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"vassil" Discussed on The Unimaginary Friendcast
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"vassil" Discussed on Dead America
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"vassil" Discussed on Dead America
"Minute free consultation with our director of business development and You know welcome the opportunity. I you know when you were talking about What i call complacency right because if we're not actively it's like what they say about as you age if you're not moving you know you get this and so you got to keep moving to keep moving. Keep flooring how to keep learning and it really is around self-awareness. It really is the more than i understand me. Better i can understand you. And i have to listen. There is a reason why we have two years and one mouth but yes mytalk right. Yes now nancy let you go. I do want one question four myself and maybe others want to know also when you get yourself prepared for a speaking engagement for a presentation. What are some of the things you do to calm your mind and warden. He's yourself for such a thing so first of all besides all the traditional things like make try know who my audience is gonna be. And i have on the handouts and all you know all that kind of stuff. I actually do a meditation I i do countdown meditation that I started doing thirty four years ago. Isobel up the fear of flying After my son was born. And i went to therapy. I went to a counselor and she suggested that i go to a test and it was actually the hypnotist that made take for me that to this day even though i lost the take quite quickly after my third trip It's a meditation where i just get in a in a quiet space and i count down from fifty and i talked through the experience. I'm going to have so. I do a lotta breathing. And i make sure that i exercise before. I do any workshops or keynote speeches I also do poletti's so i'm really about getting my core centers and also about how you know continually moving and so forth and so my.
"vassil" Discussed on Dead America
"So that we can move it forward. I know we've been moving towards a more diverse in the more inclusive environment for all. That is a very touchy situation in many areas How how can we be more inclusive. So i think one of the challenges that people need to pay attention to is first of all. What's my own bias. You know As i said earlier if you have a brain but bias. I mean that's just. It's true and as unbiased as i think i am as human being i have my own biases because i have my own opinions and You know it used to be that we said you know. Don't judge a book by its cover. You have to read the book you have to read the first chapter or two of the book to be able to see whether or not you want to continue to engage so to me. I need to reach out to people that are different than i am. And then at the same time. I need to be able to educate others about where i'm coming from as well to me. There's no right or wrong. it is about a dialogue. And that's something that's really really important. Yes that is very true. Getting people on board and talking is very hard to do. People are so into what they are already know. And how can we present ourselves in more presentable manner. That might draw more diverse people into our thinking or our perspective. So as i said you know like is this is my perspective is that i first of all need to be open and receptive to Getting beyond that first page right getting beyond that cover. Sheet that That one page of a resume. Let's say as an example and being able to Reach out and ask what i call open ended questions so that i can learn more and then not in again. You know it's hard. I absolutely agree with because our brain is wired in so many ways. But it's to be able to say and this is what i do. What can i learn from this person. What can i learn from this person. This person may be different than me. Multiple ways what can i learn from this person and that allows me to Be more inclusive. it allows me to Not think that you know. It just doesn't matter how long you've been on the planet right. It's like i. I'm a lifelong learner. I'm going to be learning today. I'm not here anymore. Because that's the way in which. I stay active in the way in which i M b become more inclusive and. Of course the line of work that i do allows me to be more inclusive because i'm engaging with people all the time that are different than i am. Yes live long. Learning data is very cheap. Because if we can't learn from the very simple it's maybe we have a learning disorder ourselves. You know i have i. I love that. And i have to say to you that you know so. I came from the nonprofit Some people might have said it was touchy feely environment. Because you share you know you always knew where you stood. And that's where. I learned about feedback and listening skills. Self-awareness era and i remember my stepfather. When he was alive used to say and he had worked for saks fifth avenue stores had opened all gone on the east coast. And he said you know you need to go into corporate america. He said..
"vassil" Discussed on Dead America
"So the demand is now greater for what i call the people side. Not so much the technical work but it's the people side and there's this new research that has Come out that talks about the fact that you know the term soft skills is going to be dead and it's really more as i see it people skills are. They're calling it. How're skills because that's what's going to power the future. The new way of work the new way of living is going to be powered by our ability to be able to communicate with each other and any time that you have more than one person in the conversation. Likelihood is could be a challenge. That's interesting nancy. I think it's been that way forever. It's just thing kind of reminded us her. Yeah we all live here and communication is key looking at ourself is very hard to do sometimes but it's very important for us to do and challenging what we already know or what we think. We already know giving and receiving feedback. This is vital. How do we give proper feedback. Yeah so i I think feedback as a guest. Somebody takes the time to tell me what they think. Good better indifferent. They've taken the time because most people don't take the time anymore right what they do is they'll put it on a on a yelp or Whether they'll put on a fasted on social media but never really talked to the person. And so i learned a long long time ago when i i was working for. Ntl's which is the national training lives just to behavioral sciences and we ran training programs in people skills And learning house impact of my behavior. And that's where i learned. That feedback was holistic. There are things that i value and appreciate that you bring to the table. I want you to do more of or start to do it. Because it's really working and then there are some things that get in the way of you being effective as you need to be and so if you think about it as a holistic approach and that's the arrangement and agreement that i have you because you're my colleague then you're gonna trust that what i have to say in that because i care about you again. It goes back to intense because i care about you and you care about me. We can have that relationship where we can give each other feedback. So that's number one spending attention. The problem is that most people think of feedback. And i even heard in the way that you were asking. The question is like oh. Let me brace myself if somebody's gonna tell me something that i haven't done right right so i like to say to people. It's just the race that because that's not true back When i had customers or clients that have fencing. Nancy commute to a program on giving and receiving constructive criticism. It i see again. My body start shaking and i said no. I can't do that but i do. A program on feedback and listening skills and so it's really about that whole mindshift word word usage and choices. How do we shift it so that it's more positive and not about putting me down. You know down in the ground and so in terms of specifics around feedback. I would say to you. You know. here's what i saw here was my experience. you know. here's what i've noticed. So as an example. Let's say you. And i are working together and we were you were supposed to. We were supposed to have meetings on tuesdays at nine o'clock and you don't come to the very first one you don't show up you don't call you know right. You know tax anything..
"vassil" Discussed on Dead America
"Of this conversation. And then it's about you know a racing or eliminating or shaking off all those assumptions because look you know we all have biases and Because we have a brain and that is a known fact. You can google it anywhere. You know unconscious bias. It's really about how can i uncover those biases. So that i'm really having an authentic and clean relation conversation and relationship with somebody. And so. If i can do those two things before i walk into the cell and then i'm able to share what i'm thinking what i'm experiences in a way that is does not have emotion attached to it and then being able to really listen to what they hear the other person's point of view because a lot of times i said earlier we may not have a difference is that we're using different words And that gets misinterpreted. Because if i get a reaction to a word that you use You know you. And i were talking earlier People ask me if i say you training and soft skills and i just absolutely go bananas over that because i do not it completely values what i do for a living and i say to people that what i do for a living. Is i teach you the necessary skills and give you the experience of those necessary skills to complementary technical skills and that as a result of the pandemic which i really thought was a situation and most of us did that was only gonna last about nine to ten weeks. This pandemic has forced us to re-evaluate ourselves has I've been talking to colleagues and some of my clients about how people have figured out that they need to balance their lives different. What's important to them now. Like what's their real true. Passions and as a result of that and as companies are opening back up and inviting Their employees and their associates to come back in to the level that they feel comfortable was they have learned although zoom and some of these other tools have been helpful and people being connected people not so connected they felt isolated and.
"vassil" Discussed on Dead America
"And i paused and i looked at my watch and i tapped by watch and i said we haven't talked for minutes. It's driving me crazy. It's just a different style isn't it. It's a different approach. I think the preconceived notion portion of what you were asking is the more i know about myself and i pay attention. And i'm aware of the people that i'm with the more that i can let go of those preconceived notions and just say okay. I'm interacting with another human. Being who style is different than mine. And here's how. I need to adjust what i'm doing. I had a A situation where. When i first went into business Colleague that i had worked with previously was at a start up here. I'm in raleigh north carolina area and she called me up and she said nancy brand new. Start up we need training Can you come up and you know. Let's have a conversation. I said sure so. I went up and met various people. She showed me the whole layout. We stepped off site. Talk for another couple of hours about some things that she was interested in exploring put together in eighteen training plan proposal. She calls me up and she said the owner of the company wants to meet you really like the proposal Can you come up. And whatever the date was and she said. Let me tell you something she said. Let me just share with you. She said this is important to you. Know we call him a five minute man. She said because if you talked to him for more than five minutes he's done he will check out and he will walk out. I said okay no problem. I hung up the phone. And just like the saying houston. We have a problem. Because i am a forty five minute person. I would like to tell you the whole story from agency double double the. I think you're seeing that With this podcast as well and so. I've practiced and i cut nine practice practicing my and i got up to the place to me about an hour and at that point in time my son was playing football at north carolina state university. He was third. String offense Center and i was part of the parents club and the owner wasn't alumni of the college of the university which i didn't know and he saw my magnet on my car and when i met him of course you want wanted to talk north carolina state. And so you're pulling in my five minutes here so we did this thing and then i gave my presentation and i said and that concludes my five minute presentation. And he he. You would've hoped you would have said please tell me more see or hey let me. Sign on the dotted line. But no what he said was good. 'cause then another ten seconds out of here Yeah yeah wow it's about knowing you know you you know knowing preconceived. There wasn't a preconceived notion. But i needed to prepare myself for the fact that i had five minutes and that was it. Yeah that's an elevator. pitch. Yeah yeah that's it. Yeah that's an extended elevator pitch now. It's more like thirty seconds right. Yeah it is interesting that we deal with and it can be comical at times or shocking. Whole range yes. The whole the whole gamut lies there. What can we do to build our communication skills better. I found that reading helps me build my vocabulary and it helps me be better at preparing for stations..
"vassil" Discussed on Dead America
"Yeah thing outline and you go over the different styles. The people have a type d style type style. Could you go over some of that with us. Yeah absolutely so that is based off of the wiley of everything disc suite of products. So the d. style is the dominant style dominance as in action oriented. Just like if they had a What do you call it a mantra or a tagline. It would say just do it. Kinda like nike right just to make it happen. Let's go board and then someone who's an influencing style. Which is the i there about. Yeah let's do it. They're action oriented but they let's do it with people and then those two styles are the styles that are sometimes too you could say well those are extroverted styles. So maybe but it's also that they're ones that stay when they're in the workplace or even outside of the workplace. Let's get things done. Let's get it done quickly. And let's get it done with others. where's the other two styles. The s style which is the steadiness style is more around the l. Let's get it done but let's do it with harmony. Let's all get along together. Let's make sure that we're it's more more of an accommodating style and it's more of a style that needs more detail and then you're see style. Which is your conscientious style. As someone who really wants all the details they want all the ts crossed and the is dotted and they want it in a systematic their their use terms like accuracy and quality are real important. And so you need all four styles. If we're talking about in the workplace you absolutely need those four different perspectives. That challenge is and i'll save us on a high. So i'm a high influence sir. My biggest challenge is when i have to work with someone who's a c. Conscientious style because we bulkheads and we bulkheads because i'm this eternal optimist that says. Yeah let's just do it. Let's make it happen and this these conscientious style is saying. Oh.
"vassil" Discussed on Dead America
"We have great guests. Nancy applemans vassal. Nancy is the founder and the ceo of the ap l. s. group. We are doing. This talked about communication skills with nancy. Mastering the art of difficult conversations. Nancy could you please introduce yourself and let people know just a little bit about you please. Absolutely and i'm delighted to be here today and thank you for pronouncing my name absolutely correctly so sometimes the challenge for people and you obviously mastered it right away so as you said. I am the crowd founder and owner of payless group which is a Training and consulting firm that works with organizations who want to uncover get over there blind spots that will enable and enhance an increase their effectiveness and their influence in the workplace and in life. And what we do know is that communication is either the driver or the inhibitor allows a conversation and relationship to continue. And whether that's personal or business we've been in business. It'll be twenty one years on july. First i have a team of folks that Helping troves of facilitation of workshops and coaching people and also we have what we called back of the house and what we noticed that without a strong backer the house marketing invoicing etc and operations that it would not be successful and we still not be standing today. the other thing i would say to. You is my background's in counseling and also psychology and education and so i may also certified speaking professional. The national speakers association and Have a masters degree from the university of colorado at them. That's very impressive nancy communication. It's not easy. I know..
"vassil" Discussed on Dead America
"Communication is the key to a healthy lifestyle. Sometimes it's very difficult to understand how to communicate properly today. We are going to discuss communication and how to develop our communication skills..
"vassil" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast
"Dangerous is so good he can make deeply. We're on the ice and fight on the ice. The power play was not without him there. The one thing you notice right away is no one on that team and the handed. It seemed like they handed the whole powerplays zone entry over to brayden point good but nobody gets zone as efficiently and susie as easily as nikita kucherov like he gets the zone sets up smoother than maybe anybody else in the league elliott. It's it's friday with frightening that. That's that's where tamper really mean. Outside of like the guy finds seems that nobody else seems. This seems to be able of fine but just the fact that he how easily he gets his own. Take such a large. So you're saying cloud over. I think they're good enough. Isn't team to win without him. I just think it's much much harder. And the and they're gonna have to find something on the power play but you know one of the things that was wild in the day between six and seven was. I guess there was a lot of jockeying for opinion on how kucherov got hurt. And you know we don't know what the injury is right now and. I don't question injuries like if that guys leaving the game eastland chip heard but i heard there quite a battle because you know first of all. I think if you're tampa you're trying to see you know should may feel get extra punishment which isn't happening but be if you're the islanders. You're defending him. Against the fact that that should even occur. And i heard there was a lot of jockeying about it. I got some of it about. How was kucherov actually heard some of us wondered was it on the crosscheck. Boy we all want was on the crosscheck but some were saying for sure it was the crosscheck and then some of us also wondered. Did he maybe get hurt on the play where he tried to hit bars. L. and ourselves ready for. And i guess you know. People were claiming that where he was really injured was when he i guess as elbow or his arm hit the boards. And maybe that's where he got injure so apparently behind the scenes. There was a lot of this jockeying going around about where kucherov was actually injured. It was a fascinating day. A couple of people were telling me about it. But you know to me i think is good enough. They can win without him. But it's a huge loss. It's a hard loss. And i think it's an enormous challenge. You know to me. You know there's a couple of guys in tampa by look at number one vassil eski after a loss. He's unbelievable guy. Kind of laughed. A bit felt bad for was was. John and lightning ran into penalty trouble. He said tweet saying you'd call.
"vassil" Discussed on Golden Edge - Vegas Golden Knights Hockey
"Yes the big cats andrei vasilevskiy of tampa bay. Lightning has already one vezina trophy. Of course won the stanley cup with the lightning last year. So vassil eskin flurry or basically just neck and neck in the kind of the key goalie. Statistics of flurry has a one point. Eight seven goals against average vacillates. His one point nine four. He has a nine thirty three. Save percentage vassilev skis nine thirty two. I mean it is insane. How close these to. These guys are vassilev. Ski for those the care about you. Know goaltender wins slightly ed..
"vassil" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast
"One particular this morning. It was like watching <hes>. Some played a computer game and it turned track. Grip down to zero on really really hard tires or that turned the rain on the graphics. There'd been a graphics glitch. The rain hasn't come down because it was. It was incredible absolutely zero grip. There was sideways. Ronald the corners. They were just getting up into fifth gear round tonight which the drives it boasted yesterday about all will be flat through there on a i. I like the pits <hes>. It was crazy. So i'm basically calls by resurfacing done. Recently as recent as two weeks ago <hes>. They resurfaced it. And then what happens. When you lay down new asphalt surfaces it needs time to cure so will the oils bitch mini the surface. And then you clean that way and then the the grip should there. So i'm not sure happened. So basically i cars out on the very oily track today with the f. one cars. I mean it got slowly better but i think we're in a in a worse situation. We were poor to matthew higgs and well that we could see. fpm sickly the patches of wet. Bits where they tried to wash some of it away and quite worked to illustrate just how slippery it was <hes>. Maxwell stanton's first time. Fb one was about ten seconds off of the investments post in two thousand eleven and improved a little bit by a p two and talk jobs news any about three seconds off at that time from vassil but we still quite a way to get. Haven't we yeah so today's three seconds of <hes>. Pole position time which thing. Oh that's not too bad. But then go remember how much quicker the current khazar compared to twenty seven i looked at some stats. A few minutes ago says before any a few tracks. Same configuration <hes>. And we've been in twenty seven but the nurburgring back in twenty seven. Polaris woman at thirty point zero <hes>. Pole position this year woman at twenty five point two so the cars in theory should be around five seconds a lot quicker so the facts were three seconds. Elapse loa i think highlights just how far off we are at the moment. We've got another eight seconds to
FP1: Drivers struggle with slippery track in first practice in Turkey
"One particular this morning. It was like watching Some played a computer game and it turned track. Grip down to zero on really really hard tires or that turned the rain on the graphics. There'd been a graphics glitch. The rain hasn't come down because it was. It was incredible absolutely zero grip. There was sideways. Ronald the corners. They were just getting up into fifth gear round tonight which the drives it boasted yesterday about all will be flat through there on a i. I like the pits It was crazy. So i'm basically calls by resurfacing done. Recently as recent as two weeks ago They resurfaced it. And then what happens. When you lay down new asphalt surfaces it needs time to cure so will the oils bitch mini the surface. And then you clean that way and then the the grip should there. So i'm not sure happened. So basically i cars out on the very oily track today with the f. one cars. I mean it got slowly better but i think we're in a in a worse situation. We were poor to matthew higgs and well that we could see. fpm sickly the patches of wet. Bits where they tried to wash some of it away and quite worked to illustrate just how slippery it was Maxwell stanton's first time. Fb one was about ten seconds off of the investments post in two thousand eleven and improved a little bit by a p two and talk jobs news any about three seconds off at that time from vassil but we still quite a way to get. Haven't we yeah so today's three seconds of Pole position time which thing. Oh that's not too bad. But then go remember how much quicker the current khazar compared to twenty seven i looked at some stats. A few minutes ago says before any a few tracks. Same configuration And we've been in twenty seven but the nurburgring back in twenty seven. Polaris woman at thirty point zero Pole position this year woman at twenty five point two so the cars in theory should be around five seconds a lot quicker so the facts were three seconds. Elapse loa i think highlights just how far off we are at the moment. We've got another eight seconds to
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"Have an email I keep. I've I've been listening to your podcasts. For about six months or so I've been meaning to email you. Nearly every night will putting on my bedtime face. I think of something. Kate mentioned a while ago regarding her addiction. To vaseline Vaseline I too was vastly addict since childhood. About two years ago I started replacing quote toxic self-care items with safer sustainable alternatives. And I have two suggestions suggestions for Kate. One wack selene and or to healthy shelley. By third day naturals. Both products are readily available on Amazon. I find them both to be pretty comparable to or even better than Bassolino without the petroleum. Give them a try. My Lips Ne'er shall touch Veselin again and so dory doesn't feel left out. I have a quick story for her and her husband my current partner. I met back in two thousand eleven. Due in part to Matt Myra we we're in a long line at comic con has been that's excuse me. Yes Dory's husband. Check out a recent episode in which we interviewed him. We were in a long line at COMECON to see a live recording meeting of the podcast. That Matt was on at the time I noticed and we ended up sitting together chatting and going out for beers that night after the convention and many long distance conversations. It's my partner ended up moving across the country to be with me and we've been together ever since for eight years in a time when it can be hard to meet people. I am so thankful for communities that come together around a shared love Phantom or in this case podcasts. So sweet such a sweet love story. I told him when I was going through a Notes for this episode. I read this and I called Matt over and I read it to him. Someone touch they found found love at a podcast recording. Yeah they said they had like they've had proposals at live shows Yeah there's a lot of love in the air that's cool. I like take that as for Vassil. Lean yeah as for these facile lean alternatives. Look as mentioned many times on this podcast cast. I'm obsessed with Selene so much so that they heard that and sent me like some handlers which was very nice. Thank you Selene Corporation. I will try these two products out listener. I will buy them try them and will report back. Because I have tried other things. Nothing can come also you know. As did we talk about this with chemists confessions we did and they were like like nbd. Yeah so maybe we don't need to be freaking out about Bass Lean. I don't know I don't have the answers. I don't even try whack. Selene and I will try healthy jelly
"vassil" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Yes. The cross ice pass. Could it's above the top of the circles in his. Carlsson Karlsson does have a good shot. And it is a long time. But Vassil Levski is going to stop that ninety nine times out of one hundred Carlson, maybe didn't get all of it. But still at the same time. Even if he does that's the pass and the shots that you can give up it's not close enough to work and get that philosophy and goodbye backs from Linz. The Gotham snap goes of luck point process. Is nets operate circle Lucy point. Ovechkin shoots cut the white left. John Carleton Calvo, let circle process operates circle minute. Twenty-five luck getting Kuznetzov four three lightning late. Nets off look at things over appoint Ovechkin Dr coups nets off top of the right circle. Holding onto it. Looking to make a play feedback. Yes. Jonah slot. Bought up by the Lasky, what await left because Neth again, right circle shoots. More of a routine save that time for philosophy. Stamkos in the near corner. Under pressure under better to go its regained by back. Some left corner circle Kuznetsov was not top of the six on five. He was he was gonna pass like he did on the earlier secrets buddy shot at for the right circle. And is a four four game of fifty two point six seconds. Locked up all the shots that go in this one seems the most curious vassal left. He's been under siege here throughout this game. But Kuznetzov just walk in off the right wing side. And he's there from about angle that was really just a shot to try and get a rebound because again, they had net present Baxter right there on the edge of the paint Wilson also couple of feet out. So this was simply want to try and get it to the front of the net, bats left. He just missed it. You just missed that one. And it's tied up at four four. There's net south has twenty goals now on the year, docs, rumble get it assist. He's the one who fed across eyeso- four four Holte factor that Tyler Johnson but doers. The puck out the center ice, MS own and LARs L A. Rams it back into lighting zone. Final thirty nine seconds regulation. Point to center. Let's sit in. Miskin? And by the Washington, nap cleared around the Baltic panel. Away with the lightning zone is checked by headmen. We taught trying to clear our blocked if it comes back to had been by the lightning goal. Nineteen seconds left in regulation bicker heaven out to center ice the red line. Bob's it in just plays. It the far side cobbles tall Haglund nine seconds left. He's detectives folded into the lighting zone. We will have overtime. Feet here. Bats have six shots to the third. They had some bursts of pressure power-play chances six on five. Certainly they applied a lot of pressure. And they get the game tied of the goal from Kuznetsov overtime. Brought to you by orange theory, fitness keep burning. She gets the second assist. There was a battle of the corner and the cops came up with their backs from eventually PETA crawfish because nets up who put it in. It overtime games is year. Lanier twelve and four they are six and three in the OT six and one of the shootout capture nine and seven overall five and six in overtime four and one of the shootout. Go back to that say by Hopi on kucherov when it was sort of a mini two.
"vassil" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Cooper ready at a pretty good. Donald it over the last several sometimes David it's harder to handle a real good talented hockey tube. I'm not an isn't because personalities manual gotta deal with the personality coupe is done. A magnificent job doing that. Well, let's get to tonight scratches injuries Lloyd to give recall camera gods from Syracuse. He is. An extra tonight. He will not be in the lineup stall Girardi still injured Callahan. Martelli other healthy scratch is still out injured for Arizona. Nick schmaltz out for the year. Kyle capital Bianco young defense for the year. Derek step on an Ozzy. Rhonda also injured the other scratches are illion lebowski Christian Fisher. Heaven vast lusty gets the start for the lightning thirty four eight four eight two point two eight goals gets to the point ninety nine. Save percentage. Darcy campers having a great season second half of the year, specifically twenty four sixteen and six a two point four nine goals against any point nine two one. Save percentage in the first period. Vassil asking the lightning defendant to our Lupton skate left to right in their home. Blue jerseys numbers Kemper in the coyotes will defend the net to our right and move right to left in the first of the road, whites red numbers black sleeves opening up next lightning and Arizona coyotes for me arena lighting radio Irish thirty one is. Pump for their fourth years and officials sports bar the Tampa Bay Lightning hitting you Emily arena for the game. Watch.
"vassil" Discussed on 1075 KZL
"Henry was trying to climb on my lap. Oh my God. Pain. Not to get too graphic. But was your B H burning? They call it the sting ring and their those that exactly what it is. I am a professional in that area. We know you are. And I I know this sounds very awkward, but not only can you take my land or Pepco Bismah. But if you put my Lanta on like a rag, you can then put it to that area. And it's. This is where I got it from one time when my son Landon was a baby. He had like diaper rash. Oh, yeah. The doctor said the first I've ever heard of it instead of my land because they don't have a lot of Atlanta or something you can only give them some. All right, right. Right. Get put on the outside of it because it neutralizes the acid apparent. I see. Sense the white my, but basically. Another thing. Tip. You can also them, but my Lanta and you wash that area out you could what heavy Vassil lean on there too. Just like the chapstick does with your regular lips. Basically protects the acid from hitting it because it's just make sure you tell your spouse or boyfriend or girlfriend that you have bass lean on your age. Wait. What are you doing? What's happening? Or you're at work. Yeah. I would have been I was desperate for something. For me. It was this morning when I woke up I was off yesterday. But I woke up this morning, and I was like oh right away. Are you woke up earlier than normal on the toilet for twenty five minutes? Twenty five minutes on my my I'm gonna be late for work. I'm sorry. Let's seriously twenty five minutes on the toilet. I'm driving to work. I've gotten about four hundred feet from my house bubble guts right away. Jason we have IBS. So, you know, but it seized up and I'll say panic mode almost ran the red light. Because it's like no one up at that time. Oh my gosh. The close thing to me. Luckily, a sheets gas station. All about that. Blue in their nice bath very anymore..
"vassil" Discussed on 1075 KZL
"Mind. There's a big difference. It's a huge thing. If it were it would not be good still. But if it were three hundred thousand and then when you say, oh, it's five hundred thousand. Okay. Okay. This is a million million Scoville units. And by the way, also learned from our friend Jimmy at east coast wings and grill one of the owners of one of the locations. He also said that the rule of thumb for measuring sculpture units is one drop a water neutralizes, one Scovill measurement. So for example, green bell pepper, right? Belt. Beth nothing. It's one hundred skull units. Okay. And so you need a hundred drops of water to neutralize it. Water milk. Does a better job. He got into that as well. He said milk. Not a good idea. Oh, a lot of misinformation we love. I see people in I see some YouTube videos people eating hot stuff, and they only drink. Yeah. I see it on TV what you wanna do. But for example, Habanero. You would need two hundred and fifty thousand drops of water to neutralize the heat. So we need a million drops of water to neutralize. However that how you measure that. I don't know how you measure Scovill unis said milk as I said is a Portuguese. Why he said it doesn't mix. Well, the acid in it doesn't mix well with the peppers and milk doesn't mix. Well with my belly in general. So. Choose if you want to do it. I would've still do because I've had before milk seemed to help me you can have we'll have milk and water and stuff. I still in on the bet I'm still on the bed. I just disappointed now. I was disappointed. I'd had more time because he sent me an Email. I was like, okay. Think about it. I can't even I can't really even process. I can't either there's American Chemical Society. What set says milk helps break the bonds the Bosnia forms from the nerve receptors of why? I think you saying when it gets in your stomach it can make me feel. Does Rancho because like I said there's got to be read whatever you want. I'm still in even though it's nearly four times what we thought it was the heat level for this Super Bowl bet. Sanity wing one million Scoville units. How about a bite as opposed to the whole thing? Well, how do you measure a bite? I think you just eat the wing. Do you take a big by the wing shoot about? We're not going to say, oh, you don't get this piece of meat. He's going to be on the outside. Make us her Matt I'm still in hugs. I'm in I'm in Jason Goodman. Nope. Not doing it. Come on. You just change the whole thing. I had set my process everything for three hundred thousand and now it's a million times. There's no way your taste buds can tell the difference in the skull. Right. Wall. But my pain. Well, yeah, it is a little hotter. A lot hotter. Ibm IBS. I'm gonna have to bring Vassil Lena my land for my. Know what to do to prepare some girl sent me on Facebook. She's like terrified that I'm doing this. And she has sent me paragraphs in paragraphs of stuff. She saying I should go to the doctor and get this acid cocktail they can pay up for me. So I could take it before. And after Saddam that's my stomach got permanently. Well. Right. We know that. Do whatever you need to do as long as you do the bat. It's kind of hard for us to do the bat in your the patriots fan. We're not. We're not Rams fans. We just took the other team. I'll do it. Because.
Macedonia: Referendum approves name change, but turnout low
"Closing in Macedonia were turnout out has been low in a nationwide referendum. Fox's Simon is live in the capital of Skopje. Pam people have been heading to polling centres all day voting on whether that country this small Balkan state should change its name to north Macedonia. If that happens h could settle a nearly three decade dispute with neighboring Greece and help Macedonia. Join NATO and the EU Vassil CARICOM Cheb voted yesterday to change and told me he did it for his kids is for the next generation. It's a good decision. Also, a little bit difficult, maybe emotional, but opponents say changing the country's name is giving too
EU's Moscovici says trade differences persist after G20 talks
"The alpenhorn academy of Switzerland which. Offers courses Let's return to the shooting incident in the Canadian city of Toronto police say nine people have been wounded by a gunman Jody Steinhauer, witnessed what happened All of a sudden we heard what sounded like very very. Loud firecrackers Ten fifteen blocks. And someone just said run get to the back of the restaurant now and then it was silent about five. To ten went off and y'all clear to the back of the restaurant and then we started to. Hear people scream out front and a woman was pulled inside in shot and we were, told that four to six people on the Danforth was shot right here and we just tried to call nine one of, his right now and looking out the window or stuck in the. Restaurant and there's police and paramedics. Ambulance everywhere and just mayhem down here nobody really knows what's going on we'll bring you more on that story as we get it each year more than two hundred million cases of malaria are reported. Around, the world and nearly half a million people die from the disease now the authorities in the US have approved new. Drug being hailed as the most significant advance in malaria, treatment in decades Quin treats recurring form of the disease called vivax strain missed common. In south and southeast Asia and Latin America by killing Dumont malaria parasites that lie in, the liver professor Richard price is from Oxford University vivax is a ferry disease I've seen young children get infection after infection, until they become sicker and sicker and eventually succumb to the actual. Malaria or to other diseases that. Come along at the same time such as pneumonia diarrhea more from our global health correspondent Smith Erdman decide vacs malaria the most common form of the disease in Latin America and south and southeast Asia. Can, be a challenge to get rid of that's because the parasite can lie dormant in the liver and reawakened several times Existing drugs can kill the sleeping parasite but need to, be taken for fourteen days and some people stop as soon as they feel better this leaves them vulnerable to disease returning and. Leaves of reservoir of malaria in the community that can be spread by mosquitoes Now the food and. Drug administration says a single dose of, two Quinn can help flush the parasite out of the liver and stop it coming back regulators will. Need to consider it side effects and then decide whether to make it available in countries where vivax is a serious threat The growing threat of an all out global. Trade war has dominated the latest g. twenty meeting. Which brought together finance ministers and bankers from the world's largest economies and at, the talks in Argentina's Saana ficials expressed concern that the US's. Policy of imposing trade tariffs and some countries could hinder global growth are South America business correspondent Daniel Gallus reports. The g. twenty summit of finance ministers warned in a joint statement. That trade, tensions risk undermining the, global economy but there, was a lot of tension in the meeting itself Europeans complained, about US tariffs being imposed on aluminium and steel that you. Commissioner for economic and financial affairs, Pierre Moscovici warned that US action is inappropriate and that Europeans are allies not foes the French finance minister Bruno. Lemaire said the you should not negotiate trade with a gun to its head but US secretary of treasury Steve Mnuchin tried to adopt Opt a softer tone he said that in upcoming talks with. G seven nations there will be efforts to drop trade barriers altogether the g. seven does not include China so there is. A hint that the US is trying to isolate the world's second-biggest economy last week President Donald Trump suggested that the US could significantly ramp up its tariffs imposing duties. On five hundred billion dollars of Chinese goods which. Is fourteen times more than the current amount Daniel gala reporting now sue has, some other stories from our news desk you cranes security service. Has defended its decision to fake the killing of the Russian journalists are county bump Janko insisting it was. A. Success the service chief Vassil Fritz said the operation two months ago. Has saved, lives he said Russia, had been planning to, assassinate dissidents in Ukraine and alligators in Moscow denies the leader, Abdul Fatah SEC says that, rumors aimed at fuelling discontent Are among the.
Buses leave US Embassy in Moscow on expulsion deadline day
"Live from npr news in washington i'm louise schiavone a striking proposal from the us surgeon general today as the nation battles and opioid crisis dr jerome adams is urging more people to carry the medication no lock zone used by first responders to reverse an opioid overdose adam spoke on npr's morning edition one of the things that we're doing if working with pharmacies working with providers working with the american medical association and the nursing associations to increase training on how to administer in the lock zone in homes but overall and i'm an anesthesiologist who's administered in the lock so many times myself it is easy to use and forty nine out of fifty states have standing orders for people to be able to access and use no laaksonen the home setting the surgeon general says one hundred fifteen americans die every day due to an opioid overdose sixty america matt's in moscow heading home part of a mass expulsion of us diplomatic personnel by russia charles maine's has more from moscow three large buses departed the back of the us embassy in moscow early thursday morning as the us met a russian imposed deadline for sixty us diplomats to leave the country the expulsions are the latest fallout from an international standoff over the poisoning of former russian agent sergei skirt paul and his daughter on british soil last month using weaponsgrade nerve agent futures are up for both the dow nasdaq i'm louise schiavone npr news washington i'm richard hake on wnyc in new york the nypd confirms officer shot and killed a black man holding a metal object last night in crown heights brooklyn they were responding to nine one one calls that the man appeared to be holding a gun police chief terrance monahan said four officers fire ten rounds at the man who matched the nine one one description who has been identified as thirty four year old saheed vassal officers later discovered he was not holding a gun the object coming from hi with some sort of novel monahan says officers fired after vassil pointed the metal object at them he was pronounced dead upon arrival at kings county hospital mayor de blasio says he's cautiously optimistic about a deal that brings a group of breakaway.