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"weir" Discussed on RunPod
"Me space. I have to say honestly now assay on long way from getting pbs anymore and it gives me space. I am. I'm because i started running pre gadgets. I don't run with music. Poke costs or anything. I just never have never wanted to. Because because that's when i started in didn't exist so i do love the space and the head space. It gives me. When when i run on a couldn't tell you i think about but i do think about all sorts of things funniest how you can go and you can be really busy in your in your head. And then he can come home and go. I have no what i thought too by. Although i would like to just highlight that may be at listen to anything when you run run. Close a great companion. Definitely the h. Two there right now. Say i just. I started running before. There was any of this gadget trae so i just just have never used it but i know a lot of people. Typically long sleigh runs which is pathak because that is when you should be you know not necessarily focusing on what you're doing and you can fill your head with some great ideas and get great tips and listen to something. Then yeah he. I'm trying to encourage people to listen to run. Put your nautilus but new england. And you're into sessions jedi and your long slog runs in your own sleigh runs a let your listen. Karen is being sued of lee. Thank you for sharing all this brilliant advice. Because there's so often. I'm asked about training. Plans and mast if we can get guest to come on and talk about this and give really like genuinely helpful advice of. I think that's exactly what you've done. So sankey really appreciate it and if anyone wants more information or new. It's at run with karen on instagram. Isn't it yeah on on. Twitter and facebook on my website is just wrong with karen dot com does what it says on the tin indeed. It does your officially in the run. Put run club so get back that on your list of achievements as well thank you so much and if you wrote running keep going gone. Kiko it yeah..
"weir" Discussed on RunPod
"Races so racist tend to be five to seven pounds to enter. You don't have to book in advance. You took twelve z coach. Change things a little bit But you know usually turn off of an evening. You run your your your rice. The you know that they can be three miles. That can be six miles. I mean that hard running but no one no one will judge on your time will know even measure that currently a united states with these trail races. Just do something do something different If you've had enough or you don't get the enjoyment. Asser the road running. I mean obviously down down where you all Win wooden pau richmond park and gets off the trails around the outside where everybody else is going across the middle gigabit monte. Doesn't master time time time in nature that's that becomes more important element. You still organizing all your amazing running holidays yes Unfortunately everything was cancelled last year. So they just being carried over. So i do. I do both in the peak district. This year of one in september which i do the good friend of mine. 'cause we combine it with yoga so goal trial running on yoga retreat In november with another running weekend up here and exciting to really people are the new trial running. Just don't have the confidence Two guys just get off the riott goff. In the hill in we walk the hills are promise in only the very very told in the fell. Runners will run up some of these hills. We woke the hills. We stopped retired fighters. It's about it's about enjoying it says perfect. It sounds great and looks. Thank you so much for coming on the so much advice before i let you go. I have to do the run port. Quick fire round which is facing at first up which trainers you running karen security. And all of my go-to trainers and what's your favorite time of day. To run warning really wiser.
"weir" Discussed on RunPod
"So i love that. You've enjoyed that you know i really enjoyed it. And then and then. I had to do a five k. The other day where. I had to increase speed for every kilometer and i love. That's something i always really enjoyed doing. And so i did. I did on the treadmill which It was buckling outside so i went to the gym. Did it on the treadmill. And i felt really really good because i could visibly see the. I was going faster. Recession every kilometer as well i would find it hard to monitor as much But at least on a treadmill i felt completely in control of the speeds and enjoyed again and again with that one. So that's the progression. Which is a fatty cossack session but It teaches much better pacing races as well so You know when when we signed on the start line with full of adrenaline and usually people go out to false and they think that you combined you think you combined time so when you get tired later. I'm racing doesn't really happen like that. You need to have your own strategy but by doing these these progression runs. I mean it's a good training affect but will so it really helps give the athlete confidence that if you start a little bit easier. You can keep progressing unfinished strong. Of course there are times where people day start out too fast and call complete session or the last kilometer united drops off when they really struggle with but that in itself is a good learning. A point is too fast start tax. I know say again. If i said if it's a great session for days that you not feeling quite so say good and it can be adapted in that way if you will if you are having a really great day but loads of energy slept while you've eaten while you can start to foster really challenged yourself and say you know how so you can get at the end but says if you're feeling rubbish you haven't slept you not eating. Well you saw. You may even do the. I walk and then gradually build so it gain. It's one that you should. You should do very much on how you feel on that day. Give yourself permission to. If it doesn't feel great you don't stop Or you don't progress quickly. Instead of doing fifteen seconds per kilometer each time faster.
"weir" Discussed on RunPod
"Carbohydrate is stored in the muscle as glycogen liver that who lost a little bit longer but of course when you are doing longer longer runs you still need to take in some form of of carbohydrates how replenish stores but it also intend to stress on the body. It's much much lower so you can get away with doing more volume assamese year intensity so so that that is important but as soon as you off going slow enough for those easy wrongs in the heart rate is a little bit too high and perhaps even approaching the level where you start building up to cast is a product than than you not. You're just adding fatigue without guessing a useful adaptation from that session. I'm just thinking of some of the sessions that you've encouraged me to do and there's one that you've determined to do which is a fifty minute easy run. That does not mean. Is that slow chatty yet. Okay right and I might not be mass. Loathing should have been a bit slower. But then within that i had to eight thirty minute fast runs eight thirty seconds. Eight thirty eight thirty second facts onto that would have been a bit. Loved me an excessive so and you said to do them randomly. Now i actually. I thought going to be so hard. But actually i really enjoyed it because i found that the i i do is thirty. Seconds for me is me counting to fifty. Every right pacers one a two. I o was what i run but it's fifty paces so it was actually quite easy to do. Every time i go to a long straight stretch. I'd go right to it here and then back to easy running which really helps you recover. And then when. I was ready to do again so i was doing them. I did like to back to. And then i'd have like five minutes and then do it again. I really enjoyed it. And i felt good. I didn't i didn't break dote didn't break down to a wall just kept going and i can. I can notice a difference. Do these different style sessions and also is more interesting. Yeah absolutely love. That you've just said mentioned that session so there's another. There's another school of thought. I've been studying so i'm doing a masters in coaching as well at the moment. Which absolutely loving. But this is a whole philosophy. I'm sort of embracing around the unstructured speeds work where the idea is the old fashioned way of doing speedwork where you might do ten times. Two minutes with with a woman into a full recovery It's very restrictive and athletes rival to almost anticipate and control and therefore potentially restrict the effort. They put into that. Whereas if you take back control the way you give people free flow to literally run how they fail you. Cannot she performed. Besser so i love that you just said that you went into nudity says seconds iran each thirty second when you felt ready for it. So i guarantee that you ryan probably the if i if i'd say eight times thirty seconds one minute recovery in between you would possibly go board. Which would have impacted your birth hold the pace which would have or you analyzing that. You weren't running fast enough. When you were dot would demoralized. They saw the free full. Your the one in control you put in the best speed when you want. All i've done is i do is to them on each visa seconds but do whenever is is brilliant and that's part of this new way of working. I'm exploring a bit..
"weir" Discussed on RunPod
"They don't have the period the down time that just running for fun so solar program for your event Might be sixteen weeks for athen and then stop the structure training and just do running for fun because she knew that period of time after the race. When you're running for fun. I mean you feel great because you feel really your fittest and every time i've run a marathon and it's been really hard the next day i've wished the marathon. Was this coming weekend you from like. I think i'd smash if we can but actually that period then when do of anything to train for. I'm just running for fun and is just the moose joyous running you can do it. The guys that way people get some so the mini depression date mean that so the medically but they you know you get the post meyerson blues where you do feel very fit. But that window straight off the meyerson. You'll bodies so fatigue so tired that is window where you will do yourself massive injury so there is a badge volna the i hate the saints down at running clubs though people will do that. That that meyerson on on sunday and then they'll be at the club training session on tuesday. Look at me over in the marisa. Now i'm his train on. It's so risky so risky. So don't do that but to come back to the question about the types of running in a training program. So as i said i do subscribe to polarize philosophy which means you do fos running late running in. Stay away from this of gray area in the middle but you all looking at so the meantime volume around about eighty percent. Ac two ninety percent of what you're doing in total and that total will be different for the event you're doing just you'll running lifestyle about eighty to ninety percent. It should be easy running. And by that i mean conversational pace so really comfortable Very manageable almost. You could finish every ron and saying you know i could just keep going. I just need to stop now because of both got and do something else. A then you have the the false training which would be short towards maybe longer into quality session. It might be a it could be. If you are caught reiner and you decide. You gonna talk a false five k. That would be your coolest sessions for the week. So five percent. Five ten absolute maximum fifteen percent of your total volume should be that really hard false running and the gay and what often we see often. I see recreation run. This as more often than not with men is they. Don't do the easy running. They never do easy running. They do hard running. They don't even sit in the gray area in the middle. Just go out and beasts themselves. And that's no good either. Get get very fatigued again. Not gonna perform to the level. They need to uneven. When you say. Ron slowly they don't run slowly enough now. This this is universal. This is women are men are generally say when i say conversational pace run easy. No-one is running easy. No one is running at conversational patriot. Really everyone thinks they run slough. They're they're walking you to your lake ad. I'm i'm running too slowly. But that's that's okay you get you get elite athletes that can run four minute miles or comfortably fireman and miles and they will do some of that running eight minute mark. Don't be afraid to adorn a couple of to your your pace per mile in anything. You know achieving anything..
"weir" Discussed on RunPod
"And i say you're investing in your in your future rather than you know your future health rather than sort of morning or or using something that you had before we can still keep guessing bid but you just need to approach in different ways. Yeah is is it too late to start doing running and weights. If you've never done it before and you get to. That never never never never too late. I mean you want you. You won't be care. It's everything we get really excited and we throw ourselves into things and then we get injured so it is take advice it. Is you know speech someone who is used to working with women over forty That understands there are plenty of united. Great male and female train is out at. That can do that. And you need to build out slowly soaks away. The i might be able to move is certainly not a way the Beginning of could install with but an the other great thing about you. Start these new things and you get besser. So you're running. Times might be going downhill slightly. And you're more interested in age grading the natural absolute numbers with you running. I mean certainly minded minus long-gone. Times never gonna get. Pb's again but with the weightlifting. the i'm doing. I'm still getting better. I'm still progressing. And that gives me that..
"weir" Discussed on RunPod
"How do we change when we get to forty and beyond. I mean some women. Sophie ray worth less mcandrew. They're just getting fitter and louise minchin fainter and faster and you know it's almost like they're stronger. Light their power. They get older. And how do we change as we get by each will. The big issue is with perryman applause. Wish can stall from unfortunately from late thirties for some people but Menopause usually as happens around fifty fifty one fifty two from ten years before that we start getting fluctuations in all in a whole an eastern is the is the big ones. Estrogen is great for us as women. it's protective on a number of ways it's It helps us build. Muscle mass gives that at that impetus How Inflammation or these kind of things that really good That starts fluctuating in different ways. And eventually we lose it and it's so important that we understand that We can do things to help that now. Lie in anything in life there out lie so there will be some. Some women appear to absolute derived with making no changes. But what. I hear more often than not and i do. What with lots of women over forty is that things they used today. The diet they were following the training they were doing. It's not working anymore than putting on ways that getting aches and pains That not getting faster and the the big problem with that is often that we what we do or what they do. is we start cussing calories. Because we think that's going to help snooze way retrain more and it becomes Horrendous vicious cycle of where we are actually breaking the body down. We need to just go right there ways now. The things that i need to do differently. Now you need to focus on your protein intake and making sure it's it's a good quality on high pricing tight much higher than you are often be towed by i'm Excising women even up to two grams per kilogram of body weight. I mean tons of proteins. Back that is law which does mean for another active women you might need to supplement with protein shakes and that might be necessary. So proteins important the strength impetus so lifting heavy weight. It's not your your. You're balancing basically bull during bicycles. Type thing it it you need to be actual saying dead lifting moving heavy objects to really get the stimulus into the into the muscles to to just stand still even without trying to get get stronger. It's just to stop was losing what we've already go. You also need to make look at the stress in your life and unfortunately once we so they get to that forty in conjunction with united rentals taking a it can be a stress repairs for the people managing or caring for aging parents. Still got kids at home..
"weir" Discussed on RunPod
"Think for recreational runners. They are important at certain times. So if you have an event that you training that you want to be tickly. Hvac for than i think they are essential actually and they should give you a good balance. So most recreational runners do too many miles at a medium pace which is not useful. It fatigues you but doesn't give you the adaptations over longterm to get faster and faster so what we what we should see in a training program is an eye so the fuller the philosophy of polarization where you do most of your training. I didn't easy comfortable pace on a very small amount. Sometimes as it was five percent of your title volume will be false. But it's hard you what you want to do is the stuff should be false. The slightest shot stuff should be slow conversational pace greeley easy. We need to get away from jerusalem the junk malls in the middle of where we do so that this medium kind of effort that it adds fatigue but doesn't say doesn't help necessarily improve your strength. Your muscular endurance. Oil will be a two match all the things that we're looking to to improve with different talk. Sessions would which would be in a program so recreational run as a tourist for this. They just go out. Run a fine if we come back to running full health than just going out and running is fine. But if you're training for invent or you want to get better than you do need to be a bit more scientific about and than the training program will come into play. You know the Them a couple of times. I've i've trained for some races. And i've just run a few times a week and i've probably done the same re- same run. Maybe just gone a bit longer one day and actually i haven't gone go faster. I haven't got fitter. I've struggled and actually had to start walking quite low and i couldn't. I couldn't understand why i was going. I five times a week. Sometimes sakes getting worse. But actually what you've highlighted to me as well you said you know five or six times a week is too much you. You need to quit that. No no you definitely so again. It depends on the level that your your competing at a elite athletes will obviously run every day or they will have rest days and sometimes they'll run twice a day you know and that will be good club runners that that might Six or seven times ever over week but with still with arrest day but for most recreational runners who are looking to get better have jobs have caring responsibilities. These kinda things may wanna do a bit of strength. Where maybe i know you like playing. Go as well jenny. Maybe doing a bit of at four runs a week is enough and then if we start talking about owed athlete so i'm putting myself an yourself in that foresee does that mean. We're old for over four old. Where we're masters masters athletes jenner. Okay go with a yet so we need to make sure we includes strength training so especially women it become so important as we get premenopausal who Stop fluctuating our ability to create a maintain muscle mass is massively diminished. So strength training is essential and as essential. Can't get the adaptation. We're looking for bill that strength from running alone so i'm afraid it's time to embrace the waves and getting the gym. So if you're doing that as well for runs to strength sessions. A week is what i would recommend..
"weir" Discussed on RunPod
"And there was none of that usual. Sort of a new head discussion mountain a man get on with it. You know just suck it up type thing it was. It was just just had to stop an unknown behold then spent the next twenty four hours quite a while and i had a stomach bug that dna taught me a loss in the world didn't come to an end. The i hadn finished his mind United was a few few supported While dynamo did you couldn't help it and all this of stuff but they didn't come to an end and actually i learned a lot from that amazing that become the most important thing to us at that time. Actually they don't really matter. You know being healthy having having your house and being able to run when you want to enjoy it not pushing yourself into injury an analysis or those things really came to the full for man. I radio understood it. And i try and help. My athletes go through would not go through. That advised them against those kinds of situations. But what i do see is that people need to go through it for themselves Sadly the you need to come out the other side of the obsession and it does often mean that something has to go wrong A big event. You don't finish all Sadly sometimes even an injury that that stops training for a period of time. So that when you do come back you chew while. I just appreciate the i can run again so i think that that is a price. I also think it comes with age because obviously we started working together. And i like wisdom comes with that and it's more about going out and running and just enjoying it. You knew that such a great great point. I think that people forget that. They're running because they love it and suddenly they're running because they're competing with other people and some all right. I think if you're competing against yourself and you really want to improve and you want to get p. b. and you're striving as you say for for you know the best you can be but unfortunately sometimes the joy is so tight of it because all you can see is beating other people. Yeah yeah all guessing something..
"weir" Discussed on RunPod
"Like fifty plus miles through the hill just over just over double marathon Double marathon so it will on on road which turns of ultra runs off. But it's more for the experience in south. Africa is very historic race of one hundred years old. Now it supported the whole way televised A twelve hour. Which i think. A lot of people choon into watch. Because it's heartbreaking literally blade. Blow the store at twelve hours. If you haven't i the line you haven't finished and you could be fifty odds away and you don't finish you. Don't get a medal and just june into see the hulk break at the end. That is so nasty. Yeah but it's to the history and the great the great Bruce ford dis is won it so many times at undone in so five and a half hours which is unfathomable to me. He's also right both in pot run in south africa. So i've got to meet him not yeah. Comrades comrades should be on people's bucket list. It says it's amazing amazing race today and so you. Have you know you have your running experience. You're definitely qualified. Although interestingly when we were chatting the other day you were saying that your attitude to running has actually changed in recent years. I i honestly love to what you said because you said that now instead of chasing a pb you just wanna make sure you enjoy running. Yeah it's an. I might experience working with many recreational runners and is the people. Do go through a journey. So you Stopped for whatever. Reason you're running. And i i was the same. You saw achieving. Because it's new to you and you get false whatever however you are you will improve initially and then it's very easy these days to get caught often. I cool the obsession with running. It can easily become an obsession that lord of pressure social media straw vo these things. Now they dry omarosa compulsion in people and people you know they get worried. If they haven't looked at ron or run hasn't been false. Noth- what will other people saying connecticut looking for q likes and all these kinds of things very quickly for other people. It doesn't move from something that they did for The challenge the enjoyment to something that they feel compelled to do. I know i definitely went through that. I also got to the stage. Where whatever i was doing was was not enough. Fight around my first meyerson night. He was like what. What can i do next. It's foster will will crazier. And then i got into triathlon. What my way out through the distance is a man and then doing motor running. And it was actually only when i stopped at. She got got engine to stalk. And so why. Am i doing this. That realize the love the love for it. The simplicity the purity of running. Is you know what. I what i love about it. That will go and it was. It was chasing things that didn't didn't matter so one of the biggest learning things for me was i actually. It was my third attempt to nine man so i completed to And i was on my third one. And i go. Dna did not finish. Because i actually had a stomach bug. And i didn't realize that i had it when i started so i did swim. I did the bike while. I was really struggling on the bike. I didn't have any energy. I was fully usual. Nutrition strategy That really didn't work. I just felt really lebanon energy. Got off the bike started. The run Did a half marathon of the marathon distance. And i was just feeding rubbish. I am couldn't take on nutrition. Got to the half marathon point which was kinda back in the race village and just walked off the course. I just can't do this..
"weir" Discussed on RunPod
"Training run for one of the many races coming up. I am intriguing myself for some races. I've signed up to two merson's this year and a fool hours in october and so with that in mind i am one of many if been thinking of their weekly running schedule and for this well. I've recruited the help of someone who actually helped me get my mouth. Pb which was a while ago. Two thousand ten. She's an incredible run coach and she is going to offer you advice today at. Please welcome to run poet karen. We're by jenny hallelujah. I'm really well. Thank you and you'll be pleased to know. I'm still on track with the program. You've given me and i have done my run this morning. That's i was gonna ask you how that was going but that's better do it. Because otherwise it might be in trouble at the star of the podcast and that wouldn't be a good start. No and karen. And i first met at like maybe go twelve thirteen years ago or something like that. Certainly like a different a different toy goal. And i came to you when you were a trainer. A personal trainer. Matt roberts jim and and then i discovered that you are a brilliant running as well is. Is that how you got into this. I knew that you actually you. You had a completely different introduction into the world of fitness. Yes i did. Many many moons ago. I had a different career entirely. I worked in the city of london. I was a management consultant. And then if you remember the the the major global crash but in two thousand the night. I was made redundant from that and i decided it was a great opportunity to do something completely different. And that she interested in so i Did my personal training qualifications with At the time and then began working in his chelsea. Jim i was already run then very much. A recreational novice runner. And i was doing some volunteer coaching at my my running cop down in richmond. Run harris you ashley we should. We should let know this. You were one. That's the original park runners as well aren't he. I have that great privilege a serendipitous accident in the right place. At the right time. I was Frightened of putin here and he said. I'm doing this come along so sassy invest turned up on that fateful day back in october..
"weir" Discussed on Ominous Origins
"We look at our solar system and then we extrapolate that to galaxy that we live in the milky way if we hunt for stars that are like ours that have planets surrounding them that are like ours that maybe in the goldilocks zone. Meaning close enough to the sun to have water and not be a poisonous or hostile environment to grow life and then that life does grow and it becomes intelligent enough to build technology and if it builds that technology it is reaching out to the stars and hasn't destroyed itself yet and had learned enters the further apart to the drake equation. That isn't probably discussed in that book. But my mind goes. There is okay. Let's talk about the civilizations that also have gotten past destroying themselves that technology but also in our intr- interstellar have use that technology to search the stars for other intelligent life and researched the fabric of the universe. Let's say That's kind of where my mind went. When i was taking that course and i found it. Interesting that the drake equation. Stop that Intelligent that has created technology to communicate with the stars but hadn't destroyed themselves yet And i guess that's just the great information filter you know not. Everybody goes through that. Not everybody has the imagination to go beyond that theory and Just with that equation alone. There's something like a million planets in our galaxy alone that can harbor life like us. That's probably more advanced than us. And you look at our planet. It's in a store. That's on the outside of the galaxy of the galactic disk and stars that are closer to the centre are thousands of years older than ours. Like millions right right so that means a life started there at one point in history. They have had a head start. Were in the boons- and they're welcome to probably travel out to our part of the disk and check out things going on in this neighborhood to put it the city kids coming out to the country to see what's going on. That's a good line to end on. I think darcy thank you so much for taking the time to talk about your experiences and adventures in documentary filmmaking end the youthful seen in general So speaking of the latest wonder. I don't know if it's your latest per se but more taco. Today's volcanic you'll mysteries. Where can people find that. I think in canada they can see it on prime video And google play a Probably apple tv that type of thing But if you're in the united states if you have podcast listeners. Over there on prime amazon prime Youtube red google. Play itunes and Cable verizon. Fios dish tv and a whole bunch of other on demand services. However you you know consume. Your media should be reachable and people can check out my website if they wanna see other films. I've done Www dot oled journeys dot com Film posters trailers. They click on film posters. It goes right through to page. Come watch the film awesome once again. Thank you for stopping by. Thanks casey chatting with that was darcy. We're as you can see. He has a lot to say on a lot of interesting topics. And if you are a frequent listener to this podcast in you should be very interested in the things he is saying as he mentioned you can find most of his work if not all of it on very streaming services including amazon prime or does check out his website at a cult. Journeys dot com. Thanks for listening..
'Tiger King' star Carole Baskin to 'Dancing With the Stars'
"The next season of dancing with the stars will include musicians actors and an animal rights activist I'm marquees are loaded with the latest Nelly and Backstreet boy AJ McLean have signed on as celebrity dancers for dancing with the stars so have actors Jesse Metcalfe Skai Jackson and Justina Machado and Carole Baskin who became a sensation as part of the Netflix series tiger king others will participate are Kaitlyn Bristowe of the bachelorette and a bell star Vernon Davis and Olympic skater Johnny weir Tyra banks will host the new season which premieres September fourteenth on A. B. C.
"weir" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk
"Of the Rings, Abraham. Devotes. Julian sounds as creepy man. Who Your Mazda? Someone I to the hat. Wow. Hey. That's great. Appreciate you. My guy the Archangel Gabriel is. Really. What is most important is that Burnham forgives herself? Because as Burnham, my carry a tremendous amount of guilt and shame. Name is Alex. Zahara played read God's Zales to. Iron Shirt. The one I own US freaky leaders. Allman, Kokatay..
Brazil's biggest cities start reopening as COVID-19 surges
"Brazil ranked second to the United States for the most coronavirus cases and deaths of any country in the world yet it's pushing ahead with reopening businesses and its largest cities series Bill Weir's and some hollow for us. right now, so set the scene for US Bill. What are you seeing? Well a lot of the businesses were only allowed to be open for about six hours today, usually in the middle of the day source, seeing folks sort of trickle in and out of the shops here as they get closer to closing time, there's a mall across the street that was open today for the first time as people get to sit down restaurants at forty percent capacity, or so, but in the shopping district in the center of town today I saw people elbow to elbow, and not all the masks were at full mast, so to speak at a lot of that has to do with the way Brazil as the United States, the pandemic has become really political. Down here, thanks to the man in charge President Bolsonaro of from the beginning. Has dismissed covid nineteen as little flu that Brazilians are strong enough to handle He pooh-poohed calls from the Health Ministry to social distance and to quarantine fact. He fired his health minister. A lot of people were worried that president trump would fire Dr Chee well most scenario did that replacement quit after a month? And now the man in charge of the pandemic response is a loyal army general who has no health policy experience at all, but what's interesting at the same time is Brazil is now the site of two major vaccine sort of phase three. Three trials, thousands of Brazilians will volunteer to get very promising medicines, but wolf those probably even in the best-case won't be ready for public sumptious until this time next year.
"weir" Discussed on No Laying Up
"Beetle Right Club today. That's better than most about. It is better than most battle. The Most Ladies and gentlemen welcome back to the no laying a podcast. I'm hoping that today's episode finally set set things right with the Canadian listeners. Of this show for the many probably unjustified shots that I've taken Mike Weir and his game over the years something I'm not necessarily Proud of and the more. I've covered golf the more. I've appreciated the grind. That goes into the effort. That goes into the game when it's not there anymore when you're battling injuries and the perseverance of Someone like Mr Weird which we're GONNA talk a lot about the extreme highs of his career as well as some of the extreme lows Any critiques of Of the shots I fired our very fair and I will accept criticism on some of that but definitely did not want to pass up the opportunity to interview Mike and to get some perspective on what he's gone through as well as of course talk about the masters winning the masters and being a legend in Canadian sports. I've never seen a say this later on in the interview. I've never seen a country ride harder for Any one particular Golfer then Canada's Mike Weir so how we really appreciate him spending the time. And lastly before we do get rolling here this sadly would've been PGA championship week. Hopefully this does go off as planned in August but since it is supposed to be a major week why don't we start with some appropriately? Themed Trivia there's only one player who has made more than two hundred and fifty birdies at the PGA Championship since two thousand. Can you name him? You should probably be leaning towards selecting a callaway player if you know where this is going. And if you selected Phil Mickelson you'd be right if you like Golf Trivia. Calloway has got something for you. On Thursday may fourteenth at six thirty eastern. They partnered with fan. Beat to put on a ten minute. Live Gulf Trivia. Game that you can play on your phone tablet or computer. It's the maverick majors. Trivia Challenge Prizes on the line. Include a maverick driver jaws wedge crumbs off golf balls and more they do this in April. What would have been Masters Week? And IT'S A. It's a.
"weir" Discussed on Broken Record
"So that's a tuner Morgan on for an opera. I'm writing beautiful. It what what struck me when you played that is it. It's not uncommon when someone is playing on the piano to play the rhythm part with their left hand and the top line or the melody with their right hand but rarely would uh rarely would guitar player. Who SINGS PLAY? What you just played because you played both rhythm guitar part and so more. Leica you played it more like a piano rose. When you're playing the melody along with the in most songwriters I know who would play that song. Just be playing the chords and would be even humming the melody. They didn't have the words. Nickel humming the Melvin. It's very interesting that you chose to do it that way because it it first of all sorts of satisfying the listen to and I don't hear people play that way. Beautiful working with some folks in Nashville on on this and Kinda KINDA cracked up about. This is going to be a big project. I've been recording some of the music in Nashville and at GonNa producer about the Dave Cobb. Who's really good good guy? Ni- came a lot of wonderful test and And we're working on this. And he's of course very interesting beginning to getting the lyrics getting to all the all the music that we've written and I was. We had some wonderful sessions. Are He has a little crew in the studio? That that We we just just popped out A bunch of rate tunes had no notion. I was going to be writing an opera until reasonably amazing. How it works. Yeah amazing and so much. Fun doesn't matter how long you've been doing it. The the discovery process remains like this moment. Where road that sense of what it was like can't believe it's happening royal doesn't get old? I know you know when it's there. Yeah and such a great feeling. It's a new now. I feel it in my whole body and exciting is buying becomes electric absolutely become weightless. Absolutely no same can happen with performance like even the song he played one hundred times one ninety. Just some Harrah's with us what I meant. I I was meeting In the writing process with Sam. It's it's the same. It's the same thing when those when when the ordinary elevates to the extraordinary. It's unbelievable and so beautiful amused. Just pass you on the hidden says okay. Now's your time. Has Your little movement here. Celebrate MY WINDOWS. Show you a little something Cooman. Thank you for talking my pleasure pleasure. Thank you for playing all right. Thanks to Bob. Weird for opening up about his creative process and sharing everything. He's working on with rank tickets for a Spring Tour. Wolf brose and a summer tour. Deadandcompany are on sale. Now you can check out Bob Weir Dot com to stay up to date on. Everything is working on. We put together a playlist of our favorite songs. You can find it by visiting broken record. Podcast DOT COM. Broken record is produced with help from Jason Gambro Yellow Bell only arose Pushkin Industries. Are Things expect candidates? I'm just in Richmond? Thanks for listening..
"weir" Discussed on Broken Record
"Improv. That goes on this and and the rhythms really complicated on. The rooms are complicated. And so we you know the rhythms were so complicated. That A sort of expanding our awareness of what you can do with a rhythm you know how you can adjust this part of just that part and put an underlay it under this part and it looked. It just seemed to let There was room for another drummer to go into some of those places. I'm not sure I was ever really all altogether sold on On the two drummer growers business because it started to take more in the direction of playing and lessen the direction of songs s for me yes. it definitely complicates thing. Yeah I remember the there's the The grateful dead movie. Run that and there's only one drummer and that and that seemed really good. We're we were hot. That was a good phase. The was it an interesting experience when the touch of grey thing happened and all of a sudden you're have music on the radio and on MTV and yeah you know. The predictable thing happened to took. One of us are not You know took Brent hot too much too soon is invariably Doesn't work out now. We so so gradually and so slowly became famous that We were able to you know. Remain yourselves remain ourselves but The too much too soon phenomenon. Hit hit brand. Because he he hadn't he hadn't been through that whole developmental phase and Took him out. You'd you'd been banned twenty years at that point more thirty thirty. It's it's really must have been a wild just just so unusual and I can't even say good or bad just like what. A new mentioned is like what a new direction unplanned seemed like but songs were good. Well as long as we're good and also we'd had him on stage for a while so the the mature they'd grown faces. I see and they matured before you recorded them that we've been playing some of those songs for like You know five or six years. Who's getting long about Tom? To make record. We'll be right back with more from Bob. 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We're back with Bob where I think the thing that I pulled me the thing that I may made me understand the band more. Interestingly was more that second folk phase and I think it was the reckoning. When I heard that oh I see my way in and through that it allowed me to expand through the whole the whole world of of the music. Well interestingly on the subject of Of the song as opposed to the plan in Dead Cornell. The drummers are getting are gonNA get teleprompters a so that right in front of their right under their noses are going to be the lyrics of all the songs because You know your average your average seventeen year old in in our audience probably knows more lyrics to songs than I think that's going to change our focus could Could change dramatically. Yes is is John. Mayer always in that band or sometimes Well when that bins blue. And he's in that's interesting. How did that work out? He's a great guitar player. Yeah an interesting combination I. He went through his dead phase about I guess he hit that about five years ago. But he's John Maher so he can do something about that. Yes and and I remember talking about it. We he was we. We both Kinda got into our dead phase at a similar time. And we were sharing outs and so a friend of a mutual friend of ours. Don was at We got together. Don's office great and a John was downstairs working in the studio there yet and I was visiting. Donny's it. Listen I'M GONNA go down and get John John Mayer and He was real interested in what I what I was up to. At that point and He had a TV show. A late late show. I think it was a late night. Tv show that he was a guest hosting and invited me to come and play on that. And so I figured that was You Know Kellner was on drums so I figured okay Nakai miss that opportunity we We got there for the soundcheck in plugged in and they gave us two song slots and we plugged in. We started started playing in a couple of hours later. They said okay. You guys are done with soundcheck Were unplugging you now because Because we we just we knew we start planning. We didn't stop yes and so I figured okay. Whoa let's do something about this. Yes and And he eighth was thinking the same thing. That's great. Yeah so cool. What a cool combination and so great that the band if it found a way to carry on the music you know there's life there really is absolutely yeah absolutely. Do you think this reason the I can't think of another example of a band who have had so much impact so much success so much important so much love yet never really connected as well on the record side on the live side is do you think there's a reason for that are pondered this and was it ever a frustration or would did. Was it not an issue like I like recording.
Bob Weir of the Grateful Dead
"The right songs all the time. What's your process life stuff going stuff going on in my head? All the time Right now I'm I'm kind of writing all the time. Yeah it comes out very very slowly slower than slug in a trance but But keep at it. Yeah in the past. You worked a lot with lyricist and I understand. He passed away. Is that How do you fill that gap? Or How do you magic working going forward? We'll have always you know always working with John Birla liras host but I always road like half of alerts or usually wrote half alert as and would you have come first. And he would finish them. Generally speaking yeah Generally speaking I would come up with whatever it was that Mary that lyric to that music understood and and you'd have already the framework Melania. Leave yeah the phrasing. Yeah or you know some big notion of that yes would would. How often would a song change from the initial spirit? When writing it does not alone. Sometimes you get way different and a song as a I'm gonNA. I'M GONNA die right in here as long as a life form. It's a you know an alien life form It's organic Actually had a dream A few weeks back while Jerry came to me in the dream and Introduced a song in this song came in and it was like it was kind of it looked kind of like a great big. Rec Room sized ethereal sheepdog and it was big and friendly and came up and stiff me and I did a little bit. Came back at me and it was. It was interactive and and and then we you know then we started playing and singing the song that we we were in it. We were in the song part of it. We were part of that functioning organism tests and the dream. Sort trailed off into whatever into wherever dreams go but That just confirmed my sis. My my notion that held for the longest time that they're a song as a life form in a coming visits us and a income through certain people for whatever reasons are S and it or whatever attractions are and when it's time for it to come it's GonNa come through. You're through someone else. Yeah coming coming to this world and has come into sniff around in visit and And and hang yes and you know those goose characters in those songs you know they come in they tell their stories and and they're they're you know they they just WanNa be heard. It's beautiful just beautiful too when you woke up. Did you remember the song Not Very well. It was a jazz ballad We were singing. We were doing a duet on it when you don't hear many of those Dalit But in this particular case you know jazz ballad do do songs often come to you in in dreams. A lot of MUIRA. That's great the good ones. Yeah what a Gift I. Sometimes I'll have someone come into dream. It's hard for me to to keep them. You know it's hard for them to hang around right. Yeah you gotta get right on and what. I've what I've found is I've sort of made a deal with my little deal with my muse. Yes were you know no matter what time of day no matter what? I'm getting up I'M GONNA. I'm GonNa you know I'm going to PICK UP MY GUITAR. I'M GONNA I'M GONNA get enough of it down so that You know otherwise. Refrigerator taught visiting. Yeah and with the way you'd get it down to record something or might it meteorite. Saw generally a phone makes it real easy these days? Yeah so you'll sing it into the phone. Yeah singing and playing into your own. How did how would set lists work in in the band? Well that's interesting though the way. The dead the grateful dead used to do it is Janna would be his to start or my turn to start and take turns back and forth. We'd take aways yeah and then While we figure out the first couple of tunes that we were GonNa do maybe I three and then would generally come up with what we're GONNA wrap the setup with says right here on paper and then Then while Jerry was singing I had all the time on earth to figure out what I wanted to do next and often as not. I'd try to coax that tune out of the when we were planning when when it was done to route that went up and then he'd be doing the same thing when I was in. And would they always come or did you? Did you have a list of things to draw from you? Just always have him enough looking around or the end I you know toward the end. It was handy to have a list. Because you're the repetoire pretty expansive and and we try to stay up on all the tunes that we've brought around so we have you know the way we did things we you know. We never got around to tune. Maybe once a week. Yes how we'd cover songs work their way into the set Sometimes they just came up. You know under a signature liquor or something like that would Oh we're planning that okay. Here goes nothing. I know that there's some covers that would work their way into work their way around often in over a long period of time. Are there any that that just didn't work? Plenty plenty of weed trial ones. Who Ethic went. We tried to Pig Pen tried zing. And this is a man's world yeah I think we actually did that twice just to make sure that we it was. That bad is in theory. That sounds like that could have been good. Yeah Yeah you know we have no control over those never till you never tell how different were the members of the band. Would you say from each other like music? Wise taste-wise well. We had pig pen. Who was very very funky. He was all about blues and not much else. And then we had phil who was Into classically classically trained and And and Sort of sort of moonlighted in the Jazz World Mickey was a Marshal Drummer. He played martial. Music was a national champion rudimentary. Snare drummer he played one of those big field drums in Hindi while marching billy's I finally figured out who billy's a major influence was and he never he. I pointed it out to him. Any E allowed as I was spot on Was There was a certain era of Ray Charles that that drummer. Yeah I am. Billy Billy captured that lilt and. I don't think he I don't think he even knew he did it. I don't he. He was thinking. Consciously doing a consciously attempting to do that. It just happened and then jury was. Jerry was all over the place you loved Hilo. But he's I think is deepest. Love was probably a string band music country Buick
Intel officials say Russia boosting Trump candidacy
"They say it happened in twenty sixteen and is happening again Moscow meddling to help Donald Trump to win three officials familiar with the closed door briefing last week say the message was delivered to the house intelligence committee president trump last night went after the panel's chairman that little Adam Schiff what a crooked politician the president has dismissed the intelligence community's assessment of Russian interference four years ago a senior administration official says last week's briefing infuriated the president to complain Democrats would use the information against him a day later he laid the international intelligence chief Joseph McGuire and this week announced loyalist regret L. will replace Mike weir Sager mag Connie at the White House
Toby Weir-Jones on Water Safety through Network Security
"Really important topic today dealing with security issues in the water sector. So I'm happy to be joined by toby. We're Jones. He is chief product officer for Bayshore. Networks Toby thank you so much for coming on absolutely travels would slow. It's great to be here. Thanks for enough. I think this is just a very timely topic. I it becomes more and more important. Seems like every day Security in the water sector especially on kind of the the digital front. I'm curious for some perspective on what the history has been of of security in the water sector. What's been the The traditional approach that we've seen in the past. Well it's interesting with water. I mean you think about it. It's one of the most fundamental components of life in the world and yet in many ways. the mindset about securing water is really oriented around you know this sort of medieval strategies of throwing decaying carcasses into the moat. And seeing if you can poison every and you know that okay. Maybe somebody'll try. The Abbot seems a lot more effective to get into the control systems and yet As far as protecting that information infrastructure that runs these water. Johnson these districts. Now there's really not been a lot of activity on the security side of things This is you know. It's a curious. It's curious exception. We've seen a lot of activity on the industrial cybersecurity side and and other sectors and a bulk power and transportation. Some of the financial services infrastructure is in particular but really the the the water the water sector has been largely overlooked for a long time even though it was designated as critical infrastructure You know sort of eleven twelve years ago you know. Obviously September eleventh changed a lot As far as attention on these type of issues. I'm sure that that has played a role in In the transformation maybe that we've seen recently I think the incredible digitisation That's happened is also been part of the change. So what has changed? And what's kind of the the contemporary approach as a result? You know you're absolutely right on the digitisation question. So the water plans they move towards automation systems. They generally continued to be isolated. Deployments they weren't really connected to the Internet. There wasn't really any kind of remote access Physically possible because they were properly isolated And so the risk was really local. And you know at a at a sort of national scale Though it's not good for the affected folks. It was difficult to see a cascading failure if one water district had a problem because they were all disconnected from another but over the past ten years or so. That's that's really started to change and it's it's been because of really two trends. The first is that the the control systems are really no longer isolated from the rest of the corporate networks for the entities that own. These districts are on the plants and of course secondly The the entities themselves do have internet connectivity. So the the notion of you know the the idea that these places are really safely insulated. An an only need to worry about the local threat is no longer true. And as a result we we now have a situation where the typical water district has really done very little at the network security level to to provide any kind of security protection. And they're realizing that. Oh my gosh. I'm not as insulated from those threats. As I used to be are those I perhaps thought I was. You know you talk about threats. I'm very curious about. What are the security threats to the water sector given that it's You know not the medieval approach of throwing a body into the supplier the moat there. What what are some of the threats out there? Well the the biggest threats come from the sensitivity of the system to even small changes. And you'll notice. I'm deliberately not characterizing that as a militias or an accidental event the point is regardless of whether it's militias or accidental. It's pretty easy to create an unsafe condition and a water supply If you're applying treatment materials you know chlorine injection or or various other Cleaning Chemicals and you get the levels wrong you suddenly have a situation where the does all solid limits. The chemical composition of the water is no longer safe. It doesn't meet the legal standards for safety. And there's no there's no do button for that Can't simply reverse the chain haven't magically go back the way it was you've you've created material when it's out in hundreds of miles of piping and distribution systems and storage reservoirs and you've got a population that depends on the water coming out of the TAP and this. This is the the issue here with water. The consequences are very different from the the threat. Modeling that we focused on the enterprise side for so long and the difference. Is that the the people who are affected. You don't have a realistic way to identify the threat. To a hundred percent of those people immediately on the enterprise side. If you can tell ninety five percent of the consumers that you know those are GonNa compromise on database in a week. Seventy two hours you know generally speaking that's perceived as pretty good but in water. Have you got one hundred thousand people on your water system and you can't reach even one percent of them. You're suddenly facing situation with with sort of hospital visits and potential casualties and that's that's catastrophic so the consequences of these threats are really much more dire and as a result the ability to make changes in the operating of the plant again whether it's malicious or accidental is pretty severe. And you know you couple all that with what we know is going on with sort of foreign surveillance and reconnaissance looking for vulnerable industrial control systems and it becomes a fairly a fairly dramatic concerned. And I think this is why now we're seeing a sort of scrambling effect with The Water Infrastructure Act from twenty eighteen and some other sort of federal initiatives to try and bring focus to these security concerns. Epa's first round of assessments. Are All do this year. Remediation plans will start seeing later in the year. All of that is sort of preamble work But none of it in and of itself actually changes the degree of exposure. That a plant you know faces and and that's that's where Bayshore we feel is is really well positioned to offer some immediate help. The EPA report or assessment wasn't on my radar. What are they? What are they looking? At the the regulations stipulated that the water water services or community water systems with at least thirty three hundred customers Thirty two one as a specific number. But it's it's pretty small hat to do an initial assessment of their vulnerabilities. And so we've got a whole bunch of consultants now running around to all these water systems around the country and they are all you know finding broadly similar things which are that these networks don't have a lot of security controls in place and they are therefore quite vulnerable to unexpected things from unexpected sources causing problems. And you know there are there are of course a wide range of mitigation strategies but realistically you know. Typical water system. They don't how the human capital to to suddenly ramp up a really sophisticated operational network security capability charon. So the you know the the dichotomy is yes. You have lots of exposure abilities. But no you don't really have the staff or the budget to deal with it on the way that a a major international bank quarter a major national pharmaceutical company. And and yet the you know the as I said earlier though the potential consequences for The these threats being exploited are arguably far more severe.
Disney Plus reaches nearly 29 million subscribers in 3 months
"On the Disney plus streaming service reaching nearly twenty nine million paid subscribers in less than three months that is impressive for what Disney is positioned as its future as more people drop their cable subscriptions CEO Bob Iger telling CNBC more content is on the way of course it's content like the Mandalorian that drove those subscriptions by the way about fifty percent of our subscribers came direct from you know our own website a lot of that had to do with the fact they signed up early before was available for other services Verizon about twenty percent came through that that agreement that distribution which has been great for us and then the rest came from apple and roku and all the other services that are distributing the app so here flagship show the Mandalorian it which has been entirely released through a lot of attention but did you see turn after the show was over and you expect to have to invest a lot more original content to help dry even more people to the platform well we were actually heartened by the fact that after the original episodes of Mandalorian were all made available we really didn't see significant churn from that as I said earlier we continue to see subscriber growth from the end of the year December twenty eighth through yesterday will say more about that one of the things that we've noticed is quite interesting is about sixty five percent of the people that actually watch Mandalorian washing least ten or more other things on the service and so what we're seeing in terms of consumption is consumption really across the board for films valley films from our library but recently released films from being including a Latin and and lying king of course Toy Story just come on came on Avengers and game but we're also seeing a lot of interest and other original programs that we've created movies and series great interest in Disney Channel shows and then brought interest and just a lot of other things Pixar shorts and older Disney shorts and clearly those brands Disney and Pixar and Marvel and Star Wars and National Geographic a resonating which will as we said at the beginning gives us the ability to focus more on quality high quality branded content for the service and less on volume we will continue to add we've got a lot coming up Disney plus launching in November to compete with online video services like Netflix and and they just continue to rise and continue to add subscriptions E. heard Bob weir talk about the number of subscriptions coming from the website of course Verizon customers have a year of free Disney plus of course we're paying for it through our bills and talking about myself as well but it should be noted Bob Eiger they're talking about the new content Amanda Laurie in season two will come out next year when all of the subscriptions or at the free ones if you will are about to expire so there's a little bit of strategy on there and Disney for its part with all of this content and everything else can afford much more to keep its prices low then Netflix etcetera so that that's something to watch as
Chicago Weather: Cloudy Day, Chance For Snow On The Way
"Cloudy again what else is news Steve yep and maybe some flurries hide your thirty four today this we did some counting would be the ninety day without clouds in the Chicago about son in the Chicago area so nine days and counting overcast skies tonight low down to thirty with light snow possible cloudy skies tomorrow another chance of stone hide your thirty six weir thirty two right
Nancy Pelosi: No need for House to hold formal vote on impeachment at this time
"House Democrats are wrapping up their impeachment probe eighties it to Mike weir reports they decided against a formal vote of the inquiry of president trump house speaker Nancy Pelosi says there's no constitutional need for a vote on impeachment enquiring there's no requirement that we have a vote and so we at this time we will not be having a vote president trump and Republicans in Congress have been demanding such a vote trump calling the inquire re illegitimate refusing to cooperate without such a vote hello this is response this is not a game for us this is deadly serious New York Republican congressman lease elder this process is such a clown show and I say that because that's as politically correct as I could get the committees will here Thursday from the US ambassador to the European Union Gordan Sunland typical wire
Whistleblower id The Right Thing Coming's Forward About Trump Call To Ukrainian President
"Acting director of national intelligence Joseph McGuire says a whistleblower did the right thing and filing a complaint charging president trump with using the power of his office to solicit foreign interference in the twenty twenty election and peers Brian Naylor says Maguire's testifying before a house panel this hour the whistle blowers report was released minutes ahead of Maguire's appearance before the house intelligence committee the report says White House officials tried to lock down records of a phone call between trump and the president of Ukraine Democrats say under long McGuire should have immediately passed the whistleblowers complained to Congress but weir said he felt bound to first notified the justice department but he also defended the whistleblowers actions I think the whistle blower did the right thing I think you follow the law every step of the way Blair says he does not know the identity of the whistle blower Republican Devin newness accused Democrats of engaging in information warfare against the president Brian Naylor NPR news
Arabella Weir on feminism, friendship and teenagers
"I'm arabella where i am a writer and an actor. I would say comedy the actor comedian famous for doing the fall show and for coining the catchphrase does my bum look big in this which i used as a catchphrase for the character in the show and then i wrote a book called does my bomblet big miss the dive and insecure woman which was an international best-seller love. That's just not in the u._k. It's an international vessel and i also wrote a show spoof cookery show which i did with richard e grant could posh national which i'm very pleased with and i think older i started being in things like skins which is how you get recognized by teenagers drifters what with all the great support and do the notes and all the knobs yet will cokes and there were plenty of them in comedy in the mode of industries and i've written a lot of books and i'm a single mother of two. I suppose petty grown up kids. It's now nineteen and twenty one and i'm <hes> i'm i'm fresh on lovely mama get. I'm a go getting girl yeah. Well gal. How how why no. Let's let's do it. I'm glad you brought up the bigness things. I wasn't sure if it said to catch up or if you're sick comparing that now the street no no in the street. I don't get that same output people. If i get introduced people still do that and lots of people think it's still hilarious to go either by the way the answer is yes. <hes> just think what really goes on you go. Oh that's original anthony yeah. No i don't mind it was the thing that put me on the map and i'm very very grateful for my mom for doing that <hes> yeah. I don't resent that all but you'll see them when people in the street going oh and now yes
Olympic figure skater stabbed to death
"Horn is here curia Keelan to carry schilling in Washington Victoria's in New York Victoria? What's the big deal is in a New York state of? Mind that you're in or do you have. A global sense of what's going on. This is a bit of a global story the Olympic. Figure skating community is. Mourning the loss of Dennis ten who died after being stabbed he was twenty five he was. From Kazakhstan and he won a bronze medal in the. Two thousand fourteen Winter Olympics but he actually trained in California with the US. Team so a lot of the US team members were very close friends with him and he was allegedly stabbed during an argument with, two men who were, trying to steal the mirrors. Off his car in Almaty Kazakhstan and that's where he he was at, home visiting he was found unconscious on the street by. Passers-by they called an ambulance and he died a few hours later. From his injuries local police say. They're still investigating What happened they'll probably never be able to catch the two. In a statement the International Olympic. Committee president, said Dennis, ten was a great athlete and a great ambassador for his, sport a warm personality and. A charming man it's a tragic loss US Olympic skater Adam Ripon what tweeted his? Shock and sadness yesterday saying my skating Dennis ten passed away? Today he was so kind to everyone and. A huge inspiration to me and he. Said love you forever his Adam responds best friend and. Roommate marina Goss who. Who's the US women's team skater she said the news of Dennis tens murder hits especially hard. For me since I used to train with him it's. Hard to believe he's no longer with us and of course Johnny weir who. Is the US skater and commentator also shared his condolences and he was only twenty five he was also most recently in the peon, Chang Olympics but he, had a series of injuries. And so he was there rooting on the US team but he plays, twenty-seventh himself for Khazakstan but he won a silver medal. In two thousand thirteen and abroad In two thousand fourteen. Weird Steph why would you kill somebody, over something like that what what it's like to live in Kazakhstan Well you could do that that? Could? Happen? To in Chicago New York exactly The Argo specially violence what makes? People so violent why people. For what are you doing with car mirrors though I don't? Even, get that what's the resale and why wouldn't you just? Hijack, the car well why wouldn't you carjack instead of just wanting the. Meals That is weird Killing somebody. For, the grace well people have they've grown up in a world where there is no value in. That particular circumstance no life has no value is just so much pope and just here, in my way get out of my way if you're not going to get out, of the way I'm gonna shoot you Butch out. Of the way so, man with with. But strange Steph let's celebrate something that's a little more fun today is national lollipop day even saying that word is so. Much fun, lollipop everybody, say lollipop victorious, lollipop, lollipop, lollipop, Bob Bob, Bob Jennifer, say, pop, lolly Beaucaire CEO. Lollipop lollipop lollipop don't you like the way your tongue wraps around the l.? In, lollipop, lollipop, oh, LA, LA LA LA as. Much as you I really think you're. Into this more never heard someone so excited about law Ali pops lollipops. Pablo Alibaba LA I grew up with that song and lollipops I used to? Love, lollipops, used, to, get, them in the Bank. All the time now they're so concerned. Dissatisfying as far as I don't like There's there's a lot of stuff out there soccer I did like the blow pops. Though Yeah, cincy, pops are also. Zero pops oh man those are great After all. That right because you're just sucking ticky. Spinney and it's, just? Grow, so you need a little treated. Ends they. Pop lollipop Bose They had better. Flavor than. Somebody just those flat nasty ones so going, back to the moly days..
"weir" Discussed on College Info Geek
"Yeah weird is weir's good sometimes the only limitations that i would place on some of these are one you don't wanna say everything at once so if you're going to bring up something cool about yourself that you deal you should probably wait until there's a reason to have brought it up either somebody asked you an open question or that topic came up and then it was your turn to speak you let them finish their sentence neil like oh i like that too and now you can talk about it but an and i've done this before i used to do this where i'd run into a like an old friend and then i would tell them all the things going on there were just like you can't just do that i gotta i have no idea i can't keep track of all this this is too much information for me to process yeah let them know one cool thing at a time through the right context and that will be how your humble your humble be you let your skills go unnoticed and then you surprised him and you were like oh yeah totally do that i just didn't feel the need to tell you ever cool thing i did immediately yet and that's useful and there's also a nice mindset you can have about certain skills where you identify yourself more with the work or the studying or the process itself then the results and this kind of needs to go opposite if you're working on like a resume if you're talking about yourself and that sort of form you want a focus on the results but if you're talking to friends you wanna say oh i i study languages you don't want to say oh yeah i speak three languages and their super colon i travel all the time you you just all yeah this is what i do if you are interested in the results that that activity has brought me if you're like oh really what languages do you study oh will i speak a bit of this in this now you can go in but you you wanna start al identifying with the process itself.