20 Episode results for "Two Three Weeks"

How to keep a geranium over the winter.

Your Gardening Questions

03:45 min | 2 years ago

How to keep a geranium over the winter.

"Hi, this is Mark news from plant talk radio. Thanks for subscribing and listening to our podcast your gardening questions from plan talk radio. If you have a gardening question you'd like our host Fred Howard to answer send him an Email. The address is Fred at plant talk radio dot com. Now for today's question you have been working on a jury. Neom. Yes. A hip, and it is. It came in late. However, it hadn't had any freeze because of where it was it got downright cold. And I'm sure it dropped into the low forties. Maybe even possibly high thirties. One time Soviet it was not damaged by that. It has had a rough summer because it got adequate water part of the time and not part of the time it sat in a little bit too much shade. It's cetera any up it's in an old galvanized bucket. I punched holes so that will drain et cetera. I picked it up by the handle brought it in the other day. Thank god. It wasn't out there this morning because you would have been all done drains are definitely a tropical in that regard. But I'm going to let it adjust and by a judgment. Meaning even though it was in slightly limited light outdoors. It'll be significantly limited light indoors because of the the length of day where I have it. I don't have special lights or anything like that. So it will lose. Some leaves. And especially probably the most prime looking big fat leaves will be the ones that just simply dry up and go away, given oh call it two three weeks of allowing it to adjust to it circus new circumstances. And we'll have cut back on the watering are certainly going to keep it alive. But in that is not expected to grow much at this point on through winter. It will be well kept alive that that's the best way to put it enough moisture that when you lay the knuckles of your hand upside down or backs topside on the soil. You feel a hint of moisture that's as wet as you want it to be then given that three or so weeks, I will cut the daylights out of it now in a greenhouse this is part of the propagation process for the cutting grown types. They will cut off the new stems root them in warm sand warm moist sand and then make new plants out. I'm. I'm simply going to get rid of those tips. This plant is pretty humble in the first place, but I'm going to hope that by Christmas time given that being roughly six or so weeks that it will start to grow again minimally at that point. I will start turning it. Well, like, I told Jade plant a third of a turn each week, given I water plants on Sunday. So I'll be turning it on Sunday. And I'll try to re-grow it and by spring. I'm hoping for it to be in flower, bud. If not already in flower, it is just it's something I'm doing a challenge it will be far less. Trouble far more convenient to simply go buy another one. But I like the pink of its color hybrids, go to try and the bucket is at least the most interesting contain. Hey, thanks again. For listening to our podcast. Be sure. To subscribe to our other podcasts as well. The plan of the week podcast and the plan talk radio podcast, all on itunes or your favorite podcast player. If you'd like to sponsor a daily podcast, contact us at Fred at plant, talk radio dot com to find out more about Fred, how're and plant. Talk radio. Visit our website plant talk radio dot com. Circle to seventy media dot com.

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Trump wants to prepare U.S. stockpile for future pandemics

Audioburst Editors Picks Feed

00:34 sec | 4 months ago

Trump wants to prepare U.S. stockpile for future pandemics

"President trump says he's taking steps to make sure the country is ready for any future pandemics launching a monumental effort at a medical supply warehouse in Allentown Pennsylvania. The president again accused his predecessor of leaving the cupboard. Bare Mr Trump announced a plan to boost the strategic national stockpile of masks and other medical necessities. Instead of one two three weeks worth of supplies we had less than that. The government will now stockpile three whole months much of it made in the USA.

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Full Episode: Thursday, October 31, 2019

World News Tonight with David Muir

22:06 min | 11 months ago

Full Episode: Thursday, October 31, 2019

"Are you hiring with indeed you can post a job in minutes set up screener questions tonight several developing stories as we come on the air the impeachment battle lines draw spotting minutes later as another White House official testified behind closed doors tonight homes burning to the grabbed the effort to save the animals the dog's the severe in the East Rob Marciano standing by the time it out the deadly plane crafts tonight underrate frat brother authorities say the nineteen year old freshmen drank himself to death living in Syria the Syrian border news on the missing fourteen year old obtained by TMZ inside a nightclub what is seen on the video and the nationals mm fires now burning in just a moment but first that historic vote on Capitol Hill today the full McGrath saying they had no choice speaker Polo saying quote what is at stake is our democracy doors today so tonight Republicans who until now had argued against the process who said it shouldn't call with the President of Ukraine Mary Bruce Lead US off today it's only happened three times before the house voting on the impeachment inquiry of a sitting launch public hearings no one is above the law we will continue standing up for their country Republicans were united against the resolution which this baby in the Soviet Union you do things like this where only you make the rules that had gone before in terms of a of a an impeachment proceedings record and say that the president did nothing inappropriate very very Timothy Morrison a top official on the National Security Council who joined the trump administration sunland that millions of dollars insecurity aid was being held up until Ukraine learned anything illegal was discussed all right so let's get to Mary Bruce She's live up on the hill again hearings could start in the next two three weeks and tonight we've learned that some of the witnesses have vote in late today huddling at the White House Republicans from the hill that meeting had already been scheduled sources tonight we'll David the president's response via twitter came less than one on board portraying the impeachment inquiry as a partisan Democrats only have meetings with Republican lawmakers likes like the ones he had today to ensure that they stay right very clear John thanks we move on tonight the major Halloween storm here in the east the tornado fire in Riverside county sparked after a police chase the vehicle crashing into a field of save the animals as well ABC's Qena Whitworth from California six fire filling the air raining down on these terrified horses walks shifting winds berteling debris creating challenging take this pill officials say a car that crashed after a police chase burst sounding the alarm about the hillside fire you were saying that these folks that live in this House came canyon at a ferocious speed pushing this fire into this residential and some of the people that I've already talked to today I had minimal sleep maybe an hour or two best extend through tomorrow for parts of Los Angeles and Southern California even as these Ena thank you as I mentioned we're also watching severe storms is Halloween night forty five million Americans on alert well do you know the cold air that power though Santa wins now powering this frontal system it's moving pretty rapidly making Tennessee Valley Front itself is moving pretty rapidly the heaviest rain will roll across the I ninety five quarter in the teens and twenties from Chicago all the way down south into Atlanta to feel like winter across he is dead naming a new leader and their new words for the US tonight also this evening sales of the release of that dramatic Pentagon video showing elite Delta Force Commandos Isis now announcing a new leader Ibrahim Al Karachi in an else's any American can get to the area where Baghdadi was killed we are on the Turkish we all of the one thousand American forces out of Syria at some point to guard the oilfields and Martha Raddatz reporting tonight from southern Turkey not well David we've got troops leaving northern Syria but we have hundreds and hundreds here at home now the new charges tonight fraternity members at UC Irvine facing charges in the death of their five fraternity members facing charges tonight in connection with the alcohol poisoning death breath during what was supposed to be a fun and safe off campus party at this house out is to get help for to Mingo of the five charged with misdemeanors what are calling this latest Greek life tragedy reckless if convicted brown faces up to eighteen the democratic rising star who resigned amid an ethics investigation denying allegations amid bitter divorce here's ABC's Adrian Banker Tonight Congresswoman Katie Hill once rising star in the Democratic Party stepping down in the wake of an ethics investigation relationship with a campaign staffer I am leaving now because of a double standard posted online her husband hasn't commented but Katie Hills own father tells I and blogs and websites used by shameless operatives for the dirtiest Gutter Politics Allston texts that made me fear for my life and the lives of the people that I care about hill and in boardrooms on the Supreme Court in this very body Donald trump she says this is the only investigation that deserves the attention of the entire country as and there was a deadly plane crash today right into a highway crashing into an SUV in Florida at least hitting that SUV and careening into power lines I looked down and I saw had just taken off from the Ocala Florida airport on a test flight her turnpike exit aircraft mechanic can this is the third plane crash in three rushed into this residence no one on the ground in those two incidents was hurt and the Florida. SUV South Korea's military tonight saying the missiles flew

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Why Few Survive a Climb Up Alaska's Frigid Denali

Aerial America

02:41 min | 5 months ago

Why Few Survive a Climb Up Alaska's Frigid Denali

"This is one of the most unique landing strips in the world. A blanket of snow on top of shifting crevasses. The only way to land here we used to do it on special retractable skis. That flip out underneath the tires. But even with the special gear glacier landings can be treacherous in this all white landscape even experienced pilots can lose a sense of how high they are off the snow but David landed here. Hundreds of times touches down smoothly with his passengers safe inside her now comes the most dangerous part of their journey. Getting to the top of Mount Mckinley from base camp. The summit is another thirteen thousand vertical feet. Were to have miles higher. Each climber has to carry two three weeks of supplies. They tackle the mountain in small groups all tied together for safety. If one falls into a crevasse the others can help pull him or her out but one day before this footage was shot in twenty twelve a team of five. Japanese climbers was swept away a large avalanche here on the West Buttress route. Only one of them survived managing to pull himself more than sixty feet out of a crevasse alone badly frostbitten. Even after a thorough search the bodies of his four friends were never filed for most climbers. The greatest threat isn't avalanches but frigid weather. Denali is one of the coldest mountains on earth since it lies so close to the Arctic circle temperatures plunge to minus one hundred degrees Fahrenheit and winter at minus forty in summer fast moving storms could get it any time backing a lethal mix of snow ice and winds exceeding one hundred miles per hour. Climbing parties are often pinned down for days their tents as a result. Only HALF OF THOSE. Who Attempt Finale to the summit. About hundred climbers each year. But for those few that succeed the thrill of reaching this cold snowy spot the very top of the North American continent is immense.

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Inbetweenisode  Quick Update!

CAMHS Talk

03:30 min | 1 year ago

Inbetweenisode Quick Update!

"Hi this is mark. I'm just wanted to give you a little bit of an update with regard to the comes talk podcast now for those of you that don't know the podcast is due to launch in two days time so that's on Monday the ninth of September. We got a real treat for you because we're not just going to launch with with one episode. We're actually going to launch with two and our plan is that we're going to put regular episodes out to you once every two weeks but that's not to say that if anything really interesting comes up in those two weeks that we're not going to let you know what we'll do. We'll put at a little mini episode between I also wanted to share with view. The amount of interest that's been shown in this podcast we on the team have been really really playful. So many people failed at this podcast is going to be of interest and abuse We've got some really good interest. Within our own service. there are teams coming forward at one share what they do and to help you understand more about the services that they offer a couple of them will come forward with some really interesting projects that they've got coming up that they'd like to let you know about two so you've got that coming your mind within the next two three weeks but not only that we've also got services that money and support young people in and around the Luton Bedfordshire and Dunstable area that are not actually a on naturally part of their other services out there laundry services and support services that do help and support young people so we've we're starting to long some interviews and some discussions with those services we've yet to program in on the podcast so it's a bit difficult for me to say when that's going to happen and because we do need to start thinking about other episodes of the program we've had some really good suggestions and ideas from our service uses and service participation dissipation group about what they feel would be really important subjects and topics to cover and I think that it's going to make really interesting discussions so we're in the process of learning how service users and also some of our staff teams to have discussions around that okay so that's enough for now so for those of you that don't know where to find us. We we all over on twitter. Our twitter handle is at comes talk. we do have an email address. Info at comes talk dot Com and and we do have the website itself which is comes talk dot Com yes. It is wow I'd stay show I purposefully chose the short name that to make easy and the Short Trips Mullen does so if you if you WANNA get hold of US WANNA get contact with us and you can do that and but just listening to so sign up now get yourself on the list there subscribe and what'll happen is assumes a too fast episodes. Come out though it delivered straight to you and I think that'd be really good for us to know that because yeah it would be useful for us to know that people are listening as opposed to was producing these podcasts it just being silent and quiet and when I say subscribe describe you can go to comes toward dot com and subscribe there or if you would prefer to prefer to go to I tunes or spotify or Google podcasts or any of the other platforms that you might use where over there too. If you just go on twenty one of those platforms type in comes talk search for us we will pop up or you do is just pray subscribe button and then all of the episodes just be sent straight to your device. It's the simplest so that's enough for now so fest episodes launching in two days. We'll speak to you then.

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Introduction to Someday Arrival

Someday Arrival

04:48 min | 8 months ago

Introduction to Someday Arrival

"You have a party and you find yourself talking about the stuff. You Really WanNa do one that the you know got around to your someday the jury in the business the projects the band the the book the job whatever it is for you I wish that some and I I could be do contribute and get off the ground. This podcast is about making that happen. It's about making taking someday today about every he two three weeks. I'm going to upload podcast which is going to help you find your purpose fulfil your potential and make an impact. When is Darren and I have been involved in numbers from projects over the years? I've written a book. I have a ban I've written a musical I have. I've worked in the charity. Sector with international development organizations and I'm willing to do is just share some some of the things I've learned over twenty or so years and if is helpful to you then please do take care and make your someday. I'm Diane a reality. I WANNA say one thing and that is that you are completely unique. no-one in history has ever had your. Aw Mix of skills talents and relationships your stories your potential your experiences. You are a masterpiece. You're priceless plus your ear applicable and it'll be a such a shame it would be a tragedy if if that didn't happen because you let the confidence or the skills or or the motivation. You didn't bring what you have to the world and make that make their contribution. I'm especially passionate about helping those who are less fortunate and Hopefully something the EU dream of doing could make a difference in the lives of your even if it's your family and friends or your community or you'll oh country or or or even globally. You may will have the kernel of the world needs and I want to give you the confidence and some of the actual actual practical skills and ideas and tips to make those things happen and I believe that we have the opportunity and the privilege of doing many people in the world. Don't have the opportunities. Yeah we have If you're listening to Western country dinovite to the euro already rich if you sleeping in bed if you put your food in the fridge she monies in the bank. You have a toilet. Two thirds of the World Toilet Flushing Toilet. So the truth. Is You have huge opportunity fingertips as well. The world is literally literally at your fingertips. There's no reason not to succeed. You're living at the best time in history to get something done to make something happen. James Clear clear in one of his books says that anyone who's connected to the Internet has education has the education power of university and the distribution Egyptian power of a media company at the fingertips. You know we're living at a time when you need huge amounts of capital even going to Sabah printing press and I'm I'm put out loud to Newspa- thousands of newspapers. Yeah I'M GONNA try and work out how to broadcast on. Am Long Way radiant. You know you just pick up your smartphone and you go you. Just start writing and you publish just Connect with others and social media is so easy today to make a dream happen easier now that he's ever the bay and so what we want to do together. We WanNa make someday today when these things happen and was that dream keep coming back to that dream that someday. I leave always wanted to do that. Conversation that thing you find yourself talking about politics so that's what we're going to go up to hear listen alone. Contribute give me. The idea is giving questions. Get in touch. You can contact me on Darren at wisdom today DOT COM Darren wisdom to lead DOT com. If you like it pleased to like subscribe and coming and together. We can make some day. Too tape

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The Number 1 Productivity Hack To Get Things Done When Your List Is A Mile Long!

Dashnex Insider with Peter Garety

08:21 min | 8 months ago

The Number 1 Productivity Hack To Get Things Done When Your List Is A Mile Long!

"Hey this jury and in today's podcast on talk to you about something that basically impact everybody. It doesn't matter whether you are a complete beginner or just starting out in your business and you try to figure out how everything works or your already an accomplished you know enterpreneur you have. The team are working for you. Maybe you are already in the seven bigger or eight bigger a level and so everything seems to be working for you. You know it. It doesn't really care who you are. And at which level you are. I guarantee at some point you struggle with this as well and so what I want to talk to you about. Today is obviously thrive activity. And so how do you really get more done and more accomplished in the same time that everybody else has? So how do you make more out of your day and you know? I'm not going to pretend that I have figured this out. And this is the perfect blueprint that I'm going to give you and that you know as soon as you will start this blueprint everything will change. I'm not saying that but I will. I will share with you. What works for me and what I have found to be most effective for me to move my business forward and obviously you know. I have a team as well. But this applies to meet individually right. I don't apply that to my team. I apply that to me individually because team just helps you accelerate the business It really doesn't help you to shorten your to do list because we as humans have this tendency to you know get more war to want more regardless of how much we have done all ready. And that's why you know if you are someone who is driven passionate who wants to get more out of your life. You will always have a lot to do list if you will need to tackle and so you know the number one thing that I do know there to be obviously productive. Productive is to you know. I I write everything down and the reason why I do that. I WANNA have a micro and macro level view on everything that I need to do so I really just take a piece of paper and list everything down just number one two three and I don't look at a particular order. I just write everything that is in my had. So what whatever I can think about whatever I think I need to do. You know I write that down and once I have done that then. I have two things that I really look for when I look at the to do list and does obviously the number one thing is urgent. Thanks right so is there. Is there something that if I will not do it today but I will not do it this week? Something bad is going to happen. Is there something on that list? That can hurt my business. Hurt my life On a big level that you probably know if I don't do this right now today or this week or something horrible going to happen so I look at that person. I ride that on a separate list as as the most important thing at that moment in time right but then the second thing that I look at is I look at that sort of the mid level importance or I should say that you know how something is important in the time of. Let's say two three weeks from now you know. Is there something on my list that could impact profoundly? E My business. If I would tackle that to do you know right now and would it be impacted. I would see within the next two three weeks and the reason. Why is because if you do this every single day what what will end up happening? Is that your to do list. Will mainly consist banks that are going to be important over the period of you know next two three weeks so you end up working on really important stuff that on a mid level moves your business and your life forward now when you have that list done you know the most important thing to do here is not to rush on execution and this is what a lot of people advises everybody says unique to tackle it immediately as soon as you come in the morning it soon as you're ready to start your Taco the number one thing on the list. I personally don't do that what I do instead. I take a pause. I take for example I go out for fifteen minute walk or drive to a coffee shop to grab a cup of coffee or something like that so I can get my mind out of that environment where I created that to do less right because you know. Environment consists of energy and in certain energy And so you WANNA get out of that for a moment so you can look at that from the outside right and then we done dose fifty to fifteen thirty minutes. I really assess with her. What I was thinking super urgent is really urgent. And whether it's really needs to be done this way or it can actually sacrifice that loss and instead move onto something which will impact my business after maybe three weeks or something like that and then I also look at those those higher impact Stop and think about that whether that really is that important and the most important thing I should be doing right now so call my business is going to be impacted if I will. You know Do those thanks. That will have a consequence in a period of two three weeks. So these are mine productivity hacks and You know everybody everybody can have their own. Obviously you know you will figure out how to do something. you know to accomplish thinks Based on who you are based your personality but this is what it works for me for example right now but according podcast but actually took a break. I went out to drive to a coffee shop to grab a coffee and while I was driving I was recording this podcast for you. And this is also a productivity hack. Where like it's not super important for me to put it out right now but he will have a positive impact on my business over the larger periods of time right so after some time it will have an impact on my business. Which is why I. I'm doing this right. So this is how you can start to tackle it and obviously you know it doesn't matter which level you are You you will face an issue where you have too much to do and you still need to figure out ways to focus on what's really really can move your business forward so that's it for today For the DAX insider podcast Let me know what you think by sharing that on social media or or just coming to dock necks page on facebook and share your thoughts and let let me know what you think. And what is your product? You the hack Or hacks that you use to accomplish and move your business forward the spear garrity. I'll talk to shoot by now.

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My Stay at Coronavirus Diary

A Writer's Journey By Maya Rodriguez

02:38 min | 4 months ago

My Stay at Coronavirus Diary

"My stay home. Die Of the coronavirus. I started this diarrhea. Guess About Ninety. Two three weeks in And this is about this time He has four or five weeks later in a satellite this it. It has been three weeks of associates. My daughter and I have been together. Denied F Harley. Gun Out other than to get essentials that run back home. The preparation to God takes Lola usual. the mess and the gloves coming back. As even says spray bottom of shoes we spray each other with an uncle. His off coats a close a gloves. Not Mass as we tried to reuse the mentally a second time than there is home. My daughter's telecommuting all all new experience for her but You know what we are busier than ever once they might go to learn for me is don't say you're more. There's always so much to be done as a child learned you would bite. It's on rather than say you aboard to an adult this. Let's see they would? Have you doing some kind of sheriffs? My Grandmother taught me how to do basic cautioning and an anti me. A basic broad briefly so about never having time to be bored my daughter learned the same thing. You are not poor hurt. Her Complaint Co worker about how I had washing windows and scrubbing floors didn't ask to scope the floor. She said she was beginning to feel like Joan Crawford adopted daughter. She greatly exaggerates. But the idea is that you have to get busy and then take some time to rest. Perhaps as they are saying some people better dealing with isolation I I do miss Interaction so can even small talk to others. I hate feeling scared of getting the various whenever I'm out in public. I hate the absolute certain uncertainty. Is they brains? I feel sadness about how this is. Impacting not just me but all of humanity each day I hope it will be the they when this virus begins to go away and stays away so we all can finally feel that life can once again off restart again remember. Life is for living so live it the next time stay well.

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056 Am I Being Ghosted? And What To Do About It?

Job Seekers Radio

16:27 min | 1 year ago

056 Am I Being Ghosted? And What To Do About It?

"<music> own job seekers radio. I'm andrea gun. This production is meant to provide meaningful support to find great careers faster whether you're working or not today on job seekers radio were talking about ghosting and i don't mean ghostbusters yeah or anything of that nature now. We're talking about the paranormal so not normal but that's something else so by ghosting. We mean that radio silence you hear after hiring team has demonstrated interest in you and the role had promised we're going to move forward and it could be the company. It could be a networking contact. It could be anybody the idea that someone has expressed interest in you in in some fashion to some degree and then as you send your follow up or you're you're trying to get feedback. You don't hear anything back whenever i am asked about this. I always start with the idea that it probably has nothing to do with you. This is one of those and i know we've said this. Empire podcast is one of those things where it's hard not to wonder. What did i do wrong when most of the time name it has nothing to do with you. That's great advice scott but i did the networking. I did the application. I've been through interviews. They said they were gonna send me. An offer and heaven only knows. I have been in a position where i was. The hiring manager and something happened happened where we had to delay higher out. I had the presence of mind to let the applicant. No you know we're we're having to put this on. Hold will understand if you find another job before this one is we can move forward on it. That's the thing a lot of people get busy and they don't think about the things they don't think about in getting back to an applicant is probably one of those things they don't think about. Try not to take it personally. If there is something to learn from it. The lesson will show it is is what it is right and you don't control the internal workings of an organization that means you should go to the next one. Yes it also means. You need to take notes. What does that say about the organization. Is that something that's happening. Consistently with them is this indicator of what the future looks like for you. That's a really you want an organization where you feel like you're being valued. I been in the situation and i've talked to people when when you're unemployed. It's really hard to pick and choose if you are in a position where you need a job. It's hard not to just take whatever comes salaam to your point. If you're taking notes on how they treat the applicant the chances are pretty good. They're going to be treating their their employees the same way so if the treatment you're getting an applicant isn't what you would want to deal with on the job bear that in mind as you continue to tried to to work your way in there may be some unpleasantness involved <hes> if you actually landed the job and this cuts both ways that means if you have control control over the ghosting. You probably not do it. Thank you and if you're the company or you're the applicant doesn't matter don't goes people. I think the the easy explanation for a lack of follow up is that it's out of sight outta mind. Oh i forgot and okay. It's also just as easy when you put the appointment on your calendar to actually meet with this person at that time. Put a reminder for a week later to follow up and it's a very simple process or even schedule another meeting. I think that's valuable advice. If you're in a position where you had an interview and you are not clear on on the next step schedule something to have a follow up meeting not hey. I'll just follow up in a week. I think about this. There have been times when someone asks me what what what can we do to follow up and really. I want as the hiring manager control over that because i don't know how long it's gonna take me to get through the interviews it. I don't know exactly when the start times would be and so. I want to maintain a certain amount of control with that sad. I'm also aware that somebody very who's looking for work needs to know what the next steps are and that we follow up in a timely way so there are all sorts of excuses why i people don't follow up. Don't be that person. Don't be the one who lacks the follow up. Be sure that you're sending follow up and it is critical. If it's a position you're actually interested in that applies for the candidate. The applicant is will so if you're in hollywood and you've been given. Let's say they even said hey. I'm sending can you offer inherit is or hey. Here's an offer you accept and you don't show up for work right well. I mean these. Are that has happened to me where i hired. Someone who never showed obviously won't hire them again. Just know that the says a lot about your brand it does and do you want that brand going forward because i don't no no about your town but here in portland it's a small community you know and people will find out eventually and and you're going to rent out a references at that point. I do think that there are good reasons. Why people don't follow up but the the really good reasons are few and far between the one thing that i would do though is if you find that you've you've dropped the ball on that when you do contact the other person and let them know hey. I know i dropped the ball. I apologize. I'd like to get everything back contract by owning it. People are much more likely to give you a second chance. If you just sort of ignore the fact that you were supposed to contact them two weeks prior and hey just wanted to follow up <hes> they probably are not going to have the same in reaction. What we're suggesting here is make sure that you follow up you own it and then actually follow up. You don't want to create a series of times where you're always having to apologize as well if every conversation starts with i'm sorry there's a problem that means you know. I could list a thousand things right there too busy. They're you too lazy. They're they're themselves looking for a job right on the corporate right right or you know like a friend of mine. <hes> just was diagnosed with cancer the answer i mean we don't know who the person is on the other end of the line and and things happen that you don't control that side of it you only control your own activities. That means what you can do about it is don't make a promise it. You can't sleep and don't make an offer that you can't follow up on it. There's also the idea that you actually i think taught me years ago and how to follow up after you've made your application but follow up with other people in the organization to to try and see what the timeline looks like get a pulse on that job opening because i remember talking to someone i applied for prepositions was years ago applied for a position and it actually have been put on hold but they weren't letting anybody know the recruiter. Wasn't i happen to have a conversation with somebody else in the organization who was able to find out for me. Oh that's been put on hold. I had a completely different reaction once. I knew that now as it happens i got a job somewhere else but at least i wasn't wondering why that hasn't worked out for me that it was again completely out control and had nothing to do with me in working talking to other people in the organization you get a better idea of how things flow anyway and if you know someone who has any contact with recruiting and at some point they probably did then you're probably going to get a better idea of how things as function network end try different avenues to get information about the process and what you might learn is that in many organizations nations recruiting sits in a different function it's not in the operation all the time right and that means they operate differently than the actual actual operation that you're going to be working in. If it's anything mid size or larger company you can guarantee that. The recruiters are working somewhere else. It may be the same building may not. They are going to be filling a very different role from what's happening happening operationally. That's why we encourage you if you're not looking for jobs in h._r. Don't spend a lot of time there if you don't have to each are people will tell you that i've worked in h._r. Here for years and we're not the ones you need to be spending your time and energy on unless you're trying to get into our department okay. I'm trying to get in your your department scheduled the meeting right well. It's something like that but at least you'll be able to talk shop and you'll have an idea of what they may. Maybe going through to your point unless you're looking for a job in h._r. Don't spend a lot of your time there. Yes if that's the gatekeeper you want to build a a good relationship. That isn't where the depth needs to happen. You should really be focusing on building your relationships with people in operations about operations operations and so they see you in their operations. Trust is a number one key to getting hired in that is really the only way to develop trust is through a referral or a direct relationship and what we're suggesting is because h._r. Is a different function. It may operate differently and that means they may a. B. understaffed. There may be a lot of reasons but no excuse makes it feel better when it happens. That's true and what we i would encourage you to do is was just take another swing right. Go find another company. Remember what got you to that interview in the first place. Go do more that because you're you're gonna drive yourself. Crazy easy waiting for someone else to take action on your candidacy. I may have said this before but i generally follow the idea that you follow up the week. After an interview or initial contact i then wait two weeks for a second follow up. <hes> wait another two weeks with a third follow up and in that message say hey. I'm interested and i don't want to pester you so i oh leave the ball in your court hope to hear from you and leave it at that because if after six weeks you haven't heard from them it's time to move on it may be time to move on. It may be time to just send him on incubation schedule to follow up with the person in the operation reassure your h._r. Gatekeepers at that the the abbot of the active follow-up is really keep that short allowed that relationship to live on its own mm-hmm as best you can through your networking with the people in the industry that do what you wanna do not about the job itself and don't stop looking until tell the day you start work. I agree my to someone can promise you an offer that doesn't mean you're going to get one. I've known people who are given an offer they accept the offer and then something happens to end the job was discontinued so they never got hired and so they never started right. Never stop looking until the day you start work and this is coming from a lot of experience on this site of the microphone right is i've seen it more than once where someone they're in a search. They went through all the interviews they got the promise of of an actual offer and say what my job's done and they stopped looking. The offer never came in. They were two two three weeks down the road. Hey where's my offer right. Sorry it's not common and now i'm starting from zero. I have no other opportunities -tunities in the pipeline. I echo your advice. Don't stop looking until your first day on the job if you're to look at that kind of idea this relates a lot to what we talk about in terms of mindset and the mindset is. I'm not stopping until i'm never stopped looking. I'm always gonna network. You're right. It's keeping that rhythm rhythm that cadences going even though hey i've got the job and i started working. I'm not gonna stop. I'm gonna start this process over again with a little more deliberate approach coach proactive whenever that looks like right something that says okay. You know what i do believe in fairy tales okay. Every story has a happy ending. What's your mindset. Is that okay. I'm going to go look for the next happy ending highly. That's a great idea the wherever you thought you know so you said earlier imagined right imagine agean what it would be like right and if that happened what would that mean for you right. You started thinking about that for yourself. Ultimately i've known of several people well who couldn't find their happy he so they created their own and they went into business for themselves. Now that's not necessarily for everybody that also is an option and and when i've been on that fine edge where you do the consulting work and people don't wanna hire a consultant because they don't want your time and attention drawn away from there were but at the same time i will never stop doing what i love doing a you can either employ me full-time and i'll devote myself to it or if you're not going to engage me then that's fine. I'll do what you need me to but i'm going to continue to do the things that i love and it can be a hobby for now. What what else side-hustle would have you know contracting a freelance thing on the side. How common is the gig economy now. Many of us have second secondary and dairy of of course we can go into a whole podcast dark side gig but the the idea here is that ghosting happens yes but it's not your problem. It's it's the company's problem and they need to do something about it. If you talked to any forward thinking h._r. Leader he's going to tell you we would never operate that way and that's how you know that you have a good h._r. Department is how do they treat their candidates because they recognize that the candidate is also possibly a customer car or also is gonna carry that into the future and with things like glass door. They can't afford that. That's another podcast that we can do but i really don't don't be the ghost and don't take it personally when you're ghosted that does it for this episode of job seekers radio you can get all the show notes and resources in the link down down below or at job seekers radio dot com forward slash zero five six while you're there. You should see the link to a free resource that we've created. It's called anatomy of networking conversation. It's an e book that andrew and i put together would love it if you've download that and take it to heart yes and it comes actually with a series of audio so there's the there's the book and then there's audio that comes with that walks you through the anatomy of the conversation itself so thank you for joining us for this episode of job seekers radio. Your investment of time time and attention is greatly appreciated head on over to itunes and subscribe to get those future episodes while you're there click. The five-star plays ways. I don't know you don't have to cook five star but at least leave us a rate and review. We liked the feedback and we like to spread the message so do whatever you can. If you have questions for us. Let us know there are multiple ways to get in touch with us so let us know if there's something that you want us to discuss specifically and we'll be happy to do that while i'm andrew and i'm scott until next time according to justin timberlake the best part about being alone is that you really don't have to answer to anybody <music>. You do what you want.

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The Traders Journey - Inactivity

The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast

07:19 min | 1 year ago

The Traders Journey - Inactivity

"Today's episode is proudly brought to you by try to cops the double bay dot com. Join up for the free biweekly video newsletter with myself my table, keep you up to date on the moves that are in this crypto market now if you want to learn how to make money with the market goes up or down go to try to call dot com. Now. Vitrey to Cobb crypto show talking business influx. Jane? Welcome to try and go crypto shirts at day is one of those wonderful episode that is titled the trade is Jannie and tonight is about inactivity. And the reason I bring this up is because recently, we have seen a lot of inactivity across the top ten now if I talked to you right now about what has been the last wall couple of weeks even throughout the entire start of two thousand and nine thousand nine it's got to be spoken that the be haven't seen a huge amount of activity that want to talk about activity. I'm talking about trends, I'm talking about tradeable markets, and as you are all very privy to. I am a trend trade up. And when I don't have good trends will naturally I don't have good setups. All good trays, which means you got two choices you can sit out and do nothing all you can trade within the chop and more than likely give money back to the market. Now a couple of things. Come up when I bring this subject to mind two things. The first thing is that you can basically trae within that chop and more times than not you'll give money back. Now, the issue with this is to size of thinking about one is often paid we'll think of how to good November December November and December trading strategies that I'd trade, and if you've learnt and going through my causes those a really fantastic trays December was very quiet up until roughly about the that should not roughly the date was the nineteenth of December. And across the top team. We saw theory. I oughta minero and bitcoin amongst others outside the tops in setting up for wonderful for crypto cradle trades that had basically perfect security and really good opportunities. Now, those trays ran on very very well. I oughta against the US dollar was the one I took and did very well from that. Now it turned out. I should look some narrows it turned out that because of those trades relatively taught. Stop losses are either risk was well the entering stop with quite taught. So therefore, the risk was the same dollar amount. But a tot little entering stock meant the move if it was further or bigger or longer or larger. However, you wanna put it it meant lodger prophets. And of course, what happened was it did move very very well. The thing is we'd November being a good mother November was more or less a really good month based more. So on the bitcoin short from fifty seven hundred and did document that. The rest of the month apart from that bitcoin trade was relatively quad. But that was seventeen to one reward re-stripe. So naturally, it was a really Rudy NAS reward that being said we went into December the very little through December until that nineteenth. And then did very well coming into the end of the year moving through into the beginning of the next year. I'm more or less didn't do a great deal because I took a few days off. I didn't watch the market did whatever I wanted. I stood back to a certain extent. I still do the scan. But that wasn't a great deal that it'd be to that then rounds through into the early stages of January for about the seventh on, and that's what I went and had a holiday up in a one of a part of the world with my family, friends and had a great time. Now as much as I was still scanning doing my scans. And watching the market. There was very little actually came about one trader have had in two thousand and nine thousand nine was lot coined bitcoin absolutely amazing setup on the daily, and it was actually a stop out. So I lost money on that trait. I'd s-. Still take it any day of the week. And I'm very proud of it tried a really will whited why should for long time for that. And a great trading day chestnuts. My first target by about point Nana sat. So again, the first two trades more year, I was looking at two trays to be sort of cities to white to see if I could get my either in after taking a break watched a couple I watched in Washington watchdog within two three weeks of watching our disorder does going to take a train had. I back him as I am. Now back in Sydney in my office looking at these charts and trading as if it was the middle of the year. I'm now looking at these markets, and I say very very little going on with bitcoin, for example. Yes. Today's twenty four hour candle. It basically stayed within a range of one hundred dollars very very small. We are not seeing and this will come out days out of this. But my point is we're not seeing really big moves right now a want to see what the market does. I'm happy to sit back and be in active. If you are. Thinking you've done. Well, and you're going to have a at this. And the that what it does is it sends the wrong message to your head trading is about psychology. It's about speaking to different parts of your brain. Now, we think that we operate ourselves on a level playing field that we always make her own decisions. But it's actually your sub conscious that is being fed information and signals your whole life that really rules your conscious mind. So therefore as trade is being that if you've been in it for a long time or a little bit of time if you'll relatively new I'm talking five years or less you've not trained you'll Brian enough yet subconsciously to make those decisions. So naturally, it's much more difficult to not take trades through. Periods of inactivity for me. I don't mind unhappy with on fine with it because I've done this for long enough. And I know as bizarre as this sounds doing nothing is often with money is made in those periods of time. So what I'm saying to you is this goes you're going to face periods. Where it feels really differ. To not take trades. It feels very very hard to sit out and do nothing. But these are the moments that really decide your future going forward because when times are good way prophet when times and not we sit out. That's what professional tried is do others. They trade the same all the way through and what I see through mentoring his people that will take great trades in great trends and do very well. But they'll also take terrible trades in crappy trends because they feel like they need to do something. So, ladies and gentlemen, in activity is your friend. Let this be a test for you let this be a lesson. Let this be something that you learn from because if you don't learn how to do nothing and being active. Well, you don't really have a future hit the SUNY work that at the better off you're going to be the fantastic day speech is very very soon. Bye for now. The trade called crypto podcast is hosted by Craig called all try to cope courses products and tools can be found at trade ACOG dot com because experience met is.

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Anime NYC 2019 Recap and Weathering With You Review-APP027

The Anime Pad Podcast

51:37 min | 10 months ago

Anime NYC 2019 Recap and Weathering With You Review-APP027

"Pardon it's your boy here ride and it's gonna be another great day of anime pad podcast i know we have been missing you guys we've been gone we've been outta outta town we've been at conventions out of stuff we've been a little busy but you see if you've followed the podcast you'll see some of that is up and you can enjoy all that great goodness of content and news in anime industry and all that good stuff and if you haven't then their sum up and guess what this episode is gonna be a review of enemy NYC twenty nineteen we're going to talk all the people that we talked to you interview we'll talk about the con- floor we're gonna talk about industry news that we saw in got talk about anything we'll talk about the weathering with you east east coast premiere US east coast premiere august of legal and i'm going to give a little review of weather and we do so we don't give you the whole shebang boom on this episode episode really quick just a rundown and in our next episode we probably need to talk about some animated i'm currently watching i think that'd be great yeah yeah we haven't and done in a while so definitely do that next episode but let's get this enemy between nineteen review going bloom yes who so yes so we got up there the day before the convention started and automatically town was high you know all the news was coming out we were still pushing pushing out news on our blog enemy pad dot wordpress dot com all that good stuff on the news that we were getting prior to kind starting when we got there thursday and friday i got there two hours early to the time luckily they opened the convention center up but they were still setting up the convention jn when i got there like still setting rich registration was fully set up and i have bought tickets to lantis match siri seri- concert twenty nineteen concert and that that booth they had a separate registration booth to pick up your tickets for that that would team set up so there was still setting when i got there i was able to really look around just a regular registration area and some of the photo op up areas before anything opened up so that was pretty cool saw everything they had banner wise on the outside the con- on floor still wasn't open even even the conflict wasn't set up i was like running into vendors like high plan and and others that hadn't even you even got to their booth anything to set up so it's pretty cool to get there early and run into some of these people and talk to them and you could see there's plenty of video content that i got out everywhere see though my social media or on facebook rise meeting inc or instagram rise media inc august stuff is is up there somewhere plenty of content throughout the whole week but the whole weekend but friday was kind of a kind of a somber day i mean they had to open open ceremony which i was right there front and center right in front of peter which is the owner of enemy esi you and they had the japanese ambassador there they had to new york representative being and then they had since they're celebrating celebrating since they were celebrating the fourth anniversary of gundem or the creation of gun they had a sign of their the creator of gun he was is there the opening ceremony so it was really it was really like pumped up and exciting to just have that open ceremony like that and i'm standing there front brunson right in front of them so we got some footage of that that's up to somewhere on the site or on the social media look out for that but just just that they awarded a tomato sign with with some proclamations gundem day you know good stuff so is pretty exciting a and then right after that they opened the con- floor in the place just exploded i'm talking just exploded like a mass hysteria forty thousand people charging into the con- floor and it was just it was just it was like something something i had never experienced with it would convention where i'm i'm there early enough to where the conflict is an open and then boone forty thousand people just rush in i'm talking about screaming yelling jubilation to get to the conflict it was crazy they rang a bail all this crazy easy stuff so it was just that opening ceremony was so so awesome and to be in a mixed with all the press we're talking about everybody even the japanese press was there are ashy TV and a tv tokyo always representatives from japan with her so it's really great it to be in that mix and just and just mix in with his press and and really really filling my spot in his anime world so it was pretty good for that i mean i was pretty much donald blurred up there for the most part which is a pretty crazy but there are was and i didn't know how press was gonna go so for this year i had set up a lot of interviews and last year twenty eighteen i didn't get much of interviews as far far as the gas voice actors anything like that i got a lot of industry people and the companies for sure but on the other end i didn't get that so i wasn't expecting it to really have anything and then the day of they hit me with all these emails like boomed he you gotta interview with justin burner bone you got an interview with lease boom you gotta interview robbie dame game view it to mean assan i'm like what i i got an interview with a gun and creator now this ain't real this ain't real this is not real so so yeah all this was coming now now and that was just like i basically friday i never saw com floor i didn't see the conflict friday that's how crazy press was i wound up going to a couple of panels ecorse i had to go to the day brought in dr stone artists bleach e sign they brought him in korean manga artists they brought him in from korea and just because dr stone is just so crazy popular right now like the craziest is the most awesome shown in show that i've seen in a long time that's not like your basic shonen anime is so crazy noticed scientific stone world is just so crazy to see and people grasp this anime engines there's so many seine kuh kost plays and so many people at the doctor stone panel just crazy crazy and bucci signed to watch him draw three live art posters and see his art style how with with a paintbrush a like a a wet little paintbrush PIN is just remarkable just remarkable and of course did the writer on that show is the guy from i show twenty one so already knew the writing was going to be on spot so that's just a great great great show is just so great oh my goodness it's so great thank you believe she signed for not trying to run for president of south korea thank you thank you i really i appreciate your your a manga skills and this is a guy that didn't have money instead he started drawn on the back of newspapers with ink thank pants that he found around on the ground so if if if he can do it you can do it so get out there and and draw and follow your dreams to be a manga artist because is you can be in a third world country poor and get it done and if you're in the US i'm pretty sure you got better chances so crazy crazy just is just a crazy time so friday justin brenner dr talked with him and then also like just with talking to the press and they saw how prepared i was i had you know i had all my gadgets with me and my buddy my buddy couldn't make it to the early round of interviews so say bro where you can get here because he was on another shoot another video shoot he's my videography blake murphy shot bike murphy media blake symphony so he could make his shoe size at bro if you can just get here and pick up your press badge that'd be awesome and then we can we can rock when we can walk regan rocket like when you get here or if you gotta get your press badging go that's cool too because we can come in and straight saturday morning in iraq because we we were like booking interviews left right just left and right depressing like at the idea one interview they seen how all my set at was and 'cause i i recorded audio and i recorded the video they saw him i said it was i had my mic flag all that good stuff due due to serious about this annexed so they start booking me for more interview just like on the spot and so so friday was just like back-back back-back interviews back-back interviews i'm getting some pictures of costs players you know all that stuff i'm still getting that my my little con family shout out to my con- family jasmine of can't take all their names on spot but they were they were cool i just met them i just met them online and then dan daily as we go into enemy NYC less link-up and so we linked up with them and we just had a ball we had lunch together they played so i took bitches at him and everything and it was just crazy so my buddy finally got there to pick up his press badge on friday it was late late friday and he was a man a man hungry sounds like cu we can get food 'cause i hadn't i hadn't eaten the whole day i had like breakfast before i got to the kind we're talking like two one o'clock two or three o'clock had eaten all day because we'll just run around running around and finally we got those tacky yoko balls you know an octopus balls carl's balls sat out to carl's balls and that's kars with k. im- balls just like a sound so good i didn't have to fly to japan to get these do was out there in in his food truck or is food shack and they will knock knees octopus balls out bro soga so if you never had it you can definitely get into new new york new york i know for a fact you ain't got to go to japan to go to new york and get it caused ball shout out to them lovely wife and a husband out there doing that and you know i got a couple of shots at him and everything they were cool legit people but man if it was good so i'm i'm eating with my family i'm eating with blake videography and we're sitting there at a little table we're talking chatting by anime and then next thing i know oh so a group of guys walked by and i'm like man does guys look for a million i mean i stopped eating as these guys look for me bro and and i was like oh that's already sea world one that's still that's that's the anime house news man ran over there how can we get some we wrap can we get some pitches which out and they were like a as kuku and the one the one guy named being he's tall kind of like a almost a caramel scan guy he's a guy that they'd always like he he's got always takes the ales in the group and i just i was just like bro you got ted him let you win sometimes man hey lately as again you're right you're right but shoot man we we we did you see two three years you taking ails man it's time if you get away in here and he was like yeah you're right i'm gonna talk to someone but man dan just those guys like straight coup may alike series anime fans man like we had a quick low ball with them we took this this group shot like it was like some doug dot we enemy shot photos or whatever and i never i will never forget that those reduced height they cool like man i would love to hang with them again and they have a con coming up actually that they're putting on called dream con it's it's out in their hometown waco texas so hey is coming up twenty tawny to get on that look out for that i put him i put in my request four i think i did not i didn't yes it did no nothing i just looked at it but i'm gonna put my request for sure so yeah those guys are great and then friday so then like my boy he's like i gotta go i gotta go so this is a little bit after that but we got some some shots we took some photos you know cost players and things and we went back to the press room and he packed up and left i didn't have any more interviews news but the last series twenty nineteen concert was coming up and the tickets sold out literally online before afforded kind the tickets sold out in literally ten minutes every ticket sold down ten minutes like i was like and i'm sitting there at twelve o'clock when they went live and i literally let ten minutes go by and they were gone gone so then enemy when it seems like ooh we're gonna we're gonna find some way to sell more tickets we're going to get some standing room so to standing room tickets came out like two three weeks later and i i i was able to snatch one of those they were like thirty bucks snatched one and i was like man so i was talking to the press guys and we had like i haven't been talking i'm talking to him so we were kind of like getting getting comfortable and they're getting comfortable my outlet and everything and seeing how iraq how do my journalism my my straight anime journalism earn lizard like hardcore style and they were like man serious about li yeah yeah so we're talking to talking about the concert was like him and i hate i hate that i i can only get to standing room ticket because you know i was gonna spend the VIP one hundred twenty five or whatever it was then matt i was going to spin it and they were like all really you go into that i'm like yeah i'm going that log jam project zach true true and then a guilty kiss in guilty kiss i didn't even really not music but i was like the other threes might is my jam sorry i gotta go see them so they like will we not going and we got these pressed press passes for it and i'm like okay they oh you bet i do that bad boy right on top of my see ticket standing room i do it right i'm talking i'm i went to the concert i'm sitting in the second row second row baby it was crazy i bought my little bought another blade because i bought a blade from last year which was any song matt siri twenty eighteen so i bought a blade dish year which was lantis matt sherry twenty nineteen so i felt pretty pretty pretty stoked about that sitting second row and rocking out jam now offer good i mean it was so it was such a great concert in guilty kiss i didn't know they would add height like i really enjoyed guilty kiss come to find out and i'm sitting there with some of the some of the japanese of gas and some of the japanese representatives like i'm sitting right there with him and they're rocking out on rocking out i'm like everybody's feeling good the fan boys are going crazy crazy you you know and it was just a good time and that was friday so dan saturday i was like okay i know i got booked up for a lot more interviews but i have to get to the conflicts some point i have to so i met with my family again like i got there first thing in the morning and amid up my family took some more we don't you know taking some more pitches they had like the group kospi group photo ops so i took some pictures with damn and took some more player pitches and stuff i think i hit one or two panels i hit any plex of america's panel and they were just showing like the titles that they have that they're putting a home video for the most part nothing like super pop and with them it was just crazy crazy like pandemonium everywhere a shout out to vancouver black cost i wind up going to her panel and i recorded a little bit of it her and her three two girls i recorded a little bit of her panel and now she's a she's a blur costs player up in NYC so i recorded some of their panel for them kinks and curls you know all about either having curly kinky blurred hair air or wearing your weeks would blurred her so that was a great great panel really really inspiring really informational and i recorded a little bit of that through it up on the page so somewhere it's on some social media is somewhere somewhere you gotta find it on the facebook rise media inc is somewhere if you want to see it is is blown up i know that for a fact that was blown up last time i looked at it but it's definitely out there and they're they're cool people amazing amazing costs plays august stuff so i ran out of their went to another panel in like okay i got these interviews i gotta do so saturday today was saturday was who was satish sanity i believe was to me no sign i wanna say yeah yeah it was camino sign i had to sign gonna crater in a had had one more and i can't off the top of my head yeah i think the thing but my videography blake he couldn't make it saturday at all so i was like i was little bummed about that but he was like sunny i'm definitely coming to you you got me all day we're going to make this pop psych cu we 'cause most of my interviews we're gonna come up on sunday oh so saturday that's i was i had an they so code gi is they had the whole group they they had the the producer of kogas they had to rider ryder kogas and they had sort of producers taniguchi sign and a- coochie sign was the rider writer for kogas so he was there they had the animator for kogi is and they had the voice actress for cece which was yukon and she was there so they did a press conference with us and basically explained a little bit about resurrection lucia lucia the resurrection they explain a little bit about that which i saw months many months ago they explain a little bit about that and why they brought it back in and how that got off the ground and then they kinda hinted at what's next you know on they say yeah you know we did ten years and you know there's another ten years is possibly oh whatever whatever's going to be whatever the title is going to be whatever you know if you saw the movie which they did screen movie anime and see if you saw the movie movie at the end they leave very open ended for lose four people in the gel to like for something nelson pop off so is pretty crazy it's pretty crazy and just enjoy i really enjoyed that press conference i got to ask my questions and i kinda put a coochie sign i kinda put him on the spot because i'm like hey bro you're writing this story sorry would you have in mind for the next ten years and he was like i'm gonna pass on that and i'm i'm gonna give it to tanaguchi which is producer looser he's like i'm gonna give him let him give me a direction to go and then our righted i'll write the dialogue doc in the because we find out really he he says he's really a a screen writer or a screenplay writer scriptwriter than actual nablus alice most of the time you you turn a novel into a movie and you write a script for the movie but from what could you say so if taniguchi gives him the idea then from that idea or that at that or at one like one act seen or us they do like like one chapter chapter something like that based off that one chapter idea ten kuchi can take it and make a whole movie at it so that's that's how his brain works he can make the whole movie out out of of whatever so like top notch so topnotch oh my goodness and i just i just enjoyed that i enjoyed it i got into did at that because they asked me on by hey we got this co- gear anime USC funding nation a press conference do you want to be in it boom i'm i said yes some you've got to ask me just write me in bro just ride mehan shout out to them laura roth of that company beneath that a PR company that handled the press team they were amazing they were amazing so shout out to them shelby can and jira and anthony shout out to them shout out to them if they listened to the podcasts or whatever i know they checked me out sometimes but shat out to them they were great press crass team i hope all three of them come back they are my buddies now my friends i sent them a little some some after the convention was over so shout out to them him but they they handled everything who and like every time it seemed like somebody oh or they had somebody come up for apprec- interview whatever i was like boom i'm ready let's go let's go so that will saturday and i mean nepal's the whole day i barely got to count flow a little bit i went to the floor and hang out with my guy he's the localization of the freight fate grant order mobile video game holder mobile role playing game our cow and i hung out with him talk to him a little bit he's like bro he's like still playing the game i'm like no man i'm not playing the game took up so much memory on my phone i had to let it go i had to let it go i can't have my crunchy roll on my phone my disney plus my hulu and netflix on there and then had this game that store unlike gigs and gigs information i can't hold it i say man i stopped playing i took i took it on my phone then i go then then i go but i'm playing in majia record of magical girls which is the other game that's done by any plex of america he looked two he was just like really as a year man i kind of it was less it was less information for that 'cause i've been playing f. g. o. ibew playing a finger in order for a long long time since crunchy ro twenty seventeen when i met albert there and he hooked me up and helped me with the game so i've been playing all all this time and i was just like bro it holes gazing gigs information man i can't i can't keep that on my phone and then watch my shows when i mobile i can't do it so he's like okay well i guess here man yeah man i love i love the setup they had this beautiful beautiful awful setup beautiful play ground if you will like everybody this worked what was really crazed by in mainland see i had never seen a conflict so big i've never seen conflicts so huge the industry people like crunchy ro any plex of america funding nation you name it all the big weeks had these huge like playground boots like the times of just a table and hey here's what we got this is what we selling here's a TV show on it those days are over over now a booth is a full playground like full activities and attractions like if you if you miss this kind life now you better get on it quickly 'cause it was crazy like crunchy roll alone had about three or four activities you can do and just hang out and play like leary play so that was crazy any place of america they had they they now have a tabletop gain tabletop car game now there are playing and then they had all these statues and figurines and an all the good stuff that we love from fake fake grand order the anime or the video radio game they had all this great stuff man it was just all this interactive stuff and it was just odd such a good time and then right across the street for an emma course they had the maji areco or of magical girls gain right across the street from them and i didn't go over there because i was like ours you know i i talked about or something like i'm not gonna go over hang out with them that'd be wrong but everything was just amazing man that kinda floor was so so huge and massive and they had a tasha cars they're all the trick out d called anime cars ars ahead all them and goodness the they have more voice actors than i knew was even supposed to be there like they had voice actors there there wasn't even on the list which is crazy i'm like hold on there signing autographs though mcguinness i needed an interview with them again it's you know just all kind of bail the voice actor for bail koon and voice actor for ornaments from the new movie of is wrong to pick up girls in a dungeon like like they were there and i'm like oh my god i wish i could get an interview with him i wish you can set that up oh my goodness oh my goodness but it was just the conflict issues video games will weigh in a back they had a section where they had like car set up in a deejay booth and people were just over partying and just it just hanging out and discuss has cost play in and it was just crazy crazy fun miss everywhere i even i even hit a i had a booth with where they had the you know i love me some some token sisa i love my supercenter i i love my oats tremain and i love my camaraderie they had a booth ahead all those are the little little gadgets and stuff that i get that i buy from CS toys saturday toes you still still my family that's still my family but these guys had to stuff right in front of me and they had to get from japan and i was just like uh oh man i can't believe you've got this braves how much he was giving you prices i'm like asthma and you got this yes i can't believe that they have this he's here so also like they had a display for kamen rider they were doing kamen rider w at huge display for kamen rider w at the band i booth and i could not believe that the tamasha nations and all that and bluefin they had a booth for comrade and they were showing cammarata w on the TV screen the opening for it and i'm like whoa dick they're trying to bring camaraderie back to america they trying to do it and ws wanted a bigger bigger series wanted a bigger better series of this last era the sl area era so i'm like do they had the bill they had all the guy memories they even had the major major major villain that villain from this series but the villain from his movies camera rider of believes final his name final was fine mm-hmm something like that but he was in the movie they had his belt they had him displayed oh my goodness i can't believe they they really early janet bringing if they bring comrade back to the US dude i am gonna flip i'm gonna flip i'm like hold on i'm gonna have to stop watching camaraderie and japan and and watch the US version because i really think they believe they bring it back i wrote an article on it is on the blog you know how to do but man yeah yeah yeah they had the gun on this play you know there's always gotta be one or two guns around but they they at least had to and so it was just crazy man dan is a crazy crazy kind the they had they had food now this is what they they use it on half food like mixed in with the conflict conflict but they did have food mixed with the counselor and by the council of being so big once you go from so you go from the autographs to like where's and stuff the go from the video games in cars way in the back in the way way back of the car and you keep going left after you just keep going left you run it's all the industry stuff are like fundation inpex america rents all them high shot at the hyde ride i want us to all of them and then after that you know demo video games and all that crunchy road games at run into them you get over to the instead of the dealer stated a artists alabi an upstairs it was all on the same level so you keep going and grew you literally run food which you go need so need storks are more engine gets food just walked all across the client kind floor from from autographs graphs to the initi- to video games the cars now like the closing the wears now you're gonna side with the artist's alley alley so okay get your break get some snags a drink now come to artists alley which was even bigger than last year you come into artist al you you still selling wares and t shirts and all that and clothing hype land shouted them shout out to newer sazor with their things call anywhere anywhere lying which is anime street where so sat out to them they're doing things and then you get into the people with the actual drawings and posters else's and all that and it was just it just meghan hughes is just make a huge i'm so embarrassed to say the i didn't get to see the entire conned floor i'm so so embarrassed to say that but in between get into panels getting news going into the press interviews you know charge them a phone or charge my batteries on something and then getting there early to wait for interview you or or checking in to see if the other interviews and then going back to the conflict taking pitches constantly is doing all that like i didn't get the whole weekend i didn't get to the entire floor but really the confluence just that freaking huge it was just bad huge debt he's crazy so sonny sonny rolls around so saturday i wind up going out with my con- family in gin rummy i've never had like real rahman never never had head so i had raymond with my family for the first time at this little shop in midtown midtown manhattan really grace by they were awesome because i kind of know what i'm talking about with my rahman even though i've never had ramadan no what i'm talking about my ramadan no what i'm talking about when my sacchi i am other japanese cuisines they gave me a free bottle sake so wind up sharing sake whip mcconnell family and and we all poured each other a cup we had about two rounds of of sake and it was a great night it was great it was a great nightcap on saturday night of kind and just just a good time just a great time all the way around showed up to my car family now you guys are great thanks thanks for bringing me into fo we're gonna do again twenty twenty you know it so sunday rolls around and i got i got an interview country row shoutout to lauren shout out to you don't forget your name ever again i see you too much too many economy everybody get your name shout lauren who is over events immediate immediately over events knocked the director turbine mealy over events of row so shout to her we we did a really good quick interview five ten minutes whatever just talking about everything crunch oh has gone on at the con with titles back at the shop audit good stuff was was looking forward to next year they got a lot of titles that they're licensed licensing unseen now so and of course dr stone is one of the titles that they licensed exclusively to crunchy rose so really really is it's crazy what they're doing they're getting bigger and bigger they just took over the vs media part of your so now crunchy row owns does autos titles not all those titles but those streaming rights those licensing rights for europe so that's pretty exciting just just the whole conscious crazy so sunday did injury crunchy row and in sunny ham i have most of my major interviews and a bunch of more interviews came up we talked a tide habit corn like i say we talked to lisa ortiz we talked to the new voice of ash ketchum sarah we talked to who else we talked to rob dame shots robbie damer whoo damn zouk missouri missouri missouri shout rival damon nestor boy that's the home that's homeboy home family the STL stand up beach you'll chess all that stuff we always talked robbie daymond whenever wherever he's at whenever we see them we always gotta rap robbie that is the guy that is our guy so shot to robbie obvi- so we talked to him and blake was with me the whole sunday so we got all those interviews on video aw in everything and then i i try to figure out if i miss an interview yeah the interviews were crazy interviews craze is that day and then i had to leave blake because they had the US premier weathering with you that night and that was dabbled a wrap up uh of the convention so when that movie lead out like that was the end of the convention i gotta go y'all got to get out the javits center it was like that and and this movie was so epic but before i got to that i was like hey blake blake went off and did our montage our our anime music video teaser our wrap up of the confluence cost blaze and all that so he wind up going to do that while i went to do the move while i i went to see the movie so i can review it and we can talk about it right here on the pie cast or on a blog if you're there if you checking us out there but but man weathering with you okay so of course it's done by g k is is the study of you know professor ghibli sir study of him and mcaddo is just amazing just amazing is still ghibli there is still a jubilee quality but it's modernize it's a millennial lies almost but it's still it's still got that this dig at the g. keys or the studio ghibli fields still got that it's got that that heart in that like magic mystery a fantasy is still got that but now we're getting it in CD's like we can relate to it now like a lot of the studio ghibli stuff like yes it was amazing mazin but they were always outside they always outside he's weird towns or these weird like islands or something but now with you know wedding with you and fireworks and the those type of movies debt that mcconnell is putting out now they're like they're in towns and cities in tokyo we can relate to them more for i'm so shot the mix of because usually don't mix fantasy in urban is using not a good mix i i read i read fantasy urban books and they're really cool but you really don't get that you when you think fantasy you think of woods in ills and people skipping through like long passages and caves and dundas you'd think that but now you got into real world with cities in subways he's an in basically all the same stuff in fantasy but but modernize into this CD urban platform and like people can relate to it more especially the younger generation they can really relate to this because it's like allow so basically i'm not gonna ruin the whole entire movie aware them with you because it comes is on january january fifteen sixteen so that'd be the entire US premiere of weathering with you january fifteenth sixteenth you can catch it you can catch two days two days they got it for you the guy for you is here also got a bunch of weather with you posters so so i made a fedex and posters back for my again shiquan my my alma mater has any club called shinkin i saw fedex back axum whether you posted all of them can get a poster i was so excited to do that i'm like because they gave they hey we got more weather with you puzzles bro how many can i give you can take them all if you no problem i i i i went right to a right upstairs to the fedex store put them bad labuschagne have loved to ship them back to me by the time i got home two days later i had them yeah they're crazy but whether with you is basically about this girl that somehow connects with the weather with the weather spirit and we come on this this modern city yes she connects with his weather spirit she can control the weather now has been raining in tokyo nine stop nonstop like people are so sick of the rain and it won't shut off and now you're starting to get signs of flooding stuff like that so this girl she finds that she can control the weather and this boy this boy that's like down on his luck he is a job as like a reporter as a like a like a PI and from his utterance from his does oh man or whatever and he winds a finding his girl lino we know through dude like journalism tactics and PI taxes he finds his girl he's a hey you're that girl that can control the weather and like they have this like little kindling of like love and hanging out and he builds a he builds a a job he makes a job out of this he makes as the online job i'd it is where you can hired a whether whether girl to make the sun come out for an event or something and so they're collecting canal money 'cause she's broken she's taking care of brother stuff like that and it's just it's just an amazing story there's some tragedy there's some there's some fights there's there's some mythical like all kind of goodness you get that still like you know we're every every action there's a consequence soclean's almost in studio ghibli fields in g kids films there's always that and this is no different there is a a conflict there is a a there there's there's an issue with being able to control the weather with with that having that power there comes a condition and just i'm again is it it it ends it ends great but also oh ends with a kind of open ended you can almost do a withering with you too if you will i'm just dropping a bomb i'm not trying to spoil the whole thing for so you guys but yeah it was just that crazy and of course you can get it you can get it january fifteen sixteen all across our nation US yeah get it get it and go watch it go watch it it's a quick i think it's like two hours of some so quick it's a quick two hours in some you wouldn't even know that tom pass it was just that quick but it was great to see that the US east coast premiere that was so great debt wrap the con- they kicked aside after that we were like yelling and screaming and and like having fun as they were kicking us out and just means music is players i think the final total for the conventions like forty six six thousand forty seven thousand people for that weekend for the whole kind i was like oh my goodness that's crazy that mean that means six six thousand people alone bought tickets extra tickets for saturday and sunday just come so it was crazy just to just to beat her in the mass and just get all these interviews with with the voice actors that i admire and i have all this i have all these questions about you know rolls and things like that and and lisa ortiz was so great because i had i talked to eric stewart months ago and we talked about slayers could slaves one of my favorite are your animals so i brought that up to lisa and our eyes just lit up and she's like oh i love eric and i told her about eric said about the eating scenes and she just loved that and and just slayers just one of my one of my top gateway animated slayers was and we talked about fox box we talked about fox kids sonic x and all that like autos gateway animated that came on fox you know finding food on shaman king all those great ones i'll i'll that came out and and like nobody really knew four keys when one piece i came out oh my goodness don't give me started y'all don't get started the dubs back then they were so stellar oh my goodness no give me started these guys will pioneering anime so shut out the lease sardi's and eric stewart you check out both of those i i did the eric stir interview on the podcast and lisa ortiz of video there's actually video you can get that on a youtube so man shot to them like my gallery and lina inverse does i i just i just combined my my volt shine when i when i got those two interviews together so that's that's pretty crazy and great i just love of it man i love the enemy i see it is so crazy and good and i just love new york i just love walking out my apartment or i rent apartment when i'm there so i love walking out the apartment happened on the subway getting right now to jefferson and getting off the subway walking straight into the kinda just like nick mingling with the same people that knows the same things i know love the same things i know looking for the same things i am is we can talk engine i can hang out we can go get rahman and just just be weird and goofy and not be like oh what are you doing is just crazy so many great kaas players there's i linked up with so many great press people ladder blurred action an enemy my see so if if you're blurred i see has is representing big time big time so just MAC hands down hands down best kind of twenty one thousand nine for me best between nineteen irene cure i missed a lot of them some i missed a lot of other ones but eight is is is that's the bread and butter that's the bread and butter economists say until something else the thrones it until i get into maybe like san diego comic con or or new york comecon or maybe anime expo maybe if i get into those they'll have competition but until then enemy is the big dogs the top dog and it will remain i don't even know if they can get bigger this year so big i don't know they can get bigger or better if they could just keep this wave i'll be good i love it but this is gonna wrap the episode guys enemy y c twenty nineteen review recap august don't off-again guys you could check out everything that i've posted with his video with his social media blasts whether whether it's articles that are written august of is on our platforms some social medias you can follow me at rise media inc on facebook you can follow me rise me the ankle instagram you follow me on twitter order as our our d. and then also don't forget our sister channels are other platforms you know the enemy pad that wordpress dot dot com or blog it's got a lot of things on there a lot of videos a lotta written good content and then of course on a youtube page e. t. w. or express pristine way get every video that we did from anime when i see a lot of good other stuff too so yeah this is gonna wrap another another great episode of the enemy pay podcast and don't forget to like subscribe raiders whatever you wanna do thumbs up thumbs down i don't okay leave a comment i comment right back so let us know if you'd like 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Seth Berkman, Author

The Sporting Life with Jeremy Schaap

13:29 min | 1 year ago

Seth Berkman, Author

"This is the sporting life on ESPN radio and the ESPN app here's jeremy schaap last here at the winter olympics donna shing thing happened when north and south korea had one women's ice hockey team in the tournament app and you can listen to new editions of the sporting life every saturday and sunday morning on e._s._p._n. radio and e._s._p._n. app beginning at six a._m. eastern time with each other that remarkable union that remarkable confluence of events is the subject of a new book by seth berkman a team of their own how an internet we're speaking with seth berkman about his new book team of their own how international sisterhood made olympic history about the joint team in women's ice hockey title sisterhood made olympic history and seth berkman joins us now set thank you for being with us thank you for having me jeremy i mean it was one of those things where the north korean south korea of fielded at the winter olympics last year in south korea so how did it happen how how how asian thaws which give usually it seems false hope how extraordinary was this it was very extraordinary did this sports diplomacy get fashioned actually kind of started months before so in the summer of two thousand seventeen kind of angry about it just because you know they had been training for four plus years for this moment and then all of a sudden they're being told south of the hermit kingdom the the the enduring enmity between north and south with just the very south korea named a new minister for colts archer co culture arts and sport and kind of just very randomly throughout remember i was actually with the team they have training camps in minnesota every few months and so they had just left their final training camp before the olympics this was about two three weeks before the games are going to start and i had just gotten home that weekend i remember scrolling through the new york times casually and seeing the note saying that has been agreed upon the unified team is going to happen and that was kind of like wait what like how when and then talking with can you might just add these kinds of north korean players your team just a couple of months before the games eventually the president of south korea moon jae-in supported the idea you saying to yourself how can this possibly happen you know we're we're you know we're accustomed to stories about kidnappings perpetrated by the north against national airport which is the main airport around seoul and so they're getting their baggage and kind of working on their phones waiting for baggage that come through and they're just getting kind of has kind of things happen in south korea when it comes to north korea relations it just kinda petered out and you know these flames of hope just kind of you know the players on the team later on they were in flight heading back to south korea as the news happens so they didn't know really until they landed that gets in sean internet then saying that this is going to happen so you can only imagine what their reactions were just kind of all of a sudden being thrown into kind of its geopolitical statement your people from the and the IHS which is the international ice hockey federation also kind of backing it so it started to build some momentum but press conference one day oh it would be nice in the upcoming olympics north korea south korea could build a unified team perhaps in women's ice hockey and made olympic history the fact that this did in fact happen that this team played at the he's very high on the korean peninsula and when kim jong un kinda offices olive branch the south korean government people around the olympic committee you're saying hey may you know relatively big news in south korea the time because no one has ever really kind of thought of this and the players coaches hadn't heard anything so they were really taken aback and they were really always with north korea but then new year's eve new year's day i should say two thousand eighteen kim jong un goes on state run north korean television and really surprises way and so all korean government and kind of their effort and wanting to kind of improve relations with north korean any kind of way because you have to remember it is time the months before north korea's doing these missile launches can his kind of rhetoric with donald trump is at an all time high so tensions are definitely uh i guess you could say against it and those those seem to tend more towards a very younger generation kind of twenties thirties world 'cause he says i think it would be a great thing if north korean athletes compete in the upcoming winter let's switch by that winter only about five weeks brought up earlier which is the women's hockey team speakers seth berkman about his new book is fascinating new book team of their own how international sisterhood talker say this covers the whole gamut of people but it can kind of very broadly be broken up into two camps obviously those in favor of unification and those who are kind of did that lead to very interesting because i think even south korean government themselves weren't ready for the kind of response and towards unification in general aren't as strong but then you do have a much older generation who grew up around the korean war they remember how did this unified team perform when it comes to actual performance on the ice the team ended up losing all of their olympic games so koreans who haven't grown up with any kind of real attachment to north korea and just know north korea kind of as antagonistic neighbor their feelings ever got invited to a point of any real meaning and so talk died down over the summer and a lot of the team thought okay it's going to just kind of nothing's going to happen just like at the olympics of course in two thousand eighteen in south korea with north korean and south koreans on the team what kind of hopes and expectations visiting north korea having family members from north korea when korea was still just one country so this idea of unification still means very much to them let's see how we can take advantage of so the wheels in motion very quickly to try and see let's see how we can get three napoli's over here and kind of the first choice was the awhile it did make a very big kind of geopolitical statement one thing that happened was by adding twelve north korean players the team two weeks before the olympics in a way playing well they played a lot of college teams in NCW division one teams wisconsin minnesota those teams and they were able to give you know teams with protesters for both sides kind of you know just shouting rhetoric back and forth towards each other and so it definitely polarized people i do think you kind of brought down the quality level of play even entering the game south korea was ranked about eighteen in the world so for them expected to win a game and and european powers north american powers of the sport would have been they would have had to play kind of the perfect game i do think leading up to the olympics they were potential that they could compete with the world's best but once north korean players team in the iot mandated that at least remorse three players had to dress for each games perhaps though the government was not expecting as much of a backlash low towards kind of this idea of the unified team at happened are or is it a one off that has no consequence right now sensually that's a really great question and i think there's levels our own and this gesture this symbolic gesture which seems to embody what the olympic spirit is all about how did the iot and so you did have conflicting sides and very strong arguments for both there were protests off throughout seoul in korea leading up to the olympics every two and every four years where it does bring out just a certain kind of inspiration you do see athletes performing amazing fees that can inspire z.

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How Can I Get My Hollies to Grow Out Instead of Upright?

Your Gardening Questions

05:10 min | 3 months ago

How Can I Get My Hollies to Grow Out Instead of Upright?

"This plant talk podcast is brought to you by stoke seeds for the best selection of vegetable, flower and herbs seeds available go to stoke seeds dot COM cultivating successful growers for generation. As we mentioned. We've got a lot of emails this weekend. one of them came from Teri and Terry says I have to holly seedlings courtesy, if a bird there about twenty four inches high, but they're growing straight up. How can I get them to grow wider well quite easily in at the same time? Need to maybe express some thoughts. Holidays are of mankind's, and there's the American, which is indeed essentially a tall tree over a period of time. Then there are down into what I'M GONNA call the yard and garden size the blue. Jays which are a special strain that have been. Bred and selected, and so on You well. There are other names, but let's just say the blue princess which you can have in numbers along with one male blue prints. They are the kind that it's going to be easy to keep make spread, and that is because when you take the tip off of those twenty four inch seedlings, or go down from the tip, maybe a couple of leaf. In well, let's just say step down two or three leaves from the top. You're going to cause a change in the energy level in the site buds. The dominant bud is the one in the center of that tall stand. And when you take it out, you have unmasked the the religious girl out of the tree. When you take it out, the lead will break into the side buds, the stem lower, when and even if you love this morning and indeed pinch that top out or cut it out, you would funny was. killed. It's done it beyond. It'll be two three weeks before you start to see the side buds open up. They will then grow on out and more sideways. Now one or more of the May try to go straight up again for the next year. You would do the same thing you would take the tip out of it. That causes the plant then to to branch out lower and less less tree, like so without knowing, and and it would be impossible to determine which holly it is. I'm going to assume that most of the time here in. Central area, we're going to be finding holly seedlings that are of a more shrub like type so all he really has to do. Is Go out and pinch house to tip bud or bud down couple three twenty four inches, and I don't know where some new growth or not, but I'm a twenty four inch tall plant in particular down to eighteen inches. I wouldn't go below that maybe not even quite that far, but as soon as you take that dominant. Genetic tendency out of the top of the plant. Break Top. You're going to unmask those side buds, and while off, the plant will be shorter fatter and. We'll more amenable to a home site at this point from this point on can thank the birds for the gift. Yes. I. It's a matter of fact. Yeah, let's let's go on a little further on that. As Holidays holiday, most holidays in our area need help from acid fertilizer. holidays are. More Amenable to rolling in an acidic soil, very where loose and Loamy, and so on now if his germinated, that's a very good sign and I would simply say that without pushing at this point in time by pushing. I would not put on excessive amounts of fertilizer. Use in well. My choice would be to use a water soluble and I'm going to simply name a product miracle I'm sorry Mir acid in this case usually it's recommended at around tablespoon per gallon of water on twenty four, each seedlings, one gallon for each some well right after this president, rain and Former rain. Drained away so you don't have a chance of drowning the plant. Give it one bucket, each or one one gallon each I should say and. It don't pour it onto fast. You don't want running out to the side. You want down around the seething, and that will more or less that with pinching, Lauren, loss assure you of a plant coming on, and doing hopefully great things now we have to hope that one's a boy and one's girl because you will not get. Female flowers on a male plant period. It just doesn't happen so Don't worry about that at this point in time, hope that your luck continues in terms of having to always and then if it happens to be both girls, no boy available, you can go buy talk. PODCAST is brought to you by stokes seeds for the best selection of vegetable, flower and herb seeds available. GO TO STOKE SEEDS DOT COM call waiting successful growers for generations.

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The corona virus - sharing a funny story

Bevs World

11:14 min | 6 months ago

The corona virus - sharing a funny story

"All right, guys, we're going to start today's episode in just a second. But before I do so, I just want to tell you about anchor anchor. FM is a platform for podcast creators like my life. I use it and it's completely free. You don't have to pay any hosting fees or nothing even get creation tools that allow you to record and edit your podcast right from your phone or a computer on the ago you want to get this because you know my opinion on this right? I think everybody should start a podcast about something that you're good at you like dogs start talking about dogs. You might know something that other people don't know bring value by starting a podcast download and crew. FM today. You're not going to regret it regret it regretted. Let's Tom Days episode ladies and gentlemen, welcome to another podcast episode. My name's Bev. You're listening to Bev's world. And today we're going to talk about the coronavirus and wage. It's approximately 10:30 here Swedish time GMT plus one and my neighbors are sleeping. So I got to be a bit quiet but I thought the reason why we're talking about the coronavirus today and why we're talking about it today is it's because it's the 11th of March which means that approximately a couple hours ago the World Health Organization just announced that the coronavirus has become a pandemic and I have a funny story. I want to tell it's not about well, it's I'll tell you in just a bit. I think you'll like it you lunch break in but let's talk a little bit about what the difference of an epidemic and a pandemic is so as you probably know if you've been following this, I don't know if you've The following this since December or January at personally, I started getting a little bit into this in the beginning of January before kind of the hype started and that's not to brag. Oh, I was before everybody. No, no. No, it was just that me and a couple of guys at work. We we saw something that was very different from different viruses that have you know that have been around because every year every second or third year. There's always a new virus that comes right out or something different about this one and it was a little bit of a hush-hush situation. We also got to know that the government or the governor. I think it was dead The Man In Charge in the city of Wuhan, which is the epicenter of the coronavirus outbreak. He got suspended and kicked off of his robe. and the reason for it was because he was too slow to Make this make this a big deal, but he was too slow when it came to alerting the Nation about the seriousness of the coronavirus or covid-19. Whatever. So what we realized then somebody came out with his news, you know in big news organizations weren't talking about it then but what this this news Outlet talked about is this underground news Outlet or if it was a YouTube video. I can't remember but what they said was that the governor or the man in charge and Wuhan got kicked because he was too slow to raise. They you learnt level of the coronavirus and he was too slow to close the borders. To Wuhan right as in a quarantine quarantines a mandatory time where you have to pretty much dead become an introvert go inside or in or if you're travelling you have to you're pretty much stuck. You can't leave. I think you know, what a quarantine is. It's a bit it's super simple to explain but at the same time it's quite difficult to explain but quarantine. How do we sum it up? It's a yeah, it's just a couple of days. It can be a days to weeks where you have to stay put in a specific location. I think that's a good way to explain it. But so he was too late. So guess how many people actually just left Wuhan five million people. left Wuhan before the quarantined as in mandatory quarantine where nobody could leave or come in or leave you on due to the virus so that it wouldn't spread and now the crazy thing about this is that 5 million people that means that the crazy thing was when we heard this mean the boys we were like, this is insane. This is different. This is not something that just happens like that. So we kind of open her eyes on like, you know, we should keep an eye on this and the funny story comes soon. But so I'm just trying to decide how I explain this particular. Yeah, so he he he got suspended right said that like twenty times. But can you imagine the crazy part of five million people left Wuhan? It was during Chinese New Year's right when all of this happened. So there's a lot of people that are traveling internationally, right? So five million people that are potentially hosts of the virus or covid-19 and they're going all over the world. Now, how do you stop dead? You can't and so as I said, we kept an eye on this and then all of a sudden I was looking around on the internet and you know me, I I love em, you know looking for investment opportunities and I think that there's a as you guys know, I think the market is overvalued right now and I made a YouTube video about how I personally think the 2020s the year one the market is going to crash can go check that out on beds World on YouTube anyways So so I talked to my friends. I was like guys there's a manufacturing company called Alpha Pro. They create hazmat suits and P called PPE plastic protective equipment. Right? Like the face masks for companies and Distributors, you know, so they manufacturers this and downloads and I was like, wait a minute. They're only valued at $5 right now per share. So I told my friends had two two guys at work and were like, oh, all right. Well, we'll just throw in, you know, three thousand kroners each, you know, it's not much. I think one of my friends put in five thousand, but we put it in and we waited for a couple weeks and it kept going down and kept going down and came up again and then it went down again to like 4:49 and 4 a.m. Already and he kept you know sinking so in my mind, I was like dang. I have a feeling that this is going to go up but the World Health Organization has to call this app endemic odd before this is going to you know launch and they refused to do and a lot of people have been really pissed off or mad at the this is this his name she'd roast teodros something like that. That's the head of or the head communication officer at World Health the World Health Organization the guy in the middle that always talks and gives the information about if it's you know, the risk level and stuff like that. And so they refused to come out with this and people were going crazy and I was like, it's been a couple of weeks now, you know, it was like two three weeks so I felt responsible. For my friends that have invested and I was like, oh, I can't let this, you know, keep going down and you know that day it was up again. So we went out plus minus right off. Our initial plan was to at least wait for their shareholder leader meeting that would be 3rd of March just to see you know, you know, it could possibly pop by that time right but we decided to to exit right cuz price was back up at the area where we got in so, you know didn't make any huge losses. You know, what happens the next day wage goes from $5. Okay. Just imagine we've been in the stock for three weeks approximately and all of a sudden It pops the day after we exit it pops from $5 to I think $12 then $15 and that week it reached out. How much was it 40. $39 per share $39 per share. No, did it hurt? Yeah, did her like crazy? Yeah wage. I regret exiting. Yeah, because I mean a lot of money it would have been a lot of money and I I kind of feel stupid for exiting the day before it pops. But now, you know, it's back down to I think $11 or something which is like it sounds like nothing compared to where it off but it would have still been a double of our Capital that we put it in. So yeah, that's like in I don't know if this is just quick head head mats, but like an eight hundred percent wage increase So and then you know my friend he was like guys what if what if we put in a hundred thousand, you know, I mean how how low could it go? You know, it's it's not that riskier. I'm like, yeah, it's actually kind of risky, you know, these kind of like smaller type stocks. They they can be very volatile where he don't know where it's going to go, right? So yeah, that's it's it's a little fun song If You're Laughing Now at me screw you all right. That was just a quick story. I just came home from work. I just wanted to stop by and if this story made your day, then I'll make my day by following this on whatever podcast platform you're listening to this on and I appreciate it. I wish you a great day and stay tuned for the next episode can cover the coronavirus a bit more. All right. Take care of it by.

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Dont Wait to Lien. How the Coronavirus is Impacting Lien and Bond Claim Deadlines

The Lien Zone Podcast: A Podcast About Construction Law, Contracts, Liens and Bonds

15:33 min | 6 months ago

Dont Wait to Lien. How the Coronavirus is Impacting Lien and Bond Claim Deadlines

"Hello everybody this is Alex. Barth that with a lean zone DOT com. Today were talking to a fellow attorney in my office. Nick Fernandez how you doing today Nick. Pretty Good Yourself Alex. Good so you're at home. I'm at home Following the CDC guidelines right that we need to keep our distance from one another. They Save Azza. How's IT being Corentin? Honestly business as usual going out to the balcony to get some sun or something. That's about it. Yeah I know. That'd be like on the occasional run which I think is still allowed right under the Miami Dade County Order. Yeah exercising or you can do that. Just needs to stay six feet away from anybody else right exactly so. Let's get right into a nick. We're going to talk today about why it's important to lean early Because we've run into some issues actually in our office right where people waiting a little too long to be nice has resulted in problems. So tell us a little bit about some of the best ways a company can try to collect some of their debts right so to collect the dead. You have many options available to you To do that you can obviously go out to your customer. You can record leans which is a claim on the property itself against the owner or you can make a bond claim if there is a bond Posted for your project. So in addition to doing that you can utilize demand letters lawsuits. Are you name it to to move forward on those rights now? What about the idea that you know? People are a little conscious much more conscious now than they. They may have been in the past about wanting to take too aggressive and approach. What are your thoughts on that? Well all companies are feeling the backlash that the virus has has imposed on the economy so as business slows down. It's conceivable that some of your customers may be unable to pay their accounts as quickly as they previously would. And I'm going to interrupt your nick. I would tell you that. Even if they are there are many that are able currently but because cash is so precious there people that are slowing down their payments as well. So it's not that not all of them can just sometimes they just want to just hold that money a little tighter So what are some of the ways that Were handling that. You're handling that for our clients so we are negotiating their forbearance or installment for the payments that are due and we're doing that in two ways And when I say two ways because what what truly matters is keeping in. Mind the deadlines that you cannot get around. So when you're dealing with leans bombs you have to make that initial claim within ninety days of your last date of work so customers who only need Thirty sixty additional days to pay off their statements of accounts that's acceptable and that's how you can still settle a claim without having to preserve your rights via leaner bond claim but for those customers of our clients that we find need more than ninety days to pay off their statements of accounts were advising that look or advising our clients to communicate to customers and and quite frankly for them. Don't be alarmed by us. Making a bond claim or BIOS recording laying on the project. Just know that all we're doing try preserve our rights. We have approximately one year from making that initial leaner bond claim trucks. You file a lawsuit. So as long as the customers able to become current on that statement of account prior to that one year mark then businesses as usual. And the Party's able to resolve their claims without having to necessitate litigation right so there's a way to be nice but firm is what you're saying right protect your rights do it nicely but recognize that you have your own business to protect and you need to get paid in order to keep paying your employees in pay your own obligations rant insurance right exactly covering yourself is most important during these times. Because that's what you WanNa do but also working with your customers may leave a lasting impact that will maintain that business relationship in the future right. Because you're always trying to balance the I need to get my money now with. I don't want to burn a bridge in the future exactly so to other things to keep in mind right that we do sometimes One piece of advice that I give clients is if you're going to give someone a discount in order to induce payment. Make sure that when you when you do that you condition the the discount on payment by dates Burton so we see sometimes clients with. They'll give a discount and as a result Thinking that it was conditioned on payment. 'cause that's what they may have said but then they never get the payment but they've already issued a credit memo or a discount so if you're going to give credit make sure you say. I will reduce your balance from eighteen thousand to fifteen thousand so long as I get the fifteen thousand by June. I the other thing is payment plans. Why don't you tell us a little bit about payment plans? Which is I guess. You could also call it a note right. Tell us there. There's a benefit to doing that. So there's a benefit to doing it as long as you have it in writing. I mean it's very important that that you note that so the parties all understand the terms. They're they're now agreeing to but the benefit in that is that you can avoid a certain costs that would come with enforcing your rights via litigation. So by doing that you still get the same end result sooner rather than later without having to sort of nickel and dime your clients for something they may have otherwise. Been able to pay you upfront right as well even if you have to liquidate litigating against a payment plan with the proper terms in it of course such as the right to recover fees then. Y-you Which again is very similar to a note. It just makes the case much easier. It eliminates if drafted correctly the claim that will the materials were late or your work was no good. You know you can take a lot of a lot out of that. A lot of that out of the equation if you structure your payment plan correctly. Right corrected eliminates data certainty so When is the best time to lean nowadays? Now that we're running into this These situations should I wait till the last minute. So that's an interesting question. And the reason being is with all the social distancing. They have closed the clerk's offices where you can go in person to record a claim of lean so Is the is the clerk closed? The clerk is not closed. The clerk is still available via electronic. Submissions issue is with those eletronic. Submissions cannot guarantee. That'll be done the same day as if you had walked into the clerk's office so for that reason you need move sooner rather than later. Insecure in your lane writes by Submitting the claim of lean recording earlier than normally would've because allowing ten plus business days for recorder's Office to get you claim of lean is ideal. Because fortunately there's no wage bring yourself to the front of the line does no extra fee you can pay to give your lean priority status it. You just fall in line with everybody else. It's in this day and age when when you would We're from your phone. You can order groceries or a pizza delivered in minutes if not an hour. One would assume that if I'm recording my lean electronially. I'm going to get it done right away. But that's not the case right not at all. It's it's unfortunately if if that's what you think you'd be wrong. What seems to What actually happens is that the people the public officials that currently work at the clerk's office still have to do it manually. The difference is instead of it coming in because you're waiting in line is coming in through this electronic Q. Right exactly yeah and as we have found out Or I should say we told our clients. There's no way to jump around in that queue wherever you are. That's what you're going to have to wait. Why don't you tell us a little bit about the situation? We had recently with a client that had a lean that we were able to overcome But they waited to the last minute which made it harder so it was very difficult. Because had that recorder's Office Been Open. We would have been able to go in person to record it and then we did. We tried and there was a police officer out front. Didn't allow anybody to go inside so instead what we did is we submitted that lean together with David stating look. We try recording on this day prevented from doing so instead. Here's what we're doing. A to attempt to fulfil lean obligation by timely recording. However no guarantees are made because we are walking uncharted. Uncharted WATT upstart. Were navigating through uncharted. Waters here so for that reason you know the the best way to go about. This is to use ample time recording your lanes rather than waiting to the last minute and now you know having this. David certified that we timely submitted online which we are inserted whether the will be recorded on. Because what's important to understand. Is that your Lena. Smart with the date that the recorder that the clerk stamps it not the date submitted to the clerk's website. So what we're telling our clients is when you get to a bad day sixty from your last work. You really should be starting the process of moving forward with your lean. You should not be waiting Past about the sixty to to to do it and you get into very dangerous territory when you get into day you know anything past day eighty Because don't forget it has to be prepared. It has to be reviewed it has to be signed to notarize and then the original or copy will be the old days a week ago. The original could be taken to the office nowadays. You gotta scan of color copy and submitted to the Q. And some counties are a week two three weeks so yeah. Don't don't delay. Let's end nick by talking about Last work you know. I saw the recession people hoping that the well the job is going to start next week. It'll be the week after notably the week. After and they've demobilized they've delivered their materials or not working on the site and then it never came back and therefore they lost their lean rights. Is that a concern. We have in this economy. Yeah the the ongoing concern. This economy is that there is the interruption of construction projects and arising from the interruption of those construction projects. You don't know when your next date of work will be slim Most conservative approaches to consider the last eight. You were on your job as the last date of work meeting. You need to begin tracking your lean deadlines from the last day. You touched that project and counting ninety days from that date because if the project's don't open up and you did have more work to do. You don't have the ability to argue while I hadn't completed my scope of work. That's not an argument. That's viable to vile argument. Is what was your last date of work. And did you make a claim of lean within ninety days of the last eight to preserve your rights? Give that answer is no that you have forgotten the opportunity to to make your lean claims so we want our clients to be as conservative as possible in in being sure that they understand that the last date of performance of labor the last date of delivery of materials or the last eight that for example. If you're a rental equipment company the last year it was available for use on. That project should be considered your last date for the foreseeable future and union begin counting that lean deadline from that allows date. Even though you do have the hopes that the project will open up again in that business will be as usual. Yeah because if it doesn't you'll have lost your lane writes in Let me let me end with a few final comments. Remember last work does not include punchless or warranty work so those days even though you may have done work if it was punchless warranty work. Those don't count towards your last. Ninety days is ninety calendar days including every weekend and legal holiday through the ninety days. You Start Day one on the day after your last day at work. So today's the last day I did work than day. One is tomorrow. I count ninety full calendar days and the last calendar day needs to land on a week a week day That's not a legal holiday or that. The court is closed to accept the leans We have a tool. I know it's on your desk. It's on my desk. We have an APP to it's called the COW Q. Lean if you want to send us an email. We'll send you one for free. So you can calculate the lean and bond deadlines All on your own The last thing I'll I'll end with. Nick is if someone had questions for you about securing their rights on a project. What's the best way to get a hold of you? The best way ahold of me is either email or phone or otherwise you can look up general construction questions on the beams on dot com Yet we'll put your phone number and email address in the in the show notes and everybody I would urge you. Don't wait to the last minute to record your lean in the last recession we saw that our clients the clients of ours that got paid. Were those the headline rights and the ones that didn't Are those that for for? Went there lean rights and as a result. You don't want to be that person that loses your lean rights and doesn't get paid so I would suggest you record early And secure your rights If you guys have any questions let us know Nick and I are happy to answer any questions. You have stay safe neck. Hopefully I'll see you in person soon by quiz.

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Episode 34

No Code No Problem

03:57 min | 3 months ago

Episode 34

"Hey, there, this is ron episode thirty four of no code. No problem today's episode is brought to you by dollar. A dollar is a powerful tool that you can use to build mobile web. APPs in minutes I featured a on episode. Two before they were sponsor would recommend you. CHECK THEM OUT AT ADULT DOT com. Use The code no code no problem to get twenty percents off your first six months or use my referral link description. So today. I have a card competitor that has the amazing pricing we love with card, but with a very powerful editor to allow you to build to really get in there and like build the website. You deserve so. The name is Doric DOT IO so D. O. R. I K. DOT IO on. They are still in the early stages of development, but I highly recommend requesting the join their private Beta. I did extremely happy with it plus their pricing right now, phenomenal. So what are some features worth noting? One It's easy to adjust responsiveness depending on if you are looking at phone or tablet. To they already have some amazing templates that you can use adjust Most of them are based on like startups. So if you know you have started company, or you want to start something out. They have some really great templates, and it's really cheap, so you can also export files giving you complete control over your website, so wanNA experts html J s one click, you can do so, and then it does use blocks the builder so early access is five dollars a month. Build annually, so I believe that sixty dollars a year and includes five websites. Premium templates a hundred and twenty components contact form subscription forms the export feature and custom domains for your sites, which is a pretty damn good deal like if you're GonNa ask me so so yes, so five. That's sixty dollars. Yeah, so sixty. Build annually, but right now. If you were to go on and do it. I believe the pricing for their private. Beta users half off, so it would be thirty dollars a year for five sites and includes all that which is just you? You'd be almost stupid not to take that so. If you are looking for you, know a competitor to card or another site or you can publish one when paid sites than that's definitely definitely move doric dot io. In other news Eliot was supposed to launch today, but after encountering issues, they have pushed. Pack Public Launch. Sergio tweeted about it earlier today, and I know I saw some of the clan sharing it so. If you were excited about that, you know sucks, but. They will be launching. I'm sure soon once they get all that figured out. And also an Eric cable competitor. GOING BY STACK BY DOT com. S. T. A. C. K. B. Y., DOT, com, they're based in India, and I've been using them. They have really competitive pricing and have a lot of the same features that you have on Air Table, so you know forms and things of that nature, but if you haven't checked them out or heard of them, you definitely should. By Dot Com they actually reached out to me on my website on the live chat feature now's talking to the founder and yacht me on and I'm actually a really big fan and yeah, so if you think that you know, air table isn't hasn't been great. You know you're looking for alternative. Stack by DOT COM is definitely the move for you so and also make sure you're paying attention to upcoming episodes as we will be having some really awesome guests on in the next two three weeks, even in a week. More have some guests on, so, but yeah, thank you all for listening again, and I'll see you next time on local new problem.

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Witch Hazel

Plant Of The Week

04:04 min | 2 years ago

Witch Hazel

"Hi, this is Mark news for plan. Talk radio. Thanks for subscribing and listening to our plan of the week podcast. Brought to you by Bod products family made in America, visit by dot com to find a retailer near you each week plan talkradio's, Fred Hauer focuses on a plant that would be a great addition to your landscape now for this week's Bonn, I products plant of the week. And Fred your plan to the week. Well, I'm back to the witch Hazel Mark, and it is a favorite because it is the last well almost the last full flowering plant of the season this year. It's actually running a couple two three weeks late. I don't keep exact track. But the weather we had in the early fall staying warm. The fact that we weren't getting much fall color at about the normal time all that came together in which also then all of a sudden it turns yellow and the yellow is it's very adequate. But not particularly bright like some few other plants, then when the leaves drop, and they drop in just a few days after they start to call her comes the flower, and the flower is tiny the little pedals are something in the neighborhood not much wider than sixteenth of inch. There are usually four perflubron the whole. Darn things. No bigger than the end of your finger, but wonders thousand on the plant, it becomes quite remarkable. Now, I happen to have mine, and I prefer when I get a chance to look from what I'll call the street back because a have a witch Hazel that stands well almost unto itself. But it's backed up by a blue spruce and right now, the blue spruce is well, typical of its color and the the witch Hazel is on looking from one hundred feet away at this point. And it is quite remarkable as it stands out against that blue. So it will last oh, usually two three weeks even four sometimes it used fragrant you have to kind of be down wind on a comb time to be able to pick up the fragrance or at least as a former smoker. That's that's what I have to do. But it is a plant that is a wonderful naturalized grows in the woods. It is a native not all over state of Ohio, but not on. Common. Find it what I'm gonna call mid ground. So let's talk about the lamb. And then we add to that a five foot tall vibe earn them. And then we talk about the plant of the week being oh fifteen maybe twenty feet tall depending on age, and then the big trees behind that. So it's one of those things that layers out and the time of year blooming right now full bloom, I don't know that it's ever been anymore. Full must have had darn good growing season. And good flower bud set because they're there, and it's quite remarkable. So think native think well, the the only thing you would not want to do put on a hydra hillside on a west facing slope that they don't like dry soil, not wet not in a puddle. But on the moist side as an under story plant would be. So it's just a I think quite remarkable. Then it's cousin will come along in February. And March and bloom, it's a whole different type of which as well. But. They make up a very good tree for the shadier nooks and crannies in the yard garden back in the woods, it cetera a wonderful plant just not well used. Thanks again. For listening to our podcast. Brought to you by Baen. I'd products at von dot com. Plante talk radio offers other podcasts as well. Including our daily your gardening question podcast and our weekly plan. Talk radio all available on I tunes or your preferred podcast player. If you have a plan suggestion for Fred semi male. Fred at plant, talk radio dot com.

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Defensive Security Podcast Episode 236

Defensive Security Podcast

17:06 min | 1 year ago

Defensive Security Podcast Episode 236

"All right. Today. We're here by will it's not so life. But from the secret Calot compound, the undisclosed secure location fill, so, yeah, we've been off the air for a little while do some interesting events. So but but we're here now and. Mr. Celts with us. So once you. Say hi, the rumors of my demise are a little exaggerated. But it was close, I guess was first of all, sorry, everybody, I disappeared. I had a. Sudden life threatening situation come up that. Caused me to end up in emergency surgery and thirty three days in the hospital and. Emergency surgery twice two times for some. Issues with basically bowel blockage in and perforations in, you know, septic shock and a whole bunch of nasty stuff that I won't bore you with. But. Pretty crazy came out of nowhere and kicked my butt, but I'm doing better now. But it was a, you know, it's, it's it was a long time in hospital in a long time to, to get to a point where I'm strong enough to even kind of do a little bit of this. Good. So it sets good good to hear from you, and good to talk to you. Is it true that they replaced all the insides with, like, PVC plumbing, the new PEX stuff that's a little better? Okay. Later. They took out the clay pipes. Got it and upgraded while they're in there. Yeah. I tell you. Going from being pretty healthy and good to go to. Completely invalid overnight has. It's really opened my eyes to. What a lot of people go through, and what a lot of how fragile life can be. But the good news is I'm I'm, I'm good. You know, I strived in in everything's on the up and up and I'm healing. I'm I'm not back to work yet. I'm not really close to hundred percent. But I'm I'm healing, and hopefully I can do more on the show, very soon. So you're, you're pretty much laid up fulltime as soon that you're just you're plotting. You're you're takeover of the world now. Right. That's, that's what you're doing plotting would indicate that I have already started. Okay. So the plans are already in place. Idle hands man. I get it. In all seriousness. You know this happened. Over two months ago. Now. But for good chunk of that. You'd be surprised how. How does it you are? Or you really can't do much. So I'm just now getting to a point where like my brain is. Clear, and I have enough energy to actually read books and do more than just stare blankly at a TV screen, so, yeah, it's, it's, it's, it's been a weird, like loss of, like two months. So, yeah, no, my world takeover plans have been a little delayed, but we'll continue. We'll get back on track. That's good to hear. So, so what have I missed? What even? Oh my goodness. And just lots of work stuff. There's been since since you. Since you took ill. I guess we'll say share. There's not been I guess a whole lot going on. Well, except for some incredible drama in, in the Infosec world. I know it's crazy. Crazy talk. Let's see who there's been a Cup few companies hacked now. The GDP are turned one year old. In the earth is still spinning. Let's see what else is has happened. Intel continues to impress Cisco continues to include hard coded credentials in their in their software. So I mean I guess it's kind of like you could probably listen to this at any particular time and it would still be timeless man still be accurate. Timeless wisdom. So how you feeling better? I'm better. I'm not a hundred percent. I'm still working on some issues. I still have another surgery ahead of me. Anywhere from three to six months from now. We're not sure exactly. One. Because right now kind of getting into a lot of detail. My innards aren't routed normally right now but they're healing. So we'll get them rerouted properly at some point in the future. But yeah, I'm I'm much better. I didn't plan for this to be my summer obviously. So you can probably hear my voice is still pretty weakened. And I get tired pretty quick. But I'm okay sound a lot better. I think visited you about. I don't know two three weeks ago and sound look a lot better. Alrighty. So, and I will say that, you know as word got out to to lot of our fans. The outpouring of support I got over. Twitter was absolutely phenomenal. And just humbling. And so inspiring and I really, really think everybody who took the time to send a note, and well wishes and it really meant a lot, as you know, in the hospital for a month with not a whole lot to do it. It really I didn't have a lot of energy to respond. Didn't have a lot of energy to be coherent in, in, in being active interacting. But I read everyone and they all meant something. So for those thank you. Thank you very much. Excellent. So like you said, we're gonna we're gonna try an experiment in the in the coming weekends. And, and see if we can start getting back on. On-track again. I'll I can't lose my spa. Man. I can only slack for so long. Right. Right. I mean inviting other people just taking full advantage of the fact that you're not getting out of the house by. I mean you would see the billboards. Secure compound looking for a replacement co host right now. Seriously, though. It's, it's great. It's great that you're on the mend. And I know you get along road ahead of you, but, you know, we're all we're all cheering for you. Thanks. I appreciate it. Yeah. I mean. Pope in six months from now will be on a percent. They say I should be able to do full recovery. And I'll be always missing some parts, and I probably won't overwork exactly the same, but I'm alive. And you know to be honest with you when all this went down. I probably was. Couple of hours away from not being. So it was close. Yeah. We're happy at worked out the way. It wouldn't have worked out that way. But we're happy that you're still here. So it's trying to come up with. You know, a lot of people like when you go through something like that. What is, you know what do you learn? What do you? I mean the best lesson I've learned is humble. Listen. And, and how fragile life can be quick change not to take things for granted. That's for sure. But, you know, life goes on thankfully, and I had some great doctors great medical team. Fortunately, you know, good a good job. That's been really understanding and good insurance which not everybody has. So, you know, I I was in a fortunate spot for this to happen. If it had to happen. And now it's just a matter of kinda putting putting these back together and getting strong again. Yes. Indeed. So have you done any, any reading the Verizon db d I can't even say that right anymore? I haven't I should. I, I'm just now, kind of back to the point where I think I can focus enough on it. So probably start catching up again, foul on all my RSS feeds and get on my new stuff back going again. So, yeah, I'll try can read all about how. Well. There was a just kind of talk shop for a little bit, right? There was an interesting. Couple of things happened almost back to back Intel rubies, or not's their vulnerability. Well, it was a coordinated disclosure. Right. Of, of the psalm be load and. Associated vulnerabilities, which are similar similar nature, but not exactly the same meltdown inspector. I think the good news is that a lot of the cloud companies where this was most prominently are going to be a problem seem like they've. Kind of caught his stride in terms of being able to handle this in, in address it quickly but kind of close on the heels of that was the blue keep. Boehner ability, which was. Affected RTP on older versions of windows, and the expectation was and still is that there may be a worm yet to come. So, you know it's, it's. People still have problems patching. I guess. Well, it's funny remember when the first sort of firmware issues by hard, coded vulnerability started showing up in, in the chips and the chips. That's, you know, we, we talked on the show and you predicted that there's likely to be more as more people started looking at that class of vulnerability and sure enough and did o with more and more worms shown up and one thing I have been following, as big debate about the ransomware attack in the city of Baltimore. Whether or not, you know, as data say tools or not, and how they were spreading, and now turns out that there might have been multiple actors or multiple methodologies and, you know, it's never simple. Yep. And, you know, here's the thing, too, is, is once somebody gets a foothold with one particular technique. There's, there's no reason they have to use the same technique to spread laterally usually easier. Once you got a foothold to us. You know, older techniques that are very effective once you're inside. So I don't know the thing that this long, concerned me and we saw it with. With not pet. Yeah. Right. The tactics. I mean, not a lot of people still seem to think that not pet propagated using the eternal blue vulnerability. But, you know, it certainly had that capability, but that's not the major way that it propagated at propagated through bed. You bed active directory in windows, credential configurations and whatnot. Which is, which is a very common tactic used by a lot of adversaries. And also, a lot of pen testers, and it occurs to me that we have a l-, I think I should say the adversaries have a lot of fertile ground for automating kind of scripting out, what would otherwise be manual type attacks. And you know, in, in from the outside these look like they're super sophisticated in the only thing that's really sophisticated is, it's not, you know, it's not a person at a keyboard trying to do each individual step on each individual system, one at a time. It's something that can be scripted out. So I you know. I think we think. Team. Blue has some challenges ahead of us. Yeah. And I think maybe the bad guys thought that if they did it manually could be better vision or staying quiet, but we're finding even scripted and even automated, they're not trip in many alarms. So, you know why, why stay quiet? Yeah. Exactly. Why make life more difficult? And also, if you're if you're. If your your intention is a ransomware attack, you know. Kind of like is almost like epidemiology, you know, there's a kind of a sweet spot of, of virus, propagation where, you know, they can't can't kill too fast. Can't kill to slow you know, there's, there's kind of an optimal window and in. So I suspect the same type of thing is, is true in the world of ransomware, but it's kind of be a lot faster than we're. Probably comfortable with. But, you know, at the end of the day their mode. Their incentive is to get as many systems infected as fast as possible. And, you know, the automation is the way to go. And I, I mentioned on a show that I recorded on my own couple of weeks ago that I. You. We forget this specific case right now but we're we're are starting to see adversarial tech adversaries. Wow. Having trouble today. Using IT automation like so the automation tools that IT departments are setting up are being compromised and used against us. And that one of the challenges is a lot of times, especially in the world of DevOps. You know, these tools are viewed as kind of lab, you know, they're, they're in a lab, and they're not, quote production. And while the one thing we know about labs is, you know, they get patched less aggressively and, you know, they don't run antivirus and he don't change password all the that the hygiene isn't as good and in, but it's, it's arguably becoming one of the systems that is. Probably the, the most sensitive and need the most protection. And that's not how it's happening because he also got direct access to so many other boxes with route or sys, admin level, privilege. All right. Well, anyhow, thank you for, for spending some time today, and we should be back, hopefully in a more normal schedule pretty soon. So keep getting better and we'll talk again soon. X-men and extra visiting the secure undisclosed location. Absolutely. All right. Take care into everybody out there. Thanks again for all your support. And hopefully we'll talk a lot more often. Bye.

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005: Ambiguity Hurts with Kevin Garcia

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005: Ambiguity Hurts with Kevin Garcia

"It makes sense yeah so are you doing cold open or is like what we're about to do I don't know maybe says the cold open our right all right let's see so should we start from the what are we doing are we starting at the top or at the I think we might as well start at the time like Kevin particularly in the Progressive Christian world because Kevin is someone that talks has if they're a normal human that enjoys life but also thinks hard and earnestly about things and often times I feel like at least experiences with Progressive Christian folks is in a university context where people are speaking really heavy and verbose and Kevin so special Kevin has this uncanny ability to take these lofty theological concepts and present them in a way that is approachable you have to have a certain vocabulary to to have any sort of input in conversation yeah I totally get that and that's what makes but the phrase enjoying life Kevin certainly would not use that phrase to describe how they grew up when I talk with Kevin Garcia about well about all sorts of different things primarily to share Kevin Story to dance on inclusion is it good bad as hurt despoilers probably hurts that's why we the Church doctrine ambiguity yes so in other words like when churches aren't clear about their policies in this case specifically toward LGBTQ inclusion on LGBTQ folks and their positions in the church in whether churches are being explicit about what new series that we have going on right so we have once again incidentally run into a series of calm an entrepreneur camp junkie adventure I just feel like it's really refreshing to come across people right and I think that that ultimately is is what the next couple episodes will lead into different perspectives coming from different voices What does it mean both to the congregation to the people who are attending and to the ministers when the church is not explicit in this we brought Kevin on the show because Kevin has some personal experience with being a part of a church that wasn't clear on Lgbtq inclusion it does positions are that are available to and the big question is like What does what does it mean to not be explicit in your policies I think that I I self identify as a spiritual director at intuitive life coach a creative a public give Kevin a space to talk about the church and who Kevin is and but primarily we talked with Kevin for this he'll lojane is something that I allowed myself to start calling myself recently and a mystic and somebody who and feeling the repercussions of that all right we'll we'll I'm ready so let's take us away nate -tations that we've had that seem to all be in line with each other and these this series is going to center on Exodus International for the following twelve years which was the largest ex gay ministry in the world An effective learned how to hate myself in suppressing sexual orientation another episode of thanks pod Nate on this episode you talked with Kevin Garcia career I did hoping for God's change however that's not a thing so at the end of that unlike twenty four years old I have become so in order to live out what Kevin had been told is this authentic version of Christianity Kevin starts working with this mission organization a turned fourteen realized I was attracted to boys was horrified because Christians don't struggle with that kind of stuff I was Kevin Garcia who is that is a great question who am I right now well right now antle ISM is real and sometimes it feels impossible and in the midst of this turmoil Kevin Attempt suicide twice six okay cool so you start with just like yeah who's Kennedy is who are you right now and then how grow up how Bella I must not want the healing bad enough I'm not want the things of God bad enough I must be the problem and the emotional physical and mental toil of overcoming but that doesn't solve anything I came home from the mission field thought that I was me like I'm like okay apparently because I'd it's not gone through like crazy college years I have done I've you know double down on my fundamentalism at this point become a missionary for God's of so sad I was I hated my life I'm working for this missions organization that I quit like because that makes is that maybe their humanity isn't at odds with God that their sexuality isn't at odds with God maybe Kevin didn't have to fundamentally change themselves in order to be the person that God created them to be get down with celibacy because like that's what I gotta do or I gotTa figure this shit because I can't keep living like this because I was here at this conservative pentecostal organization it was there where Kevin had this profound moment when they realize I woke up after the second time and I was like well still here maybe it's for a reason and I figured okay I either need to a Okay let me let me stop here and say that I love the way that Kevin Talks about the Holy Spirit this is really cool to listen to this for me now it was always trust what the Holy Spirit is saying to you and as I trust him with the Holy Spirit was saying to me kept getting this this word or this Santa and now I'm currently in the process of putting together this new project called the big adventure co where we're GONNA lead like a bunch of amazing retreats and I'm pretty thrilled about okay so I think that this is a good time to pause we'll be right back with more Kevin Story but before that we wanted to God this is what love is this is what like connecting in this particular way is so that's I impression that being gay was fine being queer was okay and not only was it okay but it was good and it was a part of me and so the more I started trusting that it was feeling like this something in my body and upwelling something and energy love that drew me to the person of Jesus and I don't know how to explain it I don't think most people know how to explain it but why is it that I can trust that feeling and all other feelings after that and the best way to help thanks upon if you liked the content that we're bringing you if you want to hear more stories like Kevin's if you want us to tackle more of these themes the last I was able to stay where I was until eventually came out and got kicked out of that organization and to Atlanta with no job and no money no so it was well it is that if you're excited about the themes and conversations that we're having on these episodes these early episodes becoming but I think that knowledge some folks call it the Holy Spirit for years after having this profound moment with the Holy Spirit after coming to terms with their sexuality today me and you would prefer not to have to type that into your search bar you can just check out the description of this episode there's a link it'll take straight there this thing is very interesting like Naza I've been doing my own healing work over the past few years learning to listen to my body and in from tell you about how you can help thanks to be deployed so we're a few episodes in now things are getting rolling and the need a patron of thanks be to pod is your best chance at submitting new content and themes for us to start talking about here that and these issues and if you want to know of the communities that the Christian communities that are getting it right then we need your help and the thanks be to pod right Patriot dot com slash thanks be to pod yeah I think an important thing to notice Yes yes you should anyway we need we need patrons to make this happen and you can check us out okay anyway back to the sense slash trauma Israel I start working for them in hopes that God is GonNa heal me if I just really am like really really sincere this time have really we are in an awesome environments with like minded people but things went sour pretty quickly searching for a church I mean like many of us Kevin Desires Fellowship and Community and friends in a place where they can belong so at the time a couple of years being with all this great stuff going on but a few years ago after coming to terms with their sexuality after acknowledging both to themselves and to the world that they are queer and the God doesn't have a problem with Kevin Kevin Searching for community that's where we're going to ask folks about what it is they want to hear about next so it is Patriot dot com slash thanks to potter but if you're lazy like I You know help national conferences on the educating people on the bill case for inclusion I've been an organizer I still do organizing here four years later I have spent my last four years telling my story in one form or another over blogs and podcasts and videos Oh when I talk about Holy Spirit when talk about hearing the Voice of God when they talk about hearing the Holy Spirit or following the Holy Spirit and I also talk about my body I for me it's like all one spaces for queer people of face to find healing and connect with chosen family and what's the other doing oh I'm writing a book that's going to be on December now so let's let's rewind a couple of years here no we're Kevin is now we know who Kevin is now is Joyce you mean that I don't want to be gay this time God I mean it and while I was there like it's like it was a very charismatic holy ghost role in place and so your help is growing ever more colby and I are not millionaires bat not by a long shot and podcasting is expensive it's not cheap hip sexy and cool like who doesn't want to be around sexy hipsters mostly white but having conversations about race it's just wrong and stupid or sinful and I remember like the first time that I kissed a boy on the mouth and I remember feeling like fireworks and lasers that's the way to do that. Kobe is through our patriotic website right which is what what where do people go patriots dot com slash thing of eating to an hungry and resting I'm tired to also dislike you know when something's writing something's wrong like it's just the various deeper inner knowledge that we have go the person that Kevin is dating is going to a church in Atlanta and by all appearances this is a place where Kevin can be themself could be openly and if you've never heard of patriotic before it is the service used by a ton of podcasters literally it's like the Renaissance when when Michael Michael Angelo was supported by Patriot yeah funny enough so When I was at adventures in missions which was the missions were missing snows working at I actually was dating a woman at the time because Ah I was trying really really hard to you know Mary women but typically I just who I am I don't typically fall in love with women because it was exactly like adventures in missions in many ways like outwardly focused you know charismatic in some ways but not over the top searching find your person you find out who's going to be doing your marital counseling all right in the first three weeks right Yep Yep so going to this church and I'm really enjoying it and the reason I'm drawn to it and if you want to lead a small group and that's what I did raise my hand and also I've been in ministry my whole life selling wipe wouldn't I want to lead a very successful and so you know I was just attending so I went through like the go meet like they had like this mixer thing for adults basically what it was the same and what what I mean by that is this is what I was feeling what brought us to Jesus right you know what Jesus and the first one gonna be able to lead some really important conversations around the LGBTQ questions so I'm over here thinking I've hit the Jackpot right of Churches Oh my God this church is on the brink of change and inclusion we need you to be our patron as we paint this beautiful Sistine Chapel Comex Peter Pot it can be a part of that and so of course like myself righteous ass is like you know totally jazzed and then like all house church and guess what thirty people showed up to my first little meeting because you know what I'm good at what I do and I also was like totally open to everyone degrees midtown they seem to be kind and you know it was a big enough church where I knew that I wouldn't have to or I wouldn't run into my former girlfriend made her uncomfortable right like a mixer for adults right where you can come in meet WHO's going to be in your new small group and former new small group and the only the only requirement for you to be a small group leader was razor I'm saying their name out loud because they set it on the Internet already so you did yeah and so I started going there she brought me there when we were the most beautiful collection people ever was a part of may really was its own little church and we're meeting at one of our pastor's house until they said hey in there and he says I'm sorry but we can't allow you to lead right now because that would be US making a statement make W church leadership making a statement that were not prepared to make three weeks things were fine and then I get pulled into a meeting okay before sorry back up before I actually started leading the small group I actually got dinner with one of the pastors I'm queer and gay like I'm here to lead you into all truth slash ruin marriage for the rest of you so I'm leading and and I just sat there a hurt his whereas like you fucking light to me banning her life together we were really like you know it's the thing that Evangelical Christians do where like the envision their entire life within the first three weeks in like you know you find your who is in charge of the house churches and I said am I ever GonNa hit a glass ceiling here told him my whole sob story the whole nine yards about how excited to find a church grace made but trying really really hard to be the good Christian tm and she went to Grace Midtown Grace Midtown is the church that I attended I don't have oh after we got kicked out he said like there is some conversations happening among the leadership and the board of elders and they voted to officially adopt the they like maybe you didn't mean to cause he even told me that he was just hoping that it was going to like float like it would just go under the radar you didn't WanNa you don't WanNa tell me no and hurt my feelings and you're just hoping that the loudest queer in the room would make any noise Oh my God yes where progressive Yeah and so when I came out and move landed water nowhere else I wanna go to church like you know hey you're no longer allowed to host the gaze at your house pastor in so he had to set down under threat of losing his job which was very very unfortunate and coffee with all of you sharing my story with all of you crying in front of you and this is what's going to happen now you're just GonNa drop this on us and the Grace Midtown family of Churches Statement on marriage and family which defined marriage as between one man and one woman however it did not further define until the day when this church adopts a policy that says that I'm not welcome fast forward two years later after me and my friends started our own small group because no one's paying attention to US anyways in with each other and seeing worship songs taking communion that's what we were doing and you're telling me that that's not okay to a pastor's house so I was just I was so few so all the guys got together and started a gala small group because we needed a space together because we needed a space to process what was happening and we called it the open table and it was you know that that was my first taste of discrimination within the walls of my own church and so and I told him that night I said you have me in what an openly queer person how they could interact with the church more how like if they could be a member or if they could participate or how they could participate or whatever I was asking all these questions and of course he didn't have any idea he just knew that this is what they were going to implement Mike so you're telling me that I've spent the last two two ish years having that I could just lied and no one knows me so you weren't actually proud of me for like stepping up as a member of this church like you weren't actually excited for me you were hoping on because I felt like I belonged Blah Blah Blah Blah and he said and I quote you are Never GonNa hit a glass ceiling here we want you to be here you are important I think like you cannot it doesn't it doesn't make sense in the reason it doesn't make sense is because it doesn't make sense it's because people are more concerned with power and keeping the status quo tweet they're quick to support it to re tweet it to share it but when it comes to actually enacting stances out on the ground now granted I didn't say that to him in the moment because I was crying but in hindsight I wish I would have because that's excellent why in my opinion so it was just it was it was mind blowing to me I'm just like the inclusion and affirmation is is that when there's a theory or doctrine or an article or a quickie that's that so my story wasn't important to you so you were listening but you weren't hearing me and it was one of those things where it's just like Korea since I get in this meeting with the lead pastor this was on my birthday no less turning twenty eight years of age and he says so and check than they are about actually living out the gospel of Jesus you know it's like it reminds me like the story I'm stuck on right now is Luke here is suffering at your hand because you won't do something so to me this is this is the hang up that I have with pastoral responses did you understand the damage that this is going to do people like how much people trust you right now and think that you love them and you're gonNa tell them actually don't think that your love is valid and we actually think that I making a terrorist welcome then like I got an email was like why did you take away our space we why did they wait we weren't doing we were literally we were reading the Bible and in two three weeks in I get called into a meeting with Mike O. Leaders a married couple so I get to this meeting and I knew what it was about from the get-go and I'm sitting Jesus healing the woman on the Sabbath the religious leaders are like Oh my God oh my God you can't he honest Abbas like that's against the rules and Jesus says Oh you guys are hypocrites you untie your donkey and lead them to water but she would not let this woman who has been bound up by saint for eighteen years be set free on the Sabbath and it's just like that meth the question is do you not see the suffering right in front of you you're going to quote a rule at me you're gonNA quote a rule that me and your sister right yes that's what blows my mind is just like you are you call me friend so any like you've prayed over me and my boyfriend come on that sinful like it was it was like a chemical as much as possible and then I just laughed I was just like you you don't even believe you see this quick decline in willingness they're willing to post online about being an ally or even preach about the need for Christians to be allies that come alongside LGBTQ plus people but when they have to defend a queer small group leader on instagram friends of ours who are openly gay posting pictures in front of them and part of the reason for that is because of that that people like Kevin get hurt by churches off guard our LGBTQ friends posting pictures of themselves in front of mega churches that are that are not affirming because Kevin would have never walked in that door I mean but it's because churches remain ambiguous on who they are because these churches are intentionally unclear about where they stand on inclusion and that's where I think a lot of people get fooled is that you know I have so one of the reasons that we wanted to talk with Kevin to share Kevin Story was specifically because of Kevin's church experience and being burned by a church that is where they could be themselves and then that that wasn't true that was never true and because of the church never had assessed this if this had been assessed from the very beginning if it had been clear from the very beginning the church had thought this through before Kevin are huge it's really really the population of Queer people is going to be smaller and so of course like you know we float by each other we don't even know what that were there friends who you know I found an entire group on meet up one time of of like LGBTQ people who go to passion city and because because like megachurches coming I mean some of them even have ties to the Southern Baptist Convention which I which I promises not an affirming organization and yet we saw this on facebook marriage and injured oh I don't know I'm like well if you don't know that's data because if a church is an outright celebrating people then they don't celebrate people they don't welcome Queer people because welcome to be welcomed as to be celebrated to be welcomed as not to just have a seat at the table other people however if you're someone like I always ask them just like would would would you get married they're like your church allow you to get married walked in that door even if they had come down on the UN affirming side I mean if they had come down on the air on affirming side then this situation would have been avoided yeah and also we've also like we're we're just happy to belong a lot of times queer people are just happy to show up and go to church and clap their hands and feel good like all the these are churches that you've probably heard of their churches with the big worship teams that produce music that like every evangelical church in the United States things but they are not unclear in their policies toward LGBTQ folks happens far too often and in the weeks leading up to this episode Kobe and I noticed something on social media that kind of really caught us oh well ovation doesn't do marriages anywhere on any campus I'm just like okay but just like would one of your pastors Mary you then you know would they affirmed like to be welcomed as to be celebrated and like the thing is like you can have a seat at the table and still be eating different meals you know what I'm saying you can still in like a lot of times just like we like or not I have been attending a church after all of the conversation that we had about whether I was going to continue good that the scraps are okay that our birthright is not the wedding feast of the lamb so I was at a church last week believe it go to a church following being a pastor and ending that time for me but I've been attending a church and Stan Mitchell was pre ourselves for years and years and LGBTQ plus folks are sitting underneath the table graciously accepting the wind sewed breadcrumbs that I mean I really liked that and then eventually you're at the table and like they feed you for a while and you're feeling good and then they start bumping you over to the edge and then eventually like you're serving and then eventually you're just standing on the edge of the room again ching and he said something to the effect of of we have been sitting at the table we being the church have been sitting at the table wining and dining I'm just happy to be in the room and you get the scraps at the end of the meal that's what it feels like is that and the people we just like we've been conditioned to think that the scraps are there's another issue at hand here and one that this podcast has attempted to address or at least talk about conservative search needs to leave its current exclusive table to joined Queer folks at their team yeah stand believes it is our duty as the church to invite or make room at our table for LGBTQ plus folks but instead the institutional a PC USA has so many brilliant minds and also has in my opinion a really good robust theology that allows for us fall from our lips he continued in win is the institutional church going to realize they've been sitting at the wrong table the whole time Zelikow spaces I mean if we're being honest they feel so much more modern than the typical progressive mainline church and feeling like you are in a space that belongs in the twenty for there to be a progressive modern church yes the there is a possibility it's just it just exists so few and far to liberate ourselves in ways that I didn't know where possible and the problem with PC USA it's mostly white so that there is that between that it's hard to imagine And it is it is a smaller part of like I feel like this is something my friend miles and I talk about a whole like I feel like there is it's okay to be attracted to a more modern space and yet the movie on spaces often are the more conservative ones so like is there a possibility places like elevation that also fall in line fall on the line of Jesus as your personal savior and it's about you and it's about it's narcissists first century I mean that's attractive to millennials and so I I put this question to Kevin in ask Kevin about worship spaces you were saying you were saying like one of the things that Kevin Point out here that that you and I have talked about is that modern worship spaces are hard to find I mean that's kind of one of the Sudarshan sustain that's true but they really they really do in some ways I think do a good job of saying we love you no matter what Dan the collectives of people like I am friends with some really wonderful people out in La Part of New Abbey Church which is a progressive historically white is just problems in general two older three I don't love Y'all Tim's I'm just going to say it all their worship music it's like worship music is influence in this world in some way because like it also pontificates your own theology in my opinion which I think most of their theology church New York City so these spaces exist what I think makes this okay this is what I think is really interesting the baffle I mean granted there's a whole subculture of Christianity that lends itself to celebrity which makes the dissemination of cultures like Bethel and Hill Song and elevation I mean people are attracted to pop music let's just be honest people are attracted to music that makes them Wanna move and so like spaces like baffled spaces like north points the point of this podcast is that all the were coming across these progressive modern spaces there's so few and far between and this raises all a- and so it's one of those things I think it can be done I think it will look different so my hope is like online they're leading the charge and it's healthy at its growing and diverse in its you know its sex positive and it's LGBTQ affirming its women empowering it's like wow that can have and then there's other places like Denver leg left-hand Church there is places like forefront I really want more churches I think like I think for for better or for worse I think that the Church win is doing its job is a really really effective each one of them it's like there's this beautiful like and there's nothing wrong with mainline denominations or lit or anything like together we all did manicures on people speed people who walk all the time and that was church and then I also you know went and and I went to Brunch afterwards announced church so for me it's like I am a big believer in lake redefining what we can do is church because I think all sorts of questions about Christian community and what the future of the Church looks like and so of course ask Kevin that to the big answer is I don't know I really wish I did I think that it can of nondenominational independent church with all the right people at the house gender and sexual

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563 - What to Do With Fresh Turmeric Root

"Hello and welcome to the nutrition. Diva podcast I'm your host. Monica Ri- Nagel. Turmeric is all the rage these days its purported health benefits and most of us are familiar with turmeric as a brilliant orange powder used in Indian and southeast Asian cooking. It's one of the primary ingredients in curry powder and now lately golden milk a sort of Spicy Turmeric T. is trending in everyone's instagram. Feed from a culinary perspective. Turmeric adds a spicy warmth and a vivid huge food on the health. Front it's big claim to fame. Is The anti inflammatory properties. It's even being studied as a natural hedge against Alzheimer's Disease Ground. Turmeric has long been a staple in my spice cabinet but a few weeks ago I came across some fresh turmeric. In the produce section of my regular grocery store it looks a little bit like ginger root. Or if you're in a more ghoulish frame of mind a little bit like large insect larvae although it took me a little while and some orange stained fingers to figure out what to do with it. I am now a hardcore fan. The flavor of fresh turmeric is much different than the powder turmeric. You may be used to both have a warm pungent flavor. That's unlike any other spice I can think of. But the fresh root is brighter more aromatic and a bit less bitter than the powdered form. If you've ever had anything made with curry powder than you've had turmeric but it can be hard to separate the flavor of the turmeric from all those other strong flavors in curry. If Curry is the only place you've ever encountered turmeric. It's really fun to experience the spice on its own and experiment with other combinations. Because it's got such a strong flavour. Turmeric tends to work well with other strong spices. Try combining it with other warm spices like ginger cardamom and cinnamon or you can take it any more savory direction. By combining it with cumin coriander mustard and black pepper use these jazzy spice blends to perk up foods that are milder in flavour. Things like lentils dried beans potatoes and other root vegetables rice and other grains and yes milk after this quick. Break Off ten fun things to do with fresh turmeric along with a few tips on how to handle it. This episode of the Nutrition Diva. Podcast was brought to you by hallmark cards. You know sometimes we think of cards is only for special occasions but of course you can give someone a card for any reason whatsoever. I have friends who live all over the country and sometimes it's really fun just to pick out a card and send it to them when they are least expecting it. Who could you send a hallmark card to? Who could use some words of support or appreciation? 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Try It in butternut squash or vegetable soup or stir fry number two added to Rice or other whole grains before they're cooking both the color and the flavor will pop number three. You can stir some graded turmeric root into your tuna egg or Tofu. Salad NUMBER FOUR WHISK. Fresh Turmeric root into a vinaigrette or any other salad dressing drizzle over raw salads or cooked vegetables number five. Try Making a compound. Butter Mash greater turmeric root and ground black pepper into softened butter and then melted over grilled fish or roasted vegetables number six. Try throwing a small chunk of it into your smoothie in the morning number seven if you own. A centrifugal juicer tried using some fresh turmeric root and using it to spice up other fruit and vegetable juice blends it pairs especially well with ginger juice. Number eight try adding greater turmeric to scrambled or deviled eggs number nine. Make Turmeric. T. U. Simmer graded turmeric and ginger root together in hot water for several minutes to make a warming. T. and number ten. Try Golden Milk for this. You would simmer great turmeric and Ginger along with a few black pepper. Corns cinnamon stick and Cardamom pods in milk or soy milk. Or any other dairy alternative for several minutes and then strain it and serve it with a touch of honey and now here a few additional tips gleaned through personal trial and error for dealing with this unusual ingredient. I how to store it when you bring it home wash your turmeric root shake it dry and then rapid new paper towel to absorb any excess moisture store it an open plastic bag in your vegetable crisper when you store it this way. It should keep for two three weeks but if you hang onto it for too long it's either going to dry out and shrivel up or get kind of moldy. If that happens obviously toss it. I suggest using a micro plane greater too finely grapefruit and there's really no need to peel it first but be aware that fresh turmeric root can stain your fingers and your fingernails so you may want to protect them with latex gloves and it can also leave a sticky orange residue on your greater but scrubbing it with hot soapy. Water should remove it. And here's a quick tip to remove or at least fade turmeric stains on your fingers. Try rubbing your hands with fresh lemon juice. Use a nail brush to scrub your fingernails and then washed with hot soapy water. And here's one last tip turmeric. Health benefits are due to a compound called curcumin but this particular molecule is rather poorly absorbed from the digestive tract. Peppering a compound that's found in black pepper greatly enhances the absorption of Curcumin so turmeric and pepper make a really beneficial spice combination. Just a word on some possible side effects. Turmeric has natural anticoagulant or blood thinning properties and compounds funding turmeric and also lower blood sugar levels and can also interfere with iron absorption now. I don't want to overstate the dangers. The amount that you typically consuming a food is very unlikely to cause you any problems but of course it is possible to Overdo just about anything. Taking a turmeric supplement or consuming large amounts of fresh turmeric juice on a regular basis could potentially be an issue especially if you take blood-thinning or anti diabetes medications or you have an iron deficiency so check with your doctor or your pharmacist if you have any concerns now if you're scheduled for any kind of surgical or dental procedure ease off on the turmeric as well as ginger and garlic for a few days beforehand. These spices are all natural blood. Thinners and in large quantities they could increase the risk of bleeding or bruising. If you've never enjoyed fresh turmeric. 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