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The Delicate Rebellion's Hannah Taylor on supporting her community's creative passions
"Hello everybody welcomes. This week's episode of media voices with the media focus podcast. It takes a look at all the news of the views from the medial past week. I must've thought that you just had was for my view. West hannah tila phone for the delicate mobile. A biannual independent print magazine creators collective focused on sharing experiences. How to get on independent field we spoke of how uninspired teachers land hana eventually stop own magazine carnage and women to all of it creative pasha. I love it. I love it. The best motivation to do anything is spite pop to begin with. We're going to do the news roundup. I want the two of you to pitch me. That's because while behind in principle. I don't see how it's going to practice. So twitter has announced paid super follows which are going gonna let you charge for extra content on its platform so follows that acquisition of new south platform review of ago. Which have said press going into this kind of subscription mentality and it's effectively. One of us are hit atrium but linked to your twitter account. That was going to say. That's my quick. What form is this actually going to take. Then it's not. Just it's not just gated access to tweets is it. I know i think it's i think it's about the freeth i've seen used a law is bonus content right so i think it's accessed other stuff. Additional stuff basically patron. Yes but with tegas or literally just like. Hey if you subscribe to this one-size-fits-all subscription thing then you'll get access to are the no drafts of things on writing or exclusive blood. Can you match access to earn released any details yet. Because i'm not really got time for launch. They just kind of floated the idea and at the end. This is what i call on the horizon. It's i think it's at the moment that said it's bonus tweets access like community groups and also announced like a community feature get the interest and policy usual. Twitter reaction was like the r.i.p to a hashtag that has been i swear to god. That's been going every time to has noticed any change for the past decade deb. When they went to two hundred eight character like this just the through twitter. Yeah so this is more. This is more tackle than just a new feature. This effectively away of i suppose helping people monetize twitter. There's also this that. I didn't onto as policy policy. You can also access to a newsletter subscription which is where the your view acquisition comes in. So that kind of trying to tie on. And if you're somebody like i suppose. Casey newton for water better example you can follow case in the entree to subscribed his news hour to get bonus connecticut community around his newsletter and because they will own the a platform loan a great new set. Apart for ill then be a way to kind of tile together around individuals. Yeah i think the the the package i spent to this is what's important not. That's what the twitter reaction seemed to be. People thinking that was going to make people pay for tweets say okay. Yeah that would kill the so. This is not the point now. Never feel competence websites free. And it's like well. It doesn't have any after you can help support. Your favorite creator is everything was moving. that way. anyway wasn't it. People are always looking for new ways to multistorey in hard heart created content. And this if it's tying into review an is offering bonuses. This seems to me something. That's some certain the southern people could potentially use well. I don't think it's for everybody. Yeah definitely so for instance. I do because everything i do is what's is garbage. I was thinking it depends on how you to the way we used to Typically is to respond to the people. See this is good. This is pod chip something other people that know. They've got phuong. Twenty tweet threads the half go insane value. Yes certainly and you know. This is a bunch of different tools. The people to round. But this the unroll feature where you can up great moments out sort of one long article almost so in a way if you can switch gate some of that behind the pay-cut not make sense for those people. As he said. I just at the the idea of paying for tweets. I'm reading up behind. But i think the community group that needs to subscription that i can see working. I mean is is one of these things where we're we're in. The bubble suit doesn't help people are looking at this from such bubbles perspective that i'd like to know what like a normal since the event normally. Yeah one of filthy moguls saviour exactly. Yeah some. I don't think that's what the twitter trenches day after day after day we go we go on about newsletters and actually most people. Most people don't get newsletters. I think you've got to see this as a beggar. Twitter play. I think twitter is collecting. Just is face because tunnel. War is collecting the best but all those pupils social media platforms you know this the newsletter pot of it and then those the audio part of the over and then they've also was it spaces so that that's that's the version club has a composting. Yeah and then if this community idea so it's a bunch of stuff coming together here that if no timeframe on any of that stuff but if you look twelve months or eighteen months the facts create interesting.
Jihadists in Niger kill at least 100 in mounting violence
"A deadly attack on two villages in nigeria's tila berry region by suspected extremists must be investigated and those responsible brought to justice. Un secretary general attorney guitars has said. Mr guitarist. Appeal comes after an attack on sunday by unidentified gunmen on chango and zarem mbaye. At the weekend. It is believed to have left one hundred dead and dozens more injured according to reports. The attackers arrived on around one hundred meter bikes before splitting up and carrying out their assault. In a statement. Mister gutierrez expressed his condolences to the victims families. Calling also for the nigerian authorities to spare no effort in bringing the perpetrators to justice while enhancing the protection of civilians.
A New Type Of Multivitamin
"Hi sarah welcome to the show. Hi thank you for having me well. i'm kind of curious about your own background. So can you tell us more about that. And of course with jim is all about. Yeah so. John is hiring food first nutritional ecosystem to improve our human and planetary health. I'm so he believed food as medicine with that philosophy in mind were designing products that replace traditional supplements with real fruit bites made of whole foods plants in algiers. So we can get into more of that later but a little background on me. I've been long passionate about the food. Nutrition space. I studied this mortgage lens of policy sustainable development in college and then i went on to start my first company in a plant based Beverage space and i really had my own set of health experiences in my late twenties that brought me to realize just how broken our food system is dealing with commission metabolism that Digestive skin issues. You name it. And i always consider myself relatively healthy but it turns out better. Food system is just so depleted start of its nutrients today that we really do need to figure out how to fill the gaps in our diets in a more holistic way. when i turned to the supplement. i'll. I just found a lot of confusion a lot of dirty things a lot of things that did more harm than good. So that's what kinda brought me to building jen. I'm building this food. I on attritional solution so before we talk a bit more jim. I'm kind of curious. What do you think is wrong with on current nutrition general in the us. Yeah i love that question. I think so much how we look at our health and our food system is through the sort of reductionist lens. And so it's kind of addressing just parts of you not all of you and truly taking if you just look at our supplement. I'll today for instance a lot of it's just taking vitamin c. n. Driving that micronutrient straight into a capsule not including any of the other kind of health benefits that come from you eat real foods the bioactive compounds that enzymes antioxidants that really helped create a synergistic effects. Do a lot of good for your body and the way that we approach service supplements that same reductionist lens we eat. We have on our health in general even looking at our medical world right. A lot of our doctors today in their decade of medical schooling. They have one course on nutrition. So we're really just not approaching our health in a holistic way in one that takes our lifestyle into account as well. I think that that's a huge problem in in. Why we we just gotten more unhealthy over time. I mean even just looking at thirty years ago. One in four hundred people that often autoimmune disease today one in four you which is really crazy or one in twelve. Excuse me so. I think this just speaks to both the kind of decrease in our as a whole of the nutrients in our food system and also just the rise of These supplements and things that are working through this reductionist lens instead of building. Something that's more holistic and rooted in a more nutrient dense product. Right in. do believe that. There's no possibility for us anymore to will live without supplements. You think that's still something that that is necessary. And there's no warnings of that to get all of our nutritionist through our wreck vast lunch and dinner. Yeah that's a great question. I think you know it's sadly impossible to to get all of your nutrients from a well rounded diet in. I believe you know you should still shoot for a well-balanced diet but that's what happened to me in in my own story that you know just looking at an apple today doesn't have the same tree power due to our soil soils being depleted and whatnot. So we do have to figure out how to supplement our diet in get those nutrients that i think the way that our supplements have been set up. Today is one that isn't built holistically to put in play. And so that's what we're seeking to do. I think that the definition of supplement needs to change. And it's not just one in a gummy bear or pill or capsule or all of these complicated powder routines. It's one that really is rooted real food. And how can we choose these different plants in superfoods that have higher nutrient density to help deliver that And that's what we're trying to do with jam and actually with jan were a real food. Product actually fda regulated nutritional penalty. Don't have a supplement panel but we're really trying to replace a lot of those supplements and how we think about those supplements and how they're designed so to our listeners who've never seen what jim looks like what the what should they imagine. Well it's looks completely different than what you would imagine. A traditional supplement with tila quake so instead of a pill or capsule is a real food bite. So it's our first product is made from thirteen different plant based ingredients compress down into one. Chewable bite that you eat And it's all plant based it's different plants. Algae and mushrooms herbs and it's designed to address you in a much different way than most multi vitamins multivitamins have notoriously neglected kind of key nutrients that i think are really important to our modern lifestyle demands. So things like we have also gone to for instance gen and national gone desert really powerful adapted jin herb that helps regulate record levels. And we're all very stressed out nowadays so having things like that in your multivitamin and having things Other really great superfoods are the types of things that we want to think about. And how you and how you take your supplements what they're actually designed to do for you so it looks differently on. It's also designed completely differently
Vanderbilt-Missouri is the first SEC game postponed due to COVID-19
"We welcome you back. Our is live and underway busy busy I our. Thirty minutes ago we learned that the first SEC game has been postponed of this twenty twenty campaign it will be. Rescheduled Vanderbilt Missouri scheduled for this Saturday in Columbia. Now, be December twelfth. We'll talk to coach drink in thirty minutes and get his reaction to that. So here we go more phone calls in a minute a lot of fans unhappy from every aspect of the winners and losers speaking of the latter. Let's talk about the Lsu Tigers two weeks ago Scott Rabble a came on. Wasn't ready to hit the panic button. Everything was calm. Scott's gotcha very scopes. Scott Seen It all before. Scott. Have you seen anything quite like the ending of Saturday's game? Good afternoon how are you? and got to the NFL Yeah that's that's you mentioned I'm kind of reminded of the and it's not a good time Lsu that ninety nine, Game Alabama when just food he tried to run the ball down like. John elway. Pin Wheeled in the air came up a yard short and and they you know they they threw the ball and the they did it. They didn't score. So yeah, it was. It was reminds me of you not good times for Lsu but you know. I gotta say the way lsu played Saturday. On defense but also on offense failing to convert a third down there really is kind of justice. They didn't really deserve to win that game I, mean they they you know they pulled it out and they would've pulled it out there. It would have been a win that covered up a lot of a lot of issues. So what? I don't know if it's safe to go outside I. Mean I know I know the version fortunately escaped the worst of the storm the other day was farther to the West but I mean what? What what is the buzz in your town especially both Pallini and and I mean three games in he seems like he's on the tip of everyone's tongue is it fair? Oh. Sure? Yeah. Absolutely. I mean this is the this is the defense that You know this change Dave Randall left defensor longtime defensive coordinator WHO's hard under? Les. Miles. You know the several years ago he left me the head coach at Baylor. So they had to hire someone like forced out or anything. So hopefully knew who was here under miles and those first three great years in the Mouse Oh, five Oh, six Oh, seven the end up with a national championship and you know just it hasn't worked at me. This questions is Bo behind the Times is not adjusted to those are some great defensive back then with Clinton Dorsey and Tyson Jackson and and you know you're a great players like that got a little on Landry secondary great players like that, and you kind of wonder you know the Adjusting but. It's just been Y- coaches you're on himself is trying to put it all on him and the coaches and they got a coach better. You said that, Saturday, after the game you set it on his press conference today, they just lost followed. They're they're good players on the Stevens, their high NFL draft pick on the defense Derek Stanley Jacoby Stevens to real cox the transfer for. North. Dakota. State people said he might have been a first round draft pick. Had He come? Out and said of transferring Ali Gay Defensive End they lost a lot of great players, but this shouldn't be this bad and aurons You know famously said, then the all season, the defense look better in practice than at any time last year, and obviously that is not the case and they gave up eight plays a twenty yards of more. Missouri averaged almost nine yards per play and five and a half yards per carry it and it just that's just not. That's just not winning football and worst of all they all she just looked. I saw gene gene Chizik said after the game. So you. Look, like on Defense Soft and lost, and Lsu looks like both unfortunately for them. By, the way everything you just got through saying you could replicate for three or four other SEC schools except none of them are the defending champions like Lsu. Scott we're three games in I. Mean we all know that and I'm not sure how much you can value. A. Win Over Vanderbilt Right now considering the state of that program. But as you look ahead I, mean you don't look any farther than this weekend against Florida. LSU will need to score seventy points to keep up with them. Immediate? Looks. That way and I'm not a betting Guy Pa, my government I think I've looked at the over maybe go for that Florida's defense looks pretty challenge to Alabama wins and gives up forty eight points to stole miss. But the the disturbing serving big frail issue. Yeah. Everyone's having trouble defensively No question. Do you wonder if that lack of spring football or the proper time to prepare in the off season has hurt them But you know you look at that once you give six, hundred, twenty, three guys and the Mississippi State, history has been dreadful offense against Arkansas and Kentucky the last two weeks Missouri scored like I think three touchdowns combined the first Games averaging like fifteen points a game against Alabama Tennessee and it just go wild lsu just look great. I mean that's that's the part. That's that's extra disturbing prelates pans and like the lsu fans always. Always wanted this offense obviously, they complained for years and rightly. So by the the plotting less miles offense, but there's a lot of pride in the school, the the the the billy cannon is the star up in you know and and now Joe Borough and players like that. But the tried is always been the defense, the Chinese bandits, Tommy Tests Inova Win Dorsey Laurent Landry mentioned, Patrick, Peterson, Taran Taran Matthew, and what else he doesn't play Great Defense I. Think this is this is like a core value of lsu's program that is not being being held a lived up to, and it's it's very troubling Tila lsu probably would take a little less offense for some better defensive as. Scott Realistically I mean this weekend looks like a long shot I would have to say I mean still Alabama. Out There Auburn out there. South, Carolina am I mean everyone knows the schedule? I mean before the season some might be hard to win them all but maybe maybe eight or nine. Where's the sliding scale right now? Ball I don't know it's sliding really. Really. Bad way down the hill. You know a lot of hills here in Baton Rouge but he found it. It's sledding Hill that way. Down Victory Hill Yes for the team marches down normally before the Games by Tigers stadium is not vitriol right now I I like everybody else said like the six games else who's GonNa win and four games where the season's going to be decided Alabama Auburn Florida and Texas a&M, and right now I don't think he can after South Carolina just banning by the same score Lsu did Arkansas has played. She's gotTa go to they'll South Carolina, comes here in in two weeks I don't I don't think. There's any Sherwin left for L. Share on the schedule I don't think they're gonNA go one nine but I think right now you just gotTa. Look at what can you do to have a have a winning season they're still good players There's on this team in town they lost a lot from last year obviously, but you know the they've got to. Change, the things coach today coach talk today about simplifying both offense and defense. Again remember the offense was Owen on third down Saturday that's a pretty bad step to although this court forty-one points should have been enough to win, but it's still some really great players on the House Brennan. Has Not Been, Joe Borough, been very good. You know he's had over three hundred yards passing game over four hundred yards Saturday tariffs, marshalls been tremendous hit two, hundred, thirty, five, yard service and three touchdowns Saturday. So this, this isn't good players in the team, but they just got to get tougher and and find a way to grind out a win somewhere and and this is not entirely similar fall I gotta say from twenty. Dissimilar from twenty seventeen she lost at home Detroit and went to Florida the next week and they won the game I'm not saying I'm not predicting she win. But this have the size, a lot of field of that when they kind of looked tougher and more determined and they found a way to win and they've never looked back games on order on, they're gonna be hard pressed to avoid doing that obviously late this week. He had I wouldn't call it a charm to existence because now that you mentioned the troy game and there had been some ups and downs but certainly coming off the best year ever how is he handling the defeats? A He's he's trying to take a lot of the blame on himself and deflected from his team Not exactly deflecting from the assistant coaches said, he's talked about, hey, on defensive we just have one coverage and one one formation. Let's do that. Let's and you said. Some things on offense too. I think he's kind of talking about Scott Lenihan, the new guy, a passing game coordinator WHO and Red Zone specialists who take the place of Joe Brady who who was on the staff last year and of course talking about Botha? Lenient? Coach, and he said something telling today I thought that you said, you know the most Ryan. The defense but he he's he's going to you know be checked in on every formation every plan that they use you know as a defensive line coach that's his forte he he's going to be I think maybe a little more hands on with the formations they use and the and the and the coverages, and but some of that are doing well, he's Got Thrown out I think that. This is the defense he wanted this is he talking about being wardrobe four three and they've got a great. Turn of Russia there plus six turnover ratio they're doing very well at that the they're causing some some big plays in that in that regard and turnovers just can't get off the field and can't Can't stop people and giving up a big big yards on the ground, and then these these huge places. The elected eight plays a twenty yards or more Saturday and gets very, which is
The Future Of IVF with Dr. Zaher Merhi
"So My name is Dr Marie? Reproductive endocrinology further specialist. My is in Manhattan on Columbus Circle. The practice is called new hope for not center I. Am a father of two boys. Ryan is fifteen years old going through puberty and Adam is eleven years old and I love my boys and my dot com will be he's my favorite history years old any sleeps with me every night I literally feel like we're just gonNA continue a sentence from from before. So we were talking about all your. Treatments in all the different things that you can experience while you're having your IV thing that sounds like somewhat not want to call it a SPA treatment but there it just sounds. Nice. Amazing this it is treated. You know it's funny to warding job honestly, and I really love my job and a lot of time I get attached to my patients because you're helping them have a baby and you know I get Christmas cards every year and saying, Oh thank you give me a baby. What kind of you know it's it's really happiness I cannot explain and actually they send pictures of the kids and the children and I put them on the wall and my house. So I have a wall full of pictures of the baby, the baby's. Saying So let's go back because I. think part of this conversation was really like I the F. One. Oh one if you've ever been curious if you've ever thought about it if you've ever been, you know sort of confused about what it entailed. We really covered all the details. So those of you listening who are still curious about that providence to go listen to part one of this conversation part two is going to be more of like you. I mean, you're just so knowledge what everything. More of the cutting edge stuff because I think that that's really what your outfit specializes in and is so prized for is that you really are on this cutting edge of what does it mean to be able to bring Tila to a challenging situations and to do it in a really as noninvasive way as possible, which is actually fascinating Lee sometimes with better results. So I guess we got cut off at noninvasive chromosomal screening is that right? Am I like looking at this? Okay. Then noninvasive chromosomes screening our next is the following. Let's say Daphne has three boys and now she wants to have a car. And now she comes to my office and tell me Dr Marie I WanNa have a boy now are we gonNa do is we're going to do something called IVF. We suck the ads at your husband's sperm, and then we make embryos right sperm and egg may can embryo it takes down a week to make an embryo Now, a days in the last few years more and more centers are testing the embryos not just for the gender also chromosomal screening. You don't want to worry about having a down syndrome baby and then I'm Houston later on or have a miscarriage and then was centers. Do they take a piece of your embryo and then freeze the embryo and test this piece for the chromosome because it's coming from the embryo? We don't do that with the Knicks are noninvasive chromosome screening. We take the fluid at your embryo where it's growing. Just. A fluid water and with that fluid for the end without taking off your angrier. We're only has this technology and I can tell you a lot of people come to us because they were like you know I don't know if the biopsy off Ambrose rain debut and I don't want south sticking out of my my future baby you know they can out to be tested. So that's that's the knicks or none of his of chromosomes I can tell you I love it because it doesn't put on your embryo if you see how an embassy biopsies down the stretch like this and the Pum, a piece of snaps out. It's a little bit aggressive. So the next I think presents a lot of things and then you can also for tomorrow and you can have your boy if you want just journalists election. Yeah. Fascinating because the the a when it's growing remember we put it in a culture dish and over the week after we had the sperm and egg over the growth of. The DNA is thrown in that fluid. So that's how we do it. So that's I think is cutting edge technology reverted proud to have it at new hope fertility center. Why is it only you guys that have this technology you know other centers have done it for research and stuff, but I did not get a good result when we started this technology. I can tell you my secret sauce by the way to have fun. Waiting. But before we offered the to patients, you have to test it. Right. You have to do on the same embryo both technologies the old one and the fluid L. We got ninety nine point nine percent correlation other places they got sixty, eighty percent Max, and so it's the the lab hasn't really got the as good results if I wanNA, say that's Why it's not. So we have great technology. We have great lab, and that's why we have a thousand nine point nine percent correlation between both understood and has a nice. So we talked before about the Needle Free Ivf, we're you take pills instead of injections, correct pills and patches and everything. Correct. There's no patches. This fills by mouth by GINA NASAL spray. Spray interesting correct. Is it just as effective show? We have to be very careful because if someone is young and they have a lot of eggs, it's not it's less effective. Why because? The shots are more aggressive food for the eggs and younger patients have lot of eggs to feed. So they need more food. So the pills is not enough they need addition to shots but women thirty five years, and above it's as effective as the old conventional where patients plenty of shots That's so interesting and I told you I have a patient and Amazon me she wants to talk about experience about the. Home Ivf because she get, we sent to the house no shots just spilt and nasal spray and that we got a lot of eggs as she made four embryos and that's that's a lot I mean it's this is favor good. So yeah it's effective and then how long can you freeze embryos for twenty five years? So it's good and bad guy, and this is great question. Let me tell you why it's good and. It's bad. It's good because nowadays, some countries by some doctors are struggling with Beijing let's say you come to me ten years ago you've eggs and you at forty now you come to me after ten years. Now you're fifty years old and you. WanNa get pregnant with my own exodus froze ten years ago. Some doctors have issues with that because now they think well, what if something happens to you now you have diabetes and you know so we're GonNa be stuck in situations where actually have a patient I was doing a patient from Norway she froze her ex in Copenhagen ten fifteen years ago. Now she's fifty one and they said we cannot use your eggs because getting you're pregnant at this age is dangerous. But, that exactly so I mean I love the fact that twenty five years but also. Having Siblings Twenty five years apart. This we it. Let's say you do IV after they get pregnant and twenty five years. Oh, my my my brother is. So. There's a lot of things but last last part which is. The great thing about freezing for twenty five years is that there is a lot of abandoned embryos what am I gonNa do with them right. I mean some clinics in this country has adult fourteen percent of the embryos abandoned coupled who left Leftover Embryos And are gone and they're not being the freezing fees because they finish this they finished family. So that's why when you go back to the conventional idea when you tell me, I get tons of eggs but guess what kinds of embryos to that you're GonNa be stuck with for live. So I won't vicious the thing that, yes home ivf or gentle IVF or neither free IVF. It's good effective at your to be stuck situation where you're going to be freezing fees for twenty five years for embryos that you might not need. Right. A lot of my consultations are bishops will finish their family and they just WanNa talk to me about what to do that embryo and I don't know what to say, what are the different options, throw it out, give it to another couple or give it twenty such but
Trump Expresses Support for Oracle to Buy TikTok
"Tiktok apparently has a new suitor oracle reportedly joining Microsoft and possibly twitter in expressing interest in buying. Tick Tock. Australian and New Zealand assets. Well, today we're getting fresh comments from one president trump on all of this. Let's get right out of Josh Lipton. With more on the Tick Tock Saga Josh. So Brian. President trump is now weighing in. Let me bring those comments saying Oracle is a good company that could take over Tik toks US business. He also repeated the demand by the way that the US Treasury must get some share of the sale and there must be a resolution here. He says by September fifteenth now I also checked in with ever course Kirk maternity covers the name I wanna Kirk take on this. He says if Larry Ellison can find the right partners and get the right price. Then maybe this idea isn't so far fetched she says, Oracle, certainly has the cash to bit along with another. Firm with a cash pile of forty, three, billion and counting and Kirk says, perhaps, oracle could see this as more of an investment meaning Larry. Ellison would find the right partner or partners and then spin out the business once it's officially based here in the US in that scenario, oracle would not be running tiktok. It would just gain a big. New. Internet, client for its cloud business storing and protecting all that user data and also checked in with Brent Tila jeffries bottom line. He sees this as a low probability event arguing that Oracle is an enterprise company doesn't know the consumer as a spotty track record of emanate. It's Microsoft Brent believes that is ultimately the better fit here for Tiktok one interesting wrinkle hoyer though is Mr Larry. Ellison. He has that unique relationship with president trump the very rare tech exact that openly supports the president even reportedly remember hosting fundraisers for him earlier this
Gregory and Travis McMichael arrested in killing of Ahmaud Arbery
"That breaking news tonight. The father and son accuser shooting an unarmed black man while his family says he was jogging in southeast. Georgia neighborhood has now been arrested. Nearly two and a half months after the attack of investigation have arrested sixty four year. Old Gregory Michael and thirty four year old Travis McMichael in connection with the February twenty third shooting death of twenty five year old Ahmad Armory. The father and son are both charged with murder and aggravated assault. Rb was jogging Tila shores neighborhood when he was fatally shot with a shotgun. The incident caught on camera and posted online a week ago by Brunswick radio station prompting the G. Bee I'd in the video you can see a man identified as Aubrey running down. The street approached by two men. White pickup truck that stopped in the roadway officials. Say Three shots were fired. Two of them after our tried to fight off the man holding the shotgun
Jet Tila: Thai Food in America
"How do you describe the explosion of Thai Food in America and in Los Angeles? You know I think you have to trace it back to Vietnam right. Most major campaigns were flown out of Thailand right because of the Golden Triangle because our our relationship Thailand is his never been occupied or controlled by a foreign power was allies with the US so they gave Thai people visas so nineteen sixty six. The first group of Thai people came in in mass. My parents were in that group. So there's the beginning second. There's always been this romance of of this this American Romance Thailand. It's exotic that people are nights. It's so beautiful I mean and there's also the the really not so nice side of that the sexual tourism and all that but no matter what right. There's there's this halo effect. I think Thailand has on on Americans and then when we started the food all these flavor the flavor range European food is like herbs and salt and pepper and olive oil and garlic and Mir Poi and all of a sudden I got hot and sour and salty and sweet. It's so exotic. Yeah one of the things. I remember from the book though I thought was funny. Was that at first. Thai food is marketed as like a better tasting Chinese for exactly. Yeah and and it's because you know Cantonese foods little sweeter and richer or whatever and they wanted brighter flavors. Yeah but yeah like. What did people know about Thai food? And how much of that did you guys teach them? I would say pad Thai chicken Satay Dome Yum dum car guy. It was Thai food. Then you even chow main because you gotTa Games order start because again Americans new Cantonese style Chinese food for years. This was just like a departure and the image you get you know what I mean. It's like each gradually acclimate and learn. And then you start to get curious and Thailand is always has always been really aggressive about tourism right getting people to visit right right named ty culinary ambassador. How did that happen? By the way the truth. You guys want the truth right of course Jones version of very sort. Which is the the brutal truth right? You know the consul general in myself Three CONSUL-GENERALS AGO. Right because the post transitions every few years. You know we had a lot of Thai chef. That was were starting to become notable in America. We Ricker. You've got guys in Chicago then. There's so. There's a lot of mixed messages about Thai food. What is Thai food? Who SPEAKS FOR THAI food? We we sat down a room and we're like we need a position that that basically allows the government to say this person plants. The holds the torch for Thai food. So we need a culinary ambassador right. We need the guy and we need to create a fund marketing term for it. So I was like Dude. GimMe the ambassadorship. It sounds awesome. Any says a great idea. So you know we we have a we have a few program. Thais elect which is a government program that acknowledges Thai restaurants that are that are doing very well or or you know are good at certain things we have trade shows around the country around the world. Can you speak for Thai food because we also wanted someone that was in media? That was recognizable right. I was the only one at that time doing a lot of television. And so as part of your ambassador ship you're going around to different tire restaurants in really out into the field hundred percent and when I'm on television. Which is the best way to go anywhere right when Elton Brown says this? Is You know on our new shows Culinary Ambassador of Thailand like that sinks in but I just have to ask this on same. Whose idea was it to get matching tattoos and tattoos or have to my right forearm. That's is never be daunted. So Alton Brown and I did a bunch of episodes of a show called cutthroat kitchen together and over those episodes in hundreds and hundreds of hours in months and years we became very close. Friends like very very close friends. We were just sitting around one day. And he's like I haven't gotten a tattoo. I get attached to every decade. He said let's get together. Let's get hammered. Let's do it. Let's do it. So it really is a symbol of our friendship. And it's never be daunted as hemingway quote and the way that came to be was. We're sitting around the trailer I'm like okay. Let's let's get imagine to. Who's going to pick what it is? I am not A. I'm not a cerebral scholarly. Guy Like Elton. I'm like if I win this. Whatever we're going to get an octopus chef with eight utensils one each arm. Thank God he won. Thank God you want so you can actually watch the video of you. Google jetty loud. We actually wanted to put it out on social media. While we're getting Tattoos Watch we livestream did and it and it existed lives in the world now so there was this moment where like Thai food was cool and there was this moment where like no one knew anything about it. Yeah what was it like for that thing that you grew up with like all of a sudden be cool. Yeah I'm trying to think back through those years. Try to kind of like articulate. What was the tipping point? It had this phenomenally fast. Rise to UBIQUITY. Do you know what I mean. And it had to be between the eighties. Probably the nineties. Wow 'cause town was founded in two thousand right and I would say we were already firmly ubiquitous. Yeah that was the recognition right so I would say between the eighties and nineties for some reason. Thai food became
"So the show is Asian enough. I don't know what you feel when you think about the name but I feel like a lot of Asian Americans have trouble kind of feeling like they're enough whether you visit the home country and they make fun of the way you speak the language. Yeah totally someone has their own ideas about being Asian is and you just like you don't live up to it. We're kind of like about the idea that everyone's aged enough and there's also a culinary Asian enough as well. There's a lot of double standards when it comes to non Asians cooking Asian versus Asians cooking. Asian so yeah I I yeah. You're never enough. You Never American enough. You're never Asian enough. I'm Diane Chinese two cultures. I'm not enough. So I was like the intro to our podcast. There you go there you go and steal my sound bite so we have a bit. I guess one of our first questions is jet. Who are you yeah? I'm a native Angelino. First Generation American kid from my family I was lucky enough to come from the first Thai food family in America Right. I think I think if you go back in time. Most people knew me for being the kid that dropped their groceries. Offer bagged their groceries from Bangkok market. If you were if you worked in a restaurant in Los Angeles from the seventies to the two thousands you knew of my family's grocery store but more recently you might know me from being the floor reporter from Iron Chef America or you know judge on cutthroat kitchen be bobby flay guy's grocery games about six different shows on food network but at the end of the day. I Cook and I'm a storyteller. And that's it. And and and some sometimes a cultural anthropologist. I think those are the easiest ways to describe who I am kid from. La who likes to eat food and is constantly trying to figure out who I am. Where did I come from? What am I doing here is still trying to figure that totally in my mid forties. I still trying to figure out what my places here you know. I'm not around trying to raise two kids and be a good husband and father. That was great. That was such evocative answer to that question relatable. We're all trying to figure it out still so One of the reasons we wanted to have you on was just that story of food and and in your family that you told a little bit in your intro and was it hard to decide to go into food. Why why did you go into food mostly? Because I really don't know much else. In life to be brutally honest. My grandparents escaped. Communism left China to go to Thailand. My parents were born in Thailand. Lament here in the sixties. So you know I. I come from three generations of restaurant tours period and it was the craft that that gave my family an opportunity in this country right. We were poor And so I was raised in the grocery store and then I was raised in the restaurants and then I was raised in the farms in the fields of the produce company. So I tried to rebel up until I was twenty then I finally succumbed and I said this kind of is the only thing. I'm good at in life. So it's it was by no choice so you didn't grow up wanting to go into food then I well I had. I was in food right and I was trying to run away from food. I got was a security guard for minute. I sold cell phones for a minute. I installed alarm systems. I mean those are all the good things that I could talk about. I mean do you know what I mean. I dropped out of high school. Yeah you know so pretty typical kid. That wasn't a super high achiever for until I was like twenty years old Pretty typical chef's chef's jeans. You know I think black sheep rebel but not really because I wanted to be. I just didn't know I can't stay in a straight line. I can't live in a box. Is that the characteristic of chef and the older I get the more I come back to. It is a product of trauma. Were all basically either trying to relive a trauma or run away from a trauma and I think the traumas that I had were having nonexistent parents right wanting attention so acting out to get attention. They're always in the restaurant at the grocery store. One hundred percent and we were stuck their days off zero ride. They were never home. So when I was at the markets I was hanging out with my parents or the restaurants. I'd no choice so I think it was a constant cry for attention on my part but that is a common thread. I think in a lot of colon areas but for me it was very very kind of linear is very like pay attention to me right and I'm just GonNa do dumb stuff until you do. And then eventually you adopted the language of food. Yeah Yeah Look. I think I was born with it more than anything. You know what I mean. If it takes ten thousand hours to become an expert at something I was a grocery expert. By the time I was fifteen I was a culinary expert. By the time I was twenty. You know what I mean so I knew every skewing our grocery store so I had concurrent apprentice ships at a restaurant apprenticeship at a grocery store apprenticeship and then. I had a produce farming
Maintaining an Attitude of Gratitude
"I'm Janet Lewis and Dr Louis and we are going to bring you an episode today. Say Combo one is Part of it's called maintaining an attitude of gratitude and the other is to teach you about some different immune products that you may not be aware of so during this Little Thai were having at home alone. y'All can maintain your health. Then have a better chance. When this little wave comes through that you will be in a better spot so You know one of its being positive staying emotionally up lifted. The other is actually taking some products to help. Keep your immune system where it needs to be and for all of you out there that have been purchasing recently which there has been tons. Kudos to you trying to maintain your health during this and staying on your programs because this is where it starts really paying off and For those of you who are new to our show. We're going to give you a little bit. Hope here and tell you some quick things you might want to start doing to give yourself a better fighting chance Dr Lewis. Can you help us today? With maintaining an attitude of gratitude and educating us a little bit about some of the supplements that we may not know too much about well. We'll see what we get into. We were listening. You know. Jannine are being oscillated marseils which we're fine with each other. That's really kind of fun to hang with her but We were doing was watching TV Sunday and in the preacher talked about. We listen to several. Preacher talked about Psalms Ninety one and I got the Bible out and I've got all kinds of markers in there including a very beautiful picture of our sweet granddaughter. But there was no marker in Psalms Ninety One. I opened the Bible and it went directly to Psalms Ninety One. Now freaky is that And what that says he is alone. He alone is my refuge. My Place of safety is my God. Not Trusting the verse. Three says he will rescue you from every trap and protect you from deadly disease. He goes on and on and on Yes this is the thing and and when we talk about supplements for immune system health. We're not make any claims about what it can do with Kobe. Nineteen is just if you believe. Your body has Immune system you know one of the best things you can do is to help your immune system help you the CDC actually come out and say that vitamin D might be advantageous for them to actually say that it might be advantageous We thought was a pretty big deal so we thought we might mention Vitamin D. A little bit so I in that kind of the way. The story went unnoticed. Sal Janet so skilfully keeps me from going down rabbit trails. That was really good Yeah it was a former. Cdc chief identifies the possibility curbing some of the corona virus This was a guy from two thousand nine to two thousand seventeen I think. Cdc Director says it's a possibility and they although not proof that vitamin D may strengthen. Immune system noticeably say possibility in May Particularly those that are vitamin D levels are low and then they go on to say that. That's about forty percent of and I say bull on that or I say bacon sandwiches pastor rusty would say although his wife tells him quit saying Bacon Sandwich inappropriate. But we do. Labs on GOBS and gobs of people in their vitamin D if it's highs thirty to forty and these people say but I'm in southern California. I'm on Beach Florida every day. I don't care. Your vitamin D is Low. And it's not even beginning to get adequate in my opinion. Tila hits fifty and above and I'd love to keep mine around eighty ninety but I don't have the gut absorption to do that so I think everybody needs to take it. It needs to be taken with heaven knowing. What's there you know? You need the lab. I think so. it Well in the other part of that is Because a lot of our probably written down to their local health food store by some vitamin D Are they all created equal? I mean do. They absorb the same way. Well you know. That's a good question Tucson Arizona. This Jack Speer Coast Survival podcast. One time and he has about quarter million listeners. Night they'd come on become you know patients and want me to help him. God Amon nightside while I'm taking five or ten thousand. Many of them said fiber ten thousand units a day. I'll say well it's not working finally got tired of hearing it and I did the statistics on it. Ninety three percent of everybody taken five thousand. I use a day or more was not working. And that's because they weren't getting the pharmaceutical type grade or why high is that? Oh I don't know a lot of supplements out there like you're crazy ex wife but well and and that's why we do the one with the K. as well right for people that have an absorption problem. Because I think there's more going on than just taking a vitamin D or zinc and isn't there. I mean yeah it. It really is the day mobilizes the calcium and then the K- helps shunt it back where it should be. Which is out of your coronary arteries out of your joints and it should be back into the brain and not into your kidneys. Mike and Kidney Stones so yeah I I I start with the D Three K. Two and a good ratio that Yeah this article. Further goes on to say Vitamin D supplementation reduces the risk of respiratory infection regulate side. O'connor cytokine production and can can limit the risk of other viruses such as influenza soap. Remember the words King. Remember that I I WANNA get into it lighter I hope because when you get a respiratory infection or many other. Saadane storms it. It becomes a kind of a vicious cycle. And it's a good thing but too much of it is not a good thing and I made a note here if I can find it Cytokines well-known chemical associated with inflammation has been oscillated in patients with all forms of coladas now. So we went from respiratory Toco Ladas. I'm not saying you have your head up your that comes from a journal of Perennial Interior nutrition and it also goes on these notes. I said toxic intestinal bacteria can produce interleukins another form of inflammatory chemicals and it comes from Journalism -nology journal free radical biology so these so-called cytokines storms can get to be really serious serious thing not just with your respiratory system. Although that's what's getting most of the attention now. So it's anytime you have inflammation inflammation good thing. That's protective your body's trying to protect you but it can get to be too much and get to be a vicious cycle so the cytokines are inflammatory proteins and it helps attack the so called germ or bacteria or virus but it can do so much. That actually hurts the body. At least in Mobility weight-loss eroding muscle tissues and power defined disease in itself and. I think that's one of the big things with people that have fibromyalgia thinks like that. You know super chronic pain syndromes in and this is almost always caused by a virus or bacteria according to most of the notes operate so wonder about he at chronic. What to do about it. Well you have to have a good week. Vitamin complex and like Janet said. They're not all signed. They're really not there's Things that the some of the higher ups are talking about vitamin C. whether it's orally or or the Pro Neolithic enzymes. That's pretty seriously Important and I hope I get to some other notes. We talk about bow films and Protease Enzymes. Zinc men are some. Oh my God good research about Q. And we use Kyushu with online. Because it has a synergistic effect and has the probiotic enzymes. That makes it work better within itself
20 Minutes with Suzan Galluzzo
"We have a special guest Susan on the show. Thank you very much for giving us your time to talk to us today. If you could start off by telling us about yourself and how you got into the health and fitness game. That would be amazing. Thank you okay. So I'm super happy to be here. I love love love talking to anyone who will listen about health fitness nutrition. So thank you for having me okay. So I've always always Kinda into fitness. You know growing up. I realized much later in life. That fitness had saved me a few different times in my life without actually realizing Tila. My older years. Like in my teens. It saved me from being this insecure. Not so confident teenager in my twenties same thing it helped me found my passion and then later on when I got married and had my first child and fell into some postpartum depression. It saved me once again so it was around then after my first child. I decided that I was going to compete in a fitness show. And just for fun just to get myself. I was bored lonely depressed and I thought you know for. Give me something to focus on. I love being busy. I love fitness. I thought I'll just casually compete in the fitness show and from then. I realized that I learned this incredible information that I felt all women men needed to be privy to not just the bodybuilding world and. I thought why is this only four bodybuilders. Like there's such a holistic way about doing a transformation that should be shared with everyone. So that's what inspired me to get into fitness. And usually what is under? Your nose is what you were meant to be doing and you know so many times. They told me and I'm like no. I'm an accountant and I was in counted for seven years. And you can't make that much money and you know be purposeful teaching fitness. But you know when you're so passionate about something. The Universe is very good to you so from there. I opened by first studio. I was nine months pregnant with a one and a half year old and I opened by her studio ten Yod. It was eight and a half years ago. Most very busy period view obviously dealing with us in the business. Mostly shooter is goes well which is always outgoing. Like still passionate about my own olds his great to hear one thing. I did read that. You'd mentioned before is that. Obviously you're someone who has our family job clients to deal with and quite often people put others needs before themselves. So you talk about. It is important to prioritize ourselves. Sometimes so wolf advice. Would you give to people thought about doing this? What most people end up doing? Is they wait till they hit rock bottom to realize that. Oh my God I've been putting myself on the back burner. And that's when a lot of men and women come to me is when they get a diabetes scare or. They're in so out of shape that their doctor said you have to lose the weight. You have to do something about your health. But it's you know rat. Don't be reactive about your health. Just because things seem okay. We have to realize that you know it's twenty twenty exercises for all and it's mandatory mandatory it not a choice anymore. You have to be taking care of yourself to in order to live a fulfilling and a fulfilling lifestyle until our old age like why are we in wheelchairs at sixty seven years old. No we need to extend our life an extra ten twenty years. You know few of children. It should be a priority regardless with or without children is a priority so realizing changing your mindset when it comes to thin this and realizing that it's not a one trick pony. It's not just a only to lose weight to go on the beach. It's the lifestyle and it's it's for everyone and everybody needs needs to be a mandatory part of lifestyle. I'm trying to get it to be more attention to it. In our school years. You know teaching children the importance of how a fitness routine and getting into the lifestyle early in your life so that it will help you when the going gets tough when that stressful times when you know men and women are having families. It's like we need fitness health to be a part of our lifestyle exactly on. I think it would be very beneficial as well to give children a young age abroad exposure. To all the different types of things you can do obviously. There's numerous different sports a sport for everyone. There's obviously athletics fitness classes. And the so much and there will definitely be something that someone gets excited about and forget. It's actually doing fitness. And they'll see his something they love doing. Yeah I truly believe that especially with kids. It's like we need them to realize that you're just because you you're not that sports kid and you didn't make it on the team. It doesn't mean fitness is not for you exactly exactly. I think that would be very very beneficial indeed successor. How would you that however you raised your children to understand that health and fitness is such a key or as you said mandatory part of our life that will help us later in life while you know seeing is doing right. Monkey see monkey do. If you're not doing it and practicing the lifestyle like how can you tell your children that this is something? That is mandatory. It's going to help them. So because we are both me and my husband are very active. They see that they see that their entire life since they were bored. So that's their normal right a lot of times. They see parents that they don't take care of their own health and fitness and nutrition but they want their children to eat broccoli and go to soccer. It's like no it's gotta be a whole family approach so of course the kids and then also the importance of prioritizing right. Yes school matters and your studies. But it's like we try to take a well rounded approach with our kids that fitness and education. And you know mental health is a big one for us to the all these things matter and all these things need attention to not one gets more attention than the other. Everything needs attention because the end of the day were such complicated human beings that we we need to give attention to all these different elements that make us who we are and yeah it gives them an opportunity to explore like. Maybe they're not the sports kid on the team but maybe they excel in. You know something else. That's fitness related Doesn't it's the agree completely that you can't ready press others to pursue a certain lifestyle if you're not living it yourself save costs definitely true and I'm sure you found you. Continue to find because health and fitness is such a massive part of your life. This will actually help you. Continuously play with your children and getting bowled their lives as you feel you feel too out of shape to fit to to really grew up on play with them and see that a lot in my business. I see a lot of parents. You know that are struggling with their hell and are overweight or tired or exhausted. And they can't even play with their kids or herb. Take them on skis they. They're missing out on things that they could be doing with their their kids. Like you know. We live in Canada so ski trips and tobogganing and just being active in even going to an amusement park and being able to walk that long like I see I see it a lot in my business that when the parents failed to take care of themselves they actually the kids miss out. So what advice would you give to someone? Then pinches listening to this or because it's obviously going into the new year has just started the new year unless they wanted to start to finish any. What can they do to really initiate this process? I mean the one. The big thing is deciding. Decide and commit deciding that your your goals have to be big enough to excite you so you need a reason right. Think of what is your biggest reason for a lot of people. Should their biggest reasons should be that they want to live a long healthy life and for themselves they don't WanNa be pushed in a wheelchair to prematurely. So can give yourself really sit and think about a vision and a reason. That's my first step. I do with all my members. Then the second step is okay. What is going to close the gap from where I am now to where I wanna be and brainstorm. What do you think it's going to take? And then look at that list and pick twenty percent because twenty percent of our actions are responsible for eighty percent of our results till view. And when you know when push comes to shove and your schedules Outta whack just simply performing that twenty percent. So if it's like the twenty percent would to me would be you know signing up for program and showing up three to four times a week just simple sub getting my ten thousand steps a day. That's something that I start. Most people off with start with just being more active in your day to day. So that's and that's simple steps like just parking further going for a little walk at night you know so but it has to be well thought out and planned. New Year's resolutions are wishlist. And they don't happen unless we take massive action plans exactly exactly so on the reverse from then someone who has always had potentially help him to be a big positive life but they've recently gone off. The rails had a few weeks of with come back from an injury on period. How can people bounce buck mindset? I and I see that all its. That's an amazing question. I see that happen all the time. It's like oh I'm not that person not the person that's never started but I fall in or I had a setback and I see it happen all the time and then yeah and then and then you know what they're barest to come. Backer discouraged all used to be able do this now. I can't but it's like just do you have to go back. You will be a much better position if you go back slowly that NOCCO back at all and so it's changing that mindset that and we're not we're getting older right so I tell my members like listen. You're going to do the same things that you did even with me five years ago and that's okay. We adjusted but it's still we make it a lifestyle so like just get back into it after an injury. There's always you know I've seen him in. They'll have a knee injury. But that's that shouldn't stop you from. I always say. Can you get up in a car and start it yes? I can't well then you could do. Upper Body you can do. There's always something you can do But it's changing the mindset and being okay with being a little bit different exactly as you said that it was so that you can do my grandmother whose Clinton is that. She just started because I told her about how. Low impact resistance trading can actually help. She's having some issues and she's just doing some very light exercises on its cons of goodwill that's amazing and she's eighty exactly exactly something always to do. Even you know you're in a wheelchair like there are people out there with really significant limitation. That are doing it so you know an injury or any. I truly believe unless you're bedridden. You can work around most injuries or setbacks or binge period like just get back on. That's the best thing you can do is forget about what happened in. Just get back to it because lease so. She's making fun of them. How do we keep these behaviors took house? We made them more sustainable. So they're not just going to be temporary periods. They actually all be a complete. A sustainable lifestyle change so rituals and habits so we operate forty five percent of what we do is on the daily habits that we have embedded break getting up going to work so you have to create a new list of habits and routines and rituals. That you're gonNA stick to perform and and you you know some for some people. They need an accountability coach. And that's like so for example in my online program. I provide a lot of accountability in that. They have to submit photos every Monday. Soak that creates a habit and they have to other things after they have to do a meal. Prep twice a week and show me photos once they. They've developed that habit long enough which takes twenty one days. It then goes into a ninety day lifestyle so you have to be prepared to commit to. That's a hundred ten days of rituals and then it becomes lifestyle. But you need to commit to making those habits into
Street artists of Port Moresby
"The capital of Popular Guinea Port Moresby getting its first taste of street art as a city with serious security and crime issues. These streetscape suggest really littered with high walls barbed wire and graffiti prefer year one. Big Wool has been slowly changing that P. and G. Correspondent Natalie wanting met with the young men adding a touch of color to the city for almost two year thing watching is groups of young men paint a huge wall that surrounds estate mm-hmm knee where I leave in Port Moresby every time I drive past on amazed by the latest developments and the artwork is often a talking point among my friends slowly each panel has been transformed from grey concrete to a scene bursting with life there are traditional painted faces and boats rugby league players independent scenes it's truly incredible and beautiful after watching it's a month's swung I finally pulled out Tila chat to the office take a document attributed a young man named told me Ella is working on a painting the young woman most of the boys here wiccan not educated about nine no none of them went through unity the city you most of them came here with us from the local supplements and community they came here and they lent out the paint and most of the now they're very good you can come around yourself in Sierra on the worst the only the only professional these writings are boss was but all of us none of us went about this but we came here and we learn how to paint and now you can run you can see the worst of done brilliant I would certainly say you are all artists judging by what I'm looking at because it is so beautiful and and I can't believe that none of you have had formal training had you done much painting beforehand or is that just been learning on the job moving loaded job loosely the our bosses my uncle so I've growing up I've seen painter painting drawing and so I started US getting behind him and looking what is twinned lending from him I've become a very good I could say the voice would say could add eh they're all working for group cold toolbox productions the head artist pay to Ella has designed the work which they're painting and the painter you'll Iowa explains the concept mostly the other garrone here for the with the people that own the land and most of the pictures depict the lifestyle traditions and all that also the independence our independence was gained here just proclaimed this where we put this to get most because of the it's been a push recently to try to beautify Port Moresby Spike ins have been banned as a way to try to curb graffiti the young painter slack Tommy Allah have been getting a good response from the public right now I'm working on uh faith in the front face of or our province Gal and it's a I I would say it's my masterpiece yes out say out of all the things done so far this must have be and you can hear I would say you would say oh the buses come and stop in there and say oh good one oh you're not the dog a good one you and kids supposedly kids I'm happy to see kids coming up wall and it makes me feel very very happy and it's fantastic meal sense of pride among the ashes the project is also providing much needed work for them it's not very hard it's not you're not gonNA leave a very big heavy that's all boss say you're gonNA leave the very heavy thing and walk around or no boss is going to come in view instructions and what they do you just going to stand up brushing fan and that's most of the most of the voice right now they're working they get in something the pockets putting food on the table for that it's very nice for good number hip and see records a pretty good job then standing in tiny I love it I love it I've been working different different jobs over this time I'll just come in and just feeling the wind in the sun on my face to sit down and just painting and people come in and just the beginning saying it's all very beautiful it's just I'm happy I I'm GonNa do this I wanna do all my life is hoping that we could say more of these projects in in other parts of the Port Moresby saying you know really beautifying the city and seeing more of this artwork on display differently definitely research that this is a big thing for them and people respect this but I know this is just starting off so hopefully during this time Zone we we're GonNa do this and we're going to be the CDN hopefully go to other provinces as well thought more speed has a lot of issues to deal with if crime poverty poor housing and while some street art can't overcome all of that it's good to say it being so well received and affected kilowatt says that's what's inspiring them or it's been posted comments has been good we've we've Sofa android over because of the push to tennis next limiting so it's been good so far so but can I say group and it seems that people are really respecting an appreciating it I haven't seen much graffiti or things like that have you where it's needed so five gravity's out it's out it's definitely not not if you can see you know walk around the World however he said they are still having a problem with boomer y that's not that paypal chew and then spit a bit like chewing tobacco the trying encourage people not to speech on the wall. The groups now being commissioned to working other parts of the city once this project is finished because we are part of the part of a history history around here so we in the long run I think the boys it was a part of something that's really really worth were put mostly artists Gila a
"tila" Discussed on Forked Up: A Thug Kitchen Podcast
"The insurance claim last night. You don't remember ten minutes then I explained him. I said you know I used to take classes awesome you. It's through the TAB and he was like who would you like kitchen tour. Oh John you want to the G.. Move so we we became friends and then eventually started dating got married and like probably about a year and a half married and with a baby on the way so all right that's true that's true and when you know when he offers offers you a tour of his kitchen like you know he's he. He's serious all of a sudden. He's like Oh damn all right. Hold on. I need to take this series. Okay your stories match up pretty. Well okay good. I mean you know like when were you like yeah like I 'cause you were a teacher at the time right right okay. So when did you make that transition into food after my daughter was born. It just seemed like the right thing to do. You know he needed more help than or he's still in his uh-huh level. You need like five assistant serious back. I like I don't know how he he's got like ten projects going on at all time. I least expect to see him. He'll just pop up and <music>. I'm like how do you have children like you to the he's one of the hardest he's probably the hardest working person I've ever met and so much respect for that. Oh absolutely end known for so long to that's the thing it's like a lot of people can pull that off for a year. Yeah maybe three years for example today's his first day off and probably like three months and he's fishing. I'm like you go man. That's your fishing wishing on my phone out. They're just chilling exactly meditating. He was up at two A._M.. On his computer working left it three go fishing like this is the life of Genteel he you know maniac yeah. How is it then being on tour together because you guys are popping up on K._T._l._A.? Good morning do all over the place like how has that experience been to be together in front of the camera like this. It's it's it's awesome. I mean that was kind of a natural progression for us. Because I kind of dabbled in video editing you know prior prior to us doing any work together so when he first started doing more online content in the facebook lives I would edit his his video content and that was a lot of fun but then I would video his facebook lives and people would they you know they knew I was behind the camera and so they would talk to me a little bit and then we started doing it together in front of the camera and so we kind of been doing that for a while a but this is the tour is definitely for me been a baptism by fire you know because I mean you're doing live TV really and that's like element which is her for like three four minutes to get through lanes. E you better know your cam our favorite yet nowhere the cameras. Are you like. Don't they'll give you directions about like the talent or whatever show you're on there like they always like to across camera left so like stay. Stay the fuck out of their way. Yeah Holly Yeah I. It's it's tough because it's like you're on camera. It's live TV especially for us because everyone's like don't swear.
"tila" Discussed on Forked Up: A Thug Kitchen Podcast
"Hey Man like let me ask you opinion on something so the reduce and I was like dude on that not a fucking doctor like I write cookbooks clearly snake oil well yeah if you have to ask me. I'm kind of an idiot like so walking people through right so this all started because of a man who has called himself the medical medium his real name is Anthony William he is not AH formerly licensed healthcare professional but he has written several books on the healing power. Okay no fellow bestseller no shame no shame he has written several bestselling books about healing powers of certain foods roots his claim is that celery juice can lower inflammation support weight loss improve digestion reduce bloating and hope with psoriasis and Eczema based solely on what his instincts and this is true and with the spirit or it guides are telling him true true this is he is pretty open about this this. I don't know why we're all just glossing over that. Everyone getting celery juice. This guy has voices in his head telling Ellen him to tell y'all to drink salary juice for like checks out. Yeah sure guy look I could easily go down a wormhole of weirdness that this guy has to offer but I'd rather focus on the sci. He's GonNa want to so sure. CELERY isn't bad for you but it's mostly water and has a lot of vitamin K and vitamin C and it's super low in calories but none of this is unique to salary. That's just food fully do thanks Rachel Berman registered dietitian notes that anecdotally people report better digestion and reduce bloating when drinking salary juice quote what that may not be because of the special property in celery per se day just the fact that they're getting a boost hydration in quote.
"tila" Discussed on Forked Up: A Thug Kitchen Podcast
"Detected them in approximately half the meat and seafood products fuck in chocolate chocolate milk and chocolate cake with ice scene and pineapple and sweet it does not came from fucking pineapple and Diet is supposed to be the major source of exposure for Americans okay so the Environmental Protection Agency has concluded that for the general population the dominant source of exposure is from their diet a. and the F._D._a.. Noted that livestock can accumulate all of these chemicals in their bodies from eating contaminated feed or grazing on field where the Bio solids have been applied so it's so bad that is not only in our food. It's a row in foods food in the God damn ground. Yes and you can't get out of the ground. So if you're a farm is compromised with stuff people can lose their likelihood because people don't want to buy US products anymore it also these chemicals appeared in a majority. The fish tested from hundreds of sites across the U._S. Fish and trust the C._D._C.. So another branch of the government knows that some studies have found that this class of chemicals may start growth and learning and children may affect immune systems may increase the risk of cancer may interfere with hormones including the ability to become pregnant and these chemicals these forever chemicals build up in the body so it's not like a single dose. It's like a heavy metal or like arsenic was ed expression on the poisonous in the dose right yards not a not a single dose. It's it's over a period of time yeah and that it I mean it's all the difference between what is fine and what is poison is how much you consume so it's a steady daddy in ingestion of these chemicals that build up in our body that are causing these problems and the fact that nobody is really testing for them on a major scale and that the government's not regulating are like that they were like there this conference doing a powerpoint presentation tation essentially about like how we've turned food yeah and someone's like this shit is wild and they pull their cell phone out and they did the F._D._A.. To deny it while they didn't speak on it for a while and now the F._D._A. has released a document thing. Those leaks were accurate but it that they don't think it's a big deal. This is sure noble awesome that these levels found do not pose a safety risk for humans and it also said that they don't think this is a safety concern at all for people based on the available all sci. I'll bet that statement they released probably had no one's name attached to it was just like a general like public statement and not signed by anyone. There's no fucking accountability because it's our government yeah. Look up these P._F._A.. Assez says and these forever chemicals to learn more about it because I think this is going to be the new way worse than B._p._a.. And anything like that so this is the first I'm here I think it's going to be our generation's deet chewed so check this shit out. <hes> and you know I gotta wonder like I think that I'm a have healthy skepticism about stuff but there are a lot of people were sort of like overly skeptical about everything and they say like organic over conventional and like you don't Wanna a bunch of pesticides and stuff and your food like I worry that like news like that is serious as it is and and true can feed crazy ass trends like like like the celery juice cleanse my God okay. We've been putting off talking about this for a while mile now. Let's just let's dive into it so by now we've all been exposed to the latest health fad the celery juice cleanse people all over the Internet are drinking celery juice every morning and claiming that it's changing their lives just like those same people said about coconut oil and a few years ago Gee Berries and Turmeric pop palm pomegranate juice. Was it seemed you wheat grass. It's the same shit every couple years <hes> even like one of our business friends last week. I was like walking out and he goes..
What the G-20 summit means for currencies
"Joining us as mark mccormack head global head of f._x. strategy at t._d. securities mark thanks so much for joining us i wanted to start with the g. twenty and kind of how you think the various scenarios coming out of the g twenty could impact currencies kinda how are you positioning yourself there yeah thanks for having me to start but for the twenty i think it's it's interesting to think about that this is a part of an event ristic goes into a longer process of of the trade wars but to kind of think around some of the scenarios there's obviously the worst case which is escalating which is you know talks breakdown u._s. lapsed the additional three hundred billion worth of tariffs on china that seems seemingly unlikely at this point but the other scenarios are generally are base cases which is we agree to a framework to restart talks although we do not reach new deal so i think i think those are the two kind of most focused on outcomes and i would say ours is definitely the latter where it's agree to i guess to disagree but we're not reaching a deal anytime soon do you still or do you view the deputies yen as a safe haven in and around these talks that's historically been one of its attributes is that still the case in your mind i think it's it's a bit of a misnomer but i think what's really important about the japanese yen is if you have to think about the capital flows and if you think about avonex and quantitative easing and all the things that's happened in japan japan has the world's largest excess savings which for many years now has been deployed in the rest of the world equity market and also fixed income so what what really drives the yen on risk off is it's really the japanese bringing their money home so the fact that when when markets turn a bit sour and global equities have a lot of all tila ty- the japanese on strengthening because the yen flows are coming back into japan mccormick my wager is they say in england on the red sox let's painful right now i need to make some money back quick mark can you trade off asaka can you try Trade-off g twenty. i don't think so i think the problem is especially speaking with a lot of clients last especially the last couple of months is everyone kinda looks at a lot of these events is binary and even if we think about brexit and some of the other things that are kind of overhanging it's no one that we really kind of speak with that has investment thesis is really kind of comfortable deploying risk into vents you know they're tradeable we have trades of the week and and other ways we like to think about tactical trades but i think for some of the broader money managers these aren't becoming risks that there's just too much uncertainty and binary risks are just too hard to trade becomes a bit more of a gamble can we see big figure moves or is it more of a grind pair to pair i think we're getting to a point where we're going to start seeing big figure moves i think the last time i was on we talked about the outlook for the broad dollar and i think what we've seen the past couple of weeks is really reinforces that there's a top in the broad dollar and things that we had focused on earlier in the year was kind of return to the carry trade dollar that was weaker against emerging markets on reach for yield and i think what we're seeing now over the past couple of weeks is a major pivot not just for merging markets for the broad dollar but for the euro to start to strengthen for the yen to strengthen and for the the broad feds trade dollar to finally turn and start to re rekindle that bears trying to was on before it was disrupted last year so it's interesting mark so about the euro in particular to seems that the economic uncertainty in and around europe particularly southern europe persists what can euro do right here so i think you want to say about the euro kinda like this it's it's kind of an asset that's got a tremendous amount of bad news parts priced in it's especially on the u._s. dollar side of it it's the dollar seems to no longer responding well to i guess you would call it good news and i think the thing with the euro that's really important is that there's really not much more easy can do to try to weaken the euro they could try to cut rates that they have to have a tearing system but we're also dealing with the central banker who's a bit of a lame duck and i think in the in the second half of the year we'll know who the who's going to replace druggy but i think the important thing for the euro is the economy is is stabilizing it's no longer decelerating there's tremendous amount of bad news priced in our positioning evaluation models show that the market is extremely short euro and we showed that the euro's relatively cheap on a medium-term basis and i think what you're seeing if there's a broad base broad based anti u._s. dollar trade which i didn't this is why people are focusing on gold the euro along with the end become two very strong forms of reserve currencies that are that are also dollar traits well then let's pull that in your advantage at t._d. securities by your work with preah misery and if you fulled in her fixed income call with your foreign-exchange mix what does this signal for yield and particularly full faith and credit yield yeah it's a great question so what it is is it's the start of a fed easing cycle that extends into into next year and i think what you get is the fed essentially cutting rates if you think about where the u._s. ten year real rate is about thirty three basis points right now where's it going to be in a year it could be it could be back to close to zero but then why do we need that if we have cleared a solid economy well i think if you kind of look at the path of the yield curve what you're getting is is central banks are seems to be their cushioning for the potential downside that would manifest if the trade wars were to escalate and so i think what the yield curve in in the fixed income markets telling us that the central banks are taking out insurance but then what is good enough to to stabilize the economy where where central banks start to normalize and the next eighteen months or so so i think what what's really important is that we're kind of on the precipice right now especially with trade wars that the global economy could could get shifted into a negative feedback loop i would central banks are trying to do is stave off that worst case scenario and if they can do that then they can get that relation and so you know i think that's the impact where it's you know we think about the lags in acts of monetary policy this could kind of help cushion a slowdown as we move into twenty twenty record things t._d.
Sir Winston wins Belmont Stakes by a length
"Five Belmont. Stakes comes to a close with less drama than either the Kentucky Derby or the Preakness. But still plenty of excitement. CBS news correspondent Brad Tila explains. Four hundred now crowd of over fifty six thousand, Sir Winston under the clever guidance of jockey Joel Rosario held off the late rally of nine to five favorite tested us to catch the final jewelry, solid length. Long shot, Joe via who led until midstretch stretch finished quarters of a length back in third, the ten to one, sir. Winston gives Rosario his second Belmont and train a Mark catchy, his
"tila" Discussed on KOMO
"Eye on these stories with Tila van Cise at the editor's desk. Tom hutler, White House immigration reform plan is set to be unveiled by President Trump very soon in an afternoon event in the rose garden under the plan, the US would reportedly be moved from a family based immigration system to a system based on skills and employment opportunities to plan would likely include more calls for a massive border wall. That would be financed by new fees on trade to be collected at the border. President Trump telling reporters at the White House today. He hopes there will be no war with Iran. The White House has been downplaying reports of disagreement within the administration over Iran. It's been said some high level administration officials suggest the US take military action against that country. The legislature Missouri approving tough new restrictions on abortion, on the heels of Alabama. Alabama's governor signing a new law and restrictions there. Here's ABC's Steve Olson, Saami early this morning just after four AM sleepless lawmakers in Missouri became the latest to take their swing at abortion time of. Choices at time of conception, not after conception, senators here have agreed to ban most abortions after eight weeks. Even if the pregnancy was caused by rape, or incest, conservatives control the house, which is expected to agree. And the governor is promising to sign it into law as other states like New York in Virginia venture further away from the American ideal to protect and uphold right to live. I am honored to lead a state standing here today with many of my colleagues and with so many others who are committed to standing up for those without a voice. The debate over abortion, took a sharp turn with this signature, Alabama governor Kay Ivey signing a Bill that effectively outlaws abortion statewide, all human life is precious. If it holds up in court, the new law would make it a felony for doctors in the state to perform abortions in all cases, including rape, or incest, at any stage of pregnancy. The only exception if there's a serious health risk to the mother, the new law, the strictest in the country could go into effect.
Could California Get an Autobahn?
"Today's episode was brought to you by the new Capital One saver card with which you can earn four percent cashback on dining and entertainment. That means four percent on checking out that new restaurant everyone's talking about and four percent on watching your team win at home. You'll also earn two percent cashback at grocery stores and one percent on all other purchases. Now when you go out you cash in what's in your wallet? Welcome to brain stuff from how stuff works. Hey, brain stuff, Lauren Bogle bomb here. Germany is known for several awesome things including veer brats. And of course, the autobahn bundles Audubon as it's known in Germany is really just if federal highway system there, but to visitors the allure of the autobahn is the speed limit or lack of one cars can top two hundred forty kilometers per hour during normal conditions on this famed freeway that's about one hundred fifty miles per hour. And now, a California legislator is proposing. A Bill that could make the state home to what is being called the American autobahn John Morlock, the Republican state Senator from Orange County introduced state Bill three nineteen in February of two thousand nineteen to relieve traffic congestion along interstate five and state route ninety nine according to the proposed plan both roadways would get new lanes. One northbound and one southbound drivers in the new lanes would not have to abide by a speed limit though, the existing sixty five miles per hour. Limit would remain in effect in the. The existing lanes that's about one hundred and five kilometers per hour. The idea also could provide an alternative California's controversial long-delayed and possibly canceled high speed rail project the proposal comes on the heels of California governor Gavin Newsom announcement that the bullet train as planned is too expensive at an estimated cost of seventy seven billion dollars and would take too long to build. There are no official cost estimates for the Audubon Bill, but in February Senator Morlock told the Los Angeles Times it could cost about three billion dollars. He also said the money would come from the states cap and trade program which requires companies to offset pollution by purchasing credits. If plans move forward the American auto Bahn would be constructed along major freeways with Bela Bach area, which is about eighty miles or one hundred twenty nine kilometers north of Los Angeles at the southern point in Sacramento or Stockton. At the northern end that means theoretically vehicles travelling north at one hundred miles per hour. In the unrestricted lane could make the trip from Sacramento. Tila Beck in about three hours coin that Dr takes over four hours well over depending on traffic. Aside from improving drive times for those along that route the authors of the Bill claim it would also help reduce congestion, which would in turn decrease greenhouse gas emissions from vehicles stuck idling for that reason. The Bill specifies that funding should come from California's greenhouse gas reduction fund which regularly supports transportation and transit projects that reduce pollution. Critics point out. However, the missions go up at high speeds, so encouraging people to drive faster means there wouldn't be any net reduction in pollution, in fact, Bill maga- Vern a spokesperson for the coalition for clean air told SF gate that the net reduction in emissions theory is ridiculous. In addition to the pollution, concerns. Critics are also worried about the risks. To drivers Maureen vocal a spokeswoman for the national safety council told USA today that numerous studies demonstrate that Wednesday's raised speed limits. They can expect an increase in traffic fatalities statistics from the US National Highway Traffic Safety Administration show that in two thousand seventeen speeding was a factor. In twenty six percent of all traffic fatalities that accounts for nearly ten thousand deaths. Several states across the US have increased speed limits. For instance, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, South Dakota, Texas, Utah and Wyoming allow drivers to travel eighty miles per hour on certain highways and Texas allows eighty-five miles per hour along a specific stretch of state highway one thirty that's up to about one hundred and thirty seven kilometers per hour. However, the current maximum speed limit in California is still seventy miles per hour about one hundred thirteen kilometers per hour. With some stretches along the proposed Audubon. Route a little bit lower. Californian's shouldn't get too excited. Though, yet the Bill has a long way before ever becoming law and may never get there. If it passes the vote in the states house and Senate it must then be approved by governor Newsom. For contrast Germany's autobahn covers seven thousand five hundred miles. That's about twelve thousand kilometers, and there are some sections with speed limits. New drivers in Germany are actually trained on the autobahn to learn how to handle the high speeds and the country's licensing process. A lot more difficult time consuming and expensive than it is in the United States if California's autobahn gets approved this three hundred some mile stretch of road might only be a start to a larger system. Today's episode was written by cherise three wit and produced by Tyler clang for I heart media, and how stuff works for more in this in lots of other topics. Visit our home planet. How stuff works dot com. Hebron stuff instead of an ad today. 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Samsung warns of weak financial results on chip-price slump
"So much. Let's get back to George Soros director Solta brothers asset management on the line from Melvin George. We've had this line coming through from Samsung today warning of weak financial results on a chip price. Lump and analysts against alluding to the overall global economic slowdown and the U S China trade tensions. Do you think that these trade tensions are going to lead to further warnings coming through from big name companies like Samsung? In short. Yes. Juliet, and it it's a natural progression of supply chain disruptions when you have a global trade site interactive as we've had in the past decade. So this is exactly the top of things that I think Annalisa looking for and smell. Which which which company you'll get those downgrades which one to hold up the ones that don't have downgrades as big it's expected that's up to you. Very good outcome would be very good reporting today share price. But this is is it exactly what paper I think we're talking about and expecting as a consequence of tried. These pockets will continue to sometime, and that is why equity valuations not stretch that Tom the challenges people have investors, then when having look in the market the and I still hear debates about whether or not resolution of the trade dispute between the US and China is priced in. So let me just put it to you like, this is it possible that the US China trade war is now kind of like Brexit. It's lost its ability to Royal global markets. Yeah. That's a good analogy very sympathetic to that about the using that that it's it's it's it's exactly that. So we know that the try tensions from the number one and number two economy, his side's massive supply shocks to the system. But it's it's it's it's the the terminology and the debate on the discussions that it's hard for a fund manager like ourselves to type a decision from another tried talk and the Brexit analogy to like I said, I'm very sympathetic of it seems today what is real? And what is not real when Chanda processed in? And and the ad said that confusion as well. So in terms of that confusion, how do you allocate in this environment? A you holding I guess more of the supposed safe havens cash. Yeah. So so we've been doing last month's look getting such good rallies in developed market equities attacking proper still a risk on either y on risk taking profit because it's been such a good quarter fortunate from rallies from December understood assets kualakai still has a day at providence equity mandate. Those teams that they seem to be doing quite well D'amoto coming in and broadly up the capital structure where you can be in the stage of the size still looking for quality credit in the capital structure. If you don't get back into the equities with the whites but much lower something in that credit spectrum. A good debate as well. So if you're taking a little prophet here. Are you more concerned that the next big catalyst could be a negative one versus a positive one. And in your mind. What would be a nice positive catalyst? Yeah. Positive catalyst, would they? Some positive language around global tried and sentiment dying forward at a large scale, and that would be a positive language from the US trade wars and China positive doubt. This will happen. Brexit scenarios going for the next sorta. By sort of things very positive sentiment indicators that you know. Just reinforcing a something. I said ten minutes ago, we are expecting Bala Tila the equity markets to pick up a little bit. And that is possibly a good thing. And just saying that various people trying to understand what the NFL occasion codes are coming from generally slot, Iowa to remind we have been trimming is within we actively in and out technically with either whites and onto whites way, we can and we'll just say that volatility picking up as people second guessing the degree of slide down. And when the flattening happens when the consolidation.
Fixed Income: Definition, Types, How It Affects Economy
"Let's talk fixed income Alex Harris bond reporter for Bloomberg news is in our Bloomberg interactive brokers studio, Alex so nice to see you. What are some talk about a crazy busy week free? But what are you looking at the markets today today, thankfully was a little bit calmer. You said it was boring. We're a little more come on. Let's just be relative to what was happening yesterday with the FOMC minutes. And there was a lot packed today. A little bit calmer was seen a backup and yields however, still range-bound because again, there's all this uncertainty floating around. So I think really today's move was driven more by the investment grade corporate bond calendar. You know yesterday you had alive lily come in with a with a big bond issue. Tens and out the curve and their funding an deal Tae, Boston scientific four point three billion. They were across the curves. Five cross the curve excuse me, five years to thirty years or bond market alive and kicking alive and kicking as long as there's day where you're not getting a whole lot of fedspeak and things are relatively calm. And there's not a lot of volatility. I think they can come in. And that's what's pushing the market a little bit. You have the five thirty s curve is steeper today. It's round fifty three basis points. So in on the new issue market what's the reception in there? And what's liquidity in the marketplace? Mean you're still getting people taking down these deals in clearly they're coming and they can come with four point five billion yesterday from Lilian then Boston scientific and follow up with another four point three reception is still good and as long as follow Tila ty- remains somewhat subdued and now the feds on hold. I think it just gives you a bit of an opening and the long end is an attractive place. For issue. Just because investors want that yields. So they're gonna pick up what they can get. So, but again, you know, ten year thirty year treasury yields still rangebound, we have trade uncertainty. We have Brexit uncertainty. We have all these issues on the table that have yet to be resolved. And until we get a resolution. A can't see the treasury yields breaking out one way or
"tila" Discussed on Brain Science with Ginger Campbell, MD: Neuroscience for Everyone
"Dealing with environmental challenges. So you might think of the range is going from reflexes to emotions all the way up to cognition or thinking and all of them are needed for surviving in the world. So I don't want to focus on the technical aspects of this book, even though they're very important. But I wanna take a moment to reflect on one of the key differences between the way neurobiology and cognitive neuroscience approach emotion and everything else for that matter systems neurobiology uses vocabulary from neurophysiologist cellular biology chemistry molecular biology, they pretty much void talking about the mind because their focus focuses the brain at the microscopic level. So that's neurobiology cognitive neuroscience uses a lot of terms from psychology. And they talk about the mind allot because they're focuses macroscopic this creates difficulties in translating between the disciplines there's nothing about science requires at one fields explanations will map directly into another's. Some people think that psychology will be. Placed by neuroscience, and other people think psychology offers a level of explanation that doesn't need to evoke neuroscience. My take on it is that I don't think neuroscience is going to replace Ikoyi. But I do think it's important that psychology incorporate neuroscience to the extent that they make sure that their theories are consistent with neuro science, as we know it in any particular moment, so that they don't have a theory that is contradictory from neuroscience now this dichotomy between the idea of psychology and other explanations, it's not the same as the classic materialist versus non materialist view of the mind versus the brain because they're both materialists systems, but they're operating at different scales. Macroscopic versus microscopic. The problem is bridging from one scale to the other is not straightforward one reason for this. Is that some properties are emergent? And they just can't be predicted from the level below a simple example of this is that wetness doesn't exist at the level of single molecules. So when we hear about large-scale network small worlds and hubs none of that easily maps down to lower levels of description, and really we don't know what the best level is for understanding emotions the goal of neurosciences to have a complete causal description that allows prediction this is probably going to involve multiple levels. One subject that is discussed in great detail in this book is how to get from correlation to causation that's a very important topic that I'm going to basically skip today for time constraints. But one key point is lots of time we have correlation without being able to prove causation, especially if we're dealing with things like F M. Or I dated from human studies. That's one reason why we need the animal studies as a way to test whether correlations or causation and also to give us clues about were to look when we do human studies. So we're going to talk a little bit about what we have learned from animals, and I'm gonna focus for a minute on what we have learned about the amid Tila because this is something that really has come especially from rodent studies in both the old ideas and newer ideas. First off, it's not the center of fear. Even if the goal is active during fear that doesn't actually tell us much about the mechanism a good analogy as you're looking at the speedometer of your car, and it tells you how fast you're going, but doesn't tell you anything about how your car works. So how do we know that the amid laws not the center of fear? Well for one thing when you destroy it. It doesn't necessarily. Impair all the aspects of fear some of that is from human studies. And as I said, we don't know it's causal role. It might actually be part of a distributed process. As far as fear goes. And we also don't know how the level of fear is encoded what causes an animal to go from freezing to the next level of flight..
The Boom of the Baby Trackers
"With pay pal. You can rely on a trusted payments partner that processes over ten million payments per day when it comes to growing your business. Pay pal is your payments partner for today and tomorrow, visit pay pal dot com slash growth to sign up for a business account for free today. From wonder I'm David Brown. And this is business wars daily. It's Wednesday November seven dreaming of onesies with ducks. And dinosaurs, these days as more and more women, wait to have babies. The process of making those little ones seems to be getting harder make sense birth rate. For young women has been falling for years, but it's been climbing for women in their late thirties through fifties. When getting pregnant can be harder and about as much fun as changing truckload of dirty diapers. Used to be the only real solutions were expensive and invasive for Tila treatments while now millions of women are turning to for Tila tracking apps. It's a measure of how desperate wanna be parents are that at last count. There were more than one hundred trackers with names like clue and period summer, free, others using wearable technology cost if you hundred bucks one of those. Is a a fit bit like bracelet who sensors track a whole bunch of signs from skin temperature to resting pulse. Rate to stress levels. All while you sleep Avis proprietary algorithm mush is all these numbers together to detect changes in hormone levels and to predict which five point three days of the month. The woman is most fertile it's up to you to get out the candles in the wind. Ava Swiss company says its predictions are accurate. Eighty nine percent of the time. Critics however say that figure comes from a study of only about forty women and that no one is yet determined whether any trackers shortens the time it takes to get pregnant, but at two hundred forty nine dollars is not the cheapest way to grow your family flow. That's F L O might be women enter into this free app. Everything from their menstrual cycles and sleeping patterns to mood and energy levels in return, like Ava flow, predicts the most fertile times of the. Month. The company claims it has seven million users. The question is how many babies in the game of life nothing. So far is foolproof. But these apps may be a serious first step toward planning that much wanted baby shower. From wondering this is business wars daily. If you like our show share it with your friends sent an Email tweet, whatever you tell them to subscribe who knows listener just might be born and thanks. I'm David Brown. Mark. Business daily is brought to you by pay pal. Once an attorney in New York City, Linda transformed her resale hobby into a thriving luxury consignment company called Linda stuff. What was once a passion project that started by selling her kids? Video games is now a one hundred person company in ninety three thousand square foot facility wholly focused on designer fashion as a company specializing in high end, previously owned goods, reputation is everything integrity and trust. Or a critical part of how the company operates from day. One Linda has counted on pay pal every step of the way to help. Give her customers confidence and protect her business from fraud, even when selling internationally when it comes to growing your business. Pay pal is your payments partner for today and tomorrow, visit pay pal dot com slash growth to set up a free business account today. That's pay pal dot com slash growth to sign up for free today.
"tila" Discussed on Conversations
"Of you baby. And and also means if you go to. V if you more likely to be pregnant, and there's so much research around now that if you smoke if you partner smokes, then there's a greater incidence of childhood cancers in children born to that partnership. So the first thing is do actually clean up your act and get healthy. And then think about what treatment to get before you get to via. But for Tila is such a huge business. How expensive is it to get RV'er Finistere? It is a massive range of expenses. So these clinics at both Bill, and there's still a cost because there's somethings that Medicare doesn't cover one of the great Hex tall by a highly respected fertility. Doctor was to go for Tila, doctor that that works for an IV that is decided with the bump billing clinic, and there's a few of them and ask them if the protocol of the boat building clean, it would be appropriate for you. That will save you thousands. I guess a run of the mill clinic it can set you back thousand to ten thousand dollars up front for H cycle and you get roughly half of that back through Medicare. Then is take. Clinics might work solely with older women. Women who have in Dmitry ISIS or men who have had typically cancer or something and that they can be real expensive that can be fifteen thousand dollars and you get four or five thousand dollars back. So it's an incredibly expensive, and I try not to be critical of the papal involved because yes, it's expensive. But there are papering in those some people in those clinics who are incredibly passionate on them. But then I also heard horrific stories of paper being traded like a sausage factory locker production line. The biggest takeout. I want people to have is you own your treatment be responsible for your treatment. These doctors are trading ten sometimes hundreds of PayPal be best advocate..
"tila" Discussed on Watch What Crappens
"Speaking broken butts, have you spoken to Calais. Backup. We're friends with backups. We've added a lot of today. Yeah, something so big by, but he's this is this Vicki's faults. I think big issue ran it by Kelly because a, I think she should have just been sensitive enough to say, listen, Kelly. My boyfriend wants to invi this couple out on a double is at an issue for you. And if it's if she said, yeah, that's an issue. Then I wouldn't have gone if she said, no, it wasn't an issue, then I want to go on, but I think she should have brought it good. Hear about that through. I don't think you want to hear about that through third parties. Do you know what I'm saying? Kind of embarrassing and and Molly. I mean, when you're married that long, I mean, even though you're, you decided in it doesn't mean you still have some feelings for the guy, and then she's got the daughter, and I don't know. I think I think Vicki made a misstep and I think Vicki new at the time she probably shouldn't have done it. But Vicky knows that she can get everyone to forgive her. That's about Michael cancer Tila cancer about a date. So k. to cancer. No. Something Vicky would say to get someone on their side as through his cat Killick Coetzer. So Kelly, let's see a Tim, like on a, I'm on Kevin side, which of course. So everybody's on the same page there. So next receive this chick Emily at the gym with her at a family, Jim, who came up with that? I don't know thing now. It's not versus dangerous for the kids. Secondly, no one's going to really get into work out. And third, what was that? I didn't get it for me. It'd be my mother there right behind me like. Yeah, I think you go on a family trip to Disney World. I don't think you're gonna family trip to the gym. Disgusting place. So she's there with Larry, her father in law and her mother-in-law Perry. And you know, typical typical mother-in-law with the son that just sits on a couch and drinks juice all day about that. He has these lifts and he's just sips juice. Hm. The kid Celtic job funny, maybe he's retired. No, you never even got his bar. That was the whole argument. Oh, yeah, that's right. But wait a minute. So maybe semi-retired because how can he support the family if he does have job? Yeah, no, I get that, but he still, you need to income to live the way they live. I don't know. I'm wondering if they have one of those like OC starter houses where she's no, she's going to be on the. They had to get a bigger house. What I mean? They do that. See, I kinda thought until he's talking about the bar that maybe he just did other things not lawyering. You don't think he's doing anything. She's doing something because I talked on g. chat. That's how they like hooked up. And I think they were both at work or something. I think he's got to have some kind of a dog going. Just not lawyering says he works. Oh yeah, we know what he does. He does like workers call during these haven't gotten their bar. Pass thing. Do they do is they go work for a law firm and they work under that law firms umbrella, and they just can't charge what real lawyer charges are certified lawyer charges, and they charge less and the law.
"tila" Discussed on Cleared Hot
"The the thing that that i'd written in my notebook at the time was like twenty two is just a preview and you know in one more year i'm gonna buses shit wide open and i was what you did i get yeah i'm gonna say you did yeah i'm not even steeped in climbing but i i just had a bigger i mean i i like to there's a lot better climbers than me for sure active in that area many of them were there i mean to run into like suit that the year after so let's see the the concept of the enchaine ment had just sort of been born in in a sense and that basically came from the guys who live in in in in china had climbed fucking everything already and they're sucking these mountains aren't getting any taller have you ever noticed that if you climb the north face of les trois and you go down the south face that it puts you at the base of the north face of the aggregate tila and if you climb the north bay so that it's the leifer and you just send off the backside that puts you base of their graduates like why don't we just string these things together and so the the winter of eighty four partially because that could that could season profile had done just i sold the north face late watt want to got down the backs and i think he did it in the winter but got on the backside puts right at the base the plethora did that then sold the shroud in the grandeur assen drop down into italy and you know history back through the tunnel to get home and and so that this started building applegate what would be the cool things to do so the summer of eighty five he climbed the north face of the matterhorn north face of the idea and north face the grandeur ass back to back with helicopter liaisons in between and and it was like and did it just under twenty four hours he wanted to do the walker spur on the grandeur ass but could by the time he got there i mean that would be the one you'd start with probably because it's the hardest of those routes which later iterative of this idea did did start that way but the and that's just boom i'm fucking mind i was there that summer when that happened and i couldn't wrap my head around it like i done the north face the that song summer with rope and two guys had climbed the walker spur in a day but had to sleep on ob because his kind of long day yeah yes we bill acting the whole like an and and part of that was you know to receive is like the last july and we climbed the the walker spur i think we pass thirty people on the route and slept in thuc and whole on top was twelve others mean just overcrowding was was an issue so the very best guys were there and that's why ended up there and the only reason that that for me it developed a spent three weeks there in eighty four four months and eighty five there for about six weeks in nineteen eighty six and are you pushing the needle incrementally every one of those years you're going back taking the enchaine ment look when i one of the things i love the most about the type climbing east us just ridiculously lightweight hard ass push in i mean that description that i just gave is not it doesn't do justice some of the stuff that i've read about the pushes you've done or the pictures you have of yourself at the end of those things i mean obviously you have to work up to that so every year where you're going back and just pushing the gas pedal a little bit more a little bit more yes and and i was in the beginning i was more interested in developing my technical bility and finding my way around the.
"tila" Discussed on Part-Time Genius
"As guard animals of vans the idea was that if somebody could get suit that than than maybe he could be worthy of her and eventually someone dead and this is the part of the guy because the guy who eventually was able to kill both at the snakes in make alive to to was named alf so if they got married they would have been out elsa of but where the story starts to kind of veer away from the whole sort of eight oh who consistent council rescued by the the handsome prince thing is that she was giving the decision winced once he made it through killed pets she decision do you actually want to marry him or not and she actually chose not to and instead became a pirate with a crew of lady pirates with her and they tore down the the baltic cd around the coast end she amassed a a flotilla she basically came became a pirate admiral and i just i just love this idea of it being like i could get married or i could be a pirate and that's fun miss it you know is also kind of one of the lake ancient beat cute stories because alpha of course has never forgotten about this beautiful maiden who in a suitcase in so modest and yet spurred his advances and decided to become a pirate that he's been following he tried to find her and eventually he comes across this this this lou tila of pirate ships viking pirate ships right and in his head he thinking like writes nothing will keep me from my love i know i'm still close to her gonna find her it's gonna be great could be awesome i decided against these pirates i of their fighting's fighting on the deck is on the pirates on he accidentally knocks offer one of the pirates helmet and is her.
"tila" Discussed on Forked Up: A Thug Kitchen Podcast
"A vegan oyster sauce which is easy to get yeah it's basically i'm a mushroom thicker mushroom oyster sauce i like to use brags a lot amino acids yeah fish sauces a hard nut to crack man like we saw substituting fish is probably the hardest thing in the southeast asian pantry but i'll eat brags a lot with the little bit of mecer like no berman association get that full on mommy do a little yellow me so and brags together because you know me so although it's not from the ocean gives you that kind of ocean you mommy yes because two and then combo of you and so all that stuff it's about yeah i'm not going to be the culinary arm artistic on i'll take photos right jokes i cook food and right i can see that but yes we'll be sharing that recipe with our audience do you have any tips for people who are just trying to get in the kitchen since you are such a teacher totally asian wise we're just in general just like people to build up their competence i am definitely a person who believes cooking is like kung fu right it is full of like techniques yeah right and patient and practice your techniques so fundamentals is everything so so so if you're gonna row something like roast one hundred things yeah roasted mushroom rosta brussel sprout rose to this rose to that and understand what that does and then when you go to grilling grill the shit out of everything you have to understand oh he does this deferred and then you braise and then you fry.
"tila" Discussed on Forked Up: A Thug Kitchen Podcast
"Tell ron yeah yeah from crossroads crossroads intel ronin would spend like a week a month there's another unless hausa hustler he's like he's like jay z level though yes billionaire yeah i why and like unassuming he is and you're like he fucking owns everything people are successful is that they just they downplay the shit out oh yeah yeah the real homeys talk about you and i will of like you i was the south beach last through the bobby flay but that's like that's like bullshit that's like the bullshit thing he's oh yeah it was on set for the next star wars movie i gotta fluent in with i created fake meat yeah he does calming voice team you know we mapped the genome of this nut i'm such a poser cooked with him in that i went so deep india plant b's cooking in it was such it was a true renaissance because i've been cooking for about thirty years now and a few times in your life your life changes you're actually transformed right and spending months with towel transformed the whip thought about food and he really opened up the world of plenty of cuisine to me and that was it so again this is to him and to all the homes at the lady plantbased because there's you get i learned late you guys are professing that there is no flavor that substitution there's anything if you know what you're doing yeah exactly yeah and you really break down what to have in the pantry and everything like that and because you have recipes that are specifically vegan and here it teaches you how to vegan is that other recipes maybe aren't i i find really valuable and i can imagine you know when i was starting off as a cook meeting something like this for sure so look in your asian pantry this we need right you need.
"tila" Discussed on Forked Up: A Thug Kitchen Podcast
"Your grandparents are from china and thailand thailand and then you guys moved here and so living in los angeles i mean what a better culinary background there is no there's no city like la it's the only city in america that can go that can create this environment where you're in fifteen miles between titanic on chinatown little little tokyo koreatown i keep going in and do you want to extend another twenty miles you've got little saigon again anyone who lives in la for over twenty years or was born here we are exposed to all these ethnic cuisines done right every single day so and because of our access tell all this great produce and everything else like everybody is at the top of their game here in los angeles and yet we were just talking more like no excuse for anyone los angeles to beating taco bell it's three for him because tyrez close it through all the best food affordable prices and you can really like if you can't afford to go around the world you can afford to eat around the world here in los angeles and they're all coming here david chang's april's ear like they're we are getting we're getting our credit finally line you're from texas in northern cal from nothing california so you remember that shoe we've only met once remember this and you all here for how long ten years okay tint was it he'd timelines ever we in with our audience we want to share the vegan drunk noodles.
"tila" Discussed on Forked Up: A Thug Kitchen Podcast
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"tila" Discussed on Forked Up: A Thug Kitchen Podcast
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"tila" Discussed on Forked Up: A Thug Kitchen Podcast
"Tell the people like what what is in i guess i'm leaving out a lot of details so the rodeo is like this giant block party that happens pretty much every night for a month it's like four weeks long state fair on steroids right right it's like there's this constantly food there's live music everyone's dressed to the nines like with cowboy hats and boots and like everyone's on bolo tie ties for days do that's g shit but i don't i'm not saying off the radio i guess i just think that the fact that it's still the animals are such a big part of it really bothers me it even bothered music kid because you just see these grown men like on an animal chasing another animal to russ russell that animal to the ground as fast as possible when they could be seeing some like world class entertainment right otherwise did you guys get some huge yet so like some of the live performances been like elvis performed at the rodeo of up can beyond sate last year she did daddy issues with the dixie chicks at the doubt everybody like johnny cash selena think blink one eighty to perform the rodeo is a party for everybody like it's is just this giant block party but i don't know why y'all get so dressed up to go eat amazing food when you're surrounded by feces like there's shit everywhere from all the cows and from all the livestock and his is crazy.
"tila" Discussed on Forked Up: A Thug Kitchen Podcast
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"tila" Discussed on WEEI
"The tila aquino elisa in that i'm not saying that and i i'm just saying that like you understand where lebron's coming from and he looks set not just until aquino but he probably looks at every rookie kinda lagman okay me until you prove yourself he doesn't really look at anybody i mean why woody and then what's interesting is so we fill akita first kinda put her ways if it wasn't a big deal but yet in tonight's game the tillich kina and lebrun started bumper need to each other he glycine until aquino wasn't backing down blue lebron's kind of volume up a little bit into filipina wasn't but a backing down and all he was kind of going adam as well and then finally this kanter is a big do stepped into lebron's face that led to all little pushing and shoving going on on the court and he he got to see you know it's good to see that i mean if you're the next you have this kid a just turned nineteen a few months ago and here's the broad try to bully him on the court purina's kanter good for him to get involved good for him to get involved bronze ici said like i think there should have been some sort of technical foul i'll lebron's no on on that guy on kanter unindicted till akina why because the progess standing there and he pushes them twice and then pushes them again you can't just because this lebrun you can't just let somebody push him that doesn't make any sense that doesn't seem sportsmanlike occasionally pushing people on the field on the courts using yeah but are using the logic of the nfl which is the first guy gets off the guy who retaliates gets the the battle lebron new beside you stand i mean lebron was you.