35 Burst results for "Whitten"

"whitten" Discussed on The Blues Rock Show

The Blues Rock Show

03:29 min | Last month

"whitten" Discussed on The Blues Rock Show

"It's the blues rock. Show pete francis and willie whitten welcome to the blues rock show. Pete francis willey whitten. It's just us today. Willie no guests this week. You know what pete. Here's the deal. It can't always be sugar in gravy because you know those are the combo. Is you think about right. Sugar and gravy don't know i said that but honestly it's all change of pace. We've had so many great guests. We've had so much to talk about with them. I think it was time to maybe shift things up for all those who are listening. Guess what we got guests coming back next week but for today peter's just you and i what do you wanna talk about well. There is a lot to talk about willie. And there's a lot been going on in the world of blues rock lately. Let's talk about eric clapton. Because he's been in the news quite a bit over the past year and a lot of it is for controversial reasons. He just released a new single. This has got to stop. What are your thoughts on his new single. Willie i think you know the word threw out. There is very apt. it is controversial. I think he is doing that on purpose. I know that it's going to irk some people. He's taking a stance on some things. He's talking a little bit about mask. Mandates sheltering in place. Vaccinations this that. He sort of deals with them obliquely. He doesn't mention them. Specifically pete. my real opinion is is that i think he's a guy who's always been pretty outspoken. He's taken plenty of stances that a lot of people haven't liked.

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"whitten" Discussed on School of Podcasting

School of Podcasting

01:50 min | Last month

"whitten" Discussed on School of Podcasting

"Let's find an online course guru and that's what melissa is but also she can help you start a podcast implant podcast and how to edit and how to get and things like that. She is the head of whitten wire after working at teachable. She started her own company. And she's still involved you here on everything teachable. That's the teachable podcast. She's also involved in a podcast called book smart which is about a personal development books. But you can check her out at whit and podcast where she interviews other successful podcasters. But i thought it was so cool that she said look. I did my best not to promote my stuff. And that is so not the typical. Can we put up. Air quotes marketer. And you know why because melissa's actually pretty cool in fact she's really cool. I've had a additional conversations with their sense. We did this interview. And i'm really glad to know where she is. A wealth of knowledge. So the last thing. I need to mention here is in my last episode. I i kinda said look. I give you permission to do podcasting for fun. You don't have to make money with your podcast. This particular episode is all about monetization. It's about selling an online course and you might say well i don't want to do an online course. I might do an e book or things like that. We'll get into books a little later here too. But there's a great tips in here on how to set your pricing. How to figure out am i. Is it time to really monetize things here in that. So there's even if you plan on never launching a course. There's still some tidbits in here. That i believe you're gonna go. Oh that's something. I didn't think about especially when we talk about how many people are actually going to sign up for your course. Now if you're the person that doesn't want to monetize your show at all here's your hall pass. You're allowed to skip this.

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"whitten" Discussed on Developer Tea

Developer Tea

03:29 min | 2 months ago

"whitten" Discussed on Developer Tea

"Through the lens of story then the stories that we tell ourselves in many ways make up the some of our experience how we react to those stories and the especially the recurring stories. We tell ourselves. I am gonna call these macura stories for the sake of this podcast and really going with this framework of narrative and story as a lens through which we see the world a way that you can imagine this affecting. You is by recognizing. Let's say a strength of yours or a fault of yours something that you're weakening kind of weak at and try to remember a few experiences where you knew that that was the strength and the stories that you tell yourself about. Those experiences are reinforcing something. They're reinforcing a belief they're reinforcing Maybe a perspective rain. It's a kind of a belief about the world or the people around you. Maybe they're reinforcing a bias that you have But if you think about the things that are recurring. Which is why i say. Think about a strength because you're likely to have experienced multiple times if you're identifying as a strength think about the stories that are happening to you over and over. Another version of this concept is personality traits personality traits are somewhat static and so i went to avoid those When we're talking about how we view the world in an active way but if you imagine that your role in life is To be a smart developer for example. Well then your story about how you're living your life out. I if you were to experience a failure you are kind of Failing in your storyline in other words the character that you've laid out for yourself the role that you're playing for yourself You're not leaving up to that character. You've set out these expectations of being the smart developer and possibly in your story a smart developer. Whitten fail at these things if however you were to alter that story if you were to understand that you're telling yourself this narrative which is why we're talking about it by the way and instead of telling yourself narrative the you are smart developer. You adjust some of the terminology. You just kind of the The identity language in this in this narrative that you are a smart developer who is also persistent and tolerant of failure. Now when you kind of experienced that failure in the moment it doesn't jar against your story this might seem like a nuance but the way that we see ourselves the way that we narrative we understand our situation in life.

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"whitten" Discussed on Tiny Spark

Tiny Spark

02:27 min | 3 months ago

"whitten" Discussed on Tiny Spark

"I wanna talk to you for a moment about the strength and power of women and to gray Before this war came. Talk to me about what you recall about their strength about their power the woman in to die they are my inspiration they are the most strong and internally powerful women that i have ever met and you know they might be disadvantaged in so many ways which our society but they never lacked the power to stem side by side with the men in our society in rebuilding our country in holding down everything that they need to hold on to be able to rebuild our country the hard work and the commitment they put in to create a better country for the next generation. And the still today despite all the pain and suffering that they are going through in this war and you know you could call home and you talk to the aunties and families and i also talked to other women that are not related to me but you know are facing other issues still you can see that determination that strength that whitten then and you know they will be there and trying to comfort us. That are here why they are facing. You know what they are facing there they always feel like someone also worse off another will come in in a report and the other one will say she is worse off one woman said you know. At least they had worked condo when they raped me. So i'm better than the other ones. You please help other woman before me. So this other woman tonight and straighten the determination and commitment to their families to their country and everything that you know taking responsibility. Not only you know for their husbands but taking responsibility in giving sacrificing their lives even for their country. And this is how. I would describe the woman today. I'm very humble very humble their.

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"whitten" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

07:58 min | 4 months ago

"whitten" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

"As opposed to write about so Those things are critical. Another key fact and cocker the morning. Light exposure and also bright light exposure route day. This is really getting off to be aware of. But the differential between the total amount of bright lights and the intensity of the bright light exposure that you get throughout the day versus the exposure that you're getting at night in the hours before bed is a signal to your circadian ought to wednesday wednesday night and getting lots and lots of bright light exposure and high intensity outdoor light particular Drought today as much as possible. Actually there's there's research other pan showing that it decreases sensitivity of the districting brain being to to suppress melatonin from artificial lights. Those are in our so in other words The more bright light during the day. The less likely you are to have melatonins prussian from light in the evenings before And you think about what most people are doing. Most people are in indoor environments throughout the day in typically relatively dim in your hair to then intensity of outdoor like two hundred thousand fold greater and And then at night in the thing they're still an indoor environments with led your wrestling bulbs at with computer and sunlight and be like glaring their face. And there's almost no differential between the amount the like they're getting during the day and like they're getting so how can you expect sir heating lock in your brain. That is knows the difference between day and night. Based on light signals to to know how to regulate hormones neurotransmitters might on-drove you have to give it that differential of day and night for its work so that basser shading block that circadian system is vital for energy regulations regulating many different in many different neurotransmitters dopamine serotonin something called rats in which regulates wakefulness and it's simultaneously affecting many different hormone support assaults stocks. Joan siren these things. Follow a dire curve that are impacted heavily by the health of our circadian rhythm and a lot of people think about four moans neurotransmitters as distinct things that are separate from nutrition stop intimately entered flying. Fish i stop so people think. Oh you order. sol's off. What do i need to order sol. Any to take some or to solve specific supplements or so testosterone specific something. Well no you need to the systems in your body that regulates the curves of of those hormones and those neurotransmitters first and foremost before trying anything beyond that foundation before you do especially stuff so yeah the foundation israeli getting that circadian rhythm back in balance so that optimizing your circadian rhythm by optimizing the light inputs in andom with insistence sleep ways In tandem with getting rid of your alarm thought and making sure that you're going to bed early enough that you can wake time without alarm Just things itself you just implemented those who took nothing else away from his you just those things alone with literally. Add years to your life. Dramatically decreased risk cancer and heart disease and neurological disease and chronic fatigue I'm very very sensitive to light so when the lights starts coming in like this time of year in summer like i love it. 'cause i naturally wake up early. It's really easy for me. I have tons of energy in the morning. I'm super light sensitive. Even though i were an. I'm ask and have all the blinds close just a little bit of light in the room i wake up. I've got energy. I feel a lot of wakefulness. In if i have a lot of light on at night i do not sleep while i see big changes in heart rate variability deep sleep. Rem so we damn all the lights blue light blocking glasses. I'm very very light sensitive with it. And by controlling that really makes a big impact on my daily energy. So everything you're saying right on for my own personal experience and what i've noticed one one hundred percent and actually the mark of having a strong circadian rhythm is that sensitivity to light it in people who have crappy circadian rhythm lose that hyper sensitivity to light signals. So that's a really good sign what you said. And yuck it not only makes a big difference to energy but to brain function and productivity and longevity this is a huge factor in longevity but when it comes to energy it's critical to understand that energy and sleep in circadian rhythm are two sides of the same coin. And you can't have one without the other and this is to the to the degree that i literally think for. Circadian rhythm habits are the the number one most common cause of of fatigue issues of low energy issues is will simply have artists suffering. The consequences of chronically disrupted circadian rhythm in sleeper team. Yeah that makes sense and we think about deep sleep not only. Are we getting the melatonin like you were talking about really protecting helping regenerate the of contra but also you have activation of the glimp- fatty system. You wanna talk about that for a minute. Yeah so you know. Kind of like the mitochondria. Every night are are regenerating themselves. And there's a process called mytalk g that's the equivalent of autophagy that is actually a cleaning out of junk It's a breaking down of damage than dysfunctional cell hearts and of mitochondrial parts and rebuilding of new healthy might contra and that that process of destruction and rebuilding regeneration happens at night the same kind of thing in the brain. I mean the same thing actually does happen in the rain incentive autophagy and might off tv which critical to have enough hours of deep regenerative sleep and to have melatonin president and the right hormonal rhythm presence and all of those things are pendant on implementing those strategies. I was just talking about but the brain also has this other way of cleaning itself out so for longtime it was thought that the brain had no lymphatic system and just a few years ago was discovered. Oh actually it turns out. The brain does have a lymphatic system. It's just shropshire a bit differently than it is throughout the rest of the body Because it happens primarily result of gleeful cells in the brain. They turned it. This glymph But essentially what. It is is Brainwashing not in the sense of the way. We typically use that term of being indoctrinated with bad information but in the in the sense of washing your brain of cleaning it and getting rid of all the accumulated a cellular waste fronts. All the accumulated toxins. As one example. The brain literally accumulates tau proteins. Ta u. n. beta amyloid proteins. Beta amyloid proteins. That accumulates to agree in in the context of alzheimer's disease and other neurological diseases. But a lot of people don't know is we have those in our brain..

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"whitten" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

08:01 min | 4 months ago

"whitten" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

"On overall medal contra. Well i don't know that someone can draw a links specifically with like from decrease bagel tone direct to my contract by those things increase in activation decrease on in tandem with other issues that are going on in the context of psychological stress. So for example you also have maybe elevated cortisol you have elevated epinephrine. There's other changes in in various hormones that are taking place and there's probably a of other signaling pathways as well Because if you think about it. The i just described that field Biology or they. They've done experiments where for example. A one interesting study is they put people in a situation of public speaking and you know. Most people have fear of public speaking there more fear of public speaking than than you're buying right and In this particular experiment was really interesting. They had people not only public speed but they they fabricated all of these accusations against the person and they had a number of other people kind of spouting off all these accusations personal attacks on the person and then the person on stage had to defend themselves against all of these false accusations and so you kinda doubles dress speaking bus all these false accusation the defend yourself against and they literally showed The presence of mitochondrial dna floating around in the bloodstream Within a matter of minutes in response to that if you think about most hormones take between usually hours. Today's two weeks to really have a significant fact. So there's other signaling cascades on a much much faster time. Scale neurological other molecules floating around in bloodstream. But just to tie a couple points in mighty conrail. Dna should the inside of your cells inside of your Not floating around in your bloodstream. Yeah i was gonna say. Does that mean that. They're breaking down being excreted by the cells. Yes and part of dr robert malvo's were with cell danger. Response is actually you talks about something called pure energy signaling and it is the presence of adp adp molecules which are like might have control dna most of the inside of the cell. Yeah residents of those things in the bloodstream. Okay and what happens when those molecules enter the bloodstream is that is sign that the body is under stress under attack by something and it turns out we have receptors throughout the body that attacked the presence of those energy molecules floating around in blood and might conrail dna floating around in the blood and that is actually signal to the rest of the cells throughout the body that is under attack that this is how for example. If an infection here it can trigger a cascade drag your whole body. That causes stemming response of sell dangerous bonds and decreasing energy levels through the whole the whole body so those molecules from the might of contra are be inside itself not floating around the blood and they they are actually a essentially a danger signaling molly so that happens within seconds or minutes of being exposed to psychological stress. And is you know so. You asked about sympathetic. Activation inveigle nerve tone is are those the mediating factors while they go along with it and they certainly cause other problems. Chronic sin sympathetic actively vega tone caused all kinds of other issues but one of the more the most fundamental the first things that happen in response to psychological stress is not necessarily chronic for bagel toner chronic sympathetic over activation is almost in almost immediate might've conrail shutdown and signaling robbed the body of those dangerous signals from inside of the cell right so that's the immediate effects and then over time you have this vicious cycle napkin develop the poor bagel tone which i mean the biggest nerve. Also there's meadow qendra obviously within the nerves. So they're breaking down they're not gonna be able to be activated effectively and and so that can cause you know just again. Pouring into this vicious cycle causing worsening worsening issues. I just want to interrupt this podcast and take a moment and tell you about the importance of electrolytes. We all need electrolytes. In order to produce energy in order for our nervous system to function well on a daily basis and most people are just not getting enough electrolytes especially when they start on a low carb heat jenex style diet or if they're doing intermittent fasting and this is because when you go on a low carb diet or if you're practicing fasting you get a big drop and insulin and insulin job is to actually cause you to retain sodium and other electrolytes and so you actually start urinating them out so when you're on a low carb diet you're burning fat for fuel but you need more electrolytes. In fact there's a condition called the kito flu and this is where people feel really bad when they start on a low carb kito style diet or if they start doing intermittent fasting and they don't have the electrolytes support them. This is why. I'm a huge fan of elements l. m. n. t. s. the name of the company and they contain a science backed electrolyte ratio. 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"whitten" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

07:59 min | 4 months ago

"whitten" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

"Year of doing nothing but this project i found Fifty seven or fifty nine studies that had tested that another twenty or so systematic reviews other researchers have compiled all literature on wednesday clinical burnout or vital or stress related exhaustion disorders chronic fatigue syndrome and cortisol specifically and I compile all them. There was so much conflicting research. That i basically just said. You know what. I'm trying to make sense of this and there's no consistency in these research findings. So i'm just gonna lay out all of the evidence every single study that's ever been done on this topic and just see what it all says. And so i literally did that and i published that online For anybody who wants to read it including screenshots of your actual cortisol graphs between the two groups and the gist of it. Is this see if i can pull up the actual numbers here. Have i wanna make sure i get the actual numbers totally correct because when you think about the term adrenal fatigue you would think the adrenals not putting out enough stress hormone like enough cortisol side. Yeah there would be that you have low chronically low cortisol right yes so. I took that for granted. Let's say basically. The gist of adrenal fatigue is with chronic stress. Or let me step back. Stress causes the body to create stress. Hormone cortisol being a primary one of those with chronic stress. The idea is that chronic stress would eventually just kind of tax tax tax in eventually. Wear out the adrenals service and deplete the supplies of cortisol and or just tax the dreamland glands so they can't produce enough cortisol and therefore you end up with enough chronic extreme stress. You'd eventually end up a low cortisol levels. So they're various people in various models of adrenal fatigue. Three phases five eight eight phases. The short the short of it is none of that has any research to support it. It's all just made up stuff that people have made up these distinct phases the research. Absolutely unequivocally does not support it and The there was fifty nine studies in total that i found that did that kind of of research. Fifteen of those fifty nine gave evidence for slightly lower morning cortisol levels in people with stress related exhaustion. Eleven of the studies gave evidence of the exact opposite finding And then thirty. Three of them found zero detectable difference in cortisol levels or hp access function between the groups that had full blown burnout syndrome or stress related exhaustion disorder or chronic fatigue syndrome. I is normal healthy people without any of those symptoms so in other words the vast majority of the research found no link whatsoever between cortisol those symptoms. So the gist of this. I can talk to you for five hours about all the details this research and all the nuances of it. But the very short summary of it is that there is no compelling scientific argument for adrenal function or hvac access function or cortisol levels being the primary cause or mediator of these symptoms that are associated with stress related exhaustion fatigue. So if i can. If i can rephrase that adrenal fatigue is a myth and the idea that the primary cause of fatigue and low energy levels is adrenal function and cortisol levels is a that is not supported by the evidence right. And so and and what's the role of neuronal inflammation because we talked about the hypothermic up to terry trail access and is there for some individuals they may have local saw other individuals may have high cortisol in like you said there's no compelling research saying everybody that suffers with these issues deals with either one of them you could have normal cortisol levels but is there a link with inflammation just basically inflammation impacting the hypothalamus to return glands and how that could play a role with fatigue that somebody may be dealing with. There is some research on that especially in chronic fatigue syndrome. There's been some Smari's scans that have an various measurements of biomarkers and brain and so on that have found elevated levels of sign of times and elevated levels of inflammation in certain areas of the brain so that has absolutely been associated with chronic fatigue syndrome in particular. I don't believe it's been studied at all in the context of other conditions like stress related exhaustion or burnout syndrome. But it has been studied in that context in there is a link so at least some subset of people have neuro inflammation and And there's compelling reasons why that can play a role in In causing fatigue symptoms inflammation itself is a trigger of mitochondrial shutout might andrea art our energy generators in in ourselves and elevated levels of inflammatory cytokines literally as a trigger for my andrea to turn down energy production so anytime there is a presence of high levels of inflammation. In general. you're going to see a A trend for lower levels marriage make sense and so that really parlays into the next topic. There is mine conroe health. You mentioned how might oh contrary. I mean just summarize for the audience. They're they're these these organisms that that are within the cell and we have thousands of them and you may know the exact number i believe brain cells have like ten thousand might have contract per cell heart. I believe is five thousand your normal muscle cells like one thousand might have contra pursell. Correct me if i'm wrong. That's just what i've heard. I think there's a little bit of rain. But i think yeah jess moran that that range in so basically you know these are what produce energy within every single sally. You're only going to be as healthy as your mitochondria. And you know this idea of neural teague like we just talked about or neuronal inflammation if you got ten thousand metal contract per cell in your neurons than that. Inflammation impacting them. Obviously you're now going to start to have have a fax is one of those. So what are things that you talked about. Inflammation brings down contra function murder. Are there things that bring down by the contract function that could be contributors to fatigue. Yeah let's let's go back for a minute explains basics of might akande when most people talk about my contract. They like to go immediately into like bio chemistry bio energetic side. They on transfer and co q. Ten does this. And you know cited chrome c. n. n. complex one complex to in conflicts. Three in all these kinds of things than what happens with the krebs cycle and all these kinds of things. There's something that's lost when its its talked about through that lens which is something very fundamental in one of the biggest discoveries. I think health science in the last fifty years. Which is the work of dr robert navio and has written a seminal paper on what he termed the cell danger response and the cell danger. Response fundamentally has reconceptualized mytalk andrea. So might've contra used to be thought like when we were in high school and college biology courses. it was always taught. Might have country are the powerhouse of the cell. there are energy generators and like they're taught if they're talked about from this perspective like all.

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"whitten" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

07:22 min | 4 months ago

"whitten" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

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Just go to paleo valley dot com forward slash dr shockers and use the coupon code jockeys to save fifteen percents off your order today. Guys are gonna love this. So try it out today to paleo valley dot com forward slash. Dr dockers use the coupon code shockers at checkout save fifteen percents off your order at guys will welcome to the podcast really excited about today's topic. We're gonna talk about adrenal fatigue. We're gonna talk about maya contrel dysfunction. We hear this term adrenal fatigue all the time in the natural health world. Does it really exist. is a really scientific evidence for it. We're to talk about the metal contra. You guys like hearing about meadow country. I i talk a lot about it. We're renegade. do a deep dive on that. We're gonna talk about sleep optimization as well and red light therapy so let a really good topics and we got ari whitten on here. He is the owner of the energy. Blueprint he could check out his website. The energy blueprint dot dotcoms expert. When it comes to the teague an energy and he has a great podcast. Energy blueprint podcasts. And he's a best selling author of the ultimate guide. Red light therapy and forever fat loss. And he's coming to us from costa rica where he's surfing out there and spend time with his family. Ra welcome to the podcast and so much for having me to pleasure beyond absolutely well. I know you've done a lot of work. In area of energy fatigue and an adrenal fatigue in particular which is really hot topic that in the natural health world people talk about and have been talking about now for many years i originally got into natural health about twenty years ago and You know it was diagnosed with adrenal fatigue. Just like probably everybody at some point And did things that i thought were supporting. My my adrenals an improved my health right. I did get better. I improve my health but you know more research is coming out really looking at this idea of fatigue and does it really exist. And i know you've done a lot of work in this area so let's start with that. What are your thoughts on that idea of adrenal fatigue. It's a big topic okay. So we're gonna we're gonna jump right in so i've done pretty much. What what i believe is the most extensive analysis of the literature on this topic as done by anyone at any point And the primary reason that. I did this ironically as i was actually trying to prove that adrenal fatigue was real. I was annoyed with conventional medicine view on adrenal fatigue bit. It was just sort of pseudoscience and that didn't didn't have any evidence to support. It wasn't a real condition. And an i set out with the intention that i was gonna prove that this was real thing because i've been in the natural health realm alternative medicine realm Since i was a little kid. I've been studying nutrition and exercise physiology since maybe thirteen years old so i grew up in all my mentors and all the people that i admired and read their books. They were all saying this. Adrenal fatigue. That so i spent probably the first fifteen years of studying this stuff. Also being convinced adrenal fatigue is totally real. I set out with the intention to prove it and and then i started encountering all these these studies well first of all. I will say if you go on google scholar pubmed and try to find anything on adrenal fatigue. Almost nothing comes up so that was my first few that something was odd here. Because you have all these people talking about adrenal fatigue. Thousands of articles online books being written about a million videos on youtube. all these people talking about adrenal fatigue. But when you go on pubmed and you look up any medical condition. Even something super obscures random autoimmune disease that afflicts point zero zero zero one percent of the population you can find dozens or hundreds or thousands of articles on it. But if you type in adrenal fatigue you almost nothing. Yeah and until. I was like okay. That's odd and then. I figured out that there was actually researched there but it required digging into all kinds of other terms. So if you if you would put in stress in cortisol burn out. Syndrome is one of the things that is a defining syndrome or clinical burnout. It's also called there's another syndrome called vital exhaustion. there's chronic fatigue syndrome there's fibromyalgia there's stress related exhaustion disorder. So i started stumbling across all of these terms that if you if you did input them than you can find stuff and you can find specifically studies that had measured those various times of stress related fatigue and cortisol in hp axis dysfunction. That's hypothetic the to interior adrenal axis dysfunction for people listening and and i was like okay. Awesome i finally found the research that will prove that this is a real thing and as they started digging into that research i would find a study here to say one thing and then the next study i'd look out with save the opposite and then the next day i would find no effect whatsoever and the gist of those studies. Were essentially.

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Mitochondrial Optimization, Circadian Rhythm, Light and Melatonin With Ari Whitten

Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

02:07 min | 4 months ago

Mitochondrial Optimization, Circadian Rhythm, Light and Melatonin With Ari Whitten

"At guys will welcome to the podcast really excited about today's topic. We're gonna talk about adrenal fatigue. We're gonna talk about maya contrel dysfunction. We hear this term adrenal fatigue all the time in the natural health world. Does it really exist. is a really scientific evidence for it. We're to talk about the metal contra. You guys like hearing about meadow country. I i talk a lot about it. We're renegade. do a deep dive on that. We're gonna talk about sleep optimization as well and red light therapy so let a really good topics and we got ari whitten on here. He is the owner of the energy. Blueprint he could check out his website. The energy blueprint dot dotcoms expert. When it comes to the teague an energy and he has a great podcast. Energy blueprint podcasts. And he's a best selling author of the ultimate guide. Red light therapy and forever fat loss. And he's coming to us from costa rica where he's surfing out there and spend time with his family. Ra welcome to the podcast and so much for having me to pleasure beyond absolutely well. I know you've done a lot of work. In area of energy fatigue and an adrenal fatigue in particular which is really hot topic that in the natural health world people talk about and have been talking about now for many years i originally got into natural health about twenty years ago and You know it was diagnosed with adrenal fatigue. Just like probably everybody at some point And did things that i thought were supporting. My my adrenals an improved my health right. I did get better. I improve my health but you know more research is coming out really looking at this idea of fatigue and does it really exist. And i know you've done a lot of work in this area so let's start with that. What are your thoughts on that idea of adrenal fatigue. It's a big topic okay. So we're gonna we're gonna jump right in so i've done pretty much. What what i believe is the most extensive analysis of the literature on this topic as done by anyone at any point And the primary reason that. I did this ironically as i was actually trying to prove that adrenal fatigue was real.

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Amazon loses its head of Fire TV, Kindle and Luna to Unity

Kinda Funny Games Daily

00:43 sec | 8 months ago

Amazon loses its head of Fire TV, Kindle and Luna to Unity

"The boss of amazon luna has bounced from amazon This is tom warren. At the verge amazon's head of fire tv kindle and it's new cloud gaming service to part of the company this month mark witton has joined unity as an executive on the company's unity create business. Unity is a cross platform game engine that many developers use to get their games running across multiple devices. Whitten's departure spotted by matthew ball on. Twitter comes less than six months. After amazon launched an early access version of luna the company's new cloud gaming service. It also comes during the same month. Google announced its shutting down. Its in house game development studios for stadia. That's left the writing on the wall for stadium as it increasingly. Looks like google will focus on licensing the underlying tech. It is built out to industry

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'Black grief and white grievance' at New Yorks New Museum

The Art Newspaper Weekly

04:06 min | 8 months ago

'Black grief and white grievance' at New Yorks New Museum

"Now. The new museum in new york this week open grief and grievance art and morning in america and exhibition originally conceived for the museum by the hugely influential curator of queen ways or before. He died in two thousand nine hundred nineteen grief and grievance features thirty seven artists to address the theme of morning commemoration and loss in response to the racist violence experienced by african american communities the title the museum says refers to quote the intertwined phenomena of black grief and a politically orchestrated white grievance against each structures and defines contemporary american social and political life. Curatorial advisory group has worked together to realize an interpreter. Basil's vision maximiliano gio knee of the new museum. The artist glenn ligon in ways. As regular curatorial collaborator mark. Nash and owe me beckwith scenic creator of the museum of contemporary art in chicago. He's just been appointed chief curator of the guggenheim museum in new york editor in the americas. Helen stolis spoke to beckwith about the exhibition. I wondered what's it been like bringing the show to its final stages making sure that oakley's incredible vision has been realized. What was your thinking through the process to make sure you've got this kind of final end stage oak. We have a brial mind. There were always so many things that he was thinking about and working on and he can have an idea a decade ago that manifests itself into a show much much later and so his ability to kind of hold and juggle things Intellectually and mentally that then get realized later was uncanny honestly the more that i read essays of his from about ten years ago i realized the core of some of this thinking was already there especially the core of ideas in grief ingredient. So all that is to say that this actually is unlikely to be. Oh quiz show believe it or not. They'll be more coming more things to watch and see. The man's ambitions were amazing and so lars they will extend extend far past life But in terms of grief and grievance started as a lecture series for harvard and oh a curator. He thinks through art a curious interesting. That i'm still speaking about him in present tense and so he thinks through ours and he started then to take. These ideas That he'd been mulling over these ideas around. What really are the kind of core conditions of american race relations. Where did they begin. What catalyzed them and what are the ramifications of that core This sense of black loss and a sense of white grievance let really in his mind got catalyzed around the civil war. What are those ramifications for the american polity right now our process as curatorial advisors which is what we've been calling ourselves has really been about trying to round out oh quiz vision where it was necessary. Okay already had a rather. Set schematic for the show. He had core objects that he was interested. In working with a painting of awesome blogs painting by daniel johnson another awesome. Blah's painting by jack whitten and a painting regime michel basquiat. He was really interested in these three objects as the ways to anchor away of of both thinking through reactions to Black and justice but also aesthetic forms that moved between abstraction and figuration between forms that are legible and gestures that deal. Mostly i think with the monochromatic. So these being the kind of catalyzing ideas for the show. were great signposts for us so then began to work with those themes and ideas for the rest of the checklist.

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The Great Commission with Tyler St. Clair

The Bible Says What!?

05:27 min | 11 months ago

The Great Commission with Tyler St. Clair

"Special guest is the lead pastor at the cornerstone church in detroit. Scho- tyler sinclair. Hey how you guys doing. Glad to have yawn man. Thanks for taking time out of your busy schedule in having the conversation appreciate it. My pleasure. Mock leisure well today. We decided to discuss the great commission. But i like to get to know a little bit more about you. Tell us a little bit about your scherf. I'm gonna give you the long and short of my journey. Yeah i'm born born and raised in detroit michigan. I grew up Grew up at a situation that we It's pretty common Single parents and the In the city and struggled and ran the streets and the very similar story a lot of people That are ministry six to reach In the city of detroit but I born and raised in church. But i decided at the age of eighteen and my infinite wisdom that i was done with god. Donald church didn't want when have anything to do with this Beings that i thought was irrelevant in my life and Yeah whitten On my birthday when got got got a tattoo and decided that I'm done One one year later one year later. I'm asking jesus To say before for my fans and surrender my life to the lord. Jesus so what. A difference. A year year makes so they age of nineteen. I surrendered to christ and What what struck me was My church experience was Church with the destination church. Which is the place that people came. I thought it was just a social thing. I thought it was just something that people came and did and got their religious goods and services and when i began to read scripture sure I saw that there was. There should be an urgency behind the church that there should be a zeal and the desire to see people come to know and follow jesus and to see people From the wrath. Adjustment of god. So i think i for this is this is different. What i'm when i'm reading a scripture is different from what i'm seeing and what i'm experiencing and So i i got saved In september of two thousand and one in december just a few months. Later i was telling my pastor that i feel called to ministry they nineteen years old and everyone thought i was insane And i felt insane. But i knew that This burden at the lower had put on my heart with something. I couldn't took away until i got older Like i experienced Life transformation through the gospel. Jesus and i wanted that for everyone that i came in contact with since since nineteen. I have been Like old thanks for say running for jesus and it's been a wild ride and i've just seen so much of the lord's grace In the last twenty something years of kind of know about this tattoo was it. Like i'm done with you. Got a tattoo like it was it was it was. It was just my my my Rebellion me sticking my flag in the ground. I i gotta i gotta t and then. After i became a christian. I change the ten talk cross. Of course so how convenience. It was just This was hey I'm outwardly a rebellion. I'm choosing a life without you And that was a sign of that but Thank god his grace. He's gracious in carnegie and he caught me to himself and save me from myself so college. The tuesday curious the great commission. Let's let's start that matthew twenty eight we've got the great commission eighteen through twenty Mark fifteen sixteen says the same thing. the message basically is go out and preach my work Why do you think it is that you're the one that's supposed to do this. So i love the great commission. And it's been a passes that i've referred to when and and and and basically human oriented my life around this great commission and the part that i think we often overlook is The beginning part. Before right before get right. Before jesus gives the great commission inverse eighteen Verse eighteen matthew twenty aching and jesus Came and said to them. All authority in heaven and earth has been given to me so jesus is making. That's a very big weighty statement. All of the all authority in the entire universe has been given to me

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"whitten" Discussed on Circle Round

Circle Round

04:29 min | 1 year ago

"whitten" Discussed on Circle Round

"Once upon a time there was an armourer named martin. Martin spent his days working with metal using it to create glistening swords sparkling shields and full suits of yes glittering armor and everyone agreed that of all the arms in the city. Martin was the greatest. Oh you should see. The sword mar made for me last week. It schumer's like moonlight on the water. Well you should see the shield he made for me. It glistened like the stars. I don't doubt it. The suit of armor he made for me is so shining so bright. It's reflects i chimera. Martin lived with his children natalia. And conrad in a tiny house at the edge of town. Martin's shop was in the basement talia and conrad loved traipsing down the steps to watch their father work i. He retired on his thick leather apron. Then he would heat up his medal into glow to fiery yellowish orange and grew soft and bendable after that he would use a heavy iron hammer to forge the metal into all different shapes. Then you would let the metal cool and he polished rubbing and scrubbing until indeed. It reflected like a mirror one summer morning. Martin told natalia conrad that he would be gone for the day on business. Listen you to. I need to deliver a full suit of armor to a customer who lives far off in the countryside. He turned to natalia natalia. You're the oldest. So i want you to look after your little brother. While i'm gone of course father i'd be happy to conrad rolled his eyes. Oh come on father. I don't need my older sister to babysit. I'm a big kid now. I know you're a big kid. Conrad and getting bigger every day. But for now you'll do. Your sister says hokey dokie. I have a long trip ahead of me. Need to skedaddle. Have fun today. My dears martin kissed his children goodbye and out the door as he disappeared down the street. Natalia turned to conrad with twinkling eyes. I have an idea little brother. The circus is in town. They're performing in the market square right in the middle of the city. Would you like to see it. Conrad's face broke into a grin. You bet i liked to see the circus. Let's go when natalia and conrad reached the market square. They were greeted by all sorts of enchanting sites. Agile walkers tiptoeing towering tightropes graceful acrobats swinging from flying trapezes plus nimble-fingered jugglers funny face clowns and hearted riders standing breath and tall on the backs of gleaming galloping horses during a break in the show. Natalia and conrad wandered around the square and saw vendors selling all sorts of goodies toys. Books candies but then. Hey natalia something else caught conrad's look over there. Look conrad pointed toward a jagged heap of stones in a shadowy narrow alley off the square. There's the old stone building to one worthy. Say the bacilus cliffs. Natalia felt her blood run. Cold everyone in town knew the legend of the basilisk. It was said that the bacilus kept the body of a dragon. The head of a rooster tail of a serpent down in the dink dark cellar of the old stone building. The bacilus stood guard over a magnificent treasure and if you stared into the bacilus glowing red eyes you would immediately turn to stone so sister conrad's mouth lifted into a mischievous smile. Are you thinking what i'm thinking. Natalia's is grew wide. Wait a minute brother. Your not thinking of actually going in there are you. What about the bassil. Ihsc bacilus sh- massa lisk don't be such a 'fraidy cat sys like dads said. I'm a big kid now. And i'm going to prove it

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The Basilisks Stare feat. Nabiyah Be & Evan Whitten

Circle Round

04:29 min | 1 year ago

The Basilisks Stare feat. Nabiyah Be & Evan Whitten

"Once upon a time there was an armourer named martin. Martin spent his days working with metal using it to create glistening swords sparkling shields and full suits of yes glittering armor and everyone agreed that of all the arms in the city. Martin was the greatest. Oh you should see. The sword mar made for me last week. It schumer's like moonlight on the water. Well you should see the shield he made for me. It glistened like the stars. I don't doubt it. The suit of armor he made for me is so shining so bright. It's reflects i chimera. Martin lived with his children natalia. And conrad in a tiny house at the edge of town. Martin's shop was in the basement talia and conrad loved traipsing down the steps to watch their father work i. He retired on his thick leather apron. Then he would heat up his medal into glow to fiery yellowish orange and grew soft and bendable after that he would use a heavy iron hammer to forge the metal into all different shapes. Then you would let the metal cool and he polished rubbing and scrubbing until indeed. It reflected like a mirror one summer morning. Martin told natalia conrad that he would be gone for the day on business. Listen you to. I need to deliver a full suit of armor to a customer who lives far off in the countryside. He turned to natalia natalia. You're the oldest. So i want you to look after your little brother. While i'm gone of course father i'd be happy to conrad rolled his eyes. Oh come on father. I don't need my older sister to babysit. I'm a big kid now. I know you're a big kid. Conrad and getting bigger every day. But for now you'll do. Your sister says hokey dokie. I have a long trip ahead of me. Need to skedaddle. Have fun today. My dears martin kissed his children goodbye and out the door as he disappeared down the street. Natalia turned to conrad with twinkling eyes. I have an idea little brother. The circus is in town. They're performing in the market square right in the middle of the city. Would you like to see it. Conrad's face broke into a grin. You bet i liked to see the circus. Let's go when natalia and conrad reached the market square. They were greeted by all sorts of enchanting sites. Agile walkers tiptoeing towering tightropes graceful acrobats swinging from flying trapezes plus nimble-fingered jugglers funny face clowns and hearted riders standing breath and tall on the backs of gleaming galloping horses during a break in the show. Natalia and conrad wandered around the square and saw vendors selling all sorts of goodies toys. Books candies but then. Hey natalia something else caught conrad's look over there. Look conrad pointed toward a jagged heap of stones in a shadowy narrow alley off the square. There's the old stone building to one worthy. Say the bacilus cliffs. Natalia felt her blood run. Cold everyone in town knew the legend of the basilisk. It was said that the bacilus kept the body of a dragon. The head of a rooster tail of a serpent down in the dink dark cellar of the old stone building. The bacilus stood guard over a magnificent treasure and if you stared into the bacilus glowing red eyes you would immediately turn to stone so sister conrad's mouth lifted into a mischievous smile. Are you thinking what i'm thinking. Natalia's is grew wide. Wait a minute brother. Your not thinking of actually going in there are you. What about the bassil. Ihsc bacilus sh- massa lisk don't be such a 'fraidy cat sys like dads said. I'm a big kid now. And i'm going to prove it

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Shocking ICE Abuse of Women Includes Forced Sterilization

THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

02:56 min | 1 year ago

Shocking ICE Abuse of Women Includes Forced Sterilization

"ICE detention center in Georgia is reportedly the site of a mass involuntary sterilization project. A whistle a report published by the nonprofit project south alleges that launched numbers of migrant women held the Irwin County Detention Center, a privately run facility that imprisons undocumented immigrants received hysterectomies that they did not want an which were not medically necessary. The allegations reported project south were I made in a formal complaint by a nurse working at the detention center dorn wooden who describes the conditions there and conversation she had with imprisoned women in detail. The hysterectomies were all allegedly performed by the same outside gynecologist, Mahendra a amine of Douglas Georgia wooden said that one migrant woman referred to. As the Uterus Collector Ameen said that he'd only done one to hysterectomies in the past two, three years responding to the allegations he said everything is wrong and urged reporters to talk to the hospital administrator for more information. The women say they will not told why they were having hysterectomies with some saying they were given conflicting reasons for the procedures reprimanded when about them WHITTEN's account in the project south report was corroborated by two lawyers who said that four women in the facility whom they represent that had been sterilized without medical 'cause and without their consent according to the project South report a detained woman at the Owen County Center said when I met all these women who had surgeries I thought this was like an experimental concentration camp it's like they were experimenting without bodies. As horrific as the allegations are, it's not likely that either the Owen county officials or Dr Amine were experimenting more likely than you exactly what they were doing. In the early twentieth, century White American intellectuals pioneers of race science advancing the idea that undesirable traits could and should be bred out of the population with government planning and selective involuntary sterilization programs. These programs we use to enforce via state law the racist fiction of America as a white country and forced sterilization disproportionately targeted black women. Forced sterilizations like the ones that happen to women of the Irwin County sent him and two women throughout the nation during the twentieth century, a first and foremost human rights violations, cruel abridgement of those women's dignity autonomy and rights to self-determination. But they also statements of white supremacists hostility an assertion by white racists of the thing they most hate and fear. New Americans of color.

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"whitten" Discussed on The Lucky Few

The Lucky Few

05:58 min | 1 year ago

"whitten" Discussed on The Lucky Few

"You know I think that the fashion show the is the the fashion show itself on the catwalk is the heart and soul of the event and every year you've been there. The models get a senior bation. There's an energy in the room. It's it's pretty amazing but there are also other elements you know we do have to Quincy Jones exceptional advocacy award winners, an-and ambassador this year embassador wall snodgrass from Nebraska or so excited. Yeah. He's a beautiful teenager just really being a role model especially the school you challenge. In Nebraska, you know he's on sports teams he's engaged. She's doing a lot of great staff and then we have caterina scorsone from grey's anatomy. Move has her beautiful PIPPA who has down syndrome to other like I don't know how to so many under the age of whatever like like hats off to you and and so she is one of our to every year we give to Quincy Jones awards and then the other quincy? Jones. Award winner is beautiful Spanish model. You probably saw in the New York Fashion Week. Marion Albina. So she is from Spain. She was in the New York? Fashion Week knocked it out of the Ballpark and I think you know with the heart it's hard to travel and so picking somebody international despite the time she's in a really really late which she doesn't mind. Totally. Yeah and of course, we have you know our inaugural CONC- Jones Award winner. Dander. Sandra Dickson you running Jamie Fox. Okay. But is hell bent. And God what a wonderful family like. This brother. He takes care of his whole team I mean his whole family Deandra is a crucial part of that family and so we're thinking that they're probably going to do a dance battle. You know and some really fun stuff. We're going to do a the fashion show this year on October third virtually. And we just are begging people please buy tickets were like financially and crisis of course and we might do a small impersonality man. For a handful of very safe and social distancing but mostly were hoping that people will step up and buy tickets and tables and we've got pretty much all of our celebrities like you know we've got Quincy, we've got John C McGinley. We got Amanda booth. Of course, we have kettering persona and. but we also have like Matt Dillon and we never had Kevin Dillon so I think he's GonNa. Step up this year his their nephew tie has a down syndrome and So we have a whole counts of characters. And then our Quincy Jones Award winners with down. Syndrome some of whom were famous actors in their own right so that got Sagan. From Falcon. got. Carrie Gaffney. Frank. Stevens. And Jamie Brewer. Hunt How many seasons of American horror and the first person to get. The desk, the word off Broadway. Factor with Down Syndrome to get that award as we've got brilliant stars coming out in droves. And we're so lucky this year to have the chairs of the beautiful. Be Yourself fashion show our Jill Mu. Rotella. From Nebraska and their son Louis is awful and was our ambassador in twenty-six..

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The continuing Wet'suwet'en pipeline dispute

Native America Calling

07:54 min | 1 year ago

The continuing Wet'suwet'en pipeline dispute

"This is native America calling. I'm Tara Gate. Would this morning. Ontario provincial police moved in on the tiny data. Mohawk railway blockade taking several of those standing in solidarity with some of the whistle whitten hereditary chiefs and those backing them into custody. This area is recognized as traditional Mohawk territory. It's the latest action in the ongoing fight over the coastal gasoline pipeline plan for would so it in traditional territory in British Colombia. This Mohawk Stan is one of many in solidarity with the movement to try and stop this pipeline route. The four hundred mile pipeline is proposed to carry natural gas across British Columbia twenty-first nations along the pipeline route have signed on to the project but some hereditary chiefs of the wit. Sohan are opposed to the main Opposed and maintain. They have say over what happens because of a nineteen ninety seven court decision on Friday Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. Said the barricades must come down. Canadians have been patient. Our government has been patient but it has been two weeks and the barricades need to come down the issue. We face today began with disagreement over a provincial natural gas pipeline in British Columbia. What was a matter of provincial? Jurisdiction has since turned into a broader question on the nature and extent of indigenous rights resulting in blockades across the country. That's why the federal government had to involve itself directly and a week and a half ago both to address these underlying issues and restore sale rail. Service Flea engaged from day. One are ministers have engaged directly with indigenous leaders and premieres are work was always focused on finding a peaceful and lasting resolution in a way that builds trust and respect among parties involved. That focus does not change. This is a complex issue and the situation we now find ourselves in is a delicate one. History has taught us how governments can make matters worse if they fail to exhaust all other possible avenues when some urged us to use force immediately we chose dialogue and mutual respect when others urged us to give up. We extended a hand in good faith. And what you just heard comes from audio from C. TV. We'll hear more about all of this coming up here but when we talk about different stances that tribal nations are taking. We want to hear from you today. we'll also hear from multiple sides of the issue and we want to hear your thoughts again. What do you think about this? Fight over gas pipeline in Canada. Do you really to it. Something that maybe you even faced in urination Here in the States. All opinions are welcomed. The number is one eight hundred nine six two eight four eight. That's also one eight hundred nine nine native and today we're going to start off by saying hello to chief Dan George. He is an elected chief of the Burns Lake Ben and our pleasure to have him here. Chief George Welcome. Thank you for inviting me to Data American calling. Thank you very much. I appreciate you being here and Chief. George tells a little bit about where things stand with you. Your band signed onto the coastal. Gasoline pipeline Tells us a little bit about why that decision was made well if you know northern BC we've had a mountain endemic that devastated Eighty percent of all defined in BC and in the northern in two years. Mostly Pine for her. So that was that was a livelihood for most First Nation people myself is a logger for twenty years and a lot of a lot of search nation. People are in the logging industry but now that the MO pining has devastated our force. The logging indices going downhill very fast right now and there's still opportunities for US and north. We don't have time real estate like they do like some of the bands and Vancouver and In so use area where they have prime released real estate that they can lead hope for millions of dollars. We've got nothing into north. This pipeline was once in a lifetime opportunity for us to put our people back to work. So that's that's why I had a community vote and Eighty percent of my community voted to sign up for the L. N. G. So negotiate the best deal. I could for my people. So that's why I signed on in chief George. We hear a lot of times in the news. And we're also very careful to also say Hereditary chiefs Because that is a little bit different from elected officials in. Tell me the difference between the two and your understanding of the roles in when we do here hereditary chief say Our Word is what should be listened to your thoughts. Well the difference between An elected chief like myself is we. We have different clans in our communities. And what a rectory chief does is they. Look after one clan of people like I'm a beaver clan so we ever see my head. Cheese looks after the Bieber clan and that bear clan and the Cariboo clan but as an elected chief I look after everybody. I have no discrimination around which clan you're from we look after everybody has a whole and those elected those hereditary chiefs live in our communities. And where did they get their housing from from the cheeks the elected chiefs we give them housing? We pay for their guys. We pay for everything and another thing. Also is you gotta realize too the officer where to read Jerry Chiefs In smithers their offices. Run by natural gas and a lot of the chiefs. Homes are run by natural gas also and it you you support the oil and gas industry like a lot of our closys made out of the petroleum byproducts to and and we drive trucks and drive all kinds of vehicles are using propane and in the camps also that that if you look at their supporting that industry no matter how you look at it in just understanding more about you know how this works and of course these are also members of tribes in people that elected officials are to have their ears open to in. How do you weigh this when you do have people Who are you know? Still citizens of nations whether they be a hereditary chief. And they're saying we don't want this what do you do? How do you weigh some of that? And how do you find common ground? Is there such a thing? Glad chief George There is common gown is like we're all went to it and people and they voted for the natural gas Hereditary chiefs gotta follow what the people want. Just like US elected chief all All the different clans on our in our community. We'd follow what they want us to do. They give us a mandate to do what we need to do. So we follow that. But if you look at the grand jury change they gotta follow what people are saying. And these hereditary chiefs are not

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Bots to Date for Us: The Future of Love?

Sleepwalkers

09:25 min | 1 year ago

Bots to Date for Us: The Future of Love?

"Brought you in because Of a woman name his Enya. She's a mutual friend of ours. We both know her and she said something to me that I thought was like one of the most was fascinating things. A tech person has said to me. We were doing an interview in San Francisco like outside at some fancy place and she was talking about artificial intelligence. I and a friend of hers had passed away and using all his personal data text messages and like anything he'd put out there publicly she had recreated the digital version of him a lot of some sort That she would. It was almost like a shadow of him that she would still talk to which was like this crazy concept at the time time on. There's like a Black Mirror episode. That feels very similar to this and she would be texting with the Roman brought to her having this whole conversation about the future of AI. Hi and she said one line to me and this is how I always is like as a reporter as a journalist. This is how I always end up doing different episodes and like I go off and I go off into the world and do a whole different story based on something one person says to me in an interview and this is how. I think I've come to you. She said well in the future. We won't even date on dating APPs we'll have bots to date for us like they'll just date for us. We won't even have to swipe and I was like I wonder if down the line that will happen. So that brings me to you. Shane Mack is yet and That's going to happen rate for sure and so. Tell me an and it's happening happening because you're doing that in some capacity before we kind of get into that. Let's talk a little bit about you. you're obsessed with bots. I am now. Yeah what about them. It wasn't my first love. I was obsessed with messaging and I really loved the idea that I should be able to text people and businesses the same and the future would be all lived within messaging not calling or doing crappy website or downloading an APP and then my co-founder was the founder of declawed Robert Stevens and he came to me and said hey the future is not messaging humans future as messaging bots and other. What do you mean? And he's like well. The future is about language talking to systems so he was like let's just hack greatclips website And I'm I'm going to build a textbook that allows me to say I want to get a haircut today and it'll go fill out all the stuff for me automatically on the website and the Bal respond back and say there's a opening and twelve minutes fourteen minutes nineteen minutes and we built it and this is a two thousand thirteen and we went in and Robert Name was on the screen. Is Robert Stevens twelve minutes. And he's like this is the future and it's going to remove all the software in the middle and so then I became obsessed with the mission that bots will create the next wave of the internet which I think because about getting us off the Internet the last decade was about getting us on the Internet and I think the next one is about getting us all Florida vices capacity. Because if you start with today you start with letters to make words words to make meaning and meaning goes to be intent but if you go tomorrow I think we start with intent tent like I want to get a haircut and the body goes a nice it for you and a learns about you knows your preferences and knows how you talked. Everyone else watches in dating context. I look get where people always have. Friction and get kind of Annoyed and I'll listen to people on dating APPS and they're like I have an inbox full of tons of people. We all say the same shit and it's just an endless banter and I can never remember windfall up with and then I've taken to my text messages and I don't remember an unnamed named hello there fucking know this person is and I listened to Mike Okay. So that's not the future that's too much friction and it's causing people things -iety and I think the boss will handle all that. Can you just our listeners. explain like the most basics of like what is it yeah It's just a piece of software that can communicate with you and whether it's on Alexa that would be about whether there it's In a text message a response back and says had agreed. And it's a computer system not a human that's about or if it can talk systems like we have what's that we've built that can both haircuts or book appointments or Boca Flight. Do Anything like that in your company. Assist essentially built kind of this platform all for for this and so much show that facebook kind of called on you. I remember when Mark Zuckerberg Was Up there and facebook launched bats like the Sucker burgers up there talking about one eight hundred flowers that face because its developer's conference for folks who don't know they have developers conference once a year where like all all the facebook executives. Get up there and they talk about like their biggest things that are coming down the pipeline. It's a very big deal for facebook And and they kind of set the stage and and I remember Mark Zuckerberg getting up there. And he's like you never have to call one eight hundred flowers again right and And he's a because there's like a bought right or or something and that was powered by you guys right or you through the first partner. Ever launched seventy two hours before we didn't know it was going to happen and they said Zuckerberg wants to know if the CEO will care at one eight hundred flowers if he makes fun of them and the C O like no. It's amazing let's do it and he's he's always been very progressive and he built his company off being the first company in the world to sell on a phone number and then he was the first person to sell on the Internet compuserve in Nineteen ninety-three and so the fact that they were the first to launch with us to do boss like made sense and it was cool. And so you sold. Are you required. said it was acquired And this this is where things get interesting right because like I think you know we've heard about bots like for all these big companies using it especially customer service bots and all this the stuff but like things are getting really This is where I light up right because like she kinda weird ray because now they're going to be used in all these different ways like this is stuff that no one's talking about there's a whole other use case of bonds and you started thinking about it As it pertained anti like our personal lives right dating and there is a problem and the problem is that there's so many options is really hard so all this is kind of happening simultaneously simultaneously. So you have kind of somehow. Shane thought about bought use for dating APPS. How did that come Komo doubt yet? So I'll give you the business answer and then like my personal and business answer is I actually have been always very interested in the space And I was like the swipe is commoditised so all their business models are built on connection but the connections now infinite like. It's not that you can't get connected because everyone's is on them. It's become mass market. And there's no more stigma than so now everyone's connected. Yeah we literally. There's like so many connections. You don't know what to do. So they've nailed their business model so well that it has has no value so now you have endless connections. But that's how they make money but if I don't need to use specific apps pay them to have more connections then the question becomes uh-huh if if swipes were like how you walked up to someone at a bar and you judge them you have to look at a photo type left right. I think the future is actually the language of the bought that that is what I was like. Oh the first response is actually the new. Swipe the words are the swipe. That's how you get a response. Because everyone I talked to you since messages than ever hear back so then the way that you send messages and how you communicate effectively in what do you have any whitten. Are you funny. Are you curious. Are you specific questions. All all types of things like stuff that I like to think about and just like how do you get people to be more curious and more specific in their question asking. I was like if I can teach everyone how to ask better questions. Will they get better answers. And we'll get responses and it is the new business model based on words not on swipes. That's how that was like maybe okay so now giving the personal answer answer because you're also a dude who sounds like you're on the dating apps and like An. I know every founder tries to fix a problem for himself. So were you just not getting responses. No not actually if you will see if take handwrite and I love what hinge. Did they made it more personal use personal message to a piece of content. That takes so much time. Yeah Yeah and so. I'm looking at it and for me. I always optimizing time and I'm like wait. I'm writing the same type of message for the hiking photo jumping at the top of a cliff for almost every single one or a piece of food that someone has or they have the picture on the bowed or they have a dog like they're all kind of the same and it's it's Kinda sad I was like shit. They all look the same in this profile format that hinge created and it takes forever to literally type A thoughtful message over and over again and and I was like I wonder if I could create a Bot. That would watch how I communicate and optimize it based on if people respond and over time be better at writing and also use the community so if other people are using different language I would learn like searching searching on the Internet. You can search. What are the top fifty things to say dating but when it's in your keyboard and it's part of your body it's probably conversation? It's like there at the moment when you're sending a message and you can then send fifty st messages in a minute. Instead of fifty messages a day.

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AR's Role in Industry

Techmeme Ride Home

02:45 min | 2 years ago

AR's Role in Industry

"Finally today as you know I recently got religion about augmented reality. Check in a work setting expecting that soon. We'll cer headsets all over factories construction sites farms. You name it but you know. Let's go full cyborg on this According to ZD net robotic exoskeleton from single joint systems to fool body kits are starting to make headway in industry street and the military not to mention hospitals quote while medical uses aim to assist with rehabilitation or help people to move who would otherwise struggle struggle in the commercial world. Robotic exoskeleton allow human workers to carry heavier loads than they would otherwise or work in uncomfortable positions such as with their hands overhead ahead for longer periods before feeling strain and fatigue. There are two main types of exit skeletons passive which don't have motors or actuators and powered which do passive exoskeleton can help support the wearer's body and redistribute weight and physical stress while powered exoskeleton are typically used to amp up up a workers physical strength allowing them to move or carry heavier weights both are starting to spread in industries that require workers to do repetitive. Hard physical Labor vehicle and aviation manufacturers are among the first big name adopters BMW. Audi Ford and Boeing have already started rolling out EXO suits Ford announced last year that it was rolling going out passive EXO vests from EXO bionics across fifteen of its plants to quote help. Lessen the physical toll that their job takes on a worker's body when they're asked to do over headwork according to Ford. The suit supports the employees arms as they work overhead and gives them five to fifteen pounds of lift assistance and quote and again according to the peace. These things are coming to construction sites as well which makes me hope that someday. Okay I'll be seeing folks in one of those MEC loaders like Ripley in alien. But what about Tony. Stark iron man suits maybe for the military gary quoting again smaller units rather than full body systems may be the first to be rolled out more substantially by the military the US Army is trailing Lockheed Martin powered exoskeleton the onyx which is worn on the leg to reduce the load on the user's needs as well as the exit which does a similar job for the ankles Ryan whitten a senior analyst at research predicts in the short term passive suits will be the main bulk of exoskeleton deployments and that the industry three is another twelve to eighteen months away from seeing suits rolled out in their thousands and tens of thousands. And

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Democratic debate: Elizabeth Warren evades question about tax rises

Here & Now

02:58 min | 2 years ago

Democratic debate: Elizabeth Warren evades question about tax rises

"Dominica I want to ask you about Elizabeth Warren as you heard earlier I was saying that she was their primary target the other Democratic candidates and one big issue that kept coming up again and again is that worn whitten say weather middle class taxes would go up under medicare for all and Pete Buddha judge caught her on it here he is let me be clear on this costs will go up for the wealthy they will go up for big corporations and for middle class families they will go down I will not sign a bill into law that does not lower costs for middle class families Mayor Buddha Judge you say Senator Warren has been quote evasive about how she's going to pay for Medicare for all response or you heard it tonight a yes or no question that didn't get a yes or no answer and lots of the candidates kept hammering her or going back to her on that Dominica what do you think how did this moment resonate we'll look last week was the first time that Elizabeth Warren caught Joe Biden in the average of the national polls and congratulations is what happens when you wind up at the top and the polls you become a front runner and you get a lot of that scrutiny and for people to Judge Amy Klobuchar we should remember they really pinned in Elizabeth Warren on what is her biggest vulnerability and that is whether she's electable that's been the number one issue with Democrats in this a lot of folks were just saying she also did not answer that question your thoughts about she didn't she didn't answer the question but that's the point is that she didn't answer the question and the the problem that what people digits in particular was pointing to is that her policies are too liberal to be elected and she doesn't want cops the fact that that people would have to probably have see their taxes go up because Bernie Sanders did say that that's what would happen aiming on the other hand was saying she's dismissive of other people's ideas and that's interesting thing and we're gonNA see how worn responds to all that that's right and she actually spoke about Warren's wealth tax listen I wanNA give a reality check here to Elizabeth because no one on this stage wants to protect billionaires not even the billionaire wants to protect billionaire we have different approaches your idea is not the only idea so dominica were hearing they're mclovin Shara Pete Buddha judge everybody just kind of puppy piling on but how you think Elizabeth Warren held up you know she's going to have to be at the centre now I mean she did not answer that question about whether people taxes are gonna go up she also didn't really respond to people to Judge when he said that you don't have a plan on this you have a plan on everything else but has basically been using Bernie Sanders as a heat shield to sort of keep the pressure off of her are when it comes to Medicare for all and there's a reason why people to judge kept bringing up Medicare for all who want it as he calls it which is essentially Medicare for all who wanted a medicare for all as a choice instead

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The unstoppable Fannie Lou Hamer

Retropod

05:10 min | 2 years ago

The unstoppable Fannie Lou Hamer

"She walked with a limp. She had a blood clot behind her eye from being severely beaten in Mississippi jail. Her name was was Fannie Lou Hamer. She was the youngest of twenty children born to black sharecroppers in Mississippi and in late nineteen sixty four for president Lyndon B Johnson was absolutely terrified of her why she was about to make make an appeal before the credentials panel at the Democratic National Convention. The potential implications were profound. Hamer represented the Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party a racially integrated coalition of delegates Hamer wanted to challenge the seats of the current aren't all white democratic delegation from their state saying that they were in violation of the party's rules because they had systematically excluded excluded black citizens according to Time magazine. Johnson was worried that Hamer speech could offend the Southern Democrats whose votes he needed for reelection he wanted her silenced but Hamer had a following that rivaled that of Dr Martin Luther Author King Junior and she would not go unheard. Hamer was born in one thousand nine hundred seventeen in the Mississippi Delta. The share cropping system kept her parents in debt and without enough food to feed their twenty children in the Winter Hebrew tied rags on her feet because she often didn't have shoes. She started picking cotton when she was six years old. Aw Hamer started her civil rights work in nineteen sixty one after she was sterilized without consent during what it should have been a minor surgery she tried to register to vote in one thousand nine hundred sixty two but was turned away after she failed illiteracy literacy tests which were used in the south to discourage black people from voting the clerk asked Hamer complicated questions like interpreting the state constitution after she failed the test. She told the clerk she'd be back when Hamer returned to the plantation in that day. She was fired from her job but she wasn't defeated. Hamer became a student nonviolent. Coordinating Committee a community organizer and helped found the Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party in reaction to the lack of integration in the state's Democratic Party party as a candidate from the party. She ran for Congress in nineteen sixty four against democratic incumbent Jamie L whitten at that year's Democratic Democrat National Convention. Hey made her way to the stage through a crowd of men who refused to make space for her other members of the civil rights movement including Martin Luther King Junior spoke but all eyes were on her. She then talked for thirteen minutes Mr Chairman and to could dentures committee. My name is Mrs Fannie Lou Hamer. She called for mandatory delegation an integration and recounted her experience trying to register to vote. It was the thirty first of all the night being the eighteen of US travel. Put the six miles the county courthouse in in the normal tried to register to become first. I player Hamer describes being arrested in beaten in Mississippi jail after white waitress at a rest. Stop refused her service. That's how she got the blood clot. All of this is own account. We won't be registered to become first-class. NFL Freedom Democratic Party is not beating not after her testimony humor and other other Freedom Party members discovered that Johnson a wildly tough politician had held a news conference so that national television networks could he cover her testimony live. She was livid but Johnson's efforts to silencer didn't work that that night in a hot Atlantic City Hotel Room Hamer and the rest of the country watched her testimony broadcast in prime time on the evening news news less than a year later. Congress passed the Voting Rights Act and at the nineteen sixty eight convention in Chicago. He became team the first African American to be seated as a delegate. She received a standing ovation.

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2019 NFL Draft prospects

Under The Hood

10:40 min | 2 years ago

2019 NFL Draft prospects

"We're about three weeks from the NFL draft. It's been an interesting off season. If you were bears fan last season. It was interesting the bears gone out and done a lot of things this off-season than to talk about that and much much more. We bring in our guy NFL writer, Eric at home. Nice enough to jump on and Eric tonight. Everything's good. Yeah. It was just thinking these last three weeks for the drafter get a feel like any turn into here that always does every single year seems like it takes a long time here in Chicago. We've always been interested in the draft. Because usually the bears were bad a high draft pick. And now they were smart last year and traded pigs got gotta Khalil Mack. And now they've not picking until the third round unless they make a move. But I mean, I think it seems like all their other moves have been in you know, in free agency and bringing. Players in. So it's not nearly the draft excitement here in Chicago. Like, it was when just imagine if the draft was here, and it was no bears draft pick for you know, for the first day and a half down. Admit what difficult I think it would be legal to do that. The office. Like, let's about this. The bears probably will make their selection around nine o'clock. I think on Friday night. So you settle in. You know, maybe, you know, get some food get something to eat whatever it's going to be a while. I don't think they'll be moving up. They don't have a lot of picks. So yeah, it's gotta be patience is virtue for bears fans outside of kicker because kickers not real answer. When you talk about to what's the biggest need for the bears. Hang into the draft. It's a great question. You know, I think it probably, you know, I think what they did themselves. A lot of a good favor by refunding airless, you know, and just you know for a one year deal. Right. We know he's the third outside guy. But still it just eliminated one spot that you have to kinda reach four and not reach four. But you know, have to hope that somebody is at that position waiting for you in the draft. So it probably slimmed down to two maybe three or four positions. I would think running back has to be on that list. You know, I personally would like to see. Them. Get more death on the offense of line. And I think the secondary either corner or safety would be a spot they can look at and their few defensive action, the strap that I think could play, you know, cover the flight and also places safety. So there's some versatile guys in this great year for either position a corner safety, but it's deep enough where they could possibly get somebody there. So I would just, you know, spit balling kinda Dr throwing I would say those it's likely that they could be picking one of those three spots that eighty seven toys have you ever seen as I'm asking the question. I know we've all seen it. But have you? I was gonna ask you if you've seen the situation where teams running back like Jordan Howard performed relatively well and was light by many people. And but basically the head coach had no use form at this point. And that's why they ended up moving them. Yeah. I mean, obviously, totally different situation from what happened with Levy on bell. You know, those are the exceptions to the rule, but you know, it is one of those. Position where if you're not one of the elite top, you know, five or six guys in the league at your spot. You know, there's only so much teams willing to kind of sink into that dishing. I know that there have been back strapped in the top. You know, five ten picks several years, it's not gonna have this year. But it's happened. A lot in recent history or often more often than I would've expected. I know Todd Gurley got his big deal. I know other people have gotten pretty good money. That's dishing bell sign this off season. But there's a drop off, you know. And so I think if you're not special, you know, that maybe are deemed expendable depending on the system. And so you know, I can see both sides why they moved on. And I think they feel like with Mike Davis Torri Cohen, they add one more the draft. You know, maybe Ryan dollars trading Kampe preseason hero again or something like that. But you know, we'll see I think they will try to add at least one more. And then maybe an underrated free agent to add on top of that. Daryl. Patterson is. Is an interesting guy. But he's been an interesting guys come into the league. Other people have found out ways to use them and the patriots even lined him up in the backfield as a running back. Do you expect Matt Nagy to do that? Also, not only just swing passes and give them in and around and things like that. And also given the ball out of the running back position. Yeah. It's a great option. I think you know, the patriots really the first team to really unlocked at running ability. I mean like you said when he was in Oakland, you know, other places he was running those kind of gadget runs and things like that. But I mean, they line them up as a tailback and got buffalo game was it was crazy to watch. He had twenty something carries. And so, yeah, it was it was a strange thing to think about you know, a six to two hundred twenty pound receiver who could run like the wind lining up kind of power back. But he can do it. I think that really added to the appeal. He's the perfect Matt Nagy player. They'll run kick off, you know, he could be a wide receiver if you need to. I don't think he's more than. A number four. But still, you know, having that deeper out option is important. And I think that's you know, that kinda speed if Taylor Gabriel is out there, they may not have that exact replica that so it's different version of speed. And then as you said we saw last year that he can be running back, you know, in cut a break glass in case for -mergency situation. Seahawks quarterback. Russell Wilson wants a new deal. He gave the Seahawks April fifteenth as a deadline to get that deal done. Do you think he gets done in what type of deal? Do you think Russell Wilson who get from the Seahawks? So here's my hypothetical question here. Like what they let's say if April sixteenth by parents diversity, by the way. Let's. Let's say April sixteenth. They offer him. The richest TV deal of all time. You're gonna say oh sorry. The deadline. Hey, understand that this thing happened in January. We didn't really hear about it until very recently. But meeting his, you know, giving them a deadline, but you know, it just doesn't make a lot of stints. It's not a if something magical happens on that calendar day, not as some kind of contract, you know, bonus kicks in or anything else that would prevent them from getting this thing done, or if there's some kind of you know, league deadline or something like that. It's not July fifteenth and the franchise player, so it's just one of those kind of subtle threats from the from the Wilson camp saying, hey, don't forget about me, baby. You know, I still want to get my deal. I still want to get this thing done. You know, there's an opportunity for him to really cash in. And also kind of hold them hostage a little bit. I suspect it there's a good chance that gets done. But for months now there have been whispers that you know, maybe the Seahawks aren't quite prepared to pay him. What what a lot of people think he's worth it would at least entertain the idea of. What could we get you know, trade for him? Just theoretically, what would he get you know, is worth three first Thursay? We're still talking about a thirty thirty one year old guy. And there's still a handful of teams that really badly need that franchise different speaking quarterback. So I I don't know. I still think it's gonna get done 'cause that's city loves them. Even if a lot of past teammates were the biggest Russell Wilson fan. They know how much he means for the team another couple minutes with NFL writer, Eric at home and Erica week or so ago, rob gronkowski decided to retire. A lot of people on Twitter and everywhere else going, okay. The best tight end. Maybe you'll ever play the game has retired. Who's the best tight end in the NFL? Now who do you like? Yeah. I mean, that's a great question. To kinda depends what you want. So if you guys can do with grunk did which is being impact players blocker, and as receiver, you know. And and think about all the calls that were made against gronk over the years. He was kinda like the Cam Newton of the tight end position like say what that's not interference. Though, he just, you know, even with that work in Gascony was so special. I love the fact that Travis Kelsey can be as dangerous, you know, the last couple of years he's actually been a better receiver than gronk. No question about it. But he's not nearly the blocker that he is. You know, we see some of these young pass catching tight. I mean, George Kittle out in San Francisco at times has flashed like he could be the best to way tight in the league because he blocks his tail off. He's got great receiving chops. And really the only thing that's kind of held them back injuries. I don't necessarily think you can have a long career. So this might be one of those debate that we kinda have for years. I don't think there's any one guy that fills that checked off all the boxes like like gronk did. And he had injury issues too. But still when he was out there. There's really no doubt. And I don't know that that that one guy even though there are some great blockers. It's about staying receivers you rarely see both. Do you think that Jason Witten can still be productive? I don't know man this. I wanted to I know Jason Witten the player, it was outstanding. He was just so consistent day in and day. I knew what you're going to get from. He was probably, you know, he was unsexy version of gronk and that he could block and catch fast but a year off his age. I know they say they're going to come in just and all that. His feeling this thing could kind of turn south, and we could see 'cause he looked slow by the end when he was out there last time. He just wasn't the same guy. Eric, we appreciate jumping for few minutes. We'll hopefully those go to slow the next couple of weeks. We'll talk to you soon. All right. Enjoy the run up to the draft guys. Thanks. They got home jumping on talking NFL. Like Whitten wasn't good at the end. Then like fancy players, look like, wait. Hold on. Really? Like, what is she some Witten really gonna bring to the Cowboys? Here's a guy wanted to bring up to you. Because this is a guy that I thought when he got to the NFL was going to have a bigger impact than he's head and OJ Howard at the tight end. Okay. Because what we saw in college. We thought. Okay. The when this guy gets here Dowd using is just because the quarterback situation and the problems have had do you think he can still become a dominant tight end in this league? Maybe because he did it in college. And you assume that that body type in his speed is is ability to get down field. And you know, James Winstons been not very good. No. And I think a lot of people misread what Tampa Bay is doing. I don't think he's there for the long haul. I think Tampa Bay if they could find someone else to be their quarterback. They would go with that person. Yeah. So whether or not it's trying to find a quarterback in this year's draft. Or or or planning for the future? Elsewhere. But like I don't trust him as Winston do.

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"whitten" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"whitten" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Jay sam. Yeah. Jason Whitten's coming back to the Cowboys is leaving Monday night football. Apparently couldn't take the heat in the booth. Does he still have gas in the tank we're gonna find out? I don't know. I don't know. He's got to be better than what they had. That's true. But more importantly, it is March first, which means also it is. Little cage up this morning, easy deeds. That's Peter noone and the weaklings with their version of Friday on my mind, and I like it. Yeah. It is. Yeah. It's a little up beaten. Hey, it sounds good Charlotte. Jeremy onto that side listened to it. And I thought you know, it's time let's mix it up just a little curve. Yeah. Maybe we'll go back and forth. But I do like that version. Yeah, it is Friday, so celebrated its also employees appreciation day the Meyer we here. I don't know looking for. Your boss should be having breakfast for you or or some sort of celebration to get things going, and is it every day employee appreciation when they pay us. Good, traffic and.

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"whitten" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

07:41 min | 2 years ago

"whitten" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Proud of you, man. Two greatest things in life. Never read on your friends and always keep them much. Iraq. So yeah, there is that I'm not predicting it. I'm just saying that as a story this getting headlines, man, you know, that is all. You know, I keep getting my phone is buzzing right now. And it's nothing political. It's about this Jason Witten story cowboy died he's got to be a hall of Famer for crying out loud. What you think Jason Whitten's negative? It'd be a hall of Famer. But I know where you're going with this. He just announced that he's going back. He's gonna play for the Cowboys. Very good in the booth on Monday. It is very terrible. Well, he's really good when he's describing his own past accomplishments. He's really not a Bragar. But yet every broadcast. It's they kept bringing it up. Oh, I remember when you were playing in that game and your helmet came off. And you ran oh, so it wasn't him bringing up to the other people. And then he would go on and on and talk about it. Meanwhile, somebody was actually going down on the field. Don't be a hater. And they did the best. He could maybe not his thing realized that now he's going back. I'm glad I'm really glad. And it's because I made this prediction that you guys said was nuts was two months ago. The one year just one year Romo Whitten back. Why would wrong do what he's great at what he does. He can't scratch that get into the Super Bowl. One time gets out of bed. He can walk to the bathroom. I mean, what what athlete is saying which one that's accomplished as saying that says, you know, what it really is time to quit. He no he thinks he can still do it. There was what twelve teams that contacted him last year. Say Tony sure you don't want to come back and play. I'm just saying that half of the prediction has come true. That's all. Yeah. Do you want? Distracted me with this news earlier. No, I was excited for you. You're excited for you. Because you're slowly becoming a cowboy fan, and that's brutal ugly truth of this show right now. His most hated team rooting for. Yeah. I don't know. I don't even know how it happened. It's the weirdest thing now. Okay. Do you guys? See the Jenna Jameson story. You're telling us about it. Please inform us Jenna Jameson is right. The former porn porn star. Yeah. Today, slamming Democrats for voting against an ultimately blocking the born alive abortion survivors Protection Act. This. Of course, Bill aims to medically protect infants who were born after botched abortions. Right. Well, you would say, of course, because this should be a huge story. The mainstream media is not paying attention to this at all. So Jenna Jameson tweets out, these monster, Democrats are essentially butchering babies. Wow. She went on to say let this sink in. If you're a democrat and support this evil. You are damned. This is Janet Jameson who smokes if you thought for a second the voice of reason would come from a retired porn star. She's making the Democrats. Look immoral. A retired porn star. Makes you look that way. Yeah. Yeah. Megan McCain was talking about this on the view. I mean, Jennifer the wall is immoral, but yeah, that's fine. Welcome to the new America in different people say, well, you're talking about really rare cases. New York Virginia Vermont talking about it in Illinois. And the whole story is it's an abortion it was botched. And now you have a living baby. Whether or not you give that baby the same medical care as you would anyone else? That's what the Bill is saying, and you have Democrats voting against it. But again, you will have, you know, news coverage, and there was a whole piece in the federalist about it. How house vote on guns background check Bill with bipartisan support and that gets a ton of play. But as far as the infanticide Bill nothing. And I don't know just in going along in life talking to different people at different times. Okay. I'm talking like you're going to kids events and things like that. Where this story is coming up, more and more. Like, I can't believe this is even being talked about from people because they find out about it. But they're not getting it from a regular news source. Because it's it's being buried. Why is that because it seems like there are a lot of people interested in this story when they hear the actual details. It's extremely unpleasant. Yes. To talk about it. And it's. Incredibly uncomfortable to talk about. So I don't know if that's why media avoids these things are not well, also you got to remember there are bigger stories out there like lady Gaga, Bradley Cooper. Right. Got to spend six minutes on that on Monday morning. And what did that when they gazed in fondly into each other's is the answer to that? Is that they were just doing the song Gaga talked about that last night, by the way, she's managed by the way too. She's mad. She's mad at the trashy internet media. Wow. According to her. Meaning just everybody like on the things up, and they just put it out there. And it's not true never been true. They're very fond of each other. But they are actors, and they were acting. Oh my gosh. We're falling into the trap. Now. We're spending more time on lady Gaga, Bradley cobras anyway, infanticide. Here. David brought it up the dead. Good job. David. Sorry. It's that classical news training mat? I have man. Oh, man. Oh from from the liberal outlets. They tell you how to do that as the topic from something uncomfortable. Yes. Of course. Okay. Now, here's the water skiing, squirrel. No, it is the uncomfortable. Because this is where eighty to ninety percent of Americans agree when you're talking about third trimester. Yes. And when you're talking about a baby that's now alive. Yes. And you got the governor Virginia. Say well, we'd make the baby comfortable while decisions. Made. That's freaking insane to people. Yes. Okay. Did my intensity rice? Will you couldn't match freaking insane? And is it. I mean, another thing that just I brought this up a couple of times. But the Hippocratic oath the doctors take do. No harm. I do. No harm. I know man. I mean, sometimes you're like the world we're living in right now. Really crazy thinking about wake up, and they're going to go out that was just a dream. And that was some fever dream. You're having okay. But to satisfy David's thirst for the Gaga story with Bradley Cooper. Yes. This is her on Kimmel last night. Yes. People saw love. And guess what? That's what we wanted. You to see? I mean, this is this is a love song. Shallow the movie stars born? It's a love story from a performance perspective. It was so important to both of us that we were connected. The entire time. I mean, look I've had my arms wrapped around Tony Bennett for three years touring the world. I mean when you're singing love songs, that's what you want people to feel. Are you having affair with Tony Barrett? And.

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"whitten" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"whitten" Discussed on 600 WREC

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"whitten" Discussed on The Overwhelmed Brain

The Overwhelmed Brain

03:48 min | 2 years ago

"whitten" Discussed on The Overwhelmed Brain

"I mean that might be some of the stuff that I say. But I learned to access that part of me in use those resources inside of me and us those tools, and I definitely want you to be there too. But some conversations aren't worth having some conversations you just want to end, and you just want to allow them to expand their energy. So you can get on with your day. And sometimes it's just best instead of taking any constructive criticism. And instead of trying to get through it. So that you feel better about yourself is just to figure out a way to let their energy flow in that direction. Hey, you're probably right. All right. And then go on doesn't mean I want you to stay that way. These these are just situational. These are just circumstantial when events are interactions come up where you just want to make it through and not have to deal with it that could be a good strategy. But if it's repetitive. Like Karen who wrote this Email and said, yeah, this happens at work, and I'm publicly humiliated. If that's repetitive. It's it might be time to stand up. And say, hey, look, I appreciate being publicly humiliated. I prefer if you're going to say something to do a behind closed doors that might light their fire. They may be so angry that you said that or they may go. Oh, okay. Let's do that. You're you're right. That would be a great response that would be something wonderful. So if that's the case if you're getting somebody doing this repetitively is time to stand up for something greater than keeping your job is time to stand up for something greater inside of you because you're worth it. So when I gave you these tips and tricks and techniques don't let override yourself for don't let override U deserving bitter treatment. It's not about that. Sometimes you just wanna get through a moment. Sometimes you just wanna get through interaction. And these are some of the ways you can do it. I was gonna give you one more before we concluded here. But I don't actually have one more. I already talked about it was about the drilling down. I didn't realize I wrote it down in our talked about. So we're gonna. This consider that a little bonus in between the the talked about drilling down drilling down as a questioning technique that allows you to keep drilling into what you feel even if it's obvious. So when somebody says, why did you feel embarrassed by the situation, you might answer Whitten, you feel embarrassed instead of actually addressing the embarrassment inside of you. And it's so important to address any feeling that you're having inside of you by doing what I like to call drilling down. So might mean like, okay, why do you feel embarrassed while I feel embarrassed? Because people are watching me. Well, why is that embarrassing in instead of saying while, isn't it obvious? Or wouldn't you feel that way don't answer like that? You really have to continue being inquisitive with yourself. Why is that embarrassing if somebody wants me, well, they're judging me, well, how is that problem? Why is that embarrassing does that make you feel bad or whatever it makes you feel and again instead of saying well wouldn't make. Anyone feel bad? You have to answer the question. Well, it makes me feel bad. Because if they judge me, then I might take it as they don't like me will how is that a problem? Why is that a big deal while if they don't like me, then they might fire me or they may they may not give me a ride to work, you know, whatever, and you keep drilling down into the deepest part that you end up at you just can't give yourself in a scape and say, well anyone would feel that way? Don't give yourself that escape you keep drilling until you just can't go any further, you really want to figure out what's going on inside of you. That's that's a very very effective way that I often use to get to the heart of some of the emotions that I experienced. So we'll be right back. I'll say some thank yous goodbyes that I'm going to walk you through..

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"whitten" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"whitten" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"Out of two hundred and twenty. Gronkowski's miss twenty nine at one forty four. It's kind of it's kind of like the Adrian Peterson argument if you're looking at longevity Whitten's going to win. Absolutely. But game is on the line. Games on the line inside the twenty who do you want? And it would probably be unanimous, rob gronkowski. Yes. If I have gronk healthy Whitten healthy game on the line inside the twenty yard line who you got and gronk sheer answer. I don't know if that answers the overall question, but it would for me. Now, if you say, I can have this guy for fifteen years at this level or gronk at this level for eight years that would be a different argument because I would probably take the consistency of Witton over a fifteen year period. Instead of the incredible spike of gronk over six year window out of those eight or nine years. Yes. Mclovin postseason. If you're getting postseason Bronx blown out this gronk been there for so long. You know, reception hall doesn't care about receptions. I'll tell you look at the top ten reception guys. There's no guarantees that yards. Are I'm yards or consider more important you perceiving yards. Yeah. Because we talked about this with, you know, thousand catches, and I said that doesn't get you to fame, and it seems crazy. I remember when Art Monk was like at eight hundred thirty one catches or something. And we kept saying why is he not in the hall of fame with eight hundred catches well, eight hundred catches then is probably eleven or twelve hundred..

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"whitten" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"whitten" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

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"whitten" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"whitten" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

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US-China trade war still on despite Trump-Xi 90 days truce

Business Beware

00:35 sec | 3 years ago

US-China trade war still on despite Trump-Xi 90 days truce

"President Trump is agreeing with Chinese leaders not to impose any new tariffs for ninety days while the trade talks continue Christian Whitten was senior advisor to President Donald Trump and President George W Bush. He tells Fox News what this deal is all about. I think the president in this agreement may have undercut the emerging strategic vision that we were going to be much tougher on China militarily economically that was our invited. Vice president Pence at a speech, the Hudson institute and again at APEC right now, the Chinese I think think they've won in President Trump. I think he will be tough. And I hope at the end of ninety days he is tough as the Chinese haven't done anything.

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Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey to Testify Before House Committee in September

CNBC's Fast Money

00:35 sec | 3 years ago

Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey to Testify Before House Committee in September

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Papa John, John Schnatter and Vince discussed on Mornings on the Mall with Brian Wilson

Mornings on the Mall with Brian Wilson

00:13 sec | 3 years ago

Papa John, John Schnatter and Vince discussed on Mornings on the Mall with Brian Wilson

"Who we're going to, right now because we're going to put your money Good morning Vince got your money it. Is a record, day today the bull market is set to become. The longest in history today since the two thousand nine financial prices low

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North California wildfires expand to more than two-thirds the size of LA

WBZ Midday News

04:15 min | 3 years ago

North California wildfires expand to more than two-thirds the size of LA

"Good morning I'm art Cohen WBZ news and our top story at this hour the weather with continued heat. And humidity and some thunderstorms on. The way WBZ AccuWeather meteorologist dean devore's joins us for quick update. This is a nasty situation developing it looks like some a. Thunderstorm that's capable of producing a tornado we've seen reports of trees down around Woodstock here this morning it looks like it's centered around Webster heading east northeast towards the east Douglas and into near Whitten's Ville that's the. Track of that particular. Cell, but we're going to see more, of these as we go through the next several hours with. Rain heavy at times causing flooding and these. Spin up thunderstorms that could produce. A, little rotation and a quick tornado or certainly some straight line wind damage that's what we've got to look forward to here over the. Next couple of hours and I'm going to be back every ten. Minutes with a complete update rain. And severe thunderstorms here the next couple of hours I'll keep you. Up to date on WBZ News Radio ten, thirty thank you dean. And speaking. Of flooding in Lynchburg Virginia the college lake dam. Overflowed threatening. More than one. Hundred homes so far officials are confident that with, little or no rain in the forecast for today the damn will hold now they promised to fix the dam which is a. Tremendous relief to people who live. Downstream correspondent chip Reid has more from where I'm standing I can. See a big gap oh maybe twenty feet long in the. Dam where the water that was Surging over, the dam knocked out a wall and a portion of the old dam New Hampshire had some powerful thunderstorms yesterday lightning set off a. Fire at the Hopkinton library it was put out quickly but workers are trying to, preserve as many books as possible no one was hurt there were some, down trees flash flooding in Manchester for some road closures. The water was waist deep in some areas before receding, Friday night. More rain in. The forecast for today California is fighting, sixteen wildfires at last count the ranch fire in northern California. Where two fires have merged has destroyed forty one homes and force more evacuations in Mendocino. And lake counties we. Get, more on that from KPI PIX, televisions Elizabeth cook ranch fire around the eastern shore of clear. Lake now covers an area the size of. San Jose and it's just twenty, eight, percent contained a red flag warning in effect for the fire zone Things could get worse this weekend fire covers more than one hundred fifteen thousand acres or. About one hundred eighty square miles and some evacuation, orders have, been lifted near reading where the car fire has killed six people it is now thirty nine percent, contained the PawSox make a move that they describe as cautionary will explain in a few minutes WBZ news time is ten oh three. It's time now for traffic and weather together we begin with the Subaru retailers of New. England all-wheel-drive traffic on the threes brought to you by Bernie and Phil's furniture and here's rob hackler and art. It is tough ride out west at Tana's you've been hearing the weather we've got the. Rain making I have really wet. Roads seeing the pike westbound is starting to really slow down around one twenty. Two and military in its heavy most of the way out towards eighty four in Sturbridge with reduced speeds on eighty four in Sturbridge is well the drive time on the, pike westbound. Is starting to jump up from framingham disturb ridge it is about. Fifty five minutes so getting close to an hour drive time through that stretch. Of the pike also. Watch out for work crews onto ninety on the eastbound side near main street in Shrewsbury to ninety, west his work crews near Salman pond road in church street one five southbound he's heavy before. Sixty two down two to ninety north of town ninety five north is slaughtered Seabrook New Hampshire up towards the Hampton tolls downtown Picking up company on the Leverett connector. Getting onto Storrow drive keep. In mind. Downtown the pike both ways you've got lane. Restrictions for the work of the Kama bridge eastbound, two lanes open westbound one lane open northbound expressway heavy approaching the O'Neill, tunnel route three is busy near. Derby street and down at the Cape you've. Got about a two and. A half mile backup at. The sagamore inborn bridges next report ten thirteen. WBZ's traffic on the threes no one likes to pay taxes this week at Bernie.

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Sam Darnold participates in first minicamp practice with New York Jets

The Rich Eisen Show

01:30 min | 3 years ago

Sam Darnold participates in first minicamp practice with New York Jets

"Yes he did a excellent job with with the dry thing i've really enjoyed myself thanks you would just handle it man it was a wonderful wonderful job appreciate that the thank you jeff preciado it week one first monday night football game of the year joe tessa tour jason whitten's first game jets lions it will be matt patricia first game as head coach bela checks defensive disciple against sam bradford i mean sam donald make book on that it's gonna be sam darnold sam darnold is going to be the starting quarterback of the new york jets donny may not make the team hackenberg still they're all cording to minnie's meta little shaky for sam darnold and the rest of the offense in the first eleven on a level is hey look at least he's consistent do not bow he's for all of these rookie you wanna hear the damage that he's done at raf go for to fumbled snaps he's got the small hand to sacks a dropped pass on a false start he is your starting quarterback of the new york jets it will be sam darnold monday night football in detroit and then the third sunday night football game of the year is bella check in that building gets matt patricia so the lines are going to be front and center first month of the season let's go back to the phone lines here on the rich eisen show john redding california where i had my first television started krc rtd abc affiliate spirit of the no state what's up.

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Proposal trying to make NFL kickoffs 'more of a punt play'

FOX Sports Radio

02:32 min | 3 years ago

Proposal trying to make NFL kickoffs 'more of a punt play'

"Richardson tuesday may i two eight eastern time bryant still without a team still not signed his former quarterback tony romo talked about this after his us open qualifying round yesterday the espn he said there's a lot of teams he could help one thing i don't know how many teams will do their homework on it but dez is a good teammate if i was talking to any gm's or coaches i would tell them he's not going to hurt the locker room in any possible way he's gonna come out they'll be a great teammate and i think you'll have a couple options and i heard by the way every evaluator i spoke to with the draft who thought it was a wise play on his part to not sign a long term due to go one year and prove the all sean jeffrey route essentially so we'll see now everybody's got us now we know what the the wide receiver needy teams are in the nfl after the draft and fascinating thing is an telling you it's gonna come back one more time certainly of whitten goes into monday night football booth or the thursday night football booth one of them k that quarterback needy teams dallas i'm running a wide receiver needy team is dallas they already said the doors close it's over it's over over reunion possible it's i obviously they've closed the door multiple times it's over we're moving on we'll see how we're design and we'll see what the dallas cowboys wanna do stranger things have happened sir that's very true nfl real changes talked about him earlier with john lynch nfl executive troy vincent talked to at the week's today coaching summit on new proposed rule changes looks like the way he's going to try to do something about kickoffs not looking to get rid of kickoffs vincent said rather revise them and making the place safer vincent said he hopes to exit this week's meetings at the league office with a new kickoff proposal to bring to the owner meetings where this month i don't know what that would be one extra one and you do keep that in your back pocket if you need non side kick at the end of the.

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