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"yiska" Discussed on Podcast Metanoia

Podcast Metanoia

08:17 min | 2 weeks ago

"yiska" Discussed on Podcast Metanoia

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"yiska" Discussed on Physical Activity Researcher

Physical Activity Researcher

07:44 min | Last month

"yiska" Discussed on Physical Activity Researcher

"Reckon bowl a tune Not really but that's been an inspiration for them. Yeah yeah so. They shared these fantasies about it. Being able to do the most impossible things than a conquering gravity and the and moving in the in this way at the stc superheroes so they took some of these movements from the french system and they began to practice them in in the urban setting pudding together movement into this continuous flow of movements that most people recognize as aspera anti. They found out that they were able to change the perception of it based and their Environment so they re enter printed a the ignorant in the french soups esa during a fit of playful possibilities. So you can say that. The the practice was Besides the will use about physical and mental development and also also going by values about play and expiration of the public everyday. Speak the space. Yeah and y- but that was like a like the volume in the region of it. Yeah and i interrupted you story so we were at when you were in In france and observing this practice on doing that yourself and so forth. so let's continue that story. Yeah so. I was alison. France and i followed this group and the then came home. I finished my masters. And i kept on training ourselves and in two thousand eight. I decided to to move to copenhagen and the actually become a part of this this progressing so they had developed this team. Further at the two of the leading figures were actually trying to to make a living out of the passion Doing teaching courses and stunt ups befalling so all kinds of jobs related to it due to their spills and the and and because of my education in the science and physical education. I helped them luck to to develop cars in and teaching. And i also the of the stunt jobs actually and they had some actually some incredible experiences with the with this team so we got to develop and tap leash the world first public precaution pack in copenhagen and we also took pop in a documentary. A in two thousand ten that explode the way that precludes changing perception of open space and the question where urban abilities. It's heading in the future. Yeah is it available in youtube or somewhere. Maybe i can link it a yeah. It's called the playground okay. I know that they're that's a trailer on youtube. Okay i don't if it's accessible through youtube but they but it is. I know that is a a homepage. Where can they can buy it or order. And it's it was in collaboration with the famous academic called beyond ings is a great star in the actual field and so he's also pat the that documentary So in in two thousand eleven. I got i was so lucky. I got the opportunity to do a pitch africa. And the in this speech d at tried to date the the bodily and the social practice of the kula so i wanted to describe what they the practice was all about how it was critic practice and how we could understand this practice in a in a broad cultural and the social perspective so yeah and i was also very interested in the institutionalization of the danish context because i could see that a that the movement culture was quite heavily institutionalized in denmark in the completion to him l. when we compare it to to other countries there's another a voluntary association that the began to offer classes in procure right from the beginning actually and also a lot of primary and secondary school who will sit integrating kouris activity that the there was a p and also there was another facilities although the country's being it being built for for practicing picchu so i found that they quite interested because at that time when we we saw this heavily institutionalization the practice it was still like a very Not well known. A subculture in france and i found that very interesting like why do we see these differences the between the countries sent. And why do we have suddenly a lot of facilities a lot of precaut- paksitan and we don't see those kinds of facilities in in other countries in the same way so that also became a part of of my peace. Yeah i've only like when i lived vascular like earlier esa student for I tried park. Were like maybe hoffy year. I think after that. I moved to denmark or something like that but i just remembered that already. At that time they had the park or academy and they had their indoor like Training whole and and there was like this outdoor Training area just like what you're telling in denmark and now i remem- i just look because we're having this conversation. I just looked up. Like what's going on with them. And i see that. Now there's also like a certification for instructors Yeah so he thinks are really just like you say becoming quite institutionalized and probably in here in finland well in the same way as in denmark. Yeah an excellent. Yeah actually north at just remember now that the and i forgot to mention that that finland is actually like one of the also one of the needing countries in in institutionalizing pakoa and the especially fiscal. So it back from may two thousand eight Remember that. I heard a lot about the that. The pa- cool was also being a quite him. The institution either. In your risk there are also some some finished researcher who has has done some nice research on the on the way of the appropriation of of even space. And also the the building of facilities in Yiska yeah so it's really interesting to see these developments and would it be right word to call this. The sport ificationbut roses are being talked about other movement culture davison. What would the sociologists who are. Were studying these processes. What would they say. I'm obviously you are studying these processes as well so yeah we can just try to explore those concepts that is related to this little bit. Start with not on the second question. I'll try to remember it afterwards would be to. What are the perspectives of practitioners are happy about development or is there resistance as well. So let's start with those concerts. Yeah okay yeah in impact. I think international we see both it institutionalization on we also see as specific sport a physician but i think said that some different to to concepts because when example denmark win pakuris being institutionalized into sports association.

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"yiska" Discussed on Metal Mantra Podcast

Metal Mantra Podcast

05:06 min | 2 months ago

"yiska" Discussed on Metal Mantra Podcast

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"yiska" Discussed on Mon Carnet, l'actu numrique

Mon Carnet, l'actu numrique

04:25 min | 2 months ago

"yiska" Discussed on Mon Carnet, l'actu numrique

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"yiska" Discussed on The Impossible Mission Omni-Feed!

The Impossible Mission Omni-Feed!

04:08 min | 4 months ago

"yiska" Discussed on The Impossible Mission Omni-Feed!

"Because i'm the salts called it's it's very distinctive source code. I would say so any developer publish a using an adaptation of the one a publisher developer. I don't think it would have been either 'cause incredibly illegal basically be found wife stolen goods anyo profiting stolen goods. Well this is the thing even if you adopt the sauce. The sauce for any of those titles. Anyone who looks at the sauce gardens has hang on this looks familiar and then combat makes comparisons. You know when you're in school yiska have like a book report or an essay or something like that to do on a particular title. And so you look up in your text books. This is kinda pre with compatriot s by the you. Look over the textbooks. A decided to copy bits out the textbook but you re were them just enough so that the teachers know you've just copied sections out the textbook so it's like with a book. Everybody was hats. I everybody has a hand. And it's nicer gerald. It's gerald it's not called which is called the hitch a free mild a mild mild. Shunt miles you have a mild shunt. Gerald the hit you so it's not see be expect it's not going to be a legit companies across level thing and that's kind of climbed dumb because apparently the sad project seven million pounds on that accepts auction going up in increments of half a million so the in no way got laugh anyway. What i wanted. I don't mean the governor either is okay. You managed to get hold of the full source code for cyberpunk from which three blah blah blah fine fair enough but see the project read any fact. Any developer isn't the type to set on the laurels. And just leave it at the source code. They're going to build on that gonna adopted so the source code is great as a starting point as a foundation pine put. It's what you do with it. I'm given how much we see from Historically i'd say given how much we've seen from chinese developers He i mean. That's a stereotype isn't how it is. I mean they've they've come on leaps and bounds in the last in the last five years but There are indian developers who are going along the same path that the chinese developed was of a of done historically in that they make allow copies of western games but at the same time Chinese games Pretty much at the pinnacle of aaa with some of the announcements dropped in recent triple that production values not necessarily triple a teams up with the was it called is basically a money. Musha that soul style am but we've son go look on about yeah Which i love the coventry the same for For some of these reaction videos to the new yukon trailer vallejo. It's like this is like this is like this. I wouldn't have is this based on Is this based on anything. Like it's will call you know what it's based on one of the oldest fables is it's it's it's it predates faust and faust is one of the earliest of story. Archetypes how do you not know journey to the west. You might have had dragon ball and that kind of took a few ideas about many. Just just just a smidgen of idea. Yeah yeah appa- todd talk just a little bit of it again..

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"yiska" Discussed on Israel Story

Israel Story

05:59 min | 7 months ago

"yiska" Discussed on Israel Story

"When he came back to israel. How did people treat you normal. Just regular this. What i wanted my whole life just to be regular being in israel as an out transgender woman who never has tate's for a second to say that it's been so much easier than i ever could have imagined going to the should going to the dry cleaners getting on a bus and again things like that just like regular everyday living in jerusalem levin we shall i am as a middle aged woman going about her business because there was nothing extraordinary about it. That's what was extraordinary about it. In israel jessica changed her name. It all started to feel as she says kind of normal but for some people in our life. The whole transition thing wasn't so simple to accept her parents for example i it's shattered them. It was a shock it was. They were not prepared. There was nothing to set them up for this where they could say. Well you know we kind of wondered so at first. It was very difficult for my mom who i was always very very close with. She passed away only four months ago. I didn't expect her all my father to say. Oh great and continue on your authentic living charity or you know we're right here for you know her first response to me was we've been with you through everything but this is too much for us and i said i understand so for the first six months was really you know it was very hard for her to speak with me and we always spoke several times a week but she pulled back when she needed time. She needed her time after. My whole gender transition was complete. Eventually she she said. I'd like to see you now i really do. It's been over a year. We haven't seen each other which was a long time and she said but you father does not want to see you. He's not ready to see you. He needs more time. I said fine. Everyone needs their time so with a lot of anxiety. Yiska flew down to florida and drove over to her parents house. So my mom came out as i pulled up. I got out of the car. She walked to me. We could both feel that it was weird because it's the first time she saw me as yes scott and we hugged and then we started to cry and she looked at me and these were her words. She said you do not have to explain anything. I see something in you. That i never saw before peace so while in my mind. This is very difficult that now. My son is like my daughter. And you've gone from just yakub to jeff to now like that's a lot of names for one mother she said but in my heart of hearts i really get it and then she looked at me and she said jessica. I don't like you outfit. Let's go shopping. And it was great because she would pick out a few alfred she liked. I pick out of who. Albert's i like them. We go back into the dressing room. She would try on for me. I try on for her. And i was in bliss and then eventually little by little. My father came around. Eventually i was able to sleep over. He would go away and maybe sleep at my sister's or he'd come back late and then one day he was ready to leave and i was cooking something in other phrase. The way to a man's heart is through his stomach. Well it worked. Yes my mom. Would you cooking smells really good. She said unlike cooking anything. Jessica wants to make dinner. Me he said is a to lay from me to stay so that broke the ice. Now that your mom passed away. Do you still.

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"yiska" Discussed on Israel Story

Israel Story

01:50 min | 7 months ago

"yiska" Discussed on Israel Story

"We first heard about ucla wild back from reporter molly livingstone. Who then spent many many hours interviewing her. I asked malaita step into the studio with me. Hey molly hi msci hiding and get so so molly can you. Can you set the scene for us like where. Where were you. Recording in niece goes home right right. We are in use his home in Which is part of jerusalem. It's kind of a hippie area. Her house it's small it's And it's kind of what i expected from her. She's a very inviting person and our home was very warm and friendly. Describe a little bit. Like what is look like he. S sca is tall. The first thing. I notice about her every time i see her is when she talks you. She looks you in the is. She dresses conservative. But kind of bohemian. She gets her nails done and she uses her hands a lot when she speaks. So that i definitely remember. She has a different hairstyle. Every time i see her she's trying to play it up. Play down she's she's seeing how she looks in different ways and how she feels right so let's begin Molly where where do we start. So we'll see the story in the us. When yiska was still jeff. My whole growing up was was a nightmare. It was like being on a How you hear about some of these ratios and you hear that the they've been running for like ten years and till you realize that they changed the cast every couple of years you wonder how could someone go out on stage night after night after night for ten years. That's what i did..

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"yiska" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

Mason & Ireland

03:23 min | 9 months ago

"yiska" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

"Hit my new song. Game. Game Two to. Game Three. Game Faster Ha. Bubble. ING Game One. To. Game Three in game full A. Lakers game we back in the finals. We Beg Nellie Mold we back. We back. The O. J. Lebron James. Now I couldn't tell, but I think. They may have been using the Buddha FRESCA. Yiska. They probably were and you don't WanNa be interesting I just thinking. You know whenever the Lakers have been in the finals over the years. The, the car flags increase Oh. Yeah. They do I haven't seen a lot of car flags so far. Have you. I don't see as many you don't. You don't drive. You're not an freeways like I am no I go somewhere every day I was going somewhere everyday. When's the last time you're on a freeway? Today where'd you go? I took the ten to. National, that's like for you. That's like two minutes on a free. Yeah. That's all I drove. I drove to the studio two weeks ago. It's it's a ghost town i. just think there are fewer cars out there. Yes I. Wonder if we'll start to see the car flex pickup hope. So are people watching these games like there are some people at the yard house socially distant are there when when I do the Games but not very many alike I inside Zach count don't you have to eat on a patio? Yeah. They have a patio. Okay. Got It. But. There are some people on the hotel patio. But not very many you. Would just there's an energy in the city when the Lakers are in the finals, Oh yeah. That is going to be sorely lacking. Yeah it's there's a there's a certain. Kind. Of the same. The, rams yesterday. I looked at the game and I obviously I'm a huge rams fan and season ticket holder and all that stuff. Actually, we're getting private tour of Sophie Stadium. This which I'm so excited about. But for some reason, because I don't have the opportunity to be at any games like the home games, I can't go to it feels less. Less I feel less connected to it all. Like when I go to Rams Games and I'm in the middle of all that I get caught up in it it's it. You don't get caught up when you're just watching something on television at two different experience. Hey, are we forgot how much money are we betting on the Monday night game tonight myth what are you say five thousand dollars that's a lot alright is yeah. Why not? Sure okay. Got Poltimore. I've got Baltimore minus the three and a half. Yep. By achieves coming up next for you is Crosstalk George and L. Z or in here Mason Ireland seventeen ESPN, we don't Fade we pass the baton George anals E. Yeah. WHO's fading? WHO's fading? Mesa? At, the time of day you start fading if you know what? I mean slow Fade Bro at four twenty..

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"yiska" Discussed on Future Perfect

Future Perfect

05:30 min | 1 year ago

"yiska" Discussed on Future Perfect

"Outside of you know a baseball game or a synagogue I think most of us are suffering right now and experiencing loss right now in different ways, and at different levels and the book. You wrote a few years back called. Making loss matters very much about. How to these moments in a way that isn't. You know resignation or passive, but. Tries to find a way to turn it into something, constructive and positive and useful for the community for the individual. For, everyone! What does it mean to make loss? Matter. What do you mean so? This was the book was a product of two separate things. That I think will help. Explain this. Really I've carried with me for my life. One is a sermon that my father once gave at a memorial service. What's called Yiska Service? And he said you know we have memorials for people who died, but what about the memorials for things that die while we're still alive for dreams that die for friendships that die because we loot life is in part a process of losing. I recommend to your listeners the wonderful by Elizabeth Bishop the art of losing the art of losing. She says is in hard to master, and then she goes through all the ways we lose in the world. and. That was one thing that got me thinking about different kinds of losses we have. And then the other, the other experience was how often when someone has a loss in their life, they will come to the rabbi and say why me. and. I realized two things about that question. The first is people really come to me and say you know I grew up in the richest country in the world and I have parents who loved me why me? Right, people don't ask that question about their blessings. They only asked that question about their losses. But when they ask it I also realize there's no adequate answer to that question I mean theologians have disgusted for thousands of years. I have answers. They have answers. But none of them are completely adequate. because. The real answer to loss is not why did I lose? But what do I do with the fact that I lost? How do I make the loss meaningful, so it's not just a loss. So, for example, the the woman whose name unfortunately can't remember at the moment, who lost her child to a drunk driver and started mothers against drunk drivers. Now. In a moment. I am sure if you asked her, she would give up all the work and all the organization and everything else if she could have her child back..

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"yiska" Discussed on Kris Soutar�s Tennis Journal

Kris Soutar�s Tennis Journal

12:09 min | 1 year ago

"yiska" Discussed on Kris Soutar�s Tennis Journal

"Own perspective as a player where Utilize Syrup. Komo much wiser. I I was using it for Rehab and then I think for wires. I all sorted now not to worry about his Yiska and it's not it's not the case then I just en- just carried on news in the same things that I use to rehab myself as a gentle caring routine for settling the mind the mind delineating that comes up like now if if my going a bit glitzy. Ibew just tap on the rack and sites to myself trust trust. Trust something like that so it's is exactly the same processes but once you go into more trust in flow that you you just starting numbers of your as your exercise regime. You keep doing those those movements you you enjoy that. Feel good for your body. You keep with the breath work you tap if you need to visualize do the brain training so it's just the when you've established that toolbox. I choose for emergency emotional state and then use it to Rehab and then you is your Rehab and the Magic Cave for me is the it becomes your program so awful on what within someone intensively first and then. I'll say some kind of I don't WanNa be seeing you all the time. I want you to pick your own program And be responsible for an be great if we check in once a month or if you need any any deeper work just always set people up with the with the tools they can use to take care of themselves not become dependent on a process. That's exactly what you want for a player to control one in choosing into the in a in a in a really kind of an origin so in a gentle caring loving way rather than some house discipline that they think he's going to get them somewhere. I just always say cut. The goals to say open goes into experiencing you enough expectation surrounding you anyway. This is the nature of spoke. Cut The goals open. Go define what you mean by ghouls. Because I mad on Google saying so you've might have let the tiger the kids here you can go. You go setting with your coach and that's normal and it's fine and you've got you've got to have that that is just a very much nature the structure of tennis when it comes to say nurturing your inner game as there aren't really any goes is just processes are of long. It's not there's no. There's no interference with the the logic and tennis coaching. So but we find that went want someone does get air in a cool is getting really strong all the stuff that you guys assigned to them it. Oh it's they. They absorb it so quickly. It's unbelievable you progress. You say is is remarkable. That's good that's what it was like. No Gaza and now the for me. I think the key thing behind goal setting is breaking it down to such fine but said dust of says that they are fixated on the process and then for of the channel into performance. And of course that will increase the chances of an outcome. But it doesn't guarantee it but that that's the thing that I find coaches. Typically struggle with is Asia. They're okay with the outcome stuff and the all cave to degree with the performance. But they don't build bridges between the process and the performance. And you know even. I wouldn't talk about outcome. Goals in terms of necessarily ranking or success. Ever talk about it more in terms of you've increased your first serve percentage and converted your your percentages outcome goal to do that. You need to focus on this performance the to do that. You need to focus on this process so these things that you are talking about are just other additional bolt on processes that might be the stimuli for clarity of sought to be like station am physical flu that type of stuff. Absolutely they are. That's the stuff that that you do. This work the body wellbeing. It's is kind of broad spectrum but his be good for you whether you're an accountant or a tennis player or anything it's it's it's application. It's just to make everything easy views. A person to help you get into your very best form as a human with gifts and talents that you bring to the world and and and it works so well with tennis re really does. I mean I know more than any other sport. But it's just like jumped sixty seventy plays at the rankings Mama Dada going. Wow How did that happen? Actually we don't want it to be massively. Stressful took is if you stress. You come and see me. And I'm the master of getting that sorted out because I know it well in my own life and taking hundred percent responsibility to so mind stuff out. So here's something you can help me with them because one of the things that I have struggled with have tried it. Several Times is meditation. And I think it's because I may be going down To genetic Route with it whereas I think there must be a more sporty way of or specific way of meditate than anything in that domain. Yeah I think you said to me last sports here nation you can. I have a series of meditations in this online. Course I've purchased the really are based on the traditional stuff. The I've learned for myself and read about train Dane and and I'm looking at gun. How can this be more appealing Casella they hit that one. Mellon Ono's EP. Essential oils and all that stuff. I what they're all way to do it. Just taking those additional processes and adding movement into at embody work adding keeping them very shoe as well. So the the the guidance in in the meditation is very very short and of go I even put them in categories of Visalia warm ups. The this is your workout time if you want to spend a bit longer. Anesthesia cool down. It blends as well as like meditation. It's blending kind of statements of of. Don't say positive of way you're not into what with your thoughts as well how you can turn things around. So it's not just meditation so yes it's a very specific very specific because we all know what it's like to want to win and we must we can't dishonor that. It's it's to pretend that we don't want to win is is no good. I is an that. Could become a pressure themselves. You haven come off at all. I was just meant to enjoy it and you can save. The child is devastated so often say to. Risco some like go out to the patio. Something for and I said so. I'm GONNA give you full permission to feel how you feel right now. Might get thirty seconds of heartbreak and then though to expect him but going to that specific meditation. You about says that you've got to give yourself permission. Try something new that there's no necessarily end result from it. It just give also giving yourself permission saying thank you for trying to take two minutes to clear my mind. It definitely will. That's a great message because I'm sure some people listening we associate the word spiritual with not giving a damn about winning and losing it. So you know so. It's refreshing to hear that you know. You acknowledged that winning isn't important driver for a Lotta people to accept it and actually work with it with him. I swear that I was looking at some. Drool is for a local county close and the women's draw in the goals or virtually collapses four six players. And I know all we don't WanNA play. I don't WanNa play her. Because don't like Blah Blah Blah and I had the missing ship is here is the don't have the emotional support and then resilience to manage this and it's not. The tennis is not anything else. It's just how can we fill in those gaps and so is yes very much about kind of experience in your own emotions and the it's absolutely find devastated after a loft lost in your body needs to feel like I talk about that in practice even isolate if if you if you make a mistake in practice and it doesn't sting just a little bit then. I think that that doesn't it means you don't feel that sense of dissatisfaction and if you don't feel that dissatisfaction then you're not going to want to the steps in place to to make change so. I think it's important people do feel that and just know that there's a way through it. There's a way through and is through. It's not around is not the berry nor the or anything like that is if you fail it for a micro second and then go back to the breathing. So it's just that knowledge in the notice in right now. I WanNa that that kind of like that child inside of me. That wants to just cry and throw my racket and screaming. Blame everybody else or something you know. The is very we. Human fight final range of emotional experiencing to go through in our lives and we often train ourselves haydn squash things and that can make us very unwell even at a young age and so that brings me to a great points ahead. You make about emotional control and she said it's not about emotional control about emotional. Coherence Aaron Sierra so to describe emotional coherence I would say. It's the point way you have moved from reacting to responding to acceptance to knowing that you are allowed to be human being you have about you bar you are taking full responsibility for how it affects. Your Life. What you're doing. The coherence comes from the breathing work but the tapping the body. Where you doing? Whatever your methods are that. You've that's the taking full responsibility so that you say you're acknowledging saying Yes yes to stress. I've got some. I'm working on this that you can you? Can you can accept any emotion that comes to any period at any point in time? Yeah no that sounds like the holy grail. If you like to actually be able to get all these can have triggers if you like or routines or rituals you know. Whatever whatever's they've done the end result you want to be emotional coherence because if you are in that place then you will definitely perform or behave better if you weren't it's for me? That's the the destination point almost because I I have a partner WHO's A. She's always really kind of scared. In the first few match fair I imagine she says very first time he goes what do I do? I said nothing work. Enjoy this moment. May and she laughed and she totally gone the page and then we went and smashed the match by said let it pass just. It's is here with you. It's here with us. Core and within a few games everything had settled down there. Is that permission giving the I can give.

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"yiska" Discussed on Beer Guys Radio Craft Beer Podcast

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"yiska" Discussed on Beer Guys Radio Craft Beer Podcast

"Let's get back to our talk with Brian Favor and comatose disputes brewery guys. We've been talking a lot here about quite and the rise of the hard seltzer so have you ever. Have you guys done anything with quite keast yet. Yeah we've done a couple of things with it and also our Portland the Jacob there's clarity things that have been experimenting with it and just messing around with different temperatures different style beers different different ye suppliers of quake chancing what those things throw we've seen anything from you know something that might remind you more stays on to something. That's a little bit cleaner senior and you know really lets those top shine through but it's been pretty cool to set for mutation temperatures one hundred degrees and just let go right yeah so is it a pretty strong fermat's or it'll just chew through everything leaving you with a pretty dry finish broader. I'd say Pretty Pretty Standard Final gravity's to a lot of other commercial sack extremes. I wouldn't say intensely dry but certainly similar dryness to other sort of a P as in a Belgian beers. You might see out there. It's a quick firmer though right like it'll hit final gravity fairly quickly yeah fairly quickly a couple of days days fairly quickly to him. I can't stop it. Are there any other trends in in beer right now that you guys are excited about boy the Raisa Crespi. Esp Boys did you did you has anybody has a baby actually used that as a beer name yet you know I don't know if we can check on tapped. It'll tell us right away. They're furious. Yeah yeah no for me and maybe it's not quite a trend but there's a hell turn going around with kind of which kind kind of leads to lower. Abd Beers and you know. I'm not necessarily counting my calories but I do like drink few when I sit down for a session drinking beers and and lower. ABC helps that so or like seeing a couple of more lower body products popping up out there and I'll say like I'm a bit older than Kyle so my catabolism definitely slowing so counting my calories an but now I grew with that as well yeah while time especially especially we just had this verse conference here in Band Nationally we had Hall Arnie from the Paul Carry used to work at shoots presented on a fight and he actually has a film that he produced that I highly recommend and then we also had some folks here talking about East Rains Ed the genetically engineered guys heard about that but the group the spun out of a University of Berkeley that was in the press or having Yeast East produced some thc compounds so that's some pretty interesting wild were wow the oh yeah. There's there's never never there's there's tons of learn a ton that keeps happening the brewing industry and it's and being involved in it along with to just you know the just east driven Kevin Beard seems to be coming in with Covi- and you know genetically engineered in east and just exploring that more as a versatile ingredient ingredient as opposed to you know just hop say right. I think when we had Stan Hieronymus on I think last time we talked a little bit about that about arrive in the other flavors from the hop compounds. I think he'd done a little piece on that. It's interesting. This isn't necessarily beer but I actually saw something recently. There's a festival coming up. That's kinda mix and beer and wine or grape must and but I'm going to miss this but I think it was the Sauvignon Blanc grapes they found out that each generation gets a different number of genes from their parents where most things it's one copy of each but but in these grapes it can be different so there can be a huge variation from generation to generation because they're not getting the same matching number jeans air now smalls you may annoying language right yeah and it's not my language side. I'm taking the highlights that I saw from an article but there's just so much they started talking about you know because as they know this and the way these genes are working they have a record of red grapes turning white and different things like that you know so if they don't get as many of the the genes I think the the fewer they get the more likely they are to be white from the I saw that article and there's a lot of the lot of varieties of flavor comes from the fact that there are thousands of different possible variations within this family right rape so yeah pretty interesting. Another thing I thought to is because with grapes a lot of credit is given to tear war for flavor but if they're getting different numbers of genes in that it could be just the genetics grape as much as terroir or or growing season just depends on what genes these groups are just everything comes down to what gets turned on. What's get turned off like with the yeast? I was always wondering if somebody was modifying defying those because I used to back when I was working in research I would do that with bacteria. I would totally clone home and pop things in pop things out and change things. I was wondering if anybody was doing that with Yiska. Risk facile change. Oh Yeah Yeah the wrong field right. Oh go ribs so the group you know that presented we actually actually in our pilot plant. We made some beers using these modifications. They each have look up so it's Berkeley beer science of but yeah exactly what you were saying so they can turn up how e-strain might express in certain areas. I think they took some genes from Basil meant which was Pretty Pretty Wild and put them in double. One Cornell Yeast says some pretty interesting stuff that's going on and that would have been what Stan was talking. I think those flavor compounds compounds are drain y'all and things like that that he's talking about. Come from things like Basil you know I think you mentioned that you recommended a film that a a beer film and I don't if you said what the title of the film was curious about that. I think it's called nor Oregon but yet Paul Il Papa Kerry it Kinda documented his trip over to Norway. I WANNA say it's called nor Oregon like probably till they butcher in that but then they're trying to bide Ayar away in Oregon so I think that's more yeah nor nor weekend I think some Google and in turn it up for we have opened a bottle of thus though of two thousand fifteen and one of the first things I thought when I was opening it up because I've had the STOIC and not the STOIC. What is the difference between these two? I can't remember remember what it is. You know so we actually I can't remember if it was thirteen but we did this still there was a previous vintage of that and so that was kind of our first attempts as we're getting more I guess involved in just higher gravity brewing and barrel aging but our temp as the doing a quad so we came under some a decent amount of scrutiny I think on the Internet when that got released so really the big thing when not still came out was to say Okay No. He didn't think the STOIC was clawed and like all my understanding of that. It's the quad. What is the style? That's bad fabricated. I believe in craft brewing totally wrong here but then we kind of took the STOIC to say okay gate. You didn't think that the stoke was here's not the STOIC and maybe maybe houses Internet. Does this make you happy. We've got a little bit tongue in cheek. You know but you know the stork was one hundred percent pills ner malt and not the STOIC we brought in special be the which usually a lot of people you know that that's kind of a hallmark malt. I guess you would say and a lot of those fears we stuck with just checks thaws ause in STOIC. The still a cat a lot of different aspects sugars so we went a little crazy we add now there is there speed sugar Belgian candy sugar. We had a date sugar and Actually Ovallis Beers how pomegranate Alaska's so that was kind of interesting ingredients and my wife life is half run in a Persian so I actually came across that in Persian cuisine. There's a a great dish out there called Fezzan. Listen Jim that's made from this pomegranate molasses and ground walnuts. You make a stew out of it with chicken anyway if you if you ever come across per Persian restaurant like definitely go for the best jam okay. I don't know if I've had Persian I've had before I don't. I don't remember that but the last time I went to a person place I went with the person guy you ordered. Everything like I'll take care of this so wasn't hairy. It was Harry. We spoke to G- afterwards but yes great right. You're everything was fine. I loved it so he's a crazy guy fun times. We listened the guy's radio show we do need to take another break but we will be back very soon to talk more with tissue borough Brian and Tim the beer guys if you're like us no launcher dinners complete without a pint or two of craft beer which is why truck and tap in downtown Woodstock stock. Alfreda and Duluth are always on our list Tim. Why do they call it truck tab? The top part is easy Brian. They've got eighteen of them. 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