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"timpson" Discussed on Túnel de vento
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"timpson" Discussed on Trailer Junkies Podcast
"Why on earth would you do. Anything like under ten. I mean it's just single digit. Ab is not not worth it single digit. You may as well get yourself like. Pbr love you some pbr. Okay what have you been watching man. What i've been watching. Are we gonna start to end with. No let's finish and then go so okay. Well let me let me start. Then yeah you start you start. You told me. I already brought up brought it up. Harry potter saucers stone. Okay so my kids. i raiders. Did third grader. So six eight and they decided you know we. We tried harry potter a few times in the past and it fell flat and out of the blue they said. Let's read the book. We're ready okay. I said okay. We'll read the bucks. I pulled out the first books or stone. And i said okay. I'll i'll read it and timpson. No i wanna read it. I said okay you read it so the way we're doing it is he's eight you know. He struggles a little bit. He's a great reader for an eight year old but he misses a word here and there so he reads a couple of pages than i. Reread the couple of pages okay to give inflection to give you know just kind of model how it ought to be read right right and then he reads and then i read and then we're done for the night etc etc so we're like chapter three so he read. They go to the zoo. The glass falls out. The snake leaves. The snake talks to him during the movie. he's like. Oh my god. That was amazing. So we get to the part in the book. And he's like oh. My god is partner book with the snake and the glass that he thought he like loses his mind it because reading and what. He saw their matching in shanghai life. And he's like it's the same story and he is so into reading harry potter right now and so. He's just like plowing through this book. He and i told him. I said by the time you're done with this book. You're going to be a proficient reader. You're gonna go into fourth grade. I mean obviously it's being a third grade. You're gonna go into fourth grade like crushing reading. I'm not worried about it. I mean he's already crushing reading but he's it's so amazing to watch this kid. He just comes alive reading this out loud and then we literally go and watch what he just read and he's his mind is brain. It's like the top of his head explode. It is awesome..
"timpson" Discussed on Game Scoop!
"Metro dreaded farcry. Six at the are both next week so the we still have the stuff coming. But as i started looking at all this. I think i've played a lot of good games this year. Some great games this year. But there's nothing that's like god of war or read de timpson two or the last two or even goes so shema nothing. That's like that sort of level so yeah i think one of the top tier years of gaming maybe i agree which is not wretched. Click like games are incredible. But i don't know how much it's so far. These experiences are gonna stick with me. You know years from now Okay moving on in case you know and probably and runs a by any ill segmentation study. They've run the since. Two thousand in biennial means every two years. Is that correct. This ain't nobody knows by annual it'd be twice a year but by initially every two years and they're under study in partnership with nielsen the same nielsen that tracked. How many people are watching every episode of every tv show and so they study of two thousand six hundred fifty three gamers and for the purposes of the study. They define a gamer as someone who owns the device specifically for gaming and plays at least three hours a week or three times a week games. That's the definition for the purpose of the study. And so they look at things like what are the different types of gamers. That are out there. What are the differences between them were their preferences and then i can use that data to sort of like make a plan of attack for content in how we can sort of attract different audiences of gamers set and we have some data here. I thought i think it's interesting to me. And i thought there's a lot of our audience would find it interesting as well. So for instance just among gamers in general All the is surveyed the most the biggest motivator for purchase. The biggest purchase motivator. Was john era game genre. I really am skip. Yeah we believe it or not. Games gave their watches. Not actually it didn't make the purchase gators where the only video game podcast though. I know we're the only place you're getting your information from grossly gonna go but respondents seventy nearly seventy percent of respondents. Sage genres their main purchase motivator. Which is interesting just to think that. Mostly i like this type of game so if this type of game looks good i'll just by that one. It's the source of the most arguments in a best of meetings. We have so genre something. Is everything this is a puzzle platform or a puzzle action edano. Now tell me. If i like it or not and i guess. Tell you what. It is exactly. I resent the damon's kind of jacques master here because we give him all of the genre through this year and we went so because you know. There's a lot of people out there that probably don't consider themselves gamers but do play a regular amount of a franchise even Or like you know. They like basketball games. They like soccer games. Like there's a specific genre that you'll inherently just purchase every year racing those huge audiences that they just probably like us the type of game. I i have a bunch of in my house. Yeah right speaking franchise that only thirty eight percent of respondents said franchise was important to them with their purchase decisions and win. The bottom was length. Game linked only twenty percent said that was important to them so yeah twenty percent so lot but yeah. There's been times in my life where i mean. I remember being a little kid. Being like telling my parents game it'd be like cloud fantasy to or something. Yeah you know it's like it's like one hundred hours this game eight hours one hour and it's cost the same amount of money. We'll get you this long one. It's the inverse relationship to your age. You know when you're younger and you might have a more limited budget. You want a longer game more replaceable. Game when you're older especially if you've got kids and a family you might want the shorter experiences. The study collects data on on things. Outside of gaming gamers enjoy. Obviously the data can be useful to advertisers. And the entertainment franchise that was most popular with gamers in the survey was spiderman. Nearly sixty percent checks outline insane. They love that spiderman and then marvel is right behind it. Of course matter. Minimal should be considered the same thing. But there's been times in which i would say. Batman would be the obvious choice for that but they can't drop the ball and batman stuff recently. There's been a game in a while right. So the topic spiderman marvel harry potter and then star wars star wars in batman are tied with fifty percent. Okay spiderman the question of with that. I mean it's just like spider-man's had a really good run right like the marvel movies than the into the spider verse beloved and then two major games that the old like a lot. Yup that's true also like his. He's younger so he like. Maybe his appeal spans a wider age gap story. But he's not killing anyone like wolverine. That's why i don't like that. He's a scoundrel and individual anti and i think be brought to justice so this is so Tuna question now remember everyone in the in the study by the rules they were. We consider them gamers but to the question Do i consider myself a gamer. Seventy one percent of male respondents said yes but only thirty eight percent of female respondents said yes even even though they own a dedicated game device. Play three hours a week yeah. That's that's the difference between gamer being An actual accurate reflection of like what you're spending your time on and and The label gamer which means something different self identified that way putting yourself in a different bucket of individuals separate from how you actually spent your time is. It's it's a very existential question too because it's a personal definition of what that means to you. How you identify that culturally for yourself. And then whether or not you. I align with it because i bet people have different definitions of what a game or identity means for them are for how. They've been how they've seen it to be portrayed to them in their circles. It's also weird because like yes. I'm obviously a gamer That's something that questioned do. I consider myself game something. I never think about or talk about. You know since it's just strange people. Yeah until you and i. It's just you know this is not. This is not a new take but it's just strange to get give games. The only thing that's like that there's not a similar term for movie buffs or united sinophile. It i guess but if not used as widely knows yeah and people ascribe. They don't internalize that solves of. This is who i am. Even if they are big movie lover music-lover whatever in the same way that a a huge rally of of you know capital g. gamers That's but i was just saying that's the other thing are you. Lower case g gamer gamer. How was it surveys. Specifically structure is what we need to have have terms that like. You know you don't need to self identify as as a type of person to like video game. So i think i guess what i'd always say say to A lot of games or something like that. You know instead of saying i am a interest you about. There are a few genres that male and female gamers like equally Those are platformer horror games in construction or management sims surprised by that third one the conflict management games like. Yeah well if he get started valley in Games in there. Yeah there's such a wide range to sin and then it's it's also so relaxing so everyone can relate to that and the study. The study divides Gamers into to age demographics and this is actually a part of the study. That i'm not crazy about because i just think that that's a little too simplistic. It looks at gen z. Which our kids to twenty four year olds and then millennials to twenty five to forty year olds and that's it so like someone like me was over forty. It's like well it's i think important to marketers damon. I can relate to twenty five year olds really well. So it's really helpful for us to wide age ranges. Except if you were to look at the cross tabs like if you were to ask tate ensured that we pulled over forty like for distilling it down like something digestible in presentable that that was probably stripped out of the results but those are also just the categories that people tend to be you know ask questions around and want. Were insight around so yeah. It's it's a selective process anyway. The debt on gingy says they that group is much more likely to watch people play games that they don't play themselves obviously watching streamers and are less likely to keep up with gaming news as interested in you know a certain game of the moment but they're not like reading the news on aegean everyday. Make sure the keeping up their league. Podcast this this podcast. They're probably much less likely to do all extremely what am i saying. Say hey listeners..
"timpson" Discussed on Three Wide No Cover
"Against each other. And i get that argument but there's going to be different form on t. obviously zuccarello still in the bond at the moment. I don't think it was looking watching this rice. Going on a little bit wired. And i'm not saying zarella any superstar ada i think is going to be one boy left field where it is yet but the stage heresy to twenty four to three dollars sixty as many healed correctly code in the last fifty maters just started to curl up so i don't think he'd pushes to the mall. Looks like it's probably not gonna even get four nine hundred maters route onto the connections of bones a pillow. They did a good job debate here. I will listening to seven fifty extra g attending to six fifty dollar applying way to look for these rights. There's no real positively well when he won at sandown bonds appeal. It didn't right while that rice mark. The market didn't want it so that doesn't miss that doesn't gallon like that and rising could form just made this rice ornery. They went outside. I came home. Slow the winner of the season in this. Yeah i'm with you. They just worth not and it was a quarter of a second quicker than rice for which we get to nail which is rice for which was for the boys again. Half a second is standard time so again moderate to slow tempo. Here that come home. It'd be better twenty. Three four zero twelve seeks but. This was the slowest of the four. Four eight hundred mehta rices benny. And as we said the first eight hundred mehta's he was half a second slower than rice. Three lots i but was up. Feta nolan's going well far from twenty going at twenty five percent market expectation fourteen percent. So he's he's writing really well known. Just sit out really well. For loyd cyber l. point age you want to get your thoughts on this horse. Four twenty four dollars. Sweet sixty came down from coins lane. Craig williams roy would you locked him to probably hold delayed if he could think steinhorn thought. I think he would have looked at ron. I saw late. I'll win the rice just the way the rice was run and he went looking for the later and then there was a little bit of pressure from the f. Saw so he he took the seat but it didn't work for him but i'll tiki i. Even he would admit that if he had the tom again. You'd late in probably win the rice are. There's probably holes in these price where i'm thinking. I'm going to be a little bit more forgiving. Because i have run home. In indecent sectionals compared to the previous the phillies rice river plight was a whole. Who's coming out of that hot draft. I rice at sandia animals that four months really holding out. I'm not completely given up on it. Got back on a slow tampa was still solid through the law. And i'm thinking maybe it's looking for further. I think he can win. A coffee guineas or anything. But maybe if i go towards the darby or one of the eight hundred two the other major rice in the late up to weaken aitken one of them i think from a market perspective timpson was really well supported getting into seeks dollars. Fifty off a win at the provincials with iran. Really quick. Tom and come home good. Lost four hundred two hundred but it was only plying. So i don't really know what to guy from the you brought l. Point is probably the homeless that everyone's going to black book out of it and look at teamwork for crying probably should have won the rice but but we can get to the likes of ammo in those kinds of horses. I don't think nah. I don't think they're different gravy lawrence side. But we haven't really talked about the winner. A debt eight kathy. When kofi guineas eva goes forward and goes into food. Although sixty was well supported sort of had its at when it's always produces a two year old over four four hundred maters and then went and took on i think the produce against animal and cowan sorta was lift filing eisai. I think it's a it's the second rung. i think. I have a crack at it. I mean this is the data crack at a few guineas files and then anything doesn't come down or something happens. Who's the we know. Then that's the thing probably goes ordinary. Probably starting to go back to look at these fish weight up prices. We haven't gone that while trying to pick the best runs out of him. But yeah you just want to say something coming through the ranks writing really harley and then come there on guineas diane leave up to that writing from a boys perspective of the probably just spoke about the they won three of the last seven. The boys only one from they lost seven. Golden rose really has impacted. These preludes identing that whether it's two weeks before the guineas three weeks which it's going to be this year just doesn't have any impact. The best ones golden rising and if they still going come back to the coffee guineas. That's the way we'll be right for half a second inside standard time. good tempo. He twenty three four eleven weeks last. Four hundred two hundred general that are slowly half as the kick and it's a blessing in disguise because the k- for these horses you came in two thousand natives and he's gonna win plenty of rice's now. We will sort of critical him last time. We got to say general bo. But i think that's more of the fact that we just don't think he's eleven hundred. Twelve hundred made a group one horse. You can't say hasn't made us. He's gonna probably winning. Group one are recognized on the very critical of last forty probably hd ceiling. But just the way that. I wrote him on. Saturday is may be considered. What did i write him like that. I have a twelve hundred different instead of rodney up on the space. This rice is right. Had really well ran ren really well was probably you know entitled to win. The rice with the rod had General boat with that writing. It's gonna pretty sold set of writings. And just within rodney court is a little bit of data on. Maybe we'll get twelve hundred as i write a lot. That's a fair point. But i probably should listen to some of the things you say. And that's the stairs and made his run very different to eleven and twelve hundred meters. And sometimes you need a different horse and i think now. He's always has had three guys at affairs. Made is for two wins. I think that he's best. If came to that ellen's our gang while at the moment so he'll go to wanna call mart. Imagine i have to have a crash. Maybe can run a place. Yeah we'll be back after the break we're going to get to rupa clock stikes somewhere in.
"timpson" Discussed on Look Behind The Look
"Oh no they were gloves he just put him on. Okay okay okay. Now i think well maybe not wardrobe but we have a person that's all they did was work on the hands because you know they will constantly breaking because they are mechanical united and they were used so we i think he probably had about two or three pairs. Andy andy sean. Felt was There from stan winston studio and that's all he did was where have hands do the hand. The hand wrangler zarandya thing. Andy the handyman well. Ed wood obviously. My husband was telling you earlier is like one of our all time babes around here and did he tell you there was a feature at after. I guess it was so excited about this. It was the the last thing and it must have been. It was rick talking about the prosthetics and then how he said. I'll show it to you. I'll send it to you somehow. Make a file okay. Cool he was talking about how you every day did bela lugosi makeup and how challenging it was that it was all black and white and i wondered if if you wanted to speak on that a little bit and the process of that. That was an interesting job because at the time. I don't think anybody had done a black and white film a really long time so there was nobody i could talk to. Oh on Rick did the initial tests makeup on martin and it was so beautiful but it was in color and it was very subtle so you re hinojosa simon black and white. He looked very healthy and very good. So oh of course. When i went to the makeup on him. I had to like intensify a lot of things because we had to see the variation you know the depths and the makeup and everything so i took him in and we were doing a test with them in timpson novi he. He looks to healthy. Said you gotta really dark up. His is a lot more. Make him really. Look ill sickly and i said okay so i took him back in the trailer and i was darkening up his eyes and rick walked in. He goes goddamn at me. He said i knew the minute i gave you that. Make you were gonna put black circles around is is. I started laughing. I said no no. I'm not black circles. i'm tim just said he looks to healthy. And martin cozy timpson. I looked too healthy. We're just darkening is little bit on my god. you're like i know black circles from beetlejuice. We the scene that they showed in the feature at was you that tim was like tim was saying he's going to be right next to you. And it was to martin when he was wrangling. Hit when he was wrestling with the octopus right. So you said she's going to be right there and you also had to do. I'm the wrestler as well. Was it tour tour and you were doing him and so did you. And and you have to do johnny. So we're judges johnny. Did you have eight hands. Did i mean how did you. Your days must have been in and it seems so simple. It really does. The effortless quality of ed wood required so much effort because every edward scissorhands. It looks like effort. You know what i mean. It's like hard too hard to do that..
"timpson" Discussed on Cloudbase Mayhem Podcast
"Qatar kerry ellis guys to this. Was we rising as a great. You need to from the first law died. Go out and win the die from. I play the guy. I'd extended the rice and in the last week sent you. You might say no no original. Id's regional Was pretty much that you described audie timpson into the task that you just gonna run region smoke. Everybody knows no doll. Check you thinking for second so putting on a handwriting anymore. Not not flaw slide. But just to check you'll original ideas of this is going to be amazing. But no i just think about it and in the end of the michael when that's that's the classic Sometimes i think downlands one that i lost the plot on for a while in this racing headset and push push and make a move and remember you make a move in land before he s your point suck you gotta get the get the goal you know. Got to make that work and you need to see it. I see what the consistency thing you know. The the really consistent pilots you know. I look just one three tasks super files. I guess. It doesn't always work but you don't have to win. Task vets exchange. One of my mantras is come second. Yeah and net luck if i'm trying to win tasks which be very often not Case no but went off more might come secondes. If you'll trying to win tasks then mighty mighty pushing. It's take too many risks so mantra comes second. A hybrid comes second to hyper Maitre come secondes tech enough of a risk to to be consistent over Enough of a risk to do well. But don't be that you're gonna come fifteenth. Everyday it comes comes in conflict. And that's what. I usually usually the person that comes first different. Yes usually do. Do you pay attention to. Who's who do you let who you're with. And the gaggle influence you over maybe somebody else or as everyone. Just they're all just gliders giving you information off take a very nuts on hosts and i've actually got memory on remembering jose was well part of that is not against towards the end of the competition. Who's who in terms of where on deployment today that's important but that to me is the last task competition on nate debate in front of the specimen if They the hurt. Who must flying is more of a specimen lock Is this is a someone that i want to go out with the just the tobin guide to help me ease this person. Someone is too impetuous and and goes too hot and birthplace himself on the ground. Easy someone that in utilize this psychology. The the white rice the white. I think against if all i push a little harder to nail on watch suspicion push themselves very very hot debate in front of me and now they're going to be down there in front to be helping me out so i use them a little bit that way and still learning that but Take notice a totally.
"timpson" Discussed on No Jumper
"Put my baby bursley this objectify who the audience hasbro right promised apple to what you mean who the audience is me he saying. Oh go get funded. Sips have band and when they said they said it's going against the lots of where did you say timpson is going to flame. 'cause you niggers ain't got no hip hop fucking know what i was. I don't even know who the luxury but see twenty one like both but i know they're underneath. School dedicates know. A lot sees no broke to say he did. Grow up. Listening to jay bro. But i believe me. Yes so what are you. It was way to send fan. I wasn't i wasn't so you realize the lacson came out when i was little and it was dropping when i when i watched the versus. I say damn. I forgot about that. I forgot about that. Dan hold somebody from the west coast rope. Eighties east coast. We didn't listen to the east coast. Music like eighty sorry. Sorry styles p. We didn't listen to east coast music like that. We grew up in the heart of the west coast. East was born. It's a west coast east coast beef and shit like that bro. Knicks wasn't listening to that so broke the locks records bro that i never even in her bro. But if you ask a big fan you feel me super big fan. So i said that was. That was what i was saying like them flying again. You get him because you ask the kid from digital locks no bullet he don't know lot of rappers outside los angeles and they always a lot about what resonates with him. But but it's what i'm saying like if you would kill now whereas everybody knows about. Nwea right everybody knows about nwea. But if you wanna. I listen but if you were to put them against sorta at nwea. I go. you're saying bob but when it comes to versus is about. I think the argument we're talking about it was like dude. Yes six nine hundred fucking humongous starving on your snitch. Whatever he's streams. Well he's crazy at the kids love him. Why could specically love him. But he goes you know. He's like a mosque guy. Do but in a versus battle eminem is going to be six in navarre grows. We're not talking about skill wise. We're not talking about platinum records. We're not talking about anything. I'm just saying a based on who you are. You're as demographic okay may think otherwise doing whatever the fuck it is broke is just like right now. Wasn't it gonna do these all the brakes. These neighbors had fucking. Here's these old eighties reverend. That was that was wrapping in in the seventies the seventies eighties. They had hits correct. But if you ask one of us who's better a dj fucking kurtis blow or kendrick lamar. We're going say catch more because that's what we listened to desperately resonates with us bro. You asked our parents if you ask somebody older. Who's better kendrick. Lamar or fucking kurtis blow. They're going to say fuck and kurtis blow. Problem is the fiber with whoever you are just depends on how knowledgeable you are in hip hop. I'd disarmed so. I'm giving this generation a lot of credit. I think they know versus for only works broke versus not only only works with people that are in the same generational gap. You're not gonna put dipsy. You're not gonna put dip san versus music. You still judge the going to each other are coming from. The same era are coming from different. Eras broke though. But these these. This music is timeless. These hits say okay. I'll put it this way. Why after versus a lot of these songs are going book and six hundred percents percent breath ally because a lot of kids versus have never heard the song owning it can be grown up too. Because i forgot just like you say you forgot not forgetting both. Some people aren't bang versus introducing songs that some people have never heard bro binding online. I seen the versus burgers bauer. I didn't even know so. I mean fucking bauer how it be a never yeah you. Weren't he not long music bro. Okay if you look at look at the climate now of fans row fans trolling. They're going crazy. Brought him making pages. They're doing the who do you think they're listening to more likely. Listen to six nine or immingham bro. They're not going to. They're not searching for wrote and there's nothing wrong with that. Eminem is the gopro when it comes down to these little kids. They're looking at him like he's a fucking old here bro. They don't wanna listen to ratio. You think of little kids versus adults. Who is consumers are music. Who's people that makes people high who gonna rolling allow we doing this kid. So when eminem drafts he goes number one. What do you think who you think is buying his out. He has a thirty to forty year. Old has dedicate load on. Who you think. Thirty to fifty years old is buying the majority of by eminem. Are you buying the bulk. I know that he the book. Wait down awesome. Tell you this shit bro. If you wanna.
"timpson" Discussed on Vegas Nation - Raiders Football
"Feels like it'd be a relatively seamless transition where he steps in gets acclimated a little bit and then we'll be able to fit right in as a as a potential difference maker on defense but again money talks and it's a salary job lee and there are salary issues at this point and of course he wants. You know he's gonna wanna get top dollar. And and that's completely understandable as what he's advocating more mindful exactly and so Short of that which you know the writers are always going to be linked to right right now considering where they are linebacker short of that. You know They're going to get their here the week back yet. Sergei shin. but they'll get the live. Better linebacker maya ohio state back on the grass This week nick kwiatkoski us week after getting hurt in the preseason opener against seattle seahawks is in line to get back here fairly soon as well so that will help No doubt about it but you know if you're down Nicholas moron starter. The guy with the green dot. We got a call the defense and javan white. Who was having a really good training camp It's it's it's not. It's not ideal. So i would expect that. The raiders one way or another arguing to bring somebody in at some point you know because they need the bodies training camp. I need the bodies in in their games Or with there's one more game left san francisco forty niners and maybe try to find somebody that's going to be able to give them some relief But we'll see that To be determined. I would expect some kind of news on on that front this week. richie income neo. It doesn't sound like that. All that serious was calf strain. Jon gruden mentioned it on saturday up in los angeles. So we'll see how long that takes. The raiders are going to be extra cautious with richie incognito. Good news is doesn't it's not related to the achilles tendon injury. He suffered last year so something completely separate but with a guy that you know thirty seven years old. You're going to be as careful as possible. They need richie for the long haul. So the hope is from the raiders. Front that richie will be ready to go. Season-opener september thirteenth guarantees about point. If not then you know. You've got john simpson. You'd probably see denzel get more to right. Guard john timpson takeover at left guard kind of flip-flopping denzel and he's played a lotta right guard in place of she and cognitive last year. So there's some depth there but again every time he started talking about getting into your debt. Now you're you know getting thinner as far as the behind the the starting players. We'll keep an eye out on that But you know sam again. This time of year injuries are going to start piling up whether you're talking about giant package whose side training or attorney crat pack is or of course preseason games for short running for short. And you know. I think it's good on the raiders for you know for the most part not playing their starters In the preseason. That's that's that seems like. That's where the trend that were the. Nfl is going look. You know we've seen as far too many times where and marquee player star a starter goes down for a you know some kind of season ending or ten week injury in the preseason and it feels like a league is finally is adapting to that. Hey all our heavy hitters stand on the sidelines and pre season is more about you know for the most part competition between. Who's gonna between spying faucet or that are open between the twos and threes figuring out..
"timpson" Discussed on Marketing Over Coffee
"So that's kind of a no-go but then the other weird thing is they said but actually face. Id not working. Doesn't affect your trade in you can get the full trade in so i can get two hundred and twenty bucks trade in on this phone and put it towards an iphone twelve. I guess would be the way i go and so now i have this really weird thing of normally i would just be like. Oh it's the fall man. I'm waiting until october to see what the new iphones are. But now like oh when the new ones come out will my trade in value. Go down because now. I'm one generation older and then of course we had on the list. We don't have time to get too much but the whole logistics are held to. Who knows what i don't. I'm not going to bet on my ability to get an iphone thirteen or fourteen or whatever at christmas this year like. I don't see that happening. So i don't know. Yeah that's basically me complaining really in this segment. I don't have anything better unless you have any advice. You loved iphone twelve. You have the max to right. Yeah the twelve pro. Max which was seventeen hundred dollars for the phone so it's almost as much as the laptop and it is terrific. I but you know. I don't expect the this year's model to be much more than incremental booming. Be just what you're referencing. We just found out today that china's third largest shipping port has shut down to dacoven which welcome back to logistical. Hell that where we. We've been dining at the table for eighteen months. Now i know for example people saying the new mac books that are coming out in the fall Maybe pushed to january twenty twenty two just because of supply chain crunches and things so one of the things that we're telling folks on the consumer side is if you've got purchase that you wanna make like say for the holidays by it. Now start your holiday shopping. Now because there's no guarantee you're going to get any of it and then obviously on the marketing side. Keep a real close. I and your supply chain because the last thing you want to do is rod a huge campaign. then he can't get product. Everything's back order. You had no. That would be brutal. All right yeah. So we'll keep an eye on that and see what's going on. Everybody was still. We've got the marketing over coffee. Text line has been fantastic. I have a couple of interviews coming up. We're got one in the feed on pinterest. And when i went back to the crowd i've got seven or eight grade questions from everybody in advance of the session and ready to go so if you want to jump in on that at six one seven eight one two five four nine four just sent a text and that will get you in there. Of course the analytics for market slack group to. We're always answering questions and talking about what's going on over there. That's another great resource. And lastly the marketing over coffee newsletter powered by digital. But yeah. i don't know. I think that's going to do it. We're just going to try and get through the rest of the week here. I've got timpson webster's coming up next week talking about her new book so we're excited about that looking forward to getting that out to you but otherwise it's going to do it for.
"timpson" Discussed on Here We Are
"Is. It's so fascinating because one of one of the things that there are so many things within culture that you know from an alien anthropology point of view seems so out there in bizarre that you think what what even could evolution have to do with anything so take some like very bizarre cult behavior or something like that but then when you pull back you do see that there that they are interact. It's it's kind of evolution is often. Evolution often has kind of built the capacity for for something and then culture often as filling in the details. So you might have evolution. Might shape this. This need for a A like a need for an in group a need for it. There might be a lot of utility in a belief in a higher power that gets you to spring out of bed each day and be more productive and think outside of yourself and then the details of what that specific higher power is can be anything from reasonable to completely insane but it can still spill that exact same. Need for a lot of people in the same way that some people are twitter people. Some people are instagram people. And but you can't you still at a certain point there's still there's still evolutionary constraints. It would seem in that it you. You could fill. You could fill a environment rich with information that is all you know in ultraviolet light or something but if you're sending that to a species that doesn't interpret ultraviolet light and doesn't register ultraviolet light it's completely worthless And so it it man that it is you know. We had to be social if it was solitaire. If solitary animals kept evolving complexity in started building their own technologies. It's seems less likely that they would come up with social media. You know because it wouldn't necessarily be in a loss nature to come up to interact with every other sloth around the world or maybe it would be if it if it was in its individual benefit. It's you know. I i think the the fact that we also very social deserves to to something like social media. Yeah you're right. It's a soft wouldn't be interested in thought experiments. I had the other day. I was watching the olympics login. Bizarre closing ceremony really. And i was thinking about hassle couple minutes of it but it was we but the olympics. So imagine you've got a bunch of teamster. Bench garner bows okay. Act causes living relatives with the people have to say ninety nine percent. Dna the same as timpson barnabas if you took a hundred chimps or even one hundred bungalows much more peaceable probably because they encounter ad groups naturally soften that's the main reason that name okay so.
"timpson" Discussed on The Vergecast
"I say the dollar so several of you have seen it in some combination of flip in folding. Watch chris about it. I mean we. I watch your video. I'll just tell everybody. When the staff watched christie's video of the three the number of people were like oh crap addy robertson was like. I need to remind myself that i'm happy with my phone because it seems very compelling. Tell us about it. Yeah it's got all the top specs wants know one hundred hundred screen a scott the same cameras as last year which are pretty close to the twenty one good enough for your everyday. Whatever and the hinges better. The screen is eighty percent stronger. Samsung is told us so. They made a lot of improvements and it looks really nice. Looks sturdy and they're really nice cases there's there's this ring case you can just kind of carry it around. There's a wandering kind of your fingers through and it's kind of like hold it on your hand so they've kind of come up with all sorts of ways to kind of a stylized it make it stand out even more than does fold it in half so that's a lot of fun. Yeah i mean. The samsung stated goal is to make folding phones mainstream. they've got a huge lead unfolding phones and they want them to just be another option mainstream viable alternative to the other phones. Because if you do wanna phone you basically got nowhere else to go unless you you know are in china right. There's not there's there's not a whole lot of other competition out there that they need to worry about so if they can make folding thing they have a huge win other hands and so the the flip is the best case for that because they got it under a thousand dollars and so now compared to say an s twenty one. What are the compromises. You're making in choosing the flip over twenty one like listen it might break bigger bulge in your pocket and the bigger bulge in your pocket. And it's it's more expensive. Well there's i mean. I think there's other compromises right like there's a crease in the screen. Yeah look man. I've used i've used crease phones for quite a while now. And you were this. Close to calling me a whippersnapper. Just like you're so close to it. But i mean that's a real right. I think the durability thing and when you unfolded crease in the screen like when you think about what will actually make folding phones mainstream. It is a perception that there are no compromises left. Wrote a piece how. They've made it more resistant. Waterproof all that stuff like they're solving these key engineering challenges which are important and i'm glad they're solving them. There's apartment like this is a lot hacks right like you want the phone to fold. You created a new class of problems that you are then solving but you could also get an twenty one and you wouldn't have this problem and there wouldn't be and like that. I think isn't that to me. Feels the dynamic. Even though the flipping is really cool. I think that's right. I mean it's also samsung. Just understood. I think that there's not going to be a paradigm shift in cameras or screens or like other traditional phone specs. So it needs to do something to differentiate needs to do something to simpson's whole identity is putting stuff out before apple does. That's what they want to do so they have to write and you're right. They're solving problems that they created but i think they're they're solving them in relatively clever ways. I think that there's other stuff i wish they would do. I wish they would figure out a way to have the phones fold completely flat or at least the fold. It still has a little bit of a gap there. There's other stuff that they could improve on but it's all interesting because it's all hardware stuff. It's all material science. And how did the gears fit and fit and finish. That samsung is traditionally. Good at none of that stuff is competition for more anymore on other phones right. It's not a competition who can make the the best basil right. The best bevelled edge the best aluminum rail none of that stuff differentiates us too. Chris later on this thing. What do you think feels a lot better than the past couple of. I think the street feel better than last year because last year there were kind of tacky and grip this time actually feel more like actual screens which sounds kind of silly to say when you're using like an iphone galaxy s something else every day but now they actually feel a lot better They can't get nicked or scratched up as easy as last time. and so. that's kind of a big difference that makes you feel confident and just comfortable that it will hold up over time but like there's no way to tell like will these coupon breaking after six months of just standard usage. Therapy these felons just break for no good reason and so i think samsung seems more confident than ever and i think a dealer can speak to this later that they have solved flick ninety five percent of the stuff. But we'll see okay. I have a question. If i like it my head i know. There's all the different durability tests but the one for me is like when you get home at the end of the day and you're like just throwing taking getting ready being like relieved that you're no longer at work. Would you be able to throw your phone onto your bed and it potentially bounce off the bed onto the ground and you would feel confident that it will still be functional severe revealing question. I don't know anyone who does work at home. What is happening the door give a good toss at the end of the day closing my laptop. It's just checking things across. I bought and return to galaxy full to last year and i dropped it and it hit the concrete and the glass broke. Broke in exactly the same way that Any other phone would have broken. It did not shatter in unique or different way just shattered in a standard phone way. Super weird about all these phones is everyone's like okay. You gotta make sure that. If his screen doesn't form a crack you gotta get rid of the crease. You gotta make sure that doesn't get in there. Because that's what made the first galaxy get cancelled slash delayed. Everyone's like fix fix that fix it and instead we made it waterproof. We fixed the other stuff too. We think but we we made it waterproof and nobody was expecting waterproofing. But now that it's there. It's another reason for me to be like. Oh yeah no actually feel better buying this phone in a in a weird way. It's like one little piece of delicacy. That's gone now in theory before we go into that. Because i think that leads us into the fold three which i'll point out the delicacy of which dealer pointed out loudly enough that timpson delayed the launch. But before we get there. Let's talk about one. More thing on the flip. Which is the big feature the new screen on the front right so the fold is like you fall in there. You just there's an android phone. And i understand exactly how that works. I'm less clear on the flip. What is that little screen for. What does it do. How does it work. So it shows you like notifications. They're like widgets on there for music. And your calendar and weather in timers all sorts of stuff and so it just feels so much more useful than the first one. Would you like this little tiny oval that like did nothing but you the time basically so they clearly Learn from the razor which got this right This is one of the few things that the razor got right but I associate notifications. You can apply wallpapers on there. So is it a little tiny phone like now. It's not a full phone. Yeah so it's like a little tiny widget phone. Can you type on it. you cannot type on it. You can talk to bixby audit to reply message. However i could talk to always choice. Lingering over the this entire condo feels like just three. Can i take your phone out and do things you need to do. Something without having to open it all the way like it feels like there are situations where you can actually your phone out and do something on that little small screen than your phone away. So you're not quite always in that open phone fully zone into it type mode get like all the notifications just like the samsung branded. Messaging app notifications. I think you get all of them. I'm not quite sure how much you can act on the small screen definitely all it also lets you sink the theme to watch if you want so. If you've got cute watch face on the watch you can get the same sort of you know. Look and feel on the outside screen. I don't like how you guys are trying to convince me to buy this phone that i don't need. They're not actually just describing describing. Sounds like it. Sounds like they're holding me down saying by this phone. I don't need it. This is what i mean our everyone. You just start talking about it and mike. I kind of want this phone like you. See a picture of it and that cool little ring case christmas i can..
"timpson" Discussed on The Fighter And The Kid
"They were talking about the. Because i don't have there. were there. Were both from florida. I don't have any racist friends. He's two white white people. I was like even they. Were like fucking hilarious. I get it. I mean it's slightly. Sounds like if it's a multiple array easy to catch that. But if he's looking at mascot he's not looking at the players looking at the players. Got coming friday. The last of the cleveland indians with the indian on the fucking house before they get rid of the get with that. I don't think you should how'd you. How'd you get it. It doesn't mean you're anti native american. No i'm super pro. Logo of that indian. It's my favorite logan. Your native american. That are you. And i'm going to take a gold pen and put it in a goal tooth in it. I did that. One hundred percent native american as i did that when kid. He's sharpie put a goal tooth in war to school. Talk to the day they go. We went we went to cherokee nation. Went to the you know he fit right. In turkey's are giant. people basically looks like a. Who's a regular native american. But i did do my ancestry dot com and there's no native american none. Yeah timpson deli. What's up duck. Only ten percent. Eighteen percent fit majority. English english born rich born arrest fifty percent german scandinavian and then Eighteen percent talent for dash of afghan. It'd be honest. of course i have. I'm shit i'm like i'm fifty one southern talion the rest of north western hesitant peasants. Yeah little iberian or some you know. The majority of peasants peasant look surprising says milord lord lord. What else are you. Christians got some so since picking the current event that i saw this over the weekend. Fao cheese under fire for reportedly experimenting on dogs. He's facing a he's spent four hundred thousand dollars on research infecting dogs with parasites but he's part of his. Is that what they do. Though he didn't the nih does he okayed. It has to go through him. But isn't that what they do you with dogs people dog so i've heard other kind of dogs do we know because there's dogs okay with it. I think bugles we have to. We have to stop for a set guys. so so. The h the national institute of health grants gives government grants to very important research. Got it is the head of h. I was come as a big surprise. Everybody but he has a large staff a large group of people that delineate these different grants based on a whole bunch of criteria. Okay dogs suffer from from from parasites sometimes to get the medicines that save your dog's chen save your life. They do use animals in the last stage of testing for medicines a lot of times or have to be done on animals. Because you are the next case here. This is political horsh it. It's just hor shit. It's just it's like. I mean i'm not a she but i want to be fair to. Yeah but isn't it isn't because his his his his team did operate on on dogs right the way they did on monkeys and on chimps do lot with hiv a lot of that study on hiv that gave birth these protease inhibitors and stuff. That shit was done on fucking chimps. Because they're very close terrible research. It sucks back in the eighties. When i was going to college there was a huge. Do about what they were doing. A monkeys at the nih. yeah man. there's a lot of stuff and some of it's not necessary some of it might be but like humane to take one study for so out of twenty billion dollars. I think is the grants they give. Four hundred thousand awesome. Study somewhere paradox. Dogs this is this is fox. News worship much. Yeah this is this is. I'm so done with cnn and fox news. I'm so done with these opinion makers that are doing whatever they can to disagree inside your brother send you that article on just. I actually just found on instagram. And everything done with tournament. I read the whole. Entire thing is fox fox and tougher without.
"timpson" Discussed on Distorted View Daily
"Hey Listener got a duggar to utter. The words distorted view. Daily so I consider that a win. I mean she seems perfectly harmless like a nice girl. I don't know why. I'm taking out all my anger on her. She was just born into that wacked out family and also horrible. Things may have happened to her by the way. She didn't say exactly what eric wanted him to. New england Scumbag so he sent me the request and he wanted her to say. Congratulations on your upcoming seventeenth. Year as host of the podcast out there but if you notice joe was she was very leery of what that was he was probably thinking. I don't wanna endorsing podcast. I know nothing about smart move. Good girl she's got a good head on her shoulders. She ended up saying congratulations. On what your friend eric. Says is the best podcast in the world. Way to save ass either way. Not for nothin' but It costs more to book. Jill dillard on cameo than it did to get stephen santi also. Mr scumbag could've saved a lot of money. He literally could have just recorded any female in his life. Sister mother friend. If they would've just recorded something said hey. This is jill from nineteen kids and counting. I would not have known the difference. I would totally believed it. I've never seen this woman Before in my life. I've never seen the show. Just get a generic look white girl and you convinced me. Oh by the way jill. I know you didn't want to endorse distorted view daily. But i always get what i want. I want to congratulate you on your upcoming seventeenth year as host of the best podcast ever distorted view daily. I fixed it. i win you lose. I always win timpson..
"timpson" Discussed on The Atlas Obscura Podcast
"Harry is so hungry. He's going for the my volunteer. Tim bigalow is on dinner duty. He invites me through the fence to watch and feed the donkeys. I would i'd love to just slide through okay. Timpson musician and as he feeds the donkeys. He sings a little songs about them. Perry perry completely harry come. Please hairy peri employees. Watching tim carefully mash up grasp pellets and donkey food with warm water to feed them. You can really see how they're the beloved pets of a whole neighborhood. Jenny told me that when one of the donkeys died a few years ago. A hundred and twenty five people came to a memorial service for him. The mayor gave a eulogy. These people really love their donkey's good. You're looking at the bowl. After the donkeys slurp up their dinner they wander off into the eucalyptus trees on the other side of their huge penn as the wind from the bay picks up. It's time for me to head home to. I wave goodbye to tim and start walking back to my car. Thank you so much every super free out through the fence it's funny. Jenny told me that she finds the donkey's really calming and to be honest. I'm feeling it. I had a really stressful day. I've been running around trying to do twelfth things at once and.
"timpson" Discussed on WSJ The Future of Everything
"Hey alva janet. Tell us more about this attack. It's my understanding. It had a cascade effect and the breach ended up affecting between eight hundred and fifteen hundred businesses and like a dozen countries. Yeah and not only did it. Impact hundreds of businesses. One of the most shocking. Things about this story is that kosei knew it was vulnerable a dutch cybersecurity group warned kosei about their weaknesses nearly three months before the attack. We contacted them on the sixth of april. This cybersecurity researcher victor gevers. He helps lead. The dutch institute for vulnerability disclosure. That's a group of volunteers who are software engineers data journalists and students by day and so called ethical hackers by nights we have a mission under the to make the digital ward safer by reporting on this we find in online and digital systems gevers in his colleagues scan the internet looking for weaknesses and software. That could be potentially exploited by cybercriminals when the dutch team found seven potentially dangerous weaknesses in cassia software. Back in april they made recommendations for how the company could and should tighten up their cyber security and action. The dutch team recommended. That kosei affixed the seven vulnerabilities. Within three months the goal was to beat cybercriminals to the punch. Here's dan timpson casillas chief technology officer one of the things that we could ask a lot is. Will you gotta heads up like why. Didn't you fix it faster. But i'm sure that you can appreciate some. Bugs are more difficult to fix than others. Cassia was almost done. I july second. The company says it had fixed four of the original seven bugs and had started patching the final three. But they weren't fast enough. Timpson says that just a few days before the internal deadline. The bad guys noticed an open door and they entered. You know like you said we're in process with those last few When the exploit was conducted so it is unfortunate all the timing a russian linked cyber gang named are evil originally asked for seventy million dollars in bitcoin to unlock all of the infected systems. Kosei stated that are evil never directly asked for a ransom on july twenty second. Co-ceo received a key to unlock the data. That had been taken hostage by the hackers. A few days later 'cause they released another statement saying they never paid our evils ransom. Governor says it's hard to outsmart gangs like are evil. They have deep pockets and expertise in every step of the ransomware process breaking in deploying malware stealing data and extorting victims professionals criminals in this case. They're just a better team. After best supplements money and time is not an issue. We have seen a number of cyber attacks over the past several months and the so called professionals. These criminals appear to be adding to the win column all the time. That's correct in the past few months alone we've seen attacks on colonial pipeline which led to the shutdown of a massive pipeline that provides almost half the supply of gas to the east coast. There've been attacks on hospitals and schools and then last year we saw the hack of another. It software company called solar winds in which russian hackers accessed corporate networks and u. s. government systems. So this is a clear national security threat to protect the government and us infrastructure. The pentagon has been tapping some of the best minds in cybersecurity to develop tools. That would shield us against foreign bad actors. They have different approaches and are developing some new strategies for the future from the wall street journal. This is the future of everything. I'm janet cabin today on the podcast to competing futures in the fight against cyber attacks one that focuses on a race between good and bad hackers and the other that wants to re imagine that race entirely if a natural disaster comes knocking. How prepared is your family. You can't just close the door on earthquakes floods or hurricanes and hope they go away. That's why it's important to make a plan now. Ready dot gov slash plan has the tools and tips. You need to prepare your family for an emergency. So if disaster shows up at your doorstep you'll be ready visit ready dot gov slash plan.
Outhacking the Hackers: The Future of Cybersecurity
"Hey alva janet. Tell us more about this attack. It's my understanding. It had a cascade effect and the breach ended up affecting between eight hundred and fifteen hundred businesses and like a dozen countries. Yeah and not only did it. Impact hundreds of businesses. One of the most shocking. Things about this story is that kosei knew it was vulnerable a dutch cybersecurity group warned kosei about their weaknesses nearly three months before the attack. We contacted them on the sixth of april. This cybersecurity researcher victor gevers. He helps lead. The dutch institute for vulnerability disclosure. That's a group of volunteers who are software engineers data journalists and students by day and so called ethical hackers by nights we have a mission under the to make the digital ward safer by reporting on this we find in online and digital systems gevers in his colleagues scan the internet looking for weaknesses and software. That could be potentially exploited by cybercriminals when the dutch team found seven potentially dangerous weaknesses in cassia software. Back in april they made recommendations for how the company could and should tighten up their cyber security and action. The dutch team recommended. That kosei affixed the seven vulnerabilities. Within three months the goal was to beat cybercriminals to the punch. Here's dan timpson casillas chief technology officer one of the things that we could ask a lot is. Will you gotta heads up like why. Didn't you fix it faster. But i'm sure that you can appreciate some. Bugs are more difficult to fix than others. Cassia was almost done. I july second. The company says it had fixed four of the original seven bugs and had started patching the final three. But they weren't fast enough. Timpson says that just a few days before the internal deadline. The bad guys noticed an open door and they entered.
"timpson" Discussed on The Product Podcast
"You is about why think makes a good peony opportunities Have it's now time to us. She look at how you go roster train your products. He kim to stretchy apart thinking you need to be able to generate quo sentences along these lines the and then easy to communicate with everyone and by the time coffee all of these five steps. The way eastwards here thinking will end up kissel s which is to achieve around the thing that we want to achieve rural wish timpson a such an idea as they should improve acidity pain going or opportunities faces which we know is a problem because we have evidence behind that and we will not if we've achieved our outcome by has no hypotheses and seeing metric change so.
"timpson" Discussed on Real Estate Rookie
"I think actually was ten percent fee as wall but it was capped at one hundred dollars per unit. So both my rentals were above a thousand dollars so we were paying a hundred dollars per door for hours. But that's going to vary a lot by the market in a very lot by the experience and skill sets and size of the property manager so i- timpson is fairly reasonable but it could be more could be less than the market for my property manager. I actually gave my unit along with another investor so we actually got a bulk discount. As it's called in the first year we were paying five point five percent and now i believe were either at six percent or six point five percent. It increased a little bit just because they added on kind of a fulltime maintenance person that's assigned just to our properties. We also pay a twenty five dollars per a building. The two so that twenty five dollars covers weekend and night calls so of maintenance has to go out and make a repair on the weekends are night. There's no up charge or weekend rate or anything like that. That's with a twenty five dollar the covers. And then for any remodels that are done. They do charge a project. Management fee on top of the remodel costs of the material and labor's oh and then the leasing fee is one month's front for that unit. So it's very important to know what these fees are and what they're going to be get that all written in tier property management contract to see you know advance to expect and that's a good point on on getting all those things into the contract and that actually takes us to the last part of lisa's question here. Which is what questions should she ask when communicating with this property manager and your point about knowing the fees up front is a big one. I think the next thing that i would ask is at what points from a cost perspective or they need my approval before they go out and start spending money read..
The Science of Happiness
"This episode at this fraud moment in our history. We're bringing on a leading scientists to help us tackle one of the most pernicious misconceptions that humans have ever fostered. The, very roots of the word happiness reflect our assumption that happiness is something that happens to us rather than something that we can actually cultivate for ourselves HAP- ha. That's the same root of such words as hapless or haphazard, it implies luck. But again, happiness is actually a skill that we can cultivate. Emiliana. Simon Thomas Helps people learn this. Kill themselves. She got an online course called the science of happiness that has reached more than half a million people across the world. She's the science director of the Greater Good Science Center at UC, Berkeley and in this interview we discuss how to make ourselves happier through generosity, which is literally part of our biology. How the pleasure of caring for other people means we'll do it again. How empathy fatigue however is real, and then we debate a little bit the meaning of selfishness, and how we've got love wrong. Before we dive in I wanNA, flag that this is a conversation. We recorded late last year prior to the pandemic and the recent racial justice protests here in America, but the insights in this interview are as vital as ever so here we go with Emiliana Simon Thomas. Nice to meet you in person I don't know if you remember this, but when I was writing Timpson, happier I used to call you to make sure I was correct on my research on a few things I do remember that, but it was a long time ago and I'm glad I was able to be helpful. That was just going to say. My memory was that you were really helpful. It's always willing to hop on the phone, so thank you belatedly. You're quite welcome. It's a pleasure as a pleasure to have you on the show your parents were Buddhists while so my parents grew up in the Midwest and one of them came. Came from an Italian family and the other Irish family, and they were not Buddhists as young people, but I think they're sort of early life. Spiritual experience left something to be desired for them, and they wanted to see the world in a different way, and they. You know got in a car with their. You know minimal belongings and came to California and as young people here they found a community and that community where people for the Buddhist leaning and yes, so I grew up going to teachings to temples I. Remember kind of crawling all over my parents while they were sitting still and you know keeping this sorta serene demeanor. I remember China. Take the sweets off of the altar. I think that's a no no. And I heard that when you would throw tantrums over not getting enough desert, your parents would say life is suffering yeah. I don't know. The Buddha would've. Would've. Doors the usage of his signature phrase. I totally agree it's a little hard on a little kid, but you know I fought back and in a strange way it's fueled this lifelong quest for understanding like real happiness in life, so so what? HOW WOULD NOT GETTING ENOUGH DESERT? Play into understanding real happy you know I just didn't buy the notion that we had to always look through a lens of the potential for harm or disappointment or let down and I think that was the message I was getting the. Hey, you know I. Don't get enough. Dessert. I didn't get as much of a toy as someone else got. Or you know we don't have as nice of a house as someone else. Then even those people in their comforts are probably disappointed by various things in their lives and struggling in ways that I can't imagine I don't think. I picked all that up. Though I was like. No sometimes I feel great. You know sometimes I'm having so much fun I can't even like. Hold of myself and just laughter and excitement and I'm not suffering in those moments. How do you define compassion so to find compassion? When I was studying in the laboratory had to find it in an emotional way. It was a specific state. It was the experience that you have when you encounter suffering can be in person or even in your mind, you think about some suffering, and you feel the urge, and you have an intention to do something about it to help to alleviate the suffering that you encounter. That's the experience of compassion as an emotion, so that separates it from empathy, which is yeah, misses the action. Yeah, I mean empathy, I think of as kind of necessary, but not sufficient for compassion, and but the is really more simple, and it is our ability to resonate with each other and our ability to understand the meaning of a another person's emotional expressions, but if If, you only have empathy. You have a lot of other paths. You can go down. That are not compassion, right? You can feel distressed yourself. You can feel Oh, I'm overwhelmed. There's I'm upset in in in being confronted with the suffering, you can kind of suppress any emotional experience that you have. That is sort of mirrored from another person and sort of look apathetic. Kind of Mandra down the road towards compassion, and that means you're not really thinking about yourself anymore, right? You're not focused on the potential for something to threaten you or the extent to which your physical experience is recognizable or familiar as your own pain or suffering, but you sorta channel whatever whatever feeling you have into activating your care, nurturance systems right you're. You're actually orienting yourself as a care provider as a nurture rather than sort of frenetically worried about the possibility that something could go wrong in in your own right.
More blood pressure meds recalled for cancer risk
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Violence, displacement continue, as 29 babies die of cold in northeast Syria camp
"This is Matt wells at you and news the World Health Organization. W H O says it's extremely concerned about the deteriorating humanitarian situation in our whole camp in serious, Al hasa governor, it's where infants reported to have died you too cold in the past two days alone over the last two months. Approximately twenty three thousand people mainly women and children fleeing hostilities in rural areas of neighboring Deir ez-zor have arrived in the camp. These twenty nine children and newborns of succumbed in the pasta eight weeks mainly from hypothermia while traveling to the camp shortly after arrival I've done one in Mckee spoke to WHO Representative in Syria. Elizabeth Hoff who said star in the camp were working round the clock to try and prevent further tragic loss of life. Amidst desperate conditions. Student I gender and is very difficult because of the hush students condition and. Has seen the things. January have been additional ten fifteen thousand people who have guys in the tense in in the media on the hygiene and an area. I think is now on the attack and the people has enough to and being days. This is the conditions that because people they have to be several days on to each the in your city. And we have seen that we have no more than essentially mine Davies main and most have done on exit Davies more an infant news fun because there is kind of told the right? I had to tell me I and Kenya for those times. And it just long journeys, I'm hygiene tossing Mahdi aid. And that will sustain you say four days in. Mario was three before they actually. Math to on their own the game. Decides leads unholy can did you get the chance to visit the camp and talk to the people over there. We have seen. Geico has had seen stab you have the mobile mobile and can make some four Medica teams working around the talks on the ground, and he has provided thirty five tells medical treatments, but unfortunately, in many of the new ones than the infants are in that condition Sunday. I I they can that's dieting company hours after. Do you have an summation about how many kids or people have died? Record for nine Timpson has died. Possession those bad. So I if Pete on the road died, and we don't have any in. In addition to these kids, then definitely has been talking about on. What's the most needed right now need, it is actually, you know, ten on the Kansas still the and patient for, but you know, the just because he knows anything suspense in any of these places. So they have to have more clothes and Jiang's. Yes. That's and also to done on the road to make sure that they can talk and advise the house climbing, and how the WTO helping and the camera now. Around the clock units that they're having to build. And also nice yard. And they are all thing. There's no can NGOs. But you know, the situation is a difficult be. Pretty close to people who are just been displaced. I such we have access to the camp and the access in on have the right to make sense. But he need to be people that I need at Laudi on. So that it can intervene early as this is the same for all patients went out of the challenges that you face in providing support to these people. Yeah. He'll actually facing access to an on general they need access. So that we can niece, and then we can send out some patients to them. Again. We'll easily to the charm, and we need to send out ambulances. So what you really need is excess on the rose all over Mahdi. If he finally if you can dillas about the situation in the entire country, the humanitarian health situation and the whole Syria in the country, I know much more stable, and it is easier to provide care services, but he knows to get sweaty typically access and that I still ongoing for the team for what I can. It's also the nicest to the hang on internally displaced after coming back to that area. Under gen I three to one we have more than three hundred me internally displaced who are also in need of support.
OJ Had an Accomplice, Former Manager's New Film Says
"For latest documentary on the OJ Simpson case proposes an interesting theory about the murders. He was acquitted of USA's Chris Barnes has details. OJ simpson's. Former manager is releasing this latest documentary about the infamous murders and in it. He claims Simpson did it and had a complex Norman Pardo says for the first time the most in-depth investigation into the case will show that not only was Timpson involved. But that he had at least one accomplice party's been working for four years to create the series. He's pitching it to networks beginning next week hoping to have it coincide with the twenty fifth anniversary of the murders of Nicole Brown Enron Goldman