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A highlight from Jason Klietz - Accountability Nation
"Welcome to Let's Be Frank, the men's mental health podcast. Join us as we break the stigma, embrace vulnerability and prioritise mental health in men. Together, let's use your voice. Welcome back to a brand new episode of Let's Be Frank, the home of men's mental health. We have myself, Jack Howard, Mr Ryan Smith and another incredible guest in Jason from Account Deadly Nation. Jason is a motivational speaker and he has used his journey of obesity to help and inspire others, which has been absolutely amazing in what he's doing. So, like always, we're going to jump in and see how Ryan is on being a new dad, first of all, and then we'll get to hear from the amazing Jason. Ryan, how you doing, mate? What's going on, mate? I'm good. I'm good. I've had only all day today, so I've been swimming, but this time I didn't get in the pool for, you know, if it's the first time on a Sunday, I've not got in the pool with him. Well, I've got in with him, so yeah, the poolside view and it was a little bit different, but you know what? It's going good. It's going good. So I won't say it's easy to adjust to, you know, but it's it's been an incredible journey. I mean, we're coming up to about four months now, so. Yeah, it's gone like wow. So, yeah, no, I'm good, man. I'm excited for tonight. I've been following this guy on Twitter a bit and I must say, you know, with what he posts and what he shares, this is going to be an inspirational story. So, yeah, the kind of the floor is yours, so to speak, Jason. So, Jason, who are you? Well, I'm Jason and I run Accountability Nation. It's mostly based on my fitness journey as well as the things, the life lessons I'm learning along the way in my fitness journey. And it's my journey towards self -accountability. And the goal is to share my story and hope to inspire others to make changes in their life to gain self -accountability. That's that's my main mission is to help others. With your journey, where did it all start for you? Where did your journey originate from? So it originated in 2011, January of that year, I had a blood clot block my brain stem and I effectively collapsed and died on the kitchen floor. I was 538 pounds at that time and I was in a bad place mentally, was in a bad place physically. And that day, losing my life for a temporary few minutes really, really woke me up to the possibilities of making changes. I would say it really it was an up and down journey for a number of years, up until the end of 2018, when I really started to get serious about my health. And the long comes 2020 and the world shuts down the pandemic, the whole thing, and it was mentally crushing to me. And it took me about two years to really decide that, you know, all the progress that I had made from the 538 pounds down to 376, I was starting to lose that. And in April of 2022, I'm like, that's enough. And I went back to the gym, I was 424 pounds at that time. I'm currently weighing in at 350. So what ultimately happened is that day I posted my day one going back to the gym photo on Twitter, and it went viral. And in a matter of 10 days, I went from a couple hundred followers to around 11 ,000 followers.
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Loud Mufflers (MM #4571)
"We now live in a world where most cars don't make a sound. I guess I shouldn't say most cars, but now thanks to electric vehicles, hybrid vehicles, they don't make a sound when they're driving down the road. Now when I was 16 years old and I owned a Volkswagen Beetle, I wanted my car to make noise. So I got some new muffler system, or I think it was actually a header on the back of it, and it made some noise. I could even make it backfire, shoot flames out the back end, it was kind of cool, when I was 16. One thing I've noticed about Nashville, now it's not a lot of people, but it's more than it should be, drive around in vehicles that make way too much noise. They've done everything they can to make more noise out of their car, to make it sound cool. Now again, it's one thing when you're a kid, it's one thing when you're under 21, and that's how you express yourself. But I've seen more adults, males and females, driving down the road in just normal cars, all making noise. And I'm not even talking about trucks right now, because all the trucks around here, especially the diesels, way too much noise. You've got to turn your radio up just to hear yourself. I don't want a car to make a sound. Maybe an electric vehicle is the way to go.
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A highlight from SBF TRIAL: Inside Sam Bankman-Fried's Trial Defense Episode 2
"The most important thing is, you know, just because a lawyer tells you something is okay, that's not a defense. Geez, he said it. He seemed to think everything was okay. Yeah. That's not an advice of counsel defense that negates criminal intent, that's an excuse. In part two of our series digging into SPF's defense, we dissect Sam Bankman -freed's claims that his lawyers played a larger role in FTX's collapse than he did. It might sound like a stretch, but there is legal precedent behind it. SPF also says he was pressured by counsel into turning FTX over to their hand -picked successor. In this episode, we sit down with Mark Litt, the prosecutor who took down Bernie Madoff, Travis Kling, a fund manager who still has millions of dollars tied up in FTX, and Mr. Purple, a pseudonymous crypto investor and fellow FTX victim, to see if there's any legitimacy to SPF's claims that lawyers who were there for FTX's rise are now primed to rake in hundreds of millions of dollars in legal fees. Money that SPF says should be used to pay back depositors. I'm Zach Ousman, you're listening to the SPF Defense Podcast, a coinage investigation. SPF's position is that FTX would have made it through the crisis if not for his lawyers, which conspired to steal the company out from under him, cover up their role in its operation, and siphon hundreds of millions of dollars in legal fees from the bankrupt estate. SPF even names one lawyer in particular, Ryan Miller, who joined FTX US from the law firm's Sullivan and Cromwell, and planned on returning there after his time at the exchange, according to an affidavit from FTX's top lawyer. SPF says Miller conspired to hand the company over to Solcrom and their chosen agent, John J. Ray III, who also handled Enron's bankruptcy. And whether you come to believe Sam's claims or not, Solcrom and Ray clearly won. If FTX's bankruptcy process takes the two years like Enron's did, it's on track to cost over $800 million. And Solcrom's relationship has already been called out by more than just Sam. It's even been raised as an issue by senators and 18 state regulators. But could SPF be right about Ryan Miller and Solcrom's nefarious motives? And even if they did do some evil lawyer shit, will it be enough to get SPF off the hook? To fully understand this defense strategy, it helps to start with SPF's story behind his attempt to plug the now notorious multi -billion dollar hole at FTX back in November's collapse. As the story goes, he was preparing to handle the liquidity crisis by courting Nomura, Japan's largest investment group, and the crypto company Tron, who had pledged billions of dollars in liquidity to FTX, while other investors were still deliberating. SPF had said he planned on giving away most of his equity in the company, and therefore most of his wealth, in an attempt to make customers of FTX International whole. SPF has always maintained that FTX US remained completely solvent right up to the end. But SPF says his rescue plan failed because Ryan Miller and Solcrom agents at his company, including Tim Wilson, another FTX lawyer with a past at Solcrom, pressed him repeatedly to sign the company's over to John Ray in bankruptcy, and even implied that if he refused, they could have him arrested and quote, change control in order to authorize a proper insolvency process. SPF said he changed his mind within 10 minutes of signing, but it was already too late. And he says his lawyers reneged on their promises to let him select a board share, blocking him out of his accounts and refusing to communicate further. As soon as John Ray was installed, he chose Sullivan and Cromwell as FTX's primary counsel. To be fair, SPF actually has a point when it comes to the sketchiness of that process. Even outside legal observers have taken issue with Solcrom being tapped as the firm to manage FTX's bankruptcy. In fact, a bipartisan group of two Republican and two Democratic senators, including Elizabeth Warren, sent a letter to the judge overseeing the case, urging him to appoint an independent examiner rather than Solcrom, which worked with FTX and Alameda before the collapse, bringing in $8 .5 million in legal fees. The senators argued, quote, given their longstanding legal work for FTX, they may well bear a measure of responsibility for the damage wrecked on the company's victims. Regulators from 18 states echoed that issue, saying appointing an independent examiner wasn't just right, it was also legally required. But back in February, the judge in the case threw out those requests, saying it would cost too much money, though we should note FTX's lawyers also charged the bankruptcy estate $21 ,000 over 20 days just for meals, which apparently isn't too much to spend. And if you ask the victims in FTX's collapse, this is all pretty important, considering it's their deposits and claims at stake. And if their money is being drained in broad daylight by a law firm who also helped FTX pre -collapse, that might not sit any better than Sam spending it. We talked to Travis Kling, who lost his crypto investment fund in FTX's collapse, and asked him to weigh in. If you ask me at the very beginning, do you think this is going to be one of the most expensive bankruptcies in U .S. history, I would say yes. Yes. You know, it's enormous. There's a ton of fraud, and it's magic internet money. Trying to kind of Monday morning quarterback this and say, oh, Sam would have been better off not filing for bankruptcy. That's not something that I feel very strongly about. And Solkrom's outrageous fees aren't the only reason for concern. SPF also claims Solkrom gave a clean bill of health to Alameda's trading accounts on FTX in a report with the CFTC just months before the collapse. Furthermore, in his affidavit, Dan Friedberg, who was both FTX's chief compliance officer and Alameda's general counsel until he stepped down following the crisis, says Miller only included FTX U .S. in the bankruptcy proceedings precisely because Miller knew it had the funds to pay Solkrom for its work, which backs up what SPF said about how FTX U .S. was never insolvent. So this may be a case of the fox guarding the henhouse. Solkrom denies any of this, of course. The firm's top bankruptcy lawyer, Andrew Dietrich, who told other lawyers FTX was rock solid in an email just days before the bankruptcy, said he only spoke with SPF twice. The FTX debtors also countersued Friedberg to seek damages, alleging he breached his fiduciary duties. We can't say much more beyond that because Solkrom never got back to us when we asked for a comment. But one thing is clear, what guidance Sam's lawyers gave him, and particularly what they knew about the business, will become integral to SPF's defense at trial. Even if you asked Ryan Miller before the collapse, the laws are pretty simple for any business, crypto or otherwise. Here he is explaining that concept at an MIT Bitcoin meetup in July 2022. Don't do fraud, don't lie, don't release materially incomplete statements. That then creates a basis for liability, liability from a criminal authority, be it a Department of Justice or liability in a civil context. Yet according to Caroline Allison's guilty plea, they had trouble following even those rules. In her sworn testimony, she said, quote, I agreed with Mr. Bankman, Fried and others to provide materially misleading financial statements to Alameda's lenders. Could Miller or any of SPF's lawyers, for that matter, be one of those others? Sam's other allegation that Miller contacted the DOJ to turn over documents that led to his indictment days before SPF linked, which controlled the company, makes Miller start to look even sketchier. But even if Solkrom really does have a true conflict of interest, could SPF really use their role in everything that happened to get an acquittal? Given that I'm not a lawyer, we pose that defense to Mark Litt, the prosecutor who took down Bernie Madoff. Can a lawyer be a criminal? Sure. Yeah. Can a lawyer be part of a criminal enterprise? Yes. Do they often go down? I don't know a lot of reputable lawyers who are going to bless lying to investors, lying to banks, intermingling funds, lying to auditors. If he happened to find one who knew all that was going on and blessed it, then maybe as a defense. But I tend to doubt it. You can't think of it as, well, oh, well, you know, Sullivan and Cromwell was involved or a former Sullivan and Cromwell lawyer was involved and, geez, he said he seemed to think everything was okay. That's not an advice of counsel defense that negates criminal intent. That's an excuse masquerading as an advice of counsel defense. Advice of counsel defense is very specific and narrow. You need competent counsel and they'll stipulate that any lawyer at Sullivan and Cromwell is competent in the subject area that they're being asked about. Second, every material fact has to be disclosed to them. Third, you have to seek their legal opinion on a subject. And fourth, you have to follow the advice. So if the defense can make out those elements, I would think they'd be able to present the defense and it might have a shot of winning. So Sol Cromwell might not be saints, but as we covered last time in episode one, SPF isn't exactly facing a trial over FTX's collapse. He's charged with a lot of things that led up to FTX's collapse. Arguably, what's alleged to have happened post -collapse matters more for FTX's victims. And if you ask them, the reviews are mixed on exactly what's played out thus far. If I'm going to judge Sullivan and Cromwell and John J. Wray from my purview of being someone who's seen these things in bankruptcy, I would give them a very low grade because you can say, oh, this is crypto, it's difficult, but it's not that difficult. And sometimes the devil you know is better than the one you don't. I will say that these debtors are extremely bad in my professional experience. That was Mr. Purple, a pseudonymous crypto investor who has experience following bankruptcy proceedings. For former FTX customers like him, Sam's spat with Sol Cromwell matters very little, as long as the firm can help achieve a meaningful recovery of their funds. And despite the fact that legal fees are stacking up, the bidding market for FTX customer claims is showing a growing hope they might not be stuck with pennies on the dollar. Another way to frame it is, you know, there's a claims market for FTX claims, trade claims, trade actively. There's a little niche of traditional finance that all they do is go around to different bankruptcies in all industries and they buy claims. This is this is a, you know, a subsector of of investing. And this is a huge bankruptcy. So this has been a very big liquid market. Right. And the first, you know, we're a very big creditor in this. So, you know, I'm in active conversations in this claims market. First, first bid we saw was in Thanksgiving and it was like six cents. That was the first bid. Six cents on the dollar, six cents on the dollar. And now now it's like 40 cents. And so it's gone from six to 40 cents. So then I'm like, OK, well, that feels quite good. Yeah. And OK, these guys are charging a load of money for that, but they have taken us from six cents to 40 cents. With both FTX's bankruptcy case and SPF's criminal case unfolding in real time, one may very well impact the other. We filed a Freedom of Information Act request for the CFTC to share the report. Sam says Solkrom filed to support that FTX's structure was above board. The agency denied our request, saying it's unable to share documents that, quote, could interfere with the conduct of federal agency law enforcement activities. And of course, as long as Solkrom selected John Ray is running the show at FTX, it's unexpected anything comes out to support SPF's case. FTX, too, didn't get back for comment. So unless SPF has direct evidence of lawyers being aware of FTX's shaky financials and helping for years to cover it up, it's hard to judge SPF's advice of counsel defense or the idea that he thought he was in the clear leading up to the collapse just because his lawyers said it was fine. As Litt said, that sounds more like an excuse than a defense. As a community owned Web3 media outlet, Coinage will be breaking down everything we've learned together through this series and curating still unanswered questions at Coinage .Media. I'm Zach Guzman. This was the second part of Coinage's investigative series covering SPF's defense. Stay tuned for episode three, where we'll explore another pillar. Of SPF's defense. You've been listening to the SPF Defense on the Coindesk Podcast Network. Follow the Coindesk Podcast Network to get all the Coindesk shows in one place and head over to Coindesk .com for all the Sam Bankman freed coverage. Thanks for listening.
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Pinole Councilwoman and Mayor, Norma Martinez-Rubin, Describes Governing a Small City
"Hi, I'm Jared Ash with the Capstone Conversation. I'm here with Councilwoman Norma Martinez -Rubin from the city of Pinole in Contra Costa County. We appreciate you being here today. As part of your everyday job, you're a principal at Evaluation Focus Consulting, where you focus helping mission -driven foundations, nonprofits, and government agencies and public health. So that's an exciting background to be here. What else can you tell us about yourself, Norma? Thanks, Jared. Thanks for having me be part of this. I can tell you that my adopted hometown of Pinole is this wonderful little city, relatively small compared to the other 19 cities in Contra Costa County. It's bisected by I -80, which has national fame. And for those of us who are local, it is both a blessing and whatever the opposite of that is, given the multitude of vehicles for many different reasons, recreation, transportation, transport of goods, etc., on a daily basis that we get to live with. Part of my personal history is having come to the city of Pinole via Los Angeles, where I grew up, it was weird, and having the experience of living in a more urban area relative to one which has these beautiful natural amenities just within a walking distance of where I live. We're surrounded by hillsides, we're surrounded by or adjacent to the San Pablo Bay, which in my mind counters the effects of an interstate that bisects the city and divides the city, and the way our residents view issues that come before us on city council. Interesting. Let's talk a little bit about that small town, but in a big metro area. From a governing standpoint, what would you say are some of the constraints and some of the advantages compared to other towns being a smaller city? As a smaller city, we're a full -service city, so we provide and we respond, we're responsive to provide services that are essential as the local governments grow. We have our own police department, we have parks and regulations, we address land use issues, keeping in mind the topography of Pinole, and most recently we have joined with our county's fire districts to serve our city in its small size. We have a different terrain, the north side or the south side part of Pinole adjacent to San Pablo Bay is the older part of town. We were incorporated in 1903, but as history goes, in the 1950s when I -80 was constructed, it divided the city and then we started seeing more of the tract homes built on what was formerly agricultural land. So in the Pinole Valley, which is south of I -80 in our town, we have people who are surrounded by hillsides, beautiful hillsides, but as valleys go, also face the risk of possible fires because many of the homes were built alongside that range for just open space. So the constraints in a small city is that urban planning back in the day when some of the older cities in Contra Costa County were designed and built may not have considered the growth that would occur over time and the needs that people had over time given the shift in demography or population figures. In my background as a public health practitioner, population shifts are something that we've observed and have been somewhat ready for. However, we also have a history in local government and more broadly state and federal that the response to these population shifts isn't always as quickly as we see the shifts occur.
Fresh "U C. Health" from Stephanie Miller
"You are listening to the UCPT eight twenty. Here's the latest Chicago weather updates. From the weatherology weather center, I'm meteorologist Jennifer Wojcicki. see We'll if you scattered showers and storms here this afternoon with cloudy skies and a high into the upper 60s. Winds out of the southeastern on five to ten miles per hour. But for tonight, a chance for showers and storms mostly cloudy alone here 62. By Thursday, partial sunshine develops high of 71 degrees. Friday mostly sunny. We'll see high around 75. Saturday sunshine high of 79. That's your latest Chicago weather update. It's 66. I'm Dr. Anthony Lazowicz and this is Climate That's your latest Chicago weather update. Electric vehicles are widely promoted as a climate solution, but they can also be a public health solution because unlike gas -powered cars, electric vehicles not do emit harmful tailpipe pollution. Erica Garcia
A highlight from Episode 122 - Sweat Economy - Building The Economy of Movement with Web3
"Whole industries are born when you can break a trade -off that is considered standard. In our world, the trade -off is if you want to be healthy, if you want to be active, you got to pay. You got to buy a kit, you got to get your membership, you got to do all of these things. How can you be physically active if you're not paying? Actually, because it's beneficial to you and to a lot of people, we believe that you should be paid for it because it is incredibly valuable. Welcome to the Crypto Altruism podcast, the podcast dedicated to elevating the stories of those using Web3 for good. I'm your host Drew Simon from CryptoAltruism .org. Now, before we get started, a quick disclaimer. While we may discuss specific Web3 projects or cryptocurrencies on this podcast, please do not take any of this as investment advice, and please make sure to do your own research on investment opportunities or any opportunity, including its legality. And now, let's get on to the show. Welcome and thanks so much for joining. Whole industries are born when you can break a trade -off that's considered standard. I think that bears repeating and I can't think of a better example of this than Move to Earn. For too long, exercise has seemed like more of a chore for many and a very expensive chore at that, with the pricey gym memberships, expensive equipment, you name it. With the advent of blockchain, however, there is a unique opportunity to disrupt this and transform exercise from a chore into a rewarding and income -generating activity. To dive into this, I'm excited to welcome Oleg Fomenko, co -founder of Sweat Economy, an OG in the Move to Earn space with a mission to reward movement to inspire a healthier and wealthier planet. We discuss how Web3 tools can incentivize healthy actions, the evolution of Move to Earn, onboarding hundreds of millions of users to Web3, and much more. So without further ado, please join me in welcoming Oleg to the Crypto Altruism podcast. Okay, Oleg, thank you so much for being here today on the Crypto Altruism podcast. Such a pleasure to have you. Thank you very much, Drew, for having me. Very nice to meet you, Drew. Thank you very much for having me. So excited to have you. I had mentioned this before we got on the call that I've been following it for quite a while, and I'm really fascinated by this whole Move to Earn movement that's going on and how Web3 tools can really change how we get people to be excited about wellness and making healthy life choices. So before we get there, I want to learn about your aha moment that got you excited about Crypto and Web3 in the beginning. I learned about Bitcoin in 2011 from a childhood friend who described what it was, and that definitely perked my interest. Stupid as I was, well, stupid as I am, I got really, really hooked on technology. And I read an awful lot about how it works, the white paper, the Byzantine generals problem, and just basically as much background as I could. In 2011, there wasn't an awful lot. Then I have installed BT Guild. That was the first sort of pool mining software on my old laptop and put it in the corner, and it was sort of chugging along there for about a month, and they mined a few satoshis. Well, actually quite a few satoshis, but because the price was like 20 cents, it wasn't even covering the electricity that I burned on it. And I just threw away a laptop's hard drive for quite a bit right now these days. So I got hooked on tech, and despite the low prices, I actually didn't buy an awful lot of Bitcoin back then. And I had a very interesting sort of music streaming startup back then, and I was trying to figure out how we can do something in crypto, but at best we could just accept Bitcoin payment, which was cumbersome, slow and not terribly interesting, and just handful of people even knew what it was. So opportunity represented itself in 2014 when I started talking to my co -founders about the problem of why are people not as active as they want to be? How come that I used to run some crazy distances and climbing some of the highest mountains in the world, and all of a sudden I couldn't even complete 5k. And, you know, kind of one conversation after another, we very quickly realized that the reason why 100 % of people want to be more active, but they can't, is because nature didn't build us to be active. Nature built us to survive, which means preserving calories rather than spending them. And nature was so serious about it that it gave us this behavioral feature that helped us surviving back then, but right now it's probably a behavioral bug that prevents us from being able to burn those calories called present bias that stops us from, you know, kind of moving and forces us to sit, unless there is a mammoth on the horizon that, you know, that we need to run and kill, or there is something about to make us into food and then we need to run away. And we realized that there is only one solution to present bias, instant gratification. So we kind of went, ooh, so can we actually create instant gratification for every step you take? And that's the story of Sweatcoin. As the name would suggest, we were thinking about building it on blockchain back then, but forking Bitcoin was slow, cumbersome and expensive. Building on Ethereum, we discussed with Vitalik in 2015. We met with him in London. That wasn't really an option because it was just too early. It was a research grade code back then. And we launched in 2016 centralized. And we thought, you know what, give us six months, maybe 12 months, there will be some wonderful blockchain that, you know, we're going to migrate onto. Little did we know that it would take until 2021 for blockchain to get fast enough and robust enough to be able to hold our scale. So, you know, we looked every year and we analyzed everything that was sort of popping up. And until 2021, the answer was consistently, no, we were processing more transactions per second than theoretical throughput of any chain. And in 2021, all of a sudden there was this explosion, there was Algorand, Solana, Polygon, Avalanche, BNB, well, BC back then, and Flow and Celo and, you know, kind of all of a sudden it just sort of, there was a rush of these new technologies. And we got really excited and put a team on this and analyzed more than a dozen different chains. And sort on of after spending, I think, four or five months, we made a decision that we want to build on near. And yeah, the rest is history. We launched last September and it's going incredibly well, incredibly well. I'm sure that we're going to have an opportunity to talk about some of the numbers and metrics and, you know, sort of, yeah, totally. Definitely. I mean, you've had quite many, many, many achievements and it's really grown at an incredible pace and the amount of people that you have engaging with this platform now every day. And, you know, it's good that you really took that time to kind of like, you know, think and make sure that you had the right blockchain, the right timing. And it sounds like you made a good choice there with Near. And sustainable business model as well and token economics. Yeah, for sure, for sure, which is great. And so you talked a little bit at a higher level about sweat economy, but do you mind giving an overview to our listeners of, you know, what it is, what the mission is of your organization? Sure. The mission of the regional sweat coin and that's what economy is to make the world more physically active. And, you know, it seems like it's sort of a tree -hogging mission. And the reality is it couldn't be further away from truth because we actually realized that physical activity has tangible financial value. When I say that your physical duty has value, everyone nods, like you just did right now. But if I ask how valuable it is, people kind of go, could you reframe the question? Could you use different words? I'm like, no, I don't have to. Typically, if something is valuable, it has value attached to it. And here we have something valuable, but we cannot attach any number to it. Maybe there is an opportunity there. And then we started thinking there is an interesting economy that draws parallel with physical activity. It's attention economy by some estimates attention economy now is about $7 trillion business, all the Googles, Facebooks, everything advertising related sits in there and actually quite a lot more. And the interesting parallel between physical activity and attention is that like attention, physical activity is valuable to you. You know, when you pay attention, something starts, you know, you can engage with something, you can get new idea, you can meet somebody, you can, you know, potentially entering some sort of a conversation transaction and purchase something. Very similarly, physical activity is a better physical state, it puts you into a better mental state, it extends your life. And like attention, physical activity is beneficial for a lot of other parties, a lot of other participants on the market, starting from your family that is, of course, would prefer to have you physically active rather than not because they want to enjoy your company for longer, they want you to be in a better mood. Your healthcare provider, your insurer, your employer are all interested in you being physically active and actually prepared to pay for it. Especially insurers, they know very well that your health insurance and your life insurance, if you're physically active, should be a lot cheaper because you're a lot better risk and you genuinely a lot better business for them. Now, attention economy exists and it's $7 trillion, movement economy or physical activity economy doesn't. There is absolutely nothing there. We can talk about it, we can discuss these use cases, but it doesn't exist. And then we thought, hang on a second, in order for humanity not to spend 200 years building this economy, why don't we actually think of creating a token that is tokenizing your physical activity and makes it into a liquid asset that you can exchange with other parties? That's how the concept of Sweatcoin and now Sweat was born. So coming back to your original question, Sweatcoin is our health and fitness app. Despite the name, it's actually not crypto because for eight years we couldn't operate in crypto. We got 240 million users using this application. And when we could move to Web3, to blockchain, it was too late to tell everybody, like, look, from tomorrow, it's going to be completely different game. tokenomics is going to be different. You can't do that. So we had to put out a new token that's called Sweat and it is a crypto token built on NIR. And effectively the way the two businesses work together is you choose, you either play Web3 game and you just create your crypto account and then your steps are converted into Sweat. Or as a lot of people, you know, kind of choose to, they don't opt in and then they get Sweatcoins, which is a centralized points, think of it like air miles that you can gather and you can use inside Sweatcoin, but they cannot be traded on exchanges. They are not real crypto and not as liquid as Sweat, the token. And of course, these two tokens have very, very different token economics. Sweatcoin, for every 1000 steps, you earn one Sweatcoin and Sweat is constantly demanding an increase in number of steps in order to meet next Sweat. This way, supply dynamics are a lot healthier and we have become deflationary already from the month of July. So July and August circulating supply has been slowly shrinking. Wow. Interesting. So much going on there and like incredible. First of all, with the amount of folks that you've been able to onboard the love, the idea of like offering, you know, Web3 and Web2 version, because it might just be those people that maybe aren't quite ready yet, but want to experiment a bit, want to learn about the technology first, then it gives them an easy kind of entry, you know, accessible entryway, which is great. And so you talked about the Sweat token, which is the built on the near blockchain. And that's kind of the for the Web3 version, the currency that kind of behind this whole movement economy. So you talked about that users will get this, they'll earn this from from walking, engaging in that physical activity. What can they do with these with these tokens once they actually receive them? What's the like utility of them? Yeah, no, there is there is plenty. But actually, if we take a step back, because I think in the crypto world, a lot of people are sort of obsessed with the word utility. I actually think that the more important question is, if you ask somebody, why is this token valuable? Yeah, what is the answer to that question? And I have answered to both of these questions. But I would like to start with the one that I think is more relevant in long term, why is Sweat valuable? And the reason why Sweat is valuable is because it is produced by your verified physical activity. So when you move, and if you try to cheat, it doesn't work. In fact, if somebody is trying repeatedly to kind of break into the system and you know, sort of game it, then we just disable accounts and they can never return. But if you put in genuine physical activity, so you sweat it, then we verify it. And we issue with this token that is tokenized physical activity of yours. And because of that, there is no single question in people's mind that it is valuable. It's a very, very different relationship to a string of numbers that sort of miraculously appeared out of, I don't know, nothing, airdrop, I don't know, whatever activity. And then people, majority of people, not crypto natives, but crypto curious are wondering, why does it have any value at all? Why is it not zero? And that is an extremely difficult question to answer. Now we don't have this problem. However, crypto educated or crypto informed you are, that's my physical activity. That's my sweat. That's not zero because, you know, it cannot be, you know, can I sweat it over it? Right. And this is an answer to the longterm question. So in five years, 10 years, 15 years, 20 years time, when people are going to be talking about why is sweat valuable, they're going to say, are you kidding me? It's a tokenized physical activity. How can it be zero? However, it doesn't stop there. You know, in order for us to build movement economy, in order for us to feel sweat with this meaning that it is tokenized physical activity, in order for us to establish financial, you know, kind of number or just a value to it, we need to play a game in the interim that is effectively creating utility and demand drivers for sweat. For a lot of projects, that's all they do. We do have a longterm vision that I've just described to you. The short term vision is extremely simple. You need sweat in order to participate in our kind of network in our platform, you stake sweat, and you earn interest by taking sweat, you also have access to a lot of rewards that are linked to health and fitness, well being fashion, etc. So this is an extremely engaging thing for our users, you are also earning sweat from our learn and earn. And because 90 % of our users are brand new to crypto and web3, they are seeking and are very interested in information. So what is taking? How does it work? You know, how do you transfer? How do you receive crypto? So we are building this whole ecosystem of effectively onboarding products and information, how do you become a proper crypto native? Last but not least, are a lot of functionalities that are being rolled out right now as we're ramping up for our US launch. The most exciting one is Sweat Hero. It's a free NFT game that effectively, if you engage, come in, we give you an NFT of legs. Because, you know, we're about walking and running. Yeah. And, you know, you get the NFT and you can play with other people, literally walking, I'm not going to go into mechanics, if you're interested, you can sort of go and look at it yourself in Sweat Wallet app. Or if you are in the US and you can't still use all the functionality, then you can just go on YouTube and put Sweat Hero and there are plenty of screenshots and screencasts from users that have been participating in beta testing. So you basically go into battle and the game and I battle you and I put 10 Sweat, you put 10 Sweat, the winner takes 80 % and the 20 % goes into what we call a battle fee, which is effectively a token sync that community votes on later on. And that brings me to your one of the first and earlier questions, you know, about move to earn and sustainability of the business, because we're frequently asked, you know, how are you different from, you know, kind of other projects out there? And we say, well, tens of millions of users is one thing, nine years of history and therefore ability to spend time thinking about building sustainable business and sustainable token economics. And what we are doing right now by scaling and not going into that spiral is evidence that we know how to build sustainable businesses that really function. More than that, as I already mentioned, in July and in August this year, Sweat has already become deflationary. So the sources of demand on a monthly basis are higher than emissions of token by you walking, plus all unlocks, users, team investors, and everything. So the number of tokens that hit the market is lower than the number of tokens that are extracted from the market, which in web two world would basically be definition of profitability. Yeah. Yeah, for sure. Very interesting. Yeah. So much on the go. And, you know, I love this idea as well of the Sweat Hero NFT game. I think that's a really fun way to engage people in a different way and to bring NFTs in the mix as well. You mentioned move to earn in there too. And so I know that obviously Sweat Economy kind of is a great example of that, you know, move to earn ecosystem fits within there. You know, there's, it's a pretty early stage space for sure. You know, fairly nascent, a couple projects for sure, like yours that are really growing at a rapid pace, but still very early. Where do you see things when it comes to move to earn in the future, let's say five to 10 years from now? What do you think? How do you think it'll shape, you know, the overall wellness sector in the coming years? I mean, there are several very interesting things here. One is, whole industries are born when you can break a trade -off that, you know, is considered standard. You know, for example, internet broke this trade -off where you could deliver rich message, but very few people, or you could deliver extremely poor message and extremely narrow message to a lot of people. Reach and richness was a trade -off. Internet broke that and the rest is history. You know, you can talk to individual with extremely rich message and sometimes screw with their heads as well as Cambridge Analytica has proven, right? So it's a double -edged sword, unfortunately. So in our world, the trade -off is, or if you want to be healthy, if you want to be active, you got to pay. You got to buy kit, you got to get job membership, you got to dress, you got to do all of these things. You know, how can you be physically active if you're not paying? Actually, because it's beneficial to you and to a lot of other people, we believe that you should be paid for it because it is incredibly valuable. Like in attention economy, you are given free products in exchange for your attention. Why wouldn't we be doing exactly the same thing in exchange for my physical activity? So move to earn is breaking this trade -off and I believe that it is going to become a more or less standard approach because if physical activity was only valuable to me and me alone, I would need to pay. But given that it drives an incredible amount of value for everybody, including countries, I mean, if you're physically active, you're going to be more economically active for longer. The tax revenues from you are going to be higher. It's good business. You know, even if you're looking at it in the dry light of day, obstructing yourself from taking care of people, making sure that, you know, this country is a good place for them to live. But even just in financial terms, it's good business. So this is the first thing that all the businesses in move to earn are doing, regardless if they're Ponzi or non -Ponzi actually think that it's great because businesses are reminding people that their physical activity has value. Bingo. That moves this whole idea of movement economy forward. The other trend that I see is that we need to get fewer people who are focusing on crypto natives, which is the case with a lot of other products and are focusing on mass market, because the value is not in making very, very narrow field of already reasonably rich and wealthy people more physically active. The real value to humanity is going into the lower social stratas, because that typically is where behavior change is most needed. If you look at dominant in A and B social groups, but it's starting to ramp up as you go lower down the income tail. So we need to start focusing on these people. We need to start developing propositions that are absolutely free, that are extremely simple to engage with, like what's what economy is doing. Because a lot of people are asking me, crypto, web3, what's your advice? And my simple advice is, look, we're so early, I can't even point a finger where to go. But if any of you remember internet of 96 and 97, you would remember that, I mean, there was Yahoo, right? There were very, very early businesses. None of them are really sort of dominating. And the opportunity is still there. And the opportunity number one is we still don't have an email for internet. We don't have an ubiquitous use case for web3. That email became for internet. That's what we're focusing on. Can we develop something that every single person on planet earth would be interested and benefit from if they engage with? And if you have legs, and if you can take steps, you know, you can engage with sweat economy. And I think we're on the right path there. The other thing that I would say is that if you actually look at the overall web3, and all the different tokens that exist, I see right now only three use cases or three classes of tokens that can be explained in a very simple fashion. Why on earth do they have value? Case one, Bitcoin digital gold, inflationary protection. It's capped supply. Everyone is paying attention to it. Everyone is in because of the first mover advantage. Therefore, it is playing the role of digital gold and probably is replacing gold as that inflationary protection asset. Case two, layer ones, computers securing asset ownership on the internet. Like electricity powers computers, like tokens, like ETH, like NEAR, like Avax, like MATIC. You need to have them in order for these computers to work for you and secure ownership of assets. And case three is tokenization. And here there is kind of wide range. The most simple one is tokenizing fiat currency, USDT, USDC. Basically, you are turning an asset that already exists into a token to make it more liquid, easier to transfer, easier to exchange with a lot more censorship resistance and with fewer parties being able to tell you can you or cannot you conduct this particular transaction. And there is a lot of experimentation with other assets like TDELs, for example, kind of tokenizing them. And we are pushing absolutely boundaries of that because we're not tokenizing an asset that already exists, that already has markets that can be exchanged. We're creating new asset class because as I said, everyone agrees that physical activity has value. It should have been an asset, but actually without blockchain, it cannot be turned into an asset. And we are creating new asset, new asset class, and the whole new industry that cannot be created without blockchain participating in this.
A highlight from The Mike and Mark Davis Daily Chat - 09/26/23
"Olivia Newton -John would have been 75 today. So this one hurt. I mean, when she passed last year. I mean, how many people are this universally loved? It would have been easy to go get I Honestly Love You or Let Me Be There. But two, three years before that, she had this cover of the great Bob Dylan, If Not For You. It was her first big hit, and so we salute Olivia Newton -John today on what would have been her 75th. Hey! You know, it's funny that you mention this, because I spent some time on the show yesterday saluting a great, great guy out of Columbus, Ohio, Bruce Hooley. He is a Columbus host. He's filled in, I think, for Hewitt a few times. And he and I had a segment together. We haven't always seen eye to eye. He's kind of a mainstream conservative establishment Republican, and he's a really, really spiritual guy out of Columbus. He found out a couple of weeks ago, wham, he's got brain cancer. And he had brain surgery. Well, this guy is now embarking on sort of a journey to say, you know what, remember the things that matter. Now is the time everyone should lean into your faith and remember the love of Jesus, remember what we're here for. And he sees this as almost a calling that he's facing this very tough, difficult journey. And he's got a blog going, Bruce Hooley. You can look him up in Columbus. Spell Hooley. Spell Hooley. H -O -O -L -E -Y. He's the midday host on 98 .9 The Answer, our affiliate in Columbus, the Salem affiliate in Columbus. And he's such a deep man of faith that he said, I'm not afraid of this at all. He said, I know what I'm supposed to do, and if I can share the love of Jesus Christ and help everybody know what the right path is, I'm going to do it in whatever time I have. He's my age. He's 63 years old. And this guy, I always have such a deep admiration because you know what? If it's me, I'm on the floor in the fetal position, and I'm not going to be able to get out of bed. I'm going to be afraid. I shouldn't be. We should know we're here for a short period, and we know what our real purpose is, and we know where we should be headed. But you've got to make—it's an easy choice. And he writes about that. He goes, it's real easy. You accept him as your savior, and you do it now, and don't wait until you get a diagnosis. And that's kind of his message. Mark, I just love the courage and the nobility of people like Bruce. And so you just reminded me of that when our prayers were out. I am so glad. Let us lift him up in prayer. And it's funny. It's a big—not to use everybody else's story as a mirror and an attitude check in our own lives, but it just invariably happens because I can get a little twisted off if I can't get to the bank and the post office in the same day. It kind of gives you a little bit of a big -picture look at your own blessings, your own health, your own prayers. So let's everybody kind of get a grip. I got a scathing email from a listener in Columbus who said, hey, Mr. Wisdom Tooth, we had to hear you whining about your stupid wisdom tooth, and here's Bruce facing brain cancer. How dare you? And she really went at me. And I read this email, and I thought, holy—and that was after I did this lengthy tribute to his courage. But I get it. I lose perspective all the time. And all of a sudden, my stupid dry socket problem didn't seem so bad. That's it. Everything's relative. Like Elaine Stritch said, everybody's got a bag of rocks. We all got something we're dragging around in our lives. And, you know, right now we've got seven candidates on a debate stage dragging around some rocks tomorrow night. And by the way, can you help me understand why Larry Elder's name has just been eradicated from the conversation? They don't even talk about him anymore. A little bit of history, because he did, by all accounts, he did what was necessary to get onto debate stage number one. X amount of fundraising, 1 percent in a stretch of significant polls. He did it. And Ronna McDaniel or somebody simply blocked him from that debate stage. So I think he could have gotten from 1 to 3 percent just by being Larry on that debate stage. And that would have opened the door to who knows what, because if Doug Flippin' Burgum can be in this debate tomorrow night, Larry certainly could. But he was denied the chance to be on debate stage number one. The threshold for debate stage number two is 3 percent. And with Larry back there at one, there's no way for him to triple that without being on the debate stage.
No One Wants to Go Into a Job Knowing They're Potentially Going to Die
"Thought about this while we were talking to Dee Cotter because I was, I wonder what CAL FIRE is doing with the PFAS because I can't imagine that the state, I mean California is very much about health. Like we're avocado toast eaters. So when she was talking, I was really intrigued by it and I actually went to go Google it and nothing came up. So nothing came up when you Googled it? If you Google CAL FIRE PFAS in gear, the state fire marshal's office comes up, firefighting equipment and boom PFAS. IFF articles come up, US fire administrations come up, but there's nothing, there's a lawsuit from 2022, but there's like nothing, no, nothing. Huh. That's interesting. Yep. Same thing. So I'm Googling it and I don't see anything. So I'd be curious to hear more about that. We're doing research live everyone. I don't know. That's from the, they talk about the foam, the firefighting foam. Yeah. They don't talk about the gear. So yeah, their gear is killing them too. So that's a whole nother situation and something that adds to the overall distaste for public service, I think, and why people don't want to work from fire departments. Yeah. Because I mean, so like this other comment just said presumptive cancers have been slowly eliminated in Texas. That's frightening and that's kind of bullshit. Oh, let's talk about the fact that if you do die of cancer, you have to go through this whole, like, even though it's presumptive in California, right? You still have to go through this whole investigative process and they can find that you didn't actually die of cancer because of firefighting, but they can deny the claim. So it could be, it may or may not be a line of duty death in that case. Oh my God. Why are we going backwards? And why do we have to file the paperwork if it's presumptive? Like, why can't it just be? They died of cancer. It's a line of duty death. End of story. Oh, you're still working for us? Oh, you're on your deathbed in cancer? Here's your money. Like be done with it. Yeah. Thanks for your service, but also we're not going to pay for your cancer. Sorry. Right? I'm just like, this is utterly ridiculous. But it's the same. Who was it? Was somebody comment on that too? Or was that in the RDMs that said it's the I haven't read it yet, but I'm frightened to read it. It's too much sometimes. I don't even know. Anyway, sorry. We got off on the cancer topic. Went back to that. Went back to that. Back to that. So if you haven't listened to Dean Cotter's episode, definitely check it out because it's frightening. But it also goes back to what we were saying. Like being a firefighter is not glamorous anymore because it's not what it, I mean, let's say it's not, nobody wants to go into a job knowing that they're going to potentially die. Not even heroically, you know even a heroic death. Right, right. It's, you're just going to walk around in your, uh, turnouts and possibly develop cancer just from, from that. It's just not, it's not
Navigating Change: Chelsi Shares Her Family's Courageous Journey
"We always keep it real about fire family life and sometimes our firefighters need to change the scenery and need to make the difficult decision to transition out of departments that they've been with for many years. So on that note, Chelsea and I have been keeping a little secret from you. Mostly Chelsea has been keeping the secret for months. You want to spill the tea, Chelsea? Oh man, it has been months, hasn't it? I was thinking it's only been like a month, but it's been months. You're right. Sure. I guess. Way to put me on the spot. No, but seriously, yes, I should say I have been eagerly awaiting the time when I can share some very exciting news. My husband has left Cal Fire. He decided it was not time to make a change and he's transitioned into a municipal department as a ECC assistant director. And we're so excited and it's a fantastic change. It's all good things. That's a huge move from Cal Fire to municipal. And we know how hard it is making these kinds of decisions, especially for firefighters and their families. Transitioning careers in the fire service is no small feat, but the decision to leave a department you've been at for a really long time is definitely a lot of excitement mixed with some serious anxiety and uncertainty, I'm guessing, right? Obviously there were struggles in family planning and time management and work -life balance and all of those things. And that finally came to a pretty ugly head recently over the course of the last six months. It really started to take a toll on his mental health and our family life. And so it wasn't so much a difficult decision to think about transitioning out, but then when he finally decided to pull the trigger, it was like, am I actually going to do this? Am I actually applying somewhere? Am I actually taking an interview? Are these things actually happening? And are they what's best for our family? And am I going to take a pay cut? What's going to happen with my pension? How, you know, am I going to lose all my sick leave? There's definitely a lot of anxiety that comes with it, but I would say it was more anticipation than anxiety because it was excited anxiety more than it was like, Oh crap, what have I just done to myself? And it didn't come without a lot of discussion. There was many nights of hardcore discussion about what's this going to look like and you know, things. So I think a lot of firefighters and their families can kind of relate to this too, because it's not really just about their career. It's about how it impacts the whole family. I mean, we hear about this a lot, firefighters changing departments. Give us advice on, you know, what would you say to spouses who might be going through a similar situation? Because it's kind of weird and uncomfortable for some, and there's a lot of pushback from, you know, the current department and a lot of gossip and a lot of just unnecessary crap that goes on behind the scenes. So yeah, and I think we've experienced, like we've experienced a little bit of that. I can't say that I really care. Like, you know me, like I don't, what you say behind my back is none of my business and I could really care less about your opinion because it's not your life. So go ahead and say what you want. So my best advice for that particular situation is just don't care. You have to do what's good for you and your family. And if that means leaving the department after 20 years, then that's what it means. And that's not to say that there wasn't good things about the department. For us, it just wasn't working and it was impacting us on a much bigger scale than we ever have been impacted. And so, you know, you just have to do what's good for you. And if there's people within the department that want to push back against that, then they're not looking out for your best interest. They're thinking about themselves. And while I understand that when someone leaves a position, it does leave holes and overtime for other people, you know, those people also have the choice. There's always a choice. And if you're so impacted by overtime that it's causing you to be mad at somebody else who made a good decision for themselves, then maybe it's time to take a little look in the mirror and find out if you also need to make the same decision. That's just the way it
A highlight from Fasting, Hormetic Stress, Protein, mTOR, and Longevity with Ben Azadi
"So this podcast is sponsored by our friends over at Paleo Valley, and I wanted to tell you about their grass -fed organ complex, which is like a supercharged multivitamin that allows you to get a full spectrum of traditional superfoods loaded with nutrients into your body faster, easier, and without having to tolerate the taste or cooking for that matter. Grass -fed organ complex contains not one, but three organs from healthy grass -fed pasture -raised cows, so you are getting a more diverse array of nutrients. Most other similar products only contain one. It's usually liver, and it's spray dried at high temperatures. The high temperatures damage the vital nutrients. You see, the ideal way to maintain the fragile nutrients and enzymes that are found in organ meats is to eat them raw. Again, most of us are not going to eat raw liver, so instead, Paleo Valley gently freeze -dries the organs in order to preserve as many of these nutrients as possible. You see, liver was coveted by our ancestors. When they killed an animal, they would go right for the liver or the heart first. Liver is considered the most nutrient -dense food on the planet. It's full of B vitamins, vitamin A, and minerals. You have heart. Again, heart was coveted as well. It's super rich in coenzyme Q10, which is so important for great energy and mental clarity. And then you also have the kidney that's in this organ complex, and that's very rich in selenium, which is great for the immune system. So when I think about the organ complex, I think about nutrients like B vitamins, B12, vitamin B2, vitamin A. You also have coenzyme Q10, you have selenium, zinc, copper. This is going to really support your energy, your mental clarity, your immune system, as well as good, healthy skin. Guys, check it out. Go to paleovalley .com forward slash jockers and use the coupon code jockers for 15 % off. Check this out today. Welcome back to the podcast. Today, we're talking about one of my favorite topics. We're talking about fasting, intermittent fasting, extended fasting. I have got an expert, Ben Azadi, and he's going to be talking about tapping into your innate intelligence with fasting, and we're going to go through a lot of common fasting myths and really the truths about fasting, intermittent fasting, as well as extended fasting. A little bit about Ben. He is the author of four best -selling books, Keto Flex, which is a fantastic book that if you haven't read it, definitely check it out. Keto Flex, you can find that on Amazon. He also has written The Perfect Health Booklet, The Intermittent Fasting Cheat Sheet, and The Power of Sleep. Ben has been the go -to source for intermittent fasting and the ketogenic diet. He's the host of a top 15 podcast, The Keto Camp Podcast, another really good podcast to check out. The Keto Camp Podcast, guys, check that out. It won the Keto Podcast of the Year in 2022 by the Metabolic Health Summit. Ben has the fastest -growing Keto Camp YouTube channel with over 150 ,000 subscribers. He also has a great TikTok channel with over 285 ,000 subscribers and over 46 million video downloads.
Voicemail (MM #4570)
"I may have reached that point where I'm finally over the hill, where I'm finally the old man. A recent op -ed in the Washington Post surveyed etiquette experts, and they say at this point in life, you should never leave a voicemail for anybody, even for a business contact. If you have their phone number, you text them first, you send them an email, you don't try to call them. The only people you should call are people who want to hear the sound of your voice. I love the concept, but I find it a hassle. For me, it's easier in 30 seconds to leave exactly what I need, what I want, and why I'm calling, and be done with it, and then they can call me back whenever they want to call me back. Text messages, you text something, you wait. If they answer, it's back and forth and back and forth and back and forth, and you lose 20 minutes. You've wasted more time text messaging than you have on the voicemail. And for me, big thumbs, big hands, I hate text messaging. I still like voicemail. But then again, I was always one who, when the phone rings, you answer it. Don't let it go to voicemail. I guess that doesn't matter anymore.
A highlight from From Struggle To Resilience: Finding Joy in the Face of Dementia
"I absolutely believe that if we were able to lead more improvisational and playful lives as a whole, not when the moment where you're hit with possibly one of the most upsetting and frightening moments in your life, then I think our relationship to a lot of this would shift. Does it make everything okay? Of course not. But it certainly would, again, empower us to be able to do different kinds of things, to create support, to be able to do something more powerful, more joyful, just more positive, more giving. We're not victims. I mean, there's a lot of things, nuances in that, but that's really what we're very committed to doing. In this compelling conversation, Mary Friedli, co -founder of The Joy of Dementia and Re -imagining Dementia joins us to shed light on the unique opportunities for connection that have arisen since the pandemic and the widespread adoption of Zoom. She emphasized the power of creating communities of support for those living with dementia and their families and care partners, transforming the often isolating journey into a joyful and meaningful experience. Mary also shares the critical need to re -imagine the stigma and fear surrounding dementia, revealing the power of resources, tools, and collective efforts in empowering individuals and combating isolation. Welcome to Fading Memories, a podcast for caregivers of loved ones with dementia. I'm your host, Jennifer Fink. My mom had Alzheimer's for 20 years, and when I went looking for answers, I had to start a podcast to find them. Join me as we navigate the challenges of dementia caregiving together. Through personal stories, expert interviews, and practical advice, we'll explore effective communication strategies, stress -free and effective communication strategies, management techniques, and ways to cope with the emotional journey. This podcast is your beacon of support and empowerment. Let's share our experiences, find solace, and discover the strength within us. Get ready to embark on a transformative caregiving journey with Fading Memories. If you're looking for additional advice, be sure to sign up for our weekly email newsletter. It's brief, gives you great advice. You can read it in less than five minutes, and you know where to find the link. It's in the website, on the show notes. We're working on subscriber -only information and specials, so you're not going to want to miss out. Unfortunately, it's part of our modern world that some people will look to prey on the most vulnerable members of our society. With modern technology, scammers have more avenues to exploit people than ever before. Americans over the age of 65, especially those living with Alzheimer's and dementia, are receiving an average of almost 200 unwanted landline calls every week. That's more than 28 calls a day from bad actors trying to defraud our loved ones. Even worse, nearly 10 % of these calls have no caller ID, making it even harder to distinguish between legitimate and fraudulent calls. Older adults are less likely to be tech savvy and more likely to be home during the day to answer these calls. Please don't rely on notes by the phone as an attempt to stop a crime before it happens. You need IMP. IMP offers advanced call protection and a variety of other features to keep you and your loved ones safe from scams. IMP only allows wanted callers to ring through. Stopped are 100 % of the spam, scam, political, fundraising, debt collection, and survey calls before a single ring. Traditional call blockers can't do this and neither can the do not call registry. Don't wait until it's too late. Protect yourself and your loved ones by going to www .joinimpasenhall .com. Also, the link is in the show notes.
Where Should We Be Learning About Menopause? Rosanne Cahill Weighs In
"I was thinking about this when like, you know, I obviously know education is key to this, right? And like get like talking more about pen and pause. Then I was thinking like, where should we be educating women? Because like if I take back to me in secondary school, I mean, to think of like being 45, I mean, I couldn't like 21 was ancient. So like, where, where should we be learning about menopause then? You know something, Heather, we should be learning about hormonal health from a very young age. I mean, I mean, hormonal health now from the perspective of male and female. Yeah. So and give you an example of that, right? So I'm going to do an educational talk this afternoon in a secondary school for teachers. Amazing. Yeah. And I had gotten a message this morning, just in relation to, you know, because of the age difference between the teachers. And there was a little bit of concern around talking about menopause. And I just I just replied back in a voice note, I won't be talking just about menopause, I'll be talking about hormonal health. Like there is a secondary school full, full of hormones at different times all the time. So can you imagine the energetic hormonal field that's within a big secondary school? It's like a hotbed of hormones. But that's why I've decided, you know, rather because people have said, but I'm not menopausal. And I'd say, yeah, but you're hormonal. Yes, yeah. It's about sort of like, learning about it now. So like, when you, but you're right, like, you know, even when you're talking about menstrual cycles, like your your hormones are affecting you at that stage as well. I like that. I think that's a nice shift, because it's nearly like educating yourself through the cycle of womanhood, isn't it? I love that you're going into the school to talk about it, because I do think there is something there interesting about like, talking about this more in the workplace. And myself and like, I worked in say, corporate jobs, it was always like quite, I suppose those environments are getting more empathetic, right? And people coming in and talking about things like menopause, perimenopause, mental health, like all of this kind of things was becoming more the norm. But at the same time, there's always a sort of tension between, okay, that like, I'm empathetic that that's going on in your personal life, but I still need you to do all of these things. So yeah, from that perspective, Heather, right? It's important. And I'll tell you why, right? Because we're in such a career driven environment now, male and female alike. So I'll give you an example of that. Like, whilst it's very difficult to put a policy in place in the corporate environment, it is much easier to put in guidelines. Yes, and education. So I do that as well, you know, I do go to corporate environments to do talks on hormonal health. And I'll tell you the reason why because, because of the conditioning belief system that we've lived in for so many years, and, you know, women have worked, say, in corporate world or in their jobs, whatever that might be, for like, 20, 30 years, perhaps, and suddenly, they're hit with this, like, they're, you know, their bodies have been invaded by an imposter. Bodies have been hijacked, the brain fog sets in, they, they, they, they sometimes struggle with things that used to be automatic for them. Yeah. And what happens then is, you know, the imposter syndrome kicks in, I can't do this, I'm useless, the self -negative talk starts to babble in your head, you know, the mind monkeys are coming at you left, right and centre, and women are leaving their jobs. Yeah. And the backfall to that is for, you know, the organisations, the organisations that they work in, is that then they, they don't know exactly why the woman has left their job, except that she's the wise and, you know, what's going on, and they have to then retrain somebody. Yeah. To, to step into the shoes of a 30 -year experienced person. Yeah. As opposed to looking at it from the point of view and, and the, again, the sick leave around this time of life for women is extremely high.
Certified Menopause Coach Rosanne Cahill Talks Hormonal Health
"Back to Recipes for Success season two with Meet your host, Heather Thompson. I hope you enjoyed our break and were able to catch up on all of your favourite episodes from season one. I have an amazing menu of guests lined up for season two and we're going to be talking about shattering success stereotypes, so really trying to dismantle the conventional and traditional norms of success that we've become accustomed to. For our first episode of season two, I'm delighted to be joined by Rezan Kall, the menopause coach. Rezan, I'm delighted to have you here on Recipes for Success today. Thank you, Heather. Delighted to be with you. Yeah, super. I know like you and I kind of came across each other at an event that we were at and I was just so fascinated by the work that you were doing. And as I was saying, like a lot of this season is about shattering stereotypes. And one thing around menopause in particular is it's just not talked about enough for me, like, you know, I suppose I'm getting to that stage of life where it's going to become very relevant for me. And I have to say it's something I know very, very little about. So I'm really thrilled to have you here to kind of dismantle that sort of silence that we seem to have around it. So maybe you could we could start off by just maybe explaining a little bit about what does a menopause coach do, Roseanne? Yeah, and just to touch on a point there that you mentioned, Heather, you know, we talk about menopause as if it's, you know, something alien that we don't know anything about. But I think from that perspective, it's really set me thinking from the point of view of hormonal health. Because we all have hormones, men, women alike, you know, and the fact that we've been so closed off to everything menopause for so many years, like we assumed I would have assumed that not sure you'd be 80 by the time you get to that stage, do you know what I mean? Whereas we underestimate and almost dismiss the fact that, you know, our hormonal cycle starts at a very young age. And it's normalised to have a menstrual cycle and, you know, go through the years of that, you know, and that brings us down to, you know, the end of the end of our menstrual cycle. But the point I'm making is, is that we can always have issues around hormonal health, but we just normalise it, if that makes sense. Yeah, it does. And I think it's a really interesting point. And I know, obviously, you're a reflexologist as well. And even personally, like that's something as I started to explore more around hormones that I actually found reflexology very helpful, because you're right, it's sort of like, to me, it's maybe a little bit around how we regulate ourselves. And like, that's where the hormones come in. But you're right, like, I think we always think that the brain is maybe the one that's driving things. But actually, in fact, sometimes it can be our hormones. But if we don't know anything about hormone regulation, then it's very kind of difficult to know and understand what's actually going on, isn't it? Yeah, and that's a very precise way to put it. Like, it is the hormonal regulation. And there's times, you know, we're going along, everything is hunky dory, and then boom, you know, mid cycle after revelation, we start to just go and we just normalise it, we don't connect that, you know, we assume it's the imposter in our brain. Yeah. You know, that's hijacked us for that couple of days or weeks for some people prior to the actual menstrual cycle. And we think, is this normal? Is this normal? And you just carry on with your everyday life because it happens on a monthly basis. So you made a very good point around hormonal regulation, the recommendation would look like and I work I work now as well with quite, you know, much younger women. And the recommendation would be that, you know, if you if you were experiencing hormonal dysregulation, that you would go for the likes of endocrine reflexology, just after ovulation, to support the regulation of the hormones that you can transition into your menstrual cycle with a little bit more ease.
Success Works Best When We Define It for Ourselves
"Hi everyone and you're very welcome back to another episode of Recipes for Success with me your host, Heather Thompson. Today's episode is a little bit different, this is a solo cast episode so it will just be me and I'll be talking about how we define success. So what you can expect from these solo episodes is I'll be kind of pulling on some of the fundamental elements of success and also very much from what I've talked about with my guests in terms of how they've defined success, elements that have helped them in their success, maybe barriers or challenges to it. So it's really just kind of giving you more language, more understanding, more awareness about how you can build your own personal success because that's the really important message that I hope you're getting from the conversation so far is that success works best when we define it for ourselves. So let's start there today, like what is success, how do we define it? Well I think there's a lot of very like traditional kind of conventional stereotypes of that. I think if I was to maybe name a few it would probably be being 10 like losing weight that's often seen as success, security, you know it's particularly in Ireland in previous eras you know the secure job, the teacher, the pension, the civil service, money and so basically like the more money the better it doesn't matter how you get that money or the impact that it has and status you know titles, certain professions are seen as being you know kind of better than others whether that's law or being a doctor so they're kind of like and they're all related I suppose to the norms of society like what success is seen like and how people know really what box to put you in so if you're of a certain status, you drive a certain car then I can make an assumption I suppose about the lifestyle that you lead. What I hope you're getting from the people that I'm talking to is that you don't need to just define success that way and not that there's anything inherently wrong with any of that if that's how you choose to live your life but the important part is that you are understanding what success looks like for you and you're not living by someone else's definition and that you're doing it very consciously and very intentionally so you want to be living your life basically like you don't want to be living someone else's so what else could success be? Well I think some of the themes that we've saw in season one, health, happiness, working less, healing journeys, gratitude, connection, the sort of lifestyle that you're having, more freedom, maybe you have a house by the sea, it's all about people kind of understanding like following their dreams right like it's about people kind of understanding what it is that they want and then going after that not just kind of doing what was expected of them, what they've maybe fell into, what they decided to do you know after school which I think when you think about it like making the decision at 18 or 19 that we think we need to live by for you know the 50 years that we need to work is a little bit mad so it's kind of it's funny why you were so scared to change when actually it's probably way more logical to think that of course over your working life what you enjoy doing and what gives you fulfillment and kind of normalizing the concept of having like a second or third career
Dr. Robert Lustig Exposes Truth Behind Sugar and Obesity
"Dr. Robert Lustig is professor emeritus of pediatrics, division of endocrinology at the University of California, San Francisco. He specializes in the field of neuroendocrinology with an emphasis on the regulation of energy balance by the central nervous system. His research in clinical practice has focused on childhood obesity and diabetes. Dr. Lustig holds a bachelor's in science degree from MIT, a doctorate in medicine from Cornell Medical College and a master's of studies in law from UC Hastings College of Law. Dr. Lustig has fostered a global discussion of metabolic health and nutrition exposing some of the leading myths that underlie the current pandemic of diet -related disease. He believes the food business by pushing processed food loaded with sugar has hacked our bodies and minds to pursue pleasure instead of happiness, fostering today's epidemics of addiction and depression. By focusing on real food, we can beat the odds against sugar, processed food, obesity and disease. And you wrote a couple of books. One is Fat Chance and it's a New York Times and the bestsellers list and the latest one Metabolical, I have read and formed my questions and I have a lot of quotes for you and ask you to address them. Actually it's not really a... You might you might also mention the third book and the reason is because we're talking about addiction and I wrote a book that's pretty much all about addiction and depression and that is The Hacking of the American Mind which really is about diet and mental health and so this is a book that your audience may very much appreciate. Good, wonderful and I would love to have you back and maybe talk about that one and Fat Chance. So yeah we'd love to have you back. I know Esther would agree. You explain that the book Metabolic, it's not really a word Metabolical but but it's a combination of Metabolic and Diabolical and what is going on is Metabolical. Your YouTube video, Sugar the Bitter Truth, has gone viral with over 24 million views and this is the truth. This is, these are the studies that back it up. I'm a believer. We're gonna talk about big food, big pharma, medical industry and the government which are all contributing to this and I told Esther when we decided who to invite I said I want to invite Rob. I've followed you, I've listened to your your videos, you're brilliant and you're bold. You speak the truth and which is based on science and data. Yeah let's start by talking about your work and why you decided to write this book. First of all, you know I didn't come at this with an agenda. I'm a pediatric neuroendocrinologist. I started out taking care of kids with brain tumors and it turns out that a lot of kids with brain tumors become massively obese and I had to deal with the obesity. As I researched that phenomenon which is called hypothalamic obesity, I realized that the same physiology that was causing patients these obesity was actually important in general obesity not related to brain tumors. The hormone insulin, okay, is you know the diabetes hormone. Everybody knows that you know you have to take insulin if you have diabetes to lower your blood sugar. Well where does the blood sugar go with because of the insulin? The answer is it goes to your fat. Insulin is the energy storage hormone and we started realizing that pretty much everybody with obesity had an insulin problem and actually those with the highest insulin problems also had all of these other diseases like for instance polycystic ovarian disease, fatty liver disease, cancer, dementia, gout, hypertension. It turned out we realized that insulin was the bad guy in the story and so then the question was what makes insulin go up in people that don't have brain tumors and the answer was sugar and so you know that's how I got into this and you know basically I've been trying to explain you know the vicissitudes of the American diet you know to the public ever since and explaining that you know there is no pill for this. You know the only way to get insulin down is get rid of the refined carbohydrate and sugar.
A highlight from 50 Year Old Rapper Krayzie Bone Fighting For His Life In ICU...
"Spotify for Podcasters has revolutionized the world of podcasting by allowing the novice and seasoned podcaster to create a podcast painlessly and in real time. No cost, no hassle, and you can even record from the comfort of your own PC or phone. That's right, and the Q &A polls allow real -time interaction between the host and his audience. What are you waiting for? Download Spotify for Podcasters now and make your voice heard on sites like Spotify, iHeartRadio, Deezer and more. Prayers go out to Crazy Bone. He is a member of the infamous hip -hop trio Bone Thugs and Harmony, and of course everyone pretty much I would assume you probably know who Bone Thugs and Harmony is. They've been responsible for such hits as Crossroads, First of the Month. I mean, man, you know, if you are a 90s baby, you probably definitely have heard of Bone Thugs and Harmony, Crazy Bone, Busy Bone. I've actually seen them in concerts, so the guys were absolutely amazing on stage. I think I saw him at Chop Suey here in Seattle. But anyway, Crazy Bone is going through a medical emergency. It's not looking good. He is actually fighting for his life. According to sources, he checked himself into a Los Angeles hospital after he was coughing up a lot of blood. So he checks himself into a hospital, and obviously there's some type of bleeding going on with one of the arteries in his lungs, and doctors have been unsuccessful in stopping that bleeding. So they are attempting a second surgery after the first one was unsuccessful. So, they are attempting a second surgery to try to stop the bleeding, and he is on a ventilator. He is having to have assisted breathing, so it does not look good for Crazy Bone. Fifty years of age, just a bad situation. So we are praying for his recovery. I have not heard any updates, except the fact that they are performing a second surgery and the family is being very, very quiet about his medical condition. Obviously, the only ones that really know what's going on with Crazy Bone is probably family members at this point, but we are praying for a speedy recovery. Obviously, I think it's pronounced sarcoidosis, sarcoidosis. I think this is the disease, it's kind of like an inflammatory disease that attacks the lymph nodes, the lungs, the eyes, the brains, pretty much any organ in the body. For some people, they kick it. It's not a problem, but for some people, obviously, like anything, it can be very detrimental to their health. Bernie Mac, famous comedian, he passed away from sarcoidosis. So it's definitely something that can be fatal if not treated properly, if not caught early. We are praying for Crazy Bone, that he makes a speedy recovery. This obviously is very, very bad news. People like LeBron James, other celebrities are reaching out to extend their prayers. Definitely, we are asking that the audience members here on Convo Over Cigars pray for Crazy Bone, that he makes a speedy recovery after this medical emergency. You guys have been locked in to another edition of Convo Over Cigars on a Monday. I'm your host, Derrick Andre Flemming. It's a rainy one in Seattle. Everybody be blessed.
How a 50-Pound Weight Gain Sparked Ann Carden's Fitness Empire
"Did you start going into the media and the coaching or did you have like other general areas? Yes. So in the process of running that doll business, that craft business, I gained 50 pounds. And because it was very sedentary, right? There was no activity to it at all. And I had never been overweight in my entire life. So I was literally miserable. I mean, except when I was pregnant, obviously, but I was miserable. And so I really hit this kind of a crossroads in my life. Okay, I'm stopping this business. I don't feel good about myself. I don't even know what's next for me. Like, I don't even know what I'm going to do. And I still didn't want to go back into retail management. I still didn't want that life. My kids were still in school. So I started thinking, okay, the only thing I have control of here is to take better care of myself. And so I started eating right, working out. Long story short, I got in the best shape of my life. And I fell in love with fitness. And so I decided, okay, I think I want to help other moms feel this good. And I know that there's nothing around now. At that time, there were not health clubs on every corner. There just were not those things out there. Again, this was a lot of years ago. And so I decided that I would get certified. And I had to order the books. Like, that's how far back this was. I had to actually get in a magazine and order these huge binders that came in the mail so I could get certified. But I thought, I'm going to start teaching fitness classes if I can get moms that want to do this with me. So I went to one of my kids' back to school barbecues, or both my kids' back to school barbecues. And I handed out flyers. I found a community hall where I could teach fitness classes. And I asked moms if they wanted to take fitness classes with me. Well, I was in the best shape of my life. So like, we want to look like you. So yes, we will take them. So I was charging, I don't know, $36 or $39 a month, something like that. Well, it kept growing and growing. And I kept growing. And then I came up with a program called Body Blast. And at that time, it was trademarked. And I was also doing nutrition with people. So I got certified nutrition. And so I had a small bedroom in my home where there were back steps. So I actually set that up as an office and I had people coming to my home and I was doing nutrition with them. But I got the idea to put the nutrition and a fitness program together. And I called it Body Blast. And they came five days a week. We worked out at five in the morning. And I gave them nutrition and we measured and we weighed and we did all the stuff that now you see now. So this would sound ridiculous to anybody, but it was very different back then. I was charging four times what my fitness fees were for this. So it was like $125 or something to do this Body Blast. Well, it literally took off. I mean, people had these phenomenal results. And before I knew it, I had people driving miles and carpooling to come to my Body Blast. And so that really helped my business explode. And then I started looking, okay, I have to move from this little bitty town. It was actually called The Village, 93 people. That should tell you something. I'm going to have to move into the bigger town and find another place. And my husband was going into bigger rent and all of that. Oh, I just don't know. He said, if you can find a place with no lease, no long lease and it's within what you're already making, he said, then I'll support you. That's really where we were. So I found a place where they didn't put me into a long lease and I quickly outgrew that. Then I moved into another building. And then long story short, by the time it was all done, I ended up with a 16 ,000 square foot health club. I had a big weight loss center. I had loads and loads of people. And then during the recession, I opened two more. I opened up Women's Fitness Club in another location about an hour away. And I opened another weight loss center and it was a high -end club. So it was more training, bootcamp style. I was still running Body Blast. That Body Blast program made me well over a million dollars. Just that one little program because I became known for that. Talk about brands. I really became known. We had a waiting list all the time because I was running them myself because I thought at that time, oh, no, this is my thing. This is my baby. And so I was running them myself and people would call and say, when's the next Body Blast? When's the next Body Blast? And so we would have a waiting list. And it got to where we were even turning people away for those. So I just kept up in the price and up in the price. And yeah, so it was a crazy ride.
"u c. health" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"In between when he's read the headlines. Yeah, Jack of all trades Good for it. Got it, man. We check in now with traffic one more time. Robert. What is going on? We'll get back to your calls Coming up next by the way. Well, it's crazy. I I apologize. Now, if I'm missing an area where there is an accident because they're already your job right now is not easy. There are so many of them, and I've got a list of some roads here that are pretty much impassable because of the ice from the U. C. Health Traffic Center. You see health cardiology provides the region's most advanced heart care program visit you see health dot com slash heart for details. Biggest problem right now is the ice. These roads are pretty much impassible Forest. Avenue east of Vine. Martin Luther King between Jefferson and Burnett, Marburg and Ridge near Alamo Gray near Winton Road. Kennedy, north of 71. Winton Road Up the hill from Spring Grove Langdon Farm at Montgomery Road and Vine between Martin Luther King and Mitchell Anywhere There's a hill. You're going to have trouble And that's when you're going to see cars struggling and moving from side to side and you're gonna be at risk if you're on the side of them. So what? Use extra caution, Slow down and avoid areas with hills for the time being. I'm Rob Williams news radio 700 wlw. 700 WLW Weather Center for tonight Got that winter weather advisory. In effect, Definitely some weather around. We could see 1 to 3 inches of snow is part of all this obviously, depending on where you're at. There are slick streets..
"u c. health" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Breaking now. This is about our constitution and abusing the impeachment power. For political gain A mini trial today before the opening arguments are made tomorrow in the U. S. Senate. Today's debate was whether the former president should even be on trial. For allegedly inciting the riot on Capitol Hill. A month ago, Our new chaplain got up and said a prayer for us, and we were told to put our gas masks on. And then there was a sound I will never forget. Sound of pounding on the door like a battering ram. And tonight, senators decided to go forward in this boat. The age of 56. The days are 44 2nd impeachment trial of former President Trump will continue tomorrow now that senators voted 56 to 44 that the proceedings are constitutional. Lead impeachment manager, Maryland Democratic Congressman Jamie Raskin. You will not be hearing extended lectures for me because our case is based on cold. Hard fact. Mr. Trump's lawyers argued the proceedings were unconstitutional and cited the client's First Amendment rights. Lead defense Attorney David shown accusing the senator presiding over the trial. Patrick Leahy of being biased the presiding officer respectfully. Already has publicly announced his fixed view before hearing any argument or evidence that Mr Trump must be convicted on the article of impeachment before the Senate and indeed that members in both parties have an obligation to vote to convict as well. The trial will resume at noon tomorrow with continuing coverage. The impeachment trial, Daria Aldinger ABC News Now look atyour Drive home, the latest traffic and weather together from the U. C. Health Traffic Center. You see health cardiology provides the region's most advanced heart care program. Visit you see health dot com slash heart for details. North bound 75, a backup is continuing to build due to an accident past 1 29. It's blocking both the center lanes, so expect to slow down if you're headed north. Broken down. Pick up on the right shoulder of 2 70.
"u c. health" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Traffic and weather news Radio 700 wlw Cincinnati. Presenting evidence for the second time with 1 30 Report. I'm Jack Crumley breaking now. These second impeachment trial of Donald Trump has begun in the Senate Congressman Jamie Raskin, speaking for house impeachment managers, the essential prosecutors in the case You will not be hearing extended lectures for me. Because our case is based on cold. Hard fact, he says attorneys for President Trump want to end this trial before it even begins. Argument is that if you committed an impeachable offense in your last few weeks in office You do it with constitutional impunity. You get away with it, In other words, conduct that would be a high crime and misdemeanor. In your first year is president. And your second year is president. And your third year is president. And for the vast majority of your fourth years, president you can suddenly do in your last few weeks in office without facing any constitutional accountability. It all. Attorneys for the former president argued that it's unconstitutional to hold an impeachment trial because Donald Trump is no longer in office. He's charged with inciting insurrection for his speech to supporters just before thousands of them stormed the U. S. Capitol on January 6th as lawmakers were counting election results. Oh, now the latest traffic and weather together from the U. C. Health Traffic Center, you see health cardiology provides the region's most advanced heart care program. Visit you see health dot com slash hard for details still plenty of slick spots on the roads even though they may look clear problems on the highway, South 75 between the lateral and Mitchell and accident blocks the left lane South 75 Harrison Avenue exit The left two lanes are blocked. No 71 after Taft had accident on the right shoulder and still dealing with that open manhole on westbound River Road at still drive the cover is sitting in the road as well. And that accident Montana south of Baltimore. I'm Rob Williams News radio 700 WLW. Now the ladies forecast from a train heating and cooling Weather Center on news radio 700 wlw. Glories are still possible for the rest of the day with a high of 33 degrees, But our road related issues because of snow we're going to linger for quite some time. And unfortunately, another chance for snow comes in for Wednesday. This will come in during the day, some to the south, leaving..
"u c. health" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"But I don't represent the country. I only speak to you and I'm very, very privileged to do that. It's 12 30. It's time for the news news, radio 700 wlw news, traffic and Weather news Radio 700 w L jealousy. Cincinnati. Well, it's not over yet. More snow coming. This is the 12 30 report. I'm Matt Reese. Breaking now It's been since 2000 and eight that we've seen this much snow. The airport says 9.8 inches, but more has been reported elsewhere in the tri state. And there's more snow on the way. It's the highest snowfall in more than a decade, and the Tri state is looking at even more snow before the week is over. Another cold front moves in late tonight in the early Wednesday morning, that'll be mostly freezing rain, but meteorologists are calling for more snow Wednesday that could add another couple of inches to the total accumulation by Thursday morning. Also We're looking at the possibility of more snow this weekend with highs to start next week. Only in the teens. I'm Jack Crumley news radio 700 wlw. All right, let's check the roads now the latest traffic and weather together. From the U. C. Health Traffic Center. You see health cardiology provides the region's most advanced heart care program. Visit you see health dot com slash heart for details with road crews have done a pretty good job of keeping the roads clear. But don't let that fool you still plenty of slick spots out there, even on the highways best bet just to stay at home or at work. Couple of accidents have notes one with vehicles on both shoulders.
"u c. health" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Win together daughter work now terms and conditions apply. No purchase necessary. The official rules for details. World of traffic and I'm sure they're issues elsewhere. But the biggest problems have been in the heart of downtown this morning. Yeah, You're absolutely right and still bar. Yeah, you have the bridge, and it's it seems like just too soon is police and everybody is able to get one clear and out of the way. There's a new one. Yeah, that's what's been happening on South bound 75 for sure, just before the Brent Spence Bridge. From the use of it down. I'm sorry. Write down, Okay? I thought it might be my turn for that from the U. C. Health Traffic center. You see, Health cardiology provides the region's most advanced heart care program. Visit you see help dot com slash heart for details. South bound 75 South bound 71 really struggling this morning, South bound 75 That's backing up through ST Bernard, due to multiple problems at the brand. Spence Bridge had just watched him pull semi out of the way right about the sixth Street viaduct, Gramps. That, at least is improving for the time being. But just as I say that I see a new accident on that six street ramp Now, just above that, South bound 71 has been struggling to first Rex and fight for a couple of them in blue ash, then problems between basically Dana and downtown where there's been multiple accidents, especially right around the Taft Ram North bound 71. Traffic's not getting off of Fort Washington Way trying to make it out of the tunnel and up the hill. I have seen very few cars able to do that. His problems elsewhere to like North bound to 75 Beach Month and at the Milford 28 exit coming out of Octavia westbound on 30 two's a major problem Now with a couple of trucks that are involved in an accident, just as you're trying to pull the hill and making your way towards East Gate chucking from NewsRadio, 700 wlw. This report is sponsored by Allstate. You were driving less You could be saving more on car insurance with paper mile insurance from Allstate, Pay for the miles. You drive and save on the miles. You don't Call.
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"I'm looking out the window. I could see the interstate. I don't Wow, it looks like it's moving freely. So it is. I was going to say that the second impeachment is just it's a waste of people's taxpayer's money. I mean, if Kobe is the biggest thing in the country, which I agree that it is, it's zuletzt handle that if everything was just moving around. On spinning like a top right now. Okay, that we could look at that, But I don't think some plus again inciting You know, pissing off 50% of the country's just not. And if this was the other way around, I'd say I'd feel the exact same way this were, you know, looking back at Clinton being piece, you know, Okay. You could make the reason of why according to the law, and he lied under oath. Is that in peace? Maybe, but Looking back on that I can sit here and say that was probably not good, because half the country was enraged by that, And I don't think that did any sort of healing. And maybe that's where we are now because we keep doing back and forth. Will you do that? The US now we're gonna do that to you. Then when you did that, just back and forth at some point we gotta like, draw a line in the sand and say, Okay, we're gonna liberal move forward. We're gonna look forward from here on. I'm not gonna look back and say Well, you did this, the Hudson So and all this, you know, tit for tat kind of thing. I just think hopefully that could happen. I don't know if it will, but I don't see how this in any way resembles that. That's a very good point. And it's got to start somewhere. Thank you from the U. C. Health traffic center. You see Health in science lives Hope slow traffic on South 75 between Mitchell and 74. There is reported some debris in the road across the middle lane of the Highway east to 75 as you approach Montgomery Road. So you some care their latest accident on route 50 it Kilby Road and cleaning up an accident round four at Maple Avenue in Hamilton. I'm Rob Williams News radio 700 WLW forecast from a 700 wlw Weather Center for tonight, clouds early, followed by partial.
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"United says there will be 11 daily nonstop departures from Colorado Springs. A nonstop between the springs in Los Angeles is a re launch of a popular route that had been suspended because of covert 19 U. C. Health will test an appointment only drive up testing site at Coors Field this Sunday they hope to vaccinate 1000 people. Our goal here is t be able to just sort of design flow and to test how many people we might be able to vaccinate and discover how efficiently this might be done. You see health, Dan Weaver says. If all goes well, they'll have a two day drive up on the 30th and 31st to vaccinate 10,000 All the vaccinations will be by appointment only. Next updated six o'clock David Ko ko a news radio 8:50 A.m. and 94 1 FM crashes covered crashes Go Looks like a couple of have gone out of your way, including that crash westbound. I 76 approaching 74. Commerce City Drive is busy on I 76 on that to 70 drive in both directions. Ah, better drive on. I 70 in the bed. Fred Sports Traffic Center. They clear that crash eastbound. I 70 approaching. Go back. That's gone, but still heavy back from I 25 up on the North side. Watch for delays. 88th and Washington that I 25 drivers pretty busy from I 76 up to Thornton Parkway and out West South bound Wadsworth approaching 32nd. You've got an accident in your way. There's also one in Broomfield at Sheridan and Midway, Fox. Anyone pinpoint whether tonight 23 Tomorrow 50 and then 35 scattered snow showers on Sunday.
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"Bench won't forget the game. He was behind the plate, part of history and Growing up and thinking nobody would ever break that record. In here. I was standing there Opening day game was stopped. Vice President Gerald Ford came on the field to congratulate Aaron. Great Day for baseball the best to you. Erin later said What should have been the best time of his life turned out to be the worst because of death threats you've been receiving. He said he had to break Ruth's record for his people. And for the people that called him the n word. I'm Brian comes news Radio seven W. W. Marty Brennaman, sharing his memories of that day in 1974 black Man on the verge of breaking a record that many years ago not that many years ago from the time In which he did it. People were saying the record was unbreakable that nobody would ever break Babe Ruth's record, But here he was on the verge of doing it. He was a black man, and he was going to break the record of a man who Whose career made him an icon in the game, a major league baseball and Babe Ruth. Marty's gonna be talking more about Henry Aaron. And just a moment with Lance. On sports Talk here on news radio 700. W well, w But first let's check your drive home tonight the latest traffic and weather together from the U. C. Health traffic Center and you see health. Our clinical research and scientific discoveries allow us to offer new treatments for epilepsy patients learn more at U C, health dot com slash epilepsy. They've cleared a couple of accidents now, North bound 75 toward Turfway that accidents clothes Still some slow traffic toward 42. Also, the accident cleared north of town on South 75.
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"Dr. Anthony Fauci of the National Institutes of Health is now in a new role under President Biden. But under President Trump, Dr Fauci now admits he was unable to tell the whole story. And feels a sense of relief tonight. Dr Anthony Fauci, now President Biden's chief covert adviser, saying he can now speak freely about the pandemic, unlike under President Trump that you didn't feel that you could actually say something, and there wouldn't be any repercussions about Dr Fauci is saying it's liberating working for a president who says to just relay the scientific facts and not unfounded. Potential cures, including Being the ongoing Corona virus outbreak as the national emergency that it is getting this mess overnight. It's gonna take months for us to turn things around. Let me be equally clear. We will get through this. We will defeat this pandemic. Biden, saying that his top priority now is ramping up the national vaccination program, and he's again pleading with Americans the wear a face mask. Calling it a patriotic duty. Let's check your drive home tonight. The latest traffic and weather together now from the U. C. Health Traffic Center at U C. Health. Our clinical research in scientific discoveries allow us to offer new treatments for epilepsy patients learn Maura at U C, health dot com slash epilepsy. An accident continues to block the left lane in the Laughlin Split South 75 year heavy to Sharon Road, a broken down South 71 partially blocks the right lane past Red Bank. You're heavy into the Ken would cut An accident eastbound down Montgomery Road and getting onto the ramp to South 71 an accident eastbound to 75 past 42 11 in is blocking the right lane. You're heavy back towards 75. I'm Rob Williams with traffic on news radio 700 wlw. Now, the latest forecast from the advanced industry Weather Center advanced industry would like to say thanks. It's an honor to serve our community during this time and always visit no fear. Dennis Don kam tonight It's mostly clear and we're down to 27 Now for tomorrow, few clowns around and then sunshine, a high of 35 at night Clear and frigid, alot a 19 looking ahead Saturday 33 degrees Sunday 40 with a chance of rain from your severe weather. Ste. Should I'm nine first warning. Chief meteorologist Steve Raleigh News Radio 700 WLW Radars All clear and our temperature and Cincinnati is 46 degrees. Coronavirus Update in Kentucky from the governor.
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"No. This is still 1948 on the truck and get into the dam site. Thank you. End of story. It is very simple way you put it. Thank you. I mean, maybe it's just wishful thinking. But that's clicking away. There was Robert, What do you think? There. Any kind of inoculations weaken. Give drivers at the moment. Oh, no, I have one forum, but I don't think it's illegal. Well, we definitely need to find something that's going to be calming because it involves a lad. Yeah. Oh, it's crazy out there you you. You think it was snowing? If you heard the report from the U. C Health traffic center at UC Health, our clinical research and scientific discoveries allow us to offer new treatments for epilepsy. Patients learn more If you see health dot com slash epilepsy to areas they've cleared problems one the accident North 75 Galbreath, You remain very heavy back to Mitchell. The other is broken down semi. They've cleared that one South 75 the cut on the hill. Traffic is recovering from the Brent Spence Bridge. Current accidents South 75 in the Laughlin split the left lanes blocked your heavy toe above Shepherd Lane and that accident North 71 before the lateral on the left shoulder. It's slowing it down to Smith Edwards. Traffic there continues heavy on up towards Stuart. There's a serious accident with entrapment in Addis tenets on three Rivers Parkway. At 2nd 10 and Germany Lane and that accident now on Cold rain avenue near round top I'm Rob Williams news radio 700 wlw Before cast from a 700 wlw Weather Center for tonight. Clear Skies 28 4 Tomorrow Morning clouds sun in the afternoon. The high of 33. It is nice right now. 46.
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"National Guard in both the state and to be sent to Washington as preparation for any further violence by those unhappy with election results. State Highway Patrol will be out in force in Columbus. Ohio National Guard will be out in force in Columbus. The governor also shutting down parts of the State House this weekend, Local congressman Brad Went strip will be on with Bill Cunningham coming up after this newscast. An update from Washington coming up but first Latest traffic and weather together. From the UC health traffics under the U. C. Health weight loss and our offer's solution for life changing weight loss, you see health dot com slash weight loss to take the next step, heads up for a broken down van and took on North bound 75 in the cutting the hill. And it's off to the right shoulder. Who's continue to work in an accident down running road at William Howard Taft and Reddick congestion there above aft also congestion on Warren Avenue between 75 the Ronald right in both directions. No delays on the highways. I'm Rob Williams. It was radio 700 w. Now, the latest forecast from the advanced industry Weather Center advanced industry would like to say thanks. It's an honor to serve our community during this time and always visit no fear, Dennis Don kam, looking at increasing clouds today high of 46 degrees looking at light rain, mixing with snow tonight with a low of 34 some sunshine Friday as clouds rolling again Oh, hi back into the low forties..
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"Try a new mattress. So getting more sleep is a dream. So whether you've resolved to refresh the living room at more color or get organized with a new desk right now, you can save $100 off every 1000 you spent at Haggerty's well, little over modulated there is I don't like you think. Don't get technical on me now. Mike. Did you hear the one that we want? Collinsworth was on in the afternoon. It sounds like he's in the shower. Yes, he starts out here doing a little sports action. Yeah. Sounds fine for the intro and out pro. But in between Oh, guys. Got a busy got a lot to juggle. You get stuff done while you're taking a shower. All right, Traffic. What's up? It's not pretty on east them to 75. Since we talked last they blocked off another lane at 7 47. So the three left lanes are blocked that single file to get by in the right. And this traffic jam is closer to a 45 minute delay now because the break like start Before you get to went and rode this all from the U. C. Health Traffic center, the U. C. Health Weight loss Center offers solutions from life changing weight loss visit you see help dot com slash weight loss to take. The next step is also a wreck. Eastbound 74 at the 75 ramp. They are in the media in between the North and the South bound ramp. The latest disease found on the Reagan highway and accident near Witton is backing traffic towards Hamilton Avenue. Chuck Ingram News radio 700 wlw. This report is sponsored by Mattress burns the year on sale at Mattress firm for a limited time. Save up to $300 on.
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"I think that we have to make Steve Chabot, Ear's Our guest. And Steve, You know they're they did actually murder. Ah, uh, capital Officer. Police officer. What do you think should be should happen to these folks? I mean, I think they're traitors to this country and and I think fullest descent of the law. I agree with your Eddie. Anybody who committed violence. I mean in that particular instance I don't I don't have any idea who who did that. But I think we're gonna find out and in my understanding. It was a It was a fire extinguisher that was used in that incident. A woman shot and killed two. Now that case, you know, she was one of the folks I think trying to get in with others, you know, so it's a different circumstance. There were a few other deaths and I understand where natural causes. We had a policeman who committed suicide. A swell in some degree, That's a victim, too, Although it's you know you're probably not going to charge any particular person with that. But those who committed crimes and there were a lot of crimes committed, they should be fully prosecuted under the law is far as I'm concerned. Steve, In your opinion. What? How much fault is was because of Donald Trump. How much is he had fault for what happened at the Capitol. And how do you What's your response to that? Well, his his. You know, his comments it. It's a rally and I went down and I looked at that. I didn't see his rally at the time. I was here in my office right across the street from the Capitol building. They were keeping the number of people in the house. At that time. Debating down to a minimum was supposed to be only 11. People aside, there are 435 of us in the house, probably 90 plus percent of jumpers. We're on our officers like myself, but and so I was flipping around on the TV and watching this kind of unfolding And so I saw a little of the president's speech. But what he said. I mean, there may be some things that were ill advised. Arguably, some would say reckless. But not impeachable crime where he actually incited the insurrection. When I saw that I went back and reviewed the entire tape, you know, he talked about marching down to the Capitol peacefully. You know, that's what he said on there. He never urged people to commit violence or anything like that. Now, now, after the people got down here, and it became clear that people were trying to breach the building, and that You know, there was a period of time when when you know he probably should have tried to calm crowd and told him This is not what to do. He ultimately, you know, did that to some degree, But those are all things that an investigation. A fair with a bipartisan investigation. So it just isn't you know, a kangaroo court kind of thing by one side or the other? That would be constructive. I think like we did with September 11th. We learned a lot from September 11. Andre Haven't seen a major attack on the country sense in because we learned our lessons, and we had to learn our lessons here, too. But right today, it's just finger pointing, Um, you know, in my view, impeachment and such a quick time. Uh, I mean, it's incredible how rapidly this haven't they leaving within a week? This is like pouring gasoline. On the fire. We ought to get the time we ought to be coming together. You know, we ought to be fine and common ground and we ought to be doing what's in the best interest of the country. We have a tone down the political rhetoric in my opinion, but You know an impeachment at this point, I just don't think it's the right thing for the country. See, we appreciate your time. But last question I knew I believe five Republicans, if not more, and it was five earlier, including Liz Cheney and number three ranking member of the House said. They're going to vote for impeachment. Now you're not them me that they have their own reasoning. But what? What's your response to some of the breaking, I guess in the ranks for the folks that the report on the Republican side that want to vote to impeach him. I had no ill will toward anybody who votes one way or the other. We're all accountable for our vote and doing what we think. Eyes, right? I intend to vote against impeachment. I'm not gonna hold it against Any other member Republican or Democrat who decides to vote differently for me, and, uh, so that's their vote, and they'll be accountable to their constituents for that. I've taken tough votes over the years, and, you know, we'll continue to do so, at least for a time and people can hold me accountable. They have every right to be critical. If they want to say something nice once a lot. That's okay too. So, but I'm not going to criticize your in politics. Steve, however, does that happen, man? Believe it or not, my dog. My dog likes me. All right, buddy. Thanks so much for talking to us. All right. Thanks, guys. Sticker, thanks to Congressman Steve Chabot talking about what's going on in D C today, and the debate goes on and on and on and on. So I mean, somewhat breaking news here on the show, he's announced he is going to vote. You guys nothing yet, and that'll happen here and probably next, mean affair. We talked to him and he's literally talk to us. He's gonna go in and votes was gonna be around 3, 30 or so half hour. So from now, see how it all shakes out here. Now we check in with traffic. Rob, what is going on? From the U. C. Health Traffic center. The UC help Weight loss center offers solutions for life changing weight loss..
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"So you're saying people have their reasons for doing certain things, right? Well, yeah, but I think mostly what I'm trying to say is that, um there are rights and wrongs on both sides of that fence. Um, and it's been that way since I've been involved. Politically, I got out of out of the political world because of these nonsense is Because it's always you got me now I'm going to get you. I don't like what you did. So I hate you, You know, never seen such a thing as friends, losing friendships over people who are never gonna sit down in your Sunday dinner and eat with you. Yeah, when you think that Z fact. Let's talk to Chris, right, quick, Chris talking about being in the wrong place at the wrong time. What do you have Picture Louis 1942 something, but it was the same with New Year's Eve and I never go out from New Year's Eve. It's ridiculous and my girlfriend has the time wanted to go out. So we going out downtown ST Louis All of a sudden you got a normal Wow. And I start to protect her on afterwards. Elbows. I'm mugging people. Everything. Just get out the way And then my boss grabs me up. It was like, just come with me. He didn't get out of trouble. But he was like I'm just keeping you out of trouble for the night you almost with jail. Yeah, There's somebody said about that is expressed. You gotta have some cement tendons in your head. We say, boy, rather than Have to figure out what to do in that situation. How about I just don't put myself into the situation and then we won't have to figure out how I will react right? We're checking in with traffic now, Rob, what is going on, buddy? Rob what is going on, buddy? We do not have rob unbelievable. We'll get back there. There you are. What's going what's going on buddy? All that was weird. From the U. C. Health Traffic Center, the U. C. Health Weight loss Center offer solutions for life changing weight laws.
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"Weather. You was radio 700. W l jealousies. Cincinnati. It's something that hasn't happened since 18 69 with the 1 30 report time. Rick, you Chino breaking now President Trump making it official today. He says on Twitter that he will not attend Joe Biden's inauguration on January 20th president for weeks and non answer questions about his presence at the event of the U. S. Capitol. Outgoing presidents even those who lose reelection attend this event, which symbolizes the transfer of power between a minute Striations. The president in a video posted on Twitter yesterday came as close to conceding as he has since Election Day. Congress has certified the results. A new administration will be inaugurated on January 20th. But President Trump did not explicitly acknowledge Joe Biden or his victory and did not say he lost. Karen Travers. ABC NEWS Washington With just 12 days left to go and his term. Some members of Congress calling for President Trump to be impeached for a second time. New articles of impeachment accused the president of inciting and Insurrection. Capitol Police, meanwhile, announced last night the passing of one of their own officers, Brian Sick, Nick died from injuries he suffered in the line of duty. On Wednesday. He's the fifth person to die following the violence in Washington. Now the latest traffic and weather together. From the U. C. Health Traffic Center, the U. C. Health weight loss Center offer solutions for life changing white laws visit you see health dot com slash weight loss to take the next step highways in good shapes. 16 minutes.
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"President can invoke the 25th amendment today. And if the Cabinet votes he's gone, Mr Schumer saying he called to discuss that with Vice president Pence and that Mr Pence Would not take the call Andy Field. ABC NEWS Washington The president is no longer allowed to post on Facebook during his final two weeks in office. His account has been suspended after his comments about the violent mobs storming the Capitol, The CEO Facebook. Mark Zuckerberg worries that the president could quote provoke further violence. Let's check the roads now the latest traffic and weather together. From the U. C. Health Traffic Center, the U. C. Health weight loss Center offers solutions for life changing weight loss visit you see health dot com slash weight loss to take the next step Highways in pretty good shape. You're seeing some volume increase on North bound 75 between the lateral and paddock. There is an injury accident now on Vine Street, north of Compton. I'm Rob Williams news radio 700 wlw. The lady's forecast from the train heating and cooling weather Center on news radio 700 wlw are high ends up 37 degrees this afternoon with a cloudy sky. Winds continue from the northeast on the light side, but tonight clouds are not budging. We're only down to around 30 for a low and then tomorrow's high ends up a 36. And guess what? It will be another cloudy day here in the tri state no changes. Five years of your weather station. I'm nine first warning. Meteorologist Jennifer Catch Mark News radio 700 wlw Radars all clear. It's cloudy and our temperature is 39 degrees in Cincinnati, the Ohio governor announcing this.
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"Been a lot of money on and afterwards thought, What the hell did I do that for? Now, traffic, you know, Rob the rock and I were just talking and a little while ago. You being the traffic guy and watching this stuff every day. Is it just me or is traffic still way down from people working on Homer? One done. Yeah, it is down on Gyu Julie. In the mid to late afternoons, we'd have slowdowns on on to death to 75 On the Northeast side. We'd have slowdowns on north 71 between Ridge and Stuart and on North 75 between the lateral past paddock, And then again, you get big crowds around Glendale, Milford up 2 to 75. We're not having those Yeah, Yeah, I was just looking out at 71. I just write what I was saying. It looks like maybe a half of what? Usually I can't recall a day and last know, since you've been going where I've looked out and has been just a zoo out there like we've seen normal Cannot say it's a bad thing, because it xgo good, you know, and who knows how many people are saving their lives or or reckon their cars as a result, so it's a good thing. From the U. C. Health Traffic Center, the UC health Weight loss Center offer solutions for life changing weight loss visit You see health dot com slash weight loss to take the next step right now, just a bit of a slow down. It's ah, mild, slow down on South bound 75 as you're coming out of the Laughlin split, but no delays elsewhere, highways moving very nicely. There is a new injury accident on Bond Road south of Brooks Road in Harrison, right near the Indiana State border and an accident on Bruce Avenue west of Hamilton Avenue. That's a North side and the closure continues on Riverside Drive, and that will be closed for the next several weeks. At least that water main break that happened in there was pretty major, and it's got a sink hole in the road as well. It's closed both directions between Collins and Delta. You can get by using Columbia Parkway is your detour. I'm Rob Williams news radio 700 wlw. Forecast from a 700 wlw Weather Center for tonight, Clowns and 28 4 Tomorrow clouds and 40. It is 32 now news radio 700 wlw..