32 Burst results for "Two Three Days"

How AJ Challenged COVID

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

00:55 sec | 8 months ago

How AJ Challenged COVID

"I laid in that bed and the stink and boy do you think when they pumped drugs into your mind God, this stuff that comes out of your body, I don't want to get too personal, but Jesus Christ, guys. It is demonic. It's demonic. That's why I wasn't shocked that I had these fever dreams and demonic dreams at certain times when my favorite couldn't they couldn't get my fever down from one O four one O three. My blood pressure was up about one 85. It was two, three days. It was really bad. And I knew I said to myself, and I even said that loud to COVID. Come on, motherfucker. We're here. You got me on my fucking back. Now, what are you gonna do? What the fuck are you gonna do? I'm not trying to act like I was mister bravery. I wasn't that way every minute. I crumbled a few times. I had, I woke up with wet pillows, tears staying tear stained cheeks, trust me.

Little Debbie (MM #3861)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 10 months ago

Little Debbie (MM #3861)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason. The Internet has been buzzing the last couple of two three days because the folks who make little Debbie snack cakes have announced they're going to be doing little Debbie ice cream this Christmas, an exclusive deal with Walmart that's kind of the taste of their Christmas tree cakes or whatever they are. As much as I love snack cakes, I always grew up as a hostess kid and didn't really enjoy little Debbie's didn't even see little Debbie's until probably the early to mid 80s when I was going to college in southwest Virginia. Now they've been nationwide and they've been around most of my life, but I didn't really notice them until then. My favorites probably the zebra cakes. I think they're the ones I eat the most if I do eat them. My wife, I think she may have nutty buddies in the house right now and she likes the Swiss cakes and doesn't mind the zebra cakes, and while I've had the Christmas tree cakes, they pretty much all taste the same to me. But the ice cream is making people crazy. Thought? Gonna try it. Gonna see if I can find a pint at Walmart when they start selling it. It's going to be a limited time run. It's going to be something that people are going to be looking for. The look out for, if you really care, little Debbie ice cream, who would have thought people would care that much?

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Little Debbie (MM #3861)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 10 months ago

Little Debbie (MM #3861)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason. The Internet has been buzzing the last couple of two three days because the folks who make little Debbie snack cakes have announced they're going to be doing little Debbie ice cream this Christmas, an exclusive deal with Walmart that's kind of the taste of their Christmas tree cakes or whatever they are. As much as I love snack cakes, I always grew up as a hostess kid and didn't really enjoy little Debbie's didn't even see little Debbie's until probably the early to mid 80s when I was going to college in southwest Virginia. Now they've been nationwide and they've been around most of my life, but I didn't really notice them until then. My favorites probably the zebra cakes. I think they're the ones I eat the most if I do eat them. My wife, I think she may have nutty buddies in the house right now and she likes the Swiss cakes and doesn't mind the zebra cakes, and while I've had the Christmas tree cakes, they pretty much all taste the same to me. But the ice cream is making people crazy. Thought? Gonna try it. Gonna see if I can find a pint at Walmart when they start selling it. It's going to be a limited time run. It's going to be something that people are going to be looking for. The look out for, if you really care, little Debbie ice cream, who would have thought people would care that much?

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Suddenly, the Brisbane outbreak looks a lot more worrying

Coronacast

01:41 min | 1 year ago

Suddenly, the Brisbane outbreak looks a lot more worrying

"Here in brisbane. At least nome. I mean snap. Three-day looked down which actively contradicts the headline that we had on yesterday's podcast episode. Does how does it feel. It's really weird to be back where we were coming into east last year like they've even close schools. My kids are going to be at high over the next few days coming into look and honestly a very selfishly considering what the rest of the world is dealing with. I really kinda thought we would have had this leaked by now like it's been more than a year. We've got vaccines like when are we actually gonna say them getting to the stage where we don't need to have a lock down because we're we're well covered by vaccination. Here's some people are saying. Well there be a lockdown or should they have done it earlier and the public opinion swings around a lot on this. And let's just take the the arguments for and against so. Let's just take yesterday's discussion just to justify ourselves in our existence. there's a good contact tracing system. They seem to be on top of it although there was this long gap between the medical registered getting of the princess alexandra and these new cases emerging so that's a lot of potential there for this to spread the did seem to be getting onto the didn't seem to be many cases and then what happened. What happened yesterday and it's unclear. What would have happened by the time. You're listening to this podcast. Krona cast war has emerged but it was just looking a little bit wild yesterday. Where you've got people who moved into new south wales who'd gone up to gladstone. Not being quite sure haven't tied down what has happened in terms of context context moving forward and therefore the logical thing to do was in fact just to lock down for two three days to contact. Tracers can chop hard. Though that

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Frailty Is A Thing?

Fading Memories: Alzheimer's Caregiver Support

05:33 min | 1 year ago

Frailty Is A Thing?

"I am excited today to introduced to you dr mucci. She has the coolest instagram page. That you're ever gonna wanna watch so her pages linked in the show notes and we are going to discuss. Frailty today which. Until i ran into her. I didn't even know an actual medical thing. So thank you for joining me. Have i so i just thought frailty meant you know i have a very good definition of frailty. I just thought it meant that you started losing the ability to move freely. And then you've told me that there's actual stages and it's a medical thing so why don't you start by telling everybody what frailty actually is to a medical doctor a right. Thank you very much for the kind introduction jets and so frankly is very commonly used announced a families look after all people and they just say oh mommy's a bit freia and she's slowed down a little bit out. Of course they chum failty in medical world as means completely different thing and their definition official definition knees highly if they reduce physiological reserves allocco physiological reserves. This means and why is it important to understand while this happens. As a result of amalgamation wolf three major factors as a result of aging process amalgamated with age related diseases we accumulate over the life span as less side effects of medications. Let me give you an example. What this means. So recent example for my clinical practice beatrice is ninety two year old lady. She's quite fit. Well lead independently. She before the lockdown. Actually it was running classes in a swimming pool oval senior citizens so very engaged with her community and leaving a beautiful life with quote a good quality of life however decreases ninety two and in the lost two three years. Should he'd have a few medical problems into stroke clinic with couple of meanest strobes diagnoses on. Jain ah should also has a little bit okay. High blood pressure. Some kidney disease muggle problems. None of them are actually bad enough to impact on. Have day to day functioning. She takes madison's will. These conditions is on block thin as full day mini strokes or cholesterol tablets. So she's functioning will and then one day should develops really a bad kid named action or you're north talked infection and it was bad enough for her to be a stylized in hospital and what happened. She became very confused. Deal various and rather than spending just two three days in hospital For intravenous antibiotics shea had two weeks admission in hospital because have confusion was resolving and of course what happens told their doubts if they spend a lot of time in in bed completely condition muscles wasted away by them. Homeless admission is keen swimmer. Could not stand to go into a rehabilitation facility and it was good two months before she actually returned home and she was not back to normal cell sure required carrozza assistance required Family to help. And that's what frailities. It's their amalgamation. She did not know that. Race frail have family did not understand why mom sophie to while swimming the day before teaching her class next day hunterston agen and actually swearing which Merited before in. How confused state why this will happen into. It was very traumatic for the families. And that's what i said. I explained frame because of course as a result of a previous mini strokes should have reduced brain reserves and urinary infection. Eat infection there are toxins in the body which up poisoning the brain. Now in you. And i we might not have a major program but had strokes if so bring presents lou and should develop a confusion shays ninety two age related changes to the boogie moss and muscles. Do you know on net. After the age of fifty we use about one to two percent muscle mass every year. So just imagine when you come to ninety two remember. She's actually switch. It wasn't bad But you can't go against the nature so there you go mini strokes causing reduced brain reserves. Shays ninety two year old with reduction in her muscle mass spending two weeks hostile bat eligible kidney problem on the background and of course urinary tract infection led to deterioration that and have completed different individual at the

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COVID-19 pandemic in Guernsey

The Economist: Babbage

05:05 min | 1 year ago

COVID-19 pandemic in Guernsey

"Between britain and france were both struggling to contain covid nineteen live channel islets smaller islands. Like alternate herman sark have not had any cases of covid nineteen at all. They're part of what's called the region or bailiwick of guernsey one of the two main channel. Islands the bailiwicks population is just over. Sixty five thousand since one nineteen emerged it has only had three hundred and one cases and just thirteen deaths but the essential point is this since the first wave last spring it basically eliminated the virus. So how did it achieve this. Dr nikola bring and the director of public health for the island's dr bring my first question is how did you spend your new year's eve so i did a combination of two things is i worked but my children also had a party hold on a second women a party. People from outside the household came into the household. Explain this concept to me. What happened absolutely so we have absolutely no internal restrictions in guns talking home. We have no compulsory mask wearing. We can gather an unlimited sizes. We over the summer had a festivals we had. I think the only pride celebration hemisphere towards christmas carol services. We've had large gatherings switching on our christmas lights. Huge christmas day swim. We literally thousands of people. We've done that by. Suppressing the replication of the virus on island. So we don't have any community transmission of sauce coffee to the virus that causes covid. Nineteen at all in ganzi. How did you get to that point. You took a different approach than the mainland of britain so we looked at what was happening in early january and i was concerned that this virus had pandemic potential to me. It was transmitting too easily. And i felt that this was a forest that we needed to watch very carefully so we decided at that stage to go through community test track phrase program so in january through february we trained contact tracers and we started looking at developing our own on ireland testing capacity. We look to have a turnaround time from swab test result by sydney under twelve hours. And we'll start contact tracing within an hour of getting a positive result seven days a week. Twenty four hours a day and so by the time we got our first case on the ninth of march in ghanzi. We were ready and waiting with a fully trained. Contact tracing team and winton to lock down on the twenty fifth of march. And the reason why we went into lockdown was really threefold. We hadn't quite developed our own on testing capacity who actually sending samples to the uk for testing so we were waiting about two three days because of all the transport to get that result we were getting intelligence at that stage that there was something going on in the community from primary care colleagues from jesse department colleagues and we had our first unexplained case of community seating so that was the first time we had a case that we could not link to travel onto the island or contact with a known case and we went into lockdown on the twenty fifth and ten to fourteen days later we absolutely flattened the curve and we then reached the stage. We were actually virus free. We came out of locked on on the twentieth of shoe route through to absolutely no on ireland restrictions whatsoever but we have retained border restrictions. The strategy that you took is the elimination strategy which is different than elsewhere particularly in the mainland britain. What is the elimination strategy. How would you sum that up. So our aim was to suppress the virus to a level that it didn't impact on our health care services. We actually exceeded what we want to do. And we're able to eliminate stop community transmission of the virus now. The advantage of that for us is that we've been able to open up on tunnel economy over the summer and indeed into christmas are restaurants have been full. People aren't about they've been shopping. So that's been extremely helpful but also from a point of view of of looking at people's mental health and wellbeing is able to be asked about people will able to visit their family owned and

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LINK Hits $20 - Bitcoin Consolidates

The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast

05:26 min | 2 years ago

LINK Hits $20 - Bitcoin Consolidates

"Get everybody got a fantastic way Kendall. Tell you that mine who? What cracker was my way can Jeez away what did it start with a? Tell you what started Started with me getting up on Sunday morning star Friday afternoon bought myself a new rod spilled up real new fishing line. Good Bride Basaltic salt is tacoma sauce real went down Saturday morning twenty two silent top water using re politic absolute mayhem fifteen fishing lure at the same time back in the afternoon. While thirty fish in a day. Old Guy Swimming well mouth who know how old good well on crack yes. Thank you very much. I. Appreciate that sounds good weekend. Good Way and last week trading losses pretty slow until about fraud I. GotTa be honest. I liked there wasn't that many opportunities fraud I came through though and I'll tell you what it was a the Ripa might a good good wedge out of that. What are we get? Well for me I got lend, which is I I a lend. In what did I get? That is a twelve hour Kreider. Anyway, I've locked in profits about full four, five to one, which is nice. I also put a coal in my community. Now, coal payables I wanna make that very clear I'm like dude, just up -tunities and you make decisions based on your understanding of those strategies just checklist right? So anyone who's in that grape might slack community. What they do is they get some they get access to May showing them opportunities die make their mind up very rarely to attain exactly what ongoing sometimes. It's usually slip noble non-intention. They they took that try let me just tell you the rewards refresher upper upper chine. God knows where does like couldn't care less to be absolutely honest with you after China let's talk about what it did. Currently it's what's the rule would risk their three point six, two full. I was up around that sort of six to one. But still prophets locked in stops and moved another profitable tried the other one. I think I spoke to you guys about this. I definitely put on free content on Youtube was a day cradle on Bonnets It's also hit one to one. Another profit. So it was like Bang, Bang Bang Bang profit profit profit profit just smacked him quickly on fraud. I. Went fishing, it's been a cracker of awake. All happening at the end that's why I've got to be patients. So you go to show need to look at tight and tried to will go tight the good ones now speaking to bitcoin let's go and have a little chat about what's going on there because las wait we did close. We closed up two percent. We close the wake at eleven thousand, nine, twenty, six. What are they knauss above twelve economy everything. If we saw pulled out, he would be in panic mode. Absolutely no, you know pull by ten grand for little cradle. I'm not weekly would be absolutely superb. The daily right now is consoled consolidation with Jai Alai's the I highlight was at quick pump. Sorry. Quick dump off the run up towards twelve. Twelve. We came off that that big had ten, thousand, six, fifty then got another high alert is coming. That was on the of August now that low is eleven thousand, one, hundred, twenty, six, we've jumped a better grind or so. What we've got is we also has law harsh potentially. So we are building we're consolidating starting taught not the volatility of each of these daily candles on Bitcoin has eased. If we look at it from Las Ford is we had at one point six. Percent That's Today's down point two, three days three point, seven up point full yesterday a bad loss way closer the volatility has started to slow down a little bit and that's why the opportunities been coming out familiar with my trading. So with that slowdown of. Volatility and with the mock console adding a little bit, we could say they. Move Higher if it breaks high if it moves lovable could see that weekly pool back. It's just you know it's one of those times we go the way it does look we'll bullish and Barreto that boss it's about being patient knowing what you're looking for reading the market needs to be read and just taking Tom you know eleven thousand forty forty-five right now down point seven tonight. A theory in Las, week and other great wake up eleven percent. It's pretty extended guys. It's had a great run but this crypto. So extension, Smith mentioned not even know what that means. But a daily divergent stay Look it's in Trevor Divergence is very extended on the weekly on Kane. On the theory moving I've also hold a wedge it's a four, twenty, eight, I taint since down one point four percent tonight will be just hanging out see what goes on from here. Yesterday's candle did close a bullish point two percent, but it's the projection of those lawyers, which is right around four eleven that region. So we'll have to wait and see if he break the high of yesterday's candle today them. Yes there really leg up another notch. Excel pay thirty cents on the dangling. It hits thirty point eight, which is now three tests over resistance league actually draw flat level in. A could be bitcoin breakout for lighter with a little basic they're out to get through. was saying here in exile as a potential trades around that thirty point nine sent mock white and see what goes on the weekly lost weight did it'll get moved was up five point nine, percent coal six percent. Of course, it has had a pretty good run of life will have to wait and see what goes on here but some. Yet the mind I'm just watching that flat level with down one point six percent from the today two thousand of the market

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20 Minutes About Hacking Your Metabolism

20 Minute Fitness

05:35 min | 2 years ago

20 Minutes About Hacking Your Metabolism

"Why don't you introduce yourself and told our listeners a bit about yourself as far as human benchmarking for having very happy to. Peter. So lady bid about the let's start with lumine what he doesn't. Actually do so with built is probably the first real time feedback on attrition. So to think about what you have in terms of solutions to help you manage fishing today, you have diets have nutritionists and you have a lot of. Online and you have several tools to help you understand your microbiome and so forth. But in a way, there is no real feedback loop that can help you on a daily basis reflects in see what you've been doing well in what you haven't been doing well to change your nutrition to support your healthy metabolism, which is actually lumens. Go Rhino, we developed tool. Looks, in basically analyzed the CO two in your breath and by doing that, it assesses whether your body is currently using facts or fuel or cards for Jill. It's a different paradigm batteries. It's basically understanding. Okay. Are Calories being burned but what is the fuel source is actually feeding? Those was calories that you're burning whether when you're working outdoor, not just to live. Driver body and based on that metric by picking on a daily basis, you breathe into the device you see what's happening take a lot of father data points that the that we get if it's from integrations to Google fake help kids. And other devices and we provide you with a daily personality advance. So it really tells you how many macro issue should be having. We focus mainly on carbs. What is your capacity to absorb carbs in the right way today how many carbs you should be eating, and once you follow that plan and you come the morning after and you take a measurement you see that you manage to start to make make a change you wanna see body burning fats in the morning. So this is kind. Of a not in a nutshell how would somebody's metabolism differ from one another? Like do we metabolize cops differently? So there are many many differences between people but generally sticking a healthy body image, polically flexible body will wake up using fats mainly for fuel because assuming you haven't been eating for the past six hours, you've been fast six seven hours because you've been sleeping your body. That's night time is the time for the body to make that transition to fat-burner and so if you're waking up. On Burn probably means that you've been eating well, not too much in the past few days probably enough carbs that again, not to launch in the past two, three days sleeping well also gets your body to do that transition lack of stress and vice versa. So if you're not sleeping where you ate very late at night, she break alcohol or you blocked her body ability to do that switch to fat burning because alcohol anthrax allies in deliver in. So all all the fun stuff in life but. The that are damaging stressing to your body will get you to wake up on carbon. You'll morning, which is something you want to be fixing. Yeah. Of course, particularly bad metabolism are completely inhibiting actually your metabolism Wyatt's by livers forcing alcohol exactly at the body treats alcohol as poison base. Yeah. I'd. So it will I tend to that than metabolize alcohol, and this will have to process will happen in the liver, but the liver is also crucial for fat metabolism right so produce energy from fats. That's. That's where you need your liver to functioning right and so I kind of have a good idea when a wake up. Okay. Did I have too many cops maybe the night before or like some other bad behaviors maybe not enough sleep. What about throughout the day like what kind of can I expect like after having had lunch for example, right? So so swimming, let's say that your lunch with. Rich with carbs you should. You would see a spike in shift towards CARB USAGE which is okay. That the insulin is secreted the sugar gets into your blood and from the blood to the cells themselves, your cells will be using sugar. So so it's not just something we measure after after meals we offer are used to measure APPs for meals to see their metabolism is flexible. So candidate make that shift from fat burn to two cards, but still also different opportunities different. Than moments during the day that you can actually that metric can be also super insightful. So if you want to see if you're you're ready for specific a high intensity workouts you have planned. So so understanding if your body is using fat cards at the moment, because your life is in stores are full or because he just ate today or your post meal that's where you. WanNa see your body on carbon before an intense workout after workout, you can also see that shift to fat burn if that was learn again. So there are more opportunities to to take measurements you can. You can assess your fasting regiment. So basically, you're doing time restricted eating or any type of intermittent fasting the body can get into the Baltic stress in that process, right? Some kinds your body is not efficient. It's not the more you fast necessarily the better in. So we help people identify the point where they're they're fasting is not really efficient. Any more because everybody is now releasing like agenda shifting to burn even if they are not really, they haven't eaten anything. So that's another opportunity in another point in time where that metric be super insightful people.

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"two three days" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"two three days" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Two three day all right let's get a little news from your neighborhood Albert Parnell joins us now what do you have for us this is coming out of Colusa county sun Herald so schools the county's unemployment rate rose to twenty six point three percent in April and it was already a twenty three point five percent for the month of March so it went up three percent okay how long time hand that's high up the tie everywhere you know everywhere USA today headline this morning Arizona's Corbin nineteen spread is alarming action needed according to experts it's spreading like crazy in Arizona yeah they put their their hospitals on on alert today said intensive care units are starting to fill up well that's not good news and you wonder what that's is that just more people getting out and about is it I protest is that he's in testing is that testing adults have more people that have been tested and then when you talk about test you've got the you know the the the naked the positives that aren't positive and you know are they accurate and there's a whole life what chatter on a parent forums a Facebook in particular but I'm sure it's happening other places as well local parents who have a kids are in sports and they want to know what's going on yeah other kids going to be able to get back on the field there's a lot of pressure on schools to get kids back playing again what if you've got a kid who's a great athlete you're looking at potentially a scholarship right right and you want you want that athlete to play I know and if you're a disturbed says no we're not doing it would you move to another district or what if you have a district who says well we don't know what number you do or would use an address in that district yeah right now we're gonna talk about all of those Medicare joins us in three minutes continuous twenty four.

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"two three days" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"two three days" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"And so then I would just go round I mean maybe two three days a week or something if it was possible and three days and sometimes we can sing and just get the experience and I was dreadful I don't think so I think you know in it without interjecting without I understand what you're saying but you obviously were dreadful obviously you've been influenced first of all people had to be seen Jesus kit is good looking what a good looking kid he's got talent let's let's find help him find a niche who was your musical influence at that time yeah sure senator Frankie Laine the mills brothers the moment me to inspire us yeah all those in Perry Como I mean all those guys were great and was mainly Sinatra and that was I mean you don't you listen to these these incredible incredibly talented people can you just get inspired it was like people say to me you did on movies with the social social and how was it I said when you're working with someone who's better than you think tennis you know always played the game or do something with someone better than you because then you try to come up to the stand you learn in your learning this is a learning process you can find someone lesser than usual how how did you go from what was the first really major step for you I mean besides no you got the background you use you've been in the music dabbling in music he went to Stella Adler to study acting he had the photos taken now you get you mention cells naked so what was the first turning point for you when you step on my gosh this really is going to be my career well the major turning point was when George the only pictures and had it ready we have room was that as I mentioned Mr telegraph and in the office at the time this is George Sidney the director of.

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"two three days" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

03:08 min | 2 years ago

"two three days" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"My legs and back for two three days I'm sorry baby she was shocked she just stared at me I crawled over I said currently the way out here and she did that I crawled on my knees they want her name I don't know I really don't know what I'd love to publicize it on there I'd love to find out who it was just like I would call up the the the the home and give them a piece of piece of my mind I don't think they'll die don't think you'll be looking forward to my phone call the net now I'm serious I'm I'm making the call I make and I'm making the call on Monday morning I don't know what the name implies for anybody else on a call and complain about the weather treat in our our lady Lynette Florence park care on route eighteen is where she is and that the numbers easily accessible so I hope other people will join with me and I know we have a lot of a lot of lady Lynette fans so Florence Florence park care route eighteen and didn't talk talk about Patricia Owens Friedman she's receiving their okay you don't want us to do that are you afraid of retribution was he got a bunch of nerds ratchets their it happened because that power is gonna happen and she brought me my wheelchair activists said management of Malaysia's fetal position yeah I I I get the whole I'm I'm picturing it all and it's it's an ugly picture Lynette LA he said he walked over here yesterday shop for people who think they know me they don't know me especially when you specifically ask them to do something that's essential to your care come out said yeah photograph I am reaching out because share that one maybe four feet away from me then she couldn't she couldn't come in there and push the wheelchair the forty three thank you there chairlift keen asset Harry Harry Harry she said R. U. B. R. I. T. T. the good yesterday I I'm I'm I'm not I'm not happy with that but it's good to hear your voice here I get that right they are if they come from British Columbia and then the other lady I forget her name already thanks to that effect thank you both of my cards a lot of people love you Lynette including me all right take care of them we'll talk today from Harrison next an old radio Rick coming up on seven hundred WLW.

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COVID-19 Q & A

In The Thick

06:42 min | 2 years ago

COVID-19 Q & A

"You guys. This is such a treat his. You'll know our all star. Washer hot a leak you know. He's like with us from the beginning. Right you guys know that. He's like contributing op ED writer. He's a CNN commentator. It's a big deal to have him calling us from his car. So welcome wash minivan respect and the Dad Boston okay. Here's the amazing thing dear listener. We are joined by his wife. She's a brilliant physician. Her name is Dr Sarah. She's a physician at Georgetown Family Medicine. And Hey you're married to watch you've done this for a while you're the euro. Welcome to the doctor. I thank you so much for having me and I'm calling from the cars. Yes so watches in the fan in our driveway. And I'm in the car in the driveway and they're watching the children from six feet away. This is about as social distancing as you can get this is the most socially responsible podcast in the world amazing amazing and I just love. What was just told me that he wants to do which is to wrap me up in bubble wrap so that. I stay healthy. Thank God I am healthy. In fact I just tweeted out today. I was just like how I'm going to be grateful for having a roof over my head husband. Who LOVES ME? My kids at home. home job. So we're GONNA start podcast on a note of gratitude and I'm just so thankful that was and Sarah are joining. Hulu me because this is a big deal. It's our first time to have a married couple. It's also our first time living through a pandemic so here we are. We're surviving there are now over three hundred thousand cases worldwide with over thirty five thousand Kovic in nineteen cases in the United States making this the country with the third most cases after China and Italy. We're actually just eleven days behind Italy in terms of trajectory. So keep that in. Mind as you guys know. It's putting such a strain on our healthcare system The CDC is telling healthcare workers to improvise when they have a shortage of masks. What we have several states multiple states that have you know basically placed some form of shelter in place or lockdown protocol. I have to say I'm surprised that not all fifty have done it so Sunday night. The president of the United States his name is president trump. You know he said this and it was really it was really It was a moment because he said that the National Guard is going to be deployed to New York California and Washington State. That made a lot of people of color really uncomfortable. Yeah and then also on Tuesday the Prime Minister of Japan. Avi Shinzo he said. The International Olympic Committee will postpone the Summer Olympics. They were supposed to be held in Tokyo this summer. Now they'll take place no later than summer of twenty twenty one so I just want to back up for a moment to understand. And we're we're laughing through this because we're we're releasing and because we're with people care about right now on this past but Every single day it's just like Oh my God. No joke like no joke. How serious diseases and why? We should have taken these measures back in February but Sarah Update us. What what we've learned so far about cove in nineteen you know. I just have to agree with you. I've just say we are already weeks late and doing everything. Normally when you're late to do things it's like. Oh the toll measured in something. That might not be that relevant right now. The the tragedies toes measured in lives loss. So every day that there's a misstep or delay it's going to be measured and more lives lost absolutely horrifying so where we're at right now. I mean at least in the US like you said we actually don't even know the two cases. Those are reported cases when you don't know the real official number because we've been under testing and we haven't been testing and we haven't been tracing and just like the World Health Organization said it took a think about sixty seventy s from the first reported case to reach the first one hundred thousand cases and then after that it took just eleven to reach the second one hundred thousand cases and then just four days to reach a third one hundred thousand cases so this is a horrible buyers exponentially affecting people all over. So this is scary and we are not overreacting or under reacting and as public health professionals. We always say if we do our job right then. People will say that we overreacted. And that's okay because then that means we're all okay but unfortunately that's not the case right now so sir one of the things that we did for this show because we have a real community of people who listen to us right so we're familiar even though we're not touching each other the ask our our listeners to send questions and one of our listeners on twitter reverberate wire asked if it is spreading through for example gas pumps and how long it lasts on surfaces. I mean sometimes when you're seeing this information it's its terrifying how long the virus can last on different surfaces. What do we know is is fact about this question? So we're always finding out new information. This is a new virus. Things are always changing but what we know as of now is it's highly effective so are not is the rate of infectivity of any virus and if it's greater than one then that means the virus is going to keep spreading and if it's less than one that means you're gonNA see decrease in number infections And when it's greater than one what that means is so far the SARS coronavirus two are not is. It's around three so for every one person infected you're likely in fact three other people And this is without without social distancing and all those measures so one of the reasons it's so infectious again. The flu is like one one point five so this is almost doubled infectivity rate of the flu. 'em Is because it does last on surfaces right now. What we're finding is akin lost on cardboard boxes or paper for anywhere up to twenty four hours and it can last on plastic or steel for two three days. Whoa WHOA Yikes. Yeah I want to say based on what I've been reading. The literature shows that that's not the highest rate of transmission can get transmitted that way but the highest rate is droplets through a person to person contact. And there's a small number fecal oral also ooh K. All right good to

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Vic Syracuse Homebuilt Aircraft Council Chairman discusses the 2020 EAA/FAA Recreational Aviation Summit

EAA's The Green Dot - An Aviation Podcast

06:57 min | 2 years ago

Vic Syracuse Homebuilt Aircraft Council Chairman discusses the 2020 EAA/FAA Recreational Aviation Summit

"Don't you tell me a little bit more about What goes on in the summit victim. Tell us about what? Your role is so One I'm just honored to be there. A nice time. Didn't accused me of making the meeting any longer than it needed to be so. Thanks Tom. Absolutely the exciting thing is that I see over past three or four years this absolute willingness for the FAA to listen to the EA leadership to him on on very important things that are affecting our membership things right down to operating limitations for amateur built airplanes at top of mind for our members out there these days and actually work with the people that Right those up and allow us to do input and make changes. It does seem to me to be to be powerful and is it. Would you both say it's unusual That that we're we're sort of able to to get the FAA to come to us and sit down and have these These face to face meetings. It seems like when you consider a typical Something more akin to a lobbying scenario. Think while you go to Washington and the Obama the doors till somebody listens but they come here and sit down. Sit Down with us for two three days and the fact that they come here when it's eight degrees outside on purpose so that they can so that there are other bosses. Can't say that they're on some kind of junket you know to Vegas or something but But how I think One of one of the strengths. Ca Has the other alphabet organizations. Do a ton of of really great work and they're in DC Obviously base there on a regular basis and and we do have representation there ourselves with Doug McNair But one of a uniqueness that is our strength that he a is that we're not in DC. Were here in Oshkosh. Which means that when we want to have one of these kind of touch points. They come onto our turf meetings. It really is kind of an event And it's done in kind of this. This concentrated way of day and a half meeting where they hop on flights and come into To Wisconsin in February. We put together a full day. And a half agenda with you. Know with briefing papers in a in a fully. We work on this for months in advance. Getting getting all this ready and then we also have all of the All of the the leads in the same room so it doesn't matter if we're talking about airport policy or for talking about flight safety or for talking about Operating limitations for amateur built aircraft. Everybody whether they have a hand in it or not is around. The table offering their views on it. And particularly for the interdisciplinary topics. You know things like mosaic giant rulemaking project. It's great to you. Know not necessarily be in the office of one particular department but have those folks come to us and in all bear on the conference. Table Now vic. We're looking BACK SUMMIT AS WE'RE RECORDING. His has just concluded correct. We've just wrapped up Vick. Was there you mentioned operating limitations? Were were there any other particular. Highlights this at this year for you. Yeah the NEAT thing about the last day and a half as Tom said we've got the real people here who can actually listen and then say yeah. We can change that as opposed to thank you for your input. We're GONNA go back and see what can be done and that ranged everywhere from talking about grass field operations which was kind of a minor knit all the way up to future policies. That may be coming out in the next four or five years at are actually going to change you know. Have a real good impact. I think very positively on amateur built aviation so it's everything from fixing things to policy making out in the future and we've got the leadership of both sides in the room a green on. What's going to happen? That really is it really is terrific and I You know when you go back through our magazine Archives Or you think back I personally think about conversations with Paul Right when I started here. when he founded the organization That was that was a core philosophy from the beginning is is you know. We're not gonNA just sit here and fold our arms and you know and grouse about the bureaucrats in Oklahoma City. You know we're going to figure out how to work with them and how to educate them And you know I certainly. We don't get every single thing we want but but we've had some. We've had some enjoyable successes over the years and I think I think members should be proud of the strong working relationship that we have with the FAA. Yea I I I would add just a little bit to that. How and you're dead on. I call it. I've actually When I speak to the Holmdale Council and even family members and fellow pilots when I go back the collaborative atmosphere. Yeah that is in this room and all the meetings that I've had the honor of participation with is totally different than most pilots perception of the FAA chur. I mean they are there to actually they have the same objective that we have in mind in that to Promote aviation not figure out a way to stifle it and there aren't any US in they conversations in in this room this meeting ever the first time I was there. It was amazing to me and it just keeps repeating year after year and actually we do it twice a year and they always take things back and act upon them and come back and tell us why they can't as you know We do. Have we do report to a congress and but most of the time in jail we we can fix this or we can change. That is very very collaborative. This is our fourteenth winter summit this year. So you know There every year we get high level executives. I mean literally somebody who reports to somebody who reports to the FAA administrator You know that's that's the level of executives that were getting at these meetings. I mean these are people who don't just have oversight of General Aviation. They have oversight of Commercial Aviation which is obviously a Not The not the most comfortable assignment right now at the seventy seven Max issues going on in other things And they take the time to come to Oshkosh again in February. When it's eight because they WANNA come here come here. They want to To do positive things for general aviation and hear what the stakeholders have to say So I think it's As as my boss Sean says always says it's ours to lose you know we. We have to continually Present a productive agenda for them But we are of A. We're just very humbled by the By by the the willingness of these guys to to work with. Us So closely. It really is. That really is something remarkable and I it it does appear to be pretty Pretty Unique

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20 killed in violent clashes in India's capital

BBC World Service

03:50 min | 2 years ago

20 killed in violent clashes in India's capital

"Even though let's go to Indiana hospital authorities in Delhi have confirmed that twenty people have now been killed in the deadliest violence in the Indian capital for decades the clashes first broke out on Sunday between protest is in favor of a controversial new Indian citizenship law and those against it the violence has taken on religious overtones with Hindu and Muslim groups fighting each other the clashes have come during U. S. president Donald trump's first official visit to the country T. stat at satellites is from the citizens for justice and peace that's a human rights organization thank you for joining us here on Newsday what can you tell us about the violence that that that's going on there at the moment even as we speak he and the technician that he is not under control is beneficial it up to the night it should be used with a deadly police to check through to do its job what you're seeing in the daily in the national capital is a complete abdication of responsibility by the Delhi police it began as an insight for heat speech even more attacking peaceful protesters from the night of Sunday evening we have no idea why the whole ministry which is under the multi government which has to be at the police did not take adequate preventive measures did not stop them and got the Michelle from this insightful speech it was this kind of sloganeering BJP artistic forces attacked a dystopia we protested at jobs about it's close to the hotel is is a Hindu nationalist government of what many see a family I would call it talent nationalist and also benefit your words undermining the secular nature of India it senses around the citizenship amendment act it makes the act makes it easier for non Muslims from three neighboring Muslim dominated countries to gain Indian citizenship so it's seen as a move against Muslims you'll saying all all these protesters were doing was exercising their rights to free speech to say they were unhappy about this you're saying the police did nothing to protect them I'm saying that basically since December when he's gone to Washington extremely unconstitutional a man has been made into law and you don't hesitate to say this community that had been peaceful protests all over the country but beginning today you had at least fourteen locations and billion dollar China about that I think the forty protecting speaking of Felix since it is that's what I was going to be let in and one of the leading candidate scrappy Misha Sunderland dispensation leads them all in the debate make sure that these protests about the art out this this is ideological get it a fight that is not it is still going on right now but how I guess the question is with this many deaths happening how can us discuss and move on to a peaceful footing what needs to change that only you can only have a wonderful day if B. L. or minute she accepts responsibility I was in the army and I can get all these guys we had on the call given by may nineteen ninety three not acting fast enough yet our meeting cardinal Dr two thousand two three days too late if you don't understand why the army's not being called in Delhi police has lost six seats among the big three people have died you that actually stating the street leading into shopkeepers basically saying that it does this by the politicians techniques of doing the hosting issue but actually the people that you do not want this kind of politics if you think about politics yeah Michael body back to problems that you have frustrated BJP Addis's government is quite drafted by disputes with look at large you mostly lake amazingly broken the climate of fear that has been threatening to go get his twenty fourteen okay we will have to leave the system but do you think that you know we're going to have to leave the thank you for your time to stir a set of lads from citizens for justice

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"two three days" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

05:46 min | 2 years ago

"two three days" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Is like up in like the next two three days I was like knocked out as Alfa career he was with his at the Superbowl last week talking about this seventeen game regular season that the NFL wants and the way it stands right now big cat the NFL the NFLPA negotiating teams have reached a proposal is being presented the NFLPA for consideration it will include seventeen games in the regular season on a ten year CBA and it's they're getting more push back then I think they thought they were gonna get from NFLPA leadership get you negotiate with the league and then you have to sell it to your client and it's a complicated process because you've got an executive committee of what a player representatives and eventually a full vote of the union and they're having a hard time getting leadership to sign off on this CBA premised on seventeen games the players don't want it I think it's it's even less attractive to players in the month after a season ended maybe later in the offseason they'll feel better about seventeen because they will have forgotten how bad they hurt after sixteen what's your thought generally on seventeen I mean I feel like it's inevitable so I've accepted it and the fact the union is negotiating based on seventeen Hey if you don't want seventeen you Tellem from the get go which we're wasting our time talking about seventeen games they negotiated for a year I feel like it's inevitable do you want it to happen okay so explain three real quick if their seventeen game season they'll be two by is that correct no no the the structure would still be won by I had some people would like to buy that would push the Superbowl the president's day weekend but it would still be won by that's all I go for so I agree with the players when they say a seventeen game season like why are we adding another game it's already a long enough season give ME two buys and give me a Superbowl the president's day weekend I'm all in for that because what from from my perspective and this is the total fan perspective All I Want is to bridge the gap a little bit more between the Superbowl and March madness that's All I Want that's all I want I want there to be a few weeks between those two events as as possible so give me seventeen weeks give ME two buys let me watch week seventeen of the NFL season or week eighteen when everyone call no the week nineteen right with two bites when we watch that in January let me watch the playoffs starting mid January good get me all the way to the president's day weekend well now you have Monday off after the Superbowl everyone's problems are solved when the issue of seventeen games first emerged as the compromise between sixteen and eighteen last July Packer CEO mark Murphy spoke about it at the annual shareholders meeting for the Packers organization and I got Murphy on the phone after this all star to come out and he told me that the networks don't want to buys they did two buys in nineteen ninety three if you recall back when you were what eight years old eight years and it dilutes the schedule when you add that second by think about it you're taking more games out of every week think about what a nightmare would be for fantasy football with two bites for every team at all how many teams would be off in any given week I I know you don't care now like to scoff but a lot of people care a lot of people care about that so I think I think that logistically it makes I have well let's just add another week but you have another week by taking games away and you already lose those forty six teams every week during by season now you're going to make that even worse big cat Mike I've said this idea before I think you're the one who was like that's the craziest idea ever throw it out but also all do all repeat again due to buys and one of those weeks make it no football on that Sunday give everyone a reset day where they can you know be a good husband a good dad be a good wife whatever it may be give everyone that one day where they can sit down on a Sunday be like you know what almost see my family again football is family give me a reset day a reset week everyone's on a bite maybe throw some college football games on that Saturday give me that any solve everything I see okay moving to the Sunday I know I don't despise it I don't despise it it's like the mother's day for NASCAR they'll shut down on mother's day right you know what I give me give me the regular schedule right okay here's what I do here's what you do you give me the regular by schedule and in say the week of the season goes all in January fifteenth whatever maybe give me the Sunday closest to Christmas because those already bowl games so you can let the bowl games happen it's already you know family time your you want to spend time with your family not to want to watch the all the Saturday games on a game give me that one week off so everyone can go spend time with their family and then give me three weeks of football NFL football on the other side of Christmas to finish out the season I sold all the world's problems I may have hated it the last time around I don't hate at this time but I'll tell you what the audience on Twitter hates the idea of seventeen games I put the question out yesterday very simple do you want a seventeen game regular season yes or no more than fifty thousand votes in this story is talking about if you have it sixty two point two percent don't want seventeen games cool well I know did I vote no I didn't vote no on that somebody voted I didn't say you might go down yes I voted yes like you vote is already know somebody I think I think it has somebody had to vote yes or no to get the the final numbers I did not vote now because I think it's inevitable I've accepted it and with the union is going to negotiate on seventeen games they've accepted it.

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"two three days" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"two three days" Discussed on KGO 810

"Hold back the river cruise two three days of opening arguments have been delivered by the house democratic managers serving as prosecutors in president trump's impeachment trial congressman Adam Schiff argued that trump needs to be removed because he is a threat to all Americans he chose Rudy Giuliani over his own national security advisers when all of them were telling him this Ukraine two thousand sixteen stuff is cooking crazy Russian propaganda he chose not to believe them he chose to believe Rudy Giuliani chef went on to say that's what makes the president dangerous to us to our country meanwhile corresponding Kaitlyn Collins tells us that the president's personal attorney Rudy guiliani is up to on Friday he also knows that he's starting a podcast and some White House officials have been talking to about that have essentially world their eyes because that comes as the legal team is prepping for how they're going to respond to these opening statements that you're seeing laid out by Democrats with the death toll rising to at least twenty five in China from the corona virus the World Health Organization called an emergency meeting regarding its potentials to spread the World Health Organization says the Wuhan corona virus is not yet a public health emergency of international concern but it may yet become one meanwhile the U. S. centers for disease control prevention is raising its travel alert for the outbreak to a level three recommending people avoid all non essential travel to harm China the agency earlier this week said it expects to see more cases domestically announced plans to expand spring to airports in Atlanta and Chicago after starting in Los Angeles San Francisco and New York last week I'm Joe Ramsey to medic testimony and disgraced movie mogul Harvey Weinstein's rape trial came from sopranos actress Annabella secura she confronted wine stain from the witness stand testifying the former Hollywood studio boss over powered and.

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'Jedi: Fallen Order' Shows That a Good Star Wars Game Doesn't Have to Be Original

Game Scoop!

06:30 min | 2 years ago

'Jedi: Fallen Order' Shows That a Good Star Wars Game Doesn't Have to Be Original

"Talk about what might be my favorite game of the whole year star Star Wars Jedi fallen. I haven't walked back. He came in two three days ago and so game of the year hasn't finished it so he says journalist so I played it for about a week now and who ooh I love it David. Lexus Game Tomb Raider. It is a lot like tomb. Raider little uncharted and then apparently a little dark souls. But I wouldn't know. Oh will you like Neil and save at points so yes that's right yeah so it is very tomb raider but but I think it controls like more like an action game which looks kind of goofy over the shoulder and you're watching somebody play still bouncing around like an idiot but it makes sense for doing that but I also downs around like and and it's also because the only time you've watched well watched other people. Maybe yeah well mainly combat the Jevon driven around like an idiot probably okay Salmon Tina. You're both playing just. Nasim played it yet to hear how RPG like it is uh-huh this say it's very RPG. Excited I don't mean to derail I had heard was that has a really big really involved skill tree which I didn't know it has the skill tree that pretty much every game released. Okay this Asan's creed got it it's less RPG as isis greenhouse so it's like everything is RPG like in some way so it falls on the RPG scale somewhere. Yeah these are the distinctions. We need to make before twenty question. No that's one of the greatest things about it has all of these like little elements five different games and different genres and kind of come together in a cohesive way so excited it should decorate. Yeah we're actually recording this before a review goes up Dan Is Handling Review. I I don't know what's so I don't know what score is GonNa come down on but I know he's very very high on he's bullish on one thing I like about The the combat so far has been frustrating. Although I know you solve it when we were the three demo and you've got through a bunch of the stuff but right now it's like I'll have a group of enemies around me and it's actually like tough enough that I'm dying a lot. And I've had moments in Batman Arkham asylum. It like that but what I like about it is that while I'm doing that you are constantly deflecting shots being shot at you from faraway really really fun and I know so. It's because like the lasers are slower than bullets which is like the stupidest thing like me a human see the blazers. It's coming at me. I feel like really cool like doing it. But if that was really how lasers work that I could probably do that. They just slowing it down the human you but the jet I you in the game actually sees it much whole games running et exactly the just showing you what a Great Lakes game design challenge feel like lasers but be slow to deflect all the other game design challenge too. Is You have a lightsaber. That should be able to push through most anything but there's like really big pots into but other ones. Okay no the really big ones. You can't do all you can't through any walls and the game either Tori really great. Yeah you're always on the other side of like three like metal bars looking through it's like you and it has actually for sure they have you looking indication later you'll be able able to get through here like Metro and you know just melt bars you got but you are in Jeddah temple so maybe it's Anti Jetta made made from some metal. What's the DELOREAN's metal armor made out of? I don't know I just watched a whole episode about it. I can't tell you I love hearing how metro-wide Vania e it is or Metro chime specific measure prime which which the developers were up front about that multiple planets that are way more intricate. And you you know. Non Linear and and sort of loopy pathways than kind of expected that so an expected and cousteau metro prime was famous for this Big Three d map that you kind of see really needed needed to go or you haven't had been yet and it's really good and it was like feels like super futuristic and stuff this game has that Matt but I don't know if I'm like like if it's just like because it's less boxy unlike more organic. It's so hard to use for me right now but you say you wrap your mind. Map has a learning curve that was it was confusing at first. But now I'm used to it and I can I know. Ah If there's something on the map that I want to get to. I can usually get to it and you can. I love how the robot a BBDO sorry droid projects in math in real time. It's like in dead space when you have like your health package just like lights on your armor and there's a lot of stuff in this game really doing the work early beating the flashlight. That's true and that's also he's also your health bar on your back yes. It's so like dead space magnate and also a tip since beatty one is projecting your map in real time. It doesn't pause the game you can. It'll be a ten. Oh yeah the hard way giant rats around. Yeah don't look run for your life is i. Don't want any stories. Spoiler the rats kill you is your killer viciously. It's a big threat to a jet here right now is that are you. Is your character cool. I think so. He's likeable and it's not like super every other characters better. I mean he's just like he's like a pretty vanilla hero but it doesn't bother me. I will say this there are some really funny moments. I forget what it was. What was one of the early comments? Oh because he's a yeah exactly like they're like no trashes allowed here something and he makes a joke about how he's actually trash. So there's like these little funny cute goofy moments that he just didn't make him more likable. That's another thing that I've heard just around the office is that You know that doesn't come through in the trailers just seems like incredibly generic and I've heard this game has better writing in dialogue expected surprising to me and this is not a spoiler. He's just really young. So it's like all the characters that are interesting around him are adults and he just doesn't know a lot and doesn't do a lot because he's like a teenager so I think they they don't. They didn't do a good job of sabotaging that outside the game. Now that I'm in the game like oh he's just like his whole he's just a kid. Yeah I've come to a decision I'm GONNA play it that's good. I think you're going to be happy with their. I've been joking on scoop for weeks about how I don't play anything but that's just you know I wasn't interested in call of duty and wasn't interested. Trust in-depth stranding. So this is this is the one this is the woman.

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Introducing The Effective Hiring Manager Book

Manager Tools

11:00 min | 3 years ago

Introducing The Effective Hiring Manager Book

"Why the effective hiring hiring manager as our second book right the first book was the effective manager but why hiring is the second book so first of all. I got to say to those who are longtime. Listeners wonder when we record things it turns out. We're recording this on the day that fifteen hundred of these books just arrived it at my house. The book will be is for sale now on our website. If you WANNA buy a signed copy I think it's thirty five dollars because we've got posted and shipping all in there and if you go to Amazon or Barnes and noble live with whatever normal prices are for kindle books and for hardback books and there is no audio book yet they some of you complained but in a nice way that you would rather either the first book have been narrated by me and so we agreed to that it's a really bad deal for us but we agreed to it and so sometime in November late October early November in about a month and a half. I'm supposed to go into the studio for two three days and record the book. I don't know how long it takes to produce the audio book after that but I'm sure they'll let me know and we will of course let the people in our community what the schedule is for an audio book if you prefer that. I admit that on the first book we basically said you don't need an audio. Book of this book just listened to the podcasts on the same topics but that's a lot of people I was the wrong answer to a lot of our fans so in my hallway actually there are eighty three boxes of books with a total of fifteen hundred books in them and I have to sign them. All for people who've requested signed copy some very excited. My right hand is not excited but the rest of me is okay so you asked why the effect of Higher Manager of second book a cat. The overarching reason is hiring is the most important strategic responsibility we managers have on a regular regular basis. K. Organizations that turn out to be great have notably better hiring processes talent screens and higher bars people to get over and in the long run people are the ultimate capital. labor is way more important than financial capital. You know I I it's all about people the the mechanism by which any organization organization assesses New People into it is the single biggest mechanism for the long term health and organization region. It's the most important long-term effect we managers have on our own organizations and here's what's important. It has strategic impact if you do it well. It's the only thing that individual managers do that has a strategic impact on the organization directly in hiring better more quickly sustainably and also bringing new hires up to speed faster. That's a mistake that most people make they don't realize that on boarding is included in hiring bringing bringing new hires speed faster than other firms is the biggest leverage manager's provider organizations over the long term. You might get beat out in the short term with a better product service better price but in the long run if you hire better people people you're going to outperform everybody else. Okay so it's the most important strategic thing we do so you might say. Well okay well then. Why wasn't that I read my mind. I actually what has to ask well. Let's because it's a strategic behavior but it's not a behavior. Most managers would call something something that they use frequently. It's not you know I say in the book that it's like Horsemen Christmas rule. Is something important that you do rarely typically the things you do. Rarely that are important. You tend not to learn enough on and you never get very very good him. You never master them in a way. That's impressive and it's important strategically. That's a bad connection. It's a bad relationship for us. As managers the first book the effective manager was about how to manage the team. You have and of course whether you hired them or not. We did that first because that's what most managers asked questions about day to day. It's what we manager spend the most of our time doing doing. How do I get the most team. How do I lead them. How do I talk about performance which of course for us starts with the mandatory Trinity. One on someone's feedback coaching and delegation how many times in my life I said that the mandatory Trinity One on Ones Feedback Coaching and delegation I should give scully scully inherited it and of course I guess the other important issues you can you can be effective hiring managers much as you want but if you can't manage those folks day to day and you can't retain them because we talk about all the time the two primary responsibilities manager is results right in getting better people. Is that helps you get results but it requires management and secondly in higher all the great people but you can't retain them. That's not good so yeah so we did affective manager I because that's the tactical sweet spot for managers ineffective hiring manager second because it's the strategic sweet spot simple all right. I agree I think most of our respective hiring his critical right so yeah where in your experience do managers need help with effective so this is going to sound terrible but we love our audience just going to be blunt and save us a bunch of time in my experience. Managers need help everywhere and I'm not saying that to be disrespectful of the average manager skills in hiring again. It's or some Christmas rule. We get zero training on what what passes for training if your manager and you've listened to some of our podcast on hiring and you've been shocked. You've never been told this before or you. Get the book and you read it and you go. Gosh this makes so much sense and it's all doable. Why haven't I haven't told this and you feel bad. Somehow we want you to lay that burden down by by the side of the road because you my friend are not alone. The average manager Kids Jack from their organizations about training on hiring during what passes for training these days for the average manager is I an inference in essentially infrared training how how did I get interviewed which by the way if you got interviewed as an individual contributor and you're now a manager you were probably a high performing performing individual contributor which probably became clear in your interview which then means you were interviewed with an eye because the manager was thinking all all long about hiring you your process for getting to be a manager started with the wrong approach to interviewing and if that's what you learned if you learned the communist thing which is by the way the way I learned. I'm not saying you're you're the bad guy I did same thing your process for learning earning was how you sat on the other side of the table and it was a chat and the manager got to know you and she or he was learning more about you and that's a horrible training process. The other side is that that the other thing that passes says for training this days when I ask people hey you've been training and the reason I say tell me about the training and basically what it boils down to is all label. It is human resources. Don't discriminate training and they say you know you can't use. You can't use this you can't you can't discriminate on the basis of that. You know we hear stories lately about Silicon Valley being male and having essentially imply biases and they're hiring and so on but typically don't discriminate training training is necessary look. It's legally helpful to reduce companies raise but frankly I bet you. At least thirty percent of the people listening to this podcast right now have been taught or believe in some fashion or the other that there are such things as illegal questions if you think that that's an indication of how little you know about hiring on a scale of one to ten if you think that you're probably too even if you think shelf could manager because in fact other than a couple of municipalities and I'm talking about in the United States as a as a representative sample. I think it's a little different Australian and Great Britain but not that much different I think the only one hundred percent clear on is in Philadelphia and it has to do with you can't ask about pay okay but if you've been told that you can't ask certain questions about a person's age or you it's legal to ask about gender or what what have you you're wrong. They're not illegal. It's not guys and we have a podcast about this thing. It's called there. No questions the question itself office not illegal. We also have a podcast how to respond to a question that you believe is legal in an interview so if you want to play both sides of the fence there you go but in fact the question is not illegal it implies that that question will be used to determine hiring and that would lead to potential claims of Barnabas but the question itself is not illegal now. Do we recommend you ask you know stupid. It's unethical. It's boorish. Don't do it but what if somebody's telling you somebody respect about hiring processes. These questions are illegal. It's just false. It's wrong and and it just to me it gives you a sense of what a manager can expect relative hiring and we go back again to this issue of it happens rarely now right now in the greatest job mark in the history of mankind. Everybody's telling you hey we need. I really got and it's going to be harder to fill your openings because there are so many jobs avenue people have so many choices but for the most part the average manager just like I did just like Mike did years and years and years ago doesn't know what he or she is doing. They need help across the entire spectrum and I would also suggest that one of the reasons I know that managers I need l. is they probably think the same thing I do that. Hiring is about sourcing and interviewing

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"two three days" Discussed on REAL 92.3

REAL 92.3

05:56 min | 3 years ago

"two three days" Discussed on REAL 92.3

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"two three days" Discussed on REAL 92.3

REAL 92.3

05:54 min | 3 years ago

"two three days" Discussed on REAL 92.3

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"two three days" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

04:15 min | 3 years ago

"two three days" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"All right you know we're I was talking about how the you know how many things it as a small business owner you have to put up with them you know we talk about custom monsters customers are just can never be please more on our body mills around them I don't be a you know negative names here in line but to use a lot of things we have overcome a lot to make light of it and I did find this one a letter that a man wrote which I thought was really good and you could tell that he's a little bit upset and then I'll give him his due he wrote this looks like two three days ago it's a letter is to the state of Illinois his name is Kurt at AM locker thank now to start this past month complete the following the two business reports witcher quietly by the secretary of state offices in illinois' Indiana were businesses operate in northern report crawling was completely welcome was a complete minor process until milling information to the sprint to Springfield that requires a two hundred fifty dollar thing is every year Indiana's report falling was only one process complete less than five minutes and call pointed out he goes on to say not quite a happy camper this is just one very small example of the ongoing frustration faced everyday by the business community and illinois' Chicago that's a problem I'm afraid I mean how good well my my how proud of it once but you know I mean they you know they leave the country and and you know what you know a lot of criminal activities and everything and and you know the people come out you know everybody I talk to there's that is from Chicago I don't like I don't want to stay there does look a little line that was for me just there's one small example I will continue reading of the ongoing frustrates face every day by the businesses comedian over but it pretty much sums up how our state's business climate compared to that of nearly every other state in the union I could write a book on the illinois' archaic costly in his fission process in programs I'm really on a roll right with big words now I'm gonna it's hard regulations in this high taxes are exorbitant fees now this now here's here's okay this is everything this is our major artists with this man says I am investing dollars in business expansion but sadly it is not in the state where I live so evident he lives in a low voice until we see significant improvements in the business climate of illinois' I in other intelligent business owners who create jobs and tax revenue we continue to develop business else where wake up alone it is only because we're charging two hundred thirty dollars more yet to record it always more per year for business and they're losing out on millions now what they need in my opinion use emergency I thank how did you know that don't use of someone yeah no it was always in the same him more than it is you know you know some like it yeah but what's happening across America we keep getting the stories of people calling I mean it's like building codes is only regulations that they put on people and and everything is just people are sick of it.

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"two three days" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

03:59 min | 3 years ago

"two three days" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"You and what would you say to anybody out there telling Israel well chance a last question it's definitely real I mean coming from a person who was very I guess you could say agnostic away I realized with Boone and how clear as day these signs are not necessarily like out looking for them they just showed up and then it yeah question it then another one would show up you know so it's like it made me realize that I was kind of living my life backwards in a way you know like my views and it completely changed my views so this whole other thing where I'm just like okay I'm clearly looking at things wrong una showed me the right way and it's I guess the best way I can describe it is you know it's like you look at things in question that me question why instead of just being free flowing going with it like most I guess people faith all right it's going to go with things and live these wonderful nice in rich lives you know it's like that's one of the things that were missing and so he showed us that in a minute it's clear as day and so I mean it doesn't make you wake up yeah I'd wait or fire you exactly then you're just blind in out and I think it's just a feeling that happiness yeah we should leave and not realizing it on you know how much I mean I knew what I have yeah but I mean I guess they didn't know fully and you know it's like if we your other question if we had to do it all over again I would go right now she would go I would go get a right now and do it all over again all over again another second yeah I got it actually I had a vivid dream of him I want to say about two three days after he passed and I remember where I was standing there in front of him he's just looking at me all happy with that just innocent face of his and I was just asking him for just three more days for whatever reason I just kept saying three more days and he just looked at me and it's just all continue instead of burning will always continue to want to go through this all over again if it means that those learning lessons and we get to be your own and and and all that so and if you get him for the rest of your being yeah exactly you know so it's like all is not that is not they hadn't done it out like we'll be in a new journey absolutely so you know it's like now we have to look at it from a different perspective of instead of getting it reliving it that's like we do have him here every day and I think it's still just an adjustment period that's a human thing yeah it is and it it sucks it's not easy to do no that's you know it is requiring you to believe and have faith in what you can't yeah urgently earthly hookers you can touch him seeing and feeling it's taking away that earth reality and asking you to step higher yeah and to believe and face it's all the things that science cannot explain right and that's your heart can yeah exactly your heart your soul again I understand really Bender I I what I know I wouldn't be able to you know but that's why you get to share with everybody else and we are grateful thank you thank you thank you for sharing with everybody and thank you for being on our show and yeah a boon yeah and if anybody wants to do a rescue farm you can write to a radio station and it ran out water dot com looking up to that and say you lose weigh the Vikings and it'll help you maybe a little more vegetables like I should and maybe bones well made me want to really enjoy them find a way to make people enjoy it too yeah that gives me three vegetables and I'm good we're just not we don't want to be up tighten like travel about it so again thank you all very much thank you now alright.

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"two three days" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

02:55 min | 3 years ago

"two three days" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"And if that doesn't make you wake up yeah I'd wait or fire you exactly then you're just blind in out and I think it's just feeling that happiness yeah and it's a feeling yeah not realizing it on you know how much I mean I knew what I have yeah but I mean I guess they didn't know fully and you know it's like if we your other question if we had to do it all over again I would go right now she would go I would go get him right now and do it all over again all over again another second yeah I got it actually I had a vivid dream of him I want to say about two three days after he passed and I remember where I was standing in front of him he's just looking at me all happy with that just innocent face of his and I was just asking him for just three more days for whatever reason I just kept saying three more days and you just look at me and it's just all continue burning will always continue to want to go through this all over again if it means that those learning lessons and we get to be your own and and and all that so any if you getting for the rest of your being yeah exactly you know so it's like all is not it is not they hadn't done it out like we'll be in a new journey absolutely so you know it's like now we have to look at it from a different perspective of instead of getting it reliving it that's like we do have him here every day and I think it's still just an adjustment period that's a human thing yeah it is and it it sucks it's not easy to do no that's you know it is requiring you to believe and have faith in what you can't yeah urgently earthly hookers you can touch him seeing and feeling it's taking away that earth reality and asking you to step higher yeah and to believe and face it's all the things that science cannot explain right and that's your heart can yeah exactly your heart your soul again understanding it can understand what's really Bender I I what I know I wouldn't be able to you know but that's why you get to share with everybody else and we are grateful thank you thank you thank you for sharing with everybody and thank you for being on our show and yeah a boon yeah and if anybody wants to do a rescue farm you can write to a radio station and it ran out water dot com we can help do that and so you lose weigh the vegans and it'll help you maybe a little more vegetables like I should and maybe booms well made me want to really enjoy them find a way to make people enjoy it too yeah yeah well that get me through those rules and I'm good we're just not we don't wanna be up tighten like grab about it so again thank you all very much thank you now alright folks you have to decide.

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"two three days" Discussed on REAL 92.3

REAL 92.3

05:07 min | 3 years ago

"two three days" Discussed on REAL 92.3

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Department of Justice shakes up team handling 2020 census-related cases

PM Tampa Bay with Ryan Gorman

04:02 min | 3 years ago

Department of Justice shakes up team handling 2020 census-related cases

"The justice department said yesterday a new team of government lawyers is gonna take over the push for a citizenship question in the twenty twenty census this comes after the Supreme Court temporarily blocked the move president trump has said he's considering issuing an executive order to add the citizenship question to the twenty twenty census William Barr the Attorney General said today that he believes the trump administration can legally add a citizen ship question to the census that's never really been the issue now whether or not this administration can put the question on the census that is allowed that is constitutional the issue has been how they presented why right they want to add the question in in one big issue the department of justice is denied redistricting was part of the motivation for adding the citizenship question but on Friday when asked why he was trying to re add the question to the census president trump told reporters you need a for Congress FOR districting so he literally went against what is own justice department had been arguing in court right because this all stems the reasoning they originally gave to the Supreme Court which the subject of the Supreme Court case itself there's two other kids going on in Maryland which involves additional evidence that came out they approve possibly that the gerrymandering issue and immigration was the true motivation rice and so it's when they went back to court when the president we thought this is a dead issue on Tuesday when we last reported on yeah because the department of justice basically said we're done we're we're done and this yes this is going out and it's not going to say I didn't get that start printing the sent out there are already two three days behind the president said I think he tweeted yeah I'm not so much so the judge in the case in the Maryland cases said okay lawyers get back here because we're gonna I want to know what the heck is going on and one of the lawyers I read the transcript of you saw that but he was basically saying one of the government lawyers is basically saying I don't know what the hell's going on right actually I don't know we've got one thing the president just tweeted out something different I have no idea what the hell's going on here yeah and so that debt and he started saying like your soul exploring all possible options they had another hearing on Friday afternoon to trying to hash out what's going on and he still relating to get anywhere in terms of like an immediate resolution but the judges expediting this case now even faster in terms of like this is the one that will reveal what was in those files and said that this is a Republican strategist with the one that came up with a policy that said this originated with it Wilbur Ross the commerce secretary's request for info information from justice about immigration and going that's how this whole thing started and basically he was pro in the course of three court decision saying basically they were probing the immigration issue from justice before they ever got to this whole voting rights act issue and that justice was not biting at that time on getting this question back on the sentence and I don't know how many times a president has done this but boy he just makes things so much more difficult for him and his administration when the department of justice is arguing that redistricting is not part of our rationale for adding the question and you will go in front of cameras it's all on video saying that we need to do this for Congress are disturbing you're just screwed up everything they argued in front of a judge and and look I I I saw a couple of weeks of is where he's talking about it's ridiculous that we can add the citizenship question we should be able to ask it you are able to ask if that's not the issue the issue is and whether or not you can put the citizenship question in the census yes you can do that the problem is the administration is bold this from day one they screwed up so badly but now it might not wind up on the census at the end of the day if there's no citizenship question on the census you know who's to blame for that the trump

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"two three days" Discussed on REAL 92.3

REAL 92.3

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"two three days" Discussed on REAL 92.3

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"two three days" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

04:33 min | 3 years ago

"two three days" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Prevent arthritis are nutritional supplements now there's a lot of debate out there when it comes to start a nutritional supplements but i will say my favorite one is one that has researched back called cosa quinn i sprinkle it on a small amount of canned food as a treat for my cat and this is helpful for helping reduce damage to my cats cartilage with nutritional supplements they typically need to be started earlier in life versus later in life in other words this is a preventative give medication if your cats are ready fifteen and has severe arthritis to be quite honest it's usually too late so we want to start this earlier versus when your cat is ready diagnosed with late or end stage arthritis the fourth thing we can do to help treat arthritis is environmental modification now we talked before about defecation outside the litterbox being a classic sign of arthritis in cats well remember your cats have a harder time walking up and down stairs using ramp or stepping into a litterbox if it's got really high walls so i'm going to encourage you to use a larger litterbox with lower sides in that way it's easier for your cat to get into the litterbox alternatively you can purchase a ramp where your cat doesn't have any stairs to get into litterbox that waits a lot easier the last thing we can do to help treat arthritis is actually medical management now i mentioned before that cats are much more sensitive to start in drugs because of their altered liver metabolism but when it comes to trading arthritis in cats there's only two to four drugs that we can actually use my favorite prescription medication is a drug called gabba penton it's really expensive in super-safe to us and there's actually a big dose range while let's use for neuropathic or nerve pain and even seizures in dogs and cats i use it as a pain medication for arthritis it typically comes as a liquid but what i found is my cat tolerated really well when i just mixed part of the capsule into cat food the second medication we can consider is a drug called tram at all also berry very safe and very inexpensive to use now trama doll doesn't work well in dogs but it does work well in cats however it is super super bitter so you have to make sure to get compounded by your veterinarian or by veterinary approved pharmacy in order for your cat to tolerate it a lot of times they can mix it with chicken or tuna flavored liquid or make it into a miniature sized tablet that makes it easier to administer the third type of medication that can potentially be used is something called a prescription veterinary non-steroidal anti-inflammatory these are called end sets now you should never ever ever ever use your dogs and says in a cat in that's because cats are at least twice as sensitive to end sets than dogs you should also never ever ever use a human medication on your dog or cat without consulting veterinarian because human end sets can cause kidney failure or stomach ulcers even at minute tiny doses now there are certain safer end says that are out there that are labeled for cats i usually use this for short term pulse therapy in other words one two three days in a row as needed and then i add on gabba patent or trim at all as other medications so when in doubt talked your veterinarian about this the last medication that sometime times is used that i honestly don't use quite as much are steroids like prednisone alone and these oftentimes do have long term side effects they're not my go-to for treating arthritis because there's other drugs that are safer to use long term i will say the last recommendation that i have used in my own cat is acupuncture i've personally had some great success with acupuncture for musculoskeletal orthopedic injuries in both dogs and cats so if you have a board certified veterinary acupuncturists in your area it might be worth considering for treatment of arthritis and cats won a doubt please talk to a veterinarian when your cat is slowing down or showing scientific rightous again in the e. r. i see so many cats that are diagnosed with osteoarthritis unex- ray and owners had no idea their cats had arthritis remember cats are so stoic and we wanna make sure our feline family members are feeling pain freight make sure your cat has an appropriate workup again doing rays blood work or even a urine test to make sure they can go on some of these medications because i wanna make.

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"two three days" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"two three days" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Walk into New Orleans. They're not the usual suspect so to speak. What do you here in those, and your approach to that, walk into New Orleans is a natural? It's a crazy thought who the heck wants to walk to New Orleans. And can you walk over a Levy no? In my mind. That's what I think of when I think of walk into New Orleans, and I can imagine myself. I do a lot of walking when I'm on the road are walk down railroad tracks, walk down on the side of highways and imagine. Where does this place go, and who's on this row besides me where would I end up if I kept walking for two three days on this. I'm thinking about those things all the time. So walk into New Orleans has a personal effect on me, you know, in bring back some incredible numbers, and I'm thinking that just that phrase walk into New Orleans, would have a meaning to a lot more than just myself. So I felt good about recording. I had never heard the recording. Chuck Berry's recording of that. Are we recording? This is nothing for me that you on here. 'cause I'm looking for something I can do. And on it. Come up with something fresh and wonderful. But you don't need to do that on every some songs are just classics in themselves, like.

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"two three days" Discussed on The Art of Manliness

The Art of Manliness

03:41 min | 3 years ago

"two three days" Discussed on The Art of Manliness

"I gave a talk a few years ago on happiness and during the Cuna a woman raised her hand. And she said, you know, whenever I'm stuck in traffic. I just take a minute take some deep rats, and I look out the window, and I admire the setting sun, and it was like this super positive view of basically being in a traffic jam. And I said will thanks for that question. You know, you really didn't need to come to the talk because she of course, was already doing all the right things, but we can all get better at taking a negative experience. And and trying to re frame native experience in some more positive way remote into something that if you have a tendency to be your that you have to work on the. The rest of your life will never be a moment. Where like you're just a tigger right naturally. You probably the work on forever. I think that's true. Although I will also say I think it gets easier. So I look at the example of let's say that, you know, you are not a runner, and you decided, you know, you wanna run a ten K or something the first day that you lace on your shoes go outside it might be hard to run a mile. You know, it might you might fill out of breath, your knees might hurt your angles or whatever. But over time, you are body adapts to it, and you get better at it. So again, as I said, I'm naturally pretty negative, but I've really been working on it in part through writing this book. So I had a disaster in December, you know, a month ago. My computer hard drive crashed. And I lost everything. I mean, including a book man script that I was on deadline for and you know, it crashed. I went in. They were like we can do nothing, you know, your computers under warranty. We can get you new computer. But but you've. Caused everything and I came home, and my husband was like you seem to be handling this very well. And I'm like, you know, what it's you know. It's not cancer. It's not. And he was like I can't believe it because he liked vote worse about it than I did. So, you know, it was a bummer, and I'm slowly kind of you know, recreating what I had been working on. But there's an example in that there are times in which if that had happened to me two three days, I like would not have gotten out of bed, and I would have been, you know, I'm never gonna write a book again. And I have no ideas, and every I ever had that was good was on that computer. And you know, so on. So there's an example. So yeah, it for some people it comes easier. But for all of us, we actually can get better at doing it with process in part because we become aware. Oh, yeah. You know, this is what I tend to and I should stop. I heard the computer crash on me thing happened to law school. I had a paper of most of it done, and I lost it, and I had to rewrite it, but it actually turned out better. I think the second go around in the first garage. And so now, did you know that at the time that's the key? Yeah. Okay. Right. So positive is all about reframing situations. Let's talk about specific situations where we can reframe to take a more positive look. So one example, you talk about that that was really interesting to stress because we always think of stress as negative or supposed to de-stress and not be stressed. But you are you in the book that research shows that we can actually reframe stress so it can be beneficial. Absolutely. And I think that's one of the most important research endings because we do have this over overwhelming perspective in our society stresses negative stresses bad stresses debilitating. But the reality is stress can also be viewed as exciting invigorating, exhilarating and people in fact can do their best work under stress. So we can think about professional athletes, for example, who, you know, always do their very best win. The game is on the line..

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"two three days" Discussed on Jocko Podcast

Jocko Podcast

04:27 min | 3 years ago

"two three days" Discussed on Jocko Podcast

"In a month and three people in two weeks. And and you just everyone now everyone's walking around. They're scared of getting destroyed. They're scared of getting fired. They don't trust. You you go in you. Okay. Hey, here's sorry. Haters, some changes, there's some reductions we gotta make here. Twenty eight people. They're going away. What's left? We're going to go forward owing to conquer. He who does otherwise either from Timite or evil advice is always compelled to keep the knife in his hand. Neither can he rely on his subjects nor can they attach themselves to him owing to their continued. And repeated wrongs so you keep stabbing people every once in a while every two three days, I cut someone's head off these guys are just, you know, first of all I got to walk around with a knife all the time and they're thinking, oh, I see what he's all about. Yeah. Yeah. Continuing for injuries ought to be done all at one time. So that being tasted less. They offend less benefits ought to be given little by little. So that the flavors of them may last longer. Oh, so you don't go and give everyone a yearly bonus at the beginning of the year. Hey, here's all this money. No, you go. Hey, look, this is good quarter or good month last month. Kylo something for you. That tastes last long. If. I recommend that with children, by the way. You know what I'm saying? Yes, don't give them the big reward. You make them you. You gotta earn. Yeah. To get earn it. Keep it going heap. It going. Continuing and above all things a prince ought to live amongst his people in such a way that no unexpected circumstances. Whether of good or evil shall make him change. Because if the necessity for this comes in troubled times, you are too late for harsh measures and mild ones will not help you for they will be considered as forced from you. And no one will be under any obligation to you for them. So what are you saying, there's stay balanced? So if you if things are going well in your company, and you like a bonuses all around, and then all of a sudden things get lean and do no more bonuses. Or the other hand is like oh things are going rough and not giving anyone anything. What you need to do is, stay balanced. Hey, here's the budget. Here's our projected budget. Here's what we're going to give out. Here's what we're planning to give out. It may vary. A little bit on, you know, up or down from there, depending on the market, and depending on how we're doing it depending on what the future like you wanna be balanced. Don't go hard core and one extreme or the other. Next. Where a leading citizen becomes the prince of his country, not by wickedness or any intolerable violence, but by the favor of his fellow citizens. This may be called a civil principality, nor is genius or fortune altogether necessary to attain it, but rather a happy shrewdness. And this seems to be the most positive thing that he this happy shoot us like oh, you're making good decisions Trud decisions. And that's how you come into power and people are happy with it. Like that seems like the best possible way to take over a according to this continuing one cannot buy fair dealing in without injury to others. Satisfy the nobles, but if you can satisfy the people for their object is more righteous than that of the nobles the latter wishing to oppress in the former only desire not to be oppressed. So who's more important the nobles or the people the people that's not very Machiavellian? Well, it's not the tradit- Machiavellian think consideration. It is to be added. Also that a prince can never secure himself against a hostile people because of their being too many whilst from nobles he can secure himself as they are few in number. Make a connection with your people continuing the worst that prince may expect from a hostile people is to be abandoned by them, but from hostile nobles he has not only to fair abandonment..

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"two three days" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio

Bulletproof Radio

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"two three days" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio

"Three or four days. We just having water all water and black coffee. I mean, come on. But. During that during that time, what does that can do to my circadian rhythm. Is it advisable does that line with the circadian code? Well, let's Kagan still continues with longer fast. And it actually goes to longer resilience. And maybe we haven't looked at longer fast in animals because don't like this very long fast water only has two three days and in humans. We know there are a lot of studies from other groups sewing that longer fast abetted good into versing managing chronic disease. And we know that longer past will activate autophagy fat fair too much higher level. So that will help longer fast also increase your kit on body production. And that also helps all the indications are yes longer fast. If you can do are beneficial for the body, and it's not going to disturb this Acadian clog because this Acadian clock is an internal timekeeping mechanism that continues even without. Out calorie. And that's how it will anticipate when you should go to bed when you wake up an infact people who do longer fast. They're always report that it's not that they cannot go to bed because they're hungry. They actually go too much better..

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Trump calls for "toughness" on drug dealers, traffickers to fight opioid crisis

The Sean Hannity Show

00:53 sec | 4 years ago

Trump calls for "toughness" on drug dealers, traffickers to fight opioid crisis

"Traffic in four minutes on news ninety six five wdbo joe thank you jackie and we're checking interactive writer right now and we're not really seeing any heavy rain around the atlanta area however if you're headed north say toward the villages or even north there be aware you're going to be driving in a lot of rain this afternoon well continuing our team coverage president donald trump strategy to combat the national opioid crisis he's in new hampshire talking we can have all the blue ribbon committees we want but if we don't get tough on the drug dealers will wasting our time and that toughness includes the death penalty president trump saying families across the us are dealing with terrible hardships because of opioid abuse and today governor rick scott signed a new law to limit two three days worth just how many painkillers a florida doctor can prescribe at a time that law takes effect in july a.

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