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"weeden" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:00 min | 7 months ago

"weeden" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Thursday Timmy what is it The velociraptor likes feces is arguably one of the world's most recognizable dinosaurs thanks largely to the movie Jurassic Park I'm Trey Thomas A couple in India is suing their son and his wife for not giving them a grandchild The couple's son has been married for 6 years and they filed the lawsuit earlier this month claiming mental harassment for the lack of grandchildren The lawsuit seeks $650,000 in compensation if a grandchild is not born within the next year The couple even said they would raise the child if their son and his wife were too busy with their careers I'm Brian shook And I'm Charlie pellet Bloomberg world headquarters Stocks came roaring back at the end of a nerve wracking week with the Dow the S and B and NASDAQ all rallying today Victoria Fernández is chief market strategist at crossmark global investments I'm not all in on the camp that we're having capitulation at this point in time or that we've hit a bottom I mean nobody calls that exactly but you look at the vix the vix is at a 30 And typically you don't see that capitulation until you get the vix around 40 Cross marks Victoria Fernández So another tumultuous week is behind us with one big topic on investors minds Jim Paulsen is chief investment strategist at Luthor weeden capital The fears we have today are tied to one thing really inflation That is the elephant in the room All the fears we have about high how high yields have to go how many times the fed's going to have to raise rates How much behind the curve they are whether they're going to have a policy blender ultimately a recession are tied to the inflation rate Jim Paulsen of Luthor whedon inflation is stomping on American consumer confidence as we hear from Bloomberg's Vinny del giudice The University.

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How Do We Reconcile Our Love of Works by Problematic Creators?

Breaking the Glass Slipper: Women in science fiction, fantasy, and horror

02:04 min | 1 year ago

How Do We Reconcile Our Love of Works by Problematic Creators?

"Snow. We'll know that we often refer to harry potter. Buffy the vampire slayer and they are not the only texts. We mentioned that. Have problematic creators. Many of the axes. From the harry potter films have come out to reassure fans that it is irc as to love the prophecy while not supporting the message of hate. It's creative preaches but is it really so easy. How connected are creators to that creations and has it changed in recent years with the rise of the cult of celebrity. Let's start things off a discussion of just weeden severe. A long time. He was held up. As as a great feminist icon. Making all these showers female leads and and really strong women. Do you think his feminist messages have been tarnished by his recent fall from grace or are there still valuable feminist messages to be gleaned from buffy firefly dollhouse and more. You're honest. I've actually only familiar with buffet. I not really watched file a house if you knew is so. I can't really speak from the buffy. Sound point and i am still puffy fat. I think it would be really hard not to be. I was pretty shocked when the allegations came out. And also it's extremely depressing when you read off because anything that you've held close to halt and that you've big doppler on shows like this in to other people as a standard to aspire to and then you realize that this create a really things let us a bit of a you know a knife in the heart but i feel like i think we'll be talking about this later about separating the creative from the often the artist. I think there's still a lot of stuff in buffy. Maybe not so much in the later episodes electing later seasons even but in the early stuff. I feel that for its time. It still very groundbreaking. Yeah

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"weeden" Discussed on Horror Soup

Horror Soup

04:43 min | 1 year ago

"weeden" Discussed on Horror Soup

"Guy feel like he was one of the first people that really like dipped into both worlds latte because he did it with this and then firefly started as a show but ended up doing serenity. The movie after the show got cancelled and then obviously he did the vendor stuff and then they ended up doing agents of shield which was also his again just like jumping back and forth between movie and tv and tying things together. He's kind of one of the first people that did that a lot. Say what you will say what you want about the a piece of fucking dog shit trashy fuck it. Fuck you josh weeden. But you know he did some you did for sure he did some stuff..

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"weeden" Discussed on The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker

The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"weeden" Discussed on The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker

"I really made me question my football knowledge and ability to read and look at this game and think i know what's happening but there's been times over the last couple of years where i feel like that when she don't pay enforces them down our throats. It's i go on the one. And the not i go on the one you know. Whatever first and goal on the nine and you know you're not quite in that you know pounded pounded right up the middle zone but payton's bringing them in so i'm with you You brought up the point before the show i mean. This guy's he just turned thirty one years old. We were born in the same week. Allow birthdays seventeenth. I believe what twenty third twenty third when right we were born in the same week and the idea that somebody just a year younger than me could walk in and be a first time. Nfl starting quarterback even even if it was a second year as a starting at of who no. That's not happening. I don't know anybody who's getting their first. Start at thirty unless you having a career. Change and multiple. Aren't having career changes into the nfl at that age unless you're brandon weeden and you're playing minor league baseball to your twenty eight now. I'm with you man. I'm with you and you know. I'll i'll say this. I thought it was really interesting Bucky brought up yesterday. The idea that In an attempt to earn to win the starting quarterback job taste hill actually lost a ton of weight over the last couple months and so he no longer has that physique that body of a tight end and so it'll be interesting to see. Is he a permanent tight end or is he a permanent backup. Excuse me or is. He a guy that they're going to try to put out and do all the things he did but he's lost a lot of weight over this preseason so very interesting story but jameis. Winston is the starting quarterback with the new orleans. Saints.

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"weeden" Discussed on Learn Astrology with Mary English

Learn Astrology with Mary English

05:32 min | 1 year ago

"weeden" Discussed on Learn Astrology with Mary English

"The probably what i did and I would have a lot of anxious. Parents concerned about their children with add adhd attention deficit disorder et cetera and odd reassure them and say charges and half those things they haven't indigo chart as a different thing together at cool it a diagnosis. This say this child is born with unusual different aspects. And with my son. You with my child this sutton. In the twelfth house. inverted commerce did happen. His wasn't physically in the building of the he was eighteen months old because dadi went off and lived with the girlfriend. But if someone had said to me into weeden sale. There's at all your in this. Just say somebody said this to before i got married or or just after. I tapped him on your husband's gonna for another woman. I would've gone. Which could abou- jewelry bits expanded years. Everything's fine number and our deceit. Remember talking to some friends about us and we were talking a group and are saying. How do ideally me. And my ex husband. Bub matched because i did this. He that fitted nicely and there was no way that by even anticipated that He would run off with somebody else. It never even occurred to me and it was only. In retrospect i discovered that starts in twelve can indicate the fall though will not be there while the child is growing up. And so then you have to ask the question you know how through all these predictions and is anybody helped by knowing these things before answers. Save this go back in time. So before i even get pregnant before i even get married It's awesome no before. I get pregnant so so when the child is born and i look at the chart owed My husband's going to run off with someone Am i going to be up to stop that from happening. Is that not part of who he is. has his life being diminished in any way. Because i mean obviously when i discovered that a semester logical thing i made sure and did that anyway while we would divorcing that that his father would have as much access. We have joint custody. We didn't have be having sole custody. We shared his His upbringing and even though he's father wasn't physically in the house. His father was very interested in his existence. So it wasn't as if i excluded him anywhere..

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"weeden" Discussed on What The Flip Podcast

What The Flip Podcast

03:29 min | 1 year ago

"weeden" Discussed on What The Flip Podcast

"They've judge soon like they haven't seen the whole picture of will the phases to make that judgment because he is assumption because if you watched the because even argue even i in mind was quite dot net gain. You know when Kill mungo when he wipes out you know but you know he wipes them off. He takes the Takes the mock one suit. That is that and then if he restaurant themes yeah yeah you watch the progression even from off sleep when you look at avengers. Assemble how yeah. I would say that as richie on. Whatever he wants is very very cheesy. When is jesus hallway. M weeden justice league offseason same person. Yes so the these shave that is the most easiest one bosa. Jesus doesn't necessarily mean bad either nine also we offer. It was amazing. But then when you watched if you compare the game infinity will civil war. The russo province didn't stuff like that yeah levels levels of by so much. That's on so this krisztian soccer and so now. Yeah yeah that would be my take on it. I think they just need to watch the whole all of the movies to get a. Yeah and yeah and like i. I'd like. He's not wrong because his own subjective opinion but i i just feel so strongly that ace objective facts that the mc. You isn't predictable isn't full. Kids it's is is is is is a is a studio that is probably apart from pixar marvel Studio has produced the most consistently high paying high grossing Critically acclaimed films like in terms of light there. The quality of the films coming from that studio that franchise and studio studios is. I don't think it's ever been done in history. Outside of i would say pixar and that pretty much. Every pixar movie is is eva amazing to. It's very good. church ladder. Picks picks on more than than what marvel the. Mc you has done. so i'll say pixels probably the best here ever then seconds to them. I think malvo of consistency yet is a few in now have to marvel. Wasn't that great for captain. America fuss visuals and wasn't the grace. Amoeba in general is an amazing achievement. That is not easy to do. Making one good film in hollywood is really really hard learning making a universe where twenty five plus films or whatever and having a move kind of linked top is is on five nevada. Back getting fight. He's been able to kind of help. This adds what's your. What's your thoughts on this louis of well. In regards to predictability part. I would say that would be untrue at the time. But i do feel you're underestimating. The.

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"weeden" Discussed on Buddhist Society of Western Australia

Buddhist Society of Western Australia

03:49 min | 1 year ago

"weeden" Discussed on Buddhist Society of Western Australia

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"weeden" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:35 min | 1 year ago

"weeden" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Another body is being pulled from the rubble of the South Florida condo collapse. Miami Dade County Mayor Daniella Levine Cava says the death toll now stands at 79. Nearly half of the US population is fully vaccinated against the coronavirus. Brian Shook has more CDC numbers published Friday showed just under 48% have gotten all the necessary shots. 20 states have fully vaccinated more than half of their residents, while three states have fewer than 35% fully protected this as health officials push for more Americans to roll up their sleeves with the rise of the delta very in The CDC mentioned this week that Delta accounts for half of all new covid cases in the country. I'm Brian shook. The Biden administration is canceling $55.6 million in student loans for victims of fraud under President Biden. More than $1.5 billion in debt has been canceled for nearly 92,000 people. I'm Brad sequel and I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg newsroom The Cyberspace Administration of China has proposed a new rules that would require nearly all Chinese companies seeking to list in foreign countries such as the U. S to undergo a cyber security review. That's a move that would significantly tighten oversight over its Internet. Giants stocks had their third weekly gain. The S and P 500 rose to another record on Friday, led by banks and technology stocks. But some analysts are urging caution. Jim Paulsen is chief investment strategist at Leuthold Weeden Capital. You got Covid variant up scaring people. You You've got inflation surging here. You got fed talking, tapering. You got the M two money supply contracting. You got the stock market wondering what the bond market knows that stock investors don't so there's a lot of negative pressure. For the week, the S and P 500 rose 4/10 of 1%. The Dow Jones industrials up 2/10 of 1%, the NASDAQ rose 4/10 of 1% this week. NYPD officials teamed up with N. Y C district attorneys and federal officials Friday to announce an anti violence program to open 100 gyms throughout the city on Saturday nights. Is in an effort to find young people, a place where they could play sports and learn other skills more from Bloomberg's Denny's Pellegrini. It's being called Saturday Night lights and the sports spaces will be open in all five boroughs. This program is an expansion of an earlier smaller one started a few years ago by Manhattan, D. A. Cyrus Vance Jr to bring high quality sports activities to youth in Harlem. Children between the ages of 11.

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"weeden" Discussed on Museumspodden

Museumspodden

03:58 min | 1 year ago

"weeden" Discussed on Museumspodden

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"weeden" Discussed on HORSES IN THE MORNING

HORSES IN THE MORNING

04:04 min | 1 year ago

"weeden" Discussed on HORSES IN THE MORNING

"I don't think i would ever board a horse again. Because i absolutely love having them here. That said i work from home right so and they are part of my work also but if you had a job okay let's say to real job in an office and you were coming home with all the work. Would you have time to ride. I would i would figure it. I'll be i. I will get up super early and all that. But here's here's the dilemma. That i would have as putting myself in her situation. Because i'm in the situation all the time. Which is i. Don't want to ride a horse by myself. When i'm the only one on the property you know that makes it. I didn't let weeden let jennifer do that either. And and there's where. You're at. Where where i i would kill to not have to board again. Gosh i love having horses home. I love having him on my window. I love everything about it. I did put my arena by the road. Just in case anything happened But i do not like to ride again. I ride your on trade. But i i just i don't like to ride by myself here and to that would be the one thing that would keep me from doing it you know. Can you get a roommate. Can you get a border who comes out you know. Maybe they assisted you know. Let him stay for price of feed if they can help you with the worker they pitch in or you guys ride together you know. There's all sorts of options that you can work out but my thing is i would. I always will have my horses at home. As long as i'm not here by myself but if i'm by here by myself it is definitely nice to have a community and a place to board them where you have you know if you if something happens i mean. I'm all safety girl so you know if anything happens. I'm i'm able to forgive that what i've seen a lot of people come. When they bring the horses at homes they missed the camaraderie. Just hanging out with the other borders. Oh god i loved you. Being out of the company is awesome. I.

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"weeden" Discussed on WBUR

WBUR

08:19 min | 1 year ago

"weeden" Discussed on WBUR

"The letters of Paul Given this apocalyptic perspective, is market critic or a coach, critic or coach. The first option marked the moderate critic was most piercingly presented almost 40 years ago. First Let me give you the outline of the planking in this part of the scaffold and then let me tell you about the carpenter. On this view, Mark Combat combats a view of Jesus that will not accept his suffering his crucifixion long after the events of Calvary and Gal Gotha. Spirited and strong people singing a happy song have caused the earliest church to forget their baptism or its meaning. They expect his spirit, joy and soon a conquering victory over the all the plagues that persecute them. To this, mark says. No. To say no. Mark remembers in delicate detail the story of Jesus' passion, relying on a source a document he has probably inherited to say no Mark pointedly shows the ignorance and cowardice of Peter Accessory of Philippi and in Jerusalem to say no mark Criticizes diminishes the miracles of Jesus. Letting them wind away to nothing is the Gospel progressive. To say no Mark describes the disciples as Dunces. They didn't understand it and neither do you, he says. Mark stays within the fold of the inherited story of Jesus, the Gospel of Teaching and Passion of Galilee and Jerusalem, including our parable today. But he does so as a moderate critic of those who are unrealistic about the suffering that continues from which the gospel does not deliver any more than Jesus had been delivered from the cross. Saved Yes delivered. No On this view. At the heart of Mark, There is a bitter dispute and earliest Christianity about what constitutes discipleship, baptism. And mark is out to prove his opponents wrong. As with the alternative, there is plenty of evidence to support this sort of scaffold. One person who most powerfully presented this view is a dear friend. In fact, he was our immediate predecessor in our Rochester church. 11 years in that pope. It immediately followed his 17 as a Methodist minister who does doctoral work at Claremont. Has taken some decades for the force and power of his argument to stand up and stand out in comparison to the work of others. Ted Weeden wrote. Jesus serves as a surrogate for mark and the disciples serve as surrogates for Mark's opponents. The disciples in Mark are reprobates. The second option. Another scaffold has mark the critical moderate has in a way been present for a longer time, and one could say, is still the more dominant the majoritarian position. Culminating presentation of this position is in a two volume anchor Bible commentary. The author was once on the faculty of Boston University School of Theology. Joe Marcus. On this view, things in Mark's community are not so much at daggers drawn. There are differences, to be sure, but the disagreements our differences among friends. The mark and coaching does not face strong spirit. People committed to an idea of the divine man Mark is not so negative about miracles. The disciples are mistaken, but not malevolent. The titles for Jesus are not so telling or convincing. The real trouble is not so much in the community itself perish the thought, but outside among the potential deceivers of the church. Hence, on this scaffold. Mark has the job of more gently reminding his hearers of the cross of suffering of discipline of the cruciform character of Christianity as a moderate, a critical moderate Not a moderate coach, more than a critic critical moderate We have a hard time imagining our faith tradition was born out of serious conflict. It is like family stories. We really don't like to imagine that our family tree is littered with broken branches, Dead limbs, crooked roots. And Dutch elm disease. We like the picture of the palm tree, majestic and free. The second option appeals to our sense of pride in our Christian heritage. It is a more pleasing view. But the former Weeden's mark is over time. The stronger scaffold And what we need premise. Scaffold is not presentation, but reliability, not beauty, but strength. Here is where my feet come down. Marcus appeals to my heart. What I wish were true or truer, But my mind trusts Weeden. And our passage today is a case in point. From the vantage point of this scaffolding. The key verse this morning is 4 29. When the grain is ripe. At once he puts in the sickle because the harvest has come That is There comes a time of completion of testing. Requiring not just coaching, but also and more so warning warning. Listen this summer for the warning in mark more than the encouragement. Listen this summer for the warning in mark more than the encouragement. Listen for the critic. Not just the coach. The Ministry of Nature is meant to prepare us for the nature of ministry. The parables of seed and growth are meant to prepare us. Were those challenging moments of growth that still lie ahead. As individuals and as communities we prepare and need to prepare for the challenges the harvests of the future and friends. There are serious challenges ahead. There are riveting, sobering critical challenges ahead of us in the country, around the globe and in our churches this year to come challenges Challenge challenges for you, your community, your nation, its Constitution and its bedrock foundation in truth and freedom. Listen for the warnings this summer in Mark And here good news in the Ministry of Nature and the nature of ministry. The church is alive. The future is open love waits to the fill the human heart every human heart. The seed sprouts. We know not how four tastes all of heaven. And if the heavenly banquet has this menu, perhaps we need over these few earthly years to acquire a certain test for certain things like faith, like hope, like love, just a little little friendly, critical warning. So dear friends, then travel with a little imagination. Imagine Eucharist at Marsh Chapel. Stand to sing. Pause to reflect step out into the aisle. Look at and look past Abraham Lincoln and Frances Willard. Receive cup and bread, bread and cup. Kneel at the altar to pray. Stand in communion with the communion of saints here is the bread and cup of friendship. Imagine a congregation reciting together Accrete Asama him a poem. Imagine if you are willing. A congregation currently in diaspora, but just now by the words spoken and heard a gathered and thus addressable community. You and I and all together able to prepare for the challenges the harvests of the future. Able to prepare for Mark. Search.

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Is Zach Snyder's 'Justice League' a Good Movie?

The No Film School Podcast

09:36 min | 1 year ago

Is Zach Snyder's 'Justice League' a Good Movie?

"The very controversial for so many reasons for content reasons for formatting reasons i saw so many memes about the fact that it was reformatted. Four three zack zack. Snyder's justice league has officially dropped. We say dropped on the internet right. It's not like premiering a movie theater. It's just dropping on on. Streamers is fishy dropped on hbo. Max there's a complicated back story where zacks under had to leave mid production because of a family tragedy which is very sad judd app not try that patel just we took over just we apparently was a total asshole and there were all sorts of lawsuits. About what a dickey was and then you know. The film by many fans was not felt to reflects what zach snyder intended and there was long discussion of a zacks undercut image. Peo- max put in seventy million dollars to shoot a whole bunch more footage to make the zack snyder. Cut of justice league. Come out for years later. This is an interesting story because it is different. From a lot of directors cut stories. A lot of directors cut stories are ten years later. I'm grateful the studio give me access to the archive to rescan the negative and re-cut it is very rare in fact i can't think of an example where someone's like four years later. I got an extra seventy five million dollars to shoot additional footage to make an alternate movie like it is. Is there another example. That are missing where somebody got that. I don't know but what i do know. Is that in the history of film. There have been many many many directors cuts and extended editions and versions. That were revisited. We've talked about some of them here before. And most of our audience familiar with many of them It is not unheard of obviously for there to be something that prevents the original vision to be completed by the person who had it. And obviously there are many instances where somebody could go back and try and piece things together. Only orson welles. A number of times We even talked to. I talked to walter merch about going back in and recruiting and working on touch of evil. There are the magnificent emerson's with him as well. I think he's one of the early versions. Were early famous versions but bladerunner famously for anybody mir charles age And so much inbetween. It's such a common story but this one does stand apart because yeah he was given basically a massive feature film budget to make more of it his version of it and it is an interesting thing like will this happen more often. Will we get criminal. And saying actually i want to shoot a whole different ending too dark dark knight rises fifteen years later. Because i've rethought it. And i wanna go into a very complicated sort of relationship between the artists and the work when you remove the theatrical premiere and when you open up the idea of shooting original additional footage it is a it's vastly different so Full disclosure wasn't able to finish it have a two year olds. Get very sleepy very easily. Don't have four hours with two year. Old where i can watch the whole thing but universally in my social media of the people in my life everyone i know seems to have really enjoyed the new cup more than the last cut. I do not understand why people hate on sex neither so much. I genuinely enjoyed his dawn of the dead. I thought it was solid. I also am a like. I wanted to get into movies. Originally to make watchmen. When i was nice school. I don't hate his watchman. Cut like everyone else does. I don't understand whether so mad about it. I think people to hate sex. Neither for some reason that does not make sense to me. I'll also disclosed and then michelle. I know michelle is actually watched both right but so i have watched the new one. I watched the snyder cut. I did it. I made it through. Well di i not a big comic book movie fan. In general i have seen many of them though. And i did not see the original justice league so i had to do some research on what changed which was really interesting to me. I also actually really think highly of him from a visual standpoint. I find that even when he's not like a lot of the movies directed this one included. The material is just not great in my opinion but he's visually so committed to the bit that he does that his sequences really worked for me. And i think he's a great comic book movie director choice. Because i think he's really. His camera is like ballot. Check i think his action sequences are visually compelling. And i think his approach like to me the thing that felt the weakest about this. I mean obviously the some some major casting problems major script problems but all that aside i think it it mimicked. Some of what marvel does too much sometimes which i don't really like. They're some straight up. Like this is just an avenger. Seen but not as good. And i don't really love what it was in the first place personally but all my my personal take aside. I think filmmakers He is just he really doesn't. He's earnest he's not tongue in cheek and sometimes it gets a little silly and you might laugh. But i think his earnest approach to how dramatic he is with his camera like from dawn of the dead to the three hundred to a and tackling real quick charles before michelle I think that warner brothers is known to have some really tight released times. They don't have the same war chest that disney does for like they. They set these release dates. They they have to make them. I'm not going to get into the wise. And if sets really true but and that puts a lot of pressure on finishing something and delivering something. And i think that some of the the flaws in some of these dc comic book movies have to do with some of that some of us so anyway onto you. Michelle i f Well done on watching. The center is a endeavor. I i think i knew what the runtime was. But it doesn't click in my head until i was watching and the timeline at the bottom. It has like how long you've watched. And i miss read it. I thought it was much like when it said two and a half hours at the bottom. I thought that was a total Not they meant time that i had laughed and that was quite a surprise. So it's long. Don't don't kid yourself jack. Knifed mini series has parts could have been released in parts. My first input. If you will is i feel like i. Keep reading the quote snyder cut. That snyder wouldn't release in two thousand seventeen and i would argue that. I don't know this is i. Don't think this is at all what would have been released for so many reasons. It's a it's a post weeden post tragedy post. Hbo max snyder display. I don't think we would be able to release a for. I could be wrong. A four hour epic in a theater in twenty seventeen. I don't obviously say that. There are many teaser. There are changes are subtle there. Some people have pointed them out and in terms of very subtle and different. Like stolen changes. That i think are in there now. For example there's a billboard others billboard in the city at some point in the messages you're not alone and a lot of people have guessed that something that snyder put in in reference to his daughter. Like these little things that have been put in log away 'cause post years of reflection on it and i just don't think not content aside just the run time. I'm not sure how many people really yes for hours within a theatre. Let's do it. I don't know if we the same. i do. Think a really interesting experiment if anyone ever wants to ever play with this idea of same footage different story concept of how to edit something together. Because i started watching the josh sweden version the same evening. Don't do this same evening through off after watching case for a minute i thought you were. You said you meant side by side like you had to i. Four by three setup does allow you. I will say to have it on the side of my screen. As i was like doing some work so i will say the former three at least helpful in the arrangements of your browser window because like i'm not cutting anything off because it's not a letterbox or other format so the four by three is is is makes it easier to have the size. No i tried watching the conversion right. After some of the scenes giving away some of the scenes that feel pivotal in the story. Line are like thrown in the credits. The opening like oh i get with. This is going to do you. I don't know if i can sit through

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07:00 min | 1 year ago

"weeden" Discussed on The Know Show

"Like it's very diverse. Because you're reading all these scripts tab. Listen and have you. Where do you so what direction do you want to take down the. Just take as it comes. Yeah that's a very good question from me specifically about to. Yeah yeah we switch back. Stop do a very good question for me specifically because because i do work on these excavations as about five excavations i worked within turkey and also. I went with iraqi colleagues on excavations that they've done. I might say participated. Next rations enroll myself but that means that every year. Something new comes up. So i have to deal with different stuff every year and that. That's where i see. Mark my main focus is is in translating and publishing this new material so that the academic community but also the wider community at large can appreciate it. So that's that's one methyl the staple of what i do. I suppose. And then you have to understand the historical context of these things written in and stuff like that. So that's what i do. Most of the i'd say Let's about half my research i suppose. And then the other half of it is. I tried to understand. I'd like to try to understand. How knowledge of cuneiform writing and practices of cuneiform writing traveled from across the cuneiform world. So basically you know from southern iraq essentially over thousands of years all the way to turkey. How did that happen well. Sort of educational context is that guy to have had. What sort of Us context is uniform. Used in in the dick different places was he being used for. And how does it. How does it How does that reflect on how we can interpret the historical information that comes from tablets in the because in iraq and in syria. They use cuneiform in everyday documents. That kind of thing in turkey. They don't In turkey cuneiform. Is i only use this kind of extended royal family elite administration and the administration that was devoted to keeping this royal family alive and there and keeping them safe from whatever disease and basically pursuing their interests so much more elite thing phenomenon in in turkey than it was in iraq In turkey instead they have this cartographic writing in one thousand nine hundred tanya that developed during the second millennium bc and then carried on in the first millennium bc. So that's another quite possibly that was more widespread but if so then we've lost a lot of the documents that it was written on. I've been writing it on on wood or leather all. Sometimes they seem to have written On lead strips with some of those But what we see Like stone display inscriptions and stuff like that. And if they display inscriptions pro blake meant to be read by paypal. Okay okay yeah so. I'm thinking i'm thinking the script is probably a bit more hardened if it united pictures essentially whereas you can say that from the cuneiform as you see any pictures no yeah so so. I work on that. And i'm very interested in how these how These different scripts in different languages. Interact with each other. That were kind of changes happen when you take one writing system about one place and you transplant it over to another place. Intercultural communication is is is my thing pose mixed lost sense and where we can people find your nine. Yeah you can follow me on the website. So that's why most of my article was a bear. i haven't gotten academia dot edu A website but you know i should. I should get one. I also i also i sit on the On the involved in a organization called the london center for the ancient near east. And we've got a website and we We put on seminars at the moment. They're all online. But we do them every monday so we have monday evening. Seminars which are the moment. The is being organized by my colleague. Janacek and mother colleagues. emily roman. And we've got a series on at the moment on texts and performance side. I how tex performed in like dogs or stories or whatever weather actually performed or religious texts and that kind of thing with ibm. How would i have been performed or recited. Not kind of thing. So that's that's what's going on at the moment Next this is all online of course so next next year we're gonna have another series again online talks mondays which will be interviews with on a tokes by by colleagues from the middle east basic bounding. The us the fact that we've got this this Online focused firms in the bible get colleagues exempt from the middle east. Trump publicized Mall are you intuitively determines. Yeah i tweet. On the under the handle at london center any which again is is the twitter account for london's nearest i'll link everything on on the episode new. Yes show excellent. Did you make five minute summaries. Would you let me. I mean just in terms of finishes at bahia so so yes so yeah. Appreciate use of breaking down. The work followed As we'd be interested nothing you did. Shed light on you. Simplify a lot for me. I was so confused as to know the differences between the two languages. Languages are and how they develop. So i think you've you've done a fantastic job and explain that i love to have you on. The show sometimes seem to sort of. Tell us about some more developments. Just like to take a moment to kind of remind you guys to subscribe talk. Show an oprah platfo and youtube as well as instagram. You can find these links on. Www dot the no-show dot net. Join us today and be pov the research revolution..

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08:02 min | 1 year ago

"weeden" Discussed on The Know Show

"Loads of the tablets light lots of lists sheep and and and the various other departments of the bureaucracy and administration letters. There's loads of letters. Let's a old times not so much in that particular appeared. Actually but there if you will is quite But letters is from most periods of gainful. You get people writing letters to each other and It can be. Let's us between kings about international politics or whatever or it can be Letters are already very mundane level. Like oh you know you said you were gonna send me some Some clothes and you haven't done it yet. And we're all day and i'll be waiting twenty years action again. I mean there's this amazing is amazing Load of letters from a site in turkey which is a merchant colony from azure. Which is in Nolan evac in northern iraq area. And they've they've settled in turkey and is basically long distance trade. That's going on there. And and they're there for like twenty years or whatever so the wives are home. They're writing to their wives or their other business. Partners partners are at home in northern iraq and quite often. It's like oh joy you said you were gonna pay me this money twenty years ago. I haven't seen it really. Just you know just just this. The typical human moaning and complaining. Nestle so all i moan and complain more than anyone can imagine honestly reading. The letters is is such fun as well. You just realize these people Just like us and the foot of moaning and hectoring and complaining and Yeah even when sometimes been token to periods shall you if i could share the screen and you might have cut hushed can show you one of the tablets i worked on. What is your in any way. can you say that. Yeah yeah so there you go. That's what that's that's a. Yeah that's a hittite tablet basically and from turkey so that was found in excavations in around nineteen ninety-six around the Actually entirely show a win but excavations the hittite capital which is in central turkey It's called how to serve capital really. We should call them the hutchison's It sounds a bit on we get. I'm hits from the bible. Bicyc- well the bible code the nickeled in iran the hittite and that kind of stuff But it's a bit of a misnomer but anyway so this is a letter. Well it's not really letter actually is more of a rant And it's from anti king to king of a neighboring will not neighboring but a bit somewhere over the anyway kingdom code he alwa- that people think is identical with the Chiens that get mentioned in greek homer in that kind of stuff you know. Great epics and stuff like that We should essentially you know greece as oppose and so it's quite long. We referred to it as a letter. But it's not really that there it's bit of around and he's he's going on the king of the akilah kings going on about how he's In this renegade Character called pm. Arado keeps attacking hittite towns and and then retreating into keo territory. And he's he's the king is as really just moaning about you know how i thought we were supposed to be brothers. You and me then actually brothers but they they they keep this could of ferring to each other as brothers for diplomatic reasons you know. And he's just moaning about how You're not being very polite to me and stuff like that. You keep giving giving Sucker to this guy who's who's coming over and wasting my territories fascinating and so i guess. The human element of is really tending because essentially is like a human need remains. The same safety doesn't need for you know good friendship and civility. So human need have i mean is involved in in slightly by still fundamentally the same thing absolutely absolutely i all right. So i'm gonna put a little bit of a caveat in the 'cause i completely agree with you and that's what really attracts you to these texts. Rate attracts me to these texts. E conc- the humans in there and you can see the personalities of the people. And i certainly wouldn't have liked to known this hittite king doesn't seem very nice but that's okay but You can really say the personalities and you can really identify with them and that's something that you get from literature as well in two andrew. Gioja talked about the epic of gilgamesh but at the same time. We've got to remember that this is four thousand. This is three and a half thousand years ago. Whatever three Three thousand two hundred years ago and the people were living in a very very different kind of society. So you just go to. Yeah say identify with all this stuff in humans being the same Full-time but it's important as well as a historian for me to say okay. What i need to also understand. What the context is that in written and stuff like that. And i need to understand Anita one stand. This is a document on its own terms. Not the i'm gonna projecting my perceptions from the modern day into it so as academic. I'll have to stand back from that kind of initial feeding of community that you have with these texts. Which is why. I do it as i said earlier. That's absolutely. Why did this feeding that. Europe's communicating with these very concrete human beings but As an academic back from that inside. No i need to look at the context. I need to understand what kind of document lays as You know i was talking about is a letter isn't a letters of light. La fit into genre categories at that time even like the shape of the document We'll other documents looked like this and that sort of thing. So so as an academic. I have to sit on. Those feelings are actually the whole reason for being interested in stuff in the first place. Now i mean. I agree with you wholeheartedly. Because of the fact that context also gives us. I guess context help explain how we got to where we are now in in sort of the evolution of timing and how so of these kingdoms in their practices in the and livelihoods changed over time. So you know. There's there's definitely no disregarding the things i i'm really interested in knowing is it about your work is is now that you saw. I mean to me. Sounds.

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"weeden" Discussed on The Know Show

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07:45 min | 1 year ago

"weeden" Discussed on The Know Show

"You know like Man will down the street wherever whatever i think that there are. I can see where you're coming from you. So you're you're saying that the between the two languages there was this of this sort of structure relationship in terms of the composition of the sentences. Well not really. It say you're in arabic. You're allowed to put the verb at the beginning of the sentence that initial and that's quite common to do it. And in hebrews well an in other west semitic languages but in a county in the vote goes at the end pro-trade okay and that is due to the influence of sumerian. Okay i see so where where in differs from the other semitic languages. That's because they were living with these marion speakers. Who is the verb at the end to marion. The verb always goes at the end on in the county that we have From very early period some of the very earliest techs. Actually it's debatable. But from a very early period cadena always has it for but at the end. So that's that's like they've taken that over from sumerian and he's very unique because as you can no. I'm trying to play around with the sentences to see a come to end in arabic right. Okay yeah let me begin by snaps. Not that's it. That's i saw an Less common of semitic languages except to karen so we think that because of the thousand years whatever living together with the sumerian speakers and people are basically bilingual samaria canyon abet in and at some times. Sumerian was more politically important that sometimes acadian was more politically important. So you know it was. It was used more frequently. It's this process of living together basically And speaking the same languages that means that one language has had an influence on the other that the acadian is behaving in a way that other semitic languages down this some other things like for example In a candian say certain syllables out of words is quite important. would formation principles about. You can't have too many short syllables in a word. You know a couple of drop out. And that kind of thing again not really parallel by the other semitic languages. It happens in sumerian so this is people being bilingual and living in communities speak both languages over a long period. they're kind of second language acquisition in stuff. Way if you if you speak another language quite often You can find yourself of thinking in that other language when you're trying to speak fin thinking in language i when you're trying to speak into this very common and i guess that's something that's been happening since you know since the beginning of civilization. What's what's really interesting to me is an eating is like what got you into so of guests studying uniform. And just being generally interested in these in his periods and languages. Yeah what got me into it. Cuneiform particularly I suppose bit bold quite random. Mexico found this book in a bookshop. And i just. I just started caddying grandma and i've always liked the idea of learning ancient languages and things like that. I've done quite a few And annoy i started reading a acadian I didn't have a job at the time and Like reading this book. And i'll just oh actually. I'm not doing very well anything else boston to be. Quite good at this So i went and did A certificate and then a an mis. Oas i'm back since. Yeah but it's just the the process of reading the interests way the fact that you know you're reading this stuff and deciphering it and it's like doing puzzles with languages and fairlight languages. Language is always like that and this is like doing puzzles with languages. That's what really excites me and This process an act of disarmament itself is is just really rewarding. So once i take was that sorry. I'm saying i mentioned this is i mean. Just because i mentioned the diversity of of so the damage damages that you'll see it must be you know It must be something that sort keeps you on your toes. yes absolutely and i'm saying just now it's like when you decide for something you need. Think on the first person who's read this for four thousand years or whatever you know that can be. There's something so. I work on archaeological digs as well With teams in turkey iraq. And quite often you'll there and a clay tablet just comes out with the cuneiform. When you you just standing around saying what does it. Say and andy reid it and and you know it takes to read these things and he just. I've just read that. I've understood it and it's like a message from full thousand years ago three years ago and he just think this is mind. This is just absolutely mad. How did i get into this position to be able to do this. It's the best job in the loop and it's just it's incredible adrenaline kick that you get from connecting as it were with these. Ancient voices knows amazing. Any sophia's is like that's a story in itself. Because you're very right. You are so connected with this off like i. I guess this this transitionary period that nobody actually knew existed. And and it's coming to you in the form of a of a tablet. And i wanna ask about these tablets that you get to read and stuff like that. I know you mentioned earlier on is sometimes. It's just you know just day to day stuff in them having a laugh and that sort of stuff like give us an example of some of the stuff that you've read show well. The vast majority actually tablets Invite economic documents. When i say day today i mean day-to-day debt notes. You know or it depends on the kind of context that the stuff the tablets come from. We've got like type. Lots and lots of a huge proportion of the tablets that are out there are from the twenty first century a which is the period that's referred to as the third dynasty of ood which is down in southern iraq. And it was this you know emperor was an emperor will ever now but I had this amazing bureaucracy and administration.

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06:39 min | 1 year ago

"weeden" Discussed on The Know Show

"The thing that really helped with the disarmament of hey tides one could read it because Cuneiform had been deciphered. Basically and you could see what the world would spell it out. But no one knew they meant and then someone realized out The word here for water is water. Okay it's water. That is what our anyway is they would and it could be recognized as an indo european language. Really help with decipher them. So you got all these different languages being written in cuneiform And a long history Over really large area as well you know from from iran rights up to turkey. What people using this script to write different languages. Yeah this is very interesting. I mean it sounds like the interest me the most if we go back to sumerian an acadian is so there seems to be very little known about the sumerian language and so way that stems from an could you answer. So could you elaborate. A bit more about samaritan and contrast to acadian. Show absolutely right. Is that this perception. Certainly that Sumerian this is difficult to understand and whatever is because it's taken a really long time for us to work out how the language works. And it's still going on. But i think we know a lot more about sumerian now than we date So as far as academic knowledge of sumerian is concerned yes. It's getting much more accessible. And we can understand the grammar a lot better than we did And we can translate the works. That may as well that that's really important. So there's an awful lot of sumerian literature out there it's really fun to read Great great stories and i'd recommend viewers on youtube. i think something that my colleague donna. Shock did recently which it's i A sumerian debate poem from around two thousand bc. And she she did this. Incredible amazing translation of it as well as what is You know managing to establish the text. But she didn't amazing translation and then there was a performance of this debate poem. They did alone line performance With the two opponents one speaking english speaking arabic. Yeah exactly and they're going to do a film of as well. So that's that's a really really nice. Accessible way of getting into this material is watching performances. i in the future But this great literature as well and it's it's really down to earth what they were writing about dr so these mystique of sumerian is being something other worldly. Oh ever is a is full ready because once you actually read the stuff they write about. It's really every day and stuff that talking about dilated laugh and a joke just like everyone else and so when your question where does it. Come from that's Yeah very difficult very difficult. That is That is something that is very difficult to outside Some sumerian words like word for hand for example only About five of them. That are very similar to words in a language kharian which is also written in the cuneiform script and we know it from northern syria connor the jets and That was that was quite a widespread language. They had an impact on. You know that kind of thing in the millennium so we know we again. Hurry ends quite fully understood. But when i don't quite a bit of it but So few words seemed all the similar to hurry him. And it's rather likely that kind of sumerian and hot curry populations might have lived together. Samir speaking and hurrying speaking populations by live together. Certain time because it's not as if the languages are related. They must've spent some time with each other and exchange these words or whatever so that must've happened somewhere and that no way but Maybe zagros mountains area so between iraq and iran nor show. I mean that's just total speculation. Yeah and the relationship. Between the i mean. Is there any relationship between the katie language in charge accounting married. Sorry no genetically speaking. No you know nation. Ease the genetic suppose but as far as language families is concerned No there isn't because society to the semitic language families arabic and hebrew and stuff like that and smearing is just completely on its own but they lived with each other canyon speakers and sumerian speakers in such close proximity for such a long time that the languages to had a real effect on each other so for example unlike other semitic languages accordion puts its verb at the end of a sentence. Okay what do you speak arabic yet. What is the guy in the an arabic sentence Arabic good the sentenced to yes in that usually at the beginning it could be at the beginning depending on where depending on the structure of the sentence depending on the structure of the sentence. Yeah exactly but you. Usual sentence Without being a subordinate close. Whatever they want to get into too much. Grandma told know the hebrews. Well think isn't it that Usually.

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"weeden" Discussed on The Know Show

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07:18 min | 1 year ago

"weeden" Discussed on The Know Show

"Before we saw the show. I'd like to take a minute to ask you guys to help us. Keep the show alive by subscribing youtube channels and on spotify nigerians. Please also take time to follow instagram. At the no-show put those of you can help a little bit more. Please contribute our patriot account. Which can be found on our youtube videos and website to access to all these links please visit. Www dot the no show dot net if you aren't already aware the no-show cost an initiative designed to make academic research accessible to everyone. Why is it that we spend billions of taxpayer money each year to fund some of the most amazing research but never really get to know. What's in it by opening up the latest research a much wider audience. Not only do we expand our knowledge and understanding of the world but we also inspire young people who otherwise wouldn't know anything about this book is time we. The people get voted academic research even if it's just as listeners so we can truly make education a democracy mark. Welcome to the national meeting. Have you just quickly for for the sake of our guest because you give a background about yourself in newark. Yeah absolutely on us. Investi of london and study and teach for the moment. Cuna foam so cuneiform world studies like to spiders it's also referred to as a serial which is the Study of basically the ancient languages of iraq. Iran turkey syria From around three thousand b. Say to around the turn of the millennium kind of thing about until two hundred eight days or whatever mostly in this script the is cool. Cuneiform which is basically a script dismayed made by a impressing wedgies into clay and because clay is extremely durable. We've got thousands and thousands of these games tablets from the from very ancient periods And so that's what. I do basic so study and Sometimes take a a script. That's not quite beautiful but is always just behind me actually. Hieroglyphic is a hard with experience that comes from turkey from the second millennium bc and That's used to a language called lou. Ian which is related to anguish could hit which is written in cuneiform and in cuneiform us have languages like sumerian and acadian. So those those are the main languages do the county in sumerian and. Hey so you understand. We are the candy language and language at the earliest they the translations of this tyrod. These hieroglyphics right okay. Well the different can they. The earliest language that we've got written here for is sumerian. So the first cuneiform writing around three thousand four hundred bc in southern iraq. It doesn't see it impossible for us to work out. What language is is in because it's mainly pictures of things but over the years Say through the third millennium bc. The cuneiform script becomes regularized so the relationship between the pictures and And what was supposed to be presenting is lost. I'll pictures anymore. Becomes like a standardized script Way you can't see what is supposed to be represented by sign or whatever and really period as well. They stopped instead of just writing down pictures of things. They stop writing down. Sounds okay and then. That's the real big development by You know For example if you think of the word catastrophe for example and then you you write the first syllable of that with a picture of a cat. That means you're using the picture of the cat not represent a cat but to write the word catastrophe kennedy and they says this is how script develops from pitches to writing. Sounds and this starts happening any early. Third millennium bc am by the time You can just and that means you can start recognizing language so around three thousand base of something like that. We can stop to recognize that this. The language that uniforms first being used to write is sumerian down there in southern around okay so sumerian language which is not related to any other language. So it's very difficult to decipher that That was the beginning of the cuneiform tradition. That cy once we can identify languages. And then we start getting stuff through third millennium bc written in a semitic language acadian so county into semitic language related hebrew arabic the other semitic languages and for that reason. It was much easier to decipher candian than say sumerian because a lot of the words lit rather similar to words in arabic and stuff like that well or hebrew. So there's a caddie and starts getting written and you've got lots of more and more caddying documents again. Central iraq northern iraq is where and is being spoken Unwritten and then sumerian is still being spoken but it dies out around two thousand. Bc dies out not spoken anymore but much like in a european middle ages. Latin everyone speaking that. Oh using that in the church or in You know in a language. Learning to marion carried on as a language of learning for the cuneiform world and language of the gulf's if you'd like and Candian however took over and became the main language that was used throughout the cuneiform world during the second millennium say during the second millennium bc. You will start getting other languages being written in cuneiform so for example hittite which is one of my specialisms. That's up in Turkey so in the center of turkey. they write he taught including. He's i completely unrelated to marion to ulta the semitic languages to accounted. It's a an indo european language so like like english and german and those in. Oh so that was.

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02:33 min | 2 years ago

"weeden" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"I tell you what, Jo Jo, that that was That was a great conversation because I am still looking at this list of quarterbacks home. We're talking about dried cherry from Cleveland. Yes, man. I'm just looking at this list of quarterbacks that have played. So you go through the whole list because I know you left some names out. Oh, my goodness. I'm uh Let me just let me just go back. And what year do you want me to start it? Hmm. Well, when did it start getting After burning coals are a kind of God crazy, Actually, after Veni Veni tested already then you went Tim Couch, man. You remember him? Oh, yeah. Catch from Nebraska, wasn't he? I think I don't know where he was. Wasn't Tim Couch thing? Tim Couch playing Nebraska on Let me see him. He played. He played Kentucky, Kentucky of Tennessee. One of those. Yeah. He was the first overall pick. Okay, I know that guy. The University of Kentucky, right. He probably should be finishing his career right now. I'll buy offended everybody Nebraska and saying that you wish you had camped out to play 16 games. That's it and his rookie year and then his second year he played 14 games. And then they made a switch to Kelly Holcomb and the end Tim Couch play. In a games. So you got Jeff Garcia came in. I remember Jeff out there and Cleveland, He played 10 games. Look, Macau and play four games. Now. Wasn't that Jeff Garcia after the 40 Niners? Yes, right. And then they got Trent Dilfer and then Dilfer played 11 games. Charlie Fried played five games. Then the next year in 2006 Charlie for our play 13 games. Derek Anderson played three and old seven. Derek Anderson play 15. Charlie Frye played one Okay. In 2008. Derek Anderson played nine. Brady Quinn Play three. Can Dorsey played three Bruce Krakowski play one. 2009 Brady Quinn played nine Derek Anderson played 7 2010 Colt McCoy played eight. Jake alone played for cynical Wallis play for And 2011 Colt McCoy played 13 Seneca Wallace played three And 2012. Brandon Weeden, another first round draft pick, played 15 and that Louis Plate one Jason Campbell, another first round draft pick, played eight. Brandon Weeden played eight. Honestly..

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Dealing With Lawn Weeds

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02:39 min | 2 years ago

Dealing With Lawn Weeds

"Suddenly i have much danny lines in my yard. Can i use a weed killer this time of year. Well by all means yes now Some advice annette the weed or weeds. Different kinds will actually kill better when they are growing right now most things and looks at some dan. Line my own yard yesterday. What is making my tour The driza bone and yet even though they a very deep route. I would recommend watering the lawn Well three three hours in each place you water. Get the dandelions buckhorn and at center a growing or at least functioning shall we say and then it will absorb the weed killer better And the the the follow up would be roughly ten fourteen days later and that of course put us well into october. But at that point hit him again weeden feed or just a weed killer and they may or may not look dead. They'll they'll probably curl a little and look where non dead if you will your but at the same time usually on that and clover and oh come on little blue flower anyhow it. Those craters can look like they're alive going into winter then they suffer with the winter in a normal way. Shall we say they don't show up again in the spring row ever if they do show up again in the spring right while they're starting to recover put not the new light. Green leaves grass growing. Everything's looking great. Hit him again. Because some of these things with the deeper route and a really significant factor rascals to get killed and you you don't necessarily get a one shot does all type of thing now if you have quite a few weeds in your lawn this year and you're gonna do your fault meaning can go ahead and use the type of fertilizers. Fertilizers that also have the weed killer it means and there's where Well those are usually dry blends and that there's nothing wrong with that except that you want the kernels. The whatever it's bound on as they fall out of the spreader you want him to stick to leave. So i would definitely get up really early in the morning while there's do run spreader then use your old shoes wet feet before for you. Get very far but Yes by all means a weeden feet as a matter of fact if it would be good use weed feed this time of year.

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"weeden" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

05:00 min | 2 years ago

"weeden" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"With you from the CBS Sports Radio Studios in New York Broadcasting to affiliates nationwide in north of the border. Acreage to Atlanta, Dallas to Delaware, Kalamazoo and Waterloo. Way around the air. Everything we're saying be a everything, and we come to you live from the rocket mortgage studios when you need certainty in the home buying process with alone that fits your life rocket can How we doing? Everybody welcome back after the new year happy 2021 we thank you for spending your morning with us. We're happy to be here and coming up this morning here on the show. We're all over week 17 of the NFL season. The playoffs are now set. We'll talk about Derek Henry's 2000 yard season and historically where that ranks coming up in 20 minutes from now in 40 minutes momentous Monday, inspiration in sports. Coming up next hour. We'll talk about the Dolphins questions after getting blown out by the bills yesterday, specifically the off season with number three overall pick and a lethargic end of the season for two, a tongue of I Loa Mike McCarthy, blowing it in his game against the Giants will analyze Well, look at the best wild card matchup will rank um one through six. Also, who won? The mothership backed? We had so much on the line is always Football season will give you the breakdown of that and Brandon Weeden Mothership icon He has gone from Punch line two respected analyst here on the D a show For years. We used him as a punching bag. And then just weeks ago he joined us. We buried the hatchet. I admitted that we had used him as a pin Yata for years. He was cool. We kissed and made up. We shook virtual hands, and now he's going to just join us to break down. Football Held great. Is this redemption story? So he's going to drop on by in our number four all of that this morning, plus more on a Monday morning edition. Crews all back together and weeks upon weeks. We have not been altogether on one show dating back to before Christmas. So you would think everybody would return Smiley happy, excited to work with one another. That is not the case. I'm sure My guess is we're back for about four minutes and already people are annoyed with one another. So 2021 is here. You want to jump in on any of the topics that I mentioned or anything else from week 17. Let's do it, huh? 855 to 1 to four. CBS is the phone number 855 to 124227. And on Twitter connect with us DEA on CBS. Easy Way to Connect D A on CBS. We begin with the Sunday Night er. Washington needed to win to get in early in the day. The giant's head Beating the Cowboys. Meaning that if the Eagles could pull off the upset, the Giants were going to go to the playoffs. However. In that second half done. Peterson made a curious decision. Pulled Jalen hurts. Carson Wentz was a healthy scratch because wences kicking and screaming like a baby and wants to be traded, which meant that the Eagles went to Nate. Sudden, Feld. Nate, sudden Feld of all people. As you might imagine. That didn't go great. Sudden, Feld was a disaster. The Eagles and up losing the game and Twitter is aflame. Giants fans can't believe it. National media. Upset. The Eagles had Doug Peterson. Had not done right by sportsmanship they owed. The New York Giants. They owed the NFL at large. They owed the league the respect Playing hard and their starters right to the whistle. Because they owed competition this much. I'm here to tell you That's ridiculous. It is where we begin your cold Open, filled in the shotgun left foot in front of right takes the snap back to pass Looks right now throws over the middle. It's caught around the 30 yard line. Not too about the 31 yard line, like clock shows cripple zeros, and.

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New Chinese Space Plane Landed At Mysterious Air Base, Evidence Suggests

All Things Considered

03:20 min | 2 years ago

New Chinese Space Plane Landed At Mysterious Air Base, Evidence Suggests

"Appears to have successfully tested a new spacecraft. Last week's mission was shrouded in secrecy. But as NPR's Jeff from field reports, there are some clues about what China sent into space and why. Last Friday, a Chinese rocket took off carrying a mysterious payload. A terse statement on state media said it was quote A reusable experimental spacecraft, but they didn't give a launch time. They don't have any more details. No riel official footage of the Lord's Jonathan Mcd, Alison astronomer, Earthy Center for Astrophysics, Harvard and Smithsonian who specializes in tracking satellites and spacecraft orbiting the Earth. When he plotted the course of China's new craft, he found that it passed over a secretive military facility. An area called Loop Nure, where China once tested its nuclear weapons. There's an air base there, which has AH big runway that's aligned exactly in the direction ofthe the orbit of the space craft. On Sunday, China announced its new spacecraft heads landed. Sure enough fuzzy satellite images napped by a commercial company called Planet. Seemed to show activity on the giant runway right at the moment, the landing would have occurred. McDowell says that the evidence is circumstantial, but he believes China has just tested a space plane. Think of it. It's a little space shuttle a craft with wings probably too small to carry people that took off on a rocket and coasted back to Earth. The information of all hands together now that this wass A test of something probably a space plane that made a winged reentry on landed on the runway at Lop nor the US Air Force has a similar spacecraft called the X 37 B. It's been launched in since 2010. So if that's what China tested, why now it's a great question. We're not even really sure why the United States military is pursuing a space plane like it's been doing for the last Decade or so. Brian Weeden Studies face security issues with the Secure World Foundation. The U. S X 37 B program remains highly classified. Weeden says he believes it's being used to test new sensors and systems for the military. Think about if you're building a brand new satellite, and you've got a lot of fancy new technology that's never been in space before. That's potentially risky. But if you can apply some of that technology in space, let's say in the payload bay of a reusable space plane that could allow you to get a better feel for how about react. McDowell says that space planes which travel many times, the speed of sound, could also potentially helped with the development of so called hyper sonic weapons. Uh, honestly, he thinks China could just be copying the US if the Americans have one of those. That must be a good reason for it. So we better get one, too. The landing of the space plane or whatever it was, is just the latest success for China. McDowell says that recently completed its own satellite navigation system, it has a robotic missions going to Mars and several probes on the moon. China's firing on all thrusters in space on just really increasing its level of involvement on capabilities, and I think that this is just one more reflection of that Jeff from feel. NPR NEWS Washington

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New Chinese Space Plane Landed At Mysterious Air Base, Evidence Suggests

All Things Considered

03:20 min | 2 years ago

New Chinese Space Plane Landed At Mysterious Air Base, Evidence Suggests

"Appears to have successfully tested a new spacecraft. Last week's mission was shrouded in secrecy. But as NPR's Jeff from field reports, there are some clues about what China sent into space and why. Last Friday, a Chinese rocket took off carrying a mysterious payload. A terse statement on state media said it was quote A reusable experimental spacecraft, but they didn't give a launch time. They don't have any more details. No riel official footage of the Lord's Jonathan Mcd, Alison astronomer, Earthy Center for Astrophysics, Harvard and Smithsonian who specializes in tracking satellites and spacecraft orbiting the Earth. When he plotted the course of China's new craft, he found that it passed over a secretive military facility. An area called Loop Nure, where China once tested its nuclear weapons. There's an air base there, which has AH big runway that's aligned exactly in the direction ofthe the orbit of the space craft. On Sunday, China announced its new spacecraft head landed sure enough fuzzy satellite images snapped by a commercial company called Planet. Seemed to show activity on the giant runway right at the moment, the landing would have occurred. McDowell says that the evidence is circumstantial, but he believes China has just tested a space plane. Think of it. It's a little space shuttle a craft with wings probably too small to carry people that took off on a rocket and coasted back to Earth. The information of all hands together now that this wass A test of something probably a space plane that made a winged reentry on landed on the runway at Lop nor the US Air Force has a similar spacecraft called the X 37 B. It's been launched in since 2010. So if that's what China tested, why now it's a great question. We're not even really sure why the United States military is pursuing a space plane like it's been doing for the last Decade or so. Brian Weeden Studies face security issues with the Secure World Foundation. The U. S X 37 B program remains highly classified. Weeden says he believes it's being used to test new sensors and systems for the military. Think about if you're building a brand new satellite, and you've got a lot of fancy new technology that's never been in space before. That's potentially risky. But if you can apply some of that technology in space, let's say in the payload bay of a reusable space plane that could allow you to get a better feel for how about react. McDowell says that space planes which travel many times, the speed of sound, could also potentially helped with the development of so called hyper sonic weapons. Uh, honestly, he thinks China could just be copying the US if the Americans have one of those. That must be a good reason for it. So we better get one, too. The landing of the space plane or whatever it was, is just the latest success for China. McDowell says that recently completed its own satellite navigation system, it has a robotic missions going to Mars and several probes on the moon. China's firing on all thrusters in space on just really increasing its level of involvement on capabilities, and I think that this is just one more reflection of that Jeff from feel. NPR NEWS Washington

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Is Space Junk Cluttering Up The Final Frontier

Short Wave

05:36 min | 2 years ago

Is Space Junk Cluttering Up The Final Frontier

"We are tackling a question from listener. Rachel. Weiss space-junk this growing population of manmade objects cluttering up Earth orbit so Does that happen? Okay I. Let's consider what satellites are made out of metal plastic glass powered by batteries or solar panels, and when they're placed in specific orbital highways, they stay there moving. So quickly that they don't fall towards the earth kind of like, you know if you had to put a boat in a body of water, you want to avoid fighting the current kind of thing that's more. But jaw who we met earlier, he says that from sputnik onwards, our satellites have been creating debris shedding spent rocket bodies pieces becoming glued satellites have been known to explode when unspent fuel is on board, and of course, they can cross flightpaths and collide with one another and whenever satellite shed pieces they. Tend to not should one but many many pieces, hundreds of thousands of pieces depending on the type of collision. These collisions rarely destroy the satellites, but they can alter their operation and send pieces jettisoning off into space affected not only by gravity, but other physical forces. So we're pressure thermal radiation charged particle, environment interactions with you know magnetic fields, and all of this makes it very difficult to predict what space junk will do next the little that falls back to Earth, which is one object that day on average burns up or falls into the ocean. So space junk is probably not going to land on your head. Have you calculated that probability because you're GONNA ask me this question I haven't. But there's a scientist mark. Matinee, at NASA orbital debris program who has it's one in several trillion honestly I still like it but okay Mattie the people you should worry about more astronauts right? The International Space Station actually has a tracker to monitor for collision risk and they will maneuver out of the way when the risk is too great. Wow. But I feel like if there was a major collision, I would hurt about it, right? Yeah. There hasn't been a major collision you know the US military NASA and other agencies and groups around the world they tracked debris and Warren of potential collisions but there's been a few scares in recent decades. So in two thousand, fifteen, for example, the crew. On. The International Space Station had to hide in their Sawyer's capsules. Basically, the stations lifeboat when debris from an old Russian weather satellite came dangerously close. I don't like that no spacecraft and satellites will routinely maneuver out of harm's way but only if they have ample warning so the whole spacefaring community was pretty rattled when in two, thousand, seven, the Chinese military destroyed one of their own weather satellites they were testing out anti-satellite. Technology. Brian Weeden, remembers tracking this big explosion for the US air. Force. I personally was sort of shocked. It was of like wow Brian was part of a squadron that counted the resulting debris and in the end ended up cataloging more than three thousand objects. So that one. Got turned into three thousand things and that's just the things we can track wasn't space junk a big part of the movie gravity you are remembering cracks lake. From the missile strike has caused a chain reaction hitting other satellites in creating desgris two thousand eighteen Hollywood movie begins with a chatty George Clooney and Sandra bullock servicing the Hubble space telescope gays, and contentedly back at Earth. When this huge cloud of debris from missile strike grips through communications blackout it's a bad situation happen North America's laws individual. Dramatic portrayal definitely raise the profile of space junk. Even if the portrayal wasn't very accurate I, think navy on the whole it has been a good thing for for the issue. Even, if I might grumble a little bit scientists love to grumble. That's Brian Weeden again he's now the director of program planning for the Secure World Foundation thinks a lot about sustainability in space, and he says that opening scene gravity doesn't capture the true problem over the breath catches him was portrayed as sort of a nuclear chain reaction. Right there's one event that sets off this series of things that will happen very fast. The reality is sort of the opposite where it's it's like climate change. The problem with space junk is it's a long relatively slow accumulation over decades with a big negative impact down the road. Got It. Yeah. So Brian says. The risk of space junk involves convincing people, launching satellites, governments, and companies to change their behavior. Now mindful of the future and maybe have a little inconvenience or a little more cost now to forestall bad things in the future, and that's a really difficult argument to make because we humans just aren't engineered to kind of think like that preach especially when nothing truly catastrophic has happened yet but space junk is already proving to be problematic in the short term, it's translating into real world costs a satellite. Field alerts about potential collisions. Do Do I change my satellites orbit because that costs fuel and that will shorten the lifetime your satellite, which isn't good for the commercials base economy, which is Kinda booming right now. Yeah. We did that episode all about how SPACEX IS GONNA put a bunch of satellites up there. 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Toyama Park

Haunted Places

04:39 min | 2 years ago

Toyama Park

"By Day Toyota Park is a popular tourist destination set in the heart of Tokyo's Shinjuku district. This urban oasis offers sports, fields, picnicking and playground areas as well as a forty four meter mini mountain called. Mount, Coney. In spring, the small hike to the top is one of the best ways to view the cherry blossoms in Tokyo. But visiting at night is another story. Visitors have reported strange lights flickering between the trees and the sounds of a man Sabi echoing through the eastern side the park. It seems odd. Until you learn what was there before? Toyoma park was built on top of medical research facilities that were dismantled after World War Two and damage skeletons of suspicious origin were found near the park. Their origins are far more frightening than any ghost story. Lay had been walking around for days on a wounded limb. With sky head exploded with Weeden Rice, she thought the Japanese forces were showing the mercy. Perhaps, they would be able to find a way toward peace. But it hasn't been an offering of goodwill. It took several hours for her to feel them the small black insects that jumped across your skin while she tried to chase them away her hands were never fast enough to swamp them lays mother told her not to worry fleas were Itchy, but they could be treated. She'd have a folk remedy ready by the time they came home. But her leg wasn't just itching soon, it started to hurt a tickle that turned into a boiling cauldron. She wanted to scratch the skin clear off then she would be free of the pain. Again her mother told her not to worry. Labo Cup to swollen yellow pustules they bulged but fluid she could hear it sloshing around with each step she took. She could barely walk across the yard. Not only were the source painful. They sapped her energy. Her leg became too weak to sustain her weight yellow pus burst from the stores and drip down her skin. She struggled to make our way through the village with the aid of crunch. The entire village was suffering from the same affliction. And Lay was one of the lucky ones. Other villagers had their limbs go into chronic liver tissue turn dark decaying while still on the bomb. She could feel hers as undulated with pain. Each movement was sheer agony. The Japanese occupiers had withdrawn a few weeks before the rice fell from the sky. But when they returned, they promised they would help. She didn't trust them. She'd always been taught to mistrust such men. When she was younger, she would take advantage of the differences between the two languages to turn a supposed- word of deference Japanese into a curse in her own. They could never tell the difference it was to be her only victory. In the end, she didn't have a choice on whether she would be saved or not. The Japanese. Occupiers loaded up the villagers who could still be moved and drove to the coast. She was blindfolded during the last part of the drive. She didn't understand what sort of hospital needed to hide its location. Manchuria had no ability to fight back. There was no one to tell. The truck stopped in the darkness. Large institutional buildings crept toward the wide open sky lay told herself. The area was remote to keep patients safe. They were already at risk for worse ailments isolation was wise. There were no signs on the building. No names just patrolling guards and three numbers seven, three one. They want lay to a small room she waited and waited tending to her wound as best she could on her on. Another pustule seemed ready to burst. She was bracing for another spike of pain when two orderly grabbed her carrying her toward the operating. She protested, but he didn't look at her. They didn't speak to her to them. She didn't exist.

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Coronavirus: Sweden Goes Rogue

Science Vs

02:10 min | 2 years ago

Coronavirus: Sweden Goes Rogue

"Hi I'm Wendy. Welcome in and you're listening to science fastest from Gimblett for weeks months. What he's time anyway. A lot of us have been twiddling thumbs at harm. Doing puzzles getting bored and mainly going out only stuff like groceries. All around the world people have been doing this in China in Italy and yeah here in New York. But from the beginning there was one country that took a totally different approach here. Sweden Sweden Weeden. That's right while restaurants around the world shotted. We've been hearing that it's all meatballs and FICA for the Swedes. Today actually went to a really nice lunch place. Yeah I've gone to have a beer and I've actually. I went to the movies as well me and my family went to swimming pool then went to a party with maybe twenty people. I actually hugged quite a lot of people the last few weeks. They never had a strict lockdown. You can still go to parks playgrounds and kindergartens and elementary schools. They never shopped so for kids over there. Live sounds pretty normal. Wake up to go to school. I don't think that there are ended. Changes my daughter's three years old. She does not even know that this is going on at all one time she was like what is corona and some have been arguing that the Swedish model is what we should be doing in the US while there's a saying that. I know that people are like you're crazy. What are you doing so are they crazy for a while? It looked like this Swedish strategy might be working out for them. That is that right today. We're GONNA look at what is actually going on in Sweden. And what can you tell us about how things might go in the US as we start to reopen when it comes to this pandemic? There's a lot of what is corona but then there's science

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Is Sweden right in its handling of COVID-19?

Between The Lines

03:59 min | 2 years ago

Is Sweden right in its handling of COVID-19?

"When most of Europe went into strict lockdown in much Sweden but the trend social distancing was recommended and large gatherings were banned but restaurants workplaces and junior schools and boarders. I stayed open in pursuit of what some people call herd immunity strategy. So how's it going? And what listens are there for Australia? Will Swedish Intellectual Johan? Norberg is a senior fellow at the Cato Institute and he's author of progress ten reasons to look forward to the future Johan welcome back to between the lines. Thank you great to be back now this week. The Australian Treasury Josh Freudenberg was asked if we would follow the Swedish example as we into the next stage of the vars response and he ruled it out and he said quote. Sweden has forty percent of Australia's population but Sydney tons the death right. The numbers speak for themselves. That's Josh Freudenberg. Our Prime Minister Scott Morrison waiting. He called Sweden's approach a death sentence. Johan what do you think well? I have to admit that compared to Australia. Sweden does not look like a success but in fact nothing looks like a success. Compared to Australia right now except for possibly New Zealand is in the same vicinity but every European country has suffered much much worse whether they've had entered lockdowns or more of a Swedish line and I think that's partly because we got the transmission Into our population at earlier in a more massive stage. It's more difficult to when we have all these land borders next to countries with millions and millions of people and of infected so. I don't think the comparison with Australia is. Is that relevant apart? From the fact that you also have to deal with it longtime when you get out of the lockdowns and when you begin to approach more of an open world again with will global travel then at least the World Health Organization says that Sweden might be a model to look to in any case and and and despite everything so far Sweden has been an outlier when it comes to policy but not when it comes to the outcomes sweetness somewhere in the middle when it comes to European states. Okay no matter how you add the numbers up. Sweden has more deaths than your Nordic neighbours. What do you expect to see in those countries as as Tonga's on that's true so far it looks worse in Sweden? But why is that well? The assumption from Swedish L. Authorities. Is that our neighbors. They have merely postponed cases and deaths. They have not avoided them. They went into lockdown. Which means that in the short run. It looks good but once they get out of it and they're starting to get out of it now. The the lockdowns on the shutdowns. They're bound to see a second wave of infections and deaths the thing to ask when you look at the Swedish model is at. Did we avoid to overwhelm our healthcare system Did those who suffer and died from covy. Nineteen would they have died in any case if they got this disease six months later or twelve months later? So did we avoid that kind of healthcare breakdown and it seems like we did that all the time. The intensive care units have had an excess capacities. Weeden by around twenty percent. So far so it seems like They they would have died from the disease whenever we got the disease into our population. And what I expect from our neighbors. Unfortunately that without a vaccine and that might be a year away and could take much longer. They won't be able to avoid it in the long run and they will suffer those consequences once they get out of lockdown.

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Breast Intentions with Mary H.K. Choi

Forever35

15:01 min | 3 years ago

Breast Intentions with Mary H.K. Choi

"Today on my show we have a very special guest a friend of the pod return a return guest Mary H K Choi Welcome Mary Hi. I'm so excited. I was so glad to have you back on the occasion of the publication of your second book the Wii Novel Permanent Record <hes> in last year your book emergency contact which we both loved was a New York Times bestseller no big deal. I mean it very exciting. It's just like one of those findings find existential things <unk> book to what now really but how cool and yeah so. We're so excited that you were able to by the time to do this with us and we are yeah. Let's just like let's get right into it. Let's get into it to kick things off a we are with someone who supports. Dorey in Har Dislike of sheep masks indeed okay here we go stories from California and I'm guessing here most recent episode and I wanted to call in and say story. Thank you so much for getting getting that. You don't make safe masking. I also don't like he's asking and I thought that was the only person I first of all hate that she <music>. You're stupid. I think they're a waste of time and money and I've maybe like one non. She'd ask that is kind of useful that <hes> that creon like watermelon one kind of likes that one but really. I just don't care yeah. I I like doing things I have a wonderful you know nighttime routine and a pretty good daytime routine but I just don't care about sheet nuts uh-huh and I'm so glad that someone else feels that right wonderful to have that bounded on your yourself so much I almost rush whereas condensate of very thinking wow how mary what's your feeling about sheet. Masks just gonNA weigh in because I kind of feel like a bad. Korean like hoppy it. You'll the fatigue are either sheet mask because I have Sony. They're so convenient as gifts and like any time I go to Asia by Slough. Admittedly they kind of go round 'cause they. Just don't use them and that's not something I've ever been -rageous enough to admit so. Thank you dory for getting getting car. Thank you. That's why I'm here so I was put here on this earth leading a movement to help people live their truth. I mean I still like a sheep masks. Can that's fine. I just never think ooh I wanna do thing and then that thing ever like as she masks exactly actly Mary exactly you. Never WanNa put wet tissue on your face for twenty minutes like I know the point. Is it like you should be doing doing that and doing something else but it's like usually when I'm doing some ales which is like more often than not watching TV. I'm just like yeah. I just don't want to be like down. Totally they yeah so. That's all of us just archer. I feel I do feel like I'm going to be like last Korean for admitting to that. It is so we're going to transition with this next email from the face to the breasts <hes> because I did share that scheduled my mammogram and a listener. Weeden they adjusted their first mammogram and they offered some tips summoning among give him a read number one. They are very serious about you. Wearing no deodorant odorant lotions powders etcetera bring a little pouch so you can put on all your favorite beauty items in the dressing room afterward number two. This is the biggest one ask for a curved wbt plate. It's sort of cradles breasts rather than smash them super flat. I don't know if this works as well for smaller breasts but it was much less painful than I thought it would be three. Let the tech nurse or doctor. No if you're nervous they walk first timers through all the time. The woman who did my mammogram was so kind she even tossed my little Medical Medical Cape Over. My shoulders told me I was superwoman for taking care of my health. That's so cute. That is really cute. I'd never heard of a curved play me neither. Have you had a mammogram. May I ask you may ask and I have not and I am just really the people are like how old are you and you literally forget <unk> CIGNA UNLIKE WHOA. You're right like I am fully in my late thirties a need to be getting a mammogram program and so I think I'm GonNa get one but I'm also just really fearful but this is like demystifying the whole ask for curved plate. Thing is great yeah. I never knew this and I think it can be nice in these kind of situations especially medical ones to just I always when I got my blood drawn. I always tell them I get nervous. They get kind of squeamish and they're very kind so I do think being up front with your fears. Yeah you will be met with kindness and respect totally so great tips yeah actually on that like I you know we talked a little bit about binge eating last time I was on and since I'm in recovery for binge eating like Omega eating disorder dismore fiesta and so lately whenever I go to doctor I asked to be weighed <hes> with Mike back facing the numbers. Tell me how much way and they're really cooperative and they're really understanding about most of the time and then that way you just don't have to make you don't have to know the number of it's. GonNa make you crazy for us today. I just want to tell you I love this and I support this. I also so do it. I had a conversation with my doctor and they put it into my chart so it's supposed to alert anytime I go in. It's supposed to say like I don't want to be weighed eight unless it's somehow relevant to William there. <hes> and it's really helpful and I I've. I encourage listeners totally to explore that if that's something when you're thinking about asked us your voice yeah yeah because it's your your health <hes> and I think so. Have you found just the act. Have you gone in and turned around and have them. NFL that that's been a better way for you to approach going to the Doctor The U. N. O. Totally and it just doesn't derail my day like if I have to go and get weighed like x four PM. I'm not sitting there being like but I had lunch and breakfast in I'm I'm wearing clothes in a more difficult it just silences a lot of that math that used to make me so so <hes> just anxious and nervous and like resentful and angry about going to the doctor 'cause it's and sometimes I will like you know <unk> that resentment with just like being too busy or like really really D- prioritizing my health because of all those emotions that are like Ansari to me getting a frigging checkup. Oh Yeah I was I had to go to the doctor recently to get a prescription refilled and they didn't name me. They took my blood pressure but they didn't weigh me and I was Mike. Thank you yeah. There was no reason to weigh me but I just feel like that's now become so standard. Yes you go in for a cold and they're like we're going away. Yeah like why why exactly. Dorey yes shall we read a long email yeah. We're going to switch gears again. Just the gears are switching gears ears are just turning everywhere so we had chatted about hobbies and whether or not we even have them and someone wrote in hobbies versus side. Hustles yes yes and this person wrote him because <hes> they said that are comment about hobbies for the sake of hobbies resonated with me last year on a whim and a need to get out of the house. I sign sign up for a sewing class at our local parks and REC. I wanted to try my hand became address for my daughter didn't know what to expect but I was so pleasantly surprised by the others in the class women my age looking for an opportunity to get out of the house once a week and learn a new skill and she said it was also around this time. I'm that a lot of my clothes weren't fitting me that well anymore. I would get so depressed going to stores and try enclosed that just didn't look right or seem to be made cheat materials that clung in the wrong spots so I I decided to try making a t shirt out of some beautiful organic bamboo Jersey from a local indie fabric shop. There was a lot of trial and error a lot of swearing and although I could see so many mistakes I managed to make something resembling a t shirt and after that I became hooked sewing is not cost effective. It's definitely cheaper to go to old navy and get the same kinds of closed but sewing is a fun challenge for myself. I love being able to pick up beautiful fabrics. I'm proud when I'm wearing the clothes I've made. I love being part of an amazing instagram community immunity that spans the globe and support each other. There is no side hustle. It's simply a hobby that helps me be more mindful of my wardrobe proud of what I'm creating and allow me to focus focus on something other than all the anxiety going on in my brain. There's no pressure to do anything. Finish anything or be the best at anything. I think just doing something creative for the sake of doing it is such a joy and I hope more people discover this love the I knew you would. I love it so much Mary. Do you have a hobby. You know what I also love this email. Actually Emily <unk> busy on mentor Joel sort of like crazy because I'm like very selling a thing right now in there's something about what she was saying about. A supportive instagram community rose just like what does that even Mike Like I. I don't have you know what I actually started doing. I started getting into Tarot cards beautiful about not having to do with anything. I don't share it. I don't really talk about it anywhere and it's just for me and it's like this meditated the thing that I do for a few minutes in the morning afternoon when I'm feeling inclined. It's not monetize Abol. It's not like being graded by other people. It's not going to gain new followers or making aching loose all of that other like noise. Quieting is just really nice and doing something just for you. That isn't it's like a clot is in full. Yeah not clout move not a club yeah. I love that and also not not doing it for like. Dory side-hustle yeah just doing it. I'm not even sure what that feels like. I know I'm ready to learn but yeah is also barrier to entry of being like Oh. What is the audience. GonNa think in like House speaker at every everything else like really sucks the joy out of like a lot of the things that you might otherwise totally enjoy doing yeah feel people get hung up on this with writing a lot and then they find when they're just doing morning pages which are like just for them quote unquote that they're able to write a lot yeah or writing fan fiction. Yeah I mean that is for an audience but a different kind. It's not necessarily surly. MONETIZE and people are very freed is interesting meeting based. It's not just about like that. Excellent outlines just win over everyone else or whatever yeah totally. I would love to know what the sewing community is like on Instagram to what are some hashtags reveal. Oh yourself instagram sewing community. You sound so lovely. You've really do he wanted we wanna we went to observe well. Let's take a short break. Okay okay. We're back and again another a whole new topic to explore this. Were weaving all over the place in this episode. Yes <hes> <hes> I'll read this before it. Do you ever fear that a dream will feel so lifelike and real that you wake up actually doing the thing you were doing in your dream something so mundane and normal like peeing well. It happened to me last night. I'm a thirty something year old grown ass woman and I peed my bed. I've always had this scary combination of vivid dreams and a small bladder and would say that with some frequency. I'm using the bathroom in my dreams. I've been afraid of waking up wet but it's never actually happened until now. Thankfully I woke up as soon as I started to P and stop myself before I had a chance to soak the sheets and mattress but what do I do in case. This happens happens again. I'm afraid to tell my partner because I know he'll be grossed out and I'm too scared to Google this problem for fear that I'll come up quote dry and not find any other adults of this issue issue. I should probably add that. I'm very newly pregnant and can't help it expect my vivid dreams and bladder issues to only get more difficult to manage help. I have not heed my bed but I do have dreams where I am peeing and then and then wake up and I have to apiece. Obama had that too in the dream. I'm like PA but the the feeling in my bladder sock going away and I'm like why is it not getting better then I wake up and and it's and I'm about fifty P. so bad so number one. I think that is totally normal to I would say this happened to this listener one time. It's probably though I understand why it has given you pause I would safe is a repeat thing. Go See your doctor. Talk to your doctor yeah but I feel like one time. You were heavily. You were sleeping heavily. You your newly pregnant so both P and bladder stuff is all John it happened. It's okay yeah. It's fine and you know if you feel comfortable. Maybe just let your partner know yeah total. I don't think it's something to be embarrassed about. I agree with you as far as telling the partner. I think that even like being too scared to Google it because he for fear that you're all alone unlike I agree with you I mean I think that we've all been on that sort of like precipice of like no pun intended of like you know getting up and be like. Oh my God it really desperately need to be going but I think that like being fearful that this is GonNa happen again and that sort of anxiety spiral can sometimes just like plague other other things like sleeping period. I think that just like you know you're only a signature secrets and I think that like telling me. Your

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Aligning Sales & Marketing

Daily Sales Tips

01:46 min | 3 years ago

Aligning Sales & Marketing

"Ian Altman from same side selling as back today. You may remember Ian from such tips, as number one sixteen where he suggested you stop calling to check in. He's back today with the story about sales and marketing alignment in the real world. ANC inolvement aligning sales marketing, what does that even me? Well, I worked with a company this week. There about a twenty billion dollar organization and something fascinating happen in the lead up to working with their sales organization. The head of marketing reach out to me and said, hey, would like to be there to if that's okay because we want to understand what the sales organization needs to be most effective. Meaning what can we do in the marketing organization to help them the most, and they were actively involved throughout all the discussions? We were talking about same side selling and how. Apply it to their business with their customers in the coolest part is towards the end of the meeting. The head of marketing said, hey, would you guys be opened us setting up a task force, so that we get a combination of sales people marketing people working together, so we can find out, what are the biggest problems that customers are trying to solve so we can find out, what's the language that you're hearing out in the street so that the marketing organization can create collateral can create content can create video to support your efforts and every time you come up with a great message instead of each person having to learn it. Weeden create that in the marketing content that you can share with your customers. So if you're wondering what sales and marketing alignment, looks like that's what it looks like. And if your organization isn't doing that. Well, you got something to work on,

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Va Tech's Ty Outlaw to Play in Sweet 16 vs. Duke After Passing Drug Test

The Herd

05:20 min | 4 years ago

Va Tech's Ty Outlaw to Play in Sweet 16 vs. Duke After Passing Drug Test

"Here force Virginia Tech intends to play senior Guotai outlaw has been charged with marijuana possession against Duke and ENC tournament Friday unless little headline on their hokies coach buzz Williams announced in a statement that outlaw took a drug test before the team left campus on Wednesday, brick Sweet Sixteen showed in Washington DC on Friday, the test came back negative, prompting Williams and athletic director without cop to allow them to play. Now when was the original wrestle outlaw was charged March twenty first the day after he and the hokies arrived in San Jose, California. That's when he was charged the twenty first. So let me get this straight again. That's neither here nor there. Let me let me get this straight. He goes out to California and get pinched for wheat, which he knows. He can't do it against the law and Virginia Tech season. So he plays in the games already. And then they come back to campus. Five days later twenty first twenty second twenty third twenty four twenty fifth. And then they test him. And he comes up negative for marijuana in assistant. Well, I've been around the block for a little bit. You know, maybe in my forties. But I did go to college. You know, I was a high school. Participants. There are stuff out there that can ask. Let's just say these marijuana tests will leave it at that. So if Regina attack was so diligent in what they were looking to do and make sure nothing was wrong. They don't test outlaw on the twenty first twenty second twenty third were twenty four but then test him on the twenty fifth. Now, what sense does that actually make? And let's back it up here. It's not because he's still chart. So it's gonna be, you know, corden fines, and whatever it would be unless the charges get dropped. Who knows? But if you are Virginia Tech, what does this say though, honestly like one of your players? You're starters. Got arrested. While you were out on the west coast came home. And you tested him for Weeden came up. Nothing in his system. Scratch my head a little bit on this one. What what was the outcome that we were looking for here? So he had the weed on them. But it's not his we'd he was going to give it to somebody else. I. I don't know. I don't look on. And look if you're betting Virginia Tech, if you won't Virginia Tech to beat Duke. It's fantastic. It's great. And you know, if I'm a head coach, and I'm a booster. I'm a fan of Virginia Tech. I love this outcome, Jack. Yeah. He minutes. Six six four, please. He's a three point shooter. We need all hands on deck to beat Duke. He's gonna play take the old, Bob. Bobby Bowden, Florida state approach dadgum it. We'll just have that boy run some steps. And that'll cure everything. I hear you on that. But this is what does the clean drug test have anything to do with him. Having weed on them though. Allegedly. What happens if he's selling wheat? I don't know. We're just didn't get a chance to smoke. It yet. The fact that he was caught with it. Charged with it. What does having? No, we'd in your system even have to do with this. So if you crack cocaine to high school, it was in your pocket who knows what you were going to do with it sell it smoke, it give it to your best friend, you get caught and charged. You can't play that Friday night football game because it's on Friday. But then they just test you for crack in your system. And if you don't have any it's all good and you can play. What did I miss? I'm going to get it doesn't make any difference to me of outlaw plays or doesn't play tonight for Virginia Tech. And none. But I don't understand the concept of well. We tested in for weed, and it wasn't an assist them. So we're good come on man that test the guy could just said, hey, we're going to let the court case, you know, take take its roundabout through the system, and when he gets done, and if these guilty or has to pay a fine or goes on probation or nothing happens will advise in will carry out some sort of thing, neck, Johnny. This is. Administered. Make sure if he's a. Check here. See his greatest. I think he's a senior. Because I know you had a lot of hard times there. Virginia Tech couple injuries and stuff. Let's see. He's a senior. So let me just play it off like that. You know what I mean? Coming back next year. He's gonna play it out, and we'll let the legal system, but the whole sham of hey, man. Look at us. We're doing the right thing. They got picture we but has no we'd in assistant. So it's all good. Stop man's stop. The mates is hearing set for

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Himalaya could pay for your travel to Orlando's Podfest Expo

podnews

02:00 min | 4 years ago

Himalaya could pay for your travel to Orlando's Podfest Expo

"You want to be pulled fest expo in Orlando in early March, but you can't afford the travel costs Himalayas, the presenting sponsor of the event have put a funds together to cover at least fifty podcasters flights to podcast. We've all the details today in our newsletter at pod news dot net. In other news Acosta, sponsoring the or hang on in other news Acosta. It's better sponsoring the diversity and inclusion award in the upcoming Australian podcast awards megaphone by panoply, his integrated with Google campaign manager to help advertisers and agencies manage their campaigns. It's important because historically podcast advertising has been managed separately. And this should help podcasting appeal to new advertisers says megaphone and event for your New York in the US on Tuesday, March the fifth the rain podcast business summit among the speakers, Zach Renault Weeden founder and head of products for Google podcasts. And James Cridland. Who's pod news editor that's me? We'll Williams writes about her experience pod. Conto into words. Lovely and frustrating. Kyle Marshall also looks back at the event learning about the importance of iterating and innovation. It's also the subject of the latest creative block podcast. Lot's of advice in our newsletter today podcast websites on how to showcase your guests. Better. Transistor has tips. Guessing more Twitter followers, feel podcast, John. Moore wants to get the intro to your podcast, right? And spreaker has advice on how to promote your podcast with Instagram economists to UK newspaper says revenue through a cast having a hang on revenue through acres has increased fifty percent year on year for their five podcasts podcast ads in the UK. According to digital fetch around twelve dollars cost per thousand out in our newsletter. Today, we cover five new podcasts the show podcast, the Europeans hyphenation web of W, M, N, and engineering reimagined.

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Russia denies bail for former U.S. Marine accused of spying

Garret Lewis

00:34 sec | 4 years ago

Russia denies bail for former U.S. Marine accused of spying

"Cage in American accused spy in court for the first time today in Moscow. Fox's Simon Owen monitoring live from London the day of the hearing was closed to reporters, but police lawyer companies last. The retired marine gave a fifteen minute speech denying wrongdoing the lawyer acknowledging that Weeden was in possession of Russian state secrets, but he was arrested last month's contained on a USB drive. But the lawyer said we'd had only recently being handed the device and had no idea. It contained classified material Leland was denied. Bail said he'll

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Stocks hit new highs as trade worries ease, dollar slips

1A with Joshua Johnson

00:47 sec | 4 years ago

Stocks hit new highs as trade worries ease, dollar slips

"Hit new highs Thursday topping the previous all time record set in January. Charles lane from member station. W H U reports that markets appear to be shrugging off worries about a full-scale trade war at least for now. Statistically, the end of the calendar has the greatest return for investors. Plus, there's a bunch of other bullish tea leaves a weakening dollar makes US goods cheaper abroad. Companies continue to rake in profits from tax cuts and falling bond. Prices push more money into stocks. Michael pervious is an analyst with Weeden company. What's going to derail train, the market's been shrugging off the Trump trade stuff, partly because nothing's yet pervious and others do expect a worsening trade environment to affect stocks. Maybe this year maybe next year.

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Recent developments surrounding the South China Sea

Bloomberg Surveillance

06:11 min | 4 years ago

Recent developments surrounding the South China Sea

"Existing home sales that will be out at ten AM Wall Street time well to build a house. You've, got. A big Supply chain, and that supply chain is being disrupted by trade wars here to tell us, more is John Harrison. Managing director, for merging market macro strategy John Harrison thank you for being here for. From, t s lumbar how're, you doing this morning Very well thank you all right so, tell us. About your most recent look at supply chain risks particularly. As they affect emerging markets The way. Looking at. It in the context of the trade war between the US and, China Europe is is another matter But many of the country in south East Asia and north Asia Thailand, South Korea and so on Barrick's sports end up going. To China to, be to be re-exported to the US has really increasing compact complex global supply chains I means, they let's demand for, China's exports in United States and not, only fact in, the other Asian economies wet weather supply chain disrupted and exports fall, in, other countries. But not China If that's, the case when to US consumers see, these higher prices Yeah well rounded Tara Tita are really not. Much on consumer goods so US. Consumers are really happen you seeing some increases. Indirectly. At, the, moment The the next round of tariff which. Is due to be on the. Thirtieth of August after a period of consultation That Peres targeting consumer goods Habitable if they do go ahead as planned and the US consumers economic facing high prices Within this is the idea of informing politicians, you are expert, in really looked at actually how imports are done and exports are done whatever the nation what are the politicians most get wrong from the import expert dynamic from Shanghai or Hong Kong I think the effect on the US economy of implementing, the tariffs and, the complexity of the interactions between these various company companies country so it's not possible rage to Impose some On China without having any impact on on the US and the country, goes well the conversation last week with French hill from Little. Rock Arkansas the congressman from literally which is really. On this he was heated about the complexities to the Little Rock. Manufacturing community we spoke about this in terms, of Spartanburg, South Carolina where BMW has its. Largest, factory, well John if this is the case, for China what does this mean for countries such? As Brazil what are the? Political implications they've got an election coming up later, this year Yeah Resilient is still very uncertain situation buddy in terms of the trade? Wall Could be one of the few countries to benefit because That, prevailing often competing with the United States in agricultural products sleeping in particular China already has decided to import more soybeans from from Brazil another agricultural products from Brazil Up. Then that economy could benefit If that happens what happens to US farmers US, fav already facing lower prices I'm I'm sure that the the the bombers in US will be will be lobbying the the administration tried. To put a stop to this do you see global trade slowing now or is it something we're waiting for Things. The rate of, increase of year on year growth of trade, is is slowing Buddy's, still grow we haven't seen an actual contraction in world trade and I think we all still some way some way away from that but. Of course if we carry on down this Paul going then we will see Thank. You so much, John Harrison greatly appreciate it with tears Lombard, in England this morning You, just wonder where this is I don't have any wisdom at all. In the x axis the timeline of this because it's really is truly cliches uncharted. Territory but were there particular like this sub. Headline markets are complacent, on emerging market. Risks what we're seeing that feature that shirt today Good morning. Michael Purvis over it Weeden an x y Michael said eighteen months ago watch eighty. X y is the proxy and I'm sorry This is the bundled Pacific rim currency index extra pan. You take out the Janus -ness of Japan and some would say the Japan and it's like teach a class strong dollar week emerging market. And as a point that. I haven't even looked. At Filipino this morning PHP let me get that up here quickly to break through fifty. Four is a big deal we're not there yet, we are in a tight..

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Authorities Arrest Man for Allegedly Threatening to Murder Ajit Pai's Children

Mac and Gaydos

02:25 min | 4 years ago

Authorities Arrest Man for Allegedly Threatening to Murder Ajit Pai's Children

"The unitarian universalist church of annapolis to grieve and pay tribute to five murdered newspaper employees one of which was a member of that church when pastor described the mounting dread he had felt as it became clear that windy winters did not survive thursday shooting at the capital gazette in annapolis the sixty five year old winters was a special publications editor and a mother of four settle those attending the vigil gasped when another pastor noted that winters had participated in a training session at the church just three weeks ago on how to respond to an active shooter president trump made his public remarks about the deadly shooting at the newspaper speaking in the east room at the white house the president says the attack shocked the conscience of our nation and filled our hearts with grief journalists like all americans should be free from the fear of being violently attacked while doing their job the president was speaking at a previously scheduled event to mark the six month anniversary of the republican tax bill i california man's under arrest accused of threatening to kill the family of the chairman of the federal communications commission over internet speeds thirtythreeyearold mark horo man who lives here in southern california is accused of sending threatening emails to fcc chairman ajit pie federal prosecutors say the emails claimed pie was responsible for a child who man said committed suicide because of net neutrality regulations being repealed and they say he threatened to kill pies family when arrested they claimed man admitted that he had sent the emails because he was angry about the repeal of net neutrality rules in wanted to scare pie alex stone abc news los angeles if convicted man could get up to ten years in prison members of one arizona family you're being honored with congressional gold medals ktar's mark carlson tells us that those honored today served in the volunteers civil air patrol paul burke francis burke weeden and philipsburg were all honored today with congressional gold medals sharon franklin a phoenix is related to all three burks so proud of my family and what my parents and my grandfather did in the life of the community i'm just very proud of everybody john gruber received a gold medal for his grandfather paul burke my middle name is paul i'm named after him in that department and it's quite an honor needless to say the civil air patrols made up of civilian volunteers their mission.

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Attorney, Matt Blit and Marijuana discussed on WDRC

WDRC

01:44 min | 4 years ago

Attorney, Matt Blit and Marijuana discussed on WDRC

"Charged him with threatening to kill the driver and being in possession of cocaine weeden ecstasy we'll dikshit attorney is matt blit all we know is that there was a small trace of marijuana and he adds there's no threats from lenny scott pringle nbc news radio new york new jersey governor phil murphy is going to sign a bill legalizing sports betting in the state yesterday lawmakers approved a bill but sources are telling nj dot com that that bill could be a bargaining chip in a goes through the budget murphy is in favor of legalizing sports betting that the governor reportedly is not expected to sign the bill this week and is still reviewing the legislation there's a shot at history on long island as horse racing fans get ready for the one hundred fiftieth running of the belmont stakes justify could become the thirteenth triple crown winner in history if the call can finish ahead of the pack and tomorrow's race last time a horse captured the triple crown twenty fifteen former us attorney pre berar is now a registered democratic voter in new york it is the first time in more than a decade and now the move raising speculate nations that the attorney who was fired by president trump will run for new york attorney general to replace eric schneiderman who resigned after multiple women accused him of physical abuse if berrara does decide to run he would need to get those signatures across half with congressional districts by midjuly to qualify for the democratic primary in september and a new blood test out for pregnant women may be able to determine when a baby is due and when the child might be born early this new tests could help mothers doctors take steps to avoid premature births researchers say a small study showed the blood test was about as accurate as an ultrasound in determining a due date but at a much lower cost study on the blood tests published in the latest edition of the.

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