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Fresh update on "six minutes" discussed on Morning Edition
"Six minutes after three o'clock Good morning. I'm Jean Marie. Here's with coming up on morning edition. President Trump has announced a national commission to promote patriotic education. Also, a new study shows how discriminatory lending practices that began nearly a century ago continue to reverberate more about this example of systemic racism and the Jewish high holidays begin tonight with Celebration of Russia, China the Jewish New Year. Rabbi share how their sermons will be shaped by this year's events. That's all coming up.
Harris leads Miami to season-opening win over UAB
"By the way watching the canes it's all about you baby thirty, one, fourteen struggling. If you ask me with UAB now, they're gonNA win the game right but there's just under six minutes to go. Yeah. They'RE GONNA win the game but not the way they should win the game. Let's be fair. Dates win by thirty. We said it today. Should win by thirty and there was a game that I'm sitting here sweating out sweating out that number. And you know what's funny is that UAB's got the ball and they're moving the ball on Miami. They just threw a twenty five yard for a first down. I mean it is unbelievable. They are so bad. It is beyond me how bad Miami is I don't care. You cannot tell me. That beating UAB thirty, one fourteen is good enough. When you say you do you remember when they used to play Miami is to have a schedule where they played at one cream puff at the beginning of the season first game they went sixty six to nothing. I. Mean the other team wouldn't even score. Now they play cranberries and they give up touchdowns left and right. It doesn't matter who they play everyone that that plays Miami's in the game.
Are you ok? How are you dealing with lock down life?
"Hello, and welcome to another episode of the gun show. I am your host. Am I gonNA wardner? Shall we go through some bullet points? It's mid week episode say why not and these bullet points focus on? Are you? Okay And I'm asking this question. Because early on in the year when things all over the world and I know that we have listeners everywhere. Things will really uncertain all over the globe and we were going into lockdown and covid nineteen was new and completely unknown and we were we were checking in with each other a lot we checked in with each other on this podcast over on instagram where I met him guns over in the facebook group the link to join us in the show notes. And I speak for myself. But I definitely found easing into lockdown easier than easing out I found the implementation of strict guidelines to be rigid framework within which I could work and understanding that these are rules that needed to be followed. I've felt pretty comfortable adapting to them. It felt like these the rules this is what you've got to stick to. You know I can do that, and admittedly it was probably easier for someone like me who worked to themselves works mostly from home and lives alone have dependents or anyone else that I have to really worry about me. So look down life wasn't really a world away from my regular life and my work and social literally went online and I used to face to face. I, started to do on video calls however. Easing out and picking up the pace again has definitely not been a smooth which made me wonder how you're dealing with it and yes. It might be great villas. They were all easing back into something that resembles what used to be normal but these are really big changes that we're dealing with and navigating for the first time so I ask you again all you. Okay. And that seriously in very genuinely because it's a question that we ask each other often. But how many times you honest when you answer how often do you instinctively reply I'm fine. Thank you or good. Thanks. How are you just immediately deflecting it putting onto the other person without even really checking in with how you feel that how many times have you ask someone? Hey, how are you are you? Can you find McCain however you and you realize that you're on the third round of asking so the how how you doing? October a few times. Maybe it's just me no paying attention anyway. So the concept of being. Okay. Why this stems from, this comes from a psychologist Thomas Thomas Harris and in therapy focuses on rather than a place of perfection. Place of what's comfortable what feels good enough so it prompted me to think well, what does okay feel like obviously, it's going to feel different for everybody. But if you era to for no good reason, if you're short tempered judgmental, perhaps you're feeling judged you're angry maybe it's you're showing signs at just not particularly well. Often, all of the time. or You just feel bleak like the outlook is just bleak and this could be an indicator that you're not okay and. That's okay. Tube. There are steps that can be taken but when lockdown began I, started the series feel-good habits and this was with the intention of putting out. The sort of helpful hints stretched isn't techniques that could help steer someone listening you my most excellent listeners away from a crappy mood towards a better one. And then what you're telling me, you're finding value in these compositions, which is wonderful. So they're going to keep coming at new. But I also just wanted to share in a broader sense. Some of the things you can look out for that might help you identify not only when you're doing. Okay. But when you slightly off kilter and the reason I wanted to do this is because I have previously as a lot of longtime listeners. No, I was a few years ago diagnosed with depression anxiety and since therapy and feel as though on the other side of those things although it's always a work in progress, you always field was the expression they using them recovery. It's always in the darkness during press ups doing pull ups like making so it can come back but anyway. I feel as though, I could have prevented those things the depression anxiety. From becoming a severe as they ended up becoming if I had asked myself if I had gone through this checklist that I'm about to share with you. Because it went unchecked for such a long time so that by the time. We got to the point where we got to. It was pretty drastic. Felt like it for me anyway, and so this is why I wanted to share this checklist with you. So the first thing is how he functioning and by this I mean the daily stuff you have to do laundry washing, ironing, vacuuming getting are getting ready in the morning even brushing your hair. Any of this stuff in itself feel like a chore to You or do you feel exhausted after you've done it. And I can remember I'm I'm laughing about it. Now 'cause what else what else can you do but when I was depressed and didn't know it Used to dread vacuuming my flat I really liked how high no I really liked how the look afterwards but I used to dread it because in my head I would think, right? Yeah. You've got to get the vacuum cleaner out and then I think, yeah, the vacuum cleaners quite heavy. Yeah and I think the I think the thing when it's long enough and so actually when hoover it doesn't actually really hurt my back and The cool doesn't reach from that plug socket to the far end of the war, which means I have to unplug it and re plug it in, and it's it's a bit of a fast go Goya and say by the time I actually got to doing it. I had so many barriers between me and the actual task that it had become something really really big in my hand. and. So the only way I ended up being able to get around that was to time it Kalamazoo take me to clean the flat live in Paris. It was six minutes
Its Not In Your Head, It's Your Microbiome
"Good Morning Karen. Bradley coming to you. On, this bright morning here in the Philadelphia Area I want to share with you something that popped into my mind. And that is it's not all in your head. I feel like it's time for me to come clean with you all. It's not all in your head. All of this struggle, the striving the trying to create practice in your life the feeling like you're on the wagon off the wagon, all of this. Oh, the struggle that we go through. Thinking that we're not enough thinking that we can't stay consistent with anything. It's not in your head. I've spent my entire career motivating empowering. Doing whatever I can do. To support people in feeling their best. Performing their best and about a year ago I learned that it's not all about mental motivation. It's not just about willpower and your inability or ability to stay consistent. So much of what we're dealing with right now, my friend has to do with what's happening in our gut. The Gut microbiome, the GUT brain connection. Is. Absolutely. Essential. In, staying, consistently, healthy, staying consistent in our in how we eat how we move how he sleep what we say how we act. If our gut microbiome, which is your gut environment, which is really the combination of non human bacteria and viruses in our bodies. When that is out of balance, which it is, I have to tell you for probably ninety nine point nine percent of us. Our Gut microbiome is out of balance because of lifestyle. Pharmaceuticals poor nutrition stress, right? We've all got that. Because of that are microbiome is out of balance and because our microbiome is out of balance or what's called in despite. What happens is the neuro chemicals such as Serotonin, dopamine and Gaba Norepinephrine, which is produced and stored in our gut mostly. All of those feel good and motivational neurotransmitters are imbalanced and not supporting. US effectively. Now, this conversation goes away past just six minutes, but I I needed to get it out because I've spent the last year. In deep deep understanding of how are microbiome affects our mental wellness and I want to talk to you about it. I haven't chatted with you about it up until today in these morning messages. But honestly, I'm spending probably fifty percent of my work day in how this microbiome of ours affects our mental wellness and how by improving or what's called modulating microbiome through nutritional supplements through stress reduction through improving our sleep and more how improving or microbiome improves mental wellness.
Culture Cults Week
"This week's theme comes to us from Sean Abraham Preston and is called culture colts. Here's why Sean chose this theme. He writes. Hi. I'm Sean Abraham Preston and the theme I chose is culture. Cults Chose the theme because I'm fascinated with Howard devotion to new cultural ideals can cross over into spirituality in the worship of other people oftentimes with dark consequences. Were especially vulnerable to this when we're searching for meaning in Tumultuous Times of change. Like twenty twenty, for example. Here, are the episodes chosen by Sean for this week's theme along with short descriptions of each episode. The first one comes to us from the podcast strangers and is called the sun the Goddess Leopoldo. It's forty six minutes long. Here's the description. Born in a coven of lesbian witches in a Haight Ashbury commune after the fall of Saigon Young Joshua Safran soon hit the open road with his single mother and things only got stranger from there. A. Word of warning this story contained some disturbing moments. The next episode comes to us from. You must remember this is called Charles Manson's Hollywood part three, the beach boys, Dennis Wilson and Charles Manson Songwriter. It's forty seven minutes long. Here's the description. In this episode, we'll talk about Charlie Manson's arrival in Los Angeles. We'll discuss Dennis Wilson's life and the role he played in enabling Manson's rock and roll delusions, and we'll explain how the beach boys came to record a song written by Charles Manson. The next episode comes to us from friends of the friend called the beautiful cripple part one. It's forty nine minutes long. Marilyn Manson fan and a Silicon Valley's tech, Colt Cross paths in an adventure that ends in supernatural sex and murder. The next episode comes to us from Decoder Ring and is called the basement affair. It's forty three minutes long. Here's the description. What are the real reasons people go on reality? TV. This episode follows the story of an Hirsch and Kathy Nardone two women cast on VH1's Frank. The entertainer in a basement affair a show about an adult man looking for love while living in his parent's basement. How did one performance artists and one accidental performance artists make it onto the show and how did they behave once they made it their. Their story highlights the ways that reality television distorts narratives, obscures intentions, and stereotypes women, yet it's still irresistible to audiences and performers like. The last episode of the week comes to us from invisible era and is called the end of empathy. It's fifty two minutes long. Here's the description. In. Is a show that runs on empathy we believe in it, but are we right? In this episode, we'll let you decide. We tell you the same story twice in order to examine the questions who deserves our empathy and is there a wrong way to empathize? Those are the episodes chosen by Sean for this week's theme Culture Colts.
TSA Rescues Wedding Dress Left At Newark Liberty International Airport Checkpoint
"Say employees at Newark Airport saved the bride's big day after her wedding dress was left behind at an airport security checkpoint, says the bride's mom. Forgot to take the bag, holding her daughter's gown after she cleared security and got on a flight to Columbus, Ohio. Did we mention the wedding was the next day? T s a employee saw a lost and found email and found the dress in six minutes. It was shipped to Columbus in time for the beaming bride. I'll walk down the aisle. It's 7 11. Hi,
Podcasts about Ireland
"This week's team comes to us from Kevin Dolan and it's called podcast. It's about Ireland here's why Kevin chose this theme he writes. A host of a podcast on Irish history I've been amazed with the interest around the world with our little island with that in mind I thought I'd share some of my favorite podcast episodes about the island of saints and scholars. Here are the episodes chosen by Kevin, for this week's theme along with short descriptions of each episode. The first one comes to us from the history of Ireland and the episode is called setting the scene. It's eleven minutes long. In this, the inaugural episode, the Party's players and movements bouncing around Ireland in the early nineteen hundreds are introduced. Next up the episode comes to us from the Irish. Passport podcast and is called who were the celts it's sixty nine minutes long. Celtic. Identity is politically powerful, but historically nebulous a subject of debate among historians and archaeologists while being a source of inspiration to some an irritation to others. In this episode Naomi and Tim Visit Celtic Music Festival in the Netherlands to explore why the concept has such. International. Appeal, Tim Explores the political use and abuse of the idea of the celts in debates about identity and nationalism in Scotland and Ireland. The. Next episode comes to us from Radio Lab and is called tweak the vote sixty six minutes long. In this episode democracy is on the ropes in the United States and abroad citizens of democracies are feeling increasingly alienated, disaffected and powerless. Some are even asking themselves a question that feels almost too dangerous to say out. Loud. Is Democracy fundamentally broken. Next up, the PODCAST is called mother folklore and the episode is called the Blue Blue Grass of Home Irish in Appalachia. It's forty minutes long. In this episode, Rebecca Welles a singer in Nashville tells the lads about her Appalachian Roots and the influence of Irish music on bluegrass and other musical traditions. The last episode of the week comes to us from the blind boy podcasts and is called the Goblin of strange uncertain times it sixty two minutes long. In this episode, a hot take on society's response to Corona virus through the Lens of Grief Psychology, a post Catholic view of Ireland's response. Those are the episodes chosen by Kevin for this week's theme podcasts about Ireland.
Cori BushI'm Going To Congress
"I want to jump in because I'm just so. Proud of you and what you have accomplished here and not just in winning this election, but the everything that you have accomplished. Over the last several years of your life. I, mean you're one of those extraordinary people who we hope would enter you know a elected life so I'm just so happy to meet you and talk to you. I, mean like You you ran before and you lost and this time you got it done. So just how does that she'll? You know if feels amazing and I still can't believe it like it's still really is still a shock. I'm still trying to like you know soak it all in because we worked hard. We worked so hard just trying to you know have a voice in be seen especially coming from the standpoint of the protests the you know the the Ferguson activists, you know that was a whole big deal debt for somebody else running for office. So it's one thing to run for office is another thing to start off with this With the with some people called like this negative you know I guess stigma against me being this Ferguson activists because especially back twenty, four through twenty likes twenty, two, thousand, eighteen, it was like. You know people that burn down buildings. You know people just didn't really understand what we were doing. take me back to. Why you were drawn in. To go through the timeline of who you have been over the last several years. Why are you drawn first into the streets to protest with black lives matter when Ferguson was really hot. Yeah you know I just remember seeing. scrolling I was scrolling on social media and I kept seeing the picture of. Bike Brown, junior that picture of him laying in the street you know you know on his on his stomach and with his face to the ground and I remember just I i. I just kept scrolling past that I was just like it was just something I didn't want to see. You know it's all went on about my day and and then it just kept popping up in my seat and then. Later, that day when I just saw that people were starting to gather. I still didn't move. I didn't even realize it was in my own community until a little later that evening and I just decided you know out. So I needed to be out there but I didn't end up going that first day the next day I can you know people are like oh? No, you can't go out to dangerous you know, and so the next day I just went ahead and went. Out and what I saw in my own community was something that I never thought. I would see I mean it was I grew up like watching a civil rights footage. You know I mean it was like ingrained in me in school and at home, and so you know it just reminded me of like on the prize like it reminded me on of so much that I had seen in every book that I read. And I'm like this is my neighborhood like. Six minutes from where I live. You know the place where I will get my hair done on one side of the street, the the place by done on the other side of the street. At least we're all the people were congregated and I saw police in a way. I hadn't seen police before I saw police standing in this line and I saw dogs you know in you know it was just like what is happening in our community? as I felt like okay I'm I'm a I'm clergy maybe I can come out in you know pray with people you know and I'm a nurse. So I can be a medic I can just lend something to this. I didn't know I will end up protesting myself. I just wanted to come out and be a help, but the more I was out there. And just seeing innocent people brutalized seeing you know just the and just feeling the anger and the frustration and the in myself wanting to see justice like stayed, and then also my job had me out there doing grief and count in trauma work So like eight to five everyday, I was out there in front of we pitched a tent right in front of where Michael Brown's body was was. and. We had to guess and I had to like despot was in front of my face all day every day but it wasn't worse than the people who live in that complex what we were doing was. So we actually went to we would knock on the doors of the people who live there because some people just did not I don't know if you remember because I think you can't then you come. To. Yeah, and so were his body was on one side of the complex. People that were on the far side didn't want to cross where his body was laying. So people didn't have full didn't have diapers formula. You know toiletries people were people needed medical care that didn't have it. So we will go and knock on their doors to try and take them whatever whatever they needed and do that trauma work right then. Give Grief Counseling. Right on the spot is so just Jimmy an even more. And I had to just keep going back.
Israel's Netanyahu rails at media over protests against him
"Israel's prime minister has rallied at swelling protests against his rules, saying they are egged on by a biased media that distorts facts and tears on demonstrators. In a six minute rant. At a meeting of his Cabinet Sunday, Netanyahu slammed the media for inflaming the protests and for misrepresenting incidents of violence against the protesters. Netanyahu has faced a wave of protests in recent weeks, with demonstrators calling for the long serving indicted leader to resign and panning his handling of the corona virus crisis. Netanyahu has painted the protests as dens of anarchists and leftists out to topple a strong right wing leader.
Washington vs. Big Tech: Taking on the Trillion-Dollar Club
"Lawmakers came out swinging yesterday against Amazon Apple, Alphabet and facebook at an historic antitrust hearing held with CEOS, Jeff bezos, Tim Cook Sundar Pichai, and Mark Zuckerberg. Over remote Webcam, you swear or affirm under penalty of perjury that the testimony you out to give his show incorrect. The Best of your knowledge information and belief. So help you God. Yes. Let the record, show the witnesses answered informative. Thank you, and you may remain seated members of the House Judiciary Committee's antitrust subcommittee used charged language like too much power, Anti Competitive Acquisition and emperors as they aired their concerns about those four giant platforms. Here's the subcommittee chairman. Democrat, Peterson, Selene, a Rhode Island, our founders would not bow before king, nor should we bow before the emperor's of the online economy and ranking member? Wisconsin's Jensen. Brenner. Pointing out. Political concerns about size does big tech have a bias serves our consumers to? The need the protection of the antitrust laws. Both sides of the aisle had their opportunity to highlight this core conflict between Washington and Silicon Valley that antitrust enforcement can fix whatever is challenging or concerning about big tech. The CEO's for their part. Say We haven't squashed the competition. Here's Pichai Cook and Zuckerberg competition drives US team. needs to better products, Noah choices and more choices for every customers have a lot of choices in their products space fierce competition companies like Samsung, G. while way in Google has built successful businesses with different approaches. We okay with that. Our goal is the best, not the most I recognize that there are concerns about the size and power of tech companies. Now, we're services are about connection. Our business model is advertising and we face intense competition in both Amazon's ECOMMERCE dominance sparked a few intense moments after CEO Jeff bezos. The richest man in the world with a personal fortune of about one hundred and eighty billion dollars didn't get a question until nearly two hours into the hearing apparently due to a tech glitch. But then the pressure was on basis was asked about undercutting diapers, dot com before buying it Amazon's counterfeit problem whether Alexa favors Amazon's own products, many times. He didn't have the answer I. Don't remember that at all. I remember is that we we we'd match competitive. I believe we follow diapers cog, and this is eleven years ago I. Think we do is offer to get you information if you. Get it to your office for you read that article, but I didn't remember that piece of that I apologize for that I don't know the specifics of that situation, and I would be happy to give back to your office with more information about that. These questions for Basil's and Amazon strike at the heart of the antitrust that had been building for years as these four companies that we use every day every single day grow and grow larger with a combined market. Market cap of about five trillion dollars. If they were their own stock exchange, they'd be the fourth largest in the world. Here's vice chair. Joanna goose to facebook's mark. Zuckerberg strikes me over the course of the last several years. FACEBOOK has used. It's market power to either purchase or replicate the competition and facebook facebook. MESSENGER WHATSAPP instagram are the most now downloaded APPs of the last decade your company. Sir, owns them all and we have a word for that words monopoly. My Take Away I. Don't know I. Don't know if you guys watched I thought some of it was fascinating. A couple of questions, not not a lot of great questions thought. There's a lot of some good answers, some not good answers, but I didn't think that there was a major takeaway that all of a sudden. You know Washington was Gonna come down hard on these companies and there was evidence that was presented. That was gonna GonNa, create that challenge. I thought the most challenging piece of of news out there. But I think we've seen it before was instagram and facebook in some of the emails back and forth. Did you ever use this very similar facebook camera product to threaten instagram's founder Kevin side-stream? Congresswoman I'm I'm not sure what you mean by threatened I. Think it was public that we were building a camera up at the at the time in a chat. You told, MR, science that facebook was quote developing our own photos strategy. So how we engage now, we'll also determine how much were partners versus competitors down the line instagram's founders seem to think that was a threat he confided confided in an investor at the time that he feared you would go. That you would go into quote destroy mode if he didn't sell instagram to you, one of respectfully disagree with the characterization. Really dug into the emails and didn't take them out of context I. Thought, you'd have a hard case to make. Yeah, I, mean. I thought on on the point with facebook is easy Riley points to the quite a few different lawmakers went off the Mark Zuckerberg on on the topic of their competition practices whether he considered some of those companies they've taken over I, walk up and Instagram as competitors at that point which knowledge that they had been, which kind of course, a bit of a stir. Has Been Engaged in purchasing competition I, in some cases, replicating competition in some cases eliminating your competition, would that be a fair statement? The space of people connecting with other people is a very large space and I would agree that there were different approaches we took to to addressing different parts of of that space, but it's all in service of building the best services. Likewise said that they had tried to copy some of the particular tools that other rivals whether they bought them or not use including. Of course, the stories feature snap, which I thought was quite interesting, but Geo Point, Andrew as to whether we we conclude from yesterday that significant action from no makers is imminent. Even if we go to a sweep at the next election, the market didn't take that conclusion on those times. Talks hit session highs during the hearing, but the interesting dichotomy which goes to the question. Of, how much we managed to watch I watched as much as I could apart from when fed chair Jay Powell speaking and I watch that instead, and you had one side of Washington of goes up pressuring these tech stocks. The other part saying that we're hit as long as it takes, we're not even thinking about thinking about thinking about raising rates and not allowed old. Not just the textbooks. And close at a pretty strong session yesterday can I? Can I just ask whoever buys a company? That's not a competitor I mean. News the idea that you would buy a competitor when. Merger has ever taken place among a company that does an entirely different area that you wouldn't consider a competitor. Watching. This yesterday was complete theater just like it often is with the these congressional hearings. At. The beginning, they were asking questions and not even letting them answer. So this was really about giving Congress people their time to have their six minutes to talk and to go through with some of these things, I didn't feel like learned a lot under yesterday. I couldn't take my eyes off it when I was watching it, but it was theater. Classic, you'll take the time comments from lawmakers when they get me on. So they wanted to I, totally agree on that, but I would say compared to say twenty eighteen when Mark Zuckerberg had to go to face, they'll make on his own. Better prepared than they had even if it was then making arguments rather than letting. The answer, their questions, they made better arguments. They brought up more pertinent facts whether that was is Amazon. Abusing small sellers on this. Platform. In two, thousand, thirteen, it was reported that you instructed Amazon employees to approach discussions with certain business partners, and I quote the way a Cheetah would pursue a sickly gazelle is the gazelle projects still in place and as Amazon pursue similar predatory campaigns in other parts of its business. I cannot. comment on that because I don't remember it. Is. Apple misusing the margins, it takes on on the APP store. Apple from increasing its commission to fifty percents we serve. We have never increase commissions in the store since the first day at operated in two thousand eight. From doing so is it? No, Sir I disagree strongly with that, there is a competition for developers just like there's a competition for customers. So I think they were getting it the crux of some of the issues. But as we I think all concluding I, it didn't spell imminent danger for the tech stocks just because of that air. Just one note though on the competitor. Comment there or issue that you were just discussing Becky, which is an interesting one. We often talk on the show about how being a monopoly unto. itself is not illegal, and you just commented that you can't buy from everybody wants to buy competitor. Interestingly, if you're deemed a monopoly which is not illegal, but you have that market power, it actually is illegal to buy a competitor, and so if you really go back and read mark, Brooks emails even. Even about the instagram transaction, he actually even doubled back on one of his emails because I. Think he realized that given the power that having that industry depending on how you define it that he had to rewrite the email later to suggest no, I'm not trying to do this. He was by the way thinking about this, even to two, thousand, ten, you can. Almost, if you look through emails, you can sort of see how tracking in his mind. The Way He's thinking about it. So yes, everybody always wants to buy. But Inter stands at the size and scale that these companies are. Now, it's very hard to do that actually. Hit His. Answer. was that the FTC had all the same information that they had at that point in the FTC Peruta
Los Angeles teachers’ union says campuses should stay closed for start of school year
"The Los Angeles Teachers Union recommends keeping Ella who defined schools closed as Corona virus cases continue to rise across the county. It's a matter of not having everything that would be required to ensure a safe environment in place with just over a month before the new school year starts, Grace Reggiano authored a research paper about conditions that would need to be met first, including broader testing and contact tracing within the community as well as extra funding. This is not a society that has done what he needs to do to reopen school safely. Topher McAfee teaches eighth grade at Dodds in middle school. I don't know if I go back, even with less students in the room. How often are they really going to be able to clean? You know, there's a six minute passing period. In between are we're gonna have time to write the death down. What if someone did stick while their own campus But do we have the proper procedures and places for them to go at this point? The district has not made a decision about whether campuses will reopen Margaret Career O K Annex, 10 70 news.
Star Wars the Clone Wars
"We have tim again from Rainbow, comics to talk star wars and should preface. He's not just the Star Wars Guru, but it just happened to be that. That's what we're talking about today, so thanks Tim. We're GONNA. Be Talking some clone worst all right now. No, I love I love the clone. Thanks for having me back I. Don't mind talking about star. Wars at all. I'm definitely the Star Wars Guy at the store I've got a big old tie fighter sitting on the sitting on one of the shelves, and Yeah I love Star Wars up and down left and right but i. do know other things. SO YEAH CLONE WARS! I know when we talked in the past. You're really excited before the final seat. Well I guess, maybe it's going to be the final season of clone wars, but the new one was coming out, and of course by the time you hear this, it's done so I, will let the listener know that there will be spoilers. It's been long enough. I think, and it can goes to the dark side, you guys. I didn't tell him. It's like saying the titanic. Sinks at the end of the move. It does I my dad still loves that movie and He loved the Titanic before the movie came out, but every the movie's been on TV lot lately, and he keeps watching it, and I was like you've seen the movie. I know it's real long. The boat saying. There there we segue into. That anikin goes bad. Anikin goes bad the and thanks for listening you guys. All, right. But I know you loved the series. Mainly a Soka I would say is probably your best most favorite character. You think, man. She's up there and honestly My love really lies with rebels. But I honestly believe my love for rebels wouldn't exist without clone wars, and I think that clone wars an epic. Very much stands on its own It is so grand like even rebels is like four. Seasons. Whereas clone wars we've got. what is it seven seasons and a move at two thousand eight the I? Did you watch it when it first came out or did you catch a little later? I caught the movie win. It came out on DVD. Because they released the first three episodes as a feature, and if you go on like Disney, plus and you watch season one episode one. That's not worth starts. You have to go on Disney, plus specifically I'm going to go ahead and date this podcast right now around. This is not gonNA work in ten years when Disney pluses and the thing anymore but if you go into Disney plus and go under specials. Specials they have star wars. The clone wars. It's like an eighty six minute movie or something, and that actually comes before season one episode one that was released in theaters and Samuel. Jackson is Mace Christopher Lee is count Duku and I think there might be a third like original voice. Okay? I can't remember off the top of my head, but it's interesting because with clone wars being as long as it is. Tom Cain to me is Yoda so in rebels? They bring in Frank Oz to do Yoda's voice in that in. It's really cool that they got Frank Oz. But seeing a Yoda in that style that CG style sounding not like Tom Kaine like weirdly sounded wrong, and it's the original. Yoda and I might be alone in this, but I just just to have. The the iota that I'd heard 'cause I mean. I haven't counted it, but I have to assume Tom kaine probably has more recorded lines as Yoda than than Frank. Oz does so yeah I guarantee you. He does and especially in that visual style, but that's kind of carried. I know rebels in clone wars aren't exactly the stay the same, but stylistically there's a there's a theme that goes that over rice all of them so. It was just weird rebels to hear Yoda with the original voice, but kind of wanting it to be the voice from Clone Wars I. think that's an interesting legacy in and of itself, that is if a soak is maybe not your favorite I guess, could you let us know maybe your top two favorite characters from condo and I'm sorry. Let me finish. I'm sorry. Honda. Is Is my favorite character and he carries over into rebels. And even there's even a series of kids books, and there's one that's about Hanin chewy with the foul can, and they They have to team up with with Honda I. CAn't remember the name of it off the top of my head, but the audio book is narrated by By, the guy who does voice, who's also Winnie the Pooh and lost Jim Cummings okay. So he voices Hongo in coon, wars and rebels. He does his voice at Galaxies, Edge, theme park at Disney. is Hongo and so there's a whole a whole audiobook. You can just listened to Honda. Tell you a story and it's it's like great. Honda's my absolute favorite.
Breathe in Peace
"How're you doing? I'm Mary Medically and I. Welcome you back to our series. We're exploring this week. which is all about stress breakthroughs? This has to do with those moments in your life especially these days. When, you feel put on this side. With the kind of stress, you may be experiencing. I don't know about you, but since the Corona Virus I've noticed that people just aren't quite themselves. In fact. I've noticed that people really lash out quite a bit these days. We see that with protests, but we also see it in interpersonal relationships as well. A couple of weeks ago, someone had invited me to be interviewed on their podcast. So I agreed and on the day of the podcast. I was there waiting for the link so that we could. Join together so I could be interviewed. And I never received the link. And it was six minutes after. The time we were supposed to be meeting. I received a text message. Saying. How this person had been waiting for me, it had been only six minutes, and that I could consider the interview canceled. This was the strangest message because I've been interviewed many times, and usually if somebody is laid especially less than ten minutes late. And I wasn't late. I was there on time waiting for the link to be sent to me. Usually people will check in I to say hey, is everything okay? We have a meeting at time and I've been waiting. And do you need a new lean or else? You'll receive a phone call from the person checking in with you because technology doesn't always work, and also people are just very distracted now so I think it's important to. Each, other, a little slack. And then I had been invited to a nother interview, and this was another person I didn't know. So I showed up at the time, we were to have the interview. and. That person didn't show up, so I sent a message. I didn't have the person's phone number, but I sent an email. Checking in to see if they were okay or if they needed any of my other information to reach me and I didn't hear anything. So later that evening. I received a message. Telling me that they are no longer interviewing people remotely. They're only going to do live in person interviews after the corona virus. There is really no apology. It was just to inform me that. They were no longer doing interviews so since they've reached out to me, I thought. It would have been nice if they had. Let me know that they had cancelled interview. But. I just let them know that no worries, it was fine. But I really noticed how off. People are at least in my line of work. I'm not sure how things are going your way. There are lots of. Other ways that life is a little different now not only are people more on edge. But services aren't as great because. Things are missing or things are delayed. It just takes longer to get things done and to go places. It takes some strategy to think about. What you're going to do, and how you can do it safely and how you might anticipate. Your exposure to the virus I last week went to two different locations to get blood work done. By when I went to each location. The attendance were not wearing masks. Most of the people waiting in a crowded small waiting area. We're not wearing masks. I live in Florida and I. Do feel it's necessary to social distance. And wear masks especially in crowds, or when I go in public buildings where there will be a lot of people. So. This is very controversial where I live and in many places in the US. So there's that also it's like people are making political statements as to whether or not. They're wearing a mask. And some people might just be vulnerable or they might have been exposed. In so they want to keep other people say. So there's a lot of confusion and frustration because. At least in the state where I live, we're not really receiving a lot of good guidance and instruction. On how best to keep safe? But it's one thing to know how to keep safe from what we hear from experts, but it's quite another thing when there's really no enforcement. Of Safety Measures. Where I live in Florida, currently, we are one of the hot spots in the country. Ariza reading where just yesterday alone, there were five thousand new cases in Florida where I live. These times we're living in. Require, patience. And Tolerance?
The Cascadia Subduction Zone
"Today we're going to look at the Cascadia subduction zone, and what could be a mega quake the Pacific northwest subduction zone earthquakes have occurred every three hundred fifty years since six hundred BC with the most recent taking place January twenty six seventeen o one evidence for earlier quakes come from core samples taken from the. The Ocean floor, and from rings counted in the Ghost forest that I'll talk about a little bit later. The seventeen hundred quake caused several coastal regions, Washington and Oregon to drop sixty six feet, massive coastal storms during nine, hundred and ninety, seven, Ninety, eight, washed away tons and tons of sand, revealing hundreds of stumps, the remnants of a Sitka spruce forced. It is through. Through a combination of carbon dating an accounting of rings that the data, the last Cascadia subduction zone or C. S. Z. quake took place. The Earth's surface is made up of seven major plates and many smaller ones. The smaller plates creator earthquakes for short durations of fourteen forty five seconds at may reach nine point five on the Richter scale. They often take place of. Of Water call faultlines between plates March Eleventh Twenty Eleven Japan experience a subduction zone. Quite that lasted more than four minutes at nine point one on the Richter scale. It was a fourth, most powerful or quake in the world. Since modern recording began in nineteen, hundred shake created a Su- Nami, the reached a hundred and thirty three feet and mood six miles inland google. Google Japan's main island upon shoot, eight feet in shifted the earth on its axis between four and ten inches, this was an earthquake created by the shifting of the Pacific Plate finally to help put earthquakes in perspective, the long Prieta quake that interrupted the nineteen eighty nine world series in San Francisco. California lasted fifteen seconds the Great San Francisco earthquake of nineteen six was. was eight point six that lasted forty five seconds, but Japan's greater earthquake of twenty eleven lasted over four minutes at nine point, one of the Richter scale based on data from Oregon see geographer Patrick Corcoran and Usgs Alaska, science center kiss, missing mysteries will now tour the predicted minute by minute impact of Cascadia. Subduction Zone earthquake on the Oregon coast after three hundred twelve. Twelve years to see S Z could no longer take the strain it ruptures at a spot fifty five miles west of Cannon Beach Oregon and quickly spreads along the seven hundred miles of its length from British Columbia to Mendocino California. The North American plate slips fifty seven feet to the south. West sliding over the Wanda Fuca plate, but remember we're talking about across more. More than fifty miles deep, the first movement sons pressure wave that soapy way that travels through the Earth's crust at thirteen thousand miles an hour, it will reach the West Coast in ten seconds. The leading edge will hit Oregon's cannon beach and seaside thirty seconds later. It reaches Portland in fifty seconds his Seattle at nine point one is what seismologist call a full rip? Most cities can withstand a six point. Eight quake lasted about forty five seconds, but the difference between a forty second, and a four-minute quake has like the difference between a head on collision at four miles, an hour and forty miles an hour within three minutes shaking continues, the coast will drop from six to twenty five feet after five minutes. The worst is over for Portland and Seattle it will have suffered from ground liquefication Berlin will collapse, and they'll be gas fires citywide after six. Six minutes people seeking high ground to avoid the soon. NAMI will be impeded by debris driving. We'll be an impossibility at eight minutes. Nami will be about twenty five miles offshore. It approaches like an enormous high tide, but a flash flood speed leading edge will only be inches, but will increase to forty feet as predicted that the cascadia subduction zone quake would create twice the impact of Japan's great quake twenty eleven. Keep in mind the by the time you finish listening to this. There will have been earthquakes somewhere in the world. The Pacific
Chicago Stevenson Expressway Reopens After Shooting Investigation Closes Southbound Lanes
"Company good morning both Iran well good morning Pat we went from one mass on an expressway to now a mass on the tollway we will start on the tri state tollway were on the northbound side we have some really heavy traffic over the mile long bridge approaching the Stevenson this is because of a fully engulfed vehicle fire that is blocking the exit ramp to the inbound Stevenson expressway once you get past this we're jammed up from North Avenue to the Bensenville bridges a crash in the left lane there and in the middle of all that we had a report of a crash your Ogden's well with the crews heading out to check on it so kind of a very messy northbound tri state tollway trip today the southbound side of tri state is moving at the speed limit the rest the Illinois tollway staff a few spots of road work here and there but no major delays because of them on the expressways Eaton's looking good the Kennedy about twenty six minutes from o'hare sixteen from the junction outbound delays eyes now are about thirty three minutes from route three ninety twenty from Mannheim in about thirty two minutes out to route three ninety the Stevenson found out thirty seven minutes three fifty five the lake shore drive police from central Pulaski and Damon to the Dan Ryan outbound Stevenson's all clear traffic is using it once again after early morning shut down for an investigation the Dan Ryan invest a heavy past Garfield into the burning or change its twenty seven minutes from ninety fifth in downtown but the up outside of right is now delayed three fifty seven and the bishop Porter both in great shape lake shore drive north down so from Roosevelt to Monroe and then as you approach the Chicago River because the two right lanes remain closed over the Chicago River through the end of this month no southbound delays on lake shore drive I. eighty is all clear eighty ninety four looking good I sixty five the Indiana toll road in pretty good shape as well do you still have a closure in the loop State Street remains blocked from Randolph to lake because of ongoing police activity is it's an investigation into a shooting there she's Michigan
Deepak and Mallika Chopra Want Us To Focus on Being Human
"With your book and with both of your philosophies, how can you make sure that we're having open conversations with our children? And how can we teach them how to feel not just think but how to really feel entrust their feeling I. think it's one knowing our own feelings, knowing our own reactions to things, 'cause we lead by example so all of the techniques that I talk about talk about because my parents taught me and my brother, but were importantly my parents lived them, and so in turn tonight done as well. And then it really is knowing your individual kids, so my younger one who is more introverted more into gaming and things like that Actually what's fascinating is in the last two months of me, my nephew, my sister-in-law, we've all actually joined her gains, and so finding that a joining her platforms rather than making her. Do what we want. Has helped for all of us to communicate better. It's so true they learn from what they see you do on a repeated basis and what you make time for and how you speak about yourself, and how you speak about others and it it strikes me that your family. I feel like has has always been this very calming presence I for people who know you far and from afar and up-close in who you love and respect you and I. I feel like you were one of the earliest. Earliest ones to be talking about the power of meditation in the power of taking that moment of quiet or prayer, and there's so many ways of talking about meditation as not just a place to settle, but also a place to energize which I think is a really interesting sort of dichotomy of energy, and and and the calming experience of Meditation, and the, and the also extremely energizing experience of it and I love If you would talk about how you learned to meditate and I think. A how you learn to do it and how you make time for it regularly and be some some of the ways that you think something like a practice of meditation could be useful in a time like this, so it's you know it's A. It's a loaded question, but I love if you'd you both still seem so calm and wonderfully collected so share with us whatever the magic pillow is. Lots of ways to look at this sinc- Loria as pregnant. I think I can start right there. Because my Nigga traumatic it was go nine to eleven and she can talk about. NATO! But. This is not know from a scientific perspective. Some of two three months of pregnancy. How are you? I'm six months so at this moment. Your baby in Utero is listening to this conversation, even without maybe understanding it and this conversation, the tone of this decision is actually cleansing the baby's genetic activity. Endure electricity, right. If you were listening to music or reading, or dancing or laughing or watching candid camera. Maybe even if others show. And finding. The baby. Be having a good time and the genes regulate homelessness is set. would be activated on the other hand if you're listening to siren right now, an ambulance or gunshot wounds or anything that we watching US right now. The baby's genes would be activated in the direction of inflammation and distress when the baby's born even without knowing why if the baby would hear that sound the sound of the ambulance or the sound? Of the sound of the gunshot, it would go into. Anxiety would going to fear, it would go into the body would respond with inflammation and a compromised immune system. So the best thing you can do for your baby. Right up is set rate exists in every RAIGAD through huma joy through dodds to music to storytelling. Even right now you could start singing nursery rhymes, gio baby, and he or she would be. That the moon! After the baby's long the fibers. Please don't try to. Say or lecture or give it by steal baby or even make your baby a child mindful. because. The baby doesn't listen to that all the baby just a devouring. Fix your movements. A you two. Are you comfortable or not? Your facial expressions, you happy or not the tone of your voice. Your body language and you'll gestures. That's it. It's got neurons, so if you are stressed and if you're unhappy. You, are fearful doesn't matter what you say doesn't matter how much you meditate or do yoga debriefing. The baby is going to be. Period all the baby needs up to Flavius. deep, listening affection, which means deep getting appreciation, which means deep noticing of the baby's strengths, qualities, beautiful ages and acceptance do not tried to gauge that because it's unique so after five years you can tell your okay. Let's shut up her by minutes today. And when six showed up six minutes. To meditate when she was nine without any brush at all, okay and her brother young brother seven ourselves not precious. It happens by itself because your children are yourself in disguise. That's all they are. They just waiting different uniform because the different body. But they're mirrors of who you are.
One-Stop Reality Escapes Week
"This week's theme is one stop reality. Escapes the. Curator is Elena Fernandez. Collins who writes the audio dramatic newsletter. Here's why Elena chose this theme. Hi. My name is Elon and on this collins and themed shows is one stop reality escapes. Chose this theme because our consumption habits are necessarily changing, and then means sometimes you need a one time promise, and not a long term commitment. These episodes are escapes into fiction, the length of a movie or shorter. Here are the podcasts and episodes chosen by Elena along with short descriptions of each one. The first episode comes from the Big Luke podcast and it's called surfacing. It's thirty five minutes long. About this podcast. From QR RX Paul, Bay presents otherworldly stories from around the globe, every season feature, six distinct episodes, highlighting the strange, wonderful and often harrowing experiences of those living on the outer edges of the known world. In this episode, a Japanese Alma diver recounts the story of the love of her life through her daughter. The next episode comes from the sci-fi presents podcasts and is called CERBERUS REX. It's eighty four minutes law. In this audio drama Dr Annabella Korea a professor of astrophysics at Hawks More University travels upon request by a former colleague to well station, a research facility, performing experiments on a mystery of physics in an underground cave, a natural explorer Anna Russia's to view the phenomenon firsthand and accompanied by well station security slash containment officer. Benjamin Wynn guard is soon staring down at a marvel hidden deep, then not so deep. The next episode comes from the outliers podcast and is called. Sleep. It's twenty four minutes long. In this episode. Johanna for or cannot sleep. She is caught in the heat and fervor of the peasants revolt, as she joins the masses on their march to London, seeking an end to the poll tax in pursuit of justice. She leads a group into the Tower of London where they dragged Simon Sudbury to the executioner's block for a taste vengeance. The next episode comes trust from zero hours is called those familiar spirits. It's thirty six minutes long. In this episode, Seventeen, twenty, two in the American colonies, and the priest has his world turned upside down when a woman comes into the church, claiming to be a witch, and in possession of knowledge about the imminent end of the world. The last episode of the week comes from. Make believe, and it's called Bra. It's sixty one minutes long. This audio drama is a brave girls. Journey through the land of many monsters adapted from a Mexican Folk Tale by Nancy Garcia Loza. Those are the PODCASTS and episodes recommended by Atlanta Fernandez Collins for this week's theme. One Stop Reality Escapes.
"Welcome to kids Smith and mystery your host kid crumb today. We're GONNA look at several events that were predicted. And of course we'll start with our current pandemic predicted seventeen years ago by science. If you still believe in science and is this a first well of course not you can look back. A hundred years to the nineteen eighteen. Banish flu epidemic tremendous number of similarities. Between on then. And what's going on now but we're going to leave that behind. Don't look at earthquakes. Also predicted are subduction zone. Earthquakes have occurred every three hundred and fifty years said six hundred BC with the most recent taking place January twenty six seventeen o one evidence for the earlier quakes or predictions comes from core samples taken from the ocean floor. The seventeen hundred quake caused several coastal regions are both Washington and Oregon to drop sixty six feet. Massive coastal storms during the nineteen ninety seven and ninety eight storms washed away tons of sand revealing hundreds of stumps the remnants of Sitka spruce forest. It is through a combination of carbon dating and counting of rings. That the date of the last cascade subduction zone or C. S. Z. Quake place the Earth. Surfaces made up of seven major plates in many smaller ones. The smaller place creator quakes for short durations of fourteen to forty five seconds it may reach nine point five on the Richter scale. They often take place at what is called the fault line between plates March Eleventh. Two Thousand Eleven Japanese experience subduction zone quite that lasted more than four minutes at a nine point one. On the Richter scale it was the fourth most powerful earthquake in the world since modern record taking began in nineteen hundred to shake created a soon nami that reached one hundred thirty three feet and move six miles inland. It moved Japan's main island of Honshu. Eight feet and shifted the earth on its axis between four and ten inches. This was an earthquake created by the shifting of the Pacific Plate Vialli to help put earthquakes in perspective the Loma Prieta quake that interrupted the nineteen eighty nine world series in San Francisco. California lasted fifteen seconds. The Great San Francisco earthquake of Nineteen. Six was eight point six and it lasted. Forty five seconds but Japan's greater earthquake of twenty eleven lasted over four minutes at nine point one on the Richter scale based on data from Oregon. Siochana Oceana Graphic Person Patrick Corcoran and US GS is Alaska. Science Center true mysteries of the Pacific northwest will now who are predicted. Minute by minute. Impact of a Cascadia subduction zone earthquake on the Oregon coast get this after three hundred twelve years the CS is he could no longer take the strain. It ruptures a spot fifty five miles west of Cannon Beach Oregon and quickly spreads along the seven hundred miles of length from British Columbia to Mendocino California. The North American plate slips fifty seven feet to the South West sliding over the one to Fuca plate. But remember we're talking about a crushed more than fifty miles deep. The first movement sends a pressure wave that travels through the Earth's crust at thirteen thousand miles an hour it will reach the West Coast in ten seconds. The leading edge will hit cannon beach and seaside thirty seconds later it reaches Portland Oregon in fifty seconds at his Seattle at nine point one. It's what Size Malla. Just call a full rip. Most cities can withstand a six point eight quake last year forty five seconds. But the difference between a forty second and a four-minute quake is like the difference between a head on collision at four miles an hour and forty miles an hour within three minutes. Shaking continues the coast will drop from six to twenty five feet after five minutes. The worst is over for Portland and Seattle will have suffered from ground. Liquefication building collapsed gas fires citywide after six minutes. People seeking high ground to avoid the SU- NAMI will be impeded by debris and driving will be almost impossible at eight minutes to Sonoma will be about twenty five miles offshore. It approaches like an enormous high tide but flash floods speed. The leading edge will only be inches but it will increase to forty feet is predicted that the cascade subduction zone quake would create twice the impact of Japan's great quake of twenty eleven. Keep in mind that by the time you finish listening to this podcast. There will earthquake somewhere in the
Coronavirus conspiracy theories on the rise
"So the video is conspiracy theory as you know it's and the basic idea seems to be is that some shadow we elites are conspiring to use the pandemic to seize power maybe make money by creating vaccines and the star of this twenty six minute clip that went viral is this woman named Judy make of that too has become a kind of hero to the anti vaccine crowd she's a discredited scientist who published a book in April called plague of correction and that sort of depicts her as a truth teller fighting scientists who aren't willing to accept inconvenience facts and so far right publications began to promote her book in this documentary that is forthcoming will apparently be taking an even closer look at these sort of baseless conspiracies this video has since since it kind of blew up has been taken down but tell us about some of the crazy accusations and I mean one of the things that keeps popping up I think it was the main thing that really got to pull down was they were saying that wearing a mask will literally activate your own virus that's right and that is the thing that got it taken down platforms like YouTube and Facebook generally do not want to remove content from the network and they tried to enable a maximum of free speech but they do make an exception for stuff that is actively harmful and while a lot of this video plan that make is just kind of conspiracies saying don't forget a lot of people are making money and other people are going to become more powerful that's not what it got taken down I got taken down because as you say it warned people against wearing masks you know saying that it would re inspect them which of course there is no basis for that whatsoever but you can imagine if a lot of people watch it's that and believe that you could have a really negative a stacked on public health so initially Facebook did it want to remove it but when it sort of stumbled across that particular claim it said okay we've actually got to take this thing down any doctor Judy make if it's for herself she does have a degree in biology from the university of Virginia a PhD in molecular biology she worked on the national Cancer Institute she has a lot of things under her belt but then she started getting into work about chronic fatigue syndrome and vaccines and this is kind of where she was derailed a little bit a lot of people discredited a lot of the later things that she was researching so like in two thousand nine she had published research saying that a mouse retrovirus because chronic fatigue syndrome which got a lot of attention but it was discredited a couple years later and the journal ultimately retracted it and it in this sort of like a weird aside story she was actually put in jail on charges of staffed which apparently involves computers disappearing those charges were dropped but the whole thing was a scandal and she was kind of sidelined and lost her scientific career but after that she sort of drifted into this anti Bax crowd and because of the credentials that you mentioned the anti vaxxers have sort of lifted her up as this brave truth teller even though what she saying is largely nonsense so let's talk about how something like this goes viral the usual players come up obviously Facebook and you to have a huge part in this but there was a lot of Facebook groups that we're sharing this and then beyond that even as you mentioned there's a lot of mistruths in this video but it also takes time for their fact checkers to go through this so as you've mentioned they didn't take it down right away it kind of was circulating around for a while while they were trying to do some of that fact checking it's a really interesting story the way that things go viral on Facebook and you tube is always changing based on the things that the platforms due to try to stop bad stuff from happening and sort of like as soon as they fix one problem another emerges so over the past year Facebook has put a lot more attention on groups getting people to join groups kind of moving away from that news feed and there are a lot of conspiracy groups anti VAX groups where this video clip was very popular in what happened is people were sharing it in the group and what they were sure it was actually a link to you too and so from those Facebook groups they were able to send seven point one million views to one video within a period of between thirty six and forty eight hours so just within a short period of time Facebook drove all of that traffic to you too and so it was kind of an unwitting tag team between the two platforms that sent this thing viral as you noted it did take awhile for the platforms to fully understand what was in the video the video is twenty six minutes long it contains a lot of claims and they had to go through it sort of point by point and ultimately make the determination that it had to come down but it sort of speaks to this cliche this quote that is attributed to Mark Twain that the lie gets halfway around the world before the truth can put its shoes on and that was definitely the case here and it was also this whole thing with obvious all the algorithms and it's this big cycle she had just self published a book not too long ago and it became this thing where searches for her name brought up searches for the video and vice versa searches for them he would bring up searches for her name so it's kind of this big cycle where it's just feeding off of itself for a while until Facebook and YouTube took these things down and you know I think it's important to remember that Judy megabits has something to celebrate she has a book to sell into this whole viral events on Facebook and YouTube has been very good for her she had a number one best seller on Amazon over the weekend yesterday was still at number six so all of this is bound to be huge benefit to somebody who is selling this very day Alicia's ideas that just doesn't have any basis in
"six minutes" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Day six minutes past the hour and president trump isn't giving up on the idea of a citizenship question for next year's census administration officials have said that the printing process was already under way with out the question however the president declared Wednesday in a tweet that quote we are absolutely moving forward a justice department official told a federal judge there might be a way to meet tribes demands the Supreme Court blocked the question but it did leave open the possibility of reconsidering fourth of July celebrations in Washington are getting the truck treatment this year president trump posting that our long event in the early evening he stopped at a salute to America a White House officials say president trump's remarks will be patriotic but skeptics say it's nothing more than a campaign event in these politicizing the military is White House principal deputy press secretary Hogan Gidley gets pretty clear at this point that the Democrats in this country hate this president more than they love America and that hatred has taken many forms in the short time period the Donald Trump has been in the White House first the Democrats lied about collusion then they lied about corruption then they lied about the crisis at the southern border and now they're lying about the motives of Donald Trump who simply wants to celebrate the greatest idea ever realized in the history of humankind and that's America most countries are who have a constitution whose constitutions last an average of about seventeen years ours has been around for more than two hundred and thirty this is no doubt the most amazing place in history and Democrats refused to celebrate that greatness refused to even celebrate our nation's independence or the fourth of July simply because it's Donald Trump who's doing this celebrating a code peak the anti war group also plans to be at the president's celebration with their planes that fly that baby trump balloon we're here today because we want to denounce Donald Trump politicizing and militarized thing the fourth of July which is supposed to be a day that we come together for a barbecue Tel four burgers Frankfurter's picnic celebrations fireworks and instead he's turned it into a very divisive time this decision for that by the by president trump to have the hijacked the national holiday so it is a special day is wrong as a as a retired military and is a former US diplomat I mean this looks more like what would be happening on one level you know like on Red Square you bring in the tank you have the fly overs like that it's just not what America's right America is this is the time to bring all of our people together we don't think that bringing Sherman tanks from World War two is a show of strange in case you are wondering the annual evening concert that takes place every year the annual event the I. capital plus fireworks over the national mall that is still taking place a separate from the president's the celebration an appeals court is up held a freeze on Pentagon money to build a border wall with Mexico casting doubt on the president's ability to make good on his signature campaign promise of the ninth circuit court of appeals agreed with a lower court ruling that prevented the government from tapping defense department counter drug money to build a high priority sections.
"six minutes" Discussed on Strong By Design Podcast
"Let's say our hip extension based okay, so hip, hinge, Daedalus squats swings on you'll progress up to doing snatches, even you know, push press, jerks, and everything is very post your dominant, not only that you have your goods. But you also have your back, your lattes are helping stabilize your spine. So when you you properly pack, your scapula retract, a press throughout a lot of the movements that you will be doing. Although you might think that you're just primarily using your legs and your shoulders so much of the work that you don't really think about is getting done in that that upper bodies, you know, post here in the questions. So there really is so much more going. On with kettle bell training them people even realize. Yeah. And it has they have broken out. I mean, you can find you can find a pink or a yellow keto bell in Marshall's. You know, what I mean like, they're they they are not what they were twenty years ago. I mean, I don't think anybody even knew what the heck accountable was. Russia right where they kind that's where they obviously, you know, kinda came over from. But they have have definitely broken through. And and definitely more of you know, general pop use now for sure so I mean, jeez. Would you get yourself one or para kettlebells, and you are often running, and my I mean, we my wife, I remember I got some kettlebells for her years ago as like a I think Christmas, or you know, it was like a and she was she uses those still because they sit over by the TV center where we have our entertainment center. There's three kettlebells sitting on the ground.
"six minutes" Discussed on Strong By Design Podcast
"Not only Noah scenario where you're creating a ton of strength, supporting your spine. But also, I mean, the whole time you're doing everything you're doing here. Burn a ton of calories in a calorie ton way, more than you're gonna be burning witness a set of ten reps. A- something in take a minute break in having a little sip water. Like, no like, give yourself six minutes. One of these complexes for the you got this thing in your hand pretty much the whole time. And you're just you just cry a just crushing calories getting stronger enhancing, your your conditioning and. And and it's just such a time saver too. I mean, I I it really and people we all really how how how effective is six minutes. If I did X amount of days a week. I mean, you would be surprised us like I was terrified when I started to get busier and busier with business that. I was gonna literally look like a fraud being being forefront of my fitness business because I didn't have as much time to dedicate to my own training. I was extremely surprised to see that. It was quite the opposite. It's legit, man. It's legit. If you're willing to kind of get after it and do some very simple things in structured manner. The response that your body has is pretty phenomenal. Yeah. And then there's a lot of phases based on where people are at and what their goals are. So again, obviously, you don't wanna start someone off and train them like an advanced athlete if they're not. That's only going to put them in position where they might be compromised in might be hurt which you're not gonna help anyone if right off the bat you throw them to wolf so on there is a clear natural progression. And it it's very simple to use as standalone, or in addition or in conjunction with whatever trading protocol. You're doing at the moment. Yeah. And because they're so I mean, they're so quick. Yes. They're simple workouts. There's so many benefits that you can get regardless of how you add it to your existing training plant, and they're typically always total body based, you know, once you've do just about any excess with the kettle bell unless you were trying to do a curl or something with it. You're training everything. And it's great for post earier strength devout development. There were so many people just don't focus their time and effort, right? And they're they're they're lower back there gluts their hamstrings. You know, just just making you so much more, balanced and strength because we're typically so interior strong. You know, we push the muscles and work the muscles that we. You can see in the mirror and do a lousy job of the bro compliments, bro complex, especially for that. But this is very appealing to many and women. I mean every time I put a kettle bell into a woman's hand. If I was training them or working with them on some level. They love they love it. They love the the how so focused on legs and like lower body because women are typically always kinda trying to change their butts lakes, but women can I mean, I remember when I was in the in the workshop to women were blown out of the water because I was still kind of new to kettle bell training. I was like trying to keep up with them. They were kicking my butt also truth that a lot of the the exercises that really are the basis for what you'll be using in the workouts. I provide are very post your your driven. Yeah. And what really drives that is. Mean literally poster your, but. Yeah. All right. So a lot of the ballistic movements..
"six minutes" Discussed on Strong By Design Podcast
"That massive spike in cortisol that inside your body is creating havoc on the alternate goals that most people have when they're using any type of conditioning protocol, which is obviously to lean out. Right. So not only that. So not only will you be shorting up and kind of stopping that that massive spike in cortisol which will lead to storing body fat burning it, but it's also going to help elevate your metabolic rate. You know, you have the you know, the pot so excess post exercise oxygen consumption. So you're gonna literally after the the workout has done in your body is. Adapting to kind of getting back to that state of equilibrium. Homies stasis? You're you're going to continue burn calories. Yeah. Right free. Fatty acids are being sent thought the bloodstream may will be used for energy to kind of get back to that state of equilibrium or stations. Like you said so you have that increase in in your metabolic rate. So you're burning more cows you're burning more fat at rest long after the the routine is already done. But also, you have the other anabolic form owns that are surging as well. Right. All right. And there's two the we'd really focus on one. Growth hormone. If if you have the ability to kind of do these routines in the morning in a fasted state. You know, that's one way to calls a massive influx of growth hormone. Okay. So that that's going to help you burn tons of fat. So I'll out palsy right there. Six minute routines were talking about six minutes. So someone needs to just find but say ten minutes. So you have two minutes before and two minutes after get yourself together you, but if you can find that six to ten minutes in the in the beginning of your day, you'll optimize the results. Absolutely. When it comes to obviously, growth hormone on multiple Lintz said, you're you're shore up your stopping that influx of cortisol. That leads to a story that and you're increasing of growth hormone. And also, you know testosterone is right, and which are higher in the morning when you wake up exactly I mean, all science has proven that because when we're sleeping we're very anabolic when sleeping our bodies repairing, it's recovering. All these amazing things are happening for ourselves. And don't have to get into why sleep assume important. But when we wake when we I wake up, and we kinda get that fog out of our head. That's actually a fantastic time to do something physical on a in a fasted state. Absolutely fine. Those magic six to ten minutes 'cause that can that can really be your kind of your fast forwarding yourself to to results in thirty sixty day period..
"six minutes" Discussed on Strong By Design Podcast
"And I'm starting to kind of see the writing on the wall trying to put together and piece together a solid plan of action. So that I can do the things I love with fitness for the long-term. Yeah. I don't wanna be that guy in my in my fifties. Who aesthetically looks like I'm in P condition, but internally your mess on a mess. I don't wanna have you know, hip replacement knee replacement show replace on. I don't want to have those surgeries in my fifties. They'll thank you. I mean, I feel so much better. So much better. I did just because I was thinking view and coming here and getting some time together and stuff I put myself through a very basic Kibble workout the other day and kind of just takes me back like five years when I was all my workouts about based because I was training for my ARCHE, see. And so it was very like intentional workouts were all like complexes. And I mean, I kill Bill in my hand every day for like a six month period. And it's it is an unbelievable strength tool. To it's humbling is it's it gets you. I get a little nervous sometimes like before certain exercise sounds weird people listening when you talk about it's like, I have a respect I think for kettle bell. But I don't wanna scare way anybody who's maybe beginner level who has very little experience with a catalog because you can go with very lightweight to start. And to you know, you gotta get your your hip pain's, and you've got to be able to do a dead lift with it. And you're a swing and you've got to start with foundational movement. I, but as you build up, I mean, I it's so gratifying it's gratifying full body high-calorie right type workout, and you can use so much in such a small period of time and you're exhausted. It's I mean, you really can't accomplish every aspect. Of finis, your aerobic anaerobic like across the board. You can improve so many different modalities of fitness with just one implement an at no you say, it's it can be intimidating for someone that is new to it. But it can also be very exciting. And there's a much like any other implement that you lift with there's a natural progression. There's a natural progression. Obviously just just like human movement. You got to get a learn to to crawl before you walk yeller to walk before you run, right? It's the same with with barbell movements Domo movements in obviously cattle movement. So if someone's a beginner if they lacked the strength or the coordination to do some of the more complex movements. Obviously, you're not going to to throw them to the wolves gonna throw the kitchen sink at them with the most complica-. Dated movements that any keto. Bill practitioner would do. No, you're going to start them on the simple things and you're going to build them up. But there are very quick and simple progressions that will if you're dedicated to what you're doing on. We'll I'll you to get to where you can do those more complex complicated movements and do them with ease. Yeah. So you've put together a cat about conditioning program consisting of several different phases. Right and lots of different workouts..
"six minutes" Discussed on Strong By Design Podcast
"Design podcast show. And today, I'm sitting with an old friend of critical benches. That's Mr. Chandler March. Mun Chandler is a a just an absolute beast when it comes to training. He is an expert in all all strength modalities. Goodness. I mean, and you've been on YouTube and on Instagram and making products, and you know, that are fitness and strength based for how many years now think since two thousand twelve been exclusively online and before that I had the gym and Tampa so two thousand nine is the start of YouTube. So welcome welcome old friend because we have we have some some great old. I mean bench for reps. Right. We got some old YouTube videos and either. One. That's more current. That's almost getting up near a million views now that bench press one. That was that was when I was an Indianapolis. Yeah. Yeah. You were like that was several years. Braving the cold. Yeah. Yeah. Those are good one. Yeah. That came out. Really good. Yeah. When it comes to bench press when it comes to just a -taining strength from head to toe, kennel, bell, whatever it is. And we're gonna be diving into kettlebells stuff today. Chandler is fantastic. But I want them I want to listeners to know a little bit more about you, like, we know about you so share with the audience, you know, your roots your background in in strength training. And and then we can kind of get rolling with some this. Awesome. Cannibal? Absolutely. So to take kind of a linear look at at my natural progressions over time from the time. I you know, I started trading to today. I think I got my. My start much the same way. A lot of guys. Do I was fourteen playing sports trying to get better that and using fitness as now with for ch- the same time. I started to appreciate the whale. Look the looked after training. So naturally, you get that confidence you build not just from improving sports, but more so at that age, honestly, you like the way girls respond to so I can eighty twenty eighty exactly your sports yet in all reality. And you know on the on the beach and at the pool he started dig the way, you're getting more attention. That's it that self confidence in the change happened so fast when you're fourteen fifteen sixteen years old your body is just like your bubble Goma testosterone. That's what you're made of. It's true, man. And you're just blowing that bone up. That's pretty awesome. Great. That's a great analogy. So. I was just kind of going at the what I told myself was was more athletic sports performance training from probably fourteen eighteen but in all reality. It was just following the the age-old Arnold encyclopedia doing the bodybuilding stuff. Just hard heavy training with barbells dumbbells and bodyweight. And at that age you get away with a lot. But the biggest thing is just the excitement at that. Age of how quickly you respond to whatever stimulus. You're you're using inside the gin..
"six minutes" Discussed on Movin 92.5
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"six minutes" Discussed on KQED Radio
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"six minutes" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"But as President Reagan once said is that shining city on the hill, and that this current president is trying to restore the fundamentals that made a great because if we continue down the road of the fundamental transformation of it. It won't be an idea. It will be a memory. You know, that is a brilliant point. Now Carmine is high played that. Starring frightening audio. I bet you put yourself right in that cockpit. Didn't you? Absolutely, mark. And it really brings you back. And it's kind of difficult to listen to, you know, a chick Burlingame and his co-pilot they fought for six minutes. Yes. And I had the honour of picking up Debbie Burlingame at the airport when she came in for chicks memorial service. And then I had also the honor of flying bread his brother back to LA on that same flight. It was a different number that day. Unbelievable. All right, my friend. Thank you for your call and your service. Six minutes. In that tiny space. Up where the captain and the co-pilot where they fought for their lives and to save that pattern those passengers in the save that jetliner. They fought. For six minutes. A long time. They didn't have any weapons. The Islamic Nazi terrorist dinner weapons the box covers and so forth. Must've been horrific absolutely horrific. Unbelievable, really. Brenda Branson, Missouri, XM satellite. How are you? Thank you Mark for.
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"six minutes" Discussed on TEDTalks Science and Medicine
"We evolved from monkeys why are there still monkeys well because we're not monkeys where fish now knowing you're a fish and not a monkey is actually really important to understanding where we came from i teach one of the largest ever legionary biology classes in the us and when my students finally understand why call him fish all the time then i know i'm getting my job done by always have to start my classes by dispelling some hardwired myths because without really knowing it many of us were taught evolution wrong for instance we're taught to say the theory of evolution there are actually many theories and just like the process itself the ones that best fit the data are the ones that survived to this day the one we know best is darwinian natural selection that's the process by which those organisms that best fit environment survive and get to reproduce while those that are less fit slowly die off and that's it evolution is a simple as that and it's a fact evolution is a fact as much as the theory of gravity you could prove it just as easily just need to look at your belly button that you share with other placental mammals or your backbone they share with other vertebrates where your dna they share with all other life on earth those traits didn't pop up in humans they were passed down from different ancestors to all their descendants not just us that's not really how we learn biology early on is it relearn plants and bacteria primitive things and fish give rise tam fabian nhs followed by reptiles mammals and then you get you this perfectly evolved creature at the end of the line the life doesn't evolve in a line and it doesn't end with us but we're always shown evelyn portrayed something like this a monkey and a chimpanzee some extinct humans all on a forward and steady march to becoming us but they don't become us any more than we would become them we're also not the goal of evolution why does it matter why do we need to understand lucien the right way well misunderstanding evolution has led to many problems but you can't ask that question that age old question where are we from without understanding evolution the right way misunderstanding it has led to many convoluted and corrupted views of how we should treat other life on earth and how we should treat each other in terms of race and gender so let's go back four billion years this is the single celled organism we all came from at i gave rise to other single cell life but these are still evolving to this day and some would say the archaic and bacteria that make up most of this group is the most successful on the planet they're certainly going to be here well after us about three billion years ago multicellular already volved this include your fungi and your plants and your animals the first animals to develop a backbone where fishes so technically overt brits are fishes so technically you an i are fish so don't say i didn't warn you one fish lineage came onto land and gave rise to among other things the mammals and reptiles some reptiles become birds some mammals become primates some primates become monkeys with tales and others become the great apes including a variety of human species so you see we didn't evolve from monkeys but we do share a common ancestor with them all the wildlife around us kept evolving more 'bacterial more fungi lots of fish fish fish if you couldn't tell yes they're my favorite group as life volve it also goes extinct most species just lasts for a few million years so you see most life on earth that we see around us today are about the same age as our species so it's hubris itself centered the think oh plants and bacteria primitive and we've been here for an evolutionary minute so we're somehow special think of life as being this book an unfinished book for sure we're just seeing the last few pages of each chapter if you look out on the eight million species that we share this planet with think of them all being four billion years of evolution there all the product of that think of us all as young leaves on this ancient and gigantic tree of life all of us connected by invisible branches not just to each other but two are extinct relatives our ancestors as a biologist i'm still trying to learn with others how how everyone's related to each other.
"six minutes" Discussed on WiLD 94.9
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"six minutes" Discussed on WRKO AM680
"Fact it was six minutes later a hundred and fifty dauler parking kicked a hundred and fifty for using a handicapped parking spot because we don't have those fake decals like a lot of people on a bt do but let that go come on into getting fake decals that's just not the way i am so as gray said a jeff i didn't order park there was nowhere to park i it's not like i thought i was sitting there for half an hour an hour and it's not as if there was a handicap person that needed the spot there was nobody those okay okay put the car in quick wit gosh and they were let's go let's go let's go she's out six minutes later blank you andrei and fifty bucks now what if i don't pay the ticket hear what are you pull a bill evans now i'm hardworking you wanna talk about hardworking people i'm hard working lawabiding heart by the way they came here illegally but they're lawabiding but let that go okay lawabiding hardworking family heart and and and and and wife and husband i'm not lawabiding i'm on hard working so how come i don't get a break because i'll tell you what happens if i don't pay that ticket i get a fine and it's gonna get even worse now what if i said you're by their logic well i don't want to pay the ticket because i don't think it's fair okay then i get another ticket i'm not going to pay that when he the i don't think it's fair so after awhile now i've got some serious outstanding tickets you know i really need an amnesty because i'm really reluctant to call the police if i see a real violent crime because are going to look at my parking tickets they're going to look out it's overdue and how long it.
"six minutes" Discussed on Biden's Briefing
"Whoa cnn biden's briefing the briefing is curated collection of featured articles essays and toast that i think are worth listening to here's today still rules no for six minutes rancho to hamas gunman tried to shoot his way into an elementary school by alex chablon for the traceorg for six minutes on tuesday morning at rancher to hama elementary school can to hama county california everything went as teachers had rehearsed a man had crashed a stolen car through the schools front gate he was talking the grounds armed with a semiautomatic rifle and wearing a tactical vest full of spare magazines he had already shot his wife and two neighbors dead he had also wounded woman and her son as he fired randomly from the car on the way to the school the man tried to get inside the school to kill kids and anyone else in side but he couldn't because teachers and staff immediately implemented well rehearsed lockdown procedures forwarded as he tried to open school doors the man paste around outside looking for an unsecured entrance he shot at walls and classroom windows for six minutes firing between twenty and thirty rounds he managed to hit a sixyearold child who is in stable condition other children were injured by shattered glass he took aim at one parent as she dropped off her child late but missed noone died at the school without access to a vulnerable target the man later identified as forty four year old kevin neil left the school in the stolen car he went on to shoot three more strangers one fatally he stole another car before police managed to drive him off the road and kill him ending a 45minute rampage assistant sheriff phil johnston told the local press that the shooting quote could have been so much worse if it wasn't for the quick thinking of staff at our elementary school he could make access to any of the rooms there were locked this saved countless lives he added.
"six minutes" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC
"Six minutes two o'clock in a little taste said some known pain yoni got a good becker forty nine degrees right now i today ran possibly fifty three the agree thirty six minutes after two o'clock on a friday coming up at the top of the hour we'll talk with bodies all the young man freshman sp high school we won that big big national science competition the sale lipworth worth the tell us about a really cool film your wanna with chan part of retake our democracy to seal good afternoon high recall thanks for having me shore what's going on um well i wanted to just how the uh you'll know about eight weaning that we're doing unsung day afternoon this coming sunday between nine three to about five hearing on it is who episodes about five episode hearing that was a by no means lear rondo i woke hung in the lead up to the presidential election law in and down each episode deal with an issue on top of inequality that is would with becoming more aware of hearing 2016 but of course now it right all public uh uh being poll headline you will only if we go on on could with who was we'll be screaming on sunday one will be norman lear admiral dick van dyke whoa cuba jumped up occasional housing crisis in new york.