20 Episode results for "Thirty Four Degrees"

Transparency Can Build Brands - If Youre All In #676

Inside the Spa Business | Spa

02:43 min | 1 year ago

Transparency Can Build Brands - If Youre All In #676

"Gay Transparency can build brands. If you're willing to go all in day readings from the Haneda Airport Hotel just about the jump on a plane and head up north for the day where. I'm just checking the weather forecast. It's about about four degrees C up there at the moment and I've just come from thirty four degrees C and I'm not necessarily a for the day so I think it's going to be a bit of a long day for me one one way or another today but in this hotel. I've just learned a lesson. I think in branding and transparency when it comes to building brands and and it's come from this simple bottle of pump soap and as you would have seen with a lot of these pumps in public toilets in airports and those kind of places they come out as a phone but as you can see from this liquid if you're watching video it's actually a liquid inside the bottle. It's not a farm and I never really thought about it before but the liquid starts as a liquid would comes out as a farm like that now. The interesting thing about that to me is it's only because of the transparency of that bottle quite literally that I'm able to see that it's a liquid if that bottle is sealed like most of these bottles tend to be. He don't sealed but Opaque so that you can't see through it I would actually have no idea see. That's a liquid and it's something I've never thought about but now that I stopped thinking about it I think to myself will now. I can really see what goes into it now. I can really see how it's made and I think the same thing happens with your brand the more you let people inside of your brand to see what goes on behind that opaque cover because remember normally these bottles Calvin that you can generally see through and so if you let people inside you'll brand they start to understand how things really work but the reason I say you've got to be prepared to go all in these because the more I looked at these I thought well hang on a minute. The magic is actually in here because this is liquid comes out. What is fun and so somewhere in here is the magic? How does that magic work? And so the secret. I think to building a strong brand connection much like this pump bottle lies in that magic. Beat that little bit in the middle. You've gotta be prepared to let people see a little bit your secret source to be able to understand Dan. Hey you can turn liquid into fun just me. I don't know if it's just me. Maybe just me but the the sort of things that I look at and I think there's a lesson in that somewhere and I found it. It's a lesson in transparency and branding already. That is it for today. Thank you for your time and I will be back again tomorrow so yeah.

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CBS 2 News PM Update 102620

CBS2 News Chicago

01:09 min | Last month

CBS 2 News PM Update 102620

"I've read Edwards here the stories making news at this hour new rules for restaurants and bars in suburban Cook County. The governor is banning indoor services starting Wednesday outdoor service must close by eleven pm public gatherings will also be limited to twenty five people or fewer health leaders say increases in hospitalizations and positively rates triggered said Move Chicago police responded to twenty-one shooting incidents over the weekend twenty three people were shot in the city since Friday, night six of them died one of them. was shot was a three year old a Chicago native will become the the Roman Catholics first black American Cardinal Archbishop Will Daniel Gregory one of thirteen new cardinals named by Pope Francis. Gregory will be installed in a ceremony at the Vatican next month turning to the weather. Tonight will be cloudy and chilly temps around thirty four degrees tomorrow cloudy start but sunshine arriving in the afternoon, we'll see high of forty four join us on CBS to Chicago or CBS CHICAGO DOT COM for news updates around the clock I'm Brad Edwards.

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How Polar Bears Keep Their Cool

A Moment of Science

01:59 min | 1 year ago

How Polar Bears Keep Their Cool

"If you found yourself instantly transported to the freezing Arctic your first concern would be keeping keeping warm. But what about the animals that make their homes on these vast fields of ice and snow. The polar bears need to worry about freezing to death. Actually a polar bears biggest problem is keeping cool not keeping warm thanks to its thick code for its tough hide and a four inch layer of blubber a polar. There is extremely well insulated. Indeed if a resting polar bear is photographed with infrared film. kind of film which can measure the amount of heat escaping being from body. The polar bear won't even show up at all that doesn't mean polar bears are as cold as the surrounding ice their normal body temperatures about the same as hours. It simply means that polar bears retain their body heat very well. In fact a polar bear can rest in a pit of icy snow at temperatures as low as minus thirty four degrees Fahrenheit without needing to burn any extra fat for warmth while this insulation is great for keeping warm. It can lead to some serious overheating as a result. Polar bears don't like to run after their prey chasing seal it only four and a half miles an hour. A polar polar bears temperature climbs to a feverish hundred degrees. It may have to lie on. Its back with its feet in the air to cool down. Polar bears prefer to hunt by waiting anura hole in the ice and letting dinner come to them. It's the best way to conserve energy and keep cool in the Arctic north. This moment of science comes comes from Indiana University. There are thousands more moments of science on our website at a moment of science dot. Org where you can also view videos IOS and sign up for podcasts. I Nya Cassandra.

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Episode 147

Learn Astrology with Mary English

26:53 min | 1 year ago

Episode 147

"UH-HUH U. K. astrologer now this week I'm working with young lady where calling her and me and welcome back to land a stupid Mary the PUC scored asset may be what for me that you'll find you don't Mary still come very still communicate sending sign which is I'm GonNa tell you much until trust do not something she got pretty much one sided child comedy because of that size but all that stuff doesn't matter I'm just happy to be with her at all my dad and I have always had check out she says I'm twenty years old I recently moved away from home so I'm now living an apartment with two friends it's been great onto university where I plan to study engineering education and technology I'm working part time as a way to it doesn't pay very well intimacy bedtime I'm doing sovereignty starting at a group for long for young LGBT people which fulfilling about five months ago I met my girlfriend and she makes me extremely happy though has been a bunch of sneaking around since her family accord homophobic we have to keep our relationship with secret to her into relationship and the last is so it's basically become nonexistent it consists of a single very short unclear my birthday you said that and they were always been very close to my mother moving away has really helped relationship a bunch SOM- enjoying it and countless take a year off before continuing intact contesting she was enjoying the chance to cover I was GONNA use your child 'cause you're counting on t t something to think McCain's points great she can't continue to start Davis Goulash quite a little squares going on sunscreen malls already majority of the planet so below the horizon with the Moon in verbal in the eleventh the hassle groups so andy feels better when she's how she feels she might be more inclined to say what she thinks robin she feels the sentences Scorpio so again we have career when did you save start studying he said hammocks what we're going to be working business ticked about cost is a family dynamics so 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CBS3 News AM News Update 11/28/2020

CBS3 Eyewitness News Philadelphia

01:06 min | 4 d ago

CBS3 News AM News Update 11/28/2020

"I'm jan carabeo here. Today's headlines from cbs. Three eyewitness news. A federal appeals court in philadelphia rejects president trump's latest effort to challenge the election results third circuit court of appeals found. The trump campaign offered no evidence of election. Fraud saying quote. The campaigns claims have no merit end quote. The fda could authorize a coronavirus vaccine in a few weeks to companies pfizer. Emma dirna are seeking emergency youth authorization for their vaccines. The fda will rule on pfizer's request on december tenth. It's small business saturday. Shoppers across the us are encouraged to buy local today. Mom and pop shops are hoping today can help them recover from what has been a very challenging year to the cbs. Three eyewitness weather forecast now today. Partly cloudy with a high of fifty six degrees tonight clear skies with a low of thirty four degrees. I'm jan carabeo. Be sure to follow us on facebook and twitter. At cbs philly.

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The Morning Briefing: Thursday, August 13

The Briefing

02:23 min | 3 months ago

The Morning Briefing: Thursday, August 13

"Halloween Danny Boyle with the briefing from the Telegraph. It's Thursday August. The thirteenth and its a level results stay in England. So like usual a level students in England today being given their marks. What's unusual? They didn't say it any exams instead, their grades have been count curated by a statistical model. Critics want the government to follow Scotland's example students there will receive grades predicted by their teachers before the pandemic bought Education Secretary Gavin. Williamson's warned that inflating grades, risks, devaluing exam results. He's written a piece for explaining why he's refusing to perform a U-TURN. And Results Day can be stressful for all involved. Of course, this year's comes with its own set of concerns. We've asked a series of experts to answer the ten most common questions and we've got a guy to the options for students who aren't happy with their grades. Investigations underway after Britain's deadliest rail disaster in sixteen years three people died when a train hit a landslide and derailed in Aberdeenshire yesterday experts are examining why the service was allowed to depart tool. The driver's has been named. He died along with a conductor and passenger. We'll have the latest throughout the day. And Britain's now sizzled through its hottest week, it's nine nineteen, sixty, one temperatures reached thirty four degrees for six days in a row for the first time in sixty years and spite thunderstorm alerts for almost the whole of the. UK. In the coming days, we could still face many more tropical nights. That's why the temperature doesn't go below twenty. We've worked out the best ways to sleep through them and stay focused the next day. I can also recommend some other articles to including inside the Glamorous World Harry and Meghan now home and the hidden secrets of England's most underrated county. I'll send you those links. Now if you're listening on what's up, you'll find them in the show notes if you're listening on spotify apple or wherever you get E podcasts, that's it. You're up-to-date Chris we'll have your second briefing of the day this evening.

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The Morning Briefing: Tuesday, June 23

The Briefing

02:12 min | 5 months ago

The Morning Briefing: Tuesday, June 23

"Halloween Danny Boyle with the briefing from the Telegraph. It's Tuesday June, the twenty third and Boris Johnson setting out plans to ease the lockdown. So, you can circle the data super. Saturday, cinemas, museums art galleries can open from the end of next week. The prime minister's announcing the push to save the Leisure and tourism industries. You'll also confirm the two meter rule will be cut to one. That's something restaurants and pubs have been calling for and will allow tens of thousands of venues to reopen. It's the biggest return of freedoms since lockdown began. How political editor Golden Rain explains more of what we're expecting. The PSG details in the Commons at about half past twelve you can follow life updates as well as the latest reaction and analysis in our life blog. Now the latest on the reading park stabbings it's emerged that the suspect accused of killing three people had been assessed as Paul to prevent. That's the government's de Radicalization program, but High Research Darla was deemed to be not a terror threats. Detectives are continuing to question him over Saturday's attack. We have the latest. and. It's getting hot really Halsey. In some places, temperatures impacts of Britain to hit thirty four degrees this week. It means anyone blessed with a garden workout probably set up camp for awhile. But have you got the right kit for outdoor living from Golden Office to cool down bar? We've rounded up some clever last minute buys. I can also recommend some other articles to including Camilla Tomini on how Charles and William became closer than ever and Josie Merinos produced statistics to defend his management style I'll send you those links now. If you're listening on WHATSAPP, you'll find them in the show notes. If you're listening on spotify apple law wherever you get you podcasts, that's it you're up to date Chris. We'll have your second briefing of the day the evening.

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TPC: Listener Question Time: Are Heat waves Down To Climate Change?

The People's Countryside Environmental Debate Podcast

12:57 min | 3 weeks ago

TPC: Listener Question Time: Are Heat waves Down To Climate Change?

"Hello welcome to the people's countryside environments break cost. Thanks so much being with us. I'm one of the house william ankle. There was another co host in. The room isn't there. We're recording my lounge and central excited students. I say pedrosa. Pedro we got an. I aim to be a friend in your ear. Join these strange times. we We we stopped having guests at the beginning of lockdown because always one of the most vulnerable and couldn't mix of people questions people can't move around as freely and do we want to be careful with this as much as we possibly can anyway. We have questions some you. The listeners got dozens of low. End up in the next kenny. In pembrokeshire south wales. Yes i would say at this point that we all work in through every single questions of you have sent a question and it might be several months before we get to it because we are going to answer every single question that they sent to us. Yeah we're setting ourselves up first of all. They're in some respects so can even pembrokeshire. He's set today's question. He listens on overcast A small podcasting platform. Yeah i think we had. Some new from pocket costs few a few other poker. There are so many parts platforms out. There that were were the are out there that were on is well but some of them are not even even where we are because there because we we go through a platform called anchor it gives it to the main platforms and then then those disseminate into small platforms and they probably seven even spoiler platinum saying they might one we might be on a podcast. Powerful mobile with the podcast. And if you're listening whatever obscure planet platform you're listening on And you want to support a second support some patron william safire patriots. Away of Sponsoring this every month There are different tiers and different awards. Go check out. The patriot dot com the four slash the people's countryside and have a look and we'd be very much appreciative of you could help support this. Podcast moving forward. We want to do this for by for as long as we can do it right. Yeah it'd be great to actually do food timing for a fool for life into it out entirely agree with that yes. There's the air of this is to debate big world schuyler issues and then for all of us to because we were custodians of the countryside And in the environment whatever form it takes around us and we the these conversations you'll you'll be inspired to change something Cat about the environment in your local area of the people's countryside because we all have to be involved disallow us all the countryside is ours and we lead workshops and did walks out in nature. How we doing those the moment but we are open to small socially distance groups. What would a workshop going to look like well. Quite often is based around. The alphabet isn't so myself and steer will do we. When we do any workshops together we base around the alphabet and each will take a letter in turn and it will be a word based upon our experiences and our knowledge says students very much around wildlife and the environment. I'm more around photography and more creative ideas but always with that nature adamant and always with the whole idea of engaging with the nature around engaging with the world around you know about learning what the names of the trees will birds are. It's just being aware and appreciate what's around us actually going out into nature and understanding how how important it is to you and that's the first step to actually wanting to protect the many people say we do foraging whistle one step in front of foraging. We designed to get people out into the nature and then not be worried about. What can i in the name of this plan or anything like. She's getting people out start. I taken that first those first few steps into nature again. We haven't been allowing yourself time in it reminding you of what maybe what you're missing and what you need in your life apart the package of what we do and you just mentioned that we have forgotten recently to be doing the the letters we why back in the archive material. We were picking a letter that related to nature photography. We got to the letter v and then we forgot all of our. we did. Yeah we did have to pick up with w is failing. We've got a lot listener hanging on every every every move. We get listener for every episode. That just waiting for the next letter. Exactly the next one will be w at some point. Anyway we beg onto the question. Kenny from pembrokeshire white. And so long for this and and we've taken so long to get to the question Okay the question is from kenny. Is the epidemic or pandemic on the recent heat wave in britain when we had thirty four degrees across four or five consecutive days down to manmade climate change. I'm not sure about kobe. Don't have enough information about how caveat even started i had this impression that it was somebody impacts in china bomb probably completely Far off the mark and probably started conspiracy theories on sin penguins. What's pangolin pangolin. Is sort of like a small mammal with very large scales. And in shoney's mention the chinese skyros eaten all you just so. Yeah the cups. I don't have coverage is it'd be difficult to really for my knowledge to understand that question but we definitely are in in getting warmer summers. Even the last two or three years. I can tell a a trend in warmer summers an osce a lot more periods of long periods of dry in this country which you know the uk is very well known Especially certain parts of the uk while spin example. There's always jokes about wells being always raining and Kennison fabric the asa. You'll probably used to it. Kenny right But has been a lot drier. Lot recent and not very long periods of dryness. I feel so. I think there has been you can you. Can you must be the star of what we're we're going to expansion in the future with the you know you could argue that. He got climate ecological emergency that some people think we're in odd. Believe we're in the the fact it might jump from animals to humans. The that is indicative of inviting that spiced the the boundaries between the two are jungles where we can shuming animals. Huge right is the way we live the way we live potentially could cause climate change potentially could calls so there is potentially a correlation there. But but it's got to talk about the the the heat wave we add in the uk of four or five days of thirty four degrees consecutive or and the cable thing cannot be put down to climate change. I don't think it's it's very read. Any one occurrence can ever be put down to climate change. Ecological grosses is what you said just now a period of process a series of cumulative changes the that is that can be put down to climate change. Do you think we're all almost waiting for that moment. In the film forever the change there was a great. It was a really good good film. Several years ago. i'm trying to remember the name of it I think it's the day off smarter. Have you ever seen that film. It talks about climate change in the film. It happens very rapidly. We're talking over a period of weeks potentially months at the very most sometimes days. Maybe that's what we're waiting for us like we're talking about climate change. Climate change the climate emergency. We're expecting the stock to sunday. Leap up to a fifty sixty seventy degrees. But it's not going to do that. It's it's an these things take a long time. But in the respect of the earth's history is actually a very short time as well as same time. Say there. There is definitely things happening. There's also the other element of Kennedy's question which is manmade climate. Change i want to take out the is this the actual always this man made. I want to take out of that to you said Y you know watching a film to we do. We think we're in a film is that was do. We actually think we're in it but yeah potentially I think though socially some people who believe it or not even this this isn't even a reality. this is a this is a matrix style. Reality seventy down that view. Nobody believed that until the matrix food came out. Nobody even at that idea did they did they. I would have thought somebody. Yeah philosophers talk about this type of thing anyway Boys reality and all that sort of thing but that's quite quite as may be going in the wrong direction for this. I think that maybe maybe we all waiting for Something to change rather than trying to change ourselves. That's maybe the narrative. I don't really think we can debate this much more Apart from saying that have to be careful. We're saying on this. Is you know these fall as or this this day or whatever is down to climate change is econ- put one thing down to it. I think we we. We tried to give action to most of our episodes. And i think maybe the best action you can you can take. It comes to understanding climate change and understanding whether it's human caused or not. I mean it could easily be a mixture of both royal if you're if you're Feel and ice play bacon in the sunshine. You know the sun the sun will actually heat up. But you're actually putting you on heat into it so it could be. We're going through these cycles of The sun have more activity in that type of thing. But i think probably probably the best thing to do and action to take away with you is is to really to look around at around looking into look for information and a look as many sources you possibly can from all over the world in a scientists are working right around the globe with this. This is not just one country. It's not just one politics. One point of view and form your view from that. I mean it's almost reflecting on the previous question from craig in doesn't it try to show opinion on on on on on lots of different losses of if the nation and bring it all together. It's interesting point you made about some of it may be manmade climate. Change somebody nacho. Where is the lawing between man-made or natural in. Is that moi login understanding that long i i would say say say. There's a house on fire right. Maybe it's much bigger than analogy house is on fire and somebody's pouring petrol not fire right so the fire was not true. But we're pouring. Petula what do you do east especially ill defined will still be happening. But you're taken away the you'll take it away you can control so if there is an element that is natural. This is a natural cycle. Br exasperate were exasperated that natural that natural cycle then. Let's try best to stop pushing in that direction. So like he's pushing it. I can think of seven million analogies but it's like it's like trying to push a rock down the hill sort of thing. I said if you enjoy this podcast people's vitamin debate. Podcast listen to what we say. Hopefully inspires you to make a difference in your local environment countryside. And if you do ready value this podcast show your friends. Tell anybody about it. Yes show if that's going to be something that's gonna go. Oh that reminds me of my friend that reminds me if my sister i read. They would really like to hear this. Hear this for whatever reason it could be that they agree with it all. They've vehemently disagree with him. Is just descended in that direction with the best method however that is you know how you communicate with your friends and your family the pasta onto them. The best the best way you see fit and the next question. We've just question the from kenyon. Pembrokeshire south wales. Our next question is a cracker from wayne in real north wales okay. We'll have to. We'll have to release a christmas cracker. I love i was just a robbie coltrane actually as well. Frank qasim use it to add Well that shows you where slightly different ears. Okay we'll see you soon.

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47: Halloween SPOOKtacular Special!

Start Today Morning Show

32:17 min | 1 year ago

47: Halloween SPOOKtacular Special!

"It's the morning show that no one knows no one inch better I think you have to be we have to be equal distance I I turned on like rave music driving back from having dropped the kids I'm excited at least here in the US it is Halloween. I don't I don't know only because we were not allowed to celebrate it as a little kid I was a pentecostal harvest festival are you kidding I'm not getting like trunk or tree or we're your church the cars in the parking lot have candy in the trunk and it's like you go you're not going to retreat in your trunk or treating setting it up I was like Oh this is going to be funny it's too early it's too early you know here we are some days you get the best of us some days she was with me on this trip so she's running all over Helen Georgia with me and to the right gate we get their land late retired and I was texting the seven so she can handle that kind of go enthusiastic who are we the theme show so it should be really funny if you are not following the Hottest Cohen instagram. You're takes costumes very seriously this should be fun my costume thirty four degrees outside four you know what happened yesterday awesome and you got your drink all right I love you Robin Roberts was very startled Rely said that I pee my pants the best was Larry Spencer was like is came on just to just to give advice like yum like you flew here because people her to add value right so yesterday I did my last Keno that was yesterday October thirtieth would be the last time that I speak on someone else's so you're like Johnson to get some time with me I think we have five or six events speak you gotta come to a rise event that's the only way that I'm doing it going for it because it's also the worst So I I I fully I haven't this whatever I have restless leg syndrome whatever anyone else have it I know you don't my mom has anything my sisters have nine I have a restless legs syndrome like drops that I our you are almost done you are almost there hey look I may so low energy is leaving what to Russell Wilson you see what they were for Halloween they won Halloween they the the recording and then they get our producer gets mad sorry tell me what you're going to be for Halloween I love costume that's basically the only reason I wearing what he's wearing but I just want to say he's probably going to made him his costume and it's epic and I just don't feel like it's fair because he didn't NB so fifteen month old and I are witches so cute toy story for manager's the crown box that's really cute maverick and call you three year old is blimpy PJ masks I okay so technically I could at midnight not that I have considered it I can have a drink they're trying to figure out what I'm GonNa give up for November because I same thing and part of it is like you could give up the occasional like chips maybe the thing that you gave up this month but I mean I ate everything at a baseball what a beautiful you did in case it and see if you want to have you ever and the answer is yeah there's perks it's not just like I get to laugh at her jokes within twenty four hours like hey can we send Rachel two tickets to the seventh guess what she is not going to be here but I will vary tattoo under my left what Hashtag knows like what is that of sorry we only have one kid who's into sports and so I was crying over picked him up at school I picked him up at school like driving do oh my gosh I'm getting to actually go to the game and then told him out as a possibility right that is accurate that is so much different than field for it was this crazy thing because hour drive so he's like so excited he's like at the peak of excitement and then we driving cards raining comes back down just a little tiny bit get to the ticket booth it's back up and we're in an Oh my goodness in time so he goes to bed has to be in bed at eight so right you still into this is like yeah I'm in but is there a mercy rule like if they were to score who had so much happy down up down now tired who 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An Overview of Some of the New Features in MacOS Big Sur

AppleVis Podcast

19:38 min | Last week

An Overview of Some of the New Features in MacOS Big Sur

"You're listening to this podcast. Hey apple visser's tyler here with the demonstration in walk of some of the new features in macos big sur. If you've been following some of the mainstream tech news regarding the release of big sur you've probably heard a lot by now about the interface redesign and if your voice over wondering of your voice over user. You're probably wondering what does this mean for me. I've been using big sur for a while now and i can say that voiceover works. Generally the same in that the concepts from version to version from catalina to big sur remained constant and the interface design that is often referred to is primarily visual. No one exception to that. I've found is the increased prominence of the actions menu although mac os has had an actions menu for a while. Now it has gained increased prominence in big sur and. I can demonstrate this most immediately. I'm on my desktop. i'm using up aero dropbox alias. Use the down arrow drive volume options available actions available if you use. Irs and ipad os. The that phrase will sound very familiar to you. So i'm gonna access the actions minute with vr command space transmitter two items and use down arrow. Donald oregon children u. And those the only two options in that particular menu. But i'm impressed escape. And if you're using a mac that doesn't have an key press function tab instead drive volume and keep in mind that the show menu action is actually the same menu that you would get to. If you pressed via shift 'em so i can seem a little confusing because you have both the actions menu and the contextual menus and as a general rule i found that in apps that have been on mac os for a long time like finder mail safari etc. The contextual menus generally work as they always have and the actions menus feature most in apps ported from ios and ipad os. Like taps. so good thing about that is like say with the messages app. The actions in the actions menu are the same or similar as the ones in the rotor. On providing a sense of consistency. Once you memorize that keyboard command and normalize it here everyday use moving on one feature on sort of mainstream feature is the revamped notification center and that does change some things for voice over some open. It now with video with construction. It's a new shortcut information center window school area. So i'm gonna vera at it. Which which is greed fear left notifications list notifications less list. And those are the three elements in vacation center. Simon interact with the notifications left with the down arrow time two days ago. Weekly reports available. So that's my screen time notification to go available screen your screen two days and that happens to be the only notification i have currently and to interact with notification. Just press veto command space items and this menu only two items but children you show menu close and close and that's the equivalent of clear or dismiss on i s close screen time so now that notification has been dismissed and for other types notifications like for example messages. You can use that actions menu to reply directly to the message from notification center. So many get out of this notifications list and vr right to the widgets grid. Which here's where things get a little interesting and it seems to be an area where apple could do some work on this. There's much room for improvement. But if i interact with grid calendar calendar weather stocks stock screen time and screen time so if i interact so for example. The weather widget stock other would interact with the shift down in weather. Which at thirty. Nine degrees fahrenheit partly cloudy high of one degrees tonight low of thirty four degrees fahrenheit kinkel cape elizabeth and. That's the only information spite in the wichita. And i can hit the edit which it spun if i stop. Interact out of out. We just grid. And viagra edit button space search. And that's another thing. Why i'm at a notice how when i hit a button with the space. Any element activated in mac. Os big sur. Instead of the classic press announcement in now does the irs style. Double tap sound so. Just keep that in mind. When you're using big sur. But i'm gonna go right image calendar. Calendar luck vir unlabeled images. I don't know exactly what these are. Notes note photos photos. Podcast reminders reminders. Screen time screen time image stocks stocks whether whether which is an which it's grid grid next to track of come to events in meetings so that refers to the calendar which it which apparently is selected but if i stop in iraq whether image stocks and go to stocks for example head. Vr space. If i go back to the widgets grid which is grit in which grid symbol. Price goes on track performance of a simple throughout the day so stocks is displayed description of that. Which is slid but as at the time of recording. I cannot figure out how to add widgets to the notification center. Might be a way. But i'm not sure how it's supposed to work or it could be a bug. I don't know out of which is to get out of that. I'm not right again. Which is grit and this is the second widgets red with the existing widgets. I have added in notification center. Some interact without the schiff down calendar and calendar widget. I'm gonna shift down alan six minus minus button. That's to delete the widget. So if you want to delete a widget you just focus on your existing widgets. Interact with the widget. You want to move and hit minus. So that's basically overview of the notification center again. I think it's an area where apple has some work to do But i think it could be a very useful feature particularly if third party. Developers take advantage of this and add more interactive widgets. So many get out of this with escape finder. And i'm going to demonstrate the control center if us ios. You're probably well into the control center. It's an area where you can configure some basic parameters without needing to dive into settings control center mac. Os has the same objective. And you access it through the menu extras. There is no keystroke as far as out to access control center twice and usa's and veto left siri. Siri siri menu control center. The space application controls dialogue music. We selected a toggle button. Music be selected wifi. That's yeah alex just seems to mispronounce that for whatever reason the do not disturb toggle about to not disturb bluetooth select bluetooth airdrop selected toggle airdrop keyboard spot keyboard brightness screaming screen mirai sixty two point five percent display. That's my display brightness. Apparently sixty two point five percent sixty two point five percent sound volume flatter sixty two point five percent sound toggle airplane audio music play button and notice how these all have actions available so if they go over to airdrop for example your sixty sixty sixty sixty screen keyboard like airdrop selected toggle button options available via space on that will just turn it off. 'cause it's slanted that seemingly implies that it's on but i have a little more granularity. So i can customize it with the actions menu similar to how. If i was using i would use the actions. Rotor to expand controls in center actions to items show details show details on a use that airdrop check check box. Astronaut contacts only selected toggle contacts on everyone toggle button every everyone top and if i wanted to turn our job while check out. Just do that to this box. Or i would simply not even need to go into this action into the show details. I would just the space on that control to disliked it and you can configure. What appears in control center in system preferences just go to dock and menu bar. Somebody get out of control center now finder and there are a bunch of different things that can be configured in control center I'll just give an overview preferences are preferences drive old system preferences system for just talking menu docking menu bar loading many our window docking many bar table. Talking menu are selected down arrow. We many wi fi. We've we've always control center. So that's something that's always in control center and those you'll see that in the table there are a couple of things that remain in the control center that you cannot change. But i'm going to continue going down this table tape bluetooth airdrop do not disturb keyboard. Rightness screen hearing controls display menu are sound menu are in control center. Play menu are in control center now. Playing image is now playing now playing now playing table. Accessibility accessibility shortcut customize accessibility. Show men bar on chat show controls object and show and control center. So any of these things that you'd want to have shown in each either your menu bar or your control center a picture. The menu are being an area where a couple set just a few quick access. Settings are and the control center where you can have a more expansive list of quick settings But of course that's up to you depending on your needs and your use case some closer this finder and that's just basic control center so now onto the new messages app that is. I've found one of the most dramatic changes at least to my use case of mac. Os is the revamped messages app. And what they've done is they've apparent. Apparently rewrote it to catalyst app so much closely parodies the messages app on ios and ipad us open now and hopefully siri will work for me open messages. Alex window and attacks is an ad. Alex in this case. Context is my colleague that i was messaging with earlier. So all veto left to give sense at the interface apps the apps. I'll come back to that in a sec collection messages collection so frana review the contents of my conversation just via ship down arrow and messages collection message. Confetti for fifties group. And that's what. I said at four fifty six pm all left alex. I am not sure what it was. But he worked for fifty five replay. This affects verify. Going okay so. Those are just messages. That i sent and of course to find the most recent message you go to the right alex and that says that he read the message yesterday. So we'll get out of this out. And via left vertical splitter conversations conversations so interact with this and this is just basically a list of conversations and conversations collection selected alex confetti yesterday and for messages for the new messages app. It's instead of a table. It's a collection and in order to activate a conversation. You need to via space on a conversation so just keep that in mind because that was one thing i sort sorta get used to. Is that because it's not a table anymore. I would need to select each conversation if i wanted to send a message someone else. And as an example of how messages. On mac os now parodies messages. Us i focused on. Alex and i'm gonna veto command space and enough six hundred and this actions menu high alerts hide alerts delete delete replay button pin. Just just show on top of everything of other messages. Press press show. Can you show menu jumped in just jump to messages clutching somebody get out of that and via left again alex. That's the verticals. Litter conversations collect search toolbar and the toolbar. Alex alex conversation details conversation details. And that's where if i wanted to share my location or hide alerts for this conversation. It'd be in that view conversation. And that's the all the all the tennis toolbar. So i'm gonna get out with vio. Shift up out in toolbar and over again vertical slip. Alex alex and in messages in the messages collection alex edwards and. I'm focused on a message. And like on iowa i can use actions to react for example so fi activate the options menu with the space copy. Reply it can reply. So that if i was in a group message i could reply to an individual center and that helps keep the conversation tidy because i found when you have a lot of messages sent by a lot of people things can get a little convoluted so you can do that react. You can react press show menu. Which doesn't seem to do anything and jump to the message fields. You'll press react so for react of course heart but you have the heart which is like to love something. Thumbs up thumbs up to like thumbs. Down thumbs down to dislike button to laugh exclamation button exclamation mark question. So that's basically an idea of what you can do with messages and reacting to missiles but there's now something else you can do with The apps button go to that to demonstrate this emoji. I'm aspen button. Emotion message message aspect menu app so that opened a menu down air photos photos. So i wanna send a picture. Stickers me emoji stickers. I've not explored that i don't really know how that works. Number hashtag images. That's i think for trending memes again. Don't use that feature. So i can't speak to it whole lot. Message facts and message effects and that would be for example. If you write happy birthday it will intelligently sound balloons animation of balloons but to see what some of the effects are. I'm just going to select this type of message. The message message a tax is anything and it wants me to type a message. So t's t apps button effect message faxed apps button message. The message affects collection. Select message affects collection selected interacted with that so they love fact. Let's love effect loons button balloons. Effect invisible ink button invisible ink effect. Confetti buttons and fatty effect slam button slam effect button lasers loud celebration but celebration event. I go button effect. Spotlight spotlight effect fireworks. Fireworks gentle button gentle. And i don't know in what context someone would or wouldn't use these other than the balloons for happy birthday. But like they're they're now on the mac and you can also receive messages with full screen effects that people send to you that you can do on your mac. So that's just a basic overview of message is and now to take you to just show you these sounds preferences pain because one thing that mac os spitzer has done. Is they've changed. The system sounds not necessarily voice over. Sounds but sounds for example when you press a key keyboard key when you're not in a text field it will sound a little different Think the best way to demonstrate this. Close the messages window close. We know and notice massachusetts messes as no windows. There's nothing open but the app is still running. So if i press just any lead on the keyboard notice that sounds different from earlier. Versions of mac os because they have done away with the old sounds and put new ones in someone to quit messages now. And show you into sound preferences. Finder open sound preferences references. Sally window toolbar. Sound sound effects selected a tab one of three. That's what i want. In selected selected advice for sound of england. Select alert sounds table alert. Sounds breeze this sound. Br breeze bowel crystal crystal. Funky funky irwin heroine. Jump jump mezzo. Mezzo pebble howell hook plug on sonar soon so new. Me urge submerge. So those are the sounds the new sounds. You can get from big sur. If you've you'll find also please sound effects through alert volume at one hundred mexico's startup. Check box sound on startup. If you're a longtime mac user or if you've had a mac made before twenty sixteen you may be used to the sound. The post sound when the computer turns on Now you can choose because new. Max by default didn't have that But has brought back so you can choose if you want to play. You can check this box interviews. And that's just please side effects that's always just been there so that's an overview of some of the features that i find most important. Obviously there are a lot more changes throughout the that. I cannot cover in one recording. But hopefully that gives you an idea of some of what's new and i hope. He found this useful piece. This apple podcasts. Have been brought to you by the community of alvis dot com for the latest in resources and tips and tricks to get you the best experience from your apple. 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Fun Talk: Why Does He Keep Doing It With His Face?

Important, Not Important

38:06 min | 1 year ago

Fun Talk: Why Does He Keep Doing It With His Face?

"A welcome to fund talk my name is clinton you don't need to do that it's just quitting brian if we lose hey it's quite a bit of fun talked to me kill me see what are thing our talk in our fun talking if you notice any 'em sadness and invoices were separated by three thousand miles yep but the summer brian's least favorite time of year and a good guys positive branca's to do the podcast from his underwear without riding his motorcycle crosstown pretty nice he denies a it is i should get a picture on my desktop like on the computer of you just so i can see while we're doing this i think that could help you i'm gonna make you of his life size cutouts like tim blaine had yeah let's do that it'll just be making it disappointed face in asking you were the gift these stickers are yeah can you be like rolling your eyes in it and like you're hands up in the air and that'd be going like you need to make changes get one my wife to this is great people love me in like that it's down from eighty four it's back down to eighty three point five in my office here folks queen had to turn off his air conditioning unit while we were recording a podcast just not of course percent purposes but then again now real warm oh yeah right in it's always off everything is great wearing my workout gear i didn't shower from that or from taking my children to swim team a yes ninety five here today it's been so pleasant but i mean coming yeah here's the thing everybody get a little defensive of course everyone no loss angeles where do you go there for some reason it super fucking hot and i'm like yes a it is indeed superhuman i actually missing humidity i don't love you miss humidity i do it's fucked up i realize i'm in the minority it just feels like home i mean look there's times i'm like running and i'm like jesus christ might as well be raining it is so humid but i'll tell you speaking of rain what's great is like yes it's hot however we do we get like a legitimate thunder and lightning and rainstorm i dunno every two days all yeah and it just not only like do you get cool down by that when you go like a nice submarine it could be ten minutes you could be all night be during the day but he just break things up a little bit oh i remembered as i know that you know loss angeles it's like and we had a very wet winter of course yesterday but you know it doesn't rain from may to december and there's no fucking shade anywhere yeah and so that just feels before before we started doing this long trip again it just it just feels so fucking relentless you know yeah when it gets to be no no it's not a hundred there now but it is and then it's a hundred in november and you're like what is why why it's just it's terrible anyways a hey what attacker one thing let's see if this cat's listening to this i appreciate we get a review on i tunes or wherever the fuck it's called apple podcasts please if you remember i told you we got that one is are they ever not five star yeah you i'll i'm excited in were literally broke a streak we'd like two hundred and twenty plus five star reviews on her at least ratings and then oh great reviews a we got a three star from a gentleman from a great britain i i appreciate i i wanna say upfront appreciated listenership absolutely appreciate him taking the time to leave a review will take any a reviews constructive criticism is always welcome i feel like that's half of what i guess do anyways go well now that's good 'cause they're professionals in were were not we could just like a ford microphones basically a he said there's some great guests i rose three stars said some great guests 'em but listening to us on affective and i'm paraphrasing effectively 'em virtue signal for a few hours each week gets tiring dot dot dot oh he couldn't even finish that thought wow yeah i like how do i respond respond on the things i thought it'd be inappropriate things do i wanna be a dick i wanna be honest about it and by the way we we've talked before about how there there's there's a section of people who listen to both the regular episodes in the fun talks which like for the that's definitely not my wife definitely not you like whoever's doing both that it's too much mhm a there's people who listen to adjust the main episodes which is awesome though z original intention there's some strange subset of people the only listen to fund talks which like why why very strange to me but in so maybe we because we cut down so much on be in the main episodes about talking about you and i and moving that defined talk maybe maybe hasn't been clear in those and we try to come with some energy right emory usually pretty fired up whether it's a good thing or or not great thing because that is the entire point of the show in right just a spur action the entire business between the newsletter everything you do it cetera et cetera so so maybe he just didn't hear the fun talks where i basically talk about my feelings for half the time but possible as far as i understand it maybe i'm wrong here i actually tried to do a little research firm what i get like virtue signaling implies to to do do something first show frieda yes in certainly get a reaction am i doing am i saying that in my understanding it incorrectly or that it's inauthentic or just for show but again i would love to be corrected here and maybe there's a different understanding standing of it but i don't think we claim could be very publicly anything but but righteous in are platform but also not just write to us so that we can be seen is that way i mean i appreciate like being getting a wedding nomination nation for best those but it's grounded in in in at least my feeling and i feel like you're similar and i guess certainly feel this way 'cause they're fucking job every day this thing is necessary so i don't think were misleading released least to the most folks but i i feel like we also specifically aimed back either are excitement or indignation or are remorse in some cases were fucking fury with real actions that are guests provide us and we home together that are listeners are specific listeners can take and then we can take right now have an actual influence in the world and that to me is like where it's not first show like this this shit that has to happen now right right it does that make sense i mean i've said before an end i'm sure my agents and managers listening to this everytime i make this joke there just like no but we were really you know like my writing career would would greatly preferred i drop this fucking thing right like my anxiety or or depression about it and i feel like i said so publicly and i felt like that's what are nikki sylvestry episode was so went through deep on right 'em where it's like we're we are mentally but this is like we feel right just fired up because it's because it's necessary because there's so much to do and we wanted to to just step up and help however we can but there's a lot of days and we joke about like you not wanting to drive over to the office but like days like i don't wanna fuck and do this job not like right starters complicated shifted you everybody has that like a job a job i wanna do 'cause like sometimes it fucking just sucks like it just brings you down man and there's i found this wonderful community on twitter of people who are actually intelligent and working in climate and things like that who were same shit who so many other day i was like can we just start like yoga retreat from something there's somewhere with that were people who have to deal with this everyday like and just deal for a minute and i fucking get it you know the the goal wasn't become like best host or some like wellknown moral compass or become like fucking bill maher but to provide helpful in varied context a into look at a topic like if he ocean space or cancer a thousand different ways and then to give specific actions on seriously pressing shit a that i either really wish did not exist and we did not have to talk about or incredibly cool shit that i can't wait to be available across the world so i dunno i don't see it as virtue signaling i am i have i mean brian what do i do i i dunno may i'm just going to to defensive me to incredulous like i i have become so much more introverted in the past few years like when do you see me besides happy office right right i don't feel like returned a parlay davison to notoriety yeah i don't think so i think it's i think what's important is that a you and i know that a were always gonna have some people who are gonna have some shit just say but a it would be i mean all all of these all of the work all the time and all of the money that you've been that you put into this would we i mean we sure yes absolutely but especially you like how fucking insane would we have to be to have done all i'll be doing all of this solely so that we could get a bunch of strangers to be like these guys are good guys well good for them yeah i got a dog so that i don't need you know and you got tv who is is trying to kill you in her sleep but now she's not she's an angel a it just just seen anyway seen it seems like clearly insane and like i said before when we were chatting like so so such a reflection of a him a versus versus us i appreciate the listenership i appreciate constructive criticism yeah you know sometimes do we come off like high and mighty the first sure like liberal astles first sure but also like shit is fucked and that's my opinion and it's my fucking podcast and you don't have to listen if you don't want to so there's a fucking million other ones there's so many so i dunno that's what i got today we talked about monsoons is in the farmers in india their fucking killing themselves 'cause it's a hundred and twenty degrees in their monsoon is late now now like i i would prefer to think about ponies or some shit but we gotta think about those people and 'em so i guess that's virtue signaling that's what's up shore how'd you how'd you hear a housing workout routine going you still doing the non instagram is much he's still doing the ryan reynolds will visit the dead pool thing stay in the iran or not are news the grand deadpool did not come up for years ago i've taken eight might drop my dry june is including eight a break from social media so you're not missing out on anything which is interesting because it's partier job personal social media you wish i know about three years ago deadpool two came up three years ago no dead pool one i said well the franchise continued since then there's been a second one and that was very recent okay what i was talking about you were basing your workouts on dead pool there's something right remember listen you have to make it sound like i'm an idiot okay little unites goal he is a wonderful body they they put all these a the the personal trainers have all these stood a actors and actresses that that a that a from you know from you know hey this is how whatever wolverine got in a jew jackson got a wolverine body baba so they're all over the place so i just found one based on a friends a suggestion and i was doing the one yet that apparently ryan reynolds was doing to it get in shape for deadpool i'm still doing it slightly modified you know just like a keep it exciting and it's going great i've also added a at your request a ac a stairmaster strict day but i think i need to start doing that here's the thing i've been working out all june not eating sugar not eating bread not drinking yeah how how the fuck is that going to try to be in even better shape an honestly it you know i i do feel a lot federal death but i don't think i look much different some little upset so a i think i need to i guess maybe a number of data right that i do good story entirely different direction keep going number of days that i do a cardio psych and flattened flattened my belly mm much of cardio look like now i do the stairmaster once we do what he's not it is really just is that they only cardio well i mean i yeah i guess so i don't like ron i haven't heard eyeball in a while i walk around a lot but no one's asking you to go like a three mile jog like the fucking sucks like a you don't have to do that but you do i mean if you do fucking fifteen minutes of hardcore sprints on the treadmill or the stairmaster or even make the minutes of sprints what the fuck are you talking about i'm just saying you warm up for a couple of minutes do some plato do do you you know set of i dunno tend to twenty fucking thirty second one minutes in sprint that you're cardio do that a couple of times a week you'll be torched man yeah i mean i literally just said that i'm gonna upset so you will be a sweaty is i am right now well it's it's i'm so sorry yeah it's going really great it's gone really great i'm doing really good on the diet i only cheated well how's that feel it are you angry about missing those things store you have you adjusted it was super way easier then i thought ben i took one day off cheated one day because i went to a friend's wedding 'em so i a drink some alcohol a and then i think hander brian wedding level a call or less i'd what what does that mean no not like tim sweating okay come on that was so long ago that's not me anymore and i think since then it made me like now it's a little bit harder against ahead a little taste for it like shark but but i'm fine i'm fine i don't wanna go crazy at all any like even when i'm done with the diet which is on july first which i'm definitely not thinking about all the time but a you know why is it enjoy first 'cause dry june july is not you but why wouldn't you keep going man we talk i can't believe like that but i just said i'm not gonna go once alive first hits i'm not gonna go back to my old ways it's gonna be when i have a of just a new way of living which is less bread and fucking sugar alcohol it's gonna be great okay you do need some carbs to feel the workouts car went through start i can ask you a question are you gonna mean i feel like you won't be 'cause we've done this before a bit v women's world cup is on yesterday it's going on it's been kicking ass you ask women are just just so nato or like thirteen goals and then they won the won three zero 'em but they play three minutes so can you either hang on and talk to the people that something is set up my pets like in stream the game while we owe seasonal yeah sure it they're gonna swing the big game a big one that's a big once a week and we check in during fun talking see their hardest game today so far it's the last game of the group stage doesn't matter so much because there were only two teams could not have group yeah but hill yeah i mean these there we've never like it national team wise and i mean we could spend all fun talk venting about this and i'm fucking happy to a you asked like we've never seen anything like this like are are are swim team both men and women has been really great at times obviously like michael phelps greatest athlete of the past hundred years but the domination of these women in the past twenty years years yeah it's it's fucking nuts hold on i'm gonna i don't wanna miss this go ahead hi ray do you do whatever you gotta do sure sure get get going this is what it's like being a friends and coworkers quin a a if you if you couldn't already tale a not just kidding one in angel what a sweet little angel i missing 'em i don't know what to talk about a oh i started drinking pop since i i guess i'm craving sweetness an i'm craving a bubbles 'cause i used to drink beer and eat sugar so it's a nice little combination that by the way i hate coke i hate pop fuck pop don't drink it it's absolute trash garbage far bitch but man coke zero can really save the day when you are on a dumb diet or you don't get the have anything that you love and then you just need lou little something had to last night with my a a meal my dinner it was fantastic so don't get coke zero don't drink it coke sucks drink water but also wow coke zero wait ago you taste great a what else is going to fuck this fox every time i've logged into watch a game and i've watched so many of these games over the past few weeks mukta log in with my fucking tv provider everytime oh yeah that's weird i have to do that too i don't know it's such a planet double up secure i dunno know but why everytime they're just like hey there's no it saved a new much but it isn't maybe you should call fox hey brian how are you enjoying are are experienced anchor are a new publishing platform man it has been such a nice improvement is 'em it's like it's the future like the first time i could order pizza from my phone number that life should just be this way it feels like this is the future we were promised exactly a banker has been at the light a it's free it's easy is hell a it's everything you need to make a podcast new one or and existing one garza moved right over so easy it's all in one place you can record cord and edit a bill distribute you're podcast everywhere on spotify apple podcasts google i mean all the all the places right yeah in great news could make money from your podcast yeah that's a revelation revelation right that's really nice a so get out there kids a download the anchor app on whatever device you got and a or go to anchor dot fm to get started we did in all right we almost done no were eighteen minutes people want hours of this stuff where it's twelve o'clock here i have business to attend to it to i've got the gym i won't win am i supposed to do anything you got to work out today you trying to tell me the run fifteen minutes sprints over here i woke up at what time did you wake up you know wanna know what i talked about while while you were gone you know part of me just kinda wants to find out when i listened to the review these episodes okay all right i like that you know i wanna i wanna feel how they feel a i woke up at nine am that's what ten okay jesus christ oh god what ninety m it's crazy the whole life before that i now and i congratulate you and i wanna wake up earlier i miss you so much and macy's so much talked about i missed you while you were gone that was nice i heard something about soda pop i talked about pop end you just everybody really called pop there while not here i am in los angeles where you know home yes yes we sure do i feel like the people who marketed made suit over the past hundred years and market i i don't don't hesitate in this is where i have just completely off the deep end like i feel like those people should be tried the same way the war criminals are i did i talked about that i talked about how goddamn awful it is an about how a sadly because of my diet had been drinking some sure is sugar free of course but if you know what what do you mean it's the worst it should be outlawed who doesn't drink fucking soda pop anybody with a brace fucking superhero women oh yeah a we just got a picture of dp in her in her sweet little angel god that dog is so cute checking check a get i hear checking wonderful it's got the like try the bike to colored face face a one in angel a look at that guy or i guess girl girl yeah on each of these families we a one angel talks the best hey i got a question about dog so my girlfriend volunteers and walks dogs and takes care of them at this place in santa monica in a lot of the dog's but they rescue are i guess it's hits i dunno i dunno if this certain things specific to a dog but austin some of the dog that she's walking in stuff they have like they're you know the fucking ears cut off i don't know shit about that i mean i just hit it some of these breeding places do fucked up stuff they cut off tales making shorter fur cosmetics or they were maybe they're not you know maybe they just were abused i dunno i dunno all right i didn't well yeah lots of things saturday but yeah just feels like a lot of the dog rescue have come to them with their ears clipped which i just don't just get it just why yeah why and then i was thinking and i told my girlfriend i said i have i truly believe if you have ever caught a fucking dog years off all the people that have you're fucking ears should be cut off that same thing more criminal trial seriously wrong with everybody like animal abuse child abuse people who sell soda should should fucking burn is i cannot wait to get some fucking hate mail here you could say hey i'll just a reminder to fund talk at important important dot com or important not impact on twitter a steady right declines morning showed in studio at instagram sure why not important not important but i'll take it let's fucking come at me with sodium in there are a so you know i work at this restaurant and some of the back of the house crew boy did they love their fucking pop and they will grab they'll grab one of the like court containers that we put like to go mac and cheese in in just hill that pucker up with like orange fantasia what it is just insane the love for pop is so it i just don't i it's just why i mean i liked it i guess when i was a kid sure but i guess there's something can i say something i won't always be like you guys you gotta like please don't do this and like talk to him about it but they don't care they don't wanna listen can say something sure the women just scored scoring working on some immediately after the fox up said please sign in suffering is simply that on record god dammit wow mothers it'll be fun for you how long the game leftist could be great ninety minutes excellent high just a pilot shit but a pile of crap pola 'em he just reminds me of a i'm gonna take a second and i gotta figure out the best way to do this the the web app this sucks but we gotta start making room for a voice messages okay why do we get some more i'm this one checking i tried to check on the on the web thing but they're like tied to the episode where people respond which i guess makes sense but there's no like you gotta talk thinker people about this there's no like button that says like chicken voice messages you gotta go into episode right right yeah yeah i mean that's great that it's titled episode but there should be an easy way to listen to them like at one a one stop shop you know what else is frustrating they still have don't have the schedule listed for the summer league but mb summer league in vegas starting in two weeks oh don't you go and watch that yeah and i wanna know who i'm gonna be able to see so how long do you go to vegas for this thing a three day weekend just a quick weekend it lasts so i think tenders ten days of games but you know if you stay that long and vegas i think you i think you'd be dead i think you're dead weight is this during you're june singer you fucked how's this work no starts july fifth oh so that's convenient very very convenient well it's also my girlfriend's birthday in july there's too many wasn't gonna july fourth i wasn't gonna do it in july so yeah it's gonna be exciting i'm very excited some really great my fourth year in a row checking out the new the newbies these rookies from last year the the people who were about to get drafted tomorrow a no i'm sorry today sorry that's timing this man did you catch some shipper this i despise the lakers did you see they have fucked up this trade so bad it is fantastic there's a whole article about how they basically like didn't understand how the salary cap works but i made the trail and understand how that's true by the way how do not what you talking about i gotta send you this article and will put in the show notes it's great and they they they basically had to call back and be like hey so listen 'em that we see 'cause they wanna pursue they've so effectively they've traded away most of the team right they traded three young guys in a couple of picks yeah and then no three first round picks like whatever you're fucking dumb okay 'em but so there's only i think two other guys left on the team besides the bron right at this point i think you gotta get out of wonder wonder there's two or three left they gotta get you know i'm not kidding they have to get rid of one or two others to the point to make room free 'cause they apparently they wanna go after a third max contract right to go like miami heat style but it'll literally be like who's on his only one left besides the bron like on the team because they had titrate everyone else way but they fucked up the salary cap somehow and i'm just like oh it's great it's i just think it's great and then lebron's gonna tears grind and it's it's gonna be perfect blow the braun i'm gonna share is growing it's gonna be great a listen that's great i don't understand the lakers hate and i it's fine we all had i don't care a they're so you're gonna be fine there dancy chance but it's it's a bunch of fans who thinks it kobe bryant who is a rapist is the greatest basketball player of all time well sure sure i don't know if we need to get into this fun talk we definitely challenge is all i'm saying is it's exciting to think about anthony davis and lebron james playing together especially because they know they're come on those which were the best basketball players and they're gonna go after a third somebody who knows yet but a it could be it could be a fun season can i ask you a question oh is lebron still one of the best basketball players you mean like today mhm i mean yes yes you think after the groin injury think next year whatever is with all the miles he's got ellie hgh he's done you think he's still you think he's still top ten on a season long basis what you're basing this on a possible groin injury after net i'm talking about the one he toured last year oh and he was hobbled per months body's breaking down 'cause all the miles and all the steroids didn't he if i look at lebron staffer last season didn't have a pretty a pretty fantastic season besides missing three months listen yes he's still one of the best come on okay i think that's clear now we are on the way to he's clearly on his way a down and we have all these young studs i liked the parts where he complained about trades on instagram and also where he would sit out the huddle listen i am by no means a lebron james fan by no means i've only hated him forever i don't care about a minute it all all my buddies a good basketball player sure i mean look objective leap for sure he'll be go down as one of the best of all time my buddy seth knows a lot find out that your friend is about that i a teddy's real dad i 'em that i i didn't have any love in my living room grew in i appreciated more mom but then it's just like he tries to come in he tries to be honoring the gm everywhere he's fucking terrible at it that way satellites man yeah i dunno it's complicated it's complicated but i just kevin villain and i hate the lakers so yeah i think shack was right what about what about kobe in life yeah koby also good basketball player but the girls a the women's i'm a fucking asshole yeah goal differential do you know goal differential and soccer sure sure i do that okay so it's basically it's aggregate total over a season or in this case over tournament of of 'em have you have you scored more goals or or lead in more goals in it'll be plus then if you if if if in game one you score a goal and you start off at zero sum game one you score a goal and you've been one zero you're you're goal differential is one right plus one got a and if it's if it's one in one it's nullified if it's too in our or you lose the first game a year to year down a it's a goal differential negative to do it the women have played two games to a sorry two games in twelve minutes in their goal differential eighteen jesus good god unbelievable their best teams out of all these fucking women have been paid basically nothing wow especially compared to the men who to be clear are terrible and so they are actually everyone's like oh why they celebrating thirteen zero that's where it's like they're suing their employers usa soccer end it just came out like yesterday did they actually the past two years here's brought in more revenue than the men whoa really so it's kinda like now some school fucking goals they want an outline of morale that's insanity it's fucking ridiculous wow wow that's crazy and they were this way before alex morgan but she is just i mean she's so good seasons saying it's fun man it's fun to watch they're out of control out of control how if you played goalie against them how many goals if they get ten shot how many can you a i think we know the answer do you get a hand on one no fucking way have you seen that little that little video skit of the goalie who keeps getting pelted in the face no but i'll watch it all day oh my god i gotta find it and send it to you the the world the people listening i imagine probably know what i'm talking about to the it's pretty popular but it just two teams and it's like the end of the game and it's the what's the thing where you win based on the the one kicking you know whoever wins the last like how high end sandals i guess yeah maybe yeah so they're doing that and i go back for season two teams but the one goalie for the one team every time they opposing player kicks the ball he he misses he blocks the shot everytime but he blocked with his face unintentionally like it just is destroying his face over and not just one timer this is the thing being replayed no no several times 'cause they keep tying you know it's like it's like the it's like why does he keep doing it with his face because that's the joke of the skit it's like he goes after it and it is set part i thought this was like a like a natural will replay knows like what are you fucking talking it out no i said skate and i was laughing hysterically where's your head at i dunno man it's so high whatever great crate and thirty four degrees and i just sit here and listen you just talk no nobody needs nobody needs in their life mhm i am just this bag of chips has been telling me for so long but you will need them why eat a cause that will know yeah don't do that yeah nobody wants that nobody wants that a gonna get out of here soon a you gotta teach kids to swim meet ooh that's cool yet should be pretty exciting lobster and on very proud of them what do you got going on this weekend a this weekend i'm doing whatever my girlfriend wants me to because the past couple of weekends we've been i've been sort of busier and we've been hanging out on my side of town so i'm going to the west side and we're gonna we're gonna hang all right okay straight hang it's gonna be awesome hey we gotta go a when i get back it'll take a month we gotta make a reservation at this a knockout place when they got the two michelin stars oh friend of the pod seth says i mean i don't think he's been but she was on the chef whose name is escaping me and her partner in life and in the restaurant where on m a top chef what's the fucking cooking show on netflix shit and the jets table chef's table is that it i dunno isn't called chef's table that's a that's one that's like a netflix series i think that was like they original like high gas okay a anyway shoes on and it's just incredible but they finally because they brought michelin stars back the california yes but apparently ignored all sorts of the immigrant cuisine much sure why outfit 'em but a i think she won two stars which fucking crazy but change to make reservations impossible but we gotta a you know we gotta do that well alex morgan has in this tournament eleven shots seven around target and they've become five goals pam jesus he i guess there are no you can reserve on a what is this recipe or on their what whatever fucking website i said yeah ready you can make reservations up until september currently a knock on there are zero available you i'm sorry you said zero i'm done doing this or doing this episode walks by docker i have no idea i just let you sent me to you to thing is trying to watch it no you don't watch video while were recording you don't think the people wanna hear me react to it it's really funny by the way it's just very funny a this guy well eight minutes forty minutes we we cut this we just fucking in this thing thirty eight minutes oh my research is so perfect wow yeah so perfect perfect well 'em all right yeah let's let's get out of here this is been great you're a great i miss you have had a great time i feel the same way about you were gonna have to figure out we don't really do this last summer we gotta figure out getting the thank you gifts to the gas oh right while were not together maybe well what do you mean you just write the thank you know i'm just gonna say you're just gonna tell meta goatee office tribal if you already off left they're ready to go i'm just you don't have to go every week but i'm saying maybe two weeks maybe every two weeks pop up an to write a oh and then we get up yeah i'll 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S1E77: Shawn Harvey Morning Show 01/29/20 | Senny J and Barbie Take Over | Kobie and Gigi

The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

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S1E77: Shawn Harvey Morning Show 01/29/20 | Senny J and Barbie Take Over | Kobie and Gigi

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into the morning buys and i wanted to talk to you guys about i was reading this article yesterday eh and it was talking about how so many people it's one of the most search things is if it's okay to pee in the shower and you know it really got me thinking because i never used to do it i guess when i was younger i was like you know get get out of the shower and go to the bathroom but then i was like you know as i got older i would do it like if i had to i don't exclusively in the shower poorest i felt like you know it'll be fine but then i worried about always gonna make your bathroom like extra dirty so you know a when i the but we will just go down drains but still like just you know german mike did of salvage java's life oh our guy ill right if one is running in his going out i don't want you don't get out shower and go but yeah i if finding shower and i got so we know i'm not wanna get by the fall right on my and then you're totally gets all way right now just pissing to do it so for any of you who were worried about or concerned i have some information about it so you guys can make an informed decision and please call in and let us know in the chat room if you are if you are in the shower we want to know and if you're not wanna know why and if you're getting out and you're making a floor floor way and your and your toilet wet for why why are you doing this guy harold green you out herald lettuce the president's most guys do it i there was a hashtag on this out because i was looking it up they aim for the day we'll we can't really aid for anywhere but you men can that's what marcus emoji let us know what you're doing i mean they have several benefits as to why it is okay for you to pee in the shower and this is coming from a doctor in the mayoclinic so this is reaching the top guys will wanna know what's going on the first thing actually is it's environmentally until he conscious and you guys know that i do appreciate when we can do things for the environment any time that you can drastically cut your water bill or or save a flush is very important and it could also be huge impact on the toilet because of all the waters we consume flush toilets have been called doc and environmental disaster everytime you flash your your flusher toilet uses about two gallons of water well did you know that much yeah that's a live just for one the flies that's why sometimes you guys hurt especially when we have a drought i don't think we've had a drought out here and i'll you know but they say if it's yellow l. o. let it mellow if it's brown flush down so you know take that into consideration your daily life that's a good thing for you to do aw also they do say that it will get rid of fungus if you have any or athletes were any type of thing like that it says he does have anti fungal properties i mean i assan going on your foot i mean i don't follow ashes got a couple of bombs for actually i also wanna look you know they say appealing to pee on so vig uric acid in a moment in european can help to stop out fungal infections athlete's foot and other fungi so it's okay to piano if you're able to so shallow to the people with with foot fungus fungus it's also your bathroom we'll stay cleaner to the c. everytime uses toilet of course the remove the sea is going to get dirty backwash washed things like that so between scrubs you can you know keep your toilet clean every time that you're home if you decided just keep it for the shower so these are some facts that they also have they also say that as far as the dirt khalil show should i pee on your feet so you should should i pee on my feet well khalil if you have something on your maybe you should see if it'll clear up do it like three times in the row i'm john says some people smell to bag for that what do you mean by that market shower you should smell back and shower and also so you know it's not good to hold your peace so especially in the water it's warm it's washing down over you and it just makes you want to go to the bathroom so just go or you can do it before you get in the shower they also say your your urine is eighty five percent ninety percent water so oh it is okay like i have concerns about maybe your bathroom your tub getting extra dirty because you're paying but they said it's ninety percent percent water and the rest is just wasting it'll just go down so you guys there's definitely some benefits do you add also i was looking at what what do you do you guys have weird names for i guess i also too when you're teaching kids to go to the bathroom do you have any names in your how we let people say tanko some people sam going to the piety my grandmother she's ninety four she used to call and she still says it's in his day do do you have to go make a puddle gonna go to the bathroom but she's like are you gonna make a puddle is my mom in a chat room and use it she just did if you beat them abandon me we need exactly linda yeah now bad you need a drink some water but also you know you're in the bathroom nobody else is gonna smell it close the door or unless you're like me who you know show our goes to the bathroom with the door open it made me feel you know especially when i'm home alone bob i salvage say i wanna know what's going on in the house he should be going on with you dog and i have a dog too who so he likes to come in and out as he pleases instance good it's just better for everybody but you leave the door open marina simmons demands are you are you against peeing in the shower or do you get ou- and all of that she said screw y'all that's been it it's your in its its water morita you it's a part of life the low PD shower saved worby info fungus story that's a of the threat that you can have it so i want to let you guys know some people are strongly opposed to this and i just feel like you should be free it's one of the most such things on the internet find out you know as your bathroom you're a who are we to judge you we ain't gonna awesome yeah that's right OPB guard i go globally peter yeah and i wanna know put it in the chat room i want to know you anybody else decides to do that happy or or potty dance when you guys are training your kids to go to the bathroom did you do a potty i shall come on let's p p in patpong BP i did that heightened fun i was reading thing they said when you're potty training like give your kids like treats and stuff like that i started doing now with candy or whatever but we ain't gonna do this every time we go to the bathroom so we just i ended up doing a dance so i think twice we did we put views a serial like what do you call those rosa cheerios make them tell you what you do that with my side so what he's saying put the cheerio cereal so they a not guilty on your floor because roy moore flowing right yes right make of aim then auto inventory you try to aid to hate the cereal i never even by babies try the the whole been yeah let us know today you were not sorry it is the kenya arabi intimated take out her the trick back the bathroom in there right now you're in the one dollars eighty percent of people in the world in the world thank you the average doing in the bathroom shower the feeling yeah it off in a building in sean UPN shower we all are dying to know what what a thumbs up if you're into back and right now uh-huh thank you back it can the whole thing out the the friendly i appreciate your car pro war the league twice he must have stopped dream the sir they did you aim for the dream the game the question soon it's nothing it's gonna be in paterson new jersey have you look on i think pose page to bush her name is molly scott yes or money comedian check on her page and you can see other media we we are back sean harvey morning show featuring any j. along bar-b.-que along you guys it is exactly eight a lock we are glad to be back we are going to give you some really quick and then we are going to get into some news election is going on out there i've been here at guy drips show good prentice we know that you pee in the shower because we're talking today i'll call and let us know ep shower or if you don't if you're strongly against dead you think it's nasty and we shouldn't be doing this let us know why enquiring minds wanted i'll be there are you come in you should come communities having i have to work overtime i know i i don i think about all the time here in bethlehem we work at us from right now it's thirty six degrees going to a high of forty one cloudy right now but essentially be out around eleven a. m. this morning in newark new jersey thirty four degrees forty one for the high also and cloudy and essentially AM today and in new new york three or four right now again with a high of forty one cloudy and sunny around eleven AM six three in miami of now eighty-one for the hi it's going to be fair down there in atlanta thirty nine degrees fifty four for the high mostly cloudy and fifty five inlaws air with a high of seventy only seven today clear and sunny in chicago is thirty degrees with higher thirty two cloudy with a chance of rain later in the day that's what i have for you all today a where you are coming to you live from the show have you wanna show featuring city jay we did tomorrow to start right that it is right you buy we are going to get into some front page news with semi jay i'm going to give you some news local domestic and then i'm going to give you guys some weird news you know i like to do that on wednesdays i like to give you something that you know now you might not hurt you might have heard you know anywhere else i the first story that i'm going to start off with is you know the corona virus it is still spreading it is still taking lives over in china there is a already if you didn't already know five confirmed cases here in the US anybody that doesn't know about the corona virus i put an article in the chat and the group room it is in no way shape or form comes from corona beer or anything like that see this is why trump is president because people are just ask amazes me it was one of the most things out on google also no it has nothing to do with that name though but right right corona virus i believe also the symptoms it's not anything crazy it's regular symptoms coughing a up watery eyes may be i don't even think you get a fever you have a cough yeah just like flu like symptoms you may feel a little achey but but again it's highly contagious 'cause you can pass it to several people before you even know that you're sick like most common colds takes you know a couple of a day a couple of days before you feel yourself now the problem is is that they've quarantined off the city of wuhan and china now where they believe that this all originated however and certain airports people that are coming from wuhan they have them coming into the united states from starting airports however in wuhan the whole city is like quarantine so people can't leave the from there so but now there was an outcry because americans that are over and wuhan and they need to get out so what they are doing is evacuating them i will right now it looks like they're there abaco meeting them because they were there they couldn't leave do to them possibly having the virus they wanted them to wait a few days but now they're saying that a flight carrying about two hundred american evacuees headed to a military base in southern california after leaving wuhan in china the chart the flight chartered by the state department left the chinese city and touchdown a late last night at ted stevens anchorage international airport in alaska why they laughed at alaska why guess maybe coming around it's like the quick the closest place okay they said after refueling at passenger screenings screenings in anchorage but they did their screening they're like far away it left for the march right that's true it lead for the march air reserve reserve base near riverside california that is true i will go here to alaska with icy cold viruses kiss of bounded around with goal i guess right they did say they conducted two additional health screenings after they'd have screenings from china all passengers were approved to continue on to california i wonder if like when they're screening the people if they're wearing those but if it takes at least seven sundays for zuko yeah and what they did for seven days a winning maybe they feel like they're coming from one they've been over there for a little bit is so by the time they they behind there for seven damn days in alaska then get tested again tested i get their face every day could be leaking comes to work get PTO time pressure breakneck work from landscape risk facile virus has killed one hundred thirty one hundred thirty two limbaugh already at the other guy i was just one hundred and infected affected nearly six thousand others in china most of them in wuhan five cases have been confirmed in the united states and the people of the united states there's still okay up there saying that they're working on vaccines but they're not gonna be ready for at least a year you know what every time i hear about a new virus or something they're always think it's i i i'm a little bit of a conspiracy theories ame you really so snakes rap off evan all of a sudden they just got passed on to humans scientists created any got a cure already boy you know i love upi wait a dad yet even talking to anthony cruz he's eligible video through come on all these strains of the flue your right they don't know which would break every since they've made the floor since i don't know since i've i've been reading up on their strain of the flu that they've been making the vaccination from what was the big one the h one n one every every vaccine that they've made after has not been any of the fluids that have been so i don't know this man made right and i'm i'm sure they have the cure already if they created the the have some the unranked at the NFL haven't died yet so they weren't really it's all about the money now they say there are about a thousand americans living in wuhan priority was given to u. s. citizens who are most at risk for contracting corona virus so i guess is the elderly if they stay in the city oh okay the yeah while they're announcing america's living on priority was given to u. s. citizens who are most at risk for contracting oh if they stay in the city that's why if they stay in the city they'd be most susceptible to get they said that they were unable to accommodate everyone due to space limitations but it's working to identify alternative routes for US citizens to depart wuhan by land oh i guess maybe go to another chinese city right this department issued a level for advisory for one meaning americans should not travel to the city while the virus has an impact so if you're anyone who knows planning on traveling they're still around i wonder if any of of our favorite chinese food restaurants have traveled over there jake i know lately lightly because the team's young 'cause i needed no royal overheat other wright city you don't want any virus of afraid ryan's am i e propriety maybe chinese food would you get a virus on your chicken she can we were fried hard maybe i'll get you take away the freia hide that were burning the bird off the virus other countries including south korea japan are also setting charters to evacuate citizens from the epicenter the center of the outbreak of the european commission said it was sending two aircraft to evacuate european union citizens out of wuhan on meanwhile in the most drastic action yet by a major airline as the deli corona virus spreads british airways has suspended flights between the united kingdom and china yeah we'll do well they don't even go into china china they can't go nowhere nohara hakam none you can't go to china aw british airways ain't playing england ablade european commission i don't i don't know if that's part of the united kingdom where eating like nope that inhabited so i don't know maybe other maybe uh other airlines will follow sou- which again china keeps getting hits they have this thing going on in hong kong still will you know what i'm saying people fighting for their rights so people are traveling for that they're chinese new year was just cancelled because of the ooh the vice and now they have this doubt you know anguish people can't get in there so i don't know please getting getting together china come onto mr brown how are you darling good morning with surround good to see you also oh in my news this is where it kinda side what's going on a nine year old boy is charged charged with attempted murder after his younger sister was stabbed a nine year old boy i was charged with attempted murder in the first degree free after he allegedly stabbed his five year old sister with a kitchen knife in an apartment this happened in florida according to the ocala police department -partment at his initial court appearance in marion county yesterday a judge ordered the boy to undergo psychiatric evaluation he was also assigned in a public defender and will remain in secured detention his next court -ment his next appearance is on february fiqh because of his age they're not giving his name the mother of the children told police that she left the apartment for about ten minutes on monday to check the mail i gotta leave for ten minutes check the mayo male male back maybe i mean okay oh okay i didn't finish to check the mail and get some candy candy for her children from a neighbor in their apartment complex okay when she returned and how they were nine nine and five she returned to check on which she returned to check on them she found her son stabbing her daughter daughter in his room screaming di di this is so disturbing staggered i don't know what i would do as a parent i saw that i was speechless my bill mother said she grabbed the knife from her son and russia daughter to the bathroom that her son ran out of the apartment the boy was located on the property and taken into custody after law enforcement called the cops on the kid you have to link i call it now for to report the standard of her daughter with a cane ambulance and asked what happened and she would tell yeah oh my god the police lease detective that detail the incident wrote that he saw a large kitchen knife in the hallway that appear to have blood on the blade along with blood inside the rome leading out the hallway emergency the boy told the officer that while his mother was gone he went to the kitchen got a knife hidden hidden behind his back as he approached his sister his sister was bent over trying to show him something on the floor and he grabbed her by the back of the neck and began stabbing arnaud he watched TV lived at i agree with you turn off the TV because babe see now you by now i'm playing so this is a white black or other eddie why would any why did they say the boy okay when the officer asked the boy why he stabs his sister the boy told them that he wanted to kill her and that the thought had i answered his his head two days ago he possessed your he said he tried to get out of his head when he could hit them that's crazy he i i i'm just i'm speechless unfortunately at the time time of this article we don't have an update on the girl's condition but they said that she was stabbed multiple times and airlifted to a hospital for treatment it must be really serious year with needed to get it because i mean obviously he's stabbing like wherever you don't know what he's hitting how this is such a i i didn't are- this whole story i saw it was shocking i thought it was maybe like low staff assistant quick little this is very are- disturbing i hope this little boy gets help maybe i thinking he must be some type of maybe schizophrenia you know what i'm saying schizophrenia bipolar bobby bows house on their own and now manik bible muggy gets that's what he kamar back to city give them all the medicine all all of them have you wanna give him he needed crazy hey i've i i don't know how the mothers will they need to talk to the mother she needs to do in one knows about that i don't know what i don't know what i would do 'cause you know with your child and your other child while you know how do you feel do you do you want to see that fight that movie you saw that movie that is one movie i saw the good son eh macaulay culkin yeah yeah and he was like yes a long movie longtime ago but i always like what would i do if what am i kids was just like in evil child committee yeah pray for them bad you pray for and why they can meet yeah so this yes deal yeah the baby is a i mean khalil yup he is possessed yes i'm sorry i do have another story we've i'm just we're gonna take a quick break and we're gonna come back we're going to have so when you know you have to just my one is going off of what is going on in this world saying that's very very say you ooh yeah thank you forget your wishes it is waterproof can't push meyerbeer that is very growl title because you're still a baby yeah into attack is baby sister who say yeah and as a mom tom or you like you know what did i do wrong right this say she didn't watch too much data the team but you know what i've had okay i'm gonna tell you guys when i was in school like high school anything i had an uncontrollable earns like uncontrollable and vestige nobody wanted to light jump up on the table while out it's like i wanted to do that really badly am always what have i just did the cable but i never did it but i would think about it in the class are you talking talk about my the book was he felt that same feeling but he's likely the king at about it took i four because china's got the call you too kicked his i'm dan the man that had to go to you would look at all the only one yeah i the report four years uh-huh and come it just felt any cat uh-huh sir it would hey warning take back hey kinkaid the talk god 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are one of the things especially since we've been having so many storms all this different stuff kind a happening especially in puerto rico with earthquakes there was another earthquake i believe in jamaica costa jamaica off the coast seven point seven magnitude sousse oh things are shifting over there down there in the caribbean drilling right over there and it's causing the z. and other manmade disaster and they are the jamaica us nami warning my heart's content jamaica so you can watch out they don't get me yes hopefully they do not they also say say that we can there are there are something that you can do to prevent and that could save your life during a storm and they're putting a quarter in the freezer can stabilize during the storm and i'm going to show you how eh sometimes they say coming back after a major storm has passed there we forget that we might still be danger it's very likely that power outages during a storm may have spoiled food leftover in the fridge now this is a life hack that can ultimately save me from consuming anything your body should not consume and this is something from a facebook user that had went viral and they were able to test it this if the power goes on your home while you're gone i'm you know of course you're going to worry about the things in the freezer so they recommend people freeze the water in a cup until it's solid take it now now put a quarter on top of the ice and then put it back in the freezer they say when you return if you find the quarter has move off to the bottom of the cup that means your food was unrefrigerated while you were gone and it's no longer safe to eat it if you found the quarter order in the middle the food is likely okay but if you still don't feel good about it you can just throw it out also obey saying saying that ideally you want the quarter to be exactly where you left it right on the top means that your freezer content stayed frozen the entire time but wouldn't you know that already if you're stop is frozen not fall back done we wouldn't need to do that act i'm kinda disappointed in this the FDA stated that when preparing for emergencies the freezer should be below zero degrees fahrenheit and your fridge temperature should be should not be above forty degrees fahrenheit i don't even have a thermometer in my fridge whether the mountains and where is he gonna be digital or you won't have a dial i have the thing where you can like turn it if you want to cold or not awesome numbers on those should represent a certain degree welcomed year low look up you're making whatever figuring have legal you goosing them i'm gonna look at me when he long now i don't think i do and i read but i don't i don't know i never know what temperature but i it's cold no it's cold because when i go to get i think i need to turn down because my milk was frozen the other day wait who that'd be the best of syria but doesn't that make my electric bill the little bit i don't know see these kids i i think i turned it down but i don't know experts also suggest freezing containers of ice water to help your food stay cold longer bourbon if the power goes out that's a good idea you should also place refrigerator items in the freezer that you won't eat right away keep them fresh refrigerated food is usually usually say as long as the door capshaw shut and the power is out for no longer than four hours so that's a good tip the quarter not not so much because you know if you're studying your freezers frozen all the way or if it's slightly me one time like this stuff was kind of like it was what is it that conversation where it's just like why are you so i threw a couple things out but some things that were so cold in the middle you ask ask let us go we have to think of how to generate it 'cause jesmond grocery shop powerful today and a half growling mad as hell it might offer would were bad girl alabama heat so right have loved that wasn't refrigerated the reason yob will be hat adult care food going back that's right that's getting worse as a spoiled because it's just a ways you're a fifty eight year old is rested for throwing a meth fueled death party for his wife before she died or he looked to see this band the odyssey is this man who he reports kiosque you come on just how y'all can see that i would oppose this story in the group of so anybody that's on us on our live right now can see he's alive he death del rey he was my happy dwayne johnson wanted to celebrate his wife's death he wanted to celebrate his wife is dad the only way he knew how by throwing her and meth fueled death party dwayne was arrested for criminal neglect after to call nine one one to report the death of his wife deborah lyndon johnson he met his wife with methamphetamine because he didn't want her to die in a nursing wow so basically he messed her up in the name of love after arthur's responded to the nine one one call dwayne allegedly answer i answer the door naked and told police they had the right house before returning to his bathtub where he was trying to remove some sort of undetectable thing from his skin sixty nine year old deborah was found dead inside the couple's home at the top of the stairs and wrapped in a white sheet so he was the what they call it the angel of mercy right he did it to save her he didn't want her oh she was only sixty nine nursing has gone disease and it was the building he needs to be a home and he has a bill in a pond searching the home police officers found death parade god hell paid on the door with red spray paint yeah i along with several guns and hundreds of rounds of ammunition on the floor deborah's cause of death is still unknown but according to the nursing home she had been at a transitional care center before husband checked her out against medical device advice debra had previously suffered two heart attacks had diabetes high blood pressure and had mental illnesses that would cry that required her to be on antipsychotic psychotic medication oh she did needs to be editor single some type of care the husband said he he and his wife spent their final hours together or having sex and listening to their favorite song quiet riot's metal health the both starting to take methamphetamine and she stopped taking her medication not only did authorities get a depth suspicious call but the county drug task force and the new and the police department also participated in the arrest dwayne was arrested bail was set for two hundred fifty thousand dollars dwayne has prior convictions for for DWI an assault and is on probation for driving after license cancellation well when he got his d y also had methamphetamine in his system as well you guys that is all that i have for weird news yeah it just seems to be gained rail disturbing disturbing day this what we were doing louis taking this bath raising where a young but it sounds like his wife was wearing she went out with a bay but again six addicts i did she did it the way she 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have petitioned nice but what does he yesterday oh briefly briefly yet but i think it's almost three million signatures now wow yes because i i signed it you know i have signed a petition let's get kobe dot com work guests you've got go in anger that she would treat the blue tree moody hours years forget you guys go on a petition so we can get kobe's silhouette changed to the end of waste ABA lowell is a few of the of course the lakers retired kobe's that mark cuban who the owner of the maverick he also retired kobe's number twenty four hour of kobe bryant his debut it was also a few other teams are in tops about my retirement his number twenty four also in the next brooklyn nets guard spencer dinwiddie dinwiddie he he retired his number eight jersey and he now has picked number twenty six in honor of kobe because no corbin wait he the eighteen before he changed twenty four anyway get into willow spot score an NBA the warriors play the seventy sixers yesterday the seventy sixers why one fifteen to one zero four so horri- yesterday the hornets one ninety seven to ninety two the pelicans aka the bourbons one against the cavaliers yesterday one twenty five to one eleven the hawks i i in the raptors game one thirty raptors one fourteen hawks the grizzlies and the nuggets plane yesterday that led to the grizzlies one one one four two one two nine thousand six the celtics in the heat one nine two one two one cell takes up and the wizard and the bucks wine fifty one buff and the route wizards one thirty one the signs and the mavericks yesterday one oh four times one one thirteen and again to reiterate the clippers and the lakers postponed the game yesterday so that game is to be deter yes he changed to twenty six no no that's not what articles that he chain because his son is six and then newsreader finally said about twenty that's eight hundred twenty six but that could be what they off when they retire numbers like when the mavericks sites retired twenty four was there somebody who was the number twenty four in dentist get a new number number yeah i wonder how that works of other teves zoo happy like oh i know but that's my number it must most people can they love love quote they'll just they'll probably given the chance to pick their own number right okay that's interesting i always want to wanted to know how they do that but that is a very nice that they're doing that you know to honor him i know i was watching article you know where ice cube was talking about where he was when he heard that kobe bryant passed and he said that when somebody told him he actually texted him because has he was like you know kobe usually you know if he doesn't tax back right away usually gets back to me and he said that he never responded so that was the time that he had a really hard time i'm sleepy here as well shaquille o'neal has been posting a lot of kobe related pose and danes who was a very dear friend to him and you know of course they were known as like an unstoppable duo so all of that stuff that's coming out is really you know heartbreaking and as they continue to where i i believe the coroner just identify kobe brian as one of the ted today so very late if they from sunday to wednesday xavier took you that long final by the offer code at the same time right right that's true but you know even with everybody being mad at TMZ like hello though are we going to wait three days to mine now no corners together but of course they have to be thorough and know what's going on i guess harvey johnson sports you guys stage i'm going to i can't right into some celebrity gossip and news and then we're gonna xiaojie guys out and then you're going to robina terrar- GP and said this was a really interesting she launches a natural haircare align excuse me trust into she watches a natural hair care line at target goto rashi got even know we're trying to do that she gives up for the end of her hit fox series empire which you all know is coming to its 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well kicked myself i need to go right i i know and a lot of people they would save a lot more money just do that you know when i'm a millionaire this joy hey i'm not gonna have all that i they don't need that kodak black if you guys did a while you should know he is behind bars gun charges drugs charges he he got a sentence for that so he's been behind bars for a little bit now i think since the summer he's been in there but his mother is speaking out his mother's speaking out after she claims that he is being abused behind bars so let's let's see what she has to say kodak's mother her name is marceline simmons she hasn't listened to help of benjamin crump which is a really really big a social our civil rights attorney he's getting a lot of notoriety right now after allegedly kodak black has been facing unfair treatment from correction officers officers while behind bars his mother and attorney devon shakeup were scheduled to meet with kodak to conduct a welfare check however when they got there they learn that he had been placed on a buzz and transferred to kentucky oh wow yes she said we believe they intentionally moved him so he couldn't meet eight with his attorneys she wants to make sure that while he's in their custody that he doesn't end up dead so she is very concerned as well as all of her family that these allegations are taken seriously there was a lengthy post may two kodak's page where he claimed that they were strategically killing a slowly he called out a name in particular i said lieutenant at arroyo has been very vindictive towards me and i have a strong feeling it has something to do with me being set up laced bruised roost and brutally beat in two weeks before my court date own kodak he said i am highly supported in the way they have treated not only me but all of the other inmates in this facility with their self serving agenda they will always side with their fellow officers whether right or wrong and is true yeah kodak blacks mother she spoke to the press she said i wanna make sure my son is okay i wanna make sure they kill my son if they kill my son if my son dies i'm going to kill myself to all my son actor guide ride my son is life to meet my son is everything for me so she can tell she loves her side she'd been lose remained if he was stabbing her his sister will love i'm like that who knows what side maybe looking at bishop who lives mikey possessed by the day he got low all satan's flawn janos is kodak black craziest hey he had a hit song i'm drowning is that what the saw was was called my son used to sing the song are you because i don't even know russo wisey feels like i'm drowning got it done and then then it i'm drowning you never heard that fall well i mean it was everywhere barbie it was on a regular station it was as popular to me as little nozzles song old yes that's so i guess just really be listening for listening listening hard enough barbie so you know kodak black we are sorry that this is going through you know we're sorry what you're going through for this but also you shouldn't the big get yourself in jail you could been out making music make it hits you in jail for for gun charges i mean i hate that that's bad he getting getting abuse but i don't feel sorry for him and he and you right because if you put some situation we had to go january media so he's in there but nobody get twenty jail yes nobody so you guys know somebody in jail you know vote for people for laws for gel reform because it's not it's not it's not good things are going on okay i had my other story and it's not coming up oh okay this is the one i will smith here's an interview a couple of weeks ago it was actually on the breakfast club where he had said that that hey was not man enough to accept to pox to park and jada pinkett smith's relationship when he was doing promoting for bad boys for life he was asked the question on the on on the breakfast club he was asked if he had ever been jealous of the love jada pinkett smith had for two parks core and because you know jada and to park day i believe they went to the same school and i believe they dated breathing me but they had always remained like really good friends and we'll have admitted that at one point he did he said that was in the early days he said that was a big regret for me because i can never open up to interact doc with to park he said that they never had a sexual relationship but now they had come into that age where that was a possibility and jada was with me and she just loved him he was the image of perfection he would be the fresh prince you know a a good rapper and he said you know we were in the room together a couple of times and i couldn't speak to him he wasn't going to speak to me if i wasn't going to speak to him so they kinda like had that stale me but he also said you know that that was his insecurity that kept him from doing that and he he kind of regrets that because you know he said that jada always said that him in him when he got along really well or that he got the opportunity just to know him so i think that that i that was very big of wolves mary and it shows also you know sometimes it's good to reflect and you know possibly the save yourself hey you know i might be a little jealous that might be a little bit secure but maybe in that moment in that time you can check yourself and you know not outlet it lead to you know kinda like blocking your blessing just because of that especially if you're in a committed relationship with somebody that feels for you the same that you do so fell as if you out there you got loyal insecurity let it go your woman is she going to be yeah so that's good so you guys my study says that we are going to wrap up the show revise we will all be back here i believe to morrow we're going to have an actual show for a throwback thursday we wanna thank you guys all oh for being here with us and put your hearts in a chat room 'cause we're going to give you guys some shutouts on 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Ep. 21: How do sailing stones move?

The How in the World Podcast

12:00 min | 5 months ago

Ep. 21: How do sailing stones move?

"This week's episode answers the question how in the world do big stones in the desert move all by themselves You're listening to the how in the world podcast where we unravel some of the planet's most perplexing questions in just about ten minutes. nope. We're not scientists or scholars. We're just normal people who liked to figure things out sometimes inspiring sometimes informative. Our topics are always fascinating hosted by me, Mark Johnson and my lovely wife me Holly Johnson we do the research so you don't have to. HR is amazing. It absolutely is, and if you didn't believe us after last week's episode about how plants disperse their seeds and really cool and strange ways perhaps, you'll believe us after today's episode on sailing stones but I a disclaimer. Yeah. Let's go ahead and get this out of the way. Holly are not scientists, but we like science an have done a ton of research on this and are providing you with what we believe to be the best information possible if we get it wrong, let us know we may just do a follow. Up on it, and by the way, if you hear thunder, it's because very persistent. Thunderstorm is kind of sneaking past our house. We decided to go ahead and record anyway. So hopefully, it won't cut US off. Yes. Okay. But for some reason every time I, say sailing stones like the title of this episode I, start getting a song in my head. Is there a song called sailing stones? Yeah. Think you're thinking of the little feat song sailing shoes, which was also covered by Robert Palmer and one of my all time favorite bands grass revival. And it was covered by me when I was a musician but I digress okay. Well, that must be what I was thinking of I was thinking it might have been able to dance recital when she was like two but that was something else that was something. Okay. Anyway that things making me crazy. Okay. If you have no idea what we're talking about when we say sailing stones, we're talking about those huge rocks that appear to move by themselves. Huge rocks don't move by themselves. You say, well, these do and we know they do because of the trail they leave behind it's as if someone pushed them along but there's no. Footprints. So we know they moved on their own and the most notable occurrence of this is in Death Valley in California. It's a desert said, the trails they leave behind are really obvious they are, and we've got some cool photos of this in the show notes on our website. But let's talk for minute about where death valley is just to give a little background on this. Yeah. That sounds good. Go for it ominous named Death Valley. Yeah and it's appropriately named to death valley or Death Valley National Park is located on the border of California and Nevada and has within its borders, Sand Dunes Badlands Salt, flats, valleys mountains, and canyons. Pictures of this are truly breathtaking and it became a national park in nineteen ninety four. But the Death Valley National Monument was declared in nineteen thirty three, which was just after the end of the gold and silver boom in that area and boom is kind of a strong word because the golden silver mining in death valley didn't amount to much but borax did or acts, which is a compound deriving from Boron is commonly used as a laundry detergent booster. So you might have seen IT products called twenty mule team Borax, and that product came from death valley and was named after the twenty mule teams that transported out of the valley. I, love. Chemistry by the way. Periodic, table. Moving on Death Valley is also widely recognized as the hottest place on earth with a record temperature recording in nineteen thirteen of get this one, hundred and thirty four degrees Fahrenheit. Now, it's not usually that hot now, but it's still super hot. It's usually closer to one hundred and twenty degrees Fahrenheit. The geography of that area makes it a perfect heat bowl. It's surrounded by mountain ranges which trap the heat that rises off the ground, which by the way is at two, hundred, Eighty, two feet below sea level although that sounds like a really low elevation and it is for comparison purposes. The Dead Sea sits at thirteen hundred feet below sea level. And by the way, the Dead Sea is totally on my bucket list. Yeah. That would be a cool place to go. Okay. Thank you in actually something that Death Valley has in common with the Dead Sea is annual rainfall except in this case, the Dead Sea gets more rain each year by half an edge. Then Death Valley, the receives just to whole inches again, for comparison, will live in Tennessee where the average annual rainfall is more than fifty one and a half inches. Insane, it makes us sound like we live in the rainforest in two, thousand, fifteen, a one, thousand year flood event occurred in the valley they had just over three inches of rain that year. Anyway. We've established that death valley is really hot, really low and really dry I think we've made a case for that. Yes. But we still need to address the question of sailing stones. It's hard to move on because of the amazing history of this area. I mean I could really talk about that for a while longer, but we don't want to get too far off track I. Now I kept getting off on tangents when I was doing my research for this episode there are so many really fascinating stories. To tell, but anyway, let's talk about the moving stones. They are every single bit as fascinating as the rest of the stuff I found, and maybe we can cover the history of death valley in another episode. But for now the stones they range in size from just a few ounces or about the size of a child's fist too many hundreds of pounds and the size of a large microwave. Their occasional change in position in trails provide evidence of their movement but here's the rub nobody has seen the move. There is video. Now though in, it'll be in our show notes manager expectations because it's a time lapse. So you don't see slow smooth movements or anything. This video was taken in two thousand fourteen, and it's the first time since people started studying these rocks in the early nineteen hundreds that their movements were captured. So it's pretty cool and as far as the trails themselves, they can be as long as fifteen hundred feet and depending on whether the rock is smooth or jagged determines its path. The smooth ones are able to move in many different directions in the jagged ones primarily just move in a straight path. The paths themselves are generally three to twelve inches wide and no more than an inch deep, and sometimes the rocks can even turn over which is crazy. These rocks are found in an area of Death Valley called Racetrack. Playa. there are several theories for what makes these rocks move including the good old alien theory. And it's a fun thought aliens or not moving the rocks and the rocks are not magic although people who believe that have stolen them in that sucks. Yeah. People always have to ruin it for other people. What the heck is moving these rocks bigfoot no because he would leave giant bigfoot tracks behind and we said there's no footprints aliens. No they may be abducting us for their own evil purposes, but they're not doing this. So what is moving the stones? Well, brace yourself. I'M GONNA. Tell you ready drum roll. please. It's just nature. Walks. Oh Man I know sorry to disappoint but the nature part is actually pretty cool. The real reason behind the movement of these rocks in Racetrack Playa is a combination of the elements water, wind and ice. And it moves the rocks. We've got those four elements although death valley is really hot winter nights can be quite chilly. Any water that has accumulated on the floor of the Valley during the day freezes at night trapping the rocks in the ice as day breaks temperatures rise the ice formed overnight breaks up pretty quickly. It's only about as thick as a window pane and under the ice remains a layer of water that hasn't frozen as well as the bottom of the rock itself a hang on. So. You're telling me that there are certain times of the year where there's like actually wolf standing water there. Yes. Usually during their quote rainy season Oh. So rains it all sort of collects down in that bowl that is the the floor of the valley and then overnight it freezes the top layer really thin. There's still water underneath the raucous sitting in the water. In the ice and above okay and then as the ice breaks up, wind pushes these ice pieces which still have the rock stuck in them over the ground and the section of the rock that's under the ice digs that path in the earth is it moves like the rudder on a boat. Okay and so that's how they move. That's how they make a path. Interesting and cool. But I wish it was aliens bigfoot because I feel like that would have been more sort of engaging. Yeah. I mean, this is all SCIENC- an interesting but after so many decades of mystery solution seems a little bit like a Debbie Downer. Yeah. I mean a will over a century and this is what we get it. I mean mystery solved. That's cool. Okay. But before we end this episode I wanted to share one fact about death valley that I know you will especially love. Okay what's that Death Valley is Tattoo Wean In addition to the Tunisian desert, Tattoo, weaned from Star Wars. Four a new hope and six the empire strikes back which to us is episodes. One in three was filmed in death valley. Pretty Cool Yes. That is very cool. That makes me want to go watch those two episodes again and look for Death Valley and I'm not sure that I'd be able to distinguish between the two right. But Anyway, we hope you've enjoyed this episode of the how in the world podcast if you have any topics, you'd like us to research. Let us know by simply go to our website and that's how. In the world PODCAST DOT COM and recording yourself asking us a question. If we use your question in a future episode, you may just hear yourself on our podcast. That's right and don't forget to check out our show notes also found at our website for some really cool photos and that video we told you about if you'd like what we're doing here please tell your friends about us and leave us a five star rating subscribe wherever you get your podcasts until next week. 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BEST OF: The Long Journey of Slowly Scaling a Farm on the Side with farmer Travis Schulert

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BEST OF: The Long Journey of Slowly Scaling a Farm on the Side with farmer Travis Schulert

"Welcome to farm small farm smart I'm your host Diego de I e Geo today we're going back in the archives lives to pull out a previously aired episode it's the best of episode let's jump right into it I hope you enjoy it for my guest today can coolers and if you want to save some money on that new cool Bot use the code through the show at permaculture voices dot com slash farms mantech until you start doing the work today it's all about the trials and tribulations of slowly scaling farm on the side with farmer farming has been a means to get him in his wife out of that life style which wasn't working but it hasn't been all smooth sailing getting his first season on a brand new plot of land currently dominated by grass as you'll hear in this episode Travis Schuler episode one zero five a farm small farm smart with Travis Schuler is coming up but first a word from today's along the way between production issues see us a issues customer issues in trouble with land tenure it's been a bumpy road farm in your designing redesigning or adding some new on Farm cold-storage Checkout Cool Bot and save forty percent and operating costs compared to traditional show supporter cool by did you know that cool bots not only help to keep your produce cool but they also save you money in their operation Travis has been able to navigate that road so far and is now in his fourth year of farming but one which is also a new beginning as he star on like this I was stuck in a dead end lifestyle living in a trailer park no savings no plans and between twenty four golf things in farming Travis's taking an in stride in doing his best with it and now realizing that farming is only small farms smart when you're on that page just click on the cool by linked to save some money in send some money our way in the process with wife and I lived in a tiny home in saved what we could and started doing markets and learning to sell and grow for Travis in my now age of twenty eight I started to see us an lease land funded the infrastructure of the farm and gave myself the money to build a tiny home that let's get into it and up to Detroit Michigan to talk to farmer Travis Schuler so we previously around for a couple of reasons one just the actual enclosure and the commercial engine is gonNa run anywhere from fifty to eighty percent more and appear for him if you were going apples apple say an eight by eight five eight which is the most common size built for whatever reason we actually did a study on that in addition to that ongoing you're gonNA spend percents cheaper on installation or rural acquisition of a turnkey solution as well as forty two forty three percent savings on the energy if you want to save some money on your listen as well how much money for that let's go to John a cool bought commercial traditional system is gonNA cost more between forty and forty three percent more on the commercial compressor to power the cooling within that same space than you would have cool by and the reasons for that initially initially interested in it and throughout that winner I started learning more about it I started watching farming videos addison cool boxer microcontroller it's an intelligent device year conditioners cycling all the time and the limitation is you're not going to be able to freeze anything you'RE GONNA run down to thirty oh so it was end of the summer two thousand twelve I started kinda like watching documentaries on on us the three thirty four degrees but in any comparable and closure of the same size or cool to used it's always going to be a significant savings but like I said fifty eight walked you told me that you started about four years ago with a garden box in a trailer park in you're in a bad situation was it like then where were you looking at do and and that's licks and that's when I saw like fooding and the real dirt on farmer John You know and that's kind of what got me trying to you know just kind of put my foot in the water and see like is this really something I could do and all of it just seemed it all absolutely beautiful and romantic and exactly what not only what I wanted but what my wife wanted or what my girlfriend at the time wanted and you know we fourteen we were we still had two years left on our mortgage their of before we can even think about getting out of it and going someplace else so just we basically figured out like okay we gotta do something about it we didn't know what you got so going into like the spring of two thousand thirteen I put in another I put in a second garden that in my little trailer Park Yard and we were at two thousand three early on in the spring I started looking for like a CSI or something to to like to go buy a share in and so we spent we spent that whole That whole that whole summer you know every week starting from pretty much the first and then you had to work share option so I paid for full share not really from the produce a lot of it away painting a lot of it but be part of just so I could see how it was how it works I had no experience with it and I found say maybe twenty minutes drive from my house is while he was there he spent more time teaching me you know little extra things that he didn't need to spend time teach you know and that's what what real gene working you know going to do that CSI that was where I'm looking at the lands that he's farming on a lot quicker than you would have otherwise but it was definitely two thousand thirteen that I I got that that idea the thought this is a business maybe this is something I would want to do on my own for us it was definitely that that summer of two thousand thirteen last week I made sure I was there early and waiting at the gate when the farmer got to the farm and you know he had mentioned that food per square foot and this guy's wide rows and he's using plastic mulch I'm thinking like I do everything organically and you know beyond Oregon there's no problem if I got there early and got started with you know whatever needed to be done so he just kind of gives me the freedom to go and then I started getting an hour earlier name more of the go around and get everybody else's produce and that kind of took away some of the learning so I started getting there earlier and he told me the that in initially got my foot in the door with a local farmer that I then came back to many times for you know advice like goosebumps thinking about back at that time because that was back before I had a ton of work it was only a couple of hours of work a week that I had to do on that farm but I had the opportunity which you're not going to get that opportunity unless you put yourself out there and you show up early and you're ready to work hard and show whoever you're working for that you want to the happiest I was that summer was the hour to hour and a half before anybody else got to that far that was like I almost get like learn you can teach if you can show people that you're ready to learn they're going to be much more willing to teach you and you're GONNA learn a lot quicker and we'll get a lot more experience spiral and uh getting basket set up at the end of the rose just basically just doing whatever I could and so what he did for that was for a couple of garden beds in a trailer park and I had no savings no money you know just kinda living paycheck to paycheck trying to get out of hour and a half early and getting the trail tractor going getting that Alz- getting last week's overages dumped in the compost this beautiful professional looking farm that was all mine for an hour and a half and I I mean that just if anybody can get that I joined the full share work-share so I could be there every week picking and harvesting and and just kind of get a feel for it so you caught the bug you'll start learning from that farmer the You participated in the CSI with it will point did you start to think you know maybe I could do relation neither of US wanted to be there and so that was another driving force in the whole thing was having to get out of of this mess and trying to come he had about a fenced-in five Acre area that they were doing their CSA market garden on and I'm looking at it thinking okay my garden beds are producing way more nick and it was in two thousand thirteen when I started really getting the idea that like okay this I I that summer okay he's also selling it a couple of market so you know I have no idea what he makes there and and I just I didn't like at the time I didn't have any plan of like quitting my that with maybe the second week that it's nice you're here early so that and he taught me how to drive the tractor and you know then that I kind of be get you out of that situation that you didn't want to be in no not at all I did not get any of the business side of it all I all I had to go off of was what he charged for a four and a half share I kinda figured out like okay. He's Oh by the way that we should do at that time did you have a concept of what the business of farming was like you're volunteering your time on the farm and you're probably just seeing a lot of the production side did you get to learn a lot of the business side to really come up with a start learning about how you could formulate a plan to do this on your own really just watching every single video that was online that had them in it And so I found I found a video Jones was it was it was before that it was probably August two thousand thirteen I was watching a you know just the situation we were in it because we were both just dreadfully miserable where we were at and trailer park and and the roommates we had there was a a bad city got this roughly this money shares he's making this much a year and that's just on the CSA and that's all money he's getting up front you know and and then I'm thinking I hopped off my ass and that night I was putting putting ads on craigslist you know putting flyers out by next a- and and calls her business on our own land and he goes on to say that you know I it it her her her problem getting started that she was scared and afraid to do it and when she finally decided to take that step she started building moment and he wants artist thing to do in life but it's equally as hard to stop it or slow it down once you've gained it and I literally like that video I I mean I needed to do things that was what you know that was what Kinda Kinda opened the door to it and I realized I can you go with us if I if I want to and it wasn't until that fall was really set me off on it was lady who started a CSA on people's backyards and this was before I had heard of the term stint farming I didn't know that was a thing and he meant Salatin talking at the Mother News Fair Convention back on two thousand six or something and he was talking about like you know like wow okay it can happen we can you know we can do this because at that point your biggest you may be had the desire to raise plants and within I WANNA say like seven days I had three or four people from the immediate area call me or email comfort zone is very difficult but that's usually the only way you're going to be able to build momentum and and but then he says you know building momentum and maybe the era of success I was like okay I've made some money on this you know and and that was where when I when I ran the numbers and like started looking at like the amount of space okay as if I can find some property to do this on then I'll be good I'll be okay then I can figure it out there but at the time I had enough room we telling me you know telling me how how awesome this idea is they just can't wait to get on board you know and and just really excited scrolling through youtube watching typing in names like Joel Salatin and Mark Sheppard and just watching every video that came you know putting in Geoff Lawton and Bill Mollison and I hadn't even considered you know teaching anything because that takes me away from the farm so so that was the goal you know earlier finding a plot that worked for you yeah I actually I went and looked at a couple plots and I even just at one point like a after the first year it's completely natural for the human being to to keep the things around them comfortable and safe you know that's that's a normal behavior so to take yourself out of that I don't have any experience at the time I had no experience the livestock and and so it was that was my only option to become a farmer was to grow plan not so I kind of feeling a little disturbed after that like like I stopped I stopped getting calls after those first few days I kind of exhausted as I looked at the first two plots and both the houses yards we're filled with big mature black wall so that was to grow plants into farm but your biggest constraint was you didn't have the place to do it because you are limited in the trailer park in terms of the lot size that you had so was this world there's lots of people doing lots of good things that don't actually involve growing the food but for me the idea of arming was I'm not going to get to the point of us and and motivation just simply because like I'm being told by other people right down the street from me that they like this idea and they want me to do this and that was To to be a part of it you know and that was Kinda like I right away I was like in in you know had this huge rush of of success week I had the neighborhoods around me plastered with flyers and I was on multiple forums online on craigslist and uh owning a homestead and making money with the products I produce on my farm unless I start growing things and what I know how to do is grow plants shins how this lady started a CSA on on on other people's yards and then like five years has grown at to a two hundred and fifty shares css about twenty five miles and it's It was about twenty to depending on traffic twenty to thirty minutes from where I was living selling it you know I mean like I don't WanNa like cut down on all the people that are doing so much great work in the farming community and and in the farming and sustainable agriculture in Rochester Michigan it's it's a pretty affluent area millions I mean it's a nice part of town for sure it's north of Detroit by understood that building momentum in life is the hardest thing to do if you're stuck in a certain routine and you're used to life being a certain way you know it Auburn anything I just figure like you know I'm GonNa have to start this as keep it going as a hobby basically I'm just going to have to expand my hobby into something that ended a key then launched you to the next phase because you know you're you're not a farmer unless you are growing things is letting the garden it and he did have multiple freeze proof you know water hydrants at that location he had you know solid Ooh seen them and who actually cared that hadn't seen them and then what changed it was I got a call from a guy in electrical hookups down there because he was a union electrician slash hobby farmer gentleman farmer for years so he had the whole property hooked up with he he said Basically wanted me to come look at it and and was telling me that I've got you know I've got water and it caught my attention so I wasn't looked at it and sure enough he had a beautiful place location and you know had no problem with up to that plot to start farming officially for the first time what was the experience like taken a grass field But I have no doubt in my mind if I you know I wouldn't have been him I would have found someplace or some places to do what I wanted to do and in doing that my little garden beds I you know built raised wooden frames on top of the grass covered the grass and all that so it was all new to me and I he had an old tractor and had a two blade plow so what he did for me to help me out was really start paying some bills and if I did it to pay some bills and you know then I reached the first step that first level that I I if I go back and I had the knowledge I have now I I mean I can talk for hours about what I would like to do to that same plot but agricola water pretty much anywhere you went on the fifteen acres so it was a good a really good setup I know I got really lucky with it I regret not doing anything these anything to the soil besides covering a with a local horse manure just to acquire some sort of land too far in from all those flyers that you put out there in those ads people calling did you end up at the time and I thought it was kind of far away but he I talked on the phone with him for quite a while and the landowner was telling me that he lives there but he has fifteen acres and there's like seven or eight of it that's not being used for anything it's just grass that he mows and Taylor a few times in the fall this was like in the fall of two thousand thirteen and I broke up about six thousand square feet kind of like I couldn't find it anywhere more than you know less than like ten feet twenty feet from the drip line of you know the the black breath in converting it into a market garden well it was it I mean it was an experience I didn't I didn't have a whole lot of experience in the brand is called Baretto if anybody who's new to this and needs a really good rototiller that I mean if you've got to rent a Taylor that's the one to rent all together and I planned on using about four thousand for my garden knowing that you're breaking up the soil then in fall when I was younger and and I say younger because when I was twenty five I'm twenty eight now but at twenty four oh through with the two blade plow and he initially just roughly broke it up and then kind of smooth it out with the blade and I rented I paid you know time money knowledge experience I didn't have any of it so I pretty much just covered it and some of that because I don't know what I'm doing with this and I don't know how much food I'm going to be able to grow so like I had no you know it's very difficult without having in in northern climate Michigan winners common you're not going to be farming then would you do between that fall in when you're gonNA start growing in the spring well that they were really excited about that idea so you know if it wouldn't have been him it would have been somebody else or a group of other people and it still would happen one way or enough so hundred and forty dollars and I rented a big hits you know like the size and the power of a BCS but it's only function as the road until by the shares in that Sia say what was your initial plan in terms of where you're gonNA try and sell those CSI shares to my initial like my my real studying and learning learning and research of how I was going to like how I was actually going to start and ahead of time when you don't know what that Lens GonNa Produce I hadn't even had a soil types done yet so I didn't have any idea but it's it's a big south movie self-propelling powerful Tiller and it gets like ten inches deep and I went over that a farm for doing that for me for helping me grow up as quick as I did but Joel Salatin talk a lot about how he doesn't like farmers markets you're in left it there didn't put a fence up until spring but that that winner was when I started doing all of my would've worked out it would've worked out good for him no matter what just because of the effort I was putting for and that it was an interest in a lot of people's minds and a lot of people showed Travis Schuler farming became a mode of change because prior to farming Travis described his situation is hills farm they do a great job there they've been around for for many years they do a great like fall petting zoo and Halloween and fall harvest tearing the timer on that farm or work-sharing time onto that form I didn't at the time because I I really liked a lot of what I heard Joel Salatin Talk About Myself I knew if I overwhelmed myself I'd be scared away from farming and that's what I didn't want to happen I wanted to ease myself into it one little bit at a time so a lot of people run into at the beginning where who are my customers where are they and just because you decide on a model well that's one thing you gotta find people to hurt myself or stare myself away for did you have an idea of where you're going to try and sell your CSI to this is a big thing I think here's his his idea I guess I could say was I I looked at what what ten there at the farm had done it at all it was called upland it didn't scare myself away and and you know that was my biggest fear before going that whole winter before two thousand fourteen you know would she was when I was telling us that garden I have come I've grown a lifetime since then and it's you know thankful you know grateful for that they people just come to talk and people aren't really there to buy anything at the time I just kind of took it took his word for it and I was like okay well I'll just focus on CSA this first year that and that's what that's what you know from the from the beginning I had just planned on making at the first year just to see us a and and not trying to overwhelm fourteens growing season that whole winner was just filled with the fear of not being able to do this and work hard enough or I worked too hard a growing thing at that point did you have an idea of what your business model was GonNa was gonna be what's it gonna be just because that's what you had had experience with electricity back at the spot where you could guard and I felt like holy cow like this okay that's you know that kind of that kind our own more than a couple of couple garden beds a handful of crops it's very difficult trying to set up a a scale of business on limited land had all these people driving out into the country to get to them you know every every Saturday so my idea was but they have their their market guard and then there's CSI and something. I realized they were out in the country and they didn't do a drop off they had five foot wide 20-foot-long beds two foot pathways and and his model was that on four thousand square feet of bed. That book really really flourishes but it was because of those master charts where like I modeled my garden after John Jevons as you can grow an entire family or one person's entire diet if you grow compost crops you know to to feed the rest of the style but there's a major portion of the back of that book they have categorized as the master charts knowing that you really hadn't grown commercially professionally at that point was there some nervousness of I don't want to sell too much I don't want to it was in the book and it has its place in the world mainly low income poverty stricken areas where they don't have income or money I bought that book probably in December of two thousand and thirteen before I ever started marketing for the CS by like mid April and I had all my money how are you making the people in those areas aware of the was a website called and John Jevons book how to grow more fruits vegetables nuts berries That book I mean you can say whatever you want about the method or the pardon and you you build fertility while you do it so that was kind of what I modeled after but because of the five by twenty foot bed so at the end of the summer I didn't even have to have a social media or a website I could've done everything just from local harvest and I paid thirty dollars for the sponsorships say I hadn't made the website or anything I was researching all of that I bought that book and you know but at the end of the first season I had already realized like okay is double digging and then when anybody mentions double digging it seems to Kinda John Jevons and the grow bile intensive thing comes up I went with that and that allowed me to just use the master charts and sit there and on grid paper I still have these stack the I'm never going to double dig again and I'm you know there's a whole lot of stuff that I'm not going to repeat that I did this you're only because it was in the book I only did it because into market the CSA directly towards those little pockets and try to find people that are only driving you know five ten huge massive stack of grid paper where I you know drew page after page of all of my beds and the garden half the garden on one page one the local harvest that was what that was what I'm pretty sure I asked everybody and I think every single person said they found the local artist they've got ta you know and and and so they are they don't have income or tools or access to the right machinery or tools that they have time and that's what not getting anything I was hoping you'd as something like that because I really I I hear a lot of a lot of negative talk towards lurs and hosting and and that was it pretty much sold all my shares the winner for that initial essay how did you size it leads at most to get to their drop off point to get produce and I mean that worked that were flawless I I was sold out in my CSA over promise the essay motto itself De Risks Some of APP but at the same point in time you don't want to tell people you know sorry in Oh you're out of luck Ed page had them all marked out you know by the inch by the foot and had everything planned out by like see and that bumped my listing up to the top of the list and that was all I did I had I had thirty dollars marketing and maybe like fifty dollars be wary of how much food I could fit into the garden how much food I could fit into this space what my averages were what a good yield is what a low yield is it tells you I was just I just had an open the other day looking at those master charts because it's just an invaluable collection of information that their team has in a tremendous resource either even here we are you know four years later and three years later and I'm I'm still opening that book has been gathering and putting together for decades so you believe or say whatever you about any double digging or wall of that it tells you how much seed is going to be used per bad I mean they tell you how many plants you can send into a bad it's just love how did that first year ago running the farm yourself for the first time on your own in full production mode hard work gardening method but that book is priceless simply for the master charts in the back of it and it really did allow me to plan the entire garden out and scale it figure out how many shares did you use the five foot by twenty foot beds and do you still use that no I I have I have realized that I'm going to kill myself trying to stretch over five foot beds for the rest of my life so luckily with this new property I wish I would have provided more for my shareholders I do not I didn't feel at the time and I most certainly do not feel now that I gave them what I mean looking back on it it went great I mean it was hard then also looking back on it I wish I could have two farms that run CSA's since then and when they tell me what they charge for full share I'm just I they paid for as much produce as I should have for the money they've paid it was not Tsitsi Essay I've talked to I can't even believe how little some people charged for a full share and they're giving their shareholders more produce than I am that doesn't mean that me or the you were able to do some smaller beds so I've got like half the garden in thirty inch and half the garden twenty four and the crops grown will decide what they go in I I may have been this leading with a with a couple of terms that I at the time I didn't realize like it was a ton of apple trees on the property old growth apple trees that at that time it was two thousand and thirteen that was a bumper year crop it was crazy doc ease of picking right so that first year now you have the a planned looking those master charge you have the PSA shares soul not realizing how to replace it quickly enough You know I I was growing an enormous variety of stuff most of which had getting from my boxes every week they weren't having to go down to the farmers market and it was somebody right in their own neighborhood that they met we are doing something wrong and in that I mean it's just if they're able to provide that and they're still making money and I really hope they are I have a hard time I have a hard time people were happy and some people shared their their you know unhappiness with me on a couple of different occasions we can talk about that well yeah let's you know I guess at the same time as even though like you could go to the farmers market and buy for forty dollars probably by a little bit more produce than you were Araya of heirloom fruits vegetables and herbs I mentioned that there's greats and apples on the property and there there were it you over promise like with what was going to be in the CSI No I didn't I don't think I over promised I don't think I over talked it never grown before I had no experience growing in a lot of it I mean I never started from seed so much of it I never started she'd so it just yeah apple's ever ever came I told people about the big grape arbor's and and that year every great before it right then shriveled up and a little brown weekly basis that was you know that that it was a news starting farm that they were helping get started and I mean they not all APPS share was an every other week drop off where you came every other week pickup your boss says about thirty seven fifty ish for a full share per week there were forty five varieties that went into the ground and we're started in the greenhouse not all forty five varieties made it to the best ooh still excited about the idea farming at that point yes and no I had I had definitely there was one incident I was experiencing pests pets damage really for the first time cabbage worms and cut worms I was experiencing crop loss early on with our circle back to that but why you said you didn't feel like you provide enough value why was that where you have issues with production in the field was at the end of that year running that CSA having those struggles in the feel did you make money at the end of the day and were you people were going to not realize what I was saying I mean you know we'll like I mentioned in that that I have forty five different with one shareholder on the last week of the year and we can talk about that that was really what you know I just listened to you this morning talking about LCS's share it was six hundred full and a half was like three twenty five over how many weeks is that sixteen okay on the fifteenth shares down to tension that would have have made me a lot more comfortable with the amount of produce my shareholders get it's like wouldn't you know it the next year there was like one apple on one tree it was just a and here I did tell people about the apples and know at a lot of failures and a lot of issues along the way which is you know kind of what you're going to stock but IF I could change one thing it would have been to take it for living they are making a whole lot of money with the say it may just be a way to kind of like you kind of get like an interest free loan at the beginning of the year in one sense who are you charging for your any time I was I was getting getting right back into thinking about next what can we do for next year Mer at I mean it shattered it shattered my psyche you know I was just I was messed up for a little while after that and yes she yeah I mean the apple trees were completely filled with apples all over the property I thought this was amazing even if I can't grow anything they'll get tons of apples you know and and raisin you know and I didn't get a single great I didn't taste the grapes off the arbor until the second year so you know there was there was a lot of issues really she really cut me deep and she was trying to and she definitely succeeded well knowing that so that's at the end of the season did you still have tenure on the land ah were you still based on the experience from the two thousand thirteen season saying yeah this is what I wanna do let's start looking forward Oh yeah I didn't I didn't working on the farm building the tiny home and going into Detroit everyday for work and it was around that time that I asked you I was thinking about going elsewhere and he he talked to me a few times and mentioned he wants he liked the idea of me staying but let me we started you know we found a big trailer and started construction of our tiny home that we were planning on moving up north because we have it did not have any clan of not doing it and and if anything the land owner head even Egged me on wanting me to stay not looking at your comments on your youtube or on your youtube page and not getting involved with any of that and I totally get it because I had one unhappy cost we had thrown everything in because we were coming up to the end of our mortgage in November so we were looking at throwing everything in live here on Sunday and he he went for it so that was Kinda like the end of the season the money on it it's bad mistake but a good learning cheering nonetheless but so so coming into the end of that first season I was pulling our little trailer back to my roommate for a tiny amount of money and moving into our tiny home before that New Year you know and and that was a total lifestyle change that we were not I mean it was it was a rough a rough transition because we were trying to finish the hall the tiny home and move in that's the one thing we didn't touch on I mean this whole time you were doing this you had a fulltime job run to put in a little bit of infrastructure on the farm but then also build a tiny home on wheels so that was something we started midsummer then pose the question what if we stay that water electricity already down there right next to where I'm building what if we paid you monthly and we just let me rewind just a little bit I forgot to mention that at the beginning of the season the whole goal of the essay was to get enough money for gauge in August so it was just so much going on and I mean I was ready to take a good long break but I didn't get that break until January what little bit of money we had we bought a little acre of land with without really thinking about doing a whole lot of research that blew up we had the salad eventually lost a lot I'd say it was financially it was feasible to scale it to the point of the Dean Financially Essay Drop Offs and then where I was working and that was subject to change at any time you know I did moved all over the place working all over town where I had to leave at like five in the morning in order to beat Metro Detroit traffic going south and into the city you know so come fall a midsummer it it was Kinda like I'd probably be there there was probably two to three days had host the ideas of the land owner gave me permission to build it on his property and you know with the idea that we were going to move it but working as a general contractor and it was a far drive like you were driving what an hour and a half each way or is that round trip to work depending on where I've met you know so if you don't count Labor that you probably didn't pay yourself or on the farm that first year would you say it was financially viable are your that first year how many hours do you think your spending on the farm that per week it really I mean spring was a ton but Gov and know that okay I'm onto something something's going to be possible here I hadn't convinced myself that we could do this and later on that season when we did move into the tiny home but that was I mean we had three major things going on that summer all at one time there was a lot of burn out at the end of the year and we had gotten in is out of the week that I wasn't that I that I didn't go to the farm at all you know it'd be just based off of you know I happen to be working on the other side of town that day and I'm not driving anybody out there if you have the freedom and you don't know until you talk to your boss find out if you can just come in early and get your work done earlier and leave earlier and just stick all of the now I don't have any business background I don't have any farming background so it was all new it was all stuff I had to learn going there was the one drive I mean it was seventy miles one way and that was over an hour and a half I hit you know any data traffic I got to the point could potentially do this and what we learned was that we could actually do this and it was last year that you know we started making a good amount of money financially until last year but that doesn't mean like I wasn't still willing to continue to try year after year until I figured it all the way past past my house all the way to the farm and then all the way back so I would planet you know my week was planned around you know two I mean the and I knew like I went into it and not expecting to make a profit you know like they put I also didn't invest hardly any money into it and that also had a big role to play aw it will point then did go from a means to an end to barely getting by on the farm to where you really saw it start to take an experiment a research of ten we do this can we live in a tiny home and farm and work our asses off and make it get there really early get my work done and then leave early and that's Kinda got into that habit and I've been sick and with that habit ever since that's a good way to go eight more money and it would have been easier to jump in with that being an income early but for me that wasn't supposed to be an income early it was supposed to be very little money doing it and live you know below our means can we do it you know and that was the whole the whole experiment from the beginning was just to see if we can money and I'm not talking crazy money but if you had ten thousand dollars in that you could have put into the farm knowing what you know now where would you have put it knowing where you didn't market and we started building a customer base and that's when I started started realizing the potential in this that okay you know if we can do this with a single you know thinking back on it it probably would have been direct cedars and would have been Greens harvesters and Wednesday fabrics probably would have been and back then in two thousand and fourteen ten thousand dollars would have been crazy money to be putting into my far had it I mean you know we're going back to a time when I didn't have a ton of experience doing what we were doing so at that time I'm I'm glad I didn't ah the BS that is the morning and afternoon to you in any metro area that's been the bane of my existence for my entire career food the markets there to sell it on and and we are sought after commodity there is way more demand than there is supply when it comes to small local reduce the amount of time it took me to grow food than I could have grown more food and Saul Marin made more and all the way down the loan well no you also ten by ten ten on our second year trying to sell prudence of that particular market then we should be fi- I mean as long as we can grow the food it'd be not making profit if I would have invested more money and a little bit more time in the marketing and finding customers I could've grown more sold more I'm rich markets that that one bad experience was all I needed to to for the Times at the time I said well I'm never going to do in by this stuff and and you know those resolves don't tend to come to everybody that spends money on farming equipment but if I if I essay gap because of that one bad experience but here now we are going into a new farm where like I've got all this new art with regard to having more capital of front and initial investment where do you think you would have been better off putting money in upfront if he had the oh absolutely wonderful wasn't you know Joel Salatin just doesn't know what he's talking about when it comes to some Michigan farmers market that he and the increasing harvest into the winner and increasing the amount of profit I make off the same robbery how's the farmers market experience been for you have ten thousand dollars to spend I mean spend a bunch of stuff that I wouldn't be using today I would have blown a lot of it on on crappy ideas that I was sold on because and and I mean granted I have more money now because I've got you know I moved up in my company and I'm making more money at work but it it still I mean it's really difficult I'm just I'm basically scraping by as the spring goes along waiting for those first couple of weeks at market so I can start love doing anyway I already love talking about the garden in about food and about sustainable ad I love talking about it and it turns out everybody at the farmer's market anybody some money back and you know it's just I I've I've managed to get everything pretty much everything I wanted to buy this spring to make spring and farming a professional mall and professional we block and maybe you know your system that probably would have been a big plus coming into my stand anyway turns out to be that kind of person to and you know it's just it's it's an absolutely wonderful experience being able to infrastructure that needs to be built all this stuff that needs to be bought and things that need to be paid for and I'm doing all of that this time around just with my own money ah instead of it's a wonderful experience like if somebody doesn't want my food doesn't like what I'm talking when I'm telling them that happens everyday people step in and see the the farming magazine or an online you know or or a video on youtube or somebody claiming to have amazing results with this thing you just gotta go marketing the banners they say what is they see it and they obviously know well this is something different than everybody else here so they come in and they say what in the summer easier and that will allow me to make more money the first half of summer that money I make in the first half of summer can be spent on caterpillar tunnels and road covers you know and yeah well okay maybe maybe another time and I never see him again and and that's okay but that's the wonderful thing about the farmers market is this I'm GonNa do a couple of drop off and I'm GonNa do them in busy you know busy popular affluent areas and then I'm going her went because you know at the end of the day one person saying they don't like farmers markets in general does not mean that anybody else is not going to be able to just do phenom- farmers market for me there's a thick lines are on where the farmers market attracts in general I end up with happy customers because people aren't buying go down there once a week and I flip that switch and I turn on and I don't shut off until I get back you know and and and talk to people about my food and I didn't realize like Oh so when I go to the farmers market I get to talk to people about my food which is what family at and it turns out that I do really well at the farmers market I didn't know that I had this uncanny gift of Gab that I could see you know somebody came and doesn't like you they only spent a few bucks and don't like you they may not have spent any money at all instead of that person that turns out to not like you what is this I mean I get that question all the time this what is this and I turn people away I started talking to them about it and some people don't like some people turn around had experience with the CSI the first year you mentioned selling at farmers market farmers markets later on the genitive just dissolving the PSA switched just gave you three hundred thirty dollars and you know it's not happy with what they're getting by so that's kind of where where the CSA and the I mean when I'm on on on and on communicating and talking the entire time trying to get to know all of my customers and you know unless they're that certain kind of person that fits into the niche that I'm marketing towards it has that been really which helped show you that there's a path to the future here is the success you've had at farmers markets oh I mean it's not I I had I had absolutely terrible successively first farmers market four when you're trying to assess a farmer's market to determine if it's going to be a good one or not so good the location I mean that's and they completely crush the market because they've got you know dollar Bundles Kale and dollar heads Broccoli and big baskets tomato for they don't want that he you know and that's where I come is I me and my wife are a saving grace for a lot of people because again I would not sell the Jackson Michigan Farmers Market I would make no money nobody wants to buy inexpensive up and then the second week I made twenty dollars and that was in before gas I mean we brought all of our food up there or maybe we sold forty and You know it was it was pretty bad but I only I only did one bad week like that I had that second week at that market from that point on bundle of Kale or an extensive salad mix and Jackson but there are going to be farmers there but those farmers are going to be a huge huge farmers they've got lots of money auction where there's big distributors distributors there that are buying up truckload semi loads at auction of produce and then distributing into the route dollars it was twenty a piece me and my wife each took twenty dollars you know in my twenty dollars went into my tank and probably didn't even cover the gas to get all the way up there made it possible for me to make that jump at the end of the season and buy this property haven't seen if different farmers markets and work them would you to be able to live off of the happy with that I was I may have thought differently about what I was going to do with the far but but my success last year got a couple of employees along the way great it needs to be smaller and more personal and and as long as the economy doesn't take too much I should that's GonNa be huge you know the area that it's in how how how how fluent of an area is because my you know at at two thirty three am on Thursday morning you can drive the eastern market like as like another farmer and go and do the produce always have that market they're kinda go after because there's a lot of intelligent consumers that see the big farm and the dollar Bundles Kale and they're scared away from me Straw and the the grocery stores in the area well those same people that and have the quantity this so that the food distributors are also got boost setup at market I said no I'm not GonNa do any market that isn't making enough money to be happy and that was Kinda last year was my my tester I didn't do good last year but I didn't make enough money hi Griz workers everything's mechanized and they're pumping out you know they're they're sending here in the Metro Detroit we have the eastern market troy that's where like the is if you're going to sell at it you're going to sell it markets and you know like like basically like the town I moved to the city Jacksonville all they see are the big far on and they don't see the little hole so which makes it easier to sell I think you were telling me before we chatted to now you're at a point where you can't meet the demand that you have oh no it's it's if I had if I had the ability bucks and and I can't compete with that at all so you know and I don't even really want to I want to stay smaller I wanted to be a small family run operation if we need to grow twice as much I on twice as much stays I would do it but I just you know everything I'm able to do with he is aware that we want to start phasing out because I've got this dream to do this this farm and he's not GonNa give me a hard time about it he probably having my you know my father's company that I'm still working for the that I'm trying to keep things going in it's you know I'm not the point yet where I can I can tell my dad that I'm going to quit I'm gonNA leave him hanging I'm not GonNa do that yet it's small family company the thought of it I guess I mean at this point are you happy with how quick the farm has progressed or house slow the farm has progressed Johnson situation to have to be in you know to to leave your company that taught you everything you know you know for for hang and some of the tools that would have gone into making my life so much easier you know but I didn't and and oh well I've learned from it but if I had she she could have done that same thing you know but but here we are well it's it's family members also worked for the company I mean it's me and my brother and my dad and my uncle are the main workforce in the business and you know it's it's take to throw it all into this little garden to try to make a living on a little piece of land you know it's it's definitely definitely a scary thing to be doing but it's up to a Lotta people about it I say you know if only I had pulled my head out of my but three years ago and just spent some frigging money on you know org just maybe figure out a way to move a little bit slower and learn some of the experiences and some of the lessons along the way when you might learn a lot of people are trying to do this over the course of a season in your your four years how and your you still have the other job and you're still doing this they don't they they were farmers they stopped doing it you got a job in the city he moved back to the city and it's like rather than the failure I'll just move a little bit season have like one season to make everything happen and they invest all this money into it I wish they had the opportunity to move a little bit slower or once we start having I mean that's just the time in your life to do it so why not move a little slower in these things and be able to enjoy your one chance at the the first couple years of marriage without kids and with out running to this you know like why run both businesses business and and all of that that all of this that I've been witnessing for for the last eleven years could could really be reduced well sounds like it works for you I mean don't get me wrong I don't like driving seventy miles in Detroit line with I don't have I wouldn't say like I'm either terribly happy with it or terribly I always talk to people and I offices and in therapy rooms trying to work around the sick and the dying I I mean I've spent the last eleven years working full-time it's a difficult thing when if you were to walk away would throw a wrench in everything you can't do that yet and that person sacrifice able to go on vacation so we're not going to be able to ever do this again once you start having children you know we'll never be able to experience vacation likely code in our late twenties and four on feeling pain in my elbows from years of doing this so I'm realizing now that like yeah it's not a matter of ad would I have had too much produce that I started neglecting my dad's business you know and then what kind of outcome does that have on his life and my other a decade practically teaching you from the time you were a little kid how to do what he does you know so it's just I'm too family oriented in community base V that kind of person to walk away from it completely but I also like I feel bad for the people that have to start it all in one all around on Birdie nursing home floors I'm a hands and knees you know working in in people's you're happy with a lifestyle that you have it's not like you're trying to run away from a job that you don't like the balance between the Jew or doing both in parallel burned out the on the point of the come back from and you say well farming's not for me I've heard that a lot I've heard that a lot on a lot of podcasts people saying that they were in nursing homes almost exclusively so you you see a Lotta daft you see a lot of misery a lot of hopelessness a lot of sad you know I'm comfortable doing both of them it's a matter of my body will physically not be able to do construction the rest of my life and if I don't do something I the addition of community you know and the building of community and I just I can't think of any other way to do that any better way to do that then starts be to sustain you in the long term by just working it up on a part time basis absolutely there's no question in my mind contracting will kill me you know it's GonNa kill me eventually if it's not physically leave you know hurting myself on the job and it's going to be breathing in the fumes and the toxic I don't know maybe maybe it's because I grew up working like labor and I grew up working hard but I beauty which we wouldn't be able to do that if we threw everything in you know and had to go in this full speed ahead we're at a time in our life and we're or cancer or an autoimmune disease and they're my the rest I shot because I didn't make the choice try to start phasing myself hello going out to eat we like going up north you know in in northern Michigan up we like going on adventures and Sheen natures not enjoy driving all the way into work and doing something that is not natural for the human body to be doing you know running a Jackhammer that's not natural for your elbows to be taking that kind of shock and now at this point in my life I'm dealing with you know numbness in my hands when I'm working in the garden trying to rake and firemen or increase the number of small farmers in your community to increase you know the the community helping each other out and you know it's just I side that's their side hustle what are some things that's made it successful for you to do that in terms of either a productivity standpoint aid right now at the same time when we're trying to have a good a good start door out of good happy beginning to are the rest of our lives and I guess it comes down to I mean you're lower it's okay you don't have to you know that can be some of the fun twos is being able to have fun along the way you know me and my I don't I don't see I don't see the like I see farmers putting in these incredibly long days and yeah I have them if we don't get anything better than we got last year she'll still be able to make more money than she's making you know at at her job now what are your thoughts on Jack that I'm going to be taking in and getting on my skin every day and eventually that's going to you know reveal itself as a team or do this successfully just having less total time on the farm you know like I hear a lot of people say don't grow too many and what is your body is dealing with that we or that day that's for me like that's I need to get out of it because literally generally do this don't do this standpoint crop planning standpoint like yeah I only grow these because at the time I have what's allowed you to arm the summer because I mean even if we don't get any better profit than we did last year which I know we will this year but if we had lesson when you throw it all in and now like I talked about earlier than you get scared away you know so you throw it all in much bigger chance you get you're still working every day you still got something to do around the farm but Y- I mean there's always something to do around the farm and it's never the worst never over that's never going to happen but it it just I I don't know I think because people throw everything into the basket and they have to oil so they've got everything they need but still soil composition has a lot to play in that an the factors that go into it so you know I find that now and I don't and not to say farming's easy but as these when you run your own foreign you have the freedom and the ability to choose to do different tasks depending on have to bust your butt like a dog to be able to make it happen all on the spot when you throw in every every egg into it but I think that but then I also don't get stuck in contracting because I put too many aged the foreign basket and that didn't work now I'm stuck scared away tail between have them all spring but a lot of people what I don't hear people talking about is how it Kinda does slow down quite a bit on summer hits you know and I mean yeah listen if somebody's in your position they're working job full-time they're trying to seriously grow in scale a farm on the starting slowly and it and it being a side income and a side hustle but you don't have to I don't know I mean that's the that's the Nice thing about he's you haven't had the time to work out the you know little micro differences between crops that make it make or break results across all of his yards I do not see that I see big differences in the plants that will grow healthy by themselves you know grow healthy I hi take soil samples and correct the deficiencies in the soil. I add nutrients that undefeated on all organic raw and then minutes I- mineralized onions do really good in the soil. I don't know why but onions do really good it's like carrots each turnups those do not do very good I feel this common like there's this common you know human condition where it's Oh shoes what works for me I found this I would say you know get hit literature that has the like I mean I don't WanNa be clog for John Jevons Book only I'm sure there's other boats out there that have charts and I'm like that but if you're starting out you cannot beat John Jevons girl thing that works for me this works really good that means that anybody else doing anything else is doing things wrong because I'm obviously so many little things you know don't don't just do somebody else's garden stuff don't just go with what somebody else said to do because it worked for them

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"A Tale of Two Chucks"

The Tony Kornheiser Show

1:10:14 hr | 2 weeks ago

"A Tale of Two Chucks"

"Previously on the tony kornheiser show. I gotta tell you before. We talk about the masters in dustin johnson. All time greatest. Tony show shoutout. I've ever had in all the years we've been doing. This together was an augusta last week. Obviously for the masters was out doing something picking up some food and then coming back. I'm not kidding. Walking to my car guy turns around. Looks at me says my name and says this is general george washington and you're listening to the tony kornheiser show already ended his turn cold in washington dc. When i walked chessy this morning before the sun came up. Probably about thirty. Three thirty four degrees. I wore a heavy night. Didn't where the lillehammer jack. Oh we're not there yet. But i wore a heavier jacket than i normally would wear and had a fleece thing. We don't get dassler our favorite question of you. What number did you see in your car. I didn't turn my car on right. So i don't try to use the steering wheel house at those are great. I mean you know once you start. You can't go back. Yeah tremendous artist. Few personal things to clear up before we actually begin the show first of all once again. I'm going to mention Tom callahan's wonderful wonderful book. That i'm now halfway through still waiting for you to finish and as my wife said to me yesterday. This is the first book you've written about twenty years right. I said at least twenty at least twenty. It's a really like it. It's called god's at play by tom. Callahan it's all the stuff he did when he was a sports writer. I recommend it to. Where are you reading in the house. I sit down on the chair right over your left shoulder. That's jesse's chair. Well she gets out. When i sit in it and sometimes she sits in it with me but then it's you know it's uncomfortable for her so she leaves which is good. Excuse me for coughing. Have water here. I should open it on a personal level john turnbull. Send me a very nice tribute to jack. Vardaman to the tune of thanks for the memories. Which is the bob. Hope if anybody remembers. Bob hope bob hope always closed with. Thanks for the memories. Thank you john for that. He is a longtime little daily. Pti consumer and ninety eight. Hoyer classmate of chris cillizza. So thank you for that. And from john. Craig in albany a very long and heartfelt and moving email about him and his dad in the masters on to read it on the air. 'cause it's awfully personal but i'm very grateful that john wrote this to me and shared all stuff about his dad just very very nice Maybe maybe down the road. I'll read it if i have permission from john. It's moving. it's very very nice on a sports level. I just saw. it's just. The story is too good to not lead with and it is cody. Bellinger needed surgery to repair his shoulder which he injured after hitting a home. Run and doing those celebrating. The celebrate tori jumps in the air hitting the smashing shoulders with with his teammates. And stuff like that. I think it was with ki ki k hernandez goes back in the field. Right and he goes. Oh miles in miami miami tap and yeah and then and then he had to leave and so now he had to have. He's an mvp and he had to have shoulder surgery. You know cause of accident stupidity. That's that's all you could say stupidity. I missed the glassy. Eyed means of cody bellinger from october. He's he always sort of. Looks like sean. What's his name. The actor the actor. Coli sean penn as a young guy like a little bit like sean penn's even more stone cousin is bellenger. Looks like when you watch him. When he's got the headband. On will zimet here to will. Smith's so that's a good story. Theo epstein has is leaving now the cubs. Theo epstein's going to the hall of fame. The red sox hadn't won in eighty six years and the cubs haven't won in one hundred and eight years and the tie between the two teams is one guy theo epstein one guy who started out. If i'm not mistaken started out with larry lucchino and the orioles he. This is all he wanted to do was do baseball. And lucchino said i think he said go to law school. Just go to law school. It's important to law school. And so he went to law school someplace. Not he'd like. He's a yale grad. It was not. It was not on that level because he went to law school so he could be closer to a baseball team that he was working for. I don't know. Theo epstein wilpon of course does and we'll bond set to me. Oh yeah he told me spring training. He was leaving so really. Why didn't you share that news with anybody. You know so anyone. I wanted me to certain cub. Might be coming to dc. I don't know there was news. Today i did see on. Espn that there's talks to try and trade russell westbrook for john wall which would be an enormous win for the wizards enormous russell. Westbrook is so much better player than john wall and not injured nearly as much just so much. Better and money is the same. I don't really understand. I mean i know westbrook wants to get out. I don't really understand why houston would make that deal. They'd have to get more than john wall. Wouldn't you think that that like saves this franchise that game six. I understand that against right game six. So i wanted to tell this one little story. I don't know how much i have shared with people over the last few months about my clothing circumstance far too much. Actually what have i said basically fact that you have a set box. I got a box of jackets upstairs. And i use the same shirts day after day after he got discount. Code for those shirts yeah o. Shirts the rotate. and so. here's here's the way. I felt once we started doing the show. Not in the studio and i didn't really have to dress nicely for the show and i decided i'd wear shirts and ties but i was not going to wear my good stuff. Which is david donahue the stuff that i like the most and that's as close as shirts i've been wearing for dressing years. Yeah and. I don't have to wear jackets and i don't have to wear pants at all if i don't want to send i'm wearing the same chino's basically every single day you can't see them. It doesn't matter. And i got in a rotation with these button down shirts that i had from johnny. Oh michael and i have gone back and forth about this. I've said today make any solid colors and you've said no more sport shirts. Yeah they're sport shirts. They're not really meant for television to be fair. They're not meant for television. And i decided stubbornly that i was just going to wear these and i've got about six or seven of them and i wear them them. I wear them again in no particular order. It's not like on monday. It's not that anal retentive. But i wear them one by one by one by one until we're done and then we wear them again. You know. that's just what i've been doing so a couple of weeks ago. I just i. I almost went stark raving mad about this. And i just said i gotta i gotta get a solid color shirt. I i have all print shirts. Even the socialites said to me why do only wear print shirts are defined tie for that. Yeah and i have these ties in it. Sometimes it works. Sometimes it doesn't sometimes it's just a mishmash and it's you know when i said i've gotta get and michael you know that i've been looking for solid say most days on you look like you're inbetween going out for fraternity rush kantor celebrating your nineteen th birthday. Yeah and inserts her perfectly nice wearable but you know. I started to go nuts. So i called. I texted alley mercer alley woman. Who works for david donahue and who has been my contact david donahue for a while and she gets me shirts and she sends me things and sends them in matches them with ties. And she's really good. She knows what she's doing. And i have worn all of these things all the time. And i said alley show but if you're watching the show at some point you probably said to yourself my god. He keeps wearing the same things over and over and over. And i explained our why i was wearing the shirts and why i was wearing the jackets and i went through this and i said do you by any chance by any chance because i don't want to go to the laundry anymore. I haven't been to the laundry in seven months. Everything has to be sort of wash and wear for me now. Do you by any chance. Seventy solid color shirts button. Downs or not button. Downs just solid color. That are washable and wearable. 'cause i'm not laundering. Anything and she wrote me back and she says we do we. We actually have a couple of fabrics that we never had. Before and one of the fabrics is almost identical to the johnny. Oh sport what's the sport for prevalence performance. It's almost identical to. That feels the same way. And one of them is a sort of a rougher material almost feels like a golf shirt broadcloth. Yeah feels like a golf shirt. And she said these are all washable and wearable and solid colors. And i said well could. You could send me a couple. Could you send me a blue and white. Maybe because it's been so long. Since i wore solid career on a limb luna white yeah balloon white and i and i said and i've lost a little bit away Maybe you wanna send me like a smaller. Next fifteen and a half. Maybe wanna send me a smaller next size. And allie wrote back. She said. I'll send you the super trim and i said alley. I'm not a super chairman. She said we just call it super trim. It's just regular trim. It's it's okay. You'll probably probably be good for you so two days later. There's a box on on the porch. And i opened it up as four shirts. It's not to it's four shirts. it's a blue. A regular blew a sort of a lighter. Grayish blue and two whites and i have in the last two days worn one blue and one white and i will continue to wear these and and it's like christmas for me. I mean i'm fine. I'm wearing something a little bit different. It makes me so happy. And so i wrote her and i thanked her and i told her how great this was. And i said you know. Just thank you so very very much for this. So i'm happy coincidence that these new shirts sync up with the vaccine news up to ninety five percent. I don't know but but end is near for you. You like it out but as you as you pointed out before when somebody has ninety five percent the other person who had ninety who just pull that number out of thin air because it sounded like a pretty good unbelievable number is now saying there's vaccine ninety six percent test our. Yeah it's like it's like an auction. It's basically like an auction so so if you watch the pti show and you're and you're the socialite for the first time in months you might think to yourself. Well look at that. He's got a solid colored shirt on. How did he get that where his time ever. Yeah so it's a small story. It's not a very good story either. But it's an etiquette question. So i'm now in a online cycling community and this could you peleton now i wasn't going to drop the name sort of kelleher. Does to kill her pella. Maybe i can go. So there's this weird thing where you can. Hi fi people say these classes at cody bellinger. Well watch when and your shoulder into class was live and then they sort of lives forever on demand but if you go in at the same time as somebody else say across the table it'll show you the leaderboard and so the other day. Somebody's watching we're watching each other's progress ended about you and liz. This is no. This is a writer. I don't know either in los angeles. This rider mail in his forties. High-fives fives me. With thirty seconds. Left where he is mathematically figured out i cannot pass him so of the nine people in this ride and i've been staring at him for the last twenty. You turn to gun him. Dad just wanted to take him out right. Hi fis me. I had to high five and back right. I don't know the etiquette tries to figure out. Let you go to hi fi. He's it's taunt isn't it. I mean he's saying you don't the tk salute that's there were lesser writers. That halfway through the ride were high. Fiving me because i was lifting them up. And i just i was preening as i saw their high. Fives coming up on the screen. They also let you ride with a hashtag so it could be like you know boy mom for liz. Because she's got two little boys. I ride for wine. So i don't know i don't know what you're supposed to put it into this subaru owner. So is pretty pretty clear that it's me. I and i wish story. Because i know she rides and i know she knows all these little rules some searching what sort of hashtags are i find a writer based in the two zero one five with the ryder name. Luxury really wow. That's i've probably driven by this guy's house right to do next. Challenge him to a road race. You sit in your house and do this though right. So do you remember the commercial whereas like the captive wife and the beginning is everyone tries to find the most beautiful panoramic view to put this. We put ours in the back corner of a low ceiling. Dc semi-detached basement when the guys dropped it off. They said to be sure. This is where we want to put it. Because it's because you could if you sat up straight you hit your head you can sit up but want view you want to be able to look out onto wilderness or why and well. Can't you put a view in. i think it's i think it's lightning for people. Trying get to try and work out as quickly as possible. Couldn't you put in like a picture. Dowd be super sad cubicle. Yeah couldn't you look like all the people at espn now with the you know with the little shelving unit and the football. They won when the aspirin could finally get that. I don't have etiquette mansion. Yeah i don't have any of them. What are you writing. Every day you think wanted to paint a mural for it and i mean do you like deride every day now yeah. I'm doing two days. That's great liz rides every day. She doesn't yeah she's getting up there boosting. I'm competitive you. Strap buzi and yet i know but every night when we were talking to me and he goes but he's like i can't have do my and he has a little bit of elizabeth just because i have to do my exercise after reid. Does he ride dodi yet. He should rides dangerous well. It's the worst thing you can do is fall off. That's a pretty high fall for a little kid. We just put some cushions under him. All right we'll take a break. We'll do we have chuck colpepper when we return. Yes chuck colpepper. 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Get a free month's don't be stupid. Use the code. You're listening to the tony kornheiser show. This is to us by timothy kingston in peterborough ontario. His group is called north of summer. A new tune it's called feast of spies and he says we should sing along stamp. Your feet just be you. Don't blow out another pair of shoes in the process. Well how can. I sing along if i've not. I don't know the song. I can only sing along the beach boys songs pretty much in my life not is under songs. But it's north of summer and the song is called feast of spies. Actually it's nice. Sounds a little like she's the one you're still the one you're still the one. Is that song. I'm thinking of you still the one. I would sing along. It does have some jersey shore to it. Yeah i would sing along if somebody could just sort of. Send me the lyrics but anyway okay. Chuck colpepper joins us now and normally we would talk to chuck about the most recently concluded masters because that would be something he would have covered for the washington post but because it was in november and he covers college football for the washington post. He was not at the masters so just as an introductory question. I would just ask you. Is there any particular take. I'm sure you tried to watch some of it when you could. Was there any particular takeaway from the masters that that you you were impressed by. I get old kind of bent out of shape when i think a player's number of major titles doesn't match up with his caliber. You know when. It's when. And i think dustin johnson has a multi like multiple major titles caliber throws always kind of waiting for for him to to add another one too that twenty sixteen. Us open which was won under very hard circumstances by the way. So i think you know the fact that it was so emphatic is. There's a justice in there that i like. That's just me so. I mentioned this the other day. There are only three active tour players. Just three that have won the us open and the masters which to my way of thinking. Chuck would be if you ask an american player. If you could only win two which would be. I would think everybody would say the masters and i think they would say the. Us open a european player would say the british open. And i get that and the masters. That's what they would say. But there's only three. There's only speak dustin johnson and tiger. That is a hard double. That's is it not. That's a hard double obviously. Well those two are always the answer. One of those two is always the answer that question you know. Which one were you pretending to win when you were a child. The in on the course so. I think i'm kind of surprised. It's only three remember that staff before now and Started you know going through the players who could have done it. Of course mcelroy lacking only the master's and when you think of beef lasts only the the pga. So yeah right and phil phil never got the open. He'll never got the open. You know bring books kept. It doesn't have it with multiples. there's a lot of guys with multiples that don't that's not to now. They're on hell. Cabrera has it. But he's not an active tour player anymore. Right there's only three on the like of out of one hundred hundred fifty people active tour players only three right now so anyway anyway so let me get let me get to the subject at hand which is every single day more more games canceled more college. Football games or cancelled. Nfl games aren't canceled college. Football games are cancelled or postponed. Or whatever the rule of that conference is no conference so far is immune from this. Am i right. Do you have a degree of explanations as to why this is a no but we think sometimes about things such as say halloween right after halloween. You know we've had what in the three weeks since. Halloween was it. Ten games november seven fifteen november fourteen. And i think it's up to seven now. Although i should check it every ten minutes you know. But since halloween. It's gone amok since halloween so i that's not a very scientific answer. I don't think but you know. I've i've been roaming around this fall To a troubling degree sometimes. And i've been to nine college towns and sometimes you just see things or you got. Whoa you know near the stadium in alabama was trying to get to the parking garage. And here's these two yards. Just full of people know masks and or very few and things that you don't normally see anymore you know and and suddenly suddenly here they are. it's very. It's jarring the way we've had to live this year and then to just see these things. You know at georgia full bar. They were all outdoors but there in athens. Looks like a regular twenty nineteen time. And you know you do kinda wonder when you see these things. There are all the conferences much like the federal government. Which is you know. Do what you want at this point and has no coherent national policy in college football unlike the nba. Unlike the nhl there is no coherent policy in college. So the conferences handle it themselves and sometimes inside the conferences. Cities put limits in debt are different than the conference. limits in. Your city of berkley is not the pac twelve is doing universally in your opinion. Is anyone conference handling this best. And i don't mean the coronavirus. I mean the sort of way of coping with what appears to be a necessary postponements and cancellations. I don't think i could choose one. That was ahead in that in that rating. And i think one thing is you know even if you look at the way the whole thing has gone for the big ten where you know. They stopped on august. Eleventh returned on september sixteenth and they returned so late that you know if you lose a game it's cancelled rather than rescheduled into some date in december because all those dates are full. But even when they you know which there criticized for now they went about cancelling the season and it kind of early. I couldn't quibble with that. You know there was sound thinking behind that decision. So i run into i. Sort of run into a maybe becoming a bit too equivocal myself when i tried to evaluate the league's in how they're doing because i just think something nobody's ever dealt with before really is a compelling point to to make me kind of refrain from from You know criticizing decisions such as the ones the big ten in the pack twelve made in august which put you know we saw arizona. State colorado This this weekend cancelled not going to happen. You know and that leaves the whole season. Misshapen little bit farcical real. Oh quite farcical. So this is interesting to me. The big ten was very pompous when they cancelled and then sculpt back into it for money like everybody does and they said but if we don't play six games it's not enough you got at least play six to get to the championship which is fine until ohio. State only place four and then they'll change that rule as we all know but i do wonder what it means for a playoff in terms of you know why are they are they. And if they are why are they locked into certain dates for a playoff. I mean why not. Just push it out the other side and do it later than you normally would and get a playoff. I would think there's still a chance for that. We know that. Bob both be the commissioner of the big twelve was saying last week that it had been discussed that it could be moved. Those things involve you know a slew of contracts. And i think they're really hard to move but i think that that if that comes to pass It's not going to be the biggest shock in the world. And i think you know. I think there's still a chance of that. Would make sense if you want to have a playoff at least have enough of a season where you think you're getting the best teams in one of the problems in deciding who's really good and who's not really good looks really good is that there are no inter conference games this year. You know there's no benchmark there's no like. Oh okay. I saw notre dame at flaw at not florida at florida not florida state or i saw oklahoma ad. I don't know alabama. You know what i mean and you carry that with you for certain amount of time during the season and you measure teams against that conference game so to me. I don't i don't know how you know. Do you know at knowing if you look at it from from very early on in when we first started having this committee and two thousand fourteen if you looked at how they would weigh those games. I remember one between kansas state. I believe it was or in. If you look at the way they would weigh those things. Be much more heavily than it than it used to be. They were using those games. You know like you say as a monitor for who was who was good in. Those games are much more occasional. They're rare than than we often think they are. When you really look at the meaningful cross conference games so we have those and then we have this other thing of Okay clemson goes to notre dame they lose forty seven to forty in two overtimes after which notre dame students stormed the field because it's really for stem since ninety three to be number one but then you have to sit there and say okay. Not only did they not have their number one draft pick quarterback you know That night they also didn't have the mainstay or the the Pillar of their defense. James skalski so you know the idea that notre dame was running all around the field on a little bit. How do we evaluate that. No i understand that i mean. That's it's hard to know. Like wilpon is so excited because northwestern has a chance if they beat wisconsin to actually get in the big ten championship and he was rooting for indiana of course to beat ohio state which is a much longer shot than northwestern beating wisconsin. But i say how good is your team and he goes. I have no idea. I've no idea where you know there's no way to measure it's it's like a myopic. Look don't you think there's no broadway to measure yet to me crazy that we're trying to measure even though we all are i guess we want some semblance of something normal and if you look at what. His coach just said last saturday night. After being purdue the keys stat is your covid numbers staying away from covert and our players have been so disciplined. I'm so proud of them. And that's the most important thing. What kind of status you know. And yes yes. It's great that they've been disciplined at. It's hard to do when you're that age and you wanna go to parties and so on but is that a way to kind of have a meaningful college football playoff. I'm not you know doubtful on that. It's very odd. Carolina fired will must champ. Which i sort of understand. He's not they're not the first school to fire him in the middle of the season. Florida did that but the name that pops up you freeze are you kidding. Me i mean is that is that a real thing in your mind that they would go after a guy who was forced out not only on personal bad character deals but because there was recruiting scandals. All around them forced out of all miss. Is he a real name for south carolina in the same conference where i thought there was sort of a of a bench warrant out form that he couldn't even be an assistant there. Every time i see that name pop up. I is that a real name. That's being considered. Yes i mean. I you can never put it past college athletics to stun you with some sort of thing like this but I i would just consider that. Just an another kind of lower base than than we're used to when we think that they can't get lower. I mean it's that would be kind of a shock. And i thought i that's not. He's coach i understand. He's a very good coach. No question about that. He's a very good coach and he has rehabbing himself at liberty which is a religious school in order to cleanse himself from everything that happened before. But it would be. I'd be sort of agape. If a school in the same conference went back to him. I would be but maybe not. Maybe i shouldn't be right. chuck. Maybe i shouldn't be well. Life should have taught us not to be to some degree. But yeah i i would be too. I just when that you know first of all. I was surprised that they that south carolina got rid of mischa. Because i thought that wasn't going to happen this season with any codes. It must have been a situation where i don't know he just had had law that maybe the players weren't listening to him anymore. Something or you just had just lost all his effect. You know whatever it was before. So yeah If it's this guy to come in freeze. I wow baffled get you out of here on this. It's the question you ask anybody who covers college football. Jim harbaugh future. What is it There's another case where. I wonder you know you know with him. I wonder if there's a certain amount of time after which it just gets kind of if you're if you're playing for him the way it looks is really is really stunning. So i'm gonna say future is Maybe having another season next year and then we'll see where where it goes from there. That's my that would be my guess. Is that this year will be seen as a throw away. In some way he'll be he'll have another season to to see if he can get it right and then you right to the degree that they want and then he'll Move along one way or another. If it doesn't go right but is he one of those guys. That's that after a while of being around him and listening to him and does he wear on you in a way that say somebody like dabo. Sweeney does not you know. That's that's my question there. Nobody of course was saying anything publicly about whether that's true. But but i do wonder about that if if after a while. The effect fades yeah. Yeah i think he's that type of big personality and that that very well might be the case. Thanks so much. Talk to you soon. Okay thanks so much. Tony always thank you. Chuck colpepper boys and girls. We will take a break. Chuck todd doing all chuck's today ground. Chuck offense chuck knox for those of you old enough to remember that ground. Chuck so chuck. Todd will pick some games when we return as well. Reginal the monkey. And i'm tony kornheiser. Is the tony. Kornheiser show porta. Hey everyone this new world we're living in me and my family talking lot more. I mean we're talking about everything. 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By emailing it to jingles at tony kornheiser show dot com and again you can listen to the songs in their entirety without interrupting them at the end of the podcast. Chuck todd joins us now. He had a rough week not terribly robbed at his three enforced. So he's now thirty four and thirty five. I'd have picked baltimore at new england and pick tennessee to. i'd have gone down the drain with both of those. The way you did right. Can i make a confession. Yeah made the gamblers mistake of spent a rough sunday. Let me double up on baltimore now. So i made a bad day work. I had one of those where i made a bad. They worse. those things sometimes happen. I really thought. I mean what i'd seen of new england. I just really thought baltimore was going to win that game now. It appears yeah. I thought this was going to be a humiliation. Yeah it appears that baltimore is not nearly as good as we thought they were. I mean they're not they're not it Who is it. I mean it feels like tennessee in the playoffs last year decoded. Ring the lamar ring. Yeah he hasn't and everybody is watched that film. And now it right so when you when you are watching lamar jackson in your mind now. The actual person you're watching right now is cuyler. Murray because he cuyler murray. There's only one player in the league with more rushing touchdowns dalvin cook than kyle. Murray who i would stress is not a running back. Not a running back. He's got ten rushing touchdowns. Kyle murray looks you know. He looks great but he so small. Anyway let's get dieting. It's the single most exciting player to watch the nfl right. So let's let's get to that because for one of the rare times fabulous thursday night game. It appears to be anyway fabulous thursday night game at seattle two teams and two quarterbacks going in the opposite direction this is without question the must game for seattle. It is not for arizona is for seattle. And if you like arizona you get three. Which is a little more than i thought you might get who you like. This that's I think for all the reasons. You just stated seattle has to win deals like this is e prevent the reeling You know they think if they lose this then you would you add this to your sports con reeling. The reeling seattle seahawk absolutely big. Get to avoid that word if you I don't like the three. I wish it were one or two This has that some botch two point conversion. We'll make it so that somehow this score will always be to write two points in one two or one in one direction or the other. But i am I'm gonna stick with the home team on thursday night when in doubt oath. Good teams i i. I'll i'll go home game that game. I want to see and very few thursday night. Games can say that he the next game is atlanta. Now getting five at new orleans. New orleans does not have jew breeze. He's not playing. He's not walking through that door. Atlanta has won three out of four and it should have been four out of four since they switched coaches. The game they lost is when todd gurley less than ten seconds after being told by that ryan don't score and he goes. Yeah i got it. I got it scored and that allowed matthew stafford to go down the field in. I don't know four seconds or they should have won four in a row because right now right now chuck minnesota atlanta a lot better than they were five weeks ago. A lot better. And they're getting five new orleans. I be inclined. I'd honestly be inclined to go. I love sean payton. So maybe not. But i'd be inclined to go take the five on this one. How 'bout you honestly. I was the only thing that has nervous. I was kidding with you. Off of I guess we wouldn't call this off care offering quarter about the half-point change but he has done on me that So did new orleans officially say hills gonna start not james. I don't know i'm unaware of splitting. I being that the line has gone up that somehow the more we learn about how. They're going to do this to quarterback. But i want everything about this game since taking. Lana for all the reasons you stay. I will say this. I'm gonna take atlanta. 'cause i just but i do. I have a feeling that this offense might be more productive with with brees off. The i don't know about that in my about this game. But i do know a little bit because i mean look the it will become more creative. It will and sean payton to see. I think the one reason. I would take new orleans in this game and it's an odd reason for me is i think you can win one game when you throw somebody new in game plan differently and it works if this game was next week and brees wasn't in it i would take in a heartbeat but i don't see other. There's the other reason you take atlanta here or if you're just sort of gonna it is an inter it's it's they played the year they know each other and for some reason. This is a rivalry. i don't get it. I don't you know. I don't think of the atlanta falcons have a rivalry with anybody but atlanta fan. Care about beating the saints. And for some reason the saints. Fans care about beating the falcons So that's the other part of that. This game i think actually might mean something atlanta. Okay then the next game is is very hard to figure because these are two teams that we thought were better than they have. Actually been in recent weeks this tennessee at baltimore. Tennessee is getting six and a half. That's really lot and must have something to do with the notion that a well. Baltimore is still smarting from what happened in the playoffs. So moore's laying in wait for tennessee. That's a lot of points to give tennessee. It seems to me and tennessee has been that good lately either. That's not that whatever it is. They figured out last year the place against baltimore. They've been terrible this year. I i will tell you though. I feel like one of my earliest gambling. Mishaps in vegas I'm in my twenty and you you just get to vegas and you have some chris one hundred dollar bills and you know they're your budgets hundred and i'm hoping that lasts for the weekend right so And i just started chasing roulette. My friend said oh just put a quick hundred on black. Let's find one. You know and it hit red hit red hit red and i just kept doubling up and i lost all that money and like one of these things. Well i feel like if i bet on the ravens again. I'm chasing this roulette color. I swear to god. I know it's hit red seven times in a row. When it's not gonna get rid again it's gonna hit black. It's like now the odds are exactly say no matter how you play it right But that wasn't what my brain my whose adult brain thought twenty five years ago I feel. I don't love chasing lamar hair. But my god. They've got to win some time. That's a lot of points. But i'm gonna go with the ravens. I understand that. I do although both teams. That's a hard game figure. I i bet you it goes down. I bet you that goes down by a look at that point. We'll say the next one if nigel gave this to me correctly. I absolutely don't understand it. Green bay getting two and a half at indianapolis. I'm stunned by that. Are you stunned by that. Is that the right line. Is that the right line. You know If you just looked at the colts beat the you know. They beat the titans pretty bad. That wasn't that close to the that's right. It was a beat down and the packers. Just lally gak. I mean that jacksonville game was exactly how i expected them. You know they just sort of do whatever they have to do to win. And you're like why are they letting this team in this game There's something missing with this packer team. They don't know how to they. Don't you know maybe lazard coming back. They have one of their receivers just coming back after being injured. So maybe that helps I am hoping. I'm i'm gonna take the packers as a fan hair. I'm hoping being an underdog But i'm really worried that the packers are gonna make that jonathan taylor superstar this week because anybody can run on the packers and it's like anybody can pass on seattle. Yes it's true that makes me very nervous and that's how you know baltimore baltimore. Excuse me any annapolis. If they had a better quarterback. I think they'd be a super bowl team. The defense is a really good. I mean they have a lot of pieces. I just don't have faith in rivers. If you don't have to make rivers win for you then suddenly you. I guess he's a gay manager. I just don't think you can do that anymore. But we'll find out. I really wonder if fangio luck ever sits down and says i'd like go back. I love this team. I wonder if he does that. It's been a couple of years now. Kansas city is at vegas in kansas city. Vegas beat them. It's the most sort of surprising. Win of the year is six three if they were to win this game and go to and this year on kansas city It's a divisional game. You would say to yourself. Wow they're good and nobody has said that to this point. Nobody has said that. Kansas city on the road minus six and a half and that is an indication that nobody thinks they can repeat that. Do you think they can repeat it. I don't either. I think the the chiefs star the team. No one for some reason. We're not talking about them because the best they're the best team. And yeah tyler. Murray's more fun to watch this year or we're all curious. What's going on with russell wilson or hey how about to You know have you seen justin herbert. And it's like oh yeah haven't that guy. Pat mahomes asked. Yeah i say is one of those where you think this is going to be a good game and it's thirty five ten at halftime. Oh that's right. Kansas city that much better than everybody else. Okay so you'll take kansas city as i would as well The los angeles rams go across the country which they do all the time this year they tampa four-time fourth and fifth time. They're going across the country. It's so all the way across country. And i don't either to any other times by the way i know they didn't cover with buffalo. And i know they uncovered my family. Go ahead pass. It was three and a half yesterday. It is down to three. You get three with the rams tampa bay had a very good bounceback game last week. God only knows antonio brown will be on the field because at any given point something. And antonio brown's pass could pop up and he's gone you just don't know that but will you take the three or do you believe that at this point tampa bay as long as they don't have to play new orleans knows what they're doing i i don't i i I wanna see tom. Brady and aaron donald i i. I don't think he could play statue of liberty there and have have a comfortable game. I i. i'm. I'm gonna take the rams here because you know brady gets happy when he's under pressure. You could feel pressure all day long and and even in the one other time he went even in that super bowl he didn't play great was a pretty crummy superbowl. If you if you recall against those rants young that's already under ramtane and he didn't so I'm gonna. I'm gonna. I'm gonna stick with the rams and think they're gonna rattle break. I'm sorry you're not getting the three and a half. Then you point would have been nice. But you know nigel really. He's doing a favor for for reginald. I understand given it would. If i'm sure we could find a three and a half somewhere if you would like to three and a half three and a half right you get the hook book That he takes a beachfront place. Cincinnati in washington game that everybody's looking forward to cincinnati is getting one and a half the washington football team. Will it that game again yeah. The washington is favored. This is based on what i mean. I'm sitting here thinking based on what you. How do they favored exactly they. Just anyway. you got to pick the game. You can get fascinated with one and a half is borough. I'm a huge fan of him. I mean if he survived if he's upright for the season no. I i'm i'm with you i don't get it i guess it's because they don't know mexicans gonna play. I mean the the bengals are pretty beat up with whatever they're missing some people but At that football team offense. I mean it looks so precarious you watch him back. And you're like oh now all you do is sit there. Don't soak it. And and he gets the ball out and us. He's a professional quarterback. He's really good. He has nobody completes more passes under ten yards. Then he does you know it out. And they're very good but now bengal okeydokey. You've been sleeping well this week have you. Because you don't have to be on the air at three in the morning at any time to call something. You're you're good good. I am a citizen. I would save big as well as they say. Yeah so anyway yeah. We'll stay away from politics this time. Thank you chuck. I think it's a good idea. Okay thank you. Chuck chuck todd boys and girls and we just gave you chuck. Todd that would be enough. Obviously but we give you a monkey. See you not hanging win badge oku wretched nine for much johnny. So what do you got. What did he do. What original new. Well terrible last week. Why do i read one and two almost every week. 'cause reginald's twelve and eighteen it just having a bad year seven even for a monkey. Yes well it hasn't been the best year for regiment. I think we know why he's been very busy. And when it went down to the national zoo to tony. He's very excited. Apparently he's been working on another vaccine and it is ready as he told me For fda approval he's been working on this in conjunction with the people from cadbury. Apparently the hoping have to have it ready by easter which is works well with cadbury and a twelve percent effectiveness rate so if you count the other ones under twelve percents great but it's better than nothing joining. That's what reginald's been working on now. The first game we gave him was arizona getting three on the road against seattle and showed me a lovely photograph of him golfing with wilpon out in arizona. I believe at the troon north. Golf club with carla. Marie and larry fitzgerald so clearly he's got ties to arizona and he will take the cardinals with the three. The second game we gave him was indianapolis a giving two and a half at home versus green bay and this was an interesting shot of him at base camp. Mount everest scaling mount everest with peyton manning marvin harrison and steve emmons. So he's got ties to the indianapolis area. Clearly he will take the colts and lay the two and a half and of course we always give him the washington football team. This is washing football team. Giving one and a half at home vs cincinnati and. I'm not sure if you knew this but but apparently reginald was the doctor who fixed alex. Smith's leg yeah. So he's got very strong ties to this football team and he will take them and lay the one and a half at home against the bengals. You're going pick washington. We'll see what happens again. They covered last week. Maybe they cover again. We will get out of here now. We will come back with email. Jingle and tony kornheiser. you're listening to the tony kornheiser show. This is the bespoke post. Add this fall as you get back into the swing of things. Bespoke post has brand new seasonal box of awesome collections for guys guaranteed to upgrade your life. Michael do we have right now. That i'm looking at the feast box. It includes a carving nice in a stabbing stick tremendous. Whether it's geared upgrade your autumn craft beers cozy threads from when the temperature dips bespoke. 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Senate report says Putin ordered 2016 Democratic hack.

THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

07:06 min | 3 months ago

Senate report says Putin ordered 2016 Democratic hack.

"Coming up on five minute news. From Russia context grave threat Senate says. U S Postmaster General Pauses Service, cuts after, out crime. And Death Valley's one hundred thirty degrees maybe world heat recold. It's Wednesday August nineteen. I'm Anthony Davis. Trump campaign's interactions with Russian intelligence services during the two thousand sixteen presidential election posed a grave counter intelligence threat. A Senate panel concluded on Tuesday as it detailed how associates of Donald Trump had regular contact with Russians, and expected to benefit from the Kremlin's help the panels almost one thousand page report the fifth and final one from the Republican led Senate Intelligence Committee on the Russia investigation describes in detail. How Russia launched an aggressive wide ranging effort to interfere in the election on trump's behalf it says, trump associates were eager to exploit the Kremlin's aid particularly by maximizing the impact of the disclosure of democratic emails that were hacked by Russian military intelligence offices. The findings mark the culmination of bipartisan probe that produced what the committee called the most comprehensive description to date of Russia's activities and the threat they posed. The investigation spanned more than three years as the panels leaders said they wanted to be as thorough as possible in documenting the unprecedented attack on US elections. The findings echo to a large degree, those of special counsel Robert Mueller's Russia investigation with the reports unflinching characterization of furtive interactions between trump associates and Russian operatives contradicting the Republican. Presidents. that the F. B., I. had no basis to investigate whether his campaign was conspiring with Russia. Trump has called the Russia investigations a hoax while Mullah's was a criminal probe. The Senate's investigation was a counterintelligence effort with the aim of ensuring that such interference wouldn't happen. Again, the also found no reliable evidence for trump's longstanding supposition that Ukraine had interfered in the election but did trace some of the earliest messaging of that theory to kill him nick. It said Russian government proxies were consistently spreading lapping false narratives which sought to discredit investigations into Russian interference in the 2016 US elections. The committee said that messaging campaign lasted to at least January twenty twenty. Off to the house at impeach trump for pressuring Ukraine officials to investigate the family of Joe Biden who is now trying to the general election opponent. US Postmaster General. Louis Joy is suspending all mail service changes until the November election bowing to an outcry by Democrats and the public that the moves appeared to be an attempt to boost donald trump's reelection chances. The reversal follows complaints that the cuts could slow the handling of mail in ballots which could account for as many as half of all votes cast in November's election as the pandemic raises fears of crowds. Trump has repeatedly and without evidence claimed that an increase in mail in ballots would lead to a surge in fraud though Americans have long voted by mail. I'm suspending these initiatives until after the election is concluded, joy said in a statement adding that the changes are to avoid even the appearance of any impact on election mail. To, joy a major political donor and ally of trump assumed the job in June. His face pressure from multiple tiers of government with the Democratic controlled House of Representatives planning rest. Saturday session to possibl blocking cuts and several states preparing lawsuits to block the maneuvers. The president kept up his attack on male voting on Tuesday speculating delayed results could mean that the November third election would need to be held a second time multiple Democrats and union officials welcomed the news but they said they were holding out for proof that joy would take the actions he promised House Speaker. Nancy Pelosi said, she would go ahead with plans to pass a bill that would prevent the post office from reducing service levels below what they were in January. The Democratic Speaker described joys decision as a necessary but insufficient first step in ending the president's election sabotage campaign with the trump administration openly trying to undermine mail in voting this fall some election officials around the country a hoping to bypass the postal service by installing ballots. DROPBOX is in libraries, community centers, and other public places. California sizzled to a triple digit temperature. So hot that meteorologists need to verify it as a planet wide hi mark. Death Valley recorded a scorching one hundred and thirty degrees on Sunday, which if the senses and other conditions check out would be the hottest earth has been in more than eighty nine years and the third warmest ever measured the temperature measured the aptly named Furnace Creek during a blistering heatwave with the hottest temperature recorded on earth in August. That's one hundred. Thirty is only below the disputed all time record of one, hundred, thirty, four degrees at nearly the same spot in nineteen thirteen and a one hundred and thirty one degree mark in Tunisia, in nineteen thirty one. But both were in July. Traditionally, the planet's hottest month scientists say the overall context of more extreme weather and higher temperatures shows global warming at work. You. 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NPR News: 08-06-2019 6AM ET

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04:59 min | 1 year ago

NPR News: 08-06-2019 6AM ET

"This message comes from n._p._r. Sponsor xfinity some things are slow like a snail races. Other things are fast like xfinity x. by get get fast speeds even when everyone is online working to make wifi simple easy awesome more at xfinity dot com restrictions apply live from n._p._r. News in washington. I'm korva coleman. As president trump prepares to visit el paso tomorrow following the mass shootings there and in dayton hundreds of people gathered gathered for a vigil outside the national rifle association headquarters in northern virginia from member station w. a. m. u. Julia chang reports gun safety groups including march for our lives. The brady campaign and moms demand action stood outside the n._r._a.'s office calling on gun reform at chanted the words enough and both them <music> out there were joined by student activists as well as virginia congresswoman jennifer exton who suggested the issue of gun control has transcended politics is a political to say that kids and and adults shouldn't be gunned down when they're doing things like shopping for back to school attend utter. The names of those whose lives were lost to gun violence. Organizers drew attention to the recent shootings in brooklyn in chicago earlier monday the n._r._a. Announced welcomes the president's call to address. The root causes of violence for n._p._r. News i'm julie really chang in washington. Democratic presidential candidates have continued their condemnation of president trump. N._p._r.'s asthma holland reports this came during a san diego geico conference on monday of the nation's largest latino civil rights organization all day whether on t._v. in statements or in speeches the candidates admonished monisha the president for creating toxic racial atmosphere former vice president joe biden told a gathering of latino leaders in california that white supremacy he is on the rise and the words president utters matter. Mr president is long past time. You addressed it for what it is. This is hatred pure and simple. It's being fueled by rhetoric that is so divisive and it's causing causing people to die referencing phrase. The president recently used against four minority orgy congresswoman california's senator comma harris told the crowd trump needs to get out of the white house and go back to his reality tv. Show us mukalla n._p._r. News the treasury department has officially labelled china a currency manipulator. This comes after china started weakening its currency. This has the effect active making chinese goods less expensive for consumers to buy n._p._r.'s gyms. Rulli says this also trim market selloff on wall street on monday. Ain't we have seen a big drop in stock prices really all over the world but here in the united states <hes> this standard and poor's five hundred index <hes> was us down for the sixth day in a row we also saw big drops in the other indexes and this happened after china allowed its currency the yuan to drop up quite a bit in value <hes> it's not that this is so bad in and of itself but it is another sign that the trade war between china and the united states is intensifying fine and this scares a lot of people in in the markets n._p._r.'s jim zarroli from new york. You're listening to n._p._r. A heat wave continues in southern california as temperatures have reached triple digits across the inland part of the region for the past several days as mad gillam reports. It's the heat broke records in the desert resort town of palm springs on monday about one hundred miles east of los angeles palm springs routinely see scorching temperatures in the summer however hundred and twenty one degrees is hot even for a desert community celebrated for its year round warmth. Initially the national weather service said palm springs tied nineteen sixty nine record of one hundred and twenty degrees for august fifth that was later revised indicate. The record had actually been broken by one degree heat. Wave gripping much of the region is expected to break by mid week highs in palm springs or forecast has turned to normal just around one hundred ten degrees bob's recorded temperature ever was seen in california's death valley in july of nineteen thirteen the mercury climb to a blistering one hundred knbr thirty four degrees for n._p._r. News matt gilman san bernardino south korea says that north korea has again fire projectiles into the ocean the fourth time it's done so in recent weeks north korea has previously fired short range missiles president trump recently dismissed the significance of the north korean actions even though the weapons pose a threat to south korea japan and u._s. Basis in the region president trump is frozen assets belonging to the government of venezuelan president nicholas maduro american companies and individuals are immediately blocked from doing business with medeiros government and its supporters in a letter to congressional leaders president trump's cited the madore regime's human rights abuses. I'm korva coleman n._p._r. News from washington.

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NEJM This Week  November 7, 2019

NEJM This Week - Audio Summaries

29:27 min | 1 year ago

NEJM This Week November 7, 2019

"Welcome this is the New England Journal of Medicine. I'm Dr Lisa Johnson this week November seventh twenty nineteen we feature articles a neuro degenerative disease. He's informer soccer players triple treatment for cystic fibrosis. HETERO ZYGOTE S- PCI or cabbage for left main coronary disease ventilator later associated pneumonia after cardiac arrest mediators of insulin resistance and health social reform and medical schools a review article on acute severe hypertension a clinical problem solving that describes double trouble and perspective articles on the US insulin crisis on weather other emergency Holt would reduce opioid overdose deaths and on a good physician neuro degenerative disease mortality talapity among former professional soccer players by Daniel McKay from the Hamden Sports Clinic Glasgow the United Kingdom in this study death certificates were used to compare the causes of death among seven thousand six hundred seventy six former professional Scottish Soccer players and twenty three thousand twenty eight matched controls over a median of eighteen years. Fifteen point four percent end of the former soccer players and sixteen point. Five percent of the controls died. All cause mortality was lower among former players then among controls up to the age of seventy years and was higher thereafter mortality from ischemic heart disease was lower are among former players than among controls hazard ratio zero point eight as was mortality from Lung Cancer Hazard Ratio Zero Point Point five three mortality with neuro degenerative disease listed as the primary cause was one point seven percent among former soccer players wires and zero point five percent among controls among former players mortality with neurodegenerative disease listed as the primary or for a contributory cause on the death certificate varied according to disease subtype and was highest among those with Alzheimer's Disease Hazard Ratio uh-huh former players versus controls. Five point zero seven and lowest among those with Parkinson's disease hazard ratio two point one five dementia related medications were prescribed more frequently to former players then to controls odds ratio four point nine mortality with neurodegenerative disease listed as the primary or contributory cause did not differ significantly between goalkeepers and outfield players but dementia denture related. Medications were prescribed less. Frequently two goalkeepers in this retrospective epidemiologic analysis mortality from neuro degenerative generative disease was higher and mortality from other common diseases lower among former Scottish professional soccer players then among matched controls Robert Stern from Boston University. School of Medicine writes in an editorial that this study provides good news and bad news regarding the potential long-term consequences of playing soccer at the professional level. The results are similar to those from a study involving former the national football league players conducted by the Centers for Disease Control and prevention in which all cause mortality was lower among former NFL players then then in the general population but neurodegenerative mortality was higher professional. Soccer players. Do not share the body habits of American football players. There's but they do share the exposure to repetitive head impacts through routine heading of the ball and average player heads the ball six to twelve times per game in addition to heading drills at practice and thousands of times during a career in small case series studies heading has been associated with altered cerebral neuro chemistry diminished white matter integrity and quarter cle thinning in professional soccer players without obvious concussion. The new findings findings by McKay and colleagues should not engender undue fear and panic among soccer players. Parents and coaches as the authors of the current study indicate it is not possible to generalize their findings among male former professional soccer players to participants in recreational amateur or collegiate collegiate level soccer parents of children. Who headed the ball in youth or high school? Soccer should not fear that their children are destined to have cognitive decline and dementia later in life rather they should focus on the substantial health benefits from exercise and participation in a sport that their children enjoy however it is also important that the findings from the current study lead to research and increased awareness of the potential short term and long term consequences. NSA quences of heading the ball in amateur soccer perhaps however there is already adequate evidence that repeated blows to the brain from heading in professional professional. Soccer is an occupational risk that needs to be addressed Alexa Catheter. Teza Catheter Iva Catheter. After for cystic fibrosis with a single P. H. E. Five Zero Eight D. E. L. A.. Lille by Peter Middleton from the University of Sydney Westmead Need New South Wales Australia ineffective to trial involving patients who are heterosexual for the P. H. E. Five Zero Ad L. Cystic Fibrosis Trans Membrane conductors regulator cf tr mutation and minimal function mutation the next generation see FDR corrector Alexa Alexa calf door in combination with Teza Catheter and Ivankov after improved. PHP five zero ad L. C. F. T. R. Function and clinical clinical outcomes. This randomized phase. Three trial was conducted to confirm the efficacy and safety of Alexa. Catheter has occurred after Ivankov. After in four hundred three patients twelve years of age or older with cystic fibrosis with P. H. E. Five Zero Eight D. E. L. minimal function. Gino Gino Types Alexa after Teza. Catheter Ivankov after relative to placebo resulted in a percentage of predicted Efi v one. That was thirteen eighteen. Point eight points higher at four weeks and fourteen point three points. Higher through twenty four weeks a rate of pulmonary exacerbations that that was sixty three percent lower respiratory domain score on the cystic fibrosis questionnaire. Revised that was twenty point. Two points higher and sweat sweat chloride concentration. That was forty one point eight million moles per liter lower Alexa Teza Catheter. Ivankov after was generally safe and had an acceptable side effect profile. Most patients had adverse events that were mild or moderate Alexa after Teza Catheter. Ivankov after was efficacious in patients with cystic fibrosis with P. H. E. Five Zero Eight D. E. L. minimal function Gino types in whom previous previous cf tr modulator regiments were ineffective in an editorial Francis Collins from the National Institutes of Health Bethesda. Maryland writes that the results of a pair of phase three clinical trials in the journal and in a simultaneous publication. In the Lancet document and impressive benefits from triple drug therapy for persons with cystic fibrosis. And at least one copy of the P. H. E. Five Zero Away D. E. L. CF tr mutation who represent approximately ninety percent of persons affected by this life-shortening autosomal recessive disease. The these findings indicate that it may soon be possible to offer safe and effective molecular targeted therapies. To ninety percent of persons with cystic fibrosis. This should be a cause for major celebration yet. We must not abandon the patients with cystic fibrosis. Who have known mutations -tations and will not have a response to these drugs even beyond that the best day ever for all of us traveling down? This long road together will be the day. When the more than seventy thousand persons with cystic fibrosis worldwide? Do not need to take drug therapy at all. And they're finally is a permanent cure for cystic fibrosis. That works for everyone. Although the challenges are substantial one can imagine such an ultimate approach approach involving in Vivo Somatic cell gene editing of Airway epithelial cells shortly after their identification of cf tr. Thirty a years ago Dr Collins wrote a song entitled Dare to Dream. The lyrics expressed hope that the gene discovery would lead to effective treatments for cystic fibrosis. That someday we would see all our brothers and sisters breathing free. Dr Collins writes that it is profoundly. Gratifying edifying to see that this dream is coming. True Five Year outcomes after PCI or cabbage for for left main coronary disease by Greg Stone from the ICAHN School of Medicine at Mount Sinai New York long term outcomes after perky cutaneous coronary intervention. PCI with contemporary drug alluding stance as compared with coronary artery bypass grafting cabbage in patients nations. With left main coronary artery. Disease are not clearly established in this. Study one thousand nine hundred five patients with left main coronary artery disease of low or intermediate anatomical complexity were randomly assigned to undergo either. PCI with ever Alma saluting stents or cabbage at five years a primary outcome event of death stroke or myocardial. Infarction had occurred in twenty eighty two percent of the patients in the P. C. I. Group and in Nineteen Point two percent of those in the cabbage group death from any cause occurred more frequently in the P. C. I. Group then in the cabbage group in thirteen percent versus nine point nine percent in the p. c. i. and cabbage groups the incidences of definite cardiovascular death five percent and four point five percent respectively and myocardial infarction ten point six percent and nine point one percent were not significantly different. All cerebrovascular events were less frequent after p. c. i. than after cabbage. Three point three three percent versus five point two percent although the incidence of stroke was not significantly different between the two groups two point nine percent and three point seven percent send ischemia driven re vascular. Ization was more frequent after PCI sixteen point nine percent versus ten percent in patients with with left main coronary artery disease. There was no significant difference between PC. I and cabbage with respect to the rate of the composite outcome of death. Stroke or myocardial infarction at five years prevention of early ventilator associated pneumonia after cardiac arrest by blue no hosoi from Johnny Mass Young polyvalent Limaj France patients treated with targeted temperature management thirty to thirty four degrees Celsius after cardiac arrest are at increased risk for early ventilator associated. Pneumonia this is trial involved. One hundred ninety four adult patients in intensive care units who were being mechanically ventilated after out of hospital. Cardiac arrest related the two initial shock. -able rhythm and treated with targeted temperature management at thirty two to thirty four degrees Celsius. Either Intravenous Amoxicillin Ceiling Clavier Linate or Placebo was administered three times a day for two days starting less than six hours after the cardiac arrest the incidents it inside of early ventilator associated. Pneumonia was lower with antibiotic prophylaxis than with Placebo. Nineteen percent of patients versus thirty. Thirty four percent no significant between group differences were observed for other key clinical variables such as ventilator free days and mortality at day. Twenty eight at day seven. No increase in resistant. Bacteria was identified serious adverse events did not differ significantly between the two groups. A two day course of antibiotic therapy with Amoxicillin Clavier Linate in patients receiving a thirty two to thirty four degrees Celsius Targeted temperature management strategy. After out of hospital cardiac arrest with initial shock -able rhythm resulted in a lower incidence of early aleve ventilator associated pneumonia than placebo acute severe hypertension a clinical practice article by Aldo Aldo. Push Oto from Yale School of Medicine New Haven Connecticut. Blood pressure elevations. Above one hundred eighty over one hundred ten to one one hundred twenty millimeters mercury can result in acute injury to the heart brain and the micro vascular if acute hypertension mediated target. Arket organ damage is present. The condition is labeled hypertensive emergency and demands immediate and aggressive treatment to limit progressive injury. A hypertensive emergency is associated with substantial morbidity and in hospital mortality acute severe hypertension without acute target target organ damage. Hypertensive urgency is not associated with adverse short term outcomes and can be managed in the ambulatory setting non adherence to previously prescribed. Anti hypertensive. Medications is the most common factor leading to acute severe hypertension chronic hypertension engine shifts the cerebral blood flow auto regulation curve to the right. That is to hire blood pressure levels which confers a predisposition to cerebral cerebral hypo perfusion at relatively high normal blood pressure levels. This principle guides the pace of blood pressure reduction in acute severe severe hypertension hypertensive emergencies are managed with intravenous medications guided by the type of target organ damage. Hypertensive emergencies should be managed with oral medications and arrangements for prompted. Follow up listen to the full text of this article at any. AM DOT ORG double trouble. A clinical problem solving article by Christopher Smith from the Veterans Affairs. Ann Arbor medical all center Michigan a fifty one year old man presented with a four week history of cough associated with fever chills fatigue and aching living in the joints. The cough was initially productive of blood tinged flim but later became dry an x ray of the chest showed a no passively at the right cardio frantic angle but no plural of fusion. His condition did not improve after. Two courses of macrolide antibiotic therapy one month later. His wife brought him to the emergency department where he reported severe weakness Fatigue and frequent muscle spasms his wife noted that he seemed confused. His examination was unchanged from his previous outpatient visit except that he appeared lethargic had mild tenderness over the right anterior anterior chest wall and had asterix's C. T. of the chest revealed small right pleural of fusion. The patient produced no urine despite fight placement of an end. Welling you re throw catheter. And Maria is caused by severe intra-regional injury or complete urinary obstruction obstruction. The most direct test to elucidate the cause of the patient's pulmonary and renal disease would be renal biopsy a biopsy specimen of the kidney showed severe Calamari lightest on light microscopy ancillary testing showed markedly positive anti-proteinase three and anti GBM am antibody levels that indicated a dual positive auto immune phenotype Gla Mario nephritis with coexistent Anka's and anti GBM. Antibodies double antibody positive. Disease was diagnosed non Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease Insulin resistance and Serra minds a clinical implications of basic research article by Varman Samuel from Yale School of Medicine newhaven insulin resistance is present in most but not all obese and elderly patients and even some young and lean persons it is a precursor cursor to and accelerate of coexisting conditions such as type two diabetes. atherosclerosis non alcoholic fatty liver disease and probably obesity obesity associated cancers. There is broad consensus. That insulin resistance is associated with ectopic lipid deposition in skeletal muscle and liver. However multiple lipid species are implicated and the molecular mechanisms? Impairing the action of insulin are debated in one model an the increase in. SSN One to dice glycerin all impairs insulin signaling. In addition a substantial body of work supports a role for ceremonies in promoting insulin resistance serum needs. Like the dyson Glycerin calls are bioactive lipid intermediates a recent study established. The importance of absurd reminds through the genetic manipulation of Di Hydro Serum I D- saturates. One does one in mice. The recent study implicates locates elevated levels of serum. I'd and their effect. I might owe conrail function in the mediation of cellular insulin resistance the health social reform and medical schools the training of American physicians and the dissenting tradition a medicine society article by Merlin Chow Kwanyan from Columbia University. New York medical schools. Continue to admit low numbers of black and Hispanic students groups that accounted for only five point seven percent in four point six percent respectively of twenty fifteen graduating classes and many medical schools continue to score low on standardized indexes gauging commitment to a broader social mission measured by percentages of graduates. It's who pursue primary care or work in medically underserved geographic areas. What can be done to address these deficits medical schools schools throughout the country? Have hosted white coat Diane's in solidarity with National Movements Against Racism and police brutality medical students the public defended the affordable care act as it faced new political threats most recently an ad hoc group called scrubs addressing. The firearm epidemic convened campus actions. That framed gun violence as an urgent health problem but this activist revival can also be the understood from a longer term perspective in the context of a dissenting tradition in. US medical training. Though never in the mainstream trainee the activists have repeatedly reimagined what the profession could be at. Its best these authors focus on curricular reform expanded did community outreach and the fight against racial exclusion as lead by two little known but influential organizations. The Association of of interns and medical students aims and the Student Health Organizations S. H. O. The US insulin crisis rationing a life saving medication discovered in the nineteen twenties. A Perspective article by Michael Froehlich from Mount Sinai Hospital Toronto on January Twenty Third Nineteen twenty. Two Insulin was successfully injected into a fourteen year. Old Boy with with severe type. One diabetes melodies type one diabetes had been considered a universally fatal disease for their discovery of insulin. Insulin Frederick Banting. And John Macleod were awarded the Nineteen twenty-three Nobel Prize in physiology or medicine. The members of their team sold the patent for insulin to the University of Toronto for one dollar each banting famously stated insulin does not belong to me. It belongs to the world immediately. After Insulin's discovery patients flocked to Toronto for what was being referred to as a Miracle Substance Indi- demand was strong but the supply was limited which led to the initial rationing of insulin in one thousand. Nine hundred twenty three before it was successfully mass produced by. Eli Eli Lilly. And the company that later became Novo Nordisk the price of one hundred units of regular short acting. Insulin was about one dollar in. US US dollars during this period and fell to less than twenty cents in the nineteen forties as manufacturing processes improved over the past two decades cades however the price of insulin in the United States has risen substantially and is now inaccessible to thousands of Americans because of its high cost. The rising costs can be attributed primarily to two phenomena first. US law allows pharmaceutical manufacturers factual errors to price their products at whatever level. They believe the market will bear and to raise prices over time without limit. Second Direct direct competition in the insulin market is lacking will emergency holds reduce OPIOID overdose deaths perspective article by Elizabeth Samuels from Warren Alpert Medical School at Brown University. Providence Rhode Island as part of efforts to reduce deuce overdose deaths and increase enrollment in treatment. Lawmakers in some states are contemplating an acting or expanding emergency hold laws that that permits some patients with severe substance use disorder to be involuntarily detained for short-term observation and in some cases treatment a bill introduced in Rhode Island during the past two legislative sessions. For example would allow physicians to request that a court order a seventy two hour hold for inpatient nation treatment for a person with substance use disorder who presents a danger or threat of danger to self family or others if not treated similar statutes have already been enacted in other states including Minnesota and Washington. Emergency hold laws are modeled. After and often extensions of existing testing measures that permit short term evaluation and treatment of people in mental health crisis using short-term emergency holds in the context of opioid use use disorder presumes that a person's risk of overdose will be mitigated by a brief involuntary hospitalization but the efficacy of emergency holds for substance use. Disorders hasn't been evaluated their use in this context raises ethical legal medical and practical questions that merit careful consideration consideration given the profound effects that holds would have an individual liberty relationships between patients and physicians and the healthcare delivery system them a good physician on complacency and communication a perspective article by Michelle Kitson from the cedars-sinai Medical Center Los Angeles Dr Kitson recently cared for a forty five year old man for over a month and never spoke to him. The patient patient was admitted with Cardio. GENYK shock stabilized and listed for heart transplantation every morning Dr Kilson rounded with her heart failure team. The patient pulmonary artery catheter secured to his neck usually looked up when they entered but then returned his attention immediately to his phone as Dr Kilson spoke to his father. She glanced at her patient. She never knew how much he understood or what he was thinking. After a few months the patient received the magic call aw he sailed through. Transplantation was home within ten days. Dr Kitson should have been proud but an adage from William Ostler nagged at her. The the good physician treats the disease. The great physician treats the patient. WHO has the disease? She knew she had missed the mark. When presented did with the unique challenge of caring for a deaf patient? She took the convenient way out every day for a month half the problem was logistics scheduling a daily real-life asl. Interpreters seemed impossible. The other half was the absurdity of video interpreter. In retrospect she should have used the patient's father as interpreter instead of Messenger but on her first day neither the patient nor his father requested that she speak directly with the patient and after the Second Linden third days past with the same calm acceptance they fell into an easy for Dr kitson inertia. She had failed to comfort a patient in need and she'd missed out on the joy of that relationship are images in clinical medicine features a fifty two year old man who presented to the outpatient clinic with with a bleeding mass on his right great toe. Two months earlier the patient had noticed a pink nargile that was approximately five millimeters in diameter on the door. Some of the to- one month later. His Toe was stepped on after which the Najran grew rapidly and bled intermittently on examination. The lesion was read head and also rated with surrounding hyper pigmentation. He was referred for surgical reception during Surgery Brown. Black Patches were found on the bottom of the mass his logic analysis of both the respected mass and the patch underneath. It showed nests of melanoma cells a diagnosis of acro link. Melanoma with invasion of the reticulation Durmus was made extended section of the lesion and skin grafting were performed the result of sentinel lymph node. Biopsy was negative. The patient received treatment with Interferon Alpha Two B. After surgery at the eighteen month the follow up there was no evidence of recurrence or metastases. A forty year old man presented to the emergency department with fatigue that it had progressively worsened over a period of three months. He had recently emigrated from Mexico where he had worked on a farm and eaten raw watercress laboratory. Laboratory studies showed severe anemia. An alkyl phosphates level of three hundred forty two units per leader and an absolute. Es Nfl Count of one. One thousand four hundred cells per cubic millimetre ultrasonography of the abdomen. Revealed Intra hypnotic Bill Eerie. Ductile Dila tation and Mr Colangelo NGO pancreatitis graffiti revealed a Hyler stricture endoscopic retrograde. Colegio pancreatitis. Griffey was then performed and large flat. Worms arms were visualized emerging from the major Waddell. Pilla see the video at any J. M. Dot org worms were extracted and identified as has the Common Liver Fluke. Fascia Sola have Hadaka Fanciulla eggs. In the feces of host animals commonly sheep contaminate fresh water the larvae mature in snails and attached to vegetation after the parasites are ingested by humans. They penetrate the intestine and invade the hip pat obituary tree after treatment with blood transfusion and try Klabin dissolved.

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Hubble Telescope Photobomb, Why Alcohol Burns, and Why Your Cat Puts Its Butt In Your Face

Curiosity Daily

08:40 min | 1 year ago

Hubble Telescope Photobomb, Why Alcohol Burns, and Why Your Cat Puts Its Butt In Your Face

"We're here from curiosity dot com to help you get smarter in just a few minutes. I'm Cody gov, and I'm actually Hamer today. You'll learn why NASA compared to new scientific discovery to a game of where's WALDO white cat. Stick their butts in your face. And the surprising reason why your throat burns when you take a shot of hard liquor of satisfy some curiosity. The Hubble space telescope just discovered a dwarf galaxy in our stellar neighborhood. This isn't necessarily the biggest news in the world on its face. But the story of how we found it is the fun part. You know, you're in for a good time. When NASA compares a scientific discovery to a game of where's WALDO, and this undiscovered galaxy basically photo bombed the Hubble telescope this galaxy is like the Fiji water girl of the universe. Totally. I think that's a really obscure reference. Well, according to Google everybody knows about it. All right. Just Google the twenty nine hundred Golden Globes. If you don't know what I'm talking about. Then you'll be up on what all the kids are talking about. That's a world about here. Yup. Kids are talking about undiscovered galaxy. So what the Hubble telescope was really doing was photographing a star cluster called N G C six seven five two which is thirteen thousand light years away. That's a pretty respectable distance by cosmic standards. So imagine astronomers surprise when a loner galaxy popped up in the image. It was super tiny and super faint, but scrutiny showed that this tiny three thousand light year across galaxy was something like thirty million light years away from us that's about twelve times further than the drama galaxy which you can see with the naked eye in the northern hemisphere. Now that astronomers know where this galaxy's hiding they say it'll teach us more about how galaxies changes they grow an age. In fact, this galaxy is almost as old as our universe itself, which is estimated at thirteen point seven billion years NASA compared to to a living fossil from the early universe. This is a big deal because once we know what a galaxy looks like when it's unchanging astronomers can make predictions about how chain. Aging galaxies, grow and evolve. This'll help us understand the shape of the galaxy surrounding us and even our own Milky Way, we do know a few things for sure like the fact that the Milky Way, and and drama or on an eventual collision course and a few billion years, but let's face it space is full of mysteries. And we're just getting started with our explorations. Meanwhile, Hubble just keeps on observing and producing results nearly twenty nine years after its launch into space here. Steer gold. Mir's Hubble actually have a question about cats. What's that? Why do they always stick there? But in your face. Well, I have I have an answer. Do you? Well, you know, my running thing about cat behavior and headlines that say, here's why your cat does X. This is the second day in a row, you've got a running theory about something. I do I have a lot of theories. Go ahead. Well, my running theory is that ninety percent of the time. The answer is we don't know cancer weird. Is this one of those times? No, this is actually. Some legit cat behavior. And I'm excited to tell you about it. It turns out that they're doing it because they like you and there's actual research to back this up. Sweet. So whenever experts try to shed light on the baffling abyss that is cat behavior. They start by looking at how cats act around their own kind to be friendly cats often rub their heads bodies entails alongside one another. It doesn't just feel good that behavior also exchanges odors from a bunch of sent glands that are located on the sides of a cat's head the corners of its mouth under its chin on its ears and importantly on its tail it has sink lands and all those places. It does not only will catch rub. Their own sent on one another, but they'll also sniff their companions for lots of reasons to confirm their identity to see what they've been up to and even just to say Hello that includes their butts which also contain glands that are rich with sent information. Dr Deborah prim Vic is an emergency medicine veterinarian and she wrote. Pet place quote, some believe the sniff can actually relieve tension and stress by helping an individual feel more comfortable about the other cat two cats living in the same house may smell each other. When one comes in from the outside or comes back from the vet to confirm information about the cat state, including diet stress availability for mating and mood, unquote. But that's with other cats. How does this apply to the weird way your little furball treats you well when cats rubbed their bodies against each other? They usually move in opposite directions starting head to head and ending with their butts facing one another that's exactly what a cat's doing when it slides. It's body along. You're standing leg. It's head starts the move. It's but finishes, but if you're lying down that move isn't so straightforward, and that's why you could end with your cats, but in your face along the same lines, your cat might just shove its rear directly in your face because it wants to say, Hello other cats sniffed butts to say, hi, so why wouldn't you and on a final note? It's possible that a cats but in. Your face is just an accident since cats stick their tails straight up when they're feeling friendly. A happy cat exposes it's stinky assed area to the world whether or not there's an unlucky human face nearby. I know this makes cat people sound really weird. But I still love him. If you've ever taken a shot of hard liquor than you probably know how badly burns on the way down. We encourage you to drink responsibly as always but just in time for the weekend. I figure now might be a good time to explain why that room temperature tequila gives you a burning sensation on the way down your throat, and the answer is probably not what you think. It's not that. It's just firewater. It's not there's no actual fire the alcohol, even if it's fireball. All right. I actually thought the science behind. This is really interesting, hopefully, your normal body temperature is around ninety eight point six degrees Fahrenheit or thirty seven degrees celsius when you drink something cold that drink gets slightly warmer as it travels down your throat and into your stomach when you. Drink a hot beverage the opposite happens your body absorbs some of that heat in your body can take a lot of heat. I mean, my fellow former coffeeshop Arista can tell you that atypical lots or a Cup of Joe Mike it served at around one hundred forty or even one hundred sixty degrees Fahrenheit. So even when you sip on something a lot hotter than core body temperature. You don't feel like your throat is on fire right in order to protect your insides your mouth and throat. Both have pain sensors called vanilla we'd receptor one or VR one VR one react to the temperature and acidity of food. They do this by stimulating neurons that transmit the sensation of pain to your brain. These receptors are super sensitive to both actual high temperatures and perceived heat from compounds like cap Sason, that's where they have a similar reaction when you're eating either sizzling hot slice of pizza or a red hot chili pepper and things change when alcohol comes into play the type of alcohol you find in liquors like tequila is called. Ethanol, you know, how spicy kept season makes VR one think of food is hot to the touch. Well, ethanol binds to these receptors and makes them more sensitive to heat. This actually changes the heat threshold and lowers it from that ninety eight point six degree body temperature to just ninety three points to degrees Fahrenheit or thirty four degrees celsius doesn't sound like a big swing in temperature. Right. Well, it still enough to cause a flurry of responses in your skin Asaf against and spinal cord, which gives you a sudden sensation of warmth all over and a nasty burning your throat. So when it comes to downing shot of liquor that burning sensation you feel isn't real heat. It's your own bodies warning signals going kind of haywire. Always Rick responsibly. Today's ad free. Episode was brought to you by our patrons special. Thanks to Katrina Constantine, Muhammed chiffon was Ben Urich, Luke Chapman and stay fan crate for your support on patron. We really appreciate it. To learn more about how you can support curiosity daily. Go to patriot dot com slash curiosity dot com. All spelled out. You can also keep learning all weekend on curiosity dot com. This weekend. You'll learn about statistical tricks that headlines used to fool you why too much sleep might be as harmful as too little. The decades old secret of a massive stone tower in the middle of the Pacific Ocean light echoes from a black hole. We recently detected from the ISS and more come hang out with us against Sunday on the award winning curiosity daily. And learn something new and just a few minutes. Have a great weekend. I'm Cody gov, and I'm actually stay curious. On the Westwood One podcast network.

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The O'Reilly Update, August 18, 2020

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12:45 min | 3 months ago

The O'Reilly Update, August 18, 2020

"O'Reilly here, Tuesday August Eighteenth Two thousand and twenty you are listening to the O'Reilly update. Here's what's happening across our nation. Governor, CUOMO blames new. York's growing crime wave on president trump majority of Americans. Now, avoid watching the nightly news new study shows media coverage of trump one, hundred, fifty times more negative then for Biden. Cove it outbreaks shutdown some colleges, the temperature in Death Valley California. It's record. Also ahead, religion and Kamala Harris. But. I New York Governor Andrew Cuomo publicly blaming his state surging crime. On president trump. At least seven people were murdered and fifty one shot in New York City over the weekend said Cuomo quote it's the trump economy trump not providing covid relief. I think trump has some liability for the increase in crime. which, of course, is partisan nonsense governor Cuomo being soft on criminals is part of the reason for the violent crime search. New Survey from one poll says fifty seven percent of you as adults no longer watch the nightly TV news saying the programs too stressful American site the presidential election, covert anti-police protests and race relations as the biggest turn offs for in ten report losing. Sleep. Due to the sensational and biased TV news coverage. A study from the conservative Media Research Council says the networks reporting on President Trump is one hundred fifty times more negative compared to Joe Biden. The evening newscasts from ABC CBS and NBC, aired six hundred, thirty four stories attacking Mr Trump in June and July. Compared to just four criticizing. Biden. Heavily Cova cluster sending students online at some colleges. The University of North Carolina was switched to virtual learning just a week into the semester after a ten percent jump in Cova cases there Oklahoma state few other schools in Georgia also made ditch in person instruction. The thermometer in Death Valley California reaching a hundred and thirty degrees the hottest temperature on planet earth and more than a century national weather. Service confirming all that heat. The all time record was also in death valley way back in nineteen, thirteen, hundred and thirty four degrees. In a moment comma Harris and religion right back with it it is no surprise that current events might be contributing to more stress endless sleep. Eb Cool Drift can. Help. The cool drifts sleep system provides a cooling calming sensation to the forehead design a counteract the way the mind and the body reacts distress and it's one hundred percent natural. Cool. Draft has been clinically validated and users report improves sleep quality by ninety percent. It's lightweight and portable design allows for incredible versatility made to fit your lifestyle calming racing mind, anytime you need. Just. Rally listeners. You can save twenty five dollars off your order by going to try EBB DOT com one word. Dot Com slash bill and using Promo Code Checkout that's twenty five bucks off your order and you can use it risk free for sixty nights. That's try ebb T. R. Y. E. B. dot com slash bill use the Promo Code Bill. To save twenty five dollars. Time now for the Riley Update Message of the day secularism within the democratic. Party. Joe Biden is a Roman Catholic bought believes in on fettered abortion or at least he doesn't oppose it. That's a must for Democrats, these days abortion is not to be limited or even challenged. The truth is that the Democratic Party is mostly secular religion does not play a role. At the convention you're not GonNa hear. Much talk about people of fate. So. Let's look at the vice presidential nominee, Kala? Harris in this regard. She grew up in a Black Baptist church and a Hindu temple as their parents were from Christian, Jamaica and. Hindu India. She was sworn into office on a Bible self identifies as a baptist, the religion of her father. Her husband is Jewish. But Senator Harris is not your ordinary Baptist as she goes against the Religions Orthodoxy. For example. Kamla Harris is pro-abortion rated one hundred percent by Nero on her abortion record. Baptists oppose abortion. Senator Harris is pro gay marriage baptists believe in traditional marriage. The quote from their website is this. We affirm God's plan for marriage and sexual intimacy, one man and one woman for life. As Attorney General of California Comma Harris worked against hobby lobby's attempt to be exempted from obamacare's birth control mandate. She argued a trump judicial nominees be blocked because he belonged to the Knights of Columbus Organization. Senator Harrison quote. Since nineteen ninety-three you have been a member of the Knights of Columbus. It all male society comprised primarily of Catholic men. Were you aware that the Knights of Columbus? Posed a woman's right to choose when you join the organization. Of course everyone knows the Catholic Knights of Columbus. Up. Holes Catholic teaching about abortion. Sir Harris wanted the man to admit he was anti woman or something. The point of this commentary is not to promote any religious belief. That's a personal decision. But to point out that secularism has become a central force. In the Democratic Party. Jimmy, Carter J of K. Harry Truman and many other Democrats were outspoken about God and country. That is not the case for today's Democratic Party. Does it matter. Not, really. Democrats are going for secular voters not for religious people and it'll be fascinating to see. What American Catholic voters due? In November. I'm Bill O'Reilly and I approve that message by actually writing it for more news analysis please visit Bill O'Reilly Dot Com and please join our stand up for your country campaign. It's nonpolitical it's about America. 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Now, the rally update brings you something you might not know. Seven hundred, ninety, three years ago today legendary emperor, and one of history's greatest villains died in eastern Asia and in two decades of fear and conquest across two continents. I'm talking about Jenga's calm. Until. His death in twelve twenty seven. Con Rule the largest land empire in human history, the warrior consolidated dozens of tribes across Mongolia extending his rule as far west as modern day Croatia and the Adriatic Sea. Cons early life was as brutal as his rain at nine years. Old competing warlords poisoned his father and forces mother into exile she raised seven children on the Mongolian plains in total isolation. During his teenage years, Jenkins, con allegedly murdered his half brother in a dispute over food. He was abducted forced into slavery in his early twenties before he escaped soon after that, Khan began forming an army and forging alliances with local Manga leaders by age thirty he ruled most of Mongolia within fifteen years he would expand almost everywhere. Researchers estimate the CON- conquest with kill as many as forty, million human beings throughout Asia and Eastern Europe. His war against modern, day Iran would decimate seventy five percent of that country's entire Persian population. The number of human beings on the planet actually dropped by ten percent during Jenga's Khan's reign. He died in twelve, twenty seven after falling from his horse. His final orders were that his burial place kept secret. According to folklore his funeral procession murdered anyone it came into contact with. In order to Her cons last words to this day? No one knows where James Caan is very. And here's something else. You might not. 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