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People in their 20s are injecting face fillers to look like their selfie filters

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

05:24 min | 2 years ago

People in their 20s are injecting face fillers to look like their selfie filters

"This. Marketplace podcast is brought to you by the university of Florida Warrington college of business transform your future with an MBA from one of America's top ten universities. Learn more at Warrington dot ufl dot EDU slash MBA. People in their twenties and thirties are getting injections to look more like their selfie filters from American public media. This is marketplace tech demystifying the digital economy. I'm Ali would. Selby's are an art form on social media. But some young people aren't happy with just a Snapchat or Instagram filter. They want the lip cheek and forehead injections. So that their real life faces match the doctor itself fees. The American Academy of facial plastic and reconstructive surgery says there's been a twenty percent increase in botox injections among eighteen to thirty seven year olds in the last five years. Marketplace reporter, Eric embarrassed, it's reporting on this recently. And she told me that the makers of injectable fillers which smooth out the lines on your face like a photo filter. Does are starting to spend a lot more money on social media marketing, our Gan, which is the company that makes boat talks makes Juve Dharam does cool sculpting. That's where they're paying influencers to do a lot of the work. So people are on Instagram anyway, looking at other people's faces all the time. And then they're seeing people that they might follow women that they might look up to. And they're seeing that they also were are actually, you know, talking. About these things, you know, they're like hash tagging Sunday afternoon. Hashtag tocks hashtag filter. Hashtag fillers. You know, the whole thing. Yeah. Tell me more specifically about what people are getting done like what specific procedures than what are people trying to look like. So the most basic thing that most people are getting done is just getting, you know, likable talks injection that kind of freezes your face and kind of makes you look relaxed. But then after that there's a lot of small spas that have opened up that are offering things like institute, which is some stuff that you can get put in your cheeks that give you like sort of a higher cheekbone. You can get your lips done and make them a little bit plumper a lot plumper. There's all kinds of stuff that you can get done. I understand that one woman told you she really has heard of people asking to look more like the filters that they have seen on social media. Right. Yeah. So one woman I spoke with who's Twenty-seven-year-old in Rhode Island. And she says she just gets her lips done. She gets imbo both talks. But it's pretty like normalized amongst her group of friends, and she has a couple. They get a little shot of Duve Derm in the tip of their nose. It makes them look a little bit like that Snapchat filter, and I just thought that was kind of fascinating like the idea that you wanna look like what your online reflection looks like do you have a sense of whether any of the doctors are ethically conflicted about this. Do they resist it at all? Yeah. So I did talk to one doctor who actually is the head of one of the plastic surgery. National plastic surgery associations in Memphis, and he refuses to give anyone any kind of injectable or bow talks unless they medically need it or if they're under a certain age. So he's adamant lead not doing it. But at the same time, he knows that there's like clinics just right up the street that you can just walk into. I think the big part of it is is that because you know, it's it's an elective procedure. It's a lot of money. And so you're budgeting thousand or two thousand a year, you know, it can be hard to say no to that. Erica barris is a reporter with marketplace. Last year. Researchers at the Boston University school of medicine Warren. About what they called Snapchat, Dismore FIA and said, it could lead to body Dismore fic- disorder, a mental illness that causes people to obsess about their imagined defects. And now for some related links head over to our website. Marketplace tech dot org for a link to a longer story that Erica did about this four marketplace and more stories about Snapchat, Dismore, Fiat, and how it has plastic surgeons worry earlier this year doctors at Massachusetts General Hospital published a guide for cosmetic practitioners to help them figure out when they're dealing with someone who is beyond normal discontent with their appearance and onto the obsessive compulsive spectrum that is body this Morphing disorder their research that as many as thirteen percent of people seeking cosmetic surgery have the disorder and in a fun. Fact, I learned that dissatisfaction with your appearance is so common in basically, everyone that researchers call it quote normative discontent. There is a hopeful story from Taylor Laurenz over at the Atlantic though from just a couple of weeks ago about how even though those twenty and thirty somethings or getting the nose injections, look more like their filters. The next generation. Of influencers is actually rejecting the carefully edited super stylized aesthetic, and they're going for a quote, Messier and more unfiltered vibe, the story quotes, a fifteen year old influencers who says that avocado toast and posts on the beach are generic and played out and that it's not cool anymore to be manufactured. So maybe the children really are our future. Unless allergen comes calling with the big check. I'm Ali would. And that's marketplace tech. This is a PM.

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"snapchat dismore" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

08:23 min | 2 years ago

"snapchat dismore" Discussed on KTRH

"Thousand sixteen when told KTAR h why his crystal ball sees you Trump victory. Trump starts out. No matter what the economy's doing with an advantage economy right now is incredibly strong and the elections a long way off and the economy changes every day. Changes that could turn into big swings between now, and then the dens are going to do their best to stall things, economic wise. But let's consider there's too much. Now for the left to really have an impact. The good news is that the tax cuts and jobs act was passed in December two thousand seventeen it's gonna be a gift that keeps on giving. And since a lot of us vote without checkbooks. If it ain't broke don't fix it. Who knows what's gonna be like a year from now? But I think I think things should be pretty good clip. You do that huge. Really? Well. Do you think too strong economy is sure just President Trump a landslide victory in thousand twenty it? Thank you. A lot can happen in eighteen months. Go to KTAR H dot com tells what you think on our Facebook page is now six oh, three democrat voters. Meantime, they don't care about the ideology of their presidential candidate in two thousand twenty they say as long as he or she can beat President Trump. That's the finding of a new USA today Suffolk university poll. Fifty five percent of democrat respondents say they prefer electability over ideological purity, even if that candidate embraces openly socialist policies in a hypothetical matchup the overall poll gives Trump a thirty nine thirty six edge over an unnamed democrat nominee with eleven percent actually supporting a third party candidate. Our news time now six three schools in district surrounding last week's deer park fire will reopen today even as clean up at the IDC petrochemical facility continues. US coastguard is tripled the length of booms being used to contain the run off now on the Houston. Ship channel nine toxins were detected in water samples seven. Miles of the channel closed until further notice. There were no further flare ups at that chemical plant over the weekend. Texas lawmakers now looking to make record withdrawals from the nation's largest rating day fund that would be the state of Texas rainy day fund. They want billions for Harvey relief school finance reform and to ease the burden up property taxes Rice's. Mark Jones says the fund balance could drop to five to seven billion dollars, which actually might be too low. The more. We drive down the Maury risk adversely affecting infrastructure spending on highways because from highway funds come from the rainy day fund only long as it remains above a certain purpose of the rainy day fund is to cover one time emergencies like hurricane Harvey Jones says paying for recurring expenses like schools. Well, that's gonna become problematic for future legislatures Borhan Peter to pay Paul one lawmaker looking to bring back one forgotten. Our almost forgotten Texas tradition. Huntsville state rep Ernest Bayles has filed a Bill to reinstate the Texas prison rodeo which was held in Huntsville from nineteen thirty one thousand nine hundred six bales believes the event could be an economic boon. It was a really big thing. Shame that that went by the wayside. We're just trying to see what options we have to bring that back. He says revenue from the event could be reinvested in prison education. Bettering we can do for inmate center is to help him with the knowledge to be able to help themselves therefore lower recidivism rate, and we all win the old prison rodeo included events, like Bareback, basketball and wild cow milking Coriolis at NewsRadio seven forty KTAR. H here's one don't expect to grab. Chick-fil-a? The next time you're passing through the San Antonio airport city council voted to ban, the popular quick service restaurant from opening a location in terminal a at the airport and their siding. They call it. An anti LGBTQ legacy. A liberal news outlet reporting that Chick-fil-A donated one point eight million dollars to anti-homosexual charities and twenty seventeen and that prompted the San Antonio council to act they didn't like what the paper was saying the charities and question the Salvation Army the fellowship of Christian, athletes and the Paul Anderson youth home, it's a facility for troubled young men. Chick-fil-a officials say they weren't consulted before the vote. Our news time now is six oh, six more people are demanding a Photoshop version of themselves. Plastic surgeons say Snapchat, Dismore few is driving a record number of patients to their offices patients. They give them computer altered altered cell fees. Depicting how they'd like to look. Jeez. Quarter million more cosmetic procedures were performed last year over twenty seventeen including a nineteen percent increase in so-called. Oh, get this Brazilian Butler. I just don't understand what's going on. Fighting gravity. I guess six. Oh, seven is your news time. Now, let's drive is something we can't understand the Houston Cougars onto the Sweet Sixteen for the first time since nineteen Eighty-four. I remember that year they beat Ohio State seventy four fifty nine to advance to the next round and the NC double A tournament. They're gonna meet second seed Kentucky on Friday and Kansas City. I kept switching back and forth and back and forth. I think are they the blue devils. Jackie no, Kentucky's Wildcats Wildcats while Cassar hot that they're gonna tangle with the Cougars got Houston in my bracket, you can tune into all your Cougars action on K P R C nine fifty rockets beat the pelicans in New Orleans at one thirteen ninety James harden lead all scores with twenty eight points. The road trip continues tomorrow night from Milwaukee and the stroz beat Washington five three in their final spring training game in Florida there at minute maid tonight so open a two game exhibition against the pirates now that new policy banning backpacks. At the ballpark. It goes into effect tonight. That coverage starts at six fifty five in sports sportstalk, seven ninety the first pitch at seven ten. I just proved your point. I don't even know the names of the teams, I'm Chevra fryer. Houston's news, weather and traffic station, if they're not from Texas NewsRadio seven forty KTAR h. We gotta go. Guys. We're gonna be late for school. Come on get an update before you head out. Okay. Google play KTAR agent. Iheartradio. Have it proven my point yet? Because I'm beating you in the bracket. That's the total opposite of what by point. Well, yeah. Your point was. Yeah. Learned knowledge does not overcome just sheer willy nilly Sherlock. Yeah. Now, I got twelve out of this sixteen fifteen of the sixty s e. The logic. Your logic prevails. Messed up was the Kansas pick. I do have Houston Kentucky knife to have Houston. When again you do. I do. My gut feeling, but I thought oh, you gotta go with your heart. Maybe instead of your given how much attention new normally paid college basketball think you've done very well. You think you've done very very? Little with Virginia. I think I just had a bias. I just didn't want Virginia to win against Virginia sheriff fryer were they ever done to you. I don't like their politics over there. You'll like their politics. What did you in particular or Virginia in Virginia in general right now, I'm a little bit perturbed, not I'm not here to defend Virginia. Because as you know, I want you to go from red to pink to purple to blue. But the vast majority of the state at least geographically still read. I've always thought it was a beautiful state. But you know, it was more my thinking that they're distracted there. So political in Virginia. Now, the cow does that not carry over into everything that happens, and isn't that amazing to other whole governors thing? Yeah. I. Cal can you even be focused on a on a winning team when you're so distracted? That's what I was thinking. Well, we can all focus one weekend at a time. Right. When we get to the Sweet Sixteen we'll be focusing again. I'm going with Tennessee. I still think fix so. All right. We'll see I still have Duke one of the whole thing. But then again, so the eighty percent of folks which had a mild Cardi Lombardo last night. Man. That was a crazy game. All right..

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"snapchat dismore" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

Talk 650 KSTE

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"snapchat dismore" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

"Food, good sports. You're listening to the best of Armstrong and Getty. I to talk about this really long, exhaustive and exhausting article. The New York Times did on the rate of bankruptcies among older people, which is skyrocketing. Shocking stuff, and they covered so much data. But to me left out such an obvious angle. So state troubling. So as we can troubling back to this Snapchat Dismore few according to a JAMA article journal of American Medical Association. I think it's form of body Dismore disorder. The conditions a mental disorder that causes people. And I quote to be extremely preoccupied with a perceived flaw and appearance that to others can't be seen or appears minor. That's not my problem. People said you'd say to me all the time g got a red nose. And then you get into this today's, you know, lots of people who say, I'm always worried about my thick neck, or whatever they say, what are you talking about today's generation can't escape the Truman effect because from birth. They're born into an age of social platforms with their feelings of self worth can be based purely on the number of likes and followers that they have which is sick. Yes thickening. Yeah. And it used to be only celebrities with a highly technical capabilities and people working for them could produce flawless envy inducing photos. But now that a lot of people are your friends classmates and family members, people are becoming more and more obsessed. You know, I I I've not done that. But like I admitted because I'm honest only because I don't know how if I if I if I had the app and knew how to do it. I probably would have probably better off not starting down that road 'cause I can see how you'd start down that road. And and in little by little you'd end up some place that you would think is weird. Yeah. Boy. And once you start doing it on pictures, they'd have to keep it up. Right. Because then at the beads such a jarring difference. Picture addictive or you store, you, you know, you're you're at a certain weight new gained some weight. Well, I'm gonna I'm gonna have. I'm going to shave off because I'll be back to my old weight on a.

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"snapchat dismore" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

Talk 650 KSTE

12:08 min | 2 years ago

"snapchat dismore" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

"To the best of Armstrong and Getty. I to talk about this really long, exhaustive and exhausting article. The New York Times did on the rate of bankruptcies among older people, which is skyrocketing. Shocking stuff, and they covered so much data. But to me left out such an obvious angle. So state troubling so troubling back to this Snapchat Dismore few according to a JAMA article journal of American Medical Association. I think form of body Dismore Morphing disorder. DD conditions a mental disorder that causes people. And I quote to be extremely preoccupied with the preserved flaw and appearance that to others can't be seen or appears minor Matt's. Not my problem. People said you'd say to me all the time. Geez. You gotta read knows right? And then they get into this. Today's, you know, lots of people who say, you know, I'm always worried about my thick neck, or whatever they say you're talking about today's generation can escape the Truman effect because from birth. They're born into an age of social platforms where their feelings of self worth can be based purely on the number of likes and followers that they have which is sick. Yes thickening. Yeah. And it used to be only celebrities with a highly technical capabilities and people working for them could produce flawless envy inducing photos. But now that a lot of people are your friends classmates and family members, people are becoming more and more obsessed. You know, I I I've not done that. But like, I it minted because I'm honest only because I don't know how if I if I if I had the app and knew how to do it. I probably would have probably better off not starting down that road because I can see how you'd start down that road. And and little by little you end up some place that you would think is weird Blaine. Once you start doing it on pictures, they'd have to keep it up. Right. Because then it'd be such a jarring difference. Picture or or you, you know, you're at a certain weight gain some weight. Well, I'm gonna I'm gonna have. I'm going to shave that off because I'll be back to my old. Wait, you know, on a year goes by or two or five or ten and you're changing all your pictures? Look like your old weight. Well, the near just what are you doing? What are we doing? Yeah. It's weird to not have pictures of what we look like if you're a celebrity it makes perfectly. Good sense. That's part of your product. You make a living right for your friends and family that aren't you? What is that? According to the annual American Academy of facial, plastic and reconstructive surgery survey sell fees continue to be a driving force be beyond. Why people wish to get plastic surgery done? Last year survey found fifty five percent of surgeons reported seeing patients who requested surgery to look better in self fees. That's thirteen percent up from the previous year. Wow. Wow. Yeah, we are becoming very strange beast. Movie we won't leave our homes in the future. We will leave our homes there'll be lots of pictures of us out there. But they don't look like us other people to see they'll they'll never meet us because we don't leave our homes in date or mate or anything. And they may be looking into those weird pictures of us at our funerals as people who get this disorder experienced lifetime suicidal idealization and twenty four to twenty eight percent have attempted suicide not obsessed with how you look. That's crazy. Yeah. Well, the number one selling apple last year was this. Whiten your teeth smooth out your skin app, right, right? This is kind of funny. I think it fits into the judge that this fits into the story is going to get into about old people. Went bankrupt. There's nothing funnier starving old people Jack good setup here with this is. That's from Joe Getty's. How to argue on fairly? I hold my seminars down at the Holiday Inn every Thursday afternoon. You get there early enough. You can eat be free breakfast for the people who stay there. And nobody's checking so go ahead and eat their breakfast, right? So FOX did one of their polls. I think all the cable news channels do this. I see them on FOX mostly maybe because I watch FOX more. But they'll do these polls. Right. So you gotta show with your audience. That is watching you because they agree with you for the most part. And then you put up a poll. Do you think this is a good idea from Trump or not have me having spent forty five minutes telling you, this was a great idea? To do that all the time you watch his show because I tell you. It's a good idea. Then you put up a poll you come back from the commercials and say that we were right? Ninety five percent of people think it was a good idea for Trump to do this. Yes, I'm your audience you can vote as many times you want. But anyway. So they did this on FOX and friends. The other day Bernie Sanders Medicare for all Bill the test by some to cost thirty two point six trillion dollars. All the way of a study that says that wouldn't be the case, I should get to at some point. But anyway, would the benefits outweigh the costs? Seventy three percent said yes that was a good idea. So somebody means so somebody or a group of people jumped on their online poll and just really, you know. Yeah. Ginned up the the respondent weeded out. I'm sure which is fine. It's pointing out a dumb. Most polls are just they're just dumb. It's dumb. It's it's it makes me embarrassed for for the media when you do on quick online polls in an act like that means a Franken thing about anything. But. On the healthcare thing. So the New York Times with this long article hit you with the the main stat the rate of bankruptcy for people sixty five and older is three times what it was in nineteen ninety one. It is tripled down amount of time in the one of the interesting things is for all your other age groups, it's going down. But for those sixty five and older, it has just skyrocketed, and they do a really long article, even by New York time standards to get into all the different angles. And the reasons why this is true now couple of things there's no arguing with that medical costs are just out of hand. There's no doubting that and there's a couple of other things, but in this exhaustive article with all this data and graphs and all these talk a day. Here's Susan who seventy-five and lives in wherever the hell. She lives and she's out of money because she broke her ankle and not to mention all the experts and everything else nobody ever even touched on. You know, this generation grew up in a house three times as big as their parents did because everybody thought they needed a big house. You know, this generation drove new cars at a rate. Ten times with my parents who had just visited over the weekend and a retired comfortably have never owned a new car in their life. But this generation buys new cars all the time. This generation flies everywhere when the previous generation trove everywhere because they thought flying was too expensive. This generation lot of them have been to Europe are Hawaii wherever that other generation. They never been any of those places like my parents because they thought it was too expensive. How are you not because one of the factors that they did point out is they have no savings, and you're just supposed to leap to the conclusion. I guess that they have no savings because medical care costs are so high they couldn't possibly have any say, you're not even gonna touch on the fact that people live in bigger houses and buy new cars and travel more and eat out all the time. You're not even going to address that at all. Well, and you left you left out the fact that in a generation or two we went from a country that was the vast majority of people would wait until they had the money to buy something, for instance, a car whether it be new or used and now we are almost entirely a credit. Society. She could factor that in that if you pay one and a half times or whatever it ends up being for everything, right? Because you bought it on credit? Yeah. But how do you leave that out of the conversation? Not only a minor part of the article, but not mentioned the tall. They made one mention of credit card rates being so high that was one of the reasons for bankruptcy. Not. Yeah. Exactly. Not only diminish that as a factor. They didn't consider that a factor. So is that conscious? No bias. No. Or do you think even scarier, it is I think it's a song conscious? I think it's this. I think it is people think that is just you get to do that you get to live in his big house you want and buy new cars and fly to Hawaii in the summer and do that sort of stuff. And if when you when you're out of money at the end of your life, or whenever that is the world's screwing you somehow that is America's system being wrong. And we need to soak the people who are currently working for money, which is the scariest proposition rice, not bias. It's just a belief. Are they unaware of the transitions? We're just describing how would you be? How would you possibly be present ISM obsessed with what is studying all these journalists and people making the graphs everything like that? They don't recognize they don't remember that they grew up in a tiny house with brothers and sisters, and now people that are couples with no kids live in houses three times as big on average. I mean, it's just an average stat look it up right size houses exploded average size of a house and flying and eating out. And all this other stuff. We already mentioned I how do you not factor that in down much money, you have left at the end of your life. I don't know. That's that's malpractice. Journalism wife. Well, like, you said the scariest thing is that nobody thinks you should take that into account. Apparently. That is scary. That is that's horrifying. If you're if you are trying to save money and drive used cars are not taking vacations or whatever to have some money left over. It's pretty scary. Because the the obvious political argument is you've got money some of that should go to that person that doesn't. Yeah. But they bought a new car every year. Sorry doesn't make any difference. Well, and if some of your money can go to to people, you will lose every single election for the rest of your life. Elections are two largest then a function of handing stuff out to people and buying their vote boy and all that Steiner support that lifestyle stuff would add up to a lot of money over fifty years. We especially invested. Oh, yeah. Yes. It could be the difference between having a million and a half dollars in in stocks and savings and 4._0._1._K or zero that Matt lifestyle. Yes, easily. Yeah. Indisputable? I'm talking about people not make a ton of money. Just you know live in a regular job. And just do the math. It's it's pretty simple math. But it really is troubling to me that that was not even thrown in. I thought oh God they're gonna throw this in on the last paragraph as like a line. Of course, this generation has spent more money throughout their lives. No, didn't even not even a nod toward it people. Yeah. Well, I think we're doomed we are. Yeah. Absolutely. It's so borne out by the federal government, which just response to the wishes of the people look at us twenty. What is it twenty two trillion in debt? Now, I've lost track changes pretty quickly. Yeah. I don't I don't know. What to say? I mean, it's I feel like I'm standing on the seashore yelling at the tide, right? And at some point you're the unpopular one because why are you pointing this out, right? Right. Yeah. And you know, I'm thinking of the inevitable. Oh, that's easy for you guys to say, you make good money, blah. Okay. All right, fine. If I had a time machine, I'd take you back to the kitchen table and Judy. And I were dead broke had a couple of babies, and we always saved. Now, some months we would go back, and and we would have to dig into our savings because we just couldn't make our bills. But we talk about it and say, well, we don't want to do that. We gotta we gotta lower our costs or raise our income somehow, and we saved them. We saved them you save you must now I'm going to sound like Dave Ramsey. You must live below. Your means don't not forget beyond. You gotta live via below your means. Which is great.

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"snapchat dismore" Discussed on Eating For Free

Eating For Free

04:50 min | 2 years ago

"snapchat dismore" Discussed on Eating For Free

"Have you had any of your tweets censored since the settlement though, none to someone have to read them before they go out? So you're tweeting or not supervised. This asseri. I just felt like that was really important. I have one I have to scraps. So if you have anything else that you really need to get to it should be your time to shine. She we talk about genera because being dragged I feel like it's not our place. But I just wanna say she didn't terrible actress, and she has the same crying pattern in real life as she has on. Jane, the virgin, and neither are very convincing. I have a fifty frontline. In a sense. You don't really act you don't sing. You don't dance. You don't have any to give me any talent. Oh, no is an involve a hat. No, oh, then continue. So this is not necessarily the fifty lines. But it actually is one hundred percent. An update on the status of what it means to be in the fifty front line. So I was reading did you see this deep dive from the guardian about Snapchat, Dismore view. And the recent studies about surgeries based on Snapchat filters and watch like a like a episode of a television show about this. I think like people that get surgery to look like Snapchat filters. So yeah, I just wanted to run by some interesting. We'll statistics I found that. I think we're just very fitting to what we've been talking about in general when it comes to, you know, it may be a Hadeed job own or a, you know, influenced, sir. Yes. Or instagram? Face tuned, you build a bitch body moment experience. Yeah. So L of the guardian winters like deep dive about various young women who were so popular on Instagram or on snap. Chat with these you know, using fifty filters day doing and photos that they actually started get procedures with them. And she talked about this term that people shouldn't use called co Snapchat. Just morphine as a term coined by cosmic Dr a t on a show front of SO clinks inland into Newcastle. He had noticed where patients had once brought in pictures of themselves will they used to bring in celebrity photos pretty much for like deal nose and jaw. And now they bring in photos of themselves, but the differences that usually is through the filter snap Chow or the airbrushing up face tune that we all know about and there's actually a lot of reports of people saying that they actually are being requested to emulate as close as they can these photos in there before and after pictures on this article of people using filters to make themselves, look like big, I wide face aliens, and then actually before and after surgical photos to maybe that picture, I saw a picture of James Charles and James Charles who's the tall white Neo Nazi with a pink wig. Oh, Jeffey star. Yeah. Yeah. And the white Walker and a pink wig. I saw a picture of them. And I was like so this is what humans look like now. Like it was that smooth face pointy cheekbone. No like discernible jaw line puffy wide. I like a turn knows disaster. And I was like one what is the Juvetr just removes all like facial characteristics that make people look unique or interesting, and Secondly, a literally turns you into a puffy cocaine baby like. The cooking baby. Oh, oh, it's so, unfortunately, I watch especially Vanderbilt rules, which I'm super excited for tonight and. By look at these girls. And unlike you all look like nobody invented everybody else. Same time preventative Bo talks, you know, that what actually does stretches your skin out your skin, loses elasticity. And as you get older, you're going to need to keep getting more and more Juvetr and botox injections to keep your face the same shape that it is why do you think all of those women who have had heavy tocks treatments? Their whole lives have to get crazy face-lifts at fifty because it sags your face is being pumped full of heavy fillers that drag it down, they don't stay in place. I was reading in this article, by the way, like just get a Hilo Masset in a row and drink water, you'll be fine and does the same thing. But apparently there was like Hyler onic acids in college and all this stuff. You're just talking about apparently breaks down within months into a permanent. Police official Mitha Sirait beads. That is what allows you to see which pretty much is why you have to keep going..

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"snapchat dismore" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

Talk 650 KSTE

03:34 min | 2 years ago

"snapchat dismore" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

"The best of Armstrong and Getty. Want to talk about this really long, exhaustive and exhausting article. The New York Times did on the rate of bankruptcies among older people, which is skyrocketing. Shocking stuff, and they covered so much data. But to me left out such an obvious angle. So state troubling. So speaking troubling back to this Snapchat, Dismore FIA, according to a JAMA article journal of American Medical Association, I think form of body disorder. The conditions of mental disorder that causes people. And I quote to be extremely preoccupied with the preserved flaw and appearance that to others can't be seen or appears minor. That's not my problem. People said would say to me all the time. Geez. You gotta read knows right? And then they get into this. Today's, you know, lots of people who say, you know, I'm always worried about my thick neck, or whatever they say you're talking about today's generation can escape the Truman effect because from birth. They're born into an age of social platforms where their feelings of self worth can be based purely on the number of likes and followers that they have which is sick sickening. Yeah. And it used to be only celebrities with a highly technical capabilities and people working for them could produce flawless envy inducing photos. But now that a lot of people are your friends classmates and family members, people are becoming more and more obsessed. I I I've not done that. But like I admitted because honest only because I don't know how if I if I if I had the app and knew how to do it. I probably would have probably better off not starting down that road. 'cause I can see how you would start down that road and little by little you'd end up someplace that. You would think is weird. Yeah. Boy. And once you start doing it on pictures, they'd have to keep it up. Right. Because then the beads such a jarring difference. Picture directive, or you are you, you know, you're you're at a certain weight new gained some weight. Well, I'm gonna I'm gonna have. I'm going to shave off because I'll be back to my old. Wait, you know, on a year goes by or two or five or ten and you're changing all your pictures? Look like your old weight will the near just what are you doing? What are we doing? Yeah. It's weird to not have pictures of what we look like if you're a celebrity it makes perfectly. Good sense. That's part of your product. How you make a living just for your friends and family that aren't you? What is that? According to the annual American Academy of facial, plastic and reconstructive surgery survey sell fees continue to be a driving force behind. Why people wish to get plastic surgery done last year survey found fifty five percent of surgeons reported seeing patients who requested surgery to look better in selfies. That's thirteen percent up from the previous year. Wow. Wow. Yeah. We are becoming a very strange beast. Movie. We won't we leave our homes in the future. We will leave our homes. There'll be lots of pictures of us out there. But they don't look like us, right? Other people to see they'll they'll never meet us because we don't leave our homes in date or mate or anything. And they may be looking into those weird pictures of us at our funerals as people who get this disorder experienced lifetime suicidal idealization and twenty four to twenty eight percent have attempted suicide not obsessed with how you look it's crazy. Yeah..

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"snapchat dismore" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"snapchat dismore" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"You're listening to the best of Armstrong and Getty. So I want to talk about this really long, exhaustive and exhausting article. The New York Times did on the rate of bankruptcies among older people, which is skyrocketing. Shocking stuff, and they covered so much data. But to me left out such an obvious angle. So state troubling, so sweet you troubling back to this Snapchat, Dismore FIA, according to a JAMA article journal of American Medical Association. I think it's a form of body just Morphing disorder. The conditions a mental disorder that causes people. And I quote to be extremely preoccupied with a perceived flaw appearance that to others can't be seen or appears minor. That's not my problem. People said would say to me all the time. Geez. You gotta read knows right? And then they get into this. Today's, you know, lots of people who say, you know, I'm always worried about my thick neck, or whatever they say, what are you talking about today's generation can't escape the Truman effect because from birth. They're born into an age of social platforms where their feelings of self worth can be based purely on the number of likes and followers that they have which is sick. Yes thickening. Yeah. And that used to be only celebrities with a highly technical capabilities and people working for them could produce flawless envy inducing photos. But now that a lot of people are your friends classmates and family members, people are becoming more and more obsessed. I've not done that. But like I said because I'm honest only because I don't know how if I if I if I had the app and knew how to do it. I probably would have probably better off not starting down that road. 'cause I can see how you'd start down that road. And in little by little end up some place that you would think is weird. Yeah. Boy. And once you start doing it on pictures, they'd have to keep it up. Right. Because then it'd be such a jarring difference. But. Picture or are you, you know, you're you're at a certain weight new gain some weight. Well, I'm gonna I'm gonna have. I'm going to shave off because I'll be back to my old. Wait, you know, a year goes.

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"snapchat dismore" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

Talk 650 KSTE

12:12 min | 2 years ago

"snapchat dismore" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

"You're listening to the best of Armstrong and Getty. I want to talk about this really long, exhaustive and exhausting article. The New York Times did on the rate of bankruptcies among older people which is skyrocketed shocking stuff, and they covered so much data. But to me left out such an obvious angle. So state troubling. So sweet troubling back to this Snapchat Dismore few according to a JAMA article journal of American Medical Association. I think form of body Dismore disorder. The conditions a mental disorder that causes people. And I quote to be extremely preoccupied with a preceived flaw and appearance that to others can't be seen or appears minor. That's not my problem. People said would say to me all the time. Geez. You gotta read knows right? And then they get into this. Today's, you know, lots of people who say, you know, I'm always worried about my thick neck, or whatever is they say, what are you talking about today's generation can escape the Truman effect because from birth. They're born into an age of social platforms where their feelings of self worth can be based purely on the number of likes and followers that they have which is sick sickening. Yeah. And it used to be only celebrities with a highly technical capabilities and people working for them could produce flawless envy inducing photos. But now that a lot of people are your friends classmates and family members, people are becoming more and more obsessed. You know, I I I've not done that. But like I admitted because of honest only because I don't know how if I if I if I had the app and knew how to do it. I probably would have probably better off not starting down that road because I can see how you'd start down that road. And in little by little end up someplace that. You would think is weird. Yeah. Boy. And once you start doing it on pictures, they'd have to keep it up. Right. Because then it'd be such a jarring difference. Watchmen picture, dick. Or are you, you know, you're at a certain weight gain some weight. Well, I'm gonna I'm gonna say have. I'm going to shave that off because I'll be back to my old wait a year goes by two or five or ten and you're changing all your pictures. Look like your old, wait, the just what are you doing? What are we doing? Yeah. It's weird. To not have pictures of what we look like if you're a celebrity, it makes perfectly good sense. That's part of your product. How you make a living for your friends and family that aren't you? What is that? According to the annual American Academy of facial, plastic and reconstructive surgery survey sell fees continue to be a driving force be beyond. Why people wish to get plastic surgery done? Last year survey found fifty five percent of surgeons reported seeing patients who requested surgery to look better in self fees. That's thirteen percent up from the previous year. Wow. Wow. Yeah, we are becoming a very strange beast. We won't we leave our homes in the future. We will leave our homes. They'll be lots of pictures of us out there. But they don't look like us, right, right? Other people to see we'll never meet us because we don't leave our homes date or mate or anything. And they may be looking into those weird pictures of us at our funerals as people who get this disorder experienced lifetime suicidal idealization and twenty four to twenty eight percent have attempted suicide. Not obsessed with how you look it's crazy. Yeah. Well, the number one selling apple last year was this. Whiten your teeth smooth out your skin app, right, right? This is kind of funny. I think it fits into the judge of that this fits into the story is going to get into but old people on bankrupt. There's nothing funnier starving old people Jack good setup can't hear. This is. That's from Joe Getty's. How to argue unfairly? I hold my seminars down at the Holiday Inn every Thursday afternoon. If you get there early enough, you can eat the free breakfast for the people who stay there. And nobody's checking so go ahead and eat their breakfast, right? So FOX did one of their pools. I think all the cable news channels do this. I see them on FOX mostly maybe because I watch FOX, but they'll do these polls. Right. So you gotta show with your audience. That is watching you because they agree with you for the most part. And then you put up a poll. Do you think this was a good idea from Trump or not have me having spent forty five minutes telling you, this was a great idea actually used to do that all the time you watch his show because I tell you it's a good idea. Then you put up a poll you come back from the commercials and say that we were right? Ninety five percent of people think it was a good idea for Trump to do this. Yes of your audience, and you can vote as many times you want. But anyway, so they did this on FOX and friends the other day Bernie Sanders Medicare for all Bill the testimony by some to cost thirty two point six trillion dollars. All the way a study that says that wouldn't be the case, and I should get to at some point. But anyway, would the benefits outweigh the costs? Seventy three percent said yes that was a good idea. So somebody so somebody or a group of people jumped on. On their online poll and just really, you know. Yeah. Ginned up the the response to that. I'm sure which I only take that. As a is fine. It's pointing out a dumb. Most polls are just they're just dumb. It's just dumb. It's it's it makes me embarrassed for for the media when you do this on quick online polls in an act like that means a frequent thing about anything. But. On the healthcare thing. So the New York Times with this long article hit you with the the the main stat the rate of bankruptcy for people sixty five and older is three times what it was a nineteen ninety one. It is tripled down amount of time in the one of the interesting things is for all your other age groups, it's going down. But for those sixty five and older, it has just skyrocketed, and they do a really long article, even by New York time standards to get into all the different angles. And the reasons why this is true now a couple of things there's no arguing with that medical costs are just out of hand. There's no doubting that and there's a couple of other things, but in this exhaustive article with all this data and graphs and all these talk a day. Here's here's a Susan who seventy-five and lives in wherever the hell. She lives and she's out of money because she broke her ankle and not to mention all the experts and everything else nobody ever even touched on. This generation grew up a house three times as big as their parents did because everybody thought they needed a big house. You know, this generation drove new cars at a rate. Ten times my parents who just visited over the weekend and a retired comfortably have never owned a new car in their life. But this generation buys new cars all the time. This generation flies everywhere when the previous generation trove everywhere because they thought flying was too expensive. This generation lot of Europe are Hawaii wherever that other generation. They never been to Guinea those places like my parents because they thought it was too expensive. How are you not because one of the factors that they did point out is they have no savings, and you're just supposed to leap to the conclusion. I guess that they have no savings because medical care costs are so high they couldn't possibly have any say, you're not even gonna touch on the fact that people live in bigger houses and buy new cars and travel more and eat out all the time. You're not even going to address that at all. Well, and you left to touch on that you'll have the fact that in a generation or two we went from a country that was the vast majority of people would wait until they had the money to buy something, for instance, a car whether it be new or used and now we are almost entirely a credit. Society. She could factor that in that if you pay one and a half times, or whatever it ends up being for everything right because you bought it on credit. Yeah. But how do you leave that out of the conversation? Not only a minor part of the article, but not mentioned the tall. They made one mention of credit card rates being so high that was one of the reasons for bankruptcies, not yeah, exactly. They not only diminish that as a factor. They didn't consider that a factor. So is that conscious? No bias, or do you think even scarier, it is I think it's a son conscious. I think it's this. I think it is people think that is just you you get to do that you get to live in his big house you want and buy new cars and fly to Hawaii in the summer and do that sort of stuff. And if when you when you're out of money at the end of your life, or whenever that is the world's screwing you somehow that is America's system being wrong. Right. And we need to soak the people were currently working for money, which is the scariest proposition. Right. Not bias. It's just a belief. Are they unaware of the transitions? We're just describing how would you be? How would you possibly be present ISM obsessed with what is studying? All these journalists and people making the graphs everything like that. They don't recognize they don't remember that they grew up in a tiny house with brothers and sisters, and now people that are couples with no kids live in houses three times as big on average. I mean, it's just an average stat look it up right size houses exploded average size of a house and flying and eating out. And all this other stuff. We already mentioned I how do you not factor that in that much money you have left at the end of your life? I don't know. That's that's malpractice. Journalism wife. Well, like, you said the scariest thing is that nobody thinks you should take that into account. Apparently. That is scary. That is that's a horrifying. If you're if you are trying to save money and driving used cars are not taking vacations or whatever to have some money left over. It's pretty scary. Because the the obvious political argument is you've got money some of that should go to that person that doesn't. Yeah. But they bought a new car every year. Sorry doesn't make any difference. Well, and if some of your money can go to to people, you will lose every single election for the rest of your life. Collections are two largest then a function of handing stuff out to people in buying their votes. Boy, and all that stuff support that lifestyle stuff would add up to a lot of money over fifty years. We especially invested. Oh, yeah. Yes. It could be the difference between having a million and a half dollars in in in in stocks and savings and 4._0._1._K or zero that that lifestyle. Yes, easily. Yeah. Indisputable? I'm talking about people not make a ton of money. Just you know live in a regular job. You just do the math. It's it's pretty simple math. But it really is troubling to me that that was not even thrown in. I thought oh God they're going to throw this in on the last paragraph as like a line. Of course, this generation has spent more money throughout their lives. No needn't, even not even a nod toward it, and that's her to people. Yeah. Well, I think we're doomed we are. Yeah. Absolutely. Well, and it's it's so borne out by the federal government, which just response to the wishes of the people look at us twenty. What is it twenty two trillion in debt? Now, I've lost track changes pretty quickly. Yeah. I don't know what to say. I mean, it's I feel like I'm standing on the seashore yelling at the tide, right? And at some point you're the unpopular one because why are you pointing this out, right? Right. Yeah. And you know, I'm thinking of the inevitable. Oh, that's easy for you guys to say, you make good money, blah, blah, blah. Yeah. Okay. All right, fine. If I had a time machine, I'd take you back to the kitchen table and Judy. And I were dead broke had a couple of babies, and we always saved. Now, some months we would go back, and and we would have to dig into our savings because we couldn't make our bills. But we talk about it and say, well, we don't want to do that. We got we got a lower our costs or raise our income somehow, and we saved we saved them. You save you must now I'm going to sound like Dave Ramsey. You must live below your means don't forget beyond. You gotta live below your means, which is great advice. Now that stuff that healthcare costs to skyrocket that stuff's all.

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"snapchat dismore" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

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07:28 min | 2 years ago

"snapchat dismore" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"I like to picture that he put in my mind. President Trump just sitting there twiddling thumbs at at the resolute desk while the machine gunners right on the lawn. Just in case the wet bandits dropped by. Donald Trump in home alone. There you go. Well, soon to be speaker of the house Nancy Pelosi says she is not budging not at all on this whole shutdown. She doesn't want to give Trump the five billion dollars for the wall and border security, and she was on the today show. I don't know if you caught any of this this morning that she was on saying, we're not going to cave in any of this. Are you willing to come up and give him some of this money for the wall? Because apparently, that's the sticking point nothing. We're talking about border security. There's no amount of persuasion taking due to say to us. We want you to do something that is not affected that cost billions of dollars. That sends the wrong message about who we are as a country. This is where I think Democrats wind up getting tied up into knots. This wall is not who we are. Then why is it that for years and years and years Democrats talked about secure fencing along the border? Why is it that they've advocated for walls in parts of the border? Now, just Donald Trump advocating for this issue. Suddenly this is not who we are. What's the wrong message that you're sending to the world by erecting any type of barrier along the southern border? Well that and the it's ineffective. How do how she no it's ineffective. How do I know? It's ineffective. How do you know, it is if we don't know I mean, you know, that offense the chain link fence might be ineffective because there are guys in California. Who all they do all day is fixed places where people have just taken bolt cutters to said. Yes, that's all they do all day. So why not actually try to put up a solid barrier? Yeah. This whole it's not effective. We don't know that we were assuming it is. And then though, this isn't who we are we then? Right. Who are we? If we're not that if we're not again, this is a problem. And until you admit, it's a problem until you see it's a problem, then it's political nonsense. So savannah, Guthrie the interviewer in this case comes back saying, hey, well, isn't the whole government shutdown? I know Trump says that he will take the mantle for this. And he's the one that's this is the line in the sand moment for his presidency and Lindsey Graham was on Hannity last night saying if if he caves on the wall, yes, the presidency is over a foul. I kind of agree with grandma. I think that's probably true. But savannah comes back and says isn't part of this on you as well because you're cool with all sorts of different levels of funding for other things but five billion dollars for a border wall is somehow your line in the sand as well. Aren't you partially to blame in this because doesn't it take two to Tango? Essentially, here's savannah Guthrie, don't compromise. Then why isn't the shutdown partially yours? Has the president saying I will hold six agencies of government hostage to my campaign promise that I was going to build a wall. It also has has everything to do with you. You're not willing to work with the president on this. And you haven't been willing to and you've been counting on him. Like you have for years kick the can down the road. Now, President Trump is at the at the eleventh hour, and he's saying no this is where I'm going to fight again, the criticism of President Trump is there all day to just say why why did you wait so long 'til right now because you've got now a democratic house being sworn in today. Why did you wait until this moment to really play this game? But at the end of the day, he's fighting for a policy bet he has advocated on from day one of his candidacy, and you're not willing to give him. What's the real difference? What's the real daylight between it's less than what it's less than actually less than four billion dollars that they have between what Democrats are willing to offer. And what Trump is willing to take. It's the bottom line here. The bottom line is this this is nothing more than who gets the edge in the upcoming elections. Oh, yeah. That's what this is. Yeah. This is. Money. It's not about whether it works or not. It's not about morality. It's not about who. We are. It's not about any of that. It's about who gets the edge in the upcoming right? These guys have all done in one eighty and in that case, then Democrats are equally responsible. And I can't believe what what's the name in. There ain't gonna be. I mean, that's the thing. I mean, the the Democrats are counting on the medium immediate to be in the tank for them like they always have been in other instances of the shutdowns their accounting and banking on that happen. And this is one of the things that does just bother me about the coverage of this as the whole. And I mean, there are a lot of us who want to talk about the actual issue of border security because while it's a winning argument when you actually drill down and ask are you really seriously not going to approve five billion dollars for border security right now because you don't like Donald Trump. You can actually win on that. Instead the media wasting so much time saying who's actually to blame for all of this. That's right, again, it takes two sides to get to the point where we're at right now. So somebody who's gonna blink. I wonder who it's gotta be. I mean, I think it's inevitable that Trump will be the one who blinks. I don't think he can I think the political risk. We talked about it yesterday. But the political risk is much higher on the part of the president right now that excuse me than it is on Democrats. There may be some sort of Dhaka agreement that comes with this. There may be some sort of being a immunity to prosecution from you know, or or it's Eric quickly citiz- quick citizenship through the undocumented children that are here of the dreamers. I mean, that's that's a possibility. I mean, there may be some ground there to give it be still. But really the you're right. The bottom line is going to be the five point six billion for the wall. Once that's done, then we can work backwards from there. Well, and if you really think that you wanna protect the dreamers. Why not come up with a with a counter offer? And you say you protect these eight hundred thousand dreamers. Yes. Or however, many it is the number changes. Depending on who you ask President Trump was offering a path to citizenship for one point four million, right, which is way more than what Democrats were even asking for. But that was months and months ago now at this point why not come up with a counter offer right now. That's that's the way to go that way. Because the only thing the only way this is going to end of it both sides can claim victory both sides need to be able to say we did this. We shut him down. We didn't do what he wanted us to do. And then he needs to say they did exactly what I wanted him to do. So, you know, new year who knows new year new congress. Same old same old. It seems. Right assembly. You had planned? Maybe don't go there, or at least pack shovel package shovel and some biodegradable toilet paper bread bag with you. He's home without it. We got a lot of other stuff that we're going to be getting to. It's not all shut down all the time. I don't I don't I have no interest in doing that all day today. It's a new format. That's it. So we got a whole lot of things to get to including this woman who flipped out when she was told not to pet a service dog. Have you seen this video no also net? Flicks is issuing a warning users saying don't do this. Here we go viral Meam thing that people are going online and doing don't do that. And then what is Snapchat Dismore fiesta? And why is it causing more teens to get plastic surgery? We'll get to it all next on the Mark Leen van camp show. Now, the three big things you need three three in Kasumi. A.

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04:25 min | 2 years ago

"snapchat dismore" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Has the president saying I will hold six agencies of government hostage to my campaign promise that I was going to build a wall. It also has has everything to do with you. You're not willing to work with the president on this. And you haven't been willing to and you've been counting on him. Like you have for years kick the can down the road. Now, President Trump is at the at the eleventh hour, and he's saying no this is where I'm going to fight again, the criticism of President Trump is there all day to just say why why did you wait so long 'til right now. 'cause you've got now a democratic house being sworn in today. Why did you wait until this moment to really play this game? But at the end of the day, he's fighting for a policy that he has advocated on from day one of his candidacy, and you're not willing to give him. What's the real difference? What's the real daylight between it's less than what it's less than actually less than four billion dollars that they have between what Democrats are willing to offer. And what Trump is willing to take. It's the bottom line here. The bottom line is this this is nothing more than who gets the edge in the upcoming elections. Oh, yeah. That's what this is. Yeah. This is. About money. It's not about whether it works or not. It's not about morality. It's not about who. We are. It's not about any of that. It's about who gets the edge Cup coming elections. These guys have all done in one eighty and in that case, then Democrats are equally responsible. And I can't believe what what's the is going to be. I mean, that's the thing. I mean, the Democrats are counting on the medium immediate to be in the tank for them. Like, they always have been in other instances of these shutdowns, they're counting and banking on that happening. And this is one of the things that does just bother me about the coverage of this as the whole when I mean, there are a lot of us who want to talk about the actual issue of border security because while it's a winning argument when you actually drill down and ask are you really seriously not going to approve five billion dollars for border security right now because you don't like Donald Trump. You can actually win on that. Instead, the media are wasting so much time saying who's actually to blame for all of this. That's right, again, it takes two sides to get to the point where we're at right now. So somebody's gonna blink. I wonder who it's gotta be. I mean, I think saying it's inevitable that Trump will be the one who blinks. I don't think he can. I think the political risk. We talked about it yesterday. But the political risk is much higher on the part of the president right now. Excuse me than it is on Democrats. There may be some sort of Dhaka agreement that comes with this. There may be some sort of being a immunity to prosecution from you know, or or it's era quickly citiz- quick citizenship through the undocumented children that are here of the dreamers. I mean, that's that's a possibility. I mean, there may be some ground there to give it be still. But really the you're right. The bottom line is going to be the five point six billion for the wall. Once that's done, then we can work backwards from there. Well, and if you really think that you want to protect the dreamers why not come up with a with a counter offer. And you say you protect these eight hundred thousand dreamers Bs or however, many it is the number changes. Depending on who you ask President Trump was offering a path to citizenship for one point four million, right, which is way more than what Democrats were even asking for. But that was months and months ago now at this point why not come up with a counter offer right now. That's that's the way to go that way because the only. The only way this is going to end of it both sides can claim victory both sides need to be able to say we did this. We shut him down. We didn't do what he wanted us to do. And then he needs to say they did exactly what I wanted him to do. Yeah. So you new year who knows new year new congress. Same old same old. It seemed to Yosemite. You had planned? Maybe don't go there, or at least pack a shovel package shovel and some biodegradable toilet paper bread bag with you home without it. We got a lot of other stuff that we're going to be getting to. It's not all shut down all the time. I don't I don't I have no interest in doing that all day today. It's a new format. That's it. So we got a whole lot of the things to get to including this woman who flipped out when she was told not to pet a service dog. Have you seen this video no also net? Flicks is issuing a warning from users saying don't do this. Here we go viral mean thing that people are going online and doing don't do that. And then what is Snapchat Dismore via and why is it causing more teens to get plastic surgery? We'll get to it all. Next on the Mark.

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04:15 min | 2 years ago

"snapchat dismore" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Six agencies of government hostage to my campaign promise that I was going to build a wall. It also has has everything to do with you. You're not willing to to work with the president on this. And you haven't been willing to and you've been counting on him. Like you have for years kick the can down the road. Now, President Trump is at the at the eleventh hour, and he's saying no this is where I'm going to fight. And again the criticism of President Trump. Is there all day just say why why did you wait so long 'til right now because you've got now a democratic house being sworn in today. Why did you wait until this moment to really play this game? But at the end of the day, he's fighting for a policy that he has advocated on from day one of his candidacy, and you're not willing to give him. What's the real difference? What's the real daylight between it's less than what it's less than actually less than four billion dollars that they have between what Democrats are willing to offer. And what Trump is willing to take. It's the bottom line here. The bottom line is this this is nothing more than who gets the edge in the upcoming elections. Oh, yeah. That's what this is. Yeah. This is about money. It's not about whether it works or not. It's not about morality. It's not. About who? We are. It's not about any of that. It's about who gets the edge of the Cup coming elections. These guys have all done in one eighty and in that case, then Democrats are equally responsible, and I can't believe what's name. Going to be. I mean, that's the thing. I mean, the the Democrats are counting on the medium immediate to be in the tank for them like they always have been in other instances of the shutdowns they're counting and banking on that happen. And this is one of the things that does just bother me about the coverage of this as the whole when I mean, there are a lot of us who want to talk about the actual issue of border security because well, it's a winning argument when you actually drill down and ask are you really seriously not going to approve five billion dollars for border security right now because you don't like Donald Trump. You could actually win on that. Instead, the media are wasting so much time saying who's actually to blame for all of this. That's right, again, it takes two sides to get to the point where we're at right now. So somebody's gonna blink. I wonder who it's gotta be. I mean, I think. Saying it's inevitable that Trump will be the one who blinks. I don't think he can. I think the political risk. We talked about it yesterday. But the political risk is much higher on the part of the president right now that excuse me than it is on Democrats. There may be some sort of Dhaka agreement that comes with this. There may be some sort of being a immunity to for prosecution from you know, or or it's quickly sits quick citizenship through the undocumented children that are here of the dreamers. I mean, that's a that's a possibility. I mean, there may be some ground there to give if he's still, but really the you're right. The bottom line. It's got to be the five point six billion for the wall. Once that's done, then we can work backwards from there. Well, and if you really think that you want to protect the dreamers. Why not come up with a with a counter offer? And you say you protect these eight hundred thousand dreamers. Yes. However, many it is the number changes. Depending on who you ask President Trump was offering a path to citizenship for one point four million, right? Which way more than what Democrats were even asking for. But that was months and months ago now at this point why not come up with the offer right now. That's that's the way to go that way because the only thing that only way this is going to end to both sides can claim victory both sides need to be able to say we did this. We shut him down. We didn't do what he wanted us to do. And he needs to say they did exactly what I wanted him to do. Yeah. So, you know, new year who knows new year new congress. Same old same old. It seemed right now. To yosemite. You had planned? Maybe don't go there, or at least pack a shovel package shovel and some biodegradable toilet paper bread bag with you home without it. We got a lot of other stuff that we're going to be getting to. It's not all shut down all the time. I don't I don't I have no interest in doing that all day today. It's a new format. That's it. So we got a whole lot of things to get to including this woman who flipped out when she was told not to pet a service dog had you seen this video no also net. Flicks is issuing a warning for user saying don't do this. Here we go viral mean thing that people are going online and doing don't do that. And then what is Snapchat Dismore fiesta? And why is it causing more teens to get plastic surgery?.

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"snapchat dismore" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

04:22 min | 2 years ago

"snapchat dismore" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Has the president saying I will hold six agencies of government hostage to my campaign promise that I was going to build a wall. It also has has everything to do with you. You're not willing to to work with the president on this. And you haven't been willing to and you've been counting on him. Like you have for years kick the can down the road. Now, President Trump is at the at the eleventh hour, and he's saying no this is where I'm going to fight. And again the criticism of President Trump. Is there all day just say why why did you wait so long 'til right now because you've got now a democratic house being sworn in today. Why did you wait until this moment to really play this game? But at the end of the day, he's fighting for a policy that he has advocated on from day one at his candidacy, and you're not willing to give him. What's the real difference? What's the real daylight between it's less than what it's less than actually less than four billion dollars that they have between what Democrats are willing to offer. And what Trump is willing to take. It's the bottom line here. The bottom line is this this is nothing more than who gets the edge in the upcoming elections. Oh, yeah. That's what this is. Yeah. This is about. Money. It's not about whether it works or not. It's not about morality. It's not about who. We are. It's not about any of that. It's about who gets the edge in the upcoming elections. These guys have all done in one eighty and in that case, then Democrats are equally responsible. And I can't believe what what's going to be. I mean, that's the thing. I mean, the the Democrats are counting on the medium immediate to be in the tank for them like they always have been in other instances of these shutdowns they're counting and banking on that happened. And this is one of the things that does just bother me about the coverage of this as the whole when I mean, there are a lot of us who want to talk about the actual issue of border security because well, it's a winning argument when you actually drill down and ask are you really seriously not going to approve five billion dollars for border security right now because you don't like Donald Trump. You can actually win on that. Instead, the media are wasting so much time saying who's actually to blame for all of this. That's right, again, it takes two sides to get to the point where we're at right now. So somebody's gonna blink. I wonder who it's gotta be. Saying it's inevitable that Trump will be the one who blinks. I don't think he can. I think the political risk. We talked about it yesterday. But the political risk is much higher on the part of the president right now that excuse me than it is on Democrats. There may be some sort of Dhaka agreement that comes with this. There may be some sort of being a immunity for prosecution from know or or it's Eric quickly citiz- quick citizenship through the undocumented children that are here of the dreamers. I mean, that's a that's a possibility. I mean, there may be some ground there to give if he's still, but really the you're right. The bottom line is got to be the five point six billion for the wall. Once that's done, then we can work backwards from there. Well, and if you really think that you want to protect the dreamers why not come up with a with a counter offer. And you say you protect these eight hundred thousand dreamers Bs or however, many it is the number changes. Depending on who you ask President Trump was offering Apache citizenship for one point four. Right, which is way more than what Democrats were even asking for. But that was months and months ago now at this point why not come up with a counter offer right now. That's that's the way to go that way because the only thing that only way this is going to end to both sides can claim victory both sides need to be able to say we did this. We shut him down. We didn't do what he wanted us to do it. And he needs to say they did exactly what they wanted him to do. Yeah. So you a new year who knows new year new congress. Same old same old. It seem you. Seventy you had planned. Maybe don't go there, or at least pack a shovel package shovel and some biodegradable toilet paper bread bag with you home without it. We got a lot of other stuff that we're going to be getting to. It's not all shut down all the time. I don't I don't I have no interest in doing that all day today. It's a new format. That's it. So we got a whole lot of the things to get to including this woman who flipped out when she was told not to pet a service dog. Have you seen this video no also net? Flicks. Issuing a warning users saying don't do this. Here we go viral mean thing that people are going online and doing don't do that. And then what is Snapchat Dismore via and why is it causing more teens to get plastic surgery?.

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"snapchat dismore" Discussed on Diet Starts Tomorrow

Diet Starts Tomorrow

04:34 min | 3 years ago

"snapchat dismore" Discussed on Diet Starts Tomorrow

"So you got shots website. It's seamless it. I'm excited. I'm excited to take my quiz. What about I read this article that you commented in about Snapchat, Dismore, Fiat that people are now coming to you being like make me look like this filter Snapchat. I mean who doesn't love his Navjot filter. They look beautiful. Right. Well, I think that there's this whole. So that was that was a study that was published in JAMA facial, plastics that looked at this saying that basically there's a whole generation of people that wants to look more like there's not chat filter, and the reason from for that, you know, from a professional standpoint is that Snapchat filters. Do a little bit of subtle optimization of a bunch of different facial features. So they change your face a millimeter at a time in many different places at once. So it still looks like you, but ho- crazy getting your prettier more optimized cleaner skinned brighter. I'd version of you. And so I think that that very much dovetails with this modern Jenner. Ration- of medical aesthetics, especially injectables where it's not surgery there's minimal downtime, and you really can make the lips one millimeter bigger or you can make the nose tilt upward one degree. And you can do these tiny little micro optimizations, and they actually make a difference. But d- do you suggest people? You know what I mean? Like, what point is it just? Just need it. Yeah. You know what I mean? Totally. And I think that I think that's the reason that these that the story made headlines all over the world because you don't wanna have a situation of Snapchat, or whatever else Dismore fy where people are like, I don't like how I look in real life. I only one look like a filter because that's not healthy, it's not realistic, and it's not impossible to achieve it. So it's a very delicate balance you wanna help people in a way that safe and medically responsible. But also nurtures their soul like you don't want to create a generation of people who hate themselves in wanna be different. And you know, I'm the mom to a bunch of kids, but among them two daughters, and I often think about this like I don't want my sons and daughters to grow up feeling like they need to do this or that. And you know, how do I reconcile that with being a plastic surgeon? And I think the way I do that is by thinking that when they're mature enough and old enough and post puberty Bill and able to internalize these complex concepts. Then I'll have a more Frank conversation with them that something's really bothering them and inhibiting their overall happiness. Yeah, I'm in favor of just taking it off the table and having an altered. But if it's a bigger problem like they don't want to make friends because they feel like they're ugly than that's logical issue, and you sort of its delicate, but you do have to draw bright line. Yeah. And you can feel free to answer this if he thinks to to personal we can cut it out to your daughter's ever like mention like being curious about getting procedures. They're so little. One of them is three months old. One of them is one and a half. So they're kinda like not totally there. Yes. So they're already asking for kylie's. So basically, they already have Kylie lip kits. There are a little young. But it's something that I've thought about because doing what I do. And being a woman sort of the question you do. So another thing we kind of want to touch on. I think we talk about this in a few different aspect in a different context. But women are expected we all know to look beautiful all the time. We're supposed to like be this sort of topic on us goddess that, you know, never ages and looks like him crashy and all these things. But yet when women do do things to improve themselves, like get injectables or procedure or are two of szeswith trying to lose weight than there, criticized how do you like I guess like look at that problem? I mean, the way I look at this is that I think it's time to let women and men dictate their own choices about their own bodies with a little bit more dignity and privacy and respect. Act, and I kind of think that it's not anybody's place to shame someone for wanting to get plastic surgery because not only are you not inhabiting their body..

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"snapchat dismore" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"snapchat dismore" Discussed on Here & Now

"He's a gutter thinking people disappointed when they meet me. I'm actually not attractive without the editing on the t. not. So I used to have a white ring quos and my way to deciding in real life was to have Boto stick with a full had wrinkles and crow's feet around. The is, and then that led to other other prestigious as well. I wanted to have fillers. I had my teeth Watson's Lucy agreed that she later realized she was chasing something that wasn't real and decided to take a break from social media. The journal of the American Medical Association. JAMA is calling this a disorder Snapchat, this, morpheus and they say, the solution isn't always surgery. It could be a psychiatric intervention. Dr. Matthew Schulman is a plastic surgeon in private practice in New York. Dr. Schulman. Matthew welcome. Thank you very much for having me. So start with the fray Snapchat Dismore fiesta. It's a new version of body Dismore feud disorder which has been around for well, explain what that is. So body Dismore disorder is a recognized mental health condition where people become obsessed about a perceived imperfection of their body. The key with BDO body just morphine disorder is that that imperfection is usually only seen by the person, and it doesn't really. Really become obvious to other people. So we're talking about someone who looks pretty good and is obsessed because they think that there's something wrong with them that other people can't see. There are a lot of ethical questions there. I'm sure when you go along with them wanting to change something that is really imperceptible. Absolutely. I mean, as a plastic surgeon, we are trained obviously in surgery, but we also have a lot of training and recognizing people with be DD..

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"snapchat dismore" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

04:22 min | 3 years ago

"snapchat dismore" Discussed on Here & Now

"The Venice film festival is underway end as usual. It's a hotbed of offerings from directors such as the Coen brothers and Damian Chazelle who made LA La Land. There's also going to be the premiere of a movie, almost fifty years in the making from director who died more than three decades ago. Mega clue there. It's Orson Welles what's being called? The last film from wells gets its day in the sun in Venice contributor, Andrew layperson has more in one thousand nine hundred seventy four. The celebrated director of citizen Kane told the BBC's Michael Parkinson about the new movie. He hoped to finish very soon. He called it the other side of the wind, which is about the the a lot of which is the films that's wishful thinking on wells as part, the other side of the win got caught up in legal battles and political turmoil for the next four decades and existed. Only as legend specifically how one of our most brilliant and temperamental directors went out into the Zona desert with a bunch of his friends to make a movie that would tear down the entire cult of personality around film directors until the universe conspire to take it away from him and keep his team from finishing it. Here's wells again describing the plot is about the the last day in the life of an old movie director, an older movie director than I am everybody'll. It's autobiographical, but it's not the old movie director is Jake Hannaford played by real director John Huston. He's throwing a lavish birthday party for himself in his mansion, but his attempt at a comeback movie is falling apart along with his reputation. One scene shows a meeting between Jake and his young protege played by real life. Wells protege Peter bogdonovich a film critic confronts them about their shifting powers in the industry will pop Razzi, cameras surround them like a Roman Coliseum. Action company goes public that your friend there stands to walk away with forty million dollars. She said that I'm gonna keep on writing that I, I still everything from you skipper I'm never going to walk away from that when it's all right to borrow from each other. We'll never do his bottle from our sense. Well, shot the movie on and off for six years, but he was so broke. He had to pay his cinematographer with his Oscar statue from citizen Kane. He claimed one of those producers embezzled money from the production. And another producer was met Hiba Sherry brother-in-law to the Shah of Iran. So when the Iranian revolution hit, the funding became jeopardized and the unfinished negatives were locked away in a vault in Paris. They were still there when wells died in nineteen eighty-five after a legal battle over who owned the rights with settled. Netflix agreed last year to fund the restoration and editing of the film, clearing a path to its release when it premieres this week, the other side of the wind will be the end of a saga. So convoluted that Welles himself could have been directing it from his grave in nineteen seventy. Five Donovan described shooting his scene. From the movie during an American Film Institute, tribute to wells, he could have been describing the directors entire career was all the way across the roof with the camera, and I was at the foreign yelled out to me. Peter quick run across the room the roof. I said, okay, Oyston, why am I running across the roof? And he said, I'll tell you when you get here. We'll see the other side of the wind after all these years be worth the wait. Orson Welles will tell us when we get there for here. Now I'm Andrew Laban. Wells, the other side of the wind opens in Venice tomorrow, it'll have its North American premiere on Saturday. At the tell you right film festival. Now there is a new thing. Plastic surgeons call it Snapchat. Dismore fiesta. People asking for cosmetic surgery to look more like they do after they use technology to change their looks for their cell fees. It's the modern day version of airbrushing which stars of always had access to. But now mere mortals are getting addicted to these enhanced versions of themselves. They want the big DOE is the freckles skin. They can get through filters, take Lucille Grady last year on the British TV program this morning on TV. She said she's spoken to someone online once and then met them in person, and they told her she'll really different from herself..

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"snapchat dismore" Discussed on Perspective

Perspective

03:02 min | 3 years ago

"snapchat dismore" Discussed on Perspective

"You can look like a funny on Instagram. You can change your lighting and unfazed too. You can look like a completely different person. You can even use the Kylie Jenner filter Instagram that she offers to promote her lipstick line. But some in the medical communities, say these face altering filters can be dangerous. The journal of the American Medical Association describing a new phenomenon called Snapchat. Dismore Fiat a form of body Dismore fic- disorder or patients seek cosmetic surgery. To look like the filtered versions of themselves, Beverly Hills, plastic surgeon, Dr. David cya show me just how easy it can be a you to show me an image of a smaller knows. Yeah. So here we go. We can just naturally make it smaller. Knows better. And if I put you side by side, that's how it is. It's not just women altering their online looks apps on. I tunes like Manley let men at six pack cabs, tattoos and beards to their pictures, even celebrities who may have access to teams of stylus to help them create the perfect post love filtering themselves khloe Kardashian telling Chelsea handler in two thousand sixteen on her Netflix show. Let's talk about apps that for passion it about face to the best thing to. Coaching face tune costs about four dollars to download while face tune shoe a selfie. Cam, and editor runs nearly thirty six dollars a year together. The company says both apps have more than fifty million downloads, but psychologists worn these photo filters can be particularly troubling for teens and young people who are still developing their sense of self. The Israel based company releasing this PSA a few months ago warning not to overdo it with their out, stop stop, stop distorting. Make sure people can still recognize you in real life and face tuned telling ABC news in part face tune and face tuned to are actually breaking the illusion of perfect body ideals. Everyone knows everyone is using it going on to say it levels the playing field for everyone. Society, no longer believes unrealistic body standards are actually real or attainable. Kimberly says she barely uses social media now and wants to empower others to feel beautiful unfiltered. I wrote on Instagram, imagine loving yourself, minus Instagram likes and things like that. Because if you can do that, that's a big thing. And for me, that's the ultimate state of peace. I'm Evie Rudra in Beverly Hills, California coming up, a mother goes undercover. She investigates a juror in the murder conviction of her son on perspective after this. Hey, this is Dan Harris, and I want to tell you about my podcast called ten percent happier..

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"snapchat dismore" Discussed on It's Been a Minute with Sam Sanders

It's Been a Minute with Sam Sanders

03:56 min | 3 years ago

"snapchat dismore" Discussed on It's Been a Minute with Sam Sanders

"You know, in terms of partisanship very much the same thing here too. I mean, the state has tried to intervene in quite a few of San Antonio 's initiatives. There's one happening right now with a paid sick leave where it could be passed by the council could be passed by voters. It's a bit of a complex issue. Austin has already passed paid, sick leave, and the state is intervening saying that it would violate the Texas minimum wage act so get. So the state likes to extend his authority into the cities. And it's interesting too because I feel like the old conservative mantra was local government, local government is best, right? It's a. Where does that fall apart is local government best only at the state level. It's all really confusing. It's more confusion to come. You guess I have three words for you. All they are. We are done and you could even add a question Mark after done because it's not sure that we're done yet, but I'm thinking this beginning of the end of thing. Let me explain Snapchat announced reason. This is the social media platform for the youths. They lost three million users last quarter. First time the company's ever lost users daily, active users. Facebook users are flat in the US actually down in Europe, Twitter users or down by like a million. We should point out, you know, Instagram is still on the up. And I'm wondering this week specifically is like, is this the beginning of the end of at least Americans obsession in love affair with social media? Would that be a good thing? Maybe. I played social media overwhelming sometimes like I all the time, Joey. I'm very addicted to Facebook. It's like my main way I see Facebook joy, so and I use Twitter mostly for for work, but I, you know, there's an old mantra that journalists have or maybe not old, just don't read the comments. So I try to avoid as many comments sections, Twitter, if just one big flaming comment section. Right? So the numbers behind this really interesting, but there was one thing I saw this week that really, really caught me off guard. There are medical professionals who have coined a term called Snapchat, Dismore FIA. If you guys heard of this, haven't basically plastic surgeons or saying they're seeing more people more patients come in who are wanting to look like those augmented Snapchat selfie this. Yeah, isn't it crazy? So basically these people want. And like always like categorize fuller lips, thinner noses, all of those things that you can tweak through Snapchat. The app people are coming into pathogens office saying, I want that in real life. I mean, do I'm kind of curious to that. You were saying Snapchat numbers have dropped off because there is this generation of kids who've grown up like before they even had to say. So their moms were putting pictures of them constantly on Instagram, and so it's like they've just grown up their entire lives in public view, which I don't know. I feel bad for them sometimes 'cause we got to make our mistakes and private kind of told me I didn't get Facebook on my campus till maybe like the end of my sophomore year of college, and it wasn't like a force for years after that. And the only record of me as a youth or like those weird life, touch band photos from middle school. Thankfully, it's just that. Are you guys? It's time for a break coming up. We're going to check in on Amazon, which is in the midst of choosing a location for its second headquarters. The searches seems to be very public, but we're going to talk about the parts of the process that have been very, very private. Also, our chat on race and how to talk about race with your kids, your questions and some expert answers in just a bit. I'm Sam Sanders. You're listening to. It's been a minute from NPR. This message comes from NPR sponsor HBO from the author of gun girl, the producer of get out and the director of big little lies comes the.

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"snapchat dismore" Discussed on Nightline

Nightline

03:24 min | 3 years ago

"snapchat dismore" Discussed on Nightline

"You can change your lighting and unfazed too. You can look like a completely different person. You can even use the Kylie Jenner filter on Instagram that she offers to promote her lipstick line. But some in the medical communities, say these face altering filters can be dangerous. The journal of the American Medical Association describing a new phenomenon called Snapchat. Dismore feel a form of body Dismore fic- disorder or patients. Seek cosmetic surgery to look like the filtered versions of themselves while all of us like the idea of having some kind of a racer to take away our flaws. What this does is it puts us in a position where all we do is focus on our flaws and spend more time editing what we think is wrong with us rather than reflecting on that, which is good and beautiful about ourselves. So this is your version of like an app. This is like a professional plastic professional software for professional Beverly Hills, plastic surgeon, Dr. David cya showed me just how easy it can be. That's a you were to show me an image of a smaller knows. Yeah. So here we go. We can't just naturally make it smaller. Knows better. And if I put your side by side, that's how it is. Oh, do you see? Women come in or women and men come in and say, okay, I want to try to look this way because it looks good on social media. Absolutely. It's becoming more and more common with people who've show me images on their Instagram or even something that feels it on Facebook and this is really high. I wanna look and it's morphed image of themselves. It's not just winning altering their online looks apps on. I tunes like Manley let men at six pack cabs, tattoos and beards to their pictures, even though everyone is doing and everyone is on social media, there is this risk that people are again creating two versions of themselves social media version, and then the person that's out there in the real world, even celebrities who may have access to teams of silence to help them create the perfect host. Love filtering themselves khloe Kardashian telling Chelsea handler in two thousand sixteen on her Netflix show. Let's talk about apps that passionate about face to the best thing to. Touching my cellphone. Yes, it is. Live. I'd like even faced him. Yes, as being. Way to live. It's it's like, how? Because it's not. It doesn't matter real. You are presenting to the world what you want them to believe you are faced tune costs about four dollars to download while face tune shoe a selfie. Cam, and editor runs nearly thirty six dollars a year together. The company says both apps have more than fifty million downloads, but psychologists worn these photo filters can be particularly troubling for teens and young people who are still developing their sense of self. They're much more likely to compare their images to other people. They're much more likely to want to fix their own images. So this is definitely a phenomenon that's going to concentrate in adolescence and young adults twenty year old Sophia tournament and nineteen year old. Sophia, on-off telling my colleague, Ariel, Rachef they have used the photo editing app frequently. Tell me why you use face tune primarily to just fix blemishes and the simple whitening teeth and fixing..

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NFL's first male dancers will hit the sidelines this season

KC O'Dea Show

06:40 min | 3 years ago

NFL's first male dancers will hit the sidelines this season

"For the podcast Read this article CNN and they're talking about how this is the year For the first time ever the, sidelines of at least two NFL teams will be adorned with male cheerleaders Which it ultimately I don't know that. That's really that big of a deal considering whenever I go over to like the state game or whatever There's cheerleaders and then they have the male cheerleaders Or, if you, go over to go watch Carolina play You can, buy shoes so That's. Good How do you know or? Heading, not no To not sell your? Shoes Thirteen players have received some some sort of suspension But the sports show not today so, I don't know if it's big of a deal but it's the New Orleans Saints in the Los, Angeles Rams who will have the first year Leers but they're interviewing one of the first. People who was selected to be male NFL cheerleader His name, is Napoleon Jenny's j. an ES it's just one of the oddest Dame's I've ever seen And his dance partner is Quinton Perrone Yes Polian Jenny's. Who's very excited so can't believe him one of the first meals in history to be a pro NFL cheerleader Other teams like the Indianapolis Colts Baltimore Ravens stunt stuntman what about stunt women See we can we can. Go down this road all frigging day people. Hold on somebody's mad at, me, let's, see what this. Is due to do What's wrong see this is telling you I don't. Want to? Get into Alex Jones thing This is via Twitter Casey if the government can utilize the commerce clause to force, us, to accept men pain in the ladies room Shirley they can, utilize the. Same clause to regulate social media platforms prevent discrimination Do, I, need to explain the the nine different problems that I have with that line of thinking so the personal, search, like if you don't like something why would you want more, of it That's that's what I, that's what I have a hard time Wrapping my head around if you're, mad that you feel that government overreached And there's many people who do Then why would you demand that government overreach more So we're gonna, have to part ways at least on this one but I appreciate you reaching, out A growing number of, people are requesting. Look like they're Snapchat filters Ross what were you doing very busy there a moment ago enter Twitter and all of a sudden swoon. Phone down lily dogs or something like your cats stupid for years Well according, to, let's, see Gordon the, story here patients pre it used to be with patients were going to plastic surgeon they would bring an exist like going to get your haircut like oh for, the magazine I wanna. Look like her. Patients who do they would bring images of celebrities consultations with the? Doctors, to point out attractive features, the day themselves would like like, I'd love? Her nose that makes. Sense but with. Snapchat and the filters that you, could put on there yes the dog and cat ones although that's more of Instagram thing isn't it I don't even. Know I don't use? I don't use using this crap, but I do know that those annoy the crap out of me when women make themselves look like a dog It's creepy so I don't think that that's what we're talking about what we're talking about is that on the Snapchat you you have like face, slimming filters okay so. You can you. Can you can slim down and he gives some examples here or? You, can you can make your, lips fuller you can do all, this and? You can create a. Picture of you. To share with your friends so, it's not technically a picture of you and they actually have a name for it it's called Snapchat Dismore FIA And it has patients. Seeking out cosmetic surgery to look like the filtered versions of themselves fuller lips bigger is their knows. You get the gist Marquis sent me a video of Lincoln sends me Snapchat video of. Him in the. Morning yes Today I guess, the filter is you can dance with the torquing peanut so if you go in? Can can they give you the torquing peanut look what is that show is he is. He's dancing and next to him as a torquing next to him he has not been no, not filtered him to look like a torquing peanut. Right Here's the answer the tour peanut That's pretty, oh raises some questions? Like where how would it be how would it? Peanut, learned a. Torque weird app. Yes it is Alarming. Trends say, doctors, because those filtered selfie is, often present an unattainable? Look the blurs the line of reality, and fantasy? For, these patients Trying to figure, out this, this, is the snap. Tensions morpheus said actually accepted or is that just I you know. What the journal, of America l. JAMA so I yeah I guess so I. Guess, that's what they're calling in journal the American Medical Association so All. Right That's where. That's horrific Give me a favor take your, kids phones and smash and when the hammer Done that's good parenting Peanut when. You get home Nope allergies I just assume I have them because everyone. Does. Now, okay well that's that's a. Good, point Great their. Touch. Next, hang on everybody he's.

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