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"unquote magazine" Discussed on Accidental Tech Podcast

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"unquote magazine" Discussed on Accidental Tech Podcast

"On a stronger magazine safe. I have yet to use any maxine. Anything so i don't really know how strong or not strong it is now. I've heard it's not as strong as people expected. But i don't know do you guys have more input on this. Yeah i used all the time Because our our bedside cable solution is mag safe And i i must admit even though it's only you know it mean the iphone twelve series is still fairly new But i am quite disappointed. In how little nag safe stuff. There is so far. I assume there's a good reason. Maybe this is the reason. Maybe the reason is like a lot of stuff was just. It was too hard to make it and to make it good with the existing. Maxine magnets strength. I don't know but just using like apple stuff which is like my my solution. It's very low tech. Is i just have the safe cable. And i have the apple watch cable and i have stuck to the bottom that he said. That's like the micro suction cups. You know what. I'm talking about like certain things have those I bought a sheet of that on amazon. Cut out little disks of it to stick on the bottom. So i have the apple s charger and a few inches away. I have the phone. Max charger and those are just suction cups stuck to the desk with special tape. So they just they just sit like flat on the nightstand. So basically made my own unmovable apple dock which is great. I like it better than any of the Because both things they stay fixed in place you can pick up each device with one hand because the things are like you know sucked onto the table. So it's great. But that being said the issue with mac safe that i have is that even with the mini which i think is the easiest phone to align among safe because the maxine disc itself is not that much narrower than the mini. So like you have less kinda slop in one direction to to deal with. But even with mac safe. It's kinda hard to align the phone correctly because the magnets don't pull it. So hard to the crash alignment as you'd expect it to. It is kind of difficult. Like i have to kind of wiggled around sometimes and sometimes i have it in a way that it does feel like stuck on. But it's like it's like an off by one error with the aligning or something. It's like it slightly off so so it doesn't charge. And i have to move it over until it makes a little like funk sound but when it's charging current mag safe i love the concept the execution has been a little edano little disappointing. I think i still like it. Better than like unmanned guitarist cheap charging because it does solve the alignment mo- most of the time much of the time whereas unmodified charger saw alignment problem. None of the time. So it's nicer than that but it could be made better. I think one of the ways it could be made better would be storm. And it's i think that would also greatly improved things like car mounts where right now. The current mag is not. I don't think not strong. And i haven't actually tried this. I've thought about not not quite strong enough that you could just like stick. Amac save disk to some part of your car and stick your phone on it and expected to stay there. But if we're made stronger that i'd be possible so i can see this being plausible and welcome john any thought i have a magazine puck the only thing i use it for us to charge my airpods. Which don't magnetically aligned. Would really in any way intentionally. Titles john thing. I've ever heard so they kind of like. I don't know if you've tried this. But that i have The second generation airpods ones airpods do have little magnets in them to pull the airpods in and there is some interaction between those magnets and the puck. But it's not it's not like it's an intentional interaction. I don't think my airpods case was designed with that puck in mind because it predates it by so many years but they do kind of but anyway my phone has mac safe and when i first got it i got the puck with it and i tried it and i didn't like it. I didn't like it for a bunch of reasons that have little to do with the feature being bad. I think it's great for like margaret said. It's better than not magnets. Because then you've got to align the thing yourself and you worry about everything charged and there are some complaints about the which marhsall by sticking it to the surface or whatever but anyway like in general a good idea but you know i in my context. Fuddy-duddy context i have readily available cables to plug in and if given the choice like the extra convenience of putting it on the magazine thing didn't outweigh my own weird paranoia about slower charging extra heat build up all that stuff and also to be honest and is probably the biggest one marks in the back of my case right little little circular marks and inundations You know whatever that's just me. It doesn't mean it's bad if each right but the real thing that makes me wary about magazines and especially these rumors of stronger. Magnets is the fact that my phone has magnets in the back of now. Now i have a case on it that is not a quote unquote magazine case. That somehow conveys the magnetic strength through either by having their own magnets the same as the regular magazine. Or whatever like my case just has no magnets in it whatsoever. So it provides a gap between the magnets that are inside my phone and the outside world kind of also one of the reasons why i to the apple cases because they do have the little magnet rings thing whose sole purpose is to make it so that the strength of your is not as diminished by the fact that you have a case on it. But i put as we've discussed and best shows my on my right pocket of my jacket with my wallet that still with credit cards that have mag now. Nomex drapes are prehistoric and everyone has the tap cards now and everyone has chip cars now. Who cares about the mag stripe but again worrying worrying about the marks in the back of my phone also kind of worried about even stronger magnets in the back of my phone being extra wallet in my pocket. There's probably enough gap there with the case in a leather my wallet and although the stuff that it's not a big deal and and who knows whenever newsmax drapes but having powerful magnets on the back of your phone is not the type of thing that you can get rid of. Because they're embedded in the phone. You can't turn them off. They're not electromagnet like permanent magnets right and you know there was some articles going around about. How apple recommends that. You not put your phone in your breast pocket. If you have a pacemaker right now to some degree people with pacemakers and other medical devices that are sensitive magnetic fields have to be aware that there are many products in the world that could potentially powerful magnets in the danger to them. So it's not like apple is doing anything necessarily wrong by doing this. And putting magnets in them for the means of most people because the people who have you know. Medical devices are sensitive demand. It's just have to be aware of that..

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"unquote magazine" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

08:32 min | 4 months ago

"unquote magazine" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"It's in the hammer is here. Also joining us live in the studio. Second Amendment attorney Licensed Firearms instructor posted the gun guy show on ABC Guy Ralph for joining us. Hello, Mr Elephant, every ice. It's great to see it's great to be here, man. It's gotta just We've got a ton of stuff to get Teo, especially the dopey things that Biden said last week, But I've been seeing and I've been seeing these articles. On a regular basis. Over the past few months that gun sales nationwide have skyrocketed like surpassed 2019 totals on DH. They kind of break it down into demographics Win more women are buying guns more more. First time buyers are arming themselves. What does this say in general? About when you see stories like this? What runs through your mind? You know it's interesting timing because I just had lunch today with Indiana Guy from NSSF. That's the National Shooting Sports Foundation, which is the industry Association for Firearms manufacturers and firearms. Retailers were talkingabout exactly some of these same things, and it's a combination of things, Nige one. It's the civil unrest, the riots, the efforts to defund police. You know what's going on over the country even sort of indirectly here in Indianapolis, and when folks see all those kinds of things and they see people Losing their businesses or being attacked by mobs. They immediately start thinking about self defense and the ability to defend themselves, their homes, their families their businesses on. They also see these average to defund police and that told him Hey, I may be on my own. And then that causes a lot of folks on DH. The estimate right now is just in the last 3 to 4 months, six million no gun owners. People have never been gun owners before have gone out and bought a gun. And that's that, and that's an estimate, obviously, but that comes from NSSF. So that's as good a sources there is And do you think that's because of the civil unrest the riots or does the election play into this? People are fearful that alright, Biden's goingto win. He's going to bring beta on board. They're going to take all of our guns away and all that kind of stuff. It's great point in 2016. We saw spikes there as well. But it had been fairly linear for the entire eight years. It's really interesting when you Get mix checks That's checks. The background checks that going through the nationalist of criminal background check system. Those was doubled in the first four years of the Obama presidency. And then they doubled again in the next four years. And that was a bit of a spike in 16. So, yeah, we see spikes in election years, but this is different Hammer, and this really is more than what folks have ever seen. It's been a long, long time since I've gone into gun stores and the shelves are bare and and some folks are getting inventory in but ammo you go and try to find common calibers like nine millimeter or 5.56 rife rifle ammo, And it's damn hard to find who makes the M O. R their facilities all over the country that make ammo did they imported from overseas? It's kind of like toilet paper when the pandemic first hit well, it's a fabulous question in a lot of it is made overseas. A whole bunch in a lot of those factories overseas have been shut down because of Corona virus. So you taken increase in demand and a decrease in supply and it's ah, It's crazy out there. I mean, I've seen prices again. Nine millimeter 2 to 3556 that air 678 10 times what they were six months ago. It's wacko. Now you spend a lot of time on your programme this past weekend breaking down what a Biden presidency would mean for gun owners and the second Amendment for those who didn't catch the award winning gun Guy program Reset what some of the conversation was like. Yeah, I spent a lot of time on my show was simply making fun of the idiot for the things he says about guns and self defense and the shooting people in the cast him in the leg. Of course, I'd like to see your secret, sir. This guy should have someone in the leg when they're rushing at him with it gone in to shoot him and assassinated him in the leg. But after making fun of him for quite some time, Yeah, we went through his platform and we don't have to guess I mean, Google Joe Biden guns boom There comes up. He's got pages on his website Joe biden dot com That lays it out, and it's good. It starts off with repealing the protection of lawful commerce in arms Act. That's the active says of a manufacturer lawfully sells a gun. Can't be sued for that. So who originally one of that guy Because, you know, biting plagiarize is everything that he makes us up on his own in the Oh, Hillary wanted gone every every one of the Democrat candidates at the Democratic debates wanted it gone, so no Yeah, he's plagiarizing that as well. But then it goes right down through the traditional wish list from all the Second Amendment haters as an assault weapons ban along with confiscation, which they Euphorically call a buyback program. High capacity quote Unquote magazine, a high capacity meeting above 10, which is ridiculous. Eso it and and it literally is limitless. Panoply of every single of every single gun control proposal you've ever heard from the Democrats and every single one of them is on his place. I feel like we This is not the first time we've discussed the idea the Democrats have of police. Well, you need to just shoot him in the leg. If they're a threat, they're coming at you with a knife or a gun. They need to shoot him in the leg is not the first time this Ridiculous suggestion has been made, right? I mean, I know you're not law enforcement. Your second Amendment attorney, Your license firearms instructor. How realistic is that to implement a policy like that? It's completely unrealistic. It's policy taken from people who know everything They know about self defense and policing from watching the Roy Rogers Show or the Lone Ranger back in the day. You know, those guys just shot the guns out of the bad guys. Hands if you remember that nose completely unrealistic, So OK, so I got a bad guy rushing at me intent on Killing me with a gun. So I'm like, No, I come from this Joe Biden School of police training, So I'm gonna shoot him in the leg. First of all, I'm a pretty good shots, but a lot of time training to be a good shot. I'm not sure I would trust myself to hit a moving leg as it's coming toward me in a high stress, high risk environment. Secondly, let's say I make that shot, so okay. You know, I'm gonna be humane here. I'm going to de escalate, according to Joe Biden shoot this guy in the leg, he says. Wow and shoots me in the face. That's a problem. Yeah, that's a problem. That's a problem. What we always think there's a major artery going through your leg to the ephemeral world. Yeah, exactly somebody by shooting him in exactly right, but that that ephemeral or not, it's still legally considered deadly force. So legally, you have to be just as justified with exactly the same standard, which is a reasonable fear of death or serious bodily injury. That's the standard in Indiana. I have to have that meet that standard. You shoot somebody in the leg? Hell is a court of appeals case from Indiana says, pointing a loaded gun at someone. It's considered deadly force, so I have to be justified in the same way. So legally. I have to meet the same standards. But all I've done is jeopardize my life, another innocent people around by not effectively stopping the threat. You could miss the leg and hit somebody else's advice. And that's one of the basic rules of gun safety that you have to be concerned. Not only with your target and what's beyond your targets were now tryingto toe hit a moving smaller part of the body in a high stress, high risk environment. That's some even say. Not only is it not good policy, so it's idiotic and anybody knows anything about self defense or policing knows it's idiotic. Now under Biden's plan, I'm trying to remember this. Is that the officers firing or is the social worker fired social were there to social worker carry gun as well? Well, First of all, what? You didn't fling the social worker with his his legal pad at the bad guy and hope that works out well and only then shoot him in the leg of that and work. I'd love to see the social worker's reaction. All right, you first you go after this crazy maniac That's high on meth and everything. Good news. He's all over himself with the social worker to calm the situation down. Exactly. It's moronic, and it's unfair to police because you know what Candidate for president comes out and says that on national TV, all of a sudden people who don't know better surround ago. Yeah, gosh, That's right. Why don't they do that? Now? All of a sudden, any police officer who's fully justified in defending his life defending another innocent person's life is going to be criticized by that many more people. Oh, gosh, he didn't shoot him in the leg..

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"unquote magazine" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

07:27 min | 6 months ago

"unquote magazine" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Faras classrooms go. The study of Communism diminished gradually after the fall of the Soviets, beginning in 1989, and now is practically non existent. This is the argument from Paul Kengor, author and political science professor at Grove City College. Young people over the past 30 years have not been schooled in the meaning of communism, little on the carnage and misery it had visited upon civilization. In his new book, The Devil In Karl Marx. Dr Kendra gives insight into Karl Marx, the man he spoke with Dennis Prager. There's a very interesting statement in the book of Judah Rana Me, There's a law there that you have to remember the evil that this nation I am a leak. Malik did that to you. The Israel lights And my commentary on that verse is You have to remember great evils. The average student today who knows nothing about the gulag? Nothing about The starvation of the Ukrainians. Nothing about the great leap forward in China and nothing about the killing fields. Of of Cambodia and my right or wrong and in your opinion about what a typical college student today could not identify, and I went through that that list. Oh, yeah. No, You're absolutely right. And I mean, look, here we are. We're in a cancel culture today. Dennis, Right, where any statement that anybody ever made in the past can can get you cancelled and they went after Reagan last year around this time for something, he said to Richard Nixon, the 1972. They've gone after everyone from Washington and Jefferson, Teo even Lake and I'm either tearing down statues of Frederick Douglass of all people, and you got a guy like Karl Marx, who said some of the most hideous things On race. In regard to black. In regard to women. His anti Semitic statements are our blood curdling, if any, conservatives said even one of these things that mark set dozens upon dozens of students would be on campus is demanding entrance in the professor's officers who have busts of Karl Marx. Right. I mean, this guy. This guy had really vile views at a very rare major Communist affairs. And I remember when I left Columbia after two years of graduate school. I remember thinking, you know. It was a fascinating major, but it's not going to be important because communism Not then, but within 15 16 years died in Europe and I thought huge a good thing. I didn't end through the field. Little did I know how important that major would actually be. We've been warning people. In the 19 nineties. Early two thousand's that if you don't start to teach this past the evils of communism, what happened in the Cold War? This could come back to bite us. AOC was born. If this is correct, it's off the top of my head. I think October 1989 So she was. She was four weeks old nursing at her mother's breast. When the Berlin Wall fell, and then she spent grew up, probably going to public schools and then went off to college. And she were none of this. And now here she is. Today she fancies herself a quote unquote Democratic socialist, not understanding that socialism is one of the transitionary steps. The communism at least. At least according to Marxist Leninist theory, it is But people like her. We have a whole generation that never learned any of this. So I kind of like you. I had some of those same thoughts, I thought, well, you know, so I really even be studying this. I mean, But But here we are 30 years after the fall of the Berlin Wall, and you now have a majority of young Americans, saying that they prefer socialism. Over capitalism and many of them even saying positive things about communism and even favoring the the abolition of private property team just had a teen vogue just had a piece for kids to read. That we should. There should be no private property. That's exactly right. Yeah, I wrote a piece for the American Spectator called Teen Vogue to Teen Girls marks Good Reagan bad and and it talked about. Headpiece that they had just done on Reagan and reminded them of a positive piece they had done on Mark's a few months before that, and they were literally calling for quote, abolition of private property unquote, Marx and Engels in the Communist Manifesto they write. Quote the entire theory of the Communists may be summed up in a single sentence. Abolition of private property. Unquote magazines like this are able to get away with this because we've now educated or miss educated, a couple generations of young people. Who have no clue no clue what communism or socialism even our it was. It was a French Socialist who said All property is theft. I forgot who it was, but that that was one of the original ideas of communism. Oil property is theft. So What's this with I I studied Marx. I did not know about the devil part. So tell me. Yeah, It's really shocking me. The guy wrote poetry about the devil. And people don't know this about Marx. But Mark's actually fancied himself a poet. And really Dennis, If he hadn't become a philosopher, and he probably shouldn't have because he was a pretty bad philosopher. Max was a pretty bad poet to at least in terms of what he was writing about. But he fancied himself a poet and he wrote He wrote a bunch of poems about about Satan and and it's hard to tell at times. To what extent these air autobiographical. So what extent he's talking about the devil playing the devil himself? If he's if he's supportive of the devil's vision. It's it's hard to say, And I say that in the book, I tryto make these careful distinctions where and when I can For example, his 18 37 poem. This is called the Pale maiden, and I think this one Dennis is really profound because I think this is autobiographical for marks. He wrote us heaven I forfeited. I know it full well, my soul wants true to God is chosen for hell, Unquote. And Mark's had been marks was raised in a and a Jewish family that had many rabbis in the back. Orthodox rabbis both his father's father and mother's father. That's a good question, and they seem to be on both sides and as you know it, depending on whether or not they were reformed or whether or not they were orthodox. I think this's in the area that I I'm somewhat acquainted with. But of course his parents converted. They did they converted to Christianity. Coming.

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"unquote magazine" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

07:36 min | 6 months ago

"unquote magazine" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"To the town hall Review with you hear it if you were alive in the 50, 60, 70 or even the eighties communism, rival Nazism in classroom curriculum, books and newspapers. As Faras classrooms go. The study of Communism diminished gradually after the fall of the Soviets, beginning in 1989. And now is practically non existent. This is the argument from Paul Kengor, author and political science professor at Grove City College. Young people over the past 30 years have not been schooled in the meaning of communism, little on the carnage and misery it had visited upon civilization. In his new book, The Devil In Karl Marx. Dr Kendra gives insight into Karl Marx, the man He spoke with Dennis Prager. There's a very interesting statement in the book of Duty, Rana Me. There's a law there. But you have to remember the evil that this nation I am a leak. Or a Malik did that to you. The Israel lights And my commentary on that verse is You have to remember great evils. The average student today who knows nothing about the gulag? Nothing about The starvation of the Ukrainians. Nothing about the great leap forward in China and nothing about the killing fields. Of of Cambodia, Am I right or wrong and in your opinion? About what a typical college student today could not identify. And I went through that that list. Oh, yeah. No, You're absolutely right. And I mean, look, here we are. We're in a cancel culture today, Dennis, Right, where any statement that anybody ever made in the past can can get you cancelled And they went after Reagan last year around this time for something you said to Richard Nixon, the 1972. They've gone after everyone from Washington and Jefferson, Teo even Lake and I'm either tearing down statues of Frederick Douglass of all people, and you got a guy like Karl Marx, who said some of the most hideous things On race. To regard to black. In regard to women. His anti Semitic statements are blood curdling, if any, conservatives said, even one of these things that mark set dozens upon dozens of students with the on campus is demanding entrance in the professor's officers who have busts of Karl Marx. Right. I mean, this guy. This guy had really vile views at a very rare major Communist affairs. And I remember when I left Columbia after two years of graduate school. I remember thinking, you know. It was a fascinating major, but it's not going to be important because communism Not then, but within 15 16 years died in Europe and I thought huge a good thing. I didn't end through the field. Little did I know how important that major would actually be. We've been warning people. In the 19 nineties. Early two thousand's that if you don't start to teach this path The evils of communism. What happened in the Cold War? This could come back to bite us. AOC was born. If this is correct, it's at the top of my head. I think October 1989 So she was. She was four weeks old nursing at her mother's breasts when the Berlin Wall fell. And then she spends grew up probably going to public schools and then went off to college. And she learned none of this. And now here she is. Today she fancies herself a Quote unquote Democratic socialist, not understanding that socialism is one of the transitionary steps. The communism at least at least according to Marxist Leninist theory, it is But people like her. We have a whole generation that never learned any of this. So I kind of like you. I had some of those same thoughts, I thought, well, you know, so I really even be studying this. I mean, But But here we are 30 years after the fall of the Berlin Wall, and you now have a majority of young Americans, saying that they prefer socialism. Over capitalism and many of them even saying positive things about communism and even favoring the the abolition of private property team just had a team photo just had a piece for kids to read. That we should. There should be no private property. That's exactly right. Yeah, I wrote a piece for the American Spectator called Teen Vogue to Teen Girls marks Good Reagan bad and and it talked about a hit piece that they had just done on Reagan and reminded them of a positive piece they had done on Mark's a few months before that, and they were literally calling for quote, abolition of private property unquote Marx and Engels in the Communist Manifesto they write. Quote the entire theory of the Communists may be summed up in a single sentence. Abolition of private property. Unquote magazines like this are able to get away with this because we've now educated or miss educated, a couple generations of young people. Who have no clue no clue what communism or socialism even are. There was it was a French Socialists, who said All property is theft. I forgot who it was, but that that was one of the original ideas of communism. All property is theft. So What's this with? I studied Marx. I did not know about the devil part. So tell me. Yeah, It's really shocking. The guy wrote poetry about the devil and people don't know this about Marx. But Mark's actually fancied himself a poet. And really Dennis, If he hadn't become a philosopher, and he probably shouldn't have because he was a pretty bad philosopher. Max was a pretty bad poet, to at least in terms of what he was writing about, but he fancied himself a poet and he wrote He wrote a bunch of poems about about Satan and and it's hard to tell at times. To what extent these are autobiographical. So what extent he's talking about the devil playing the devil himself? If he's if he's supportive of the devil's vision. It's it's hard to say, And I say that in the book, I tryto make these careful distinctions where and when I can For example, his 18 37 poem. This is called the Pale maiden, and I think this one is Denis's really profound because I think this is autobiographical for marks. He wrote us heaven I forfeited. I know it full well, my soul wants true to God is chosen for hell, Unquote. And Mark's had been marks was raised in a and a Jewish family that had many rabbis in the back. Orthodox rabbis both his father's father and mother's father. That's a good question, and they seem to be on both sides. And as you know, depending on whether or not they were reformed or whether or not you know they were Orthodox. I think this's in the area that I know. I'm somewhat acquainted with But of course his parents converted. They did they converted to Christianity..

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"unquote magazine" Discussed on DISGRACELAND

DISGRACELAND

04:10 min | 10 months ago

"unquote magazine" Discussed on DISGRACELAND

"Last night's show selection of breads and a toaster large fresh fruit bowl etcetera etcetera copy juice water blah blah blah. Okay like our first instruction for Mr Girl. This bit says numerous things first of all it says. Make sure to eat a good goddamn breakfast. You're no longer in college a hangover and waking up at new day the quad for Hacky sack or whatever you telling you what to college in the nineties. But I DIGRESS. It also says pointing out the need for both a USA Today and a local newspaper that you need to stay informed and not just nationally locally if in whatever job you're lucky to land if it requires you to travel it is important. Know not only where you are. What is going on wherever you are? You've heard the expression know your place. Fuck that nosy. Place that you're in okay. Moving on further down the rider and the lunch section in addition to asking for an assortment of healthy food options says the following every lunch should include a super the day. Please try to make it a vegetarian. Selection media soups make roadies far. Okay the obvious lesson. Here is eat healthy. Got It threat than goes on to list out the band in the crews preferred dinner and snacks choices for coming on the daytime rider items under which there is a long list of items to help keep the band entertained during their downtime before they hit the stage it calls for DVD's one action the other the promoters choice specifically states know Jamie Kennedy no Martin Lawrence or sports titles. Interpretation be discerning with your time. Even your downtime. So much of your job is going to be influenced by what you do in what you consume while you're not working and now especially today. There are so many choices in content. You don't need to be wasting your time on some bullshit though I'm ride or die for Martin and my Soda Pop. Dave Grohl doesn't know what the fuck is he's talking about when it comes to Martin Lawrence then the writer request quote unquote magazines in specifically says no rolling stone. Spin interpretation. Okay this is possibly the most important lesson you can take from the FOO fighters rider in. It is this fuck. The critics sub lesson rock journalism is stupid. You'RE GONNA have haters in life who try to keep you down. Even Dave Grohl does and he knows better than a read that shit while he's chilling stage with his fancy soups and fat. He's getting ready to rock the house. Further down the rider we come upon the FOO fighters request for three tubs advice. Approximately seventy five pounds of ICE. Keep the band's beers cold weather on stage solid request and seemingly not out of the ordinary except me glanced below where they've included a recipe for ice and says the following. Get some water clean. Water is preferred. Put It in trays or other fun. Molding implements store at freezing for four hours. Repeat as needed interpretation. Don't assume anything in your career. People are as stupid as they are. Smart you're going to encounter both and you're going to have to know how to deal with both effectively in order to succeed in your job. Yes even something as simple as the making of ice may need to be explained at some point finally one of the most important demands from Dave Grohl foo fighters is actually from a different rider from earlier in their career but it is no less significant it comes from the section mark dressing and says the following artists shall not be required to share dressing room with any other performer except supergrass oasis. Or maybe led Zeppelin again so much to glean from this one. Simple sentence number one. Don't be afraid of your career to ask for what you want if you don't want to have to travel to wherever the hell every second Thursday of the month because it's an inefficient solution and you have a better way of doing it. Don't be afraid to tell your boss. You have a better way here. She will respect you for it or fire you in which case you can blame. Grohl not me a number to be very particular and who you associate with your career. Dave Grohl Dave Grohl von okay. He doesn't need to be hanging out with your cousin. Rick's band snuck onto the festivals. Bill because the promote. Rix bookie some bread. Nor does he need to be trucking with Maroon five or some other lame Aspen. He's Dave Grohl and supergrass. If you weren't aware.

"unquote magazine" Discussed on DISGRACELAND

DISGRACELAND

07:41 min | 10 months ago

"unquote magazine" Discussed on DISGRACELAND

"Hello Two thousand and twenty graduates wild. Does this suck right? He spent four years studying partying, enduring the childish behavior and Gross Living Habits of your roommate and you don't even get a graduation party or a commencement. What you get instead are podcasts from quote, unquote, famous people like myself. First of all I'm not famous, but I am a podcast or in the podcast is pretty damn successful and most definitely the best podcast. You're ever going to hear, so check that shit out if you haven't already, it's called Graceland. It's about super entertaining rockstars and the true crimes. They've either committed or been involved with in general, outlandish, narcissistic childish behavior, which if you've been doing anything right over the last four years. Years? You probably have some experience with yourself, but now that's all over now it's time to join the quote, unquote, real world and congrats. You get to do so in the worst economic crisis since the Great Depression. So good luck with that instead you should just party like a rockstar. Right with your parents who I assume you're now at home with so again. Fuck sooner or later though you're going to be allowed to venture out into the workforce and you're GonNa need tips on how to best navigate the complex world of being a professional and having a career, and who better to give you those tips than me. I'll college dropout who makes a living writing and speaking about mostly other college dropouts. So I thought rather than trying to come off as some serious minded intellectual, who has all the answers I do what serve me best in my career, and go with my gut and break off some wisdom for you from my area. As the music industry specifically wisdom from another dropout, a high school dropout, no less foo fighters frontman in Nevada Drummer Dave Grohl. But I'm not going to go through days highly quotable, passed and mine inspiration quotes like some middle aged yoga instructor with a brand new instagram account I'm going to interpret for you. The FOO fighters tour writer in an effort to give practical examples on how to succeed in your career like a Rockstar if you follow. These instructions laid out by the FOO fighters and interpreted by me. Then you too, will be a success in life just like Dave. Grohl just like me. Jake Brennan. Don't fuck this up. Your life depends on it. I almost forgot what's Torah Ryder you ask a tour. Rider is a list of items demands really that Rockstar said to the promoters who hire them to perform their venues. The riders listed demands must be met by the promoters. Everything on the list must be provided to the rockstars in order for them to perform think of it as a hostage note if these. These following things aren't giving us. We're not gonNA. Greasy with our presence in our rockstar performance as a matter of business for the band. It's a practical document that helps them turn out better performances as music, loving fans of rockstars. We can get our eyes on a band tour rider. It gives us unique insight into who are favorite. rockstars are as people. Okay! Here goes. The first note of the fighters tour writer, says the following in all caps at the very top of the document. Please have all sides visibly posted from crew entrance to catering prior to our arrival fat. Rudy's have to eat media, so they can begin their arduous seventy to ninety minute workday. Interpretation Okay. This is a couple of things first of all it says. Don't take yourself too seriously. Rock and roll is serious business as I'm sure whatever the hell it is. You're going to pursue careers, but that doesn't mean you have to take yourself and your job completely seriously at all times. Second in this simple instruction, Dave Grohl at the top of the writer before demanding anything for himself, or his bandmates is insisting that his crew the laborers is the little people are taking care of. What can we glean from this? It's simple when you ascend to a management position in your career. Take care of the labors, and they in turn will take care of you. Okay the next night I'm worth noting. Dave and the Torah writer is the following under the heading crew and band meals, says the following breakfast menu could be set up no later than thirty minutes prior to load for twenty five people. One USA Today and one local newspaper selection of hot breakfast selection of cereals on open do not recycle from last night's show selection of breads and a toaster, large fresh fruit bowl, etcetera, etcetera, copy juice water. Blah Blah Blah. Okay like our first instruction for Mr Girl this bit, says numerous things first of all it says make sure to eat a good goddamn breakfast. You're no longer in college, a hangover and waking up at new the quad for Hacky sack, or whatever you telling you what to college in the nineties, but I digress it also says pointing out the need for both a USA Today and a local newspaper the. You need to stay informed and not just nationally locally. If in whatever job you're lucky to land, if it requires you to travel, it is important. Know not only where you are. What is going on wherever you are. You've heard the expression. Know your place, fuck that nosy place that you're in. Okay moving on further down the rider and the lunch section in addition to asking for an assortment of healthy food options, says the following every lunch should include a super the day. Please try to make it a vegetarian selection media soups make as far. Okay the obvious lesson here is eat healthy got it threat than goes on to list out the band in crews preferred dinner and snacks choices for coming on the daytime rider items under which there is a long list of items to help. Keep the band entertained during their downtime before they hit the stage. It calls for DVD's one action the other the promoters choice specifically states no Jamie Kennedy, no Martin Lawrence or sports titles interpretation. Be Discerning with your time, even your downtime. Downtime so much of your job is going to be influenced by what you do in what you consume while you're not working and now especially today there are so many choices in content. You don't need to be wasting your time on some bullshit though I'm Ryder died from Martin and my soda Pop Dave Grohl doesn't know what the fuck is. He's talking about when it comes to Martin Lawrence then the writer request quote unquote magazines in specifically, says no rolling stone spin. Interpretation Okay, this is possibly the most important lesson you can take from the Foo Fighters Ryder in it. Is this faulk? The critics sub lesson. Rock journalism is stupid. You'RE GONNA have haters in life who try to keep you down. Even Dave Grohl does, and he knows better than a read that shit while he's chilling backstage with his fancy soups and fat. He's getting ready to rock the house. Further down the rider we come upon the FOO fighters request for three tubs advice. Approximately seventy five pounds of ice keep the band's beers cold weather on. Solid request, and seemingly not out of the ordinary, except me glanced below where they've included a recipe for ice and says the following get some water. Clean water is preferred. Put It in trays or other fun. Molding opponents store at freezing for four hours. Repeat as needed. Interpretation don't assume anything in your career. People are as stupid as they are smart. You're going to encounter both and you're going to have to know how to deal with both effectively in order to succeed in your job. Yes, even something as simple as the making of ice may need to be explained at some point. Finally one of the most important demands from Dave Grohl through fighters is actually from a different rider from earlier in their career, but it is no less significant. It comes from the section mark dressing and says the following. Artists shall not be required to share dressing room with any other performer except supergrass oasis, or maybe led Zeppelin. Again so much to glean from this one simple sentence number one. Don't be afraid of your career.

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"unquote magazine" Discussed on Talking Mopars

Talking Mopars

06:22 min | 1 year ago

"unquote magazine" Discussed on Talking Mopars

"Welcome to episode number five of talking Mo- pars on today's show. We talk about the sad news regarding car magazines a rare Hemi challenger and two cars are going to be battling it out for project car of the week yes two cars but there can only be one. Pcot W so today we're GONNA break them down and decide who takes the crown. Then we'll get into listener stories and finally will close the show discussing. The questions are more prices out of control and is rushed the new gold. You're tuned into the best moped enthusiasts driven podcast on planet earth and. I'm your host. Chris Albrecht better her known as the hunter. And this is talking. Mo- pars and you're listening to talking with the car. Hunter your direct match into all things. Ah We are pedal to the metal here on talking mopeds for episode number five. Let's not waste any time. Let's get right into it. Ever since I was a kid. I loved car magazines. I had a collection of them and I still do. I remember being a kid going to the grocery store with my parents and be lining it right for the magazines and sitting there with my dad for the whole grocery shopping trip. We'd be at the magazine Rack just looking through thumbing through magazines was my favorite thing. Usually I would leave there with something. I ended up getting subscriptions to a bunch of my favorites and every month. I was always waiting check in the mailbox to see when that magazine would come in and then I would disappear into my room and read magazines for hours over and over again cover to cover. I loved it and recently car enthusiasts like myself for devastated to find out the ten publishing who basically runs many of my personal favorite car magazines means Probably Yours too is shutting down operations for Nineteen of twenty two of their titles for twenty twenty. That's a huge loss folks. There's only going to be three. Titles that remain and that's motor trend for wheeler and hot Rod. This is crazy so the magazines that are leaving are the list is huge. Like I said. Nineteen of twenty two titles. That's a big big percentage of what's going own bye-bye including two of my favorite magazines Mo par muscle and muscle car review. So this is in my opinion. It's not not good. I understand that there's been a decline in magazine consumption with the digital age. But I just I personally I like like having something tangible in my hand that I can thumb through. I don't necessarily want to read a quote Unquote magazine on my phone. I don't like doing that I never have but I guess I'm GonNa have to change with the Times too because our magazines are dying folks and we're going to have to change with the times we're just going to have to live unhappy so with this podcast. I hope this is another medium that ends up grabbing the attention of a lot of the car enthusiasts that Miss Magazines. I hope that conversation can replace some of that. I know it won't be able to replace it all but I'm hoping that You know as we get to talking to people with these special cars that hopefully that will put life into the stories versus reading them in print. Now I love car magazine. So I'm not talking down on any car magazines There's still some really good ones out there and support them get subscriptions. You know if you WANNA keep those car magazines alive especially our favorite moped car magazines. Get Subscriptions folks and keep reading reading. That's the only way they're going to stay afloat so we have to as enthusiasts we have to support him so if there's magazines out there that you're like a hawk. Gosh I don't want that WanNa go away than get out there and subscribe today. That's that's my advice and embrace the digital age to you know hopefully they keep some of the titles that they're canceling in print. Hopefully they bring them over to digital. And hopefully a lot of those people get to retain their jobs There's a lot of journalists out there that are freaking out right now and I I totally get it if I was them I would really really embraced the digital age. And you know it's hawks. God I always want it when I was a kid. I always wanted my car to magazine is that would be cool. You know but I've never had a car cool enough worthy enough to make it into a magazine and by the time I have a vehicle. That's even worthy enough. There may not even be magazines. The big thing that I see with like social social media is that with facebook and instagram. It's like a car show every day. You know you're seeing magazine. Quality cars getting posted in shared jared all over the Internet so I kind of see where things are going and I. I'll embrace it although I'm not one hundred percent happy about it because like I said I love to thumb through magazines I loved just sitting there and just getting lost in a magazine. I'm a Dork. But there's a lot of dorks out there just like me that love car vaccines and were really really sad by this news. But that's okay you know we're GONNA WE'RE GONNA change with the times and we just have to get used to the digital age folks. It's not going anywhere and it's probably only gonNA get worse I to be honest. I just don't see things surviving the way they are right now. I don't think social media is GONNA survive in its current state for very long. Pretty soon. You're going to be seeing the facebooks in the INSTAGRAM's uh-huh change. I don't know what they're gonNA change into but the way we know them right now. It's not GonNa last so enjoy while it's here. Gosh that kind of went down depressing oppressing road but fear not because automotive content is alive and well and it always will be. It's just a matter of what form it will take. Hopefully podcasts so stick with me folks and just consider this an audio magazine I.

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"unquote magazine" Discussed on Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

11:05 min | 1 year ago

"unquote magazine" Discussed on Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

"Totally. Oh man. All right. Two more things that I wanna talk about a little bit. We talked about this briefly before. But. Remember that time? Oh, god. When my fitness pal went down. We're freaking out. Oh man. We laughed about this. But also, it was horrifying at the same time because on the one hand, it was kind of comical to be like, wow. Everyone's freaking out because the biggest calorie and macro tracking app went down, and people were like, oh my God. I don't know how to eat, but then on the other hand, it's horrifying because people were saying my workout means nothing if it isn't logged like I can't eat anything until it's back up. Like, I don't know what to eat for tomorrow like this. Does this mean I can binge now? And it's just it's completely horrifying that as a whole nation, we have become so obsessed with quote, unquote health, right? Not actual health, just like leanness and skinny nece and whatever that the entire nation freaks out when one app goes down, like I think that it's funny because like game of thrones season is very big right now. I think more people would have freaked out when. My fitness, pal went down than if the entire internet crashed because nobody could watch game of thrones or like the Super Bowl or anything like that. You know, because food is something that everyone has in common. Not everyone has a smartphone to log, my fitness, pal. But this was a crazy thing like this almost broke Twitter, because so many people we're talking about this. It was ridiculous. And I remember seeing the ethic you're the one who like you'd be onto it, and I was like a I, I was laughing, and I was like, wait. This is this is uncomfortable laughing. This is like I'm laughing because otherwise, I'm going to be crying. And I was just like holy cow. We have every time something like this happens. I'm like, we still have so much work to do as a profession because anytime I speak on tracking to clients. There are people who it's great for. But for every single person it is only a tool. It is a screwdriver in your toolbox. You cannot use it for everything. Like, certainly, you can use it for things. It's not meant for. But also you don't you can't use it for everything. And so you have to if you're someone who finds that you can use a tool like that. You also have to find other tools that work for you as well. And also be able to get to that I think that's where people struggle the most than I struggle the most to as a practitioner is linking that whole system of health goals, and weight loss goals with intuitive eating, and there's, there's this gray area in between that the individual model works. Great for were with the practitioner works, great for. But there's no, we have yet to really create space in the gray area and educate people on how to deal with this. Right. Like my fitness pal is great. If you're someone who can do without obsessing and you can track. But it is not something that you need like if you go on vacation, it's shouldn't come with you. You know, you're not bringing your screwdriver on vacations while you bring my fitness, pal. Yeah. And I will say for most people who are listening to this podcast. It's. Not. It is a tool. It is not a great tool for you. Yeah. Yeah. And it's I mean so many people become so obsessed about it. And I mean I can't I can't imagine having to go to dinner and track everything that I ate, you know. And for some people, I get it, it can be really helpful. But for most people, he said, it's, it's not helpful and it detaches you from the scenario, and you from your body, and you from trusting your body. And then you forget what real hunger feels like you don't know how to listen to your body. You don't know when you're actually full versus satisfied versus, I mean, everybody knows what hunger feels like initially, but then for some people like if they're doing these super super low counting programs. Right. Like if you're hungry all the time that just becomes your normal state of being. And then once you become satisfied, then you're like, oh my God. I'm so full. I shouldn't have eaten that much. And it's just it's really. Yeah. Like you said before it just it to show. Shows us, like how much more work, there is to be done in how much myth busting has to occur around this stuff. And how much convincing that we have to do that. Eating less and exercising. More is not the answer. This is not the answer to health. It's not the answer like it might be the answer to superfast unsustainable weight loss. Right. But for some people that doesn't even work because you're now, so metabolic messed up this, it's no longer going to work for you anymore. And at that point, you're probably going to mess up your hormones. This is one you've become completely obsessive about counting, and like all this other stuff. It's just not the answer for everything. Like everyone says it is. It's really not the answer for anything if we're being honest. But the biggest problem is, is that every. Adv Lewin ser, and like all of these different like if you look at fitness magazines, if you look at women's health, quote, unquote, magazines like the answer is always eat less exercise, more and the problem that, that has been in the medical jargon, that has been in the nutrition jargon, that has been in the dietetic Jorgen like this is actually what we're taught in school for the most part. Right. If you want to give someone a weight loss program, they have to be in a massive caloric deficit, and there's all these numbers and stuff that I don't want to go into, but. It's not the answer for everything. But the problem is, it's become so normalized from our communities over the past, you know, however, many thirty forty fifty years, that, even the normal people who don't know anything about nutrition and fitness. No that, that should be the answer. And that's what they should be doing, quote unquote on all of the goods. Yeah. And it's, it's so hard to train someone out of that mentality as well, and what's sad when you talk like that. And not it's not sad that you're jogging like that. But if you think if you talk to most people, most people, especially women have had some type of diet mentality since they were young that land, enter, yes. And it's so it's not it's like it's crazy to me, and like, then I, I always think back to my childhood, too, and I'm like they're so many things in my childhood that also led me to that. And I think sports led me back to eating more. So, like I got back on track. But there was slimfast in Weight Watchers and Jenny Craig on commercials and Newt nutrisystem, which I think is still around and all these things that are constantly flashing at you. And, and it's this diet mentality that it's, it's like you said, it's ingrained in us almost because that's the only way and it's not and it's. Clearly not working and it's just creating so many miserable people. And I hate miserable, people I wanna make them all happy that, and it may seem like we're kind of Randy in miserable today. But really, we're trying to put a more positive spin on this for you guys. It's not all gloom and doom. Even though sometimes it does seem. No. And I think it's because we are so passionate that these ramps come out, and I think it's good that they come out because I think a lot of good comes from it. But I think it's because we are so passionate. And we are really I mean, I guess it sounds like very full of myself to say, but I also think we're very caring people, and so because I care, so, like, I, I feel dumb clients. I'm like, I will literally do anything for you. I care so much about you for one person. She came to me, and she goes, she came from a macro program, and she was like, I don't want to tell you this, because I don't want you to think I'm counting Mak rose. But I was looking on the back of ground chicken, and I just kind of wondered because she wasn't tracking anymore with me. I told her absolutely not. And she was like, I was just kind of curious and she's like the numbers don't add up. Like, if you actually do the math on it was Perdue ground chicken, and I was like, okay I'm like, just send it to me. Yeah. And I was like, just send it to me. I'll look well turns out there was a lab error on. On the label. And so it actually it was way wrong, it wasn't just like a few calories, like it was like something like seventy calories also her things. And I saw like went that far to check into it. Four hundred. Yeah. And it, it gave her some freedom because I finally was like listen. Like you can stare at labels to you're blue in the face. You can count macaroni blue in the face. They're not all going to be right. But what's going to be right? Is how you feel and how you're performing in how you're sleeping. And how your relationships are and to her. It was so cool because like that exercise was really clarifying like, yeah. Like there's going to be like a huge company like that. They should have so many safeguards in place that they don't have an Arab. But even they had an error and like so what? So what was just chickened like, yeah, 'cause she had chosen better chicken, probably. But like it was just ticket. It wasn't like you know, she was going to McDonald's and ordering, you know, ten burgers, I don't know. So I feel like we just were so passionate. We care so much. Sometimes it just like it's like we burst. That was something that, that's a very good term for it. Well, one thing we also bursting to talk about was all of this stuff about like performance nutrition. Because we've, we've been talking a lot about things from like, the athletics point of view in like the cross one of you in all these, like, macaroni and stuff, which is like very heavily associated with cross. We've already been talking for over an hour. So I want to tell us I know which is why like I had a lot of stuff written down. We have a lot of things to debunk about this, too. So I think we'll probably record this as a separate episode completely about performance nutrition. But until then, please tell people where they can find you to find all of your rents. Can you find me at the sassy dietitian? It's to tease. There's no see in there. And you can also find me at the sassy dietitian dot com. I just relaunched my website today. We do. Yes, you'll get a sneak peek, because you're actually hearing live. A lot and yeah, you can find me there. I'm also in the Albany, New York area. Please don't stock the hunt me down. But it's where local know that I am active in the community. So always love hearing from those who are local and who are all over the world. So. Stick around, because we're not done yet. It's time for the Bluebird RIA. So for anyone knew why don't you introduce yourself and say, hey, this is me. In case you didn't list be last time. I am the SAS machine. This is way way to name sausage titan. Listen,

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"unquote magazine" Discussed on Sawbones: A Marital Tour of Misguided Medicine

Sawbones: A Marital Tour of Misguided Medicine

14:19 min | 1 year ago

"unquote magazine" Discussed on Sawbones: A Marital Tour of Misguided Medicine

"He succeeded, but it was its own thing. It was its own separate entity this dental school. It had nothing to do with the medical school. I had to ask the question. Why did the doctor say no because to say distri is of little consequence. I mean like. Why why that's such a mean? Why were they so determined not to train dentists? What is the what was the point? Well, I I'm sure there are lots of different answers to this. And nothing is ever as simple. As one reason. I did find some speculation that it had to do with the inclusion of a specific doctor slash dentist in the in the proposal in that was Henry Willis baxley. He was among the like I mentioned him. He was among the guys who helped found the dental school. Like, I said he was a he was medically trained. He was born in Baltimore. And he went to university of Maryland. And he got his MD there. He worked in and around Baltimore it's penitentiary and at the general dispensary. He he was working at the university of Maryland as a demonstrator of anatomy in eighteen thirty four and in eighteen thirty seven he became the professor of anatomy, the chief of anatomy there. This might be. Why? There was so much opposition this specific guy because at this moment in history. There was this huge struggle at the university of Maryland between the faculty and the board of trustees. The legislature had gotten involved and had taken a lot of power away from the faculty to and the regions to like decide their own thing. Who's chief who gets to teach this class who gets to give these lectures, whatever the trustees had come in and said like we don't like what you're doing. We're going to take over. We're going to start appointing people the faculty didn't like this kind of oversight. This was not really supposed to be the arrangement. This is not typically stuff that trustees do so the faculty rebelled and a bunch of them quit. So the trustees appointed their own people. This is very dramatic and went to court. You're looking at me like this is no big deal. That was a famous. Regents verse. Trustees it was a huge deal like every deal. I'm I'm just like get finished. And I'll tell you why Marvin baxley got caught in the crosshairs of this. Because he was appointed chief by the trustees. So a lot of the faculty at the university of Maryland did not like him. They didn't trust him. They saw him. I'm as as a turncoat as an enemy that he had joined the trustees over the faculty. And so when he was one of the ones who came forward along with Harrison Hayden and everybody else, maybe that's why they were so happy about it. We're going to change the course of history because we're mad at you for like inter inter collegiate squabbling, there's also some very that it came from him that he because of all this. He was more reluctant to join with do. Let's do our own thing. So I can get away from all these guys who hate me. I either way there's been some speculation that maybe this is why it was so complete. I mean, they didn't even consider it. It wasn't like, oh, I don't know. It's going to be expensive. It was just a no. And obviously it created a lot of hard feelings. So from here dentistry became its own profession with its own schooling. The American society of dental surgeons was organized from there. The American journal of dental science was founded the first dental journal in the world because this is part of it. If you're going to have a professional, we're gonna if you're gonna have a profession, I should say the profession itself you have to have rigorous training. You have to have licensing you have to have a society that decides what does it take to be a dentist? What bars must you? You know, jump and all that, and you have and you have to have research you have to have. People who are researching and writing and sharing this information. So that everybody kind of gets on the same page, right? So everybody does the same thing. And so that was really what Harris knew and understood and was helping to form was the profession of dentistry and a big chunk of that was teaching dentists, I'm from there on dentists started regulating themselves in creating their own professional standards, much the same way that physicians did early on when we talk about like the origins of the American Medical Association. The and the, you know, the the beginnings of the of AOL like what is the medical Honor Society was away to like bring professionalism to medicine all of these organizations. They had the same thing with the dental organizations away to start structuring. I always thought it was I found an interesting point point horse. Hayden was really against a dental journal. He didn't want them to publish a dental journal because he thought that if you wanted to learn. Stuff about dentistry. It was sort of obscene to learn it from what he called a magazine you had to go to school and learn from dentists from lectures like in the in the great tradition of academics. You couldn't read a quote, unquote magazine. And so he wouldn't put anything in it. Do you feel like I there's a lot of ignorance on my part here. So please don't if you're listening don't read too much into this. Because I really don't know. But you think there's some element of 'gate-keeping in this to like trying to say, we can be dentist, and you can't because there's a lot of the nistry things that like, I'm assuming lay people could probably do or at least these trae more like trade Centric people that had like apprentice up like, I'm assuming there's probably some things I could do. And I it makes me wonder if like there's some element of like, you know, we're we are going to do this. So you you can't well, I think that as you. I I read a lot of accounts of the founding. Of these. There were multiple early dental organizations as I kind of mentioned when we talked about cavities and filling the amalgam wars separated people out into different dental societies pretty early, and then there was one in the west and one in the east, and so they're all these kind of warring factions of dentists the amalgam Moore's is the coolest name for the lamest thing profitable. The disparity of coal is between those two things is outrageous. But the you're right in that there was a concern that you're trying to make this too hard. And then as we as we move through history it costs money chew, right? I just like a and this is the same for Madison. I'm not picking on dentist. You could everything I'm saying you could replace with the word doctor, and it would be exactly the same. It costs money to go to dental school. It costs money to pass your exams. It costs money to get a license. It costs money to join these organizations and to stay in good. You know, good faith with the organizations it all of this costs money. And you did have dentists who were practicing at the time who probably were doing. Legit dentistry. Right and weren't part of this and didn't go to school because it came along after them they did allow these people to join the organizations they're just kind ushered in like like retroactive, right? Right. Right. Exactly. You've been a dentist this hold. Congratulations. Inside you. They actually put people in their dental society without asking them, which was a big scandal. Because then people were like, I wasn't even at that meeting. I don't wanna be in your society. What is it? So as things changed as there were more and more dental schools there became this concern again that was kind of the origins of the profession. Wait, a second the more. We learn the more research, we do the more rigorous. We are about this profession the more. We know this is medicine. This is this is all part of medicine doctors don't know anything about this. And we're not learning about the rest of the body, and we need to know each other's stuff to do this. You know, the best possible way. And there were some that were concerned that dentistry is moving too far in the direction of fixing problems after they occur and not preventing them on the front end. Which again same concern. We always have in medicine are we to procedure focused are we to like treat the problem with medicine focused as opposed to preventive health. How can we stop it? So in the nineteen twenties. There was a biological chemist named William Geiss who took the problem much the same way that medical education had what was called the flexner report which was. The the Carnegie Foundation sponsored this huge report. It was like a book sized report about medical education in the US at this point history. It was right right before this. And it was the basis of what we do in medical education. Now came from all the critiques in this flexner report will similarly he set out to do the same thing for dentistry. And the guys report was published the dental education the United States and Canada in nineteen guys report, not the guys report g I e s dry guys. Guys got to this guy's report. Anyway, so he went to every dental school in the US and Canada. And he published report in nineteen twenty six and he called for it to be integrated. He said dentistry can no longer be accepted as mere tooth technology. He wanted to any he it's great. If you read his conclusions because he says like doctors regard teeth as these strange stone structures in the mouth that. It's it's I mean, it's right though. He's right. Like doctors don't know anything about teeth and dentists aren't learning about the rest of health, and so we need to integrate them we need to put this oughta gather, and he argued for this. But there was tons of pushback honestly from dentists themselves, they didn't wanna lose their their atonomy. They didn't want a medical organizations in the licensing boards of medical schools, and all these different things. They didn't want them coming in and overseeing their practice because they knew what they were doing. They were learning the stuff doctors don't know anything about teeth which there, right? So they didn't want all this oversight. So. There was a lot of pushback from dentists themselves who wanted to keep their atonomy. So nothing really changed. There was all this concern. But and I think dental school. I I shouldn't say nothing changed that part didn't change dental schools took this to heart and change a lot in terms of their instruction and the way that they address preventive care and oral health in that kind of stuff, but as far as the integration of dentistry and medicine that didn't change. So around this shortly after this was published the other issue that came into focus was dental insurance. So we'd had health insurance since the eighteen fifties, right? We still didn't have any insurance to cover dentistry. So you, yeah, they're just it didn't exist. So it actually started in California, the international longshoreman's and warehouse men's union and the Pacific maritime association. When asked what might improve their work life said, you know, what would help if just like we have health insurance if we could have dental insurance. This was in nineteen fifty four and the idea spread really quickly just are offering dental benefits as well as to attract people to your place of employment. So this was the origin of dental insurance. And it's also whites completely separate because it was just a totally different time in history. And it was added as a whole other thing. And because we see the two things as separate. There have been calls for reform to integrate the two better sense, then in two thousand the surgeon general or issued this huge report oral health in America and said like we need to integrate these better. But again, nobody the problem is at this point all the professional organizations don't want this. And the result of this is there are over a million visits to emergency rooms each year in the US about dental issues, and the problem with that if you've ever been to an ER for a dental issue, you'll know this. There's not much. We can do for you in an ER dentists are almost never any ours. I've never been one in our ER, certainly I'm sure there are places where that happens, but not not around here. And when someone comes in with the dental issue the best I can do is if I think there's infection. I can give you an antibiotic if you're in pain, I can give you some medicine for the pain, I can refer you. I, you know, but I can't even when we admit people for oral problems that we think the oral surgeon needs to come see them or the MAC for us. It's a maximum facial surgeon who will come see them actually now I should say he's an oral surgeon and dentist to he went to all the schooling at our hospital. But sometimes it's just a follow up like it'll just be reviewed and said why just come see me in the office? It's hard to get into a dentist. If you don't have it dental insurance. Just like it is with the doctor again them not picking on dentists or all the same for doctors at but doctors don't know anything about teeth. So you come to the ER, we can't help you. We tell you to go see. Dentist if you can't afford it. Then you're in a in a terrible position. It's hard to find Dennis who will work on sliding scales. Just like it is with doctors. Sometimes you can find like federally qualified health centers that will work in association with Dennis and they'll help you out. But it, but it's a huge challenge, medical and dental records are separate. I have no idea. What you have. If you're my patient. I have no idea what happens with your teeth. I don't know unless you tell me I don't have access to any records. I don't have access to any coding or billing information. That would help us like do research to connect the rest of your body health with your oral health because the codes are different. It makes research almost impossible. So like trying to figure out the origins of tooth decay and gum disease, and why is this patient so much worse off than this one? And how can we help them out better prevent this? That research is very hard to do just from a practical standpoint because of the difference in coding, moreover, we tend to see oral health is tied to like a morality thing. Right. Oh, you have bad teeth. You don't take care of your teeth as opposed to like, well, no, you have more tooth decay than another patient. Let's let's figure out why and help you prevent that. Not like, it's a moral failing and teeth are tied to to our socioeconomic status. Right. That's why we called her front teeth the social six

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"unquote magazine" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

04:13 min | 2 years ago

"unquote magazine" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Tech, headlines dot com. So we have told you many times over the past year. If you've been listening close to s about tech companies doing magazines me years ago seen it started a magazine that it's still puts out. There's also Airbnb with a magazine we've talked about we talked about Netflix. Putting out a limited magazine in advance of any consideration to try to drum up support for it shows to get Emmys bumble has a magazine the list goes on Nicoli you've been looking into this. Why are all of these tech companies turning to dead tree media? I thought the whole point was like we got apps now, you know, they start ups are proving we don't need to read on print anymore. Right. So I I have a couple here on the video version here. This is Airbnb beautiful glossy magazine fumble met a beautiful glossy magazine. And these megacities are I would say that if I didn't know they were from Airbnb. Bobble. They did a legit magazines. It's legit travel lifestyle magazine. Bubbas legit, you know, female female focused interest magazine. And I think it's really interesting because on one hand there, a room magazine, general real interesting stories and photos and all that, but they're also kind of marketing vehicles, right? Like, visit basically the basically marketing Airbnb is around the world are basically marketing the app visit as far as bumble goes. So it's kind of a two full effort on in terms of like, this is a magazine a real, quote, unquote magazine, but also this brand behind it. Right. But it's it's it's just weird. Because you know, when I'm when I'm looking at Airbnb MC, this doesn't make me wanna use NPS. Maybe maybe I'm not entirely sure of of that of that juxtaposition there in the same thing that goes with with the bumble because I'm not in. I'm not in the need for a dating app, but this is more than. Just dating and it has tips for work situations. Tips for toxic friendships in here in. So it's it's kind of a general interest magazine a lot of it, you know, and and I am holding my most recent copy of the magazine which actually came to the person that lived in my apartment before me. So wasn't that you know, it didn't actually come to me. But I I enjoyed it. This kind of nice magazine. Nice. It's really nice. There's a lot of information. Here. You also get the sense that and I have been in enthusi- Airbnb user for years. I'd I'd I'd I love the service, and I've definitely stayed in Airbnb in cities all over the world. So I get the idea of it at the same time like any magazine, you know there. There are obvious. Kind of underhanded advertising handshakes tuition's going on right? Where it's like, hey, the coolest best place to to hang out in Austin, Texas. You know, it's a sort of it's sort of like when you read an airline magazine on an airplane. And you're like, I get it. This is just Kohl's. But we under seal. Trying to get us to want to travel more. There's there is an agenda. But but but again that said I'm like, I can't wait for my next year. Caused money, Nicole. I know some like the scene magazine you pay for a subscription they just that four or five years ago, but Airbnb do they send this to you for free? So that's the other thing is that both Airbnb Magsi EM bumble magazine, the partner with Hearst in is a giant in the magazine industry. They do Esquire L decor all of those things. So because of this partnership. That's why the magazine is so good. And that's why he has beautiful articles. I mean, that's why does the credibility is there. And the thing Airbnb they're charging for this. It's like, wow. There's money behind is a according to you Airbnb eighteen dollars for your subscription.

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"unquote magazine" Discussed on Giant Beastcast

Giant Beastcast

03:15 min | 2 years ago

"unquote magazine" Discussed on Giant Beastcast

"And this game I have mixed feelings on I will say I've played maybe like six hours or so, and I have enjoyed it. But also, it's kind of busted in some ways. So when I was first looking at it because I got it, right? When it came out to hopefully, do a quick look for it. But then I got sick. And also I had like a game breaking bug early on to this game. What it is. It's everyone in on. Steam comments keeps describing it as basically a two point hospital Riskin except you're doing it in a tavern. Like a medieval tavern, which I can definitely see the parallels. There. I think it's like wants to be two point hospital, but is less polished. I think less a little less personality and a lot of ways to. But I am enjoying it. But I remember when I first played it. So you have like a few different buildings that you're building these sort of taverns in you can do like rooms and a hotel and a bar and restaurant and all the stuff. So you build it in this tavern space, and eventually it fills up and you need to purchase the other properties to keep going forward. But I could not purchase the properties. So I had to wait for an update. But it seems like a lot of people are having general bugs that aren't even just that one just like a ton of different bugs, which is kind of a stinker. But I have been enjoying it. But also, maybe just get two point hospital to hospital isn't officially out yet. Right. Like they've been doing two point hospital. Out came out last year. Did it actually come out? I just did like early access came out it came out last year kind of free weekend last weekend the deal see for it just came out. Well, that's my bad. I just I apparently miss the actual release window because they were doing some like early beta things at one point. And just missed the part where they actually put it out pretty short window. I think between announcing a release a few months that sounds right. But I don't know I'm enjoying tavern Coon, you know, it's very much like sort of your building like an entire little town in building basically because you have the tavern you build bathrooms you build kitchen. But there are just certain things where I do enjoy it. I find it satisfying. And some ways kind of fill out the space and see it sort of get filled up with people, but also their stuff that's just not so intuitive. And the way they teach you it is in the sort of sub menu of like, quote, unquote magazines with the call them. But it's not like a thing. That's like obvious where to find it. So there are certain things where. Like I kept failing because everyone is getting mad at me. All my customs are getting mad because they were like waiting for tables to eat at. And I'm like, I keep putting out more tables. I've putting more kitchens. I literally don't have space anymore to do anything. I'm not sure what else to do. And I realized I had to go into like, my management panel and be like tell everybody to leave rather them tell them to wait for a table, which was like counterintuitive kind of strange, and it's just stuff like that. Where I'm just like I wish the game was just sort of clicking a little better. Just not as a user friendly and not as like sensible as maybe it should be right. Totally and for a management sim like this. It's just a little frustrating. It's like, oh, it's just this weird hidden button that like I'm not really sure why this is what the game was made to do. But I do it. And now I can kind of cheese every level just knowing when to hit weight versus leave..

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"unquote magazine" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

10:34 min | 2 years ago

"unquote magazine" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Real buildup stealing their their merchandise. So what did you steal? Roger just a candy bar. Okay. I once stole my parents really wanted to teach me a lesson. That was a pretty good kid. But I once took a ball out of the ballpit at McDonalds. Oh, okay. What are the plastic ball colored plastic balls grounded for a week? Parents made me go back to Donald's and return it, and I can just remember the look on the workers face like, okay? Like who cares? Right. Right. Got a back room full of. Yes, am my my best friend growing up his dad worked for corporate McDonald's and Zayda Paul. I to write a letter to parents really were like dude at St. leg. Obviously. I mean, I'm glad they did. It's a great lesson to learn. But I just remember thinking like, okay. Well, they're just trying to teach me. Here's I can just tell my mom getting on her cell box. I'm like, all right. I'll play along with this. I'll go apologize to McDonald's. I just remember the lady's face, which one of the workers there. Here's this ball on my mom's may, I'm sorry. I took I don't care what three more like. Taking a blue one red one and the yellow one go ahead. Have a matching pair I just wanted to play like in the basement baseball instead of like heart baseball. Sure sporty, you know, trouble for that. You know, what I would have made you do what's that wash them all because they probably the most Phil festival when she was upset about. Yeah. We'd Ida younger baby, brother. That's. Oh, okay. But anyways, I do apologize. Anyways. The point is. Here's a story. Edit cleveland. Had a joke. I'm gonna leave it. All right. So the headline is I Cleveland someone just couldn't let it be a Beatles. Fan cleared their conscience yesterday by returning a copy of life magazine that features the Fab Four after a long and winding road of over fifty years so county police public library representatives. There's so many puns written in this terrible story. I can't even they may be doing the twist and shout after they received the light magazine from nineteen sixty eight along with the money order for one hundred dollars and a letter that road read I stole this magazine from the Parma ridge road library when I was a kid. I'm sorry. I took it. I've enclosed a check for the late fee, which is interesting because when you actually calculate the late it would be about eighteen hundred bucks. But. Hundreds so, okay, if he had rent he didn't he or she didn't didn't take it out legally they stole also. Yeah. If they take it out and never return it open eighteen hundred bucks, so library officials. Thank the anonymous. Paperback burglar for returning the borrowed, quote, unquote magazine, they were happy to get it back and once belong. Ages in it, did he? It's all good. Okay. And if he had taken it out legally, and then not return it again eighteen hundred dollars in fines. Library currently charges about ten cents a day. So and they would normally send to collections at one hundred dollars. So this person would have gone thing. But anyways, they return it out of the goodness of their heart. They say they used copies are sold online around forty bucks for this specific one on no plan in place for the magazine. Oh, God the library won't be saying. Hello goodbye to it though. Article. It's a TV station that we're the worst writers. There are. They start here. He'll someone just couldn't let it be. So the headline is better late than never instead of never. Who wrote that Cleveland Cleveland TV station? It's at Cleveland right there. They could just got to be thinking about. I mean, I I imagine that everyone probably has stolen gets a part of growing up, especially for young boys, like the stealing of things, I shouldn't even admit, but my older, brother. He got caught. What he did? He's still something way worse than a out of a ballpit. He went to a baseball card shop. Rookie card of side. And he got a lot of trouble. He's a great. This is when he was a young boy, and he's turned out to be a great, man. Running your. His three kids that are great. I even hate to tell the story because I'm sure it's embarrassing for our whole family, but at four thirteen in the morning, my parents are on the west coast right now, and my brothers bet the firehouse probably just have one word for you. What's that podcast? Right. Exactly. But I remember it so distinctly because my parents were so upset and disappointed. Not not the angry screaming because he was a piece of merchandise. Like, I think I saw my parents is when they were talking about it, the fear in their eyes that they had a son that would do that. And maybe more why one thousand anyways. Turn out great and everything's fine. But I distinctly remember that being in the next room, you know, usually as a younger brother, you take joy when the older brother gets, and my brother burned down the front lawn once and he lit firecrackers often his room. He was a little trouble kid, take joy when he got joy. But you know, it's. Favorite scale. There was never any doubt where I stood on that. I distinctly remember crying myself worried because of how they look how they were everyone was scared, and I think that's scared him straight. And I think he was grounded the maybe a month or two, and I had to go back, obviously, and apologize. And and my parents, you know, ask them not to prosecute and stuff because they were risking that. To him back is worth five hundred dollars a baseball card with five hundred bucks back then so that's like twenty thirty years ago. That's why now. Yeah. So anyways, if anyone does have anything at their home. I mean, that's collecting dust. You don't have to necessarily have have stolen it. Some people have stuff sitting wherever of things that they checked out from a library or borrowed from someone. And just totally forgot about it. Like, I remember as a kid we could check out books for a month. Right. You know, what can happen to a book in my room? Room in a month. I don't wanna know. Are you talking? I love my sister. Like to no end. Where's this going is she no she would take my books? I had like pristine books. Nice. And neat. I kept on my shelf. She would steal them. Right. And then suddenly would appear they would appear back in my room with food crumbs. Stuck in all the pages? And I'd be screaming and yelling, you room my book, if I had a library book that she wanted to read and then suddenly disappear. I didn't steal the bra. But what you're saying is everyone's got some there and you're conscious America old. That's what we gotta do right now. Eight four seven texts today when I was in fourth grade, the teacher made me stay in for recess. Here. She didn't finish their assignment while they were outside. I knew which drawer that teacher kept the reward candy, and I grabbed a handful eight four seven I hereby cleanse you of your sin. I shouldn't say that in such a religious way. I I'm sure that teacher had worse things happen. You are forgiven has been on your conscious. But you have admitted it this is immunity time. Let us three one to ninety one seventy two hundred confess your petty crimes has children, and I will wash them away with a hand swipe. You can't see the livestream doing that. That's that's a clear. Yes. So things happen. I was in for John Williams on Friday and somehow cheating came up. And I admitted something that I had never even told anyone anyone they'll always between me, and my English teacher senior year plagiarized a paper. Yeah. Right. When the internet was Haman was right. When school was starting. And he caught me. So I he I remember he handed it was when the internet was really just brand new, right? And he handed back all the papers to students, I noticed mind income to be I knew right then and there, and he pulled me he could've probably got. He could. I was my senior year. He probably could have failed me and kept me from graduating. If you wanted to. But I was a good student. He talked me through ice Zaba like a baby in his office. And I was just because I did I knew it. I did I was in a pinch. I was in the I was so busy with other things. I just did it, and he let me write it again. And I still got an app for it. I got a zero paper when I rewrote in. That was the reward for not. So I think ended up with like a C in the class because I had a big fat zero on a big paper and the top me a lesson. Then I went to college never dared touch that touch that so mine happened in sixth grade he's supposed to cleanse me. Roger, wait a minute. Hold on. Cleanse your I forgive you. Get free of your incumbent of of all heavy objects hanging over your head, hanger soul. You are cleanse hall. Mom, wonderful mine happened in sixth grade, and it was the week of graduation. Oh, and we had turned in a final paper. And I did my paper. Okay. I I plead innocent to this day no hand motion for you. But no. But Mr. Cisic, my sixth grade teacher claimed that I played to rise by paper wasn't from the internet knows some quick math here. The library from the card catalogue. Okay. But my parents were called in and the week of graduation. We were sitting with the principal at oakton school in Evanston, and I had to go back and rewrite it, and I almost didn't graduate six grade. And that was I've learned that lesson there too. But you didn't you didn't plagiarize did not play. Motion for you. Crime. I am innocent to this day. We're gonna take a quick break wall event. Seven twenty WGN..

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