chris. You don't really have to go flat episode because you're going to be the first one answering this question. I am so up so twenty. One by the way found ended for me. Yes so yeah. When i was thinking of this question the first thought that popped in my head was like birds flying into windows lot so like if all animals could fly. This would probably be a problem with other animals as well. Not just birds silent. Look a little more into that. And i didn't want to look at every single animal. I just wanted to focus on one. So i looked at the most populous. Animals and cows are the most populous animal other than humans at one point..

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What if every animal could fly?

Absurd Hypotheticals

02:03 min | 1 year ago

What if every animal could fly?

"If all animals could fly. Everything lamb can fly so this does include humans. I don't think any of us talked about humans because we really want to focus on the animal bits so he can fly. But we're just not going to talk about. Yeah that's an interesting part. I mean we've probably talked. 'but people find in the past sure i imagine so. Yeah i think we had opposite on actually did we. Actually i couldn't remember. It seems like something we've done but only because just so on brand that it feels like we've done it before. Like ben thought we did a shark question before we did a shark quit rate they feel like i remember making the thumbnail for it and pretty sure we did it. I can picture. The thumbnail may head so theoretically exists somewhere in our back catalogue. It's an early episode. So actually chris. You don't really have to go flat episode because you're going to be the first one answering this question. I am so up so twenty. One by the way found ended for me. Yes so yeah. When i was thinking of this question the first thought that popped in my head was like birds flying into windows lot so like if all animals could fly. This would probably be a problem with other animals as well. Not just birds silent. Look a little more into that. And i didn't want to look at every single animal. I just wanted to focus on one. So i looked at the most populous. Animals and cows are the most populous animal other than humans at one point. Four six billion cows and that after that herb pigs and sheep at one billion each But i just want with cows so what. What if what happens if a cow flies in doing. I imagine it's going to be a lot worse than bird. A bigger splash on. Yeah but before it gets. I went to like look at birds. Like birds fly into windows in general like the statistics behind it so smithsonian researchers studied this in twenty fourteen. They estimated that arranged they ran the give like a pretty big range but They said three hundred sixty five million to one billion birds per year die from Find a window

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"single animal" Discussed on Absurd Hypotheticals

Absurd Hypotheticals

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"single animal" Discussed on Absurd Hypotheticals

"If all animals could fly. Everything lamb can fly so this does include humans. I don't think any of us talked about humans because we really want to focus on the animal bits so he can fly. But we're just not going to talk about. Yeah that's an interesting part. I mean we've probably talked. 'but people find in the past sure i imagine so. Yeah i think we had opposite on actually did we. Actually i couldn't remember. It seems like something we've done but only because just so on brand that it feels like we've done it before. Like ben thought we did a shark question before we did a shark quit rate they feel like i remember making the thumbnail for it and pretty sure we did it. I can picture. The thumbnail may head so theoretically exists somewhere in our back catalogue. It's an early episode. So actually chris. You don't really have to go flat episode because you're going to be the first one answering this question. I am so up so twenty. One by the way found ended for me. Yes so yeah. When i was thinking of this question the first thought that popped in my head was like birds flying into windows lot so like if all animals could fly. This would probably be a problem with other animals as well. Not just birds silent. Look a little more into that. And i didn't want to look at every single animal. I just wanted to focus on one. So i looked at the most populous. Animals and cows are the most populous animal other than humans at one point. Four six billion cows and that after that herb pigs and sheep at one billion each But i just want with cows so what. What if what happens if a cow flies in doing. I imagine it's going to be a lot worse than bird. A bigger splash on. Yeah but before it gets. I went to like look at birds. Like birds fly into windows in general like the statistics behind it so smithsonian researchers studied this in twenty fourteen. They estimated that arranged they ran the give like a pretty big range but They said three hundred sixty five million to one billion birds per year die from Find a window

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"single animal" Discussed on F That Noise

F That Noise

05:39 min | 1 year ago

"single animal" Discussed on F That Noise

"Reference piece of me not expenditure. Who's going jamie jamie. Who i Microsoft pissed. Because i won't go i. I decided to go with a quality care because they're cute and cuddly. Just like jamie klein. Jimmy nine after a bloody mary. You sell a lot of money to the black work. I love koala bears. They're they're they're cute and furry news. Don't give shit that. Just sitting around eating made their own for that. yeah nutritious. it's a second so yeah. I'm going with koala bear. Would against that can dazzle prince harry. You're gonna say again every well. I thought jamie's jimmy's choice exam. That was going to be prince harry She does refer ginger koala. We going to change my prince harry sitting in the quarter in the shed hardy. That's a party. Excuse me jamie jamie. Would you have any bamboo jamie bamboo any. Hey that's my that's my best british accent. Us anywhere selected ion fucker. I always wanted combined is one of the tasmanian devil of but i don't want i don't like really want the actual one from as many i want cartoon has been in double fan so i it doesn't exist exactly why go halfway and and you know says mattocks i I just identify with them. We're both harry walter. Prone nasty outbursts out of nowhere. We both like no fucking pigs in a lot of noise doing is i think I think tasmanian devil you do like to spend circle suits of a mix nude. It's got your key. Here's the thing is going to be like the most basic exotic animal. Because i can't you put the expectations of the concrete or no. It said it was a show killer. I said it was suck. I thought it was sort of the expectations for a. What's your choice. Calypso are man. I i i i don't i don't have an answer i don't scam. Don't have a choice of scam. There's not a single on this. Oh that i would want pickup. I have nothing. There is not a single animal. I would ever want in my fucking house. Not at all. Nope Fish zilch nothing. I had a fish to fish. The my kids wanted to carnival lasted all of about seven days. That's carnival Yeah i know. I just like the carney's iran. just no i. i don't like it's a blind spot in my personality. I am sensitive that. It's just me. But i am am not an animal person at all. Good stay the fuck out of my house. That's where i'm at the killer. I don't have an existing ship for stopping. It's all he's why is that. You're not a a an animal person. Why the fuck do i want to clean up after another living being. I like it. Look i like other people's dogs. I'll go to somebody else's house. I will play when all day and you'll think oh my god. He loves ducks. No that's some bitches not coming back to my house. Because i'm not cleaning up piss not cleaning up shit and i sure she ain't cleaning up puke or doggy diarrhea around my house. Absolutely the fuck nat. So that's how i am. That's how i am with kids odds. Same thanks i get it. I totally get. It makes them successful exotic animal. What i want. Well what a lion sure. Why not sure that. But that's not that excited. It's not crazy weeks. Is this the third already one week. I think it's one week right. Nine days nine fucking day. A i think february third is going to be on a wednesday. When our it's getting to be turned.

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"single animal" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:51 min | 1 year ago

"single animal" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"We're thinking about all of those who have lost their jobs this year. Lines of food banks prove how many people are struggling right now, and amid the slowdown brought on by the pandemic, there were some industries that could not keep up with demand. They aren't selling hand sanitizer and masks, but they offer something else we've all needed during the pandemic companionship. Here's a B. C's dairy. All bigger. This is a familiar sound in many homes during the cove in 19 Pandemic down Good George. That's New York City couple, Lindsay and Scott Goldberg training the newest addition to their family. Jordy, a mixed breed puppy They adopted from a local shelter and good for them, says Dr Andrew Flint, a veterinarian in Litchfield County, Connecticut. There are a number of animals in shelters are shelters in this country are overflowing with Dogs and cats and even other types of pets that through no fault of their own, have ended up there. Whether they were they got lost and were picked up or their families couldn't afford to have them anymore, or some of them have behavioral problems, and so they end up in the shelters. And has such another all looking for homes and rescue groups and shelters lately have been busier than ever. It has been amazing. We actually emptied our shelter two weeks prior to when we thought a shelter in place order would go into into effect, and we got every single animal in our facility into foster care. Irene born Graber, executive director of Liberty Humane Society in Jersey City, New Jersey, says she can't remember when so many people were so anxious to adopt weren't quite sure how what was going to have Been next. If people were going to go back to work if they were going to be willing to take the animals for an extended period in time, and we were really pleasantly surprised and shocked at how many people stepped up to continuously foster animals for long periods, and a lot of people ended up deciding to make them a permanent edition and adopt that's great news, she says. But like all job shelters have had to rethink the way that they operate during this pandemic. Tiffany Lacey runs Animal Haven, a shelter in New York City. We are on essential service, so our workers were coming into animal Haven. We had two started downsize and we had to call volunteers off because we have like a army of volunteers and also closed the front doors born Graber agrees. I personally am not full time at our facility. We are staggering 18 B team, so I don't see a lot of our management on a daily basis or even on a weekly basis. And it is really tough, and we have really had to change the way we communicate with each other and the way that we communicate about the mission. It also left a big part of many rescue organizations out of the loop. I mean, we really miss our volunteers. We miss having people on site that cross pollination of ideas is really essential. And there really isn't a good replacement for.

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"single animal" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

02:13 min | 1 year ago

"single animal" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"We're thinking about all of those who have lost their jobs this year. Lines of food banks prove how many people are struggling right now and amid the slowdown brought on by the pandemic. There were some industries that could not keep up with demand. They aren't selling hand sanitizer of masks, but they offer something else we've all needed during the pandemic companionship. Here's a B. C's dairy. All bigger. This is a familiar sound in many homes during the covert 19 pandemic dance Good. That's New York City couple, Lindsay and Scott Goldberg training the newest addition to their family, Jordy, a mixed breed puppy they adopted from a local shelter and good for them, says Dr Andrew Flint, a veterinarian in Litchfield County, Connecticut. Number of animals in shelters are shelters in this country are overflowing with Dogs and cats and even other types of pets that through no fault of their own, have ended up there. Whether they were they got lost in were picked up or their families couldn't afford to have them anymore, or some of them have behavioral problems, and so they end up in the shelters. And has such? No, They're all looking for homes and rescue groups and shelters lately have been busier than ever. It has been amazing. We actually emptied our shelter two weeks prior to when we thought a shelter in place order would go into into effect, and we got every single animal in our facility into foster care. Irene born Graber, executive director of Liberty Humane Society in Jersey City, New Jersey, says she can't remember when so many people were so anxious to adopt weren't quite sure how what was going on. Happened next if people were going to go back to work if they were going to be willing to take the animals for an extended period in time, and we were really pleasantly surprised and shocked at how many people stepped up to continuously foster animals for long periods, and a lot of people ended up deciding to make them a permanent edition and adopt that's great news, she says. But like all job shelters have had to rethink the way that they operate during this pandemic. Tiffany Lacey runs Animal Haven, a shelter in New York City. We are on essential service, so our workers were coming into animal Haven. We had two started downsized..

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"single animal" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:52 min | 1 year ago

"single animal" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"We're thinking about all of those who have lost their jobs this year. Lines of food banks prove how many people are struggling right now, and amid the slowdown brought on by the pandemic, there were some industries that could not keep up with demand. They aren't selling hand sanitizer masks. They offer something else we've all needed during the pandemic companionship. Here's a B. C's dairy. All bigger. This is a familiar sound in many homes during the cove in 19 Pandemic down Good George. That's New York City couple, Lindsay and Scott Goldberg training the newest addition to their family, Jordy, a mixed breed puppy they adopted from a local shelter. And good for them, says Dr Andrew Flint, a veterinarian in Litchfield County, Connecticut. There are a number of animals in shelters are shelters in this country are overflowing with Dogs and cats and even other types of pets that through no fault of their own, have ended up there. Whether they were they got lost in were picked up or their families couldn't afford to have them anymore, or some of them have behavioral problems, and so they end up in the shelters. And has such another all looking for homes and rescue groups and shelters lately have been busier than ever. It has been amazing. We actually emptied our shelter two weeks prior to when we thought a shelter in place order would go into into inspect and we got every single animal in our facility into foster care. Irene born Graber, executive director of Liberty Humane Society in Jersey City, New Jersey, says she can't remember when So many people were so anxious to adopt weren't quite sure how what was going to happen next. If people were going to go back to work if they were going to be willing to take the animals for an extended period in time, and we were really pleasantly surprised and shocked at how many people stepped up to continuously foster animals for long periods, and a lot of people ended up deciding to make them a permanent edition and adopt that's great news, she says. But like all job shelters have had to rethink the way that they operate during this pandemic. Tiffany Lacey runs Animal Haven, a shelter in New York City. We are on essential service, so our workers were coming into animal haven. We had to sort of downsized. We had to call volunteers off because we have like a army of volunteers and also close the front doors born Graber agrees. I personally am not full time at our facility. We are staggering 18 B team, so I don't see a lot of our management on a daily basis or even on a weekly basis. And it is really tough, and we have really had to change the way we communicate with each other and the way that we communicate about the mission. It also left a big part of many rescue organizations out of the loop. I mean, we really miss our volunteers. We miss having people on site that cross pollination of ideas is really essential. And there really isn't a good replacement.

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Progress Toward A Safer Psychedelic Drug To Treat Depression And Addiction

Fresh Air

03:29 min | 1 year ago

Progress Toward A Safer Psychedelic Drug To Treat Depression And Addiction

"There's growing evidence that psychedelic drugs can help people with mental health problems like addiction and depression. But these drugs also cause hallucinations and other dangerous side effects. So as NPR's Jon Hamilton reports, scientists are working to create safer alternatives. The drug ibogaine comes from the roots of a West African shrub. Small studies suggest it can reduce drug cravings and withdrawal symptoms. But David Olson of the University of California, Davis says using ibogaine is a treatment presents huge challenges. Ibogaine is like the Mount Everest of psychedelics. It causes hallucinations and potentially fatal heart problems. Also, it's really hard to make in large quantities. Olson in a team of researchers had a question. Can you take a really complex molecular structure like ibogaine and distill it down to its essential elements that give rise to the beneficial effects? Coulson's team started by giving the ibogaine molecules some nips and tucks be locked off the parts of the structure that gave rise to a lot of the deleterious effects and we left the part of the structure intact. It still was able to have anti addictive and anti depressant properties. The changes also left the substance that was easy to manufacture. The scientist named their creation tavern and tha Log or TV G, and they began testing it in rodents, including some binge drinking mice. Every single animal in the experiment. Reduce their consumption for alcohol, which was really, really surprising. TVG also helped rats that had been addicted to heroin, Olson says. Usually these rats relapse in response to light or sound cues they associate with the drug Tabernacle log is able to have this long lasting protective effect on heroin relapse. TVG also improved symptoms of depression in mice. All without producing any heart problems or behaviors associated with hallucination. Wilson, who has a financial stake in T B G, says drugs based on psychedelic substances have great potential because they work in a different way. They don't mask disease symptoms. Really designed to try to rewire the brain. The T B G results appear in the journal Nature, and it's still not clear whether they will hold up in people. But scientists not involved in the study say the approach has great potential. It's definitely promising it zah first step Gabriella Manzano is a researcher at well Cornell Medicine in New York and co author of a commentary on the T V G study. She says it suggest a way to make other psychedelic drugs safe enough to become mainstream options for treating psychiatric disorders. This provides a road map on how we could start tweaking these chemical compounds to make them very useful in the clinic. Keep the good parts get rid of the bad parts. It's still not known, though, whether getting rid of the bad parts will keep the drugs from being effective. Counter. Liston is an associate professor of neuroscience and psychiatry it while Cornell. One of the big questions in the field is is the hallucinogenic experience necessary for getting better. And there's some evidence both ways, Liston says. It's time to figure out what psychedelic drugs and they're triplets counterparts can really do for people with depression, addiction, PTSD and other disorders. Let's gather the data. Let's see what works. Let's make sure we understand the safety profile. But let's also be open to the possibility that these compounds could really help. A lot of people who need help. Listen, notes that one psychedelic ketamine has already been approved to treat depression. Jon Hamilton. NPR news

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"single animal" Discussed on X96

X96

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"single animal" Discussed on X96

"Can I shoot we need to speak to our superiors puffs of good use your telephone yes it is I mean a lot of Disney's judging can you show me where he points out no no you know there's been a misunderstanding your wife is over we just need to look at these proposals that's all look we don't this is a community we don't although the odds are you won't do what it says it'll be noble I promise you just sign this no let me hear from us again your soul on top salute besides when you wrote is laid you'll be fine you shall be full of people good get some help and it turns out that that they're they are married and they're also brother yes this is what you've been watching it's really good and very disturbing I have to say about you know what else can be deserving Sir times there's a vat well I just to say there's a vet in town yeah every single animal that comes to the vat dyes Jim Hjelm horrible way in some yeah yeah it's like he doesn't know that he's supposed to cure the apples and psyche suppose got them down twenty dollars what else is weird what mystery science theater three thousand it's weird in a different way yes coming to Eckels theater well this is Saturday Kerry jazz.

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"single animal" Discussed on Q95

Q95

02:54 min | 2 years ago

"single animal" Discussed on Q95

"A very good light okay now what happened I'm going to hit the ball say here we go they need to take that sixty seven thousand Bucks and and just get a bunch of those of things you're putting yourself on that now prevent the glass from breaking all those thank you yeah I get it this this seems a little steep for one piece of glass windows yeah who well it's water there is in my builder the price of a windshield from no we have a more prescription we the other bears their side one of the least there's a circus out there called circus run Cali that is doing something unusual they've swapped out real horses lions and elephants were holograms the show still features an array of acrobats and fiery circles but not one single animal Israel they've created three D. holographic imagery with projectors opaline arena one hundred feet wide and sixteen feet deep with the view three intern sixty degrees so that's pretty cool is this I'd be great if they had a hologram of a lion tamer begin at the mall yeah we're gonna do exactly make it so real right three top money winners in jeopardy history will vie for a share of one and a half million dollars in January cool ABC in the quiz shows producers said Monday that Ken Jennings Brad Rutter and James hold power will compete in the prime time episodes on the network and the first contestant to win three matches will receive one million dollars prime time yeah apple take home two hundred and fifty thousand dollars Alex Trebek will host the contest title jeopardy the greatest of all time it'll debut at eight o'clock eastern on January seventh is the top all time money winner with four point seven million dollars followed by Jennings with three point four million and hold power with two point seven in a statement Trebek said that three of prove the quote that they qualify as the greatest and they will now compete to be the best of the best pretty fun I can guarantee one thing about this what's that unlike the first winner of survivor whoever wins this will be smart enough to pay their taxes that guy yeah when a million Bucks and didn't bother paying the Iraq and doctor jail is that these that now was he didn't get it yeah that or that's Richard takes all the fun out of him being a jackass well that does not really I just know that I think about it so what never liked them didn't deserve to win right you are okay also from Hollywood reporter The Hollywood Reporter is saying Nicholas cage is in the final negotiations to star as Nicholas cage in a sort of meta film all cage was reportedly chosen over several other actors to portray himself.

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"single animal" Discussed on Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

04:55 min | 3 years ago

"single animal" Discussed on Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

"Next to the to the driver. And I mean the driver the guide. I mean he's he's, he's so good. I mean it's like it's like being with a great coach. He's checking tracks. I'm Dan, it was like Tato and the loan rates, they're looking for, you know, the lion tracks the Mamba snake track. These. Elephants. You know, trying to find him because you're in a huge sizes or preserve and, and, Sarah, my wife was the best, she was even better than our guide who would she found every single animal. She found the lion. She found the, the giraffe the, the elephants. She, she spotted the jackal. She would see a ABS late of grass move or something like that. And then she would she would find him but our, our guy did find the elephants force, and we were up close to elephants. I got I got about three and a half minute video of, of the elephants eaten, maybe a meter to two meters away from us using get immersed immersed in immersed in the language and culture when I when I take these trips. But can I tell you this? I asked our guide. How he finds these the, the animals, and it was just I'll just play it on my on my phone here. Can I haven't figured out how to how to be able to post these videos? Damp with unpredictable. But he's who provoke them, but can go through. I was reading press with us sort of coming just feeding so close to us. It's for you on the consumer the cat. France, the mental genius. How'd you know they're gonna be right there? It's una- bunk. To was incredible spot. I knew this only they couldn't tell you by surprise. I we I heard they were WALE in the other direction. The execute the sound was in the other direction. New, too humid, exactly. To see this. We can hear that he spoke from that. I can give the thinking of cheese. And I you similar yet video optimistic in confident that to finding and see the coaches Apia yet, Begovic area. Rabble very optimistic. Hope he didn't. I love the way says Africa, two Africa. What was a little bit ethical audio. So they if the first run we did was four six o'clock in the morning, we got up before forty five eating breakfast, Forty-five synagogue in the morning. That's when coach you who I who is in. Who did you ride with who were your chest your Zordich and then someone centers corner show? Yeah, I was with clayborn, green or academic coordinator, my wife and then we were with the linebackers I had, like click. Hodson. Josu J, Devon Gill campground, Michael Barrett. Jamison offered all, and then who's right behind me, someone I could missing one guy. And then coach who were you riding with. I was with Sean Mckee, Ben mcdaniels Garry, and Llewellyn hazlet and. I was with the Chris Barnes, and then David Turnley, they've attorney, Dr Kylie. She had to go back. She was with us the first day, and then the second day, then, then we had David Turnley for the, the second third session, so. Yeah, it was a Sarah, my wife and my daughter, Addie. I think I think that was everybody. And yeah, the lions came right? And sat right behind your I drive, I drive. We were the only ones to see lions at that point, the very first day out. And, and they came walked like, right close to our to our Jeep, and then walk behind it. And somebody, I think it was me who got up to, like, I was going to take a video and, and guide said, no don't get off, these lions see the vehicle and these people as, as one thing you know, that Jeep is too big to take down. So they're not gonna they're not gonna come. Look, they check you out, then they look at you not. They don't stare at you. But they, you know, they side I and they're, they're looking around and everything else that is going on. But it was it was credible. The elephants were credible the lions gonna make your heart, stop you look into their eyes and they're just unbelievable. And you know that you see him there with their cubs and we had two lion. Cubs were were there. One day that the mother lion was trying to get them to move. I mean these lines like the move. They don't they don't just stay in saying one spot. These animals are always just on the move on the move and watching her trying to get these two.

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"single animal" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

The Ross Bolen Podcast

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"single animal" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

"Just taking care of animal giving it a warm place to sleep and some food every morning at night. And then that's it. It's really really great. And it's a really easy left. So tell us a little bit about what else? I mean, obviously Austin pets alive has you know, you have your fostering program. What else do you all do what I mean? Because it's got so big I've been in Austin for eight years, and I've been aware of Austin pets alive feels like the entire time. Probably I've been to probably three different of ios like campuses or whatever they're called. And on multiple occasions different ones when I lived in in central west central Austin, you'll have that one by Tzilker the giant one I've been out there like five or six times. And it's always a lot of fun going out there and seeing all the animals, but anyway, tells about what y'all do. Yeah. So we are an animal rescue organization as well as a shelter. So we started in nineteen Ninety-seven just an advocacy organization trying to help Austin on the road to know kill essentially ninety seven we had just a dismal live release rate. So only fifteen percent of animals that were going into shelters coming out alive. Yeah. I mean, it's really bad. And that was actually I mean, that's still the standard across the country and in different areas of Texas depressing. It is except here in Austin. We've changed that so two thousand eight APA became what it is known as now as a rescue organization and at that point. I think we had a live release sort of like fifty percent in the city. And so we set out. Out with awesome animal center to make it no kill which meant getting ninety percent of animals who enter Austin shelters coming out alive. And we actually reached that in two thousand eleven ninety percent. That was our arbitrary number back. Then. Yes. So now, we're at about ninety seven to ninety eight percent animals those incredible. Yeah. And is I mean, we're a no kill facility. So we don't take in animals from the street, essentially, we only take an animals who are on euthanasia list's that other shelters. So every single animal in our care has been given a second chance or sometimes a third or fourth chance a mole book that I'm on like number seventeen seventeen it's going really, well, though, this one that's great question. So I worked for well. Let me rephrase that I was on court ordered probation to.

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