35 Burst results for "Twenty Days"
Dads are the Coolest
"Top. Five wild dad's number five. The silverback gorilla silverback gorillas are social animals that live in groups called harem. Each harum consists of one adult male gorilla and several adult female gorillas and their babies. The one adult male gorilla serves as dad to all of the babies and takes care of them with help from their mommas. He has the important job of protecting the infants from predators and with a bunch of babies running around in different directions. You can be a challenging task. But don't worry this. Dad also gets to have some fun. He helps the babies learn to socialize and can often be found playing games with all of his little ones number. Four the rea- r. number four slot goes to an ostrich-like bird from south america. Who has a lot on its plate. During meetings season. The mail rea- built a large nest and puts on a show by stretching and controlling his body to attract the ladies. If his show is impressive several ladies will join his harem. Then the females will lay their eggs and leave to join another group. Now all of the work falls on. Papa ria who has upwards of fifty eggs to take care of all by himself. He works hard and sits on his nest. Keeping them warm for two months with little to no food and being a single dad doesn't get any easier once the eggs hatch. Young papa has dozens of tiny mouths to feed. Birds got a lot on his hands. I mean wings. Number three red fox arthur data on the list likes to practice tough love now from the moment. Red fox pups are born. Their dad goes out to hunt and brings back food for the family each day. These babies are gifted with three unlimited door dash but when the fox's turn about three months old dot cancels their food deliveries sounds harsh but dad knows that his little ones need to learn to hunt and forage on their own. The pumps don't love having their free food. Supply cut off but daddy helps ease them into things bearing food around the den and teaching them how to find it by using their super sniffers number two seahorse the second place slot on our countdown goes to a very unique animal where the male of the species gives birth. What yes i know. It sounds crazy but it's true. We're talking about seahorses now. During the courting process male and female seahorses will dance around each other. This dance can take days the to decide that they like each other. The be mobile deposit her eggs in the mail special pouch once safely inside the pouch the eggs are fertilized and they begin growing into miniature versions of adult seahorses and after only twenty days the father seahorse gives birth to hundreds of tiny little babies and now to announce the number one dad in the animal kingdom this prestigious title goes to the dad that gives the best piggyback rides the giant water bug
Revisiting The 1977 Dutch Train Hostage Crisis
"It was just dawn on a pleasant spring morning. When dutch marine commandos crept up to a motionless train. The cars had been the home of fifty one hostages for the past twenty days self malone gunmen guarded their captives who they hope to use as political leverage. The terrorists demanded that their pacific island home formerly dutch colony and under indonesian rule be given independence while the marines began boarding the train. Five jet airplanes dropped smoke bombs from above a journalist with the associated. Press was reporting from about three quarters of a mile away from where the train was located. He described what he experienced. The ground is trembling. They're firing a lot of firing. Everybody reporters photographers police. Army men are ducking down behind armored personnel carriers later it was estimated that over fifteen thousand bullets had been discharged by the military at the train. One of the hostages ought to j. tweaked woke up two gunshots and tried to take cover tweaked described the ensuing chaos to the new york times. We heard machine guns then. A horrible noise. I thought they were burning their way into the train. With acetylene torches or flame throwers later. We realized that they were planes. Flying over at the same time. Additional marines driving a tank stormed a small village school twelve miles away. The terrorists were holding another four hostages there between them. The two parties of more than two thousand soldiers and law enforcement officers freed fifty five hostages. The fighting six of the terrorists and two of the hostages were shot and killed. Some citizens wondered if such a dramatic show of force had really been necessary to finish the standoff but prime minister yoked and oil defended the operation in a radio broadcast claiming the government didn't have any other choice.
3 Habits That Will Change Your Business and Life
"The good thing about habits is that once you form them. They're actually hard to shake. Actually become who you are because a big part of your life and you don't let them go with other good or bad but sometimes starting a new habit is really hard to pick up so throughout today's lesson. I'm gonna give you some tips on how to pick up this habit how to make it. A part of your life had a stay consistent until it becomes one. You just can't shake a lot of research out there about habits. One of my books is charles. Do higgs book the power of habit. And there's a lot of studies about how long it takes the form a habit. You'll hear thirty days you'll hear twenty days but the study found that i really trust and what i actually found has worked for me or a has been true to me is habits. Really gift formed within forty days. Let me is a little over a month just under six weeks if you think about it. If you do something for six weeks it just becomes a part of your life. That's all pretty long time in terms of doing something consistently personally. I think that twenty days kinda short It's easy to kind of get out of habit between the twenty and thirty day mark and of course it all depends on how challenging creating or picking up. This new habit is for you personally. So i like these rule from a forty days. Do this for forty days and you will make it a part of your life do for four days straight and you will regret so this with the first habit that will change your business in life and i know when you hear some of these are going to be like really omar. Yes and i will explain so the first habit is waking up early. I know this sounds like you've heard it before. And so many people say this. And yeah omar. I read the miracle morning by hal. Our odd and i know that all the best achievers do this but this is really hard. Well there's a reason why you've heard so many times. There's a reason why you know all the cheever's jewett is because this actually works. This actually helps you in so many ways
Fasting and the Microbiome With Mike Mutzel
"Mike. Welcome to the fast. Transformation summit jonkers thanks. Thanks so much for the opportunity to great to be with you to amazing videos over the past couple of years. Super grateful to call you a friend Learn from you continue to learn from you and all the great work you're doing so honored to be here. It's just absolutely well. Thanks so much for being a part and howard tell everybody how you really got got started with functional medicine and and what interested you in the microbiome. Yeah really good. Question like people had health issues. My a foray into this Training in college. I wanted to be a pro cyclist. Don't ask me why just rose. This was back when lance armstrong was on the twitter. Franz madaba is really into it. sorta racing School bike team college by team and training. Twenty twenty five dollars a week and got really depressed. Tired had a lot of josh. Who's constipation diarrhea and so forth in. I kind of knew that. I was over training but i i went to the doctor and said half. You'll really like lightheaded. Every time i stand up. I get dizzy. What's going on and she's like you know like you're probably just depressed. It's your senior year. You're pre med student. Want you just take an assessor. I and i'm like. I don't think that's the issue so anyway went back to the medical research typed in overturning syndrome and i found this whole list of endocrinology gastrointestinal complications in athletes are overtraining. So weird that. This doctor wouldn't tell you about this anyway. So i just realized there was a chasm there. Through little bit of serendipity started working with it and we're going to medical doctor right after a guy into college after college got into a sales gig working for function. Medicine supplement company so got really exposed that way and my four range. The microbiome is through one of the medical assistance at gerard galleries office. In addition that i was working with so i can get some hours and some volunteer work In order to go to med school she thought she underwent gastric bypass surgery. Bariatric surgery lost was like two hundred pounds or two hundred fifty some odd pounds. Who the matter of one hundred twenty days didn't change your diet which was really interesting because i thought the dodgers would tell her to change her that so she was still kind of eating some of that junk food but but lost the weight and i thought there's got to be more to this than just restricting food. Someone can't eat the of the procedure.
Google Says 20% of Workers Will Be Remote, Many More Hybrid
"Most Google employees will have more flexibility in their work schedules the company says about sixty percent of its workers will be on a hybrid schedule that will include three days in the office in two days from wherever they work best twenty percent can change their location to a different office and the remaining twenty percent will continue working remotely even after Google offices reopen this fall also Google employees will have twenty days a year in which they can work from another location other than their main office the company will also offer reset days days off to help cope with the pandemic most of the one hundred thirty five thousand employees will work from home through this September I'm I can't put
Australians Under 50 Are Advised to Avoid the AstraZeneca Vaccine
"Been a massive week. Obviously there's been a lot of stuff that's come out especially about the the main basket that australia has put most of its vaccine eggs into which is astrazeneca. There's been revised advice about which groups of people should get it and really. They're advising against people getting if they under fifty which is a pretty big part of the population. so norman. what happened for the Sterling government make such a big coal astrazeneca. Well the took the time about it. You know we've been talking about now for three weeks on chronic casts. It's really been hard to escape that this is causing fact. Because of the very peculiar nature of this clotting abnormality where it's an antibody response to the platelets which both through juice the platelets and make them sticky causing clot so very unusual circumstance which many hematologists would never have seen in their career and it was happening. Predictably between four maybe fifteen or twenty days after the vaccine in a very very small number of people but enough that they've decided that it is a cause and effect relationship small number of people but the authorities were causing per million type situation when the data from germany said one on one hundred thousand and then even the uk where they were in a bit of denial to when they started looking they find one and two hundred fifty thousand. And there's no over two hundred cases there still. The denominator is so many millions of vaccines. It still is rare and unusual and for some reason does seem to be more common in younger people possibly because of some variation in how the vaccines been rolled out according to age group that that remains to be seen
Canada pauses AstraZeneca vaccine for under 55
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting Canada pauses the AstraZeneca covert nineteen vaccine for people under fifty five due to concerns about possible linkage to rare blood clots Canada is suspending the use of the Oxford AstraZeneca coded nineteen vaccine for people under the age of fifty five the pause was recommended by the national advisory committee on immunization Dr Joss Reimer of Manitoba's vaccine implementation task force said the rare blood clots typically develop between four and twenty days after getting the shot and symptoms can mirror a stroke or heart attack authorized in more than seventy countries the AstraZeneca shot is the pillar of the U. when backed project known as Kovacs that aims to get covert nineteen vaccines to poorer countries hi Mike Rossio
Nothing to sneeze at: Global warming triggers earlier pollen
"There is bad news for allergy sufferers a new study finds that pollen season is coming earlier and hitting harder and it's all due to global warming Monday's research is the first to use accepted scientific methods to attribute worsening allergies in the country directly to human caused climate change the big takeaway since nineteen ninety pollen season has started about twenty days earlier in the U. S. and Canada and pollen loads or twenty one percent higher doctor Stanley Feynman is an allergist in Atlanta years ago I would tell patients to start their preventive therapy around St Patrick's day so now I'm telling them to start and Valentine's day this study appeared in Monday's journal proceedings of the National Academy of sciences actually after
Modern Oracles and Astrology
"Welcome to kids myths and mystery signer host. Kit chrome with this podcast. I begin a month long examination of modern oracle's and their methods of divination last friday. I mentioned how not all forms of designation demand a psychic or even a sensitive one. Such form of discrimination astrology as common popular astrology is today is complex but as mentioned does not rely on the reader having psychic abilities instead relies heavily on planets and stars. Initially you might scoff at the idea of pulling any kind of prophecy from the heavenly bodies. But let's take a look at the history of astrology. Mayan astrology is a variation of mesoamerican astrology. One of the most forward thinking kinds of astrology of times. Mayan calendar's comprised of twenty day signs and thirteen galactic numbers. Making two hundred sixty day. Calendar year the mayan study of the moon planets milky way son was some of the most accurate pre telescope astronomy in the world. Mayan astrology goes back to around the fifth century bc. Then we have england stonehenge. Gerald hawkins work on stonehenge was first published in nature magazine in nineteen sixty three following analysis. He had carried out using a harvard. Smithsonian ibm computer. Hawkins found. Not one or two alignments but dozens. He had studied one hundred. Sixty five significant features at the monument and use the computer to check every alignment between them against every rising and setting point for the sun moon planets and bright stars the position say would have been in in fifteen hundred bc so has astrology around for a while no doubt but let's go back to present to find out how astrology works. Here's a simple answer. Astrology works on many levels at the simplest level. It is not unlike a complex clock the uses the motions of the planets in a similar way to the movement to the hands on the face of a clock. Now let's dig a little deeper. Astrology is the belief that the alignment of stars and planets affects every individual mu personality and environment depending on when he or she was born. Astrologers print horoscopes and newspapers that are personalized by birthday. These horoscopes make predictions in people's personal. Lives describe their personalities and give them advice. All according to the position of astronomical bodies a survey conducted by the national science foundation found that forty one percent of respondents to their poll. Believe that astrology is very scientific. This begs the question astronomical bodies affect our lives. Solar flares cost electro magnetic disturbances on earth. That can disrupt satellites and even caused blackouts. The position of the moon costs us ocean tides. If you're a fisherman that position of the moon can have a significant effect on your livelihood. The solar wind causes beautiful aurora and sunlight itself is the main source of energy for our planet. Still the question. How is strategy as a tool of divination astrology uses a set of rules about the relative positions and movements of heavenly bodies to generate predictions and explanations for events on earth and human personality traits. Some used astrology to generate very specific expectations. It could be verified against outcomes. What does science have to say about astrology. Simply that it's not scientific yet. Hundreds of thousands of people have been influenced by designation nation provided by astrologers millions across america. No there astra logical sign and read their horoscope in the newspaper. Daily get this j pierpoint morgan. One of the world's greatest fight answers was suspicious of accepting planetary advice but ended up applying astrology to all of his personal affairs. John adams famous second president of the united states refused to sign the declaration of independence until the exact moment planetary indications were most auspicious. And this will really get ya jay. Jacob stout jeff pierpoint morgan and seymour cromwell comprised a bracket of three successive presidents of the new york stock exchange who utilized astronaut. Advice implanted their operations. They scoffed at this. However upon the arrival of the wall street crash these men had been warned by their astrologers and thus averted disaster disci- support astrology is a form of give nation. No has astrology affected millions of individuals over the centuries the answer is a resounding yes
As California virus cases fall, more people than ever dying
"The steep surge of coronavirus cases in California has begun to taper but the state has passed a milestone for deaths data compiled by Johns Hopkins University shows more than forty thousand people have now died from covert nineteen in California in the rate has been accelerating it took six months for the state to reach its first ten thousand deaths four months to add another ten thousand and then just five weeks now the total has gone from thirty thousand to forty thousand in just twenty days California trails only New York and virus related deaths and appears sure to pass it even though new cases in hospitalizations have declined rapidly in the last two weeks the victims have been young and old though mostly older some fit and healthy but many more with an array of underlying medical conditions I'm Ben Thomas
You thought herd immunity would save us? Maybe not
"We're talking about pandemics norman one of the phrases that was bandied about a lot especially at the beginning was the idea of herd immunity that we get to a stage where the virus con spread willy nilly through the community anymore because enough people have had it that it doesn't spread as rapidly anymore and the theoretical threshold for that based on how much a single person with covid sort of tends to spread to was about sixty seventy percent. So what do we know about places in the world where there has been a lot of cover transmission whether we're reaching this community threshold and it's actually making a difference. Well funny you should say that because a couple of days ago in the lancet published a report from brazil which is actually quite disturbing. So the reported from a city in brazil called monas- who are monogamous. Which is in the amazon northwest brazil. I think it is and they had done a study of blood. Donors indicated four seventy. Six percent of the population had been affected with sars cov to by october of last year. And therefore you would assume with fat pie attack rates. You've got herod immunity which is above sixty as you said between sixteen seventy percent except that happened in january in other words just this month between the first of january in january nineteenth compared to december first two thousand nine hundred they had three thousand four hundred thirty one hospital admissions for sars coffee to for covid nineteen compared to five hundred and fifty two in the first twenty days for three weeks of december right. So they've had a big spike last year. It's dropped off. And now the saying a big spike again now. This and hospitalizations had remained low for about seven months. And you've just seen this spike in january and The question is what's going on here. So you could have overestimated the attack rate and the haired immunity ratio so possible that it's a high estimate in terms of when people were immune but even their low estimates based on perhaps errors in their assumptions of Wayne people what antibody response. It's still about fifty two percent as their low estimate there and that should still can fair some degree of immunity. But they do say that when you compare. The blood donors to average population. There was no difference in the university seems to be quite a representative sample of the general community. So they assume but seventy six percent is accurate so then they go onto looking at whether or not. There's been a waning of antibodies. During that time that could be other response but they showed that you and british healthcare workers reinfection was rare up to about six months after the primary infection. It could be due to variance because we've talked a lot on kron cast by the variance in brazil and they've really got to three lineages of variants in brazil which could be both more virulent and indeed war contagious. So the worry here is that we don't really know why they've had a resurgence in a community that should be pretty immune and it's not that these people are getting a model infection the second time around either because the measure that they looking at his hospitalization so presumably people quite sick. Yes and there is growing evidence that some some of these variants are were virulence. Although that's that's not been confirmed in any pure view jr journal. In fact one thing i need to say. But this paper is that it's in the lancet. And therefore it has gone undergone some degree of peer review rather than some of the other pre publication papers. We sometimes court from. So what are we. Take away from this. It seems like a pretty scary fact is is heard immunity. A false goal. Do we know whether vaccination is going to have a long long lasting immunity associated with it like this kind of worrying. It is kind of wearing. The good news is that consistent evidence from immunization at least with the astro vaccine and the fis vaccine even though the astro vaccine may be less efficacious at preventing all disease is that they do seem to generate an immune response. That's bigger and deeper than you get from alive infection which is very unusual. 'cause usually live infections. Give you a better degree of immunity particularly with influenza. But it seems to be contradicted in this. So it's likely that vaccination gives you a better immune response that lasts longer. But you'd have to say that from the study you don't have to watch pretty closely whether or not immunity wayne's faster are your vulnerable to variants more than people have thoughts. I mean it's it's mystery could be wrong but it's a it's a real warning sign.
Wolves' Beasley pleads guilty to felony charge
"Minnesota timberwolves maliki beasley guilty to a felony charge of threats of violence. But he won't have to serve jail time or home confinement home confinement until after the season in his sentence will not exceed one hundred twenty days off his felony. Drug charge was dismissed
An Interview with Grace Mitchell
"Okay so i wanna talk a little bit about your tv show and also your new line for at home. So tell me a little bit about your tv show and the new christmas collection. My tv show on hgtv is called one of a kind and it's basically about what i do in real life which is taking people's memories and and experiences and putting it into their homes You know i like to think about going beyond just making him pretty room and really making it personal and unique to them to where they really feel like their home and so i've done two seasons of that that have already aired and you can watch it on. Hdtv dot com or amazon. Or you know whatever you watch television in four at home so a really you know awesome adventure in my life has been working with at home on product line and Which includes christmas a really beautiful christmas collection that. I'm really proud of actually. Just put up christmas lights yesterday. The earliest. I've ever decorated christmas. Ever normally you know when. I'm pulling christmas out for one thing. My christmas stuff is not well organized right now but i am changing not in twenty twenty days yes but a kind of dread it like pulling it out in the boxes. They're all broken and blah blah blah. But this year. I am pumped. I think you know. I've seen a lot of this just looking at social media to people decorating really early because We are just ready for the cheer and some magic like let's get some magic up in here. it's true so you're at home. Is lots of releases and chris. Mrs just one of them right. Yes so this. Is you know where the grace mitchell for whom collection is going to be around a long time in though. Yeah so we. We worked pretty pretty far ahead. And i just feel like each collection gets better and better just so excited about all of them in just the unique things that they bring to a store you can just walk into which is great. You know a lot of people online shop. And i do some of that too. But it's sort of like magazines and books. There's just nothing like getting a magazine and opening and feeling the pages looking to pictures and dog airing and tearing out you can't. It's it's it's different. It's just hard to get that feel online. And i feel like it's the same sort of with home decor to go in there and piece things together in my car and looking at all I love you know when people send me videos and photos of them going in the store and looking at it and talking about what they like and and showing like with what they already have at home and how they're gonna pay for it and then with the holiday collection I really love a sort of a vintage kind of heirloom like special christmas things. You know I feel like a lot of christmas for a number of years of for us was like throw away. So yeah you get these begging by like the two hundred ornament It breaks your kids. Terrel the top soften thrown away. So i love this like every item just feels really special and unique and personal. It's just like the weight of it even like some of the weights of the ornaments just feels good and like some of my favorite ornaments are some from My husband's grandmother. Who i feel like it's my own And you know. They're really old from those thirties and forties. And there's you know the details the hand painting and the magic of them. I really just tried to for that too now so that you feel like when you buy it at your find something really special like something that feels like it sort of have a has in memory attached to it in a way. Yes we'll be showing a lot of pictures of the collection in the show notes. And i'm heading over there right after we chat and i'm hoping to get some of the varied size would christmas trees. Yeah yeah the the light up christmas trees. Those are ready. So i actually as soon as soon as i see fresh garlan in the store i bought all different trees You know an odd number. So i think i have eleven total for my mantle and i just so those yeah in there and it just feels really exciting to decorate for christmas this year. And i'm so proud of the collection. Because i feel like it's just so magical even when i showed my kids you know. I took my kids here. They were like oh. This is your special with really sweet. And it's been you know. A lot of the collection has sweet little like woodland animals And each animal sorta corresponds to. You made me think of one of my children. So it's just you know kids like there are very specific things that i remember my childhood that my mom would bring out like we had this little box with the dancing santa and light up the kids love that stuff so some of the ornaments light up the trees light up. Some of the things twinkle. They've got like a snow globe with the music box. And those are the things that. I remember from my childhood at christmas so i wouldn't put those things in the collection. Also
EPISODE 35: Election Fraud / Interference - The Facts, The History & The Conspiracy Theory - burst 02
"It got me thinking back to twenty seventeen And it was about one hundred twenty days into president. Trump's presidency and i wrote an article on statecraft was over dot com called plot. Twist the komi in in it. I kind of touched on a scenario. That i thought was intriguing and it was right around the time that memo's were coming about For komi where the left was just so hard up to try and find something anything they can impeach president trump on and They're at that point in time. The democrats were demanding. Memo's be released in an investigation launched and impeachment proceedings to start and so i theorized in that article that you know what if blinded by their absolute rage over losing the election in november and doing whatever it takes to get president trump out of the white house they now have inadvertently exposed information within other memos comey may have made because they wanted to make all of comey's memo's pop public record right at the time it was all about how komi keeps these immaculate notes on everything and anything he does. It was the whole reason why after he was president trump that one day he immediately went out to his car grabbed laptop and started writing out notes from that from that meeting that everybody wanted where he's a take it easy anyway but that opened the door to all of comey's memo's well at the time and of course s things played out. You know we. We got access to some of them but not all of them and you know it really did kind of turn on the democrats what i thought because know i made the point. Could you imagine the look on president trump's face if he were to be exonerated of any wrongdoing which did happen right. He did get impeached but at the same point in time he got acquitted as well because there was no wrongdoing. Even the molar report showed that there was no wrongdoing. And you know those four hundred and forty eight pages are out there. There's very very little redacted to muller's credit into Ag bars credit there was very little redacted in that document. So you can actually go out and see. Just how much of the report was there. And there was no russian collusion which we knew all along well. Those of us who knew president trump knew all along but i wrote in the plot twists. The komi memo's back in two thousand seventeen and linked to it so you guys can go back and take a look at it if you want to. It's a short article to like a minute and a half to read. But anyway you know if i made the point that if he was exonerated of any wrongdoing and then to add insult to injury for the democratic party that You know they actually exposed through those memos and documents wrongdoing done by the democrats in thereby getting hillary clinton locked up right which you know we finding out now. Due to release of memos that were done earlier this year. But that's exactly what happened. That this whole russian collusion story that chased or that was held over a president trump ted for two years and You know hindered. His presidency in the beginning was all made up and fabricated by hillary. So in prepping for this week's podcast. I was thinking about that and so i wanted to kind of lay out since two thousand seventeen when i wrote that my gut knee joking reaction was actually right just took a while for it to pan out took almost four years for it to pan out but i was right. I wanted to talk about the election fraud now. Obviously we don't have four years to have this one pan out and president trump is running out of time and it's looking more and more likely that we will have a biden harris administration As much as it pains me to say. I
Anticipating the Logistics of a COVID-19 Vaccination Effort
"You have a highly efficacious vaccine and only a relatively small forty fifty percent of the people get vaccinated. You're not gonna get the herd immunity. You need what we do need is we need to get as many people as possible vaccinated so a lot of work still to be done. As we mentioned astrazeneca today joined pfizer and moderna becoming the third maker now of a highly effective vaccine candidate. Their version said to be cheaper easier to transport one of the that wants the vaccines are fda approved. The next challenge will be actually getting shots into arms across our country and around. The world complicating matters. The trump administration has so far not communicated distribution plans with the incoming biden administration. Back with us again tonight. Is mike oester home. Professor and the director for the center of infectious disease research and policy university of minnesota also happens to be a newly named member of the president-elect's covert nineteen advisory board. Michael i presume this helps that up. Twenty day wait to get your hands on. Everything is better than maybe a forty day weight. And i'm not sure our audience understands you've been forbidden from calling your public health counterparts inside this sitting government before we got actual notification that the transition is underway. So does this help. Thank you brian. It helps a lot. The transition team will immediately begin reaching out to those federal partners. Whether they be at the fda or the nih for the cdc so that we can in fact begin. Planning not just for what's happening now but well after january and so this is a very important development and one that will really help us a lot with the vaccine delivery to the united states. Is it a strange feeling that you're some total efforts are the hit the ground running january twentieth and in some cases you're inheriting wheels. That aren't moving. You're inheriting at administration without as we have this conversation a national plan. Well you know. I think it's really important to remember. We do have a number of really highly talented and skilled scientists within the federal government. I mean tony cheese. A classic example there are many outstanding individuals at the cdc in the fda that have had many many years of career service and really outstanding science development and research and so the fact says that they will still be part of this team. going forward. and i know that The biden harris administration will use that scientific expertise immediately. in addition. is you know the incoming administration is already starting to develop their own plants Whether it be around vaccination testing et cetera. So i think it it will be a good hand off that will occur and i'm excited about the fact that we now collectively all of us can really work together with science as the basic of value that. We're all using to judge what we do. So i think the next several weeks will actually be very positive in terms of what we can do to to move. This administered new administration forward. So that on january twentieth. It does hit the ground running. We have a graphic showing the air traffic currently over the united states. Every icon is an aircraft with people on board all those people leaving somewhere to go visit somewhere to then return home. Is it now predicted in your line of work because of all these people getting together. Despite all the government warnings that we're going to see a bump in hospitalizations and the death toll just in time for christmas. You know brian. This is one of the really sad commentaries about where we're at right now is helping america's understand the seriousness of the situation tonight as we said here we have over. Eight hundred thousand americans hospitals around the country with covid nineteen infections. Many of them critically. Ill are hospitals. Are breaking at the seams right now and so. It's really important that people understand. No one is asking them to sacrifice or to reduce their contact with others. Just for the sake of this is really about human life. it's about maintaining our healthcare systems. So yeah this is a real challenge for us and as you've seen as you know having been on this show a number of times with you you've seen what's happened since labor day. We've gone from twenty six thousand cases a day reported to now we're averaging over one hundred and seventy thousand cases and before long will be well over two hundred thousand cases a day that is going to break our healthcare system so please america understand you know we gotta stop swapping air in. The way we do that is we. Don't do all this. Large crowd related activity. That travel is going to be a problem and I don't wanna see where we're going to be in four or five weeks. It scares me a great deal. Dr michael oester home. Our thanks as always for joining us tonight. Greatly appreciate it. Good luck with your work upcoming
No. 14 Oklahoma State holds off Kansas State, 20-18
"Fumble recovery for a touchdown by Oklahoma state safety Jason Taylor the second sealed a twenty day eighteen win over Kansas state I didn't expect it at all so when it came out I was surprised you got to run and while I'm not your doctor make a bike but he came up with the loose ball after Kansas state freshman quarterback will Howard coughed it up and returned it eighty five yards that gave the cowboys a twenty to twelve lead in case state responded with a touchdown to cut into the lead but the Wildcats failed for the second time in the game and the two point conversion attempt Greg Echlin Manhattan Kansas
Traveling With A Full-Time Job
"While in the United Kingdom. Most people get Twenty Eight Days of paid annual leave a year without the inclusion of sick time in public holidays. The United States does not guarantee that workers paid vacation days or holidays. It's one of the only advanced economies in the world. Where paid annual leave is not universally mandated by the federal government. No, minimum requirements whatsoever. Nevertheless according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics on average most private-sector employees in the US get ten days of PTO throughout this book will use 10 as our starting figure and examples. I will also use PTO and vacation time interchangeably. I know this reality sucks, but I wanted to remind you that you have more control over the situation than you think. Yes, you can choose to harp on what you don't need have not enough time or flexibility or you can choose to learn how to make the best use of the time. You do have an advocate for yourself at work wage. Not everyone has the means or the ability to drop everything and travel the world for an extended amount of time. Frankly. Not everyone has a desire to either dead yet. That doesn't mean you cannot incorporate More Travel into your everyday life. Your livelihood and love of travel do not have to battle it out in the gulag. Let me know if you get the Call of Duty reference. If you get 10 days off a year, how can you make those ten days turn into twenty or Thirty conversely. How can you make those 10 days count? So you're off doing the things that matter most? If you believe in the Law of Attraction you attract into your life, whatever you focus on all thoughts turn into things and if you think negatively about what you don't have you walk in you to struggle and live in scarcity. Reframing my mindset early on has helped me feel more in control of my life and nudge me to use my free time wisely, although I get twice as many vacation days a year, then the national average. I wish I had more guess what though? I have a hundred and for weekend days to use as I wish I also get an additional eight public holidays, which means I am blessed with a hundred thirty two days out of the year to go somewhere. Have fun and create new memories. Do you see how I reframed my lack and turned it into abundance. I turned twenty days into 132 Days by embracing a map review of all the free time. I have in a year a life of full-time work and part-time travel is not as difficult as you may think but it will require dedication and commitment on your part. I'm here to remind you that you have all of the time and talent to go after what you want. How do you shift your mindset? So you can Embrace a travel Abundant Life Style? First and foremost get off the fence and make a decision. How important is travel to you is travel and non-negotiable or is it something you are willing to put off? Is it somewhere in between take time to reflect and write what comes up for you said usually your first thought is your most honest secondly stop saying you don't have the time instead daydream about what life could look like wage if you no longer allow time to be an excuse. Understand your why and if this is what you truly want prepare for the hard work that comes with expanding your horizon and being a good Steward of your time. Let go of any fear, you may be holding on to break free from the fear of failure getting your hopes up and let go of the fear of rejection getting denied time off. Lastly years later when you look back at your life. Will you have any regrets? Will you regret not pursuing your interest and prioritizing your values or will you be happy you made the effort to figure things out?
How to Get Value from Equipment and Heavy Machinery Data - with Manuel Terranova of PEAXY
"So Manuel I know we're GONNA be talking about the value of data for expensive equipment were heavy industry defense, etc. I WANNA. Start off by talking about just what the predictive value of data in that space is broadly this is really your area of expertise. Maybe you could start us off by just talking about why it's valuable in the first place. While I see the value of predictive touching every part of the enterprise and it doesn't really matter whether it's private sector or whether we're talking defense or other government functions I do see more senior folks in private sector enterprise really focused on the big things that matter big things that matter could be, for example, inventory management and inventory staging. Big things that matter could include. Let's say getting invoices out at the right time middle managers that we meet. With a more focused on long term value that predictive can bring specifically predicting when equipment needs intervention or when equipment is about to fail, and those are challenges at take a little bit more time they are generally what I would call a face or face three type of objective whereas these broader senior level manager issues such as inventory logistics, billing revenue. These are nearer phase one in phase two objectives that we like the fold into our statements of work. Maybe, you can talk about kind of the phases with which this rolls out obviously overhauling data getting particularly predictive value from data. Is Not an overnight process obviously, there's workflows to change in maybe the four mandate etc. to to work with can you talk a little bit about what maturity looks like they're to work our way towards predictive value? Sure, we're not shop. So we believe in delivering value in one hundred and twenty day increments We run the entire company on single two week sprint that covers all our customers and. Generally. When I'm sitting at a customer location, I've got three proponents and one skeptic at the table and the challenge with a convincing the skeptics and the naysayers to put value into the roadmap as soon as you can, and generally we try to do that in one hundred twenty days if not less type of timeframe. This is an incremental approach. There is a lot of data hygiene that needs to be confronted in the first one, hundred twenty days of any machine learning type engagement, and I've stopped apologizing to investors about that. By the way, it is a high touch business, the business that we're in. These assets are large mission critical have multidex life. It doesn't matter whether you're fortune one hundred or start up. We see challenges around managing the data landscape especially when you think about managing the data landscape by a serialized thread and my big. Lesson from my days in in large rotating equipment and batteries is there's no to assets that come off the production line that are equivalent. This is true for steam turbines or gas turbines or gearboxes or wing sections of major aircraft. They are so complex and so unique that if you don't understand your data by a serial number and you don't manage that data footprint by serial number over the life of the equipment, you really have a lot of work to do on the hygiene front before you can get to advanced analytics like machine. Learning. So typically, I try to set customer expectations early around understanding data landscape, understanding the unjust points, understanding how we're going to model the data and make it a -able or give it parameters that we can than work with down the line for machine learning, and it takes a bit of time in those first one, hundred and twenty days to get it all sorted and often customers are surprised at how much work actually has to be done with their data before we get into the condition where machine learning can
"twenty days" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Twenty days scored better cycling times with greater output than those who did not take it. So they fight faster. I mean, remember this accident that is one of the few got soluble antioxidants that can actually neutralize three radicals even at the site of the Mike Okon drill membrane. If like cellular body armor, protecting yourselves your joints blood vessels, brain heart and Oregon's on many levels. Impressive on so many levels so much great information there, and I know this asked his Anthon has about a dozen patents to looking here. There's a patent for promoting I health, reducing I fatigued. There's a patent for inhibiting the expression of cytokines and cells and a patent get this on composition for body fat reduction there's one for improving muscle atrophy in older adults Sherry I like to be a little bit of a skeptic here. How can this one simple nutrient magically do all of this? Can this ask to affects gives us so many benefits? I mean, really. Yeah. I know. It sounds amazing too. Good to be true. But it really is true. Many studies that I'm referencing here. They're available on PubMed. These are reputable clinical studies conducted by leading researchers around the world that really back the benefits of zanthoens muscle. Output is better with us zanthosyn to and. This comes from zanthosyn research published in the international journal of sports, nutrition, November two thousand and eleven this was another study done with cyclists. They took four milligrams of zanthosyn. It was small study, but very positive showing that cyclist improved their trial time by two minutes in a twenty kilometer bike race. I mean that's a meaningful improvement in a race like this. And the researchers said that they also burn fat more efficiently, which makes sense based on this research purity can actually make the claim that asked FX will promote and improve power output in your muscles. I mean, I tell people asked us in his strength and power, it's transformative if you like energy, and this was found in other studies to like one that looked at hand grip. Strangles great information necessary. I want to share a couple more testimonials to caught my attention out of the so many right there on the purity website, again, these are unsolicited these from real people, here's one from Rick is a male age fifty. Five to sixty four lives in Naples, Florida. He writes, this what a great product asked affects has been for me. After starting taking asked affects my workout and strength is increased as if I were in my twenties again, and I've only been on asked affects for two months now can't wait to see the long term effect. I look forward to taking asked to FX every morning for my afternoon workouts. I'll be taking this product for a long time. There's DD she's a female age forty five to fifty four. She lives in laurel park, North Carolina. She writes this, quote, I've been using to affects for a month. Now, I can see the difference in my energy level. I now have more energy feel better since taking this product. I can actually see a difference in my skin as well. I'm a smoker who has smoking lines around my mouth, but the lines have diminished about fifty percent overall. I am so thrilled with my energy level. I love this product just couple of samples from the real people who have responded on fury's website, and Sherry I'm looking at the list of patents again on this. Asda's Anthony compound, this is where the science research backs up over talking about this is just flat out amazing and Sherry a lot of people out. There are going to think when I'm going to say here sounds a little bit odd. But you said before the show this supplement may even help people drive a car better or use the computer more comfortably cutting come on. How does this happen? It does sound funny, but accident affects may actually help in these areas too. And here's why one of the interesting things about asked his aunt. Then is that it's a relative of vitamin A. And we know that vitamin as good fries. Good for vision. Asked us Anthon is to ask the fans has actually been shown to fight oxidation in IT issue. Scientists did a study where they found a forty six percent improvement in a measurement called depth perception that depth perception that's our ability to determine distances between objects are basically to see three dimensions. And researchers they studied a handball team specifically looking at how quick. Really, they could change focus, and guess what the handball team that was supplementing with us, then they were able to improve their accuracy and improve their performance in the depth perception test other research is also shown that asked his aunt and helps reduce IFA Teague. And you know, when you're on a computer that's a big deal everyone's on computers, these days and prolonged periods of time, and it's hard on her eyes. And we know that if you're driving a car, and it's late at night, and your reaction time is slow. That's not good after that that actually helps the ice focus and refocus Dr heck HD one of the leading researchers at Asterio says that the product actually helps your eyes be more resilient you see better with your eyes are healthier. I mean who doesn't love those done effects. Again, we're talking with pharmacists and health author Sherry Turco's about our free bottle offer for purity products talking about asked to FX so much ground to cover Sherry, I wanna get back to the skin benefits in this issue of wrinkle reduction, not I repeat. Not as a cream or as a lotion. But as a capsule, you take it orally this patent. 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"twenty days" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"KFI handle here on a Saturday morning. And welcome back to the show. This is handle on the law. Marginal legal advice. Hello, Russ, welcome. They hit along the law. Yes, sir. Yeah. Last year, I took a payday loan. Against my SSI cheque. The big ten do a month later, they put in putting me on social security retirement, taking me off SSI. And now they want the whole not back or at least fifty dollars a month. Well, how much are you talking about three hundred fifteen dollars? And they want the entire amount back. What does the contract say? I mean when you took out that payday loan. It doesn't specify the fact that they changed my SSI. The results of the kid retirement. Well, that doesn't matter the payday loan people didn't do that so security did that right? I believe so. Yes, right. I yeah. I got it payday people. Really don't have the ability to change your social security status. All right. They want fifty bucks a month. Yes. And nothing in the contract says you're supposed to pay them a minimum payment or within a time. Specify. They just said here's three hundred and fifteen dollars in pay it when you want. Yes, sir. Well, they're going to have to sue you. If that's the case while they're gonna have to sue you. Anyway. And did you remember? No that wouldn't work. Okay. So yeah, they'd have to sue you get the money back says simple, and they're not going to be able to get it from social security your SSI. So with injuries these payday loans with interest piling up, and you don't pay them within a year is probably I dunno one point three million dollars. And then it starts going up pretty quickly after that. Okay. Yeah. Okay. Yeah. Great payday loans are tough. I mean, you take them out. I understand people to take them out. But man, you have to pay those back very quickly because it is really those are really tough. All right. Dante Dante Europe. Welcome. Hi, how're you doing? I I have an issue with a lot of what's improperly served. Okay. Landlord and based on a false accusation that he concocted, and and I ended up having to call the police on him and having charges against him. Assault and battery. So he therefore decided to evict me, but I'm properly serve me. And then before the shirts showed up the Decatur. I I responded and every now have a court date and when I went to try to prepare for this. I can't afford it. He representations still always have to self represents represent. I mean, this is small claims quarters superior court. I guess is five spirit. Courthouse. Yeah. Well, I don't care what the courthouse is. But it's corker talk about a restraining order, right? Well, I've already got the restraining order. But now I'm talking about the responding to the loss Olympic. No. Yeah. You can do that yourself your landlord tenant court now, you're arguing improper service, correct? Yeah. And false premise. Well. They can argue. I mean, they were going to argue that it's not just your word versus a landlords word. So let's start talking about improper service for starters. What's your basis of saying, it's improper service? While I was told that keep posters of paper on the doors. Get decreed eight. That's a. Yeah. That's and that's and you had paid the rent. Yeah. Okay. Okay. That's improper. But that's not a that's not improper service. He didn't mail me. Well, it doesn't matter if he posted on the door. That's that's good enough for an addiction notice. But it is not unlawful detained her to throw you out. First of all it has to be for three days and has to be a three day notice to pay pay or quit, and he's trying to fees trying to evict you based on simply a three day notice get out, and you've paid the rent. You've won it you beat it right there. That's that's your offense. Yeah. Okay. And and and but as far as like a so that's it. Yeah. You go. Hey, you know, what it's not a question of improper notice 'cause I'm willing to bet. That'd be served you with a lawsuit right about twenty days later. I understand, but he served you. He served you with a lawsuit. Yeah. Okay. Improper that's not improper service. What's improper is procedurally? He gave you a three day notice. You can't just have a three day notice out of the blue. You have to notice has to be at least thirty days, and depending on whether it's rank control or not. So that's what you do defend yourself. Okay. Let's go up there and based on. Is ability. I think there may be some interesting issues going on. Yeah. Oh, yes. All right. Louie? Louie? I'm a retired teacher. And when I retired I wanted to supplement my pension by substitute teaching in the district. Core for twenty two years. My official personnel record is flawless stackable. However, the last principal at school. I was teaching it had some sort of indebted in a private file, which he submitted to the superintendent saying I should be able to substitute teach because of various information, that's totally false. I'm trying to beat me with the them. They won't be with me. I tried to get talked to the union the union says you no longer pay dues. So wait a minute. No longer pay dues. But when you retire. You don't pay dues. Oh, I see. But you're no. And you're no longer a member of the union. Not as of now, I was twenty two years. Yeah. I'm assuming substitute teachers aren't represented by the union. I don't know if they are not. So you're not being given. You're not being given substitute work because you have a single super you have a single principle that hate you. Oh boy. All right. You've gone to the school board. And they're saying too bad. He hates you. Therefore, you're not gonna get any work. Yeah. They basically do not want to be involved. Okay. So now, you've got an interesting issue going on is you've got a legal fight on your hands or practically you just go to another school district. Right. That's otherwise, you're you're in the middle of a legal fight. And you get you get to sue the principal for false accusation. And he's going to say that's not false. What did he Hughes? You of. Oh, he accused me when I disciplined students, I was affecting their self esteem. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. And and by the way, that may be his position, right? So it's, you know, false accusation if he believes that disciplining students it has to do with self esteem, and you've gone too far. That's his belief, right? I have witnesses that I told him you can talk to you. All right. Well, then you are you prepared to hire a lawyer. I'm just wondering should I or you have no choice. I can do it yourself. Yeah. I mean, you're going to have to find you're going to have to find a lawyer out there. Unfortunately, you have no choice because how you fight that one yourself. I didn't discipline the kids. I didn't cause them to have lower self esteem and the principal says, yes, he did. I mean, I don't know where you go with that. Now, if you have your identity stolen that is a nightmare. You know, someone's identity stolen, every two seconds. And so it's question of probably win. Not if and if you look at monitoring your credit there are holes there, which is why lifelock is around. Lifelock is about identity protection. What a job they do. I have a personal story. My daughter Barbara had her identity attempted to be stolen in lifelock. Shut it down. That's lifelock. So since no one.
"twenty days" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"You will be released in about twenty days. So that's created a poll factor wants people figure that out. They don't mind being arrested. They don't mind being incarcerated for a few days because they know they're going to be released into the United States. You try to rip the president with the story. But the facts won't let you yes. This is a crisis. She's gonna kill us and to say we're against the wall because it's not a silver bullet. Well, I mean, the silver bullet itself is exists. It's a paper machine. It's a it's a straw, man. Right. There are no silver bullets for any problems. Right. The there's a combination of things and also the apprehensions have declined. I'm not sure how you measure apprehensions because we don't have people are crossing in these void. But we do know the four hundred thousand have come at least in the last year that were four hundred thousand people in a year that we know. No of I mean, this is not tenable. And don't forget the laws once you're here, and you have the right to these asylum here because they're all coach now to claim asylum by lawyers and human rights advocates. So to speak. Then then they're in the country illegally. And they're part of our social fabric be propped up in paid for. They're never going to leave right under the under our current laws. So it's a it's a massive problem needs to be dealt with. Right. So Michael good. What's gonna stick around because they got attack tap into your journalistic background to find out about the BuzzFeed situation where it falls in the blunder of all time as it relates to the Russia probe and what ruly truly Giuliani was tactically up to over the weekend. This is the Brian Kilmeade show. It is Martin Luther King day. It's a Monday, don't move Brian Kilmeade. Now, the three big things you need to know. Three gas prices are up.
"twenty days" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"One hundred and twenty days the court will hold a post discovery hearing to determine if Judicial Watch may also depose additional witnesses, including Hillary Clinton and her former chief of staff, Cheryl mills. Judge Lambert ordered written responses under oath to judicial watches questions from Obama administration senior officials rice rose roads, excuse me and Sullivan, and the former FBI official rice and roads will answer questions under oath also on the Benghazi scandal. Rejecting the state and Justice departments objections to discovery on Benghazi, talking points, judge Lambert reiterated. Yet reiterated quote, yet Rice's talking points and states understanding of the attack play an unavoidably central role in the Hillary Email case information about the points development and content as well as their discussion and dissemination before and after Rice's appearances when she went on and lied, right? On on TV about the fact that that the the attack on Benghazi was because of a video would not it was a terrorist attack right after Rice's appearances could reveal unsearched relevant records states role in the points. Content and development could shed light on Clinton's motives for shielding. Her emails from freedom of information request or on the State Department's reluctance to search her emails. So what they're saying is. We we want to know about Hillary's emails, and and whether you know, why she did it and one of the reasons that she might have done it was so they need to know whether there's things on Benghazi that were discussed back and forth that would make the case. As I guess cooperating evidence that this is what she planned all along. She planned to do things like this and discuss things that she never wanted to be in the freedom of information act, for example. On her server, did you write emails back and forth, where you discuss the fact that you would you would say this, and what date was it? And it's very important because we know when the hearing with Hillary, we know that on the night of the Benghazi attack. She knew it was not a video. So did she tell her to go with talking points and knowingly lie and then at that point, you know, on the Email system when she's discussing it with her aides? That's what they're looking. That's what the judge said. They would be looking for is evidence that she. You know, she was telling them or encouraging them to give a narrative that she knew was false, which would be one of the reasons why would that be there's more evidence of why she wanted to hide her Email from the freedom of information act. So she could tell her staff to go do something that was lying to the American public. Whoa. Well, it's a big deal. And we've we've seen it. And also there's been speculation about the connection between Benghazi and the Email scandal about what would we learn as, you know, during her time as secretary of state. What would we learn about her behavior? I mean, I think we learned a great deal, of course, with then director James Comey. No reasonable prosecutor would would pursue the law that was clearly broken. But beyond that. What other laws may have been broken? What other lines may have been crossed the American people deserve the truth. Judicial.
"twenty days" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Twenty days. Kind of gives you an idea. Muffin gills in Scott and a bit twenty days inside something the size of a minivan is one thing. Can you imagine spending years in there, which is how long you'd need to get to Mars? It sounds like the worst road trip ever how on earth. Do you even prepare people for that kind of journey? It's a question. I put Libby Jackson manager of the human spaceflight and micro gravity program. Here. The UK space agency when astronauts selected their psychological characteristics. One of the things that you'd accountable you're trying to find people who are good with claustrophobia good with working with people in teams, and we'll survive and not case stay crazy when you are in a confined space with just a few other people for a long duration, the Orion spacecraft, its first destination is likely to be something called the gateway which is going to be a small space station much smaller than the international space station out orbiting towards the moon, and that will get the crew a little bit more space, but still very small. The missions will be perhaps thirty sixty ninety days at a time you train, and you get ready for this sort of thing by doing lots of simulations, you go and spend time in caves, they send astronauts underwater down to a habitat called me. My way you're in an enclosed space for for a period. Of time lots of things to help you prepare for this. But as I say, some of it is is all about the selection in the first place. That's the people that are specially trained for our listener was interested in whether the rest of us might be able to go up there in our lifetime. And presumably that involves a whole extra level of challenges in preparing gnome professionals. It does I think in our lifetime. We will see tourists if you will heading into space, but I don't believe we'll see them in our lifetime going all the way to malls. They I can always be proved wrong technology can change at an extraordinary rate. Certainly you've got companies looking to this commercial weld. I truly believe I say this to children that if young people now started saving their money every week by the time that they grown adults..
"twenty days" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show
"Just make make it a challenge to do it for twenty days and then get these habits that get your environment under control and develop these habits and then worked at time. And this is just mastering your time. And I'm definitely not like a self self-help speaker, not a time management grew, but if there's one critical part. I could say it will be like the single point of failure for almost everyone when it comes to mastering your time, is that people assigned equal weight to the tasks that come up every day. So I would say the plan ahead and prioritize and make sure that you priorities are are set. So if it doesn't feed your goal and don't do it and just get a little more comfortable saying, no. Okay. And people who listen to the Jordan harbinger show regularly know plenty of places here to get tips tricks and practices on productivity. Things like using a calendar and certain way, making sure you prioritize in a certain way. So I don't want to beat that too much death because the key here is that these are going to signal things non verbally that are gonna, help people influence. So definitely its environment time what's next appearance appearances next. So once you've got your your houses in order, then you start using your calendar. If you've got your your time, kind of manage next is the appearance. So all of these. Everything feeds into creating a social authority and other people, and I'm like, you, I don't like to use the word obedience too much. And these five zones are five areas. I, I don't. I don't want to come up with some cutesy name for him just because there it's just a, it's a system for developing a persuasion mindset, and it was designed for intelligence operatives to all of these do feed into other people's ability to to follow you or obey what's going on or to pay attention to you in a conversation. So with the appearance the way that you look the way that you carry yourself is extremely important. So movement and appearance of the first two authority trip wires. So appearances here because of that in what we talked about a tenth of a second people are going to decide whether or not you're someone they need to listen to or ignore and a large majority of this is just these unconscious decision. So not only your physical appearance like your. Thin or your hair or your is your clothing, but the way you carry yourself and your demeanor which also comes from having more discipline and knowing just that kind of the internal thought that knowing like, hey, I got up at four thirty. I was probably earlier than anybody that was here at this meeting gives you that little bit of confidence to boost your parents. So disciplined feeds into appearance, confidence fees into appearance is all so much a kind of an interwoven thing. And next after appearances, social, and this is where they Jordan. Harbinger show comes in this getting training on social skills, learning, small talk, and just kind of developing that by talking to strangers, every chance you get and showing genuine interest in people and learning how to turn on the chemicals and people. So the first day when I'm teaching a police military government people, the first slide of all of my presentations is a picture of a brain, a lightning bolt. And three molecules. Once serotonin ones dopamine and once cortisol and I tell them that's this is the only thing I'm teaching how to do. I'm teaching you how to control chemicals and electricity. Those are the only things that were really talking about when we talk about human obedience. We talk about social interactions. It's electric city and chemicals. That's so during these social interactions, what you're trying to build when you're learning how to do small, talk, you learning how to just start conversations with strangers. You're basically learn how to manufacture dopamine and serotonin in another human being with your voice. I okay. So we're talking about, are you actually visualizing people's brains as a massive electricity when you're talking with them? I thought I thought it was helpful for me to do it, and I still do it on occasion..
"twenty days" Discussed on The Science Hour
"To smash the twenty day barrier. You know, you know, happy with because this is democracy tempts let his neck Mike, and we can chat real good stuff me clips into his pedals and cycles. Often, I'm following in the support how Dr fell clock performance psychologist as well as monitoring leads. Physical states fell is Cain to say how Lee types mentally during this practice event from a psychological perspective, we want to look at thing called rating of perceived exertion takes into consideration how hard he feels he's actually performing. So this heart rate may stay relatively stable books. He may feel that it's getting a lot harder as the day progresses. The mental sometimes it doesn't necessarily match the physical, of course not. So it's almost like individuals trained for American who they hit the mental world on really they, they have the physical capabilities if they've been doing the training to do it. Sometimes when you start to realize that you're going through a tough period, you go, oh, my God, go in under twenty miles to go. So for Lee because he's doing consecutive. Days. It's keeping him in the moment of, okay, we've got four hour block. That's our main focus because otherwise he could be thinking, I'm only in Portugal here. I've still got nine countries to go. This got him and I fight. An hour in Phil. Radio is leave for a pit stop to check his hot right on all sides. Say how he's failing using the rated perceived exertion the on scale. Now, accession is six. On the scale with maximum accession rates at twenty and the stop wholesale flags up something else. They may need to consider your heart rate. Your average for that was one to nine action on our pay off the tall. His RPA was twelve meaning he perceives that. He's working somewhat hard, but not failing that he's really exerting himself. Although a lot of his trading is physical lanes also brain training in order to improve his mental function. This includes a century tasks to help him regain control for when he loses focus with the censoring task where we focus on his breathing. Once you've got a controlled breeding Potter, you're able to do the same with your mind, but that takes a lot of training to do when he started working with lay, was that anything United mentally ITO are going to have to work on Lee? You sit sometimes for the better, maybe two, three in the morning and then get up butts six, seven. And it's like, okay, if you've got physical stuff America's is putting him through, he's going to need sleep so he can get through these tough training sessions, seven hours into the cycle. One hundred fifty miles complete says Lee has a longer lunch break scheduled and although he seems physically fine. Fine. His sunny mood from the morning has changed. So it's a good opportunities ask how he feels these coping mentally. When you're out the alert on your tired, you're pushing yourself, irrational thoughts, come to mind the kind of putting blame blaming the people in some ways. It was so weird to be out. Then there's the piece what can keep in contact with the team, and there was nothing in it and the emptiness was one of the most difficult things to deal with. Like I'm out here pushing myself so hard. I'm going through all of this too. Tiring. It's exhausting. I'm sweating. I need more water. Wasn't anyone thinking about me, whereas the team, what's going on, whether even come from normally you're so headed, you control, you think in these emotional things just come out lower and the tools that Phil gave then to deal with is my mentor. Nice, hyphen. Laze. Did you put them teeth? The centering is brilliant to be able to just kind of lock yourself in this bubble focus on something that can take your all your thoughts and all the other things that come to mind just. Be aware of them, and then let them go. That's really beneficial just as a kind of a way of emptying what's going on in your mind up and using it what I've had a super busy week working as well. These days spoke psychologists are commonly found in support teams of elite athletes and training. The mind is seen as a sensual as physical fitness to a.
"twenty days" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Anthon daily over twenty days scored better cycling times with greater output than those who did not take it so they bike faster may remember this acid danton is one of the few that antioxidants that can actually neutralize free radicals even at the site of the michael conrail membrane it's like cellular body armor protecting your cells your joint blood vessels brain heart and oregon's on many levels that is impressive on so many levels so much great information there and i know this asked his anthony has about a dozen patents to lookie here i see there's a patent for promoting health reducing i fatigued there's a patent for inhibiting the expression of cytokines and sales and a patent get this on composition for body fat reduction there's one for improving muscle atrophy and older adults sherry i like to be a little bit of a skeptic here how can this one simple nutrient magically do all of this how can this asked to ethics give so many benefits i mean really yeah i know it sounds amazing too good to be true but it really is true many of the studies that i'm referencing here they're available on pubmed these are reputable clinical studies conducted by leading researchers around the world that really back the benefits of present and by the way muscle output is better with us anthony too and this comes from astra's anthon research published in the international journal of sports nutrition november two thousand and eleven this was another study done with cyclists they took four milligrams anthon it was a small study but very positive showing that cyclist improved their trial time by two minutes in a twenty kilometer bike race i mean that's a meaningful improvement race like this and the researchers said that they also burn fat more efficiently which makes sense based on this research purity can actually make the claim that asked fx will promote and improve power output in your muscles i mean i.
"twenty days" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Feel good today you know you know your family's lifestyle we all go to work we do a great job of what we do and that's why in about twenty days or less abi in this industry for thirty eight years ooh thirty eight years classic power to be in there that little what's data fourteenth of july and in three weeks guess what guess what the three week anniversary is eight years when this radio show wow wow how about the have you been at the station for eight years already eight years well i know you've been here a whole lot lot i remember i remember when my show is back then yeah i think i was doing that shift sure yeah yeah so you know the outbeat outgoing you know kind of have a lot of good times i got a lot of great memories from this show one of the biggest gratitude i get from doing this show it's not hearing me and by the way i have never listened to one of my shows before really not a single one of them you know i don't do this to hear myself talk i do this to give out information i do get off topic a little bit you know we have our friend cosmos wilson from acdc i've had doug stanley was one of the creators of the deadliest catch by the way fascinating tripped going to alaskan being on the alicia ballard and actually we're just got back from eight days i spent couple of days in montana and i spent a little bit more time in canada and that little trip was really nice and relaxing because i'm away from the hustle and bustle by trip to alaska years ago with my grandkids we went on the aleutian ballard dot com it was wet very little tv we watched up their original show that started the deadliest catch which was the illusion ballard being rocked over that's what started the deadliest catch so you know the trip to montana was good is peaceful i got of the hustle and bustle of twenty one million people here to probably a little over a million people up there and we went to glacier national park beautiful stunning i gotta tell ya you the difference between driving in florida between driving in montana and canada is night and day respect respect respect the canadians took every single one of our do not pass or are are are slower traffic keep right signs because that's what happens up there no one drives in the left lane lecture trying to pass so a lot more courtesy and driving up there and don't let her by the way what do you think the lettering fine up there is a lot to grant yeah i was going to say it has been more significant than you didn't see trash up there either no so that's great but that's awesome a lot respect so you know i enjoyed it up there we stayed at obviously several different locations in each one of them had a swimming pool and you look at the quality of the water and i'm not saying everyone i was truly impressed so i know that while we were gone of course i've got to stay in touch with the office while i'm gone sure you guys didn't get a whole lot of rain while we were gone don't you got a tense heat so the beauty about going to the mountains i wake up in the upper fifties lower lower to middle fifties and today would be somewhere in the seventies and i gotta tell you if you're gonna go see some beautiful country that's beautiful country up there when you go on these trips and you see beautiful parts of the country is inspire you do you bring that back in your work absolutely except i can't bring back this place this certain place you can't bring back ms called the glacier ricefields the ice fields up in canada i gotta tell you of course we're not only seen pictures of people that have gone there softball are tree huggers just really go back and look a little bit of history because which really cool up there is they have a scale of worry where two hundred thousand years ago of course it was all ice up there and then at fault and it ref rose again and then we're in the fall again so you know what are the things that we're kind of disappointed and was is the and it's a it's a spending little.
"twenty days" Discussed on WGTK
"More than twenty days and therefore placed with a relative or placed in a kind of foster care all we need to do hugh is a return the socalled flora settlement allow families to be held at the border provide a little bit of extra money to the military and dhs for family housing units while those claims are adjudicated we're gonna offer amendment this week on the spending bill it can be done promptly but it'll expose the democrats for what they are advocates a totally open borders because they don't want families held together at the border this is not about family separation for the democrats this is about an open border policy that lets children get on jail free card and get into the us rijkaard i don't think many americans sport that policy but allowing families to stay together at the border is the solution not releasing them the democrat coalition the simple solution that most americans would like to say is that when an illegal immigrants shows up and tries to cross our border illegally with the child that family unit is held together at the order while the illegal immigrants claim is promptly process which happens a matter of days or weeks you and in most cases they're going to be sent back to their country and that's where the family can be reunified political argument right now as playing out on tv screens on the show and across the media is devastating to republicans because it isn't about keeping families together during judaization it's about separating them during a judaization and that's got to change or the consequences will be devastating in the fall agree or disagree senator call i would i would simply encourage all of my republican colleagues to expose the democrats position for the fraud and the extreme radical open borders position ideas again we can easily fix this problem by allowing vhs the whole family unit together at the border that's the democrats want they totally in the story on the children of immigrants broke look quickly grew into the hottest topic in the news cycle many reporters understandably covering the human side of the story over at the national review rich lowry attempted to explain the facts that led to the complicated situation here salem host mike gallagher rich lowry rights of the definitive pichon this i mean he says as usual the outrage obscures more than illuminates so it's worth walking through what's happening for the longest time legal immigration was driven by shingle mails from mexico over the last decade the flow has shifted to women children and family units i central america this poses challenges we haven't confronted before is a very big challenges the trump administration isn't changing the rules that pertain to separated an adult from a child those remained the same shepardson happens only if officials find that that the adult is falsely claiming to be the child's parent or as a threat to the child or is put into criminal proceeds and it's the last thing that is operatives here the past practice had been to give a free pass to adult who is part of a family unit the new trump policy is to prosecute all adults the idea is to send a signal that we're sharing about our laws and to create a deterrent against reentry with a migrants prosecuted he or she is taken into custody by the marshals in no circumstance anywhere in the us marshals care for the children of people they take into custody child's taken into custody of hhs who cares for temporary shelters the criminal proceedings are exceptionally short assuming there's no aggravating factors such as prior legal entity or another crime the migrants generally plead guilty then sentenced to time served typically all in one day after this the returned to the custody of ice the adult then wants to go home it's relatively simple the adult should be reunited quickly with his or her child or children the family returns home as a unit now where this becomes more of an issue is if the adult files an asylum claim in that scenario the adults is almost certainly going to be detained longer than the government is allowed to hold the children that's because there's something called the floor as consent decree from one thousand nine hundred ninety seven it says the unaccompanied children can be held only twenty days a ruling by the ninth.
"twenty days" Discussed on 790 KABC
"The parent and the child for up to twenty days but they're still going to be treated as a criminal and therefore it is still very likely the child will be taken away from the parent and create an unaccompanied child here in america that's not what should be done the small city of rock valley in north west iowa has shut off all drinking water wells because of a train derailment broke apart some oil tanker cars line county sheriff's stewart vander vanderstoel says flooding is thought to have caused the accident that also forced several homes to be evacuated usually where where this is at there is no water but because the the the river is so full you know there's it's just there's water everywhere now it's in the water and that water is flowing into the rock river so it's the flooding makes it was probably the cause of it and is now making it way worse officials from north and south korea have agreed to arrange more family reunifications later on an august responded alexander andhra field says more than one hundred thousand people have wanted to be reunited with family members over the last twenty to thirty years there'll be a hundred participants from north korea or able to attend and a hundred participants from south korea who will be selected to attend the south greens will all be selected through a lottery system but officials here say that since nineteen eighty eight some one hundred thirty five thousand people have applied for a chance to have a brief reunion with loved ones are jim roope reports in northern california power company says it could pay upwards of ten billion dollars connection to last year's deadly wildfires of the twentyone northern california wildfires last year the california department of forestry has determined the cause of fourteen of them so far and several were caused by downed power lines pacific gas and electric filed with the securities and exchange commission that it expects to pay at least two and a half billion dollars by the end of the quarter june thirtieth and could reach ten billion plus as it is facing some two hundred lawsuits and has paid nearly a bill dollars in insurance claims so far delta airlines is banning pit bull service dogs on their flights correspondent john stolnis has more some passengers are reacting angrily to a decision by delta that is no longer allowing passengers to fly with pit bull type dogs as the airline calls them as service or support animals the airline announced the ban this week and said they were responding to growing safety concerns after several employees were bitten delta also says they are limiting passengers to a single emotional support animal per flight the changes take effect on july tenth the decision has sparked an angry backlash on social media and some experts say it will be tough to figure out exactly what breeds delta means when they say pit bull type dogs i'm john stolnis kabc sports the dodgers and mets getting together in new york and anaheim squaring off bluejays tonight and angel stadium former nhl players daniel carson deal and nick boynton are suing the league alleging it failed to warn players about the long term risk of brain damage from fighting lawsuit filed yesterday in us district court minnesota's boynton anchor silhouette continued to play hockey despite headed grease now they both suffer from longterm degenerative brain damage buffalo bills hall of fame quarterback jimmy kelly has released a men released from a new york city hospital a day after having surgery to prepare for permanent dentures to be inserted into his reconstructed upper jaw kelly's been unable to eat solid foods since march when he had surgery to have cancer removed from his job after tests revealed that after begun searching for several years the cancer had come back that sports on seven ninety kabc traffic with rhonda kramer weather and more of the drive home with jillian and john coming up next.
"twenty days" Discussed on KOMO
"Than twenty days and bars kids from being held in daycare facilities not licensed by the state the requests came a day after president trump signed an executive order to stop the separation of children from illegal immigrants crossing the us mexico border jason kept reporting a victory for privacy in the digital age the supreme court ruling that police generally need a search warrant if they wanna to track suspects movements by gathering information about where they've used their cell phones and a surprising ruling chief justice john roberts joining the liberals on the court in a five to four decision said yes the government needs a search warrant in this digital age to get the phone records of where you've been and when you've been there from the phone companies this he says is a fact of life in the modern age that we are always carrying cell phones all the time and that we have a reasonable expectation of privacy that we aren't essentially as he puts it being tailed constantly abc's terry moran reporting the national park service says it has approved a request for organizers to hold a second unite the right rally in washington dc this year's rally is planned on being held across from the white house one year after attendees and counter protesters clashed in charlottesville virginia leaving one dead and dozens injured a national park service spokesperson says the agency's main goals are to ensure the safety of the public and protection of park resources organizers are trying to plan a sister l e in charlotte phil but the city denied the application and now the application is being handled by the courts that's mark mayfield reporting coming up on komo in just five minutes i'm herb weisbaum consumer reports tests show you can't always rely on the spf on the label when choosing a sunscreen twelve fifty and our komo aaa traffic every ten minutes on the force coming up in just a moment now your komo propel insurance money update and on wall street down.
"twenty days" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"In twenty days they're going to have to release these people now so so the way the way it was going to work because they could have been criminally prosecuted but now they can't keep them longer than twenty days and they're gonna have to release them with their children in twenty days that's the that was the poison pill that was written into the law and leave it was two thousand eight it was written into the law in two thousand eight deliberately to present this catch twenty two and that's the story that's not being told by the media bradley why don't congress the republican congress why don't they change that they can't get sixty votes there fifty one i need they they have majority in the house of representatives but they need sixty votes and they only have fifty one so need nine more and and the democrats dole they have this this catch twenty two the media is of course the left wing of the democratic party with a bunch of pens in their hands and so they're not telling the story of the americ people and the cat catch twenty two was it was a two thousand eight law written the liberally to present this poison pill so that people can literally cross the border it handcuffs the president of the united states and that's what they're not telling that's what they're not telling i don't know i don't think this is that catastrophic i think that is still zero you know no tolerance at this is just a separation as you're mostly well the thing is they're going to be they're going to be letting these people out twenty days you're not going to be able to detain them indefinitely now and so what that means is anyone else who shows up the ball at the border with their kid well also get the same treatment and now they'll have to let them go and twenty years and i just had this this question right so the boston globe let's let's just think about the boston globe right 'cause they don't local liberal media newspaper i don't mean to just pick on them for any reason but they're the they're the big dog on this small block right so i personally have been to framingham state many times i'm not talking about the college i'm talking about the prison and i've been out there many times for women in jail american women many times for drug offenses many times john defense where they don't have even have the ability to correct their behavior there's no intent they can't say no i know the hit and they they violate probation and they ended up being incarcerated because of it americans in their children get taken away from them americans where's the outrage from the boston globe we'll just talk about the local big dog on the block the ugly stepsister of the new york times where is the outrage towards americans who are how a prosecuted and have their children deprived from that it seems to me they're treating similarly situated people differently solely on the basis of their inclusion in an ethnic group i don't know about that because there are persons of the same ethnic group in the incarceration situation for the drugs you're talking about so i get what you're saying but when i say ethnic group i say in so far as we as americans have become a group i'd asked a group of people as americans however diverse we might be if a person's american that wouldn't be as children would be and there's no tears coming from what's her face on msnbc rachel maddow is crying for barbara o'reilly who just flunked her heroin test at the probation office and had her kids taken away they're not doing the same thing these people and the difference is that when you fail drug tests that american feels a drug test they don't they don't have any intent to people who are crossing our border have the intent to commit a felony when they crossed the border into the united that's not true not the first time misdemeanor this little detail like being wrong on that.
"twenty days" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Thank you okay so the kids upset separated from their moms he can only be separated for twenty days but the mom did not go to the port of call so we're trying to end the president's trying to enforce the rules he's getting concerned about another surge at our border you know if if somebody's appealing to your heart rather your mind ask yourself why are they not appealing to your mind why is it that the logic of saving thousands of lives by people not coming here illegally saving the heartache by getting people to do the job in line understand we have eleven million undocumented aliens illegals if you will in this country we have over a million perhaps over two million daca designates that we're trying to figure out what to deal with and now we have additional people at the border saying we want to rush in because we think we're going to be in line with amnesty for eleven or twelve million people the fact is congress needs to act the way the president has guided so that we can be we can actually take care of people who who do need to get a a if you will a second consideration on how we treat them but we also need to fix the problems at the border we need to give the president not just his wall literally but a wall metaphorically or figuratively so that there is a a an understanding that you don't get away with coming here illegally that you get in line for that million or so slots every year and you don't come here around the system and then demand your rights know how many people want their kids with their their kids in school and in overcrowded classroom how many people who know the schools are under finance and so many sections where these kids usually put put in working class neighborhoods when they come over here if it's like two thousand fourteen that's exactly what happened on long island they had no idea then alert the school district and the mayors of the governor's they just did it so how many of these people want their money going into english as a second language what their services cut back want their grandkids sitting on the on the ledges and don't have supplies how many people want to pay extra money for people that don't aren't here legally that's exactly what we're looking at now so once i want you to hear what ted cruz is introducing a bill that's going to allow families to stay together cut fourteen were horrified this has to stop i am this week introducing legislation the protect kids and parents act that will mandate that kids must stay with their parents and it will also expedite the proceedings the reason this is happening is because because there's a huge backlog of immigration cases kids need their moms and dads and we can keep the families together while these cases are pent is he right well he's half right we need to expedite the system where he's missing the point you said in your intro and absolutely right if ten thousand twelve thousand as kids were sent unescorted are we really talking about oh all parents care and all parents need to be ten thousand out twelve thousand of these kids were sent unescorted they're eleven twelve thirteen they were sent in with coyotes or in fact even sometimes on their own so let's let's put it in perspective let's let's stop talking with our hearts and use some intellect the fact is that he's right that it would be in.
"twenty days" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM
"We can hold a maximum twenty days of her seeking asylum that that claims not going to be done in twenty days the kids get released before the parents are they have to be taken somewhere and the applicants no this is going to happen this ms thirteen guy was trying to exploit the law he was trying to get in because he had a kid with him and he thought that would grant him entry to the country well now even making up things that are happening by going out and talking to people who ever stories ready and made for tv and i've met fox if if you don't have any background in this donte vive gayle king why would she lie it's not a question what she lies how much does she really know he's all part of the effort to get trump should they get they got on these ever ask yourself why does everybody in the media go to max one hundred percent energy and outrage on the same issue at the same time every week how does this happen well i'll give you a clue it isn't organic it is all planned i even have a piece here seymour hersh i should have printed this out during the break seymour hersh considered a dean of your release he was on npr two saturdays ago and as part of the interview he said to the media you better harp on what's happening to kids at the border visavis mexico because that's the only avenue left to getting donald trump now that's two saturdays ago he said nothing else in his pbs interview nothing else is sticking the trump we haven't found anything you focus on the kids or what happens to him at the border and bam.
"twenty days" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"So this happens but six weeks before that smith crashed a car into a tree in san jose it was again arrested on suspicion of dui and possession of marijuana so okay he has the first defence reduced reckless driving the second offence the shortly after the second offence he has illegal firearms how in the world could this be reduced to a misdemeanor at that point in time you would think people would say wait a second this guy's got a serious problem he is danger waiting to happen but again then the next year 2014 they arrest smith on suspicion of making a false bomb threat at la x that was the weird a story ever i don't know what that was all about was he a who does that and why okay so there's that lady agreed to pleaded no contest to hit and run charges surrounding a 2015 incident and was sentenced to a mere twenty days in jail this is crazy prosecutors have a hit and run after all this other crap and he only does twenty days in jail gaffe prosecutors agreed to charges that smith drove under the influence in that incident he was also ordered to attend a treatment facility undergo angermanagement classes have forget for forbidden to go to bars how's it going to work out don't ever little bars buddy yeah every single bars going to have a photo of you annul notify us a few walk in every single bar the guy goes into can i tell you something he never has to buy a drink riots all despair what's up row right exactly know that sent they take his photos and out a tweet let everybody know the dare so let's let's just gotta go this whole this this guy's whole life i mean do you do you really think he got good grades at the university of missouri no gets through the universe missouri i dived dozen graduate upshur gets in the nfl and then once he's in the nfl it's one reduced charge after another and now we've got a situation where we don't know world and smith is uh there was a call share you could probably let's try play this in the next segment we've got some police audio appar pair he was involved in a domestic they say he was involved in.
"twenty days" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Because of just just in twenty days you've seen two million families two million workers getting raises a bonuses you're seeing all these races being announced you're seeing eletricity companies announcing that their lowering rates as a consequence of this in in milwaukee alone uh we have a bigot insurance company called assurance of couple of months ago assurance said because the tax laws they're going to move to bermuda become a bermuda company said of american company name it said now because of the tax law they're staying in milwaukee they're staying an american company you're seeing stories like that businesses thing here businesses expanding businesses investing in capital workers getting wage increases workers getting bonuses better benefits four one caves maternity leave all those kinds of things are now being announced in it's just been twenty days so i think the democrats can regret not having supported this i think is can do tremendous things for our economy and i unfortunately um we are in a very very partisan climate but that doesn't stop us from doing what we think is right to help people in this country it out this konomi grow but as you know leader pelosi's calling all of this quote crumbs have i'm sad and surprised she said that uh to somebody working at walmart at the starting wage who just went from nine dollars an hour to eleven dollars an hour i don't think that's crumbs to a person in a in paycheck to paycheck disc at a thousand dollar bonus that's not crumbs i mean two hundred thousand workers at eighteen thousand dollar bonus ugh comcast just one companies investing fifty billion dollars in america in jobs in expanding across the country uh this is an crumbs the additional maternity leave at walmart the higher 401 k plans the utters businesses stevens point a small assisted living center and siemens point just announced bonuses to their employees these aren't crumbs they remember more than half of americans are living paycheck to paycheck and so when they get something like a thousand dollar bonus at christmas time because of this tax law it's hardly crumbs i wanna go back to november of 1998 you were just elected as a member of house of the house in wisconsin at you appeared.