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Using Meditation to Overcome Toxic Thoughts Featuring Amelia Adrien
"Amelia's thank you so much for being here to talk with us today. So welcome I'm really happy to be here. So this is a topic that I think can be intimidating for some people. So how can I approach meditation as a beginner? Yeah. I agree I think it can. It can feel like it's something that is other people who that other people don't well, and maybe we can fill that. We don't do it so well but really the the the best thing to now is you can't really get it right? You can't really get it wrong. If you would just to take one long in hand. Exhale with me right now focusing attention on that `grats. comes. Into your nostrils. and. Out. Again. In that moment in that one breath, you'll meditating you reset your body. Your brain your nervous system. Some meditation. Media simply focusing your mind on one thing, and you can meditate when anything can be positive or negative. I was looking at the definition of meditation on it's shown to be the act of giving your attention to one thing. And we associate with being common relaxed actually you can meditate on absolutely anything it could be that you meditate on your brass. It could be that you have more of an active meditation and you meditate on nature as you're going for a walk, it could be quite meditate on the beauty of a flower. So it's a thought or a study on one object. And really one of the simplest things you can do as a beginner. The simplest types of meditation that you can do is accommodating meditation and this is really what you just watch the grass just like we did right at the beginning. So you become aware of the sensation of the breath is it comes into in through the nostrils. And then down into the belly on the inhale. And then on the ex how the breath travels up and out through the nostrils. and. You just watch the breath. The sensation of the breath is it comes into the body and then as it comes out to the body and you can do this for three breaths, you could do it for three minutes. You could do it for ten minutes. You can do it for sixty minutes. It's really just you know it's really a how long is a piece of string but what I suggest people who just starting out Is that you create a little habit of meditation practice. So you make maybe a little promised yourself. You're going to do it for seven days say and see how that goes. That goes. Okay. Then maybe up to eleven days then maybe up to twenty one days and you just see how you go rather than say I can now be a meditative for the rest of my life you set yourself something that's achievable. Something that feels that you can do right. At, the way to really make it part of like a routine I find is to do at the same time every day. So then when that time of day comes around you like offices, my meditation time, and so then you kind of it almost becomes automatic. So for me, the best time for me to do it is in the morning. So it's literally get up go to the unsettled meditation cushion and stop. Don't turn on your phone tummy not definitely don't go downstairs on leading the dishwasher. You know the the world will start to come at you with many many different things to do will tell you a more important than than taking time with yourself than just taking time with your own with your own being. Prioritized baton for me the way that that works if I just fussing the morning. Now I know if if you've got little kids that can be really hard to the kids will get out probably before you now be asking and demanding for your attention. So if that's the case, then you just located in a different part of your day but choosing a time so that when that time comes around, you're like, okay, that's your trigger. So then it becomes more habitual. and. I love how simple and how really customizable you make that I think that's beautiful because I think in my mind meditation has be this very strict long. Thing that I'm. Doing. But I think it really is what fits your life and I think that's a beautiful sentiment. Yes a show. So, what are the benefits that I can gain from meditation sesame we it gives me a great understanding of who I am. It helps me understand who I am away from the different roles that I play in my life mother daughter wife friend business not helps me move away from all of these other roles and it helps me connect to that true quieter nature actually within within me. There's a quote that I really love from. Colin Young, which says the welcome ask you who you are and if you don't know the wealth will tell you. So in this way, what I love about meditation is that it's not something spaced out. It's not something dreamy. It's something very centralizing and very clarifying in in in identifying locating. Understanding more about who you really are. You're able to own your position in the world. You're able to take in an empowered way your position in the world and feels really that feels really positive and not doesn't come with your fast meditation oil second or your said even your fifty, it's something that's may be cumulative. So you might experience that end the first few times on. That's wonderful but it's something that you become familiar with like Oh. Yeah. I remember this is the calm of of me. This is who I really can be. This numerous scientific studies on the benefits of meditation and these all have great value. But I've kind of had a look there seem to be five main benefits that we can get from meditation. The first one is it calms UNAC- stabilizes us so. One of the main benefits that it can bring us is this sense of stability and calm. It can help center US stablest into this present moment rather than projecting into the future or ruminating over the past set keeps US keeps US present moment away, which then helps to common stabilize us. That's kind of a one of the fundamental benefits really of meditation. So. The second thing is it improves focus. The practice is helping us focus our attention on one thing. So we can then translate that three to many different aspects of our lives. That that thing that it seems to do is increase resilience to stress. So it's shown that meditation lessons, the inflammatory responses to those who are exposed to psychological stress. What it actually has been shown to doing studies is the dump activity in the Magdala and increases connections between the Magdala on the prefrontal CORTEX CORTEX. So both of those parts of the brain help us to be less reactive to stresses and significantly I think they help us to recover back from stress experience. It stresses pot of life. It's not something that we can eradicate or eliminate. But we can do is train on south through meditation to recover quicker from it. This becomes baseline. This becomes more who we are. Throughout the day. In in particular moments after meditation.
"unac" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"And so they were able to do that. I think the real hero. That thing was the Clemson offense line. They did what myself and a lot of people did not think they could get -ccomplish which was they really held off when Williams those guys we talked to people in the in the in the Clemson lock of one of the things they said it we got the best defensive line in the country. Our guys go up against that every day in practice. So because they were able to handle that I think that made it all go for those receivers, and especially especially laws. There's been a lot of chatter about Alabama, especially the defensive. Game plan. I mean to notwithstanding. But as you look at that, especially at the future of that staff. It's all it was already had to replace curves. Mark. Jeremy Pruitt in short order. What do you see Bruce? You talked to coaches all the time. Yeah. I think there were concerns about what the adjustments were made at that point. But again, I think what it comes back to is. I think people forgot that they had to replace a lot of really really good players, especially in the second. And this was a chance when they went up against receivers will exploited, and I'm not sure what the adjustments, you know, they could've made to remedy some of that. I just think Clemson was playing with such a confidence level and the receivers, you know, as trouble on was some of those balls were fifty fifty balls go, you know, go just be a better athlete than than the guys in crimson. And they were able to do that. So I think on that fun. It was it was it was impressive. What they were able to do. I just looked like for the first time in a long time. Maybe ever at an Alabama that staff didn't seem like it had any answers, you know, just kind of this onslaught of whoa. These guys are playing better than us. That's not to say that if they matched up ten times. That I'll Abella wouldn't win some. But I just thought you look like a team that was just kinda resigned to the fact that they're night, and they're just playing at a different level than we are tonight. And and again, you know, I don't know how much more adjustments only, you know, they, you know. The fake on special teams glue up in their face. But I think at that point you saw level of of panic which uses just don't see from from unac- saving team talking to Bruce Feldman. Listen clemes has been around for a while. But but is this to conic shift in power as many suggested his Clinton now, Alabama's equal or these just ridiculous questions asked by s by talk show hosts like me. No, I think you can have these things out like going into the dealer and gloom. And saying something really asinine about Alabama. And the I mean clemson's one two national titles. The thing that should scare other people and should terrify the ACC is just blew out Alabama. And they did so every touchdown. They scored both offense and defensively was by a freshman or sophomore. So they're not going away..
"unac" Discussed on Living Fearlessly with Lisa McDonald
"Or energy or healthcare. You know, the devices at the edge are gathered lots and lots of lots of data and the question. Quickly becomes what is the value of that data? How do you utilize it, and how do you make it? How do you make an actionable right data's only as good as the ability to utilize it to station. And so when we think about this example of this turbine with this is not device that's connected to a five G network. And now all of a sudden we can start to piece together. And so k. If that turbine is compiling its data via a cloud application, and that cloud application is all that on that cloud applications secured by a blockchain identity security layer. And then win that turbine sends out an error or says, hey, I need X Y Z repair that there is a an artificial intelligence piece or or predictive analytics brain, and this is a hypothetical rights just. Yeah. But there's an artificial intelligence, and there's a predictive analytics piece that is looking at that data and saying what needs to what needs to happen here. Right. If in then, right? If x is happening than why needs to wouldn't wine needs to occur and. Taking that and triggering a smart contract back on the the blockchain and that smart contract. Can then issue a purchase order or a work order to the? People who need to come out to send out the truck to send up the repair technician to come in. And what changed the oil and Eric pig nation can come out? He could execute the job that needs to be done. And with his edge device. He can confirm that it's none. And once that happens, you can have an additional smart contract that automatically verifies the completion of that job and issues out payment for those services. Okay. Let me ask you a question. And so let's substitute the turbine for something a little bit different for a lot of people within the cease wheat as well as myself and other entrepreneurs end who I'm connected to so if we change the turbine, and we then implement whether we're talking about intellectual property people's Email list. We're talking about podcasters podcast links were talking about webinar, or is this really like a buffer infrastructure buffer type system. To further. Protect one's intellectual property. That series of tools that I just described not really, but blockchain, you know, as a immutable ledger is is really is really probably perfect for that. Right. I think the applications where blockchain fits very organically Kodak has been building a blockchain for photographs to be able to upload in store and and then monetize their photography work. Right. And the fact that it's an imitable edge is the fact that it's a permanent list record of events. Right. Whether that is ownership events by creation, whether that is addition events by collaboration is a very very very powerful tool for that. As an example, I was at a data west which is put on by the San Diego supercomputer of folks and James short down there in San Diego. And the block lab at UC San Diego, which James short runs is working on a project with the National Science Foundation to build a scientific research base blockchain that allows researchers to share their research share that knowledge and never lose ownership or credit for the ideas that come into it both adamant, right? Both at origination. Right. Hey, this was my idea I originate and also step by step through the collaboration process. Can I ask tack tastic? Okay. So so is within within all of this. That you have created Joseph. So is some aspect of this is just like unac- celebrated more improved version of cloud as well. No, ice, cloud is clouds part of it. I don't I don't think. I don't think in most cases that you know. I think twenty eighteen was learning the for the public. I'm going, wait. Oh, yes. Is blocked in bitcoin. No. It's not. Okay. Let's figure out what the differences, and and we're very clear it is. It is not bitcoin. Bitcoin is a use of blockchain. Right. Just like, you know, angry birds is not your operating system on your phone. Angry birds an app that utilizes the the infrastructure of your phone..
"unac" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"A partial government shutdown continues into its second day with little sign a deal democratic leaders have said that while the will provide money for border security. They won't support any measure that has funding for President Trump's border wall at into the seeming impasse. Mr. Trump tweeted today, the the only thing that would work for. Border security is quote, a good old fashioned wall. A possible silver lining to the shutdown lower gas prices. Go down who's already gone down. It could stay raw price hikes because it's all about one thing which is supply and demand Johnson. With AAA argues that with tens of thousands of DC area federal workers affected by the shutdown. Fewer people will be commuting forcing prices down at least two hundred twenty two people are dead after a soon. Nami triggered by volcanic eruption devastated, Indonesia, they say it was caused by what they believe was an underwater landslide triggered by volcanic activity. Not an earthquake. But by volcanic activity coming from unac- Kirk atoll that translates into English as a child of Krakatoa correspondent Ivan Watson at least eight hundred forty three others have been injured and currently twenty eight people are reported missing eight Prince George's county, police officers are back on duty after eleven were suspended and two were injured after a handgun went off at a holiday party last weekend. Three officers remain suspended while. Internal investigation continues. Police are also revealing new details, including that the officer who fired the gun shot himself in the hand. And that the other officer who was injured was grazed in the leg by ricochet of that same shot in a statement police chief Hanks to win ski said that he was relieved when it was confirmed that neither of the officers injuries were serious, but he remains disappointed in the quote jackassery that led to this incident liquor is on a lot of people's Christmas lists, but Montgomery County is stepping up enforcement to make sure stores aren't selling it to minors sting operation of sorts is underway in Montgomery County. Kathy Durban with the county's department of liquor control. We work in tandem with the please every time we go out sending teams into stores that include inspectors underage people and police officers, the young person will try to buy alcohol, we want to check and see if the businesses are carting first of all, and they're checking the ID and looking at the person that's trying to purchase if they do sell to minors and administrative violation or criminal citation could be issued Heather Curtis on WMA, Allen WFAN. Dot com. A sixteen year old student of a high school outside Charlottesville has been arrested for allegedly threatening gun violence against his school. The incident comes a month. After a Georgia man was convicted of making threats against schools in Virginia and was sentenced to prison w mail, traffic and weather next tonight, some early showers low around thirty eight tomorrow, mostly sunny, high of forty four tomorrow night, partly cloudy with a low around thirty one..
"unac" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts
"Would you guys actually in all series? And I know you've been trying to wrap this up for the last forty five minutes. But who would you actually like to see on this on this season of celebrity big, brother? Do you have a name that would really be exciting for you. I'd say for me, I would love if they went back to the whale the UK did it, right? With a good old. Tiffany, New York Pollard. Kareem that on the back of my room. I think she needs to be on there. She has the qualities of honestly, like an Omarosa of someone who would try to play the game because she was trying to play a lot of head games. Even in her original flavor of love seasons, but she has the capacity for drama as well. Plus be train wreck. Potential of the now infamous David is Dan moment. I feel like that is a perfect storm. We saw someone like Brandi Glanville crossover from the UK to US and did a really fun job. So I can only imagine the same thing would happen with miss New York. Oh, I I completely agree. I mean, honestly, I think the golden age of reality television is VH one in like two thousand six seven during that like flavor of love Bret Michaels reality TV sort of mishmash. I love money all of that nonsense. So really anyone from that six pack twelve pack all of those men can come back just playing with them or national. Unac-? What if they all played as one just like one big ads read this? We only on you. And I might have to go into like a brief diatribe about the celebrity series because we can all we can talk about Mr. Boston versus channels slash rail. And you guys know that one of my really good friends is cheesy from I love money too. And I love I love money for I love New York to Matt. Oh my God. This is amazing. It's so good. It's just so it's so bad. But so amazing at the same time. I need to do an interview Mike, I think we have a new candidates for an RHA BNB offseason interview. We're gonna easy. I love New York two. I love money for there's going to be a real clamoring for that. Actually, speaking of which we've you want to see cheesy come onto the BNB. So this is the first season more. I think we really started experimenting with different types of guests to bring on. And so we're going to be putting out a bit of a survey end of season survey for listeners while the BNB to answer if they want to it's super short. It's only like four questions if you go to bit dot L Y A slash A, B and B the letter B.
"unac" Discussed on Windows Weekly
"And because that's a big complaint with visual studio is oh I like it. But it takes. Long to get to my project, and it just takes forever. And so they are fixing that with a new start menu in new start experience. Yeah. There were a lot of things in that. About the timing for the final release. It seems to me that they've often released visual studio November. So the fact that they just, you know, announced the preview now says to me maybe this spring. I think I think next year sometime, obviously because of the name, but not sure when they didn't say when they said, they'll have more to say as they issue more previews in the future about you know, how much it will cost what the skews will be in all that. But they didn't say exactly what it would come out. I bet it's before build. Or around that time. I would think. Yeah. If. And then there were a lot of unsurprisingly a lot of AI announcements at connect because they're kind of trying to turn that event from a pure windows developer, kind of vent to more. Like, hey, we want you to be, you know, developing existing kinds of windows applications, but we also want you to do at a I the ad a I think to everything so another open source announcement. They made was that they're open sourcing the sink called onyx and unac- stands for. Let's see. I can never remember this open neural network exchange, which is a spec and a platform that Microsoft and Facebook announced together in twenty seventeen if you remember when Microsoft announced windows machine, learning windows, M L being part of windows ten if you look inside of what that is what that stack is unexplained. Onyx inference engine is right in the middle of it. And that's the p. Piece that Microsoft is open sourcing so saying, you know, if you have a certain kind of machine learning model that you want to use a certain kind of toll kit, whether it's pipe torture. Tensor flow. Look we're going to support that and you can extend and customize them build with that using the open source version of onyx. So I think that that was a good one. She windows sorry as your machine learning. Also went G a yesterday. So that that to a lot of people's a big deal because Microsoft has a service in, Azure, that is meant to help you if you wanna if you wanna take advantage of machine learning and do it in a way that it's already prepackaged for you, and you can just access it through Asher, you would use Azure, machine learning service. There's a lot of stuff though. I don't know if there was anything else, they cut your eye, Paul. That was the big the biggest stuff to me was that open source in WPF and windfarms dot net or well Doppler, three point O review one and then the Bono dot dot core..
"unac" Discussed on KQED Radio
"I'm Tiffany Cam. Hi. There are currently six large wildfires burning and California and wind from the largest one the campfire and Butte county has pushed it smoked straight to the bay area covering us with a blanket of grey sky. And the overwhelming stench of wildfire the campfire ignited early Thursday morning in the Sierra foothills east of Chico, and it's already proven to be a devastating and deadly wildfire. Leveling the town of paradise cake you at ease. Jeremy Siegel has been covering the campfire all day for us, and he joins me now from paradise. Hi, Jeremy, hey, Tiffany, you've covered more than a few wildfires for Katie. I'm wondering how does the devastation from this wildfire compared to others you've seen to be honest. It feels all too familiar this fire much like the north bay fires of twenty seventeen and like the car fire in reading it has a very similar feel to it where it's extremely unac-. Expected the fire is being fueled by these gusty, erratic winds and just sweeps through a populated area forcing people to evacuate killing people. Putting a lot of people on edge. So it feel it feels very familiar say one thing that I've noticed here is just that. It's extremely smokey. And I mean, it's always smokey around wildfires. But here it's felt particularly so basically all day since nine AM, there's just been a total blanket over almost all of Butte county. It's felt like nighttime and right now I'm in paradise. And I mean, the visibilities terrible. You can barely see in front of you because the smoke is so dense. Wow. And we're getting just a tasted that smoke here in the bay area. I'm also wondering the residents of these communities are they familiar with wildfire and were they prepared for fire of this size. A lot of residents. I've spoken to. Have were taken by surprise by this fire. I mean when something of this magnitude sweeps through your area, it's it's almost it's almost impossible to totally anticipated. That being said, I did speak to one family who was inspired by the car fire, which isn't too far away from here and didn't happen too long ago. They were inspired by the car fire to create what they called a fire box which contains all of what they see as their essentials contains important papers, valuables important information things that they wanna be able to grab quickly when disaster strikes. So when I asked them, what did you bring when you knew that you had to evacuate? They said the first thing we grabbed was our fire box. The second thing we grabbed was our pets. So I think that, you know, this sort of repetitive nature of these destructive terrifying. Wildfires sweeping through parts of northern California is getting some people to think more about how they can be prepared. And what's next for? The folks that have been evacuated. So I think a lot of people are confused a little upset, but I have been hearing conversations at vacuuming centers along the lines of when are we going to be able to go back and see if our homes have survived, and you know, there's still a lot of active fire in this area. And right now winds are bit calmer. But in the coming days, they're expected to be some difficult potentially erotic conditions again. So it's still an active situation here. And you know, it's unlikely that some people who are curious about whether their homes have survived. It's unlikely that they'll be able to get back and look anytime soon that was k- cuties Jeremy.
"unac" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio
"He signed on recently, and he'll be facing Darren Elkins. These guys have been doing their thing for many years at one hundred and forty five pounds of. Some of the best in the world. And they're slotted in the co main event that's headline by Neil Magny, and Santiago, puns and ego. Joining us on the hotline is Ricardo lamas was Rick. How're you doing? Guys. How you doing doing great? My man look at to that passport. Always staying busy. Your your team player there for the UC? You've you're punching the clock many times out, you know, outside of the country. Yeah. You know, I figure one other chance might gonna get to go to Argentina and experience there. So I might as well do it while I can, you know? Are you coming right back home? You're gonna hang out for a while. After your fight. I'm I'm actually gonna go back home. You know, I'm spending time away from the family right now with me being a Miami, my wife and kids in Illinois. So I don't want to spend any more time away when I have to if you're diets on point and want to get out of the hotel. You've gotta go out and either catch revert plate or Boca Juniors. Just go to one of those games. It'll be in unac-. I can't explain what the experience will be like Ricardo. So if I know I know the just stay in the hotel and chill. But if you're one of those that doesn't mind getting out a little bit and just checking it out go to your concierge and just one of those two teams playing or if not one of the others all all the stadiums are pretty passionate. But it is crazy dude song. It's unlike anything you'll ever see. Yeah. It's funny. How soccer like USA only country where soccer isn't really that popular. But everywhere else, it's crazy popular. Yeah. For sure. This fight came together in the last couple of weeks..
"unac" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"And you know, I'm not bearish about it in any way, shape or form match advocate as Atlanta. Calkins defense is in shambles. They're down five starters to in the defensive backfield. Both at safety have an Ingram back saquon Barkley, of course, there could do a lot of damage you could turn a simple five yard reception. In with fifty are game. Unac- sterling shepherd is going to have a banner effort on Monday night because you look at Brian Poole. He's been one of the most generous slack corners in the league. Giving up a one twenty one point one pass Raina his assignments. So maybe I'm a masochist. Maybe I'm a sicko. But yes, I believe the New York Giants can actually write the ship and be at least a respectable offense given the opponent on Monday night, speaking of the opponent. What would you do with Ridley? Because of the fact that he's banged up. He's question. It's always tough when you have that on a Monday night. Because what do you do if the guy doesn't go? Would you just cautiously sit him at this point? I think you have to you gotta go burden hand, and you cannot risk biscuit knowing that Ridley could be a eleventh hour casual. And is on the active list. So yeah, I mean if you're out there. Seeping through the the waiver wire kind of seeking and sorting through all the myriad names that are out there. How about a Josh Reynolds a guy that is going to be plug and play material for the Los Angeles Rams this week against a meek opponents and San Francisco knowing that Cooper Cup is sidelined Reynolds. Got a lot more outside. You're going to see a little bit more, Robert woods and a slot alongside Brandin cooks. And Reynolds a guy that NFL dot com. Com to Marvin Jones when he came into the league a couple of years ago. So that's one name that's out there. That's still available about ninety percent of Yahoo leagues. They can pick up plug and hopefully reap the benefit at least get some points on the board and at risk that don't overall, man. Okay. Give me a couple of value pickups this week for some daily leagues. Well, again, I mentioned Josh Reynolds is out there. Nick, shabas must play material. He's only twelve dollars yahu DFS game. I ranked them or be eleven this week. That's how confident I am. And his overall efforts and performance upside, I think it could. Be eighty plus yards and a touchdown for him. I think David and Joe who was still a bit undervalued. He's eighteen dollars the DFS game. A guy that has seen thirty targets last three weeks. I think he's got a great shot at say six eight receptions, north of seventy yards and finding the end zone as well. And how Judge Ito ITO Smith going back to that game against the New York. Giants a lot of people talk it up. Kevin coleman. I think ITO Smith is the guy that you want moving forward of Freeman on injured reserve he is number one among running back. So that least thirty carries and miss tackle percentage. Forcing a whiff twenty eight percent of the time. Also appreciable three point one six yards after contact per attempt. There is a chance they ITO Smith could be this year's Kenyan Drake. Wow. Very good. Brad. I always appreciate them at. Thank you very much. For Papa John good luck this week. Thank you to Brad. Evans of Yahoo. Talk and fantasy football with him. And I got hand it. I gotta compliment Thomas Lugt our I really do because last week. We faced each other in the fantasy football league. We are both in and it was a great match. Both teams had great weeks. We've really both had great weeks and on Monday night at the end of the first half. I had Travis Kelsey he had two fellows two fellows. He had on his Monday night roster competing against me. And I had one I had Travis Kelsey and at that point in the evening going into the half. I was up by over forty points. But the two fellows owned one isn't a guy by the name of rob gronkowski and the other one you may have heard of is named tyreek hill if you watch the game. You know, what happened in the second half Lougee made up forty points in a half, he defeated me by half a point. And why I'm complimenting Lougee is the composure he showed he never ever rubbed it in didn't mention it until Friday on Friday. Very politely said Evan. I think it's been enough time. But wow. And I said, you're right. It's a it's a, wow, it's a major major. Wow. So lewke you showed a lot of class. Well, yeah. And again that league it's it's on bonuses to so like if you got one hundred yards you got like a five point bonus things can flip so quickly. If you're able to get to those yardage bonuses, which I was obviously. Yes, that's sick. We've all been on the other end of it. You know, I've been on your end, obviously a bunch of times. And I obviously have won by that. So you just you just try to handle it with because it's brutal. And it's not like it's not like baseball. We right back on the horse. I mean, you have to sit there and mull it over for four or five days. Yeah. What made it worse is that? I had a great week. I'm facing any other team in the league, but one I win. So it wasn't one of those. Hey, we both had kinda lousy weeks, and you were just less lousy than me we both hatches Todd Gurley. It's all you need to know that that's all you need to know. And there's like little things that kill you. When you lose by a half a point like little small microscopic things, but that's the horror fantasy. I had lost by an I ultimately lost by a point to the overall leader of the week. And they get they get a pay out for that. So that I told you I said, well, if it makes you feel any better, don't you said, it didn't exactly know. And you've also wanted to or three times a great. I've had a great year in that league. I have the most points in the league, but my records three and three run into a lot of bad luck. So it's kind of one of those weird years where hey points overall, I've been the best by a decent margin. But that's that's not how it's meant. That's a tiebreaker. But that's not how it's measuring I'm free and three overall. So and I hate to admit this. But I in that lead I somewhat indirectly passed on Todd Gurley. And ultimately, I hope that's not the worst decision. We make only thing I worry about what girl is that. They may rest them at the end of the year. Because obviously that division is is is garbage. And they might you know, kinda old as reps at the end of the year. You know, it's funny because I even mentioned this on the air late summer how in some leagues and in this league. And a lot of leaks have this where you pull your name out of a hat, and then you get to choose your draft slot. I was like the fifth or. A six person to pick. But nobody picked number one. You know, everybody is crazy right 'cause girly. Let's just like one of those jerk generational plays. I know year to year, you don't know what fantasy by right now that guy if you have him in your lineup you have the best team in the league. Absolutely. And I remember even at the beginning saying, what am I gonna do if I'm the first name pulled? And at first I was like I'm going to pick four. So I'm gonna have to make the decision between Zeke and Levy on bell. David Johnson tiger all that. I'll just end up with somebody. But the declares we got to the draft. I said to myself the best players Todd Gurley. Now, I didn't think he was going to have this kind of year. But to me he was the safest guy to pick in that offense with that head coach. And it's weird. How so many people basically, I think it's out thinking yourself sometimes like you get to kill thinking. What am I gonna get the second row? What am I gonna do? You know, what just don't screw around? Get the best overall player. That's what you gotta do. Just go out there, by the way. What the heck happened to Michigan state Michigan? They pulled everybody off the field. There's a lightning delay come on that steaks. And now they. They put on a game in which it's in the snow. They put a game on in the snow. I'm so confused with platinum on anyhow McCann's got the update will come back on the other side. I got information, by the way facts from a caller earlier about, hey, how come the Mets didn't host the Eighty-six with a better record more examples of that any in Cain, the just arcade rules? They had back then that and the jets coming up Evan Roberts on a.
"unac" Discussed on Bleeding Green Nation
"And then the other third down conversion Carson pulls up. We're not rhythm any and Nelson does a good job of seeing it down the field. And you know, break into his left in Carson, sees him and we got a big place. Those those those plays change a game. You know, we talked a lot about continuity in this interview, and that's part of it. Just this fact that those two played ball together and now here three weeks in kind of starting to find that same continuity in familiarity with one another that they had throughout the course of last season. Drew back to Nelson quarterback in coach. How difficult is that throwing unreal. Yeah. I mean, just one of those throws at. From from, you know, a coach's perspective just say, while one of those kind of place and you know it's heads up on Shaun parties all the way on the left side of field works the back in line. Exactly the way you know that we coach it and you know, outrun slanted Collins there, and somehow Carson throws it against the momentum of his body back to the left and you think it's going into a Ogle trees hands, but was right past his his ear and into alshon arm. And obviously, you know, a third down and twelve. I think it was in the red zone. Those are hard to convert, and you know those those two, two guys making a heck of a place where you would probably tell it what about to throw with Carson's skill said, do fun yourself changing the coaching points because you can do things other guys? No. I mean, we, we still wanna play discipline football. It's it's kind of one of those those plays where you're like? No. And then yes, no. In this kind of deals. But we have absolute trust and confidence in Carson in his ability to field and make the right decision in. Like I said, those two guys may heck a play to get us off to a fast start of Zion. Most odd. The giant would areas. Do you feel that you can build on on from that against all the same areas that we've been talking about every week. I mean, I know we're not a sixteen third. Now we lesson third downs out there that we, we thought were makeable that we'd like to have back in that were coaching off of today on the tape in the red zone were four, six, but we want we want to be a hundred percent scoring touch down there, and we know that we need to score more touchdowns and just to talk about those two areas in particular, those there's two areas there that we can improve on and Sunday others in terms of penalties and negative place. No, those things were much improved in its testament, the guys and how they prepare last week and shore week and how determined they were to go there and play well Carolina. Could you talk about what you seem decent. Big, strong physical defense up front, very hard to move their big and hard run against leukemia. Obviously, you know, it's a chess match with him on every down on terms of, you know, his ability to react and understand what the offense is trying to do to him in attack their defense. So we know we gotta work cut out for excellent scheme. Very good players would not be challenges. Look at that defense is your biggest local. Luke Keithly unac-. So I mean, he's one of the premier middle linebackers in the league, and you know, not only as talented, but you know, he, he gets everybody aligned and and gets them going in the right direction. And so you know he, he poses a significant challenge. Good job, getting his hands on balls. The last week's worth taking wise to improve their think. It's probably something j. Mel in the in the red zone plays pretty good vision on the ball. You know, and that's a big emphasis for us. He's got great speed. Everybody knows that, but his ability to get his is back and be able to find the ball will each a little bit more Peavy use their pluses techniques in square. Done a nice job force. We're talking about defensive backs action, their all girl young about comes the only back. Uniform over twenty four the other night. What is it about me and you individually, but the whole group of how do they kind of overcome their lack of experience in their youth..
"unac" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist
"Fister partners has been wounded the rebus studying prize two thousand eighteen for that design of Bloomberg's European headquarters in central London. It's the third time. The Bush's studios been aborted, the prize, the one million square foot complex covers an entire us. Says she block and costing more than one point, three billion pounds. The building sets a new benchmark in environmentally friendly design and sustainability. Michael Jones is a senior partner and deputy head of studio at foster and partners. He spoke to mow Nichols, Tom Edwards about the design and materials. It's unac- Doti said to be the largest project in London says the cathedral. So whether that could ever be tested proven, I don't know. But it was a very big stone project in the sense of we had to reopen a quarry on the dodgers. Yoshua boulder in order to get the number, the block size and the volume of stone that we needed for the building. But you'll write the sort of two things. The stonework in in Novi self is innovative. Stone starter. It's a composite construction, and it is what it is. But I think that's one of the elements where we tried to be more referential to the context. The sandstone that we used on the building is actually the one that's on the Jason courthouse, which is why we reopened the quarry. It's a courthouse that was built a century ago and and the sandstone is whether and mellowed to be little darker than building, but it it's a, it's a sandstone. So that was where we still sort of took clues from the context and the surrounding buildings. Whereas more of the innovation you would might find in the other key component of sauce, which is the the bronze blades, which manufactured in Japan and it's within those, for example, that we not only take the direct sunlight out of the office spaces..
"unac" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast
"A white man wearing a small black Speedo with blue. Features and you. You want to watch him interact with our boy. Terrence from black, be tweaked cop. I loved it. Okay. One of the things that first of all, you're right, Mike, it has been updated. It says coffee at two thousand eighteen black beach week dot com. Alright, reserved in the header or the footer rather. But the fact that they've gone and taken the steps to get their website to pop up when you Google things like black bike week or urban beach week. This was this was an SEO. Yes. And black ski week is another one black spring break. These are things I didn't know existed. Black ski week is an interesting. They're all interesting. This is very, I just don't know what to make the fact that there is a black beach week dot com. There's actually a contact Email on here a might have to hit this dude up because his emails I rise up at Yahoo dot com. You know, the video has been seen five million times filed a lot of promotion. They make hito Rick t. shirts and sell them in the fucking description of the video. Why are they not on the website is a limited edition hito Rick t. it says limited time, only ending, November fifteenth. I'm betting this has been up for years. Yeah, knots. Oh, man, the shirt. Have you clicked the link? Yes, it's it's ninety five, he's down on his feet and his hands and feet. He's doing the one handed crab walk with pussy eating fingers that you watched him do in the video and it says the Rippin in the Taryn and I'm gonna have to buy this shirt for twenty two dollars. You can get a cookie. This, this is on believable to me that this is a thing in that not everyone knows about this. Everyone needs to know about hito, Rick. Everyone needs to live like hito Rick. This summer eighteen the he's from Arizona. He's been a member of hedonism to since nineteen Eighty-eight when the video was released. Anyway, the particular video we're looking at was put up in two thousand ten that song dance into a diva is a female version of a hustler came out in two thousand eight. You have to imagine. So at least you know, he's probably been five ten more time since this shit came out forty times. He had been when the video was filmed to hedonism to hito Rick from Arizona and what he was his favorite thing about eating to the wild women. The wild women, the ripping and the Taryn, oh man. I clicked on unac- media group LLC the publisher of this video, and there's another video with one hundred. Ninety nine views that includes our same interviewer talking to a it looks like a topless topless woman. This was just released July six, twenty eighteen no dude. What maybe they're back on the internet. It only has two hundred views though. This is.
"unac" Discussed on The Rubin Report
"Current patriarchy by making the radical claim that it's predicated on competence it's like well why would they twist that argument because what i said i said that their competence is a partial contributor to our successful hierarchies and i think the reason is that the the very idea of differential competences unac acceptable to the most radical hang on the left let's look at two separate systems because i think that what people do is they focus on one rather than the other and i've had to learn how to do this if we look at chess which can be made blind where you don't know who you're playing across the internet and we look at musical editions for classical orchestras where you can put people behind a screen and i think this became popular in the eighties nineties a particular bassist who is also a psychologist may have been instrumental in getting this change when you introduced the screen women's participation in orchestras went up right so it was a very positive social program because competency was apparently being suppressed by people's perception by prejudice it was a structural problem now maybe it didn't go as far as people wanted maybe didn't get to fifty fifty i don't know what the stats are i can look in on them when you do it in chess i don't believe it has a positive effect when they get it in the australian civil service for blind cv's it had the opposite effect women got under selected right so so you're saying you're saying is that this is situationally situated the point is that the people who wanna talk about chess where the top hundred players last i checked it was ninety nine to one male to female which is so like even with structural bigotry man that's hard to explain in the other case of the classical orchestras what was a twenty percent increase participation females it's a giant amount and they're both true and so the problem is when you push everything and you shove it into the low dimensional space you have this id of is this structural misrepresentation or is it something else well it's both it's situationally dependent my wife had make a point to me which i was blind to because in physics almost nothing matters other than like horsepower creativity you don't care whether somebody's red green blue male female is just like almost nobody's got interesting ideas it's so hard to make any progress whatsoever you just wanna take the far right tail of the distribution you don't wanna be harassed about anything other than that right it's like that math math methods potential even work yet my wife had to say to me you know eric not everything looks like theoretical physics are differential geometry in fact if you think about community policing it can be extremely important to have diversity because why do you want one ethnic group policing another ethnic group or all cops being male you want diversity in order to have good relations so that people see themselves reflected on the force and if there is bigotry and prejudice it manifests itself it's harder to manifest if people are infective irs so that was a bit of a wakeup call the other thing came from the harvard math department where for period of time it appeared that they would let in one woman a year into the phd program and then she would have a terrible year and she drop out and then one year a woman deferred her admission and so they added another woman to women in the first year and the two of them reinforced each other's reality like you know i think i said something and everybody ignored it or i made a point than somebody else went to the chalkboard and wrote it down as if it was his idea and this group of two women stayed in the program and that meant the next year there was one woman lead in okay now there's a group of three and that was an situation which there was inorganic change in the.
Syria widens southwest offensive, U.N. says 45,000 flee Reuters
"Unac storage facility in russia that's after the news bbc news with sue montgomery a retired spanish doctor accused of stealing a baby from her mother and nearly half a century ago is appearing in court in madrid eduardo they lies the first doctor to stand trial in connection with the theft of thousands of babies during the regime of general francisco franco guy hedge coup reports dr villa is accused of taking a newborn girl from her mother without permission in one thousand nine hundred sixty nine and giving her to a couple for adoption eightyfive five year old doctor villa who denies any wrongdoing could face up to thirteen years in prison campaigners believe this case is part of a much wider practice which began in the late nineteen thirties at the start of francisco franco's dictatorship they say that babies were frequently taken away from unmarried mothers as well as from people identified as opponents of the regime syrian pro government forces are reported to have made their first significant capture of territory in a major offensive against rebels in the south west of the country our editors sebastian nassir reports this latest syrian government offensive has been brewing for weeks in the past few days it's begun in earnest with artillery and air bombardment now reports by activists and in syrian state media savvy armies taken to villages in the northeast of data province the strategy is familiar to cut rebel areas to smaller and smaller sections that are then brought to submission by mixture of bombing negotiation dir is not only where the syrian uprising began but a key strategic gharib the you un says the fighting is driven at least forty five thousand civilians to flee with that number likely to grow the government of malta says it's trying to find a diplomatic solution to avoid a humanitarian crisis involving a micro rescue vessel run by german charity more than two hundred migrants are aboard but the ship has been blocked from italian ports motor says it's looking to share responsibility for dealing with the migrants u n investigators and the democratic republic of congo say both government forces and militia groups have committed violations amounting to war crimes and crimes against humanity in kasai province emission folks reports from geneva county i province descended into violence two years ago following the death of a local leader during fighting with security forces caz is conflict has the un report says been characterized by horrific atrocities children have been forcibly recruited into militia groups and then ordered to decapitate their enemies government forces have looted and burned villages and raped and killed women and girls the u n investigators say drc's government must bring those responsible to justice and must provide support for the victims world news from the bbc this is wnyc in new york i'm richard hake starting saturday female will no longer pay to shelter puerto rican evacuees on the mainland pima spokesperson will initiatives smith says the agency believes people who fled the island after hurricane maria should be able to return or find alternative shelter arrangements other housing options are becoming available now so when the extension was granted we sort of assess the need so that's why the deadline was set to june thirtieth out of about thirteen hundred evacuees nationwide one hundred twenty six or house in new york and thirty two are in new jersey most of them in hotels mayor de blasios continuing to put pressure on the federal government's released more information about hundreds of children in foster care who are separated from their parents at.
"unac" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio
"Recorded message in unac scented english hitching themselves as a company like marriott or tripadvisor and then if they were interested in going forward with what they thought to be one of those companies they would press one and at that point they would be routed to the mexican call center and then they would reach someone at this call centre also would be speaking english but they were suddenly in the being offered something that they didn't expect to sign up for if especially if you're an elderly person that situation can can be confusing like what the offered when they got to the to the mexican part of it i since they would be offered a timeshare package which is sort of a classic fraudulent scheme that we know of or vacation deal but it it turned out not to be in any way connected with marietta or hilton or trip advisor in any way so for instance one one victim mention that they press one dangerous on the call because they were marriott rewards members so they thought that they were being set up for a rewards seal and they kept going and ended up funny for package that wasn't with marriott at all with anything where they buy anything yes so this the they they were buying actual package deals these the travel companies in mexico were actual companies so the misrepresentation was just that they were from a well known reputable travel company rather than a fly by night company in a totally unrelated country and so people would get some kind of travel out of this.
"unac" Discussed on Reasons to be Cheerful
"And i studied chemical engineering at sheffield charlie hi hi i guess just highlight point that might have been missed i guess there's been a lot focus on the fees is about education but i think one of the from just unac doth levitz from my friends and i think the biggest one of the biggest our is maintenance grunts how how that's changed from grant to now poorer students having to take out a loan so they're going to be worse off than the richest you going to university it's it's a complete imbalance okay good good really good question chali some is inexorably linked with light universal basic income right as concept okay this is one yep if you have like like safety net of basic income then you know that you don't necessarily have to go to university oh you have also options okay the penny i'm a phd student at sheffield but one thing one of the panel of mentioned is the open university and i want to know what we can do safe the open university because i went to university in one thousand nine hundred which was the last year of the ground migrant was entered and fifty quid didn't even pay my rent a dropouts have no money and then dropped out again because how autism a mental health problems so i was giving us the chance by the open university got generally tattooed on malaika a little bit that much but it's under attack at the moment and it comes to something when the daily mail is the place chomping the good question and the question the back hi i'm moya i'm student also an elected representative on sheffield's council burma pools bleeds for a literal represents.
"unac" Discussed on MeatEater Podcast
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"unac" Discussed on The Osbournes Podcast
"If you say so many y paul looked at my dad before i went onstage going if you see me waving at you it's me waving okay and then she stood on the side of the stage drew that good kids have really funny the bestest the bestest i was your busted kelly your fun it was really fun it was one of the games of the dodgers world series and took precedence well we watched the game i i already enough really into it i like watching baseball more than any other sport i think and it was it was really fun too watching it kelly lex trucks in baseball returning into american but yeah no it was it was really it's nice to see everyone get excited over something yet because it's like i feel that so many people are so divided on what they think is right in this country and then to see everybody come together in la but the game was great everybody was just a great vibe everywhere everybody was all happy and it was good who don't really bloat much i like the guy that looks like the lion king on there which wanna go the big red biz they will have big halloween and then i didn't on this appropriation of jinja's okay well i'm technically ginger right now in case you hadn't noticed relaunch looks good by the way i like it i can't wait to go this is how much of a diva i can't be i mom if i could go back to london with unac speak so that daniel could fix my head.
"unac" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"Seventeen and july fourth this is cbs news news update i'm sloan martin summers tom story seem paul police are investigating a homicide in the pain feeling neighborhood body was found yesterday in six hundred block of loss in avenue east in the medical examiner ruled a homicide the department is providing more information this afternoon small groups supporting the plant still chretien of satanic monument in a public park in bell plane stains to picnic at the site today several dozen counterprotesters including those from a catholic nonprofit group showed up for what they called a rosary rally in reaction to plans for the say teaneck monument cornwall should the left hand pat community says the monument would the honor nonreligious soldiers and the gathering is not a protest no not at all this is a very good planning on it even birnin having andrey unac technique according the monument now in the pray there and the coordinating the veteran it represent whilst says the message is also about freedom of religion organizers with american needs fatina says there are surprised to see tanic monument would be placed in a veterans park at the monument does go up in what's been designated freespeech area it would be the first of its kind on public property in the us if the busiest day of the weekend at us bank stadium four the xgames among the final today or the women's skateboard park the modal x best way up in the men's ski port st competition local fans of the xgames say it's fun seeing their favorite athletes compete at the highest level right in their back the art inspires so then they can do it think it's like the other in the watching every single here stay as americans winning yesterday were james foster in the big air final in at reynolds in a bmx three final the exking's wrap up tomorrow in downtown minneapolis no one was hurt in.