26 Burst results for "Slava"

"slava" Discussed on MAP IT Marketing

MAP IT Marketing

04:26 min | 8 months ago

"slava" Discussed on MAP IT Marketing

"Welcome to method marketing. The small business on us who want to become more confident and capable in their marketing. I'm rachel slava. And i'm a small business. I know just like you. I've learned that there is so many different things we supposed to do all. But i'm trying to work it. All out us hype. Frankly often theory confusing and this podcast. We're going to explore what those things are and whether you need to pay attention to them ready kids status. Welcome to episode twenty. Five of mepu- marketing..

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"slava" Discussed on A Slob Comes Clean

A Slob Comes Clean

05:44 min | 9 months ago

"slava" Discussed on A Slob Comes Clean

"Yeah okay so. Let's talk about paper. Clutter what in the world. So i am three months into this new system. That is working now. When i first started i was like. I don't know that i'm ever gonna talk about this because it's probably going to fail. I mean that's just that is well. That's that's my experience with you. Know systems and things and i'm not gonna sit here and go. Oh this is going to work forever. And ever. But i don't feel weird about sharing it because i'm like okay. Yeah i can see how this works. This is gonna work. We'll see how it goes So i'll keep you updated if it completely fizzles and fails for me. But i think it's a lot about you to tell you guys about okay so i'm three months in. It is a big deal for me to talk about this here. We go first thing. I want to make sure that. I say is if you are at the point. I was at you know twelve years ago when it was like thinking about paper and dealing with paper bathe me just want to crawl into a corner and like curl up and just put my fingers in my ears bill. Whatever like an just pretend it didn't exist like if that's you if you were completely overwhelmed. Don't let this podcast overwhelm you. I am going to go through briefly. The advice that i have always given on how to significantly reduce it to the point where. You're not overwhelmed. Which is all still true. Like that. I i probably went. I would say eight years of being like okay. Paper doesn't overwhelming anymore. Because i reduce it so significantly from where it had been before i started mighty slava vacation process okay but now i have leveled up and i think there's a lot of value in this system that i'm using okay. I do want to be clear. And here's where the advertisement comes in. I developed the system. I took what. I learned from dawn of minimum and casts of clutter bag who i have a course with where we talk about our our strong suit for me. It's decluttering for dawn. Its minimalism for cast. It's organizing so the three of us together. Have this course that. I'm just telling you it's changing people's lives like we. We hear from people all the time. And i'll share a testimonial at the end of the thing but anyway that courses open right now it's called. Take your house back so you gotta take your house back..

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"slava" Discussed on This Week in Startups

This Week in Startups

07:48 min | 10 months ago

"slava" Discussed on This Week in Startups

"There's gonna be entertainment conglomerates that do video games narrative content and podcasting as well so maybe this is all going to be under one umbrella which is really interesting. Okay let me know what you think of the new format where we do some news up top and then we do the interview basically made the show twice as long and some days and so if you really like this have enjoying doing it Got a great research team here. Justin rachel and neck and charles on the ones in the twos editing the show to get it out for your really quick us know what you think at. Twa startups his twitter. Handle at if you like the show do us a favor. Go ahead and subscribe on youtube And put that like alert bell on whatever it is you know in the new episode comes in post a comment Maybe write a review to any that things. If that if you liked the show to help us move up the rankings. Spread the word about what we're doing. If you have any information on tether that you want to share you can always d- me. I'm taking a twitter break. But i do check my dams from time to time and next up is my interview with slava rubin. I'm super excited to be the lead investor in vincent. You're gonna love this interview and you're gonna love this company. Okay everybody next. Up on the program slava rubin. He is the co founder of vincent which you can check out at with vincent dot com. This is a company. He alternative assets space. What are alternative assets very simply if you think about. What's not alternative. It's real estate your home. Equities and stocks right those tours for the same thing. Stocks that you by your lonesome disney. Maybe you own some bonds. Municipal bonds are treasuries. Maybe you have some cash. And some people have commodity so go on wealth front and you sat your perfect portfolio on a scale of one to ten full disclosure. We are shareholders in the company. You would have your traditional your traditional assets. Alternative assets are a category. Which is everything else that could go up in value. That could include art. You might own a picasso or a print of picasso. That's going up. You might own an old corvette from nineteen sixty five split windows and all kinds of great features and it's appreciating in value. Baseball cards crypto. Certainly falls into this and all kinds of alternative assets have emerged over time and people become very interested in these. Why if people become interested in alternative assets because they might appreciate at a pace which is greater than the other assets you have and because there are more and more portals websites offerings to allow. You'd have access to them. In fact one of those is the syndicate dot com my angel syndicate which gives you access to public equities but to private company equities. Now these equities tend to be these alternative assets tend to be a little more complex and there are different reasons why you might invest in them. You might invest in them because you get passion and enjoy from owning that corvette or the first you know comic book of the x. Men whatever it happens to be you might get joy from buying. Nfc's and art certainly falls into that category. Another reason might be that they are correlated differently than public market assets or other assets in your portfolio. There are so many different types that emerged in so many different portals That somebody had to make sense of all this. And i have been thinking somebody will at some point. Make sense of this. And when slava rubin who i met at his previous gig indie gogo which did not invest in which has turned out to be a mistake. Even i met him back in the. Dan probably did have an opportunity to invest. When i was starting to angel career when he told me that he was doing vincent and explained to me what it was like. I've been waiting for somebody to do this since that happened. I said hey. I love to invest. He said we're raising around. It said i'd love to lead the next round and sure enough. My alternative asset platform the syndicate dot com. Had the greatest interest in vincent in this startup than any other start-up we've ever syndicated. And i think until that point we had one hundred and seventy five or so deals that we syndicated in fact they had six point three million dollars in interest which was the most ever. We were oversubscribed by three ex. It's never happened before. Two hundred ninety two investors were involved and we in fact spend. We spun up to. Sap's one for the accredited investors qualified purchasers long way of saying. We're very excited today. To have slobber on the program to announce the six million dollar round that in fact i'm leading and joining the board of vincent. Welcome to the program slava. Yeah thank you for having me. That was a great introduction. I'm trying to do a little introduction to the sometimes to kinda start us on second base. You and i met. I think long ago at south by southwest you were doing indigo was just starting to be an angel investor and i. I kind of didn't understand exactly what you were doing. 'cause at the time you weren't correct me if i'm wrong. Indie gogo was not for equity. It was not equity crowdfunding. It was just back a project and maybe get t shirt or one of the early versions of the of the product correct. That's exactly right. It was very early. Indigo very early crowdfunding. We met a long time ago. Probably i would say a decade if not more learned maybe two thousand nine two thousand and eight. Something could field right. Indigo launched early. Two thousand eight We had traded a couple of notes. We email we. Were both the south by and i already thought that you had interesting perspective. In an abroad distribution platform in terms of voice thought could be very helpful. As part of what. We're trying to accomplish equity crowdfunding hope twinkling in or i The jobs act had now passed and here. We are now fast. Forward term investments are becoming very very much a reality with all these fragmented platforms across the entire market. How is it he gogo been doing. I know kickstarter never ever joined the equity crowdfunding space correct. They stayed pure to. You're just pre ordering products right. That's correct so kickstarter. Stay just in the perks model. Obviously you have the gofundme use of the world who have gone more 'cause and donation model. You have the patriot on who have carved out a nice space in the creator. Economy for indie gogo. We really then focused on the entrepreneur with the perks And really donation model. Really helping them from pre-ordered inception of idea all the way through validation to manufacturing their products or people actually selling their products As an alternative channel two other options indigo during quite well We're profitable very sustainable creating cash. Which is crazy not to correcting generating cash. It's a fascinating concept. Indigo goes been around for thirteen years. So we're geriatric but were sustainable Out where we wanna be. When we grow up in helping many entrepreneurs we distributed billions of dollars around the world and you mentioned in there that Regulations have changed and that did change the entire ecosystem and over the last decade indie gogo kickstarter seed invest republic angel lists the syndicate dot com. All of these things have heightened interest in alternative assets and in risk taking tobacco new ideas in the world..

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"slava" Discussed on Yahoo finance daily

Yahoo finance daily

05:37 min | 1 year ago

"slava" Discussed on Yahoo finance daily

"Money's a little harder to get so you have to have a little bit better unit economics on. We came up with the idea for vincent before the pandemic started so. We can't say that we took credit for riding that wave but it's absolutely true that the lower interest rate environment and the macro trends right now are definitely benefitting all term investments. And we do expect this to happen at least for quarters years and you know for the decades to come. Let's drill down slava cryptocurrency. Which we've sort of mentioned in passing a planning to lists crypto assets vincent and also indie gogo had launched a digital token right now as we speak. Bitcoin is soaring just recently hit new all-time highs it kind of feels like two thousand seventeen again. Now it's interesting with the cryptocurrency rally. And i cover this ever keep saying on institutional investment wall street firms are dipping. A toe into crypto. With vincent i would think you're targeting retail investor regular people individuals. So talk to you about what. You're seeing the crypto market. And maybe what you learn from doing crypto token back within you go go. Yeah i mean. The wealthy and the massive institutions have had access to these alternative investments for a long time. And they've done it on their behind closed doors very opaque ways. It's actually the more retail investor. Somebody who might be already high net worth because we have a credit investor deals as well a might not have as much access or has access a wants to compare or wants to look at the assets they know about versus assets that they don't know about and we are seeing interest coming into crypto currency. As well i wouldn't call vincent the broadest opportunity set of crypto options but we do have some basic crypto options that already in the last two months where seeing eighty percent increase in demand in looking at crypto oriented deals on vincent it's still sub ten percents of our total deal options crypto currency. But it is definitely growing fast as a veteran of silicon valley tax lava. You know i'd ask you not just from the pandemic but if you zoom out the last couple of years what do you think has changed for startups. Maybe it's in terms of the relationship with founders and seeking capital yang. We've also covered the explosion of the spac as an ipo vehicle. And a lot of these names you mentioned door dash at joe are now hitting the public markets. What do you think has changed the most for founders of a startup. These days i mean. That's a big question. I think that the the funding environment has definitely evolved. Whether it's crowdfunding rules being able to use to be able to raise up to a million dollars And now that's changed up to five million dollars. I'll go live in the united states year Whether it's all vc capital that's now going earlier in earlier in the proliferation of angel investments rolling funds. Everybody trying to find their own uber that they can invest into. I do think specs are interesting by also think that As been said already often the idea being able to start an awesome tech companies expanding outside of silicon valley. You're able to do it in idaho or india and the pandemic has just accelerated that Things like slack and zoom and others are helping to people to collaborate..

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"slava" Discussed on Yahoo finance daily

Yahoo finance daily

05:07 min | 1 year ago

"slava" Discussed on Yahoo finance daily

"All right dan roberts delayed have slobber rubin joining us for this yahoo finance presents. Lot of thanks for coming on. Thanks for having me dan. So you guys today are launching your new startup. and it's called vincent. Tell us about What vincent is what it does. And why now of course you are primarily known for your co founding of gogo which has been very successful. Yeah we're really excited to announce vincent you can find it at with vincent dot com and it's a marketplace to find alternative investments so with my experience at indie gogo i continue to have seen continued growth in alternative investments and we just thought that in the last decade there's so many new platforms that are offering alternatives whether it's our cars or real estate or farmland or wine or trading cards etc etc but. There's not one place where you can look at all your options and discover and diligence those options. And that's what vincent is is kind of like a zillow or kayak an aggregate across all alternative investment options. And we're looking to build the largest database of all investments on the internet now indigo obviously was crowdfunding and has gotten very big kind of become a household name. This startup kind of naturally make sense for you is the next step if we zoom out a little. What are you seeing happen with. Various alternative investments especially with young investors. I mean especially in twenty twenty. We've seen kind of the rise of the robinhood investor regular young people. You know we at yahoo. Finance retail investors but people who may have been stock market newbies. Who have gotten into buying stocks. And now you know you could bring in crypto currency you could gold or number of types of investments that young investors are sort of suddenly waking up to re observing that trend. And is that why this was the perfect timing for vincent. That's exactly right so originally even indie gogo wanted offer investments back in two thousand eight. We pass the jobs act and then had our own equity cropping platform. That's where we saw the appetite for all of these alternative investments. I think in the last twenty thirty years people done a great job to really learn how to do equity trading so public equities and robin hood is the apex of really making it. Mainstream of getting everybody involved. But i think the next frontier is all term investments more of that opaque market that. We don't have that transparency. And that is where you can create wealth in today's zero interest rate environment. You know you need to find a place to put your money. And all of these alternatives are really flourishing. Uc bitcoin at almost an all time high. Uc gold very.

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Rethinking Organizing And Decluttering

A Slob Comes Clean

05:05 min | 1 year ago

Rethinking Organizing And Decluttering

"If you have listened much ever before you know that one of my big mindset changes that really helped me in my own personal quest to get my own home under control. What I call my slava fixation process that one of the big mindset shifts that helped me and that I teach to others is to separate the two concepts of decluttering and organizing to realize that those are not the same thing. Here's the short version of what I mean by that. Okay. Organizing. Is Problem. Solving. Problem Solving tends to be very overwhelming for the person who's house is in total crazy this. And because the idea of Oh I've got to get organized. Is. What we think that we need to do the tendency is to sit down and create this big plan for how you're going to solve all of your problems. And what happened with me is I would sit down I would make the plan I would think it through. I would do some research I would figure out what other people had done and I spent a whole lot of time and energy on that and I would basically use up all that energy that I had in that moment when I thought I have got to change my house functions. I would use all that up and my house wasn't actually any better because all I had was this big complicated plan. And over the years, the more times that I made complicated plans N. either never implemented it or tried to implement it and gave up halfway through or someone else implemented some organ you know some surefire GonNa work for sure. Organizing plan in my home for me, and then I couldn't maintain it every time that happened I felt more and more discouraged and we're like, yeah, this doesn't work for me. I am completely incapable of getting organized and therefore the next time that feeling of I've got to get organized just more quickly felt overwhelming and hopeless and pointless okay and so. I know. People who love. Organizing. If this is the first time cast that you're listening to thank you so much for joining us today but also know that I get, and that's kind of what we're talking about today I get that to the person who loves organizing and their goal is to make their life easier. Other people's lives easier. They're probably saying, no, that's not what organizing is and you're right. Okay and that's basically what I'm talking about today is you're right but for the person who is overwhelmed doing and who has failed so many times at this idea of using. and has thought so many times. Oh, the answer to all my problems as he get organized and yet never able to do it and understanding the organizing and decluttering are not the same thing is very helpful. Okay. Because when you can separate those two things out what I did and when I give you permission to do is I just declared I said you. Know what I am not going to worry about getting organized I am just going to declutter I'm going to remove the things from this space that's overwhelming to me. I'm just GONNA start pulling out the things that I don't need not worrying about how it's going to work in the future not worrying about where every last perfect thing should go in a perfect place. That will stay there forever for the end of time. BUBBA I'm not worried about that I'm just getting this stuff out that I don't need as I always tell you. What happens when you remove the stuff that doesn't need to be there. Is ultimately the space. Is a whole lot more organized. Okay. Because all it hasn't it is a Steph you actually need, and then it's got space. It's not just shoved in there like it potentially probably almost for sure was my case. It's not just shoved in there anymore their space around it because you've moved the things that don't need to be there and that means you can actually see what you need and where it is in there and get to it without having to move fifteen other things that you don't actually need and that distress you out because you know you don't need him Bob okay. So decluttering achieves that same purpose of organizing especially when you know my first decluttering question is if I needed this item, where would I look for at first and then you take it to that spot right now, which means that as you are decluttering. Things are going to you're identifying their best home in your house and you're taking them those things to that place, and because you're identifying that place according to where you would look for at first. Then when you do look for it, it's in the place where you find it, which is the goal of organizing anyway. So do you see like it all goes toward the same purpose but for those of us who really struggle And who failed so many times organizing in the past separating those two things out and realizing decluttering and organizers are not the same thing. That will help you be able to make progress because you can just go ahead and get started to cluttering. There's no reason to sit

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"slava" Discussed on Beekeeping Today Podcast

Beekeeping Today Podcast

07:34 min | 1 year ago

"slava" Discussed on Beekeeping Today Podcast

"It's a mechanism that uses compressed air to deliver beneficial microbes through the front entrance eventually you blow around. Trying to trying to not have to attack so much time and still delivered spoonful of. And two of Romantics to is however the bird does need to open the high of to inspect the high of to feed or whatever your the treatments and they should use. You know they can use the product right on top of the brute. Chamber where very compatible with essentially everything unmarked except buttocks on even on the roads are fine. A the Varroa treatments to are. Okay. Road treatment on. Zelic Four Mick at the same time waiting. Together, but you can put them at the same time into. Okay. Well, that makes that makes my labor problem much better because I've got somebody may not making four trips to a B. Yard only one. Gets. Okay. Good. All right. So so We know what it is and what it does about how often you're going to need it and when you're gonNA, need it and and what am I missing here? I I'm going to go out and buy a bag tomorrow. But what else am I missing? I want to make sure that you either fed. That they have food does I mean microbes there? They just evade. Yes. They are used as food they are was essentially microbial meets the was a bull location. Two years ago. Stephens that show that omnivores microbe. Yes I think that that's that's important here in a few years vs and I think that it using even any kind of pro teams clemente pollen substitute. Is Good because. You just need to be able to digest those proteins right and having the microbes zoom bear will help to deliver to get the most out of that nutrition whenever nutrition they're getting. And I think one thing that's missing is. This for me because I'm just thinking trying to understand how it can help with s decides, and as I, think that that's another problem that Hopefully, we can a soul because in. A natural environment s designs are being degraded by microbes in the environment. there is a very interesting article that talks about help pesticides how lactic acid bacteria on different kinds, different species of lactic acid bacteria I can also help to neutralize or. Degrade the pesticides. Nearly. Extend others and that would be really great to. To continue more of that research and there's a lot of there. There are several groups that are interested in this right now, and I think that that's That could be an answer to a lot of problems absolutely yet. MAZING. I wanted to take a lot of asides are designed and fantasize one of their motive actions to turn off the. System, the host, and they're trying to target them. Either insects as well. So they have the same system so. What's missing embassy might like to do more research understanding. How exactly are microbes are keeping the simple for fifty? M. Did explanation of athlete. How how accepted is the probiotic? Absolutely. Right. We use sugar. Sugar. Is A carrier make it palatable and? They're. Very attractive eligible tastes and smells for them. Yeah I'm I'm really impatient. I. Want everybody to kind of try and sand essence. Many kind of opinion send a video as possible in been. Getting a lot of male like that I think that it really helps to kind of. On game seekonk replace accepted. I can send you to. Do is is GonNa ask you do you have an instagram account? So people can post the instagram or we can go out to the instagram to see the video. And give it to us now in and I'll make sure it's in the show notes. Yes from microbials. Yes. Jeff, but that brings up another quick question. DFM. Stand for can I ask. For. My homies. Sound microbes that are being fed to the animals. Well. Not Having a lot of background I. Wasn't sure. So I thought I'd clear that up and I'm GonNa Guess that people listening are GonNa go? Okay knowing. So thank you, Jeff have used any of these no I haven't yet. I plan to sounds really interesting it does. And I have talked to a number a good number of commercial beekeepers who are using this product I've never heard anything bad. It seems to be seems to be doing what it's supposed to do so. That's why I wanted to talk to these people today to find out why it's doing what it's supposed to do and how I do it well. We'll continue. Trying to get four answers because I think that that's a big event. Big Adventure. US. At me, I think it makes kind of a sense and it goes back to. We had Jonathan Lundgren on for season talking about the soil health and how the soil has and you touched on it. I think there before and the soil is is been basically bleached of all the healthy In, the soil and have led to all the problems and I think that's kid be extrapolated as you to to the bees and even ourselves and I think. The proper -biotics makes sense to me in terms of restoring to a natural balance. That's what keeps me. I think most of any natural system including all of its components and we're trying to take one component isolation. It doesn't work like that and soil is. Just, such a great example for you know it's not just one thing right? It's not sterile and you can't really have slow without. Microbes no no. No, and that's the same thing with all of our gut and B's Guts. COW's guts. Chicken's guts. Honestly. We are really hoping to. Crumbs into the soil to and trying to. Do as much swell as well. would be good. Yeah. We aren't working with different soil fungi different and the my career as A. Defense. Next year just really understand how soils immunity we start as. 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"slava" Discussed on Beekeeping Today Podcast

Beekeeping Today Podcast

08:17 min | 1 year ago

"slava" Discussed on Beekeeping Today Podcast

"Fingerprint understand which species are present there, and that's all they know decided to real species in the honeybee cut. Okay good. Yeah, thanks that's the extent of my high school biology too. So I won't ask more questions. Off Right, it changes a lot every year. There's a lot of really exciting progress in college and that's So Bs picking up these these microorganisms in the environment forager's or finding them in the bringing an ingesting them, and then they more or less colonize, the in the forgers gut and then, and then I I'm looking at a larva here who doesn't forage how does that Larva get that food get that those microbe because they have to digest food too. That's BS. For example when? When mothers are mothers give birth, we are asked on the beneficial microbiome from our mothers on the inside the. Whenever we as the egg gets right much sterile along the nurse bees they have to feed. The Larva Be Brand or will jelly all of those on all those will have microbes as. Well what happens in when the larva when the when the when the larva PUPA. Because everything goes. Absolutely right. So during that time of minimum offices, the guideline and gets shed. So whenever the adult becomes, it's it's gut is relatively sterile relatively hunger sound or other relativists everybody very quickly repopulates. It's Natural Relative microbiome by contraction with material is the first job of east up the next round. So yes, I think that's the that's the part that's interesting because it's not just got off the money beat that is Housing so many different microbes ended. The coal yes the. Environment. Of Anti Microbial but pretty much everything else has a lot of. has its own micro by on. We'll as well as direction with with other bees, lots of different glasses, lots of ways to pass on the beneficial microbes, for example, flexes or one of the worst ones I think is the most important one is that fecal relaxes us do help each other has a social insect and since. Based on their extensive research. We see that some majority of the official microbes are presence in the hind guts that the equal lexuses. Made Way to inoculate the with. Vissel. I, it sounds. It always comes down to poop. Doesn't it? has its own microbiome essel neither. Bacteria on guides just that are brought in and you know you you start the fermentation i. mean there's so many different products that are used in both US and. Visas well. I mean my favorite one is chocolate and. A to US Open a cutlets. All right. So you've got a beat it's got healthy bio and things are going fine and then suddenly they're not going fine what sort of either environmental or or. What causes. Why. Do I have to feed yourself to my bees because they don't have enough of what they need what what happens that makes that happen Question. I mean these naturally get. Microbes from environmental when they go foraging that's the main place. They will bring back nectar pollen water propolis. All of those things will contain beneficial micro soldier actually for bacteria's well. Why why do they run out while modern agricultural practices? That used. In urban lawns or suburban lawns. Y- they. Just having the normal by versus year right now I think it's has decide and. Antibiotics and microbial substances kind of everywhere starting problem, the antibiotics, which the beekeepers us and all the way to pesticides in punk decides which are spraying herbicides soon. Though initial Environment Rondo for broad spectrum of other. Yes. So That's that's just a chemical inputs right that can kill the bacteria may things more sterile nature doesn't like sterile so just like his seat in the soil if you have. Unhealthy or unbalanced of soil microbiome you can have more pathogens like E. Coli ride that than contaminate salad and other stuff does just the chemical inputs and then they're also inputs off the Diet feeding while in. For example doesn't really help to bring to have any good microbes to the Diet of hiding. They'd data. Lotta. Stuff just like sugar syrup to doesn't necessarily. By definition doesn't believe. At any microbes to the Diet. So nutrition can really be thought of you know I level is not as good food. Waste I just degenerate energy. Yeah and these feeling it Paul and we all know that we try to make sure that these yet. Adequate. For Genetic Poll and influence. But even that poem review on top of that you know breaking down and digesting all is something that microbes help with. So even when they have adequate resources, these still need the microbes to. Generate energy enemy Amin. Energy is a budget cracks or anything knowing you all of our metabolic processes L.. Reduction work. disassociation all of those are energy demanding processes and we use energies budgets, and where to generate energy we get them through foo. Food. It's not just. Eating a delicious meal is is a Justin. Are That Work Mike Dowse, I'm. Very, thrilled that you know the idea of they just use a microbes. Developing more more. Works is that whenever you know the whole seats food, the microbes digest the food into what's all the short chain, fatty acids or organic acids. And thus the fuel that's the energy currency that is being used to. Run the whole of these other metabolic. long and very recently. Just a few months ago was everybody Winston Brazilan that showed. Her Anderson Kennison Yeah. Showing that you know. There's a huge benefit of fun my. Actually using microbes to. Generate more organic assets and the guts for proper metabolic processes of went far away from your question is. That's But yelich you're you're you're basically right asking the question of why do we need the microbes in the first place? They should be there except when they're not. Yes I mean monoculture crops are beans rate with. Them. The compound soon, mixture that the crop itself, it's use most yield. But I mean, you take from one of shortening Yeller.

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"slava" Discussed on Beekeeping Today Podcast

Beekeeping Today Podcast

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"slava" Discussed on Beekeeping Today Podcast

"Adding the Mike folks to the fees at ending the microbes to Animal Diet helps David dairy cows, and other animals been more resilient, more healthy have better. What is it? The neutron conversion here's You're a lot more energy from. Food. So we have found with that stuff. You can help. On the way we veterans of evening is we were approached by Yes. Master beepers. To develop. A product for honeybees. Different again, you can. You can wave daily colony to figure out how much smoke produces are like how to do it with a be. How long ago was that? That was in twenty and with all the started work on this and. Ended twelve. Thirteen we've developed the product close to the end of twenty fourteen so Lucas. Sometimes. Then why five years now that we actually can't use and it's Not that we won't be working with, but it's on. Yet quite quite a difference ago from working with cows suddenly be working with bees. So you are beekeepers? Yes we are. Absolutely we are urban where urban beekeepers we have these on the roof of our production facility. Yeah we're in Hawaii end you can have to to to. Being lucky but we actually ask for research Permission. House, like we can have like two thousand or more via we've fluctuated between. Fifteen and thirty.

"slava" Discussed on Beekeeping Today Podcast

Beekeeping Today Podcast

04:58 min | 1 year ago

"slava" Discussed on Beekeeping Today Podcast

"Lengthly lengthly observation enabled the discovery of the importance of be safe be space by Reverend L. L. and stuff, and after this discovery, the ingenuity of many beekeepers solved numerous problems associated with colony management. Space to beehive is the first of two books describing the backgrounds you like I just mentioned. the background to beekeeping. As it is today, it covers the evolution of beehives, the introduction of various types of beekeeping equipment over the years and the development of a whole slew of beekeeping methods and practices. These include the contributions of Francis Huber William Car Julius Hoffman Robert Mainly the Porter's Colin Butler Charles Miller Gillette doolittle Gilbert doolittle pageants Swarm Control Snow Govan Tarnoff and a whole lot more this publication in its companion behind to beekeeper. That's the second one that's coming out. which is going to be released in September. Twenty twenty are going to be invaluable to students of modulate of the British Beekeepers Association examination and I'm GonNa think any beekeeper who wants to know a lot more about the history of beekeeping. Great. All right. Thanks a lot Kim. That was really good. So let's get right into our interview with the folks from strong microbials. I WANNA. Welcome. Slava, and Vera to the beekeeping today podcast. Welcome. This is going to be interesting an interesting program because I don't know. What these people do we have vera and Slava struggle over I'm close but I'm probably there but that's we're in Slava. Okay. They are with a company called strong corby bills and they deal with probiotics, animals, and our experience of courses with them is just with bees but they've got a lot more experience with this science than than I realized a lot more than bees. So Vera Slava I, want you to tell us how you got your start and then the some of the animals you've worked with in projects you've been involved in up to be. Well. Scientists were both biologists my focus was more immunology and molecular biology and various was more on genetics microbiology yet and I think it was when we were just got our degrees were working in animal nutrition and in looking and developing different probiotics, synthetic different probiotics for animals in animal printout. Big Animal Production Operations. So it's livestock like cattle and dairy cows and poultry swine. As, well as environmental questions such as water oxygen associated with animal ration-, and we were involved in several, very interesting that we're helping to. Improve the health and profitability health of animals can profitability of the farming operation using micro soothing probiotics on help animal's digestive better. Help them have a healthier more resilient UNICEF on. One project that I was working on was with BIG CAPS. That for just calf and were put on milk replacement men at that time. Many animals are stressed and they have diarrhea. And so we were testing bacillus. probiotics which help them recover from the diarrhea have fewer episodes and have few less treatment costs that was very interesting and that's just one example on. As being exposed to probiotic in getting started with formulating testing different probiotics for animals. That was a pretty big field than we decided to just guess you decided to own intelligent become independent and I was we're strong microbials gained from the exactly yes. Our first exposure to. Agricultural micro boxes through area industry, as well as poultry industry yet you know what? Silage and silence you not phones are silent juice we made. Originally at some. Natural Microbial Product to preserve silence such as. Or alfalfa or or silage for yes. All animals to eat. Windsurfers yes. All debts is cold by an acronym for Mutation and adding the Mike folks to the fees at ending the microbes to Animal Diet helps David dairy cows, and other animals.

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"slava" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"slava" Discussed on No Agenda

"Okay let's say I was leaning back if you could if there was a pill there's a pill that I take and not be anymore I would have jumped on. When did he say this? When did he say this? This was recently. Because he's got his mind they're under. God knows this ever heard this one no played again for the whole thing. Oh my God if you could if there is a pill there's a pill that I could take and not be gay anymore. I would've jumped on and thank God. I didn't because I would not have the amazing marriage that I have now to to chastise and now. Here's Wow I'm confused by his use of past and present tense day. Well hold on you. You're going to get to people who ask are skipped in Holland we sake MENSA. Defrost over the over Slava translates to when you ask you get skipped. Let me just use typical Dutch by the way if you could if there is a pill there's a pill that I could take and not be gay anymore. I would've jumped on and thank God. I didn't because I do not understand why the LGBTQ community is not outraged by this a couple of things. First of all yeah. You're right there's mixed I mean if you're saying when I was a kid I was so I was so freaked out. I was so confused because I take an anti-gay pill okay but that's not exactly the way it came out and it just and it says this was a visual. They.

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Painting and Decorating Tips from the 1950s

Pass It On

02:25 min | 2 years ago

Painting and Decorating Tips from the 1950s

"Clean job when painting kitchen or bathroom tie plastic bags over the tops. They will be kept nice and Clean Mrs L.. BITTY killary Sleet Dundee. Now that's a good idea. My Kosei about north. Oh I I mean some some of the tips. You know practical value in some tipsters sub stalker by wash thing. I've ever heard what old I I mean. It's a bet on Ben. Vanilla precaution the fully decorating of them. roku fittings was bustling afterwards. It's any paint on. them can be easily cleaned off. Mrs D Richardson. Eight bevin avenue right hoop sutherland. It's almost all tip next. But what. Aw I always my first reaction is for that. First thing is probably implant painter decorator and a plastic bag over or in tight because otherwise you could clean the damn things afterwards which sounds good idea? I think that's a good check. Thinks manually whatever wipe it clean tops. I hope yeah but I'm spoke to pin on would make it more difficult but which for me today on a plastic bag over or something like that. I mean just whipping the opening done and then done was Bu Slava vaseline go to clean the vastly. And lastly what you mean is difficult to go. Once it's hard. I've actually known to date when the tip came from but if it was the very early nineteen fifties plus bugs. I wouldn't really very people baga suppose yeah okay close and not please I will give you a brilliant tip papering when doing a papering job. Try using a pinch roller to apply the paste. It spreads a piece evenly is quicko unless Messy Donna. Blush there's a C- Hoopoe one hundred. Eighty eighth central street. Classical kessous faces. Let's gone mind equals blown. I've never s to recruit me but it makes Sumer March saying it's absolutely so bad. Why is it never occurred to me? Why isn't that just what people do? When they're putting a why is it a brush is there is a reason for this? Okay guys off. You are very adept painting a rule of dipped in various lamey wallpaper. Peace will tend to slay Tarallo Than Tun Eh. This doesn't

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Hockey players plan game at North Pole

Climate Connections

01:12 min | 2 years ago

Hockey players plan game at North Pole

"Athletes from around the world planned to play a hockey match. In April they'll be surrounded not by bleachers of adoring fans but by a vast expanse of snow and ice and maybe a passing polar bear Sergei. RIBICOFF HOFFA's helping organize the event near the North Pole. It's a project that these about bringing everyone all the countries all the sportsman all the people people together on one topic clench global warming is rapidly melting. Arctic Sea ice so the event is being billed as the first and last hockey game into be played at the North Pole. A slew of organizations and sports figures are involved the UN Environment Program is helping lead the effort. It was spearheaded by Slava Fetisov a legendary Russian hockey player. Mike Richter formerly of the New York Rangers is on the roster as our players from Russia Canada Scandinavian countries and beyond Rybakov says it provides an opportunity for each well known athlete to learn first hand about melting Arctic ice. Then they can give interviews and share the information and with others leeann investor in the old gun-free boat. What is going on globally for this game. The ultimate goal is to bring attention to the climate crisis.

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Decluttering My Schedule

A Slob Comes Clean

09:57 min | 2 years ago

Decluttering My Schedule

"All right. So let's talk about decluttering puttering my schedule so first of all the day is a container. Okay I know those of you who might be listening to this podcast as your very first one or going. I'm sorry what the day is a container. So the container concept is a game changing mindset that has impacted impacted my home more than anything else has and what that means is I did not realize what containers were four. I thought containers for were for putting things in. I did not realize that containers are actually meant to contain. That's why they're called contain. They are meant to serve as limits. Okay so their boundaries and the the boundaries of a container the size of a container determines. How much stuff I can keep? This is an over simplified version. But as I put my favorite favorite things into a container whether that is a drawer because everything in my house is a container whether it's a shelf whether it's an actual pretty little basket whether it's a room itself as I put my favorite things in there. I I have to accept the limits of that container and realized that. I can't try to shove of more in there than we'll actually fit because then it will spill outside the limits of the container. And that's when bad things happen. That's when the house gets out of control and so accepting. The limits of the container is key for decluttering. It also helps with removing the emotions from the process and all of that kind of stuff. I have podcasts. Specifically talked on and on and on and in the books about can the container concept and how that changes everything but applying that to my schedule a day has twenty four hours. I can't fill all those twenty four hours. Stay Sane. 'cause I need about eight or more of those for sleeping. I'm like if I get eight but anyway I need to acknowledge the reality of my situation and the reality of everybody's situation. Is there only twenty four hours in a day and there are only you know X.. Amount of hours that you actually have available for things that are within your control. Sometimes things are outside of your control. Sometimes things that feel like they're outside of your control might be inside if you control if you start looking at it that way okay. It's the same as when I'm decluttering and I pick up something and I think I can't get rid of this. I just can't get rid of this item. will if somebody was to ask me why I have an answer I just can't and then and when I start looking at the container and going okay. This item is paralyzing and makes me feel like I have to keep it. But when I look at the realities ladies of my container I go. There's enough space for this item and so it has to go or if I keep it something else has to go and then that helps me view it differently. It kind of breaks that attachment or that assumption that it has to stay just because it has to stay The reality is you only have so much time in the day. I have so much time in my day I have to deal with it. Okay and I have to accept that and I'm going to be a whole lot happier and things are going to go you better and everybody's going to be happier in my life if I accept the realities of the container okay. You can't say yes to everything. It simply won't work so one of the things things that I have realized as I've gone through my own slava fixation process and my own attachments to clutter and all that kind of stuff and giving up on you know putting a bag full of really cool stamps. Meaning like the kind where you do crafts with putting those into donate box felt like giving up a part of my heart. Even though I'd never been a stamper but I had a dream of being a stamper. Okay so getting rid of certain things in my schedule Sometimes Phillix feels like I'm giving up on and something of me but the reality is I can't say to everything we are thin gatherers. Okay when I say we I'm talking about people like me were thin gatherers but we're also idea gatherers. There's a lot of times are things have gathered. We felt justified gathering them because of this idea of the ideas audiences that we have gathered right so like so. I'm sorry I've always got an idea. You know my husband will often say that when it comes to blogging if somebody asks him How do you feel about Dana blog? And he's like I'm just so excited that she finally really acted on one of her ideas because the whole time after we got married and I was teaching being and I knew that I wanted to stay home and I had kids. I was coming up with idea after idea after idea. After idea of all the things that maybe I could do you as some sort of a business once my kid you know once I stayed home with kids or once once the kids are in school or whatever so I was always gathering collecting ideas and sometimes times in different times in my life that has looked like gathering and collecting commitments. That I think well that sounds fun or that sounds fun. I'd be good at that. Sure I'll do that or whatever and then you do well at one thing and you've got fifteen other people saying hey. Can you do this thing for me too. And so you realized that but learning the hard way just the way. I learned the hard way in my house that having too much stuff made it impossible to maintain I have learned. I probably learned the time when sooner but I learned the hard way over the years that taking on too many different commitments made me miserable. Maybe not do the other ones well so just realizing that part of this personality of those of us who gather so much stuff a lot of times. That's also it also manifests as over committing as well okay. So I think this is a valid conversation. Am I to be having and when I say conversation I mean I'm the only one talking but well that's my guess anyway. Okay so number one and this is something I had to think about a lot lately as I try to think of while I wish I could do. This is except your actual circumstances. You know I live in a small town and I mean it's not a tiny town but it's a small town like we don't have access to all the things that my friends who live in suburbs if different places That they all have you know they're like Oh they've got this this this and this everything they could ever imagine. It feels like is right around the corner for them. We don't have that you know we have a walmart. You're but not a target. You know that kind of thing we have A Chili's but that's you know that's basically the only the only sit down restaurants you know that we have so it's not like we don't Have anything we just. Don't have everything and sometimes what can happen. I've been dealing with this with one of my kids who really wishes that our schools had some of these as more obscure sports that he really would like to participate in. And they're not majorly obscure there. Just you know they're just not your standard every school has them And so he's just wishing Ching for that and I I keep trying to tell him. I'm like honey. This is your reality. You know I'm sorry and it is fine to go. That is so frustrating. But you can't dwell on it because it doesn't do any good dwelling it so I have to have that same conversation with myself on things like so I've been trying to work out. How how many years have you been listening to my podcast? How many times have you heard me say? I'm trying to do better at work out. Need sometimes I do great and sometimes I do anyway. I'm trying to do better. I've lost like six pounds last two weeks so I'm proud of myself but I'm trying to do this and I really like I I. I really really enjoy yoga and my husband and I have gone to a yoga class the last three Monday nights and I think well I was going to do this right. I'd be going to Yoga at least three times a week right but then the schedule because I live in a small town and there is only one place ace to do yoga. The schedule doesn't fit with my schedule. It just doesn't. There's just not a way for me to do that. I mean maybe I thought about that. Many Times I've even tried to go but I mean it just doesn't work and so it's frustrating to me and my tendency a lot of times when something is like well. There's just no way to make it. Work is to go. Oh well what can I do. You know and I've had a really talk myself through the fact that even though I'm really enjoying yoga and I'm wishing that you know I had a yoga studio you know five different Yoga studios to choose from and so that pick the one that had the times that worked best for me. I just don't I don't have it. I could do it on. TV on YouTube. Or whatever. I know I've heard of what you'll go by Adrian Rian. I've heard of that one a lot. Anyway I think I tried it once and it was harder than I was expecting but I think I could do it. Now that I've been going to yoga a little bit anyway but I've just gone and I wish I could do yoga but the reality is my situation. Is that the one thing I can do exactly on. My schedule is stopped by the gym. On the way home from dropping off my kids and do the elliptical for thirty minutes. It's not the thing I want to be doing. I mean I was talking to my friend Leah of premeditated. Leftover she's done A. We were at a conference together recently but she did a podcast with me or maybe two. She's written a couple of bucks anyway. She's been doing Tai Chi and she's like I'm just amazed at at the impact that it's had and you know and I'm like really she's like yeah. I mean you just you feel like you're not doing that much but then it has this huge impact and I'm like that's exactly what I want something. That has a huge impact without feeling like I'm doing that much anyway. Yoga's really hard though so I'm assuming Tai Chi much harder than you think. It is anyway but I look at that and I go I wish I I had Taichi where I live. And you know what I don't and so the reality is as you're looking at your schedule and figuring out what can stay and what can go except the reality of your situation.

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Google Play Removes 42 Malicious Apps

The CyberWire

00:37 sec | 2 years ago

Google Play Removes 42 Malicious Apps

"Google scrubbed forty two APPs from the play store that served Adware the brought a slava based security firm E. set discovered us which has been active for about a year Google was quick to give the bat absence Summary Heave Ho out of the play store but e set reminds everyone that old apps never die they just fade away into dodgy third party stores the researcher there's traced the developer of Abbas to a university in Vietnam where one wishes the students would stick to their books malware development can end badly just ask snack guy at rutgers who put together Mirai a couple of years ago

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How Hazardous Is Peeing in the Pool?

BrainStuff

03:52 min | 3 years ago

How Hazardous Is Peeing in the Pool?

"This episode is brought to you by the Capital, One saver card, earn four percent cashback on dining and entertainment. Two percent at grocery stores and one percent on all other purchases. Now when you go out you cash in what's in your wallet terms apply. Welcome to brainstorm a production of I heart radio. Hey, brain stuff. Lauren Bogle bomb here with summer fast approaching here in the United States. We need to talk about swimming pools, and the dirty secret of swimmers peeing in the pool. It's not just gross, according to the American Chemical Society, it's bad for our health research has shown that there are about thirty two eighty milliliters of urine per person in public pools. That's about one to three ounces or about a shot glass full per person to counteract the urine, and other stuff that winds up in the water like sweat Slava dirt, end, traces of fecal matter. We add chemical disinfectants to keep pools clear and clean and keep us from picking up bugs like salmonella and E clai and those disinfectants are doing their job. But unfortunately that's not all they're doing those disinfectants can react with urine, sweat hair, and body care products and other organic matter that winds up in pools and create what researchers call disinfection byproducts or db peas these byproducts can cause serious. Health concerns, especially for professional swimmers, and people who work around pools, chronic inhalation of db peas can cause respiratory problems, such as asthma, and are the main reason for the red burning eyes, you may experience in the pool. And the number one culprit is you guessed it urine, which causes half of the db peas found in pools in the air around them. Urine contains Iria a chemical that reacts with chlorine to form. Trichloride mean the compound that makes a pool smell, like a pool. You'll never enjoy that smell again, it's also the one to blame for I burn and respiratory issues a real problem for competitive swimmers who spent so much time in the water, but cutting down on db peas tough since you're getting in the pool is something almost everyone does. It's just easier than getting out to take a leak and people mistakenly think the chlorine will just take care of it even Olympic swimmer, Michael, Phelps, and Ryan locked e joke about their pool ping, Ernest Blatch Lee, and environmental engineer at Purdue University said in an article in chemical and engineering news. High profile. Swimmers have a real opportunity to take position of leadership. And responsibility, the best thing that swimmers could do to improve the swimming environment for themselves. And for everybody else who uses the pool is to practice. Commonsense hygiene, that means I taking a shower before getting into the pool to rinse off much of the dirt sweat, and lotion, our bodies carry around and second, but most important, don't pee in the pool. But what about the ocean fish p there? So why not humans right? Well, you're in luck. It's absolutely okay to swim and p with the fishes. Today's episode was written by Karen, Kirkpatrick, and produced by Tyler claim brain stuff is a production of iheartradio's, how stuff works for more on this, and lots of other sort of gross, but important topics. Visit our home planet. How stuff works dot com and for more podcasts, my heart radio. Visit the iheartradio app, apple podcasts or wherever you listen to your favorite shows. Hi, I'm Chelsea handler. And I'm launching a brand new podcast with iheartradio called life will be the death of me. And I'm gonna talk to all these different people, my BFF Mary McCormack. That's what we should call. My book tour the apology, or great idea. Sorry. Everyone on this whole podcast should be called. It should be called with the orange because of the orange theme of the book Archie. Glad I went to therapy. Life will be the death of me with Chelsea handler. Listen and subscribe at apple podcasts or wherever you listen to podcasts.

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"slava" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"slava" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Thank you. Chris. Breath. Use white Chris Matthews tux, except he Slava's all over himself. Found my spot. For the last two and a half years, ladies and gentlemen, the media have really expose themselves in ways they haven't in the past. The media generally. As I pointed on freedom of the press. And by the way. Don't ever forget it. The Democratic Party pressure narrative that the Trump campaign colluded with the Russian government during the twenty sixteen president election was a complete fabrication that consumed two and a half years of broadcast print and internet so-called reporting twenty four hours a day and involved an untold number of media inspired immediate promoted conspiracies, plots, allegations, inferences, suppositions and conclusion. A March twenty five twenty nineteen newsbusters. Rich noise confirmed the extent of the media saturation bombing of the public with false information about this pseudo event with these incredible statistics. From January twenty two twenty seventeen that's an automation day through March twenty one twenty nineteen the last night before special counsel Muller sent his report to the attorney general the CBS and NBC evening newscast produced a combined two thousand two hundred eighty four.

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Explainer 159: Who is Slovakias new president?

Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

05:04 min | 3 years ago

Explainer 159: Who is Slovakias new president?

"Unlike its neighbours in central Europe, Slovakia, risen, foamy socio political term, but it all changed in February loss yon Kuchiak leading Slovakian journalist found murdered on Sunday evening, please. In Slovakia investigating the murder of a journalist and his partner young was investigating government corruption. When and his fiancee were killed the first murder of a journalist is history. The killings triggered the biggest and to government protests in thirty years and fools the country's long seven prime minister will fit. So to resign. Antennas on chip I'm Susanna. I'm a lawyer is soda. Soft-spoken liberal in a single mother. She's ten Slovak politics completely on its head. And she's done that without any previous experience of governmental diplomacy. No mean feat in a country that's been dominated by conservative career politicians fits suit. And now she's president. How did this happen? In you opaque tissues. Not trust Augusta poem. They will be time for detailed analysis later. But I think that what resonated with voters was that throughout my campaign. I've always been truthful and candid and try to answer every question post to me, even when it was difficult, and this is something that Slovak's simply on use to Q V clam chuckled to the made maiden name as an environmental lawyer, but could death on the mass protests that followed prompted her to go into politics is Doug lost knit them. Get through some in little study, the tragic events of last year affected me very deeply. And now the time is ripe for Slovak's to demand and make change Slovak's beginning to cherish, the values of liberty and mutual respect. And they need political leaders who are all Fenwick in representing these values. Do not hold. Now, the Slovak presidency is largely ceremonial role. Of course, but you will still be able to veto bills to approve the formation of governments. But is that enough to tackle the problems facing stuck? Having Brzezinski problem? We'll see a calm city. Limit of honor up Oviously, we are a parliamentary democracy, but nonetheless, the presidential powers quite strong, particularly in the areas of Justice and the rule of law and as president hobby pushing systemic change in these areas. So some key offices like prosecutor's office or police can become more independent of political interference Sposa ball duck bullets bullets comfortably. What about your opponent motto smash smash chef chevik as vice president of the European Commission. He's obviously also strongly pro Europe. And yet his campaign has affectively failed. That we missed it. Another visa Willie hollow by Hove nem. Call dober- healthy Amata, I consider him to be very accomplished diplomat. And he obviously has much more experience in matters of foreign policy than me. But I'm better acquainted with the situation here at home as a lawyer, I've been helping ordinary people with their problems all my life. Also, I felt like he was reluctant to take a critical look at our current problems. And I think people needed him to acknowledge the reality of spoken on St. slim seizure, the procedural portrait. What lessons can the rest of Europe learn from this presidential campaign and from your success. Financially emotionally, I should share Velka Obeit now in this country and beyond a growing demand for honesty, and for lack of a better word normality in politics. There's a lot of emotions in politics these days, but the predominant ones are fear and hate them. I think we need to create more positive emotions in politics. More empathy. We need to restore people's trust in politicians. We need to show them that politicians are there to do good. This is the lesson that can be drawn from my success. Of the coastal now, but he's to acquire. Troppled Obas, liberal views and has supported gay rights will no doubt rankle with more conservative Slovak's. But her election is a sign of change this country and above all shows that a political outsider doesn't always have to be populist or an extremist for more and broader Slava. I'm lexie.

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"slava" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"slava" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Kill. They fail. That's how they get so many. So these these these these kids are programs. I don't know. How you explain it? How can you overcome them because they're subject to assist them? You come into the world. As an extension of ISIS. What can you do? You can't do much. If you show a little sign of a common sense. They'll kill you. That is that world. But America's becoming this world. We are losing. Our our country. We're losing. Losing ourselves. When you when you have a psychiatry and psychology making things worse, you make things worse. Nearly every one of those. Children taking all these different. But have they call us medicines? There's so many of them. Take the medicine. And they make it makes it makes them worse. When you take a cigarette. Why are you taking that cigarettes because it takes you away from seeing what's wrong with you? Your insecurity. How did you get the miss insecurity from your parents? From hating your parents. Appeasing parents thinking that Slava, and then you find out that isn't. That you addicted to his approval. And then you hate that too. There's nothing else. It goes round and round this nothing, but hate no love. No, it's a spiritual problem. What you have is beyond the concept of sokaiya tree and medicine now, I'm not saying that you shouldn't take medicine. Well, we're talking about a special. Probably.

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"slava" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"slava" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"And I'm Gary McNamara. Eight six six ninety redeye we're just talking about the miracle on ice which was thirty nine years ago today, we'll get back to talking about just a small at and the fact that he was charged yesterday, and what may happen now and get two more your phone calls on it. But it was Slava Fetisov who played for Detroit with the Russian five the one Stanley Cup. And he is the one that got the first he got he's got the the first passport to leave, you know, to actually leave the Soviet Union and work elsewhere, which was monumental because nobody had ever done that in the Soviet Union. And it was a hockey player who did that. And so he's the one that actually confronted he went up and confronted the Red Army general, and they he said, I'm not gonna play few in the they basically told them you don't play us. You're going to go to Siberia and a week later. They let them go. And it was because the Gorbachov in Paris strike in glasnost and all that that was going on in the country at right time. Right. And so we hit at the right time. But. It took a lot of guts to do what he did. Right. You'd think about it. And it pains me to say anything complimentary ever about the Red Army team. No, it does it. No. 'cause well you realize who the players were. Right. You know? And and what power they didn't have. And who actually was in charge. And you put it all in perspective when you learn that, then you understand it you you realize that in a communist system as an individual you are upon the system. Right. I mean, it would it would be. I mean the comparison blaming the people of Cuba for the Castros blaming the people of Venezuela. For shabas or Maduro? You know what I mean? And and that's just lightning individual, right? They're the they're the victims. It's it it's going to be interesting political season because you know, there's so much out there. Now right now.

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"slava" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

03:42 min | 3 years ago

"slava" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Wanna kill. And they will kill those who don't wanna kill. They fail. That's how they get so many. So these these these these kids are programs. I don't know. How you explain it? How can you overcome them because they're subject to assist them? You come into the world. As an extension of ISIS. What can you do? You can't do much. If you show a little sign of common sense. They'll kill you. That is that world. But America's becoming this world. We are losing. Our our country. We're losing. Losing ourselves. When you when you have psychiatry and psychology making things worse, you'll make things was. Nearly every one of those. Children taking all these different. But if they call us medicines, so many of them. Take the medicine. And they make it makes it makes them worse. When you take a cigarette. Why are you taking that cigarettes because it takes you away from seeing what's wrong with you? Your insecurity. How did you get the miss insecurity from your parents? From hating your parents. Appeasing of parents thinking that Slava, and then you find out that isn't. Addicted to his approval. And you hate that too. There's nothing else. It goes round and round this nothing, but hate no love. See now is a spiritual problem. What you have is beyond the concept of psychiatry and medicine now, I'm not saying that you shouldn't take medicine. Well, we're talking about a special. Probably something in the mind, and you can't fix it for the most part cannot fix it with anything. You can go to you can go to. Let's see goes to church. And make you N when you go to church on Sunday. Your. Hurting your kill child on Monday. You put pressure on children. Because you don't know how because kids do get upset when you because when they come into the world, they get the extension of you in them now. What is in you from your parents, and your failing father who is the one that is there when you come right into the world mother. And the failing father..

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"slava" Discussed on Jalen and Jacoby

Jalen and Jacoby

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"slava" Discussed on Jalen and Jacoby

"You season it and you do it any paying could get okay there you put it together and then some people put tomato some people grain that's good let's say oh sounds good looking me that's that sounds good rotel for a long time i trust i like your number three to slava's by theory that all foods are better in a smaller version no doubt i got neck if you committed to birger full whatever slaughter you grab one in grab another used to get them double apas at burger king i used to tell them that cut in half or like the presentation was better i come up the second thing i'm the same way and i put put eggs over medium amount so i got a cut in the end she got fries i got froze you can do season you can type of fries i for me preferably my people cajun fries oh i like that right with season so baltimore number five have been of a wild card so we we held them off let's reveal your number five cake cake yes cake sweets cake i was gonna say coke cakes but it was a soft move k. cake is overrated taking over his over i'd rather have some ice cream over cake any shower take his wildly overrated like overrated and honestly the frosting frosting is not even good no not what you own the frosting on which you would like i to me my like my dream cake is a yellow cake warm just that's it that's it no frozen hotel chug a q at the frosty those big all i don't like that yellowcake warm i got a real wild card for okay a real wild card 'cause it's this this you need some of those in the second half.

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"slava" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

04:13 min | 3 years ago

"slava" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"The second the first one right not much longer about it so this is going to be lazy and slava nly just like you are if you're watching on t._v. you might have noticed me ducking out of the studio that's because of supandi and all like the whole i've been sucked into this to potty world you've been sucked and i've been sitting here texan that i'm gay so morning hey wants to use conversations with you that we're off the air good the jets vetoed so let's push even more more yesterday yeah yeah no it's been everything you would expect it's been working with this is how bad it is mike who loves to god's loves him loves him in real and meaningful ways they embrace each other after stugatz lied or mike needs to lie for him on some some stupid thing i've lied to his wife forum like mike mike is protected stu gods at every turn a love you mike has handed this off to someone else because he doesn't want to deal with the issues and much control he doesn't want to deal with trying to wrangle stu gods into the pen to do his job to poverty exo i need someone to handle the day-to-day operations of stu pod but yeah i'm so that bit of a control freak but he's very difficult to manage but it's called sue potty it's already out we've tweeted the link subscribe episodes zeros episode one should becoming today depending on whatever happens with his adam gates of it should be happening today while you're over there on on podcasts our good friend meantime has a great episode with bill barnwell previewing the super bowl she's a part of our lebatardshow prince network as well go and subscribe to that if you haven't already let me explain this to you on meena and barnwell you've heard me lament all the time that we don't know what the hell were watching and basically the way we cover football is to yell about the referees and you know predict what's going to happen in the games and then wrong then our lobski doesn't nice job on get up i missed an f. l. matchup and there are some people here in elsewhere that teach you stop but if you want good super bowl coverage and you needed condensed for you just want some information so that you could talk to your friends about it because that's what happened with p._t._i. right pardon the interruption what the reason its groundbreaking beyond the chemistry between tony and mike longtime friends is because they made sportscenter more bite sized and gave you the sports news and how to talk about it at work in a half hour they gave all the interesting stories right it was for the twenty five minutes or social media became a big thing it was four eighty here bells here's a minute on each topic here we go here is thirty minutes that will inform the sports fan and what i am telling you is if you want that for the super bowl you can't do a lot better in mainstream media than meena and bill barnwell sitting together and talking about the game and i say that not even having heard the podcast i agree with you because we i mean i don't even try to figure out what it is i'm watching i just look at the quarterback at least they're trying to figure out what it is we're watching and trying to give that information to you and they have a very good understanding of exactly what you are watching every sunday which is uncommon in his industry it really is because i'm just looking at the quarterback right if you're looking for the exact opposite of that supandi drops today the number one podcast in all of sports and recreation according to i mean it midlife flawed metrics oh well that's what we've distorted everything we are just getting so many millions of downloads because if you put in the work though stugatz army the stugotz army does all the work form he doesn't do anything listen then if this thing shoots stood army listened to the power we will have if this thing shoots number one i tunes the power apple podcast and it already has shots number one in its category you wanted shooting up the number one overall yes you're not taking down rogan i wanna take rogan and the power that we will have now the money will be all mine but the power that you and.

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"slava" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"slava" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"The other. But the other dot one is always trying to get you. They want to find a way to bring you to them and to be subject to them. All the way down to hell. I never back. If responded angrily. Come alive. The whole idea of this is dockside which was in me somewhere. Always somewhere waiting to come inside. And give me a thought like that. Puzzle me. Let me upset me when you get upset. The would upset means turn around the other way the minute. I will get upset I belong to the dockside. Coast itself potato, and it would become a alive that idea in my mind when I got upset when it kept on saying. Back. I just left it alone. And waited Slava's more ready for this. I just understood that you react to your thoughts. At the. Wail office is wherever the thoughts come from. It comes up inside. You did when I was a kid. And something made me. My my cousin Arnold does something to cause me to have a reaction in my solar plexus Blackstone. I said, I don't know what that is just wait.

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Johnny Depp is apparently broke

The Tom Anderson Show

02:59 min | 4 years ago

Johnny Depp is apparently broke

"Table all right we're talking television with what he is the co host bill and wendy on wgn radio very successful program from what i read johnny depp is in the news wendy now i know this is a tv segment and you say you can't use johnny depp not segment twenty one jump street we haven't done a richard greco story in about twelve years so when i tell you i had such a tough time deciding who was hotter johnny depp or richard griego i ultimately went with i think i kind of fluctuated but i think i think johnny depp hasta 'cause where's richard greek oh now that's a good question roman wrestling is that what he's doing greco slava johnny depp is in the news because he says wendy that his six hundred and fifty million dollar fortune is almost all gone he has spent all of his money six hundred fifty million dollars as he mentioned why he looked so she could yeah and emaciated that's a good word i just saw a picture of him that was taken over the weekend any looks good again i don't know what happened he just had he's very moody in in terms of his look days he'll look movie star handsome and other days he looks like the comic strip henry does he yes he does rolling stone just did an article on the trouble with johnny depp it came out a day ago by stephen rodrick multimillion dollar lawsuits a haze of booze and hash a marriage gone very wrong and a lifestyle he can't afford that's what it is but even like all right so somebody gives you six hundred and fifty million dollars could you spend it in a couple of years i don't know how you could do that totally possible and you know he's still working yeah so it's jellies work that's where it ended and he's got his hollywood vampires with alice cooper and joe perry must make money from that we'll just residuals alone he's has johnny depp ben and twenty five movies would you say yeah you ever take a couple of days but he's the star of twenty five movies or one of the stars at twenty five movies the residual checks alone you could live very very comfortably on even if you didn't work another day ever just those checks alone you see my major league checks brigham in some four dollars and ninety cents that's more than i expected a lot of money found money i didn't know that money was coming i could do whatever i want with it well he's in this lawsuit with his former management groups so that's where he's losing all his money in lawsuits just spending it frivolously on hair products right and makeup he needs to hire somebody who understands money management like mc hammer who consider him down and say here's how you spend the money did you know he and tom petty were really close friends tom petty and johnny depp.

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Older adults can still grow new brain cells, study finds

News and Perspective with Herb Weisbaum

02:23 min | 4 years ago

Older adults can still grow new brain cells, study finds

"A dangerous area or an unfamiliar part of town or perhaps a hill with a more than thirty percent grade here's abc's johnson go faster street los angeles one of the steepest most dangerous residential roads in america i dare devils playground a collision magnet leaving cars in front yards on curves even upside down so this is kind of been a landing pad for saudis america plane had crashed through my front yard and now after a recent influx in traffic residents have had enough here a lot of screaming screaming fbomb slava after the people who live here say popular navigation apps like ways are sending commuters unfamiliar with the streets thirty two percent grade down there road hoping to avoid traffic the results at times disastrous and the traffic like okay that's one thing but i think the safety concern is what is concerning his whole neighborhood we tried it out cameras rolling can't see a thing one two three four my neck is not long enough at five seconds and then you can see the street again google which owns ways tells abc news our map reflects any measures taken my local agencies to protect their citizens should the local agency decide to restrict baxter street this change will be taken into account numbers recently had a fiery exchange with city leaders in the city of la is now looking at two options one of them making baxter a one way street the other preventing left turns onto baxter from a nearby thoroughfare but this problem with navigation apps is not just happening here it's happening across the country abc's johnson scientists think they might be learning why our brains are performing less well as we age for many years it was thought the brain didn't produce new cells leading to declines in everything from memory to reasoning and language now researchers at columbia university have found older people have just as many new brain cells for memory as younger people but there's less blood flowing to those new cells in other words newer sales aren't as active in older brains the researchers say that older people can stimulate those newer sells through exercise and being intellectually engaged the study is published in the journal cell stem cell komo news time one fifty three a trip to the.

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