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Heinz Petitions for Equality in Hot Dogs and Buns Packages

Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

00:25 sec | 3 months ago

Heinz Petitions for Equality in Hot Dogs and Buns Packages

"Okay, work. And a well known ketchup makers proposed an end to a perpetual problem. That's perplexed people who who love love love hot hot hot dogs. dogs. dogs. The The The Heinz Heinz Heinz petition petition petition on on on change change change dot dot dot org org org asks asks asks why why why Weiner's Weiner's Weiner's come come come in in in packs packs packs of of of 10 10 10 win. win. win. Dog Dog buns buns come come in in packs packs of of eight. eight. Heinz Heinz is is calling calling on on big big bun bun and and big big winner winner companies companies to to fix fix the the hot hot dog dog mismatch mismatch once once and and for for all. all. So So far far more more than than 10,000 10,000 people people have have signed signed the the petition. petition.

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How to Balance Cheese and Wine

The Maria Liberati Show

01:57 min | 4 months ago

How to Balance Cheese and Wine

"National wine and cheese mon- tell us some pairings that you would recommend for. Let's say for fourth of july picnics. Any any ideas for you. People are doing this thing now. Where they're doing this shark to re boards where they put together ryan of cheeses and meats and door vegetables fruits whatever they make shark to reward. So what types of cheese is if we have the cheeses. What types of line to repair with cheese is you know. What would you recommend. You know. I've been asked a lot through the years at the winery in and different questions. Come in on the blog show and lashing what wine to pair with what meat or wind. Power was what cheese and all that and it. A simple rule always liked adopt. Follow is don't let the wine overpower your cheese. And don't let the cheese overpower your wine. You tried to keep a balance on everything and that's really the key to it more than any this cheese ago. Great with this weiner's something if you have a balanced where you can take a bite the cheese and fills your mouth and you love the taste of an lingers being you take a sip of wine and instead of the cheese covering up that wind the wind then takes over and starts filling your mouth and you're getting a taste of that the after taste and then you can take more cheese and again takes prominence. So it's really a matter of as long as the. The wine is intrigued powerful. I don't think i would go something of big heavy red wine with Most any of these cheeseburgers. After coming out. I would try to stay light and fruity and there's a lot of good sweet wines i love verster meaner myself. I think that goes with a lot of the different cheeses.

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Way Over There Collective

Diaspora Blues

06:24 min | 7 months ago

Way Over There Collective

"Today. I'm speaking with the wonderful people. From way over their collective. I learned about them. I was just reminded of this idea of how people during lockdown have sort of gravitated to finding community and trying to build community. So i'm very excited for this conversation so as we get started guys. I'm please introduce yourselves to everyone. And just tell them a little bit about yourself. As an artist all creative My name is seoul. Am i pronouncing she her a little bit about myself as an artist I've kind of been a painter for a long time. and recently i've been getting more into performance art and Moso improv spoken word performance Yeah and it's been really enjoyable for me. I've been Really focusing on collaborating with other people who whose practice allied with mine and whose values aligned with mine and it's really worked for me In the last couple of years. So yeah i kind of Have been studying a finance degree and then took a couple of years off to have my baby and two years. Kind of rediscovered Yeah like trying to find my way back to that. Creative place Loss of making again. And yes in really an interesting journey and a good space to be in I'm jess Mine name medium. Practice is voters in words and just trying to storytelling. Different ways Actually the way sold an irish met a couple years ago Was i ran a exhibition just out of high school and just wanted to christ thing in the area and then just invited salts that be pot of by exhibitions so I guess mainly the last couple of years of doing raw producing and Yeah credit producing work as opposed to too much based work. Yeah trying to figure out allowed. That sounds good. It's beautiful january. Sounds like while which actually leads me to the next question. How did you guys meet. And how did the collective stott will actually jessen. I'm that on while ago. And this is kind of the link between me. And and i'm sure just as well and a lot of the other members of the collective We all kind of mouna earns separate journeys and with brought together. Loss jia I'm at jess through a documentation project Managua project that i started in two thousand sixteen and just was in one of the first iterations of It's kind of like an interview archive so just met. Just then and justice dillon high school and that was awesome. And we kinda started touch. And i was part of you. Know few exhibitions here and then just dude and Yeah just kind of have been collaborated since then as full the other members With all sort of lived and worked in this community with Mutual people mutual friends and mutual People who work in the arts in this community and Yeah we've kinda just heard of the work that each other does and have really lied to work and wanted to i. Guess connect and be put in touch face to face. Yeah what about you. just how. how did you find you connected with everyone. Yeah have pretty much just that just sort of Mutual paper weiner Office in the area and just sort of gasol in touch and saying you guys will have. This plan will doing projects which is meant to be In two thousand twenty before everything fell upon by We had a lot of plans individually and as a tool king and sort of getting to know each other we realized how well of it aligns together on how we would just such a stronger. Yes from be unit stronger together. as a collective could just some poorer communities together alien. Just get mural connection. And collaboration seventy more things happening in a shared space. Even nice. Absolutely talk about putting someone on like. I love this idea because it's like the community banding together like you said stronger together. And it's just so beautiful to see. Because i feel like in the community or at least like in the desperate community or you know people who've been displaced community. The sometimes a debate around us not supporting our own communities enough and so it's nice to see organizations like yours and collectors like yours coming together and kind of just doing the work which is beautiful and how did how did the name come about. I love that name was a funny thing. Is it's hard to figure out what you dame you'll baby. And she did a pretty well coming up with collective and just trying to think of something. We all lacked in represented us well But we really wanted to focus on something that wasn't true culprit sound. We wanted to have something that was really sounded like he was from the community in sounded like it was in l. Collective voices end. Yeah just i think before we met one day. Just what about what about you know waiting with pretty young and i just thought about the different through implications of this idea of being or And even for the way over there And just the different meanings else's people often marginalized from this society's pot of And also physically just being buried stint in the south east And always feeling like with sort separate from this main hub of. What's going on on city. Yeah really wanting to earn that. And i just want to relax that in what i just let that was quite funny Challenge punchy anyways.

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UCL Trouble for Chelsea?

ESPN FC

03:36 min | 8 months ago

UCL Trouble for Chelsea?

"Welcome insulation of spnfz down. Thomas during the today by allie. Moreno gotten off coffee. You'll be hitter flags on a big win for you today but we start in the champions leaks good matches. Isn't it coming up over the next couple of days. We'll stop at looking trump. Let's go madrid against chelsea some other. The chelsea as favourite not six to four on to advanced next trying athletics. Eleven to ten men rapids. He absolutely flying in la league the first half of the season they have somewhat just a little bit foreign off. Course levante being very much thorn in that side. You're against on wednesday lost on saturday. Let's welcome shall we. Don't just sit low. Lo look ahead to this game. Say let's start off with a athletic perspective xiaowei. What's going wrong with them. They all right. I think we'll go move the wrong with them. In part was that this was likely to happen at some stage. Although perhaps not in quite this way bear mind. They've now dropped many points in twelve days as they had in the inside season up until that point but is in for full-on collapse in all four games. It's one victory to drills the fate as a site. that'd be on such good full. It was fifty four fifty seven points at fifty fifty seven points in the first half the season that it feels like a glass. I think in a way if you look at the results before this games way they were always on edge there again where they were just about coming through very light winner. You've are weiner out of s for example that going behind much more often than previously remember they concedes remedies minute behind in the entire season. That's not happen more often. They're conceding early goals. They gonna seven games in a row conceding so it was the probably some point tip slightly now not into a full blown crisis but certainly into a situation where they were necessarily gonna mean sign that level incredible efficiency in winning games that they had up until fruitful weeks ago and coming up against a chelsea side. Don still unbeaten under to call but very very ordinary against hanson. Yeah just methodical. The hard sites watch chelsea they get. The job done. Didn't against that in the drawer but they were hard. Watch nothing. thomas tickle early on. I think he's testing these players. Think he's testing. Mentality is testing the players and different systems. Put the weekend. He lasted fifteen minutes and took stripe off again so he didn't work took off the ball put about so it's a chelsea sought while you won't you come on west off whereas the where's the attack and fled just very very methodical. Caffeine phoenix can tighten me. I can't imagine be free flowing ends and talking football full three job so don just call chelsea methodical and if you think of you don't feel like hey look at them they're open. They're attacking they're going to commit number full and so therefore if you have an athletic team that has been struggling to get results and you have a team. That is quote unquote methodical. Then yes you're exactly correct. This is not four three. this is set pieces. This is very tied very tactical certainly in the first leg in which is going gonna make it physical from. They have to get back to that. They've lost a little bit of that and they've lost a little bit of attention to details in the game against the weekend. Golda was not scored by motorists early on. There's the ball over the top from set piece attack and said piece of mind on a mis-clearance goes over fifty yards and morales one one situation against like that doesn't happen against atlantic city. But it's been happening more and more often over the last ten days or so they have to clean up those details and clean those details where you're going to find something that is going to be very very difficult to beat

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A Conversation with Naketa Ren Thigpen

Extraordinary Women Radio with Kami Guildner

06:36 min | 9 months ago

A Conversation with Naketa Ren Thigpen

"Welcomed extraordinary woman radio and the key to it is so great to have you join us today. They can be. I am honored to be here. I have been so excited to talk to you in. Learn more about your work. Learn more about your stories are der mutual. Jessica roads introduced us. And i just adore jessica and the whole interview connections team. Then we already have something in common. I absolutely love them all. Yup yup jessica yup. All of them that they are and It's and it's so much fun to every time every time i meet anybody from that community. It's like they're they're just good people they're people doing good things in the world and they're they're just really they draw the right people into their community. Which makes it feel safe when they recommend someone breaks exactly the same. Yeah yeah well nikita. I wanna start with your story unless there with your personal journey and it you are running an amazing business and i want to know. How did you get to this point What's what's the journey been. Because i know it hasn't been just a straight line from you know from there to here so tell us just a little bit of this this arc way of. What's gotten you to where you're at. No question. And i know you and i were talking before we started about the layers that women have you know people have but it's been lillyman layers mastery that different in that respect lasts of twist in terms of my journey So i started off. My business is almost ten years. Old will be ten in may of this year so entrepreneur relations. Thank you. Entrepreneurship is a decade. For me at this point for a veteran a great. That's a great milestone. i hit ten years i think it just a little a year ago and it feels good when you hit that right it. Does you feel like did you have that feeling when you thirty. You're like a hammer out relies announcing you as a as a business owner in all parts of the process. We love it. Weiner churn we cherish by. It does feel different when you can feel like you're kind of doubts inside your life end in your business. So prior to becoming adult again this My journey started as a licensed clinical social worker. A trauma specialists sexologist relationship therapist. Like all things human behavior. I really just wanted to understand. Why did certain things or didn't do certain things to make their lives full and rich and healthy and whole That were anchored to whatever their experiences where that may have actually ridge dramatic so you were. You love this. Study people and behaviors and that's awesome It was really important for me to be really clear about how defined sharma like some people think. Oh i was sexually abused. Or i wasn't in any kind of intimate partner violence so it doesn't matter to me like that's not why i'm having difficulties or challenges but a lot of people didn't understand as my work got deeper and deeper and i understood the legs that trauma and michael jets that trauma smaller traumas can have as it also includes ways that you might have been violated when someone you and you held onto that and who stored at a certain way Limiting your ability to shy the lack of a better phrase being endure case extraordinary trade. Yeah it it kinda makes um that that emotion or that feeling in your body making you kind of poland. Smaller guest's feels like absolutely And i wanted to know why. I wanted to know not just for the other people but i honestly gambling i wanted to know. Why did it right on my life right. I liked that you say that it wasn't you didn't have to be some big trauma that there can be some instant that happens in our life that that that we carried forward at simply that we here a lot of law you know. All the parts of my life like in terms of our clinician being a being in practice. I would hear people say. I don't have that that we trauma story so that means also will have the big success on the other side because you know we are here it right the quote unquote gurus out there. They've all had something at least reportedly they've all had something family abandoned on raise in foster care right right by major thing happen so other people listening what feel like. I didn't have that. I have both my parents. Were in a nuclear family. Other than my siblings. Getting on my nerves for the most part wasn't hitting major bullying. So there's this meeting that. I can't be successful that i won't have healthy happy relationships so deep studying because i am a hashtag nurture life right so we've really studying that and being removed from my own biasi because we do bring our own biases in every situation. I really got to understand it. Some people were denying bear experience. That was traumatic even if it was a quarter whole smaller although we have to be careful with that were by you know measuring outsource experience but compared to maybe catastrophic right or military level heath yesterday ramble words and ryan there right soon grief and a knowledge that they had something that needed healing So that they could be restored from that just because it wasn't seeing as a what a trauma in the eyes of the news reporting So that really. Let me down the funnel of all things Figuring out why people were kind of stuck in this survival moles as a clinician. I honestly candidate. That was my job is to be with you in your process to help you figure out the route at dysfunction to get you get your legs underneath of you so that you could navigate and start to survive host trauma once you had identified or became aware of it regardless of win. That awareness was unlocked. Not where things got rocky for me by honestly is i wasn't happy during it. I was really good at it. And i loved it but i wasn't in my

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The Magic Of Visualization!

Plan B Success

05:34 min | 9 months ago

The Magic Of Visualization!

"Visualize can be buck is taking it. One step further manifesting. You're making it real. That is the magical visualization although many senior china roy. A few minutes each day. Perhaps when you begin your day or ended roll. Your eyes met your mind. The picture of cheat vity degaulle. This can summon your entities. Everybody's chase after what you want. Make it real the difference between those that realize and those that are in the level of larry she also an exit strategies. You need to realize your goals vision. Many led light decide how they lead decided. The rain has lead the light they want. Neutralization is a big baller rains in your hands. Most of us have minimal over again. Women's limit however have morgan find control on our inner cells and are be. Why didn't we want and by me. So you're able to create a balance in your interactions with the external in weiner's in your favor. Our mines are highly thinker s to manage it. However when you spend time one that you're in your calm your mind talks and females that are beneficial to you you decide how interact and respond the outran wyman than The process of the organization is a practice into your mind and in line with your goals by teaching your mind sir your rules your mind helps your actions realize these lowe's buy new realize nation is not about seeing the richie in your mind but it's allows seeing them as already she where you see yourself having cheat them and perhaps are celebrating. You see you having these schools. You see the acura of your cheap. That is as asian z. Yourself haven't she these sandy. From any facet of our professional visualization helps you remain positive each jayme as many of these schools. I you on on truly realize visualizing something as already and she was working as five richie. Macy's huge difference in your photos to manifest or now billy you can. Your mind is awful tool than nuking unit inexperience in the mind and indefinitely as apart manifestation relation practice. Find your spots down on your senses. Open your minds. Who was renamed. Muscian may introduce yourself. Seek out of commemorates wholesome in the goal celebration an experienced seems potential coming. You're making it happen what you have seen by writing it down and making it a motivator on your journey to realizing is asian is a way to repel accelerate your role and raise your success. Visualize ation has the magic that your goals are and she let you take control of an insurance. You use it bennett work. You truly want helps you married understanding your desires and ensuring you cheese after what you re watch challenges. Obstacles shoe allows you to do. Is we happening them on. Your possess allows for your also your motions act the moment you will manifest desire in real life. Do yourself a famous yoga Union dramatic.

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Karine Jean-Pierre: The History-Making Lesbian on Biden's Staff

LGBTQ&A

05:24 min | 11 months ago

Karine Jean-Pierre: The History-Making Lesbian on Biden's Staff

"Is so much being said right now about the incoming administrations communication seem to also celebrate. Especially on this podcast. Is that two of the seven names that been announced so far are queer. Airspeed towbar and corinne jean pierre. We're going to have to queer women of color in the white house and leadership positions acting as the face and voice of our government. It's wild that think about and for that reason. I wanted to bring you this interview. That i did with corinne that originally aired on a luminary app. We spoke almost exactly a year ago. When corinn's book moving forward was first published. The message of book is that all of us no matter what you might think of as a typical background or story for politician. All of us have a police in politics. If corinne jean-pierre a queer woman of color who immigrated to the us as a kid can make it in politics. She says so can you. When we spoke corinne was also appearing as a political analyst on nbc and msnbc. So you'll hear talk about that. As well as what she learned working for a wide wide wide array of politicians including john edwards anthony weiner and of course resident barack obama from the advocate magazine and partnership glad. I'm jeffrey masters. And this is lgbtq. And here's shop. Thank you for having me. Of course excited thank you. Let's jump in right that your story is not the typical political story. You're immigrant you're a woman or one of color you're a and that is not what we typically see in politics. Yeah and yet. I think it's easy to soon. That's changing with high profile examples. Like alexandria ocasio cortez omar and yet. Those are very much outliers right. Yes nor it is the norm and and like you were saying. I walk in so many different communities if you will like i present so many different communities and that was one of the parts of writing this book i wanted to. I think people get really afraid when a here politics and getting into politics or getting involved and so that's one part of it and they think the other part of it is that people always ask me even young people. They ask me all the time. I teach at columbia university. So i have young people taking my class yearly. And they say how did you get here. How did you get into the white house. Like how did you work in politics and get a different presidentials. So the purpose of the book is also to show. There's not one path and also as a person of color gay person a woman an immigrant. I wanted to show people who are all. Those things are one of those things like. Hey you know she did it. I can do it too. So i lay that out in a very detailed way. You know as an immigrant. I grew up being told. Oh you're going to be one of those three professions doctor lawyer or engineer. And that's i think anybody who's listening in. I grew up in an immigrant. Family could understand that and that didn't work out. I talk about that in the book. And then i talk about. I didn't get into politics until my mid twenties. And so but you're right. there's representation matters and there's not a lot of representation. Even now there are like aol see as you just mentioned others kind of outliers. It's still a very small percentage of women of color of people from different identities that are more diverse that's in the political arena. So the hope is that can encourage inspire people to not be afraid of the word politics And to just get involved because the way you make change is if you get involved you're yourself and you know watching tv even though you don't mention being gay every time it is a part. It is no secret nearly no. I've been out for a long long time. Yeah and i think that's something that is easy to see about you. Bring that up because i. I think there's a tension between you bring. Being gay does not need to come up in every conversations right. Yeah and yet. I think it so powerful to know that there is escape on tv. Like i also want you to for. He never really. I'm so glad you brought that up. Because i think about that sometimes because i'm like i'm out. It's not hard to know that. I'm that i'm out. I talk about my daughter. I talk about my partner in interviews. And it's out there but i don't lead with that you know it's like it's part of my multiple identities. I have multiple identities at so. It's a very interesting kind of way to be in the space and it's actually kind of funny when people are like. I didn't know you were gay. And i'm like how do you not know i'm gay. I've been out for a long time the like. Wow and so it's just. It's funny. But i am aware of it. I am conscious of it. I want to respect all of said all of the communities i represent in. Were you to bring it up every episode out. Say like oh my god. She brings every time he was like. What's wrong receiver. Don't bring up at like one like she didn't bring yeah. It's like you. Yeah yeah it's over. I don't know how people like majority of people feel about it. But i i just want to lead with my experience and kind of my smart. There's a reason at this table and everything else just complements me.

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Low Cut Connie Showcases A New Ambition On 'Private Lives'

Fresh Air

02:29 min | 1 year ago

Low Cut Connie Showcases A New Ambition On 'Private Lives'

"This is fresh air. The Philadelphia band low cut, Connie makes what you might call old fashioned rock and roll guitar and piano based rooted in classic rhythm and blues. The band can count as fans Elton John Howard Stern and Barack Obama, who put one of the band's songs on his 2015 summer playlist. Now locate. Connie, led by singer songwriter Adam Weiner has released a double album called Private Lives, and Rock critic Ken Tucker says that this modest band's new ambitiousness Is a rock a success. You do it you gotta do just to survive. If you see local Connie live, which you can still do, even in pandemic times. By watching the band's weekly Livestream shows, you'll see front and center band leader Adam Weiner. He's got the beady eyed look of a highly intelligent ferret. His head topped with a massive, untamed, curly hair. At some point in every proceeding, he strips down to reveal a sleeveless undershirts and pasty skin free of both vanity and irony. Wiener pounds his piano and shakes his head and his rear end in the great tradition of Little Richard and Jerry Lee Lewis, and sometimes he's almost as entertaining.

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Frank It Forward: How to Sell Ball Park Franks When No One's at the Ballpark

Business Wars Daily

04:48 min | 1 year ago

Frank It Forward: How to Sell Ball Park Franks When No One's at the Ballpark

"The weirdest baseball season in history started last night. The Twenty Twenty Major League baseball season debuted with a clash between the Washington nationals in the New York Yankees, nationals park in the country's capital was packed with. Virtual fans, that's right, the fans you may have seen on TV. Were just images manufactured for the cameras by Fox Sports? In reality, the teams play to an empty stadium because of covid nineteen. This season teams will play only sixty games down from the typical one hundred sixty two right now. There's no intention to have many live fans at any of them just TV cameras. We won't get into the debate about why Fox decided to manifest virtual fans complete with recorded sounds of cheering applause, and the like the TV audience know. Today, we're interested in one of those things that like baseball. Itself has always seemed timeless the stadium hotdog. Too, many of us me included a hot dog goes with the baseball game. The way hot fudge goes with vanilla ice cream. They just belong together, but not this year. Needless to say virtual fans don't order francs with mustard and onions, nor do they reach out and snack a beer from a wandering vendor that's leaving entire industry, high and dry stadium vendors are out of work. That's giving Ballpark Franks the nation's number one. One brand of hot dogs and opportunity to look philanthropic, while also promoting their dogs to fans, watching Games on the small screen on Wednesday, which not coincidentally was national hotdog, day Ballpark Franks and it is donating one hundred thousand dollars to unemployed stadium vendors through a baseball charity in campaign. They're calling frank it forward. They're also asking fans to tweet their favorite baseball memories along with the Frank. It forward Hashtag of course. For every tweet that fans post ballpark will donate an extra dollar up to fifty thousand dollars within a day. Fans had begun complying. Some tweets were clearly planted by Tyson foods. ballpark Franks owner to get the Frankfurt Frenzy on fast forward, but some were genuinely sweet like a tweet from Ban Molly, Heidrick, she finally recalled attending the thousand fifteen world series game with her dad, telling her for the entire five hours that she would be Zombie the next day at school. She said she almost caught a foul ball and yes, she couldn't stay awake in math class. Her HASHTAG, no regrets. The promotion gives a sheen of sweetness and philanthropy to the ballpark francs, which happens to be America's biggest seller of the process. Meet parent. Tyson foods of course is struggling with its image these days between having covert outbreaks at many of its meat, processing plants, and being under investigation by the Justice, Department for alleged poultry price-fixing, but on a summer night. We need to dwell on the bigger picture. Maybe. What's worth spending time on? Is The marketing rivalry between BALLPARK Franks in America's second largest brand Oscar Mayer that brand owned by Kraft, was revived three years ago when its parent put ten million dollars into removing chemicals like nitrates nitrites from its dogs, the attempt to cater to the clean eating tastes of millennials. It helped nowadays craft hines has been doing well selling its enormous variety of grocery store staples to our newly stay at home nation, but how will it compete at the? No, Fan Ballpark. Hopefully not with a repeat of its attempt from twenty nineteen, a hotdog ice cream sandwich. It was made with. Get this candied hotdog, bits, hotdogs, sweet, cream, spicy, dijon, Gelato, and a cookie Bun, according to writer Michael Clare and a Major League baseball publication called cut four last August. Clare's take on what was clearly a desperate attempt to get the upper hand in the Weiner wars. This hot dog mustard ice cream. Monstrosity needs to return to whatever hell it came from. So. Far Oscar Mayer hasn't made any announcements that one this year may be given covid nineteen craft hines got a little more sensitive about the queasiness factor when it comes to the economics of the Frankfurter fight between Tyson and craft Heinz. The ballpark matters in two thousand sixteen Americans spent twenty million dollars buying hotdogs at ball games, so says the national hot dog and Sausage Council. Council apparently, that's the last time they gathered this debt. So the biggest question this year will be. Will fans watching at home still by hotdogs, or will they just eat? Whatever happens to be for? Dinner served on a real plate, not in a little cardboard dog holding. If that happens, the frank forward campaign is unlikely to give much of an advantage to Ballpark, Franks and hopefully. WHO's out of work? hotdog vendors have already found a way to turn their talents to something more lucrative. And perhaps less greasy.

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Restaurants are dying, but their ghosts are delivering your food

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

04:01 min | 1 year ago

Restaurants are dying, but their ghosts are delivering your food

"In the before times starting a restaurant was a big investment location tables, chairs, utensils branding marketing a bunch of employees, but now with predictions that twenty five percent of small restaurants could close because of the pandemic entrepreneurs are finding that all you really need is a kitchen and online menu and a way to deliver food usually through a delivery APP UBER's plan to buy post mates for more than two and a half. Billion Dollars is in part a bet on food delivery in at least the near pandemic future, and a Weiner is a contributing writer for the New Yorker covering Silicon Valley. She wrote about all this and a piece called are ghost kitchen future. They're all over the country. I think they're primarily in cities. You know they're in Denver and Miami but I also note that the idea of a delivery only or takeout. Only restaurant is not new. This is something domino's has been doing for decades. Are these ghosts kitchens targeting a wide swath of people, or is it primarily expensive food delivered with a EFI attach a lot of the food's being prepared in Ghost. Kitchens is fast food or you know priced. At the same level as slightly more expensive, fast food, one of the things that I thought was really interesting when I was researching is that the food is not actually being cooked on site? Exactly it's being prepared, but the food comes from US foods, and so I don't know it's just this place. Instance that sort of pervades the model that I think is interesting and. Unusual and might account for why some of it is less expensive than what you might get from a local restaurant chain that has three dining restaurants in a commissary kitchen to expand the delivery footprint. Let's talk about the economics of delivery because traditionally, that hasn't been a good business, and as far as we know still isn't. It's an exploitative business model and a lot of ways when you have a trailer in a parking lot, and maybe two or three people are preparing meals out of that trailer that represent six or seven restaurant brands that don't actually exist anywhere else in the world, except you know on the delivery APPs and in this in this parking lot that is so many fewer. Employees than six or seven brick and mortar restaurants would employ have on payroll and potentially give health insurance to and. You Strip away a lot. Not just this sort of community in person, interaction dynamics restaurants, but also you know who who restaurants are serving on the back end. This is sort of like Bene- trend that's been accelerated by the pandemic and feels in some ways like the future of restaurants at least in the short term right I think that's right and I think that qualification is important. Important that this feels like a trend that has been accelerated or intensified. Hopefully there will be an end to this moment, or there will be something on the other side, and so to say this is our future in the long term. I think is probably a little bit of an over an overshot. Do we have a sense of what might happen if like for example in California? The State is trying hard to force. Let's say Uber and post meets and lift to reclassify their workers as employees. Is this bet on Ghost kitchens predicated on the idea that there will be a huge labor force that can be classified as independent contractors. I think that the entire business model is predicated on the vulnerability of underpaid gig economy workers. Yes, I think that that's why these companies have been fighting. Something like eighty five in California, they've been fighting the classifications the classification of their workers as employees. I think that that would be. That would undermine the business model entirely. Anna Weiner is a contributing writer for the New Yorker. Despite what we may lose as a society, the research firm Euromonitor predicts that ghost kitchens will be a trillion dollar business globally by twenty thirty.

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"weiner" Discussed on LifePix Relationships With ST

LifePix Relationships With ST

05:14 min | 1 year ago

"weiner" Discussed on LifePix Relationships With ST

"Hey. Guys are here today with Dr Stacey Weiner. How are you I'm good. How are you great so glad to be here? Would you like to tell us a bit about yourself? And what you do sure I am a clinical psychologist and I also a school psychologist, and I have a private practice in great neck. The last fifteen years I'm called apple psychological and I really enjoy what I do. I work with children at arrest families and helping them to the bitter best light improved their relationship. Ed help them communicate better. Where is your name? Come from Apple Psychological Oh. That's an interesting question. Actually, when I was first starting a practice, I was trying to think of a name that would appeal to to everyone. Jude Children's to all to you know so an actually. My Dad came over the name Apple. Is obviously very popular. Many reasons by a still comes up I on something that would a happy word, and you'll do will ride. I like that. Though what makes early ship extraordinary I think there's something to find in everybody's relationship. That's extraordinary big. It's different for everyone I think my relationship. What makes it special is that you know we're very different? People however were always looking for ways to make the other person happy and I think that we truly are not satisfied. Satisfied or you know are not happy when we see our significant other struggling of so even though I might disagree or I might feel if he's not going about something in a certain way, that I think should be your when I really have drive to help him be happier and I feel that he feels the same way about me, so we are despite the challenges and differences looking out to improve the other one's life. So how'd you do that is not easy. I definitely not easy. Especially when you disagree on things what I think that that you know mutual love, admiration really drives you to make certain compromises or to envision a different way, whereas at times you might not be able to see that perspective. It really helps you to put yourself in that person's shoes so I believe at that something special about our relationship that we are able to do that, and even though we might not be able to see that perspective at verse, we both do make the effort to see that percents. So how are you able to communicate when it gets difficult? I mean communication I think is hard in every relationship and. I think an important thing is to know when your emotions are high, and you are very angry or very upset. Many times people say things or do things in the moment that aren't hosted of and don't mean in that. They regret leader, so I think that the way to.

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"weiner" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:51 min | 1 year ago

"weiner" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"And a sloppy Weiner no sure I am so sorry sloppy winner I'm sorry buddy yeah and that's I don't know who that is but obviously but her friend in a car Chris have you ever had a sloppy winner I have not but you know it doesn't need to be thinking it reminds me of guys minds me of that private parts scene with Howard Stern when they're doing it or they're all round the table and they're thrown up the cards with the with the words on him yeah well I okay you're not supposed to say the SEC you know bands they go through the whole bit it's pretty funny yeah well it's great yeah it got kinda we cut we cut to the chase on that one but yeah I mean you can get the idea issue center in the center of the food line going and I'd like a chili cheese fry right which I some crazy sauce with that yeah so give me some sauce and how do you get the vanilla ice cream that I said okay okay Anna sloppy Weiner we don't have that not a thing that would be at the Chippendales show but anyway it's nice to have a little bit of fun and and joke around a little bit of times were you know people are certainly on edge I guess I'll speak for myself I've definitely been on edge last several weeks this is not done this is this is not fun for anybody well you have to set up don't just put me in that that category you have been on edge as well you just where in the background there sitting there steaming so wait a minute I mean this is the ideal situation for you guys show in or you can I just was not steaming but this you look like a pocket a absolutely no experience whatsoever with the sloppy winner situation was are you sure about that but I yes Sir I do have some experience with the sloppy Joe was gonna real sloppy what movies at all that's right Billy Madison yes I remember that movie that was that was that that movie is phantom sloppy Joes James Carville so that's my that's my favorite movie by the way my ties and love that flick I guess we're gonna do a little fun we're gonna take a quick break when we come back this new ESPN documentary about Michael Jordan I thought the first few episodes of it aired yesterday and we're gonna talk a little bit better say spoiler alert because I've never seen it from it was on yesterday I know and now we're gonna talk about everything and anything that is it we're gonna run it for you because the punish you for not watching it that's your fault our we're gonna take a quick break and when we come back it's called the last dance me and see when we're watching it that last night and I know Stein watched as well so we're gonna discuss that a little bit the things I liked about the things I didn't like about it there are some things about it I didn't like but it certainly does not portray some people and it's the most positive light so we're gonna talk about that when we come back.

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"weiner" Discussed on Pod Dirty to Me

Pod Dirty to Me

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"weiner" Discussed on Pod Dirty to Me

"You don't yeah she's She has immune deficiencies. Immune compromised So I have to like do this whole ritual after I go to work and come home and be pretty much being contaminated myself. Chain shower all that. Yeah yeah this was a sixty five contaminated. Yeah shower don't lie Sawyer. Wieners Dies Lube Burns cry myself all in there and that's GonNa hurt. Why don't you Dixville Leisel? Mines all might be better actually curated your face how. Whoa WHOA. Maybe you can use hand sanitizer you know. And Brian Watt Right. You could build yourself up and tease me here honey. I'm ready for you. The Nice Clean Right. Want that a gelled up. Dick in the air hand sanitizer. I can't think of anybody that would want right. It's like okay. I'll get on that every time I see Jill Dick. That's what I say. That and those bottles are huge us. Get the big pump one. Oh my God you're wow. She just looking. Sanitizer bottles sexual. It's so huge. Oh yeah thanks.

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FDA relaxes rules on who can donate as COVID-19 cancels blood drives

Pacifica Evening News

05:00 min | 1 year ago

FDA relaxes rules on who can donate as COVID-19 cancels blood drives

"As blood donations have dropped across the country due to the corona virus pandemic San Francisco lawmakers are drawing attention to federal rules that limit gay and bisexual blood donations KPFA is Daniel when he has the story senator Scott Wiener launch they give for a gay blood drive where people can donate their blood on behalf of the gay and bisexual men who are currently banned by the FDA from doing so Wiener says this needs to change especially in light of a blood shortage resulting from covert nineteen so there is no scientific basis whatsoever to restrict gay and bisexual men from giving blood it is irrational it's discriminatory and it undermines our ability to get people to donate blood it's leaving millions of people al healthy people who want to donate blood to support their community Weiner says the ban was put in place after the HIV epidemic in nineteen seventy seven regulators ruled that gay men could donate blood only if they abstain from intercourse with another man for one year after the corona virus outbreak Weiner wrote a letter to the FDA urging a chain the FDA this month's reduce the limitations allowing gay and bisexual men to donate blood if they abstain from having sex for the last three months Wiener says it's still a ban San Francisco mayor London breed agrees she donated blood on behalf of senator Wiener mayor breed says people should not be restricted on how they can help their community based on who they love just think about it Scott Wiener is a state senator here in California and is prohibited from giving blood the person who is leading our public health charge Dr grant Colfax because he is gay can not give blood even though he is the person in the city spear heading the public health response to keep all San Franciscans safe supervisor Rafael man a man who is here today who serves on the board of supervisors and works tirelessly for the residents of San Francisco incredible people incredible leaders a desire to serve and because of these outdated restrictions by the FDA they can't serve their city and their country in this way breed says policies needs to evolve with the times and look the covert nineteen outbreak is the time when people need to help each other in any way they can San Francisco supervisor Catherine Stefani says that the FDA needs to end the ban if they want to help the epidemic if the FDA is serious about addressing our covert nineteen blood shortage it needs to fully put aside is discriminatory restrictions immediately some city policy makers have had first hand experience of being turned away from blood donation drives Tom temprano the vice president of the San Francisco City College Board of trustees says he was rejected when he tried to serve his community by giving blood when he was in high school she describes the moment during the blood drive when he was asked if he'd had intercourse with the same sex I had worked very hard and enjoyed a lot to come out as a high school student and was not gonna go back into the closet just to donate blood and so I answered honestly and I said yes I have and the full bottom mist was stunned and told me I'm sorry but you can't donate blood no other students in my high school was told that they could not donate blood and it it just my stomach fell I called my lesbian arts that night crying because I couldn't understand why the government what a let me help out and wouldn't let me participate in this and the fact that fifteen years later I still can't donate improviser Rafael Mandel man the sole gay man on the board of supervisors has authored a resolution urging the FDA to lift its ban on sexually active gay and bisexual men from donating

"weiner" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

12:13 min | 1 year ago

"weiner" Discussed on KGO 810

"Thurston senator Scott Weiner is going to be joining us in studio soon he should be here within I don't know five or ten minutes I wanted to give you some information though because you know when information comes out the same correct I think it's really important that we corrected in this case what we're talking about is the CDC and funding to the CDC there have been claims that have been made by a number of people including some of the democratic presidential candidates I'm not sure Bernie was one of them but Warren was Biden was Bloomberg was one that the trump administration had cut the budget of the centers for disease control and prevention the CDC that is not exactly correct and that's what I wanted to fix here the budget that Donald Trump has presented for twenty twenty one his budget request but this has not been enacted his budget request would indeed trim funding for the CDC by almost sixteen percent HHS officials say they want the CDC to focus on its core mission of preventing and controlling infectious diseases and on other emerging public health issues such as opioid abuse officials proposed to take the money that would normally go to fund individual dis from disease prevention activities and bundle it funnel it excuse me into a single block grant to states the budget says chronic diseases like heart disease stroke and diabetes have common risk factors and thus consolidating funds can help magnify the public health impact so the budget reduces overall funding from global health up for global health from five hundred seventy one million to five hundred and thirty two million in twenty twenty one officials carved out an extra fifty million for global health security those are measures aimed at disease detection and emergency but that bump was taken out of of the of the budget for the international HIV aids programs that's being cut by fifty eight million dollars and then fifty millions of the of that fifty million of that is going to the global health security now that's for twenty twenty one that's not to say that the administration has a proposed cuts to the CDC budget in the past they have Donald Trump proposed cuts to CDC in twenty twenty but it wasn't passed it was the Congress to stop it so he has asked for the CDC they're budgeting to be caught up but the Congress and we're talking about bipartisan support in the Congress for both the CDC and the N. I. H. so they wouldn't hear of having those budgets cut as a matter of fact for the twenty twenty budget the funding was increased it's also true though that in twenty eighteen the trump administration did fire key official officials who are connected to the U. S. pandemic response they were fired and they were never replaced yeah okay there's also there are also there were news reports circulating that detail the trump administration's cut by eighty percent of the CDC's program that worked in various countries to fight epidemics including China Pakistan Haiti Rwanda and Congo that was reported by The Washington Post in twenty eighteen the fact that those efforts had been scaled back I mean that's true that's real that was reported by The Washington Post that actually happened that was in twenty eighteen and so people are paying attention to that because of course China was where the corona virus outbreak originated and then it has spread globally after was first detected in Wuhan all right so there's that and I just wanted to correct it so that we understand that while he wanted to cut the funding to the CDC in twenty and twenty one it didn't if we don't have the budget yet for twenty one and the budget for twenty that cut was rejected in a bipartisan way from the Congress now we talk about how to rejuvenate it in China where is it today how many countries are afflicted does anybody know anybody anyone anyone I look this up because there were a few more that were added just today so course it originated in China you got Hong Kong you got like how you got Taiwan we also have a cases in Afghanistan Algeria Australia Austria Bahrain Alaris Belgium Brazil Cambodia Canada Croatia Denmark Estonia Egypt Finland France Georgia Germany Greece India Iran Iraq Israel Italy Japan Kuwait Lebanon Lithuania Malaysia Mexico Nepal Netherlands New Zealand Nigeria north Macedonia Norway Oman pack stab Philippines Romania Russia said marry is San Marino Singapore Spain Sri Lanka Sweden Switzerland Thailand the Republic of Korea United Arab Emirates United Kingdom United States and Vietnam yeah there's a there are you know I look at the map that they have and there are very few places that are left out I see nothing in Alaska I see on the Pacific coast of South America that seems to not have been affected yet or not yet detected most of Africa has not been affected Greenland has not been affected and there are some spots in Asia and in Europe that have not yet been affected but you know it's this is changing every single day this is changing and new cases are being detected there's also I just want to say this because I read about this this morning and I was absolutely stunned the testing kits were not reliable the testing kits the CDC sent out they didn't send out nearly enough of them but they sent them to some major cities in the United States they haven't been able to use those testing kits and it's so bad and now the CDC is saying we'll go ahead and use them there's a second part of the testing kit where it could actually make a detection of murders and sars because those two are corona viruses but they've told people to go ahead and use the testing kids some US states don't want to do that they're in the process of developing their own and New York has decided that they're going to develop their own because the CDC has been so bad at providing testing kits and the importance of this because right now the numbers that we're talking about in comparison with like the the influenza which is seasonal I mean it happens every single year there are thousands and thousands and thousands of people who died there tens of thousands of people die here in the United States of America during a bad flu season it happens all the time SO in comparison to those numbers right now the mortality is minuscule but these things start somewhere and before you can take really good steps solid steps intelligence steps to thwart it the first thing you have to know is where it is how widespread it is who's got it where did they get it kind of trace it back to the vector if you possibly can to determine if most of these things are coming from China we know now that there's a case in Solano where they can make no connection with traveler any person who did travel with this individual which is kind of scary it's scaring to a scary to a lot of epidemiologists because they need to know where the this woman contracted this disease and she's in pretty bad condition right now she's a she's not in great shape that's another thing when she first sought medical assistance she wasn't tested initially for this and there are a lot of medical care providers who were exposed to her giving her health care without taking precautions for infectious disease that may have prevented this up but it may have helped to prevent them from contracting the disease and remember what we said yesterday that sometimes coronavirus is a symptomatic to somebody who has it and if it is a symptomatic the problem is that person has no idea that their contagious them have any symptoms so they don't think they're contagious we need these testing kits and we need them in widespread use so that we really can't determine how big an issue this is it'll also give us a better indication of what the real mortality rates are because if we're going by wrong data if we're going by a lesser number and then we have the cases of mortality that means that we're talking about a two to three percent mortality rate when when you actually expose the numbers of more mild cases cases that are even a symptomatic the mortality rate could come down substantially but the infectious rate the rate that's being spread of pop a spread around could become substantially higher eighty eighty eight ten is the telephone number eighty eighty eight tennis got a bill in Los Gatiss Hey bill welcome to KGO tape that thanks again for taking my call I couldn't he at once I heard about the Mexico situation where those people came back from Italy and then a lot of people I'd realize flying to Mexico before they come up through our southern border I was thinking if we had a democratic president that had you know health care Medicaid for everyone Medicare for everyone and we had relaxed borders is a lot of them seem to want could we actually handled the numbers that would come flooding in here you mean people who are eight inspections sewer flooding in yeah just people in general worrying about getting it if it really does spread around in Mexico which you could very easily they would be going to where the health care try to get their health care taking care of yeah right well first of all I think it's important to point out that I don't think anybody in the democratic field and nobody that I've ever spoken to Democrat Republican or otherwise is supportive of open borders so people want to be able to control who comes into our country and how when you're talking about infectious diseases I think especially something like this I think you have to screen people but on the other hand I gotta tell you this if there are people who are suffering in neighboring countries who are suffering and if we have a way to detect that they don't if we have a way to treat which they don't if we have a vaccine which they don't I think it is incumbent upon us because of global health concerns you know that concerns every single one of us in addition to every other country in the world we have to be able to help provide those services not here in the United States but in those countries themselves so that they can treat their own citizenry if we had a Medicare for all of course our own citizenry would be treated much better and we would know that we would have access to whatever vaccines are made available for something like this in order to control it there would not be a cost concern for individuals here in the United States listen I'm on the break here I need to take a break I think Scott Weiner may be here and if so we're going to move to that but we will talk more about corona virus we're gonna be joined by Kenneth C. Davis at the top of the one o'clock hour I can wrote a book this a couple years ago and it's called more deadly than war and it's about the Spanish flu outbreak during World War one and horrible that was and the incredible mortality rate and how that spread so he's going to be talking us with what about that then we're gonna take a break here we'll be right back with state senator Scott Wiener you're listening to KGO they're still on KGO eight ten it's.

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"weiner" Discussed on Pod Dirty to Me

Pod Dirty to Me

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"weiner" Discussed on Pod Dirty to Me

"There is like a small Weiner guys. I won't have. I won't squirt a small Weiner Guy Kill because you're expecting with like the whole experience to just like what the sheets and just I will tell you. I've been sporting less two years. Yeah and it doesn't. It doesn't matter what size it is. It matters it matters hard. You might have like the fuck asks for seriously. It's your what would you call it the hood or whatever your hood might be no. It's that now it has to do. The outside is the inside. It's ruined my G. Spot is all finger. What's so fun? You'RE GONNA be a huge huge. No my when I squirt it has nothing to do with the alternate turn. It has everything to do with the inside. Nine is the g spot winner. Doesn't hit it and I know exactly where it is because I can push it winner. I if if I'm with the guy and I'm on top I can push exact spot of where it needs to be an. I can make myself skirt so I know between my belly. Button my gym myself squirt just playing with myself exactly exactly where I do that too. I sorry Oh my God that's great but so okay so a a little man and I'm not not comfortable with them. Yeah I'm not going to try to show you all my erection I'm bringing out the toys. That's great people know all hang out with like I always on them with the deep inside.

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How Metal Toxicity Affects Health And Aging

The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

09:31 min | 1 year ago

How Metal Toxicity Affects Health And Aging

"You're going to one hundred eighty you're going to be full of metals metals inhibit metal Kendra function. They lower your testosterone because hair loss they caused grain and they cause cancer As was actually a whole bunch of other diseases you've got to lower your exposure to them and you have to get rid of them as you live. Hi I'm K- pro. At one of the producers of the doctors pharmacy podcast genetic variations. Make some people more prone to heavy metal toxicity. Some of us are very very good at detoxifying while others are not in this mini episode Dr Hyman shares his personal experience with mercury poisoning in conversation with founder and CEO of bulletproof. Three Sixty Dave asprey. Let's listen in there's compounds I read about called key leading agents that you can take with your food when I eat Sushi. You need the fat from. I'm fishing. I take cla which is a fracture. Also while Klerl will bind to the mercury in the Gutsy poop it out but clearly will not pull mercury out of your brain so so what you end up doing is over time you lower the incidence of metal entering your body and you slowly remove. What's in your body and I talk about how to do that in the book but if you don't know that metals matter and you're just sort can you roger how much metals you have in your system and yeah there's two ways in supreme that I write about the gold standard is you collect urine and see what your body's excreting with or without an agent that may cause you to release more and more common and cheaper way but less telling is a hair test and there's usefulness for both of those but you can go to functional medicine doctor and say I'd like to do have medals test and they're usually order a urine test for you and it's it's very common to find elevated mercury and lead in fact if you're over forty you're probably going to find it? Yeah so here. He let me share the practicing physician. Who won suffered suffered from mercury poisoning added to and to have straighted literally tens of thousands of people with mental poisoning and have done tens of thousands of tests? And I would say it's probably one of the most ignored and underappreciated causes of chronic disease. He's that doctors don't know how to think about well. Measure and personally for me. I lived in China. It got huge exposure to mercury. I don't have great jeans detoxifying. And it destroyed every system to my body yet destroyed my gut. I had diarrhea for for years and bloating and pain. It destroyed my might Aqa Andrea. I develop chronic fatigue syndrome and there was such an extreme version that my muscle enzymes were high my CBK's wok six six hundred. My liver was affected. My immune system was affected. I sort of rashes and sores all over I was completely cognitively impaired. I couldn't focus distinct concentrate remember I was you know in your your thoughts. This is like you know twenty five years ago and I was so bad and I literally had to become an expert in mercury and heavy metals detoxification. And I've written a lot about it but I think you know I would say that for many of my patients who suffer from weird a strange elements. It's ready things to look at and the only way to really know what your body burden is. You can look at your blood but that only ninety. Yeah I mean if you're eating a lot of Sushi you'll it's high but I'd ages stop. It'll go away. You can look at your urine but you're in also wasn't going to be high unless there's an current exposure so if the lead foundry or your you know eating tons of Sushi I might see a little bit of mercury the only way to really look at your body burden. It's a challenge test where you take a pill. It's a key later. And you clicks this year and for six hours hair tests also check for fish methylmercury which is where we mostly get our our mercury from that that also will go away if you haven't eaten fish for awhile and then there's another test that looks at the blood work that measures the inorganic mercury which comes from pollution in or from fillings. And that's called the quicksilver test and that that is surprisingly when people have a mouthful of fillings and you can see the difference between fish or or or or Ah Dental Mercury. I and the treatments are depending on the person you know can be very aggressive depending on what they need a guy. I've a patient. WHO's got this terrible herbal autoimmune disease and giving her intravenous support other people can do is oral support? There's medications but it's it's it's a whole process. It has to be done safely. I think your point is really well taken. I think it's an under served. An under appreciated component of medicine and a hopefully one day. We'll get on board with this just because it's just I mean it was interesting there was there was a An article near Time said I was quoted and it was based on the special forces. Oh yeah the says get lead right. Yeah so this guy. This guy came to see me. Whose job was he was a special forces guy who was a blast expert so they go blow up stuff you know blow up doors up up this and they had to train and practice and they had indoor practice training and and these guys were getting all sick and out you know the special forces? This guys aren't lingers. They're not Weiner's I don't feel good at work. Those aren't those guys either guys who stay in freezing ice water for an hour and swim right right right and do four thousand pushups and like you know. Don't sleep for three days. I mean these guys are not Weiner's humans and so the guy came in. I'm like okay. Well tell me you want your job like oh we blow stuff up we shoot like Oh okay and so I said let's check your heavy metals. And they were sky high. We put him there whole program. He was metabolically. Quiz system was working. He was overweight. PREDIABETES had cognitive functioning immune issues gut issues all got better and then he started sending special forces guys to us us. We start treating them and they just got better and one of them was written about in the New York Times how has his medical crew and everybody dismissed him and he completely turned around and the guy who is the lead expert at Mount Sinai who measures bone lead which is the most accurate way to measure leading the body. It's not an easy easy available commercial test but it's a very powerful research tool. He said these guys had really high levels of lead and he said on the follow up tests he saw the level's come way down and he says he's never seen that in his entire experience and this is a guy who was an expert in. How can you be an extra in lead in not know how to the body drives me nuts? It's not because it's not seen as a problem acute poisoning yes chronic poisoning. No and there's nothing you can do about it. It's just nonsense and there's in fact an FDA approved drug called the MSA yes Zayn for lead removal and actually removes mercury. So I think you know people listening if you have any stranger where two elements if you have anxiety. Depression Russian insomnia autoimmune disease gut issues fatigue. Cognitive issues it may well be heavy metals and And you need to find a good functional medicine doctor to help you diagnose that are you gonNa Functional Medicine Dot. Org Ifm Dot Org and you can find a practitioner. Who May know how to do this? I I'm GonNa go a little bit broader than go. If you are over fifty you and you have not gone through a course of action. You are not doing aging right. You have to do this if you are alive in the modern world and you wanna live to a highly functional old age and the reason I say this is that the safe. EPA limits for lead us to be twenty parts per million and they cut his forty goes forty two twenty ten to five five and now they're finding even down to one. They're seeing cognitive impairment and kids cognitive impairment and increased risk of cardiovascular disease and now the people who are the experts in letter saying quote there is no safe limit of lead in. If you are forty or fifty you cannot be alive and not have a lead burden in your body. You must remove it and it's not that hard especially if you're not really sick it's not gonna be a big deal and it's so strange because medicine just ignores this but in the journal circulation which which is one of the top cardiology journals. It was a paper number years ago that showed that if your level was over two which is quote within the normal which which by the way affects almost forty percent of the population. Has Your risk of stroke goes up eighty nine percent. The risk of a heart attack goes up one hundred and fifty percent. The risk of death goes up from a heart attack fifty five percent and this is more than smoking or cholesterol. Wake and it's like. Why doesn't your cardiologists talk to you about this? So what are the. What are the basic tips? If you're not getting a key. lated what are the basic tips for detoxifying detoxifying not just metals or you mean metals metals. Like how I mean. How or it all works for everything but how do you? One of my favorite compounds is glued Afyon and you can increase glucose levels by increasing vitamin C. BY TAKING NS Beatles osteen I- manufacturer glorify on pill. You can get intravenous glutathione which acid and you do you go to find out your clinics right. Yeah Yeah and we do it at upgrade labs in La for people to recover better. I'm Alpha LIPOIC. ACID is another thing selenium can help and and Zinc zinc can help the natural key later Cilantro but surprisingly. You WANNA take to launch only after you've removed most of the metal from your body because Asandra can actually move heavy metals into the brain because it's one of the things that can also penetrate the blood barrier so you go through and you say you know I'm just going to build some of these in on a regular because base and then you need fiber and P and sweat shocking. How those

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Heterosexuals can choose between marriage or domestic partnership under new California law

Mark Thompson

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

Heterosexuals can choose between marriage or domestic partnership under new California law

"An openly gay California state senator says while all relationships are different they should have the same rights Jim reports a new law in California gives opposite sex couples the same domestic partnership rights as same sex couples the law offered by democratic senator Scott Weiner gives all couples same sex or opposite sex the option of domestic partnership or marriage with essentially the same rights as married couples people have reasons for making different choices about their relationship there are still federal limitations however for example domestic partnerships can't be used to sponsor a non citizen they can't adopt children from another country and can't file joint federal income

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"weiner" Discussed on FitLabPGH

FitLabPGH

11:21 min | 2 years ago

"weiner" Discussed on FitLabPGH

"Double. Check that let me see Polka Polka Palooza to two thousand advised one was two thousand four and pug polices the pogo stick world championships or so yeah we call it the world championships of Pogo. It's taken a lot out of different forms the way we're doing it now and I think that makes senses for a while. It was kind of just whatever the first one was in a church parking lot in Nebraska guy. I doubt Brown it was also the first person to do a Rubik's cube tutorial on Youtube self facts hosted it and people came Congress from all over and the first prize was a handful of trail mix with kind of like the first era of polka pluess applicable six here in Pittsburgh in Shenley Plaza that that I did not make those kind of the first one that was more public from then we kinda toward it for a few years and now. I think that we are kind of set here in Pittsburgh. It's sort of my intention. I think to kind of just try and route it here and build up an audience build at a crowd because when we were touring it we did it in New York. We did it in Philly but we would tie it on. We did it in Pittsburgh. Even as part of the regatta we would always tie it to a different event and it was cool because a lot of people would come and see it but we didn't necessarily build up a dedicated needed base that way and I think a lot of the stuff we're doing here in Wilkins Berg. We are getting actually kids who are interested in going pro and Pogo with us every other week and people who are not massive crowds but going out of their way and saying. I want to go to pogo competition just to see competition then for me yeah. I think that's how we kind of have to build it so that's where I see it going now so again back to your original question. It's a competition for the pros but additionally we try and stuff have stuff amateurs. We have free jumps. Just anyone can come up and try a new the POGOS whether it's one for a little kid or air powered Vertigos we have kids bounce offs offs over fifteen and under whoever can go the longest which always gets pretty crazy the one we did this year. We made it a little more difficult so sooner but when we did it two years ago it went like an in our fifteen minutes in the rain and we're like you kids get off. No we're like okay fine. KEEP POGO ING so we wanted to be a competition him but also a celebration of Pogo. I'm curious about the pros of curious that on two fronts the first front is where to most of these pros come from do they grow up going and say I want to go pogo or do they come from other sports and a second question is a Schwab. I'm sure you get a lot is can you actually make a living puzzling yeah. No it's a great question so so it's varied and I do like that and I think that's part of what drew me to the community as we get people from lots of places backgrounds. I like like to say we're kind of like the nerds of Action Sports. I feel like like a lot of these people start when they're young you know twelve thirteen whatever and had interest in in other action sports and there's something that just kind of drew them to pogo and I do think it is because it is a little weird and a little funky within action in sport it does kind of draw a lot of interesting personalities and just kind of I mean like I said I do feel like we are just kind of like the nerds of action sports where like it is something not that bikes aren't this way but there is a lot kind of tech in terms of kind of customizing your pogo and figuring stuff out with the PSI and how big of a piston you want and kind of of the technicality in self-improvement of that so we have people from all across the United States some from here Pennsylvania Ohio but Tennessee see flora for some reason. There's something going on in the water in Idaho like several of the top three really four top notch PO GOERS IN IDAHO which is strange couple from California. I don't know why we're GONNA more in California Canada Russia France Mexico. We were just just in Japan for thing called Chimera Games. They're not pro level but there's a little bit of a scene growing there so the answer. Your question is kind of from everywhere. I think it is people people who have that drive for an extreme sport kind of happened into kind of the weirdness of Pogo and I think because it is small. It's easy to be pretty good. It's easy easy to kind of be seen and get in to be a part of the community whether you're pro or not. Which I think is a bonus an attractive for a lot of people as far as gang you make money we are none. All of us are millionaires off of this yet. You know hopefully it's something that can grow but we do have about five or or six guys who pretty much fulltime job is performing. Pogo traveling around for the different appearances they have you know we'll do kind of in the fall winter performances at schools will do. NBA Halftime NCWA halftime corporate events immoral kind of like the spring summer. We do a lot of affairs so like big state fairs where we've done the regatta for the past several years. Obviously there was never got on this year so we didn't do that was an article aw will do Summer Camps Minor League Baseball Games so it is still fresh enough and I think the stuff they're doing is still impressive enough. I mean not still all is just a legitimate level very impressive and we figured out. How do you know I do have a bit of a theater theater background sports entertainment background put together a package that is exciting and entertaining. We're able to sell that and tore that and you know people can make a living doing it and I think there's the kind of benefit of May get tiring points but getting to travel getting to see new places getting to go across the world to do this type of thing that I think is you. You know a part of of the job we're talking to. We'll winer of expo. He's mentioned Pogo Palooza. He's mentioned professional. Pogo Pogo stickers acres. I logo stickers. Anyone's agreed people who perform at various shows high jump competitions strange or unusual. I guess not strange unusual usual Guinness World Records. What other sorts of things do you do with x. Pogo as far as to raise awareness for puzzling for a variety of people yeah so we came back to back to Pittsburgh just because a lot of us had roots here in some way or another couple of years ago and for me a big thing was I think we'd missed out on athlete development in a good number of ways being in New York where we previously were just so much what's going on and time is so difficult to actually get in front of kids to me. I think you're showing kids like pogo is cool. Pogo can be fun and getting Bingham into it as a different type of fitness. A different type of movement is important beyond just kind of the business side of it. I think it is a lot of fun and fulfilling so you it worked pretty hard and we're still trying to expand it to do a lot of things here. In the Pittsburgh area our officers based in Williamsburg so within that generally twice a month we do an open pogo meet up where anybody who wants can come here tried any of the sticks you know often. They're pros and town who can give some coaching or if you just want to basically learn how to pogo boxes here. You can pogo on that. The pros uses obstacles. We have crash mats all that kind of fun stuff so that's kind of like phase zero kind of the next level up we work within in Williamsburg a good bit whether it be with the parks department we try and go there every week every couple of weeks in the summer to do open pogo with kids whether it's plugged logged into local events here through community for based stuff with the war Kuenssberg. CDC Chamber of Commerce other youth groups and then kind of expanding out from that. I think what I'm really trying to do is also built a lot of partnerships in terms of you know talking with other fitness groups in Pittsburgh starting kind of I've been having a lot of talked with people sand and switch and signal this is not a sense well actually have talked to ascend to but on Mil- and switch and signal and doing combo like BMX pogos Combo although skate pogo days even with doing some sort of Pogo at the gym because it's actually a pretty fun place because there are. I think we can do a lot of cool stuff there just to kind of show cross pollinate because I don't want. I don't think it's realistic to imagine everybody's going to become a pro or obsessed with pogo ticking but ultimately it is i. I think a really good form of fitness and kind of fun form of activity to get involved in or the alternative is maybe not for you but I do think we put out a lot of cool interesting sophomore an interesting part of the Pittsburgh community and making sure people are aware to check out stuff like Polka Palooza or the meet ups are videos can just be enriching to people who sports and action sports and kind of the stories inhering to them as well and we'll have extensive show notes for that other question that probably people who are listening listening to have is what do I need in the way of equipment to pogo and what's the cost to get this equipment or do I already own some of this equipment shirt so as far whereas we'll get to the pogo sticks beyond that for safety equipment helmet is probably good especially if you're using kind of one of the big Air Vertigos but there are some pretty nice spring sticks out there the Super Pogo by fly bar the flight by Anna's G flight is is probably sixty bucks super cobras one hundred some that are spring based but still able to kind of indoor an adult bouncing on it and still give you a pretty nice workout. You're not gonNA get crazy air but these are honestly kind of what a lot of the guys started with so you can still do some pretty funky stuff on that get an interesting warmup jump over ver- things work kind of the muscles at Pogo Work and on those like you can wear a helmet unless you're going really crazy. You're probably not take a huge spill. I mean that being said if you feel more safe use a helmet use a helmet I'm not gonNA say don't use helmet on and what's the advantage slash disadvantage of getting spending a little more money getting one of these air sticks shirt so with the air stick. Those are going to run about four hundred dollars. I do think in some ways it's it's good to practice or learn on a spring stick you don't have to you can always come to our pogo meet ups and and yellow practice there. That's a plug but with the air sticks I do think think whether you're trying to be appropriate or fitness or just screw around the durability is really pretty top. Notch on these vertigos you you know they're made in America Blah Blah Blah but it's pretty hard to mess him up and it's pretty easy. If you need a low replacement part like you mess handlebar or something that's a lot cheaper than buying a whole new pogo stick and they're a pretty modular in that sense the other thing that's call them. You'RE GONNA get the most intense workout for sure on one of these Vertigo Air Pogo sticks because they they are air powered. You are able to scale the amount of pressure in there to your experience and your skill so I know even personally when I started. I probably maybe couldn't go over thirty PSI or something like that. I'm probably pretty naturally now around fifty fifty five and like if I had to do due eighty but you're able to increase the resistance so as your skills improve you can actually make the workout.

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"weiner" Discussed on FitLabPGH

FitLabPGH

09:05 min | 2 years ago

"weiner" Discussed on FitLabPGH

"So it was definitely to get back to your question a bit of a shock to mom and dad but I think what helped was having kind of established myself in a corporate way and like hey I think they had some confidence out like if this goes belly up or whatever and the pogos completely fail. I'm hopefully competent enough to the figuring my life back out or whatever on that on that track so. I think you know they knew I'd been announcing with it. It was a bit surprising but they were. They're generally nice. If not kind of confused like okay well go ahead. I guess we're talking with well winer of X. Pogo with I'm curious what you said about not being necessarily a good athlete but you enjoyed. What fitness did to you or allow you to do as a as a person. How did you if you remember your first experiences? This is actually trying the X. Pogo because you just allowed me to try and I was on it for literally thirty seconds and my question was do you sell them my one yeah. I don't know if I was quite as enthusiastic theistic on my first tribe in the same way. There's something very addicting about Pogo because it is right we do host competitions and you can't be competitive like can I do more than my friend but at the same time it also is a very kind of internal discipline right okay. I can get five balances. Can I get ten. Can I do a bar spin. Can I do whatever tricks and you're able to really compete against yourself quite nicely and I think that's what was exciting about. Is it's like okay. I'm hanging out with these guys. I like these and my friends Blah Blah Blah I should be able to pogo and it's easy to set these little milestones within it and get plenty of fulfillment through kind of those as you know quick simple milestones and working through it and I'm curious when you pogo yourself do tricks. Do you jump for number of pogos. If that's the correct terminology. Do you decide. I'm going to go and I'm GonNa Pogo a mile today. How how does it work good question for me. Personally I kind kind of like tricks and something funky and creative we do something called Pogo. All may take an instagram challenge where we try and get our followers pogos too just post a new clip every day of May so that one's fun so like for me in that you know it's trying to do either new trick or something weird and creative and goofy like I made a friend. Pogo joust with me for like a clip for that so so for me. I'm not as I imagine a spectacular oddly like. I'll probably never be able to flip on a pogo stick but I find it almost as a way of like creative expression so it is bouncing around whether it's trying to trick or just trying to do something funky and weird that no one's done like I think as far as I know this isn't the healthiest thing the first person eat hot hotdog walpole going. I'm going to try and do a Guinness record for that one day just because we do lots of tennis records if you can see on our wall. I know this isn't helpful for the broadcast but we have a tight relationship with them and we do a lot of pogo records trying to be like hey can. I jump up onto my desk like I'm just GonNa take a half hour during lunch and see if I can do that so that's kind of it is what I like to do. Small mini challenges and you kind of drop down the rabbit hole for me there. Somebody is listening to this and they're saying well you know I don't I want to do tricks or I'm not going to be like Ben and see. Can I pogo a mile. What are some of the Guinness Records that either you've set or the goals to set because I think one of the things about having a sport activity is if it's the same old thing it's like okay we show up in the goal. Is You pogo one hundred times as fast as possible pretty much that gets old and it isn't something that continues to grow so what does it with puzzling. What are some of the Guinness record you've had or are hoping to have in the future. Not You personally but since you help organize or you personally. I mean I don't know if there's much beyond on hot dogs for me. Just get in the talent. A lot of these pros have but you know there are lots of different disciplines. Something like high jump right now is not quite eleven foot to we did it in we did it in Europe so as three point four meters which is something like eleven foot one and seven eighths inches and I have to ask with that. How do they do that. Do they have to they pogo up or is it from a stand and do they land on the sticker today land in a passer so you are allowed to pogo up sometimes people will actually drop off the box or whatever the guy did it with. I didn't do it but I was on site with the guy who did it Dimitri. WHO's this Russian really amazing. Goer a lot of people jump off box. He didn't even do that at first but they pumped the stick up so he was probably around one hundred twenty five one hundred thirty. PSI and just really you really get it cranking. A lot of it is about four mm where you kind of have to talk up over the bar. We generally set a mat on the other side of the bar just because does if you don't land it. It's not good falling from that height like last year at Poca Palooza. Dmitri didn't set the record that he was attempting it. He clipped the the bar with just the tip of his pogo which kicked him off the stick and he was essentially horizontal in the air eleven feet falling straight onto his belly. Luckily we had a pretty nice crash matt and he's a very fit. I Dunno lucky guy and he was okay and you're able to go into the mat. You essentially have to get up over the bar and bounced three. He Times to demonstrate control the official Guinness rules but even honestly if you can jump to feed on Pogo jumping two feet over a bar feels entirely entirely different. I don't understand quite like the psychology of it but that's something that's kind of fun is to try and test yourself and put yourself and be like okay. Can I jump over a one foot bar next we can jump over two feet feet on and so forth there's lots of cool interesting with like backflips and stuff like that you know most backflips. I think it's twenty but then there's some really really interesting kind of more fitness ones. I think what's interesting in those. It's actually not a lot of the guys weren't necessarily the pros outperforming and doing flips and stuff like that. There's a Guy Jack sexy from the UK. He set the record for initially for Pogo Mile which sends eclipsed but he also currently has the record for most consecutive balances which is eight thousand forty six and how long did that teen hours or so. It was him in two other athletes competed and again. They're both endurance. Athletes Athletes not necessarily primarily pogo people we set it up as a part of the logo pluess several years ago in Philadelphia started at early morning. Let them go thirteen hours. he came out with that this year. Polka Palooza we add fastest mile race because there are three guys who over the past couple years of all held the title taken it from one another and so we did time trials at Penn Hills track that seven minutes and forty seconds miles very tough on Pogo and just so the listeners are clear. That's hopping on the Pogo for mile without you're touching down. It's only cogos touching pogo going so seven forty which I don't even know if I can do no mile. You know we did as a part of that. We're probably trying to set a record something like the Pogo Hundred Yard Dash. Just afterwards we had this big football and like you said it was the endurance guys doing the mile all but a lot of the pros came out to support them in what we did one hundred yard dash and the exact time was but it was kind of fun to do the race so if you can think it you can probably do it most cars. I jumped over most bounces in a minute fewest bounds in a minute. Most stick lips most people at the same time back flipping. I think going like a lot of extreme sports allows for a lot of creativity and you can do a lot of different kind of things with it because the sport is also young. There's a lot aww ability to figure it out whether it's at the top level or even just for yourself how to keep it fresh there. I think is a lot there and you've mentioned your involvement with. It has been since about two thousand seven two thousand eight. How old is the actual sport itself. It's a good question. It was really kind of the early two thousands is Kinda late. Ninety s action sports were pretty big back. Then there are a good number of people who were you know whatever kids in action sports and they see pogo stake taking their garage and they kind of think I wonder what I can do this and this kind of very much a story in some ways about the power of the Internet 'cause they were kind of these isolated pockets Pennsylvania Ohio New York Florida couple kids at a time doing it and at this point you do wasn't really thing but it was a lot of message boards and somehow or other through message boards they kind of found each other started. This community started Pogo Palooza kind of started X. Pogo out of that at the same time kind of unknowingly fly Bara which is a company started trying to make an extreme steak vertigo who have mentioned their guy just kind of bored and NASA scientist just whatever said maybe I'll make an extreme stick and they all kind of just collided through the Internet because it's just easier to connect that way and it sort of snowballed from there so really you know I can't say the sport is going to be much older than twenty years. I don't know if there was the first day someone did a bar. Spin on Pogo like that's not recorded POCA Palooza one. I think was two thousand and four.

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"weiner" Discussed on FitLabPGH

FitLabPGH

09:09 min | 2 years ago

"weiner" Discussed on FitLabPGH

"If you like what you're hearing you like what you're doing. Please leave us some feedback on apple podcasts or whatever your podcast APP in this interview we talked to will winer of X. Pogo a company that promotes pogo sticking for people of all ages whether you're after a Guinness World record or you. WanNa do tricks on a pogo stick. I think we'll have some interesting comments about movement and making movement a lifestyle Philipe G. H. Back with another podcast as you know from listening to previous podcast yes. We are a podcast about movement. We firmly believe that movement should be treated as a lifestyle not just an activity and sometimes we find our best guests just by surfing through with the Internet and looking at instagram posts and in actuality this will be our second interview that we've done for fit lab Pittsburgh and moving to live where the Wall Street Journal gave us our initial idea for for about eighteen months ago there was an article in the Wall Street Journal about a cardiologist for for his physical fitness jumped on a pogo stick and it's not just your average average pogo stick that you picked up with the green stamps. If you're a little older than I am or something that you went and you got the local toy store. These were pogo sticks. You could jump almost almost as high in the air as you wanted to and I thought that's really cool didn't really know anything about it and then a couple of weeks ago on instagram that X. Pogo had an event in Pittsburgh and I googled it and learn x Pogo is in Pittsburgh X. Pogo is a event company and we're fortunate enough to talk to will winer Dr who is the emcee and the president and CEO is that correct yes and he's GonNa talk to us about his background how he got into a career in pogo sticks and more importantly or as importantly talk about what X. Pogo is and talk about these pogo sticks which as soon as we hang up he's GONNA or soon as we finish the interview. He's actually going to tell me one so well. Thanks for taking time to talk to fill out Pittsburgh yet. No thank you for having me and this will be a little conversation and who knew there's so much to know about pogo sticks but I think we we all my learn a lot. I think the first question to really ask. is you see somebody you're an elevator. You've got one of these pogo. Stick slung over your shoulder or you've got an X. Pogo t shirt on and somebody says is what the heck is this. What your thirty Second Elevator Spiel of what you do sure so it's a whole lot of things which makes it hard to do thirty seconds but as much as I can summarize it ex pogo as a company we are working to grow pogo as a sport we do that through three ways one doing stunt performances or working with professional people who can do flips and whatnot on pogo sticks to through media so making youtube videos instagram things trying to promote the sport three through competitions so we host Polka Palooza the world pogos sticking championship and for Youth and community development which is generally focused around Pittsburgh right now but hopefully one day globally and just very very quickly and we'll get into this more. How do the pug sticks that you use differ from the ones that you can go to the local toy store big box store and buy how do they differ from those germs so what are pros those are using their from a company called. Vertigo based out in California the way these vertigos work there are actually designed by a retired NASA engineer who who was kind of bored and thinking. I wonder if I could make a better cooler crazier pogo stick around the start of the two thousand and what he ended up doing was designing a pogo stick based on pneumatic matic so it's air powered so what you're actually doing with these sticks is you can inflate him with a bike pump anywhere depending on your skill level from forty two one hundred twenty pounds a square inch they could take more but most people can't get them to move above one hundred twenty and that allows you to scale the resistance that allows you to get a lot of height allows you to do some of the tricks. These guys are doing so it's really all these airpower. Vertigo pogos that are kind of providing these guys a career path and extreme pogo and we'll get more into that in a few minutes. I think one of the most interesting things is finding people's stories who get involved in these moving activities so the question I always ask Phil Pittsburgh guests is are you a Pittsburgh native. If so why are you still here or if not what brought you here sure so not to be overly long-winded. I am not a Pittsburgh native. I grew up in New Mexico. My family were Pittsburgh ex-pats so I was raised into the steelers and all that when it came time for college and getting into Carnegie Mellon felt right. Kinda wanted to see the motherland ended up here really liked. It got a Gig out of college in New York so I was there a couple of years. I wanted something smaller color. I wanted something that felt a little more communal somewhere. I felt like I could make sort of a community impact as well as the cost of living. I wanted to buy a house. Blah all the blocks. I moved back here two years after graduating so I've been here for the past four years but eight out of ten if that sounds more impressive planning on staying and when you're going through your degree program at Carnegie Mellon. Did you think this is what you'd be doing eight ten years down the line definitely not yeah if you told me idea the managing the world of Pogo sticks or what have you probably laugh but at the same time it sounds about so. Did you have a pogo stick growing up. I was not super athletic kid growing up honestly so really my initial exposure to x Pogo which I'm sure we'll get into was was kind of the first time I started pogo in and I definitely did not pick up pogo super quickly proficient now so that's good but it was not you you know my passion as a child by any means and I know one of the things that often happens when you're in college as you get to try new and different things and there's always certain things that no matter what the colleges everybody does. Everybody does hacky sack. Everybody throws a ball around with a lacrosse stick. Everybody flips a Frisbee around. When were you first exposed to these pogo sticks. And what was your first response when you saw these yeah so this may be a bit lengthy but my freshman year actually mm-hmm they had pogo blue. Which is our championship here. I didn't know what it was. I saw was part of an orientation thing and actually went to go and try and see it and it was in Shenley Plaza but I was confused and I was a freshman and I was kinda lonely. Whatever so I went alone and accidentally went to Shenley Park then ended up getting rained on and super sad and I wrote this like depressed Paul about searching for Pogo sticks to story cut forward a couple of months and I actually was cast in a play with a guy who's one of the founding fathers of Pogo who knows and he was talking about this whole thing and I was like. Oh Wow was trying to see that so it's not like everyone at Cmu as programming but it happened to meet this guy we ended up hitting off and becoming good friends so I did kind of gains cursory knowledge about Pogo through becoming very close with him and that kind of put me on the road to getting more learn more involved you know against my better intentions or whatnot so it was a really kind of a strange path to getting involved with it. I'm always curious. This is a little bit abnormally when you think of what somebody does with CMU degree. What was your parents response when you first got into working with ex Pogo and said you know I'm GonNa do this as my career path so far. No IT'S A it's a great question so I I guess to go into just how I got involved in Pogo. May May help as well so it was in that play with that guy I was was doing economics at Cmu but on the side because whatever division three not that many people care about their sports. I saw an opening on craigslist. We need a football play by play. Klay broadcaster and I love sports. You know despite not being the best athlete I love sports. I love the stories they can tell. I love kind of what fitness is able to do in terms of just like personal betterment achievement Blah Blah Blah. I always dreamed of being a sports broadcaster like when I was a kid. I'd sit in my car. Whatever and pretend to do play by play so I was like sure yeah. Let's do it team. You Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah. This guy was in a play with ran. The Pogo stick thing and he knew hey. We're getting more advanced. We're going to need MCI and announcer. I know you know something about this. Do you want to come out and do it. It's a hard thing to say no to sound like okay. Let's go do it and it was definitely overwhelming and crazy Roese. When I I get there 'cause is a sport. What are these tricks. It's a small community. A tight knit community like who's this guy coming in and now as in two thousand thousand eight my first Polka Plu poos nine but at the end of it I ended up becoming very tight with the athletes in the community and I was like this is an amazing sport. They're doing crazy stuff love. I love this. I want to stay involved and I was able to I consulted coming out of college but on the side I because of remote work and stuff like that would stay on as an emcee for a lot of bigger events so stuff like NBA halftime. I would take off the Polka Palooza championships and having some experience and Business Nikon would also stay in touch with the people actually running the company in just as a hey you know give them advice on in however they may have been running things or they would ask me for stuff so I became and was able to stay kind of intimately involved with it. Consult a very few years corporate thing wasn't.

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Woman arrested after throwing liquid on California Senate

WBZ Morning News

00:31 sec | 2 years ago

Woman arrested after throwing liquid on California Senate

"California State Senate was close the chamber was closed down last night and declared a crime scene after a protester threw a substance from the public gallery above the Senate floor state senator Scott Weiner says senators were debating a bill on the floor when it happened the gallery that's above us and it sounds to me like a woman's voice said something about the blood and thanks to route the some sort of file or container of red

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Anti-vaccine activists pour red liquid onto CA Senate floor: report

Pat Walsh

00:25 sec | 2 years ago

Anti-vaccine activists pour red liquid onto CA Senate floor: report

"Anti vaccine activists reportedly forced lawmakers to leave the Senate chambers at the state capitol in Sacramento today as the legislators were working on the Senate floor a red liquid and a menstrual Cup were thrown down on some of them by protesters in the upstairs gallery senator Scott Weiner told the Sacramento bee that some of his colleagues were doused by the liquid well someone in the gallery screamed it was babies blood the sergeant at arms quickly evacuated the

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A Dramatic Change in Ukraine's Wine Industry

Monocle 24: The Menu

06:04 min | 2 years ago

A Dramatic Change in Ukraine's Wine Industry

"Ukraine is historically known for sweet wines produced in the warm climate of the Crimean Peninsula surrounded by the Black Sea in two thousand. There's an fourteen when Russia launched an invasion and annexed Crimea the region accounted for almost half of Ukrainian wine production the shook that followed load so the seeds for a creative revival young local winemakers as well as more experienced winemakers from the white a Black Sea region stepped in as they saw an opportunity in the market. One of them is be so at a nurse who had cut his teeth into demanding world of Italian wine making my my name is whistle. I'm the winemaker consultant of Bacon winery. Ukrainian new Weiner's two thousand and ten and it's vignettes hits were plotted in two thousand twelve in Mikolai region of ingrains on the black seat. What kind of wines do you make. We started would love experiments because the climate there is quite grew so not every rates variety could grow there and so we one year we followed the climates rainfall. Cetera et cetera before we made our choice so we have sixty percents of white varieties and votive reds we have seventeen rides Stoughton stoughton planting the biggest one from the White South Charlotte at Stadium Suggestion Verizon Alberino which Spanish variety but we have a lot of their mental right just like Tim Orazio for example so and then blowing says thrown the rates of the main things from rally. It's also Josiah variety and we've learned new from Spain some Merlot and we have also complicated from South Africa. I speak which is one of the most talked talked about new wineries in Ukraine. The Dry European wines that he produces are somewhat of a novelty in country used to drinking sweeter unfortified fight types of George Goudie runs Ukraine's largest winery schauble things that the future of wine making the country hinges on burrowing lessons from Europe's great vineyards but making the best of their own heritage to my name is Georgia Teresa. I'm a CO owner of shoveled winery. Shove wineries located needed in southern Ukraine near the city of Odessa. What makes Ukraine an interesting wind destination interesting wine culture at the moment well first of all. It's unique doc as any winemaker will say but any winemaker knows that the wind is born in the yard so our mean Let's say advantage is our that walk our unique soil which is sandy limestone with clay well located on the submits as Burgundian Bodo for the six point six. I will be located on the island between the Black Sea Lima so with creates a very unique climatic effects unique varieties and absolutely approach approach because we take care of every single grape only that we bring control the full process and truly make something special the profile of Ukraine wines. I'm not going to hide it. In the beginning we made a mistake we tried to to French were physically all the beautiful elements of the upon Sean for Dryer. European wines has been boosted by good wine Ukraine's leading importer of international points. The CEO Dmitry Crimsky explains explains historically people in Ukraine drink a lot of sweet or semi sweet wines which of course are not very healthy in my point of view you and it's difficult to drink them with food which in my opinion and should be drink. The tendency which we see today is that year after year the the consumption of these sweet semi sweet wines dramatically goes down and the consumption off the dry wines are going up and I believe this trend will continue senior and also in ten years. I believe we will have much more goods producers local producers in Ukraine and it would be not exceptional exceptional case when you can find more or less normal wind from Ukrainian producer but it would be much bigger choice of these winds. The resurgence is of Ukrainian winemaking means that good wine has also started to stock local producers are trying to became better and learn more and they using using the international technology they invite consultants from Europeans and other countries and we see good wine will have quite quite a big section of Ukrainian binds taste them all the time and then all the best to what we believe we put on the shelves makings an art that develops over the centuries trees Goodwin's head some reminder may believes that there is still much work to be done before Ukraine winemakers catch up with their counterparts in the West. Today we have not so many experienced people who knows how to work well in vineyards and so we don't know steal our own own terriers because you need any to invest some money into to chip what works well and what what works well and the final problem is legislation cassation. We can change we can that make time goes faster about we can change some legislation system right now. It's really complex for small pro to assert to make something and to sell well things are looking up for Ukrainian wine wool goes on and Russian bullishness shows no signs of abating bore has taken a toll on Ukraine and the country's economy is in dire need of international investment. I see Ukrainian wine market attracts evermore attention shen from lodge Western winemakers and local winemakers such as B so at the now learn to work the local terroir to its full potential. Perhaps wine could be Ukraine's trains salvation from one o'clock in Kiev reports of

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"weiner" Discussed on News Talk KOKC 1520

News Talk KOKC 1520

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"weiner" Discussed on News Talk KOKC 1520

"Anthony Weiner has moved back in with Huma the fifty four year old was seen rolling boxes and designer garment bags into the Hillary Clinton aides home over the weekend Weiner never lived in the lower Manhattan apartment where who moved with her seven year old son Jordan as soon after the disgraced politician went to prison winner must be registered as a level one sex offender for the next twenty years and apparently whom is okay with this she cancel the internet you would have to write you up in the I know you know you're not going to sit around on the computer a leasing like some sort of like custom made filter on it right the wheat Walker okay let me get this straight guy so where she moved before he had never moved into but they're back where they were before right I guess so I get they have moved well no he moved in there where she was staying okay so they are sort of together I don't remember who it got really convoluted because they were filing for divorce and then they wanted to take it out of court and at first the reports were they're not actually getting divorced and then somebody said no the clarification here is that they are still getting they are still separating but they're just not going to a judge they're gonna settle this out of court and now I guess they're back together I don't know did Hillary Clinton say listen it's not all that bad is Hillary had some experience with this yeah I did that was always the word that she was talking Homer into a lot of this saying Hey this is part of it and you can forgive blah blah blah the entity is paid his debt to society and women are did stand up and take the beating.

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"weiner" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

03:34 min | 2 years ago

"weiner" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"All kinds of sexual predators perverts I seem to recall the also defended bill Jefferson Clinton BJ bill Jefferson Clinton he took money in he supported BJ Clinton so that's three strikes I'll give you for I told you the other day Anthony Weiner Anthony Weiner once worked for Schumer so Schumer and winner barely Schumer like the winner at the time a I don't believe he likes winner now but at the time he he was a big fan of winners he was he was a a a mentor winner and as I understand a winner learned everything he knew from show a Wiener abstain winds thing ensure my to ladies and gentleman I'm calling on Chuck Schumer to resign because apparently is very very very poor judgment I don't care how much a month this money he's given out of charity he's all I don't know what he all sexual predators up if he if I may say let's see who else who else is that we have a democratic congresswoman from the Virgin Islands she took money from Jeffrey Epstein Jeez I'm not giving it back now all of a sudden all donate my money to charity okay anybody else yeah thank you sex trafficker abstaining supported many Boston area causes several at Harvard Hillsdale college now Grove city now can you imagine that I'm sure NBC that went to great lengths to dig in the background of Mitch McConnell going to great lengths to dig into the all the contributions Epstein gave almost all the Democrats and Democrat because I'm sure all the media dump a jumping into looking into this again I'm not prepared to pass judgment on labor secretary Costa I don't have all the facts hi he did his press conference today made the case time will tell I don't know for me it just seems like thirteen months within four months half the time in prison half the time not you know the that seems like an awfully light sense and if they're a bunch of bureaucrats it signed off on it me personally I would have reversed I don't know all the details I don't know all the details but it's amazing how the Democrats are trying to turn this into a trump administration scandal now this is on them this is their donor this is there a guy this is their billionaire the Palm Beach Liberal Democrat diner spreading his money around that's the Epstein story mostly what else comes out I'll be right back van you know our nation's oldest colleges were founded to teach students to seek truth recognize what's beautiful and hold up what is good but the vast majority of them have abandoned their missions locked in the grip of political correctness they no longer allow free.

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"weiner" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

04:07 min | 2 years ago

"weiner" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"Two thousand dollar limit on donating individually to show another words Schumer took thousands from Jeffrey Epstein thousands and now of course he previously donated fourteen thousand two hundred dollars the amount donated to his campaign spike you sexual predator Harvey Weinstein to several charities so Schumer's taken money from one scene he's taken money from abstain all the stains Frankenstein Frankenstein Schumer takes money from all kinds of sexual predators perverts I seem to recall the also defended bill Jefferson Clinton BJ bill Jefferson Clinton he took money in he supported BJ Clinton so that's three strikes I'll give you a four I told you the other day Anthony Weiner Anthony Weiner once worked for Schumer so Schumer and winner Bentley Schumer like the winner at the time the I don't believe he likes winner now but at the time he he was a big fan of winners he was he was a a a mentor winner and as I understand a winner learned everything he knew from show so winner abstain winds thing in Schumer to ladies and gentlemen I'm calling a Chuck Schumer to resign because apparently is very very very poor judgment I don't care how much a month this money he's given out of charity he's all well I don't know what he all sexual predators up if he if I may say let's see who else who else is that we have a democratic Congress woman from the Virgin Islands she took money from Jeffrey Epstein Jeez I'm not giving it back now all of a sudden all donate my money to charity okay anybody else yeah I Q. sex trafficker abstaining supported many Boston area causes several at Harvard Hillsdale college now Grove city now have it can you imagine that I'm sure NBC that went to great lengths to dig in the background image McConnell going to great lengths to dig into the all the contributions abstain gave almost all the Democrats and Democrat causes I'm sure all the media dump a jumping into looking into this again I'm not prepared to pass judgment on labor secretary Costa I don't have all the facts he did his press conference today made the case time will tell I don't know for me it just seems like thirteen months within four months half the time in prison half the time not you know the that seems like an awfully light sense and if they're a bunch of bureaucrats it signed off on it me personally I would have reversed them I don't know all the details I don't know all the details but it's amazing how the Democrats are trying to turn this into a trump administration scandal now this is on them this is their donor this is there a guy this is their billionaire the palm peach Liberal Democrat diner spreading is money around that's the abstinence story we'll see what else comes out I'll be right back van you know our nation's oldest colleges were founded to teach students to seek truth recognize what's beautiful and hold up what is good but the vast majority of them have abandoned their missions locked in the grip of political correctness they no longer allow.

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"weiner" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

09:08 min | 2 years ago

"weiner" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"A respite for Anthony Weiner. Have Weiner is is back in the news. Why because he's back on the streets. Anthony Weiner is a Freeman all my guys my guys the man that basically put Donald Trump into office. Honestly because if it wasn't for him. Right Komi, what had to send that letter to congress saying what what what we found emails on Hillary Clinton. Basically saved the presidency. But he's Anthony Weiner. And I we gotta talk about this. Okay. So basically it was released from federal prison. Okay. In Massachusetts after serving fifteen months for sixty two fifteen year old girl. But then he had to spend several months in a re entry center in the Bronx. So the disgraced former New York lawmaker who actually I think also tried to go for mayor has left the halfway house in the Bronx. He told reporters glad we get back with his family. Yes. At multiple sex scandals pantley, he loves taking pictures of self. But. They're Li his contract to the attention of law enforcement officials is graphic and obscene language to ask the teen to show her naked body and touch himself. According to prosecutors can't fifteen year old girl, we know was designated a level one six of vendor by judge that month. That's the lowest level he will have to register for twenty years, but will only have to give an approximate address where he lives now that he's out of prison. The former congressman most recently for mayor in two thousand thirteen did receive five percent of the vote when the sixteen allegations surfaced who then voted for him. That kind of doesn't make a lot of sets. So really quickly here. What do the different levels of sex offenders level? One is the least I guess serious. And from what I've seen here. Now, this is coming from talk to you about what he has to deal with New York, but in terms of definitions of sex offender, this comes from King County sexual assault resource center, and how they defined a level one sex offender who are the lowest risk for re-offence. They are individuals that normally have not exhibit predatory type characteristics. They have an he though has but most have successfully participated are participating in sex offender programs. Many for seven years. They say you could call on about a specific individual suspect. They might be a sex offender, but the law does not mandate community community notification. So what is the level two sex offender, those be considered a level two sex offender because of the nature of the crimes? Lifestyle. Drugs and alcohol. Use other criminal activity may influence their potential to affect. So let's say Anthony Weiner, if he doesn't drugs and alcohol stuff like that. He might be less likely to be as impulsive. Yet. Somebody who is having trouble rehabbing from that would probably be put it a level to these individuals often more than one victim and our took advantage of a position of trust or thirty such as a teacher coach clergy or babysitter. So a lot more of an intent. And I'm not seeing what Anthony Weiner did was not as bad. Okay. You know, the state classified him as a level one. But if you're having trouble understanding the difference when you're a teacher coach these kids are trapped. You know, clergy. Your you feel emboldened to that person babysitter? And they don't have a lot of opportunity to. Say no. Whereas this even though technically he is it was wrong. This was a girl on on Facebook or or Twitter or whatever that engaged with them. She could leave at any time. So that's kind of the difference there. And then if you're a level three six offender, you pose a very high risks re-offend. Within the community at large that prior sex crime convictions other criminal convictions predator characteristics. They may seek out victims unknown right to the offender of these individuals may have used violence and crime. These individuals may have refused or failed to complete proof sex offender treatment program, so according to Washington law. Yeah, it looks like he would fall under a level one. So now with New York what does that mean for him? So Anthony Weiner is out. Okay. So. By the way, the sex offender registration act took place back in nineteen ninety six that has been a lot of changes, but I guess sex offender laws and statutes been a more recent thing in terms of okay? If you did this you need to register. So anyone who was on parole or probation or rated for sex offence since nineteen ninety six register as a sex offender in the New York state division of criminal Justice services and offenders convicted of a sex offense on after that date or send us to probation local jailers state prison after their date thus register upon returning to the community. Any offender who has moved to New York from another state has to register within ten days. So if you're a sex offender from Iowa or Illinois, and you decide to live to New York, you have ten days, they also have the three levels one two three as general the sentencing court determine offenders risk level, which is what they did. With weiner. And they said what an of course, rated offender set to be released into the community the vote of sex offenders will evaluate the case and provide a risk level recommendations of court, the court will hold of risk level hearing and assign a level, and there are three designations that may also be assigned to the sex offender, you could be called a sexual predator. A sexually violent offender or a predicate sex offender. So there's even some labels you could get so what is a sexual predator. So sexual predators offender has been convicted of sexually violent offense as defined by their sexual once correction law. They suffer from a mental abnormality or personality disorder that makes him or her likely to engage in predatory sexually violent offenses. And just one time is enough to do it. So you start asking a minor to touch themselves for you. That's that's all it takes. You know, what is a sexually violent offender. Well, that's somebody was been convicted of a sexually violent offense as defined. So that could also be assault. What is the predicates sex offender somebody who has been out? They don't go into detail convicted of a sex offense, the offender has been previously convicted of a sex offence alike repeater now how long do you stay on the registry twenty years. So what we know is late forties or fifties. Yeah. So he's gonna be there for a while. Yet other if you are a violent offender sexual predators. Some may also registered for life. And then what are the offenders have to do? So they have to report annually where they live by signing returning an annual verication verification form, they have to notify the department in writing of new address they have to have current photographs taken. I'm sure to get his autograph on Twitter. I saw this is a funny. If they decide to go back to school or work or whatever they have to provide writing their internet service providers. Internet screen names. And address, verification, etc. They have to report employment, if your level to level, three, etc. So. People can move. You know, if you're a sex offender. Can you work as a school bus driver? Most no. Yeah. They have a lot of other breakdowns of this. Which is interesting. But it's it's sad. You know? I mean, he obviously has an illness. And hopefully, he's overcome that. And I, you know, an attraction to young girls is not allowed, and.

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Elton John biopic 'Rocketman' to premiere at Cannes

The Frame

06:35 min | 2 years ago

Elton John biopic 'Rocketman' to premiere at Cannes

"Depending on where you're watching TV. You can get a very different picture of what it means to be a Muslim, especially a Muslim American. Fox News recently suspended host Janine Pirro. For her comments challenging the patriotism of Muslim congresswoman Ilhan, Omar Brian Kilmeade, a host of FOX and friends also questioned Omar's loyalty, but on other networks, depictions of Muslims have been becoming a lot fairer and more nuanced. And in some cases, their faith is used for comedy, which is a lot different than ridicule. A few years ago, author and religious studies scholar resum s lawn came on the frame, and he talked about why that evolution was important. I feel like as a Muslim in ECE middle easterners. We will never be a part of American culture until people start making fun of us on television. And so I am desperate for the day in which we finally have like a Muslim all in the family. Really? So where do things stand? Now. The rain Ali is the TV critic at the LA times. And when she came into our studio this morning, she cited the Hulu series Rami starring Rami Yousef as an example of a show that humanizes it's Muslim characters and lets you laugh at and with them. Oh, it's fantastic. It's such a breakthrough show in many ways, you know, half hour comedy, you know, lead character is a practicing Muslim, but also millennial growing up in New Jersey about all these things you never think that you would see Muslims paired up with it's like sex sex more sex, stating really edgy comedy. But also with you know, practicing Muslim. So there's themes inside the mosque there's themes during Ramadan. And it's it's hysterical. Let's talk about Ramadan. He talked about how his stand up comedy translated into this series. Here's rob a use of when he was talking with us. Not that long ago. I was fasten during Ramadan doing standup. I start talking about it. And I'm like, yeah. You know, I believe in God and us feel the room go what like. 'cause you know, most comedians punchline like, you know. Yeah. Then we go to church right church is like a joke. You know? And so I would be like that's not my reality. And and very quickly. I realized just talking about my reality made the crowd kind of turn their head like, oh, that's what's real to you. And so that became clear to me that, you know, all I really had to do is just talk about that stuff. Right. And all those things are at odds with each other. And you would think, you know, maybe this is a little too specific. And it's like, no not at all. Just exactly what you said. It goes very wide by being kind of specific and those very areas, but it's also he's the son of immigrants. He's you know, his his friends are Muslim but their varying degrees of it. So it's really nice to see that too. It's not like, okay, I Muslim. So therefore, oh without means. You do all these things. It's like, actually, no it's just like being Catholic or Jewish or whatever it is. And he shows that beautifully and that gets to a bigger point you wrote about this about a month ago in the LA times before Rami premiered. And was about the various ways that Islam is depicted on television. And you wrote at the time, I'm quoting you. Now, never before have American viewers seen Muslims covered by the media with such a broad range of images and narratives as they have this month. Where would you say the patterns of negative depictions of Muslims fall? I think in scripted, you know, for the longest time it's been obviously the terrorists. But then as we got, you know, the wars in Iraq, and, you know, nine eleven we were in Afghanistan, we were kind of looking at Muslims just in terms of war. You know, either the women wailing over the body or the enemy in American sniper. And I think since then, you know, there's been an interest and understanding more. But oftentimes, even those good intentions don't quite work out the way, they're supposed to be now what we're seeing with these new members in the house representatives Rashida to leave Ilhan, Omar, you know, you're seeing that there's different. Creations of what Muslims are doing in public life. I know that sounds ridiculous. But really we've only seen like three or four different kinds through the media. So now, we're seeing, you know, people in government now we're seeing comedians in unfortunately with what happened in New Zealand. You're seeing very human reactions to you know, what had happened to everyday normal people. And you're seeing how the government there reacted to it. Look these are citizens they were under attack rod than than what's been going on here of the mistrust from the government towards Muslims. No. What I think it's a very important point that we all understand how we got here and how popular culture and TV and news contain JR. The way that we think and change the way that we think stereotypically, I think something that we're seeing is there are even kind of small characters or small moments in series where there is a different way of looking at this issue. I'm thinking about Matthew weiner's series, the Romanovs because fleetingly he did something that would have been expected. A couple of years ago. Right. I mean, he has a character in there who is kind of the help essentially she's like a made that's coming into help and an elderly woman. And you know, normally she kind of probably would have been aside character she wears job. She's practicing, but she essentially becomes a central character in this episode. And there's a love affair that happens. And there's an a really deep understanding between an older Parisian with kind of very set ideas of what it means to be French. But she's also kind of realizing we'll that's changing and she's doing it through this character who is Muslim. I've never seen anything like that before. And I thought it was pretty amazing. I mean in a series that wasn't that great any other kind of under the radar series right now that you think people should stop find it somehow and check it out also documentary called the judge, and it was out on PBS few months ago. And it really follows a woman who is Palestinian, and she is. Is the first female judge on sharia court of law into officials slumming clause profound Cuban have a woman president run country and women not allowed to drive in another. And if that sounds like what the it it. It really is. Because it brings you in not only to what sharia lot is. And what that looks like because it's a family lie. It's court. It's you know, divorces things like that. But it also kind of shows you woman maneuvering, very patriarchal system being the first of her kind, and she's like this power house. It's really interesting look at SRI Alah the Muslim world women in a slum. 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Disgraced ex-congressman Anthony Weiner released from prison

Investor's Edge

00:45 sec | 2 years ago

Disgraced ex-congressman Anthony Weiner released from prison

"A former democratic congressman finishes his prison term with more. Here's USA radio networks, Chris Barnes, former democratic congressman from New York. Anthony Weiner known as a serial sector is a free man now, but it will have to register as a sex offender that former New York congressman was released from federal medical center in Devon's Massachusetts over the weekend after serving most of the time he was sentenced to twenty one months for sex with a fifteen year old North Carolina girl in two thousand seventeen released slightly early because of good behavior. According to officials it's unclear whether fifty four year old Weiner is now staying although reports have having either at a halfway house or under home confinement in Manhattan under supervision.

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"weiner" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"weiner" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Weiner is on the loose. They let him out of prison today. Well, they let them out of of. I don't even know if it was it wasn't a wasn't even a prison. It was kind of one of those club fed type places. And now he's going to some sort of transitional in other words, halfway house. And everybody's wondering where is Andrew Weiner. Anthony weiner. I'm sorry. Where's Anthony Weiner? What what neighborhood is the on? Is he living in you probably move back to Queen somewhere. He'll be fine. There. They'll have to notify well if it's a halfway house. I don't know what they do. He is a registered sex offender. So I don't know if they have to oh, you probably go on the Megan's lists thing. See where he lives. Oh, man. Do you think that guy's cured? He spent fifteen months in prison. Fifteen months. I gotta tell you. There's something wrong with him. Now, I know the difference between him and bazo is that bazo was shopping his photos with his legal legal age girlfriend where Anthony Weiner was shopping his with under a with an underage girl. But aren't they of the same mindset? Aren't they? And then it's coming down to where bazo girlfriend was showing the photos to all her friends, sending them to all her girlfriends. I'm telling you, there's I don't know why my life is too simple. I need need to step it up. Somehow this way too simple. Byron York trimed in on this whole McCabe interview as well. Confirming many of the rumors the interview confirmed many of the rumors that have certainly been swirling around DC. It really is a stunning revelation, and it's more evidence that rod Rosenstein really did discuss wearing a wire to secretly record. The president really did discuss whether the twenty fifth amendment could be invoked to remove the president. And that the F B I really did open a counterintelligence investigation directed specifically at the president right after the firing of James, call me to see if the president was some sort of.

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"weiner" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"weiner" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Weather center. This report is brought to you by Weiner, schnitzel KO, L D news, thirteen Al first alert weather on KNX either meteorologist Stephanie Waldrip here with your KO L D first alert forecast after a chilly. Start temperatures only going to be warming into the mid fifties about ten to fifteen degrees. Below the average for this time of year for your Thursday overnight tenths fall to right around freezing. And for your Friday warmer, sixty eight for the high was mostly sunny skies at wiener schnitzel. They're all about living life to the fullest and keeping you the fullest. That's why they're bringing back an ultimate fan Fave. Push Trabi as a sandwich on chili cheese fries. And of course on the dog. So stop by today and celebrate life. The Weiner schnitzel way lose up to twenty pounds a month. Eating real foods with RAM three for bread. Nut weight loss is Gary Lewis Steve Bannon is a town for one night only doing a town hall about building the wall. We're going to talk about a first tomorrow morning seven ten right here on Canada. What will we do with this vomit? How will we be remembered? I ask the men and women of this congress look at the opportunities before us. Our most thrilling achievements are still ahead. We have not yet begun to dream freida. Welcome.

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"weiner" Discussed on Overdue

Overdue

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"weiner" Discussed on Overdue

"Is just a form of the same human impulse that leads to like making other people less than so it is it is this book also being a I encounter story and a story of aliens that are more powerful than humans in some ways. It lends itself to comparisons to like imperialism and colonialism and like how various peoples in human history and human present have like many other and oppressed each other or not how come so many alien stories are about us encountering an alien species. That's more advanced than us. Why can't we ever encounter aliens just like suck their bunch of Weiner aliens, and he'd go up to their spaceship, and we dump their books, and we call them nerds. I bully stories is what you're calling them. I guess they must exist. There must be some episodes of Star Trek that are like, oh, we found the caveman planet, and we have to decide whether or not to leave them like in the technological passed or not. Well, so no, you don't ever really have to decide like technically because the prime directive of Starfleet is that prewar technology or prewar societies are to be left alone to develop on their own. And then once they get to warp technology. That's the benchmark for like, oh, this -ociety is advanced enough, and hopefully enlightened enough that they could survive contact with the alien species without like destroying us or themselves on my God. So that Ruger has broken a lot because otherwise, you wouldn't really have a TV show. But. Yeah. It is what they're supposed to do. Suppose- supposed to be a prime directive. Sure. Sure. This book it's also worth thinking about it being a product of the late eighties. There are characters that were, you know, we'll talk about how they are awakened from a long sleep. But the time period that they are leaving is an end of the Cold War and very violent end of the Cold War..

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"weiner" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"weiner" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"Dog Weiner, talk ninety nine. Thirty seven hundred additional US forces will be deployed to the southern border to support customs and border patrol at the same time in what could be a preview for the state of the union on Tuesday. President Trump is continuing his call for a wall. We can have a strong border and the only way you have strong border. Is you need a physical barrier. You need a wall and anybody that says you don't they're just playing games the president on CBS face the nation today also said military intervention to respond to the political crisis in Venezuela remains an option the roof of Atlanta's brand new stadium is open for the Super Bowl pre-game show. And so are the gates ban slowly making their way into what's known as the most technologically advanced stadium in the world LED lights, everywhere, you look and pre-game festivities being shown on a one thousand foot long circular big-screen overhead underground the New England Patriots. And LA Rams have arrived team warmups will be followed by several. NFL presentations, and of course, the national anthem. Sung by Gladys. Knight at Mercedes Benz stadium. Clayton Neville, Atlanta. President Trump says he expects the patriots will win Virginia's governor Ralph Northam faces new calls for his resignation a day after he seemed to retract a previous apology and denied appearing in a racist yearbook photo Virginia congressman Donald McGeechan tells NBC's meet the press his fellow democrat needs to go. Look. He's lost the authority to lead. He he's lost the authority to govern. He has to resign. Isn't the best interests of the Commonwealth? This in the best interest of the party in Texas. A manhunt for an m a fighter who escaped from a private prisoner transport. Forty four year old Cedric marks have been arrested in connection with two murders. He got away when the van stopped at a McDonald's south of Houston. I'm Jan.

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"weiner" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"weiner" Discussed on KTRH

"Her answer was that she wouldn't talk about it. You think sheriff Pelosi would be more than ready to talk. About weiner. Pelosi doesn't like to talk about I won't be answering. Any I've made the statements. I'm going to make my understanding that later in the day, he will be having a press conference. And after that, I will have a statement available. Just tell you that upfront. What about Mr. Durban? Would you talk about him? If he were in trouble. Because she won't talk about Weiner. Oh, tough Nancy Pelosi wouldn't talk about Weiner. You could say how tough she is. She was unwilling to deal with. I never thought Nancy Pelosi light meter, but that was just that was an impression you could just you could get that impression from her. That we have to pass the Bill. So that you can find out. What is in it? I don't know if that was Houma Almodena relationship with Hillary. I don't know if it was me. Because you know. Powerful personality. Maybe he might take over. But I just I always got the impression just from her body language. That Nancy Pelosi didn't like winner. I don't know if there's anything to that. But it seemed like. You're listening to.

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