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How COVID has worsened modern slavery
"My guests are Sierra and Stephen. Moore. So a husband and wife team the CO founders and directors of the Anti Slavery Organization. On China now, sadly, even with all the framework implies to tackle slavery along comes twenty twenty, the covid virus complicated further by the recession of the world economy. Sarah keeping with you how has the pandemic affected the workers at the bottom of the supply chain? mean the depend makers having catastrophic effects on supply chains and the people within them. We know that right at the beginning of covid thousands of people lost their jobs overnight. For example, Bangladeshi workers in factories would just told simply not come back to work the next day I read a story of a Lady Fatima. Twenty six with one child and she said one minute I was working the Knicks I was told to go home and not come back. What will I do and we're doing this story I ever either again, just yesterday I read about full thousand Filipino workers have been laid off because they contracts have been canceled from big name brands on this side of the world. This is a reminder that lives of the poorest of the poor said they must affected. You know when factories closed down no water more krant leaving no access to medical care very disturbing stephen a terrible Arnie has come from the pen Jimmy can one of these stories can you tell us about the manufacturers of people? In Malaysia Southeast Asia. Yes so Malaysia is a major producer of rubber and therefore rubber products made from rubber, and so we know that prior to Kevin. tain they were upset in bands on on manufacturers in the US are guiding the manufacturing of a products because of the conditions of workers and the standards that were in place. What's interesting is that as the pandemic breakout at the Dimond four PPA products through those Restrictions were lifted so that those products could be made and so this is concerning regarding the explosia increasing the risk of on slavery in those areas, and that brings us to Australia I can just imagine those of you cheating gene. You'd like to think of yourself as an ethical consumer. You wouldn't buy anything from a supply that explored its employees off certainly thought that Sarah is it really true. Look here in Australia, the Global Slavery Index estimates that there around fifteen thousand people living in slavery. So they miceli in the agriculture construction domestic service hospitality and sex industries says as well as services provided often by subcontractors such as cleaning security. And even car washing. Stephen. I'm sure he made a lot of Astrid. Slavery. Happens in this country till us more. Conversations on a daily basis with lots of companies and receptionists and executive assistants who sort of take a second look in the modern modern what slavery does this sexually occur? So there is a growing understanding of this issue in certain sectors of society, which is great to say a growing desire among consumers, a young consumers to be careful in how they purchase and what they buying to know what's behind the brand and the backyard. But there is still a great need for consumers and businesses to understand what are the implications of the choices they make and to make sure that. Is for ethically my products is actually real. And you think of different types of slavery forced marriage debt bondage six slavery child labor in the strain context who are the most vulnerable groups to fall victim to exploitation soon. Well Australia we have a number of women and at times there underage who are forced into marriage. So married against the will. That is an issue. 'CAUSE estimates around four and a half thousand up to eight thousand in Australia in the new. Year. So. These these people are at risk. We also know that there a risk among temporary workers, migrant workers in Australia there's up to one million. Timber Workers in Australia and they have been badly affected by covid nineteen, and so they are now at risk of having to receive low pay and also to do jobs for no pay. As you say covers made it harder but Sarah how do you identify person or group WHO's being exploited? That's right. I mean I, guess, it depends on the industry. But for example, I read a story about a man quote Abdul who was a Bangladeshi man who was working on a construction site just outside of camera. He came here thinking that he was going to be able to earn a lot of money to send I am to his family to send his children to school. But in the end, he ended up working six days a week for around two hundred, fifty dollars and was forced to give one hundred dollars backup that to his employer for accommodation costs and so I guess it's if you're on a construction site, it's looking at WHO's there. Do they speak English do they have appropriate? Even having a conversation with them to find out. Are they. Okay. Because a lot of these people feel like they don't have a voice, they often don't speak English and. Attend to. So you know in the case of healthcare workers keeping your eye out for people who come through the emergency department who maybe controlled by an older man, for example, looking out for signs of physical sexual emotional abuse.
Analyzing The NY Times Trump Tax Return Story (In Depth)
"The president's taxes long concealed records show trump's chronic losses and years of tax avoidance. I'M GONNA go through this story with you in an extremely detailed way I'm going to give you an overview. Tell you what's in the article was not in the article, and then we'll go through it in a an extremely detailed ways that you can get an idea of Some lessons that you can learn and apply to your own life, and I'll talk to you about what's behind the scenes so that you can feel much more competent when discussing this or really any other kind of of article this article in the New York Times is going to read I. Guess I should say, obviously, it's GONNA re differently depending on the political back on that you come. But it's going to be read very differently based upon whether you have any knowledge or familiarity with tax code in general how taxes work in the United States how business works etc or if you don't and. For that reason, it's really fascinating to look at People's responses to this article because the responses dramatically depending on. I guess somebody's exposure to it. So I, let me give you Joshua's summary of the article begin with Lead The New York Times Obtained Donald Trump tax information extending over more than two decades revealing struggling properties vast right offs an audit battle and hundreds of millions in debt coming due in short the New York Times of tained evidently all of trump's tax returns over the last fifteen years or so including returns from the business organizations that he is involved in. They've evidently analyzed those returns and they basically wanted to make a few basic statements number one. There was no evidence of malfeasance uncovered with regard to Russia or other kinds of of basic Allegations that have been been being made the basic arguments that they that they tried to advance in this article or number one that president trump has lost lots and lots of money over the years and I think that's the probably when the authors were riding trying to say, what do we talk about? They were basically trying to say, well, let's prove that. President trump is not a very good businessman because he's lost lots of money that would be number one with regard to potential areas of misdeeds. They talk extensively about a few basic things. Number one is the use of business losses across the organization including a seventy something million dollar tax deduction that had been claimed for and filed for from A. Number of years ago, talking to that number a little in a little bit consulting fees and also deductions whether deductions are are valid or not. Now I think for the anti-trump crowd. Unfortunately, there's no smoking gun in the taxes and this is hard hard to overstate how important this story is in political terms have been many political consultants who for many years been saying well, if we could just get a hold of the tax returns, then we could prove all of these things about president. Trump's crookedness and all the things that he's done wrong and then we'll. We'll be able to make that case as a slam dunk case that does not seem to be the case or at least if that is the case, the New York Times did not choose to profile anything in this initial story as a financial planner story and I said, Yep okay. That makes sense. Yup that makes sense. No surprise there. Yup. That sense that makes sense. That's make sense. Explain all the details of how. How that is but I don't see this is not a bombshell story for a financial planner and so I think that was that's one thing that's worth pointing out most of the techniques and and things discussed here is exactly what I would understand. In fact, much of what I teach radical personal finance. When I teach tax planning, the techniques are just simply a little bit grander in scale than what a lot of people do but there's not really any fundamental difference that I can see from what president trump has. been doing over the years versus what I teach people to do to save on their taxes. So let's begin and I'm going to give you a detailed analysis and I'm doing this just. So you can think about my brain of how I read articles like this I I'm I'm not I don't have a political horse in the race. I'm not trying to make go on where the other, but it is really interesting to read an article like this and think about the challenge of writing it I'm not. I'm not an anti, New York Times Guy I'm not a Pro New York Times guy probably read and and respect newspapers much more than I do many other many other forms of of news and I think that the Arctic the authors of this of this story. Russ boot Suzanne Craig Mike MacIntyre is the story of their lives right where they've been working hard to get it just right and you see that carefulness in the writing, but we'll still analyze A. Little bit of the land is a little bit of the details along the way through as well. So we begin with a with the lead. Donald J, trump paid seven hundred and fifty dollars in federal income taxes the year he won the presidency in his first year in the White House he paid another seven hundred fifty dollars. He had paid no income taxes at all in ten of the previous fifteen years largely because he reported losing much more money than he made. As the president wages reelection campaign that polls say he is in danger of losing his finances are under stress beset by losses and hundreds of millions of dollars in debt are coming do that he has personally guaranteed also hanging over him as a decade-long audit battle with the Internal Revenue Service over the legitimacy of the seventy two point nine, million dollar tax refund that he claimed and received after declaring huge losses, an adverse ruling could cost him more than one hundred, million dollars. Now in that lead, we see these these themes that I've talked about and I just I give you my reactions to what it says here most of this is designed to have a good news hook, which is true, and that's what a new newspaper should do. It's pretty amazing that somebody who is renowned and purported to be a billionaire would only pay seven hundred fifty dollars in income taxes and to the average person. Who doesn't understand taxes that will sound like a shocking reality. 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Why Stage 3 Lockdowns Were Successful, but Not Quite Enough in Victoria
"And so we're saying. Shutdowns happening in Victoria a lots of industries are being closed down or restricted in a really dramatic way. What's the purpose of these additional restrictions? Victoria's large number of people who were you don't know where the coffee infection from the figures a reasonably stable, but they're growing a bit. So the R value is above one. So you've just got it's bouncing around is probably just growing. But you're getting these cases accumulating and there's no sign of it being turned around and that means it will just keep on going like this forever if you don't do something about it, and essentially what you've got to do is stop the transmission of virus where you don't know who's got it. You don't have who are symptomatic and spreading it. You don't where the sources are robin going out and hunting them down, which is impossible to do. You just keep people in their homes don't allow them to circulate and those viruses will disappear from their bodies over the. Two weeks, and hopefully, they won't be exposed to new virus so that you can get quite a dramatic reduction over a two to three week period even with quite large numbers, this victorians have been doing it tough for a while now, like the sage three restrictions already pretty tough for a lot of people did the state three file or was it just not working fast enough well, last night on seven thirty I covered study from the Burnett. And what they've shown looking from the first of July on is that at the beginning of July, the are not the fate of reproduction number in other words, the number of people that you spread it to for every ten people. There were spreading it to just seventeen people seventeen and a half people. That's a significant growth prior to that in some of the hot spots in Melbourne, it was too. So every ten people were spending it to twenty people. So. What's happened with the state's three restrictions and masks on top they don't actually know the fate of masks yet is that now at the end of July or at the end of July, tain people were passing it to just over eleven people. So that's quite a dramatic reduction that equates to twenty thousand infections in the state of Victoria avoided in July and perhaps three or four times as many deaths and people in hospital. So extraordinary number and just shows you what happens when you divert from. Exponential growth when you got exponential growth, you go from very small numbers to very large numbers very quickly, and because that was almost doubling, and now you've got a steady state or slight growth there but you're static that it may go down a little bit more with masks, but it's too early to see the effects of them doesn't that just paint a picture of how Vero not virulent but how contagious these viruses and just I mean it's it's it's a real win for the people of Victoria. Be heartening to stood of. This is what we avoided, and so we haven't been able to eliminate the spread what we've done. So we need to go further but shortly, we can count that as a partial win a partial a huge win twenty, thousand people who don't have infection whoever, and then then that twenty thousand would have just kept on growing very large numbers. The fact that it's a small population of the United States doesn't matter. You can still go to various large numbers of small population very quickly, and that's what's been averted by that stage. Three but now going to these new levels of restrictions. So if you if you're able to bend the curve to that extent in a month, you should be able to really dramatically bend downwards to below one in other words for every ten people who are infected maybe seven eight get infected. Say comparing the numbers that we've been seeing each day in the hundreds. What would we have been saying if we hadn't had these restrictions over memory, the Burnett paper showed that on the day where there were over seven hundred infections in Victoria. If they hadn't been staged three locked on there would been three or four thousand cases on that day. So it's
Do Relationships Have to Be Hard Work?
"Thank you so much for joining us again, Dr Licks. Thank you so much for having me I love being here always a pleasure, always a pleasure to chat with you so I thought that today we could talk a little bit about just this idea that relationships and long term partnerships have to be a lot of work. So this is something that we have heard a lot about recently, but it also feels like historically i. often hear people talk about like Oh my goodness. Marriage and partnership is just so hard and so I just want to hear your thoughts about like why we kinda. Hear that so often. One of my favorite facebook means going around has been I. Don't want my grandma's marriage. Right, I've been doing couples therapy rare for ten years now and sex therapy along with that, and oftentimes I always ask couples who are good models. We're models for positive ROMANTIC RELATIONSHIPS IN I get most folks saying like I didn't really have a model. They had one aunt or maybe a grandparent, but not a lot of people had models, and we forget that relationships way back in the day. Even though they were built somewhat the same, some monogamous, some had rolling stones, some were practising consensual, non monogamy, and just have the words for it. In they all existed. However, there's just this lack of understanding with one another. And I think that's where it gets passed down where it's. Women specifically told you gotTA. Make sure you have your own. You don't need to be dependent on naturally emotionally would ever stability wise on a man, and then all of the other like local things happen where men are feeling gutted, men are. Get ownership men appealing like they don't have roles in relationship, or they're not necessarily. able to understand how they'd been victims of Patriarchy to, and haven't had access to their own emotions or relationships flourish, so it gets a bad rap. It gets all you gotta do hard work when you get in a relationship, that's not true. I mean there is some work to do right I mean because we're human. But it often sounds like this pain staking. Why would anybody ever WANNA sign up for this? Yes. I agree I think there is some work to do, but I don't think that work is always relationship. Work Right so I tell people have is a therapist. Take care of the relationship between you two. And I don't think people come to relationships fifty to fifty I think you need to come to a relationship, one hundred and Hyundai. And maybe like eighty five day, and that's okay You need to know that like a bay. I'm not one hundred. You know this is what's going on for me. Baby is going to be like I. Bet so what you need for me to support you it one hundred. right in that tower. Relationships play out. That's where the work is coming together. Most people think that they're going to solve. Be Marriage. Conflict in the marriage. And that's not true because there's always going to be something twitchell, right? Something's going to pop whether it's a level wine or a level tain of disaster. Pop, up, it's going to be conflictual, but that's not which zoos and helps marriages bribe hopes. She resolve a little bit faster. Some curious actor when you say your job as the couple's therapist is to. Take care of the relationship and I would imagine that a part of it is eventually helping the couple to learn to take care of the relationship. I WanNa know what does that look like taking care of the relationship as opposed to the two people in the relationship or the however many people right right? For Knowledge Pollyanna Fan of. Yes so when I take care of her relationship. It's not my job to like. You're right you're wrong. You need to do this. You need to do that. which is how people come to arguments right and we have people who hear that little voice with women, but they go past that little voice and keep on going. And! We have people who are. Trying to prove their point, or they're trying to defend themselves from being criticized. Or we have people that just get so overwhelmed down right so they're like. Nope I'm good, and then we have like belligerent foes who are saying if you don't get in the ring to fight with me and I'M GONNA press every trigger that I. Know to make sure you're getting ready to fight with me to show you that you care about me. then. You don't care if we don't have these. Down word based fights, then you don't care because you can just easily walk away and these are the things we've been trained to think for TV through our relationship. And it's not necessarily true right. These are these are actually the horsemen relationships as its aided by Gutmann at. The Inter relationships so taking care relationship saying you all had injury here. Your bond has literally been attacked by both of your behaviors. Are you willing to change that? To support this bond between you two. Are we going to be able to put your pride aside? Right. Because do you want to be right or do you want to be in a relationship Yeah, that question comes up often right. Yeah, and then it's also. What are you going to self sacrifice for goodness? 'cause, it doesn't seem like it's working. Both of you are just very happy.
Regulating Emotions With Dr. Shauna Shapiro
"Welcome to episode two hundred, Sixty, nine of live, happy now. This is Paula Phelps and I'd like to thank you for joining us again this week. If you've ever had a sudden feeling of distress that triggers your fight or flight response. Then you know what it's like to have your emotions hijacked. And, if that's something you've experienced recently, you're not alone this week. Clinical psychologist and mindfulness expert. Dr Shauna Shapiro Returns to talk about how current times might be affecting your emotions, and what practices you can use both individually and as a family to regulate them. Sean thank you for coming back to talk to us on live. Happy now I'll. I'm delighted to be back. Thanks caller, will you and I talk back in? February and things were so much different. There is no way we knew what was ahead of us, and we talked about your fantastic book. Good Morning, I. Love You and the reason I wanted to invite you back today and talk to. To you is because you give so many great practices for mindfulness, and for managing things during difficult times and one thing that I kept going back to during this time. Is your practice on emotion regulation? So thank you for coming on because that's really something. I WanNa talk to you about today. I agree I. Think all of us can feel the impact of these times in our nervous systems. Systems on our notions in our words, and it's really important to have tools and practices to help regulate them and your practice on emotion. Regulation really explains how it starts, so I guess to begin with. Can you explain to us? What an image Ella hijack is so an a middle hijack is when kind of our fear centers is based in the overwhelms. Our prefrontal CORTEX are higher order. Order reasoning and so our ability to make wise choices as much hindered, and so that's mindfulness. Practices are so helpful is that the word mindfulness means to see clearly, and we wanna see clearly so we can respond effectively when something stressful happening or overwhelming are were afraid. It's really hard to see clearly, and then we make poor choices, and so the first step to kind of either preventing or Rebounding mcdermot hijack is simply to name what you're feeling to simply say. I'm scared or I'm feeling stressed right now or I'm overwhelmed and research from Ucla showed that when you just name your emotion, it kind of puts a prefrontal cortex back in charge you, it kind of puts the seat seatbelt on the little teenager in the background, and it starts to calm down the body so simply naming it helps tain your. Your emotion, so that's the first step that I usually recommend to people I thought that was really interesting that just giving a name to something can have such a profound effect you. They know why that is well I. Think part of it is bad when you name it that means there's a part of you. That is witnessing it. There's a part of you. That is no longer consumed by or meshed with it. So. There's the awareness that knows your sad isn't sad, right? It's just aware the awareness that knows you're angry angry. It's just aware and so there's a laser to get a little distance from your motions, and you're able to witness them with greater perspective in greater clarity, and when you say talk about giving a name to it. Is that something you just do mentally? Is it something you write down? How do you go about defining what you're feeling? So you feel emotion. What's interesting is most people don't even really notice it until it gets pretty significant and so what I work with people on doing. To, notice the Sadler emotions, and then just gently naming them. Silently Stein out. Loud is also fine especially if you're with people. To let them know. We state our children. Use your words, and it's helpful with US too so to simply just notice I'm scared right now and in my own life it's amazing how often we just kind of pushed through emotions and don't pause to feel them, and so by naming it we create space for the emotion, and we also bring that higher order reasoning. Meta awareness back on board. And sometimes one of the things that I hear a lot right now as people don't even know what they're feeling because I was talking to someone I was actually talking about your book with someone because she was saying she's like I. Don't know what's wrong with me I. Don't know if I'm mad I. Don't know if I'm scared. I JUST WANNA cry. That's beautiful that she's even aware of that. Because you know often, people don't even feel what they're feeling, and so I, think the first step is to feel it then say maybe I am confused or I just feel sad or I don't even know. Know what I'm feeling! It's so complex, but I think the process of mindfulness is about bringing our attention and our presence, and our kindness to whatever feeling even are not sure what it is, and that's an act that takes practice. It takes a lot of practice, and that's really what I tell people I was really attention of my book is that you're not supposed to be perfect all this? These are practices that you learn and the good news is science shows. It's never too late. It's never late to literally re architect your brain and cultivate these resources so that we can meet the current challenges.
Pete Buttigieg on Joe Biden's New Economic Recovery Plan
"Comes a covert nine tain. Of doing nothing other than predicting virus would disappear or maybe the drank bleach. You may be okay. Trump is simply given up. He's waved the white flag. He's walked away. This failures come with the terrible human cost. And deep economic toll. Time and again working families are paying the price. For this administration's incompetence. There's no other way to say it then incompetence. Speech at a factory in Pennsylvania today, the former vice president of rolled out his seven hundred billion dollar economic recovery plan today. He outlined his build back better plan near his hometown of Scranton Jr also happens to be a battleground state Biden's pitch comes as another one point, three million Americans filed for unemployment just last week as the pandemic continues as he said to take its toll for more, we welcome to our broadcast people to judge author veteran former mayor of South Bend Indiana, and of course, former Democratic presidential candidate. Thank you for coming on Mr Mayor and when you think about it. Infrastructure was always lying out there. Available to this president. It was a layup shot. It was an open net. All He'd had to do was name as he could have put his name on all those your tax dollars at work signs on the interstates. All he had to do was funded Joe Biden today gave it. A name pledged to fund it with fifty million Americans out of work. It's probably a good idea. No. Absolutely Joe Biden's put forward plan to make sure we're investing in American competitiveness investing in American manufacturing, which will do a lot of good in my part of the country, investing workers, research and development, and you're right, you know infrastructure is one of those things that. Frankly I. think mayors on both sides of the aisle. This president might actually deliver since it's very popular good for the economy. We need to do but. Even, this basic idea a. UPGRADING OUR INFRASTRUCTURE DONALD TRUMP campaign don. Didn't bother to actually do it. Joe Biden will because I think he understands the importance of a tour on. It's been something that's needed attention for some time, but now with our economy in shambles. It's also an opportunity to get people back to work. I want to play for you. Something this is. Telephone interview tonight, Sean Hannity Donald. Trump is how donald trump went after Joe Biden today. And he walks onto the stage wearing this massive mask. There's nobody on the stage, and then he takes off. He likes to have it hanging off usually the left ear I think it makes them feel good, frankly if you WanNa know the truth, and I guess that's okay, but you know when there's nobody around a. you don't really have to do that, but he feels. It's good and I'm okay with it if he wants to do that. He's got the largest basket. I think I've ever seen. It covers up you'll. You'll be wearing a mask to walk. feels. He looks good that way. So Mr Mayor? If he's GonNa litigated mask wearing masks size. What ear he hangs it off of in the midst of pandemic with fifty million out of work I'm assuming side. We'll take that fight. We Will Americans are dying is not a fight that we asked for, but and look nothing about district be political or partisan, listening to doctors should not be a partisan issue, and if you look at among the people, most Americans, trust medical scientists way more than they trust. Donald Trump but unfortunately a lot of his political protectors are allowing this to turn into a culture. Joe Biden wore a mask because he's setting an example about how to save lives, because that's what presidents did, and you know in addition to the bad policies in addition to the incompetent management I think the thing that's costing the American people most right now is. We don't have a president who has any? Any concept of the importance to setting an example of calling the American people who are highest valleys i. that's what Joe Biden was talking about from day one back when we were competing for the nomination, where his campaign was built on the left of the soul of the nation of battle, now underway the nation I think the reason you see our party united and a lot of independence in an increasing number of what I like to call future. Former Republicans all coming together to say that we want to lecture by the defeat. Trump is that you don't have to be a die hard rock real down crash to see that we need a better example set by the American presidency. Must be an interesting time for you as a veteran. You've got senator. Duckworth getting called a coward who hates America by a cable news host? You have lieutenant. Colonel Veneman men, putting in his paperwork. And you have this story of bounties being paid by Russia and Russia's President American lives of your brothers and sisters in uniform in Afghanistan and the Defense Secretary for one is a voice. We could probably use to hear right about now you agree. Do and I think that we need answered quickly about exactly what the president did not only his shocking inaction in the time, leading up to the story, came out his silence and inaction about the issue since. Ever, since the story is broken, I've been hearing from friends that I served with and look. This adds up to pack whether it's the way they talk about Senator Doctors who gave? More, to this country. Than just about any critics. Whether, it's the fact that a another were here. Colonel has career derailed fleet. Or the failure to protect troops abroad. It's clear that this administration has no respect for the military, and as one of the reasons why members of the military are looking for different. I think that represents a historic opportunity for my party. Keep reaching out again. It shouldn't be a cars an issue, the shooting way beyond politics, but right now we've got a very clear choice between somebody like Vice President Biden, who whose families military family whose son served. As somebody like Donald Trump, who's you know? Origins include going out of his way to avoid certain taking advantage of his millionaire connections to do it. As young man always rooted today where he just clearly doesn't care about protecting American troops, things like what we've learned that Russia to do. People judge, thank you very much for coming on great to have you on the broadcast tonight. Appreciate it
Coronavirus: Australia sends 1,000 army personnel to Victoria to fight outbreak
"We Begin Today's program in Australia which is preparing to deploy its army to help deal with the surging corona virus cases in the state of Victoria public health workers are knocking on the doors of thousands of homes, offering free tests. One regional health minister has warned his residents don't go to Melbourne well, let's get the very latest now with Karen Middleton. WHO's a Saturday? Papers chief political correspondent in Cambria Carrot, welcome back to monocle twenty four. Could you just bring up to date, please? Yes. Indeed, we've been down. Congratulating ourselves a bit here in Australia that we've been doing well with reducing the infection rod across the country, and all of a sudden in the state of Victoria capital of which is Melbourne as you mentioned. They have seen a reversal of that for the past nine days. They've had double digit infection rates now of course, compared to the rest of the world, and particularly some hot spots around the world. That's very very small, but we all know that the virus stopped small and spreads fast and so double digit infection rights can quickly guard glory to more than that, and in fact yesterday they. announced they had seventeen new infections and today is struggling time that that number is thirty three new infections, so you can see these exponentially growing again, and that's going in the wrong direction as far as the government is concerned, so there's now an all out effort to try and taste the people in the hot spots around Melbourne. which is in the northwest of the city, and in the southeast of the city to try and find out how this is spreading, and to stop it as quickly as possible. You said they sort of all out attempt. It seems to be very rapid and very thorough people knocking on doors and the army being boughten. Yes, that's right I. mean the testing regime is more intense than it was at the beginning of the pandemic, because here in Australia, just like everywhere else the capacity petition as much more now than it was early on when the whole country with on higher alert, so these inability should test more people now that it will include people who aren't showing any symptoms any respiratory symptoms. Symptoms that might indicate covid nineteen, so they really trying to get as many people tested in those hotspot areas as possible. They're recommending that people don't move around the city and Dart Melbourne. If I particularly come from those areas people in other parts of the country, being urged not to go to heaven, so we we do have a slot pariah situation for one stage, but. The attempt is to try, and really could title that infection and as you say. The army is being holding interestingly tonight. The request for the army that came from the state government has been scaled down somewhat. It's evening here in Australia and earlier today, the premier of Victoria had for about a thousand troops to come to help with. Tasting and transport and other areas like monitoring hotel biased quarantaine. He's now scowled down that request to any about one hundred and fifty from one thousand, so to be unclear, exactly how many will do, and whether there will be involved in the knocking on doors, and the army has been doing that in other parts of Australia. Pandemic and date was called out to help with the bushfire crisis earlier in the year two, so the first time, the army's beat out, but it does indicate that these some urgent situation. How much faith is that in the authorities to do the right thing and act promptly, because it's always a question of trust, isn't it between the Guardians of the station, those who live in it. Yes I think there's a considerable degree of confidence here. Because a strategy has will seem fiction, writes the rest of the country with the exception of Sydney which still has. Reasonable numbers of infections compared to the rest of the country and the rest of have have next to no new infections right across Australia and I think that's a combination of the swift actions of the government, and also the response of the people who were willing to keep themselves in tain and Steinheim and wash their hands and do all the things that were asked to do and that has. Managed to keep the infection rate in check so I think people do trust the government. Unfortunately, though in some parts of the country, and clearly in these parts of Melbourne Win, the restrictions were eased a little bit. There were some people who didn't observe social distancing requirements anymore. The government in Victoria saying it was largely attributable to be family groups that were meeting and catching up. At the time the restrictions were lifted in PAPP's not staying as far as they were required to so. The now, GONNA enough. Ice With this new infection at the hubbing doesn't turn into a full blind second wife.
Cardano My Trade Of The Month
"Well It was a very eventful will twenty four hours really and for all the right reasons if if you are not all ready Following may on Fi spoke on Youtube. The suggestion get across there and have a look at the video that stayed on the t x perpetual contracts of pain focusing on little to watch there for you guys and it's free so go and check out what. I want to show you this. I want to show you try that I took yesterday. I WanNa give you the reasoning behind it. I WANNA give you an entire understanding of what I'm looking for and why I'm looking for a thing. It's going to help already do. If you're a trade it will certainly help at least perspective. If you're not trading the I tried that's fine but I think it will give you a lovely to perspective is to try to Tom's and the power of cryptocurrency. Because look let's be honest. It can just flip so quick. It concerns a quick. You can make your money of the month in a single twenty four hour period and that's pretty much. What happened for me yesterday? So I'm very happy. I'm feeling very good and I wanNA talk through the market among because obviously you guys have made very aware that I've been talking about that ninety nine thousand eighteen. We broke up through that yesterday. I before. Sorry and then. We've we've seen that continuation push on through knuckles. Bitcoin did have a good day yesterday. You know another fall through full percent die before full percent To goodful percent days. That's really nice to say really really great stuff. Nothing knocking it out of the park but if you recall my said that little turn of trend at nine thousand I tain well. That guy is about roughly a thousand bucks to our resistance. Plenty of money. We made in that period time. So that's what's been going on and not only we say. Bitcoin move but we seen the rest of the market. Move very very well indeed. So I'm very happy with the way. Things are looking shopping at very very nicely. Does this mean bitcoin GonNa kick going? Higher probability was stuck more to the upside at the minute. But this is crypto. This is a mock can never know what's going to happen. All I can ever do is tried based off the probabilities that I have been using for years. That that's really all of somebody told me today. That some cow don was endorsed by Goldman Sachs. I haven't gone on proof that or anything like that MS site. Someone something that somebody told me that could have been move Kudzanai. But it wasn't what got man I go before that because I had a trade I got an opportunity can can technical analysis get it like you know. Tell you before these things no of course not but I can tell you this if you trading with the trend. You're usually going to be traveling in the direction that there's more than likely going to be used. That's that's what I found anyway and A my experience as a all we're trying to do is use a trading strategies to get us into the market and the market will do what the market does so very very good Currently we are down point seven ovalles percent on Bitcoin. A theory in right now is two hundred and twenty two dollars. Six ends up point seven percent yesterday. Fought point eight percent move. Really Nice moved once again. They by the theory pushing on through a level of resistance. That resistance was sitting running around that two hundred seventeen dollars on the daily now has an option once a guy with a high a high coming in yesterday and we push a little bit tonight as far as training opportunities for me right now. I'm waiting for pullbacks really am they're pulled back in the cradle on the four hour yesterday as well as on the two hour really. It'll pull bucks. But the problem was didn't have enough trended to be actually in the market trading that so I didn't take that that's what took took. Currently with exile paves slow slowing pay. Gee Whiz I wish it would do something. It's not done a lot for quite a while but that doesn't mean that a warrant do something still is except pay is still a big company that we currently down point up. Point one of a percent sitting Ronaldo's of twenty cents and that's kind of what we closed yesterday twenty cents. It was up one point three percent. It's got to push on. It's got to get above the high of twenty point eight. We get through that twenty point night will do have something of a stronger trend at that moment. Actually say some follow-through buying on Exa pave. The tank is pretty Pretty Flat Bitcoin. Cash has been quite messy on the daily. Now for what? Gee Whiz? That's April through. I land night to be fair. It really hasn't had that much major. It's not trended. Well is dropping. Look confused to be honest. It's up three percent yesterday. Closing at two hundred and fourteen. Dole's on the is up half percent today as I speak at two forty one fifteen but yes doesn't ask for Al Trendy but this better markets out there for modest and that's what I'm focusing more attention base vigorously also closed up early point one percent A closed the die at one ninety two spot eight five currently. We've pretty much flat on that number child. Let Him all that interesting. The moment eat up like going well yesterday. Up to eight percent closing a forty four spot. Seven five four hour here on this lot. Corn perpetual doesn't look too bad. It's just not really beautiful That I like to say when I am looking for that. Thank said the followed by the sixty now. There is an offshoot of the trend. There as I talked to you doing this. Podcast actually drawing in some levels. Because maybe we'll get a boost up. The answer is neither Lineup so it's really about just whiting. I'd I love that. Trend SAIMAA is up half percent forty five dollars on the noise. It's worth keeping an eye on though I will say that over the weekend. They us while had a pretty good die on a pretty good start today as well. Yesterday was only at one point five. We're already at one point five. Today we sitting at tweedle sixty five cents. A little bit with A little bit of momentum coming in to that and looking much better not the best child at their bonnets. Three point six percent Roy. Yesterday on the clause closing at seventeen dollars seven cents right now. It is not on my watch list. It does have some NAS momentum. I do WanNa see a four hour. Pullback that's the that's that Kaduna the big dog. The one that made me happy. Yesterday I guy in of seventeen point seven percent on the clothes closet. Six point four cents. Why Lightness Joe across the Youtube and watch the video. That's getting uploaded. It will be that when you get there because it will break down. Exactly why shows Donna? Revenue else Took took a tried during the day on. Donna took prophecy PERP on In the evening as well which I am currently now along any profit on Skylab Kaduna twice of locked in a big wedge of Prophet it cannot be lost now. It is a fantastic tried. It's definitely much trade all the wake now. Well what are waiting for now? Not a great deal. It's just run so hot and fast on. There's not much for me to do at the moment other than just manage the position that I still have running theorin. Classic has jumped out of the bolt. Today while broke through a bit of resistance carly today it's up four and a half percent at seven dollars marina seven dollars and eighteen cents yesterday closed. It's only at one point. Two percent yesterday closing at six dollars. Eighty six cents. That's a little bit of a one that got away because there was a lovely little breakout level. Again it's shining the trivia. It just didn't quite get the third tests that are needed to shine because if it had of fire off if it had would have had another prophet in but alas keep it in the list because there is a nostrand debt and I do like the look of this on IOS running at top ten. Hit Sean at half a percent today. Not much going on today. But yesterday. Three percent up closing at one point five one sense still crab will a bit tron. It's kind of looking in lock. What exile in in what I mean by that is not very interesting at the moment
A very Canadian solution to a problem well hopefully never face
"At the heart of today's topic is a problem. That Canada will hopefully never face when you just have to look around the world to see how devastating it can be when it does happen in a muddy field outside on an army of bulldozers is breaking ground racing to build up thousand bed hospital to treat victims of the corona virus the Congo. This French train is far from the usual bags and suitcases. This high speed service has been requisitioned for medical use the makeshift hospital and the javits center now is taking patients and there is another field hospital going up this in central park. If covert nineteen spikes again and overwhelms our healthcare system. Canadian officials will have to act quickly. They will need to create a task force and develop a plan to handle the overflow. Who will put that plan together? How fast can they do it? Where will the building go? Where will the beds go where we'll the nurses dress? How does a field hospital come together while sitting on some of their desks will be a very Canadian document to help them? Figure that out because it turns out that almost every place in Canada from our biggest cities to our smallest towns as a facility that is ready and waiting to be turned into a makeshift hospital. I mean you can probably guess what that is. But I don't want to spoil the surprise. The story of how this plan came together and exactly what would need to be done to execute while. That's also very Canadian. And so right. After Claire gives us an update on cove nineteen in Canada. Today I am pleased to present a very good news story. Both because of the fact that this document exists and because so far at least it looks like it won't be needed so clear. How are we doing? Canada marked a grim milestone on Monday. Topping five thousand deaths from Kovic nineteen and most of those more than three thousand are in Quebec despite this schools in Quebec outside of the Montreal area have reopened with restrictions in place schools in Montreal are set to reopen may twenty fifth in British Columbia Phase. Two of the reopening plan will start next week if the cove nineteen situation. There remains as steady as it's been so phase two means. Some businesses will be allowed to reopen with some restrictions in place and people will be allowed to gather in groups of up to six people after the Victoria Day long weekend. Bbc's provincial health officer. Dr Bonnie Henry cautioned everyone to be patient and calm in the coming weeks. Ontario saw another day of decline in cases of covert nineteen on Monday and the province's chief medical officer of health. Dr David Williams said the province is anticipating whether or not it can begin the next phase of recovery. Despite this terrier state of emergency is expected to be extended today until June second as of Monday evening sixty nine thousand nine hundred and eighty-one cases of covert nineteen in Canada with five thousand one hundred deaths. I'm Jordan he's Rawlings. Is the big story. Kennedy Smith is the managing principal of an engineering firm called integral group and He started down a long process that led to an interesting Potentially Very Canadian solution to a problem. Kenny hi I'm doing all right thanks My first question for you is just. How did the group that began? This process come together. And what was its original intention in a weekend to work from home or a couple of weeks and I was. I was sat home one night and I just start thinking by you know. How can we respond as a design construction operations community to help what's going on in the world and and more locally within our community My wife is a is a narcis sick kids. So I also start getting a bit of fear around if if additional facilities or temperatures were needed in if they're if they're put up too quickly or a certain way it may actually create another area of risk for people working within them. So I just started thinking about you know. How can we respond for the right reasons as a community? And I reached I. I'd just can reach site to some some people in Lincoln and made an open call just to whoever was interested. Whoever was willing to put forward their own personal time adds to help right across our industry. So everything from architecture engineering fabrication construction operation. Everything just kind of put it out there. And the response was fantastic. And a lot of people responded. I think I think people were kind of looking for an opportunity to help in any way they could. And and this gave them this this platform to do it So a lot of people responded and we just kind of kicked it off and started from there really moving beyond that we we started speaking to some people on the on the user side trying to understand the actual needs of healthcare professionals the hospitals. And I'm the timelines 'cause you know we're we're used to designing and constructing sewer lengthy timeline. So you know right off the right out of the gate. They told us You know these things if their needs Would NEED TO BE IMPLEMENTED WITHIN. Can of two three weeks so a create this very very fast rapids requirement. We realized that we essentially had a week to try and pull something together with team. Yeah so then. We kicked off and started going. What was the first step? I guess In that process. And what were you considering as you sort of looked around at what might be available? It was it was quite crazy. I mean I think usually you've got some more time to really reflect and gather ideas across in many different groups in this scenario you've got a lot of people That have amazing ideas but you also have to make decisions very quickly to to try and move things forward so the first step was just kinda committing to a building type and kind of moving forward with a design and construction at a church for that building type. How many different kinds of buildings did you look at? And what was the that you had? So I think initially we. We started thinking on a large scale when you saw what was happening across the rest of the world in the UK in the United States where there were retrofit saying no major convention centers arenas airports we we. I started thinking about that and then after speaking to the healthcare user groups of Front we realized that maybe a more scalable solution would be better based on the on the needs as they came in so something that wasn't necessarily a too large scale Something that was more medium scale that we could actually implement some better measures to control the The clinical functions of space and air movement. Things like that so we first started considering large and then we started thinking what is a good can building type. On that museum scale that could be easily replicated first of all locally but an essentially anywhere in Canada we thought about hotels. There is a really good opportunity with hotels for People who couldn't self isolate People who couldn't get into amp shelters Could you know accommodate the needy and The people that needs to be helped on they could safely self isolate but in terms of a clinical function. It's Kinda hard to and I'm with the constant Clinton and maintaining the conditions in that space. So yeah we landed very quickly on arenas and then very quickly on ice arenas and you know is very Canadian response They are located all over the commune insane over Canada and the buildings themselves. Although there's there's there's variations of them the main components of these buildings don't really differ that much so you have the kind of ice arena where the WASHROOMS are entranceways Asi. Tin Area Zamboni entrances. You know these. These are all things that remain pretty consistent across any facility so if we could create a designer or sponsor runs one it could easily be replicated across any so. I think that's that's how we can have whittled a dining came to that as that building site so I think everybody listening can kind of picture either a professional hockey arena or their own local arena with the same kind of characteristics. When you're starting with that what do you then have to do? In order to convert it into something that can really help patients and also maintain safety like what does that actually look like on the ground. If you were to put this into action I mean I mean the first thing you've got to consider as what are the clinical functions you know what's it going to be used for? What do the healthcare professionals need in that space? And then can hide you separate out the building to maintain separation between kind of clean and clean supplies or supplies. 'em Hygiene tain separation between people and processing people can come in and and and leaving so we very quickly came Syria. A consensus with the team with some amazing healthcare plan ours. About how do we can chop up the space and very kind of basic terms to separate and maintain these functions so it was really using that main ice arena space to to have patients fitted and embeds comfortably? That could be checked on and could be tended to And then some of the exterior spaces could be fitted for the healthcare professionals storage of supplies and and then maintain some of the base building function so still maintaining the washroom areas and the change rooms for healthcare professionals and patients alike and then in the exterior spaces at most of these locations or surrounded by parking There's there's usually space around them so we had opportunities to also include four temporary trailers or additional spaces to store equipment and to put in additional mechanical equipment to maybe have some some temporary areas for doctors nurses to actually get some downtime and to hang out so You know we could kind of add to it like Lego blocks and as as where needed with I really doing too much to the existing infrastructure. Yeah I've taken a look just at one of the little plans you kind of sketched out yet. Looks Amazingly Just like a hockey arena only It's been transformed. Did you game out? How long that would take you and how much it would cost. And how quickly you can set it up. Because I know we've heard things from around the world of you know how quickly China has thrown up field hospitals or quickly. New York has transferred stuff. So what's the timeline in the cost there so I mean the cost is something
Hand Cream Call Ins
"On a lighter note a later note we are. Dory you intro this I was just GonNa say. We have a voicemail that wanted to clarify some things high indoor. I am calling from Sunny. South Florida for Thai caller. Her had to pause the pod in of my diamond painting That I do in the morning which is really nice anyway. There was some dilemma about how to pronounce a company. It starts with an L. I worked for this company all through college. They do have fantastic. Cancun infantry if you have tried that we should definitely try it so the way you pronounce the company is locked e ton so locks by bagels and lox bright e e talked like a dark off. Luxy. Tom Okay of the foul inside of Luxy. Tom luxy Thanh Luxy. Don Loki tain like saying my head for forty one years. John Dory did you. Have you ever heard of diamond painting kits? No I have not okay. Listen do yourself a favor and give it a Google because you're essentially painting with tiny stones. It's like paint by number. But instead of using paint plus pike place little stones into the spots that align with their number. I'm very intrigued by this. Wow Yeah now. Are they real diamonds. But I'm dumb enough to believe that they might be. Oh Wow this looks like are even try to make. You could like ruin your eyesight. I know you're like literally using little tiny little tiny beads to paint like starry night. And you can do a custom like it looks like you can do a painting painting. I know what getting you for your birthday. Is it a painting of my dog? No Oh okay well. I'll just let it go. I hope it's the earth wind and fire diamond painting that I'm looking at right now on the Internet. All right well. Continuing with the theme of hand cream and hand lotion received another voicemail. That really just warmed my heart. My nineties heart. High didn't do are I was just listening to an episode. Where you guys were asking for. Handcream recommendation And I definitely have a favorite wanted. To share it by crabtree. Evelyn and I mean. Honestly there's everyone remember how popular that like. Maybe the nineties. I don't know anyone still really shopping. But they still exist and they have my fever a hand cream that I loved when I was a teenager for some reason on and then we discovered about five years ago. It's their gardeners hand. Therapy comes in it. Hand colored top league too And enriching the I actually reserved us as my nighttime hand cream and so I only use it right before bed hustle using it more often recently all that hand washing and they tend to reserve it for night ten to four but I actually put on a little bit of oil beforehand and then I haven't seen on top on and wake up with really more strike hands and they'd be like your preventative Mature handcream approach. You can kind of stave off that train at that Is happening lost it because of all the wash again at tree an Easel and gardeners hand therapy? I use the original formula. Other original spent have tried the other ones. But that is so. I hope that this hope folks In this eighth ladies.
"tain" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Fusion enter Tain ment and in like manner well we're just three weeks into this and our job numbers came out again it's the first time first time application for unemployment those numbers are out today this week another six point five million we're probably had an unemployment rate of about fourteen percent thirteen fourteen percent one in four Americans have either lost their job or had a pay cut from corona virus shut downs Congress is now trying to put together another two hundred fifty three hundred billion dollars for small businesses so they can get loans the first crunch is already gone but now Congress the Democrats are saying unless we have universal voting by mail five four November we're not passing anything really really good go hang on that one this is an emergency if you want to pass money to give it to those in need that's fine no strings attached by the way none of them are even showing up to vote it's another voice vote nobody in Congress is doing their job how many people do you see on the side of the road that is still there still mowing the lawn in the middle of the highway that's an essential job but watching our money and guarding our constitution that's not essential they can all stay home this is an outrage that got to stop we begin there in one minute this is the Glenn Beck program all right it is really critical.
The Best Digestive Enzyme Supplements
"Today I'm going to be talking about the best digestive enzyme supplements. These are the ones I use in my practice. That just enzymes are a vital part of my practice because most of my patients have gut issues that are connected to their thyroid issues and their auto immune issues and usually almost all of their health issues. So these are really important To healing your gut and getting well. So why don't we jump in and start with Betaine? Hcl's there's three supplements of wind cover today. The first is pertain. Hcl and this is used to optimize low stomach acid and so a lot of the symptoms of low stomach acid or things like acid reflux. And that might be contrary to what you understand. Or what you've heard. But GIRD OR GASTRO ESOPHAGEAL REFLUX DISEASE. Where the patient feels heartburn? That's actually usually due to not enough stomach acid. So that's mainly related to the pilots fainter. Which is the muscle between the ESOPHAGUS and the stomach is dilating for some reason and food or stomach. Acid is regurgitating up into the office and causing the burning. So I'm not going to go into a lot of detail of the causes of of acid reflux but one of them is usually low stomach acid So that's one of the first signs that the patient needs help with their acid levels also a lot of gas bloating nausea after eating those are usually good signs of low stomach acid. So as you get older your stomach acid decreases. That's just naturally the case for everybody but also someone's very sick if they're eating a highly processed diet or highly acidic diet if they're using antacids if they have a lot of stress stress shuts down stomach acid production that usually impairs your hydrochloric acid levels. Also if you're deficient in zinc that can cause low stomach acid and the FBI vitamins. And if you're hypothyroid you're going to have low stomach acid levels so we can connect low stomach acid levels and that's also called HYPO core history. A- that's actually been associated with bacterial overgrowth so CBO small intestinal bacterial overgrowth any infections in the gut. Whether it's bacteria fungi yeast viruses parasites. Any kind of infection can be due to low stomach acid levels so if you got a stool analysis and we find multiple organisms of all different types whether it's bacteria fungi parasite virus. That's a strong indicator that you're acid levels are low also if you're low and vitamins. B Twelve B six folate acid and the minerals. Things like iron magnesium calcium and zinc. Those can also be strong indicators of hypochondria so your stomach has cells called parietal cells and these respond to food in the stomach and they make hydrochloric acid. So sometimes we'll run a parietal cell antibody blood test because you can actually make antibodies against those cells. So it's an auto immune condition where the patient has hypo core history and then hydrochloric acid at it activates. The conversion of PEP CINNA JEN TO PEP ZAIN. And these are enzymes that are required to digest protein so again if the patient appears deficient in. Protein. But they're eating a lot of protein than they may have low stomach acid levels so very important for protein digestion nutrient breakdown and absorption. The acid is really what cleaves the proteins that are connected to different vitamins and minerals like B. Twelve or breaking apart calcium from carbonates. If you're taking a calcium carbonate supplemented the acid to cleave that connections you can absorb it so things like a leaky gut and inflammation these are also connected to Hypo Chorea. Because you need the food that you eat to be broken down properly. Otherwise you'll have large molecules. Large peptides from the protein could potentially leak into the bloodstream and cause inflammation one. Study not going to get into a lot of detail in the study but it was. It was an interesting study looking at hydrochloric acid levels and food sensitivities so twenty five percent of patients taking acid lowering drugs. They had an increased allergic response to their foods. So that's an ide- mediated response. Which is a true allergy. And so there was an increase response of this can be a histamine an increase histamine response to the foods that you eat. If you're acid levels are low and these authors specifically state that you can reduce food allergenicity up to ten thousand fold just by enhancing stomach acid levels. You can imagine if a patient's stomach acid levels are even moderately low. They're going to have more food sensitivities than more food sensitivities. You have the more inflammation you create. When you eat the more you caused this biosimilars and break down the Gut. So this is a real cornerstone of of improving anyone's health if they have a lot of food sensitivities or gut issues and so this adds important like I said. It's your first line of defense against these foodborne pathogens that people are constantly consuming and then stomach acid also keeps healy co b-actor. Pylori in check the H PYLORI. And that's a problematic bacteria and some people it's the source of stomach ulcers and there's also connections with H. Pylori and Conditions Lake Hashi motos disease and graves disease the connection with Hashi Moses weaker than it is with graves but a pretty strong connection with graves disease and H. Pylori. I mean it's also connected to cardiovascular disease and brain inflammation and all kinds of issues so One of the things to know is that as H. Pylori grows it's kind of a a self-defeating mechanism so if you have low stomach acid levels h. Pylori grows but then H. Pylori suppresses stomach acid production so it can be difficult to overcome that if those levels are low so as far as the digestive track os you want a highly acidic stomach and then as you get further down the intestine. Things become more alkaline. Actually so if you have low stomach acid levels you'll start to see an overpopulation of bacteria and fungi in the upper and you could overcome that by increasing acid levels. So if you see this BIOS or despotic symptoms. The key might not be probiotics. Although it usually is very helpful you can go more upstream than and improve your acid levels so just a few technical notes about detain HCL. It's actually seventy six percent between and only about twenty four percent hydrochloric acid so the tain though is it's an important part in the acids function so between it's also known as trimethyl lysine and it's found in foods like beets and a few other
$9,000 Bitcoin Cleared, Here Is The Plan
"On a really good mood goes on a really really good night. Why am I in really good mood? I hear you US health. Thanks for asking Good trying to say now I put a great trade out on tasers natural following me either on twitter facebook. Let's Craig called on Facebook by the way and you would have seen that video video out showing you how to use. Fta to raise a breakout. I also got video full. The breakout occurred that bracket went on to be profitable. Well done to anyone who took it now. I know the strategies Madonna. Expect you to take it because the last thing I will never want anyone to ever do is to follow someone blindly. That's why he tried to call. We have focused on making you the best trader. You can be hit empower you to make your own decisions so that you don't need someone like me kind of like when you go to university and you study something and then when you finish your studies you don't keep going back to university because you go to find a job usually in that field that you studied in and you continue to grow and learn until eventually you moss that skill set as well. It's the same thing with the education I provide. It's just a damn saw shaper added doesn't take as long. So what are we seeing across the markets will? I can tell you right now that Once again equities You know the ESPN and the why am will sort of the the the. Dow who hits pain all over the shop. It's pain all over the shop. Which is fine because lots of gaps and lots of lots of all sorts going on. It's not a market that I would have any interesting. I mean on the Intraday Charts. And they just hideous. That's why I'm focused on whip though we're above nine thousand now on. Bitcoin beauty beautiful. 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"Just to be clear there are lots of different kinds of skin cancer knowing them as just one of many chewed chewed happens to be the kind of cancer that comes from land sites which are the cells in our skin that make pigment and it's the third most common type of skin cancer right right behind squamous cell and Basal the Cell Carcinoma. And I would say it's also the scariest meaning people rarely die from squamous or Basal cell cancers but definitely can with melanomas right but let's not feed people out the five year survival for all. MELANOMAS is greater than ninety percent so that's good true. The thing to know is that survival rates are dependent on the size of the melanoma. Ah really the depth of the melanoma so if the melanoma just involves the top layer of skin. That's good treatment is almost always curious. Yeah but if the melanoma extends down into deeper layers of the skin or even metastases to different parts of the body then the five year. Survival rates dropped precipitously so for stage four disease which is the worst. The five year survival rate is pretty crappy. I think around twenty five percent. Yes so for obvious reasons. There has been a big emphasis on prevention and early detection. The idea being if you can find these things before they grew too big or too deep in prognosis will be better right so the first thing with respect to prevention is who is at risk because the risk of developing a melanoma is not the same for everyone. Yeah so people who are fair complected have blonde hair especially red hair and blue or green. Eyes are at an increased risk from Elena's. Yeah I think it's like twenty times more common in white people than black people. Yeah all white people I guess. Yeah Yeah and also if you spend a lot of time in the sun or -taining booth that's not good. Yeah we're talking to you. Donald trump does he couldn't attaining booth. I thought that was just a Tan from the spray on. It might be anyway if if you've got sunburn when you were a kid or teenager that's also not good. You know every time I right now. I'm just like checking every box I just cringe. I mean growing growing up. We spent so much time at the local pool. My mom would just drop us off at ten. For Time. Warner cod same. The lifeguard lifeguard was our babysitter but anyway that wasn't good. It was fun but not good. Yeah also win. The lifeguard wasn't there we douse ourselves with ketchup. And then fall at the diving boards like we'd been shot. I still feel really guilty about that. But it was also not good in a little disturbing. No good for the soul. But we digress. There are also some heritable disorders orders and genetic mutations that ran families that's put some people at risk and Radiation therapy in childhood also. So that's not good and people who just have a lot moles that increases the risk of developing melanoma. Okay so that brings up a question. If you're somebody that has a lot of moles. How can we tell them? Melanoma from Benign Neva or a normal old mole. What is melanoma look like? Well there are some characteristics that can help us tell good from bad but before we get into those we should probably say see. That doctors aren't really very good at predicting good from bad. I mean we're better than a crap. Shoot you mean better than fifty fifty right but even dermatologists the folks that look at these things all the time. I'm only get it right about seventy percent of the time so means that means if you're a good dermatologists you're still be removing normals. Pretty often right so anyway. There are a couple of tricks they teach you in Moscow to help you get it right one being the ABCD rule. Okay let's see if we can remember that far back as stands for a symmetry if the mole is asymmetric metric. That's not a good time right and be is borders. The borders are irregular. Also not good for color so lots of different colors red white blue also black and gray not good a mole should be just one homogeneous color right not a variety just read is okay just blues okay but not various colors then. D is diameter if the mole is six millimetres wide greater gus worrisome and finally which stands for evolve if you've had them all for years and then suddenly it starts to changing color shape size. Whatever north boy no moles should not evolve? Yeah they should remain uninvolved evolved. Yes also let's not forget. The Ugly Duckling will or one of these things is not like the other rule exactly so if someone has a lot of moles and they all look alike except for one. Maybe that one isn't just a mole and the ones that do look like just them all could also pretend that the potential is there that they could be something. It's very rare but you know we're not saying we're not diagnosing every normal here if it doesn't meet these criteria are not hard and fast. Yes that's true okay. So now everybody out there. Listening has stripped down birthday suit in his examining themselves with magnifying glass. Thanks for the mental energy me my pleasure but the thing is dermatologists are really working to improve public awareness of skin cancers I including melanomas true for good reason over the past twenty to thirty years a number of cases of melanoma has just skyrocketed in fact the number of invasive melanoma Mama cases has doubled from nineteen eighty to two thousand eleven which is scary because these are later stage melanomas the ones with a bad prognosis. Yeah but here's the deal. Most people think this is due to increased diagnosis from screening not a true increase in the number of cases. Well then we have a problem. I mean if the number of cases week diagnosed has doubled old because we're doing a better job screaming than we should see a corresponding decrease in mortality. Exactly but that's not what's happening. Mortality has decreased only a very little bit certainly not close. Goes to what you would expect with such a huge jump in diagnoses. And here's the other thing. The United States Preventative Services Task Force the USPS T.F. The the folks at review the body of research on a topic to see what the scientists telling us. These folks don't recommend screening. Let me repeat that they don't recommend screening. There's just not enough evidence evidence to say it really works so we're diagnosing more and more melanomas but it's not really affecting mortality. People are dying almost as much as before right and this is something. We're starting to see fairly early regularly and medicine. These days across many specialties We want to believe it. Screening the general population for cancers works. But this may not always be the case. Yes yes so the risks of not screening. We get you'll miss a cancer if it's early enough to do something about it but the risks of screening or not as well known or appreciated right and we've talked about this on previous podcast screen and can lead to false positives unnecessary procedures increased cost to patients inside in general anxiety pain suffering. All those things get so maybe we need to not necessarily screen more people but screen the right people right screen people who have a higher risk of the disease than the general population. Okay but it's not all doom and gloom in fact there's some really good news out there about MELANOMAS. There is for one. The number of melanomas diagnosed in young people is going down. We're seeing it less and less and young folks not exactly sure why this is happening. Maybe it's due to increased emphasis on prevention. I mean I was out there with baby oil on my kids. Were not out there with baby. Yeah so there's there's a big difference right there yeah. Meeting more people stayed out of the sun or covered up. More people wearing sunscreen. That kind of thing. Yeah I slathered sunscreen on my kids way more than my parents ever did for me. I was religious about a real then still there were a few cents sunburns in their same. Because we're so pale but well. I'm wondering if you've been getting questions from friends and family lately about the safety of Sunscreen because of that study the FDA publish this yeah right so this is a study that showed chemicals in sunscreens are absorbed systemically Klay levels at the FDA would normally require choir phase one through three testing before approving exactly. So here's the thing we have no idea what these chemicals are up to. And our body wants to gibbs or maybe they're up to nothing they're totally harmless more. Maybe not we just don't know but we do know that using sunscreen prevents skin cancer sir. That's not in doubt so we need more studies. That what I hear you saying. We need more studies to figure out what's going on. But until then dermatologists are recommending. Continued it to use sunscreen because the benefits are so great. Yeah and the risks are basically unknown. If you're really freaked out about it you can use zinc oxide based or titanium oxide Bay sunscreens trains. Those aren't absorbed. They just sit on the top of the skin right there barriers. But don't stop protecting yourself from the Sun. We knew the benefits to some protection. So keep up the good work mom and
George Adamski and the Space Brothers
"To our second episode on George Adamski who birthed the alien contact t- he movement when he claimed to have met Venetian alien on November twentieth. Nineteen fifty-three last week. We described. How Georgia's obsession with obtaining -taining the perfect photo of a UFO supposedly lead to something far greater an actual face to face meeting with a being he claimed named was an alien from Venus? This alleged encounter chronicled in George's nineteen fifty-three book the flying saucers have landed. Which also oh included detailed photos of the aliens flying saucer propelled him to worldwide fame and placed him at the forefront of the UFO world? But not everyone who heard. His story was ready to believe it this week. We'll explore the fallout from Georgia's book. We'll his reputation. Survive have the intense scrutiny of government authorities and UFO skeptics. Or will he be proven to be nothing. More than a glory seeking impostor in the fall of nineteen fifty. Three Georgia Danski was the biggest is name in the UFO world. Eventually word of Georgia's incredible story caught the attention of Edward J ruffled the head of project. Blue Book the. US government's official Task Force for studying the UFO phenomenon. Ruffled was already aware of George. George had sent many of his previous previous. UFO photos to the project. Blue Book offices but analysis proved inconclusive. When rebelled heard about Georgia's meeting with Venetian Shen Alien? He decided to investigate the matter himself. He was skeptical of Georgia's story but the uproar was causing merited closer observation. Listen ripple describe meeting George in his nineteen fifty-six book the report on unidentified flying objects sometime in nineteen fifty three deep rumble traveled incognito to the small hamburger stand where George worked in the shadow of the Grand Observatory on the summit of Southern California's. Mount Halla Mar.. The rebelled was surprised to see how crowded the hamburger stand was. He knew word had spread of Georgia's incredible story but he couldn't believe how many people had come to hear it for themselves but if Georgia's fame had gone to his head he didn't show it. He bustled around the hamburger. Stand as if it was any any other day serving customers and cleaning tables finally George settled onto a stool in the middle of the room and began to tell his story. Despite his scepticism Ruppel found himself drawn. In by Georgia's homespun charisma. He spoke plainly. Almost as if he didn't believe the story himself himself but the conviction Georgia's is spoke to his belief that he was telling the truth by the time George was finished speaking everyone. Everyone was hanging on his every word. There hamburgers getting cold. Their beers getting warm. After George finished his story he took an old shoebox out from under the counter. Inside was one of the plaster casts that his friend George Williamson had taken the aliens footprints instead instead of tread marks the aliens blueprints featured mysterious symbols. That seemed to be from some sort of alien language. Although rebelled Ted enjoyed Georgia's story he didn't find it. Believable and the plaster casts did little to sway him. Not only did he find it. Awfully convenient lenient. That Georgia's friend just so happened to take plaster with him on their desert excursion rebelled also wondered. How the alien could have left such a clear imprint in the dry desert ground it seemed like ruffled was the only person left in the hamburger? Stand who question. Georgia's story as rebelled headed Out People were lined up to ask George for more details and to buy the copies of Georgia's UFO photos that he had for sale. Although rebelled suspected expected George was lying about meeting the alien he didn't have enough proof to definitively take George down for now George would remain on the UFO world's proverbial mountaintop.
How to Stop a Killer Asteroid
"GonNa Start Out Story on February Fourteenth Twenty Tain the world's finest asteroid researches were meeting for a conference in Vienna. Allan Harris was catching up with some colleagues. We had a nice evening in in a restaurant in Vienna talking-shop as people do some of that shop talk was about an asteroid that was expected to fly by Earth. The next day it had been discovered a year before and scientists were tracking it closely. They predicted it was going to just skim pastas. It was coming quite close to the earth. The scientific community entity was ready and waiting and so we were all geared up. We were expecting it. The asteroid is called DNA. It's a potato shaped rock about one hundred thirty eight it across and it was expected to be one of the closest encounters ever recorded between us an asteroid of its size. Scientists have press releases ready and interviews scheduled. It was rather exciting so with the big day ahead. Alan hit the. Hey Jude. Brush my teeth. How To wash amend just fell asleep keep in Vienna? Alan slept peacefully the two thousand miles away in the city of Chelyabinsk in Russia so so gay to Madre and astrophysicist remembers hearing the asteroid as that exploded over his hometown. Cigarette Sto Berlin the Segue says some people were frightened. He also also told us that when the asteroid exploded because the chemical reaction evolved stop. He says the air smells different. Some people even sensed different taste in the mouth they said it had some metal flavor doll across the city. The blast damaged buildings links caging in some roofs and shattering windows more than one thousand people were treated for. Injuries mostly cuts from broken glass. The asteroid ended up causing millions of dollars in damage back in Vienna Allen. Had No idea what had happened while he was sleeping. He wiped out brushed his teeth and headed down to breakfast. All I could see from where I was sitting having my breakfast was a reflection of a TV monitor which was just showing the news and the picture that keping repeated was that of a streak across the sky but then I managed to read the I think it was the word meaty or something backwards. Alan was confused Doue. The asteroid scientists had been tracking. Wasn't supposed to come by earth until later that night and it wasn't meant to hit earth it just come close. He realized that this asteroid that he was saying streak across the sky on the television. The one that had just exploded over Russia it wasn't Wednesday it was an entirely different asteroid. And that's really when I began. My jaw dropped my Georgia's dropped and I got up. I left my breakfast table. Got Up to to actually view the TV screen directly. I gave the screen. I think I saw this I just I just couldn't believe it. This was just total coincidence. Allen just stood there agape for a bit processing what he's saying. He was totally stunned but of course he he had a meeting to get to so we hopped on the Metro. We go onto the train. A dairy majorly just sitting right in front of us. They're where the colleagues from the Jet Propulsion Laboratory in. I'm from NASA headquarters so all the people in the world you would want to talk about this event were right there. Did any of them have any idea that this might happen. Not at the toll. Nobody could have predicted this. We didn't know anything about it. You know the only event who predicted was out of the close approach of Wendy Allen says some researches were a little red faced. Well I think there was a little bit of embarrassment. How are we going to explain to the world that we did not see this coming? ooh Yeah I made really how are you going to explain it Ellen. How did you and the rest of the Asteroid Researches spot one asteroid that was passing by US but missed the mets lab into
"tain" Discussed on Mythical Monsters
"The Tango was first conceived as a celestial hound in in Chinese folklore but when transferred to Japanese mythology. It gradually evolved into a mean-spirited trickster with the body of a man man and the wings and beak of a bird by the late thirteenth and early fourteenth century CE visual representations of the Tanga started to change once more detangle was now depicted as a Goblin like man with a bright red face yes and an absurdly long knows it often wore the attire of a Yamabushi an ascetic monk of the mountains. This new form form became known as the Canot hot tango while they now appeared more human than ever canot how tango retained wind characteristics. That harkened back to its bird like shape. Their giant nose was simply a beak by another name and they usually still had hawk like wings from kidnapping priests to misleading monks to tormenting dragons. The newest iteration of Tain Goo grew infamous for their vast appetites for troublemaking but on occasion they also served as cherished allies by the fourteenth century. C E Tales of tango offering expertise expertise in weapon making and martial arts spread through Japan they graced worthy humans with Special Weapons Marshall Strategies and I believe in supernatural fighting abilities woodblock carvings from this period depict great samurais learning their arts from unskilled tango. Perhaps the most famous tango pupil of them all was the legendary military. Commander Minamoto. No no Yoshikuni.
Japan's shredding scandal
"Now as everyone settles in to the Christmas party season a different type of potty in Japan has embroiled the government in a political scandal. Japan's Cherry Cherry Blossom. Viewing parties are famous but one hosted by the prime minister. Shinzo Abe is now mired in cronies scandal making things worse just Allah's after the opposition sought more information on the event K.. Documents were shredded. It's highlighted the government's love of the industrial scale shredder as is our north North Asia correspondent Jake's termer reports from Tokyo each year paypal. He anxiously a white the Sakura or cherry blossom forecasts. Oh costs that predict when and wave pink flowers will reveal themselves across the country between the end of March and first few weeks of April. The blooms of the Cherry blossom make for spectacular sight across Japan and many people come out to celebrate the cold Hanami parties it's like a giant picnic underneath the dazzling blossoms with family friends or colleagues with food and drink combi every year since one thousand nine hundred fifty. Two Japanese government has hosted a state funded honey party but the cost of this is party was around seven hundred. Fifty Dow's Australian Dollars Double The cost from twenty four tain normally around ten thousand people attend that one but this use guest list stretched to eighteen thousand. And it's just who received an invite that's led to accusations of cronyism and favoritism from the opposition these parties a prime minister. Shinzo Abe's own benefit because he invites his own supporters. His Prime Minister Obey initially denied any direct involvement in making arrangements for those invited but about one thousand guests at the potty. AUTY wouldn't nominated to attend by the prime minister and his wife Aca. So who was he this year. Most I don't know her because the guest list was shredded. And so what's thought to be the Nakabayashi. NSA seven five one. Zero Mach three just one hour after the opposition requested a copy of the guest list. It was mulched in the industrial sized document. Destroy the machine can clear one thousand pages in a single
Gaza youth facing daily existence in a nightmarish scenario
"With unemployment in Gaza standing at fifty four percent. Young people are living a daily existence in a nightmarish scenario according to the UN humanitarian coordinator for the occupied Palestinian territory. Jamie McGoldrick said Palestinian youth gaze across the Mediterranean Iranian at the lives of their European counterparts. On wonder why they too cannot have a job or buy a car or afford to go on holiday. Mr McGoldrick was is in New York this week and spoke to my Kube About Challenges Facing on raw the UN agency that assists the Palestinian people which continues to face a staggering two hundred million dollars funding shortfall. He began by addressing recent developments at the agency. Whose chief resigned this month pending the outcome of an investigation Gatien into alleged misconduct? I haven't seen the letter. The resignations took place but I I would say is very important. The the mandate was renewed last week. Um I am for three years nothing. Vote the came by the embassies too. I should very strongly the foreign row. That said I think that what the challenge ahead of them. Were currently eight thousand. Nine million dollars a blank area and they've gone on one hundred and ten million pledged astounding collected two hundred million dollars which is essential services for Enron and there's no tentative and places like Gaza the only people who are providing that level of support to that number of people and if that was distort them what you've got schools you've got hospitals you've got basic support to population who are dependent on international assistance stock and we have to find ways of making sustainable under under right now the fragile funding streams that go to in a very uncertain and I think increases attention increases unhappiness down seventy. I think it could also lead to some other key problems in the future. You are coming from obt Howe's though when you left the house the situation in the aftermath of the latest you just attack well. I think there's really attack was As part of you know this back and forth escalate to police last week I think we saw a lobster was a raucous that flew into The nieghboring it is in Israel. That's unfortunate because this indiscriminate against them civilian populations but I think the fact that there was that four four people killed in Gaza self and of those eight children and twenty women I think is cleared as there's a major tragedy there and I think we have to. There was a the whole family One of the the attacks the bombings and I think there has to be investigations independent and then partial investigations into these events in order for going to build trust and support for and what we hope. Is that the the CAM that's taken place last Friday. The the actual marches on Friday was closed. It was stopped and I think these are good things and hopefully the CAM maintains because people are are the tie of them have been through this so many times and if you see the way people live in Gaza and you see the conditions have to endure. I mean it's the hopelessness and the disbanded. The other set is so palpable and frustration. There's an angle is a rage. There that's caused by the the suffocating blockade is there and I think that it's always GonNa be fragile unless we do something more sustainable and fundamental. You said there's there will be no marsh. Meaning the Great Marsh to overturn has stopped. So is it just a temporary very stop having a temporary. I don't know 'cause they talked to. They might assume I assumed the resume but this is just because connected to the deaths of last week okay Before the OBT. You're in Yemen if we were to compare the two contexts. Where do you find the most hardship challenges? I don't think he's I don't think it's necessarily good to compare tragedy. I'm going to think what were you are another thing is the league table tragedy. I mean if you're a passenger no more individual living in Gaza living in San living in other parts I mean you compare yourself to others you just compare yourself to what you've got what it was like before and I I think in the Gaza Texas what will you have ahead of you and I think that will people have ahead of them. Is is a very dark and nightmarish future and I think Insana it's probably less so because it's a fresh crisis and you see that political gains already been made by the special envoy there he seems to be able to do somewhat with the parties altis and I think things are moving in a better direction. The wear see two years ago in Gaza. I think the the the reconciliation issue between the two parts of the Fatah and Hamas go along we offer Lou elections have been suggested and the future I think until there's a unified Palestinian approach. You have an attempt to have a bear reconciliation with Israel and. I think that's important even before we'll do not so but I think the tragedy itself is very much the same as any crisis is always the poorest and the most vulnerable who suffer suffer and in the case of Palestine is the same as Yemen. It says the poorest people in the people who live in a fragile existence people have been abandoned or people who've been disenfranchised on Chai's of people who have had no government working for them for for years decades. Whatever the case may be and then what you see is an example of that Suffering is people's day to day life in both places but right now. Because I'm impala. It's hope it Palestinian people struggle daily basis because of for example in in Gaza fifty four percent of people employed and the seven tain under thirty years of old every seven. Every ten person doesn't have a job the people wake up in the morning and then they go on their mobile phones in the twenty five five year olds in the Sillier in London and they say themselves why can't have a job and a car and married and travel and freedom noble life and so for them. IT'S A. It's a deed daily existence and a nightmarish scenario because the as a despondent place to live because people look across the horizon the Z.. In the Mediterranean Sea in the north of the side. You know the people are having holidays and people having a life will they are the stock and I think that dimension please on you and that's why we've got some CD's psychological issues. Why the suicide rates are they? Are I think why people drug taking takes place. People are just trying to relieve and I think that's why you have the demonstrations. I think people an opportunity of let rip because they don't get that chance otherwise if we compare what you have this year to last year where are we. Well I I do think is better for example if you measure Things statistics tell the story. I think what tells US studio is is the the human dimension of things You know the and if you look at it from external point of view as the funding we have is less than it was last year You know we're currently a fifty seven percent funded of humanitarian response plummeted. A two hundred million dollars and without Quaid's to is the M forty percent of people we should be having because of identified them as needs and people who required what assistance we don't fund them we don't support them so how Mr them they just get more vulnerable than more impoverished next year and if the funding is going in the same direction I right now is diminishing. What chances do we have to address those needs as people's needs again also economic decline? You've got political paralysis and you'd be growing humanity needs a worse worse combination that you can have an. We don't see any way and more we're trying to do is to putes international community. Try and rescue. People become something which is really really biden difficult then beyond and it's not just doing robot Israel nervous over the UN agencies the NGOs national international who'd older in their services and we have to find a way of steaming taming this Diminishment of funding. That's going in Gaza. Palestine as is no longer. It's no longer over the top priorities for countries as for funding and we have to find ways of telling that story and I just don't think again the human story and health sectors as a perfect example of.
Three Wide, No Cover | Melbourne Cup Runner by Runner Preview
"Hello hello and welcome to a very special edition of three while had no cover a Melbourne cap spatial we're going to go through every runner in the rise and fall and you will win out in a rice that stops a nation Russian and more to co host as always went on I'm in the chair and Julian Velazquez in white hot form of the moment if Russia on Saturday you went with Miami Band and Rice to over fleet you are on far at the moment you hit can easily change your on the good as you last election bought we going by but this rice is tough if there's an idea but we're gonNA raw knows all about it and you'll be able to put us in the right direction recently does these group one winning jockey many many times I'll tell you what when you come ad for Melbourne Cup wake what do you do you know you're going to be on TV beat you get rid of the beat and you go clean shy of any loops ten years younger that man is some and Marshall thank you good to have view I in the pigskins tonight especial Melvin competition this is a good feel this is a great field there's stack question marks recognize genuine chances in the Rice Sarah dissecting talking about them and maybe a COUPLA fees for the panels at home as we always liked the play the motorcycles watch this show all the time we're laws that are not always here markle wall will make wall or skipper as we now him macy's full alive and apparently he's got appendicitis and he organized they shouted out he was the driver behind Z.? LOVES BEING ON THE CAMERA LOVES BEING ON TV now apparently appendicitis apparently rushed to hospital but this video always target only twenty four hours ago and show you video on will the background camera legal round the block a man in the back dead who is going to pin this on us now are always the doctor boys I would be looking getting nowhere near the appendix I'll be working towards the leveraging as the light scratching on vets at voice box towel enjoys Dhabi heavy wealth to talk about on Taylor downdraft on Saturday fans wind the Melbourne Cup the Siamese Prince of aerated law she came third in the rice has that changed anything look into the rice it's now seven eight dollars and obviously we've seen through history that you win the Lexus the wholesome the SOB whatever it's called utain to run really well in the Melbourne Cop in the the market seems to gravitate toward you we'll get to that very shortly bought the market did change a little bit off to the barriers or war we're going to get the market up a brand new let's go through the market rocket as it stands at the moment and glass who's coming to five or tim that was a bad I fifty a couple of weeks ago Constantinople touch sevens at had fiend Shit tain bound declares in the cross Cantu the extra kilos this she is surprised by being Il Paradiso having a lot of pundits h. y. the Prince of Erin and move always at either over the table and Raymond Tusk at Nineteen downdraft is the one that came means southern France bits bits two thousand dollars on on the five southern France at twenty one dollars all the way Dan Hunting Horn who won two weeks ago at forty one dollars here it's a big rice guys on the page and there's still some genuine probably live chances there as well toy that we've had since the barrier to that the punishment the most sports bit the favorite mode aglow I told is into six fifty after the barrier draw guy to probably a big advantage for that horse obviously it's good it's about thirty two hundred meters but maybe the guy alleviates it's a couple of those problems with that and the other one was lying there the to the pun is one of the moment for us at sports is there anything out of Sessa die the why the trek plied that you can take in the Melbourne Cup look other than the fact that you are dandruff obviously going really well he's going to be fit we still have these trucks going apply to be honest it was quite wet on Saturday there's GonNa be some rain today on Monday and supposedly drawing we know it's a joint track but he's going to draw on add some confidence seem Flemington because what we saw on Saturday Dhabi is they used the entire tract I didn't just stick to the fence that didn't stick for the day in the middle like I'm Dan wide and we sold melody battle-winning Michael Grand and also fees impact and then towards the end of the day that I wish shifting off and leaving the fence about four horses of a gap to the inside running row also it was a great spread right across the track all wouldn't expect it to be too much I've got to get through it on Melbourne Cup Day and jockeys go to pick their best path so Jewish touched on it a little bit of inclement weather I think it'll just help Flemington because it's such a great draining track they've prepared these track for the full days play on Oregon it was really fair on Saturday more I'm really looking forward to catching up with the hall of fame trying to dive is he's got three runners in the Melbourne Cup and we're going to get him on the final on a little bit lighter so he won't be able to help some throughout the show today I'm looking forward to that is your task done well let let's go through all the runners one by one in Reis Book Order Starting With Number One cross candidate last year obviously a little bit more white penalty the she does a two-horse classy Ohio UCS V8's now with goodell from blue forever because of course Canis Ripa but that's last year that's irrelevant now you go to carry fifty seven and a half doing now you can get thirty two hundred Mehta's after one the Melvin copy he wants him otherwise he went to do boy I wanNA group to their he started two dollars fifty in this ledger most recent run looking Ren fourth I think back in that rice it was a little bit of a worrying run but he has the pay over a lot of these other international forces put it this way Celli police and absolutely gun he's done it before these horses this is done it before he can win the rice he's not my talk for everybody can definitely win the rice is to have been more helpful because I'm going to trust him at Flemington Lymington as a genuine style what we saw last year was that three year old northern hemisphere hemisphere foam come to the fore carried fifty two key allies he was the best background Gripe Gripe profile leading into that rice since then Josie mentioned you want my which was terrific winning out of the thirty two hundred meters so to me that look walk a whole studied improved to travel back tonight in and then he ran out of a full thousand meters he got one point nine links off stratovarius in gripe form rice in the Gold Cup with D. XP just let's be in front of him as well and then he wasn't far why beyond Stratovarius again in the goodwood and then Dayton full links I'll forgive him for that he's had a really good I think he's a better whole this year and net foam and those four runs within twelve months suggest that he's a bit holes that's fifty seven and a half the reason Gordon Moore top four is because I'm going to trust him as the genuine style in the rice think if you've got class law came you can come back drawing a good guy with fifty seven and a half get locked away and he's going to use he's that he's going to be more top four for those reasons I think we're going to see a bit of a patent horses that can win absolutely smell them cap so that is a big number one cross cannock came winless got the number to murder glass obviously after the barrier draw eight fifty six dollars fifty dining line on board came in as well Ken Wayne counting anyway any of that process of six dollars fifty Moran knowing nine dollars fifty but of a winning chance look he wanted to cool field cop I think the inside guy is the positive Damian line is absolutely able when he's a fantastic jockey there is concerns whether it gets thirty two hundred meters stay in that's probably the concern for the Japanese but I think the inside guy allows him to maybe get a bomb and just because up clued up if you can be with four hundred maters guy I've got no daddy can win the rice doubts on the coffee cupping teams if he had every opportunity to win that rice and still on the run high twenty four and a half twelve and a half so it wasn't sensational last four hundred dollars two hundred a pretty moderate Tampa he's got meaningful the Japan and as a guns I think sometimes we can fall into the brains of twenty four hundred a Coffee Cup win locked that didn't right off the roof in terms of figures that was he's I have a twenty four hundred proud of that he was a two-time winner I have a twenty two hundred police phones brain around the mall and a quarter so easy to to brilliant and is he wanted to he's best at fifty-six kilos against genuine thirty two hundred natal's GonNa be strong that you can trust at the end of the rice with that Madam on top four and now he gets the best run but he's going to need the bush guidance it'll suck up beyond side he can use that tune afoot but easy the brain Ho slot the Saudi thinks these talk horses that we've saying come through at the mall and a quarter and right really well and Hoy but just with the fifty six and not being tested beyond twenty four hundred meters of got that question macaroni happy to him on Kenny Win Not yes yes okay number three mass reality twenty six dollars at at the moment Frankie Dettori onboard can't win yes but I just don't know enough about the tone four one hundred twenty three matches up pretty well but time for one hundred twenty three fifty four and a half roy it up there I mean that's a fair wack he's the handicap has got a hold of him there's no doubting that he ran fifty alleged that cross Canada ran fourteen cross Canada Tudo is fifty Master Valley started fifteen does he can win but I've got him into bat twenty one twenty six dollars look I wouldn't be knocked over but he won't be my betting strategy is to he can he can running the top bite for show this horse because he's a genuine style and he's trolling barrier wine he gets a fifty five and a half and he's foolish stratovarius there's a lot of this
"tain" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show 2.0
"Broadcaster daytime. Talk show for advice. He told me always keep the show in mind and basically thank my boys and keep moving. If you had to give somebody advice that was going to go down the career path that you dominated. What would it be be informed. You wanna be entertaining -taining and you want to try and give you the audience something they don't have now. It's changed when we spotted pat. We add more information than the audience that it's now. The audience got every bit information you have so that's gone okay so now. It's about different. It's about perspective. It's about opinion. It's about your take. So you gotta have a personality and you have to have a good take on things. That's going to be the guys who got a breakthrough now. Other one to have a take that is original hello and is entertaining. That's gonna that's gonna be what separates the next group of people who are successful at this because you know there's so much out there. There's there's so much clutter. You know we started. There wasn't a lot there. We started sports talk radio. It was failing when dog and i took over it was actually going to they. They were almost done with it. They were they will bleeding money. They will lose their shirt now remember but wasn't for imus keeping us afloat before <hes> with regular show joe in the morning. The fan never would made it so it took a little while to get going wants to did it. It really took off. <hes> you know so now. You have a format saturated now. You have podcast where everybody has a podcast. You can't bump into someone who doesn't have a part. Every producer has a podcast okay. If you bump up into an inter i guarantee he's got a funny has a podcast so that makes it basically a world clutter. You gotta cut through that. Okay now. Beginning beginning advantage of someone knows you like you. You're well known but you have to somehow cut through and i think that's where you comes into having a good take original take personality that makes you different whatever it is that makes you different whether it's attitude whether it's perspective. That's really what it comes down to. You have to somehow cut through the clutter water okay so you're obviously man that i look up to a lot of people in the world that do this daily talk. Show thing who are some people that you've noticed in in the line of business that we're in well. I'm not in that. You rented big now. They tell me you're doing great yet. You're actually tell me one of the few people actually making any money with a podcast so god bless you. I'm lucky man. I'm lucky most people who are doing working for free ho a lot by the way a lot other people. There's a few of us that get very lucky that we get a chance to pay some folks with the advertising who are some people that are younger that you enjoy the sportstalk world anybody or is it kind of just such a different world now that you just kind of think shit. I don't comment on others because it's not fair so i thought everybody and i gotta be honest. I don't listen to other people people i gotta. I gotta be very honest. I don't listen to the radio. <hes> i listen to music. I listened to <hes>. Sometimes i listen to the financial shows. I listened to a <hes> political talk. I don't listen to a.
"tain" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
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"tain" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM
"Yeah. On sixty five or six in a month. A hundred sixty five sixty six I usually like to keep you don't do what one fifty five, okay? Most of the we did I gain is right or wrong my stomach, and that tells you right away that you're not able to digest the food you're eating. So a few changes need to be made if you'd like to live to ninety six in good health, you need to make some changes. The first change is make the main meal at lunchtime. And for many people, that's a difficult thing. But let me to help you tremendously. That's number one. Number two. You want to not eat cooked food without taking digestive enzymes at your age, you're producing almost nothing in the way of digestive enzymes. So as soon as you eat a bigger meal, it's just rotting and this gain weight gain at the stomach means that the bacterial ecology of your gut called the microbiome is being disordered, and as you disorder it you favor, potentially harmful organisms, whose waste products can adversely affect your brain and your nervous system. So that gestion is a real key players. So you want to jump on some quantum digest at your body's is about two of those at the start of the meal if you forget and take it at the end works almost as good then at the end of the meal about four the tain hydrochloride. Now, we always have. Worry when you're sixty five or so that you may have accumulated a serious blow or trauma from the forehead to the pubic bone. And if you have it may sedate your stomach, so when you try to take the sale you experienced burning if you do drink a bunch of water, it will go away stop taking that until you can get stomach support. And you'll need about two of those as tea and you'll make that tea before you eat that will get the stomach to test on temporarily. So now you can use a sale and digest and as you use the shell and digest all the weight at your gut will disappear. How's that for a deal? That's what I like. That. So then, you know, you're in control. Okay..
"tain" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"-taining the close relationship with Russia. More ahead from CBS news and Illinois state trooper struck by a car and kill while helping with an accident on the Tri state tollway and a Portage park. Fire leaves one person dead WVU PM sports NFL playoffs. Kansas city. Beat indianapolis. Thirty one thirteen winning their first playoff home game in twenty four years, Los Angeles. Rams hold off Dallas thirty to twenty to the Blackhawks lose four three to Vegas and over time to bulls fall to the jazz in Utah, again, thirty one degrees O'Hare with a wind chill of twenty. And CBS news is next admit not. This is CBS news on the hour. Sponsored by Liberty Mutual insurance aren't off forty. We do not know much about President Trump's conversations with Russian President Putin other than they met one on one with nobody would translators president Washington Post reports Mr. Trump has made a major effort to keep it that way, this is not normal. This is not usual. The big question is why political analyst Leonard Steinhorn, the very fact that the president does not seem to want to disclose and wants to seem to hide his conversations with Putin. That's got to be another layer of information that's going to intrigue Bob Muller, and potentially that might lead to some other things, but only George Janine Pirro program on friendly, Fox News, Mr. Trump claim he would now be okay with releasing Krant scripts of his Putin one on one would I don't care. I mean, I had a conversation like every president. Does you sit with the president of various countries? I do it with all countries this against a background of. A recent New York Times report the FBI has investigated. Mr. Trump is a possible Russian agent and new plans by democratic house committee chairman to look deeper into all things Russia. This is the third weekend. Started a fourth week of the partial government shutdown the amount of weekend movement toward a solution zero turning to the weather. It has been deadly this weekend at least seven that's blamed on. Are you storm? That's dumped pretty much everything. Mother nature can throw from above on about half the country Saint Louis and surrounding areas have been hammered by snow, which is now falling further east storm. It's going to bring some prolong snow to the mid Atlantic. So DC the I ninety five corridor. This will intensify and bring them snow not only throughout the day on Sunday. But also through Monday morning, WBZ TV meteorologist Jacob wycoff. More than sixty five million people are under a winter. Storm warnings needless to say there are power outages in spots. Travel is a problem too. In politics had another democratic presidential hopeful for. Former Obama administration housing chief former San Antonio mayor Julian Castro.
"tain" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Tain f year in your ear. It's rare to see it jumped the freeway like it did a rotor powered bucket brigade. Dropping gallons of lake on the flames dousing destruction one flight at a time a lot of this is just fuel. It's just it's just tender waiting to just explode. What you've been hearing all day. Did you ever see a firefighter buying lunch or dinner donuts, or whatever you need to? Our radio station. Fire injures four I'm about ETA live from the KFI twenty four hour newsroom. Four people have been hurt in a fire in Boyle heights. Fire. Started around four this morning on each Sheridan street. Firefighters found sixty six year old woman badly hurt in the house during the fire. Three other people in the house had to be taken to the hospital. CHP is watching you. If you've been drinking or drugging a California Highway Patrol maximum enforcement period is underway from last night at six until midnight on New Year's day. Police are looking for anyone driving impaired. That includes those who've had too much alcohol marijuana or any other illegal or legal drug that can affect driving. Officer Sierra Lund says during last New Year's holiday weekend, more than nine hundred drivers were arrested here in LA county alone and he arrested over one hundred forty seven people last year suggest getting a designated driver do rideshare or grab a cab, Amy king KFI. News. This state has decided it will not give the pot industry a place to stash cash a new report concluded taxpayers would lose money if the state back the Bank for the marijuana industry Christian Valdez, head of a network of marijuana ad says, ironically, the state accepts bags of cash every day for marijuana taxes and fees. And what does the state do to grab that cash bag? They go across the street and the deposited into a Bank. He says he's had clients trying to pay invoices with cash. Yeah. There is risks. I don't wanna be walking around with thirty thousand dollars in cash. The report says the only solution is getting the feds to change marijuana regulations. Corbin Carson KFI news. It turns out that people support gene editing, but with limits most Americans in an AP in OR center for public affairs research poll.
"tain" Discussed on Ear Biscuits
"The ramble. Welcome your biscuits. I'm Rhett. Come on man. Why I'm saying like, you don't wanna be here. I want to be here. I'm, I'm just, I'm nervous. You're nervous. I've just, yeah, I just anxious about thought process so much information. Well, that sounds like you're overwhelm welcome to your biscuits. I'm Rhett. That came out, welcome to your biscuits. I'm right. No. You sound more. More excited. Are you frustrated? Yeah. With your with the amount assess. I think that there's so many thoughts in your brain that I think you're, you're overwhelmed with the processes, led to this conversation. And I'm link this week at the round tables of dim lighting, right? We are continuing to the discussion from a number of weeks back surrounding the question. Do you tubers watch YouTube and in part one, this is part two. We said. I hate to break it to us and anyone else who might be disappointed. But no, we don't really watch YouTube as a form of entertainment in that just feels wrong. It feels wrong. Ironic, ironic, surprising that there's a shame shame associated with it shameful. So that the question. The more of question for part two for me at least is, is there anything worth watching on YouTube for me? I'm not saying necessarily for you or for you, but for me and we ask you guys to suggest things that you thought would resonate with us that are on the YouTube platform. And then we start a wrestling with the suggestions. I actually started wrestling with a lot of things about, you know, we don't typically give sinement s- to ourself that then require a time commitment. So I started wrestling with that like win. I'm gonna start watching you if I don't watch YouTube videos. I'm such a schedule oriented person so focused when I'm I going to get to it. That's one thing I came up with and I'll come back to the other things, but I'm curious. Well, I can speak to. I know you watch more. I did watch stuff that exact same thing. So Seles start. I start there just with I watching extreme things into perspective in terms of how much visual entertainment I already have in my life. I think I realized over the past few weeks, it actually isn't that much time, right? What my life has become when it turned in terms of television and I'm using television in the broad sense of stuff that you can see that that moves on screen screen. Tain -ment is screen taint, okay. It really comes down to my wife and I making a decision to watch a series that were into before we go to bed and. That happens a minority of nights. And in fact, this week we're recording this on Thursday, and I have been spending most of my in some work time as well, kind of checking out all the all these gestures. We'll get into exactly how much I've enjoyed of each one or how far I went, but I only watched about twelve minutes of one episode of Ozark because that's something that Jesse and I've been watching on Netflix really liked the show. Good. I fell asleep, twelve minutes in to Ozark in. I actually love the show and still fell asleep, twelve watching or do choose like you want me to cut this off because she looked over..
"tain" Discussed on Back To Back
"Free to five off and I start gain five when a ninety eleven nine working as a chef was really long hours. But on the Friday between two and five, there was a record store just ran the Kona from from where I was working. So at the end of the month is to go to the record storage and the old school you'd standing records. Will the guy beyond the counter will pull out a new record, come out in the last few weeks. He would play it and then everyone in the store and it'd be about tain, fifteen people eat plays it and you put your hand up and then copy of that record and put in, you'll being in the HR beat and the when you wanted to leave the store. You go to the front and you say right much, and I would always spend over my salary. Of course, I never have enough money, pay my rain, and it was one of those stories. And one of my doing what going on just always broke. I was each day. I was a bedroom DJ that was just in love those moments. I look back in a minute with a foam renowned thing that was the buff of of my musical career was. Grew up playing streets was Aram easy, but then stand on my own to fainting. Okay. Well, now I, you know, of a left my parents house and got rent a pie and wanna play music, but I've got to maintain a job to live. Right. And how do you balance all of that? And is it realistic? I actually, I had a very similar story. You know, I was always musicals a kid. You know, played instruments was in bands all of that, but it never. It never just took me over until I started buying records the same way they when did you start thinking that music could be a career? Could be something that paid your rent? Was there any kind of revelation or moment, or was it just something it was? It was quietly creeping up on me, you know, denied denied the whole DJ experience for many years. I was like, you know. One I wanted was your conception of a DJ at that the there really wasn't a main. There was no, we pave the way we we, we created that moment. Yeah, for years ago the there was DJ's before us. Of course it was electric music before us, of course, but thirty years ago you will go to nightclub. We would stand at the ball. I'm gonna be a- goes will be done sitting around the handbags, the DJ's over in the corner. No one's really penitential. Well, all that changed. Myself in a few of came back from me beta, right? Everyone started to dance and look at the j. everyone took no Savona me's..
"tain" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"Deals in, hint painted oil -taining our bread and, butter product the art that we usually. Sells normally is hint Reproductions of art by. Artists like Van Gogh, Clint some of the world's most famous artists and we reproduce them by hand which is which. Is very unique a few years ago we started the idea of doing the custom or, for people disc for businesses or for individuals and it could be just a work of art that you saw can't find, anywhere else or it could be that you wanted to picture of you and your dog or you and your wife or your kids or your your family vacation photo or just. A beautiful photo. To, to yourself with some beautiful scenery in the vehicle came up and we started. Doing it and customers are limited so it's exciting well I have to tell, you that in looking at the artwork that you have it's. Kind of, like when, I've gone to art museums and shows and stuff it's. Like bringing that quality, of art, writing to your home I mean. It's really really beautiful work that you guys do Do, you know what we loved about the cost, of the first time we looked, at it, is that we're creating. The are the same, way the same lady artists originally created and so through we cannot be one hundred percent of, the same as van goes far is the perfect brushstrokes but we can be very close, in the medium is the same the same medium that Van Gogh uses so you get textures in the smells of the, oil in the brush strokes in the sharpness in the beauty of a hand painted oil and you can get that at a reasonable price as opposed to you know if if. You're rich enough. To, be able to buy a Van Gogh then they'll measly she do it but. There's very few people kin well and people such as myself you know to, have a a piece of artwork like that and plus you. Also do, custom framing, you have beautiful framework that you offer Yeah you so we we realized early loan that painting the art is part of it but the full. Look that that the whole owner of the business. Owner once is is framed pieces so we, invested a lot in providing the great selection for customers who just, felt that we need to give the. Perfect look for the complete look talking to some of our best customers is one of the comments that guy is a lotta times you, guys have such a huge selection of not sure what is what, is the, trailer used last night and then so that does sometimes causing the problem, so but but we filled it, providing all that option is just. You, just incredible for the customer, absolutely and, I know that you're a pet parents yourself you. Have a beautiful black lab named Charlie. So you understand us pet parents and How we wanna have our pets portrayed so I'm thinking with mother's day coming up what better gift than to give a like a photo portrait of of the Pat of your pets are pets are you and your pet and I just thought that. Was, a great thing to do can you just tell our listeners about you know how they go. About. If they wanted to do something like that yeah. Absolutely so I do have a pet named. Charlie and is is a wonderful dog In everybody in the family loves the is Kids absolutely love lethally picked a lab because he. Wanted, a dog that gets along, with kids well we? At little little kids. Will we got Charlie, I love labs there so growing up there so wonderful Yeah we we had. A, golden retriever before Nina and, she unfortunately got old? And at the festival. Was a very sad, for us Sorry I, digress no you're relating to all of my listeners because we've all gone believe me Yeah I I remember that the owner site right on the top litigation customers can go to custom art and basically. They fill up a really simple form with their information in upload the image that they want the nice thing about our process because it is hin made. As opposed, to just sprinted is we can take, an image and clean it up for you for example say you have your pet in you but you don't like the background and you just want kind of a white or black background so that you you guys tough out is opposed to focusing. On the background than we can clean out. The crowd, and just leave us on your pet literally. Fainted or fuel specifically wanted. The background we could of course. Make that were visible as well there's a lot of flexibility we can, even take two images if you have a. Picture, of you. A, great picture of your pet then we can combine together and make one Painting that's magic that it's kind of it makes it magical an end that. In let's say that you're the picture you. Yet pitcher, Pat in like somebody either your husband your. Children somebody sees it and. Says let's put it together and. How beautiful that would look together and then you guys make it into, this like magical portrait that they'll have forever Yeah and that's, the great thing about the, first of all it's really unique to get in. Pain is very it's a very. Special gift in the very rare but the second thing because it's all it is very, very durable will last forever I mean you have to maintain I mean you got to take care of it if you leave it outside in the rain and he will get beach but it will last forever at it's the fisa great gift is a great memory and especially when you think about a person that you. Know if they want, this dress they get this, dress if they wanted this shirt. And they get this show that they will this necklace, to, go get this Nichols. With something this you need of a mother and her bed that something very special that she will never, probably think about on her own in and she, will likely not just go get and, so it's, very it's personal and it's, beautiful and it's a lot of fun and I'm sure that. A number of listeners will say I this is the gift how long does the Process takes, so that they know how, to you know how to plan. It certainly so it takes six eight six to eight, weeks, for when we get. In in in them The nice thing also is that once you submit the image than we. Submitted to the artists and they start painting you will get you will get an image of. The painting before it's dry just to show you how it looks and he futile if you don't like. Something about like the color is not perfect face is something is, missing you're part of the quality control and we'll work artists and make sure, that the customer is extremely happy 'cause we cause we want everybody to hang art at the. Love and so, we'll, work, with the studio and make. Sure that the customers happy but, it's a nice? Feature for. People to be invoked part of the tradition of the art you have beautiful beautiful beautiful beautiful, artwork that you offer let's just say that someone goes, you know what my mom I don't know if I'm going to give her a gift set a picture of her in you? Know. Her dog or cat, or, whomever her horse or would she wanna pick out something herself because You offer gift certificates if someone wants. To do something, special, for, whether it be their mother. Or father father's day's coming up, for birthdays weddings? Anything I? Mean this is like a beautiful personal gift that you'll have forever do you offer gift certificates, for this year yeah absolutely so let's it's easy.
"tain" Discussed on The World Nomads Podcast
"It will go and you can get it goes to these community buys project. He this one wrought, hey, than I can say the picture of on the pike. So you know where your money's going. We're actually funding. Tain projects will include Lincoln now, shy nights, including shock and right conservation in Belize, which is about seven hour drive from Guatemala. Okay. So we have talked to write to Graham who is going to take us through the background and provide us an overview of the project that she's pot of which is funded by micro donations the footprints network. Hello. I first of all, congratulations on passing that four million goal. That's absolutely impressive. It just goes to show the power of a very, very large community globally to make things happen for good. It's brilliant. It is caught an amazing thing. Well, helping you at you on part of the shock and right conservation in bolaise. Firstly, why did you choose beliefs for this project? So you know, I've been living in believes for twenty one years now, and I've done a lot of work with sharks inveighs and even some other large mega-fauna turtles and big fin fish. All of these share very similar life histories are very vulnerable to over exploitation, such as fishing, targeted fishing of the also inspire a lot of people. That's what people really come to scuba and snorkel with and more and and why really wanted this project to be focused on beliefs as we have the second largest berry reef in the world after. Your own in Australia and Arief extensive while the Mesoamerican region of Mexico, Belize, Guatemala, Honduras, almost a thousand kilometers who you mentioned on doors and in one of our early costs, we actually chatted to one of the scientists that had been part of capturing that photograph that went viral of a huge. What do you call it technical nine. That sort of message? I six, yes. I said yes, alone. All that plastic. Yeah. So so what's what's happening that really interesting because you have the large current that's coming through from the Atlantic into the Caribbean. That's what's bringing all kinds of assets, aspects like sarcasm and more and you seeing animals using that current as well in that migrations. But when it hits northern Honduras and that Gulf of Honduras reach and between believes watermelon, Honduras, it creates his Geijer. It's like a counter Geijer. And what that does is that just. A concentrates, a lot of the debris that's coming out of a lot of rivers in this particular area from southern Belize, Guatemala and northwestern Honduras. And so what that lady came across was just as confluence of both current Giro and a loss of debris in plastics, coming out of many of those rivers. And you know, those plastics actually have an impact on the marine wildlife that we work with, especially the sharks in raves. We have found plastics in these animals, and we're, you know, we're concerned about that. The biggest threats to sharks in raise in our region is actually fisheries, and that's what we're really trying to work against. Mitigate the threat from by encouraging people to take part in this incredible broad citizen science research, explain the citizen science project. So you know a lot of folks had these. Wonderful. Booed counts. Everybody goes out for the Christmas bird count, or for example, Fiji as kinda laid the path with their shark count in Fiji and everybody at a certain time of the year goes out and counts the shots account surveys. And you know, we thought here, we still have considerable shark fisheries ongoing, and and now doing cluding raise as well. And yet at the same time, these animals are bringing in absolutely millions in tourism. In fact, we did the survey and one of the things that we're trying to do is with this particular funding from world nomads, we are hoping that we'll be we'll be able to do this large scale, deep analysis of this incredible survey that we've done with so many visitors in believes about their perceptions on sharks and more. And so what we're hoping to do is galvanized the tour operators guide all the tourists, many of the thousands of students. We have worked with in Belize and get them out there counting the sharks in the race and feeding in the data and getting gaining a better understanding for hot spots for these animals and really showing their interest the care and ultimately their support for their survival. So you'll the founder and executive director of the mar lines..
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"Tain the crowd why simultaneously insulting liberals transgender people parkland shooting survivors and more all right well that at least went well for the san luis obispo campus and that's what we're glad for tyler pratt thanks so much for being with us the down the road a bit the la police departments getting ready to pick a new leader chief charlie beck is retiring this summer and city officials have asked the community what they're looking for in a new chief the next one will follow in the footsteps of two leaders who were seen as reformers more from kcrw's jenny hamill for years the lapd was rocked by series of corruption and use of force scandals chief beck and before him bill bratton were brought into make changes demanded by federal consent decree and to restore public trust in the department to help choose the new chief the police commission held community meetings from watts to west la to hear what residents are looking for here's what they said at the montecito heights meeting he hoped that the new chief brings a continued commitment to not participate in immigration enforcement efforts and what i'm looking forward to chief is a bilingual chief someone that's a good person much good chief the department has improved its image and right now most residents are satisfied with the lapd but when you look across racial lines it's a different story a poll last year found only thirty nine percent of black people said they trust the department to do what is right at least most of the time he can call it a resignation or retirement or whatever he wants to but we know what happened the people fire charlie beck right capable that's molina dula kelsey la professor and founder of black lives matter la she was speaking at an event calling for the prosecution of cops who've killed angelinos the activists point to the fact that in recent years the lapd has consistently killed more people than any other law enforcement agency in the country i live in the crenshaw district experiences a very brutal repressive force i don't believe there's anyone in my neighborhood who feel safer when they see a police police car behind them right i don't and most of my neighbors don't police commission president steve sober off acknowledges the department still has worked to do especially building relationships in black and latino communities still he says as.
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"To cash lieutenant governor gavin newsom may not end up facing democrat in november's general election for governor of california are insider fill material will weigh in in five minutes right now it's a gallon all right san jose sharks have been red hot lately they played their best hockey of the season down the stretch winning five straight eight of the last ten they're playing the brilliant first place las vegas golden knights the first year expansion team which is really been quite a story this year vegas get an early goal in the first period had a one nothing lead sharks tattered up in the second the goal by the veteran brent burns then nearly took the lead moments later they look to change it tain had malcolm sue ben beaten put it off the iron maybe home with the call it nbc sports again they're tied one one late in the second period onto college hoops and the nc two a tournament's march madness loyal of chicago advances to the elite eight a thrilling sixty nine sixty eight win over the university of nevada wolf pack marcus towns led the way with eighteen for the ramblers also had a critical three point shot to clinch the win in the final six point three seconds is teammate clayton custer said the towns was clutch i think the best player on the tonight i mean i don't even think it was close either i'm so happy for him he's such a good basketball player such a good person the so happy that he dominated the game tonight custer on cbs after the game michigan also advanced they wrote a texas am ninety nine seventy two wolverines nailing fourteen shots from beyond the three point arc games going on right now kentucky leads kansas state forty actually kansas state leads kentucky fifty to forty seven under six minutes to play florida state over gonzaga that's a tight when also fifty forty four about ten minutes to go nba tonight houston stayed hot one for the twenty fourth time at twenty five games one hundred to.