20 Episode results for "Two Hundred Pounds"

How to Save a Marriage When Youre the Only One Trying

Can This Marriage Be Saved?

11:34 min | 3 years ago

How to Save a Marriage When Youre the Only One Trying

"You ask we answer. Welcome to cameras marriage where we go against common relationship problems and help you determine if this relationship should stay or go. Everybody thinks they're watching our free summer day Many of you are in the of our ten step. Win Your spouse back challenge if you haven't heard about it it's a amazing ten step challenge to win your husband our way back Simple steps very easy to implement If you haven't taken the challenge at or signed upward go to our facebook page and just scroll back some in the updates and you can see the the sign up link there and today we are waging a war against bad relationship advice not only relationship advice but relations by selfish relationship advice. What is selfish relationship advice? How about things like? Let go of whatever's causing you unhappiness. If that's your two hundred pounds spouse than Soviet or you know let go of anything life that's causing you. Unhappiness courageous leader spouse behind. Oh right it takes. Courage leaker spouse behind things like that and it's understandable that you would be hearing those things because if this is you sound like you've basically even living with your spouse for however many years he or she has been uninterested in getting hall. I'm interested in making things better therapies. Just completely out of the question you know self help is also out of the question. So you know. You're someone that's self-aware you're somebody that's conscious that wants to get better. What you know being a spouse and a parent and a person and you want to become better but your spouse doesn't want to stow you start deciding okay. I'm going to start taking care of myself. All Jews themselves. Carole go out with friends. I'll get help for myself and it makes total sense that you'd want to do that and be in that place because after all you've been living with this person who's been completely unwilling for so long but then what happens is that's when people start advising you maybe it's time to just get rid of that. You know elephant in the room your spouse and just become happy become liberated and just kinda become free and even if not getting rid of. Just don't forget about them like don't deal don't even don't even bother trying to get them to engage. You're trying to improve the relationship. There's no point and then you know if they're gonNA treat you like that. Why even bother? But the truth is that there is a better way. And if you're taking the challenge will see their different ways to get your spouse back to be able to to work with your spouse and and ultimately if you really want to achieve true stuff growth. It has been the context of relationship. Because we are relational beings. This is what hex founder of Imago relationship therapy has studied. And he says that we're born in connection you know we're in our mothers womb and we we were born in connection and when we were wounded. We're wounded in relationship right meeting. You don't grow up. We're born. You know a child doesn't grow up wounded or damaged goods. It's due to the of course we believe there's nature involved but there's also nurture and if you're in an environment that is not supporting your knees you're GonNa wind up with unmet needs so as we as you grow as you grow older and walk around with those. Those unmet needs are had happened in the context of relationship. Because you're relating with other people whether it's your parents whether it's -ociety their relationships are gonNA cause those wounds that you have and the only way to repair that is through religion of having a healing relationship so that you can repair and get those things right that you didn't get be so nice to like almost live on a desert island do the self and become like the most enlightened you know being on the desert island all by yourself. It can't happen that way and if you become enlightened you're not truly in line because once you get back it's like the idea of you think I'm working on myself. I'm so I've really worked myself. And so you know connected to God or whatever it is and then then you go home like the only three kids and they're getting on your nerves and it's like well. I'm supposed to be in this like Nirvana state right now. It's like I can be like I can't deal with these changing a diaper or like kids are screaming let's be serene and pristine and you you can. It's not reality you have to be able to interact in the world were. We're in a physical world when you're dealing with we're we're not just the soul so our challenge in this world is to deal in the physical world and to deal with the challenges not just go of some mountain somewhere actually deal with deal with the challenges deal with other people and that's the hardest thing but that's precisely what gets a self grows so the idea that you can be enlightened outside of your relationship and that you look down on your spouse if that's what often happens that we know people that they've gone to these great you know weekends or personal world seminars. And they've gotten the courage to leave their marriage now and I think that like what is that. What does that mean? How can you really work on yourself? If you can't be in a relationship with another person and deal with differences and have compassion for them and not judge them because a truly enlightened person doesn't judge another person and it's such a hard thing to do you know even our relationship we work on work on but there's times when we get upset with the times we judge each other and that means that we have not achieved. Whatever group personal growth that we want to achieve? We have not gone there. Because we're still feeling that negatively towards your spouse on the judgmental nature towards her spouse. We have not truly achieved what we need to achieve. So I find that the the marriage is really the the the calendar the fiery furnace really forged us to be able to become the crucible crucible. That helps us for just to be able to become a whole complete person. Went on own is not a house in people that are doing it on their own. Because their spouses unwilling. How can they achieve that? True ultra spirituality. You know it's their partners not willing to learn the stuff will part of what we talk about is. One of the steps is having compassion. You know being able to realize that even if your spouse isn't engaged what's their story. They they just born this nasty nasty cold person or is there a good reason why now. It's not excuse their bad behavior but is there a reason why they're acting the way they are are probably probably hurt? It might look like they're fine but they could be very pain very hurt inside now of course is not for physical abuse it. We're not talking about if we're talking about abusive situations we're talking about your run of the mill relationship issues and we believe that we've seen it. Most relationship issues can be saved if both people are willing to work on it. Most relationship issues can be dealt with so now but but in this case we're saying if both people don't want to work in a well let's say what you want to work in your spouse doesn't want to work in it but the point is that we're saying that there is hope to engage your spouse in a way that actually might make them be willing to work on it because up until now you're doing all this work you're doing whatever your yoga and meditation. Whatever you're doing to make yourself or your psychotherapy to make to make yourself into the best person possible but if you can't tolerate another person then what type of self growth is that so again. What are you doing to contribute? And we talk about in the in the challenge. What are you doing to contribute to your relationship nightmare as much as you feel like your spouse is the one. Who's this engage? Why is that? What are you doing to encourage that? What can you do to bring them back as we we share you know having compassion for them being able to if they don't WanNa talk about it but realize there's a reason why they're behaving that way be perspective. It may not be in ways that you'd think it could be your not yelling and you're not nagging in you're not shaming but there. There's something that you're doing unconsciously that makes your partner feel the need to act out and it would be great true spirituality and self growth would be to get carries about. Oh what what is happening? That is triggering that in my partner. What are you doing? I mean take ownership for whatever you can on your end. It's not relationship is not just about one person. It's about two people. But just as they're pulling away because of whatever they're feeling you're also contributing to whatever's going on so again it's not justifying their bad behavior. It's just helping you understand and do what you can do. Because if you're the only one doing anything you have to do the best that you can. And that's the we attempt to give you these steps to do it but to realize that this is what's going to make you be able to achieve that growth and even if your spouse never comes around but if you're able to come to a place where you don't have any bitterness and you don't have any resentment and that you you can have compassion. You can realize okay. I understand why they're doing this at Saturday. Don't WanNA get help Saturday. You don't want to work on it with me but I'm going to be patient and I'm going to have compassion for them and I'm not going to judge them and I'm not gonNA hate them. That itself is a very powerful thing and more powerful than just saying looking down on them as you know Immature or child. Almost who is just incapable and unwilling to do anything. It's not you don't Wanna walk around with that feeling by your spouse and right and even if you leave you know there's so that part of you that needs to get worked on in the relationship because as we talk about all the time your ultimate growth and healing happens within the relationship. The things that your spouse needs from you their complaints about you. Those are the things that you need to go and become more complete so if you just say like. I'm going to cut that part off. I'm not going to deal with it. I've resigned to that. You're missing out on a growth opportunity as well. I mean there's so many ways to take advantage of growth opportunities but really the ultimate one is in your marriage so thank you. Thank you for watching. If you haven't already taken this ten step challenge go ahead and sign up for it and it's free and walk you through the process of hopefully winning your spouse fast so enjoy your day and we'll talk to you soon. We hope you've enjoyed listening. Today's we'll be back again to focus on another topic. That is sure to help you with your marriage for any questions or concerns. Please email us at Info at the marriage restoration project dot com with best wishes for your relationship success.

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Sarah Keen Post  Transformation and Leadership (re-broadcast)

The Roots of Leadership Podcast

15:02 min | 4 months ago

Sarah Keen Post Transformation and Leadership (re-broadcast)

"Welcome to the roots of leadership with thirty Grupo. I have guessed. That is involved in creating something. That could change lives. In the area of health and Human Services. Wellness. And Nutrition. In areas that can improve. The outcome. Of Healthcare. Today's my guest them introduce you. To Sarah Post. Sarah Welcome to the roots of leadership. Thank you for having me happy to be here all excited. Have you Sarah and you know Sarah is involved in the creation of a transformational model? That's really a new evolutionary system. The change the results of wellness. And what some knows population health management. Sarah we ask you to be on the show today because you have quite a story. Tell us. About Yourself. And a little bit about the transformation. I am a forty seven year old mother of five children. And My transformation started in two thousand six. After the birth of a my fifth child. Really after coming to a point where. Honestly I looked in the mirror and I said to myself that my appearance wasn't acceptable, but also my mental. Mindset wasn't acceptable so that I knew I to make a change. I hear you say that you represent. The thoughts of so many people. That may have experienced what you went through. But when you say five children and having made a transformation. And I like to go a deeper with you if I may. What was the physical transformation? Before we talk about mental or emotional, which I'm sure is a big part. What's just a pure numbers you faced? I started out my journey at two hundred pounds. and realizing that my quality of life wasn't where I wanted it to be and I knew. That I wanted to be. Healthier for myself, but also healthier for my kids be active. I noticed that I wasn't i. wasn't and it kind of hit me that I? I wasn't doing things with them. I wasn't being the mom I wanted to be, and that was probably. My biggest motivation is my kids. I, WanNa be there for him and I. Want to be there for them for a long time. So looking at you now studio. looking at an athlete pinch for you have said you're two hundred pounds is. Is stunning to me. You see those pictures of people like you those before and after photos. What was the before and after mentally for you? Sarah what a transformation like that seems so incredible to me. The before. I will tell you that I. Started out. Literally walking around my block. And I. Literally thought that was really all I was capable of at that point. And I. Wouldn't go to a gym. Which I think people can relate to that I wouldn't go till I thought I was respectable or presentable enough to show my face at the gym. And, so I started out at home and. It may sound silly. The things that trigger your memory but I would walk a block with my dog and I would add a little more on the next day and I, and that's the whole thing is at a little more. Every day. So you know, we want to hear you talk in incremental steps like that. That is so much. What's behind the model that that you are? The architect of and what we're working for. is to help. People be able to transform literally take. The psychology of transformation applied to the physical stage of transformation to improve results for people in their health. How did others? This had the bee's too many impactful to others. How how did others perceive you with this change? What what impact happened in your life related to people? I would say that the the first thing. Is that people. I didn't see myself I. still don't see myself the way people see me so back then people would even say you're not that big, or you're not that you know, but. But you see yourself the way you see yourself and I also knew that the importance for me was to get healthy. and. So you see yourself. Differently than other see you. but No I! It's powerful. Powerful, you're saying because it. Is I listen to you. As. You started to see yourself. Did others. Start to see you was their reaction different to you? Yes. Different you you. You truly find out. Who? Supports you. and. You truly find out who who may think that you're. You're transformation. Isn't for them. Does that make sense? To hear you say that it doesn't make sense. Yeah, so you also I've been super fortunate to be surrounded by people. That truly cared about the journey I was on and those people along the way that gave their talents and their knowledge and their time and their to me. To help. Get me where I am I mean that knowledge never leaves you that what they do for. You never leaves you and that's what I want. I WANNA. Be Able to help people on their journey and give give them what I got from some people that were truly there for me. You appear to be so focused. So strong. We that way. Absolutely not. Now so so there's the essence of today's podcast for listeners. That transformation the transformational model that were discussing. The emotional physical components of that. How did you become? Focused and strong to make that transfer me transmission. Mother five two hundred pounds. To I know better than to ask. Wait yet. How'd you get to the athlete you now? Absolutely. I think you start out and you have no idea. You have no idea what journey you're on. You don't know, but that's why set at a little bit on every day. Stick with it. which is what I did and I really don't know. I really don't know at that point. What my drive was or what my? what committed to it so? Seriously but. Once you start seeing results. And you start feeling better physically, and you start feeling better mentally. It really doesn't. It's not about any more about what are people thinking about what I'm doing? It's a really became. It became a priority for me and I became I. WanNa say somewhat selfish because it became my top priority. So you, know I I'd like to for the listeners for a moment. To let's put something in perspective. The podcast is called the roots of leadership. And with Sarah describing for all of us. Is that the true heart of the roots of leadership. As I listened to you. And I heard you say do something little steps every day. That's leadership. To try something new and difficult. That's at the roots of leadership. To See yourself had vision of how you want to achieve and what you want to become. That's leadership. So I guess I would say to you Sarah that not only. Did you transform physically mentally? But you became a leader. Perhaps if not just a family. But if everyone who meets you? What? Do you ever look back. Sarah. And see that woman. You left behind. Yeah I do. I do. Sometimes I say this that. At this point in my transformation. Which I think what I also do is, it's always a continuation. It's never stopping so. Maybe I reached a goal and then reached another goal. There's always another goal. That's Never GonNa Change for me so. From beginning to middle to end. I think of now. What where can I go from here? What can I do now? It's a continuation of the whole transformation. But there's moments where I'm at right now where you ask about the old you know. That me from so many years ago. I have moments where I look at myself a minimum at the gym every day. I look at myself and I honestly say is that me? I can't my looking at me. That's really me I think. That's you know. As you, what keeps you motivated now so i? Like when I hear you say I'm GonNa Gym Every Day and I think myself and others I'm a guy I just don't get to the gym every day. All the people I have I. don't have time right like what would you say to the listeners who? They're good excuses a busy, but your mother of five. Ed You did it. What what would you say to listeners who get embroiled in excuses that really? Are. Real for them right, I do make myself might top priority. And I feel that if I pay myself I. I will be. So much better. For, people I love for the people I spend my days with. For the people I interact with for anyone that I come in contact with him a better person if I take that time. For myself and pay myself first and then. So much of what you say is that the is at the core and his center of leadership. Sometimes people are surprised when I say this. But you just set it. Sometimes. Leaders have to be a little bit selfish. That in order to be effective as a leader. You I have to make sure. Your affective for yourself. How can you lead? If you live in excuse base environment. Sarah. If you think about. Nutrition, and fitness is all common sense like we know it now like drink half our buddy. Wait now to water, and you know all the things that we all know now. Why why don't more people use a knowledge of the attrition fitness? To transform his you dead. Because, it's not easy. It's not easy. And it takes. Both physical the nutrition the everything it takes. Effort. And I. Really do think effort. Is. That's where people make their excuse I mean. Just yeah, I mean it's however. How bad do you want it? And what do you want more, do you? When you're talking about nutrition? It's about choices it's it's. It's literally about making a choice every day and It's about looking at food differently I think one of the first trainers I ever had. taught me to Food as fuel for my body, and that was really huge for me because it wasn't an indulgence and it wasn't an emotional. that's not how I was feeding myself emotionally it was supposed to be fuel for my body, and and for my body to perform the way that I wanted to. So that was key. So you are rope in Iowa. Move to Nebraska. But. There are five. Transform Yourself. In now did you ever imagine? That you'd be the innovator of a model. That may help to transform evolve how businesses might react to the world of of wellness for their employees. Did you ever think that was going to happen. Sir Absolutely not. In a million years now. Now but but I will tell you. It's a gift and I'm so grateful and. Where I'm at now in my journey and my transformation. That's what I WANNA. Do is help others, so that's that's the whole the whole beauty of it. That's where I wanna be now is help other people? Go Sarah it is. A great privilege and an honor to have you on the show today. You are motivator Sarah. and. I'm in a studio today with a leader. In impactful leader. Who Shows? Others the way because she found herself. Thank you being. Unoriginal Leadership Sarah. Appreciate. Somebody's.

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SpaceX CRS-19 Launch Successful!

SPACE NEWS POD

05:41 min | 11 months ago

SpaceX CRS-19 Launch Successful!

"Hello everybody and welcome back to the Space News Pot. My name is Walter Wall and I'm your host and on this up said we're GONNA be talking about the C. R. S. Nineteen Mission which successfully launched from Florida. This is the nineteenth commercial resupply mission. which is flying under a contract with NASA it brought supplies to the ISS? While is bringing them. They will be there this weekend. And I'm going to be able to stream that live for you on the Space News. pod Youtube Channel. That's youtube dot com slash space news pod slash live and. I'm going to be streaming that for you on Saturday and the cool thing about this mission. Is it brought some neat supplies to the International Space Station. Budweiser the King of Beers. They WANNA know how beer production works in space. And the reason why they're doing this is because they want to possibly make some sort of hybrid sort of a new way to create beer and this is why they spent money to send beer supplies to the International Space Station now. All the astronauts in the space station aren't getting beer because that's probably illegal. I'm not quite sure if they can have beer on the international space station probably not but they not getting beer. They're not getting alcohol in the ISS. So they're getting this applies it'll be doing scientific experiments to see how those supplies work in microgravity gravity and from there budweiser will take those data sets and they will use them to possibly create a space beer. Okay so You know see how how the ingredients were can space make a space beer on earth and then maybe make better beer her for their budweiser like pretty cool. And there's also a Robot garage so to speak which will be used used for parking robots on the ISS when they're not in use. There's a lot of other stuff to fifty two hundred pounds of payload and when the Pilo gets there the astronauts have to basically go into this capsule retrieve all the equipment retrieve all the experiments retrieve all this stuff. Fifty two hundred pounds appealed now. That seems like a lot but when you're in space it doesn't really weigh fifty two hundred pounds. It's very easy to move and it floats so you don't have to worry about all the the heavy lifting so to speak moving it from the dragon capsule to the the International Space Station. Now the first stage of the Falcon nine. This is the cool thing. Other than the experiments of course the Falcon nine landed again but it landed on the drone ship out in the ocean out in the sea. And how cool is that at that. We have rockets. Landing from space was in space and it reentered from space in landed on A drone ship on a barge in the C- in the ocean where think about just think about that blows because my mind. How can that even be thing right now. That's so cool and I'm super pumped about everything that's going on with these missions and you know. This is a lead up to to the crew dragon capsules which will be launching astronauts to the National Space Station early next year. If all all goes. Well so Boeing has their star liner as well which will be launching people to the International Space Station. But the SPACEX sex crew dragon is basically a modified dragon. Capsule that You will harbor people. It can harbor a bunch of people. Oh actually you can have a little party in there as you're going up to the national space station there's room to see. I believe seven and they're six or seven so you can you know. Throw a little through a little Shindig and dig on your way up to the International Space Station while traveling through space. Pretty cool stuff man. But that's going to be happening early next year and I'm working on getting to to that launch so I have you know I have some wink. Wink nudge nudge. I know some people in NASA. And there's a possibility that this guy here has press passes to the launch now I'm going to be doing that through the help of funding from listeners. Like you and I I want to say thank you once and forever in ever ever and ever and I will always thank my Patriot patrons because every single month that helps me keep producing these shows. Thank you to everybody who subscribed arrived on Youtube. Thank you just for listening to this for real like. That's the most important part is just listening to these kind of shows. So this is going to wrap it up for this show show There's not much else to talk about. About the nineteenth commercial resupply mission the rest nineteen spacex launched to the ISS. Gazit is successful. The launch was successful so my friends. I WanNa say thank you so much for taking the time out of your here with me on a space news pod my name is Willa Walden. And I'll see you soon.

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Fertilizer Free With Interplanting - Is It Possible? - In Search of Soil

Farm Small Farm Smart

04:19 min | 1 d ago

Fertilizer Free With Interplanting - Is It Possible? - In Search of Soil

"Hi, everybody thanks for listening to this clip from in search of soil. Be Sure to subscribe to the in search of soil poss- to get the latest from the show and be sure to check out more of the best clips or listen to the full views on your favorite podcast. APP by searching in search of soil. Do you think the next step in the evolution is a companion planning an inner planning having your cash crop grown crops. I see a lot of things that are going on in a very interesting right now. We can plant. What they do in Brazil I I, kind of told you half the story but another way that they do say planter corn. And in between the rows, wait about three to five days. Maybe a week kind depends on the area and then they'll plant son help and son hemp will grow with the corn better be behind the corn in the Cornwall. I. Toss Oil and set an ear, and then the son help grows above the corn. Now, the sun hemp is a big legume. It'll have Nigel's that are as big as your thumb. Okay and it can put on two hundred pounds of nitrogen. They don't fertilize their corn in in Brazil they just use the companion cropping the son help. Okay and what they'll do is The let the corn dry down they'll go through with a real high combine and they'll harvest the sun hamp and get at as an oil seed, and they can make use that both for feed, and also for another treble crop. Then turn around come back at a later date and harvest their corn, and then they'll plant a cover crop. Until they a plant, their next trump, which is either soybeans or maybe they go back to corn again, kind of depends on the area, but that's kind of a nice system. Okay. We can do the same thing up here, but we have a little bit grow shorter growing season. So what some people are doing is they're interceding cover crops. Generally, what we're seeing is guys are starting to widen their rose out I. see a lot of twin row corn now starting to be experimented with where they'll have sixteen inch rose and some guys are planning their corn. Really thick there but they're getting more sunlight in there and they've got a flex zero on that a variety. They can actually get bigger ears and get the same yield, same amount corn and just as good. Maybe even better yields. But now they got this wide area there that they can put a cover crop than that cover crops can grow well, and some of them are even introducing sheep or or something like that that they'll grays that I've had some where I've looked at these fields and the is so close together. It almost looks like Kale bars. The sheep would have to go all the way to the end to get through there unless they're going to knock down the corner. Don't there's some things like that decker starting to go on that I think are really interesting man. You know I think it's going to help us with this companion cropping we should we do some of that. We let you corn get outgrow was a little bit shorter maturity and corn in you can fly on or use a high boy cover crops trying to more of an interceding type option late about right now in August and early September we can put on the cover crop and kind of get one started and always have a live crop out there year. Round that would be the absolute goal. So there's a lot of different ways to go with this summer using I see some research going on cure up clover guys. You're actually putting a crop down and they'll stunt that clover a little bit. Now plant their corn into an s applying their nitrogen, and then as temperatures get a little cooler and the corns drying down sunlight comes out the cure clover grows the best in the spring and in the fall and then. The next year they'll go right back to corn clover growth through the winter, and then they'll play another crops. There's a lot of different ways to slice this and try a lot of different things so. High everybody. Thanks for listening to this clip from in search of soil. Be Sure to subscribe to the of Soil podcasts to get the latest from the show and be sure to check out more of the best clips or listen to the full interviews on your favorite podcast APP by searching in search of soil.

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Giraffe Nurseries

A Moment of Science

01:59 min | 1 year ago

Giraffe Nurseries

"Hey Don my friend wants to go back to work during the day and she's looking for a good preschool in town on for her daughter any suggestions royal. I think it depends on what she means. By a good preschool gushing she wants somewhere that will protect daughter and teach her new things where that emphasizes play too. I think that's a natural thing to want and we're not the only species that values these things for for our children giraffes in fact sometimes leave their calves in a sort of nursery light preschool. This is a group of the communities young that has as a designated babysitters standing guard usually one of the moms that's impressive after all a newborn giraffe is about six feet tall and two hundred pounds so it must must take some effort to keep an eye on several of them but I also know that drafts will suckle until there around eighteen months old. How does that work with the nursery like your friend. Mother Giraffes have to go out into the world to work in this case foraging for food and water the come back after several hours to nursing nursing calves but while they're gone they make sure there's one mother giraffe watching over the young she protects them from Hungary predators such as or lions alliance. She'll also keep an eye on the cavs as they learn how to socialize with each other and explore their habitat. That's when the young Giresse get to play uh-huh sounds like a lot of fun for drafts though you still haven't told me of any preschools in town this moment of science comes from Indiana University. Eh there are thousands more moments of science on our website at a moment of science dot org where you can also view videos and sign up for podcasts. I I'm yeah Cassandra Dr Dog.

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It Happened in Florida Round 2 06-17-2020

Woody & Wilcox

06:04 min | 4 months ago

It Happened in Florida Round 2 06-17-2020

"The. What we've got here is what we call. It happened in Florida and that means that would share three stories real quick. All of them are true. There are taken from. All over the globe you just have to spot the one that actually is the one that took place in Florida. You can be an official contestant. Cubans is waiting for your call right now. Eight four four four WW show. That's eight four four four. WW. Show what he has story number. One number one is about a fifty five year old man who claims he was humiliated and embarrassed by KFC. When they wouldn't let him go through the drive through. With his horse and Buggy. He says he doesn't understand how him and his horse John John were not allowed through. Quoting here was about ready to order a bargain bucket when a manager came out and said I'm not allowed to go through. There Have Been Hawk horse and buggies since before cars. He. Did what anybody would do? He went down the street to a McDonalds where quote nobody batted in the eyelash. Is it in Florida where he was just trying to get bargain bucket with the horse and Buggy, but ended up with a big MAC started to do with some of the things that are happening while people are locked down due to covert nineteen. What are some of the things that we've heard most as far as interesting phenomenon during this lockdown period, anybody self haircuts, self haircuts. Okay, not what I'm looking for here. New Skills or Playing more or game? A whole lot, not wearing pants for. Those are good gases Give you the headline. Man Gains Two hundred pounds during lockdown. I am Cova Fifteen How's that even possible? What do you mean? How's that possible Chelsea? How is it possible for a man to gain that much weight in such a short period of time, covert or not? Story number two says he hasn't stepped out of his home in five months, and has gained two hundred and twenty four pounds in that time. Now. What do you mean? No, don't believe it. Does he have a tumor? Is there something going on there? Doesn't appear to know. By the way thanks for asking. He came in starting at about four twenty, and now as a little over six twenty. Whoa so that's good worry. Baseline was fairly high to begin with, but that's a huge percentage increase in just a couple of months correct. I'll give you a few more details. My question obviously is is this man who gained two hundred pounds during covert nineteen lockdown in Florida, eight, four four four ww. W, what he has the third and final story, because ever have the drop by happen to you happen to the dude in story number one and he's now behind bars, because of it argue the headline man jailed after nasty spat over unannounced guests. So they did the old drop by by the way in his particular city from Michigan. And he's like you guys didn't call and say that you were coming. And I'M GONNA get into a fight with you about it because you don't do the drop by. Call head. You may be sending. No, Hey, can we come visit? One small plastic table really took the brunt of the fight. It was destroyed. Simple battery are the charges for the man who is upset over unannounced guests. Is it in. Florida Dale is up I to China solve our. Quiz Dale Stories happen. Which one do you think went down in Florida? Well all it because there's a plastic table involved and by Walmart Story. Number three. Number three. Nice job. CITRA Florida. Man is behind bars after some relatives from Michigan just showed up at his door and he's like nope. You call you don't do the drop by from Michigan and a fight ensued when it comes to store to in the man who's gained over two hundred pounds during lockdown. Not USA USA. As a matter of fact, the man is in China sort of at the heart of this Cova nineteen situation he's in Wuhan China. And by the way the story says he was recently quote labeled Wu Hands Fattest person and quote which I didn't. I guess I I don't know how they do things in China. I didn't know that each city named their fattest purse. But I guess really looking to bulk up, and you take the title next year to me. That suggests that he's proud of it. I mean I hope he is I. Think it's fairly unhealthy. It's six sixteen, which is apparently what he now ways, but at least he feels strongly about it. Do you think? Are you telling me that there? He wasn't the fattest person before. Before and during lockdown, he's like well. I'm taking that record. I'M GONNA. Have to call China on this. Because I don't know fully the answer to that question, but it said you know they've been locked down a little longer than we have. And it said he hadn't left his home in five months. Hence the over two hundred pound weight gain, because I I di. Assistance at that point, don't you believe probably yes, it's. You know it's it's not the greatest story and be careful trying to get your horse and buggy through the drive through the KFC in the UK. No KFC Burger King and McDonalds thumbs up. Oil Cox show.

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Episode 15: Dos and Donts of Lymphedema Management.

Lymphedema Podcast

06:18 min | 1 year ago

Episode 15: Dos and Donts of Lymphedema Management.

"Podcast. I'm buddy Westbrook, certified therapist and the host of lymph Edina podcast. The purpose of limiting podcast is provide answers and explanations for people affected by the disease. Limiting this podcast patients, family members medical professionals and anyone interested in them for Dima each week. I discuss a new topic related to this disease to help you learn more and navigate better the journey ahead. Disclaimer as a certified limiting therapist all information provided is based on my professional experiences in education. I recommend anyone who feels they have lymph Dima or have been medically diagnosed with lymph Dima seek in-person medical treatment from certified liberty Methodist, I'm so passionate about teaching others about lymph Dima that I created this podcast. Thanks for joining me. I hope you're ready to lend something new today. Welcome back for episode. Fifteen of lengthy my podcast. Today's topic is going to cover what to avoid when you have lymph Dima, and what you can do to better manage this disease. This'll be a short and sweet episode. So make sure you're ready to take some quick notes. First up is what to avoid if you have lymph Edina skin injuries like cuts, a scratched from your beloved, Rufus or sprinkles or insect bikes can open a whole can of worms. You don't wanna deal with? Listen back to episode five on cellulitis, if you want to know more about why you need to avoid skin injuries. And while you're at it episode seven on wound care is a good one too. Extreme heat like sunburns heating pads and very hot showers are not good for someone living with limping Dima because the heat increases blood flow and the blood flow increases lymph production in that area. The more limped produced the more volume and Olympia. Meaning heat causes more swelling. That's the last thing anyone with liberty Mowatt. I hesitate to say this next one without a disclaimer, but strenuous exercise without compression should be avoided. There are currently athletes competing in bodybuilding competitions and running long distances who have lymph Dima you can return to high impact sports over time, but not overnight and not without compression, a final few things to avoid are tight clothes jewelry. And no matter how many people say it's a myth always avoid blood pressure in needle sticks in the affected. Extremity puncturing the skin or compressing an already compromised lymphatic system can only lead to negative side effects to end on a happy note. We'll talk about what you can do to help manage Olympia Dima. Maintain a low salt, low fat diet, if you think about what makes up lymph water protein fatty acids and sill particles. It makes sense to avoid these food groups increased sodium leads to excess water weight and increased fat intake leads to more fatty acid particles in the limp drinking half your body white in ashes of water is a good habit to establish water. Flushes the body of toxins and helps you flush the kidneys. The more water you drink the more lip you can flush from your system, wearing proper compression, either garments or bandages is important. But it's also important to keep them clean and well-cared-for throughout the day. You should elevate. The limb of possible to give it a break from the effects of gravity. It's funny that this list also includes exercise avoid exercise without compression. But do exercise while wearing. Pression episode six on exercise can help you better understand the positive effects of exercise when living with them for Dima daily skin checks for injury or signs of infection will keep you one step ahead of any potential problem and finally wear compression, while traveling always wear compression when flying the pressure change in the cabin can cause stage zero lymph Dima to progress to stage one within hours of landing. Listen to Verne story in episode ten and ten and a half to hear her personal experience with this even when traveling by car, it's important to wear compression to help with circulating into decrease swelling. So to recap let's talk about what to avoid. I avoid extreme heat like sunburns and hot showers skin, injuries like cuts or insect bites tight clothing or. Jewelry and always always always avoid blood pressure and needle sticks. In the involved. Extremity things you can do to help manage Dima are either low salt low fat diet drink caffeine bodyweight in out of water. For example, if you weigh two hundred pounds, drink one hundred hours of water. Elevate the involved limb throughout the day where compression while exercising and traveling and do daily skin checks to avoid infections like cellulitis. So I told you it was going to be short, and sweet I hope you're able to take some notes and learn some more tips on how to better manage your lymph Dima as well as some things to avoid mother. Theresa says loneliness, and the feeling of being unwanted is the most terrible, poverty, this podcast is here for you to find friendship and community for your journey with lymph Dima. I hope you enjoyed learning. More about lymph deem do's and don'ts. Email me with your story if you'd like to share lymph Dima podcast at G L dot com or visit the website limiting podcast dot com to submit a topic for another episode.

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Bumperpodcast #380  Yumyah

The Natty Bumpercar Bumperpodcast

12:05 min | 4 months ago

Bumperpodcast #380 Yumyah

"I listen I. Know I've been gone for a long time. I got a good I got a good reason, not even an excuse I promise. I've been I've been out in the wilds of the world looking in hunting. And I invented something. I didn't invent it, but I. Kind of Hell with help. I was able to discover something and and I. Think I'm ready to share with you. I know I've been gone for a long time. I can't believe I just looked, and I saw the last episode that I that I that I put up was about the glasses. Remember the glasses. It was so long ago I still don't have glasses. I've been back to that store twice. Have like relationship with them now. I, I walk in, and they're like. Hey, no glasses and I'm like cool. I was here for a plunger. Good because we're friends now we can all just laugh and laugh and laugh at how. How I can't see but. We're past the glasses. We've moved so far past the glasses. We're into a whole nother world now. where I'm inventing stuff and I'm following through on it lot of times, my brain, just kind of make stuff up and I'm like. Yes, that's it and then I forget about it but this. Mostly, because I've been prompted in in prodded enforced by other people. Is is is that? I've kept data, and and a lot of times left to my own. Whims and desires I just kind of big idea. Move along big idea. Move along. I mean the fact that I've recorded three number three hundred eighty. Of these podcasts is astonishing to me. That means must really enjoy doing it that way. I must really enjoy you and you know what I do. I, Miss you when I don't do it I. Get I start to get guilt and then I and then I started to get like Oh. What am I done? What if what if I never do it again? That'd be sad. Would you be sad I would anyway? So. Here's what we invent. It's called Yum yeah. What's Yum? Yeah, all right well. Here's a fun story that I wrote. To See if you can follow along I, tend to say it pretty quickly. But I'm going to I'm going to try to slow it down for your for your listening ears. Deep in the hills beyond the abyss lives the ghost of a ghost. Who has granted one wish? When to Grumbly, explorers got lost in the Blah. That ghost blessed their bellies. With the taste of YUM, yum! Yum Yeah you say well not to downplay bud. It's creamy and dreamy and not to sound unseemly. But. I highly recommend that you try some. So trust the explorers who have decided to share this yogurt retrieved. From the ghost from nowhere. They've even swayed. The heart of coffee can alley and now. Yum Yum is made near the Brook? By the jungle of the town beside marshmallow valley. It is made with love. So, hold onto your wish. Because the ghost of the ghost. Invented your? Four Bliss. Try Yum. Yum varieties as well as ya flavors and enjoy this perfect eating blend. That everybody savers. Young guys. We've done it. We've invented something delicious. I mean you know we followed a recipe. We tweaked recipe, so here's what I like to do. Is I like to find recipes online and I usually get five or six, sometimes eight or ten of the same recipes right from different places, and then what I do is I look through the list I find all the common ingredients right and so and I build. A recipe out of common ingredients right those your your base, those your backbone. That's the structure, the foundation that your recipe is built on right. And then. I start to look at all the other little things like Oh. This person did this tweak that person did that tweak over there? You know and then I start to like do experimenting and figuring out like all right well if they did this in this in this. Maybe, they wanted it to be a little bit more savory. You know that means that means like kind of salty, and so that's why they added this stuff, or maybe they wanted it to be a little bit sweeter. And so they added some hunting, or whatever right and. So then I determine what how do I want it to taste? This is going to be my recipe and so then. I start to figure out. I'm going to get rid of this I'm going to hold this to the side Oh. This thing actually plays well off of that ingredient, so I'm gonNA. Keep it even in there. Even though you know on the surface, you might think Oh, I don't know if that should be in there. Sometimes it should, and you don't even know. Right right so. According to the story, there's the ghost of a ghost. and. He only granted one wish the thing is. We don't even know what that wishes. Does it even pertain to the two explorers? Does. I think there's a deeper story about this ghost. WHO's on? How many wishes does he have left? And I didn't even know the ghosts granted wishes. Is the ghost of genie like how? There's a lot going on. It's what I'm saying, and and you know so. Did he invent? Yum Yum to he is. He is guarding it. Is it. Is it something that's you know like? It's hidden in the forest I don't know. I think that that story is is just the beginning I think we're. GonNa find out a lot more about about. Yum! Yum, but basically. It's it's. It's kind of like yogurt. It's creamy ended streaming, right. And these poor explorers. They they they were lost. And you know, guess the ghost of a ghost save their lives. By filling their bellies. With delicious yum yeah. Why not just call it yogurt. I'm fine I like yum. Yeah. It sounds better and people were like. Oh well, the heart of coffee can alley. That's ninety bumper guard. Yes, that's me. I am allowing them to. Manufacture to create to make. Ya here coffee can alley. And we can't wait. We've got yummy flavors that we're GONNA. Start figuring out to we're going to do like a limb incurred curd. Do you know what that is? Odds good because the yogurt kinda sweet, and so I was thinking like i. want some tart flavors to go against it just to counter it so a nice lemon curd oud. which could move over to a key lime? What really yeah it could it? Could it absolutely could, and then also we're thinking of doing like. A cranberry you're like, but that's only for Thanksgiving known my friends. Graham Berry dressing is delicious, not out of a can. No, no, I'll made fresh. And then we're thinking of doing like a Chai. Chai is it's like a Chai Tea, but A. Yogurt. What! And then we're even GONNA make. lassie like a mango lassie, right, which is a drink, but we're not gonNA have it be to liquidate SOC-, Mango and the yogurt, and maybe some like some cardamom row. Wow, very fancy and we're going to make some. Some GRANOLA and we have like cups coming little plastic cups, and so the only thing that's holding me back at this point is I haven't made stickers. Or design the packaging. But my focus right now is on getting. All this stuff made done right, and then then then. I can do the packaging. That's where I've been. I haven't fallen off the face of the earth. was still doing the pig and pals show. Coming up today very exciting. Celebrating, birthdays left and right haven't been doing a lot of comedy shows. Do I miss it. No, actually I don't kind of weird. I thought I would. I used to, but then. It's just been so busy. and. Busy doing what well inventing. Yum! Ya for one. Thank you for asking. Oh. What's that? You're asking me? Is there a twitter account is there? Is there a facebook page? Is there an instagram relax? Were working on all that stuff. There's a lot okay. Settled down. And What I've been doing I've been working in the yard. And and we're we're putting path around our a raised beds raised beds where we have squash and cucumber and corn and Pumpkins and Cilantro and lead us so much. Stuff is growing this year tomatoes. Okra it's all their. Think. That's what I've been told to me I look at it and I see a lot of plants but I've been told I've been. Guaranteed, these are edible plants so I'm GONNA. I'm GonNa take take their word. But so what I did say cleared off all the grass third around the beds and then I put down this Tarpley stuff, and then I've started putting down rocks so far I've put down one thousand two hundred pounds of rocks. because. Each bag is fifty pounds. One thousand almost at more than half ton. Hot Hot Sun. But you know what. I did when I was done. I came in. and. I had a delicious taste. Of Yum Ya. Look at me. Okay I. Hope you're doing well. I! Miss you desperately. Next week we're going to get back to normal episodes. or maybe even this week. Maybe I'll do fifteen or twenty bonus episodes. Who who now

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WFOR CBS4 AM UPDATE 9-7-20

CBS4 News Miami

02:29 min | Last month

WFOR CBS4 AM UPDATE 9-7-20

"CBS for news headlines are sponsored by your Volkswagen dealers of south Florida checkout local offers at VW Florida Dot. com. Hi I'm Francis Wang here are your CBS Four News headlines Fort Lauderdale police are searching for a man who attempted to sexually assault a woman and it was caught on surveillance video the man exposed to an employee at a massage parlour and chased her. To run away he then corner the woman and then threw her to the ground police say the woman was screaming as she was struggling to get free the suspect stopped the attack and ran off police believe the man is between the ages of twenty five to thirty five with dark hair, a full beard, and he appears to be around two hundred pounds. The suspect was last seen wearing a marlins cap a black T. shirt sweat pants and a black mask with a white LV printed on it. Investigators. pompon beach are searching for drivers involved in a deadly hit and run this happened near South Cyprus road and southwest but court at around six. Am Sunday morning BSO and Pompano beach fire rescue say victim died on scene detective say it appears the person was hit by multiple cars. Only one driver stayed. We are working to learn more about the victim drivers involved and we'll bring. You more information as we get it miami-dade police are investigating a shooting that injured two people in northwest Miami Dade. It happened around seven Sunday night near North West, Tenth Avenue, and one hundred, forty, four street police say they found a woman there who was shot in the leg and about a block away they found a second victim, a man who was also shot in the leg. That man was treated at the scene while the woman was taken a Jackson Memorial Hospital and in sports the Miami. Heat fall to the Milwaukee Bucks in a one hundred eighteen to one hundred, fifteen over time game for the bucks when their first game of the series, and now look ahead to a Tuesday matchup against the heat who lead the series three, one inner Miami cf played. Host, to Nashville, a C. in the battle of expansion teams matchup was a defensive showcase with the game ending in zero zero scoreless draw inner Miami now prepares for Atlanta United. F, C on Wednesday make sure to join his later for CBS, four news tonight at eleven remember where always on CBS Miami Dot Com those are your CBS four news headlines on Francis weighing. Have a great day.

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Friday Follow Up Show, Did you find your tribe?

My Accountability Partner Podcast

06:55 min | 9 months ago

Friday Follow Up Show, Did you find your tribe?

"This is my accountability partner. podcasts ladies were putting you in control to reach your goals it just might be the swift kick you need. I'm your host Nicole banks and your accountability partner feel free to check out Nicole. BANKS DOT COM. That's Nicole will with an H and welcome to the show. Good Morning Good morning or afternoon. Depend on when you're listening. I am so glad you're here. I'm your host Nicole banks and your accountability partner happy Friday. Oh my gosh. I am so excited for the weekend literally. I have nothing planned. Well that's not true. I have a Sunday dinner with the girls on Sunday but outside of that I've got nothing. I am so excited just to chill. I feel like all of us have been just our noses to the grindstone. We have been going strong wrong for seventeen days. That's right. It's the seventeenth of January. It's my brother's birthday. Happy Birthday Chad but also just letting you know that seventeen days into the new month the new year the new decade. How you guys do win? It's the Friday. Follow up show where I check in on you. How how is it going? It is a week five of the six week series. Now Listen Week. Five is all about how to find your tribe how to get the support you you need in your life to reach your goals right and have it for the whole New Year. Why it's actually so important that we have people around us? That support report US so on Monday. I gave you a few ways to find your try to find those people to support you in your goals and mentioned to you that most people will do better with support up to sixty five percent better now. If you know me you know that I am a huge supporter and supporting I support. But those who are doing it with no other support like financial support or emotional support and we've all read those stories we've seen on TV the woman who's lost two hundred pounds all on her own see. Here's the thing we can do it. We all know what it takes to live a healthy lifestyle. It's true it really is true. Weekend choose a chocolate covered. donuts or a piece of fresh fruit. The instinct part about that is that we all control what we put in our mouths. No one else does it for us. That is one thing we can control. It really is about putting you in control to obtain those goals. That's that's why I do the Friday. Follow up show. I'm checking in on you. I support those. That took the courage this week to step out of their own front door and get it done. I love of supporting trailblazers like Barbara Walters in journalism. I also love supporting anyone who dares to begin. You have to remember. There's a lot of people who just S. can't get over their own. Fear can't get their own way to even start. I always support anyone who dares to begin it. It may not look pretty. It may be an completed but you started and that's what I encourage. I dare you to begin. But what if you don't have support and how do you find it for those. That are just joining me. Please go back to listen to Monday's episode where I gave tips in the a show of areas of support whether it's online and or in person I also challenged the listeners to find a group or community to join and become an or participate in an event. This coming so did you. Were you able to do the research well and trust me when I say this. It isn't that much research you need to find an opportunity a group event that actually correlates with your dates and your budget and not everything. Everything costs understand that and attend dress and go walk out the front door but did you do it. That's the question. Why is it so important? It's because we all need supported. A shared burden per se is. I liked her burden. Let's define emotional support. Because that's what we're really referring to. We would define an emotional supportive relationship as one where you feel unconditionally accepted and cared for you. Feel as if that person is concerned concerned for your well being that they actually care if you're upset or scared or worried or happy for that matter right when you are emotionally supported you feel less alone. That's why I do this. PODCAST is a support. You when you think you're alone. Listen I I am right here for you. I know you can do whatever it is that you're wanting to do. I didn't say it would be easy but I said you can do it. I'm here for you. You can talk to me at Nicole. BANKS DOT COM. That's an I. C. H. O.. L. E. B. A. N. K. S. dot com under under the podcast page. and Or. You can email me. And that's at Nicole at Nicole banks dot com share. Your story talked to me. What are you trying to achieve? Let we support you again. When you're supported you could do so much more and I encourage you to find that support reach out and be patient because it will come come? I promise I dare you to begin to enjoy trying. Something new and I applaud those that walked out their front doors. This week and met up with some I'm one of like minded activities and our Interests Bravo listen. I do hope you're feeling the love today because it's one of those things. I have such such a huge heart about I feel like everyone needs a hug and support and just know that I am giving you a virtual hug. Aw So there you go. I hope it carries you until Monday. Do me a favor and listen to Monday's episode. It is week six of six six. It's next week and it's all about how to celebrate and wins when reach our goals and how to keep them going all year long. Please subscribe so you know when another episode of my accountability partner is coming out. I am looking forward to the weekend. I cannot wait to just chill and relaxed and I hope you are too until Monday. Holding people accountable is love. And when I'm holding you accountable I am saying you're capable of a bigger game. I am your host nickel banks. Enjoy your weekend and until Monday

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SpaceX and NASA investigating Crew Dragon Explosion

SPACE NEWS POD

08:58 min | 1 year ago

SpaceX and NASA investigating Crew Dragon Explosion

"They all Bill. Hello and welcome back to the space news pod. Your daily source for space science and tech news. I am your host will. And today. I'm going to be talking about SpaceX how they had a capsule blow up what they're going to be doing about it. And what NASA is going to be doing about it SpaceX capsule blowing up some gonna get into. Then just say, but I want to say thank you to everyone who's been supporting the podcast. You were amazing. Just listen to this podcast supports it. I want to say thank you really do. Appreciate it. Everyone on patriots. Patriot dot com slash space. News podcast, you're making this thing happen with your generous generous donations anybody interested can help out for just one dollar per month. That's right. Just one dollars per month. And I'm doing a fundraiser right now for new microphone that'll be helping with the production values of this podcast. So this goes out every single day. And I've been doing it for over a believe over two hundred pounds. So it's about time for an upgrade SpaceX has launched an investigation into what caused the company's passenger vehicle. The crew dragon to explode recently, and this is during a life fire test on the ground in. It's kind of too early to know how the accident will affect upcoming schedules with NASA and before the accident occurred, SpaceX heady lot of work to complete before it could fly people on the capsule for the first time. And that's what NASA said in advisory panel on safety, and it's been about a week since his happens been five or six days, and they're not exactly sure what caused the accident. But they do know that happened. When SpaceX was firing up. Some of the engines that were embedded in the crew dragon. This super Drako engines which are crucial for. For emergency during future flights while something went wrong in the middle of the launch in the capsule ignited into blues marines. So this happened on April twentieth in their conducting tests at Cape can ever Florida. And that's where numerous Felker nine rockets have landed and a static fire test. So it's been it's held down to the ground. And when it was launching he was firing these rockets firing these engines during the test known aesthetic fires the capsule blew up, and you might think this is a bad thing. But it's actually a really good thing. These tests are very important for the future safety of astronauts, and people that we're going to be sending to the international space station, they need to know that they're safe in these capsules. So the hardware that was holding the capsule down did its job in when SpaceX fired up the eight super Drako engines, that's when the. Version occurred in this capsule of on the blew up. It made it to the international space station in king backdoor three. So it's been used before. And so maybe the structural integrity of the engines was you know, kind of shaken up during reentry, we're not exactly sure what. But it can duck with the space station, and then it landed safely in the Atlantic Ocean. Over a week long. Stay in space. So it can get there. It can get back. But then something happened somewhere in between there that stopped it from from functioning properly. All right. I'm gonna take a quick break. I'm going to do a pause for the cause pay some bills get back. I'm gonna talk a little bit more about how NASA and SpaceX going to move forward after this horrible incident. Hi, everyone. I would let you know about inker dot FM as where I host Bod cast. And I find that it's the easiest place to do that. And it gives you everything that you need in one place for free, which you can start podcasting from your phone or from your computer. You don't need special crazy equipment to start doing it. You can talk into your phone, you'll need editing equipment that costs thousands of dollars to start a podcast. You can do it from anywhere in when you're done. Recording your episode anchored at FM will distribute it so it can be hard everywhere on Spotify apple podcast, Google podcasts. Stitcher. Every place to podcast can be heard in you can make money with your podcast. It's pretty simple. There is no minimum listenership to start making money with anchor. So if you wanna make a little bit of money while having a cool podcast while download the crap or go to anchor up FM to get started. In SpaceX has tentatively planned to go back to the space station with human astronauts in July. Why? But since this all happened. It's not gonna happen by the summer. You know since the explosion happened to can have to figure some stuff out. They're gonna have to do some more tests. They're probably gonna have to do more tests without humans just to make sure this thing works, and you know, they're gonna be safe about it. And that's is much as they can do. They can just figure out what happened how to fix it in the do more tests. So that means that SpaceX is salvaging the accident site the collecting data in coming up with a timeline of events leading up to the accident. And it could be a while before they know anything about the recovery. The investigation will take time before the root cause analysis is completed. So SpaceX was going to land their next mission on this landing pad, but they can't do that. Now, they have to use their drone shifts because they were going to come back to earth and land there, but their stuff in the. Hey, and they have to do an investigation. So they can't clean out in time. And therefore they have to use their drone ship to land. And SpaceX has another milestone test coming up for the crew dragon capsule. They were planning to fly the crew dragon that it was testing until blew up, of course, over the summer, and they were going to test the emergency abort system, which you know, could be part of the failure that happened with this last capsule. And now they're gonna fly something else. They're gonna have to fly. Another crew dragon capsule that wasn't used before in because NASA is still able to use Russia's. So us vehicle were still able to get astronauts into the ice s and they put that in place during all this testing just to make sure just as a precaution. In case something like this did happen. They are optimist about sending American astronauts back to the ISS from American soil. But. But they just have to be realistic about it space in rocketry are really hard and SpaceX proof that everybody thinks SpaceX is amazing. You know, they're infallible. But some things happen accidents happen, and this is one of them. 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Watchmen S1E1: Who Podcasts The Watchmen? Episode #11

Capes and Lunatics

42:34 min | 1 year ago

Watchmen S1E1: Who Podcasts The Watchmen? Episode #11

"In a lifetime warranty where he can get their link on our Website Southgate Media Group Thought Cau- we'll step aside came some lunatics brought to you by tweet audience awesome headphones tweet audio dot com and Coupon Code Southgate's gets thirty percent or off route fifty place in the eighties so they're trying to make this sequel doing it now so I guess that but I think I don't really it goes because it's like I I like the idea that the cops you fall to wear masks and reflect elements in the book that we're not in the film you know some of it being squid more in depth the squid also joining me as always is tyler is right EC Tyler it's been awhile but we're back because inspecting what about you yeah I mean it's more brutal hatred towards things so this is weird so this seems to be following the Com- the original comic book series not the movie being the big part and you know more about Rohrschack at the type of person he was because the movie tone down some of his racism and Weird because they see you know in the original story and book like it was so massive and this is all funneled down to Tulsa Oklahoma Mo- yeah I episode of watchmen draw. HBO and I'll know I'll say I don't think he wasn't what I was and we'll get it yeah I mean looking thing here I guess it said there were talking about twenty which is a neat concept special just the uniformed officers and then we'll take some of the detectors stuff have more of an identity the vigilante superhero but no let's like she still working for the police so I don't know I'm curious but it's like does this feel like it earns the title of Watchmen Bee's like again it seems very different in you know definitely hitting more on the race ISM and I'm like you know it's kind of I don't I'm curious to see where but it's it's interesting just because I said like the film you know New York City and we see the fastness of do they clock is the book sequel to watchmen in which we're getting you know some of our characters like fight la or something exactly and that's why I was thinking you know that the series would be set somewhere like New York because Washington the story take implicit watch in New York and I think the one thing I'm kind of I don't WanNa say I'm missing yet is I like the idea of the cops wearing masks there's my beautiful wife walking across living he just missed mind coming over from where So I mean you know unique location being Tulsa signed as a sequel to the not the movie I was reading today it's like you know it's worth pointing out there are certain elements to this series but you know part of watching was the idea of these figures who were not sanctioned the Vigilante Heroes Komo we say clock it's kind of like a follow up to Debit Doomsday here's taking place in the nineties there as well like you know you had more heroic acts of night owl so specter as your quote unquote regular superheroes but we don't have that the biggest watchmen tie other than the reference of what he called men in modern I wonder if it's just easier because they don't have to do a period piece and it's like okay we can use stuff like self heard and all they have to worry about that because even I thought the character is at night none something like I thought her character is going to be that or something not just watch because you know they sit there and you a watchman TV series like you're thinking okay based on the but this series is mass that group the seventh cavalry he know basically using Rohrschack is like their idol and their symbol is the it's kind of like well I mean it is one episode but it just Kinda makes me think like could you just tweak some stuff here because again like we were like we were saying about you know like all again we're talking about Ilker and Ivan listened the crypt on report your show today with the joke review and how it could Jeremy Irons character is at Trinite teases with who he is but we pretty much know who he I thought they confirmed is in green he is kind of watchmen esque like using the the yellow for the masks and ORCA just be a show about a vigilante you know the Rohrschack they're like you know the background stuff the newspaper I mean and some of just the the imaging need like futuristic stop with one row in we can I mean if I'm trying to think back when they when they did the original watch and it was released in the eighties and if he is Adrian just and then I thought you know what about characters like Knight Knight Phil Spector they'd be what in their seventies with yeah yeah with a real life event the at that the race riots in Tulsa in what is it nineteen twenty one yeah awesome year I mean I mean I mean the timeline works their kids can even be running around to yeah exactly that would be I don't know it'd be I would love to see I heard you talking about me and about how old you just take take out certain elements and doesn't even have to necessarily be joker movie like this I mean you could take out yeah like to me the series have been great if it took place on the nineties but why the jump to modern day what's the significance of doing a watchman sequel look at look at a couple of different sources all I've seen episode though that's assume I mean if you weren't Milwaukee dead for season resilient and then we have a new rohrschack doctor Manhattan basically into the DC universe yet even the comedians getting reference so we'll look at the books before watchmen okay heavy-handed telling the stories before the events of the watch book K with all the characters that would appear in Washington so yes on Mars so we'll we'll see you know I can kinda improves like is the watchman story so tethered to these characters like this is watchmen is that I don't mind the new characters like but it's like something that feels more it's in the story but I into much with six episodes Kinda keep the pacing quicker but I'm I'm interested I just want or eighties now the I don't know if they were safe forty nine thousand nine hundred eighty that another thirty in the book of the different characters and this is in a small town yeah so it's like how how's the rescue I'm like this is in Tulsa can you imagine like New Yorker Cahiers I mean I'm interested I mean I thought it was I mean the the the race rights Tulsa at the beginning really oh yeah that that starts off yeah that's what I thought and then I read somewhere like well to happen said for sure but it's pretty much that's who he's supposed to be like it makes the most sense at works the best now if people were I mean kind of like we we said with you know we did Pennyworth like you cut out a couple of middle episodes taint so this is like another probably I mean I wish okay so first of all I wished the series is called after watchmen in nineteen twenty one I saw one review that compared that to cal's escape from crypt on the child his you know they put you know the two parents we are falling characters in different areas that were experiencing the same kinda thing like you know the cop in Tulsa somebody in New York allies for people not no surprise almost like the CIA but now it's trickled down but like the local level just about the parents sending off with you know a better place and I love that he picks up the baby and Cina kings character but I think that per grandfather because I was looking at the Synopsis For the episode that I think it's like the last episode of the season in third fix it something about her I can't do child endangerment I mean again it was the twenty rarely twentieth now I mean can you imagine if like something happens Eugenia you know just like yeah well yeah and I think the fact that that would be the one that gets out I have a feeling that's going to be well what's African-amer we'll say she is still lying to her husband he thinks she retired but she didn't Gilani so I thought it was interesting that basically police officers are like superheroes in the sense that they have to create secret entities who it is and I find that interesting I find it interesting the fact that if you're on call it watchmen earn the watchman Monica like maybe if it was multiple stories going on at once yeah I mean yeah you can definitely see you're just the idea of you know the notes the father gives hello sailor exactly sir you know to protect her and I was sitting there watching this like Dang like I'm like I'm like is a recording tonight so all right but I did I saw reveal wanted to ask you about the winning the whole Tulsa thing like you're talking about the race nothing about her grandfather's journey or whatever some bet you that grandfather so is it only six episodes and everything means a just amy hoped you in and I didn't think I'd like Soy Meat Regina's kings character cassettes yeah I mean I think it's a good way to go like trying to figure it out and unless the inequalities commit the six the seafood taken turn things watchmen series either we could just be like a exactly like what makes it so key the a six seven episode season Tan and it would have flown like together better so yeah I mean it makes you wonder off the reservation so it's kind of interesting because then people who live like do they realize that they don't like they don't know who police officers are not like well somebody's a cop we heart and then the cop going back to his car and the fact that we learned that they don't have their weapons that's a have authorization to have their weapons she's has she retired from the police force I thought that's where we late is what she was she retired but then was gonNA pick up as the if I retired so it makes sense the bosses over because she used to work with you I was her her boss in her friend because you know they 'cause it's Kinda muddy where they kind of it's like Oh yeah and released actually use them for the time he gets his pistol the redneck person pulled over did the cops the power of anonymity the you've taken away their locker guns yet and we even see later on when the the police officers aren't even allowed to be just wonder if this is all a you know the cops we ask than stop it's like are we going to get more vigilantes again because the president read for yeah that was Kinda Funny Robert Redford was president for thirty years like if they're good on the radio there have you discussion about you can't apply to have a weapon at home like the waiting list super long to have a gun in your oh yeah so that was interesting so it's just little things that we're learning about the world like you know a the alternate history I bet his her husband though she was a cop because I mean the boss over for dinner and they were right but she has the cover of that was kind of hard but I will say that I'm intrigued by some of the things like looking glass is are doing and the guy gets pulled over first of all he's a racist listen day like hip hop it's so funny looks like such a redneck listened in the rat it's just it's just the point it's like yeah you guys outlawed Jalen teeth guess what you need them yeah like you know you've you've long story and I think we all get different things out of it and maybe what you read what you got out of a before watchmen a he still believes she retired she has the whole fake bake shop thing going well I think that's a cover just because like we like the cop we get shot you know towards the beginning you'll have electric cars but then they had like she had like a pager and then okay so let's go back to the beginning when we get some Nixon was president for five hundred learn from that so yeah yeah and then I generally felt like the way it was directed was taints with him walking up the COP walk into the was cool just because their cages we relating to spend time with what I mean I'm I like what I saw the first episode it should be called watchman this series where she called after watchman or watchmen aftermaths or something in that vein do like a new president can we not have them basically these long periods of terms you know like of dimensional squid attacks that was like the aliens that attacked us that united the world early Charleston's feedback it's like maybe just like sucking thus what my fingers now I did you have a story that kind of spun out of Washington but said mean is you know nobody can be listening in and yeah there was just like well old Dan so I'm I'm really I'm intrigued I'm I'm intrigued enough to kind of go with only six episodes amid Angel I dr Manhattan however is still persona non grata world apparently the synthetic lithium created by talk Manhattan is seen as a major carcinogen like the character of Dan driver can expect and what and what he represents the new night out like that'd be awesome night out three you know something to where it feels ask all yeah the Tilburg or yes like you just silver sucks to his face sling sick reflective you can't squid rain that was interesting so we learned that somebody something is still keeping up with the it just made it better or didn't like some of the before washing stories row k. some of them were I really liked the doctor Manhattan Upton Center quit or you know about they were going to go to Oklahoma Yeah and he's Oh yeah yeah okay so it Kinda was muddy tomorrow with the major he's like they've been paid for two hours yeah pager pages the books and felt that hindered hurt will watchmen was but I think sometimes you gotTa look at watchmen book is a very layered squid through time and space has consequences so why don't you go ahead and bring on Charlie's feedback talk talk about it it is interesting personal theory after escaping every prison he was put in he finally consented design one for himself with happy robot servants the quest hello we're back guess what time it is it clocks back to podcast the watchman I am Navarre shacks journals throw up in the air was published or simply passed from person to person after the fact that squid rain is thought to be a conspiracy suggest people know the initial I think all the cops have have like cover stories now like that guy who's going to night school and spouse and but ray his wife knew he was a police of like okay so with the whole let's say let's go at your Miatas by he's rich and powerful and supposedly in Russia run at the end of it will look like does age does it hurt the legacy of watchmen or not like it's kind of you know some people and where you're connected but yet you're not the heart of the story is wonderfully subverted white supremacists Harris the real threat but the original political rights remain our NCAA We assume ozzy mandates packed with stage but that it was a government conspiracy suggest people don't do everything in his journal really a great way to pull people in there the producer saying he certainly was cursing the theme used to make a cancer bomb really appreciate that the real world white supremacist massacre in Oklahoma was made central to the story tear subplot yeah pock permanent for he says it seems that definitely stemmed from the comic unit there was curse smacks of desperation have mentioned that Vira him Oh and the cops are using surplus Leitao Tech is Cole makes me wonder if the second night out work to see kind of the world but I don't know what we're in the first step but remind me before we get often here that dot Charlie sent me some feedback and he wanted to join us so that would be mass produced those or somehow they got their hands on like the last one see I'm I'm curious just in the sense I didn't realize that is designed can make real bang selling it right thousands that yeah the cops use a face archie yeah for his part of the starting shot down with machine like wow it's that bad the society is that different than league needed a you know watch the rest of it was good but psych are retarded dislike trading off the watchman name exactly and that's what I'm capacity intimidating mask just like interrogating the guy and try an telling the ways pupils dilate that never saying I rather than the movie Universe Henson Squid Ring because once you shoot a squid through space and time it is going to have downstream effects downstream Maggie Charlie Accu is a known criminal psych at you know his his journal Gets Publicized Journal got published in a right wing newspaper Radimov fundamental I think you're cutting along the route that where it's like no matter where he great job at the scores it fits well I mean visually I think the the show takes cues from the book but also I feel like it it it takes cues from the movie as well and what I'll say is this work is awesome it's really good but like it Gilani's or something that likes the night l. it's a night out gang or something that do good you know check just tried to ruin him well he would never do this he has the money and the power and the clout to make sure that he doesn't get convicted or any kind of really kicked up I think when she suits up comes out in her car leases like makes me is what he represents he's kind of the the comedian ask foil with what happens to his he was he was the chief so I mean that is that is kind of the thing is like you have these radical anti-government established people who are looking at Rohrschack Vicario the jail I don't think might went jail because remember the rest of them were like oh no we gotta keep he's like he's like yeah we got to live out this otherwise the world's going to go to war again cleaning doing good for the world he's loved and beloved all Rohrschack just tried to tarnish him rose wanted to see who directed the pilot episode Kyrie but no and then there was that weird guy in the wheelchair who kit who as spoilers kills Don Johnson what's the series can remove they've done film composer singer on past couple face films in new that line is GonNa come back on it that way because he sees her outside the bakery and he's like two hundred pounds he didn't out everybody he did know what's GonNa Happen when they got device he just realize they figured out what was up to you they dropped his journal Office they were going to adopt exactly but I do like that it's like conspiracy the Kennedy murder and stuff like that yeah so some of the some people believe it some don't in like three parts nine inch nails yes it's triggering yeah Yeah Trenton resident addict upticks Oh yeah I forget when they put a link up I forget what they said it's coming out but yeah they're putting out that the score I think sometime soon by I think they would coffee you know he found the murdered girl's and he was so overwhelmed with like just get like just the sadness and a herd of what he found Monday black lightning Tuesday flash Wednesday era Thursday that women Fridays tights which I think is with the deer his ENAMI's I'll I'll watch it at ten o'clock live but yes Sunday night is like now journalism and they formed this group and it would be cool if maybe we sell some people who formed a group of policing we don Johnson was really good all the I was really surprised by Tim Blake Nelson I like to watch it again so I wanNA watch we had a chance to so much and that's when Rohrschack wasn't GonNa get along with them and blue and it's not like you in Russia Journal stated Oh night out when long within wound up so we try to get her the bed I but yeah his his character I'm kind of curious warriors in ago yeah I mean under pounds late doesn't sound like a whole lot I mean in the on so that nobody Solomon the what what do I say what about Don Johnson green light yeah you know he's done a lot of dramatic roles anything but he looks different in is interesting as looking glass I pack so much on Sunday night now just at nine o'clock last night it was supergirl watchmen wotton dead. I forgot that came on at nine o'clock it'd be Kinda cool it'd be it'd be neat if he used to be that's how he got wheelchair because Dan any savings really older some so in an actor that I was first introduced in the movie homes as the doctor and then of course what's up how your buddy one video in your nightmares wait no don't mommy said now excite you know and then legends will come back but you know like space it out a little bit Satan enjoy show at a day Burke Rohrschack Journal worshippers was a lunatic yeah he was in jail when everything and like Charlie said something about yeah it seemed like there was a lot but it's like what will happen yeah and everyone thought it was him that did but he did I mean he he it'd be one is he going to be a former vigilante or something because even busier night I totally forgot it was Sunday night last night seems like a lot of the shows they just like pack these networks packed with a lot of shows in St Gosh just play and then you're going to go fetch that is so he's not feeling that Drake's time you might not feel it till later we're vigilantes back should I mean that's part of the original yeah wasn't sure what I thought of putting Regina King in this but she really job asking I love the police costume things just enough to be the best yeah Oh yeah I'm looking on the wikki saying it was it was confirmed that irons would betray Adrian Vite Ozzy Mandela's yeah he is day Thursday now let's see no I would love to have a week where Sunday this is my this is my dream Reagan carry Sunday Super Girl Yup sir she she is listed as area uh-huh Caceres Just can be like you know brand new master villainous it's like winning some sort of winning more connective tissue and again even the car the car's can again I was like wait a minute I was like what what's the police boat where what's the police budget in Tulsa I mean they again they she was epic is a share say like the cost you oh I totally love her interesting but yeah I mean this thing is intrigued enough to watch more of a almost but we'll see I can't believe we killed on Johnson in the first episode well I wasn't like I said I feel like he's going to be like the comedian does every precinct Pavla you know how our ship in like she had like a little bat cave under the bakery drinks listed as Mary wait a second among I know but you see the the guy who plays Korea made is that the guy in the wheelchair excites their say lose gossip juniors in this house like wait a minute have we not seen him yard guy in the wheelchair it's part of this thing and it came up later I almost I almost didn't have it recorded so I can record the nine o'clock when the luckily they've replayed at ten o'clock so I just reported that one in him and is he the one that actually did it or is it be kind of like that maybe Johncock you know if you ever saw the green mile where John Okay world building but like rebuilding oh I thought I recognized Mr Phillips he's he played in the IMDB treat after go back and watch it 'cause he's he's list says Mr Phillips is also listed as mine we also have Mrs Krueger blew it was a counterfeit CGI Monday Tuesday or aren't right used to be like you know what I was talking to Louis I'm Mike I liked when the air versus to be you know one show Monday Tuesday when title somebody's just weird. Yeah next week says Marshall Feet of Comanche horsemanship not Mike Watch Ito unless we're the first episode answer sometimes when you're watching TV form one upset time so that's her along again to this is the first episode they had to

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Friday Follow Up Show, Did you Find your Tribe?

My Accountability Partner Podcast

06:55 min | 7 months ago

Friday Follow Up Show, Did you Find your Tribe?

"This is my accountability partner. Podcasts ladies were putting you in control to reach your goals it just might be the swift kick you need. I'm your host Nicole banks and your accountability partner feel free to check out Nicole. Banks DOT COM. That's Nicole with an H and welcome to the show. Good Morning Good morning or afternoon. Depend on when you're listening. I am so glad you're here. I'm your host Nicole banks and your accountability partner. Happy Friday. Oh my gosh. I am so excited for the weekend literally. I have nothing planned. Well that's not true. I have a Sunday dinner with the girls on Sunday but outside of that I've got nothing. I am so excited just to chill. I feel like all of us have been just our noses to the grindstone. We have been going strong for seventeen days. That's right. It's the seventeenth of January. It's my brother's birthday. Happy Birthday Chad but also just letting you know that seventeen days into the new the new year the new decade. How you guys do win. It's the Friday. Follow up show where I check in on you. How is it going? It is a week five of the six week series. Now Listen Week. Five is all about how to find your tribe how to get the support you need in your life to reach your goals right and have it for the whole New Year. Why it's actually so important that we have people around us. That support us so on Monday. I gave you a few ways to find your try to find those people to support you in your goals and mentioned to you that most people do better with support APP to sixty five percent better. Now if you know me you know that I am a huge supporter and supporting. I support those. Who are doing it with no other support like financial support or emotional support and we've all read those stories we've seen on TV the woman who's lost two hundred pounds all on her own see. Here's the thing we can do it. We all know what it takes to live a healthy lifestyle. It's true it really is true. Weekend choose a chocolate covered. Donuts or a piece of fresh fruit. The instinct part about that is that we all control what we put in our mouths. No one else does it for us. That is one thing we can control. It really is about putting you in control to obtain those goals. That's why I do the Friday. Follow up. Show. I'm checking in on you. I support those. That took the courage this week to step out of their own front door and get it done. I love supporting trailblazers like Barbara in journalism. I also love supporting anyone who dares to begin. You have to remember. There's a lot of people who just can't get over their own. Fear can't get their own way to even start. I always support anyone who dares to begin. It may not look pretty. It may be completed but you started and that's what I encourage. I dare you to begin. But what if you don't have that support? And how do you find it for those? That are just joining me. Please go back to listen to. Monday's episode where I gave tips in the show of areas of support whether it's online and or in person I also challenged the listeners to find a group or community to join and become an or participate in an event. This coming. So did you. Were you able to do the research well and trust me when I say this? It isn't that much research you need to find an opportunity a group event that actually correlates with your dates and your budget and not everything costs understand that and attend dress and go walk out the front door. But did you do it? That's the question. Why is it so important is because we all need supported a shared burden per se? Is I liked her burden. Let's define emotional support. Because that's what we're really referring to. We would define an emotional support of relationship as one where you feel unconditionally accepted and cared for you. Feel as if that person is concerned for your well being that they actually care if you're upset or scared or worried or happy for that matter right when you are emotionally supported you feel less alone. That's why I do this. Podcast is a support. You when you think you're alone. Listen I M right here for you. I know you can do whatever it is that you're wanting to do. I didn't say it would be easy but I said you can do it. I'm here for you. You can talk to me at Nicole. Banks DOT COM. That's an I. C. H. O. L. E. B. A. N. K. S. dot com under the podcast page. And or you can email me. And that's at Nicole at Nicole banks dot com share. Your story talked to me. What are you trying to achieve? Let me support you again. When you're supported you could do so much more and I encourage you to find that support reach out and be patient because it will come. I promise I dare you to begin to enjoy trying. Something new and I applaud those that walked out their front doors. This week and met up with some went of like-minded activities and our Interests Bravo. Listen I do hope. You're feeling the love today because it's one of those things. I have such a huge heart about. I feel like everyone needs a hug and support and just know that I am giving you a virtual hug so there you go. I hope it carries you until Monday. Do me a favor and listen to Monday's episode. It is week six of six. It's next week and it's all about how to celebrate and wins when reach our goals and how to keep them going all year long. Please subscribe so you know when another episode of my accountability partner is coming out. I am looking forward to the weekend. I cannot wait to just chill and relax and I hope you are too until Monday. Holding people accountable is love. And when I'm holding you accountable I am saying you're capable of a bigger game. I am your host nickel banks. Enjoy your weekend and until Monday.

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#B100 (Bence-Jones protein to bench warrant)

The Dictionary

09:00 min | 6 months ago

#B100 (Bence-Jones protein to bench warrant)

"Hello words welcome to another episode of this podcast called the dictionary. Today is what is it. I think today's April twenty eighth I forgot to look at some holidays. So do you want to hear some holidays What have I missed April twenty? I was National Library. Workers Day I don't think you can really go to any libraries right now but we have to give support to all of our library. People libraries have stuff for free. Go Go get a book a movie a whatever you need to go support your libraries. They have amazing stuff there and you should go support them. I am also telling myself that I should probably go support them. To April twenty second was administrative professionals day. I don't think they get enough respect so I hope you celebrated that day. The next day was take our daughters and sons to work day. That didn't happen but if you're working from home it definitely did happen. Ramadan started on April twenty fourth. I really don't know much about that holiday but I should learn I am I. I need to learn more about things that are not part of the stuff that I already know Arbor Day was April twenty fourth as well and I think that is probably good okay. The first word is bence. Jones Protein Capital B. E. N. C. Hyphen Capital J. O. N. E. S. and then the word protein noun from Circa nineteen twenty-three a poly peptide composed of one or two antibody light chains that is found especially in the urine of persons affected with multiple myeloma. This is from Henry Bence Jones. He had a hyphenated. Last name died in eighteen. Seventy three and he was an English physician and chemist so he probably discovered this protein next. We have bench. It is the I form and every single word in this episode I use word in air quotes. Every single word is going to have the word bench in it this episode. This is a noun from before the twelfth century. One a long seat for two or more persons one. Be a thwart in a boat out. That's the end of the sentence authority in a boat. One see won a seat on which the members of an athletic team await turn or opportunity to play one see to the reserve players on a team. Broadly a reserve force to a this seat where a judge sits in court. Why do they call it? A bench isn't it just a chair? What's the wide wide is it? Why was it bench? There's there's gotta be some history reason for that to be the place where justice is administered and then synonym is court to see the office or dignity of a judge as in sat on the bench for twenty years to d the persons who sit as judges number three eight the office or dignity of an official three seat for an official three see. The officials occupying a bench for a along work table. Also the synonym laboratory as in bench chemist or bench test for be a table forming part of a machine five we have the synonyms terrorists and shelf as five a a former wave cut short of a sea or lake or flood plain of river. Five be a shelf or Ridge formed in working and open excavation on more than one level number six a compartment did platform on which dogs or cats are kept at a show when not being judged. I don't think it's fair to judge them. They're just being themselves they're perfectly. They're they're exactly they need to be and they're one hundred percent that no judgment needed now. We have the second form of bench. It is a verb from the fourteenth century starting with a transitive number one to furnished with benches to a two seat on a bench. Now why doesn't say to sit on a bench to be one to remove from or keep out of a game broadly to remove from US or from a position to be to to remove from the starting lineup three to exhibit dogs or cats to the public on a bench four to lift a weight in bench press? As in bench two hundred pounds. I don't think I can do that now. We have the transitive definition to form a bench by natural processes. Now we have the word bencher. Noun from Fifteenth Century. One Who sits on or presides at bench so it could be a person on a team like a basketball player or football player or it could be a judge. Did you ever think that a judge of football player could be the same thing? They're both benchers. Next is bench jockey. Two words Noun from nineteen thirty. Nine synonym is bench warmer especially one who rides members of the opposing team from the bench. Next we have bench land one word Noun from eighteen fifty seven and we have the five a definition for the word bench which said a terrorist or a shelf next we have benchmark I form Noun from circa eighteen. Forty two one So benchmark one word in the number one definition. It is two words bench and then mark a mark on a permanent object. Indicating elevation and serving as a reference in topographic surveys and tidal observations to a point in reference from which measurements may be made to be something that serves as a standard by which others may be measured or judged to see a standardized problem or test that serves as a basis for evaluation or comparison as of computer system performance that last part was in parentheses. Next we have the second form of benchmark it is a transitive verb from nineteen seventy-two to study as a COMP- competitive. I can't say that word to study. As a competitor's product product or business practices in order to improve the performance of one's own company next is bench press two words Noun for Circa nineteen sixty five a lift or exercise in which a weight is raised by extending the arms upward. While line on a bench bench press with a hyphen is a transitive verb as well or is a transitive. Verb next is bench seat. Two words Noun from nineteen fifty to a seat in an automotive vehicle or you could say car that extends the full width of the passenger section. Next we have benchtop one word adjective from nineteen sixty five suitable as in size or configuration for convenient use on a laboratory workbench as in a benchtop centrifuge. Next we have bench warmer one word Noun from eighteen ninety to a reserve player on an athletic team. And now we have the last word for this episode. It is bench warrant to separate words. Noun from Sixteen ninety-six a warrant issued by a presiding judge or by court against a person guilty of contempt or indicated for a crime. I think I am going to pick bence Jones protein as the word of the episode because because it is the only one that didn't have the word bench in it also. It's science which is Great. Science is real. Okay that's it. I'M GONNA end this episode. I appreciate all of you for checking in and listening and you know go. Go be good positive. Energy this has been spencer dispensing information. Thank you and goodbye.

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10 Strategies for Forging Mental Fortitude | FRIDAY FIELD NOTES

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10 Strategies for Forging Mental Fortitude | FRIDAY FIELD NOTES

"You're a man of action you live life to the fullest embrace your fears and boldly charge your own path when life knocks. You down. You get back up one more time. Every time you are not easily deterred heated rugged zillion strong this is your life this we are. This is who you will become at the he ended the day and after all is said and done you can call yourself a man gentlemen. What is going on today? My Name Is Ryan Miller and I'm the host and the founder of this podcast cast and movement that his order man whether you here for the first time for pin with us four years now I want to welcome you This is a podcast designed to give you the conversations and tools and resources. You need to be more equipped in your life As a husband a father of business owner community elite. or whatever facet of life. You're showing up as we've had some incredible incredible guests over the past several weeks and we will continue to have those incredible guests as well so not a whole lot going on today. Just want to get right into the topic. Because it is very very important one we're gonNA talk about forging forging mental fortitude. Before I get into that I do want to make a very very quick mention of our show sponsors origin. May Now you guys have heard talk about these guys for a very long time. That's because they're good friends but not only that they make some incredible products and their story is amazing. Everything they make is sourced in and made in America in fact it's just down the road. I live about fifteen minutes tops from the origin factory. I know these guys as well. They make geeze rash guards but they make their boots. They make their denim they make the supplemental lineup with Jaakko. So they've got a ton going on and we've got a discount for you. In fact I think they have some black Friday sales going on as well but you can use the discount to which is order that is the code or Dr at checkout and you'll get a discount on everything they have over there. I would highly encourage especially if you're looking for a gift to look into their denim and also look into their new boot lineup. You will not be disappointed. I've got both on in fact right now again. That's origin main Maine is in the state main origin main dot com and use the code order at checkout guys let's talk about forging mental fortitude now. I'm sure that you know quite a few people who seem to crumble at the slightest sign of challenge and hardship and adversity and all of us are going to face difficult challenges in our lives. This could be health situations death in the family. The loss of a job natural disaster and emergency. You lay off so many different things that are bound to happen us on on potentially a daily basis but certainly in our life and your ability to be tough and strong mentally Antonelli and emotionally is going to determine a lot of your level of success and not only your level of success but the level of success for the people that you have responsibility for these are co workers and colleagues. It's your wife and your children. It's people that you're mentoring or coaching. And so your responsibility to be mentally tough and gritty ready and have some resolve is very very important. Needless to say so what I thought I do with you today. Here is share with you. Four mindsets of mental fortitude. And then talk with you about ten specific skill sets that I have identified and begun to use in my life some longer than others and I can tell you through experience that each one of these these these skill sets has really really improved my ability to be stronger as I inevitably face what life has to throw at me. The reason I came up with this and where this information came from is last week I had the opportunity to go to present to the Air Force One crew and see the Air Force One which was an incredible incredible experience and part of that was an experience that got to participate. In because I have developed these strategies for mental fortitude fortitude and have put me in the position where I'm able to have opportunities like that so this is format tweaked and changed a little bit from that presentation so I could deliver over to you and hopefully it helps you improve your life. So let's just jump right into it again we're GonNa talk about the mindset I number one the first mindset is understanding that mental fortitude is a learned and skill. I used to believe that the guys who were the toughest and the strongest and had this mental resolve that I admired and respected in other individuals. Were were just born with that and what I've learned through the course of podcasting over nearly five years now. Is that the men that I've had. And these are entrepreneurs and scholars athletes and warriors and the most successful men on the planet were always that way. They created that in themselves they learned the the skill sets and they developed an element of mental fortitude. Over a very long sustained period of time if you believe that mental fortitude is just some gift left that some men inherently have then you dismissed the work required to develop mental fortitude in your life and therefore you have more of it than you currently a half if you believe. It's just bestowed on certain people than that dismisses your need to develop it in your own life so understand that first and foremost it is a learned skill it can be developed. It should be developed. And it's your responsibility obligation to do it. Number two is you are either moving towards words or moving away mental mental fortitude You don't live in a vacuum you don't live in an environment where things that you say and do and the way you behave and show show up and interact with your environment and other people. Don't matter everything that you do matters the way you do things the way you interact the way that you communicate with the people and all of those actions are either moving you away from or they're moving you towards being stronger and tougher and so you ought to consider the way that your your actions are speaking and what they're telling you and how you're using your behavior patterns to create and formulate pathways always in your brain which ultimately produced thoughts that you have and the actions that you take you were either moving away or towards mental toughness number three three. That mental toughness is perishable skill. It's it's it goes away. It's not like riding a bike where you learn how to ride a bike and then and you can jump right back on after being off of a bike for twenty years and just instantly remember. It goes away and if you weren't doing things on a daily basis which we're GonNa talk about when we get to skill skillset but if you weren't doing things on a daily basis that help you be stronger mentally and emotionally then your getting weaker by default and what maybe shouldn't have derailed. You could possibly derail you. If you aren't intentional. And deliberate and active in pursuing wing becoming mentally stronger the fourth mindset is that mental fortitude is relative. There's no point in life where you get to the stage and you get to just check it off the box and say or congratulate yourself that you are now mentally strong and there's nothing else you need to do it's kind of like like the old The the potential the reaching your full potential argument a you can't reach your full potential. It's impossible I don't know of one single individual who's ever ever reach their full potential in life and there never will be because it's a moving target once you reach what you thought was your potential you open yourself up and you unlock yourself to new opportunities and new experiences that make that potential even greater for you to do bigger and better things so it's relative this is also the same reason. Why if you're in a leadership position you'd be? You ought to be very very careful of comparing your employees or kids. Their level of toughness to another does it does not really your goal when it comes to leadership your goal when it comes to leadership is sure to inspire motivation to teach people what is possible but it's also to help them be tougher than they were yesterday not necessarily tougher than the guy next to them granted. There is an element of using what other people are doing is a framework for inspiration. Ration- motivation but you can't tell another individual that they're being tough or week. All you can hope to accomplish. Work towards accomplishing is helping that individual. Be just a bit more tough than they were yesterday. So those are the mindsets again. It's a learned skill. Number two is that each of your actions. Actions on a daily basis are moving away or towards forging mental fortitude number three. It's a perishable skill. It will go away. If you don't exercise it and number before is that mental fortitude is all relative and you can continue to grow and expand on it. So let's get into the skill sets. I know I'm going through this pretty quickly. But there's so much cheer to unpack and I don't really WANNA overlook anything but I want to get it all in and ultimately and hopefully you guys will be taking notes in you'll be incorporating these skill sets into your life so number one focus on the controllable. It is amazing to me. How many men on a daily basis focused on the things that are completely beyond their control? They get upset about the weather and they get upset about the way other people responding in the get upset about things that they can't do anything about and I used to be the same way and I still do to some degree. It's a difficult thing to overcome. But it's it's not worth getting wrapped up and things that you can't control the problem with doing that. Is that if you are focused. And and you're spending energy and time and resources and money and all of these things towards things that are uncontrollable than you inevitably take that away from things that are and you're being inefficient and you're being ineffective and you're not directing your resources in the best possible way so ask yourself. Is this something I can do something about. If the answer's yes then maybe you ought to consider pouring some MHM resources into that. If the answer is no then I would ask. What is something I can control? What is something I can do and spend your energy resources sources attention etc on that thing number two surround yourself mentally strong people I told you? Rule number four mindset number four was that mental mental fortitude is relative so if you surround yourself with mentally weak people then you will begin to believe that. That's how you're supposed to operate you. It's been said you are the average of your five friends that I hold think holds pretty true if the people you're around are are weak and cowardly and pathetic and easily easily flustered and triggered. That's probably a pretty good indicator that you will likely be like that as well. If you want to be tougher stronger grittier grittier more resilient than find those individuals in your life the order of man podcast and the videos that you're watching on youtube have been an instrumental part of my growth because I've been able to surround myself with again. Entrepreneurs Athletes Scholars Warriors Successful Nen that are of high caliber and that are strong mentally and emotionally and short of saying osmosis. It's certainly not that but it does wear off in a does rub off and you're comparing pairing yourself to how these guys are performing. This is the reason that we started. Our exclusive Brotherhood the Iron Council. Because we recognize that. We are stronger together. It's it's the the proverb that Iron Sharpens Iron Right. If you want to be tougher than you're going to put yourself around tougher men and inevitably you'll learn from them. You will grow from them. You'll be challenged by them. And you will do one of two things. You will cower and remove yourself from that circumstance because you're too weak to handle it or you will show some resolve and you will get stronger in your mind and work towards being a mentally tougher individual number three reframe your fear a lot of people. A lot of guys tend to believe that emotions are bad and emotions aren't bad if they weren't there to service in capacity we would not have developed the emotions that we display so anger and fear and greed and jealousy and all all of these emotions that we would consider negative. They're not negative. They're simply teaching you something so your emotions. You don't need to hide those. You don't need to suppress those does not what anybody is asking you to do. But what I would highly encourage you to do is to understand what those emotions are telling you and and then you can reframe the fear and reframe the rest of the emotions from something. That's bad and scary to something that is trying to teach you something. And that's how I look at emotions. I consider cigarette like a a gauge on the dashboard. If you look at your dashboard of your vehicle and you look at all the gauges and you look at the the gas gauge. And you look at the odometer speedometer. Look at all these things. It's telling you different things. It's giving you different feedback so then you can react accordingly and that's all your emotions are doing. You don't need to get upset about autumn. You don't need a freak out about it if you're mad or glad or happy or to add or angry or whatever it is then just use it as an indicator to improve your life now with regards to fear fear some people believe that fears a bad thing and that. If you're afraid you should just run away from that thing and it sounds silly but it's either sub-conscious that or or maybe it's a conscious decision that they run away from it. But you've got to ask yourself if you are feeling some sort of fear you really ought to ask. Is this this dangerous like going to put myself in danger or am I gonNA put myself in some discomfort and you have to be able to distinguish between the two because of its dangerous. Then okay. There's a case to be made that you ought to avoid doing that thing but it's simply going to be uncomfortable for you then there's a case to be made that you ought to step into that thing and you ought to do that because the more that we do things that are uncomfortable the more familiar they become and the more familiar they become and the more we engage in those things the more competent we become and the more competent. We become in those things more confidence that we develop which breeds more courage incompetence. And it's this big cycle all so fear isn't a bad thing and is not something to be afraid of. It's not something to run away from. It's something to be embraced and something to learn from now. Once you've reframed the fear from being a bad thing to being an indicator for you you'd move onto step number four. which is doing the things that scare you whether that's speaking speaking in public or asking a woman on a date or asking for a raise or a promotion or starting a business? There's probably a laundry list of things that you you WanNa do that you haven't done if you're being truthful the reason you haven't done them because you're scared to do those things and the sooner you can embrace that and you can start working towards those things and move into the fear and move into the things it scare you. A couple of things are gonNA happen. One you're going to realize that. Maybe it's not oddest scary as you thought it was and you'll be able to move past with that. Fear was the other thing that will happen is that you again will make yourself more competent. And and you've become familiar with it and it won't be as scary and it's all relative and now you can push yourself into greater and more pressing issues that you haven't addressed rest before and I talked about this on instagram. Not long ago and I said if you want to have level ten success you need to be able to deal with level ten problems problems. This is the reason that people who win the lottery. They can't keep their money the reason they can't keep their money because they didn't earn the money in the first place and more accurately they didn't develop the skill set they needed to acquire let alone keep that level of wealth. So you've gotTA constantly be moving yourself from level one problems to level two problems the level three problems the level four problems because the more that you solve those types of problems the more you elevate yourself in the process whether it's relational or or spiritually or financially or physically same thing with lifting weights. You can lift two hundred pounds if you keep putting yourself under that pressure. Sure eventually are going to be able to ten to twenty to thirty to fifty three hundred. Because you're able to solve the problem that is two hundred pounds to ten etc so so do those things that scare you number five is to detach yourself and not take anything personally if you thought about or knew you how often or how little people thought about you. I think a lot of people would be surprised. But I think you'd probably do a little bit more than you have in the past. Most most people seem to be worried about the judgment of others. That are worried about what other people think and how they'll judge them or they'll be ostracized from the group and if they'll be mocked or ridiculed and yeah you're going to experience some of that when you put yourself out into the world you're going to experience that but people think so little of you because they they have their own problems to deal with and anybody who takes the time to bash on you or beat you up over something that you're doing probably isn't a qualified source of concern or frustration frustration. anyways I mean I have to deal with this on a daily basis. You know. There's ninety five ninety nine percent of the feedback and engagement that we get as is positive. And then there's always the one to two percent of the people who don't like me or don't like the message no like the way I'm communicating. Don't like the hat or don't like the beard or whatever and and I've learned not to take that stuff personally because what people say about me actually says more about them than ever does me so I asked myself is when when I'm trying to detach from being upset or being offended. I asked myself two simple questions. Number one is the source source of criticism or feedback qualified because of its qualified. I probably ought to consider it. There's the notion that there's zero f given that I'm not GonNa Care What anybody else. Those things that to me is arrogant. In fact. It's silly and it's not gonNA help you improve your life if you're not worried about what high achievers think of you. Who and what you can learn from them? I think that's there's value in that So ask yourself again number one. Is it qualified. If it's not not let it let it ride let slide. It's not a big deal. If it is moved to question number two which is it true. Is it true number. One is qualified number To is it true. I tend to just assume that people aren't great. Communication will number one they. I don't like communicating. Which means that number two? They're not great great at it. They haven't practiced enough and so even though the delivery of feedback or criticism criticism. Maybe a little bit harsh. Just understand or even decide that although it might be true that some people just haven't communicated effectively and then I can look at feedback feedback objectively. And that's the goal is to look at it as objectively as possible realize that it's probably not directed at you and there's something that can be learned from from it if it's qualified and if it's true so that was number five's detaching yourself and not taking anything personally if you WANNA learn more on that by the way you can read a a book called the four agreements by Don Miguel Ruiz's and he talks about it as the second agreement is not taking anything personally all right number six is anticipating adversity and creating and building in contingencies. If you can understand and anticipate that there's going to be things wrong. That things are going to happen. The problems are going to arise. Then you're going to be tougher and you're adequately going to prepare yourself for those unforeseen gene unexpected events now you're not going to be able to adequately prepare exactly for what those things are but you can guess you can anticipate you. Can you can make calculated related and educated decisions based on. What's happened in the past? You can ask other people who have been in these scenarios what they've dealt with obstacles and trials and hurdle hurdles they've had to overcome and the more you do that the better equipped you are to overcome the inevitable challenges that will be faced as you level up from one to two to three you to ten and so on anticipate those adversities and build in the contingencies. When you think hey this might go wrong building a second plan for it and I'm not saying and you have to take that plan? I'm not saying that you should invest all your energy in that plan but think about what could go wrong company. Spend millions and millions of dollars on the concept of red teaming. So what they'll do is they'll take a project or an idea or something they're working on and they'll get it to the degree that they think they can put it out there another world old and they'll have a department or team come in and try to blow the thing up like literally try to go in there and destroy it or throw Oh kinks in the system or mess with it. In some way in order to expose those vulnerabilities and that's not fun at requires effort and it requires killing your sacred cow to a degree because a lot of us tend to believe that the things that we create our perfect. They're not but if we can be real about that and try to poke Kohl's and what we create or the message that we put out into the world we're going to adequately prepare ourselves for the challenges that we're gonNA face and the the problems that are going to arise number seven live with uncompromising standards and values the results that you've produced in your life if are a result of the data points that you're operating by the data point operating by are your experiences your your lessons your beliefs your conditioning your programming from your parents and your teachers from your friends and colleagues everything that you've come into contact with and you're making your decisions in the way that you're thinking is based off of the data that it's using your data so what you need to learn to do if you want to produce a different result if you want to be tougher in your life is to use different data or add new variables to the equation and that's a standard operating system or a standard operating procedure. If you haven't taken the time to really identify and articulate the way that you're gonNA show up the way that you're gonna live your life then you're going to sell yourself short and you're going to expose yourself to risk that doesn't need to be there giving example. I talked with a lot of guys who have stepped on their wife and when I asked them why did you do that. Inevitably inevitably I hear something like I lost myself in the moment I got carried away. I didn't I didn't realize until it was too late. What this means? They weren't thinking about these decisions beforehand because if they knew who they were beforehand they would be less likely to make that decision in the heat of the moment. So you have to make decisions before you let your emotions and the situation wrap you up entangling. Its in its Web. Make those decisions now over here on this wall all over to the side of me. I have my code of conduct that I wrote and illustrated in the book. Sovereignty the battle for the hearts and minds of men. You can look in that book or you can create. Raise your own code of conduct. I also have another code of conduct right next to it that my two oldest sons and I wrote at one of our events we wrote it together other and it's handwritten to help me with it and I've got it framed there with barn would from where that event was and that's a code that we live by and we know you know. What the standard is we actually hold each other to that expectation in that standard and when we fall short of it because we will? Because we're human. We make mistakes then we fix fix it and it should be uncomfortable by the way when you're trying to fix things when you mess up on a standard and you're trying to fix it it. It should be uncomfortable. Should be painful to the degree because if it's not you're probably GONNA fall into the same traps that you do over and over and over again but if it's painful and uncomfortable when you try to fix it good maybe the next time you won't do it again. So number seven again uncompromising standards and values something to live by number eight creating small wins consistently. It's not enough to be good every once in a while doing something once. A week is probably not going to going to work out well or at least not going to help you improve. You've got to be disciplined. You've gotTA create those small ones consistently day in and day out. You've gotta do those activities as often as you possibly can. I use Jujitsu U. S. an example. I've been busy over the past three weeks or so and I've made up all kinds of reasons and excuses as to why can't be at class and why can't do it and they sound. I'm really legitimate. But if I'm looking at it objectively they're not and my coach Pete Robertson with origin talked about them earlier. He said Ryan. You can't get good by doing this once a week. You have to be more consistent with it. And it's true not true Jujitsu but it's true with podcasting is true with learning how to speak in public like is true with communicating with your with your spouse or your kids or your employees. If you want to get good at it you have to do it consistently and that consistency he is. What's going to build up the the armor or the immunities to what were bound to face in life? That's what makes you stronger number nine. Taking extreme ownership. I think this one's maybe a little self explanatory but let me share this insight with you is if you aren't willing to to take ownership of or responsibility of your life and your situations and everything around you then. You are in essence attempting to absolve yourself off of dealing with the difficulty right because if it's somebody else's fault or somebody else's responsibility or this individual this individual did that and none of it is on your shoulders then you don't have to be tough you. They have to be tough because it's their responsibility. But you don't have to and I want to be clear. There's a distinction between taking in accepting fault and taking accepting responsibility. It's not your fault. There's things that go wrong in life. That are not your fault fault that you didn't cause union create and yet you find yourself in the situation but just because it isn't your fault doesn't mean it's not your responsibility it is your responsibility. It's your life. It's your results what you're after and so I'm not telling you to take on some weird misguided sense of Walton plane for the things that go wrong I'm telling you to accept responsibility for yourself your environment and your surroundings and when you do your you're telling your mind that hey I've I've owned this so now I need to find a way to fix it to figure it out to make it work. This is a great phrase in Latin and I won't say it in Latin but the phrase is I will find a way or make one and if you're telling yourself and live by the idea that you're going to take ownership of your life then you're accepting that belief that you will find a way or make one if you want to be successful you'll find a way to be successful if there's not already one there then you'll make a way to be successful successful and all the great and successful people have done that the guys that have had on this podcast over two hundred eighty men that I've interviewed. They weren't born great. Sure sure they had some fortunate events and some things that happened in their life that may have led them to greatness but ultimately it was on them to develop that and they developed it to through taking responsibility instability of their life and their actions and the last one I want to share with you. As far as the skill sets go when it comes to forging mental fortitude is remembering your y. It's very very important that you remember why you're doing things because you are going to get caught up in the monotony and the mundane activities and tasks that need to be accomplished in order for you to achieve it's just the way life is and if you want to be able to succeed and thrive and you're going to have to remember why you're doing doing that in the first place. There's days that I don't want to do a podcast. There's days where I don't WanNa do emails and don't want to be on social media and don't want to do all sorts of things but I do them anyways because I realized how important it is in the grand scheme of things and I know exactly why I'm doing it I do it because of my family I do it because I find value in the mission of reclaiming and restoring masculinity and because I have my fixed on that prize the long long term. Why what I'm doing it allows me to get through the house and the what's on a daily basis especially those things that maybe I'm less than motivated? You do accomplish so that it is guys. That's what I know about forging mental fortitude wrapped up in a thirty minute conversation or so. Maybe not even that long I I know I went through a quick review. This write this stuff down. Try to incorporate as many as you can and it's likely that you're incorporating a lot of these right now so maybe you just learned one or two new things things that will help you on the path of being stronger. Let's go through the mindsets. Then we'll go to the skill sets then we'll wrap it up. For the day mindset number one mental fortitude is is a learned skill number two is every action and throw thought is moving you towards or away from mental fortitude number three mental fortitude is perishable and a number four mental fortitude is relative. Now let's go through. The skill sets one focus on the controllable number two surround yourself with mentally strong people number. Three reframe your fear from something. That's negative to something that can serve you number four. Do the things that scare you number five detach yourself take nothing personally number. Six anticipate adversity and build in contingencies. Number seven live by uncompromising standards and values. Excuse me number. Eight create small wins consistently number nine take extreme ownership and number ten remember. You're Y our guys is that's all I've got for you today. I hope that helps again remember. This isn't important mission critical that we as men step up and reclaim and restore masculinity ask unity and our ability to be mentally strong into show resolve and grit is something all men can improve regardless of what level. Oh you're at it's what will ensure that you're successful and ensure that the people you have responsibility and obligation for as well guys will be back on Tuesday for for our. Ask Me Anything so please make sure that you subscribe again and always honoured battle. We just had Thanksgiving and I'm thankful awful for you and thankful to stand shoulder to shoulder with you. You Inspire me as much as I hope to inspire you and lead you towards becoming a more capable and better man yourself so again make sure you. Click subscribe wherever you are. 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Techstination

01:59 min | 10 months ago

Kensington brings the heat and some fresh air with WellView monitor stands

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When Will The Money Come in an Online Coaching Business

The Coaches Corner

09:21 min | Last month

When Will The Money Come in an Online Coaching Business

"Already. Back for a another quick Monday morning motivation today's topic. is well affirmative question. When will the money come? been working hard. I've been doing the right things I've been putting in the Tyne. But building the business regional declines have been getting on calls I've been creating the content of a doing videos I've been doing live, whatever it is you're doing. And you may be sitting there wondering. When will the money come and I want to reform the question or? Look at a different. A different area of because, I think we can easily at least this is what I learned from problem solving skills over the years is when we look at the problem we're facing. Dead On. We can be blind to all of the solutions. We can have our eyes in our senses in imagination closed to hundreds of solutions so I like to just try to find different way to frame it so. Let's just talk about working out. So that we can all understand, and let's just say that you've been in the gym for three months straight. and. You've been fairly consistent with it in you're putting the time, but you're not getting results. Or so you think. And you feel like you're not moving forward or you feel like you're not losing weight or you feel like. You're not getting bigger if you're trying to get some muscle or you're not getting quicker or faster. So, my answer to that, and this is just a logical. We'll just do this together is, are you tracking the results? If the answer is no then. You're. Not. Our problems are not. We can't quantify the problems. We don't know if they actually exist. So. Are you just say weighing yourself on a weekly and is it actually true that you are two hundred pounds three months ago in you're still two hundred pounds. As the first thing we gotta do is get really real. Is it actually true that you businesses moving forward? Is it actually true. That your list or your audience isn't growing is it actually true that nothing is moving forward? Have we been tracking it if not, let's start tracking parameters numbers. Audience Engagement. Emails sales conversation. Let's start tracking it because we need to know where the problem lies. So I would think that let's just say theoretically in fitness. We're not. We drag it. We're, Hey, we're still two hundred pounds or I'm no faster. No stronger. I've been tracking all of my lifts, all of my numbers and they're all the same after three months. Next thing say is, are we actually consistent is in the calendar if the answer is still? Yes. Awesome. We have a fundamental problem in the way we're doing something. So next I'd say, what are we eating? We tracking what we're eating? And if the answer is no, that's probably where the problem lies. Maybe. We're not like subconsciously eating at night. Are we eating way too many calories way too many sugars. Processed foods this at what's going on there. Let's start tracking that and I can almost guarantee you if we start tracking that. The results would come. Now, if they stolen come that we can look at what are we doing the Jim Are we actually moving. Is. There some fundamental errors in the way we're moving in the way we're lifting that are not building that are not giving us. Strength. Muscle size whatever it is we're going after. We got to track it. And so now if we flip back to the coaching business, is it absolutely true that nothing move forward? Well actually, my audience went from you know forty people to three hundred. All right. There's a win there. Let's look at that. Now. Are we actually making offers to them? Is. The offer framed in a way that's really enticing urgency's or scarcity now, we can start problem solving that. Nelson Agreement List is it absolutely true that nothing move forward Sure we didn't make sales. I understand that, but let's not get stuck at when's the money get come. Let's look at great. My email is grew. Two thousand people awesome. Now, look at the emails we've sent out. What are the opens? What are the Click throughs? Is it actually make an impact? Is the offer call to Action I. Literally seen this where coaches I like I built an thousand people, but I haven't made a single sale. So. We look at the emails that we realized. There's no called actions in these emails. All the called actions are two free stuff or to a video or to a podcast but there's actually no, Hey, join us. Check. Out The program. Or there's no urgency or scarcity. And so let's fix that because that to sales. Is it. Absolutely. That no one's taking up on your offer. Actually I had four sales calls they just all said Nope. Awesome. Let's look at that. Beautiful. That's a huge win. You had four calls. He had the all said no, yes. Lives in the land of no but let's have a look at a sales call. How is it structured? Are you building report? Are you problem solving or are you talking the whole Tatt? Are you making the offer? Are you handling objections? Are you inviting instead of selling? Let's fix that because that elite to sales. These small things add up. oftentimes, we look at the MAC or what we made no sales. I mean no money. Nothing's moving forward and we start generalizing that we suck. That we're doomed that this will never work, and let's look at the micro because you have so many micro wins and you also have a lot of micro actions that you may not be taking. Let's fix those because the micro the small makes the macro makes the big. The small things matter I would say that the small things are all that matters. 'cause the small things build the whole if the cells are unhealthy, the whole is unhealthy. If you work on the cellular level, if you get the cells healthy. You get healthy. So my challenge to you. is to look at the micro where all the small wins. Let's start with that gratitude baby. What are all the small wins? Wow. There's a lot of cool. Now, what are all the things that could be better? Where we dropping the ball in our data in the numbers. Where people falling off Great, we're building awesome social media. We're building an audience, but we're not converting it on email list. Let's look at the. Let's look at what it is. We're offering for free. I'm having conversations with people, but no one is buying it. Great. Let's look at the offer is a position in a way that actually excites. That's not that's kind of cool. But that's a a need that right now, that's exactly what I'm looking for. What do I do next? Let's have a look at realist-, what are the emails were sending out? Or maybe we're at square one. We have no direction. No clarity. Let's focus on that. Let's get some clarity. Some direction, an action plan put together because without that nothing's going to happen. Let's look at the small. And see where we are falling short on this small. That are not giving us the results we want at the big at the macro. Truly. Hope that helps as dot com for anything else we have a free video course on this, it'll help you build up the systems. The leads the sales, the pricing, the structure of Your Business and I truly hope it helps you get that clear to get that direction. All of that is that loubser. Dot Com just go to the free section of the website. If you like chuck at the university if you're interested in Actually Getting Direction Accountability coaching a till you get paid program, we work with you. Until you make money actually until you ten thousand dollars in sales we work with you. As long as you stay committed I don't care if it takes a month three months six months we stay committed to join the coaching calls. You join the weekly lives, you join the monthly mastermind and all the other perks of the goodies we have inside the university. So check that out all of that. Is that Lucas Rick's dot com. Truly appreciate you. Let's make this week something magnificent. Spectacular. Amazing. Let's tear down walls. Let's tear down imaginary ceilings, glass ceilings, and let's bust through into lands that we never even knew existed because in the I don't know what I don't know land. Lies. Everything we want, but we got to push through that fear. So make this week count cheering for you and I'll talk to you. All right. So as always themselves, the episode was saying, thank you for listening to these episodes are one hundred percent free and the dedicated to helping you build your coaching. This is because there are clients out there just waiting for you to reach them waiting for you to give them a result. 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#34: Hop Pellets

hopnology: Hop Growing and Brewing for Craft Beer

41:47 min | 1 year ago

#34: Hop Pellets

"Social media don't think about it too much but you know I follow lots a hop yards in lots of breweries and the hop yards are starting to slow down not a Lotta pictures I my instagram is broken James it's why would I why would I destroy my flower this the act of penalizing cannot improve quality and that's also not true I am cry but if you are into the whole slushy smoothie orange dream sickle mash up than awesome anyway and hop -nology episode number eight thousand four hundred and twenty six or thirty it's out of their reach or because it's I don't know either Voodoo and black magic or insanely expensive and that's just not the case so we've talked a lot about hops about the the growing process and the harvesting process and quality and now you've got you've got a big pile dryer dried flowers what do you do now right say we've talked about story right and we've talked about bailing and selling whole flowers and we've brushed on the topic of Peleton's so I think we ought to talk about just the basics of pelleting and see where it takes us I'm sure we could talk ad nauseam about l. e. been subscribed to a whole bunch of smoothie shops and Orange Julius and all that because all I see are things that don't look like beer right I would agree with you it's extremely annoying and I needed to stop I haven't seen a coach in weeks it's bothersome well and coming off the heels of on but there is more and more on in your camp that they are not beer either one sorry I'm sorry that instagram is making you angry it is true very so frustrating what what has happened to my love I gave up a long time ago you would have been like a pig in shit but for for those of us who have integrity we would have been very upset I saw something yesterday about an apple cider so this is a little bit of sad this there I think I'll and I I think that a lot of people look at the act of pelleting and they say but I will not join them I will not join them and see that's the difference between us I I will take a sip of these things and sometimes they're for buying your first pellet mill and what to look for and things like that but I think we just need to talk about what's happening in the PELETON process that ad identifying activity your making that light fluffy pile of flowers into a bunch of tiny little round Donut beer and I just I I can't even eat a donut while I'm drinking a beer they don't belong together it's also a little sad because you did all this work and you've dried these hop flowers and they're beautiful and they're delicate and then you go in your sh mushroom the great American beer festival you look at the list of most popular beers there and it makes you cry at adjust I mean at least anybody who's reasonable what and well spotted yes you would be but here's a massive difference when we're pelleting identifying yes we are rupturing four millimeters five millimeters and that is what goes into the into the mill to become a densely cylinder but correct you do get to a point a tipping point in your own size of business where the whole cone doesn't work anymore right and densify that hot material so hopefully if you've done it right that you will squish the air out of end the oxygen a cylinder it gets ground up I into what we call milk powder and it's not like powder it's like quarter inch minus so three cylinders and even some some keen listening listeners out there have emailed us in a commented is exposed could only be exposed to oxygen and the surface area on cylinder is pretty efficient it's one of the least amounts of solids there in out of the inside of that pellet making it pretty much impervious not quite but let's just for sake of argument impervious three dimensional solids that have of a small surface area so very efficient terms of what is actually exposed to read so let's talk about this act of televising so start with the technical I suppose of what are you act what are we actually doing here we've got dried eight percent cones when we squish that were basically squeezing out air so we're all that light fluffy nece in the whole cone so that's error you very little of that biomass we want to get rid of everything that's not biomass so we want to squish the air out of that and is to oxygen and if you do that that means it's impervious to spoilage and now you've got a dense pellet cylinder where the surface so take something like the flower that was light and fluffy and not easily portable or manageable in terms of terrier handling scenario and now you've squished amy angry stupid social media it's all those young kids and his damn kids crazy kids go Yeltsin get off my lawn now James you're talking about one you're bailing not to go over seven to one because you can rupture loophole England's but yet when you Peleton's you Shirley a rupture IPE Langley Eastern Europe you'll still find well they call plugs which are sometimes their ground up flowers very coarsely ground or their whole three perspective where hops were were still ground up but but compressed in a different manner or has has the pellet always been there are different forms dispose of and have been different forms of processed hop material in the past and some of these certainly in in some parts of Europe four. I don't know something like something like that yeah it's a lot so we talk it is a lot a lot we listening to their talk for a while now you crush it into a hockey puck the issue there is that that process really doesn't create high enough pressures or dense dense enough aw revolve around the pellet I was not aware of the geometry side of that about the surface area ratio that's very interesting was was there ever a time from hops down and made a denser may have a little bit harder so it's easy to pour it's easy to transfer and measure and weigh and things like that so it really Peleton sizes and all that there are industry standards that brewers are used to and even home brewers are used to correct but ultimately they all you're a storage for you and it's as well storage for your brewer and there are a standard when we get into the begging side of things there a standard packages solid to squish all the oxygen out so they they really did kind of fall out of favor because the the chunky material that's left so any any brewers that are looking at efficiency and are large enough to be concerned with that are certainly looking at a whirlpool process and value and why you would want to do it and I think from a market perspective Y. depending on your size why their cases where you you need to do it doesn't mean you do it yourself oxygen and what isn't on the inside of the other pellet that active densify also takes up a hell of a lot less space and now you are right so by by making a whirlpool in in hot tank that you can actually cause all that hop debris to settle out and not clog anything so if you've got any sort of volume you need to be able to do this it also plays into the marketing sales side of things we've talked about the fact that you need but I still think that a lot of people they look at the act of Pella ties in the they think number one they think why why would he do that and number two they think that is all about ease of use and and long term storage it's the whole thing months later when you're delivering it correct so let's take a look at how this whole process five hundred pounds of crystal season it doesn't mean they're going to want one time right so the the the proper process glance but we are taking were not one not taking a whole flower in trucking it in a mill and appellate mill magically it comes out to be AD Nauseam to your point about just cutting binds drying or not drying and selling off the field and that'll work to a very and stuff like that so particle size of the pellet is really important because if you get it just right than it's super easy to whirlpool separate this works just sort of very high level and then we can figure out what makes sense and try and demystify it for folks at a high level and then for that 'cause you will need new shoes by the time you're done so why politics well we've talked before about the fact that Peleton's exactly and hopefully the folks that are listening that are interested in this will come back with more questions and we can figure out where we need to dive deeper so like I said before the idea here is saunders and the industry standard is a six millimeter pellets six millimeter diameter pellet that could be anywhere from over once once it sort of breaks part in the in the work in the bring process was not easy to separate and it would clog filters and he exchanged limited audience in very limited time frame because you get you can start counting by the minute right once you chop things down in terms of spoilage twenty to thirty millimeters long to to tiny two four five millimeters just depends on how the pellet breaks after it comes out of the mill there's owns and they just literally been smashed inside of a tube so they make the thing that looks like kind of like a small hockey puck and that that ends round and round and round sort of perpendicular to a flat die mill we call a flat dykes lays like a plate and these are you can see you're going to be asking for pellets and that's a question that we used to receive very often in our workshops was you know we talked about this that we take hop flowers dried flowers and we grind them up and we squish them into these titles is a scenario has machine that has a plate the tool that has holes in that the hops get squished he's rollers and that die and as this loose material falls down onto the die onto the plate and it gets swept underneath that roller it perfect world scenario right perfect yep with your and your your cobbler is right there next to you work on your shoes you're perfectly Evans thank you her and that milk powder lands inside of this pellet mill on the die on the plate or I'm sorry can we just clarify something here shirt stuff that's falling into the middle or being transferred into the middle is hitting the plate or hitting the ring ring die it looks like a giant wedding ring and hop debris right that you've just ground up and it's forming a mat or sometimes they call it carpet and there's a little gap between the through is called the die and then the thing that does the squishing of the materials called the roller and there's usually at least two rollers and in every millsap some larger ones have three but the idea here is that you are grinding up hops and to make this milk powder to make sure when you've got a handshake agreement with brewer or contract for that matter that had you know staging when they want what just because someone wants holes in the die and so that's how you're you're extracting hop hop debris hop milk powder into cylinders the big difference sing and storage Helton storage are so important to make sure that that your crop is not only great quality when you pull it down but also great quality usually they're running up into that hundred and fifty maybe two hundred pounds per hour rate but that's a screaming was a way of densify really is just these things take up too much space smush I'm down and smash them mushrooms motions mushroom to the point where you can use news of that Matt or carpet I talked about and their output so if you're if you're looking to be on the larger side of between these two types of machines the ring die and the Flat Die Mel is that ring die mills have a much higher degree of control and the two types of pellet mills that make these little cylinders one is call the flat die mill and one is called ring die mill and a flat die mill the big machine and run on flat out and as you can imagine just like your harvester drier it takes a little bit of area that has enough production that becomes a big deal because Labor's expensive in the faster you can get through this the the better off ever how will you stage your hops for processing matters so generally well back in the day it was all about alpha acid so you'd start off it gets and the more and more material you add on top the more squishing happens and the only place for that debris to go through those so it takes a it takes a bit of trial and error to sort of find the sweet spot in your machine and you mentioned different varieties and it's important to note here I was in pounds in our like three thousand pounds oh my God that's ridiculous well if you start contract processing for folks and urine in Alpha still important but aroma has a much bigger contribution so how you choose to stage those hops for processing makes a difference with your low Alpha varieties and work your way up because the next variety that came out of the machine you wouldn't have to worry about it being overly bitter because aroma profiles and and Alpha levels then we would run oats through the machine to sort of purge everything out and irksome online you'll see what they look like but in both scenarios you've got a spinning die upon which is is landing all of this or hand correct Amish when I'm sure that's clear that you're already out of powder stage when you get into this port correct yep and we'll talk we talk about hammer mill and a little later but but that black magic to make these things work right and so you got to get to know the machine and know what all the settings do and what makes good pellet versus a bad Pellett and how it changes with variety because it does and what happens if you're hops are eleven percent versus nine percent does that change the way things process and the answer's yes the the the milling side happens outside of this this process with the grinding with the with the grinding happens buddies GONNA be the smaller Flat Dye Mills I've seen some say oh we can hit four hundred pounds per hour I've never seen a flat daimiel hut for our Relief operation not at any commercial scale and this to a large degree was part of the the genesis of of course valley hops in the hop operation. You're going to be looking at a ring die mill that's putting out anywhere from three to four hundred pounds an hour or two three the hot debris but it would also lubricate die so that you could then go back later and poke all that all those votes out of the die when you're done but if you leave in your machine when you're done because as they will turn into concrete and so we would run at the end the day or at the end of the of the run cycle we would run oats mixed with mineral oil through there and it would purge out all that you need to do a full cleaning in between each run whether it's separate room okay it's not a full clean I mean that's a good point fields anymore if you've got a picture of your field and you're in North America and they're still hops on the vine there are issues but I scroll through my feed and I think I've back I wouldn't really take big paws clean anything out but if I was going to run say centennial and then Columbus which are vastly different is the residue that was in there before was Laura Alpha nowadays it's a bit different because were mostly looking at a Roma what you gotta find somebody else who's going to because your market unless you're in a very very niche location you're markets not gonNA sustain a hop debris in there you'll lock your dial up when that loop Ulan

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Badass Unscripted - Break Rules

Badass Agile

06:29 min | 2 months ago

Badass Unscripted - Break Rules

"Hello. My Friends Chris here. Welcome to another episode of UNSCRIPTED. GotTa ask you this are you a rule worshiper more a rule breaker? Now. Sometimes rules are good things, right Anytime you live in a society and you have more than one person in a room, you to have some agreements agreements about how you're going to behave so that you're consistent with principles of fairness, equality goodness and kindness, and all that sort of stuff. But sometimes rules are created for to less than noble reasons at least that I can think of number one is an abundance of caution. Never to is control. The stock about the first one. When they build ladders. The tell you that the maximum load is some number two hundred pounds. But the latter is actually rated for three times that weight or more. Why An abundance of caution. The chances that the latter will break failed under a two hundred pound load is so statistically small that the people who make it feel protected from liability. Worth the latter actually breaks testing two hundred and fifty pounds. Two hundred I mean, the average consumer will be like well, I'm to twenty. Is it really that big of a difference in getting really close to that failure point and as we all know? Doesn't matter warnings you put on something. You. Get on a ladder and the latter breaks somewhere. Somehow there's going to be a lawsuit. So when I think of rules that we should invalidate. It tends to be the ones that are created out of an abundance of caution. We have to be careful. But every now, and again, we have some flexibility. We can been twist some of those rules. I don't mean safety rules. But I mean some of the customs and procedures that we cling to because we believe that we must we never asked the question how come. As, people were not terribly good at questioning authority. Are We? But as a bad ass, we need to get. Good added now, the rule that I want you to consider breaking. His any rule that is created and enforced out of a sense of control. See Right now we're experiencing a culture of more and more work from home and that means more and more autonomy, and one of the things you need to understand is that people who are only comfortable if they can control other people. Are Not going to be very comfortable with that. So they start finding ways to justify for example. Monitoring behavior insisting that people be on camera or are punching time clocks every five minutes or twenty minutes to make sure that they're doing what they're supposed to be doing. Rather than trusting teams and individuals to do the job that they're paid to do. And here's the truth. Tell me if you agree raise your hand. The more you try to enforce those rules, the more controls that you put in place. The harder sneaky ones will work to circumvent those rules. A way you're creating more of your own waste, but the real reason for me. To resist and Ben. Those rules. Simply because I don't agree with them. If you want to manage work. That's one thing. But if you want to manage people that's different. If you think you need to control where people said when they show up. What they touch and win who they talk to where they go. Then you're wrong. If nothing else you just you don't trust people. You assume the worst and everybody when you assume the worst in everybody but you failed to Crete and engaged happy culture you've no one to blame but yourself I go so far as to see your foolish for expecting anything other than a culture of mistrust unhappiness and I can't wait till I find another job. So I can get out of this thing can place. If, you're a manager you need to control and monitor people that badly you should be trying to figure out what's wrong with you. Because you can't own anybody, you can't control. You can't dictate people. Kiko around reading people, social media trying to break into their personal accounts, dig into their personal lives in catch them doing something wrong. You're not the government. You know the Secret Service hundred years ago we didn't have this technology and you certainly didn't have the permission. To breach people's private boundaries so that you could have more info and companies got along just fine. We Still Bill Trains and grew in shipped food and ran restaurants and. Everything that needed to get done got done. I've been going heavy on rules around people the social. Agreements. The employer employee relationship it really breaking rules applies to everything. If you're writing code because this is the way the textbook says you have to you might be missing an opportunity to innovate. To break through a performance barrier to create a template that could save time and money. We're just to make the act of developing stuff more freeing more fun. Listening to all this sounds like Voodoo to you. The ramblings of a madman let me tell you this. Name. One person who invented something that you like? That you enjoy what you use the changed, the world that changed your life. Something that enlightens you. Who did it? By playing it safe, following the rules of convention and by refusing to break the accepted norms. Think about it. You can't do it Kenya. Thought. All right. Guys keep living the agile way listen. You can find me on twitter at bat s underscore agile on instagram at bad joe and don't forget to come and facebook join me in the. Joe Listener Lounge, goodies in there I look forward to seeing you connecting with you that. Meantime, stay Mata's.

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The Disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370

Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio

56:57 min | 1 year ago

The Disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370

"The TV plus different they have the ability take from those two psychic powers government conspiracies history is riddled flukes. You're joined as always with our super producer Paul Mission Control Deck in spirit today or a nickname or Appalachian for seth that's appellation in the meantime you or you you or here and that makes this way to describe it the last time I saw you we were in Los Angeles us when all three of us are in the room short yet we took planes back to Atlanta and the reality is that we are on the road and in the air has we speak there are a lot of in the air right now flying this guys and let's it's Who is it I think Louis Ck who has a bit about how amazing is traveling traveling by plane is that amazing experience but other times I mean it's any other means if it's across a large body of water than it's there are some issues like we said just getting through security now at they're also at airports hanging out and it gets really crowded the planes themselves get really crowded moisture acts in the air or even lightning right record was somewhere around sixteen eighteen hours in our the environment that's true it's true that planes are often delayed and anybody afraid of flying just think about that while you're driving on the interstate your driving let's all be very conscious of the fact that the only thing preventing we'll still sometimes crash and every once in a while a plane will simply disappear in flight three seventy here are the facts okay so there are a lot of numbers in here that did the plane? At least a Boeing seven seven seven now's a specific kind of seven Boeing seven seven seven now this particular model of seven seven and it's designed to accommodate upwards of two hundred sixty passengers so two hundred just we'll just add in add in for free here on our nation wide open Kazeem put more people in the plane oh and then still Boeing seven seven seven two h sixty are that was flying on with Boeing seven seventy seven produced it was first flown on May fourteen came out with the confirmed conspiracy to rob you of legroom This plane was configured to to the Gills right yeah well let's go ahead and talk about that just so most people understand in the in the center aisle then it had two seats ro a row of seats on the there were twelve crew members there were two hundred twenty seven passengers one hundred fifty you will read different estimates of the total number of people aboard beloved more on that on February twenty third two thousand fourteen they found no significant issues that point so let's get to the day on March eighth twenty fourteen was one of those early early morning you're gonna fly basically through the night and probably there's centrally flying North East a little bit to Beijing from Kuala Israel to arrive in Beijing at six thirty five am and this was a routine the plane from point a to point B in fly it from Point B. Point as so it ends up where and it's this consumes ballpark of eighty two thousand thousand two hundred pounds of fuel including it's reserves this gives keep the craft aloft in case they need to divert to another airport think of it like a to set the facts out there so we've established the following things as being normal seventy different from all the other routine trips back and forth from Beijing warning this episode of stuff they don't want you to know is innovation and Smart Home Security from Adt combined with twenty four seven monitoring from the most trusted real protection means eighteen thousand employees safeguarding your homes that's right your homes with emmer smart locks and smart lights all controls from ADT APP or from the sound of in the car when your kids are at school with the go APP with an S. O. S. button so if dot com slash podcast this question yes the the official numbers that are occurring here just we'll try and keep you as focused as possible as we're getting through this movie before where a pilot is involved or you get to spend time in cockpit of a pilot transmissions that occur between air traffic control and the things that are done by voice where to to human beings are talking to each other but a lot of other at varying places throughout the world as an plane is flying over certain areas impor- up to Beijing there are several places they're going to go over Vietnam Vietnam air traffic control or whichever local air traffic controllers are there that was sent out to air traffic controllers Was this automated position six Malaysian time so that came that's what thirty twelve thirty five twist or anything it's sort of the Meta data of the flight how much six thousand six hundred pounds a gas we're we're ready to go we're we're doing the right thing image shaw acknowledges the transition from the Kuala Lumpur radar to the Ho- of a handshake or a pass off so that despite no longer Jordan later on in the story because there's a very specific thing you have to do with traffic controllers it just so the crew is expected to signal air traffic control contact was lost interesting part about that last in three seven zero contact Ho Chee Men one-to-zero decimal nine good night transmission is normal he didn't say anything you know like the elder Gods rise the we just have to understand few basic things radar relies on secondary radar secondary radar needs a transponder signal is transmitted an altitude a few seconds after m h three seventy crosses at least as far as Malaysian air traffic control can see and then an radar and that's that time occurs sets around one twenty one thirty nine transponder to stand by which is like I'm trying to imagine what an equivalent loan right you've got let's say it's a Google home speaker in your phone the phone the other in this scenario it appears that somebody just turned the bluetooth transmitting yeah exactly the people in the aircraft various means to no avail the captain of another aircraft attempted trying to reach them to relate what air traffic control in Vietnam was communication but he only heard mumbling and static in that right there could get into at two thirty nine am and seven thirteen am as the search is acknowledged that received it but it was an automated acknowledgment it was seen contact but if we're jumping to you know the plane was supposed to be Asian again and something on that plane is still responding that means it's it's functioning military radar shows flight three seventy turning warning military radar shows flight three seventy at thirty five thousand seven eighteen am which is believed to be the time around the time when the plane ran league disappeared so what happened we'll tell you and begged his mom to let him stay on the ice by some nights he even slept in his I heard how GEICO proud partner of NHL good save money on car insurance so he switched the days weeks months years following the disappearance of the flight numerous Matt which which way do you want to go with this let's start with some of the most plausible stuff that's out we know a little more information specifically what we mentioned right before the break the military or at least the they went off course right we talked about that north and then took a left turn somehow that's what we know so double the idea that somehow the people responsible for flying this plane to the brain and then what happens it describes what happens in the brain spend maybe you can probably you could probably explain this a little better than I but the thinning of air ear to be able to breathe correctly and when you're flying in a plane if only take a few seconds before you would begin to experience hypoglycemia and feet in the air so the air you're breathing inside the cabin is they call and disoriented they wouldn't have been able to make good decisions or at least decisions that were thing even if the crew was unresponsive because the cabin depressurized they least stayed on that path northeast towards Beijing yes and the aircraft would crash very soon thereafter however this doesn't what do that or an auto pilot program would not do that hypoglycemia is known the gradual decompression of the cabinet occurred such that people last minute to do what they saw as a course correct that's the question Australian the evidence indicates this is the most plausible explanation a member of the crew possibly in a suicide attempt Shah was reported by his co workers and friends to be going through a period and in these courses background checks the police investigation of Zohari he made absolutely no plans after March eighth yeah that's warriors weirdly enough that's not as uncommon as any of us would probably like somebody deciding to take their own life along with two hundred plus others what shorts Tatas about the human experience is that humans are very it's not uncommon there's another example Germanwings flight nine five to five technology that helps inside hijackers carry off something like this the really impossible for crew members or passengers to break in and stop him also later set up at his house you know for me when I was playing it it was just on my home computer says that you would need to manipulate on a plane to make it function and coordinates of takeoff and landing right so talk about that already like we honestly don't know at all basically where this plane could have crashed it's insane but several of flying simulator right yeah according to New York magazine the F. B. I. The US and what's interesting about that that article which is through their intelligence or ed and then the projected flightpath of the actual plane in proof positive that Zahari himself took over the plane her there's no way he may have just been wanting to fly out towards Antarctica that for everybody because he's a pilot he might have just been practicing flying planes yeah rule out suicide based on an analysis of the cruise backgrounds hardy and we do have to we we have a couple of things we have to mention about those reports elderly days of the investigation partially because they did not want also did not want to reveal their military capabilities because if you allow trees and state actors and Vietnam will say Oh you you can info but the this this other report argues that nation it's the one you saw most mainstream U s media the problem is there's reporting to be from China like a terror group from China but it was it was johnny and passengers flying on fake German passports I wanna say until we actually find the majority of the wreckage there's no way to know it yeah and that has to do with the plane's autopilot system because after nine eleven so that air traffic controllers could take over basically in remote control the fly that plane he's that hijackers on the plane around the ground hijacked this auto pilot program in and there's a tech writer named Jeff Wise who said maybe maybe they flew the plane north to Kazahkstan but this doesn't this opt in named field McConnell real first name is field and he based semiconductor manufacturer named Free Scale and this is something some of us of her stealth capabilities so he's saying like it it didn't wreck I didn't know whether there was sand to it but but I thought okay well these are value subject matter experts to someone but does that make them a high value target if we were gaming it out that would be very helpful quote unquote aboard for to just be shot down and a lot of people said government somewhere possibly Malaysia possibly the US possibly China shot playing the thought at least and that he was shot down because it was perceived as a threat Shen that proposed there is not possible there Chris yeah that's a that's a red at theory yeah the only strong support it would have been in range done that's it of course he went to North Korea like hey maybe it was a black hole oh you mean don lemon room CNN broccoli not rebut also this hid behind that I and we put the burden of proof on the person that we're half hybrid alien who just has a real interest in like screwing Tinian half human hybrid and just generally hates people I'm just asking then nobody saw the plane again but nobody saw black hole again and we're just a quick little I'm there was a poll on CNN's website that I think has been deleted now elected by aliens time travelers or beings from another dimension there is no that particular poll believe that somehow aliens were involved right it was into dude as extraterrestrials board the plane and then take it to north hundreds of people went missing on that plane including the pilot and the first captain and one of it a little bit personally that is not to discount the tragedy that has occurred here yes and toll of Diego Garcia or that it was but we do know that some experts have claimed to out there within the Indian Ocean pieces one of the things like that you can actually match it up and say yes this came from this specific model and it called what really happened to Malaysia's missing airplane that is written Ah Williams does a great job of outlining there's a particular man that I the hunter I mean really he's he's been looking for pieces just happens to wash ashore and then they notify him yet to continue with the examples in reunion island are on reunion island two thousand fifteen that would make a total in her Madagascar there was a cabin interior panel found in June twenty seventeen rain on Mozambique there the stuff is out there it's being found one interesting engage but was doling it out slowly to to for the edge Lords online yeah I I would agree at least from and going travelling all over the world with people in particular there is a young dotted across the area there the whole point is released Gibson I mean you know however many months after the wreckage was found from and then if you find that route then maybe you can find the origins of where it actually and it's interesting because that would be my because now we're were several years past the events people the government of Malaysia wishes that of course this

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