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Apple earnings grow even in coronavirus pandemic

Daily Tech News Show

04:33 min | 22 hrs ago

Apple earnings grow even in coronavirus pandemic

"A normal year, it was a bad quarter for apple. You heard that earlier when Sarah was summarizing all the the big tech earnings profit down seven percent over last year iphone revenue down twenty one percent but for a corona virus quarter. It was received well, revenue overall for apple was up one percent and acknowledgement that the new iphone didn't come along in this quarter like usual meant that people are like, okay. They normally have an iphone in at least for part of the quarter and they didn't this year that's GonNa make a difference. This I think is also an early look at what life will be like in a world where phone sales just flat out. Where people just aren't really buying phones all the time similar to what we do with laptops and tablets now. Apple will be able to occasionally pick up the slack with occasionally peaks of it's already flattened product lines. We have examples here ipod revenue was up forty six percent Mac sales up twenty eight percent though sales are a little juiced by lockdown needs more people needed laptops and tablets than usual, and they won't always be there. But Services is what apple says is its future and lockdown juice or not services picked up big time for falling iphone revenue twenty one percent down revenue in iphone should have been a disaster, but they were up one percent overall. Why is that well in part? It was services revenue being up sixteen point three percent. They made fourteen point, five billion dollars on services that made it the number two revenue generator for apple to the Iphone, which was twenty six point four billion services recorded an all time high of five hundred eighty five million paid subscriptions growing by one hundred, thirty, five, million year-over-year on track to reach six, hundred, million by the end of twenty twenty. There was some bad news in here though China was not good news net sales grew year-over-year in every market except China. China revenue for Apple fell from eleven point one, three, four, billion to seven, point, nine, four, six, billion. But Services is the future. A whole lot on services in China because it's harder to do services in China and apple just launched its apple one subscription plan which bundles it subscriptions, and a monthly prices from ten dollars to thirty dollars a month they got three tiers in there, and that's going to bring in more subscribers as well and get people to pay a little more money. And they're not done their CEO Tim Cook on the earnings called. This year has a few more exciting things in store which I want to make. It means apple silicon. CAN'T TAKE IT MR Cooke I've had enough. So a few things here, Tom, you said ipod. IPAD but IPAD revenue is forty six percent anish epoch, right? Yeah. I. Know You're. Very. Yeah I revenue generating kissing. Confuse anybody I had revenue being up forty six percent Mac sales up twenty, eight percent. Both of those are like, okay. People are at home. There that well, first of all, there wasn't a phone to buy but even if there was like. Yeah I'd like we got a you know, let's let's think about how we make the most of our current situation because most people are hanging out at home much more than they had in the past that. Makes Sense to me. The numbers are pretty impressive though but I think that you bring up a good point about the phone sales flattening out flooding out, and let's take the pandemic step even out of the equation you just you're going to get to a point like you said with laptops and tablets where enough people who want them have them and they're only gonNA buy a new one if something goes. Wrong or you know three to four years go by and you'RE GONNA get slow in sales on that kind of model yet. I, think that is definitely the case when it comes to phones. If you think about you know smartphones, they've been around for a long time, but they really haven't been around for that long and when he first came out every year or every other year, which is more. People generally upgraded their phone. Every couple of years will you would get a new compared to what came out two years before wasn't Bajic. And, probably, for the last three or four devices that just hasn't been the case now that they absolutely are putting their, you know their toe into the camera, but the cameras are getting so advanced that people just aren't using net. Into really into photography it's like you know a lot of photographers are still going to get their DSL ours their meritless cameras and all that kind of stuff. So now your phone is just something that well, when I need a new one, I'll get one

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Dallas ME confirms body in car was missing Fort Worth grandmother

Morning News with Hal Jay & Brian Estridge

00:29 sec | 1 d ago

Dallas ME confirms body in car was missing Fort Worth grandmother

"The Dallas County Medical Examiner has confirmed the body found in a car and cook County this week is that of a 70 year old Fort Worth grandmother who went missing in July. Carolyn Riggins, last known location was the taiga. Road Bingo hall on July 11th, where she had won money hunters came across her Lincoln Town car in a wooded area. The cause of death has not yet been determined. Family members say that Reagan suffered memory loss after a stroke years ago and often got lost while driving.

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Suburban Mayors Push Back on Indoor Dining Ban in Chicago's Cook County and Across Illinois

WBBM Evening News

01:07 min | 1 d ago

Suburban Mayors Push Back on Indoor Dining Ban in Chicago's Cook County and Across Illinois

"Mayors and restaurant owners don't like Governor Pritzker's decision to ban indoor dining because of the rising numbers of covert 19 in this state. The restrictions are now in effect for suburban Cook County, as well as DuPage Kane can key in Will County that go into effect in Chicago tomorrow, Lake and McHenry counties on Saturday there, mayors and restaurant owners are pushing back against the governor's decision. But he says the state is well within its right to impose a new restrictions. You know, I just be clear that You know we are. We're following the laws of the state of Illinois and most importantly, we're following the emergency management. You know, data and the Department of Public Health data in order to come to the conclusions that we reach legal challenges are mounting against the governor's indoor dining ban after a court decision that allowed The Fox Fire restaurant in Geneva to keep operating lawsuits challenge the governor's emergency powers, which plaintiffs say expired 30 days after the first disaster proclamation months ago. That shut them down the first time,

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Trump, Biden neck and neck in Texas: poll

Mark Levin

00:39 sec | 1 d ago

Trump, Biden neck and neck in Texas: poll

"In Texas ends tomorrow evening. Texas go blue on Election Day. It's not likely that Joe Biden will win Texas electoral votes, but state Democrats are making their push. According to the Cook Political report, a nonpartisan outlet that analyzes and predict selections for congressional seats are rated as either lean democratic or toss up, including three open seats with two additional rated lean Republican that the party has its eyes on on Wednesday. Cook also shifted Texas from lean Republican to toss up in the presidential race with 38 electoral votes. The state hasn't backed a Democrat for president since 1976 On no presidential candidate plans to visit the state Democratic VP nominee Kamala Harris will be

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iPhone sales fell 21% ahead of iPhone 12 launch, but Apple isn't worried

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

01:05 min | 1 d ago

iPhone sales fell 21% ahead of iPhone 12 launch, but Apple isn't worried

"Let's start with Apple shares A fell after the company reported iPhone sales fell 21% on the anticipation of its new models. Still, fiscal fourth quarter sales came in at $64.7 billion. Beating Bloomberg analyst. Estimates of 63.5 billion and sales of Max and Services also reached all time highs in the quarters. However, in greater China revenue fell 29% to $7.9 billion. That's the lowest in several years. Still Apple CEO Tim Cook was optimistic during an earnings call. Greater China is the region that was most heavily impacted by the absence of the new iPhones during the September quarter. Still, we beat our internal expectations in the region. Growing non iPhone revenue, strong double digits. An iPhone customer demand grew through mid September. Oppa once again gave no forecast for the key holiday quarter. Coming up. It was understandable. They sighted covert 19 and the uncertainty from rising cases in the U. S. And in Europe, Doug

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Reparations: How Could It Work?

Science Vs

04:56 min | 1 d ago

Reparations: How Could It Work?

"On today's show reparations. Okay. Well, My name is Ebony picket I am a wife and a mother of seven. And four bonus children. So that's total of eleven. You'll hear some of those kids in the background. And Ebony is one of the few black folks in the country is actually been given reparations. It was because decades ago family was the victim of a horrible massacre. It happened in a small town by a lot of black people lived called Rosewood in Florida. And it all started on. New. Year's Eve in one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, two. So. It was a happy time. It was a time when they were celebrating and they were cooking and they have fireworks little sparklers. Enjoying another. A group of white people in a nearby town had become convinced that a black man attacked a white woman. And over the next few days, hundreds of them poured into Rosewood in a frenzy. Nobody really was expecting it from what we know. They just started shooting up the house from outside and that's what they did for seven whole days and they didn't stop until everything in the town was burned down. Every house was burned down to the crown. Some of our family members were lynched. One of my cousins Sam Carter, his ear was cut off they will keep it in the jar the white mob killed him, and then kept this man's Lia in a jar. Souvenirs, but it was very brutal. The local police just let all of this happen and many Rosewood residents ran and hid in nearby forests and swamps. There was there was no one coming to help for rescue and? That was in the data winter so they were in the cold swap. For seven days. Hundreds of people were forced to leave the harms and at least six black residents were killed. None of the black families went back they had to stop their lives ova. And Today Basically nothing is left of this town. No one was ever charged for the murders or the destruction of homes and businesses. Ebony said it was so traumatic that for years the families were afraid to even talk about what had happened. But in the nineteen eighties, the younger generation decided to speak out. Ebony family took the story to the media to politicians to whoever would listen and they hired a law firm who took their case to the state legislature asking the Florida government to acknowledge what happened and to pay restitution for by the survivors and their descendants. In other words. They asked for reparations. And they got it. Producer rose ramlet talk to ebony about this. Yeah. I read about it being passed as a bipartisan effort, which now seems like a miracle. Yeah. Right. That doesn't really have much anymore in one, thousand, nine, hundred, ninety, four when this bill was passed they would just nine survivors still alive and the state gave each of them up to one hundred and fifty thousand dollars. What did it mean for the survivors the direct survivors when the bill was passed full of emotion. A lot of there were crying some of them were still afraid really even then. Even then. And for descendants like Ebony, they set up a scholarship fund it paid for her college. Education. I was able to actually get a bachelor of science degree in Occupational Therapy Kinda. gave me. You know kind of like a new life a new hope I was a books to actually go into a major that I could actually excel in and into well then. So yeah so it was great. It's great for me. While this reparations plan wasn't Pathak and some of Ebony relatives couldn't benefit from the program. This story shows us that use possible for the US to recognize when it's done. Something wrong. And pay up. So what would happen if this played out on a much larger scale? Because we're not just talking about one horrible attack in one small town. The idea here is that reparations would make amends for something much bigger. Slavery. More than two hundred years of enslaving people and using their free Labor to build the US economy. And while this idea might feel like a political nonstarter. It's starting to get some real attention. Almost a third of Americans polled lost yet said that they were in favour of reparations and a bill to study. This has more than one hundred and fifty signatures in Congress right now. So for us we're wondering. How on Earth to academics calculate how much reparations would bait? Like how do you put a number on that kind of suffering? And how would the US actually pay for it?

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Building a Start-ups CX Is a Creative Endeavor

Designing Next: Achieving growth through transformation and innovation

05:58 min | 2 d ago

Building a Start-ups CX Is a Creative Endeavor

"Chad. How are things today? Steve is great today looking forward to a conversation with our guests feels like a another guest that has a background is really relevant in twenty-twenty and we get to explore a company similar to our last guest doordash but in a slightly different Arena off doordash, you're right. It's it's going to be a really interesting conversation as you alluded to Our Guest today is calling Crowley. He's the vice president of customer experience at freshly and they are in the food Tech space and and really kind of the most in their own category. There are Weekly subscription service that delivers fresh gluten-free healthy Chef prepared meals in these meals are fully cooked. So all people dead. Do is reheat and eat. So when you think of it as you alluded to on the Continuum of Home Delivery, it's it's between doordash and our friend and and last episodes gas Anastasia story back and change their idea of of fully cooked meals delivered from restaurants. And then on the other side is something like Blue Apron which delivers you the ingredients and then you cook it and colon has had an interesting path to Fred. He's actually a published playwright and he started his career in the world of National Security working for think tanks in Washington DC and then he transitioned a customer experience working for e-commerce ticket company called ticket Network before moving to Freshly and he's been in freshly for just about five years now and I'm excited to talk to him because he's built their customer experience and support team from basically scratched and not having over 220 people and along the way he's the complete infrastructure of the customer experience including all of the structures of the procedures and and really the culture such ad. As we get into this conversation with calling. What are you looking forward to learning from him? I'm looking forward to learning from his creativity, you know, Colin having his background as a playwright you think about our previous guest we've got a DJ a jazz musician right? One of our guests had a background in Theology, and and today we have someone with a theater background, so I'm really interested in learning about the process that I went through that must have been a very creative process and building the CX infrastructure at freshly. Yeah. Absolutely. There's going to be a lot to talk about he's got so much to share about how he approached building this infrastructure. So let's go ahead and let's get started. Welcome Colin. Thank you so much for joining us today. Thanks is great to be here. Yeah, man, we're looking forward to this conversation. So it would be great if we could start out by maybe just having you tell us a bit about your background and what brought you to Freshly. Sure. Yeah, I kind of came into the customer experience space through a backdoor route. You may say initially studied history and political science and school and then I focused on what school security studies Worth US National Security. So it's going to have my my life working for a think tank or something like that cuz I like writing and researching and so forth. So I was down in Washington DC area and then ended up moving back up to the New England area because I'm from Massachusetts originally and moved up to help some family and I kind of divorced myself from any of the world of think tanks and so forth. So I ended up getting a job at the commotion take a network. Would you like one of the major competitors to Stubhub in the event entertainment in the event ticketing space and they were looking for someone who would come in and essentially do an analysis of their customer support infrastructure commend changes that would put it more in line with industry best practices. And the reason the CEO chose me was because I had the the communication background and I also had experience with The theater World cuz I'm also produced playwright. So I was just in the throes of getting one of my Works produced and really kind of co-producing that so he liked the the the blend of the Arts and the operational Logistics aspect of things off. So we kind of took a chance on me. So to speak and I stepped into this role and really dug deep down and learned my way through the industry and started to build up a team there especially in a customer support team and taking Network that ended up being about 14 people at its height and that dealt with certain higher-end clientele and I did that for about six years and also dabbled in some product management and things of that nature but was there too I moved to Freshly five years ago. So soon after the company was founded and we moved our headquarters to New York City and we just got in our series a and there was there's one other person in Customer Support who's staying with us as our senior training manager, but there was just one person there answering phone calls web chats emails Etc. And I was basically tasked with building up the customer support infrastructure from the ground up and Thursday. Really intrigued with the company and the product and just the excitement of being able to be a part of a company at that very very early stage. So I spent my first year and half so really until late 2016 just building the infrastructure of the team so high and hiring great people and creating a performance evaluation system and creating policies and creating tracking mechanisms for everything from customer satisfaction to customer issues and a training system and basically everything that you need for an organization to run smoothly. And then since then we really taken off we're home starting from 2017. We went from New York to open up a separate contact center out in Arizona and then we moved from Arizona to add some people in Maryland. And then Maryland we moved to add some people abroad So currently we have about two hundred twenty people in our customer support organization across five locations three in the US and two separate offices in the Philippines the little detours here and there we did some experiments and some other locations like wage. Africa and India so now I spend most of my time focused on some more overarching strategic issues and a lot spent in the technology space. So RPA and Ai and things of that nature.

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Making Gay History: Les-Lee in Paris

Making Gay History

05:27 min | 2 d ago

Making Gay History: Les-Lee in Paris

"Let's join studs, terkel, and Leslie, in a room full of raucous patrons as less the proud host begins by sharing a bit of his club's ghoulish history. Actually the place was called the czar before because it was the stable of Duke Giza. And Which? Actually this beam. This right above your head is where he was hung. History then. History. Exactly. That's why they the we know that they couldn't fill the building down even if they wanted to because it's point of history and all points of history in Paris or not allowed to be changed you yourself. I'm not French. No, I'm not I'm Montreal boy from. Canada. And I've been in Paris for seven years now. What led you to. Paris. Actually, my my business. I. I'M A female impersonator I worked to New York and. Walking in Finocchio in San Francisco at the time. And a manager of one of the big shows here in Paris Saami working and asked me to come to Paris. You abused me so. I. I haven't been back since. Scrapped this art or skill female impersonation remembers a small boy I saw someone named Julian Elton. Actually. Was the first. In America whoever became a big star? He did silent movies with Gloria Swanson. Does the the technique, the theme female impersonation itself. has changed a great deal especially in Europe because the female impressed is in Europe they. They are not like the female impersonators in America nor the tax of Jillian Nelson's of being. As. A boy in the daytime and a female impersonator impersonating at night. The female impersonator in Europe have gone to the extent of taking female hormone injection over them growing their own hair and living as women which I don't approve of I don't think they're neither one the other at that point. He realizes that there is this difference. Oh, they do the American theme at leaves Split Life, it's not a life. It's it's like any any entertainer actually I mean. A clown, the clown. In the circus and personality of his own. I'm the Daytona. Maria life. Now Your Tech. Now, what is your your interpretation you believe in the American tation? Do I think that's the whole lot of being female impersonator. I mean there is people who know me and have seen me as a female impersonator. Who I've passed on the street the day after not knowing me at all here then is the scale they are. Yeah. We think we'd be on personnel of many who we personate celebrated figures actresses or Social feed you. Know I do not I have my own personality which I pushed forward and jokes and I sing in my own natural voice I don't try to. Make anything artificial about the the art of my work is just. Looking something different than what I have the art of allusion as. You. Say you singing your natural voice and yet you're female. So this then. Because of illusion would come through as a contralto perhaps noah tenor, a male tenor voice mail tenor voice but the illusion of seeing me as a girls, it becomes more feminine. Is. Doing. Tricks. The matter of Luge Network. So it's a question of being an art and a skill with the rather than the way of life. Exactly. The Place of south of whichever host. The White Food, the menu looks most Tyson. Need you have a certain way? Well, we chose we we have tried to keep the food. Somewhat French home cooking because the French cuisine in Paris is very very hoti seasons and lots of wine and very fancy very heavy. Actually it's the best of cuisine in the world they say L. O. Myself, I prefer a hamburger coca-cola. that. We tried to keep it very simple and the old homemade bread and something we've tried to kept to go with. The atmosphere of the room because it's all in an old wood and Just ordinary flat walls back to you again less UAE. Your theme impersonator. Why did you come to wipe Paris? While they're more female impersonators here there would be another cities in the world no no I don't think so but I think the Art of female impersonating. Much more highly looked at. Only in America regardless freakish as we'll be. In America Tall. Set you feel more perhaps more accepted I mean you're accepted to to a point if you're an entertainer or an artist, they will look at you and respect you I have very very. High respect here in Paris because everyone knows me as being a female impersonator. Like back home of people know me of being a female impersonator. They have shunned their noses in point. which doesn't make any difference to me because they don't pay my bills and if my life long as I don't hurt anyone and I have my family who respect me most important thing

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Sisters, 18 and 21, attacked Chicago store security guard, stabbing him 27 times after they refused to wear face masks

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

02:22 min | 2 d ago

Sisters, 18 and 21, attacked Chicago store security guard, stabbing him 27 times after they refused to wear face masks

"To Chicago Sisters accused of stabbing a store security guard twenty-seven time God after he asked them to wear a mask. Two sisters were charged with first degree attempted murder on Tuesday after they allegedly stabbed a security guard twenty seven times just said no you, right. After he asked to women to wear a mask and use the store provided hand sanitizer police say he's talk about an overreaction and. It's one overreaction to another over-reaction ultimately that's true. Yeah. But this is generally why businesses are told. You don't don't push people on this because people are freaking crazy clearly a Chicago Police Department spokesperson told NBC News that Jessica Hill and her sister J la initially got into a verbal altercation with the guard at a shoe store in Chicago after they refused to wear a mask the late Sunday afternoon incident turned physical get him between women and their shoes. You're. Not Wrong. When one of the sisters allegedly pulled out a knife and stabbed guard multiple times. Back Neck and arms police say oh man. Chicago police said that the thirty two year old victim was hospitalized at Mount Sinai Hospital in critical condition while the sisters were arrested and treated at a hospital nearby for minor injuries. According to police the women were in good condition and later boat at Cook County jail. And a bond hearing. Soak it. Circuit Court of Cook County. That is a lot of sees judge Mary. Maruko charged women with first degree attempted murder and order them to be held without bond. I don't know if it's first degree but. It's pretty outrageous. First degree premeditated. That's right. Yeah. Yeah. This doesn't sound like it was premeditated. For the moment second degree, the sisters a court appointed attorney could not be immediately reached for comment. But the Chicago Tribune reported that the defense lawyer argued that they were acting in self defense and that they have bipolar disorder, they have some kind of disorder for sure if someone asks you to put on a mask or something, you don't you don't whip out a knife stabbed twenty seven times that's mental illness. The defense attorney added that the pair had not intended to commit a crime nor that they have co a criminal record but the judge said the sheer numbers of stab wounds. Let's Concern Inc the Chicago, Sun? Times reported.

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Profit Margin Tensions Souring Relationship Between Apple and Foxconn

Daily Tech News Show

01:02 min | 2 d ago

Profit Margin Tensions Souring Relationship Between Apple and Foxconn

"The information sources say that Foxconn has been telling apple that hired more workers for project than it actually has using apple owned factory equipment to make products for rivals and cutting corners, component and product testing. Some of the more than two dozen sources also said that apple has increased monitoring a foxconn employees and equipment as a result of this. The sources say that since Tim Cook took over at Apple, it's put pressure on Foxconn to reduce costs to apple this pressure on Fox cons margin is thought to. Be The reason for the corner cutting Foxconn is tried selling equipment for manufacturing and component testing to other manufacturers to little success. Reportedly, it also developed its own Polish for iphone screens rather than buying it from a Japanese company and in a specific example of corner cut foxconn allegedly decided not to disassemble rejected iphone sevens but instead opened them removed the debris and then resealed them to avoid wasting materials. Apple wasn't informed this deviation from protocol.

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iPhone 12 and 5G

The 3:59

04:51 min | 3 d ago

iPhone 12 and 5G

"Switch gears to the twelve just launch last week and I know you can't talk about the numbers specifically got earnings coming out but. I'm just trying to get a sense of from your from your perspective, how well they sold and how does that compare to previous years the at least the launch timeframe from previous years, I think. Roger. In many ways last week represented the start the final start firing gun of the five G. era. We've been living for the last decade since twenty ten in the four G.. Erez. All the competitors fought and scrape to build networks from from t mobile standpoint. We started the four G. era dead last among the major carriers you've been covering a since then we had no four G. L.. T. E., no iphone, no national distribution and we were the distant number four. Now as the five G. starts this week because of the launch of the iphone to complete our our lineup of phones. T mobile is way in front, and that's a huge advantage for us. We've got twenty five million people covered with high speed mid band five. Gee, that's many times the speed, of Lt, and by the way we have one point four, million square miles covered with five. More than at and T. and verizon combined. So you're asking about the iphone it's been popular. It's been appealing and it's the official firing gun and start of the five G. era and T. mobile's way ahead. 'cause you talked about five G. and I know in terms of deployment you guys are in the lead in terms of breath coverage but you know verizon CEO has westbrook was on stage with Tim. Cook. At the IPHONE launch any warrior concerned that you know that that linkage that association or cemented rises because they've spent a lot of hyping up their five G. Network as well. But association with apple you worry about that that the perception even if that may not be the reality is that Reisen is leader and five G.. Now, not at all we have a great partnership with apple actually saw it in today's announcement that Apple TV plus comes free with customers who sign up in a long standing tradition of a great collaboration I don't know if you've noticed but during that announcement when it became so clear how centered around five G. The announced the IPHONE would be t mobile stock ran up and the other two went backwards even as Hans stood there on on stage and so you know look. People know that T. mobile is in the pole position in the five G. era, we have the assets or more mid band and low band spectrum than at and T. and verizon combined and more five G. already deployed in terms of square miles than both of them combined, and by the way not low-speed five G. But massive high capacity many times the speeds of Lt, five G. that will be reaching that high speed portfolio will reach a hundred million people by the end of this year. That's two months away while brazen goes around no wonder they're on TV. So often talking to journalists because they're trying to focus people's attention on. Ultra wideband lt that we have also, but that they only have in a smattering of places around the country and that's their whole play on high-speed. The rest is very low capacity shared spectrum with Lt e, the same highway there dividing up between five G. and LT and so there's no comparison they know it. We know it and Wall Street. Knows too well. We've just through been through one iphone launched got another set of iphones are launching next month with the Pro Max and the mini in. So I'm curious if we're GONNA see we did see some aggressive promotions from you with this launch. Are we going to see additional promotions or new promotions going into next month or you feel like you're satisfied with deals offering right now? Well, I could just go ahead and pre-announce all the promotions right now that works for you. Down that. Yeah you know what? We're disruptive competitive. This environment has times that were everybody's competing aggressively and putting out incredible promotions and it's got other times where you know we're taking a breath and reloading and getting ready and do you know what? It doesn't matter in both types of competitive environments t mobile thrives because our customers understand that on balance we offer the best value. You know we're willing to do go the extra mile for them offer the value especially when you look at the phone deal. Combined with the rape plan deal the total amount. You'RE GONNA pay. You have the chance at T. mobile now for the first time ever to have the best deal. And the best network, this industry is always made you choose, and now the customers are increasingly realizing. They can have both

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iPhone 12 and 5G

The 3:59

04:51 min | 3 d ago

iPhone 12 and 5G

"Switch gears to the twelve just launch last week and I know you can't talk about the numbers specifically got earnings coming out but. I'm just trying to get a sense of from your from your perspective, how well they sold and how does that compare to previous years the at least the launch timeframe from previous years, I think. Roger. In many ways last week represented the start the final start firing gun of the five G. era. We've been living for the last decade since twenty ten in the four G.. Erez. All the competitors fought and scrape to build networks from from t mobile standpoint. We started the four G. era dead last among the major carriers you've been covering a since then we had no four G. L.. T. E., no iphone, no national distribution and we were the distant number four. Now as the five G. starts this week because of the launch of the iphone to complete our our lineup of phones. T mobile is way in front, and that's a huge advantage for us. We've got twenty five million people covered with high speed mid band five. Gee, that's many times the speed, of Lt, and by the way we have one point four, million square miles covered with five. More than at and T. and verizon combined. So you're asking about the iphone it's been popular. It's been appealing and it's the official firing gun and start of the five G. era and T. mobile's way ahead. 'cause you talked about five G. and I know in terms of deployment you guys are in the lead in terms of breath coverage but you know verizon CEO has westbrook was on stage with Tim. Cook. At the IPHONE launch any warrior concerned that you know that that linkage that association or cemented rises because they've spent a lot of hyping up their five G. Network as well. But association with apple you worry about that that the perception even if that may not be the reality is that Reisen is leader and five G.. Now, not at all we have a great partnership with apple actually saw it in today's announcement that Apple TV plus comes free with customers who sign up in a long standing tradition of a great collaboration I don't know if you've noticed but during that announcement when it became so clear how centered around five G. The announced the IPHONE would be t mobile stock ran up and the other two went backwards even as Hans stood there on on stage and so you know look. People know that T. mobile is in the pole position in the five G. era, we have the assets or more mid band and low band spectrum than at and T. and verizon combined and more five G. already deployed in terms of square miles than both of them combined, and by the way not low-speed five G. But massive high capacity many times the speeds of Lt, five G. that will be reaching that high speed portfolio will reach a hundred million people by the end of this year. That's two months away while brazen goes around no wonder they're on TV. So often talking to journalists because they're trying to focus people's attention on. Ultra wideband lt that we have also, but that they only have in a smattering of places around the country and that's their whole play on high-speed. The rest is very low capacity shared spectrum with Lt e, the same highway there dividing up between five G. and LT and so there's no comparison they know it. We know it and Wall Street. Knows too well. We've just through been through one iphone launched got another set of iphones are launching next month with the Pro Max and the mini in. So I'm curious if we're GONNA see we did see some aggressive promotions from you with this launch. Are we going to see additional promotions or new promotions going into next month or you feel like you're satisfied with deals offering right now? Well, I could just go ahead and pre-announce all the promotions right now that works for you. Down that. Yeah you know what? We're disruptive competitive. This environment has times that were everybody's competing aggressively and putting out incredible promotions and it's got other times where you know we're taking a breath and reloading and getting ready and do you know what? It doesn't matter in both types of competitive environments t mobile thrives because our customers understand that on balance we offer the best value. You know we're willing to do go the extra mile for them offer the value especially when you look at the phone deal. Combined with the rape plan deal the total amount. You'RE GONNA pay. You have the chance at T. mobile now for the first time ever to have the best deal. And the best network, this industry is always made you choose, and now the customers are increasingly realizing. They can have both

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INSANE CASE STUDY: Publishing For 365 Days Straight

Marketing Secrets

06:16 min | 3 d ago

INSANE CASE STUDY: Publishing For 365 Days Straight

"All right so She has been talking about publishing. For years. About the power of why we should be publishing daily and I remember at one of our Club X. Events. I made a statement I said. Everyone the audience that if you will publish single day for a year by end of the year I'm convinced you have you'll be financially free. And I think people looked at me and said, cool. Some people said, there's no way and very few people actually did it. They're having people have people sailing enough are having a lot of success right now. So I still stand by that like you pick to wear you to publish that and do it every single day. For Year, you should be successful because a couple of things can happen number one. It will give you a chance and give you time to find your voice and number two. It gives your audience enough time to come and find you right and so that's kind of the reason behind it. and. So what's cool is this morning Brandon Fisher whose one of the guys here my team it is all kind of our video. Steph he sent me this trailer and I haven't watched the documentary I watched the trailer this morning and it was amazing. So I if you go to we are Jim and Sam Dot com, you can go and watch the trailer for this documentary called after. So many days and so I don't know why sent to me. So I cook play and in this minute fifty trailer if this documentary, it tells a story about a couple who newlyweds in Jim in San who've been trying for decade to get to hit it with music right? They were playing show their practice seven for ten years had no success and they decided they needed to do. Something crazy. We need to figure out a way to pay the things successful, and so they decided that they were going to do a show every single day for three, hundred, sixty, five days. Right Andy and I haven't seen the documentary I am so excited to go and watch it. But. Just from the trailer. You see what happens is they go out there and they start doing a show and they some of the shows like next to these guys cutting down trees because only person there listened to him some of these little bars are. Just wherever they can find a place to perform show in front of humans right and they started doing this and they started doing this and by the end of the trailer, they're performing in front of these audiences of tens of thousands of people and There's this quota the in the trailer that was so powerful factor wrote down to one to share with you at the end the trailer he says. So here we go making something happen every single day, and then boom they start on this journey and it want to show you because man. you. So many of this dream we have our art right for the for Jim Sam. It's they're they're banned for for you could be an offer product, a coaching program, the book of course, a CD, a physical product service you do could be whatever right with is visually of our dream and we go out there and try to put out there. but the magic of this and I cannot wait to wash documentary having ten more episodes getting out about this but the concept of our free be successful it's not just going out there and dabbling or there I'm going to read a book I'm GonNa go try to whatever it's like here we go making something happen every single day. What are you doing every single day to make your dream come true right like what is it right for most of us if we're satisfied publishing I duNno Nathan Berry who is the founder kid? Really good solid off a program He said the same thing is like I'm gonNA write a blog post every single day for a year a sat down and he started doing it and I was really hard right but then got in the habit of this like every damn. Sit down. I'M GONNA reading thousand words red thousand every minute early morning. Yeah. Thousand words, thousand words, and by the time a year cup up his company had blown up. Things happen from it, and so I think for all of us men they just they just serve such a good reminder. How do we publish something every single day? Right and so this is the rallying call K. as you hazard going to commit to this and say, okay, I'm GonNa do this. Calls. So here we go. Making something happened every single day. So what does that for you? What is that lever with the thing you do every single day it's GonNa. Change everything for you. You've got to figure out exactly what that is and then focus on and do it consistently every single day for you. If you do that a couple things happen number one, you will find your voice gay I, guarantee them for formula show every single day for your what happened they got better they will like if people didn't like they like they, they mastered their craft right. The second thing is that as they're going out there and doing this over and over and over again, the consistency gave their audience a chance to find them. I talked about and traffic secrets because we'll. I shared another one of Nathan varies. Thousand. Blog posts are hundred bog whatever hundred, sixty, five blog posts. He did that year. When was called you have to endure long enough to get noticed talked about they said you know it's interesting because you think about. TV shows or movies or documentaries like like how many TV shows did you find out about like season four or five rice at the the problems are so much content being created all the time that That the market the waits to to see what's good enough is going to rise to the top right and so it's it's testing. You I think for all of US I. Okay. The Universe God the market you know whoever testing you see. Do you really want this? How bad you want how bad you care about your message to hear anything to be a blog once a week about it and you care if you're gonNA blind date about it do you care about the every single day? You're GonNa make something happen because if you do if you are. Then you get rewarded tethers reason now that I'm having still having so much success in my business, right? Despite the ups and the downs in the all the things I have been doing this. Now for eighteen years, eighteen years I've been beating this drum over and over and over I beat this drum when nobody was listening I beat this drum when people were angry at Stroman when clients relieving beat this drama kept doing it and doing it and doing it because I believed it so much because I cared about semester I knew the impact he could and would have if I just kept doing it kept doing it kept doing it and now eighteen years later. I'm still learning. So becoming better I'm still I still make tons of stupid mistakes. Right? Eighteen years letter later I found my voice right and my audience is finding me and it will continue to hopefully continue to grow and keep evolving. But that's definitely what's what's happening. So

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Illinois Gov. Pritzker bans indoor dining in Chicago after latest surge of COVID-19 cases

Chicago's Afternoon News

00:24 sec | 3 d ago

Illinois Gov. Pritzker bans indoor dining in Chicago after latest surge of COVID-19 cases

"Tighter mitigations for Chicago beginning on Friday, there will be no indoor dining of bars and restaurants and group gatherings will be limited to 25. But this just in an interview with W D W T T W Mayor Lightfoot says she's trying to convince the governor to change his mind, citing concerns about the economy. But she acknowledged the metrics aren't looking good. The same rules go into effect in suburban Cook County. Tomorrow, we'll have more on this developing

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Indoor Dining Banned In Chicago, Governor Cites Rising COVID Case Numbers

John Howell

00:32 sec | 3 d ago

Indoor Dining Banned In Chicago, Governor Cites Rising COVID Case Numbers

"That starting on Friday, there will be no more indoor dining or indoor bar service in the city of Chicago because of rising Covad 19 cases. He's also limiting gatherings. In the city to 25 no more than 25. People may gather at one time or another indoor spaces. The governor says that there's an increase in hospital admissions. In the city as well from Cove in 19 Judge in Cook County is

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A Recipe From Deborah Madison

Monocle 24: The Menu

03:45 min | 4 d ago

A Recipe From Deborah Madison

"This is Deborah Madison the author of an onion in my pocket, and the recipe I want to talk about is an Eggplant Gra ten with a golden. Dome Saffron recalled the custard. This has long been one of my favorite dishes. But when we made it at Greens, I used to add greer cheese to it to make it more substantial main course those who are concerns that that time people felt satisfied I've now taken the greer cheese out since it wasn't there in the original recipe, which is actually by Richard Only, and here's how it goes. So you're GONNA start with about two pounds or a bit more of a plant. All of oil, a small red onion finely diced upon clove of garlic minced a half a teaspoon of herbs vence or a tablespoon margin lease chopped. Two. And a half pounds of full tomatoes that are ripe that are peeled, seeded and chopped or two cups of crush canned tomatoes. Sea salt freshly ground pepper to eggs a cup of ricotta a quarter cup of milk a good pinch of saffron threads that have been crumbled and soaked in a tablespoon of very hot water and a half a cup of freshly grated. Parmigiano reggiano cheese, and finally ten large Basil Leaves tournant pieces. Okay. We're going to heat the oven to four hundred degrees Fahrenheit with and then cut the eggplants in half lengthwise. If you've got just one large eggplant, cut it in quarters, slice each quarter crosswise about a half an inch thick. Slices lightly with oil on both sides and then set them on a sheet pan and bake until the bottom sides have brown. About fifteen minutes. Turn them over and Brown. The second side, this often takes less time. So do check after about eight minutes. When the EGGPLANT is done, remove it from the oven and reduced the heat to three hundred fifty degrees. To, make the tomato sauce warm two tablespoons olive oil in a wide skillet when it's hot at the onion garlic and herb surpr- vence crush I between the fingers or the fresh. Marjoram Stir to the onion with the oil. Then reduce the heat too low and cook gently until the Union is soft twelve to fifteen minutes. Add. The chopped fresh or canned tomatoes raise the heat and cooks during occasionally until the liquid has cooked off and the sauces fairly thick. To make the custard, wisc the aches and stirring the Kota Melk sufferin and Parmigiano reggiano cheese season with a few pinches of salt and some short ground pepper. To assemble the Gratin, choose an earthenware casserole with two inch sides in eight cup capacity. Spread a cup of the sauce and the dish then set down the overlapping layers of a plant. Season it was salt and pepper scatter. Half the torn basil leaves over the surface. Then Dab about a quarter cup of sauce over those plants then make another layer of the remaining eggplant seasoned with salt and pepper add the torn basil and cover with the rest of the tomato sauce for the custard overall and bake until it is golden gently swelled and even Brown in places about forty minutes, we moved from the oven and let the croutons rest for about ten minutes before serving.

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2 More Illinois Regions to See Increased COVID-19 Restrictions, Including Chicago's Cook County

WBBM Early Afternoon News

00:54 sec | 5 d ago

2 More Illinois Regions to See Increased COVID-19 Restrictions, Including Chicago's Cook County

"Not surprising that over the weekend to more regions in Illinois region for Metro East as well as region, 10 suburban Cook

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Mitigation restrictions to be announced for Chicago's suburban Cook County

Wintrust Business Lunch with Steve Bertrand

00:32 sec | 5 d ago

Mitigation restrictions to be announced for Chicago's suburban Cook County

"Another 4729 new corona virus cases today in 17 additional deaths that includes a male in his thirties statewide positivity rate is 6.3% Governor Pritzker will be announcing New Koven 19 Resurgence. Mitigation measures will be implemented in the Metro East Area and suburban Cook County Region, four has had a positivity rate of 8% or above for three consecutive days. Region. 10 10 has has had had eight eight straight straight days days of of increases increases in in test test positivity positivity and and seven seven days days straight straight of of increased increased hospital hospital admissions. admissions. He'll He'll provide provide

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"wanna cook" Discussed on JKNews

JKNews

01:45 min | Last month

"wanna cook" Discussed on JKNews

"How. Di Octopus like me and I would I I like my cat my cat gives me purrs every day. I Lo- cats on my mom's here. She brought it everywhere on your mom. The. Everyone she's kind of scared acute. Tired of. Don't open it. To school because my mom was like I have work all day. Always brought pets. Backpacks Barn. A. Different neighborhood yeah. That didn't stop bar. Oh, well speaking of food and this is not animal. This is Yummy. Plants and fruit. Jonah's start sponsor nearly harvest I really like David Harvest because they have these radio breakfast things that unlike other oatmeal even if you go to like your local coffee shop, it's dried fruits that you throw in your oatmeal these guys used whole fruits. So I really like that because it's really easy to go and have overnight host us balls like just really quick to eat. Food. From daily harvest and I really really loved them. Daily harvest delivers delicious food bill on organic fruits and vegetables like I just said right to your door and it just takes a few minutes to prepare I never have the question of the food I'm eating is good for me and I don't even WanNa think about prepping meals. I don't WanNa Cook I don't WanNa clean after all that stuff. I just want to eat food and sat sometimes because like when I'm editing videos or waiting for people to edit my videos like I don't. I don't even want to think you know you just you just get in the zone and you don't WanNa Cook..

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"wanna cook" Discussed on Good For You

Good For You

08:07 min | 2 months ago

"wanna cook" Discussed on Good For You

"I just feel like we've taken like a couple of the ones that went crazy and just really amplified it. There's a war on child stars and I am going to fight and help. Okay we need to get back to your dating. Because I'm GonNa fix this. I'm. GonNa. Solve this. He doesn't text. Okay. You're not going to take him for three weeks. Please do we never speaker we don't speak for about a year but I. Like. My dream. But do you get scared like? Do you get scared? Of just strangers who are these people? Oh, you mean you're like meeting up with these. Yeah I mean. With you on your dates from now on these people. Okay this is really I'm really stressed out for you things. I'm really stressed out about it. I've been trying to figure it out for long to let people set you up Yeah I totally would but I had a friend would set me up on like anybody she went out with once that went really badly she likes me up with that person I. What is that I do that all the time we're all. Like I won't go well no but. My friend like you'd be perfect for her always did that and I'm always like if they weren't like good with you like and she'd be like I don't know feels like are different than me like maybe you'll like him but it always be like the same problem usually, right? Right. Right and what's the most annoying thing that you're finding in guys Dating Online. Most annoying besides posing with tigers your photos, you fucking twinsies I know that's the worst but I don't know probably. I noticed that like a lot of guys like ask you out and you'll go on like one day, and then they think that's like it like they took you on one date. So like then now it's called the coffee from there like sit at their house and like not really doing anything here come up with any plans. That's like a major thing that always happens like one day one good one, and then they like did it. That is so true. Holy Shit one day, and then they're like nailed it I like we went and got lemongrass chicken now we're going to just hang in each other's houses for three months. It's so bad like in bacchus Japan. Kind of. has made it a little bit more. People, but it's like. No you can still go on to hike. Yeah. Still you can still eat outside or whatever. Yeah. I feel like guys like us the pandemic as an excuse to just like sit on their couch like I get a lot of that. Come over and watch. TV. I get that a lot. and. Not Dancers No. By the way I answer is fucking hard pass. Yeah. Honestly next time ago does that copy and paste my phone number and say Texas person just to talk to you. I will it happens a lot. You're going to be getting a Lotta Texan I have the first three dates no sitting on couches. Weird because like they're scared to put effort in or because they just don't want to or because. Couch that's they on their own couch I. think There's sloppiness. I think there's a like a casual a trend towards casual that I do not fuck with because my thing is in the first three days I'm looking for the way you're treating me because I know how you're GonNa treat me because I know you want I know what you want. I I want to see how you treat service people I wanna see how you waiters I want to see how you tip valets. I WanNa see the way you behave in the world I want to see how you talk in order food how you order like that's the kind of stuff I'm looking for I can't find that out in your fucking house. That's true. You have no idea no idea. Also trend in like not carrying as cool. Now, if I just don't care, it's like so always kind of been like that though not caring not it's cool. No, it's. It's lame. It's. Ugly and my thing is like I just don't I don't think that. It'd be the pandemic makes it crazy but you can still at a level of formality to even being at home like let me Cook you dinner or do you WanNa Cook dinner together to do this senior like put some fucking effort him. Yes, true. I Cook Dinner With this guy that and I thought it was so cute that he was like I'm going to get all the ingredients and stuff and let's cook together. Then like you know in movies and stuff when people cook together it's like it's cute like they're talking the whole time and they're. They have a script written for them they memorize lines and they had people put. Someone in post production edits it looks like they're talking and like even if something goes wrong in a movie like if if like the MAC and cheese is burnt they laugh and kiss, it doesn't matter well when I went over to this guy's house and. He couldn't multitask. So anytime I'd speak he'd be like Sh-. I was like dude, like you went out of your way to get all this stuff to like hang out in like cook and. Like talk and I didn't say that I was thinking that and he was just like literally every time I tried to start a conversation he just sh. Sh a Manchester America's sweetheart. So to be sure. Carlito. Went like literally, and he do it all the time like we'd be watching something on TV and he'd be like I watch tiger king, which is like not good but we watched it and basically like. Anytime I try. That's something you talk during right like it's not like you don't have to like seriously like focus on. And he was like Sh- every. Let you be alone my bad. This is making me. So things being interrupted and then like he was making a steak and he was like, I can't I can't concentrate because I was trying to say something to him and then it was so weird and then we like sat there and we basically in silence Oh and he was like all he said was, how's the steak the entire time and because he made it and I was like really good. And I was literally like the entire time he doesn't want you to stop talking. About this, it was so bad can I ask what he did for a living or will that give it away? No he played tennis. Athlete. Oh Yeah I mean come on no athletes no heights athletes red flag. That's a red flag. Do you want to go through some red flags? Okay. So no athletes no. No. Boy Band. boyz period. Noble bans. Musicians images. Much additions musicians What else what if a guy says he's a poet is that no spoken word? Definitely not no, no, no, no no no no. No. No the. Poet people say there are poets. They WANNA have Kurt texts like I'm a poet. Sorry. Actor. This is L-. I mean actors is a tricky one they lie for a living. They literally get paid money for how good they are at pretending and lying. So if you want to sign up for that. Speed you're dating someone that wins awards for how good they are at duping people in lying to be ball you know. So it's hard to trust an actor. I also think that actors. That work ones at work nor the work it's only date like bad actors. Yeah. because. Then you. To various. Bat that's the only kind you're allowed to date. So you can tell when they're lying, they're real before. I here's the thing I don't like judging people based on their job because I don't like it. When people judge me based on my job like when they're like, oh well, she's a female comedian. She must be this this this like that's true. There's always exceptions to like you never know and that said I'm the first person that when I'm GonNa fight with the guy and look on the theme McConnell would you could have it? Third. I do play that card but I don't like it when people play that card at me, 'cause I is a very specific neurology that makes us the way we are. So I, thought of something when you came in today, you made me realize a red flag it is a red flag when you go to someone's house and they apologize about how much of a mess their houses even if their houses put together because that's someone who is a perfectionist..

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"wanna cook" Discussed on The Semi-Social Life of a Black Introvert Podcast

The Semi-Social Life of a Black Introvert Podcast

04:26 min | 2 months ago

"wanna cook" Discussed on The Semi-Social Life of a Black Introvert Podcast

"In a times. Disrespect Yo. Air Bring it back respect respect your better than that. Just because everybody else was doing donate, you're better than that. something. That stays with me to this day when I when I when when I slip up. When I make mistakes of any type air. You're better than that. I hear these women tell me. Better than that. I learned from them. I respect women. I I'm not the type to be like Yo just because you're a woman, you gotta be second-class you got in the kitchen Nah I don't necessarily want you in the kitchen because I'm in the kitchen to me cooks in the kitchen creates chaos on good if you're not in the kitchen. I'm good if you WanNa Cook Cook if you don't don't. I'm not too much of a man not to foreclose why because I like folding clothes I don't know why I liked door laundry on that dude. I'm still being taught by women. Just this week. My Wife. We were talking about some. You know some current issues, current topics she's like airmen sometimes you gotta you gotTa know what not to say. Because when you try to prove a point, sometimes, it seems like you're watering down of the other person's viewpoint. Fall back a little bit. They may not get it. Because, they may have you wrapped up and and depicted a something that you're not. You're trying to prove that you're not just. Let it go. People, women are always schooling me. My wife always has post up in which is I. Okay that's information. Another one of my friend she always has posted up. Melania rebel man I learned so much as by just by. Ren- Megan's postman I just do. Okay this is okay. This I'm taking bits and pieces from these women that I'm learning about. which brings me to. What Ass Pussy? Yarmulke from conflict. Conflict with. It. And Not because you know when people like well. You only have conflict with because women talk about sex and. They're talking about their sexuality. That's not it man. I've I've heard people say you know will you will say this is if this were a guy. I don't know my musical history. It's funny. Some things some things would tolerate when I was a teenager. Listened to now. I. Don I don't know about that. So my favorite artists I know they're my favorite artist because I am hip hop SNOB. I have my ranking at any time. I would I would tell you my top five hip hop artists of time I can tell you what CDs came out when such such age because music means that much to me. I was the type of person when album drawing only my buying the album as I listened to the album I'm reading the liner notes I WanNa know who produced the song i WanNa know what studio they produce a song in i WanNa know what sample the sun was I wanna know who are the songwriters I wanNA know I'm reading the album. Thank you. People don't do that anymore I do it I'm a hip hop SNOB I. I'm not GonNa Front. Hip Hop means a lot to me. I'm critical of the music I ought to say as regards to men the hip hop does not age well. As I get older I realize it's not a lot of hip hop music that's speaking to men in their thirties. Why? Because the way the industry is sort of set up it caters to to the artists that will constantly talk about the same subject matter if we're talking about men, why aren't why my favorite artists at a forty five now? So talk about the drug game. Some Baresi. tuck about shooting and killing each other. What are you doing your forty five? How has your message evolved? Why aren't you saying something different something enlightening. Why is.

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"wanna cook" Discussed on SuperMamas

SuperMamas

08:39 min | 3 months ago

"wanna cook" Discussed on SuperMamas

"Why and We're just falling in you know. Better version of yourself. All right and we're. down. Today I told you. Know. Doing I feel like I am a psychic. I don't know if you had time to listen to last week's intro that I was talking about how you actually made everything. I mean you spoke everything into existence. I know it's crazy. You said she was in early and she came weight earlier. You said she was a look just like Eddie. Eddie all over again. The other day I. Put on because I don't have close until I realized that I didn't. She doesn't have many clothes. What she does have is a lot of accessories a lot. A lot and. These little swallow black Moslem blankets. So I have a few months blankets a lot of. A Lot. Of Hair. But? She doesn't. She does a lot here and I put on one of Eddie's old wants these. One. And I had with me and like I think for like five seconds, I really thought I was like holding a baby it was so weird. Yes. So weird how I mean, how are you? You've I mean every time I good. I mean I don't know about today but I think the great every every time you you're really you have a lot of. You know you're not. You're not like us. You know you're like you're like a beat energized. Yeah, I'm totally good I. You know we've come up with. I. Mean. She will be three weeks this week. So we've yeah. So we have the two week mark and I think like the first two zero is the hardest. Award. So once you pass two weeks. Even the because it was really really good I mean she is we are doing just one midnight feeding like she does. We do a feeding at nine pm and then she would accept around either one thirty two am. In, goes back to sleep and she won't wake up until like six am or six thirty so. So she's she's been really really she's been so great and we do bottles at night so. It's like we alternate the feedings, my husband, and I had a tweet beatings. where? Basically whoever takes two am? Doesn't take the six am and where we're cases exam ticket to am know if that makes sense but and we alternate in, it's been really great and I always take a nap around like two thirty, three PM with her. I always say like an hour nap I. think like an hour nap with her and. That gives me energy to although when I do take the NAP. I tend to stay up longer which I shouldn't. That happens. Like go to sleep. So please tell us about. How everything happened because? That's right. You went to you went to you went for an ultrasound they let you go that. We Let. Let's start from like the first time you went because they released the ones. Yes. Let's start from Thursday. On. No Wednesday I think there's a Wednesday whatever it is Thursday or Friday whatever. So. I went for an ultrasound on a Thursday night. I was Thursday night I think Wednesday Outta who cares. At the week nighttime had an ultrasound at nighttime I don't know why I scheduled ultrasound around seven pm I think because I wanted my husband to come with me, but he still wasn't allowed to come with me. Because you know, Kobe. So I went for that ultrasound at nighttime and I was just expecting for to be normal like you know I'm GonNa, go see the baby and I hadn't had. Those to be like my second major ultrasound and I wanted to another picture of her. Of Her sherie small and Whatever? So I saw the lady's face of concern really is everything okay and she was like. He shouldn't quarter when I'm like. Yes I drink a lot in I do drink a lot of water you know. And she's like interesting. You know hold on I'm like hall. Happening a Haiti. They do that. because. You're right they have to wait for the doctor yeah. So I know. So she said You I'm I am I am measuring you very low amniotic fluid like I could only find a couple of sacks of Luek fluid she said you are. Normal but low normal which I'm like. Okay. So my normal, my low. She said you're you're not low where I am. Like deeply concerned but you're not normal. and. Because I went nighttime image clinic. I didn't go to the hospital. She said I think that the best thing I can do is just send you to Labor and delivery at your hospital. So they can actually do further testing. And make sure that because I told her. Well, I'm coughing a lot a been coughing a lot. But when things come out I'm assuming it's P I'm not sure like is an ongoing thing of me is p is not you know? and. She said I. Think it's better if you go. So I went. The doctor they trust me same thing low normal they checked. They did a swab and they say, they saw that it wasn't amniotic fluid. It was just that was coming out. And they said, you know I think that I'm not I was thirty five weeks at that point. So she said you know I think that if you go home just relaxed and I said, do I need to worry like should I like? Be bed she said no, you're not bedrest like. Bed regs matures hydrated and everything's fine. And ahead up with midwife on Monday so. That whole weekend. Happen I have my pregnancy shoot. My signature. Curtis Shoes Elizabeth Boyfriend did my pregnancy shoot on Saturday In almost I was so close to not doing it does it just wait till next weekend because I'm tired eat chick chick-fil-a and I just did not feel sexy like sound like I'm pregnant. Anyway I mean, what's the difference a feeling bloated like you're pregnant? So. You guys came over that weekend. You came over with the girl we had a play date. And then I do remember though. That when the last time I saw you. You were looking like really tired I think the last days you like your energy when like really down were super ta and that's that we the working vows though they actually did stop working out. and. I. Was just tired I mean I didn't even you came I didn't WanNa Cook. We ordered chick fillet like Plates where the first. I was like, I am sorry I'm sick I am not cooking. Anything like I didn't feel like going down the stairs like I'm so tired. And then that Monday, I had an appointment with my midwife. and. The came over that week that Monday and I was in bed. I was just I like slept and. She. Came in and she's like are you okay and I'm like no finding just tired. She's like I've never seen you like sleeping before. Like I, know I'm just tired. I just think already this to come and you know I remember sitting in that I'm remember sitting in my bedroom just feeling like. I just don't WanNa go another week like this like I'm just ready to rest and relax you know. Yeah. So I went to my appointment at eleven am..

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"wanna cook" Discussed on Half Size Me

Half Size Me

05:23 min | 4 months ago

"wanna cook" Discussed on Half Size Me

"Slash pleasure experience, and that's why I call it a meal away from home, and if you can work on that concept, this is a meal away from home. It means that. That I still track it. It means that I pick foods that work for me. It means I might only stay to these four restaurants and I don't deviate from that, but then maybe once a month. You actually go out and have a really nice Chinese takeout dinner that you want you know or something like that doesn't actual rewarding you save your extra weekly points and you actually go out and enjoy yourself. Does that make sense that the banks? Does this feel like it would be pushing you in the right direction from where you currently are? Yes I do it would help me. Jolt Mindset I think and I'm GonNa give you a copy I have a teaching tool kit called fight, the weight gain and one of the things I talk about in this teaching tool kit are these life events that occur that basically kinda screw up the flow of of what we're doing so for you is getting this new job. Because now you went from being at home all day and being able to do all these things to now you're spending time away from home and you're commuting, so that creates a huge shift in had been able to give you that teaching tool kit when it. It first happened. You probably could have followed the steps and been like okay. These are the adjustments I'm going to need to make based on my time based on my food availability things like that, but these will happen again. Just like you got this job and you had to make this transfer. There's GonNa be other things whether family member. Get Sick, and you're finding. You're having to go help and deal with that or whether you may get married at some point or whatever you know. Maybe you move to a different location entirely, and you find a new career. There's always going to be. Be those transfers what we WANNA do is give ourselves about six weeks to figure out how to reestablish ourselves in those new positions in those new living environments, and we start to figure out how we can do this. So one of the things that you know what you might find is that you might have to pick different restaurants if all this changes again, or you might have to think about differently, but if tracking stays consistent I've never met a person. Never that said you know what Heather for the last year I've tracked every single morsel of Food I. Put in my mouth and I've. I've gained fifty pounds I. couldn't tell you how it happened. That never happens. People will tell me all time I stopped tracking got frustrated. I didn't know how many points this was or calories, so I just stopped doing that and weight. Gain happens all the time, so if you were to think to yourself, what is my number? One repellent for weight regain its to stay consistent with tracking. Because even if you're tracking over your point allotment because you're eating foods that you know just the fact that you're aware of that, you're mindful you can start to make different choices. You see what I'm. Yeah? Yeah okay, so for you. We're going to create a list of green light restaurants, okay? These are say pick about four restaurants. Go through the menus. Find what works for you based on the points that you have and pick your four restaurant, and then right the meals out very explicitly next to it so that way when you're driving home. There's no question like oh I don't WanNa Cook okay. Light restaurant I'm going to pick this one tonight. This is what I'm ordering. You WanNa take all willpower out of the decision making you don't WanNa have to think about it. You want it to become wrote and repetitive, and then, when you hear that little voice, kick in and say oh, but what about the Chinese food? You say well hold on a second. That's an indulgent meal I'm going to actually plan for that. Either this weekend or next weekend. We'll get it. It them but I'm GONNA. Use My extra weekly points for it. This is just a meal away from home. This is to stink in tired. It's too late. I don't WanNa Cook. That's how you want to think about those differently. Does that make sense that does make that? Okay? All right, so we'll do is. We'll put this into action and right now. Would you say you're tracking just part of the day every day, or are you tracking complete days, but you're? Certain ones? What does it look like on your tracker? My tracker, we'll do a part of the day here and there, and then a complete day here and there and not consistent in what I'm doing on that. Okay, so if we've got these four restaurants written down and you're working in communing. Days a week out of those five days. Would you say you were stopping to get takeout three or four days? I would probably stop for take out. Probably like three days a week for sure and then might order pizza another day so probably four days a week cooking at this plant. and honestly pizzas and easy fix, you could get yourself some single serving frozen pizzas, and a few of Toaster, oven, or something like that you could pop that sucker in again. It's better for calorie control portion control, and you got actually track it, but here's what I would think since you know you're doing three nights a week of this at least when you wake up in the morning. I would rather see you. Plug in one.

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"wanna cook" Discussed on Mouthpeace with Michael Bennett & Pele Bennett

Mouthpeace with Michael Bennett & Pele Bennett

05:07 min | 5 months ago

"wanna cook" Discussed on Mouthpeace with Michael Bennett & Pele Bennett

"You know what I'm saying. So people will give so much a certain job and after that they just broken you know and I remember one time Kelly who player directive said his. Daddy WORKED IN A FACTORY FOR THIRTY YEARS. And on his thirtieth he was so happy about his retirement there at the bay when he retired they gave him like plex for study as a service and he was like. Wow that's all I get like thirty years. You know you Miss Birthday parties. You Miss Family Wedding. Jim Is all these things. I gotta get back to work. Get back to work. We're going to get back. Get back in America's Kinda like in a place where it's like no. I need a drink. Chill drink often. Ed and live well rated off a bottle of water bottle guys philosophy for with the children. 'cause as much as I like to preach to you know like we spend time with your kids. Sometimes you do. Hit those roadblocks. And they're like. I don't want to do what you want me to do. I don't want to read a book right now. I don't WanNa play a game with you. I don't WanNa Cook in the kitchen. Like sometimes hit those road blocks so I told her oldest Peyton I was like look rogue roadblocks robots whatever it is. They're obsessed with it like they legit to spend all day on it and one point. I'm like no IPAD no screen time but I'm like but you know what this is actually something that you're interested in and you do like to put you know your talent. This talent your creative in it and so now. I'm like hey I was like I understand. You love playing this game but how about as much as you love this. Do a little bit into a bunch of different things you know. Put Your Passion and your time into a lot of different things so you can just spend time on these different things that you're nationally talented. Or maybe you want to evolve in and I'm like you're consuming so much time until one thing that you literally to me it's like you kinda given up on yourself phone like what about everything else that you do love to do though. I think we are at the point where we gotTA BE STU restored to listen before I used to walk outside and I always had headphones on because I was outside with the outside was just scenery was one flew. Michael has headphones. Drives me crazy. I'm going to the music. I'm Pecans such as own in your music and especially in the airport off with the kids and the bags trying wave you down like Michael Michael and liked that. He has no because I was really Greg Golfing. Tangent I like all the different styles of music instruments that they using who produced differ in different genres. But I think he's like this moment where we're being still now. I take the headphones off and I really walk. I can actually hear the world talking to me and I think each one of us is in a moment where we could actually hear are talking to actually spouses tacos. You know. Sometimes Pele says something and I really don't WanNa hear that shit within it's really hard. It's a real self reflection on how she really seen situation. I'd like to say like ways and when you in a moment before like you weren't trying to hear what she was saying because seeing what she was saying was really ugly side of you that you didn't really want to have to deal with but now you look at it and you're like well. Maybe she is right. Maybe not doing it three times now. Matama sex maybe. If you doing something maybe not doing three times. Maybe do at one time maybe due to but you don't have to do it as much or find more time to just listen to yourself and listen to your partners and listen to your kids and I think being still being calm were still sometimes. No noise is actually a great noise. But it's like you know like for example. I was telling my daughter said everybody loved each other like we loved our phones. And I think America's been away in a lot of ways in a lot of our society has been built physically present in every moment we physically. I'm here but are you mentally. Listen I am at Pele said to me the other day she was like get focused on what you're doing. I'm sitting there talking to you. It's like talking to a brick wall and I'm sitting here trying to defend myself and actually she's right. Sometimes I get so deep into my thoughts there I think about something such a perplexed way. I started to take about different ways. How things can turn out like doctor? Strange looking at different realities and one moment. Y- you sound like a crazy person and she's getting paranoid and she's and she's right and she's right she's like Oh you like a brick wall and desa ugly thing to have to hear that. Sometimes you don't want to listen to your spouse and you sound like Oh brick wall talking back the way that you should be talking. But that's how we are. Sometimes you president but you're not really listening. I think America's really dealing with this moment right. Now we've been president in a lot of ways we ever been listened to what women are saying about their race. We haven't been listening to us and about their rights. We haven't been listening to where immigrants have been saying all along about being central to the fabric of America. And I think now we're still and we're listening to the value of a lot of people bring to society so many people bring so much to the table in their absence. It really is a up call. We'll be right back more to come after the break.

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"wanna cook" Discussed on The Restart Project Podcast

The Restart Project Podcast

03:07 min | 5 months ago

"wanna cook" Discussed on The Restart Project Podcast

"Mechanical power directly but. We do now is we have a windmill turns mechanical energy, and then you converted to Christianity converted back to mechanical energy to saw three into. But you can just connect the mechanical mechanism to the saw, and then you win a lot of energy eat on have that much loss of in your process and I think that there is a lot of opportunities because our way of doing things is extremely inefficient. WE WE CALL IT efficient. But if you look in a wider context, if you consider the whole system, it's very inefficient. For example, cooking water with electricity from power plant that's running on Colt, put whatever you WanNa Cook on top of coastal and your way more efficient than the so-called mother way. Do. You often cite the Internet, for example, as something that is high tech, but as less sustainable than we believe it to be, can you tell us about the project to go involving a solar-powered website and how that works and how it compares to a normal website? It normally inverted commerce if that wasn't clear if my speech yeah. Exactly. I'm writing about all technologies. It's conceded quite radical point of view I. Guess and I often got the common man. You're telling us to be critical of I take but then you using the Internet to let us know when of course, what else should I do what I want my stories to be read but at the same I might thought like, Hey, let's see if we can also make a low tech website in the meaning like low take not using the latest technologies. The interesting thing is that the philosophy of loaded magazine like whatever problem you have you're looking for a solution look to the past and it was very interesting to learn that the same is true in internet designed it's growing really fast energy use of the Internet, and if you go back to the beginnings, the nineteen nineties, the first websites of the World Wide Web they were made in a very different way in today today, we have dynamic websites and those days that made static websites and. Web Site is very energy hungry thing because it doesn't really exist it has to be generated. Every page needs to be generated every time someone visits than that. We do that because it makes it interactive. So few like something if you comment immediately appears, but on a static website, it's just like basically a file on your computer, you open the document and there is the documents. Always, always the same unless you start editing, our websites is now a static websites, and so it's so low energy actually compared to the old website that it becomes possible to host it yourself on a very small server. It uses between one and two what's power and that also means that yeah, a little than I can power it myself..

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"wanna cook" Discussed on Las Doctoras Podcast

Las Doctoras Podcast

06:44 min | 5 months ago

"wanna cook" Discussed on Las Doctoras Podcast

"The other piece that I don't think many people talk about and just assume is kitchen confidence so a lot of I wanna do is like building like okay confident. Kitchen confidence practical piece of of feeling comfortable and confident in the kitchen. Not just like knowing what foods to eat that. Make your healthy but also like recognizing said your gut is more than just like the physical aspect it's also knowing that food can just be food to make you emotionally happy and that's cool too and that and that's a big piece. I think is important that I've been trying to come to terms with is sometimes. I am eating something just for emotional support. Sometimes in that moment that is the only emotional support so the the alternative would be to. Kinda send me into a different place. And it's like that's my coping mechanism in that moment. Yes okay right editor saying things that you have access to right. Yeah like I. I can't call my therapist. You please talk me like no 'cause a lot of the Times it's just you in. You have to learn how to navigate. I I want to talk about that kitchen confidence and how I think vital that is being his I know in other like nutrition programs. There's always this Assumption that we just know how to go into the kitchen and do these things and an icee. An I know that for me the kitchen has been I have. I have said I have had to heal my relationship with the kitchen because there was I mean I grew up in a in a family where it was the women who were in the kitchen and my early feminist young self was sane. No I'm going to reject that I don't want to be the woman that is stuck in the kitchen while the men are out partying. I WANNA be out partying with them Though I'm not GonNa you know. Be in the kitchen and the aisle for a long time. Even when I got married I told my husband. I'm not going to be the domestic like that's just not I'm not GonNa do it And and and and it wasn't until I had kids that I realize now this isn't say that I don't know how to cook or don't like it. It's just not like on the top of my list. Yeah right and it's not something that is like my because some people do they love being in the kitchen. I'm like no I'll do it but it's not my favorite thing and so when I had kids those dirty dishes right now. We're looking into my kitchen and it's full of dirty Buddhist monk when they have one bowl. I'm like this is just. Here's your bowl. Here's my announced. So I'll say that when I when I had kids I really had to sink. Abou I even had to admit to myself that my problem was anything other than I just despised being in the kitchen and so I had to really think about I actually reframed my feminism to say that at my problem wasn't necessarily with being relegated to the kitchen it was with the ways in which the kitchen is so undervalued. Raymond secularly in the home. The women's work in the kitchen in the home is so undervalued and I didn't want to be undervalued and so I'm a step into the kitchen and say I'm GonNa be here but this is this needs to be recognized equally to the work that's done outside of the home right so I'm GonNa go to work and I'm GonNa come home and do be the the family cook but that's it's not like it deserves value and I'm gonNA value it and I'm going to require everybody else in the family values it and that was and it was really about It took me like a year because when I first moved in here I just was throwing things anywhere in the took me a year to realize like. How do I work in the kitchen? So I had to get rid of stuff. Rearranged millions of and then it was trial and error for a year. Like oh this is for me. I can't I'm not going to use this. I mean I got rid of all my tupperware that mix match tops and I was just like no. This is not gonNa work for me and it's been. It's been a journey of kind of like that like coming into And then also knowing what my limitations are like. I'm really good with a recipe. I can follow recipe you I'm not good at just improvising. As like I like my mom could just go kirk fridge and like. Oh yeah and I'm like okay. How much exactly. I've I've forgiven myself like I'm okay with that so then I know that you know for me. It's like okay. Give me a recipe and I can do that. So I've been doing like these meal delivery plans where they Venue all the food and the recipe. And exactly everything's person down and it just it. I actually find joy in that. And so that's that's has worked for me in in giving me that confidence because before I was like I don't WanNa Cook because at the make something up and I don't know and there's some chicken in there but what do I do Yeah In this way the that kind of work is done for me so I just really appreciate that that in confident that that's central to what you're talking about I I also WANNA say An and I think this is something. We're probably going to be getting into in this conversation but I we have to acknowledge that nowhere in here. Are you talking about losing weight? Young nowhere in here is this Abou- on finding like a were even You're really haven't even really talked about nutrition in these pillars Talking about more lane foundation So yeah I don't know if you want to speak to anything about that. Yeah I think there's a lot of things trying to organize my thoughts in my head so we'll definitely touch on the way. They know we started to talk a little bit about that. Before we start hearing words welcome back to the generational thing. Yeah radical acts.

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"wanna cook" Discussed on Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey

Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey

05:00 min | 7 months ago

"wanna cook" Discussed on Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey

"You'll get that thirty dollars off. You will not regret it. Okay let me go ahead and start this podcast so this weekend. We didn't do a whole lot. We did for the first time. Eat out so we got takeout. We got tacos and I was really excited about that. We have not gotten take out any kind of restaurant drive through anything like that in over three weeks which is big for us because I would say at least once a week we would order favor or ubereats or something like that on the weekends. Like we just like to get tacos or Pena's or something like that as you can tell we really like Tex Mex and we haven't done it for the past few weeks just because one we've been trying to save money. You never know what the future holds. We have not wanted to go out and we haven't wanted to risk there being any kind of you know virus on our food or on the packaging but finally we were like you know what it's been a few weeks we really don't WanNa Cook. We don't want to clean dishes again. So let's order some Taco so this is a this. This was my thinking when I finally was like. Okay yes not. Eating out has been good for the budget. It's been good for the waistline but Tacos are good for the soul and eventually you just gotTa break down to do good for the soul so we ate tacos chips Caso and by the way. I don't know if you know this but just to give you guys a heads up friend to friend. This is how apparently I saw it on a video so it has to be true. Apparently how you sanitize everything when you get takeout is you get your food you take it out of the packaging you put it on plates you through all of the packaging away and you either wear gloves or you wash your hands later and then you put the food in the microwave. I Dunno you microwave it for thirty seconds and then it however long. I'm not really sure about that. Maybe you need to look that up and then you take it out of the microwave and you make sure that you wash your hands in the new sanitize where any of the packaging was so. That apparently is what you do to make sure that you don't get the Rona while you were supporting all of your favorite restaurants so we did that and then we watched goodfellas and I know some of you out there. Like how have you seen this movie? That literally came out thirty years ago this year classic and it's one of those movies everyone talks about. I don't know but it was also one of those movies as I was watching it. I was like I've seen this before but I don't know why my husband hadn't seen it before and I wouldn't have watched it by myself so I'm not sure my husband. I'm not sure if you would be okay with me telling you this but he actually was not a fan of the movie. I thought it was good I really like eight hundred ninety movies. Just a little fun fact about alley. I will watch pretty much any eighties and nineties movie. That is somewhat reputable. I like to watch movies. That people have talked about and movies that they consider classics just to basically said say that I have seen it and this was one of those movies wasn't my favorite movie ever but now I can say for sure that I've seen it and I'm glad that I did because I learned some things in watching it that we are going to talk about pertinent to what we're going through today. But before I get into the lessons that I learned. I want to tell you guys about express. Vpn So you've heard me talk about this before how important is for you guys have VPN and now that a lot of you are working from home all of your working from home if you are still working it is even work important that you have a VPN that you can trust. I like to do research on my sponsors. I only recommend brands to listeners that I believe in and in the past. I have advertised for rain. 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Don't have to input opprobrium or anything like that which is great because I'm a little technologically challenged a really was so simple to set up and I'm so glad that I just have it running on my computer and I'll have to worry about the things that I used to worry about. Hackers and things like that so.

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"wanna cook" Discussed on The Upgrade by Lifehacker

The Upgrade by Lifehacker

06:00 min | 8 months ago

"wanna cook" Discussed on The Upgrade by Lifehacker

"In a in a real conversation. There's always a point where you say. Well these really aren't food issues. These are social justice. Issues and income inequality is not a food issue but it has an impact. Obviously on how people eat so some people don't have enough money to eat well and I think it's also there's a way in which it's something of a cop out to say well food. It's too expensive to eat. Well well it is for some people but for let's say eighty percent of the population reunited states. Not too expensive to eat well. So that that's the short answer is food is affordable cooking makes it even more affordable but people don't even have to. I used to think Oh. Everybody has to cook or they'll never be able to eat well. I can't say that anymore. Because people are legitimately busy people. Some people don't like to cook. Don't WanNa Cook. Whatever good food is to be had everywhere as we said before? It's not the dominant thing dominant thing is to eat badly. But with thought and with effort with knowledge you can eat well and most people can afford to do it and and it comes back really to what I like to call. Skill power deficits actually done studies on the cost of more and less nutritious food and found that a lot of what we say about it is folklore coca-cola's a lot more expensive than water from your tap and people spend a lot of money on sugar sweetened beverages and would be doing their health and their wallet favor by swapping it out for plain water. Some of the most nutritious foods are incredibly economical. And we've been talking all day about beans and lentils. They're incredibly diverse. They figure in lots of the world's cuisines you can do all kinds of things with them fabulously nutritious incredibly sustainable better for the planet and you can feed a family for penny. I mean much less expensive than the most economical fast food. Let alone you know anything. Fancy so a Lotta this really. It's this constellation of skill power deficits in blind spots in our culture where we just kind of dismissively say it's too expensive to eat well and never really stopped to think about. Well what could eating well look like? And how could it be done affordably? And it's an easy cop-out it's not true fair to say that beans or the world's most important source of protein. Yeah and and and certainly if you had to single out one food that could contribute the most at the confluence of human planetary health. It would be beans. There are a lot of people telling us how to eat. We want to be healthier. If we want to lose weight we were talking earlier about being specifically ray and the Paleo Diet. So let's just jump into the the sort of trendy diets You were saying right now because I had been Paleo for a few years and few strangers and you really get kind of indoctrinated into this idea that that beans are are bad right. The beings are have contained anti nutrients that contain leptons. Electorates are bad for you. And so what I know. You've you've had plenty to say about this guy for that yes I'll start with that. Yes so You know I the the idea that electons make food bad would be. It's an even sillier. Version of oxygen makes the atmosphere bad. So hold your breath. Oxygen is toxic. Pure oxygen for seventy two hours will ravage your lungs and kill you very careful about it in the hospital with people who need oxygen support. But you know that's the logic about electons there's something in a food that you know when the doses adjusted a certain way under experimental circumstances is toxic therefore the thing it's in must be toxic therefore you shouldn't have any therefore hold your breath for the rest of your life which by the way will be quite short. It's just so patently silly. So the reality is people who eat more beans and lentils and the various plant foods that contain likeness live longer. Not less long have less chronic disease. Not more are less prone to heart disease. Cancer Stroke Diabetes Dementia. We know this epidemiologically. It's a fact. So if the whole is good the idea that I found a part that might be bad therefore the whole must be bad is just you know logical nonsense in terms of the bigger picture the Paleo Diet honestly if you were truly to live patio I think it might be good for you. So that would mean a wide variety of wild plants which you'd have to know which ones are edible. And which aren't it would mean you'd have to hunt for any meat you eat. Because our stone-age ancestors did not eat domesticated beef. They the meat of wild animals radically different by the way quick. For instance flesh of beef cattle thirty five percent or so of the calories. Come from fat. Most of that fat is saturated none of its Omega Three. If we compare that to antelope thought to be more like the wild animals. With a stone-age only seven percent of the calories. Come from fat. One fifth is much almost none of it. Saturated much of its Omega three senior to bow and Arrow. You need to go after antelope. You need that physical activity involved in hunting and gathering. You need to eat about hundred grams of fiber day. You only drink water and on it goes you know for all we know that that dietary pattern might be great for you but we're not in the stone anymore. In the Stone Age we were scattered. Isolated bands of forager's a great big empty world of seemingly inexhaustible resources and the world's leading experts on Pal. Truly people who who put this in the peer reviewed literature in the first place. Say we absolutely cannot eat like that now. We can learn lessons about our adaptations but now we need to be getting that protein from beans and lentils because you cannot feed eight billion hungry people with the Stone Age Diet. It just doesn't work. I actually did the math for Huffington post piece. I wrote some years ago. I looked across the literature. See what's the average amount of space you need to make a living as hunter gatherer and then I applied that to a population of seven point. Eight billion and my calculation was we would need fifteen times the total surface area of the planet. All right. We're not in the stone age anymore..

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"wanna cook" Discussed on The BBQ Central Show

The BBQ Central Show

02:27 min | 8 months ago

"wanna cook" Discussed on The BBQ Central Show

"It'll still do twenty hour respite so in your opinion Specific to any cooker that has opened fire capability. It's not one that you're GonNa WanNa Cook overnight on and leave it alone if you have a if you have a shield like traeger green mountain grill or you know a lot of the other ones. It's a lot safer to sit there and do an overnight co well. Yeah I mean there are some design some of them kind of have a two layer divider the slides over that opens up your fire than when it closes up. It makes a better seal on us. You don't have this smoke fire. You have so much open space under there because they want with. The flavor is remorse because they had them on hand. That's why they did it. Crossover parts between smoke. Fire in their genesis grill. So you know I mean Weber sinks in terms of the fewest number parks with the greatest number of products. So I think there's an element of that. Plus I think they really wanted smoke. Fire to look very much like awebber. Does design became a big factor in in how it was going to look at how it looked changed? How it's GonNa work. You find it aesthetically pleasing not particularly because you don't like Weber like the way Weber's look not that I mean it's I find it kind of plain looking kind of ordinary looking. I mean there's nothing to me that stands out but I mean how many girls are a work of beauty not much. So I mean it's it's comparatively good looking but it looks very much like a Weber product. Oh who's WHO's baby. You calling ugly might go all right. Let me let me plan B you just for one second here. I'm taking you fully off guard. Is there any truth? There that you would be a pro l. p. g. person only and that you might be working some type of a hidden solid fuel agenda pellets Charcoal briquettes and lump charcoal. And and you would. If you had your druthers you would somehow eliminate those altogether. Okay put it to you this way. I.

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"wanna cook" Discussed on Girls Night with Stephanie May Wilson

Girls Night with Stephanie May Wilson

06:00 min | 9 months ago

"wanna cook" Discussed on Girls Night with Stephanie May Wilson

"Like to gather people around your table at the like if you need to do bare minimum order sounding like everyone gets a cold lay docks allowed. Oh Yeah I ran that that went to Wendy's drive through and get the Chili and get tons of Julie. And then she'd come home and she put it in a pot and and you know what it should have. The people over and people didn't even know it was so funny when she told me that because I was like. Oh my gosh that is that is absolutely terrible and wonderful all yeah I applaud you that you are not going to even allow the fact that you don't WanNa Cook to stop you and that Wendy's has chilly. Say Not I will. It's almost like so bad but so good and Mike. I'm a tiny bit mat. I didn't think of it the other thing is too. And yes you gotta give yourself permission but you can also delegate and. That's another thing that we don't like to do but it's it's like okay. Hey guys I'll have the soup. Yo Oh you bring the bread from the place in. Can You bring a salad in. Can you bring a desert and then all you had to do was make some soup and I think that's another thing is we think we gotta do all all we think. Don't you love it when people are like. Just bring yourself. Well that's great but sometimes we need you to bring also bag at you know or something and and that I think gives us a little bit of freedom to we feel like we have to do the whole thing. Yes yes. That's that's been a go to for me and for for my friends too so this so good. I love everything that we're talking about. And you've mentioned this a couple times Kelly that our lives are really busy and I think that there's some truth to that and then and I also think that we make we know this about ourselves. We know one. We are actually really busy too. We know that when we really value something we can usually find some time for it exactly. We can usually wiggle a little bit so ex knowing that those things are both true we are really busy. That's that is true but also wins. Something is important to us. We can wiggle a little bit. How do we do that? How do we make space to gather our people around the table in our busy? He lives well. You just you nailed it on the head. We're GONNA. We all have twenty four hours in a day. Everybody has the same amount of time in a day. And we're going to do what's most important to us and again again. I think a lot of it gets you WANNA YOU WANNA start planning and you don't WanNa make things too difficult so a lot of times especially at the top of the year. We've all these resolutions and we think. Okay Ah the gates for the every day in January. I'm going to do an all organic meal every single night. Everybody is going to be around the table and I'm also also going to invite friends over and we set these things that are just so totally unrealistic. So I would sit down with your spouse or if you're single with your friends and just really think about okay. What are a few simple things that I can do? Even if I'm cutting back on fast food or take out two nights this week what meal can I make that we can also have leftovers. How can I get my kids involved? Because that's another thing like I have. I have my little neighbor. That comes over all the time and she always wants to help and we know that helping is not helping when they're four very helpful not helpful but it's helpful for them because they are gonNA learn what it means to to be around you. What ingredients together? You know how to handle pots and knives and pans and boiling water. And so I think that we we have to be committed added to the end goal here and I think also as I was thinking about you talking about how we're tired and then we don't have to put the meal together because we're tired but then I like you know for instance last night. My friends and I did steak on the grill. Some vegetables that we tossed cost and some sauteed mushrooms sweet potatoes in regular potatoes. I mean nothing that truly nothing. That was very difficult now in my mind. I'm thinking okay. Do I really want to slice is up these vegetables dribbling you know. Get the meat on the grill. Whatever it might be and you think about all the things you don't want to do but the end game is that I was going to sit down at the table with breath? Four of my closest friends and we're GONNA be able to have really good conversations and really good tasting food and to me. That's that's where I'm like. Everything is worth it now every so often. Yeah do you want to sit with a Taco in front of the television with your fine but that just can't be every night with our families and with our loved ones. We've we've got to relish the community and the conversation and the what's the word I'm looking for taints of having something that we can all rely on at the end of the day we like. We all know when I was growing up. We all knew that we would end up at the table able with our city with my parents and the siblings. I know that there are people who are divorced. or they're single mom or they don't have kids and that's not that I'm not trying to put a picture perfect perfect thing out there but there's a lot of ways like I'm single. I don't have children. I don't have a spouse and I sit down to meals most every night with with either my in town family or my friends so I think there's lots of ways to make this work but we just have to be committed to the to the end goal which are which are people and invaluable able conversation which you know thirty years we're going to remember the conversations and we're GONNA be changed by the conversations in thirty years. We're not GONNA remember or be changed by what we you were scrolling through on instagram. Or you know on the television and I am preaching that to myself so first foremost. I feel like everyone's just sitting here like like I'm pretty sure ever Nelson's face looks like my face because it's all of us just like okay all right. Let's take a deep breath. Let that's again. It is so true. Yes Kelly as it is true. True guys help. You're loving this conversation with Kelly as much as I am. I wanted to pop in for one. Quick second to thank our sponsor for this week.

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"wanna cook" Discussed on Woman Evolve with Sarah Jakes Roberts

Woman Evolve with Sarah Jakes Roberts

12:07 min | 1 year ago

"wanna cook" Discussed on Woman Evolve with Sarah Jakes Roberts

"Thank me later. Let me tell you something. I think my favorite was the tacos were shells. We're Shell. MacGill's as hellofresh has good meals. I was shocked at how delicious Angela Jackson said hospitals who I thought it was. GonNa it'd be hospital food. I can and you know what it that's what you got what you got but let me tell you something. It was amazing anti into get eighty dollars off. It was like seven dollars a person by the time I finish getting all of our meals together 'cause I ordered. I immediately went on in order because that was like y'all got me. I'm he first of all to know what I'm going to let me tell you my process. I get off of work and like I'm an entrepreneur and I'm saying getting off of work like clock in and clock out but seriously I got off of work and then I'm like what am I going to Cook for dinner because like I don't. I don't be thinking like you need to plan out what you're going to. Cook for dinner for the week but to just know. Oh that what I'm going to Cook for dinner is already sitting at the house. It's already pre measured and it's GonNa be delicious and I WANNA cook. I'm not one of those people who like I want you know take out out or whatever like I literally WanNa Cook and so to have it already ready for me. I'll I'd have to do is go home. Whip it up. I'm here for quantity. What's the the code again. The code is evolve. Eighty evolve. Aiding Felicia Clark says you can't go anywhere and sit down for seven people. You write seven dollars per person and let me tell you. I'm a family of eight so seven dollars. Per Person is right up my alley because when we go out to eat it's a car payment and we make sure we tell the children that that all of the time whenever we're eating or ordering food in we're like listen uses as somebody's car okay gasoline down and your spirit okay so yes. I want my girl to have himself love. I don't know of cooking is your thing. I don't know what you're thinking is. Maybe you need to light start working now walking. Maybe when you take an art class. I don't know what you think is but I want you to take a minute. I want you to have some time to yourself and I want you to fall in love with who you are date. Your Self Oh came came. That's my first advice question and it sounds like the delegation is totally with me on this one the next vice questions a little car. You're I'm sorry somebody just said not a car payment. It is a car payment a whole car opinion. Okay Abbott Rachelle Harvey says figuring figuring out what to cook is the hardest part especially when you can cook practically anything hellofresh is legit at totally agree. Okay listen my next advice question. I cannot wait great to hear what you guys think about this question. is kind of layered a nuance to make sure that you are listening out. 'cause we gotta help our girl out. She's struggling okay. She says Hey I absolutely love listening to the woman evolve podcast. The delegation has helped me get my life all the way together lately. I've been on this journey of wholeness. Yes I am twenty four years old living on my own working a job that I love all while getting my master's degree. Did you hear that this goals says is goals. Goals and we are on the surface. I am doing pretty well for myself. I'm minding my business. I'm in a healthy relationship and I have devoted spiritual life. I am happy but not whole from reading the book I know that wholeness comes from addressing the broken areas of my life. The area of a broken I believe is preventing me from fully. Lee Stepping into purpose involves not knowing who my real father is. This is the part one things get tricky. You see for the first thirteen years of my life. I believe that my eldest oldest sister's father was also mind up until that point my mother had never told me any different and since she wasn't around much neither did he sorry instance. He wasn't around much either team. That is until my mother hit a financial breath patch. When I was a sophomore in high school during this time she introduced me to another another man and he claimed to have been my father my entire life you can imagine how confuse my thirteen year old self must've been it changed everything for me. Knowing about this man seemed to answer so many of my questions especially because my sister and I look nothing alike I spoke to my family members and many have admitted to knowing about this mystery man for years and being glad that I finally knew the truth as for my mother. She has never fully admitted to him being my father. She always jokes about it as if he's really not. I feel like the only reason she introduced me to him was because she had no other choice. During that difficult time now years later I realized that not knowing the truth is really really affecting my wholeness. I've prayed about it and I'm ready to find out for myself. He's already agreed to do a paternity test but insists that he doesn't need one. My mother knows nothing about on my recent pursuits but I want her to know how not knowing who my father is has affected me. I realized that my mother may be dealing with a lot of shame surrounding in this situation and I'm by no means want to exasperate that so how can I bring this up to my mother without opening up old ones for her. I am hoping that she can help me get to to the truth without having to deal with anxiety of paternity tests. Please help thanks so much Well says here's the thing that was reading miss. I felt like you really really have like two different issues that are taking place and I think it's important that you really separate them. I think on one hand you have the truth and the reality that your your mom was not truthful about who your father is and have that has had to have reshaped your perspective on you laws relationship and perhaps your respect your perspective on her and then you have this other issue of wanting to know who he is and wanting to take a paternity test. Nothing is important to separate those because they don't have to be connected by you can still get a paternity test discover who your father is and begin to really bring some clarity and perhaps closure to that area of your life whether or not your mother is in full agreement with that. I'm not talking about being disrespectful but I am talking talking about like really owning who you are owning where you are in life and wanting to have some truth about your foundation of who you are. A lot of people don't even have this opportunity because they've never met their paternity paternal father. They have no idea or biological father they. They don't even even have any idea who he is but you have an opportunity to at least bring some wholeness to that area of your life and I think you should take advantage of that. If I why were you I would tell your mom that you plan on doing that. That you have had some confusion about where you come from and why you don't look like your sister and that that is an area that no matter how successful you are still sticks out in your mind in because you have an opportunity to pursue wholeness that you wanna take advantage of that. I will tell her that this is in no no means you know a disrespect to you dishonoring of you but I do need to do this for myself and I think that as you do that that it's going to be helpful for her to maybe have an honest conversation with you about it one of the things. I don't know if this is something that we just do in black community or this is something that happens ends in every community cause your girl has never been in other communities but we joke about things that are serious and when we joke about things that are serious everyone laughs and then we kind of move on but we never have have a serious conversation about it and I think that if our you I would just kind of begin to stay like this isn't really funny to me because it wounded me. It hurts me to not know what the answer is and I think that when we laugh at things that are serious to us that it gives people permission to continue to have a surface level and her fold dialogue and narrative that is connected to who we are on the inside and I think that as you do this that you can really begin to her reshape even the idea that this is something. That's funny when it's not because it's wait on you and so I wanna give you like big because this is like grown own folks put on your big girl panties kind of stuff the thing is this as well like once you get to a certain age twenty four so at twenty four you. I know how hard it is to be person a good person to make the right choice is to navigate other people's broken his while also discovering your own broken and I think it makes you compassionate towards your parents and I think that that's why you can identify that. She may have some shame connected to this but sometimes your pursuit of honus. This will give her permission to be whole as well. You know I'm a mom of three. They all have different fathers that is an area that is tender for me is something something that I know does not necessarily look good on paper but it is my story and it is my truth and I don't ever WanNa be so ashamed of my story and my truth that I don't have conversations that are going to help my children with their wholeness so I can remember McKenzie's. Wait a minute so like Malachi said this. Ellison this my dad is and she was doing this in a car with other people in and I you know felt so much shame and I was just like Kinsey. We'll talk about this later and when we talked about it later later and I answered her questions but I also let her know like this is something that mommy is still healing from. You know this is like something really personal to me and then I use an example. I remember remember when you took that money out of my nightstand. I would never talk about that in front of your siblings. Even though it's true but it makes you feel a certain way and I WANNA protect. Take Time you feel well. That's what this is like for me and so I'll answer any questions you have al never hide anything from you but I want you to be careful when handling my heart and so I think that as a woman that you have an opportunity to be careful as you handle your mother's heart and I think that as you do that you will create as space for her to be who she needs to be for you in this season. Jimmy says her mom did what she had the courage to do at the time with the knowledge he had I I totally agree. Raytheon says they need to have that series talk because it has heard her deep foreshore and that's why like you know her joking joking about it. I think is like a way of addressing it without having to be vulnerable but the truth is that like you gotta be able to have these conversations and I think as long as you're loving and gentle you guys will will be fine. Jasmine Hill says we have to remember that our parents are human and they make human mistakes. You are able to say mom that was a mistake and I want to fix it. You owe it to yourself else's totally thing and even if she's not ready to have the conversation that's why I said we have to separate these things because she says you know what I Never WanNa talk about that again. That's my business and leave it alone. Within within you can still make a decision they will. I'm GonNa do this for myself and I hope that you'll love them. Respect me but I have to have some closure here like you. Don't necessarily need her permission to find find out who your father is. It would be nice to have and it would be incredible to have it but at the end of the day. You don't have to have it so separate. Those and Miranda says wonderful advice vice crystals is a man prayers for use in this delicate situation for short-term. Leslie Walkers is thank you for your truth and transparency thank you. Angel Gorham says as mothers need to really stop doing this to children as well as giving them the last name when they know they are unsure who the father is it causes insecurities and broken his for sure. I can only imagine and Natasha says laughing at difficulties is a way to mass shame and not embraced vulnerability and I think you as a daughter can lead invulnerability. Let's let's see what else the delegation is saying. it looks like the delegations all in agreement that you have an opportunity here to really create healing. Erica Barr says that was so precious precious on how you dealt with McKenzie because kids do say step in front of people and it can make you feel embarrassed for sure Natasha. Asha Kelly says also be open to going to therapy to work through this situation. Having a non-bias person will help you navigate your feelings if I.

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"wanna cook" Discussed on Selfie with Kristen Howerton and Sarah James

Selfie with Kristen Howerton and Sarah James

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"wanna cook" Discussed on Selfie with Kristen Howerton and Sarah James

"It is coconut oil based it is certified organic and I'm going to be talking with the president of coke new in just a bit about all things intimacy and lubrication and all that fun stuff but I I'm GonNa do a quick self-care. Check in with Claire Claire. I guys is so what we decided to talk about. In this episode is it is summer. We're in the heat of summer but cleared. I live in houses that do not have air conditioning. Hope nine which surprises this is a lot of people <hes> but it's very common here where we live to not have really anyone on our street does know are all of the houses on our street. Were built without it. Most people haven't replaced it because we we live close enough to the beach that we do get a breeze but then we forget that right one month a year the there is one month a year. We're all of us are dying swearing that. We're going to to move or put in a C._D.. So angry everyone's very the bottom layer of our hair is wet right. It's just really bad well. It's funny because people are always asking me why I wear dresses. This is all the time and they'll even say like Oh. You're dressed up like I wear dresses because I'm sweating through pants at my house and because it takes two seconds to thrown address and look together versus like putting together well. Why don't you tell the listeners what I'm wearing right this minute? This is a lovely frock. They you might have actually already posted to instruments Amazon Esotique shirtdress that I keep talking about it the new Amazon it is a long t shirt withdraw string. How many of them do you have for? I feel like this is just like an annual thing it like your summer summer dress. It's so true I find a summer drought and you live in it. That is you in it for the whole summer. 'cause I'm hot so anyway all that to say we thought we would talk about some of our best fast food hacks because when it gets hot like this none of us WanNa Cook. I haven't cooked in like a week and a half. It's unbearable to cook. It's an absurd so anyway claire. I'm sure you figured out what give me like your top two or three. It is too hot to cook..

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"wanna cook" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"wanna cook" Discussed on WTVN

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"wanna cook" Discussed on FoodStuff

FoodStuff

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"wanna cook" Discussed on FoodStuff

"So yeah the requirement was what would i what would i do if i were cooking for a group of people and what would i eat and the pasta sauce to me seem like the right thing to do and i also just wanted i wanted people to know that some ali food isn't so horn and so that's how the pasta sauce came to be that sounds so good yeah i i i saw i saw that recipe and i'm like oh i really wanna cook that right now any any stories you can share that showcase what you're trying to do with with all of these projects success stories you know things that are kind of near and dear to y'all sure one comes to mind for me but kind of connects us which is so when when promoting the resistance i got to do a little bit of traveling which included going to ann arbor michigan and i spoke to this really wonderful group of people and arbor public library and one of the people in the audience there was this young landing jordan who i had already connected with on instagram had cooked something out of the book and we got to kind of commenting on each others photos and then he came to the event and with the faux was really nice conversation and we continued to stay in touch you know the social media and jordan who lives i can't remember which city but somewhere about maybe an hour from ann arbor started cooking his way through feed the resistance including.

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"wanna cook" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"wanna cook" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"Two regular possibly like smoking spicer big you don't wanna smoke we what is in tastes like bedi biology class yeah what you can't tastes like rush and the and that's good and hold together yeah okay well it can be really guide if you cook it properly we can they do a lie okc feted cheaney right you can do a little meaning the pomodoro all right la adult eat anything that has to be cooked properly there's a right way to cook it i just wanted if you cookie just write what i don't trust myself there i wanna cook vaguely inhabit all work got to work out how to cook it just all good because normally up poison right broilers vacant rattled care what to do it i'm just gonna another reason why presents crowds at the bomb youth romana paying embroil i'm until their brown in the near perfect yeah they're not the bomb seventy seven five seven one or two five and eight hundred seven seven one one or two five south is in a red rocks colorado getting ready to see the bad a f ifi yes afs therefore man i wish i knew he knows and i don't know another funky individual it's not at all i got to get a at what a low cholera go ahead rodrigue rather live eight euro wanted to say straight about the arben situation a congressional arben here's irregulars our standard alban action nahrin irregular arben with a bayonet it that way he cooked yourself pasture he's right ahead avert a added confuse yeah so a k convection of an has a fan the convention of and is the third heat yes sir dr michael way it works well i anyway now atoms en route and whenever you get things moving around it create friction joke where we say out to save thousands benson hit a crazy to me but that it thank you very much i.

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