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Fresh update on "starling" discussed on Kim Komando
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‘It Has To Stop’: Metro Atlanta Election Officials Receive Death Threats During Recount
"All gone too far. All of it. Joji Gentlemen today asked for Chris friends, a patriot who ran CISA to be shot. Twentysomething check and when it counted today has death threats and a noose put out, saying it should be hung for treason because he was transferring a report on batches from PMS toe account a computer so he could read it. It has to stop. Mr President. You have not condemned these actions or this language senators. You have not condemned this language or these actions. This has to stop. We need you to step up. And if you could take a position of leadership show something that was top ranking Georgia election official Gabriel Sterling Joe Degenova is on President Trump's legal team for his election lawsuits. Chris Krebs is the former United States director of the Cyber Security and Infrastructure Security Agency, who was fired from his position two weeks ago. Here's more from Sterling, Mr President. It looks like you likely lost the state of Georgia. We're investigating. There's always a possibility I get and you have the rights to go through the courts. What you don't have the ability to do and you need to step up and say this is stop inspiring people to commit potential acts of violence. Someone's gonna get hurt. Someone's gonna get shot. Someone's gonna get killed. Here to talk about what's going on in the lead up to Georgia's Senate runoff, says Emma Hurt a reporter at W A. B C. That's Atlanta's NPR station. Emma. Thanks so much for being here. Thanks for having me Jen, so just elaborate a bit more on sterling speech. What threats are election officials and workers facing the state. Yes. So he's talking specifically about a contractor in his twenties for the voting machine company that state uses. There was a video of him that went sort of viral on pro Trump social media, and there was a close up of his name badge. And so he was personally targeted. You know, Sterling mentioned a news being found outside his house. He's had death threats, said he should be hung for treason. His family has also been targeted. And this isn't the first time that there's been this kind of attack on a election worker of Fulton County election worker had to go into hiding closer to the election because he was being harassed because of a different out of context. Viral video. And I mean, our senators immediately responded to Sterling's statement, saying, We do condemn this violence. The president's campaign also said that but you know, they said, we're going to stand by our questioning of the election. We still think that things went wrong. But the president this morning didn't take that. Fact, he called the election rigged again. Which again you know, Election officials have repeatedly said, isn't true. So it zip it of chaos right now. Well, as you say the allegations of widespread misconduct are simply not True, but is that clear to voters in Georgia? Yeah. I mean, that's the question, and unfortunately, it doesn't seem to be to some voters on down in Georgia and across the country, even though these messages about there being no evidence of widespread voter fraud have been consistently coming out of Georgia's Republican controlled secretary of state's office. Those officials are now being attacked from the right for saying that by supporters of the president who believe that the election was rigged and that there were problems President Trump called our secretary of state, the enemy of the people. That's someone that he endorsed and who endorsed him on DSA. So it's the Republican officials are trying their best to counter this misinformation. Starling called it a game of whack a mole, but you know, it's a difficult, you know, you wonder if voters will hear that if they're already Questioning those officials personally, will they believe them when they tell them that there have been now two recounts in Georgia? What's the latest? Yes. So we had a hand count that was part of a state wide audit last week, and this week is the kind of formal recount by machines scanner that the Trump campaign requested. What we heard this morning from the secretary of State's office is that it's on track and that they're not seeing any Signs that the voting the vote totals might change by very much at all.
SpaceX launches satellite from California to monitor sea levels
"Bird Air Force Base in California a little while ago. 43 Space X rocket took off carrying a NASA European satellite into orbit. The satellite will monitor rising sea levels of key consequence of global warming. But tonight's planned space X Starling satellite launch from Florida's Cape Canaveral has been postponed till tomorrow night.
Atlanta - Georgia Closes In On Post-Election Hand Audit Deadline
"Says his state is on track to wrap up a full hand count of audit of all votes cast in the 2020 election by tonight's midnight deadline. Starling, who is a Republican, told CNN today that he has not found the kind of widespread fraud that President Trump claims cost him The Election Commission little contract. It's an investigator, but there's nothing to say the outcome will be different Basic oversee the far from this on it. In January, Voters in Georgia will go back to the polls for to run off elections that will determine which party controls the U. S Senate, and we've got to political strategists who are
Space has a trash problem -- and its getting worse
"With me. Is johnson skillings. One of our copy cheese and the of our latest package on satellites titled signals from earth. Welcome john hey roger so we sometimes take for granted. Space has well allow space. But there's actually a huge amount of trash orbiting earth and that's the subject of the first story in a series way exactly is floating up there a lot and stuff. I mean we think about space is being infinite and it is but then there's our neighborhood right around earth And there are several layers orbit and everything not everything from the beginning the space age but a lot of stuff from the sixties and seventies eighties is still up there and we're talking about rockets satellites and big things like the international space station and then little tiny pieces that have broken off from all those things and so how big of a problem is this. The the sheer amount of stuff. That's up there. Yeah it's it's really big because it's all just spinning around eight skates controlled release trapped by different space agencies by not we do dubai right now and things are going to bump into each other and that could be bad yet. Tell me a little bit about that. Why why is it bad thing as it. Just the potential damage. I mean how big of a problem is it for these existing satellites. Give me a sense of actually. How many lives are up there right now. Year right now. There are a roughly twenty eight hundred live satellites and perhaps three times that many defunct satellites still floating around and not a lot of human traffic there right now going in and out of the space station and for the people for too long there might be some space tourists going out there. So you know. There are people who get into trouble but also a lot of machinery and they're more more salads coming up all the time if there's a sense of how may more we expect. 'cause feels like we're say launching new satellites will explore on your services running off these satellites. What what exactly is sort of the the expected volume of satellites over the coming years. It's a lot. It's hard to put a number to it. You have more and more countries all the time starting own space agencies or saying rockets up then you have commercial space traffic which is not done by the likes of nasa the european space agency. You have private. Companies like yuan musk's space x Jeff bezos and amazon. And all his money going into Rocket projects on its own in space x in particular. They have a new system called starling which is going to provide broadband service to the earth. Eighteen beta right. Now there are about six hundred or so satellites And they're going to be a lot more i mean. Musk has filed paperwork to send up as many as forty thousand of these Satellites are not not be car sized space station size but you know a chunk of metal floating around of their forty thousand is eight a huge number no matter how big or little that satellite is reading this piece and this is by jackson ryan one of our colleagues out of australia. Who is fantastic. These worth reading if the another chance. He talked to nasa researcher. At least cited a nasa researcher who fled the doomsday scenario. Tell me about that right. The researcher is donald kessler in the work. He did start in the late seventies. It's called kessler syndrome named after him in the basic idea. Is that the more satellites or anything else who have floating around in space. The greater the chance of a collision more collisions. You have you're going to get debris more debris brief floating around the maurice floating around and we're chance collisions and you get into this cycle of more and more trash spinning around and just really out of control. So what's being done about this problem. A lot of worrying a lot of thinking about how to handle it but there aren't really a lot a good solution to right now. So some satellites and rockets sly back in earth's orbit they burn up and you know some that can be directed on purpose. Some satellite skid spun into a higher higher orbits andrew out of the way By the are no good systems for dragging satellites space. Picking can't send trash trucks since tweet street. Sweepers around growling. They've been some experiments With things like Basically a big fishing net to grab satellites And even space harpoon to grab him but again you have to be careful because you don't want to fragment you one nice big clean satellite and make it into a bunch of little tiny satellite pieces. That just adds to the problem.
Georgia 2020 election results tighten
"I'm Shea Stevens. Presidential election results in Georgia have tightened even further as officials continue to count absentee ballots as Georgia Public broadcasting Stephen Fowler reports President Trump's lead over Joe Biden has narrowed to fewer than 1300 votes. The whole country seems to be watching with bated breath as Georgia slowly reports more votes. Gabriel Starling, with the secretary of state's office says it normally takes time for every vote to be counted and even more will be reported. Once counties process provisional military and overseas ballots fast is great, and we appreciate fast way Maura appreciate accuracy. The margin between Trump and Biden is smaller than the number of ballots remaining. Plus most votes are coming from heavily Democratic areas, so it is possible that Biden could pull ahead once the final tally is made. For NPR News.
SpaceX Starlink to go South for first time with planned deployment in Texas
"SpaceX. Well SpaceX darling to go south for the first time with planned deployment in Texas starlings First Southern deployment focuses on students who lack home internet off. They've agreed to provide internet service to 45 families and a Texas school district and early twenty Twenty-One and additional ninety families later on the school districts announced last week the announcement by actor County Independent School District in Odessa, Texas said, it will be the first school district you like SpaceX satellites provide internet for students. The project will initially provide free internet service to 45 families in a pleasant Farm wage. Area of 2nd South Factor County as a network capabilities continue to grow expand to serve an additional 90 Ector County families. So Early 2021 the total cost is $300,000 half of which is being provided by Chiefs or change a non-profit group or School District leaders. According to the Des American families are affected will get to internet service free for one year. It's not clear whether any of the money is going to SpaceX. The school district has some costs as it plans to identify. The families will get the service and faith will take delivery of the necessary equipment to those homes. There's no other word on Southern Us locations yet. Nothing on Northern Us locations either because you know, they said sometime this twenty-twenty we would start seeing beta and the northern part of the United States and and Southern Canada, but they've got six hundred satellites up but nothing yet. I've got no new notifications from starlink.
SpaceX Starlink to go South for first time with planned deployment in Texas, west of Dallas
"Spacex well, space starling to go south for the first time with planned deployment. In Texas, starlings first southern deployment focuses on students who lack home. Internet. They've agreed to provide service to forty five families in Texas School District and early twenty, twenty one and additional ninety families. Later on the school districts announced last week the announcement by Actor County Independent School district in Odessa Texas said, it will be the first school district he lay spacex satellites provide Internet for students. The project will initially provide free Internet service to forty five families and pleasant farms area of Sec south actor county as a network capabilities continue to grow expand his servant additional ninety actor county families. So, Early Twenty twenty, one total cost of three, hundred, thousand dollars, half of which is being provided by chiefs for Change and nonprofit group or school district leaders according to the deaths American families are selected. We'll get to Internet service free for one year. It's not clear whether any of the money's going to spacex the school district has some causes it plans to identify the families will get the service and facilitate delivery of necessary equipment to those homes. There's no other word and southern US locations yet nothing on northern US locations either. Because you know they said some time this twenty twenty, we would start seeing Beta in the northern part of the United States. and. Southern Canada. But They've got six hundred satellites up but nothing yet I've got no new notifications from Starlink.
An average oak tree can shed 550lbs of leaves
"You told me a statistic. For the show about an oak tree that absolutely astounded me. Well. Yes and I don't know who figured it out if it doesn't surprise me a bit now, there was no definition to this, but it was stated that a great big, old, oak tree. When defoliants, it drops approximately five hundred and fifty pounds of leaves Oh now one no wonder. My back hurts when I write. Exactly right exactly. Right mark and it's one of those things. especially when they think of coke, I like to use oak as a mulching type of leaf because when when they dry and full. They they stay cupped up they stay arched up they don't they don't. Shall I say meltdown like many other tree leaves do and this gives me A. Factor. when I when I put him over a plants roots and so on where the air can move through its slows the freezing and thawing. But at the same time, they don't become a wet mess because well, for example, a wet mess having used leaves under mums can kill them over the course than later because they don't like wet feet anytime of year. So it's just one of those things What do you think a big old oak tree you could stay under no danger but in total, it'll drop five hundred pounds of leaves now. I watched something happened one time that is related to this. starlings landed in great big old tree as it is, and I mean a whole bunch of I was sitting where I was hunting and I sitting very still and I could watch this they all descended on this tree which didn't i. I couldn't see much difference. Then then something spooked them. And they all flew off at one time and and the limbs in that tree raised by A. To twelve inches from from the release of the load, the birds sitting in the tree and. That's that's just the darndest thing. But in this case, it's OK leaves. It is something that an engineer of somebody Maybe they needed to have more to do that day. But at the same time, it's interesting to think that there is that much weight of just leaf in a tree.
SpaceX launches another 60 Starlink satellites
"Space x just announced this week that it has launched sixty more starling satellites for low earth orbit deployment as part of its gearing up for a public Beta of it satellite broadband
SpaceX launches another 60 Starlink satellites
"Have made the journey into orbit. They caught a ride on a Hawthorne based space X rocket that lifted off from Cape Canaveral this morning. The starling system is designed to provide low cost Internet access and underserved areas around the world. A total of 800 Starling satellites are already floating around in space. Another space six satellite launch is scheduled for Wednesday morning.
SpaceX launches another 60 Starlink satellites
"A space X rocket is on its way to outer space to launch more satellites into orbit. The Falcon nine rocket carrying 60 Starling satellites lifted off from Cape Canaveral, Florida this morning designed to provide low cost Internet access and underserved areas around the world. A total of 800 Starling satellites are already in space and another space X launches scheduled later this week.
SpaceX launches another 60 Starlink satellites
"Rocket is on its way to outer space to launch more satellites into orbit. The Falcon nine rocket carrying 60 Starling satellites lifted off from Cape Canaveral, Florida this morning designed to provide low cost Internet access and underserved areas around the world. A total of 800 Starling satellites are already in space and another space X launches scheduled later this week.
SpaceX launches another 60 Starlink satellites
"Rocket has successfully launched from Cape Canaveral on its way to drop off 60 Starling satellites in orbit. A total of 800 satellites are already floating around in space.
Falcon 9 rocket lifts off from Kennedy Space Center
"Nine rocket and lifted off from Kennedy Space Center this morning, Harry One ignition. And liftoff. The Falcon nine Rocket will launch 60 Starling satellites into orbit. The
SpaceX launches another 60 Starlink satellites
"21 Ignition Space X launched another batch of StarLink satellites this morning. It's part of the long term mission to deliver fast, affordable Internet to the entire planet. The launch took off from Cape Canaveral at 8 25 and a Falcon nine rocket carried about 60 of the small Starling satellites with Florida's news. I'm trade Johnson.
SpaceX launches another 60 Starlink satellites
"Spacex the Elon Musk company will try again to send up another group of sixty of their starling satellites using one of their Falcon nine rockets. Starlink is a project to use more than ten thousand satellites to provide high speed Internet all around the world even wear parts of the infrastructure is lacking or political problems prevented the launch is scheduled for. Just before eight thirty, A. M. Eastern from the Kennedy Space Center in Florida
Pieces of orbiting space junk 'avoid collision'
"In addition to millions of pieces, space junk like used rocket stages, parts of spacecraft and old broken satellites. There are roughly three thousand working satellites orbiting the earth and more about to join them as part of a single mission to give more people access to broadband Internet, it's called starling. It's being launched by the spaceflight company space x and it could add between twelve thousand and thirty thousand satellites to low earth orbit. Here's CNN ten contributor Chris James Chris. Hey Carl on the clearest of nights I love looking up into the sky to see if I can spot a satellite or space objects making its way across the dark horizon but experts are raising the red flag about. Problem that could change the future of space. As we know, the issue spaces getting too crowded for decades researchers have been worried that growing congestion and space could have devastating consequences. This theory is known as Kessler Syndrome, which says that if space traffic becomes too dense, one single collision between two objects could set off a catastrophic domino effect that would essentially turn the space around earth into an extra terrestrial wastelands. By the way, this was the main plot plotline in that twenty thirteen film gravity Robert Beck the CEO of Launch Startup Company called rocket lab says that his company is having a very difficult time finding clear paths for rocket to launch new satellites do the sheer number of objects. In space right now, especially, considering spaces rapidly growing starling constellation SPACEX has said that they are determined to being responsible stewards about or space, and the company has equipped starling satellites with the ability to automatically get out of the way just in case there are oncoming objects and once operational the SPACEX system could make Internet access available to the billions of people around the world who don't have it as exciting as that prospect sounds the odds of avoiding disaster only becomes slimmer with each new satellite launch according to one expert who says that he's optimistic that we can avoid Kessler Syndrome. So long as these companies agreed to abide by certain rules and norms of
SpaceX Starlink satellite brings broadband to Hoh Tribe in Washington state
"Tribe tribe very very excited. excited. Finally, Finally, they they get get that that high high speed speed Internet. Internet. Help Help from from space space were were being being told. told. Here's Here's caramel caramel steamer steamer Karen, Karen, the the whole whole tribe, whose reservation sits on the Olympic Peninsula had unreliable service. Internet speeds were just slightly better than dialect phone connections for the 19 nineties, making it difficult for the drive to do video streaming or zoom classrooms. But last month, a reservation became a demonstration site for space excess StarLink Starling currently has about 760 satellites in orbit, and when it's complete about 12,000 satellites will be orbiting overhead. Last month, the Washington State emergency Management also posted a tweet. StarLink brought Internet service to the town of Maldon. All that women County town rebuilds after a devastating wildfire. That's almost
"starling" Discussed on She's THE Boss Chats
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"starling" Discussed on She's THE Boss Chats
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"starling" Discussed on She's THE Boss Chats
"That was a moment where I went. I am really good at what I do. But you know. Let's. I know that I'm good at what I do, but it's not an ego thing. That's the EGO now I know I'm good at what I do almost because of the low points when you drop into yourself and he made that connection, and you know that everything is clear, k. right, actually connect with everything, and so, what was the a low point? Give me a moment. We had a realize ation and you went. This shift but I know I can get myself out of it. It's not it's not cheat. It's a good point is not a low point I mean one of the things I've written in one of the books is it's like it's not quite a moment of oneness, but I remember just had my briefcase in US going down, Clapham junction station, hitting my my flat, and it was it in an instant. I knew and this is really weird. In a I could see that speck of dust on the top step and and I was that dust I know it's weird, and it's didn't fleet it. I love to have a long one of those where you just eat. None of this is real whatever interesting and it doesn't matter nothing matters that's. All his accolades. Yes, I've got the award. On Deity. So what did that change woke though it made me feel good. This is not what I do now is not about me feeling good. It's about making bad. On the plaza, yes. Comes knocking on the door. Many many times sometimes assisted disaster, and sometimes you just is and both of them. You learn from I. Mean It really you know I mean this. There's a lot of women that are going to make mistakes. I'm I learned from. You know things that happen to me and it's very true, and you really need to get older to realize that they are actually great things, not bad things and you does..
"starling" Discussed on She's THE Boss Chats
"Brought up with that really good working class. Work Ethic Yeah. But you know I pretty good about four years experience in that one year and I started with him from scratch and when I left there about five people working for him, yes, chested, so you started off with him? And how did you end up in the UK I just I always wanted to work in London and so I wanted to do to your age, but it was. The was the sixties seventies. So it was when everything was taking off, and I mean the heart of. Of amazingness seven. The beach was still there. Almost it all of. Jessica, but like so so. You've gone to England. You're a pretty green I would imagine. First, job I went and visited dusted to David who? And he gave me a few people in one was Pentagram Day and they said look. We're interested BOOT already yet. So I found a job in a company called Murdoch Design Associates, but as only there for six months, but what was lovely about that is that they were based in Knightsbridge oh? Two doors down from Harry was. For anyone that doesn't know London very well. Knightsbridge is kind of an. I worked at a place called Coley Porter Bell, which was behind Harrods well. We were. Running. So partial. From an Australian point. It's watch, so it's like I. Remember I used to walk to work and go past. Alexander McQueen then. One huge name after another and you got. This is the first or Not, this is one of the many like in Australia where we end up getting. The last shop in the in the chain. It was the first one so so you're in Knightsbridge you will waiting to get into this job in Pentagon. Ground. For five years. Pentagram, pretty new in those days. No, because it well, it was relatively new, but only to. How many years before then it had been crosby Fletcher Forbes ride 'em Ram was because five, which is such a good. okay, so, how long did you work for them? Five years contract for five years, so then you are. Right, and did they do that as a thing that I found interesting, so they're basically where we want fresh talent. How much we love you! We won't people coming through clever so after five years. They would do freelance. Garden, which is awesome magical. Yes, I rented a room. Yes, no rented a desk Neal's yard. Spell. Doesn't actually get cooler than that. And then I worked there and then. I shared room with somebody. And then I took on in this system. And then went into partnership in Notting Hill Gate. On Cooler. Did the Lloyds Bank thing, and then after that I moved to Suffolk just south of the city of London and bought my own building, which had an apartment in it..
"starling" Discussed on She's THE Boss Chats
"Hi, and welcome to she's the boss Chats I'm your host Gills Brooke and in the show. I interview amazing women and female founders. Bad what it is that they're doing and why they're doing it. It's all about US lifting up the women around us. So Laura styling fantastic to have you on. My Es I'm very excited. We're very new to the whole genes the buzz. But you are the perfect guest. It's don't worry. He's done all the testing on. My first question to you is beautiful audience. That will be wondering. Who the hell you. Can, you tell us who you are? What Your Business is. My business always ring based in graphic design. Studied in Melbourne worked for year or two here, and then went to London which I loved and made my mark in London with fabulous design companies right and then went out on my own, and started my installing design, not just called Lorestan 'cause. I like that better. Why would you go on your own? I was very fortunate in that I got a job with probably one of the design comes still one of the best design companies in the World Pentagon. I would have to just for anyone that might be listening that I. Work in graphic design in London and I would agree that Pentagram is probably one of the top five agencies probably in the world's. All just the other day I heard that the largest independent ones or they haven't been gobbled up by appetizers. So they're not answerable learning. To the client for their quality, and I kind of liked that set other little companies, but they will work together I mean in this partners. So it expands early, and and I thought after that up to five years. What are s I went out on my own? Right so tell me about Laura story styling design because I'm going to ask you about your career path in a minute. But what is it exactly that you do because it's not like the average designed? I'm no. Idea what are you doing? What is? Conventional will do rounding incorporate any legacy, so we're GONNA. Talk now and then we're going to go. Back, so it was I think we often. It's almost that we do something for one. And then something comes knocking indoor and I thought there's more to this more to this branding and logos and stuff than there is and I started thinking about the bigger picture still want to make people rich. What is it when you start getting inside? You get amazing answers. If you only trust trust, yourself unleaded the meditation, the intuition, and the audio and that's what a thing, so I realized it was a whistle lightning. Realize ation that logos are so so much more potent than we think that that's right so so we all think that that's just something on the letterhead, or maybe a branding on an ad or on packaging, but it's so much more than that, isn't it especially if you well and it actually has the essence of the brand. which is a very hard thing to do and that way your very special well I. Think I think drew the old days will mean logos started off being a guarantee of quality, your point, your quaker oats, or whatever, and then it started just being in a form of identification..
"starling" Discussed on Dark Tank with Yedoye Travis
"Hey everybody welcome to another episode duct tape We're winding down the home stretch so Looking Man I'm not my heart's not in anymore. We're here got two great guests. They're still very enthusiastic about solving this problem. But like I I gotta I gotTa go to very good friends of mine Chris Daniels because of how you doing what's up very with that. I'm good how how you been man. I haven't seen in a long time I've been all right. I'm Currently no nursing a Repaired Achilles Tendon. Yeah so you know. I haven't walked in a while. Won't walk for a while. Okay and for anyone who doesn't know who's listening the Achilles Tendon is the one that you need is only ten you need in your leg is definitely the one that keeps you upright the Ayrshire. Yeah all the other ones can go. As the if I was just a loose Achilles heel much more of a detached Achilles I'm result here learn what life is like on the other side on the other side on the inside of these Nyc elevators. Oh yeah taken elevators. One floor down to the train. Oh you go in like you don't even know what some of these stains I remain like. I don't know what by the fluid is but I feel like they built New York around the stains like the stains were already. They're just like we can't move these because I can. You see him spray tonight. I'm like come on man. Y'All know you lost this fight. Caprice fruit lessen the quad loaded than before sticky. Now they're actually cleaning it with bottles of urine. 'cause you're in a sterile we don't cover it all impacts the majority of the city like a snake bite. Just put on it. It's fine you gotta you gotTa find the original his pissed. Okay that otherwise you just heard is another very good friend of mine. Larry's comic Wendy starling how are you? Great how are you? I'm feeling good? It's also been a while. I know last time I was here. I signed Chris Afterwards we went to Applebee's for pre birthday celebration. Oh Yeah store we went. Yeah with guest are. We did it as a joke. We were like. Wouldn't it be funny? If we went to Applebee's and then it became a very authentic once we have to relate. There's nothing funny about these deals. You say anything funny about fiscal responsibility to call my whole family. My family plane tickets to New York and eat at Applebee's and save money for sure for sure I feel so good man. I missed that again. Applebee's again applebee's owned out that piece. The hell yet and then we'll say it someone's birthday and they don't check ID's and then we'll get a free ice cream dance. Say it's my birthday again and see if they notice checked out there like we can't fucking like how the fuck you find quite loose. They don't make those anymore. That's why we put in the anytime. We said any any means any people crawling out. Food eaten good in the neighbor. His applebee's Applebee's sliding trays of food across the GRANITZ. I'll slick take me to Mr Appleby. Take me to Mr Apple. Clean the table for you is that you're gonNA find the end. Take me take me to the man who pissed hear me. It was travel. That's why New York has called the big apple guys. We figured out figured it out South Dick Schaap New York new podcast. Welcome to another episode of came full circle with me back in my new sex and wellness podcast came. Full Circle. Didn't need to do that. No but it was. I think it was necessary to was necessary. And actually that describes like most podcasts. And Not and. I'm not a disk loading disclosing. That's a word experts. Thank you. I'm a writer But also I can. It can make up words like disclosure. I mean it's artistic license but like that's what most podcasts are circle jerk. We'll just coming full Guinness Circle. Everybody's fully com. Oh Yeah well. Just jacking up. Yeah who who decided? Our voices are necessary. Who Cares Yeah. We're going to die. Welcome back to existential tank. Welcome back to start tank John pulsars. Yes we talk exclusively about existentialism. We just read the stranger by Albert Camus. I love it. I don't know who that is French. Tune okay doesn't matter. It's all over the top. I mean it's interesting to read but then you get it okay fuck. I don't even remember most of the book. I remember the priests at the end. There's a priest he goes. I always good. Yeah the books he looks. You don't remember the reason. I'm like okay device here. Oh Yeah. What's your favorite priest inclusion in a piece of literature or film or anything? Oh easily the exorcist? Oh Yeah Yeah. What about Wendy? I would have to say the Catholic Church in general. I think it's great. Okay mine I think is a I. Guess this doesn't really count. I was GONNA say Bernie Mac and Friday Miss Parker. Oh man this Birdie yeah and I I was thinking about bringing back the other day because they we got one of those boxer machines at my job and a and I punched and maxed out. The score is I guess it was. I think it was on a low setting so it was very easy to Max out. And so I- punch at once Max out the score and now the director of the show keeps walking around calling me Mr One thousand and I which sounds like a Prequel to Mr Three Thousand Bernie Mac baseball movie year minorities. He'll miss to one thousand. Wait a minute so these brought the Senate now. This bothers me more. They put on a low setting so they could probably feel strong. I think it was like the I think the default you start on the easy mode like a video game. I know but you would think someone could change it or don't I mean in my mind because I know where you're in my mind. I'm picturing a bunch of dislike broken down like single fathers depressed. At least I still got the punching games. Got The punch it just like. I need to feel strong. They're just like putting bubble gum and stuff and fucked up. Hold their ten thousand every time they just stand there thousand talk theirselves asleep. Mr Ten dollars Mr it just in a hotel room looking at a picture their kid they can't visit but I'm Mr Gore. You can't do this to me like there. No there are no we get what you owe. Seven thousand seven thousand in child support Mr Ten thousand. I'm good for it. Yeah just missing thousand. Just trust me take seven thousand Mr Three thousand call me Bernie Mac. Okay and full circle. I like the new. I like the new podcast. It's much better. Yeah it's much easier. It's way more fun. 'cause you definitely avoid the risk of getting too serious. I feel like with this topic. Oh Yeah we talk about Bernie Mac stuff now we do that for daisy. Oh Yeah Oh yeah wasn't ex- mother too easy remember head of state. Yeah I feel like the way talks of state enough. Nobody talks about Bernie Mac and had a state. That's true but also I mean like I don't know he's still the show you know if you watch Bernie Mac ahead of state. He was like the perfect and vitamin of like everybody got like up in Hoopla. But when you get like the theatrics guy like trump. Now say that wild shit. Yeah they eat that shit up he was a head of state. He's never seen it. So this is Chris. Chris Rock in a long Chris Christie. Yes Oh hold on now. This is going to be the wikipedia plots this is GonNa be like your description of the stranger if I if I have it right there like Chris. Rock is like an Alderman or something of a some city low politics he gets involved and then I think it's the Democratic Party. They see him and they pitch him as an ex Candidate for president and it just Kinda like gain steam. So he's Kinda like in the machine political machine and you know he's like I still keep it real so you'll get his brother to be like his new campaign manager in his Bernie Mac and he literally gets off the train in town and there's all these white people like. Hey you talking. He just slapping the shit out of him. Oh my God. You're finding them up just by ducks lavish show. Why PEOPLE IN GOES ON TV in just saying reckless shit? Change podcast to had a state podcast right now as guys already got like a neat dog theme song Head of state. No I can't do it. Any Duggar pressure but it's basically just. He's the head of state aid. Okay okay homework for everybody. listeners of the duct tape podcast is no longer dark tank. go back and REWATCH head of state. And if you can spot nate Dogg. I made it should have. I believe I believe you said why is it? A is the opening theme or closing It's like in a montage thing and then like towards okay okay. She asked people to dive deep. Really Wash movie. And ask you to suspend fifty million your your time. I REFUSE AND WE'RE BACK TO UTAH. You no longer care. We're back to you. We're all GONNA die. Who gives a chat? We're GONNA die. Don't watch his head stay if you don't want to eat it. Has A thirty percent rotten? Tomatoes is really upsetting his Chris. Rock made like a really highly acclaimed film. Top-five he's one of those people and I. I think it's one of the funniest comedians. And he's one of the funniest people as an actor though. Retirement see moving on my. He's GonNa fuck it. I'm not going to the park. It's but it's a little bit like Seinfeld on his show even though he's making himself it's hard for some comics. A flip all the way into like acting and have it be like this is. I'm I'm all. Yeah that's true. I think he's trying to now. Yeah with some of the new products like when he I guess he's his new has like the new season like Fargo and he's also kind of doing a spin off of the saw franchise a hormone that God. I love horror movies. I should've kind of fire to me. I was the the I I saw the I saw in theaters and like I remember. I saw my brother. This is going to be great but it scared the shit out of me so badly that I didn't sleep the whole night. I was like scary movies. They do it in the daytime. Now I get nervous. I tend to think I'm a lot a like scary movies fucked up more than they actually do. So I don't ever goes GM. But then. When I do I'm just like what the fuck is. It's not that bad but then I never do. I still don't adjust my mind set on it. Yeah I mean. I think they're fun and I've got a question so scary movies. Do you like psychological one or do you like when the gives. You jump scares psychological. I don't really like like jump stairs. Jump scares get boring is hard to do. Jump scares nowadays. I feel like I feel. I feel like a lot of times People are so desensitized to like even like like blood just like the sight of blood was like much rare Before and Chapman people regular. You see two movies that have nothing to do with horror descends and the most now is just like people turn a corner and somebody's there and like the most people try to do so as not many people do it. That will yeah. I think I like I like a lot of genre bending stuff so I liked. Jump scares in comedies. I think that's Hilarious Like if you see some I don't know like get out wasn't a comedy like it's kind of funny at certain points to like win. The they played the dynamic with the made kind of comedic so when she's just like walk walks past doorways and they do like like the little violin. Refer whatever that should Larry's to me that I think that is really well done. Yeah for the most part. I'm just like Oh fucking Maher show cool. I don't care I feel like you. You drive like just tension more so that will fuck me more so than just showing a knife..
"starling" Discussed on Cardionerds
"Affects the lives of hundreds of millions dedicated cardio nerds everywhere are working hard to fight this global epidemic. These are their stories. Welcome back Carter nerds eyemouth here. I'm very excited to learn more about guideline directed medical therapy today as part of our special heart failure awareness week series joining me. Today is my good friend and Co fellow Dr Kartik Telecom Law. Thanks Comet happy to join so carthy completed medical school the University of Miami. He decided that Miami rather was not up to par and so later moved to Philadelphia for Internal Medicine Residency Training at the University of Pennsylvania. Winter just kept getting colder and colder as he moved to Cleveland for a general cardiology fellowship. At the Cleveland Clinic. And I for us. Who will be staying here for advanced heart failure fellowship the following my co fellows. Carthage was Actually the first person I met and I think what we had. What three or four interviews together? It's it's been so great having Kartik as my fellow Love learning from him and really excited to dive into today's case Carthage. What are we doing? So thanks for the kind intro and equally excited to be here with you. We're going to be talking with Dr Starling today. As part of our heart failure wearing this week and we're going to be specifically talking to him about guideline directed medical therapy in heart failure. Amazing and friends before we dive in. Just remember this. Podcast is not meant to be used for medical advice. The views expressed here do not necessarily reflect the opinions or policies if our employers the goal is simply to enjoy learning about cardiology directly from expert. Cards take hardy innards our series for heart failure awareness week continues with a very special episode car thick and I are absolutely thrilled for our discussion. Dr Randall startling today about Gd nt or guideline directed medical therapy in heart failure. Carthy take it away. Thanks we feel so honored to have this time. Dr Starling. Actress Darling obtained his bachelor's degree and master's in public health at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Degree from Temple University. He went back to University of Pittsburgh for his internal medicine residency training and then went to Ohio State University for his cardiology fellowship. He stayed on as faculty at Ohio. State until nineteen ninety five. At which time he joined the Cleveland Clinic. It is difficult to mention all of Dr starlings accomplishments and contributions to this field in such a brief bio but simply put. He has done it. All he's the former section head of the division of heart failure and former vice chairman of the Cardiovascular Medicine Department Dr Starling has been the principal investigator on numerous clinical trials and most recently completed his tenure as president of the Heart Failure Society of America. Most importantly he has and continues to be the strongest advocate for his patients on a daily basis and serves as a tremendous role model for all of the fellows. We always learn so much rounding with Dr Startling and we're very excited for him to join us today. Thank you cardiac very happy to be here so Dr Starling as we start as the immediate past president of HFS say can you tell us a little bit more about Heart Failure Awareness Week? And what it's all about. Thank you very much for bringing that up and I should mention as historical footnote that my friend in esteem cardiologists who spent plenty of his career at Hopkins. Dr Arthur Feldman has recently reminded me that he is the one that really kicked off. Heart Failure Awareness Week. Initially I believe in the year. Two thousand two. Yeah so Dr Arthur Feldman who's now at my Alma Mater Temple. Hey reminded me 'cause he saw something. I said publicly and he combing I was incorrect. It goes back to. When he was president of the heart failure society they he actually went through some political avenues to make it official selves. Heart failure awareness. It has been around for awhile and we would like to think that this year the efforts that are made by the Heart Failure Society of America and the Cleveland Clinic many other fantastic medical centers around the country are GonNa be the best efforts ever. So what is it about? It's you can summarize. It very quickly is. The name. Says it's awareness so we want to get the word out to the public that heart failure is one of the largest major important medical conditions in the world and certainly in the United States. It's just not well recognized the number one cause of hospitalization in the US is heart failure. It's not recognized what the consequences of heart failure are. Perhaps most importantly it's not recognized that we have fantastic treatments for heart failure now so heart. Failure Society of America is doubling down if you will on our efforts And many of them are collaborating with some of our industry partners. That have been responsible to bring all these fantastic therapies to market. That are now available. So it's a team effort like most things. We do a fantastic and you know. We have the cardinals. Were very proud to join and be a part of this effort and also to be able to help Dr starling correct the record publicly for Dr Feldman and we all have to make sure that Dr Feldman has a chance to hear this podcast. Because I know he'll be very happy to hear A. We've set the record straight there so I wanNA talk a little bit more about those fantastic treatments. When we started residency life was simple and there were three main groups of life saving medications in heart failure with reduced ejection fraction with Beta blockers. Arbs and emory's plus the Hydraulic Zine. I soar by nitrate in the right context. How have things changed since those days and what is in our arsenal today for guideline directed medical therapy? Yes thank you and let me just put one more pitch in that When we say. Gd M. T. I think it's important that we think in terms of guideline directed management and therapy so the key there is medicine is part of the therapy but the other important parts of the GD. Mt Approach are managing the patient which starts with. Did you make the right diagnosis? Did you find an underlying condition? That was unrecognized. Did you deploy pacemaker and cardiac synchronisation so? It's really comprehensive. We spend most of our time talking about the medicines but we would like to convey the message that it's really guideline directed management in therapy. The the question that you've posed to me. I guess I have liberty to quote the guidelines but I also will be free with level evidence or expert opinion we've known for years and it can be the US or the Canadian or the European guidelines. Were all pretty much in sync. Or even the most of the Asian Society so betablockers. Let me talk about that. I I believe that Betablockers arguably the cornerstone one of the most important drugs that we use and at the same time. Beta blockers are the most commonly underused drug that I see and by that I mean rarely does a patient come into my office or to the hospital. That has been on maximal medical therapy with respect to target does and we'll talk about target doses. What we know about target diseases in a minute but why her betablockers so important that they're so important because of all the drugs that we have the ability to quote reverse remodel or facilitate improvement of ventricular structure? I think hands down is with Beta blockers. So we have Beta blockers. We have as inhibitors. Arb's and Arnie. Or INSULIN RECEPTOR NEVERTHELESS INHIBITORS. Just to be efficient about this. A I think it's clear that my bias now is to get most patients on security trove out. Certain with rare exception in this is we're talking about half wrath for reduced ejection fraction forty percent or less now so we have the data from the paradigm H F for chronic outpatient stable heart failure. We have the pioneer trial which has taught us. We can initiate the drug in the hospital. After the patient is stabilized we have an ongoing clinical trial through the heart failure. Network that to be determined. But we're looking at very severe heart failure and way. Ha Class Four. That's called the life study. And that's GONNA enroll four hundred patients with a six month and point in bear in mind that paradigm H F was mainly Class two and three the total number of patients with class four in that whole thousand plus study was less than one hundred saw. We really don't have much information on severe heart failure so my colleagues Doug Man from Washington University Dr. Brian Wall Dr Hernandez from Duke and Michael Adverts from Brigham and women's we've worked through the heart failure network to put the trial together which would be very important now in the meantime. Is there a patient or two at the Cleveland? Clinic has severe heart failure that we've put on Vowel certain and been encouraged absolutely so that's segment and then perhaps statistically the most underused drug are the Marez al-dostur antagonist the mineralogy Receptor antagonist and clearly. If you look at a typical registry you'll see in Europe about seventy percent of the patients on an Ra if you look in the US it's more like twenty five or thirty percent so the fraction Yep Americans tend to be a little bit more skittish and I recently. How discussion with Faez odd? When I was at a meeting actually in Dubai and his comment was he felt this doctors. In odd who led a lot of the apply renown Outcome studies that the whole hype over hyper? Kinley MEA is over exaggerated so yes. We are pretty adamant about pushing to get a patient on that modality of therapy. Also now diuretics are not on the list right so I say to. Patients often think about a loop diuretic as something light lasix. Most people were taking zero semester towards some and we're trying to figure out which one is better now through a study called transform. Hf which Rob Mansa and others are leading through a Corean So it's a large study. We don't know the answer but we all have our favourite diuretic but what I tell. Patients is the directs. Not GonNa make you live longer. We have to be cognizant of the fact that many times we need to downtown Detroit Many patients present in say. I feel really bad. And the reason why they've improved and they're being over. Diaries and they need to come off the diabetic. So Dia Radic's are something that are in the background. I described them. Moore's 'cause medic they're designed to make you look good and feel good but they have no mortality information about them and so Every Cardio nerd knows about car yet using ovation therapy and I have lived through from the first study. The Miracle Study which we participated in the Cleveland Cleaner. So back then. We didn't know whether and we were blinded and so we quickly learned that. Crt get were and it's important to emphasize that CRT comes on the background of optimized medical therapy so the cardio nourish should understand that if a patient walks in with a nice left. Bundle on it. You are s a one sixty and their medication nye. The temptation is to throw in a crt but guess what sometimes they do very very well on. Madison's allow and when you evaluate them later on that killer s may still be wide. It may be narrow but if the APP is forty. Five or fifty. They're not going to qualify for crt but CRT is clearly a game changer. I am a believer. In this entity of synchrony cardiomyopathy super responders have been well described by our center and others..
"starling" Discussed on Dark Tank with Yedoye Travis
"Stories. I needed to document. 'cause I wanna go home later and when I tell that story to my wife she would not believe. That's why was leaked on words. I telling her that the POKEMON poor. You don't do that. I don't want to just be lipstick on the collar. The better you get your fucking mister mind. Hey Eh just put on his POK. Mon Albert Real Father Deep Conspiracy Beers theory stuff. Wait what people think that. Mr Mime is like ashes Stepdad. What yeah explain that okay because you never overseas real father but you see his mom but Mr Mime hoping around the house? So he's like a true dat in the anime legacy of people saying I'm not your real DAB. I'm going to be the father figure in the way. Piccolo is go Hans. I am a bunch of okay. I thought she meant like like people things. He's a biological thing. I'm like lives around the block. But what are you talking about seeing that square job. That's as that's beautiful though. Yeah good message. I like that this whole thing that no no. I'm really upset by that. Anyone could be a dad. I think there's a great. It's it's role you choose. Yeah you can provide a like you can be a journeyman you can help someone say oh I want to be an adult you can navigate the for them. Okay so you want to go back to bud stuff. I WANNA see more comfortable in the butts of discussion Russian. I don't know if Mister Mind stop talking about cartoons doing stuff that makes me uncomfortable. I want to talk about human assholes..
"starling" Discussed on Dark Tank with Yedoye Travis
"Again. I've never been in a place where this is something that was on the table that we should watch this search you. I was on board. I'm into this. This is the thing that phone. It's impressive win Vince. Arabian city landlords created the environment. That begs the whole question. Is that how you're how are you paying your rent. He's forces us to watch. Gotcha great if I paint the walls. I got to pay them back. It was somebody else's birthday and that's what they chose. That was there that was their media preference for that night chat or was it was one of those wouldn't be hilarious areas. If we watch this and everyone's like we watch we. Were just watching it. Yeah you think it's time to go. That wouldn't be fun you ten. The funnier is if we all watched it separately by ourselves I guess I guess they all comedy and I get it I get it okay. Twenty minutes make it twenty five This is all a bit. It is not factual I was their stories instagram stories. I needed to document. 'cause I wanna go home later and when I tell that story to my wife she would not believe. That's why was leaked on words. I telling her that.
"starling" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show
"You know where swapping nicer to me that day. Yeah so we learned nothing. I one time yelled at an uber driver. I women spend a period to him. I was in so much pain and I was I was. I was doubled over in pain and he was I. I'm so sorry I have to lay down. I'm trying not to throw the first day my period and I cannot and where do you don't talk about it 'cause supposed to be shameful. What am I it happens once a month? It's horrific and I'm in if I had just been like you know like mugged or if I like just broke my ankle I would be like angles broken broken. I'M GONNA be back here yelling in pain and this goes like what happens like every month. Don't you get used to it. And I fucking somehow then had the power all the way and I said let me explain this to you if at once a month this nation man. Yeah I was like what somebody would you might be sleeping. You might be in your office. You might be having sex ax. You may whatever you're doing at some point in the day once a month you don't know when a stranger is gonNA walk into the room you're in and grab your balls and twist them for eight hours nonstop just twisting your balls and you're not gonna be able to move and then he starts punching you in the stomach. And then he does that and then he just and then he comes back every every day for five days. When he's going to do it I go? He's like that's what the fuck it feels like. Okay I said so. Yeah we know it's coming but you don't get used used to it. It still sucks every single time and he goes up. I go yeah I do. You have a phone charger. Take Time so sorry. Anyway this water for Becker fight tissues. Thank you five star. What do you like In in public when we are walking around New York City like Sardines. If somebody bumps you can you take it. Meaning I I see people seem to go crazy. You know a stranger to another stranger. You could say skews me like that's GonNa make things okay all of a sudden you know. I have that with them headphones so when we were coming back from long island on the L. A.. Double Lar- There were people playing whatever the fuck they wanted right behind me no headphones so I go. You've got headphones. I have turn. You've got headphones. Oh I'm so sorry. And they turned it off. Okay I did that then. Of Of course the guilt sets them like they're just having the normal time they're they're happy with John like no headphones. All the phones come with headphones right but then we got on the train gene coming home and some guy was like very comfortable watching whatever movie he was watching Super Loud. And I'm like I'm not telling this dude to turn it off because I don't want to because I know the people behind me for some reason I could feel like dominate this guy. He's very comfortable and looking for someone it'd be like turning that off. Why so a guy in the subway? He was looking at porn on his shit and IPAD. Big and you know okay. Turn off your Whitney Houston use them but this guy yeah. Yeah wouldn't tell him at that point you're like watch because that's a mentally unstable person if they're doing that in in public they need to fix the watch that because we feel like if you don't have the porn simulation we on the train will become your porn got make trying to make porn with me. I'm GonNa Assume Your Dick in your pants because he'll porn on so please carry. Take my headphones. I don't even I don't I don't like it doesn't bother me when I hear somebody playing a game on the phone or playing music. What I enjoy in fact is is when somebody has their music little too loud but somebody else is upset by it and they fake? They exaggerate the being upset like Uh I enjoy that so much because now I'm on the music maker side because like tell him Don Talbot seen the convulsively like are they are they. Are you inhaling smoke. You know someone like like I get it. It's gross music thing. I the one time there was. It was an older white lady is younger black on the other side and she's watching something on her phone and she's playing music and older white lady and I will say that she was rushing so I mean you know I gotta I gotTa fucking problem with Russia always have always will never forgot. I never forgot. But so there's older woman says chickens like watching on our phone and this woman it wasn't even that loud she was the huffing and puffing and making sounds and then the chick just didn't turn her phone that music off and she finally only this woman just freaks out. She goes to pull you turn that off like a thick Russian accent. And they're like yeah she goes. I'll turn it down and she's like all the way of that is illegal and then she he stands up but usually it's illegal using the train and Mike. Well now. I think if like now you're just being like a crazy racist person. I'm like this is a weird weird thing where like the older immigrants are like Maga now so I was like I feel strange and I told her I go. I don't think that that's a long excuse me. Excuse me and I don't think that's a lot I think you're I think and so there. It's a weird thing but as a white Mike you know I'm trying to be like a wealth like white whatever but then I'm like do I say something then I'm like I don't want to but this chick I just was like. Everyone on the train. Name just was kind of looking at her Mike. I'm going to stand up for the music person here. Just because I don't like Russians but yeah I would think it's not a law. It's not illegal interested in grace's story just then but I think it's it's just as much a law as don't put your feet up on another chair. Yeah so it. It says it in their weird scroll of what not to do on a train but I still put my feet up on the train. Yeah I got yelled at the other day. The train stuff is like so straight to get yelled at for crossing my legs. Some guy got on the train and fucking went off on me and that takes a-plus room though I had my legs crossed. And he bumped into my files and he had a a lot of bags with him again homeless or hipster our game and hit me with on his bags and I was like and he goes. Oh I'm sorry and I said that's fine. And as he was was walking by me his leg hit my foot and I go. Oh I'm sorry and there were there. Were maybe three of us in the little train car. Not a lot of people and I go. I'm sorry that my foot at you and he sits down right next to me and he goes that people are going to trip on your foot. Oh my God I was like well. Yeah now we are off to the races now not on your side. My stop was the next up but I stayed for two more stops. Yes because he was the first man. Tell me how the fuck I'm sit on a train. It was late at night. And it's like okay. I'm sorry I've been raped and sexually assaulted in my own apartment. So you're not going to tell me what I went off. I was an abuse eight. Oh yeah well what I said as I go I go well. We're just taking a cue from you guys have been man's breading for years on the train so we're taking the streets back and there's a chick across from me and she kind of laughed and I was like we're taking and this guy he could've beat the shit out of me and he had an eye patch on. He was this crazy for sure and I was like I kill but whatever he gives switching guy pets from one to the other guy. Got Your number. Oh but then it was and then he wouldn't let it go and so then I was like let me try to defuse this just because I was first of all scared he was gonna hit me okay and size trying to make a joke. We're taking the streets back or whatever and I I we're going to have our legs all spread out manned spreading like you guys do and he's a yeah. I saw chick do that. Shit that's nasty and then I said well what are we going to do. What's the first year period? I got a big old bloody diaper on. I gotTA spread out and I mean then. I leaned hard into period. Talk and like just let me out crazy him so that I don't feel like I'm GonNa get fucking murdered on the train. HOW DID IT END I? He gave me a business card goal. Deliver electronics thanks to your personal homes. Some city we became friends. I was like you should talk and I'm like oh I'll move my foot when and I want to and then he sits right next to me and I'm like Shit it's midnight. I'm in the car. There's a dude next Mike. You can have a weapon like I watched my fucking mouth. You know yourself doing doing that like you'll you'll spout off a minute but now I got to stick with your this guy why now I watch it all the time. I mean I try to watch it. But that's the problem honestly with with the with the brain chemistry going that. I'm a lot more aggressive. I generally like I'm not. I'm not always sure when to be like bigger than myself. Because sometimes sometimes that does make them go away like there. There have been times where I'm being followed and I. I did the right thing I turned around and I said I see there. You know like just acknowledging I don't I don't I'm not being passive about this. I just took a chance and it did stop them and slowed down and then I stopped seeing him. I also stopped opted a construction site and said like somebody's following me guys like being against other guys when they're the hero so that helps a lot. Yeah but I think a lot of times you. You have to be aggressive so that they don't think that you're an easy mark or maybe feels that way but I have stopped people from following doing that. Yeah I see somebody play music. Could you your cancelled to think about what that means a canceled. Does this thing where if if you're littering you blatantly only like you throw your McDonald's wrapper on the ground or whatever he'll go you drop that you want to pick it up. See that's the thing because there is a big. He's like egg teddy bear. Yeah nobody knows that. No No. He's like the sweetest Guy Obamacare and so somebody he was like pick up that trash. Everyone would be like yes sir. It's really weird. He also has like he lives in this giant building right and so people and they always have. They smoke weed at the stairwell. But he's like you know times have changed. You're allowed to smoke on the corner so now when he when he does when that happens. He's like listen. You're going to get us all fucked because of this because you're smoking on the in the stairwell when you take that outside outside. No one's going to bother you. The police are not going to be looking for you. Take this outside. You're in the building Blah Blah Blah. And they're like who to because they're teenagers eighteen ninety two doing like it. I'm GONNA fucking care he goes. I'm in whatever apartment I'm like I. I'm in this building in this apartment number. You can knock on my fucking door anytime and get the fuck out of the stairwell and I'm like Holy Shit so usually does but he also goes and this is you know he's he's been in that building forever he goes. I know your mother get the Fuck Outta here. So they do like we forget that we're the adults in these children's lives and these the these guys have a camaraderie of like growing up in the same building like being in the same building a long time so he looking like he does can tell this kid looking like he does those things I I can't you know it's it's it's very different so I don't know does it. Like you said he's a teddy bear but it's not like these are now. That's why I think it's important for you know all women to carry guns. PSA that's this is what we're talking about guns when you start your period for the first time however Weapons permits when you get it. You had to lock it up on a month. Maybe it's attached to the the APP that's locked for four days. Speaking of cancelling US others headline bothered me from CNN. Chick-fil-a laid-back Lash is nothing short of cancel culture..
"starling" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show
"We were so so close to Colin Keith. And the girl this Pussy for gang and starve the documentary funny paints that was at the CON Film Festival here. She is one D. starling. I Ah thank you good to have you here. I am so happy to be here and just inside to listeners. We were being very funny for like the past twenty minutes. Yeah so that's I got about fifteen minutes of jokes to me. Let's do how sobriety great how. How long has it been now? Here's the with sobriety okay. Harman's not because I'm like using a vape pen so that's not too. I mean sobriety as I'm not like a fully fully sober person I'm not drinking and that was the big problem right. Correct okay still cocaine every morning shore but just the alcohol around when I drink I think I was doing the world a favor because when something somebody would say or do something crazy I think to myself maybe I heard that role Hsien automated but now I see that all world nuts. Yeah that's the well the the thing. Not The problem is a problem but like everything. I feel everything more intensely. So that's something that when you cut alcohol out you feel everything and I already feel everything a lot anyway way and so. Maybe I'm thinking about getting medication for bipolar. I'm thinking about it. Is your doctor thinking about it too. I do have been to a doctor or in six years will. What's making you tickets bipolar a well? I've been diagnosed like multiple times. I was hospitalized for it when I was nineteen. Oh okay so the doctor is. Oh you know I've I've had multiple doctors be like this is what is wrong with you and I was like I think you mean this is why I'm GonNa do a math puzzle. I Ah I think what you mean to say. This is why you have so many good ideas and don't need to sleep. Well does it. Does it change your remind like. Are you considering bipolar. Now that you're aware of where your brain is well and I tell jokes about it on stage on stage but part of what I did cocaine. The first time I moved to New York so cocaine and Like Atarot any stimulant calms me down. It does the opposite. Oh my brain cam. which is what adderall? Paul is supposed to do math. So my natural brain chemistry the type of bipolar. I Have I run. Very Manic is shooting out dopamine and Serotonin like a lot got more than most people which sounds like it should be fun in great and it is a lot of times but the problem is. It's almost I if anyone's ever taken LSD. Yes that's what my I remember I took LSD like micro Dosta a while ago and I remember thinking like Oh. This is how I used to feel in junior high and so now that I'm sober. Were and I have no chemicals in my brain. I'm like Oh that's the feeling that I have where everything I feel Kinda like. I'm floating all the time I don't really feel like my feet are on the ground and everything's things if I'm having a good time it's the best time and if I'm sad it's the worst I should kill myself and then but I mostly up. There's so many people who come through here that have bipolar. And every time they describe it. I'm like Shit that's me but I have a different feeling now and I I I have not been diagnosed and I felt those very high highs and very low lows and it's exactly what you just said it's like I'm on fire. It's great I can stay up. I can do things I can figure it out. It can do. The weird puzzles the math and all that stuff or I should kill myself. No no one's getting any benefit from me including myself all this stuff but now I don't reach that kind of manic depression. That's interesting did it. Balance wants out. What changed I hate to say it? But we'd started. I thought you were GONNA say Keith. That's in there got to be in this once. I started working with Keith. Instead of ups and downs I mostly just think about different ways to kill myself. I'm rick what scares you from taking taking the medicine. Admitting that the problem Israel as an adult or do you think it's going to numb some brilliant brilliant thing is a weird and I've talked talk about four but I feel like I need a little bit of that extra juice that crazy juice to keep going and entertainment in the business until the documentary like comes out and I start working in the middle of like finishing up writing a couple of projects send. They always feel like that. Because it's GonNa always feel like that so it's something done being creative eight of being right. Well I know but it's it's interesting because now Mike and the Joe Joe make but it's like a real thing once I cut out all the booze and like the drugs and I let everything kind of regulate I'm like. Oh I forgot I act like I'm I'm on coke all the time I forgot. That's why when I was sober as a teenager. People would offer armie drugs and I was like I'm not I don't drink drumming. You get people like you're on blow on my else. I'm just fucking happy to see you and let me touch. Your sweater is Kashmir take a mix I remember being at a rave and I was surrounded by people on Ecstasy and I am in there with them. I am like that does feel good good and no one could tell the difference between like who did drugs and me and I'm like no I didn't people wouldn't believe me but I'm Mike. Oh my God absolutely tell me all of your things like and we can talk all night and I can I can. I can feel your your hand on mind and that feels good even though it normally doesn't like yeah into it. Yeah it's the same well. That's the way they've been a little bit with the vaping a little bit and I will say that the next get super high for hours and and then the next day I feel great I have tons of energy so I like if I may be like once a week. Have you ever done mushers. No I have some but I've never done them. I have them in my fridge. Like an emergency every says carry a quarter for a phone but with an emergency Maxi Pad right right and you have some mushroom. I have mushrooms and I will put mushrooms in a Tampon. Use your pussy seeing things that would be the way to go. I if if people are you know okay to use the word crazy but crazy enough that they need one of these bipolar pills. I don't think it's going to numb you down so much that. Who are you all of a sudden and I think people don't realize that I I mean? Obviously you're right because This doesn't serve us like when we are on extreme levels of emotional anything it's painful but we just don't recognize it because it's very comforting to have these explosions in your head. It's it's this it's being on a roller coaster without having to stand in line it's fantastic and then even the depression is like I don't for some reason that's fantastic. I'll tell you the because I'm in a depressive thing right now I can feel it in my bobby maybe for sure. That's even taking the pictures in the booth. I can't like I'm having fun hanging out and talking with you. I mean but I just I cry like the middle of the day I just. We'll just Saab and I have to sleep a a lot during the day. But there's something nice about it because I'm taking a nap because I know that this will last for a couple of days and then I'll be back to where ramp up all night so it's kind of Nice because you're like oh it's take a break and you get to sleep you know and you can justify taking lots of naps. Well I I've had have to think about it because why does because I just said. Depression feels good. And I and as you're talking like that I mean I totally meant that and not just because I'm about to get a high it's because I'm getting adding waves of emotion and even though they're negative emotions feel so good to me that they don't have to be good or bad it just has to be like it feels deep. It feels like we're so it's horrible. I love this right now. We're having this conversation so nice to just like you know just sitting here. We both are going to start a periods and straight. I know it sucks this week like this room fills up like the serving talk about feelings again earlier this week I was talking with my boyfriend. Hi I love you. I'm so sorry and I'm just like yes. So things things were grading me on like you're interrupting me like everything's annoying me my skin crawling and he's like I thought things were fine now. They're not fine. Obviously they're not finding then I. We go to the bathroom and I see blood on my fuck. Do I tell him or just let that ride. That's the worst because you because it is that is the the shittiest 'cause you're dislike did I mean that I know I meant is me being crazy but I don't want to set a precedent. So you're like so you just deny take you. You're just take the do the Makeup sponge trick hooker track. What you take a makeup sponge around one put under cold water and roll it up tight like a like a tiny like of joint joint and then stick it up say and it opens up and absorbs the blood and you can fuck people can fuck you and finger you and it feels like an holds? The blood hucker trek so that we just think you're not and that there's no reason for it. Yeah you're right. I've I've gotten into those those fights and I'm like where's this coming from. I don't know and then you see the Tampon wrappers in the bathroom you know God damn it. How am I supposed to know if you don't know and yeah well now? Here's a question and when you see that do you interpret that as like all these chicks are crazy or do you listen to cover the. It's crazy and good because 'cause now make sense you didn't turn into some totally different person for no reason but can I also say that you should take the word seriously because it's not like I completely made up the the thing that I was upset about I was just not as friendly relating to you but if it was I fell in love with somebody that was friendly. Twenty one days of the month uh-huh though and I get that what's exhausting about. It is if I speak the same way to my boyfriend. And I do. Let's say to Andrea Andrea will go like. Yeah whatever whatever and like I can be totally in a country way about me like like I'm not sliding into her. I'm not liking laying it up. I'm I'm just going like dunk. This shit fuck this shit. I'm upset you're annoying. Everyone's annoying and tomorrow. We'll be fine. You know I still. I still think I'm saying the things that I feel. It's just all coming to ahead at once so I can't. I can't put it on a platter..
"starling" Discussed on KIIS 102.7
"Get you up. Fast is singer here. Who knows where? Every. Couple times by a couple. Because I'm tired of the. Pain. I don't know. You beautiful. Come on. Whoa. Straight. State. how'd you in my pocket where i kept my rebel felt that was invincible you back different about he lives the last two nights Correct. Lettuce terrible flavor. Per maker. The fight. Madness heaven. You look the next. One. Money. Funny. That's. How this. And I can make for a weekend. And our action. Lips crystal. Kisses pretty. What you'll that for? Is yet? Crying. Cable. I get jealous. Starling dressed like daydream. All right. You only love. I didn't say I..
"starling" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"The starlings. Starlings are an absolute nightmare in the evenings. And all throughout the night at building manager. Don, Cox, anyone that is exit this in the evening hours on the north side has managed to experience a lot of the of the birds and very delicately put their on what he's talking about. Of course, are the little birdie bombs, the starlings drop from the rafters and the noise they make an important amount of noise and talks says they've tried everything to get rid of them from steel spikes to rubber snakes, even fireworks. Illegal and ineffective. We've just tried everything. Amanda. Why illinois's new secretary of state has approved spending thirty thousand dollars on yet. Another Starling deterrent a net covering the porticos from stem disturned strong, very tight as tight as a tennis racket almost invisible. So as not to ruin the appearance of the building bird flaming then they will decide to go somewhere else, they'll be installing those nets this summer. And if they don't work Alcock says they've always got those Strobe lights he found on the internet. I don't think we'll ever throw in the towel. And I'm Mike Rogers with the other side of the news on News Radio. Eighty. Maroon five and Travis Scott.
"starling" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"Starlings. Starling over an absolute nightmare in the evenings. And all throughout the night at building manager. Don, Cox, anyone that is exit is in the evening hours on the north side has managed to experience a lot of the birds and very delicately put their done what he's talking about. Of course, are the little birdie bombs, the starlings drop from the rafters and the noise they make an important amount of noise. And Cox says they've tried everything to get rid of them from steel spikes to rubber snakes, even fireworks. Illegal Candian, effective. We've just tried everything imaginable. Which is why illinois's new secretary of state has approved spending thirty thousand dollars on yet. Another Starling deterrent a net covering the porticos from stem, the stirred strong, very tight as tight as a tennis racket and almost invisible. So as not to ruin the appearance of the building bird flaming then they will decide to go somewhere else, they'll be installing those nets this summer. And if they don't work Alcock says they've always got those Strobe lights he found on the internet. I don't think we'll ever throw in the towel. And I'm Mike Rogers with the other side of the news on News Radio. And the other side of the news.
"starling" Discussed on Nintendo Power Podcast
"Oh, polka ball. Plus and Starling battle for atlas which had all that great star, FOX content. And then also the the additional ships change out the different parts and everything which is pretty cool. Right. Yeah. So all really, cool, creative stuff. And the winner is. Then ten though LeBow. Yeah. Which would have been my it would have gotten my vote as well. I think especially if you look at everything that you get from all the three different kits. There's just a lot of creativity there, especially the vehicle kit. The latest one had just a ton more game play in it. So it's more than you know, you could build it. But you can also actually explore that world of of that vehicle kitten. It's actually really fun. We we did an intimate episode on that. And it was really really cool. Yeah. I I would recall my own experience of building intendo lab. Oh for the first time and just kind of marveling at the engineering work of how do you take something that starts off as a piece of cardboard and comes into this, very cohesive, usable item. And I think it takes that wo- neat box and goes way beyond that. Yeah. I just really enjoy just the making process primarily because I'm not very crafty. So when I can complete a step, and it's. It looks just like it's supposed to and I feel like I get the satisfaction. Just well, I didn't mess it up. You know, it was just great holding your hand through that. A like pro DIY person. You're just using the onscreen instructions. Like perfectly done, but my actual winner in this category is applicable plus I love the polka vol plus so much. I feel like it really brings a lot to poke him on. Let's go, and it makes it just feel makes you feel like a Polk among trainer, you know. Like, if only we had this. We played poker. Monkey imagine. How mazing that would feel you know, but it really immerses you into that world, you can take it around with you and use it for Pokemon goes. Well, so this is a very versatile product. But also just really fun. And it looks cool when you get to hold an extra polka ball. You'd be like, you know, our friend Bill Trenin who's really living the dream. He's at the game awards with the polka ball, plus on his belt loop, the perfect party accessory could say..
"starling" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"Starling traffic knocking out power to tens of thousands and killing at least eight people CBS news has report coming up next. Also ahead Detroit. Police looking for an additional person of interest in the double murder a senior center in Detroit. Jays. Vicki Thomas has the details. Coming up also for the second time in two weeks. Someone dropped piles of nails around the Ferndale. Police department. Get where we need to be her Hooper. Good morning. I'm Jim Matthews for WWE. Newsradio nine fifty now. CBS CBS news update. It's not even thanksgiving yet by tens of millions are getting a taste of winter with snow and ice blanketing towns from Alabama to Maine in western Maryland, it all forced a majority of schools in the area to close. Mom. Lisa. Green says her first instinct was to hit the grocery store teenage boys at home that eat me out of house and home. And if they're going to be home all day here. They are David Parkinson is I'm meteorologist here at CBS news. The storm is really just all throughout the northeast. It is a very large storm if you measure it edge to edge west east. It's about nine hundred miles wide eight hundred to nine hundred miles wide WCBS TV's Valerie, Castro from New York City, the city was prepared. No. Of course, not no sold. You know, they were being stocked on the road. The sanitation department says the quick change in the forecast. Accidents bridge closures and down trees or the root of its problems. CBS news update, I'm mad piper. And closer to home. It looks like someone shook up the snow globe maintenance superintendent for the mccone county department of roads. Leo Chia vodka says to salt truck drivers are patrolling the roads this morning with an additional crews that are on standby if you're driving around and big either talk thirty people out there. You know, the roads should be okay to drive on. I wouldn't would that drive posted stones because. People out and about tonight into tomorrow morning. If if you need to hear recommends giving yourself extra time for your commute and keeping a larger following distance.
"starling" Discussed on WRVA
"Jio long pause here's the pitch pulls it back takes high one ball one strike nobody out maybe at first nothing nothing here in the third inning straightly squares jio deals runner goes pitches bonded back to the pitcher gio has it he'll throw to first for the out with radon jogging back to third so really the the button on their doesn't gain the marlins botch straightly got a good down a bunt down anyway if anything you should have taken the patch as he had a good job let him steal second than button to third so the nationals will take the out at first as strongly has his first sacrifice of the year i runner in scoring position for either team at here is the marlins second baseman starling castro starling became a marlin in the off season and the giancarlo stanton trade i saw him as a a young young pup coming up with the cubs here's the pitch way too high that one slipped out unfortunate not a wild pitch is he had a long reach to get it that was just like rehearsal dave star linda marlin.