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Fresh update on "swimming" discussed on C.G.Jung Helpdesk

C.G.Jung Helpdesk

01:22 min | 15 hrs ago

Fresh update on "swimming" discussed on C.G.Jung Helpdesk

"He said that consciousness is born out of unconsciousness. And the best way to get consciousness of something is to hit your head if you want to do something or something happens to you and this is not going according to plan. You immediately snap into consciousness and your very aware. There's a moment where everything goes, let's say very slow. There was a good book by Daniel kinnaman. It's pretty famous called thinking faucet slow. He talks about the system one and system two, one system. It's very quick and more like a reflex, the other is slow and deliberate. And it's a little bit of this idea that you have the things that you're doing and consciously, like driving a car or washing dishes and you do this without really thinking about it and you can't really remember it. You're not really aware of all the stuff that is happening. But let's say you are suddenly in a car crash, then bam, you're 100% bare your soul awake. This is consciousness kicking in. This is the moment where there needs to be an adaption so the consciousness is really the function of being adaptive and adapting to internal or external circumstances. You have this two huge areas that of course are touching each other. They can move things from the unconscious can come up into consciousness and things from the consciousness can also come down. This is why I wanted to talk about really dynamics and give it to the title of the event to say this is really what is happening and moving between those two big areas consciousness and unconscious and I have this example of fishes because it's very often used in symbology to have unconscious contents popping up because water and to see especially are very often associated for young with unconscious. You have a lot of life down there, but you mostly only see the surface. There's a feeling when you go swimming and you think there's a big fish or shark under you you can't really see it so your mind goes crazy. This is the unconscious things can disappear somely, something falls into a river and it's basically gone, even when it's just a couple of centimeters away, especially when the river's dirty and somebody can pop up where we supply like an alligator or fish or anything. And this surface area is really a kind of threshold that separates consciousness and unconscious. But the psyche is doing very often for young as a kind of balancing act between those two to have a psychic system like an economy of energy where things are flowing to the places there should go, but they can come this balance into the system and tries to come back into this original state of equilibrium between those two and between. All the energies, and that sense, the psyche is reacting like the body when you have a virus infection. You are unconscious of it in the sense that you don't know that you are now infected with the virus, but you are experiencing other symptoms. The symptoms as a body trying to kill the virus by raising up the temperature of the body, for example. And you see, oh, okay, I'm feeling weak. I have high temperature. It seems like I've got an infection. And similarly, the psychic tries to balance things out than their disturbing factors in the psyche. And this can be, again, something internally or externally, and something involuntary, a car accident is something that is happening to you, so this is consciousness coming into kicking into beer, trying to act, trying to find a new equilibrium. So that you can go back driving the car and forget about the situation. This can also be done voluntarily when you apply your conscience consciously, you also created this balance. It's a little bit, again with the body analogy. When you're moving too far to the side, your body already tries to keep you unbalanced and not to tip over by shifting how your body is standing, for example. When you're trying to walk a rope, for example. So all this stuff is just a function of society. This is stuff that is a constantly happening without any conscious input. So that the energy is flowing that it has to go somewhere that the psyche needs to regulate itself. It's the same way. You have your threshold and we have things that are passing this threshold. How really does this happen and how can the threshold move and doom thought that all the things in the unconscious when they stay in the unconscious have pretty low energy, they have pretty low libido, which means you need a certain energy so that it passes this threshold when there's something with a lot of libido, a lot of animating force, it breaks through the surface into the consciousness and you're suddenly aware of something happening and the same way this requirement for experiencing this energetic factors can get lower, for example, when you're sleeping or you're stressed out or you're drinking alcohol or taking drugs or when you, for example, meditating. So when you're applying consciousness actively, this lowers the threshold of consciousness so that things can more easily pass over. One of the most famous examples for young is really dreams. When you go into the streaming state, everything's becomes a little bit looser in your awareness. So suddenly all those strange images sounds moist, become more prevalent and you experiencing all those strange things that you could never come up with consciously, but they come automatically. And Jung saw this really as nature when the unconscious is speaking, for example, in dreams, this is a natural product that just exists and comes up like all the fishes. It's suddenly can come up because the surface is not so tense anymore. So how can things move and of course they can go up and they can go down. And this is really symbolic language that is used for young very often that this consciousness down is unconscious, things, of course, can drop from the conscious this means stuff you can do, some stuff you are, where off that you know into the unconscious by the simple act of forgetting. You know

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Sebastian Welcomes Kellie-Jay Keen to the Show

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:08 min | 2 weeks ago

Sebastian Welcomes Kellie-Jay Keen to the Show

"She is Kelly J Keane, Kelly J welcome back to America first. Well, I thank you so much for having me. I have a bone to pick with you. You came to the swamp and you didn't tell me. You didn't want me at your rally at the Lincoln Memorial. How dare you? How dare you come to my manner? And not invite me to your event. What brings you to America my dear? I am doing a tour called let women speak, which is exactly what it says on the tin. It's basically creating a space in which women can speak in public. The old fashioned public square because the modern public square senses everything we say. All right, is that why it didn't invite me because I'm a man man. Well, you could have come because there were plenty of trans activists trying to stop us talking, so. You would have been very, very welcome. I'm so sorry. All right, that's all right. I'm just ripping you a little bit because I'm a huge fan of yours and I can't believe you're on this side of the pond and I didn't get to see you in person. The website is standing for women dot com. First things first for those who haven't for some reason because they've been trapped under a rock or sleeping like rip van winkle who didn't see that viral video, tell us where that occurred and who you were talking about when it comes to your comment. I'm not a vet, but I know what a dog is. Well, I was actually talking to a trans activist, a woman who frequently takes her shirt off to reveal her double mastectomy scars as sort of a badge of honor. And we were in poolside watching will Thomas called who calls himself Leah Thomas race against women. So not only racing against women in sport in swimming races, but also changing with them and getting naked and no women are allowed to talk about it and I just thought I did share he's a man when he was accepting his podium chat. So I just, I was there to point out that the emperor was naked and actually had a penis.

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California swimmer describes seeing shark attack her

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 2 weeks ago

California swimmer describes seeing shark attack her

"A Southern California swimmer is recounting her encounter with a shark I'm Ben Thomas with the story I felt a huge like a really hard hit Wouldn't you try it Was resting in the water off the coast of del mar California north of San Diego on her Friday morning ocean swim It hurt and it pushed me up and out of the water She tells KG TV I saw it on my legs And then it shook once kind of like a dog and then it let me go Fortunately you had a friend swimming with her He saw the water agitate he saw me kind of twist around and then he saw the fin in the back of the shark He helped her back to shore where lifeguards and emergency crews treated her and rushed her to a hospital She's being treated for puncture and laceration wounds Surprisingly I'm feeling pretty good I don't know if I just haven't processed everything yet The shark is believed to have been a juvenile white shark known to swim in the waters off the delmar shore I'm Ben Thomas

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Inflation puts tighter squeeze on already pricey kids sports

AP News Radio

01:04 min | 3 weeks ago

Inflation puts tighter squeeze on already pricey kids sports

"The high rate of inflation is putting the squeeze on family budgets And that includes participation in youth sports activities Ballpark swimming pools and dance studios across America are seeing a decline in participation For this Ohio mom Rachel Kennedy We're watching prices rise while our income stays the same and we're just trying to keep up Her 14 year old son has to sit out baseball this year because the lowest price program she could find was about $600 to enroll And that didn't cover that gloves shoes She tells her son it's not his fault The guilt is real I feel horrible that I can't let him play on more advanced teams at Penn State university associate professor Jennifer agen says between COVID cutbacks and inflation participating differently because their family doesn't have the means to provide quite as many opportunities Studies done before inflation spike showed families spent about $700 a year on kids sports I'm Jackie Quinn

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Biden turning to Trump-era rule to expel Venezuelan migrants

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | Last month

Biden turning to Trump-era rule to expel Venezuelan migrants

"President Biden is using the need to help prevent the spread of COVID to expel Venezuelan migrants and it's ripped straight from the Trump playbook The role first invoked by former president Trump in 2020 uses emergency public health authority to allow the U.S. to keep migrants from seeking asylum at the border It's based on the need to help prevent the spread of coronavirus Candidate Joe Biden denounced Trump for it Now with midterm elections nearing an increasing numbers of Venezuelans arriving at the border Biden has turned to his predecessor's playbook Venezuelans who walk or swim across America's southern border will be expelled in any who illegally enter Mexico or Panama are ineligible to come to the U.S. but as many as 24,000 will be accepted at U.S. airports I'm Julie Walker

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Goldfish-Goldfish intro and wrap

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | Last month

Goldfish-Goldfish intro and wrap

"Researchers are disputing the notion that goldfish are forgetful People who can't remember things have been described as having the memory of a goldfish What we can say is it is wrong Doctor Ed lait sibo a biologist at the University of Oxford says don't blame the goldfish She performed experiments They can learn how to discriminate between colors they have numerical abilities that means they can different shade between different numbers about 29 goldfish to travel along a tank with the walls covered with black and white stripes when they were swapped for narrower black and white bands the fish shortened the distance they swam But they use this change of contrast in the environments to estimate if they've traveled far or close They are more than just fish in a bowl I'm Ed Donahue

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Gordon Chang on Authoritarian Regimes in Good Times and Bad

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

00:59 sec | Last month

Gordon Chang on Authoritarian Regimes in Good Times and Bad

"Said something fascinating about authoritarian regimes in times of prosperity and what happens to them in times of economic crisis. Would you expand upon that with our millions of listeners on radio? With prosperity, even unsustainable regimes can do well. And that's really been the story of Russia and China and even North Korea and Iran. But when times get tough, these regimes have hard time sustaining themselves. Because they're inflexible. Because they're inflexible, as Warren Buffett said, you don't know who's swimming naked until the tide goes out. That's exactly what's occurring. And we are approaching a really desperate time in history because we have war, which is spreading, but we also have famine for a number of reasons. We have all we have coordinated recessions around the world. We've got one here. Europe is going to go through a very hard winter. China's in recession in reality. Of course, Russia is. So you put all this together. These regimes are not going to be able to sustain themselves.

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Guardsman Investigated for Chasing Bus, Believing Migrants Were on It

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:58 min | 2 months ago

Guardsman Investigated for Chasing Bus, Believing Migrants Were on It

"Then the lieutenant colonel in the National Guard does the same thing. And people on the bus are starting to freak out. They don't know what's going on. So anyway, long story short, the bus finally gets to its destination. And by the way, he's Facebook. All of this is on Facebook Live. The lieutenant colonel is Facebook Live. It just keeps getting worse. Is that how you say Facebook Live? Yeah, no, you did good. You did good. Thank you. So anyway, they get to the, this nice little hotel, and is it foul mouth or foul mouth? It's falmouth. Whatever. The admiralty inn and sweets. It's a very nice looking hotel. They have a little swimming pool in the middle and the courtyard. And I don't know, I guess they give them a free breakfast, I don't know. No, that's only at the Hampton inn. So anyway, they pull in and then the guy starts he jumps out and he starts banging on the door of the bus. And he says, you have to let me in. Let me in. And the bus break down the door. The bus driver's freaking out. And the guy said, I know you have illegal aliens on the bus. And this is all in the dark of night. Can you imagine Michael Vaughan is the driver? He is the owner of Mike's limousine, it is a bus company. They don't work trying to get a bus to go to Nashville next week. A party bus. A party bus. But I digress. So anyway, Hoffman thought that the bus was full of illegals. And he wouldn't, he wouldn't give up. So he would not leave, and mister Vaughn says he harassed us to death. This is the Cape Cod times story. Everybody was scared to death and I have to imagine show. And all of this is being recorded live on Facebook.

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Border Patrol Operation Reveals 'Worst Conditions' Ever Witnessed

Mark Levin

01:03 min | 2 months ago

Border Patrol Operation Reveals 'Worst Conditions' Ever Witnessed

"Border patrol they say they've uncovered this is all part of that operation joined task force alpha the found you know just Wednesday at the southern border or flatbed trucks with cargo crates of bodies with suitcases and bodies and water tanks and bodies you know just another day They say they've seen the worst conditions ever witnessed As part of this operation And then you add into this all the others that have died trying to swim across the Rio Grande Small children dropped babies that have been dropped over the border You know how you perhaps have seen some of those images You know the images you haven't seen The ones where the babies don't make it Not a comfortable conversation is it Yeah there's really nothing that is comfortable About this level of inhumanity Is there

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Frank Figliuzzi: DeSantis Violated the Law Transporting Illegals

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:00 min | 2 months ago

Frank Figliuzzi: DeSantis Violated the Law Transporting Illegals

"An NBC, check this out. Cut number two. NBC News national security contributor, Frank, fig liuzi, talking to a progressive radio host on SiriusXM. Oh, yeah, Florida's got an immigration problem. No. They didn't swim over. They were in Texas and the center center Florida plane just because he wants in on the stunt, right? He wants to say, yeah, I hate brown people as much as everybody else does, right? I'm in on this. And so, yeah, I do think there's a violation of law. It's not the trafficking law, but it's the law that says you can't transport undocumented migrants across state lines. Is there a criminal penalty with that law do you know of him? That's enough. I got to tell you something right now and I want to get your reaction to this. I'm going to tell you this. If illegal immigration is as important an issue to the American people as I believe it is, the Republicans just secured a giant midterm election victory.

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The Little Mermaid Is 'Woke'

The Officer Tatum Show

01:12 min | 2 months ago

The Little Mermaid Is 'Woke'

"They've made The Little Mermaid black. Why does Little Mermaid have to be black? Why can't you just make another character or another cartoon? Why do you need to change the character to a black girl? I don't understand. So what do they do? In the spirit of virtue signaling, they make a little trailer and then there's a trend right now that shows the mermaid swimming and then when she come out of the water, she pop up and obviously she's Brown and these parents are recording and brainwashing their children. The next generation of idiots, they're pushing out into the world. They say, wow. Little Mermaid looks like me. So what about the mixed kids? Little Mermaid don't look like you shit darker than you. What about the albinos? Albino kids ain't black? They may be come from black parents, but they white. My cousin, albino, he came in, he got to wear sunglasses. He came to go outside, that burned his eyes. He like a vampire. He don't look like me. His skin ain't Brown. He looked like the original mermaid.

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How US Amateur Champ Sam Bennett Developed His Swing

Fore The People

01:24 min | 2 months ago

How US Amateur Champ Sam Bennett Developed His Swing

"I'll tell you this, though, Sam, so like you said, and I don't know, these are like, I mean, I say this in all due respect. But these people are like maybe back bitches. But anybody that would tell you that you're swing is like not going to hold up or you're back's going to get hurt or whatever bullshit like your swing is awesome, man. Like tell me, I mean, you said that you learned how to hit certain shots like whatever. I mean, I teach people golf. You have a great golf swing and I mean, someone that would say that would just look because you're, you know, whatever your flexible you're young and getting to serve positions or whenever that old people can. But tell me about how you learned to just swing the club in general. Was it money games? Like you just built it under pressure doing that as a kid or did you have an instructor? Yeah, well, never had a lesson in my life. You know, it was a good athlete, every sport, really. And I just had a coordination and I tried to step for the game, and I thought it just makes sense if I want to hit this is strictly what I do if I want to hit a cut, line up left and swing left. I want to hit a draw. Why don't I write and swim right? And that's kind of what I do. That was amazing. The other day. And I do exactly this when I'm swinging it bad. He said he goes on the range and he hits tons of big cuts and big draws to just neutralize his fling and I really like that a lot.

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Woman Banned From Local YMCA

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:49 min | 3 months ago

Woman Banned From Local YMCA

"Last segment I was telling you that I really believe that right now, and that is crucial right now in American history. I believe second to disabled people conservatives are the most discriminated against group in the country. Now this story that I'm about to report on proves my point very well. Some of you may have heard this, it barely made national news which really upset me because I think it should have been on the front page of all of these newspapers. There was an 80 year old Washington state woman who was banned from her local YMCA. She has been a member of that lie. For ready for this, 35 years. She was banned from that lie a few weeks ago. Because she saw a transgender individual in the women's locker room, she says, watching four and 5 little girls pulling down their suits in order to use the toilet. This woman, her name is Julie, actually, so automatically I have a proclivity to like her. She's got a good name. Her name is Julie jamon. But I like her on top of that because she's a hero. Again, she says that after she was done swimming in the pool that she's been going to for 35 years, she went into the locker room and saw an employee with a man's voice, and who looked like a man, watching these little kids changing. And ready for this, she told the man get out of here. I'm coding her. I asked if he had a penis, and he said, it was none of my business. I told that man to get out right now. Julie, if you are listening, you are my hero.

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Miranda Devine: Facebook Was First to Censor Hunter Biden Laptop Story

The Dan Bongino Show

01:35 min | 3 months ago

Miranda Devine: Facebook Was First to Censor Hunter Biden Laptop Story

"Thing Miranda Devine who wrote the book laptop from hell and disclosure I published that book and it's a great book about the Hunter Biden laptop Miranda Devine tweeted out instantly mocking Zuckerberg about his claims like oh we weren't as bad as Twitter because Twitter straight up banned the New York Post and others and we just reduced the distribution She says this is such BS quote Facebook was the first to censor Hunter Biden's laptop story The morning it was published on October 14th 2020 Andy stone Facebook's communications manager issued a statement via Twitter at 1110 a.m. Stone used to work at a damn super PAC and John Kerry for president's campaign Now again it's not that the Democrats lie in BS people We get all that That's not breaking news I'm not going to waste your time stating the obvious What should bother you is the brazenness of this right here and that nothing has happened to these people at all Facebook is still swimming in hundreds of billions of dollars in assets the left doesn't care at all because they love totalitarianism and censorship And Miranda the vine is acknowledging right here that the guy who's communicating is the public face to Facebook as a ban a story that would dramatically impact the Democrat nominee for president right before the election in October The guy who's doing it used to work for John Kerry for president them super PAC and they're not even ashamed No one said to him Andy Maybe it's not a good idea that you do this given your party affiliation maybe we let someone else

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The Things You Are Paying for at Colleges

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

02:00 min | 3 months ago

The Things You Are Paying for at Colleges

"Should we have to pay for the gender studies majors and the goat yoga people? Is that a thing? It's a thing. Google it. It's a thing. There are some schools that are actually advertising infinity pools. You say, what is an infinity pool? Those are rooftop pools that make it look like you're going to swim over the edge. Which is a little bit. These are you would expect that at some sort of a high end posture resort, not the local university or college. But this is what they're doing. They're squandering our tax money. Who needs to go on a vacation when you can just go to college? Yes. Just do the actual campus that is. No, exactly. I mean, when you look at all the buildings going up, we're paying for all of that stuff. That's true. Michigan technical Michigan technological university. They have a campus on campus, ski resort. A 112 acres of ski friendly terrain. Pomona college. They have an annual ski beach day. They actually have buses that take the college kids to the beach and a mountain resort for fun in the snow and the ocean. Oh, that sounds like a lovely day. Boston University looks some of these schools are private, I get it. Boston University, 26 story glass dorm, a condo with private bathrooms, walk in closets, and you get your own complimentary flat screen TV. Pretty snazzy. The university of Missouri. You guys have a lazy river that runs through campus. There's also a sauna and Whirlpool, hot tubs, and an on campus beach club. There's also a racquetball court and various other full courts where endless games. This is unbelievable stuff here. The university of Wisconsin in Madison. The student union has a bowling alley, art gallery climbing wall, billiard hall,

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Victor Davis Hanson Discusses Trump Derangement Syndrome

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:05 min | 3 months ago

Victor Davis Hanson Discusses Trump Derangement Syndrome

"Drill down on one of the things you mentioned there. So be schloss, who previously before Trump was a presidential historian with many books to his credit, has come out as clearly one of these patients of Trump derangement syndrome who gives interviews about how oh and by the way people are executed for treason and the espionage act. But it's one thing to have a talking head or a man of letters say that professor. But when, as you noted, the former director of central intelligence, a general, a retired general in the air force, retweets that and says, sounds right to me. Have we come to some qualitative change in the substantive nature of the republic? Are we at a place that we have inside? Did they talk about did leading commentators and former government officials talk about executing Nixon in the 70s? No, that was a fringe element among the hard left. The street left, but not the establishment, but what we're seeing with somebody like Michael Hayden is that this is a serial behavior. He would compare Trump's immigration policies to the death camps at Auschwitz, and then not to be not to be embarrassed by that. He was one of the 50 so called officers. Yeah. And he said that hunter lapsed cough was Russian disinformation, which even hunter didn't claim. Hunter didn't deny that it was his. So there's this group of people Liz Cheney, Michael Hayden, Michael Bess laws, a Bill kristol, John Bolton, that they're so acculturated to the waters of Washington, and they swim in those waters that they feel that when they come down from on high and make these statements, it has an effect. And it has no effect. Nobody listens to them. So then rather than correct or be self reflective, they double down and double down. And then they get past the point of caricature.

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Jonah Hill Can No Longer Take Making Public Appearances

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

02:17 min | 3 months ago

Jonah Hill Can No Longer Take Making Public Appearances

"Jonah Hill will no longer be participating in any public events or press to promote his future projects. Did you hear that? He's not gonna promote them. Not even his upcoming documentary called stunts. He directed it. And it explores Jonah Hill's long-standing journey with therapy, anxiety, and panic attacks. And he said, I finished directing my second film, a documentary about me and my therapist, which explores mental health in general called stutz, the whole purpose of making this film as they give therapy and the tools I've learned in therapy to a wide audience for private use through an entertaining film. And to that I say, isn't it obvious those tools aren't working? If you can't talk about the film, then the tools are not working, Jonah. He continued. Through this journey of self discovery within the film, I've come to the understanding that I've spent nearly 20 years experiencing anxiety attacks, which are exacerbated by media appearances in public facing events. Oh, bullshit. I don't buy it. This guy's such a softie. Remember he couldn't take his shirt off for a while. He told everybody I can't take my shirt off, I was throwing my 30s. When he went to swimming, he said he's very grateful that the personal documentary was gonna premiere at a prestigious film festival this fall. And he noted his excitement to share the project with the public with the hope that it will help those struggling. How do you think those who are struggling will feel about you who is clearly struggling and the fact that you can afford a big time therapist with all the money you make is something's not right here, something that jiving. You won't see me at out there promoting this film or any of my other upcoming films. While I take this important step to protect myself, I know it's so scary, it's so scary. Those people with the cameras and the those vicious women who work for Entertainment Tonight are different magazines. Unbelievable.

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 Brain-eating amoeba suspected in 2nd Midwest death

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 3 months ago

Brain-eating amoeba suspected in 2nd Midwest death

"Brain eating amoeba is suspected in a second Midwest death I'm Lisa dwyer with the latest health officials say a child likely died from a rare infection caused by a brain eating amoeba after swimming in the elkhorn river in eastern Nebraska last weekend If confirmed it would be the second death in the Midwest this summer from a potentially fatal infection caused by the naegleria Valerie amoeba health officials in Missouri say of resident died in July after likely ingesting the amoeba at a southwestern Iowa Lake researchers believe climate change may be contributing to an increase in infections since 2000 People are usually infected when water containing the amoeba enters the body through the nose while swimming or diving into

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Unleashing the Beast: A New IRS

The Trish Regan Show

01:15 min | 3 months ago

Unleashing the Beast: A New IRS

"Appalled here because somehow the answer to not having enough tax revenue is to just, oh, hire more IRS agents and then you'll be all set. Look, again, I'm not advocating that people not pay their taxes. Let me be very clear on that because it's actually critical that people pay what they owe, otherwise will turn into a country like Greece, which if you recall during the European debt crisis, it came to light that nobody was actually really paying what they owed. There was this huge underground economy and I think one example they showed us was swimming pools, right? Because you had to pay a certain tax, you had a swimming pool and so nobody had a swimming pool allegedly and then it turned out when you went and did these aerial photos from high above in a plane. It turned out they're all these swimming pools. What do you know, right? So people were trying to avert the taxes that they would otherwise face. And this is what happens if you live in an economy where the government is so onerous as to tax, in fact, too much, which we can save that debate for another time. I would just argue in this particular instance that it's going to have the opposite of the intended effect. In other words,

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"swimming" Discussed on iMore

iMore

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"swimming" Discussed on iMore

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06:37 min | 1 year ago

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"Us can we put in fourteen. Yeah i think. I kind of agree. I feel like it's got to be just like i don't know if they're gonna put her on the pro max or it's literally just going to be like a special edition that you can. You can get or something because it doesn't really make a lot of sense. I don't think most consumers would be jumping specifically at titanium over. You know the that they use now especially since like like you said the the most vulnerable party. Your phone which will always be the most vulnerable party. You're from regardless of how strong say they can make. It will be the glass parts of your phone. It will be the glass right. That is the most last will be always the most vulnerable party. Your phone so like although baron in the chat brings up an interesting point. Titanium is later. It's not lighter than aluminum. No but steel. Yeah it's later than steel. I on the pro. That's what's on the pro phones. Stainless steel right. Now see that that would be a compelling that would be very as someone who laments the weight of this thing. Often i mean. Let's be real the glass on on. It is a big part of that but right right but if you can shave off a few ounces fight using a lighter metal yes yeah. Yeah so stephen. Perry in the chat. suggests fourteen ti which at that point. Oh that just feels like a troll of video and they're they're ti line of graphics cards. Just get do it do it do. Yeah look at me. Apple do it. Yeah if they're if they're using titanium it has to. I would say in place of the stainless steel that makes sense. It's not gonna it's not gonna be the which will be reserved for the pro models right. That will be for the or the or the whatever. So i guess that makes sense. It's nice to make it lighter. I mean i. I haven't actually. It's been a while since. I've held a mac size phone but i know that they are a bit of a. You know a brute in a in a way they are definitely heavy. When you're carrying around in you're right. Oh gosh eight at that word. We're so yeah tight. Titanium would be lighter than ben steel. So i guess that you know that there is a benefit to be had for those specific phones. But i don't. I don't see that coming to light. That's definitely not going to be somebody that would come to like all the phones. I don't think they would just switch them doesn't hurt. We know we're just be more expensive. They wouldn't there would be no benefits over aluminum. But i understand the benefits over steel. I said i'm just. I'm just thinking of the apple watch because the the titanium apple watch is more expensive than the stainless steel apple watch which is more expensive than the aluminum apple watch. So that's what leads me to think that maybe it's a whole other tier of phones. But i hope they don't buy for the line. That much will one of the things on one of the things to think about Regarding team in the context of the apple watch is that type the titanium apple watch. I think sold technically as an addition like a very like comparatively cheap edition to what like the ceramic watches. Were or the gold old one. That was ten thousand dollars. Yeah but look. If i'm gonna spend ten thousand dollars on the smartwatch avante. Do i worked in the apple store during the time that they the gold apple watch was available. And i still to this day have never seen one in realize. I think i think going with the gold coloring on stainless steel and even a gold one. I think that's the play enough. Yeah that's your stable. You got the gold towns that people like without the absorbent price tag that they definitely don't know that yet The i mean they've been working with titanium on the app watch i think. Just what did introduce that with the series five or the series six. I can't remember. I think it was the series. Five was the start of titanium but they still keep this stainless steel ones around. I don't think they would sell. I think this would just be the proline. This wouldn't be an a new addition. I don't know about i keep thinking about this. And this is where my like. My snooty apple fan really comes out and like making special edition. Phones is what other companies do like other companies make special edition like android phone makers often makes special edition phones with special leather covers or things like that. I mean when when apple comes out with a a mid-year color that's kind of like they don't say special edition that's the purple recently and then in past years product rabbit has been amid cycle release. That's kind of like a special but it's let's see that's the thing that's just that is just a new color that's been added to the existing lineup. It's not like a new material right. that's true you know that you know that being said like i agree with you joe but at the same time it's like if apple sees that there is a you know there is some sort of other market that they could target you know like the premium the premium materials smartphone market. We're just small but it's there there's a reason why other you know other companies make you know you know fancier special editions like if they have if they have something in that place right just other kind of covering all their bases. I feel like apple has been. I've talked about this before. They've been expanding their lineups to sort of like cover different price points to sort of like hit more more people i think and so if they think that there's a there's room there's room for them to squeeze in there. I don't necessarily see why they would shy away from especially if it could be especially if it can be like quote unquote just as easy as like maybe offering a different material on a pro phone that that appeal to somebody who likes fancy things. Stephen and the comments says that titanium's easier to colorado. I think he's asking if eighteen. Yeah i don't know about the properties of titanium. You might be. Actually the case walking actually black phone again and line instead of graphite space gray or brown hines of colors like let's to pink and purple..

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05:48 min | 1 year ago

"swimming" Discussed on iMore

"Then that actually brings me to an interesting question Do we think that this is the year they get rid of the iphone. Ten are and replaced with the eleven. I was honestly so surprised that it was still around last year to be honest but i agree. I agree with you look bad i think i think the iphone ten probably due to retire and and i think rightfully so for sure and especially if they if they are working on a new iphone. Se and they do plan on releasing that you know not every four years but maybe on a more consistent schedule or something like that might I think that would definitely replace anything like the the iphone. Ten are kind of offers people. So so that's four ninety. Nine eleven will move into that spot. The ten are really was i think a groundbreaking phone in a way because it was the first. It wasn't like the it wasn't the top of the line but it wasn't like the bottom of the line either. It was the first sort of mid range phone that was widely popular. It was the phone that i would recommend to just about everybody. It's weird because they had tried something like that. A few years prior with the iphone. Five c which is really. That was an iphone five in a plastic in colorful plastic casing a weird one that i feel like the five c with sort of a niche product. It was like that bright skittles candy shell and it wasn't popular. 'cause i think it just it didn't look i don't know it looks like a toy phone whereas the ten are really looked like an adult phone really fun colors too. So big is a big boy. Phone yeah i mean like everybody in my family bought the ten are and they all got different colors so it was really it was just. I thought it was a really good phone. I didn't buy it myself. Because i had the i had the ten and the tennis and enough. I the flagship. Whatever you want but But i was the one that when my friends asked me. What should i get that. I would tell them to get at that time. Iphone ten are when recommend it now. Just because it's so old. So i really think apple's going to drop it from the lineup. This time around. There's just no reason to buy it. I mean like my aunt who i told you. I told her to get the like her daughter was telling her to get the the ten are. She's like oh you just getting us. You know an older foul not not used. Get an older phone. It'll just it'll be cheaper. And i'm like no you keep phones for five years. Don't buy a phone. that's already three years old. That keep the around anymore. No one and the ten are starts off more expensive than the sec. Right now it's that boggles my mind. Like i guess that it has the new you know. The newer form factor in face idea and staff. But it's just like over wentworth. That like i don't think that's worth it. I i would. I really unless for some reason. You're a die hard face. id person in. You can't spend the money to get like. I just can't see a place for it anymore. Like i was really surprised after the like i was really surprised. If it's still around. Last year i was like i don't see the value really anymore and in its day it was it was like yeah when a guy out past and it's it's time to drop it off the lineup now. So we're moving moving on from what apple's going to sell this year where it's happened. We've we've crossed the barrier into two thousand twenty to fall twenty twenty two iphones because there's report out this week about the iphone fourteen. God help us all so yeah. We've got our i think. Our i like solid iphone fourteen rumor. That doesn't really come as part of a report on the iphone thirteen. It's like oh and the twenty twenty two phones do this this and this no the iphone. Fourteen is reportedly gonna have at least some models are going to have a titanium chassis which okay yeah i had to say. That's the thing. I don't really care about it. That's nice. i am sure it's really nice. It looks nice. It probably scratches last right. It's listen Jaffer but because of how many people's iphones like not the glass but the phone part scratch turbo. Have you ever heard of. Somebody's iphone breaking without breaking the glass. Yeah i would imagine. This is for the pro level phones and so the the standard financial stay aluminum. Steel isn't exactly known for its high malleability. You know it's not. It doesn't dent extremely easily. It's a very strong metal so What what is the purpose of to titanium. I wonder maybe maybe it's the iphone fourteen pro max. Maybe it's just that it with an was of titanium chassis because that is that is a huge phone and maybe people drop it more often and apple has that kind of data if they're gonna drop a phone. It's the glass that's gonna break not not the metal baby. It's an it's a whole titanium phone and they've found they figured out technologies display to put a display onto titanium directly like. I don't understand the point of this. Maybe it'll be a new line like that iphone. Fourteen t. o..

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06:56 min | 1 year ago

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"Probably but i'm not i'm not actually entirely. That's an interesting question. It definitely doesn't work on non one. Max that's no like i did. Try it on my macbook air. Just for the hell of it. Which is an older medicare. That's an intel mac which does have touch. Id but like that. Touch id sensor does nothing for it So but i'm not sure if it would work on another 'em when like if i if i if i can to 'em one you know macbook air macro that'd be interesting interesting concept because right but as of right. Now they're not even selling. I don't think so. They're not even selling those keyboards separately right. So yeah only selling them with the max right now. So maybe maybe they wouldn't. Maybe it is a neck specific thing. I'm not sure yeah. I kind of hope. I kind of hope that they eventually saw them. Just because if people like the colors which i tend to like the color nice but also dislike if you needed a replacement keyboard for whatever reason you spill coffee on your keyboard and you don't have covered by whatever it'd be nice to be able to order the same keyboard. Yeah i for macaroni nurse and things like that. But so here's hoping that eventually comes. But yeah i'm not entirely sheriff that if that i d if that touch id would work on a on one mack like another one a different version. Yeah it's I think face. I think people have long wanted face idea the mac. I just hope they can make it make more sense than touchscreen max and i still think that's a bad idea. My opinion that scipio lots of joe. That's true that is absolutely true. The other part of this rumor though is face eighty would becoming too all iphones and ipads so right. Now we've got face. Idee under the flagship iphones you know. The twelve twelve pro Face eighty on the ipad pro. But i mean face idea on the rest of apple's lineup so face iden- the iphone se face id in the air and ipad mini and regular ipad. Are we are we all on board face. Id for the mobile devices. i'm curious. I'm curious what that means in terms of like things like the iphone. Se the or the you know the regular ipad or ipad many other. The ipad mini is rumored to be getting a redesign with the ipad mini sex. I m curious if that means they would all go to the new design bright like the or like the new designs. Yeah the point but the like near lists or the edge to edge design. Have you wanna call it. I'm curious if they would all sorts of that and they would go. Maybe like the iphone x. Are route where they like. Make it out of cheaper materials right like maybe it's an lcd screen and seven. Oh well led And things like that. And i would be on board for that. It'd be nice to have you know if they make the next iphone. Se just like sort of like a more souped up. You know like an iphone x. czar but like the sort of like the next iteration of that ten are sorry. Keep saying extra because that's what people do all right. True ten often called the iphone x. Because i'm silly. And i almost think that name would be worse. If they wrote out like the arabic numeral ten and then our. I think. I think ten with a rome. Relax actually works better. Visually weight is does does mess. You up but yes like like the iphone ten are. I'm curious if that's the route. Go and then like the cheaper. You know the more budget models if they if they if they keep that that sort of the or the new sort of design. I think that'd be cool. I would be on board for that for sure. That'd be nice. I mean they're already part of the way there with the ipad air. I mean that's and lcd display. Yeah totally yeah. I mean i think it just makes sense that that face ideas going to be the the norm going forward. I mean you know. The cost of technology is always going down so when the cost of putting face idea into everything gets low enough astronaut butter. Then you know we've it feels like we've had it for so long but it. We do need to remember that face. Id as a consumer technology is only four years old at this point. Like debuted on the iphone ten and that was only four years ago. That's while they think about that because We've been having we've been having this over the last year you know we've been having this debate. Debate does apple need to bring touch. Id back to the flagship iphone. Which i think we're all on the same page of yeah. Please do like that. Invasive eddie let's you know biometrics for everyone of everyone's choice. More more options is always better for the downside to it other than cost and when the cost comes down seriously i feel. Apple would avoid removing touch. Id from the iphone se. So i do think they'd want to be able to do both of them in one device at that lower price point long. Yeah because it i mean. It's the lower cost phone but it's also in many ways. The safety blanket phone. That's not a criticism. It's good that that exists that a safety blanket exists. Because you know some people are just never going to get on board with an only touch. Id phone the notch or the new shape. They just want the the familiar iphone that works the way it always does right so yeah i think i think that would be. I would hope and at least that would be important for apple as cool as it would be to have an iphone iphone. Se that eventually takes the shape of an iphone. Many you know low cost and small like the original. I think apple should focus on that being a just sort of the comfort product. Leave the The innovation as it were to the flag models as for pads one of the things. I always thought his face eddy makes a i like face. Id on the iphone. I love face. It on the ipad so the more of that we get the better. I'm a little surprised. It hasn't happened already. Like i was actually a little disappointed last year that they didn't put face the on the ipad air. But like you said. Karen cost. Yeah all right so before we Before we go any further. Karen why don't you tell us about this week's sponsor. Hey i'm more show fans we're gonna make a quick take a quick second talk about hover one of our sponsors. We know you love tech and hover. A great tech company to talk about hover is a jumping off point for a ton.

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07:32 min | 1 year ago

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"Mark whenever you have more specificity share it with all of us but yeah i mean i think a lot of people were surprised when the especially the amac the new i matt came out with the m one chip in it. Didn't have face idee. Has i mean. I understand that at the same time face. I d like it won't face it. He won't work when it's too far from your face for good reason. Yeah i yeah. I was curious about that too. Like i mean i love. I've always loved touch. Id and i'm i like you know i've always said in a perfect world. Let's have both. We'll get to on apple products for sure. But i was. I was really happy with my new. I mac the twenty twenty one. I mac that it did like i was. I got the touch. Id keyboard and that's been awesome. Because i have touch id on my old mac book air is well on. It's just it's great a love. It and i was always wondering like face idea would be cool but like how am i going to lean in to like get properly or you know. I i feel like you know. They could probably adjusts the sensors or maybe use big sensors so that you can sit like a normal distance away from your computer but like you know then that that causes other issues too and how you know i mean the the great thing about the iphone the fact that like you know you can't be right up next to it but you're like fairly close to it as like even typically in like darker environments the like light from the screen is like usually kind of enough and like would that be the same on your computer. It's like it's the same thing. I had my same issue quote unquote with like face ideas just like you know the instances where it's where it's useful are great. But there are still instances where it's like. It seems more cumbersome to do than just like touch. Id center but having both would be great. That's the that's the. That's the ultimate goal. I think always the goal is just to make it. Seamless the the correct owner of any device able to get an quickly and without having to think about. Oh i have to do. Xyz what was the best biometric for you. That's why like said it would be nice to have both because somebody will definitely have strong feelings about one versus the other so one of the questions. I have about this about specifically on the mac. Because you know for anyone who's used face. it on the iphone. You know you. You're you're buying an app off of items or a movie or something off the off the app store you you have to click the button and then scan your face i mean. Is there a button. You're gonna need to click on your mac caserta special button. Can you set it to any button. Just say no it's me. I'm here mir scan my face. I authorized this because i use. I have windows. Hello on my windows. Computer that i built. I have a logitech. Iv logitech webcam. That has that is compatible with that. Actually the weird thing about that. Is it It says it doesn't work when you're too close. You have to back up for that particular camera in order for it to scan your face but the way that works like One password for windows is windows. Hello compatible and so when you scan your face to open to quickly open one password you also have to authorize it by clicking an okay button and i wonder like is there a point where it's not even worth it if people already have touch. Id with their max roy mo like most m one mac at most m one mac owners have touch id because most of them have either a macbook pro macbook air. Because books are apple's most popular computers. If you have to if you have to touch something on your keyboard than what's what was the point of the face idea in the first place right Yeah and what's the point of controlling your face a move in moving your head all around when you could just put your finger on a button. I mean if you have to control your face then. I think they shouldn't even bother putting face idea and i feel like if they're if they're gonna put face. Id into computer. It's going to have to be Contextualized for that particular device. So that you don't have to you know. Stick your face way forward or do anything weird with your face for me. I think about the place. Where faced eddie would be really useful. The people for whom it would be very useful are think like i mac owners be cut specifically because they're going to be a lot of people who get an imac but wanna use a different keyboard they don't wanna to use the the apple touch. Id kidnapped like me. Like i have this great mechanical keyboard out in front of me. I love it if i get an amac. I don't need the i don't need new keyboard. they'll send me one anyway just because they don't they. Don't send i max without keyboards right in that case it Having faced idea would be helpful and then you have to hit like the the the return key or something like that. It's not such a big deal. I think it would be really useful if apple were to make a standalone touch. Id but you just put it on your desk and you just have a copper. We know we know they can do it now. They cut it just seems inelegant. You can't so was the eyesight camera. Standalone eyesight camera was deeply elegant. But somebody who who like. I use the magic keyboard quite often. Because i'm i'm fine with them but on occasion i do use a different bluetooth keyboard. Just because i. It's a little more useful. When i'm switching between the multiple desktops i have going on And so i occasionally use that on certain days like actually using that bluetooth keyboard right now and like i do miss the ability to have touch. Id when. I don't when i'm not using a the magic keyboard. So having a way to you know authenticate having like face idea. If i had in this nice i mak camera. Then that would be like an ideal way to not have to be tied to that to that magic keyboard. I haven't all. I've always kind of liked the keyboard. I happen to be like that. But i know lots of people do not prefer mechanical keyboards something. That's much more ergonomic and and whatnot so that would be. I agree with you like it's probably even makes more sense for friday amac owners for sure. i mean for for laptop owners like touch. Id is right there. You're not from that unless you're like on your desk. Yeah unless you're using it as a more of a you know desktop setup like then you might not be be right near it but even then like you probably reach over and touch it pretty easily and even if you are using it in a desktop setup you are likely you do likely us you do likely use an external keyboard of some kind Actually i forget. Look maybe maybe you know this off the top of your head may be dumped but the new touch. Id keyboard that comes with the new. Max does that work with other. Max like could i use the touch. Id but none that to mock other. One max. I'm actually not sure. And since i don't have another m one mac i wouldn't be able to test myself but i like.

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07:48 min | 1 year ago

"swimming" Discussed on iMore

"I did text could be part of that I also think that there's a psychological thing when when people started to come out. I mean we're not out of it but people started to like go out into the world again a little bit people starting to get vaccinated like this feeling of optimism and sort of this release of pent up emotion. I don't know how and that can result in people spending money like i been cooped up for a year. I haven't said foot out out of my house. I haven't bought anything. I haven't done anything. I'm going to go out and spend some money just as simple as that but one of the iphone number. It's it's absolutely wild to me. But i wonder if there's one coming out in a couple of months and i wonder if there's just a it's just a You know a phone like what what is what's the word. I'm looking for like a a phone upgrade cycle that we're missing here. Maybe there's a big upgrade cycle in the spring as well and not just the fall. I don't think that's i think it's more pandemic relate. I think a lot of mall were kinda like just stuck in place kind of frozen. And i'm not gonna spend money. I'm just gonna stay home. I'm going to just you know work when i can do it. I can not gonna go anywhere. I don't need a new phone. I'm just gonna. I'm going to hang onto this old junker for a few more months. And then things started to left and maybe people felt more free to finally upgrade the phone. They've been meaning to upgrade. For a long time. I would be very curious to see Which iphone was the most popular. This quarter i find the gas. I i would think it would be the iphone twelve but i watch it was. This is fine with the iphone. Twelve minutes that would be funny. Surge the iphone se big part of the hour. Yeah especially if people were were saving their money. I mean that's if you're saving your money. I mean really the iphone. Essy's the phone dubai unless you absolutely have to have the latest and greatest and eventually gets to be that the the iphone se is essentially the latest and greatest just minus the the face site in full screen like the outer. Shell is old but the innards. They're they're good. They're good as before. I think there's always going to be an audience for this. Kind of like my. My aunt for example did buy an iphone. Se in that in that last quarter because she had an iphone six or six s that she'd been hanging onto the battery was like pretty much toast and she was constantly complaining about the battery but she's like well. It doesn't matter because i don't go. i don't go anywhere anyway. What differences of my battery sucks. And she did finally this last quarter by new phone. She asked me what phone to buy. I told get the iphone se. And she's very happy with it. So i think there are people like her that that just like us. I can eka few more months out of this crappy old phone. But now i need to upgrade. Think based on recent rumors. Now's the time to start eeking if if you want like a new like the latest and greatest iphone se. I think we're probably i mean. Rumors are we're looking at a another spring upgrade for that. We didn't get one this year. Obviously but then the last time i got an iphone. se update. It was twenty sixteen. You know i say update it was Four years in between the first one the second one so a shorter cycle on the iphone. Se that'd be great so yeah time to start eeking if you if you want an eight fifteen in your iphone se is what i guess right i will. I will argue that people who are buying. Se phones. Don't know or care about chipsets true. That's true. I mean even if you were to buy one now you you'd have a great phone for years. I mean look how long the iphone six s. is getting supported like it's still getting iowa's fifteen yeah. I mean her only complaint about her success. Was that the the battery she get the battery battery replaced. Said no. don't spend more money on this phone right. Yeah there's this isn't a car. This is not a car. Yes oh absolutely. Mammoth results from apple. I did want to talk about what's so. Let's talk about this. We we touched on it a bit. But yes Masks going to be required once again in the majority of us apple stores. So we've been seeing some panama or some survivors case urges In the us and so apple has made the call. You need to have masks inside there. Some localities across the country that have said that officially put out mass new mass mandates. So if you're heading to an apple store take your mask just to be safe stale and it's always in my purse my car. No one who doesn't know me outside of the podcast audience has seen the bottom half of my face or my nose in over here. It added knows cousin jets. How do we not okay. We're not get the mass goes over the nose to if you have it down here it's basically you're basically doing nothing right on my chin. The chin warmer a lot of people do that when they're like walking around like i've seen people go from store to store and they come out of the store. Whatever they take their mask down on their chander. Whatever it is what it is. Yeah well it will do what they want. I mean it's better than nothing. Obviously when you go into the store haven't properly on. But i mean theoretically you shouldn't ever be weighing in on your chan- if you should be washing or getting rid of a mask ever take it off or whatever before but i understand that that's not always feasible. So i i know people who never managed to get the mask over their nose in throughout the entire pandemic. Oh yeah there's definitely those people who are either doing a willfully ignorant or just on willfully ignorant. I guess that's a topic for another. Podcast is a different show. I'm not. I'm not as well versed with what's going on the states when it comes to covent obviously i. I kind of know what's going on here in canada and specifically in my province but yeah we're i don't know our numbers are really really low right now but like obviously we are concerned. We should be concerned about delta. And how that's going to affect specifically you know. I mean they'll be breakthrough infections with a with a vaccine as well but it's probably going to hit our unvaccinated population quite a bit which can obviously make our hospital situation. Not great like it. Was you know a few months ago. And so it's still a whole cycle and we're not really out of the woods yet. Know i don't wanna dwell too much on. Yeah staff just just just. This is for both employees and customers so if you see an apple employee without a mask an area where they need a mask yell at them or you know. Say something maybe apple. I pretty tight ship. I highly doubt that any employees will get away with not following mask rules. Moving from bad news potential good news. I think it's good news anyway. we've got some. We've got some new rumors Coming from mark gherman who is fairly reliable. You might know face. Id could be on. Its way to all iphones and ipads and macs within a couple of years now. Of course that.

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"swimming" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

15:24 min | 1 year ago

"swimming" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Hundred. Seventy nine dollars shipping august eleventh. If you can get one. Amd is not pulling any punches. It said we're doing our best to get supply but the demand is unprecedented and also the supply constraints are real so we are working with those situations at hand. It's amazing when you when you look at For example look if the steam survey. And i'm shocked right now because only sixty eight percent of steam gamers are using ten eighty p monitors and that's down a significant probably down twenty percents From a few years ago. So that's kind of odd it literally ten. Adp people don't upgrade their monitors want to. They're going for frames per second. They don't want anything. It's going to slow down their their ability to go out and frag people I'm really curious to see how many minutes these are available for amd. He's not doing any cards. It's all third parties Availability still gonna be problematic And you know one of things. The upside is probably will work as a fourteen as a as a twenty five seats by fourteen forty card But man if you were ticked off about the thirty sixty pricing this is not making any happier points although it will compete with the thirty sixty talking about like two x sixteen sixty performance so nice card if you can get it. The wait with bated breath. Yeah i mean the the ability to even get one aside which renders rest of the conversation academic. I know but What do you think of three hundred seventy nine dollars as the price i you know it's it's it's really interesting. I was watching the alliance tips article of things. He pointed out he flat out. Said it doesn't matter what i think about the six hundred x t Because there's little it can be done about. Gp pricing right now on the upside. Everybody's predicting that that supplies going to release in in two thousand twenty two intel's coming online. Which what promises to be a very very powerful. Gpa you in twenty twenty two or more powerful than you would think based on the integrated graphics on cpu's Supply lines are becoming less problematic And china's crackdown on crypto mining. So all of a sudden there's a whole bunch of used cards being dumped on the market which is going to ease some of the demand there but really at this point. There's issues with parts. There's issues with building. There's issues with like you know. Bg greater ray assembly. On the the the the the gp's they can get made And the other thing is is even if you look at all that and minus did a great job walking through this where i know this from trying to get my house wired coppers up like you know a huge percent every material every raw material is up like a copper is doubled in the last year server orders and blow it up so there's people are competing for memory. Memories gone up. Fifty percent on contract pricing and spot pricing buying small amounts. Because you needed now up one hundred or two hundred percents It's a mess right now. The supply chains and mess. And you know. And they're still scalpers and they're still people out there trying to buy mining cards so good luck. Hopefully this is going to ease. I'm kind of just accepting. it's going to be twenty twenty two Before i find the car now i've set up saying that also out loud lots that i accidentally walk into micro center and right there. Yeah if you're ever in your favor by the way if you want to get a better handle on this whole logistics issue that's causing the supply chain. We've covered it pretty well from the production side But tomorrow on a special weekend edition of the show. We're going to have james thatcher big jim on to explain the shipping news side of it the logistic side of it it. Why aren't things getting even if they can make them. Why aren't they getting to where they go. Look for that in your feed tomorrow now. Let's turn it over to dan compos. Who wants a word with all of us. Did you know that awarded. Android means a human with the male rubble. Deputy wins the female equivalent of these. Wars is guide wanted to share that information. Another thing i would you eat. At these technology experts bulls. Are you looking for the latest on. Hp news tech insights and world innovations the hp tech talk. Podcast takes you straight to the source interviewing tax forms thought leaders and change makers i listen to an episode recently. About how the walt disney studio studio lab and their next generation. Technology is helping to advance the art of storytelling. Eric various doggett. A research scientist at studio lab broke down experiments within ai and machine learning that supports creatives in the filmmaking process. Hp tech talk brings you the people who are propelling businesses and industries forward. Listen and subscribe to h. P. e. tech. Talk wherever you get your. Podcasts invented china couple times on this episode already. China is continuing to crackdown down on technology companies. The ministry of industry information technology told twenty-five tech companies including alibaba and tencent to audit and rectify eight types of problematic behavior including pop-ups data collection and storage as well as the blocking of external links. Crackdown has been underway for months. Now some of it is stuff we would like in any country Stopping anticompetitive practices protecting consumer security. Some of it is letting big companies know that the communist party is still the boss but another reason that the chinese government has expressed itself often. Is that it wants these companies to invest in solid tech. That helps china achieved self-sufficiency sufficiency in other words once the ability for these companies to make microchips batteries. Robotics advanced materials. They don't want them making new social media platforms new e commerce platforms. Don't want any of that soft stuff. China has criticized what it calls and this is a quote disorderly expansion of capital engine in direction. China's very much been up until xi jinping will allow a little bit of free market because we get a benefit they seem to be changing their tune and stock markets have gotten the message alibaba and tencent built their businesses on platforms like social messaging. An e commerce lost nine and eleven percent of their stock price respectively chinese chip manufacturer though. Which has the communist. Party's favor right now. Up twenty five percent whilst journal notes that these industries may not grow as fast though which could negatively impact china's economy if they're shutting down the fast growing platforms but encouraging. Slow growth chip. That maybe isn't even going to sell outside of china. They won't employs. Many people won't have as many sales that won't get as many taxes and it's definitely giving the us and opportunity to impede chinese companies reuters sources. Say the us. Securities and exchange commission has stopped processing registrations for us ipo's from chinese companies because it wants to craft new guidance for investors about the risk of the regulatory. Crackdown in china. They wanna be able to say if you buy into this chinese stock. They may tell you you can't register new users after your ipo like happened to dd. Hsueh-sheng beyond that other countries are pursuing direct subsidies for the exact industries. China is trying to encourage the. Us senate voted for fifty two billion dollars for new semiconductor fabs. The e u s committed to doubling its share of global semiconductor manufacturing to twenty percent. South korea approved up to sixty five billion dollars to support semiconductor makers there japan promises to match any other country semiconductor aid and encourage data centers to locate their similar plans are underway and countries for batteries rare earth minerals and other sectors. So it's not like china can boost up it's chip industry and dominate the world. They're going to have a lot more competition. And we all regions face the same question of whether these investments will pay off which they may not governments attempting to direct. The chip marketplace is about to become commonplace former venture capitalist and current governor virginia. Mark warner told the wall street journal. The truth is you could have a panel. That makes exactly the right decisions. Technology could leapfrog and five years later. Valid choices you made in two thousand twenty. One could look pretty stupid. That's his exact words. However he still doesn't oppose the subsidies he believes if the us doesn't intervene to get fabs built there they will be built in china instead he says. This is the kind of bet. America has to make so. It's it's not so much about for me. Whether i think these folks are wrong or not. It's that we need to get used to the fact that this free open global marketplace where like well china bills the chips but it gets assembled down in taiwan and it gets sent all over the world. That's changing we're going to have a distributed supply chain. We're going to have countries trying to control that supply chain and it may not be as vibrant or adaptive agitated has been in the past. Because of that. And it's it's interesting to look at. It's you know if you've ever dropped a glass or lightbulb. And you're thinking about going back together like i feel like china's done so much to sort of encourage a whole lot of creativity entrepreneurship and now. They're yakking it back and i'm one. I'm really curious to see how that's going to end up. And whether or not they have as much as they do it. How extremists is gonna get over time. It's also really interesting looking at the idea that you know there's there's some part of me it's like globalism is okay if we're just exporting jobs for the cost of labor but now it's impeding with our ability to make huge amounts of money. You know like they're just realizing like wait a minute all of these things. We need to do these things for these things or keep are being a i. I'm really curious to see how this ends up. I zero issues with with bringing more manufacturing especially fabs need to the united states. I am really curious to see how that bet looks five years. There are some some really non-political reasons. Why have you fabs. Decentralized might be a good idea. A wages are catching up. Certainly in china but even in india africa would be your place where you could find some cheaper labor these days so this may not be good for subcontinent Countries in that they could have been getting fabs and maybe they won't But given that there is a level playing field it may make more sense for your supply. Chain to be like yeah. Make it near where. I'm going to sell it. I should have factories all over the world. If i'm going to sell to south. America have some fabs. They're going to sell in india. Have some fabs. They're going to sell the us. Canada have some fabs there. I mean also you know between the the trade wars involving the tariffs You know the fact that that ovid Revealed some some of the downs. Like all of this. The the the thing i keep seeing place after place after places like all of this just in time global manufacturing works flawlessly as long as nothing breaks down. But as soon as there's a glitch somewhere we end up in the situation where we are. Naree can't get ex. You can't get y you know this is going out of business or that companies failing and elvis sudden everything that made it sound fantastic. Is those from being or everything was was such. An extraordinary way to generate or maximize profits suddenly becomes a liability. Because you don't have cash reserves or you don't have resiliency because no competitors and you'll hear this tomorrow when we talked to jim big jim. The the global supply chain weathered the pandemic quite well It's short catch up and it's the misunderstanding of potential demand. That is the problem. And the other thing i keep thinking is but how often is a pandemic gonna happen. Do we want to design our entire supply chain for the worst case and lose the efficiency or should we be striking a little bit of a middle ground there because you know not not going to happen every year. I i agree. And that's the question. is it seatbelts. Which is like. It's better to be safe than sorry. Or is it something more restrictive. You're like well now. We've actually reduced the efficiency. That's that's the question. Ask right. I think it's a valid question If you've watched any of the olympic archery competitions this year you may have noticed a graphic show up in the lower left with a number and bpm and that number is often in the hundreds. And you'd be forgiven if you're looking at those archer standing there calmly eyeing their target to think maybe that bpm refers to the beats per minute of the death metal. They're listening to as they prepare to lose their arrow. They can't possibly be that calm and have that high of art rate but they do hundred forty beats per minute. it is the heart rate of the archer. If you see that. And i've seen that on the screen not every archer but some of them. The heart rate is being determined by software from panasonic that uses video from standard cameras. Placed twelve meters from the shooting lines and it measures subtle variations in face. Color that correspond to pulse all one hundred twenty eight. Archers were asked for permission to display their heart rate on the official olympics video feed all but six of them agreed so there will be some where you won't see it if they didn't agree but the rest were like. Yeah i'm curious. I wanna see everybody else's too so sure show mine while research hasn't found a connection between a lower heart rate and better aim. The number definitely conveys the level of stress. Each competitor is feeling and you can see when somebody shoots ten times. Their heart rate is lower than it was when they shot an eight panasonic is not the only one developing this kind of technology microsoft and alphabet also have projects underway and all of them are aiming toward medical settings not specifically archery. Doctors could use them with patient permission to help spot problems with the patients. Conditions by having a complete accurate record may be catching some spikes in the heart rate Sports are also interested though. Archers have pursued accurate measurements in the past they previously were some watches that weren't really accurate or consistent. Panasonic says it's system is better because it works on all skin tones and even biathlon is considering using it in its sport. That's the one where you run and shoot combined so heart rate make their you ski and then you stop for like thirty. So you're right. You're skiing pirates. thank you. I didn't Sorry by athletes Of course alongside the legitimate uses are concerned that contact with medical measurements could be used without people's permission or even awareness. If the wrong person is using this technology you know i was. I was shocked to realize that biathletes. Apparently you know there are like ninety percent of their of their The maximum heart rate when they're doing cross country skiing part but they only drop fifteen or twenty percent. Max when they start shooting so they actually sort of shoot between the heartbeats to have that that super into holding just. I couldn't believe i can hold. They could shoot that well with their their hearts going that fast. But it's fascinating interesting stuff and i was. I was like can't be accurate. That guy can't be standing there with one hundred forty three beats per minute but it currently early true head's going to explode. It's a classic case of everyone else's job looks easier when you're not doing it where they're standing there gonna shoot an arrow and it's like no. That's a lot of attention and that's a lot of stress. It's it's a it's a sport for real all right. Let's check out the mailbag our story on the knock yesterday and it's modular. Cpu cards reminded jerome that back in the early nineteen nineties wells american developed a plugin computer. Where the cpu is on replaceable card. Drome says the more things change the more they stay the same..

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"swimming" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

08:01 min | 1 year ago

"swimming" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"A research scientist at studio lab broke down experiments within ai and machine learning that supports creatives in the filmmaking process. Hp tech talk brings you. The people who are propelling. Businesses and industries forward listening. Subscribe to h. P. e. tech. Talk wherever you get your podcasts event to china a couple times on this episode already. China is continuing to crackdown down on technology companies. The ministry of industry information technology told twenty-five tech companies including alibaba and tencent to audit and rectify eight types of problematic behavior including pop-ups data collection and storage as well as the blocking of external links. Crackdown has been underway for months. Now some of it is stuff we would like in any country Stopping anticompetitive practices protecting consumer security. Some of it is letting big companies know that the communist party is still the boss but another reason that the chinese government has expressed itself often. Is that it wants these. Companies to invest in solid tech. That helps china achieved self-sufficiency in other words once the ability for these companies to make microchips. Batteries robotics advanced materials. They don't want them making new social media platforms new e commerce platforms. Don't want any of that soft stuff. China has criticized what it calls and this is a quote disorderly expansion of capital change in direction. China's very much been up until xi jinping will allow a little bit of free market because we get a benefit they seem to be changing their tune and stock markets have gotten the message alibaba and tencent built their businesses on platforms like social messaging and e commerce lost nine and eleven percent of their stock price respectively chinese chip manufacturer though which has the communist. Party's favor right now. Up twenty five percent whilst journal notes that these industries may not grow as fast though which could negatively impact china's economy if they're shutting down the fast growing platforms but encouraging. Slow growth chip. That maybe isn't even going to sell outside of china. They won't employs. Many people won't have as many sales that won't get as many taxes and it's definitely giving the us and opportunity to impede chinese companies reuters sources. Say the us. Securities and exchange commission has stopped processing registrations for us ipo's from chinese companies because it wants to craft new guidance for investors about the risk of the regulatory. Crackdown in china. They wanna be able to say if you buy into this chinese stock register new users after your ipo like happened to dd. Hsueh-sheng beyond that other countries are pursuing direct subsidies for the exact industries. China is trying to encourage in fact the. Us senate voted for fifty two billion dollars for new semiconductor fabs. The e u s committed to doubling its share of global semiconductor manufacturing to twenty percent. South korea approved up to sixty five billion dollars to support semiconductor makers there japan promises to match any other country semiconductor aid and encourage data centers to locate their similar plans are underway and countries for batteries rare earth minerals and other sectors. So it's not like china can boost up it's chip industry and dominate the world. They're going to have a lot more competition. And we all regions face the same question of whether these investments will pay off which they may not governments attempting to direct. The chip marketplace is about to become commonplace former venture capitalist and current governor virginia. Mark warner told the wall street journal. The truth is you could have a panel. That makes exactly the right decisions. Technology could leapfrog and five years later. Valid choices you made in two thousand twenty. One could look pretty stupid. That's his exact words. However he still doesn't oppose the subsidies he believes if the us doesn't intervene to get fabs built there they will be built in china instead he says. This is the kind of bet. America has to make so. It's it's not so much about for me. Whether i think these folks are wrong or not. It's that we need to get used to the fact that this free open global marketplace where like well china bills the chips but it gets assembled down in taiwan and it gets sent all over the world. That's changing we're going to have a distributed supply chain. We're going to have countries trying to control that supply chain and it may not be as vibrant or adaptive agitated has been in the past. Because of that. And it's it's interesting to look at. It's you know if you've ever dropped a glass or lightbulb. And you're thinking about going back together like i feel like china's done so much to sort of encourage a whole lot of creativity entrepreneurship and now. They're yakking it back and i'm one. I'm really curious to see how that's going to end up. And whether or not they have as much when they do it. How extremists is gonna get over time. It's also really interesting looking at the idea that you know there's there's some part of me it's like globalism is okay if we're just exporting jobs for the cost of labor but now it's impeding with our ability to make huge amounts of money. You know like they're just realizing like wait a minute all of these things. We need to do these things for these things or keep are being a i. I'm really curious to see how this ends up. I zero issues with with bringing more manufacturing especially fabs need to the united states. I am really curious to see how that bet looks five years. There are some some really non-political reasons. Why have you fabs. Decentralized might be a good idea. A wages are catching up. Certainly in china but even in india africa would be your place where you could find some cheaper labor these days so this may not be good for subcontinent Countries in that they could have been getting fabs and maybe they won't But given that there is a level playing field it may make more sense for your supply. Chain to be like yeah. Make it near where. I'm going to sell it. I should have factories all over the world. If i'm going to sell to south. America have some fabs. They're going to sell in india. Have some fabs. They're going to sell the us. Canada have some fabs there. I mean also you know between the the trade wars involving the tariffs You know the fact that that ovid Revealed some some of the downs. Like all of this. The the the thing i keep seeing place after place after places like all of this just in time global manufacturing works flawlessly as long as nothing breaks down. But as soon as there's a glitch somewhere we end up in the situation where we are. Naree can't get ex. You can't get y you know this company's going out of business or that companies failing and elvis sudden everything that made it sound fantastic is those from being or everything was was such. An extraordinary way to generate or maximize profits suddenly becomes a liability. Because you don't have cash reserves or you don't have resiliency because no competitors and you'll hear this tomorrow when we talked to. Jim big jim The the global supply chain weathered the pandemic quite well It's short catch up and it's the misunderstanding of potential demand. That is the problem. And the other thing i keep thinking is but how often is a pandemic gonna happen. Do we want to design our entire supply chain for the worst case and lose the efficiency or should we be just striking a little bit of a middle ground there because you know not not going to happen every year. I i agree. And that's the question. is it seatbelts. Which is like. It's better to be safe than sorry. Or is it something more restrictive. You're like well now. We've actually reduced the efficiency. That's that's the question. Ask right. I think it's a valid question If you've watched any of the olympic archery competitions this year you may have noticed a graphic show up in the lower left with a number and bpm and that number is often in the hundreds. And you'd be forgiven if you're looking at those archer standing there calmly eyeing their target to think maybe that bpm refers to the beats per minute of the death metal. They're listening to as they prepare to lose their arrow. They can't possibly be that calm and have that high of art rate but they do hundred forty beats per minute. it is the heart rate of the archer. If you see that. And i've seen that on the screen not every archer but some of them. The heart rate is being determined by software from panasonic that uses video from standard cameras. Placed twelve meters from the shooting lines and it measures subtle variations in face..

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"swimming" Discussed on Can We Health You?

Can We Health You?

03:24 min | 1 year ago

"swimming" Discussed on Can We Health You?

"He wanted the turkey to be our national bird. Yeah so this is a quote regarding that so i wish the bold evil had not been chosen representative of our country. He is a bird of moral character. The turkey is in comparison. A much more respectable bird. God plenty so another quote glass. China and reputation are easily cracked. And never well mended. Oh last one i have is there was never a bad piece or a good war. Oh cool tempt. He had so much time. Just sitting there like i know i mean august stuff like you know what's funny. I have these cuts here. Food and eating. He said if you eat peacefully age gracefully. It's as simple as that than and now and forever and affirmative. He's also known he lived by the principal and by the principle that if you quote eat death you are lou having no respect for life including your own if you eat me day all right. that's pretty. He was feeling a little bit morose when he wrote that one data. Who are you are. he's out there all right. That was our guy. What an interesting guy. I think so interesting. I was really surprised at the swimming. Yeah absolutely i was figuring. I didn't even know what it was going to is to find a picture of him. Young a young because we just see that old picture with yes. He's just looks like such a curmudgeon. Yeah yeah and they had an illegitimate son. I mean what was going on with. And everybody's like we love you anyway. The person would probably been like shunned from society or he would have been like you know. Have a son. I don't want to know exactly. Not mind what recourse would this woman have had. I know there's probably a book out there on a short story from her. Maybe hey well he was writing. The constitution was talking about vegetarianism while he was silence. Do good right widow. So what are we gonna talk about next week. We're going to bring x. Time how The the like food traditions. Unreligious culture around sumo mo- mostly look like what they do to train. Because you're saying that they look just like sitting around eating can't wait to see. I can't wait to see what how they. How formulate that body. Yeah yes yes there are. There are like similar training. It's always just a little bit of research on it cool so there is stuff there okay. I guess there's a religious aspect to it. Well we're all it. Sounds like though some sort we'll find out we'll find out tune in so And then do check us out on our social media yep We have a facebook page..

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"swimming" Discussed on Can We Health You?

Can We Health You?

04:07 min | 1 year ago

"swimming" Discussed on Can We Health You?

"Wow he had ideas about the nature of the gulfstream. To the calls of the common cold. He suggested the notions of matching grants. You know yes like how do you match. And he suggested daylight savings time. No why are we still hang eight it. i hate it. he invented. bifocals glasses. The oh dominator. The glass half. Monica and a wood burning stove the the odometer. What would he is a measuring tool measuring distance. Maybe on the carriage. Yeah wake cliquot. That's crazy thank gosh have about the glass harmonica lahser. Monica don't wanna find a chip in matt bloody hang flooding playing And we'll so the stove the wood burning stove that warmed american homes for more than two hundred years. It's called the franklin stove. Okay so i just went into a little bit of history. I got lost on the history of stoves. It was really cool So the first stove on historical record was built in fourteen ninety in alsace france. It was made entirely of brick and tile even the flu later the scandinavians created a stove. That had a hollow iron. Flew containing iron baffles. This is very interesting for like stove. People i know there's a big day. Yeah joe still. this Scandinavian flu was arranged to lengthen. The travel of the escaping gases in order to extract maximum heat. The russian stove had as many as six thick walled. Masonry flus and is still widely used today the first. Wow this is exciting. The first manufactured cast iron stove was produced in massachusetts. Okay this is robert bringing it comes. We're circle back now. Circle back that was in sixteen. Forty two.

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"swimming" Discussed on The Complete Guide to Everything

The Complete Guide to Everything

04:47 min | 1 year ago

"swimming" Discussed on The Complete Guide to Everything

"Chlorine perot chlorine freight chlorine is a great smell. Yeah no. I'm just glad that it keeps the pools clean. I only find myself mostly in public pools. Yes well he is. Chlorine is a private portuguese. Bromine some people are into bro. Yeah no i. I know they. They use it but like i am very invested in like it. I i am in pools where like a bunch of strangers those payments if you've invested in chlorine company stocks you're supposed to disclose that at the beginning of all of investments. We're doing a episode about swimming. And you're telling me i'm very invested in chlorine. Well come on him. Obviously you're trying to sway the market with this episode. You know a lot of stockbrokers listen to this a lot of hedge funds. I don't open my eyes underwater anyway in not goggles. Man said disclose is doesn't bother me I opened my eyes underwater guy. Yeah i mean. I used to do it. All the time and chlorinated water. And i think you know my eyes just got you said hurting there is. There is a a year or two where i was like probably when i was like sixteen. Alright shot up. Just open your eyes under there. Yeah well i mean. I had like worked up an immunity to it but i was also pretty exclusively living on chicken mcnuggets. At the time. I was just like the peak fitness that we'd ever be at wish. We're like nothing could hurt me. I said so sad that. I'll never be nineteen again. Women vat of chlorine. That's what i remember that every day. When i worked at the pool there was like a big pump house of all the chemicals and stuff and they would always be. Don't go in there. Stay away from there. But like sometimes i would have to go in there to like find somebody and it was terrifying is like vats of like incredibly harsh industrial chemicals. Never really liked it and never really understood they would..

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"swimming" Discussed on The Complete Guide to Everything

The Complete Guide to Everything

04:10 min | 1 year ago

"swimming" Discussed on The Complete Guide to Everything

"So like i don't know starting what's what's the earliest that kids signed up for the lesson swimming lessons as a baby pool that you were. I think five years old. I think kindergarten. That's probably when i started and like it sucked because it was the summer now in swimming lessons. Were only like eight in the morning and says like hey happy summer vacation get out of bed and jump in this cold. Water in in two classes isn't what i signed up for in the summertime. Imagine being seventeen years old and having to show up at the pool at eight in the morning and get in the water wheel five year old. That's that's your job. that's that's true. Yeah the worst was when i was in fourth grade and i had no no desire to like learn anything. I wasn't a good swimmer. And then i couldn't die so i failed this moment. One class like three summers in a row before finally like chasm. Never gonna do this. Like i hate it. Yeah you're ruining my son and it's only like three weeks in the summer or something thought the entire summer but I think it was like ten weeks. No i didn't living lessons. Maybe that's why i couldn't i. It sounds like it maybe eight weeks sixty s something like that. I don't know some number of weeks. Yeah anyway that's my. That's my shame taken swimming lessons under me as a teenager. And you're sixteen. You signed up. That i wasn't interested. I can do a crawl stroke. Tom ma bike not by guy could teach you how to i mean maybe but when will ever need to do that and i know now that i've said that follow cruise. We're both going to be on a ship. That capsizes tim. I told you. I'd teach you how to be a stronger swimmer. Then we both die. Because i have to stay behind i know that genes trick now. That's true yeah. I'm glad you don because it'd be tougher to explain While we are submerged yeah so now. Now you know it. I used to when i was a swimming instructor. I i only liked teaching the five year olds to get into the water because they were like No not not cynical. Would they be pissing if they were. I didn't know about it. There was a lot of chlorine in the bowl. The only thing. I didn't like was dealing with some of the parents because like i remember like avid parent would be like just. Don't come under just just throw in. What no you do that on your on your time. Exactly it's like your kid. I'm trying to earn your trust and like they don't wanna get in the water today. That's okay like in the at their own time. Like throwing them in the water isn't gonna make them a strong swimmer. And i know people that like had that experience where it was like yeah as an instructor pushed me in and i never went back and then subsequently never learn how to swim. I think go either way though. Some people need that push not a five year old. No not a five year. Yeah no i mean. But so the other people i like teaching was when i was like sixteen i was teaching fourteen year olds because as a power trip. Like you're almost my age but i'm in charge and one of the you never met a power trip brace. Yeah but i mean that was a case where it was like. I don't wanna get cold. A- get in like i would push them in. I didn't care about that. That's related and i didn't like the whole like posing prison. People just didn't like the teams were in charge. I think very at even at a young age at any age. I don't like anything. Where teams are in charge except for roller coasters. Teens are always..

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"swimming" Discussed on The Complete Guide to Everything

The Complete Guide to Everything

04:32 min | 1 year ago

"swimming" Discussed on The Complete Guide to Everything

"They were drinking a lot and it was cool because Because drinking school yeah no and they like they gave us a. They slipped me a beer drink in but like they were just like brew like whenever whenever. Michael phelps like anything syrup boy hangers-on that swim buddies from probably like he started swimming at like twelve years old. Yeah it's annoying and it look. I'm a comedy kind of sore tom. That's i don't wanna see freaking michael phelps. Especially when he's not swimming. I like i'd be interested. I was somewhere and they were like guess. What michael phelps outswim a few laps. I go cool. That'll be neat to see. But there are like michael phelps gang. Come out and do a little comedy for you. Hold on. I do think what did he swimmer. Few no i. i believe. There is a sketch where he did like the michael phelps diet And i believe jared from subway is in the studio hold on. So are you saying that you were in the same room with jared fogel. Only time i've ever been in the previously claimed to have never been in the same room with them now. You're telling me that you were hanging out with him in lorne michaels office during snl. That's what i picked up from that lauren. Bacall swimmers yeah like olympic swimmers like. Who's that other guy. Jim something john. Some there was like another the knucklehead that like made up a lie about getting mugged till like explain why he like lost a race or losses. Wallet or some losses metals. A lucky. yeah. Yeah so it seemed ryan lock. Yes it seems like a lot of Like professional swimmers aren't getting enough oxygen just like pretty dumb guys. I mean whatever their swimmers. They're not like yeah. What other athletes are like. They need to be brain geniuses pre chess. they're not athletes who we're gonna get letters huge in the chest community Not anymore also do remember. Lil wayne was the musical guest musical. Good lou wait long one When he was like doing is rock music. Like it's like the worst ever made. But i remember jared fogel now memory like in the front row app like you know and i remember a little wayne came up to him like setting up. It was like like like pointed. Yup i recognize you and took a picture with jared fogle And now as you take a picture retire fogel then or at the after party on jeffrey. Epstein's gee i mean yeah so. That's why i didn't go into professional swimming. Tim i want to become a dummy like the rest of these guys. I wish we real smart. I thank you. I wish we had swimming in highschool. I you know what i do. And i don't like i would have liked to ask questions and i would have liked to compete because i think i was pretty pretty good swimmer. And like i. Also you know because i was tall. Everybody always like oh. You should play basketball. And i play basketball and i was awful at tripling. I'm not good at dribbling. But i'm so bad at shooting. You just like slap the ball with your your whole is keep my whole arm very limited. It's no i am by no means a good dribbler. But i'm a very bad shooter. Not if if if we're just like playing horse or something i'm okay but if it's like combined dribbling and shooting now the ball's gonna go flying into the stands..

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"swimming" Discussed on The Complete Guide to Everything

The Complete Guide to Everything

04:58 min | 1 year ago

"swimming" Discussed on The Complete Guide to Everything

"There's nobody that impresses them no just massive on her incompetence. Yeah send it to him. Now they'd be like all right you ponchio idiots but if someone like even like some like twenty three year old. Who is cool things really. What if a tiktok star told them. I don't even think what if they made it to talk about it. It looked at cameron the tiktok school seniors. So anyway there's a swimmer race and i was in lifeguard working but i be at work earlier. Whatever is like a half hour before and they were like okay. We're gonna do like a big swim race. They been doing all the swim races. In this age group was like sixteen to forty nine or seventeen to forty nine. And i was like oh. They shouldn't have anybody older than fifty racing. No we had like some Older people that swam like crazy at the pool or size. they wear their speedo xanthi. Yeah and then you go into the locker room and be like you don't need to be naked for this long right one. I also remember there. Was this woman that would like this old woman that would come at every morning and swim laps and like when it would. I think swimming laps is fine. That's way to stay in shape but racing. No you don't wanna put that stress so the problem with the with this woman. Though was that she would dive into the lap lane which was big. No no because. I don't think it was even six feet. Maybe yeah i guess it was six feet but there were signs everywhere no diving. 'cause like that's my biggest fear in the world. Oh yeah and like. I get if you know how to do a shallow dive. You're fine but you know as lifeguards. That was the thing that was just like feed into us over and over again where it was like..

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"swimming" Discussed on The Complete Guide to Everything

The Complete Guide to Everything

05:50 min | 1 year ago

"swimming" Discussed on The Complete Guide to Everything

"This week as part of our summer series. The tc g. summer fun in the sun series. I was gonna say countered series. I mean he basically just said what i said but with a long pause between the words which is great. Thank you for that. They'll put in some like beach down breaking waves. Some segel's yeah. That's not what a seagull ever been to the beach Not even back to. The beach have watched back to the beach. Well that counts. Then you've been to the beach. We're talking about swimming. It's a fun activity for anyone that can swim. Not so fun for no And and the the inspiration for this team is this week. I went swimming in a lake. Wow and i'm here to say never a big fan of swimming. Lakes is because the bottom is to slime the bottom stew. That's literally my only problem with but it's a big one. I mean that's that's like small lakes like i bet if you you you could do well in like one of the great lakes lake michigan for. Yeah well so kind of feels almost like an ocean. Yeah no it's like an ocean for like people that like the people that don't know better you know. I've been swimming like off a boat in a lake and then that's just kind of scary because you can't even touch the bottom. Yeah and i'm not afraid of drowning. I'm just afraid of lockneys. Mazar something being down there. That's i don't like not knowing how deep the water is below me right and if you tell me like oh. It's a thousand feet deep. I'll be okay. Thank you and then i'll be fine but i need to now and you're afraid of creatures. Yeah i'm deathly afraid of creatures. I need to know what kind of potential sea or lake creature. i might be contending with. Are you thinking like mythological creatures or you just like. I don't want to buy me. No i'm thinking mythological digging cryptos zoo zoological creatures beasts monster champi the league. Champion monster monsters Snakes snakes the. I mean those are real tom. Want yeah sneaks in the water. No get out that..

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"swimming" Discussed on The Complete Guide to Everything

The Complete Guide to Everything

04:44 min | 1 year ago

"swimming" Discussed on The Complete Guide to Everything

"See a quiet place partido because it's coming to paramount plus a next month. Did you see quite police part one. I don yes but nana theater. I don't think. I saw it in a theater and i had no desire to see it. Yeah i'm afraid of jim from the office. Bright he's a bully he can see you through the tv louis. I really don't like no. You actually don't like when they break the fourth wall. That's not what has happened on the office. It was a mockumentary. But like i don't like when people look right but on saying like you know everybody did it during interviews or whatever but like jim would do it during no like. Yeah he'd be talking to co worker and then he'd turn and look at you. I don't i guess jim from the outfit. Yeah so you didn't want to see the movie because you're afraid of Us normally you can watch the office in the privacy of your own home so if it startled you and you yelped nobody else would know except for your wife but going to a theater a quiet place. You were worried about halfway through the movie Jim from the office turning to the camera a look. It's one thing like can you believe this. Can you believe what's happening. Ferris bueller does it. It's like okay. You're a little too much man like rocking too much to this green in the like just like a client knowing glance at the screen. That's the creepiest thing. They should do them more often. But you saw in the theater. And i think if i was watching that television thirty minutes in i'd go get it and then i'd pick up my phone or probably more likely like turn on an episode of the officers. It'd be like i. I think the office this guy reminds me of the guy from the office. And then i'd be like oh. This is the guy from the office. And i put on the office brian. Between there there would be another step. Which is this is the office. No it might have been like one of the weird back door pilot for the shrewd farms. I watched that recently. Yeah it's the worst episode of any real bad backdoor pilots doesn't know it was like the third to last episode of the office..

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"swimming" Discussed on The Complete Guide to Everything

The Complete Guide to Everything

04:24 min | 1 year ago

"swimming" Discussed on The Complete Guide to Everything

"He didn't for movie that. I gotta make out biggie. News president thought that was firm. Speaking of movies tim. I've noticed recently in commercials for movies a previously unimportant dumb part of the advertisement that is now very useful which is win at the end of a movie trailer or like a commercial. They say Available only in theaters right. That used to just be dumb whereas like yeah. I know it's a new movie. Of course it's only in theaters. But now you don't have. it's only in theaters. yeah might be on a streamer town. Yeah it might be day and date release. Yeah so you work for a movie studio and you're listening to this prior to try and get in big new ideas for movies. Yeah thank you for keeping that part. In because i saw a trailer for a movie today as i like to see that said only in theaters. I said you're not going to see a movie theater. And i will but this was like a movie whereas like like dumb like that. Looks like that might not be a good movie but a movie that i be interested in. That's what i'm kind of excited to see in a theater. Bad movie not a bad movie but like roll the dice. Yeah sure but this was like a movie whereas like this is not a like a summer blockbuster type movie on the big screen. Us know tim. You're willfully outta data movies. The new ryan rows movie. Free guy where he's like a guy like a video game. Yeah the tom. That's all your favorite things. I know i'm not actually a huge ryan reynolds. You're big deadpool guy. You have a deadpool tattoo. Do you or do you not i told. Your silence speaks volumes. Tim where i honestly don't know how you even sigh because it's Free discreet where it's inside my buttocks inside. So even minute a willing tattoo artist you could find a tattoo or it would do that. They got to do all kinds of crazy things. I was reading about this guy. Forget what countries and. I wanna say like spain brazil. Something like that Where he wants. He wants to look like an alien ios whole body tattooed but then spain or brazil or okay Knows removed and. He's got like you know bulges in his head but a guy to like spend a bunch of time with your cheek spread while you you know they could put away like some tape. Riemann her tape of your butthole or something. It's like okay. Why unders look you want to know the the logistics of going to the movies. Well as part of going to the movies to him new experiences but look. That's the kind of movie where it's like. That's exactly what i wanna see. If movie comes out and gets river views. i'll go see it. But i imagine it's going to get like the movie was all right kind of movie i wanna see on a streaming snow if it's if it's just all right then you're just like look. I could be doing a million things right now in the theater. You're like well here i am. I got some popcorn and like i got a power through this no way because when you're in the theater then the whole time you're like oh i can't be doing anything else. Yeah this is just dragging this is. I'm wasting time. I could be doing literally anything else. I'm sitting in a theater. And i can't even take my phone out right during this Ryan reynolds monologue about finding true love by the end of the movie or something. But i am excited to go see a movie eventually..

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