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"world magazine" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show
"I should tell you that some fact checkers on facebook who are left leaning reached out to government bureaucrats in california who denied. This was a problem so if you make this argument on facebook you're gonna be flagged for disinformation but it actually is real information and if you reach out to the trucking companies in california not the government democrat progressive bureaucrats defending the law. The independent contractors. Like they'll tell you. This is a real problem in california in california. They passed a law. That says if you are an independent contractor and you're doing work for a company and to some degree you do it on a routine basis. You're an employee. The way independent contractor law typically works if you set the time by which you want to work for someone and you control that time and you control how you do your work. Then you're an independent contractor if your employer controls if the person you're working for controls the time you work and how you do your work then you're an employee you control the time he worked at how you do your work. You're an independent contractor. So i for example i. I'm an independent contractor. For i write a column for world magazine and i'm an independent contractor. I write when. I want to write. And i write about what i want to write. They don't tell me what to write. They don't tell me when to write. They don't control my workflow. I'm an independent contractor. But in california i would be an employee and they therefore would not hire me because i write regularly for them and they regularly and it's an ongoing relationship so i would be an independent contractor uber drivers in california where this was really the law. It was to get uber and lift So many people out there in the gig economy worked for these companies and they. They set their own hours. But they're doing it for this company or regular basis therefore california decided you actually. Our employees will trucking companies in california. Who often contract with independent contractors to drive their trucks can't do that anymore if they go over a certain number of hours in their work relationship. Those independent contractors are now considered employees. And if you're a trucking company their.
"world magazine" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"I i had a so like it goes deep like this is very very meaningful to him so i think tom will be all over this. I could see them. Doing a nedley makes the most sense to me then playing the full song so that you can like you can get all the solos in. You'll really like cram them in ritz. Yeah but like if they place on crazy train makes a lot of sense. That's not only a crowd-pleaser but that like you like we've said before like really showcases. What randy did so. Well i'm trying to think of sean. Does anyone else come to mind as like a descendant of randy that you could see the rock hall involving of the tribute. Yeah i could see zach wild who was actually someone who followed randoms. Footsteps took the is he gave there was gene. Helium anzac wild because zach was very similar in that even when when is the biggest randy rhoads load area. Always got the long blonde hair class. Dr but he had his own style but when it came to playing those randy parts he played them with precision. Any treated him. He always in the press treated randy with reverence. And i think he did a lot for carrying on that tradition. I was looking up zac while 'cause whose this person i don't know this person with two. Uk's wild with the worse some things we gotta talk about are the names of his children. The names of zach while children his firstborn there are one two three four names before we get so wild and the four names are hendrix. Halen michael roads. Wild is an aim of one trial out his status. His first child's name. What is his second child's name ever wild age so you've got gb page in there too. Didn't they didn't listen on the one i'm looking at and then we have haley ray wildest one jesse wild okay. He's all the names on their first kid. I cannot believe the name of of. That's that's really something like hundreds halen. Michael roads while. Wow okay sorry. So yeah maybe i don't i don't know if he's well known enough. I think he'll be prompt. Maybe in the if they do a da. I could see him in the tribute as well. He is ready. Roads is the most prominent and well known and famous ozzy guitar player. But zac wild is a close second. I remember growing up getting guitar. World magazine my man's on the cover a lot and whereas randy had the black and white polka dots zack's was a black and white like target and he's wearing a kilt in some picks to cool guy. Loud facial hair seems very metal..
"world magazine" Discussed on The Relationship School Podcast
"Spending more time doing yoga but never really got. I had a little bit of work done on my knee. Like just to get out of pain from like a chiropractor body joint chiropractor he's actually and and then i just kind of waited it out then i was. I could go back to running. Not marathons that i was still running far. Didn't you say you Also sought some counsel from runner's world magazine. A we were laughing so hard about this. 'cause i felt really educated because i was like will i make in runner's world magazine steadily some like exercises to do or maybe that's got the running shoe idea which i'm sure maybe mentioned we're old but now twenty years after that and is really like actually your bio mechanics like the way you land in. Push off your toe and like all. This stuff is like that's been there. This full-time never never addressed from from a real specialist. How i was moving. And i always thought i could then years down the road like i get hurt in yoga and then i You know get some bodywork. But like i get out of peeing that i would never never really never really occurred to me that there was a structural issue that i could actually do something about that. Would prevent moore injury down the road now. do you think there was also some practitioners. That said that you weren't available to hear it or was it that no one was you. Were just not asking the deeper. You were just sort of taking their word for it when they said oh. This'll help and then you say okay this. Yeah sure this helps or was it's funny. I think it's a little bit of both. I would say i'm sure someone said martin someone might have sent. You really should see fiscal their fast and looking bio mechanics. That totally could've been said. I don't remember. I know i sought out pain. Relief and people helped me with that which was awesome and some of my structural issues. Like i did kind of body work that really works under structure. So i i was looking deeper things but moving that earn yoga. May teachers helping me to do my yoga postures better but now that like i it seems like all these years what i've done cap peeling back. The layers more and more to now. I'm at the foundation. Mike hot wedges actually move through space like not doing you roster not trying to run like just just walking sitting bending over to pick something up like how does all that i actually functioning do. I have functional lament in all those giants and everything else now. i'm. I'm just sort of looking at that and it feels like if i'd done that twenty years ago i wouldn't be here doing physical therapy right now. You know that. I was just looking for. Get me back out running as soon as i can't get me back practicing yoga since i can You know. I had a lot of little injuries. Nothing major but they were all pointing to imbalances that that now i really understand and doing something about totally still laughing about how like. I just can't not really..
"world magazine" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Other shows. In addition to that one ready for your holiday listening while you're cooking or shopping online or whatever, anyway, this American life dot org's slash 25 years And with that we have arrived in act three of our show at three the rest of his life. So some of us here at the radio show, read this essay back in June. That really got to us that Mitchell s Jackson wrote about a 25 year old. Yes, it is about Ahmad Armory. Was 25 when he was pursued by three white men in Georgia and shot to death while out for a run. Essay was published in Runner's World magazine and as you'll hear it leans into the running parts of things just look a little bit, but it's also so much more than that. Mitchell talked to Ahmad's closest friends and his family members. Create a portrait of a modern breed that is really unlike anything else we had seen about him. Asked Mitchell to adapt a version of his essay for our program today. Here he is. Mod, Omri, by all accounts, love to run. But he wasn't by his own account. A runner. There's no evidence of my training for tin case or full or half marathons or obsessing over his miles or PR times. He loved it. My would run in the white T shirt and khaki shorts. He'd run shirtless and basketball shorts. He'd run in a tank top and hope shoes as his day. One homeboy came some zit. He could run in anything. When King was home from college, he and my work crews to one end of the longest spanning bridge and all of Georgia. They do some warm up stretching and job back and forth across it a distance of just under three miles. Repair would keep a steady pace. But sometimes Quim says Mod would push him on February 23rd of this year. My went out for a run. The location of this round was a subdivision and Glynn County called Attila Shores. It's a neighborhood of waterfront properties of upper and middle class families of retired folk and fresh transplants. No one can know for sure the route he took before we just until its shores. That he set off from his home. So that means there's a good chance not his run. He passed homes flying the Confederate flag or the don't tread on me. Gats and Flag and Hello, homes, warning, no trespassing. By February, 23rd. When Ma went jogging, he was dressed and light colored lo talk Nikes on white T shirt and khaki cargo shorts. Mod who was 25 years old, jogged alone. Modest family home in Brunswick. The one where he lived at the time he was killed is a mere two miles from Attila Shores. But in meaningful ways, it's almost another country. Matter of fact, the poverty rate of way young black residents call the wick. Is a staggering 38%. The wick is where mind Marquez Armory was born on May 8th 1994. It was a third beloved child of Wonder, Cooper, Jones and Marcus are very senior. The working class.
"world magazine" Discussed on The Lucky Few
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"world magazine" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA
"Seven Rolling Stone magazine put Eddie Van Halen at number eight in its list of the one hundred greatest guitarists and in Twenty Twelve Guitar World Magazine Ranked Number One of its list of the one hundred greatest guitar of. Time this says Eddie Van Halen loses his long battle with cancer at the age of sixty five now in addition to his son, Wolfgang and his brother and Van Halen is survived by his wife. Jany van Halen whom he married in two thousand nine. Point can kind of reminds us all. Of our own mortality. Then came across this piece this morning out of the USA today singer and composer Johnny. Nash? That's known for his nineteen seventy-two comeback hit I can see clearly now also died on Tuesday he was eighty Nash who had been in declining health died of natural causes at his home in Houston the city of his birth this according to his son Johnny Nash Junior. Nash's biggest hits where the early reggae tunes hold me tight. This was a number five hit in one, thousand, nine, hundred, sixty, eight, and nineteen, seventy, two's. Written by Bob, Marley but Nash was best known for the Enduring Regi employee reggae influenced hit I. can see clearly now you know he was one of the first non Jamaican singers to record reggae music and Kingston Jamaica where he traveled Tom Well, he actually performed there in one, thousand, nine, hundred, Sixty, eight, the single. I can see clearly now sold over one million copies reached number one on the billboard hot one, hundred November nineteen, seventy, two remaining at the top of the charts for four weeks. The ultimately optimistic song has.
"world magazine" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Get going for she Nice and use No nose so close. She names I know Jews did a sign just like that. Oh, that sign was annoying back then, and wait and wait. He takes a morning train the 9 to 5 again. Okay, Gotta point. Alright. Have avoid this slide One past you In the name of the sign. It is called Morning train. Interesting tidbit Prince when it was released? No, he did work with her a little bit here. He worked her throne. You've got the look. Yeah. Did worked on her with that sugar walls song we care, And I think they want anyone from the Batman soundtrack. Yes, And I believe in Devil Ryan. They liked he loved each other for a time. In of in the best way possible. Yes, I'm sure that what you're talking when that song came out in the morning. That's called nine. Wait, Wait. Where was this thing Lori thinks would be funny if people went to people's funeral. I said instead have been said how many venereal diseases that you got from the people in the audience that was earlier in our show. No can go backwards or playing two games to the moment. You gave her a piece of this, maybe ball. You didn't wear a gun in there. All right. Go back here. I think they'll be a promo out of that bitch. Really? There isn't no no Well, who care Don't say you can say that. It's very showbiz. You are but dry. Rocco, This is fun. We've all chance out of three day weekends. We really do By the time you give you it's like, whoa. This guy like, um, Okay again, we're doing songs about working work. The working man labouring for Labor Day We can A number four. There's a 1964 Beatles song that opens with what Guitar World Magazine calls a hard day's night. Yes, Thiss apparently is a G seventh suspended fourth Corps. Let's hear it. You know, they retire, like ever. G seven. Suspended. Yeah, Seventh suspended. Fourth user is a pick up line this by my G seven suspended. Fort Worth? Yeah, day planned. Nelson. I have to write it on my hand..
"world magazine" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Know Jews did a sign just like that. Oh, that sign was annoying back then, and wait and wait. He takes a morning train takes the 9 to 5 again. Okay. Gotta point. Alright. Have avoids any slide room. Best young. What's the name of the sign? It is called Morning train. Interesting tidbit friends when it was released? No, he did work with her a little bit. He would come He worked her through. And you've got the look. Yeah, it worked on her with that sugar walls song we care, And I think they want anyone from the Batman soundtrack. Yes, And I believe our medieval Ryan they liked he loved each other for a time. In of in the best way possible. Yes, I'm sure that what you're talking when that song came out in the end, it's called nine. Wait, Wait. Where was this thing Lori thinks would be funny if people went to people's funeral. I said instead have been said how many venereal diseases that you got from the people in the audience That was earlier in our show. No backwards or playing two games to the moment you gave a piece to this made people you didn't wear a gun in there. All right, go back here. I think they'll be a promo out of that bitch. Really? There isn't no no Well, who care? Don't say who can say that? It's very showbiz. You are but dry. Rocco, This is the way of all chance out of three day weekends. We really do By the time you give you it's like, whoa. This guy like, um, Okay again, we're doing songs about working work. The working man labouring for Labor Day weekend. A number four. There's a 1964 Beatles song that opens with what Guitar World Magazine calls a hard day's night. Yes, Thiss apparently is a G seventh suspended fourth Corps. Let's hear it. And I get tired like G seven. Suspended seventh suspended. Fourth user is a pick up line this by my G seven suspended. Fort Worth? Yeah, day Band. Nelson. I have to write it on my hand. And I.
"world magazine" Discussed on CNN 10 (video)
"Map World magazine says one out of five companies have check employees, computer files, Voice Electronic Mail tracking employees place is nothing new companies have been legally allowed to check employees, work emails and phone calls. For decades. The privacy experts worry tracking employees physical locations with this kind of technology isn't the best solution for Post Cove nineteen workplace. You can't wait employer for being concerned about social distancing. What having wall-to-wall video cameras is a terrible answer. Is Not, enough the employer can't do anything about two employs not this city and that's who they are. and. Cameo insist that they're tracking technologies, keep employees, data private, and that ultimately it's up the employers to ensure that the technology isn't abused. You don't collect information about a user other than maybe something company gives us to make context to national to the device that completely ID and from our perspective we have no idea what that is the person that looks at the video they recognize you just like they would review any other security video then yes, there's. That way that you could recognize in the data itself, there's no personally identifiable information. Still privacy advocates argue that the employees themselves could be just as effective rather than monitoring them with this kind of technology. The just reflected habit of nerve employers than soon they've gotta come down from the coffee. Controls. Instead of working employee's solve the broader. For Ten minutes ten today, there's probably not a long list of animals you'd want to have watching you sleep but then new in Belgium. That's kind of the point it's zoo it's a hotel. It's a place where you can watch TV and alive Walrus in your own living room starting at one hundred and fifty dollars a night. This hotel also features. Rooms views of Wolves Tigers bears by. So it's Kinda like camping with a window to the wild, a window that stays closed. You pray. So you're not pray if the eye of the tiger gets trained on you could you bear it or would you wanNA wall rush out of there after a sleepless night? It's all food for thought foreseen intent on.
"world magazine" Discussed on The World and Everything In It
"Gotten involved with it, thank you and I. Also want to repeat what we've tried to emphasize here that we understand the economically perilous times we're in that. We know you may not be in a position to give in. We respect that right and we do take that seriously, and so our appeal is only to you. You who have the ability to give right now and to you I'd like to stress the importance of this mission of biblically objective journalism, your support of course powers, the team of reporters and editors responsible for world magazine, also the team that produces daily reporting in the sift and all of the other reporting roundups. We offer online on life education. The Arts poverty-fighting family the world of science and. As well as religious liberty, and it's your support that makes this program possible. It makes possible things like are effective compassion podcast new plans as well such as the legal docket podcast, which we've targeted for release in July a big exciting by the way. Mary I have heard this from time to time. As we've been working on a big exciting, scary project, big, exciting and scary. Yes, indeed, because seriously now I want it to be worthy of your support. One of our core values is that we strive to earn your trust day after day story after story. Story Program after program new launch new launch, but the task here is even bigger than products. It's about independent, Christian journalism itself. We train new reporters through the World Journalism Institute. It's college students, just starting out or people like me a lawyer in mid career, looking to use my legal training to explain the rule of law as broadly as possible that educational prong of the mission applies to journalism training. Even if you never enroll in Wj I may explain what I mean by that, we seek to promote a broad understanding of what journalism is all about because. Because we want you to know the nuts and bolts of it so that you can better discern all the journalism coming at you every day from all kinds of places so that you're better equipped to separate the true from the false bottom line..
"world magazine" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
"And I'm not saying I eat dog but ethically there's no difference if you're eating dog and reading how they're both animals okay that's likely for me and I'm not saying has to be the same for you but for the people who who now down beef and chicken and pork and veal and then go and my god I can't go there that dog well there's no difference you're eating animal no difference whatsoever to me I don't like that they eat snakes I love snakes what am I gonna get outraged no because Ali to check it and to me if you're going to eat a chicken you need to stay National Geographic in that respect source yeah it is because one of the most underrated magazines one of the most influential magazines of my life besides cracked mad and crazy and games was National Geographic world I guarantee you no one else listening remembers it but there is a National Geographic yellow bordered magazine that you get in the classroom and my mom really my mom and dad fostered my love for animals by getting me any book or magazine whatever that I wanted if it was somewhat educational so I subscribe to National Geographic world magazine for kids from about nineteen seventy five until about nineteen eighty three or so so yes I I use National Geographic as a trusted source why did they say that there will be so I'm just reading an article about about what is wrong with the wet markets saying that it's wet because there's live fishing open top there splashing water all over the place the counter tops of the stalls are red with the blood of the animals that are that are that are gutted and filleted right in front of the customers eyes yeah to me there's more dignity and that and more honesty in that then there is allowing a slaughter house to do it for you you're probably right on that I'll give you that because if we did it like that not that the animals are probably necessarily being treated humanely at the wet market they're not being treated humanely anywhere you're killing right by definition you can't treat something humanely by killing and eating it and again I'm not a vegan I'll eat meat a lot and bows graciously would you dog yeah about koalas I don't eat alligator because I love alligator I would prefer not to eat dog but if you had it repaired a certainly and other people were eating it if you tell me cals are not domesticated animals you're wrong there are there are farmers who keep cals as their pets so those are domesticated animals trucker Tony a live who are you to a giant I.
"world magazine" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast
"Everyone is that with although Davis and Courtney Garza She is a partner of ours. would veg. World magazine. Courtney is the editor in chief of that world's world magazine and the CO founder of sprinkles creative a Dallas based social media marketing agency. Courtney's also a social media influencers providing followers with an inside look into the Vegan lifestyle offering recommendations reviews and tips for living begins. You can find her on Instagram at color. The Courtney her website is judge world MAG DOT COM. I feel very passionate about what we're about to talk about and Like a lot of people. I had no idea that there were any wet markets in the United States so being the wet markets in the. Us is what we're talking about today. So this article in your latest issue of federal magazine Vegan attorney petitions to shut down and banned all live animal wet markets. Okay like I said I've heard what is only because they have been reported in the news recently as being a potential ground zero for the Kobe. Nineteen out for like what are wet markets for people out there that don't know and can you explain what people can purchase at one of these. Disgusting Markets. Yeah it's pretty awful We do we have Eighty actually Reported wet markets in New York Feta Yeah so it's it's pretty awful You know. Cbs News really big Publications that aren't just Vegan also have been reporting on it and so basically this attorney that we work with as well. He's calling to you know. One regulate these markets because they are unregulated flyer houses basically Four chickens for pigs for cows. And it's crazy that it's happening here in America when we think that it's just you know far off in another country and the continent but no it's it's happening here. It's it's pretty crazy Thousands of these operations actually are happening around Our our state So that's unbelievable. Yeah well and I work with closely but I don't know how I missed this one but clearly I did. I thought this was just something that you see in China. I know that you know the. Us of course is very multicultural in the big cities I would think that I'm thinking of other cities you see. Is this just a New York thing or does it happen like in San Francisco and some other Dig Metro areas typically on the bigger areas New York is just. You know kind of a hotbed for a lot of this. As we know a lot of people are getting sick and New York right now and it's because of this Primarily I mean obviously also because people are just giving out when they shouldn't be But I I think this is the route. This is the root for sure of So many illnesses for Kobe right now and I think it's just crazy. And as we know that the definition of a wet market is because it's wet with. I hate these terms but blood and guts and feces. And that's kind of what's really getting into our systems obviously as these animals are infected And then there's onto us so I just some of the Android I mean. Certainly we've evolved beyond this that we feel that we can just victimize and torture and murder any species of that we want. I'm just disgusted by it. I I don't ever and I'm glad that I don't I just I just. It's repulsive to me. It really is. I've seen some of the images of course You know over the last couple of months and it's just like what are we thinking? Is She as a human race in the hell. Are we thinking right? It's insane I mean. Luckily there's petitions now Tissue these markets down so there is something you can do. You can't just sit around fear we've grown on already. We don't need more sitting around here so I if there's something you can do. There's an active way to participate. And if you go to our latest issue you can see that Not Are Lazy issue. I'm sorry on our news page You can go and click the links to get involved with this attorney you know. See if there's a way that you can send the petition even if you're not in New York you still because it's going to affect you even if you're not in New York right now. Well you featured an article veg world magazines. Is there anything else that you can find the issue and How can listeners get to the magazine by simply going to? That's real MAG DOT com. Yes yes about that veg. World Mag DOT COM. Everything's free. Everything's pretty easy to navigate. You can even type in our search bar system Which is right there on the right size when you go to the website What markets if that's easier for you and then we'll take you directly to the article that I'm talking about so That's just how yeah. So this Karusa. She's the attorney in New York. The state to ban these types of markets Yeah and so how many how many signatures? So they have to have to get some sort of legal action in place. I'm not I'm not particularly on. How many per se. I think I know she's pretty close to her Cap Off there because she keeps. She's she hasn't been pushing it as much because I think that she was either closed. Their she made it But she's been going on my to so many different platforms to give people one just educated on this. And that's why I'm so happy to be on this. Call right now to talk about it because yeah we don't know people don't know and I think that's the biggest thing is Whether you are able to sign the petition or whether you are You know in a kind of hotbeds. Make me work or not. It's just good to know what you can do. Educate you know on one. You know if you want to start off with a perfect Kinda compromise just know your meat comes from. I mean I is as much as I hate to say that obviously I know. Everybody's in their own journey and their place but the fact that these wet markets do exist is just ridiculous. I don't care if you are meter or not we. I think we all can agree that this type of environment for animals and only meat in general is is like you said barbaric and just so backwards and I think that The more we know about it the more we can show these places down and at least at the very least get more humane practices. You know now that I know about it I'm going to be unstoppable and I'm asking everyone out there listening please You know just for the sake of humanity to please do whatever you can to sign the petition. Where do they go to sign a sufficient? Please are listeners. Please do this. Yes and upcoming days. Where do they go? So you go to Their website which is the BEAVER JUDGE DOT COM. That's that's her company Caruso crumbs cranes. I don't know I'm not sure how to pronounce her. Navy there But yeah so you you go to that Her website and they have a link there So that's the big thing I think I'm trying to find it now and you know what I'm trying to find exactly because I know that there's a lot. There's only so much we can do as a I guess a society but at the Pierre on power like people with a law degree and people Kinda on legislative Kind of practices. That are able to do something and that might be the issue right. Now that I'm kind of facing I'm trying to look up this link now myself so I apologize. I think things have changed since we we published it It might be in the kind of Brown's of simply waiting it out. And so she and people like her are able to You know kind of use their their skills here to fight for us Yeah it's it's. It's pretty remarkable that it goes on anywhere in the world but especially here in the US and New York City nonetheless. I mean it's like I said it said are Eric. I said Neanderthal. It just shouldn't be happening. We do not get a right as humans can just do whatever the hell we want other animals that includes you know people that are so stupid they get their bb guns out and shoot squirrels for funds. It's not okay. It's just no way to do that. Or a bird or anything else. And it's just it's got to stop if we ever want succeed as a as a the human race ever wants to truly evolve and really be where we need to be in sync with Mother Nature. This kind of stuff must stop because it is wrong on every level. So right up today Courtney. I know I know but hey it's at the heart of the swallow this big pill of what's reality of what's happening but more than we can conceptualize but the more that we can ended absolutely and I. I'm thankful for you and all the work that you do and I love being partnered with you and thank you so much And you take care will report on this again in a couple of weeks. Because it's something I want to do something about an everyone. Go ahead absolutely I was GonNa say and everyone I wanNA leave you with a positive note. for sure because I know that was pretty heavy. We just got our newest issue of world literally just a few days ago. It's the athlete issues. All of you. you know athletes out there whether you are being or you just you know bench curious. there's tons of great stuff and information in there for you really unique stories And it's free so there's nothing to hold you back off on our website. Nice Nice well have a great weekend and thank you so much for being the forefront of the and we we were right there behind you so let us know any way we can help Courtney Garza Win MAG DOT COM. We'll be right back everyone. We definitely tubes coming out that you wanted to start an in home garden. I know I have been wanting to garden for years. I can't wait to hear what she has to say at to say that he you're listening to one life radio.
Saucony Reduces Carbon Footprint with Biodegradable Shoe
"Friendly pledges coming from the shoe industry. Making and selling shoes has been inherently unfriendly to the planet takes a lot of water tons of plastic a tremendous amount of emission releasing global transportation. And so on shoe. Leather comes from cattle sometimes in Brazil which contributes to rainforest destruction there. It's enough to make going barefoot. Sound like the only responsible thing to do some might say until now Sony Ran. Its first ever super bowl ad announcing that. It's developing a biodegradable shoe. The ad features hundreds of shoes levitating into the air of voiceover says what if all the shoes we threw away actually went away the idea. The company cleverly said to reduce its footprint for good get it to reduce waste keeping true to its mission. The shoes in the ad were mostly computer generated images according to the drama and advertising industry newsletter. The company donated the small number of real shoes us to the Boston. Rescue mission according to runner's World magazine. Salkin he will make the new shoe without plastics bioplastics or plastic derivatives. The Boston based company said it will craft the shoe using techniques from the late eighteen. Hundreds and that it will manufacture it using less electricity than a typical shoe requires. Sony also said it won't use petroleum based GLUES or threads. The shoe will be part of the company's originals brand Adidas also use the Super Bowl to promote sustainability but that company focused on fields not feet to wit adidas built. The first football field made completely from recycled plastic bottles. The vivid Greenfield made with one point. Eight million recycled bottles open last week. At Miami Edison High School to celebrate high school students were scheduled to play in a tournament wearing football uniforms and cleats made from. What else recycled plastic adidas also plans to make fifteen to twenty million pairs of shoes using ocean? Plastic this year according to CNBC lest you think however that it's only sake and adidas competing to outdo each other in eco-friendliness well it's not the entire athletic shoe. Industry is Racing to achieve at least the image of planet positively Nike will address. It's twenty twenty Olympic athletes and uniforms made of recycled polyester and ground up shoe parts the Team USA outfits which looked pretty nifty by the way are said to be made almost completely from recycled materials according to CNBC with more and more millennials making shopping decisions based on values the desire
"world magazine" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM
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"KFI AM six forty. You have Dr Wendy Walsh with you. Thank you to all the people on Instagram said, such nice things about my clean minimalist living room living area, and yes, I don't have small children anymore. And yes, there were years of some primary colors in there when I do believe that even children need somewhat organized spaces. So I would, you know, neatly stack their toys in the areas. And I wasn't it's not OCD that's different. That's where you lose your mind over, if it's not lined up correctly moments like that. I mean. Okay. So I have the luxury of every second week, a beautiful woman, and her friend come in to help me clean, my house, and I pre- clean before they come. But then after they come I do come in the house, my favorite moment. Is going to straighten everything know they pull out the chairs they sweep whatever and I straighten everything and in cheered inch their line everything up. And I just go. I feel so relaxed because I am minimalist I will say that here's some interesting research on our spaces by the way, one study from gardeners world magazine some bias there found that eighty percent of people with gardens are happy with their lives. I will add that nurturing the life of anything a pet a flower of edged box makes you a better person, and you'll be happier when you continue to help people, and plants live, and also there's research to show that being in nature is good for our mood. Another survey of seventy thousand people found that those who kept their bed tidy and made it in the morning, we're more likely to hit the gym on a regular basis. Well, I would say that just show somebody would discipline, right? Who's a little bit organized. I don't always make my bed because sometimes on the weekends I leave a messy beautiful white linen bed. Linen ingratiates, I leave it a little crumpled, because I look, longingly back at it and sometimes think me to get back in without book, and warm lot. So some days, I don't other days. Like, if I know I'm going to have a really long hard, work day. I make my bed meticulously because I want to come in and go. And then it can dive right into my bet. So I have there's some psychology to bed making. What else want to add that the? Basically, the stuff in our house is related to our identity and how we want people to believe we are, which is, who we are, by the way, for instance, if you look at that picture on my, what do you call that a sofa table behind the sofa. I don't think you can zoom in and actually see it, but I think it's either wired magazine or scientific America and the top issue has a lawn almost like I'd say, Bino girl with dark glasses and the big headline is reveal your inner genius, like just leave that up there. It's outdated as few months old. But I always leave it there, because then people think oh, she must be smart. Must have smart house. See you want. Other people to think how you would like to think of yourself, and while we're analyzing me, why not we're here. Let's do it together. I might as well self analyze my whole life growing up when I was young. There was a lot of emphasis placed on my physical self I happen to be tall thin attractive. I model. Blah, blah, blah, who cares? You don't want to hear about the plight of the pretty girl. However, nobody could hear me talk 'cause they were distracted by looks and nobody could believe I was smart because they have these ideas that if you're tractive you can't be smart. Like even some of you amazing athletes out there. You know, are all pumped up with muscles can't be smart or an athlete. Maybe a can not the two aren't synonymous. All right. Let's move onto wedding, shall we? It is wedding season. I'm going to one in two weeks. But it's a surprise to not tell you know, because it's very far away. Same not to tell you who's wedding or where or who you could blow it for me, but it's very far away, and I will have to get on a plane. And I'm surprising the person because I've declined and they think I can't make it but I arranged. I'm not going to like, screw up the food and the place settings. And all that there's somebody involved who knows. I'm gonna show up and we'll make the surprise happen. Okay. So let's talk about weddings June is the big wedding season and bridezillas get a really bad rap. Right. Because the bride ends up holding all the tension for the entire wedding party for both families for all the siblings, the bride ends up being the depository for everybody else's crap. And then she will joyfully acted out because that's her job to be the bridezilla. But the truth is, there's a lot going on at weddings, a lot of psychology between families. They also mentioned before the break because it had this friend who was a makeup artist. And she did a lot of weddings and I said, I rolled my eyes when she said, she did, a lot of weddings. She's like every weekend. She has one in the summer and I kinda rolled my eyes. Oh, you have to deal with all those bridezilla. She's the bride's never the problem, not like the. Unmarried sister of the bride. She goes that one wants to look like a Hooker. She wants to just strap her mate status out there. So anyway, there there's all kinds of stuff going on. So let's start with the big one. The big one is that a couple is having a conflict between their identity as a couple and their identity as a family member of their family of origin. And when a couple comes together, what is relationship is a bridge between families and they're going to be traditions life values shared goals priorities that might involve religious beliefs political beliefs financial beliefs dietary values and it all comes to a head at the wedding. What you not having a rabbi. You're having a priest, you're not eating vegan. Where's the beef for your father in law? Right. That's really what's going on. Is that you are leaving. Right. And groom behind some of the values of your family of origin. And you're also fighting for your family of origin to retain some sense of identity at that wedding. Okay. When we come back, I've got a few more things that are going on at weddings and also some tips for gay weddings. It's not much different but you gotta educate a few people. All right. You're listening to the doctor Wendy Walsh show on KFI AM, six forty Larry parole has the news for us. Officials had said need a fork, have refused? A request by the California horse racing board to suspend racing at the track for the remaining seven days of the season. The denial comes after twenty eighth horse was euthanized yesterday after suffering an injury during the days tenth raise the board says it does not have the authority to suspend a race or remove race dates without the approval of the racetrack up, raider, the number of deaths at the track have prompted calls from animal animal rights groups, and some politicians to halt racing at Santa, Anita or even ban. The sport in California altogether highway.
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"As freely and gene Simmons seemed to have forgotten how to kiss and make up freely slam Simmons in Facebook post, Tuesday after Simmons told guitar world magazine that he wasn't sure both ace, and Peter Chris would ever be part of the band officially again. He said ace and Peter have gotten three chances. They were in and out of the ban fired three times for drugs, alcohol bad behavior, being unprofessional. They weren't carrying their load freely responded saying, gene, your memory is really incorrect. I was never fired from kiss. I quit twice of my own free will because you Paul are control freaks untrustworthy. And we're too difficult to work with Michelle Pollino, Fox News. But how do you really feel Lord of the rings Helmer? Peter Jackson has signed on to direct documentary about the Beatles. Recording of let it be in nineteen sixty nine Jackson will tap fifty five hours of never released behind the scenes footage. Now, the project is said to have the cooperation from principals and the widows, Sir, Paul McCartney, sir ring. Ngo's star Yoko Ono Lennon and Olivia Harrison let it be was released in nineteen seventy months after the band broke up after reviewing all the footage and audio that Michael Lindsay Hogg shot eighteen months before they broke up at simply an amazing. Historical treasure trove. That's what Jackson told the Hollywood reporter. He said sure there's moments of drama, but none of the discord this project has long been associated with. So watching John Paul George and Ringo worked together. He says creating now classic songs from scratch is not only fascinating. It's funny. It's uplifting. And it is surprisingly intimate. So Peter Jackson will direct that Beatles documentary. Let it be. I couldn't believe it yesterday. I'm watching the network news, Christina, and I really started to think how old I am because it was fifty years ago yesterday that the Beatles did that infamous ad-lib rooftop concert in the UK. Oh, wow. Is that fifty years ago yesterday option that they were only together seven years imagine that? Followings? Wow. At for for all of that body of work. They were together for seven years in that. Is it mazing? That's amazing. Yeah. Surest talked about the halftime a little bit earlier for the Super Bowl about the much anticipated Super Bowl commercials. A thirty second Super Bowl ad can cost more than five million bucks. More than one hundred million people in the US are expected to tune into Sunday's game on CBS. So it star power this year, apparently, Sarah, Michelle Gellar makes a horror movie parody for Jeff bridges, and Sarah. Jessica parker. They tell Stiller Artois. I saw that one. It's very funny, but you gotta be hip to sex in the city and the big lebowski to get it actor Steve Carell hawks Pepsi to star power big time in the Super Bowl ads. Apparently, the big theme is a return to light hearted humor. But will it sell the brand? That's always the big question view old favorites returning Anheuser Busch. Trying out it's famous clydesdales. They're going to pull a dalmatian dog through a field populated with windmills. To the tune of Bob Dylan's blowing in the wind to promote the idea that Budweiser is brewed with energy from wind power as for celebrities. Look for Jason Bateman, Christina Applegate. And Luke Wilson along with Missy Serena Williams will be in there and Harrison Ford's going to make an appearance in one of the Super Bowl ads. But again, you know, you got to have the impact might be funny is it memorable though. In terms of what what it's selling, thirty seconds five million bucks. You better sell the brand to New England institutions across paths to to give fans. Something to cheer about the goat. Here's FOX's Matt. Napolitano too old to slow what was actually just a playful back and forth between New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady and receiver. Chris HOGAN is now coming to a cake near you. Sam Adams unveiling too old to slow still here an IP released just in time for Super Bowl fifty.
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"Twenty-six people the Brady center, which supports gun restrictions will tell a judge that academy violated the law by not getting proper background information when they sold the Ruger 556. The gunman used academy will say it has good faith immunity from lawsuits kiss members as freely and gene Simmons are in a war of words. As freely and gene Simmons seemed to have forgotten how to kiss and make up freely slam Simmons in a Facebook post Tuesday after Simmons told guitar world magazine that he wasn't sure both ace, and Peter Chris would ever be part of the band officially again. He said ace and Peter have gotten three chances. They were in and out of the band fired three times for drugs, alcohol bad behavior being unprofessional. They weren't carrying their load freely responded saying, gene, your memory is really incorrect. I was never fired from kiss. I quit twice a bio free will because you and Paul are control freaks untrustworthy. And we're too difficult to work with freely is also claiming that Simmons groped his wife and tried to proposition her last year. He also called Simmons a sex addict is being sued by multiple women freely said he had convinced his wife to call off the lose lawsuit against Simmons. Banal says the gloves are off the city will hire a new city manager today and give them a pretty sweet deal. More coming up at five thirty w away. I knew. Time five twenty two now, traffic and weather together. Still dealing with this construction. Westbound I ten at fair oaks ranch on the far far northwest side still in the left lane blocked and all things shut down overnight. So expect few delays of their risk. The city could not be quieter Megan Bishop NewsRadio twelve hundred w cloudy skies today about a fifty percent chance of showers. Highs in sixties tomorrow, cloudy skies fifty percent chance of morning.
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"What's interesting is there's been tremendous pushback among the scientific community. Now, that's in contrast to let's say climate change, which time Raga thing. I take rate of the top issue of the year go figure, but here we have you know, sort of this. Let's play God thing going on in. Specific area of embryos and embryonic research. You've got a lot of waiters in the scientific community, particularly in the states of really pushing back against what's happening in China. And I think that is something that is going to be interesting and absolutely important to watch a how that breaks out within the scientific community. I talked to a couple of the Stanford people the bioethicists there who actually had conversations with this young researcher before he went ahead and published his findings. And you know, he says it's not nailed down highly dangerous. We shouldn't be going on this route is not proceeding along traditional scientific this guys had pushed back, and so China the kind of thing China wants to prove that they're on the leading edge. It's again to what we're seeing happen with Xi Jinping regime in general, they are trying to become a world power and on a multiple levels. And we're going to see what happens with this one is move through the year. Well, I gotta say as much as I agree with you about you know, whatever regulations we have around the world China's gonna play by its own rules. There's no question about that. There was a little bit of the moral high ground that was played by scientists who gave us the crisper technology to be good with that. I just find a little bit this agenda, as you know, I think that the temptation to play God, certainly we see it in accountable dictators in the regimes in China, but we also see it in the scientific impulse as well. But that brings us to the end of the program and on that happy note that the world's coming to an end because of crisper technology. We'll have to end our look ahead of two thousand eighteen my guest host today was many belts many. It was great to have you to talk about these issues. Again, follow Mendy at world magazine. You can also follow her on Twitter at at MC belts. She's a senior editor at world news group. Also, pick up her book, they say, we are infidels and be sure to join us each and every week as we talk about the issues of our culture from a Christian worldview right here on break point this week. And then. Visit us at breakpoint dot org where you can click on the homepage there a button that says resources mentioned on the radio and podcast, and you can find links to the articles and other things that we mentioned on the show. Thanks for joining us.