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What to Watch on TV Monday, September 20, 2021
"Ten night is the night dancing with the stars. The season premiere some of our favorites. Cody rigsby from pelivan. Taking the stage. Mel sees taking the age more. Brian austin green. Joe joe joe see wa. She is going to be having a same sex partner and that has never happened before dancing with the stars. So that'll be a first time for that. She's going to do it. Cody should do it. To see your right code. He should do it to agree hundred percent. Ncis the season premiere. There's so many people excited about that. The voice the season for me. If you are just fan of television tonight is a good night. Because there's a lot of season premieres
Deadly Passion: How an Obsession Led to Murder
"Once. Esther and jim retired. Esther insisted on moving south to swim. Washington soon after the move to swim esther learned. She had cancer and she died two years later. Esther's death hit jim hard and he decided to move back to alaska where he would be closer to his son. He bought a house in wa- silla on golden dale drive and his neighbors across the street were hanged dawson and his eighth wife. Thirty year. Old terry according to neighbors wheeler became good friends with the dawson's and was a frequent dinner guests at their house. Hank and terry dawson suffered marital problems in the summer of nineteen ninety-three and hank temporarily moved out of the house to live in anchorage. After hake walked out on her teri immediately called her neighbor. Jim wheeler to cry on his shoulder. Perhaps terry considered her relationship with jim platonic but friends say. Jim fell hard for terry. Jim apparently could not keep his emotions to himself because he told anyone who would listen that he was in. Love with terry dawson. Meanwhile terry and hank decided to work on their marriage and hank move back into their wasila home over the nineteen ninety-three labor day weekend by this time jim wheelers feelings for had grown into an obsession and he told several people that he could not stand. Think of terry and hank in bed together. Hank died in the explosion. Only four weeks after returning to live with terry in
Do We Buy Things We Never Use?
"So angela. I have a habit. And i suspect many other people do as well of acquiring often buy purchase. What i've come to think of as aspirational objects which is to say. I will buy stuff that i think i want. Or maybe more accurately that. I would like to want but which in fact i'll never actually use so one tiny example at home. We probably have six hundred boxes of keen wa in our cupboard seen wa as far as i know we've never actually eaten keen wa at home high protein grain. It's not actually a green per se it's close to a grain. Oh is the lagoon. No it's neither to seed. I believe but that's beside the point also similarly. I have over my lifetime bought. Hundreds perhaps thousands of books that i've never read or at least not more than a few pages of i know many people who have bought closets and basi- full of exercise equipment and golf equipment and nutritional supplements in hair oil. So my question is are such acquisitions. Nothing but a waste of time and energy or is there an upside in such aspirational thinking. Even if the thought rarely translates into deed so aspirational consumerism. I mean that's a bit of national behavior. And especially the repeated part right. I can understand buying the first back of keen wa not using it and then you know whatever money down the drain but the second bag of king juan even the third now. That's that's that's interesting. And i should say just to draw the fuller picture. I do like to keep things tidy. I will go through our cupboards at home and know purge them. You'll marie condo. Yeah i'll purge so every. Let's say six months i'll throw away or donate eight boxes of keen wa her and literally eleven but then over the next few weeks you'll buy more okay so of course when you buy that next box keen wa. You don't think let me buy another box of keen wa that i can six months from donate. You're actually thinking at that moment that you're going to make the keen wa right. Oh yeah because for every box of keen wa that i've bought there have been approximately one trillion articles written about the benefits of and. I've read them all by the way it's quite good. Okay how do you know major kean. I've eaten it out but you know when you're cooking at home it's more of an investment when you're out and you say oh kean mutt. Sure all i have to do is say the word and it's going to be brought to me well here in. I think maybe is the solution to this. Least a clue. So what is it that keen wa and books and exercise equipment having common self-improvement and effort. So i think the difference between keen wall on the menu and keeping your covered is and by the ways even just have to boil it not that much effort. I know it's not a big investment but it's a big investment for the payoff for the while payoff which is small in your view.
The Utopian Woke Supremacy and Fear of the 'Other'
"Supremacist movement has yet another thing in common. And that's that they're all utopian they all are absolutely convinced that every ill and evil the world has ever known has been caused by the other and once the other has been permanently silenced permanently vanquished permanently erased from memory than all that will be left of those possessed the supreme trait and so in the marxist supremacist movement where the supreme trade proletarian ism all heels was. The world were caused by bourgeoisie once. The bourgeoisie were put into gulags or or or permanently confined to mental institutions. They promised a worker's paradise wanna say it wa- there's a great irony here is that during the trump. here's the the trump supporters were all demonized as being guilty of what you're describing the irony. Is that the very people who are guilty of this. Today were the ones who created this narrative that trump supporters are white supremacists trump supporters hate brown and black people. That's why we don't want people coming over our borders illegally. They built up this narrative and they talked about it as kind of an unbridled ideological hatred of the other. But what you're telling us of course. Is that precisely the opposite is true. It is the wo- culture that is demonizing. We are part of that under. Indeed we are. We are the other anybody who engages in discriminating thought. Now get to that in a moment but look it's not unusual in fact it's a well-known tactics. I believe it was garrels. You know who who said accused the other of that which you yourself are guilty of so. It's really not surprising that they would accuse of course. Islamicists accused the israelis of terrorism and so on and so forth across the board. It's just it's just a tactic that is employed by supremacists
Ben Erwin of Thunder Valley Casino Resort on His First Series in a Long Time
"Invite our good friend. Ben irwin's rector poker operations for thunder valley known as for a very very long time to be our guest today. So we can get you amped up for coming out to join us near sacramento. Yes so ben. how're you doing. First of doing great ninth grade to grade could be on and definitely looking forward to the championship longtime coming and we said it starts officially friday but we know the action got started last saturday. You had. What was a really really interesting satellite. I'm sure other people done it. But i haven't seen it before winners. Got to seize not just won two seats one in the anti nor cal classic which is coming up soon and then of course and then our championship event at the end of the series. I think it was like one in eight. Got both of those seats right. So dell's how how turned out. Because all the tweets made weak- you pack the place. That's exactly what happened. Yeah we we got ready for first or i after a long time and Looking at it and saying you know what maybe a great move to start off would be to put the tour event in satellite and you know get people excited about the series and that's exactly what happens so We ran a couple of steps satellites. You could win your way into that. That three seventy five packet satellite. Get in there for ninety bucks And about sixty people did that and then On the on. Saturday wind up with two hundred sixty three so i gave us thirty three packages wa but the excitement in the air. The room being full The first time in a very long time and It was great. You know what was probably one of the best parts of the amount of people that just said. Thank you for bringing this back. Thank you for doing this and So we're we're excited and looking forward to it. I mean how does that feel to be able to do big tournaments again. It does if we've been very very patient on our end and now to be here and this was You know this is. This has been a staple of our schedule. Now for you know they'll be the seven daniel And you know you go back. I mean heck. We've been holding holding the nor cal. I think for nine years. Yeah so it's It's an event that people know they're used to in the summer You know the summer looks a lot different. These days But when things for sir is there any up here and we're looking forward to absolutely
When and How to Safely Feed Whole Grains to Babies
"Now when can we do whole grains for babies. I mentioned that there is a lot of misinformation out there. People will say things like babies cannot digest whole grains. They certainly can they just whole grains in fact. It's thought that a baby's anatomy is actually capable of digesting the majority of nutrients as early as three or four months of age. Of course we don't feed those nutrients at three or four months of age because babies not safe to swallow anything except breast milk or formula. And just because they can do. It doesn't mean they should because there could be some other negative caveat that talked about early introduction of gluten for example increasing the risk of ceac disease so from a physiological standpoint. Yes your baby can digest whole grains and we start feeding foods other than breast milk or formula at around the six month mark but sometimes parents will think i should do the refined grains because there's so much gentler on the baby's gut and that's really not a benefit and that's certainly not true. There's no data to suggest that digestion of refined grains is easier on the baby than the digestion of whole grains. Yeah tastes a little bit. Longer to digest fiber and fat and protein compared to just carbohydrate. But that's a good thing. So how can we feed babies whole grains if you think about the list of whole grains and if you've heard of things like barley or brown rice. Buckwheat bulgar millet popcorn. We don't feed popcorn two babies that certainly a choking hazard but if you're looking for a good whole grain snack for you as an adult heck yeah. Popcorn wants to go. Put a ton of butter and salt all over but we also think about things like keen wa in amaranth. These are examples of whole grains but they tend to be really small pieces right so a baby would require their pincer grasp in order to pick up a very small piece of keen law. And i don't know even like you and me. I got a great pincer grasp. But i don't wanna be eating keen wa with my fingers so we generally can feed these whole grains which can be challenging for babies to pick up prior to having their pantograph. We can feed them in a fritter format. So i love to take cooked whole grains and make them into fritters which are fried cakes or patties that have usually an egg or some sort of other binding agent in there. You can mix it with cooked vegetables with other protein. It's a great thing to do. If you have like leftover farro or leftover
The Wheels Are Coming off of the Godless Alt Left Vehicle
"I am guffaw. Which is the word they don't use very often the wheels coming off of the vehicle of the godless alt-left as we call it down here The wheels the lug nuts. They're they're coming loose baby. It's like a car chase. It's like steve mcqueen boat or clint eastwood any car chase dukes hazard the lugs are come. A little loose right and we'll start wobbling wa wa wobble and sooner or later the wheels fall right off like any car chase you watch from l. a. when they're streaming those why because right before various people tell us to believe the science and then say seventy two genders and guys can periods and babies. Their whole platform is falling apart and we got to see our former president barack hussein in his global warming beachfront home. That's not a good investment if you believe oceans are going to rise. Spent twelve million a peach ronald but anyway. When barack hussein had his no mask celebrity will raise the roof party and it was caught on social media. what they thought was quickly deleted. But as you know nothing's really deleted social media some dude out there somewhere eating cheetos watching golden girls and two o'clock in the morning screen cabinet and it's it's it's living on so the people who are like. Oh wear masks staying. Don't come out get in get down. They're all out there. You know eating steak and chicken at their vegetarian. Dinners with once again. That doesn't make sense wearing hawaiian. Shirts would no masks so the wheels coming off right.
WhatsApp 'View Once' Brings Disappearing Photos and Videos
"What's app is rolling out. A view once feature for photos and videos that can disappear from a what's up chat after the recipient opens said photo or video. Quoting the verge win sending a photo or video you can make it view once by tapping the one button to the left of the send button after the recipient opens it. It'll be deleted. The recipient will be able to see that. It's a disappearing photo so it's still the type of thing you only wanna use for people. You can trust not to take a screen shot. In june mark zuckerberg confirmed that the feature would becoming though details about when it would release. Were scarce according to wa beta info. The feature has been invaded for about a month as an example of how the feature could be used. Whatsapp uses the example of sending a photo of sensitive information like a wifi password. Of course there are perhaps other less wholesome uses for this kind of feature and
Scientist Joe Fontaine on How Climate Change Impacts West Australia's Biodiversity
"Hi this week. The fires in north america continued to blaze and temperatures in places went to heights. Hardly seen before. So what about here. Both in the east and west where we experienced similar heat and firestorms. Dr joe fontaine is an ecologist originally from oregon now at murdoch university in perth. Well here in the south west of australia we know that the climate's been drying since the mid seventies and we also know that temperatures been going up and one of the things about this region is that we know it's the early canary in the coal. Mine it has been undergoing these events and this process much more so than a lot of other parts of the planet in part because it's a mediterranean climate and so impacts of the climate change for example. We know that. Say the perth airport here. A one degree change in the average has more than doubled the number of days over forty degrees celsius since the early nineteen hundreds that's substantial and that has substantial impact on our biodiversity. Where'd you go to look to your search because vast area to cover isn't it it is it's a treat. I've been really lucky. So i came from overseas originally and then within two and a half days of lending in perth i was in a car and i was headed up to the mid west. So north of perth. This beautiful shrub lands beautiful beaches and really amazing plant diversity. And that's where. I started working and we were doing experimental fires and then in the year sense of migrated south closer to town and i work in woodland's around the city and also in the forests east of the city. Well south of here in purse. You've got a biodiversity hotspot global one. The most amazing variety of plants on have you looked into that area as well absolutely. We're surrounded by biodiversity hotspot. If you just go on the north side of perth in the woodland's here. A ten meter by ten major area can have one hundred species of plants. A hundred when i go home to california and visit my family i love it. I love the landscape. But i have to look around and go. Oh sorry plants. you're a little bit boring.
Only Wines Made in Russia Can Be Called Champagne Under New Law
"Producers have halted deliveries to Russia after a new law came into effect on the naming of sparkling wine. Oh, no, You didn't Julia Chapman has more on only Russian produced bubbly that can be called champagne due to a new law signed by Vladimir ER. International winemakers exporting to Russia will now be obligated to label their bubbly as sparkling wine. Hennessy, which produces Mo and Shandong Champagne has already agreed to change its labels. Since Crimea related sanctions came into effect in 2014, Russia, stopped importing many items previously acquired from Europe to the A. Chapman. Moscow I am actually surprised that Moet said. They're changing it. They would change it to sparkling wine method. Champagne wa Is What you have to put on according to French law, If you have anything other than champagne from the champagne region, maybe they
"wa" Discussed on Say What Needs Saying
"Balance aspect. But when i'm home it's music. It's writing it's Consuming because you need to consume pop culture and so forth so the you're on kind of the forefront of what's new. What's now what's what makes sense. You know if. I listen anybody else. I probably have no punch lines references. You know what i mean. So it's it's really a balance of consuming producing all that but the spreadsheets themselves. You know i track my sleep. I track my financial literacy. I see you. On the crypto robinhood world nine online. Trying on telling you so financial literacy you know. I read sometimes. I definitely have a social recreation time allotment at a personal recreation time allotment in. Oh i just want to balance it out. And it's like if i audit myself and my really putting in like three hours in the music or am i not like because if you don't if you have goals for your day if you don't track your mood What you're doing a week goes by. Like what did i even do last tuesday but me i can bring that up. That's the i. I don't wanna take that level of the recording of one's life a lot of people don't even wouldn't even wanna embrace that like you know. Hey let's document yourself for this week and see how productive you can or aren't and i think that Artists aside you know. It gives a level of mental clarity. 'cause i was in house. How do you handle stress in general. What's your stress management. But if you have everything compartmentalize you can almost predict when stress will come or am. I completely wrong. How do you address joe. You're you're completely right on the only real stress i have is that occasionally there'll be the writer's block of this is that you know you just need to leave things aside for a moment but me if i'm tracking you know i spent x amount of time on music. Maybe i should spend x. Amount of time on living. So that i can come at it with a new perspective to put pull up on resources. Definitely definitely okay. Artist formerly known as washington. What would you say is your most irrational fear. Irrational fear.
"wa" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Wa and I am the owner of a makeup artistry school here in Las Vegas, Nevada. It and now in Dallas as well. I am 29 years old and my mom, But my passion is makeup, artistry, makeup, education, and I've been in this industry for over almost 30 years Now I started the institute in 2010. You know, my my background is makeup, artistry and I've, you know, always loved makeup, but I think along the road when I had been to make up for several Years, I had realized that being in Las Vegas that there was a need for education for myself. It was really hard to travel to other states to receive education. And since I was actually raised here, I was born in Cuba but raised here in Las Vegas and have always lived here. I just thought it would be a great time to go ahead and try and open up a school or something that would help others. Get some form of education here in Las Vegas. So the courses that we offer here we actually offer programs and so the students that we look for our students set, um, have come to the realization that they have a passion and they want a career path in makeup, artistry and so to actually attend our school, you do have to have a high school diploma or a GED. And you do have to apply to be accepted into the school. And so the programs that we do offer here are, um 10 month programs and the programs offer starting from makeup, artistry, body painting, special effects and hair styling class, So it's a full program, but we feel like in order for somebody be really successful in the field of makeup artistry. It's important that they're trained in all areas. Uh, current space here in Las Vegas is 11,000 square feet and we have to beauty rooms, an airbrush room at a special effects room. So we are able to start to programs at a time and at any given time, you know, we could have anywhere from 20 to 40 students at a time. So, yeah, I mean, our our school is very, very hands on and that we have Currently instructors here in Las Vegas. We have six instructors are rule of thumb is for every 12 students. We have two instructors because we want to make sure that they're given that one on one attention and that there's constantly somebody rotating, watching what they're doing and making sure that we're making those corrections and giving them the help they need. You know, we do have a job assistance program here. So you know, we our intention is to always help place all of these students in some way or another. And the jobs range. You know, all the way from freelance of 14 for an agency to even just working in retail are working in production. I mean, one of our graduates had also Barreto. He is the lead makeup artist. I can get Cirque and so he was one of our graduate. Here many moons ago, but he's one of our success stories. Also, one of our graduates went on to open a very successful, um, Makeup Artists agency, which is get ready agency and she's done very well as as well. So it really just depends on the field that you choose. You know, we encourage all of our artists to put themselves out there and to work in all the different fields and then eventually Figure out if they are geared more towards a specialty that's body painting, or if it's especial effects, but to give it all an opportunity and just see you know what their drawings to or where it takes them. But those are success stories They've done well. A lot of artists have worked with skin city and they love it there and the ones that are really passionate about body painting. And so it just really depends on um You know what fields you want to go into? But it's important to know that it's important that you also go out there and kind of pay your dues and get that experience of working in the industry if its production or freelance or whatever it is and just learn as much as you can. One of the things that really set us apart as a school that we don't only work with our students on their technique, But we work on them as individuals. And so I really worked with my instructors on making sure that We are working with, Um you know the students on their outward image on a positive attitude, Um, what it takes to be a great artists because it's not always necessarily your technique. But sometimes it's about just putting yourself out there and having a great work ethic and being positive, And so we work with him on that, and they do get graded, you know, for for that attitude and what they bring every day. You know when I first open to my school, and you know, I started at a very small space. It was probably not even 1000.
You Want To Talk About Hot Cheetos?
"For over forty years. Richard thing is had a successful career as a motivational speaker. I realized that as much as i wanted to fit in. I was never credit fitted. I was granted to stand out. That's why a lotta young people your whole life. You felt like. I don't feed in because you're not supposed to is supposed to stand out as vice president of multicultural sales and community promotions. At pepsico. he'd been called the godfather of hispanic brandon and was considered one of the most influential latinos in corporate america. His rags to riches story was truly the stuff of legends. He's one of ten children or into mexican field workers in wa steve. A town in southwestern california were italian and mexican immigrants ones all shared the same ocupation. Picking grapes richard began working as a janitor at frito lay in nineteen seventy six when he was just eighteen years old eventually. He climbed the ranks to being a top executive at the fortune. Five hundred company. He says his happened after he presented an idea to his superiors. It was pitched that he says would later be turned into the trademark flaming. Hot cheetos line. This spicy injured. Red snacks are today. One of frito lay's top celine flavors fairness. What if. I put chili on cheeto. So i went to work. You know i'm actually made up my own seasoning and all that and put it on a on season cheeto. My wife took some to work. I took some to work. Everybody fell in love with it. All of this was an american dream like story that most people knew and loved up until very recently in may of this year the times published a story under the headline the man who didn't invent flaming hot cheetos. In a five thousand plus word investigation. Business reporter sam. Dean revealed severe inconsistencies. In the timeline of richard. Storytelling
An Indigenous Long Distance Live Story
"One of my favorite stories of this past season has to be the story of candidates. And richard scott more i had been following the almost operatic relationship of candace and richard during the pandemic the married couple normally split their time between canada and australia but cove it kept them a world apart. I watched a couple bond over social media staying connected even through the most difficult of circumstances. Richard from the union wadi wadi nation on the southeast coast of australia and candice is from kettle point in southern ontario. I spoke with the couple in february to see how they made their long distance. Love story work. I started by welcoming them to the show. Thank you so. I can you tell me where you are and what time. It is well arm in australia at the moment. It's nine thirty seven in the morning or just finished work but it's a beautiful morning and for me. It's thursday evening five thirty and we're not only. Are we in a different time zone. Currently run a different day. Alright so canvas you to our earth from different indigenous communities literally a world apart. So how did you meet. How did that happen. Do you remember the moment that you i saw richard. Oh that is a moment. i will never forget I it was actually during planet indigenous festival in toronto. Back in two thousand nine and i remember the opening of the festival and just hearing the digital you. I was like just something. I had never really heard before. And when i went out to the to where the red path stages i remember seeing strong amazing. Powerful group of men That carry their traditions and songs. And and so i had to get closer. I had to go and just be a part of it and just go and see and so i wa. I remember walking closer to the stage. And then i seen richard and hearing him sing in his voice and i was just totally blown away by what i was witnessing and seeing and literally like literally knocked off my feet like i literally just sat down right mice bought like i need to be here to see this and little. Did i know that. I would be spending the rest of my with him.
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"Low from bulgaria. My name is luke meal. Currently i work as a qa. And in my free time. I love to go to the mountain where me my wife for the place. The place is called bounce core and fuel weeks ago we went not only me and my wife but we took our kids who is tier salt in june. He will become for years and he left the place. It was his first time. They're a real went with him into the swimming pool. Where i was trained teach seem i'm not the best swimmer but i really hope wa. He will become one One better person than me one day but Think should be going step-by-step This podcast is just for testing purposes. Not trying to aging serious. Just some little talks and see i will try to oppose it In one software so in king create my own podcast after the town to some tasting inaudible. I saw as i said. He's only for testing purposes in. If some of these listen inca these hold your police laugh too much. I'm just trying to complete the whole meets with some random information. And that's it okay. Here are the two minutes thank you.
Arsenic in Rice: A Cause for Concern
"We'll how does arson again rice. It gets in rice just through the environment and usually through farming practices. It's it's part of fertilizers and pesticides. So when crops are sprayed with pesticides it gets into the soil and then the plants will uptake the arsenic. So that's how it gets in there. So they pull it from the ground and then it becomes part of part of the rice right and apparently rice to seems to be a crop that absorbs more are snick than may be other things like like millet or buckwheat or wa because the way rice is grown sort of flooded with water and so it just has the ability to take up more arsenic. Well how you can undo that. How much of a problem is it. I mean well it. This has been a problem kind came to light. I'm trying to think of how many years ago. It's been at least five years ago or so and i guess at that time was a topic. I think it came up on a message board that we have on our website. And i think i answered some questions there but i don't think we ever did a podcast on it so But basically it. It's issue because so many products are made with rice. So it's not just the rice that you buy and cook and eat. But it's in things like a brown rice syrup or And that's kind of one of the things that it became a concern for a lot of health foods or sweetened with brown rice syrup and then of course there's baby infant formula. That's rice cereal vegetables and it became a a real big thing with children because arsenic their bodies are much smaller. So it's going to affect them more sure and so. The the exposure to arsenic has become a concern. Because obviously in in very minute swale quantities. It's not harmful but in you know relatively Regular exposure to it it can accumulate accumulate in the body and then becomes toxic. And by the way it's known as a group a carcinogen so what so what that means. It's a it's a carcinogen of concern. It causes
What is a "Cholo"
"You may remember this early. Two thousands hit song. Lean like a chill low by down aka or watch movies about trouble culture like blood and blood out three bottles dot goes full of garnell or american me to state is so lame paid for the game but you know where the we're solo really comes from and did you know that a solo and south america is not the same chiloe from the united states. I only recently learned that. There were charles in south america during a conversation with my partner who is peruvian american so i feel like proving really proud right and it's like even if you're a channel like at least for me and my failure. What do you mean like a lake. My dad was always like listening to wine. No or like speaking wa. Which i literally didn't but like gangster. No he wasn't a kinks turkey like Like barry indigenous were that poncho and like wanting a toll and indigenous people in peru johnson indigenous person for you yet. This was the first time i ever heard the word used to describe someone in a way that didn't mean hood or gangster immediately wanted to know if the from southern california and if the from south america had the same meaning and if so how did they come to mean such vastly different things. Where did the word originate. Who was first of california or the role of the andes in my search for answers a researcher. Dr couching rodriguez a professor in colonial literature. At the city university of new york its origins are uncertain. Some scholars of belief that it comes from the now our show logged. Which was the word for dog. Now it is a language of the. Sx bob one of the earliest mentioned of the word appears in common darius realities royal commentaries by the peruvian mystique so Inc other see lasso. La vega dot work day back to sixteen owned nine. He indicates their dad d. Word means dog and it was used in a figurative eurodif way by the spaniards to refer to this individuals of makes origins african and indian. But now he's apply differently is applied to almost any one that could be off mix
Huawei SF5 Electric SUV Debuts at Shanghai
"Wa wa famous name in terms of mobile devices. Chinese tech giant wa wa technologies has the s f five electric. Suv developed that done in partnership with automotive brands. sarah's which will be sold and marketed by wa wa through its flagship. Stores across china says the driven the s s f five apologies boasts to electric motors. All wheel drive five hundred and forty-three holes palette. It's very impressive nor to sixty two miles them out. North one hundred kilometers now in four point six eight seconds again really impressive. All electric range of one hundred eighty kilometers. That doesn't make any sense because they say it will do that in pure electric mode and by now you might have out. I had to take a while to get to because there's pressure least doesn't explicitly say it. This is a range extender. They said that the range extended family topped up in the tangle to a thousand kilometers. It's a one point five liter four cylinder engine. Which is the rex. But we're worried about the battery bits. And so
Is It Time To Stop Counting Calories? Dr Vanita Rahman Weighs In
"The idea of not counting. Calories is a little bit confusing since some plant foods like avocados and nuts. They still have quite a bit of calories. So when should we still be keeping track of calories and can we forget all about it. Yeah so you know. It's a little bit confusing. I know for people Because you hear so. Many different types of dietary advice and what works dozen. When do you cards when you count calories. Let's really simplify this. You know. I tell people if you're looking to lose weight or keep it off or improve your health. Think of this large basket of food on your kitchen table and you're going to select food from there. So when does that basket is the key. A lots of fresh fruits vegetables whole grains like keen wa and oats and millet and brown rice and wheat products and then legalzoom's lentils now if we select from those We don't necessarily have to sit there and count calories and the reason being all of these foods are really high in fiber. There are naturally low in fat so their caloric densities low and that fiber just fills us up. So you know. If you've had an apple you know you can only eat one. Maybe two apples before you're really full. And that's because of the fiber in it so you don't to sit there and count honey apples you're eating Where the confusion does come in. Is some of these higher facts. Foods that are plant based like kat does or nuts and seeds are all as now. If you're looking to lose weight or lower your blood sugar you may want to minimize the use of those foods. So you know depending on where you are in your journey reducing that can be extremely helpful but for the other things that i talked about the nutrition profile so good caloric density solo that we really don't have to worry about counting calories.
"wa" Discussed on Meet the Thriller Author: Interviews with Writers of Mystery, Thriller, and Suspense Books
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"You deeply. The ever to literature seriously walk thrillers. Actually until later on. And now i can say on. My favorite writers are by the great. Suspense are while writers. Like george. He gets leonard James elroy these guys really really knew elway snows outta right. He's still alive. I have learned so much about the craft of writing from reading these people. They are just great writers like all great writers they have they not only an overwhelming sense of sadness in the tragic part of life. They also have a rollicking sense of humor. Elmore leonard makes me laugh out loud. Every time i read. Here's his stuff. And if you haven't read him or george v higgins I really i recommend but my my my my interest in a crime as i say comes from. Just this curious kid. I loved Dick tracy that was the first comic strip. I with turn doing the paper every day. I can't explain it beyond the hat on. I grew up in a in a conservative Home i had four older siblings. My van was killed in a car accident when my mother was still pregnant with me so that was not father. There may be that gave me a sense of on smoking sense of of things that can happen happen of the blue moon change change lives. Probably not for the better. But i you know. I didn't grow up reading the suspense fiction. So much is the as cryan journals. That was really my entree into the genre of why call it will lead to becoming journalists. You that the. I think so i think so i. I like to read and writing gotta came of that. My dad was an artist and dreams of being an artist too. So as a kid. I didn't write so much as has dropped Who every every afternoon after school center draw pictures at petition table. So you know rain. Just kinda walter. This whole storytelling is all about stories. I guess of all trying and I i really didn't start waiting seriously for were serious audience until i guess at the university of minnesota decided to major in journalism and i wrote the army i was in the army for two years and and i was german newspaper. Then one thing led to another as. I got back here eventually. Daily journalism daily newspaper journalism than wear service journalism both of checked in for a while gateway to do long-form form journals and if there was a if there was a single book that That was that was determinative all life. Who's in cold blood. I was an undergraduate at the university of minnesota. And i would sit via in j. school library. In read each successive installment of in cold weather it appeared in yorker afford a subscription of new yorkers greeted fiber..
"Cabdriver yet. He tends to be where things are happening today. We would call him a stalker he he is cruising The the city as a cab driver means a working cat and he's got a big family at all but he's always got his eye for the attractive women and the book opens with with him talking briefly with with with jerry a man who is by then working at a greasy spoon not not far for her apartment. The owners of the of the reason spoon. It's a it's a luncheon They're involved in the story as well as as as a handful of of of young men who are somehow connected with terry. They're drawn to her photographer. You gotta figure out where that goes but it's it's It's a multifaceted story from a lot of points of view and it proceeds through the summer of nineteen fifty five with this very high profile. A sensational trial of dentists that ends in in in the jury verdict. That i walked up that i won't discuss complicating the matter in two of the things that i was very interested in. Was this sets a of fear and loathing. the people have certainly back then for dentists. That was just about the worst thing that kid could do. All of the data. She got to go to the dentist. Do anything more going to the dentist. It was just a scary place. They were not so good with their pain. Relief that As as they are today and so there was a there. It's just a basic buren hatred of of dennis that the david refers to in his magazine story. Then dr rose happens to be jewish in minneapolis. At the time certainly around the world war two had been described by journalists nationally as as america's anti-semitism capital. So i was very interested in the notion that that out is how police. How is the public hamas the jury deal with a jewish dentist.
"Her baby is is a year and a half old should solve. Be three months pregnant anyway she. Her body is found along abandoned trolley tracks in the linden hills neighborhood of minneapolis. It is shortly discovered shortly afterward discovered that the last person to see her alive was probably her dentist. Her dentist in my telling is a is a middle age man named named rose. Last name is rose david herschel roles and he's been a dentist for about twenty years he's married and and A couple of of a teenage daughters He's respected the not necessarily love but respected in the community. He's developed this this this Practice serves women. He has a large practice serving women in their late afternoon and evening. Hours for working women and He's he's very very successful with that. Well jerry comes to live and stays with her older sister who has moved to minneapolis previously and she complains shortly after her arrival. Teri does a dental paid. She needs a relief from toothache again in grace. Her sister refers Refers her to dr rose. Whose office is right. Around the corner from their apartment then fifteenth street in nicholas avenue. Now under i ninety four but lost days of busy rather seedy art of town. She goes to the dentist and in the stablishment as a relationship with him. That is that is more than than than just dental in april. She goes to see him on a friday night and on a saturday morning. Her body is is discovered by that but abandoned trolley track and that sets off the investigation that sets off the story. I don't know how much you'd want to hear about this. I don't know how much i want to tell you about it. Yeah you don't wanna spoil the spoilers. I i'm gonna tell you farthest goals but there is a an extensive investigation There are several characters. We're seeing this. The story were hearing from from several points of view including the investigating the two detectives who are assigned the case anderson curry now. They have their own issues. Anderson was a was a combat soldier in world war two and was involved in some some rough stuff during that the rescue Of of the best known part of patents third army and he's haunted by that and he's also haunted by or bothered by overactive. Lombardo the gets into in the crowds to. There's a young journalist from rochester. Who's who's a reporter now. For the united press international he gets involved in. There's a sinister character. I refer to only until the very end of the book as the driver..
"Scorecard from one thousand nine hundred fifty five minneapolis millers where the minor league team that preceded the twins baseball fan. Yeah sure i do that. I if this were video you see a map. Amy out of minneapolis from the early nineteen fifties. And i you know. I refer to that and the idea is not to get everything accurate in a journalistic sense. It's to it's to create a reality that is as much in my head is it is in any of the research materials that i've that i looked at but there are a lot of names in here from fifties minneapolis. Long place. names place sites the mayor where this murder dicks places is my neighbor today. I didn't grow up here. But i've lived here for forty. Plus years this linden hills neighborhood of the south west corner of the city not known for its homicides by the way which made it attractive place for me to stage this one. So yeah i it has liberated. That's a good word for it and i. I've enjoyed that part of it. Just since i've enjoyed the the rigor of sticking to the facts when i've been reading my journalism as a lot of great suspense thriller books coming out of minnesota. John sanford with him can krueger. Brian freeman great. Ready committee over there. Well i don't know that you know people say that would think that's more chamber of commerce sat me doesn't writers i don't i don't know of minnesota has any a- amiga claim on jury but yeah we got you know the interesting stuff and of course we've got a long winter which to hunker down and look so. We got the just of the lives of dentists film. But can you tell us a little bit about the the story in a what it's about. Yeah i'm telling you about why story you bitch it's about a it's gotta a very attractive young named terry hitmen. That's married name. She's twenty one years old. She comes to minneapolis in in the winter of of nineteen fifty. Four fifty five and like a lot of young women at the time. Who strained in the minneapolis from northern minnesota and the dakotas so forth. They're looking for jobs. They're looking for pitcher. The looking for love not necessarily order and they sometimes get into trouble. Sometimes the they're they're easy prey for predators They're easing pray for or employers looking for cheap labor there. They're all of those things and a jerry. Hickman is is no fool but she really really has a has a terrible craving for affection for the the the pleasures a sex and companionship with good looking men and because she's so attractive a really very charismatic physically she draws them like flies and practically from the moment she steps off a greyhound. Bus minneapolis coincidentally She is a married woman. Her husband is in the service in germany at the time She has a baby presumably by this man. Three month old child that she brings with her after her murder. She is found to be three months pregnant. I'm sorry her baby is three..
"Speculates that you know maybe having year your hands other people's malls for eight hours a day and and be generally aided by your by your patients would would put you in a in our state of mind but anyway i created this novel around inspired. By this case actor been many many more characters and Changed all kinds of things and created new about so the best i can say. It's it's inspired by that story. It certainly isn't based the way that the novels are starting now factual outs. It must have felt a little liberating for you. Though to instead of writing true crime we have to be so careful about the facts to be below. Just kinda run with. That was at the the the enjoy that part of it. Yeah i enjoy right now. Everything i've written as being full as sometimes is really enjoy it. There's really thing that rather doing nothing i can do. I don't know else do so. Yeah the sense of of of inventing people playing god. Something i've i've enjoyed doing. Since i was a small roy used to stories on my basement based on a little or centered on a little towel with an electric train. Set and i would create these dramas just by myself and what inspired me. I don't know. But i've always loved doing that. I love creating these characters Honestly i mean assaults sounds my. My wife is listening but i. They're they're more real to me. In many cases them been the real people i know. They're really fleshing. Why maybe all and writers say that so that this book is set in the nineteen fifties. Is that the data challenge at all like getting the lingo right the details or have you written. It's it's again as a journalist. I spent my career getting getting things right. Getting things accurate. You know. i do research For my fiction not as extensively as with my non fiction. But i mean i've got all newspapers got old magazine. Somebody handed me a minneapolis..
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"Wa Sometimes they see things that's true. Absolutely. There should be a good game. Look, the Chargers. You know the charges records? Not good. What? It's two and six. Okay, But here are the point differentials in the Chargers six losses. You ready for this three points in overtime, five points, seven points. Three points in overtime again one point in five points. That's six losses by a combined 24 points and four of those six losses are two teams with winning records there in games. They just got to figure out how to close so this should be a good one that Yeah, I sort of lean, lean the 1.5 to do that The charges are getting Yeah. I mean, I think Miami very emotional win right Big road win last week. They're still young Florida They're doing a good job to coaching staff get more liquid in the world for having the guts to pull Fitzpatrick and he's a nice second man to come come around if they have any problems with the first guy if he gets hurt or something. But, man, I really like the charges in this spot, but I'm not gonna battle you think the Seahawks bounce back Mike, They're going on the road down to l. A to play the Rams. There are two point underdog Russell Wilson and his career as a dog 20 to 10 in three against the number one taking points. Yes, I think they found back. I went better, Don't it graded out slightly in favor of Seattle. Seattle on the road, getting only a point and a half that you tell you something right there. They're not getting three. They're not getting four. It's basically a picket with l A coming out of by two with an extra right, prepare, so I sort of like Seattle and dead spots. The ox normally bounced back. Don't think what we really a charge. They don't bounce back there much because they don't lose that, you know? Yeah. And then you got the Patriots who just do not look like a very good football team. They're about a 7.5 8 point underdog at home against the Ravens. They haven't been this big of an underdog at home. Like since 2001. That's probably not a surprise to people without dominant. They've been Throughout the dynasty, the last two decades game. I'm going to say Ravens. I'm going to say Ravens 28 to 21. Okay, That's 49, right. Yes. Okay. The over unders 43 a half year to 15th guy in the world that has had it going over 43. Is that right? Yep. If I had to do anything, If I think the old stopped and I'm taking the under, take the under. You're gonna go the other way. All right. I like it because you know what? I got the rule. Public for the most part, if it's over eight or nine in a row or something, just like Sunday night. Did you watch Sunday night's game with Tampa Bay? Yes, I turned. I don't watch much of the second half because it was over the pregame show. You know the guys Chris Simms, all those donkey. Every guy took Tampa. Every single guy took Tampa the other way, Right? Always. That's all When it's that, man. He's always like 67 guys. Oh, I'm gonna that guy floors were gonna go with you to Tony. Every guy I liked what you just said, Billy, you know, forget about it. Notre Dame thrilled us last week, the Notre Dame Clemson game was great. I still can't say the kid's name. I almost had a heart attack in that game. I mean, what a game it was Mike and I kind of hinted towards that last week about Notre Dame. Yes, you did. Mike did. That's right. I said. I said, Take Notre Dame, but I almost had three coronaries in the game. It was just and this kid showed me bookshelves. Me something he did. I mean, that last drive the tie. It was great. The other kid. I didn't watch the first week. The other kids great when he stepped in against Boston College. I didn't see any of that game. So it's really the first time I saw her 435 yard touchdown. That arm is something man like that kids. I mean, he really wait. George being gone was not the reason No, I saw him wiggle them What they stood for. You got a good defense. I know Ellen was Wait. That was a fun game. Now we weigh hinted at this before. Like the last time Notre Dame had a win like that, against the top ranked opponent was, of course, the famous game. Some called the game of the century 1993 the upset of number one Florida state when they were number two, the next week at home they lost on a late field goal. The Boston College. Wouldn't you know it? They played Boston College this week. They're a big favorite. They've had trouble covering these big numbers. But I'll tell you what. Brian Kelly is six and no against BC as head coach of the Irish and these have been lopsided affairs by and large Mike. Only two of the six games have been decided by one score. Nd outgained Boston College by like 300 Yards in a lopsided game last year. I really like Notre Dame again, do you Think First of all, Doug Flutie. A walking through that door, Okay. In fact, none of those others not Ryan, any of those guys? Any Boston college guys are Tom Coughlin a while? I'm confident, right? Right. That's not gonna happen. In this type of situation we're covered could strike at any moment. I looked at the spread the Notre Dame fighting Irish. Let me see if I got this right on the road. Are. Are they underworld contacts there just until you start giving Boston College on the road. You're 13.5. This is my picked it I also gave because of your clothes, Brother. Okay, who was a Notre Dame and I know you're with Eastern Illinois. But I have the all your cool weekend to your football with Green Bay and which Jacksonville and, of course, Notre Dame. Uh, in the 13.5. I'm good. I fire on these games, folks. I'm gonna fire unknown. There you go. We'll give you are the best plays when we come back. I was one of Mike's about bonus plays earlier today with your commie. We'll give you our best place. Plus, Jimmy Miller. Jimmy got some ponies at Hawthorne for you when we return. 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