22 Burst results for "Vate"

BNB & BTC Looking Good

The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast

06:11 min | 2 months ago

BNB & BTC Looking Good

"Against what's going on out there in the markets will clinch OUGHTA. Pullback yesterday. Unsuccessfully. Really. Look. Like I say H die that we can solve it and there's five days now one, two, three, four, five minutes I can solve I mean we have really gone anyway you know we sort of bubbling around in a bit of Ryan. So, what are the main to me was I should say We'll aged either we bubble. The moving criminal a little closer back to where process currently now you know. I looked at try pullbacks. Pullback. We saw I saw as consolidation that occurred back fall looks pretty much from the twelfth of October to the seventeenth of October just Assad Roy. Zippy zippy's easy ZAP. And and then we saw that little bullish candle now that bullish was on the seventeenth of two. and. What we say from, there's a just a really great run. You know it's just a bloody good move simple as that. That's it a really, really really strong move. Sorry From here. What are we were? Options will as we consoled Loa well, it doesn't look at this moment. Look things can change very very quickly bitcoin strong right now let's not forget it. You know the clothes that we had yesterday. Is the highest close that we have ever had on the x shot, but we haven't closed that high. Let me tell you the last time we close at home that that close. Thirteen, six, full five. That's the the loss close that we had high was the eighth of January two, thousand and tank. That's a long time ago. You know that's that's a long time ago. So. It's it is looking incredibly bullish and we could certainly say bitcoin just tackle and just say you know what? Thank you mother for the rabbit shot the guys hold Shot the guy the horses bolted and off we go on I, rip. Of A? So, these are the realities of our marketing aged. As we consolidate, we get closer to having an opportunity where we look to be too overboard. And then. We can. Off Again. Tell you the truth. I love a little pullback really would. Pay The guy. Nor what what Bitcoin Golf Forever said why? But I wanted to get up with simplicity why because I tried? The a trade for living radio. So what I want I, want to pull back because pullback software paternity PULCHRA breakout. It'd be fine. The three strategies designed around pullbacks or breakouts. That's it. Boom Shaka Laka Saunders. Whitening say what does on? Basically. I didn't come in on the fifteen but tell you what? He a little bit sleigh for the time being. So what happened yesterday was we did move down. We moved down to a low all who are twelve, thousand, seven, hundred, seventy, six, hundred, close at thirteen, thousand, sixteen army closed above the thousand wants gang. With currently ops fraught now half percent the one to thirteen, thousand, one, hundred and twenty dollars and I'm just keeping an all out a pull back into that twelve pullback level. You starting to increase you know back in that cradles on the top of the crowd was on, which is a ten is now twelve, six, five nights a pretty close. Keeps creeping up as the market continues to console that bitcoin is looking of super duper bullish. What else have we got on the odds right now theory and pulled back to that four hundred get a in their took a tried yesterday. Da. On the sixteen hour. Said I wasn't gonNA try brought my rule pretty dirty I'm a cellphone that but high. Go to just go to shopping up. About decision I wasn't feeling good. That's why site when you're not feeling good, you shouldn't be trying I did the wrong thing and I pay the price of intimate down on that down myself but just down that I might have. I. Mike Errors I am. So. This wall doesn't make it. Any easier doesn't get any better way artist therion brought now's rod licking cradles. Any trades there on the day. But tell you what if we can push out from here? It's going to be such a beautiful Trenton thinking they'll be lots of good opportunities yesterday down three point five percent now currently at three, hundred, ninety, four, Dole seventy, seven off hop a half of a percent right now law on excel paste over the correct that twenty six, mock yesterday we were down two percent we counted twenty four point nine cents I just below twenty, five Dan points to the rave of. BITCOIN cash did reject the two seven, five resistance. So he bounced off to I three, thirty five, the lower end of that channel had talked. I don't try channels, but it's a very simple horizontal plight, very simple horizontal level that I look at to help me. Rebounds Twenty Three Thirty Five, and we raised up to two, hundred, seventy, five, sixty, five, which was the brand of that resistance that will now back in a to sixty point three, five, Selah full point. Three seven percent yesterday. So we are still in a very nonstop translate what bitcoin up trying to see our even exile pay it's not trend, but it's pretty crafty bitcoin cash beautiful uptrend onto lot coin next, which is also in love looking up trying to pull back three point four, five percent. Yes, I currently. It's at one point three, one point one, percent, fifty, seven dollars fifty. The wake he's only starting to look a little bit better. The daily the daily does look good or going to be honest. It does look pretty Nice right now, the fifth diamond aloe basically can be touching those lower timeframes just yet fitting seven, forty, six percent. They vate look it's pretty average rotten a popped up through that one, hundred, eighty, two mock and the NFL strike back through yesterday closing down. Three point nine percent. He's up point to today's one hundred seventy four dollars sixty two days really clear out through the LAS Haw, which was yesterday's Hot out outer ninety five, dollar sixty, one Bayton perform really willing to get to involve

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XRP Or Ripple Just Took Off!

The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast

07:56 min | 9 months ago

XRP Or Ripple Just Took Off!

"We have had a good move funny. We watched say across the top ten still being a bit of a grind pot from tron and ex Pay Now I talked about that. Twenty cent level for quite some time talked about X. pay and saying how love it was building and it certainly did build a bill to a point where there was an explosive breakouts over. Not Fa May You know early in the evening haven and it it just kept on pushing through a very very nice move on. Excel yesterday and the other thing that I can talk to you now about his Toronto's well it's continued that OP TRANS. We've got XL. Pay Now in an uptrend if you if you understand what I'm saying throughout the wake with many these markets You know exit pay theory and Bitcoin A US many of these markets being at resistance will always now Sane X. Up a break and we still get him around that region. We still need to do a little bit. More there and bitcoins just starting to creep above it right now. I WANNA see more from bitcoin. There has been very little in the way of of any volatility for another week. We've seen this happen before it gets bit. Wonky sometimes this is happening in and out trying to go back to the twenty second point one nine than the twenty third up went full five percent up two point. One eight percent the twenty. Six one percent twenty-seventh down point four twenty eighth and of course to die with currently up one percent so very little of the last ones that seeks dies on bitcoin very uncharacteristic. It does look a little bit nervous but I wanna say the market takeover pushing higher here. Kate these trends going if we can say this occur and we do get a little bit more. Gusta from the market. We are going to have a bucket load of great trading opportunities. We do have about right now. Let's go through that as I said. Yesterday closed down point four three of upset on bitcoin pushing through that seventy six thirty seven holding above that raging for the time being more momentum still required in my eyes before. I started to get really interested on Bitcoin but it is slow scholley setting high on the four hours starting to tick along. It's by no stretch of the imagination. Gripe trend right now on those low timeframes but it is a mock it on keeping a close oil as I always do on a theory of now yesterday I mean science thing will flats pretty much we. We opened the day at one hundred ninety six dollars and sixty seven cents and we call us at one hundred ninety six dollars and fifty cents a move of eleven sent so again very little in the way of Any progress there theory. I'm yesterday they load tests. Rejection candles rejected that one ninety four spot three five been speaking for quite some time ago and just want to say a want to see a pro push you know we have seen as the very much Trending well it has been a happening. It's been working at very very nicely. Indeed I just want to say this momentum continue. Isn't that much to ask while I hope not. Currently or at one hundred ninety eight dollars I wanNA say push on above two hundred and really discuss this puppy flying. You know we did get a maximum heights. Today of one nine spot non-threatening a little spark. I WanNa see us really rod through that. Get This theory. Cherry pumping a little bit hot are lovely trend debt on Alexa play? Of course yesterday well what will be closed? We closed up eight point. Five percent absolutely cracking moving. We currently sitting up point four percent on the direct twenty one and a half cent so very much a strong push straight up through twenty cents and that trend is now looking a lot better on the high tide. Fans like the daily and working suckling through the mid term timeframes like a four hour to hour and whatnot. So apparently twenty one cents up went full yesterday. I point five. Bitcoin cash still with resistance above to forty spot. One five and yesterday i. What did it do yesterday? Bug A. Roll excuse me down point. Six six of a percent needs to break that to forty eight spot one region. It's trying it's approaching. It's just not done it yet and there could be the potential for bitcoin breakout trading strategy. They will have to wait and what goes on currently to forty four three up. One percent of the died base vate. Nothing really to talk of God is really really ugly. Yesterday Dan Point till sent closing the market at one ninety five spots six nominee one ninety-six bought for two point three seven and ugly looking shot and I got no interest in Iraq. Now and good luck next. I guess I did it a little bit more moving in the rest of the market. Two point eight seven percent up closing the Diet forty three spot four six. It's gone ahead to push to a little bit more of a satisfactory trend on the lower timeframes. But I want those mead's really to kick in. I want that four hour. Simplicity of want that come back. It's not really looking fantastic for me at the mom and sitting at forty five ninety. Four flat right now per resistance. Yup We still sit in that dogging line two levels ninety cents a very strong level of resistance here on. As yesterday we did close up point. Six six of a percent. Of course we are saying this resistance really slowly in a building into that region. It's a it's a bit. Messy shot guys If you're not looking at the consolidation but that consolidation. Hi It's pretty Nice just waiting for that opportunity. It could be a bracket trade today on a little bit more analysis on that and see if I can't find myself Nas rage and for a stop loss deb malls to white to save a brexit above. Pulled back in because that's an opportunities. Whoa currently we're sitting at toodle. Seventy six flat on yesterday bonds. Another one that is very solid wise. We've seating there around that resistance for which I ended the tried a couple of days back at sixteen dollars and forty seven cents where we're at point two six percent up today not much going on and yes we down point four. It's just very Saad. Wise push above that resistance bonnets. Let's set you free. Fly off into the distance and really say this thing moved because it's Cod donnas may not having a very good run the loss little while of course yesterday. Bang a very slow down on now on outside on cow. Donna its up point seven full. Currently we close a full point six cents currently full point seven one slot at half percent run now onto a theorem classic six thousand sixteen up but with flat on yesterday. I guess it'll be closed up. Point seven percent. Retested often all level Over resistance there around that fall dull naughty markets. Just come back in just episodes slightly kept on that rejecting six dollars it is currently flat and that trend is moving. The fought point two percent yesterday. Second in the top ten iron lead to Exa that Trans Science Look Really Nice on trauma gotta good wake up with momentum right now and others law timeframes will amid timeframes lodge inside a certainly starting to trend very nicely tron as one of the markets on my list. Pullbacks incredible trades I am watching very very closely. It's a very good trend. In what has been a very very nice looking market over the last week. Moving averages Currently which just sitting down a percentage we pulled back at one point five cents. I'll be keeping an eye on that so there have been some good opportunities trading against bitcoin logically. The Best of today was my watch. List was Off Sandwiches revealed credit network. Bonnets LOVE THE CRADLE. Back in the have a look at that shot yourself. And those of you have gone through my most recent program while eluding full Not what you're looking

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Kale Yeah, He Did It!

Plant Strong

12:39 min | 1 year ago

Kale Yeah, He Did It!

"The long awaited day is finally here and for those of you who have been listening and following the podcast and stay one. You know that joe inga bronx firefighter has come an enormously along way to be toned up at the starting line today in six months he has figured out how to navigate eating plan strong wrong and staying plan strong in what i would consider the most hostile environment on the planet which is a firehouse where he is surrounded rounded by foods that are off plan accrue guys who are less than enthused about his food choices so i've gotta give joe major major kudos it has been super exciting to cochin and watched joe from the sidelines as he's grown and matured and and now ultimately decided to own this plan strongly style now before i share the actual triathlon with you today today. I want to invite you to drop in on a recent conversation that i had with a plan strong brother. His name is james lightning lightening wilkes and he and i talk about protein and specifically what this lifestyle does and eating this way <hes> <hes> can do to fuel your performance and i think it will help explain to you a little bit why joe and for all of you at home why you're able to do a a triathlon a five k. a. marathon and recover so well for those of you that don't know james is the producer of the much anticipated upcoming film the game changers it is gonna launch <hes> globally in over two thousand theaters on monday a september sixteenth and it is going to be nothing short of a game changer. James is a former m a fighter later turn plant strong crusader and as you're going to see in the film he discovered the truth about plants while he was recovering from two you need injuries that took him out of the ring for several months and what he learned launched him on a quest to expose the most dangerous myth on the planet and in the process james has become one of the greatest experts on protein and the power of plants in the world. Let's listen in. I think that <hes> one of the things that you address. It's probably the primary thing is what i think you you guys have dubbed the world's most dangerous myth what is the world's most dangerous myth well. I think the underlying with the most dangerous myth is real men eat meat. There's there's all these myths above that you need me for protein or too strong strong to be healthy but especially in that male demographic that real many meet methods is really strong. <hes> <hes> and i mean you look at your her year. Background is mixed martial artists. <hes> probably one of the most masculine subliminal you know face to face combat sports and here you are you you get injured and now you go on the search for the truth and nutrition following. I think some of the principles that you learned from from bruce lee right exactly i mean you know he was always in search for truth and combat which i was on the same path right and his philosophy was research experience absorb what is useful reject what is useless and add what is specifically around raleigh just listening to and this is what i used to do as a listen to what was written about in bodybuilding magazines fitness magazines or online you really got to cut through all of that and start looking at the research wjr and when you look at the research is really quite clear. Especially in the last ten to fifteen years has been a better understanding of the components that are in animal foods that are bad for you and the components plant foods that are beneficial <hes>. It's really very clear that are applying based is optimal not just the health but also athletic performance. I think one of the one of the great saying i heard originally from you was to drop the the bro science right that you're going to hear at the g._m. Yeah you're gonna hear all sorts of stuff at the gym but that's just again stuff people have read online and then <hes> perpetuated in the gyms so what what's bro science. What are some of the things that these guys in the gyms are are being told well one of the biggest things obviously is you know how much protein you need but more specifically it's like weady protein protein from and there's this really strong myth and this pro science that you have at protein from animal foods whereas in reality you know all protein originates implants can't animals are just the middleman and basically animals are doing you a disservice. They're taking all of those beneficial nutrients that you could be getting and in return giving you all of these inflammatory molecules so it's all about the package right you can get protein in animal foods. You can get a protein implant foods the original source but the package which it comes with fiber fell late <hes> these antioxidants versus an animal foods. You've got these inflammatory compounds like <hes> t._m._a. Oh and agee's new five g. All these things that it was fun to learn about these lost sort of ten fifteen years in the literature heme iron he mind yeah exactly you say him. I say him <hes> yeah so we're starting to realize that even the he minded self is inflammatory and even the animal protein protein the amino acid profile of animal foods is also yeah. I think what is so fascinating to me. Is that in america erika. We've had the discussion about good fats bad fats. We've had the discussion about good carbs. You know kinda bad carbs but really what's never been put on. The table is good protein. Bad protein is just like well protein. You can't get enough of it. The only way to get it is from animal products vary products and it's like that's why to me. It is truly the world's most dangerous myth because everybody's convinced that you know if <hes> if i don't get enough protein amana wither up i'm adine ivine <hes> or i'll be hospitalized for protein deficiency in you. I mean you you guys delve into that in a beautiful a film it's not just the protein is when you start eating like that. You're reading obviously animal foods which are the leading cause of of death in this country in the western world up primarily due to what people are eating so it's not just the proteins that package and everything that people are eating so the leading cause of death in the western world a priority caused by what people eat right and so it's killing more people than anything else and it's also really bad for the planet and also you'll the animals also dying as well so it really is the world's most dangerous man i could not be more excited about the game changes film. I know it is going to move the needle and helping people wake up to what is marketing hype in what is factual actual if you think about joe and the overhaul that he has done in his life the idea of training for any athletic feat seemed virtually impossible people at the beginning of his journey he had zero energy he had tried and failed numerous times to adopt a regular fitness regime in the the past but he would either injure himself or he be so sore for a week or more that he would then abandon the idea and move on but during our time together he was able to consistently put one foot in front of the other and his fuel source was so clean and plan strong long that he has not had any setbacks along the way and his recovery time has been accelerated immensely so when thinking about joe's joe's experience. I want you to now imagine professional athletes. If joe can train and get stronger in recover faster while on a plant strong diet just think what that could mean for these professional athletes well wait until you see the game changers because we show on on the big screen real impactful and visual results with some pretty reluctant experimental subjects including pro football players yes and with my help a group of new york city firefighters from brooklyn. Now let's turn this over to james and hear what he he has to say about what he's learned about blood circulation and how it's affected by what we eat you another thing to me. That was so brilliant about the way you laid out. The game changers was what you did with these n._f._l. Athletes the receivers for the at the time the miami dolphins and you were able to show again what can happen with with your blood in just after eating a a meat vate meat-based meal versus a veggie based meal <hes> <hes> can you talk a little bit about that. Show i mean so that you can draw the blood offer meal and separate it out using a centrifuge and it's called post-prandial post-prandial i._p. May which means fat in the blood after eating and you can really see a difference when the when there's not much fat in the blood is sort of looks like olive when he separated out and when they found the blood it looks much more like elmer's glue in so <hes> so once translucent right and when you can't see exactly and so with the animal animal based foods you can see within an hour or so and then getting locked up for six or eight hours you can see that the the plasma in the blood when you separate out the red blood cells from the plasma very cloudy and when the happens reducing endothelial function. It's been up to fifty percent on ultrasound. You're going to see reduction of the arteries on dilating openness much which means less blood which that oxygen must nutrients to the muscles and all the organs in the body so you just not functioning as well right the plant based meals. Don't have that effect in the doctor that helped you. That was dr robert vogel. Who's the co. Chairman woman is the coach of the cod clues <hes> committee on cardiovascular health right right. I mean again incredibly powerful scene and i'm just will open up. I think people's is tremendously another thing that we did and this was utilizing myself as we went into a firehouse firehouse right right in <hes> in new york city and i think we had about thirty five thirty five new york city firefighters and we wanted to show them what what happened with their weight their blood pressure and their lipid panel in just seven days right. I mean you've been getting those results over and over again right outside of that just keeps each replicating itself. You go plant based for a week during this whole plant based foods and you're seeing a drop in allie-allison you're dropping total cholesterol improved blood blood pressure dropping triglycerides. It's you know so if you didn't if the experience hasn't been done and it hasn't been tested you would think it's almost unbelievable to happen in such a short short period of time. It's amazing how your body has the ability to heal itself and much better when you're putting in the right fuel. So why did you in. Joseph and louis decide that doing this with a bunch of firefighters would be good for the film. I think it's a great group of rio brioni meet with you know like we talked about before and you know so firefighters athletes soldiers those types of people that traditional additional sort of male role models and so we thought it'd be a good group and you. You are <hes> going out to that talking. Put him on that trial a great thing to film and i think it it worked out really well yeah yeah well. I was honored to be part of it. Thank you for that

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India's central bank cuts lending rate to 5.75%

Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe

03:32 min | 1 year ago

India's central bank cuts lending rate to 5.75%

"Let's now talk a bit more in depth about the Reserve Bank of India and its cuts to its key policy rates, cutting interest rates to five and three quarters percent from six percent. The ambiance also cut its GDP full cost this morning. Low at boring costs and also signals more easing by changing stones to accommodate for. Mutual. Let's move out the decision and go live to Mumbai this morning with Bloomberg's the whole sativa is standing by great to speak to you of a whole. Now, I'm following some over what is going on, on the on t live blog, of course about this morning. What does the Vate decision mean for the country's slowing economy? I guess offers to your right. Central Bank has cut interest rate by twenty five basis points century. And it's time to accommodate from neutral and decision, doesn't come as a surprise, because about every forty Soviet by Bloomberg had expected rate cut would this means is that this is likely to boost India's, which is the lowest, which has slowed to the lowest in five years. Stunts also indicates that the central Bank is seeing the need for ongoing spot to keep the economy from slowing photo. Okay signs. Yes. Yes. So I was going to see then also the policy decision means for shadow banking in India, which has been in some difficulty. West thing by the day in facts. Dot. Often infrastructure financial group defaulted investor confidence has been shaken again this week by signed said the crisis spreading among shadow banks today. Divine housing finance another shot of Bank. Wisconsin default rating, the when the street cut is likely to reduce funding costs for shadow banks in India that the problem is funding still remain limited to operating nonbank finance companies investors. We keep an eye in during the commentary today. If there's any sign that central Bank is going to give any lifeline to the to the shadow banks. Okay. So that's something to watch out for that. What about the central bank's policy decision when it comes to sort of looking ahead, full full the Indian economy? Yes, as I said, only on a crisis on everyone's to keeping to watch out for today beyond that I think the policy now behind us. What, what is the focus is the prime minister Modi's Goldman budget next month so that the keeping to watch out for later. Okay. So the budget coming up, and of course, on a Buddha theme. We've been watching oil this morning WTI entering a market yesterday by bounced back this morning. But it's absolutely K isn't it for the Indian economy, global oil prices and the impact? In india. I'm Jessica oil is definitely one key in in even today's policy decision while the food costs have risen recently because of the oil prices. The overall inpatients seems to be low, and this is one of the key things to look out for. And if the if remain slow it's likely that's interbank will have more room to cut rates going forward. Okay. This, of course, as we also watching bond yields an NGO fool and Evan basis points to six nine one percent, say, VI, cutting its key policy to five point seven five percents. I twenty five basis

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"vate" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:27 min | 1 year ago

"vate" Discussed on 710 WOR

"And so that actually led to the banks and another round of debt or underwriting and Trump came back. So he was the original 'too-big-to-fail now that phrase holds negative connotations today in terms of bailout banks, Trump was not bailed out by the government. Trump was unveiled by like banks in two thousand eight were Trump had arranged his finances with the banks of. Vate couldn't close him out without closing himself down. And there was a lot of criticism of Trump for that by back. Then I remember a lot of people see thing, but they were jealous that he had been able to pull that off. And tie his fortunes, so exclusively to the people who had lent him money. Now, he had borrowed a lot. And he borrowed a lot on the strength of his good name. Any borrowed a lot on his personality. And in fact, that he was building and presiding over and ever-growing real estate empire. And so it didn't take any chicanery for the banks to lend him a lot of money. They thought it was a wise business decision. And then here came the real estate crash at some things happened in ninety five and they were so extended to Trump they couldn't foreclose on him. Now back then too big defile was a huge compliment. And the New York Times wrote that big story praising Trump's business acumen the same bunch. Well, if totally different bunch of people now, but the same paper today writing what a buffoon is what idiot what a cheapskate one of any business tightening wasn't lost all that money, and he didn't pay any tax. And now, they're even recycling that. I would I would say folks they've they've run out of material if they're having to recycle all of this. They can't let go of the mullahs report. They can't let go and Trump colluding with Russia, even though it has been shown conclusively didn't happen. This is this. This is the slow descent. To insanity. The all too many has have have seen in real life with friends and family. We're watching it happen now to a political party. I gotta take a break. We'll come back and continue your phone calls.

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"vate" Discussed on The Jump

The Jump

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"vate" Discussed on The Jump

"What was it like to be inside the locker room with the two you guys? With with these guys. You play. One game Atlanta, stack, it was awesome. Because as their team dis. I learnt things from pip. I learned to be more patient out there on the floor with myself and others. Don't think I've ever heard you use the word patient. But I mean, it's. Core people really didn't know that he wasn't wild like now from four games to two. Four guys. He took it just because I didn't want him to get a tip on that court. Absolutely. It was that perseverance, you know, neither one I'm going to give up. No matter what the score is. And that was a good thing about playing with Jack William being a little bit younger me. And we were in Atlanta. Man, we were rubbing our hands together. Like are. We about to do we knew that. And we said this wanna begin. Okay. It's impossible for Atlanta make the playoffs. But at least we get mess it up for everybody. Did end up working out for you that? But but it was fun to see you guys. Even for a little brief moment. Coming up. We're gonna talk about Russell Westbrook. Droppin expletive. We call it on television about how little he cares about criticisms of his game. Is that the right attitude to have but first distant replay Austar style for you guys when it was here in Charlotte. Take a look. Probably deep Brown are going to be the guys to advance. If they just anything here. Oh. Oh. Create fifty. Great now. Kenny like. Champion had forty five point five this this Shirley there other feet. The great job Vate is brought to you by make Donald's McDonald's classics now with bacon for a limited time only..

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"vate" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

06:00 min | 2 years ago

"vate" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Already jeweled or Vate using the device, which you may not know, however is how jewels. High five percent nicotine pods have caused a so called nicotine arms race across the vaping industry who an arms race. Yeah. It's very interesting. Very very interesting because the whole point is supposed to be less addictive less nicotine. All of these things are supposed to happen. But. Hold on a second here when drew came on the market three and a half years ago, the vapor market was mostly one and two percent nicotine. It's now six seven percents nicotine this trainy jewel cartridge delivers to a person's body the same amount of nicotine as this entire box of camels a twenty cigarettes. Whoa. Whoa. There. It's incrementally going up because you need. To win right? You need to win jewels. Like, oh, yeah. If we could say we can help people. That's great. But we gotta get them addicted. So we can help them. And that's where this comes in. And a lot of people think it's just better. Right. They and we don't know the results of these things for years. I remember I always go back to fin fin. I think that's what it's called her fen fan. Can help you lose weight, and she can be great and everybody started taking it. Then all of a sudden, I think people's kidneys started failing. And it was also this is one of those things where you know to get a little bit more to get a little bit more of addiction. You got up. You gotta amp just smidge Stanford. Professor, doctor Robert Jacqueline makes his case in a study when you came out with very high nicotine electronic cigarettes, it triggered a nicotine arms race amongst competitive companies seeking to emulate the success of jewel while federal law prohibit selling these products to minors Jacqueline worries that vaping companies like jewel are using new technology a pack more nicotine into their products. There's no regulation of the amount of nicotine electric cigarettes. That's scary. And. I remember the teens and kids are getting these things. Absolutely. They're getting these things, and you know, that, and I know that and and I can't look here's the problem companies. Markets but not market at them. Meaning they want new customers, they know they can't directly market that then, but they still somewhat market at them. Because they need to reload. And kids know they're not supposed to do it yet. They still go out and do it. Because for whatever reason they think it looks cool and hip now and saying all of that smoking is down tremendously over the last several decades. That's huge. That's a big big thing. Doesn't mean people aren't looking for something that they might think could be cool could be this could be that. And this is that thing they're heading to only to find out that turns around and bites them in the butt three two three five three eight twenty four twenty three at Chadbensonshow is your Twitter. You can tweet at us. And I've seen. My. My aunt she she does jewel. I think that's what it is. She does jewel, and I just I and she gave up smoking for a long time. And and I don't you know, it's this little thing and then the east cigarettes. I just I don't get into it. I don't understand. I've never had a smoke in my life never had a drink in my life. It never wanted to do any of those things. But a lot of people to do them. And they just think that somehow it's it's the magic elixir of. Well, I this'll help me quit smoking. And then when you hear the fact that slowly, but surely they're ramping it up. It's not helping you do anything. That's adding to what's going on. But you don't get that. Because they want you. To like their product. They want you to use their product three two three five three eight twenty four twenty three at Chadbensonshow is your Twitter. Somebody just text in and said, you know, they've found anything on Trump in two years these investigations and what about the bushes? The Obamas the Clintons. They've investigated them to remember Benghazi was on for a long time. Still think there's some some some investigations going on out there. Same thing with trying to find the emails and stuff like that. It's not like they they don't. But you see how this can become a nightmare going forward. And it doesn't mean we don't investigate. Thanks 'cause you absolutely must. But when you turn these investigations, right? When you turn these these these situations into political retribution where we're coming at you at all cost. That's the the fear of what's going to happen is that every president from here on out is gonna face. They're gonna dig into every single thing. They can find out about a person to the point of we're going to go back to when you were toddler. Did you utter something between Google and Gaga? Because if you look hard enough, right, and you squint your eyes and you look at the sun. And you twist your head a little bit, you might find something, and you might read into something. And that's all you need to do nowadays. Three two three five three eight twenty four twenty three. At Chad Benson show is your. Twitter. Guys countdown countdown count down is on what do we a week away from Valentine's Day? Now. Some of you may have done the right thing..

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"vate" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

Talk 650 KSTE

05:59 min | 2 years ago

"vate" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

"Students have already jeweled or Vate using the device. What you may not know. However is how jewels. High five percent nicotine pods have caused a so called nicotine arms race across the vaping industry who arms race. Yeah. It's very interesting. Very very interesting because the whole point is supposed to be less addictive less nicotine. All of these things are supposed to happen. But. Hold on a second here when drew came on the market three and a half years ago, the vapor market was mostly one and two percent nicotine. It's now six seven percent nicotine. The this tiny jewel cartridge delivers to a person's body. The same amount of nicotine as this entire box of camels a twenty cigarettes low. Whoa. There. It's incrementally going up because you need. To win right? You need to win jewels. Like, oh, yeah. If we could say we can help people. That's great. But we gotta get them addicted. So we can help them. And that's where this comes in. And a lot of people. That's what they think. It's just better. Right. And we don't know the results of these things for years. I remember I always go back to fin fin. I think that's what it's called her fen fan. I can help you lose weight. And it's gonna be great. And then everybody started taking, and then all of a sudden, I think people's kidney started failing. And it was like, wow. Oh, this is one of those things where you know to get a little bit more to get a little bit more of addiction. You gotta up. You gotta amp just smidge Stanford. Professor, doctor Robert Jacqueline makes his case. In a study when drew came out with very high nicotine electronic cigarettes at triggered a nicotine arms race amongst competitive companies seeking to emulate the success of jewel while federal law prohibit selling these products to minors Jacqueline worries that vaping companies like jewel are using new technology, a pack more nicotine into their products. There's no regulation at the amount of nicotine and electric cigarettes. That's scary. And. Remember the teens and kids are getting these things. Absolutely. They're getting these things, and you know, that and I know that. And and I can't look here's the problem. Companies. Markets but not market at them. Meaning they want new customers, they know they can't directly market that them, but they still somewhat market at them. Because they need to reload. And kids know they're not supposed to do it yet. They still go out and do it. Because for whatever reason they think it looks cool and hip now and saying all of that smoking is down tremendously over the last several decades. That's huge. That's a big big thick. Doesn't mean people aren't looking for something that they might think could be cool could be this could be that. And this is that thing they're heading to only to find out that turns around and bites them in the butt three two three five three eight twenty four twenty three at Chadbensonshow is your Twitter. You can tweet at us. I've seen. My. My aunt she she does jewel. I think that's what it is. She does jewel, and I just I and she gave up smoking for a long time. And they I don't you know, it's this little thing. And then the e cigarettes, I just I don't get into it. I don't understand never had a smoke in my life never had a drink in my life. But never wanted to do any of those things. But a lot of people to do them. And they just think that somehow it's this. It's the magic elixir of well, this'll help me quit smoking. And then when you hear the fact that slowly, but surely they're ramping it up not helping you do anything. That's adding to what's going on. But you don't get that. Because they want you. To like their product. They want you to use their product three two three five three eight twenty four twenty three at Chadbensonshow is your Twitter. So, but he just text in and said, you know, they've found anything on Trump in two years these investigations and what about the bushes? The Obamas the Clintons. They've investigated them to remember Benghazi was on for a long time. Still think there's some some some investigations going on out there. Same thing with trying to find the emails and stuff like that. It's not like they they don't. But you see how this can become a nightmare going forward. And it doesn't mean we don't investigate. Thanks 'cause you absolutely must. But when you turn these investigations, right? When you turn these these these situations into political retribution where we're coming at you at all cost. That's the the fear of what's going to happen. Is it every president from here on out is going to face? They're gonna dig into every single thing. They can find out about a person to the point of we're going to go back to when you were a toddler. Did you utter something between goo goo Gaga? Because if you look hard enough, right, and you squint your eyes, and you look at the sign, and you twist your head a little bit, you might find something, and you might read into something. And that's all you need to do nowadays. Three two three five three eight twenty four twenty three. At Chad Benson show is your. Twitter. Guys countdown countdown count down is on what are we a week away from Valentine's Day now..

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"vate" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

05:18 min | 2 years ago

"vate" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Seen thus far? It doesn't look too good. No. It doesn't look too good. I think this is the middle of the road team. I think they're gonna finished right about where they were predicted preseason. Does anybody disagree with that in this room? Right. I mean, and if that happens, how can you make the case for him to come back next year, especially as other candidate it looks like now too. Well, I what happened. Oh, that's right. He he left the court history Disney. He tweaked his niece. Let's that's Joosten tomboy and checked into if Tom ways not in there. I'm going to say San Jose State might be able to keep the clothes for at least the first half. I'll say that. I Don I still think wins because that San Jose state's arguably the worst team in the country not to say that UNLV's atop one hundred team because they're not by the way, where is UNLV ranked Dino that off top off top top two hundred. I think they're in the mid one somewhere other right there were like New Mexico. Right. Yeah. That that's probably that. Probably sounds about right. Right. Mexico's never sniffed the national title before. Now that that that is going to break now for people that don't quite understand when you think of programs getting kids and whatnot Vate UNLV mountain west. It's a really good program to recruit to it's a really good program to coach to you have a lot of different advantages and pretty much most schools that are not big twelve schools. Right. You're gonna major city you you're close to every other cities. You can get to wherever you gotta go. It is various you. You're a Nike school you have different advantages and to see this program underachieve. It's kind of frightening because I've have coaches tell me like, hey, if I got this job, this is what I would do this. How would go? And this is from pro guys, this is from college guys for a you people is seems like something has been missed. I don't know exactly what has been missed, but something's being missing. Because on people have explained to me. How is this job can be if they got over three and a certain way is just doesn't make sense. What are the mistakes that? You think Marvin Menzies is? To this point in his two and a half years. The the biggest mistakes he's made in my opinion is the kind of kids is recruited outside of McCoy and juiston. He's looking for guys are going to say four years. Yes. Those are good to have. But you gotta have your guys I gonna leave early to you just can't recruit the same guys got in Mexico state. You gotta have some guys that could play. You gotta have some you. You gotta have some guys that are different speakers the game verse and eagles state. You saw the difference maker. They had you saw the guy. He had. We don't have it here. There's no one on like, okay? That guy's going to be the first there's none of that anymore. When you watch the way they play their style. What do you think he's doing wrong? There's no flow on offense. When you watch them there. I can't tell you what they run on offense. I can tell his dribble drive. I can't tell you. Okay. They play at timeouts. There's none of that. And there's no flow. Now, they're hitting threes. Illegitimate mentioned earlier. Hey, you got something going or they getting turnovers but in half court, set, good luck. What about you J D where where do you think Menzies is going wrong? And by the way, I agree with that assessment. I've only been for a year and a half. So I don't have a ton of experience. But he hasn't seen the type of basketball, they play it just it. It's not so much the way they play. Obviously, there's not any rhythm to their offense. But I just don't like the excuses any makes and the fact that he doesn't he never gets mad. It just seems to me like he's out there to make a paycheck. Do you agree with that Jameson? Paycheck. I think he has not adjusted from Mexico state to UNLV again for those that are out there. They don't quite understand the ba- the college basketball life. You be is a Saturday major job. It's a it's a big name the resources are different because the school situation, but it's a big name that can work very well as we've seen in the past New Mexico state is a very very it's a mid major job its definition, mid major job small city limited resources, you gotta get a bunch of transfers international guys whatnot. He's tried to the same thing here. Here's a need to UNLV. You can get caught you can get four and five star kids at UNLV if you recruit them, right way. You can't do it's been pre we've seen that with last regime. We've seen that he's got about a totally different way that I don't agree with because it's one thing to recruit those guys don't come. But to not even recruit those guys and saying you'd prefer for your guy. I have an issue with that. I do too. All right. I ask you get both of you guys. This question a few weeks ago? I'm going to ask it again. Now. The odds that what are the chances that you guys think I'll start with you Jameson that Menzies is the UNLV head basketball coach into your four. I think we're at thirty three percent in declining. So you think less than a third of Thirdly, technically? Yes. Okay. Fair. That's a little lower than. The client because here's the thing. There's other candidates out there. They're looking at this like, okay. Like if this comes available. I can there's a candidate that don't need a lot of money at first their second contract. They might need to get paid for that first contract. They might want to get here. Giving starting to get things rolling fair enough. And that's a little lower than when I asked you a few weeks ago. And I think rightfully so JD, what are you say? Or is that ten percent? Or is that twenty percent, you're you're really love your your lower the Jameson. I know that that was definitely the Jameson. I think it's closer to fifteen percent right now. I don't feel good about. I don't think it'd be the coach next year. Now, you can say that the injuries were a big part of that. You could also make the argument that juiston out their their offense was worse. It was a little bit. But I had a debate with someone on Twitter about this. And I think.

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"vate" Discussed on The Essential Oil Revolution

The Essential Oil Revolution

03:28 min | 2 years ago

"vate" Discussed on The Essential Oil Revolution

"I'm wanting to learn a little more of how can someone like me who doesn't really know anything about our fate of? But I'm I'm loving this. I'm digging it. I'm like smelling what you're stepping in it. I like it. I wanna know. How can I take this these categories and start to identify what essential oils? How those essential oils would fall into those different categories. Is there like a resource to go to or is it more just understanding the difference between those energies and just experimenting and feeling in? Look, I would see that the Moldavian the stent from Iowa Wittig perspective, the more I understand my buddy type on my though Shas the easier. It is to really then follow it. It becomes vide- logical. If I've got too much fire than the foods. I've owned are the cooling kind of foods, especially if it's summertime if it is midday really should not have some hot curry because it will bring too much heat. And that heat may lead to aggression that hit may lead to anger. Irritation. Resentment frustration kind of failings as well, what are some maybe like medical conditions or illnesses that you would maybe relate to that fire pit too much imbalance in that area. As I'd mentioned fired. What are the five conditions? It could be skin rashes. It could be acidity. It could be reflects. So those are things that people will connect with fire and in mental emotional, the anger. The resentment the frustrations they could be coming from the heart gutty been eating all summer days. Right that curry making angry. The staff at that going to the Indian buffet guys, especially summer thing. But yeah. But once you under the San and you do like hot curries, and if you understand that you will go too much fire, then you can have them in vintage time mole or in the evening rather than midday. Maybe put on some peppermint beforehand, and you know, balance it out a little and Indian buffets. Maybe they've it'd be plenty of coriander there as well. In the meantime, and coriander, remind me which category would that fall under Kodiak yoda's cooling cooling. Okay. Yeah. That's an oil. I don't use as much. I would like to use it more. It's also known as Melissa correct? I think Melissa is likely different from my understanding what could hinder is. Slightly different. But I think both of them are cooling. Oh, it's parsley. I'm confusing coriander is also coriander. It's the seed that comes from the parsley plant. That's that's where I'm confusing things. Yeah. Very interesting. What I love these examples give me a few examples of the coffee, the water kind of earth energy, and how that would manifest more as as emotional or physical illness. Okay. Okay. Now kaffa is made up of water. And so what are the qualities of water and earth? Let's look at them. It will be typically the body or the person may have oily skin, oily hair, bigger, bones because earth gives Vate so they're heavy and that is a coldness that comes with all of that as well and slowness that comes with that..

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"vate" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

05:05 min | 2 years ago

"vate" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Radio station. Why don't use needs tweet it out? Ross had not seen the the Vate shop guy. Go bonkers on the guy wearing the Trump had. Now, I will point out that the during the Trump had Trump shirt. Well, he did go in there to buy a V8. juice. Once the clerk went bonkers over just being presented with the clothing options. Inserted screaming at him like a like, a madman. The the dude filming is definitely he's definitely poking the bear. So to speak. And if you haven't seen it you have a now ex vape shop employee who was so triggered by the Trump paraphernalia. This guy was wearing he just he starts screaming at in. These are racists, they start screaming stuff. I can't even understand calls. The owner and says you won't serve the guy. He then physically assaults the customer who then. And this is this kind of brilliant customer says tell you what sell me my stuff because he's air for his wife. Suddenly what I want, and I won't press charges in there. How quickly would you say that clerk folded? Oh, no backbone at all. So he starts doing it, a still incensed, and then the guy guy the customer, add something along the lines of do my bidding capitalism Clinton's again, and then that guy then the guy freaks out again. And so the video obviously went viral the. In standard fashion. You had people that decided they were going to go, and they were going to sabotage the yelp and Facebook ratings of this particular vape shop who then immediately fired the clerk and the guy who made the video actually went on and said, look I liked his name. Shopper is fine. They fired this job. Don't don't hate on the on on this particular place of business. So I don't I don't know much. But that was one of just one of a couple of videos that went viral the other one if you didn't see this is. Pretty unremarkable in what it starts out. As basically somebody went into a game. Stop was attempting to sell a return something and was offered a pittance for what they versus what they thought they were going to get and only in the form of store credit, which is a Taylor's oldest time over game. Stop right. Oh, no. I've seen that several times. Right and people get upset, and I understand I understand why you bring in your game. And you're like I'd like cash, and they're like, well, we can give you credit, and that's usually how it goes down. And they're already screwing you on how much credit you get. Haunt stars. Who gives you like five bucks for everything every calls in an expert. Yeah. Make you deal five bucks. This like forty games. What can you give me? We'll give you five dollars in store credit. Well, at least at least game stop. It's not rigged in advance. Right. So why please those are actors so anyway, so what do you have here? You have a little bit of a twist because once you're angry about it. Then you have to go in one direction or another and sometimes people will deflect what they're really angry about and channel it into something else. And in a game. Stop in Albuquerque, New Mexico. This happened overnight. Excuse me, ma'am. So they're going to channel it into being offended by miss 'gendering. I will only say this. Ma'am. We say that again. Ma'am. May. And if you're a clerk making minimum wage who've done wanna be there anyway. And you're about to have the twelfth fight over this that your you probably had that day during the holiday season in your only half paying attention. And you're just you're hearing the voice and you're looking at the face. It's understandable. Where an attempt to be polite. You may use a pronoun that. This particular customer finds offensive. And now you have another code another woman who's there with their child. Who is just say, hey, could you not, you know, violently swear in the presence of my child, and it's on he likes me. Cheating. Business. Both of you, sir. You.

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"vate" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"vate" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"We have PetO seven to play in the second half say through the three point lead over Oakland. Fifty five fifty two. Now the difference in this game. Joe is the second half shooting. The three point shooting. Oakland is is four for seven this half Xavier's for one. Occas Vate six field goals savers may five so Joe Xavier's tanning to to Oakland counting by three. Simple. Azad Xavier's got to find a way to make some shots against the zone. And he also have to do a better job defending the three now Xavier's got some foul. Trouble. To deal with with their bigs Jones and hankins those two guys happen to be the most effective players offensively. Preserve your. So you've got kind of like a, you know, you a quandary here. Your best players are in trouble. And your other guys are not stepping up authencity like like they need to be Xavier points in the paint lead. Oakland thirty two to fourteen in for the ballgame. Oakland league Xavier from three point range and scoring thirty points to just nine for the musketeers ten made three pointers to just three for the musketeers. And the thing about that is the guys that were sworn into the paint for the Muskateers insincere has drop. So we'll see how they replaced defensively. They're designing it looks like tyreek Jones since got three thousand. Hey, going to be on the phone Bill on the floor right now hankins. I think is probably the most effective musketeer on the floor. He's got four fouls on the bench. It's like a one three one zone. This time. I got Ryan well agenda game. He's in there to make threes for Xavier Marshall with it feeds low post back Sacco line to Paul Scruggs back down to Jones abounds past. It's up for grabs. Jones comes up with rises.

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"vate" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

04:13 min | 2 years ago

"vate" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Only natural predator on the lung dust on is run along. Huge result for space that I being intimate land by one goal to now which very much came out hopes alive of qualifying for the knockout stages that final game the camp now against Barcelona maybe not as daunting as it could be considering are through top of the table. Spurs after match bats Inter's result against pay as Vate, and they will go through to the next ramp before we discussed whether or not the voice thing. They can do it. Let's talk about what you're seeing is teams that actually loves nice in the Champions League, doesn't they they always seems to get this time. Did you get it? Right. The problem is you it's very difficult to argue that it didn't get it. Right. Because they want again because the result is the only thing that matters. But but really and again that you must win you do not play Ericsson, and you don't plead diet. I mean, CDs, I don't get this. Tried to do the same thing in the folks leg away and go your fingers bombed, and then is a way way I think so I think he's very open to Chris as with it team. They stopped hearsay Dyer and heiress and I'm thinking, son. Yeah. Yeah. He was a man's weekend against Chelsea just up pace running in behind the movement. And I was astonished Erickson as well, he didn't stop. It's all around the web show bridge. Now, it's a change in changing scenario for me. I didn't think they could go into no, come And and. when. I've been washed away to play it recently. I'm gonna change mind, particularly because pasta as you've told me before of already qualified. The so-called commend near eastern. Great job. Yeah. Employees as that. He's getting that you know of a fair play. And Nick the way they played against share. And it's possible that can win if they have an average night by their starting does they won't win. I have got Johns. I really do. About decided. But I I again, I don't get this change in the changing a team is optimised. You know does. I'm not really sure why give them the what I thought was their best performance by a country mile over the weekend against show. See all right. Some of the changes where we're enforced because of injuries, but you pick up a team sheet. And I don't think so because it was good to D. But I don't think so 'cause been that good at all you see a team. Wings. Since this is desperately inconsistent. Good. Today. But if you make a change of players perform the weekend, you you keeps us so cool and votes as you say, I don't get it in my opinion. I think port St. you got a little bit lucky because into the time didn't offer an an awful lot. Maybe they could offer the excuse of the poor pitch. And they couldn't find a rhythm whichever way. A better a better into performance would've would've won. They kept some credit out here. We're sitting here on talk much day. Okay. It's possible. No way. But they've given themselves a John's after after, you know, pushed out to this company. I'm gonna say here pecking, the whole Milan wasn't L and dominate and the game because he changed. I agree with the changes. I changes come back to bite today. Move on bought saloon again, then because the. The guys like stay. Pull them. But a team that's won the game. Okay. So they're boughten thing is what's he going to do about? Luna. I mean, yes that would fantastic against Chelsea. Yes. It is after this game. Idaho guide cold matchy, and we don't actually know whether put your Tino plays best team. So that's the way we always best team..

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"vate" Discussed on The Keto Answers Podcast

The Keto Answers Podcast

04:26 min | 2 years ago

"vate" Discussed on The Keto Answers Podcast

"Dial a lot in the beginning because there's so many benefits especially now that are coming with research. But when I get people in. Two five six years ago. It was that simple. Why wouldn't everybody be doing that? Why my doctor recommended that? And like, how do you get over that hurdle? Yeah. That's a really really interesting question. So like why? Now, why why does it why does it seem like there's sort of a surgeon surround a resurgence? I'm certified resurgence just the awareness of light therapy is is sort of been sort of seems like it's it's all over the place now, right at least within our circles. Great great question. I think it's kind of a combination of of maybe two things one thing is that. I'm not sure why. There's some companies in the space that have been around for a long time much much longer than we have by by a long shot. But I don't know. I don't know why they've never really, you know. Approached maybe the market like we have. So light therapy is definitely been around, wile. I would say LED based therapy is so a little bit more new most of the most of the clinical research run LED therapy versus lasers has kind of come to the forefront. Maybe in the late nineties to early early two thousands. But, but yes, I would say I guess to answer your question come full circle in that question is. This. I is there if if someone is willing to do some diligence, and I would like to think that we we've done a halfway decent job of making education. Kind of our one of our primary goals as a company is really trying to raise awareness around. The science of light therapy in the clinically proven benefits and trying to try to do our best to lower lower that lower that skepticism hurdle so to speak for most people. So I think it's probably kind of a kind of a to a two prong sort of answer if you will. But you know, one of the things that that's interesting, though, is like when I was shrunk. I should say when I was at comedian this was before Medtronic acquired comedian, but Ardian was a company that had one of the first companies to introduce renal Univation, which it's a an ablation technique to Diener Diener Vate, renal renal arteries, and there is evidence for that type of therapy had been around since like the early early to mid twentieth, century and. No company had really done much with with with the evidence. And there was a couple really really entrepreneurial midtech is that like did some did some deep some some clinical data and said, hey, there's something here build some prototypes. And so not too dissimilar to other kind of health tech midtech stories just if someone's willing to if someone's willing to do a little diligence in science is actually there to support sort of hypothesis if you if you think things, right. You know, I think I think the fruit will bear some fruit in. So what what was the first? Why was this even studies in the first place? How did that become a thing that people like, oh, yeah. There's some light year. And I figured that it might have some impact on health. So I'm gonna do study about it. What was the background that figure out that this is even beneficial thing to do? Yeah. Well, like, the concept of using light to heal something or to treat something has been around for for quite some time for for centuries the Europeans. There's a lot of actually. Research dating back to especially eastern Europe a lot there's a lot a fair amount of of legacy sort of data that the Soviets have have have published with respect to light therapy. But but it's still in dating back to even fifty sixty years ago. Oftentimes, the concept of he'll therapy or this kind of light is referred to heal therapy in Iran nuclear in early twentieth century, a lot of hospitals actually used to heal patients out into the sun to as a form of therapy as a form of healing. And so the kind of the this is this kind of concept of using light to treat something or he'll something has been around for quite some time, but dating kind of the mid twentieth. Centuries in the mid nineteen fifties kind of the late twentieth century, most of the clinical research was focused on the use of lasers to..

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NASCAR Cup Series - Playoff dramatics a bust at Kansas Speedway

Raceline Radio

00:34 sec | 2 years ago

NASCAR Cup Series - Playoff dramatics a bust at Kansas Speedway

"Let's do NASCAR Cup, playoff number three, third and final in the round of twelve at Kansas City, Kansas Kevin Harvick at this thing. One you gotta think dominating the day, but was slapped for speeding in the pits, dropping him down in the order opening up a door for chase Elliott to win his third of the season. Second of the playoff, Kyle, Busch, second, Kyle, Larson third at the Chequers the bottom for implants. Now eliminated from championship. Attention, former champion Kessler sqi along with Blaney Larsen and Bowman advancing to the round Vate Harvick Lugano, Kyle and Kurt Busch, the brothers true x. Boyer l.

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"vate" Discussed on The Tech Blog Writer Podcast - Inspired Tech Startup Stories

The Tech Blog Writer Podcast - Inspired Tech Startup Stories

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"vate" Discussed on The Tech Blog Writer Podcast - Inspired Tech Startup Stories

"Because for a long time he asked about like the employer is held all the cards, you should feel grateful for having that job. When that dreaded yearly appraisal comes around and you could be feeling a on wanted useless or even taken for granted. But, hey, you all look to have that job. So book your ears up. But times have changed since then more and more people are questioning why they should be making money for somebody else. And they also want greater flexibility within their own work-life. The tables have been turned and employers are looking to half their employees that wanted to stick around not the other way around. So when I come. A recent study from west Monroe partners that showed that despite the taunting labour market that should be making company sweat about how to convince the skilled workers to stay on board. Most of those Vate ranked employee engagement towards the bottom when asked about their companies top ten priorities, and it didn't even make the cook for ten percent of the respondents which is quite alarming. So what's it gonna take for companies to realize it. They can't take their top talent for granted or indeed any of their employees because in a competitive labor market like this, the employee experience is arguably the new customer experience these time for companies to figure that one out. I think he's a great story. So book h-a-l-o and hold on tight. As I beam your is all the way to San Francisco. So we can speak with Paul Hagen from west Monroe partners who's going to tell us more about this report and what it means for both businesses and their employees. So massive. Well, welcome to the show case the listeners a little about who you are and what you do. Yes..

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"vate" Discussed on The Tech Blog Writer Podcast - Inspired Tech Startup Stories

The Tech Blog Writer Podcast - Inspired Tech Startup Stories

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"vate" Discussed on The Tech Blog Writer Podcast - Inspired Tech Startup Stories

"Because for a long time he asked about like the employer is held all the cards, you should feel grateful for having that job. When that dreaded yearly appraisal comes around and you could be feeling a on wanted useless or even taken for granted. But, hey, you all look to have that job. So book your ears up. But times have changed since then more and more people are questioning why they should be making money for somebody else. And they also want greater flexibility within their own work-life. The tables have been turned and employers are looking to half their employees that wanted to stick around not the other way around. So when I come. A recent study from west Monroe partners that showed that despite the taunting labour market that should be making company sweat about how to convince the skilled workers to stay on board. Most of those Vate ranked employee engagement towards the bottom when asked about their companies top ten priorities, and it didn't even make the cook for ten percent of the respondents which is quite alarming. So what's it gonna take for companies to realize it. They can't take their top talent for granted or indeed any of their employees because in a competitive labor market like this, the employee experience is arguably the new customer experience these time for companies to figure that one out. I think he's a great story. So book h-a-l-o and hold on tight. As I beam your is all the way to San Francisco. So we can speak with Paul Hagen from west Monroe partners who's going to tell us more about this report and what it means for both businesses and their employees. So massive. Well, welcome to the show case the listeners a little about who you are and what you do. Yes..

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"vate" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"vate" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"I think the only stunt switch on again, we've already alluded to hair is that Phil and I were were show passionate and so focused on making successive this. The I think we probably would have come across somebody else. The maybe we would have built relationships with, however, would have worked as well which which months leads to your previous question of unless there's not chemistry, it's probably going to be a Scholtz I'm elation ship, and we've gotten to know people who might have a specific of expertise or will have a relationship with a particular stockists whom you work with an on. You gets on well on, they help introduce you to those guys and then the relationship not truly fizzle. So I think it's probably true to say. Well, we wouldn't be the same business would be of here as quickly though it's not a fair question, would we have sent me wasted money in areas, the would would have been very avoidable without having the steady had to say hung on. So maybe really about this about, so very fair point as well. So I, I think the question kind of goes the other way in the us Jonathan said, it's very voluble for him to have a number of businesses at similar stages in slightly different sectors that he can lend form equally. We've called Vate board of directors, all of whom how very different experience Thompson who founded you look famous in traditional bricks and mortar Vitale on Messina, who was involved with the the net Saporta Mr. politics from day one clearly former focused on the digital online Saade vol, but senior who see I sawn chainsaw not much creative. How do you engage with customers and on is absorbing all about knowledge? Some of it will be very relevant. Wasn't this stage in many ways. The hardest thing is an entrepreneur is having the self confidence to say, okay, I recognize that you'll two years more experience than they have achieved a lot more than me ball. I believe that the advice giving me is not quite light and and I'm going to stick to my own course of action. And I'm not to be quite a daunting thing to take on. If you do really believe in what you're doing, actually take on the best of f ING on clearly your own focus into as well. And that was Tom bin co-founder of active wear brand Castell and his mental Jonathan hell burn speaking to Monaco's not allegation, and you can hear the full episode later today on the entrepeneurship nine thousand nine hundred London time. Now the Vuelta.

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"vate" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"vate" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

"Vate its leader to maximum standing on the world stage and they achieved that by standing next to the president of the United States. This has been the work of decades and Kim Jong Wu knows that his nuclear weapons guarantee him insurance from invasion by the United States is so Donald Trump played all of his cards, pushed all the chips in in the middle of the table, and he's left with the pair of twos what he proved himself to be was inexperienced naive and ignorant and a full on the world stage. And of course, that was noticed by every other adversary of this country's Steve really quick. I want to ask you if you're surprised that not a single national politically appointed national security official has resigned. What you just described is obvious to everyone in this country and around the world in the American president. I'm shocked by that. There are so few men and women of principle that there aren't more Sally Yates is out there that there aren't more people who say enough, particularly when we see a president of the United States going behind closed doors with ladder Putin, agreeing to who knows what saying, who knows what making, who knows, what guarantees to Putin, what promises to Putin, what promises to turn another. I of Putin acts in the Baltics or anywhere else on the globe. He insults the Canadian Prime Minister. He attacks the British Prime minister. He insulted attacks the chancellor of Germany. He questions in an assaulting degrades NATO, he questions the need for the European Union. He is an agent defacto of Russia's foreign policy. The foreign policies. He's advocating debiasi partisan consensus that existed pre Trump between Republican. And Democrats would have recognized as foreign policy is clearly in the middle lane of the Kremlin's strategic interests and to see it being advanced by an American president is as disturbing as it is shocking..

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"vate" Discussed on The Art of Charm

The Art of Charm

04:03 min | 2 years ago

"vate" Discussed on The Art of Charm

"So the big question around pitch anything is how do you when you need something and you want something and you want to sell what it is you have do dealmaking in a way that says, I don't need you. And if you don't behave in the way that's acceptable to me, you don't do the things that I like a walk away, and those are the, you know, the those are the twin forces that are fighting in every deal. You can't acne. You can't seem like you needed. You can't sell. You can't be pitchy, but on the same time you need close deals in. That's would pitch anything really is about is how to manage those twin forces that can pull you apart or one of the things you mentioned. In the book is the that money is everywhere, and it can be found anywhere and what's difficult for somebody who maybe starting out is building a frame in which an cultivating abundance from scarcity which takes time. And even you were mentioning and one of the later stories of the book where you had left, you were down to about one thousand bucks in your account and which was causing you to project some eating that you hadn't seen in whether it was coming back because of the situation. And it's a obviously it's important to to not only call debate that the lean into it. What for young guys starting out to be able to to call to Vate that abundance. What do you recommend? Yes. So first of all, I can name things so I think was a pretty common. I didn't invent it, but there's the prize frame range. So that's a name. So first of all, this sense of who's the most important person in a relationship. Creates the prize frame. One person is the prize, and one person is the supplicant. Right? So it's funny because I laugh at all this win win than these negotiation books and just read it in negotiation book. And I mean they're great for hostage standoff, right? Like, okay, I need to get these six people back and maybe I'll get four of them and you know, we had to pay quarter million dollars a person or whatever you know go, she -ation is for when there's real, there's something on the table. But when you're making a deal, the other party doesn't have to work. You're not doing a sure exchange. You're not negotiating. So the prize frame is not about win win. There is every deal cannot be. The economics aren't perfect. So there is a winner, and there is a loser even deals at appear to be, you know, fair and and meaningful. Right? And so in social relationships in deals, there's there's one person who is the most important. And one person who is the supplicant who's trying to get in the deal, and we're all wired to feel like the investor or the buyer is the prize that I'm trying to win. The crackerjack price comes from right on dig in this box and win the prize. I'm I want to perform a win the prize American idol, right? I sing for the judges, the investor we frame up in our mind as the person who will judge our performance and what it is we have against the other contestants in order to give us something right. And so I feel like we need to break that frame and and frame ourselves as the prize. I'm the person that the buyer is lucky to be spending time with. I'm deciding to buyer can get in my deal. I'm deciding whether to take the investor or not. So how do you organize it in your mind? Well, the way I feel about it and the way I organize the prize frame is that much. Money is a commodity and get anywhere. And so if all the buyer can give me as money and I can get money anywhere the opportunity is to buy my product to work with me to invest in my deal. I'm the thing that money needs deals and money needs products to buy..

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"vate" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"vate" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Of submitting claims to medicare medicaid and blue cross blue shield totally more than sixteen million dollars for reimbursement for the cost of office visits and other services that were never rendered or not medically necessary the doctor has been released pending further court hearings it's now illegal for minors in canton township debate officials say if you're under the age of eighteen you cannot have nicotine products on a public highway street deli parker other public property or in a place of business or amusement can't police officer patty estlink spoke about what sparked the approval of the new ordinance the increase popularity of vate products by miners in the unknown of what are in those substance the township determined it to be healthy and safety concern and passed the ordinance girly michigan state law does not have a minimum age to possess vapor products as it does with tobacco based products making sure kids succeed in school by helping them cope with childhood trauma that's the goal of the resilient schools project in the lincoln park public schools superintendent terry dangerfield says what happens in childhood matters and can lead to health and behavioral problems later in life no higher levels of cancer earlier death suicide increased levels of substance abuse those types of things but the most important part front understand it doesn't have to define us and by providing some resilience so we have the trauma informed we are informed of the impact the trauma can have but really by staying resilient focused in being able to teach our children to be able to overcome those that negative impact that trauma has had on all of us dangerfield says educators typically focus on test scores and grades but he says if a student's personal needs aren't met there's no way we can expect them to be successful in the classroom well the tigers part company with their pitching coach we'll have details.

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"vate" Discussed on The Sports Reporters

The Sports Reporters

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"vate" Discussed on The Sports Reporters

"Okay it was okay he was oak if you i'm mike i wouldn't have told you he would be a starter i would have thought he might have gone to an nfl team and backed up eventually gotten you know a nod somewhere when he was twenty seven or twenty eight and it's just no way there is no way based on his michigan he'd be the first one to tell you this he he improved once he got to the pros and that is that's not easy to do now we all know tom brady now in his workout routines and you can kind of observe that he is a fiend when it comes to selfimprovement and a lot of people think that's just so that he can stay in the game and keep playing through his forties but what you also have to realize he took that same approach when he got into the nfl he was doing all kinds of extra try to get better at that he realized he was a six round pick and realize it was going to be a backup somewhere so you know he made himself better that's the part of tom brady story that a lot of people don't talk about they talk about what amazing things he does now that he's old and he's hanging on but they don't talk about what he must have had to do when he was twenty two and twenty three to ella vate himself up to this level now if he had been drafted by the lions instead of the patriots his life story would be totally different because they would have screwed him up and they would have misused them they wouldn't have bought them long and they wouldn't have had bella check and and you know sometimes you just land with the right coach and your career changes but he did and but i'm being blunt honest with mike i can tell you and i cover michigan regularly especially back then i probably went to every one of their home games and and half or two thirds of their away games i don't remember writing more than two or three com's about.

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