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"yusen" Discussed on Bob and Sheri

Bob and Sheri

10:57 min | 1 year ago

"yusen" Discussed on Bob and Sheri

"Just shocked at no other country in the world juice that to me was like that is a treat is a Christmas we're having Welsh's grape juice 'cause it was expensive turns out that as I grew up I continued to love will drink and you will drink Yusen red wine oh yeah like a great popsicle gray but just I want to be sure you're taking the right vitamins gets personalized daily vitamin pack delivered each month with GNC for you get started Ed GNC or you dot com that's GNC the number four the letter U Dot Com live. Well here's Bob and Sheri so call my daughter Landon she's three weeks away from delivering roughly three weeks away just to check in on her I called her again yesterday and I try not to my girl's crazy with calls they busy lives and let's face it and kind of self absorbed but I've been calling her a whole lot more lately just as see how she's feeling and she saying it's getting kind of tough and I just I just sit back and listen to her and you know it's until something is right upon me I sometimes don't really take in that it's reality then all of the things that it means whereas Mary the day after landing announced that she was pregnant Mary was out buying you know the kid close to take the college so like me she's totally different but you know I'm into it now and we have we have some of the gifts that we're going to be bringing to Chicago and we got our plane tickets all set to go blah Blah Blah and so I'm I'm reading articles about arms which normally you know I may or may not you know read and this one was about and I thought you would like this second time moms how how second time moms are different from first time moms and if you're a father out there and you observed your wife or if you're a mama there this this will all Probably strike a chord second time moms realize you don't need every possible gadget you just don't you don't some of them you won't even you won't even use Each kid is totally different so followed their lead you know each kid has a different personality so you just can't say it's cookie cutter does that make sense to you did you experience that as a dad yeah definitely definitely I mean Allie was more into sports than landon ones from when my were babies that they were completely right right right be more confident as apparent because you might know that you're doing something right right you've got a little experience in their go with the flow or you will go crazy that's probably the most important thing because you you just can't control everything with the kid they're like they're like crazed animals you know you just have to kind of go there GonNa do something terrible they're going they're going to spill something they're going to stay in something it's okay if you can't do it all speak to that as a mother what you can it and anyone that like on instagram acting like they are doing it all right is curated and lies lies lies in fact I just saw there's an interior designer in Australia uh who has a family to really small children's husband the works and her instagram her home is gorgeous and everything about it just looks her kids bedroom everything the kitchen everything's always flawless bright while she recently did a thing where she showed you the picture and then she showed you all the as you didn't see in the picture so here's picture A. and it's this gorgeous kitchen every surface spotless and shining picture be just out of site tucked underneath the counters on the floor all the dirty dishes and pans and cereal box that she got out of the way wept out of the way to prepare sir or life is like it's a man I know it is that is what your life for the most part is Lord Yeah but then you see something in the movies you know and the kitchen is it's got twelve foot ceilings everything is white and it's perfect overlooking the ocean next one trust your gut even if not everybody agrees I agree with him ask for help when you need it the hard moments pass talked that yeah they the they last like that night where everyone has the stomach flu and the entire family is vomiting simultaneously that night will feel like it lasts a thousand years but then you'll look back on it and you'll be you'll laugh and hope it never ever happens again the harm the hard moment stupid-ass except for colic which is around for just about eleven months one one of my kids okay if you're eating apologize one of my kids when she's little are you ready one of my kids we we hi chicken Parmesan and unbeknownst to me you know little kids come down with something when they're sick really fast four o'clock in the afternoon they're like having the best life ever and at eleven o'clock that night you don't know whether or not you should have them airlifted to a hospital so we had chicken Parmesan for dinner and o'clock that night I woke up to to find that she was standing next to my bed throwing up on my pillow where my head was and that was terrifying and then I said honey honey on issues like open row and I went up and her room looked like Mike Demons had been in there she threw up on the bed the lamp the floor the table yeah I didn't even know where to be India up yet they never do that in the afternoon they only do that in the middle hanging on every parent has spent the past being with a newborn is not that stressful I don't know about that one boy at first you just so nervous so focused I the first one but even the second one is everything that took me awhile and finally babies really don't need shoes now and This is true very true they don't want peace I swear we we're going through this with Andrew Kevin's oldest his wife the baby registering ninety. percent of those things you'll use once or not at all this was saying I know you don't need every tool gets you a stroller and like monitor breast pump stuff so a twenty one year old man in Argentina wanted to get a job with the airport police and when he looked at the application he realized that he would not be allowed to have any visible tattoos and he had a fairly big tattoo on his arm and there would be no way to hide it so he removed that Tattoo using cheese grater bloody you must really want that job how that workout for them well we had to go get a tetanus shot he said quote it hurt and it bled a lot and I had to bandage it a lot It's the tetanus shot and then a week later I had to go get a tetanus shot my favorite thing that he said was quote my family disagreed with this decision could buy that it was already done he did not realize that rubbing metal F- against his skin give him a problem Oh peter meanwhile the owner of Mending Tattoo in Buenos Aires tells the media quote it is risky to remove a tattoo with cheese discreeter go and we all agree Moron two eight eight two six two seven four three seven and we will send this one directly to your phone is an example of you have to correct something and you do a ghastly scholar Mazer removal laser not cheese grater no they sound similar but they're different all right let's go to Manhattan doc Chelsea piers in Manhattan is like an amusement pier with lots of high-end things you can do including a seventy five mile an hour adding cage well a lawyer named Ethan Records Fifty Two said he practiced all summer in slower batting cages. building up his skill level so that he could go to the seventy five mile an hour cage Chelsea piers so the deal is for people who batting cage the Balser coming at you at different speeds at different cages seventy five miles an hour probably ten miles fifteen miles per hour under major that one more time steps into the seventy five mile an hour batting cage for the first time and he feels confident he's been practicing here's what he said woke pickup the bat take a step feel really good when all of a sudden I was blindsided by a seventy five mile an hour ball that career my right thigh ricocheted my testicle and I fell.

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"yusen" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

Ben Greenfield Fitness

04:22 min | 2 years ago

"yusen" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

"So this is a critically important. This is an EPA genetic phenomena, the just because you've got the deal does not mean that you absolutely lactose intolerant. You've got to look, did you know, to all number Shing mums milk, and then off to weaning is your culture was a culture replete with the use of yoga Tsen cheese and milk products. A milk, derived products? If the Unser is, yes, then lactase. Reduction it was though, you never weaned again bend awesomeness of seeing how superficial interpretation can be given versus a really deep dive. Okay. Sickly coming back to a little beautiful too. But I learned this from dear colleague, with mine, a brilliant Oxford. Scientists he showed that, you know, Ben back in the Victoria, era of England, the wealthy folks in London and other places of Victoria England. When it came around September, October, November, they couldn't be found in the cities, where would they be they would being these lodges in the Scottish highlands? And what would they doing the lodges of the Scottish highlands for weeks on end the actually be given they were feeding on way, fractions of these healthy? Grass fed sheep in other words, way back in Victoria, England the way from. Action. An absolutely as you pointed out, you do still have to have other parameters of the Scotsman lactose intolerance, milk protein, sensitivities, and so on, and so forth. But just two points out people's from a long time ago understood that they will whole food components that radically improve whether it'd be detox phenomenon other healthy things in life. Now, now to Unser the final part of your question regarding supplementation. If an only if and this is where I say, I am an advocate, what we do you trans while we try to do not promote supplementation, but rather reduce it reduced to only if and where it is necessary to educate the population, listen, just because something as a supplement just because it supposedly nut Tral does not mean that it's once in Yusen, fifty things under the kitchen sink in the sun. All at once think about Ben the humor. In body was not designed to respond cellular to the microfracture nation and condensation of sixty fifty micronutrients all at once. How does that work with the selling the functions in the body to succeed in rhythms of the body more often than not a body, the cells of body work, designed to handle Supra levels of micronutrients that have all sorts of gene expression consequences? So what we do uterus. Bent on to your question. More fully is we ask is there a Salima function is discernibly suboptimal dysfunctional? And are there judiciously certain micronutrients that might improve said, discreet, some of the function, and then those are the places we recommend custom formulate ingredients. So what could we do for individuals with reduced glutathione function will of? Here comes a really important point Ben that a lot of clinicians, get rungs, though, meaning conditions they would say to river Terron they would say, well river telling. You've got pull defy on function. Follow with me just one minute here. So what are we gonna do reading to recommend that you get these glutathione IV's that have become vogue, and let me make it clear. Guth a-a-and ivy's can have some Olsen properties for some individuals. But we've gotta understand something here that G S T one, gene, is that Ben in river a both missing. What is it is it the gene, that's making such too, because it's missing regale them Moga fi on and off, they go. They're happy. No. This is the gene, that is controlling the use of the gut's Afyon. It is catalytically binding glutathione to the toxin..

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"yusen" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1

Wash FM 97.1

03:00 min | 2 years ago

"yusen" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1

"In the morning. Welcome to Wednesday, ninety seven point one wash is on part of what you're into today. The debate got quite lively yesterday. We're talking about the middle seed, an arm rest Yusen. Interestingly enough today, the summer travel season is here. So Expedia came out with their airplane, etiquette study. They're saying that the most annoying traveler is the one who spread germs and globally. It's the drunk passenger. Oh I'm sorry to get on the back. Well, you fly way more than I do because I'm not a fan of flying. I've waited as much possible and yesterday you were saying that the person who sits in the middle does not deserve both arm rests. I think with you sit in the middle. It's kind of conversation that needs to be had with the people on either end because you're sharing occupied space. And then on Twitter, the debate was raging because I think it's valid point that if you're on the aisle, you get legroom, if you're in the window, you get the window and a place to rest your head the middle person needs a perk, therefore those would be the perk. And when we did the tax poll, eighty percent of you listening. Agreed that, that middle seat should get both armrest. Okay. It stinks. Fill your pain. It is what it is now. Alison you're part of the show and oakton you think you have a solution to this middle seat debate. What is it? You're just make the middle seat. The problem. I think there are a lot of people who hate that middle seat if you make it cheaper. People will love the middle for everybody wants to the window or I'll nobody wants to middle. So make the middle more desirable, and solve the problem. Thank you. If you choose the by the cheaper middle seat than you just deal. Yes, you could. Thank you. You guys have a great morning. Thank you, you, too. Now you fly solo. So it's easier for you to purchase an end or a window. But if you've got another person with you, like your daughter the middle seat all the time. And it's. Because it doesn't matter she's got if we depending on board because we mostly five south west, and it's like free for all boarding, if you get group or whatever she, like be lines, right? For the window seat. I'll blame it. But I'm usually the guy that gets the middle, so she's old enough to kinda sit by herself. Oh, wait a minute. I forgot to tell you this story. So she's discovered. The power of the exit row now because she's old enough. She's fifteen so she. So she sit there. Yes. That's changed the flying experience. You guys chiming in. Thanks again. Alison. Yes. Airlines take note if you made that middle cheaper, maybe we wouldn't mind it as much John, if you wanna see the list to of all of the things that annoy and aggravate air travelers, we've got that posted for you just in time for summer travel season. Toby page wash FM dot com now coming up in a few minutes. Toby Chile's top stories which you gonna build a bear workshop pay.

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"yusen" Discussed on Science Rules! with Bill Nye

Science Rules! with Bill Nye

04:28 min | 2 years ago

"yusen" Discussed on Science Rules! with Bill Nye

"You listen. He's back. So before we spoke with Chris, Dr Riley, you're explaining bacterial warfare. And how bacteria sins are like guided missiles, I'm sorry, but little. No. I knew that gets zoom. Do you know what happens when you presume Corey, I know what happens apprec- Persia Lewin me? But before we go there, I presumed that bacteria killing their own species. They might kill a sub species, or a nearby genetically nearby species, but you're saying it would be wrong with that. Presume that's why we're talking about this. So did they deploy directionally? So think about it this way. You have coli living on the mucin in your gut, and it's happily chomping away from Yusen. It's that lie MU McCoy lining of June. Cordy lining. Yeah. That's right. Got a little mucus just kind of flooring, all of your clippings, making it all nice and smooth and bliss, Andy and any colour just happily munching away. And let's say that at lunch, you ate some slightly raw hamburger meat and anew E coli entered. Your gut it has to do two things. It has to survive in your gut, which it's evolved to do, but also has to find a space in your gut. And if other e-coli are there it can't get in. So what it does is it produces a bacteria that will kill just those strains of e-coli releasing that environment for them to now, invade, and also, if you're going to if you're back, you're, you're gonna make a molecule, you wanna make an efficient molecule, you don't want you want to overdo it, because it takes energy, your bacterial resources, right? Exactly. And so these guys only do this, they only make these molecules when they're stressed out by their neighbors by their close. Neighbours stressed out. The neighbors are competing for the same exactly shorter. Whatever stressed the in the environment, they feel so it could be just nutrients are depleted, or oxygen levels are low or high whatever bothers them peg, I want to back up here for a second because you were talking about. You don't want to mow down your microbiome want. You don't want to clear out all these beneficial bacteria that air in your body, but that first problem, the big problem of antibiotic resistance to bacteria since help you against that. Don't do that. The bacteria then develop resistance to the bacteria as well. Absolutely. They will. And that's where we have to be a little bit smarter. Now, if you look at the evolution of bacteria sins, the bacteria have survived using these most every species, uses them, and what they do is they have a huge panel of them. And so you you're constantly selecting for a new protein that can do the job better. So in the human parallel, you have antibiotics and we have the first one penicillin great thing till. It's not ampicillin. Tetracycline Oxy tetracycline. And we invent or discover one after the other because of resistance the bacteria don't have to wait for that. They have tons of these proteins for billions of years. Johnny. Yeah. So what they do is they, they just cycle through them and it's actually Kintu rock paper scissors the bacteria play game where they bring in new protein resistance evolves. The producer disappears and now being resistant can be costly and so- sensitivity involves. And then a new producer comes in and it just cycles round around the premise of your bit. If I understand it is to addenda fi the bacterium with, which I am infected than show up with the proper bacteria Zain. That's right. We have another caller, Chelsea. Are you out there? Hello. Where are you calling from Chelsea? I'm calling from Minnesota. Well, that's a big place. Are you allowed to tell us specifically where in Minnesota? Thank cloud. Minnesota like central Minnesota like right in the middle not far from the source of the of the Mississippi River. No, I live right next to it. Next to it is, for me is a lot like not far so cool..

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 Warriors move to conference finals despite missing Durant

WBZ Afternoon News

00:27 sec | 2 years ago

Warriors move to conference finals despite missing Durant

"Golden State of answers to the Western Conference finals will face the winner of the Portland. Denver Surrey's the warriors playing without the injured. Kevin durant? Eliminate Yusen what eighteen thirteen Steph curry scores. Thirty three all in the second half. Head coach Steve Kerr on moving on. Great basketball team. But we're thrilled to be moving on and excited to have this winning our rear view mirror. And now we've got a lot more

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"yusen" Discussed on First Things First

First Things First

04:01 min | 2 years ago

"yusen" Discussed on First Things First

"They have been off season. However, they still have slightly better odds than the bucks team with the second. Best odds to win it all and arguably the best player currently playing in the playoffs. Nick who has a better chance to win the title the warriors or the bucks with with respect to the good people in Las Vegas. My friends the bookmakers out there. This one's wrong. Now, it's right in that. I'm sure they're just trying to get even money whatever it is. But the. Team left that team that right now is most likely to win the championship is the team that employs that guy right there Janas. It's the team that right now goes eight deep and is getting a starter back in Malcolm brogden, just got him back. It's the only team that has already advanced to the next round. It's the healthiest team in these playoffs. And the team owns the best in the regular season. It's the Milwaukee Bucks. So they understand the respect to Golden State. I understand that Golden State especially since the belief is if they can get past Houston, they still have the Kevin Durant coming back by the time. They get to the NBA finals, and they probably believe if Golden State gets passed Yusen, they have an easier conference finals matchup against Denver or Portland, then Milwaukee would have against Toronto or Phillies certainly than against Tronto. But Milwaukee's been the best team all year long. They continue to be the best team. And nothing to me that has happened is postseason changes my mind on that. I think this would be a great matchup either, Houston or the warriors. But we're talking about the warriors and the bucks, and I can I could see. How the bucks would match up. And if you look at you got to go beyond the starting five, we're Golden State where they're hurting right now as far as their bench. And then golden statement, I believe they would have tremendous problem with Milwaukee. They just got brogden back. He plays sixteen critical minutes in that game. Clinching number five that I believe will be invaluable once we get to the NBA finals narcotic markets. He's back playing. He's played several games even been in the starting lineup. But I believe this comes down to coaching win Golden State because you know, they have to go small at some point what will the bucks do to counter act that and we'll put Janas at center because they put you on at center with all the shooters. They have believed that that unit right? There would give the warriors fits that bench and Janas plane the center potentially I believe is the difference in a series that to me is the. The key to if this series were to happen. And it's why I don't favor the bucks in the east. I favor them to win the title, even they have to play Golden State because I don't think you can affect play the Hamptons five against the Milwaukee Bucks. I just don't. So even when Kevin Durant gets back. Kevin it's been a rim protector against the rockets will Clint cappella sill line for my friend, Sean Pendergast has spatula for hands. So he can't hurt him. And harden while he's a bulldog, and he's and he's broad shoulders and strong. He's not toll enough to really give. Kevin Durant troubles. When he goes in there Jaanus is almost as tall as Katie Jaanus is way, stronger bless you think Kevin Durant. And so what are you going to do? Are you going to ask Draymond green to guardians? Okay. Good luck. Like, Draymond green. Is a great defender. He cannot deal with Janas because of the size size advantage and Draymond green. Doesn't have much of a strength advantage on. So the warriors would have to play a center and you're gonna play center then all of. Sudden your offense of officiency is going to dip dramatically. This is a series where they would miss boogie cousins. There are this is all these things matter when you were playing team of Milwaukee's caliber, but I just I happen to believe that what has happened with the books is obviously people that watch these shows that they have real jobs. Right. So they can't watch NBA league pass all your long a lot of their cues on teams. Come from listening to the experts listening to the people on television. Yes. And I don't think a lot of people watch from Milwaukee throughout the year..

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"yusen" Discussed on Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast

Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast

03:33 min | 2 years ago

"yusen" Discussed on Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast

"He's going to have less impact in the playoffs. When you're going against great pick and roll ball handlers who can pull up for three teams that can really space the floor use it as one of the best offenses in NBA history. James harden is one of the best offense players Nimby history. And if you're putting that many resources of one of your top two guys into a player who just you know, just do to structurally who he is can't have as much effect then. Yeah. If Rigo bears one of your best players you unless the other one is LeBron James or something I do think you're going to struggle to get to a conference finals or an NBA finals, just because. Oh, that's he can't have enough of an impact on the other end as well. But let's see how he plays the the rest of the series that they do have one more game. I think he's gonna play wall tonight in theory, unless they just totally lay down in this game for thought he actually showed more often simply in game three. So I think you're being we'll hard harsh on your problem. I I understand we're having you know, that reminds me we completely glossed over Quin Snyder and the first two games, which was just I mean, you you nailed it to on one every single time down. I mean, it was it that was the crazy. I mean, I know that the bucks were able to do it. But the bucks are much different team. They don't have that can have honest, and they don't have Eric Bledsoe. And they also I mean, I think actually Utah's really miss Dante Exum in the absolutely well, he he's been one of the best at garden harden the last few seasons. Yeah. Now, they image on the offense. And quit Snyder. Like, you complain about the defensive strategy like they're getting a Shillo too wide open threes every game just not making. I mean, that's that Quincy Carter's fall. Right. Well, that's yeah. That's And I thought did. they did actually have I agree with you against wanted to. They had some really nice adjustments in game three to get things. Going to really emphasize getting the ball to the roll man having that guy get deep post position against the weeks. I guard who's smaller to try to help. They have tried stuff. I thought there and their offense looked great to me in the first half. And then they just they really bogged down, but he at least made them go back to switching everything. So I I agree with you having the whole game was one in two for Utah. I thought was just a pathetic effort from their entire organization, basically in those two games. But I I think they've recovered a little bit and hopefully they'll play reasonably well tonight, and maybe even win one. Because I I mean to me they're my most disappointing team. We're gonna right if we're going to get to that pick that series to go seven and two just not even compete in the first two games. And then to not win that game in game three when they made hardened struggles so badly in part because of what they did, obviously. Sure up but to just not be able to capitalize on that. It is just such a display. Yeah. They. Have been you know, I I was like king jazz supporter coming into the season. They obviously had a rough first half of the season. But I thought that they were going to be the third best team in the west this year, and they weren't far off. But I think Yusen is better than they were last year. And that's kind of thrown us off it particular James harden is better and then winning a game with a game that like he had in game in game. Three would not have happened last season. So I think that are are sort of perceptions of these teams aren't quite where they should be. I think Houston is just pretty much what they were last year if not slightly better. And it's really interesting question because Paul to me is definitely worse right defenses worsening. They just don't have the same size. But the scheme is I think they're not witching every single thing. Which means they're not as susceptible to blown switches. And then the back door cuts. And so I actually it was it was one of my questions for for later on. I was gonna ask you if you thought Houston might be better crew..

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"yusen" Discussed on Say Why To Drugs

Say Why To Drugs

05:41 min | 2 years ago

"yusen" Discussed on Say Why To Drugs

"You get some really really super expensive privately helps that will cover up by things. But. In terms of in terms of the public health system. We didn't really have can can cover that nothing that needs to be privacy. I think that's true mobility's with substitution substitution mental health law treated, particularly well as Neha. Ferrick focus. Yeah. Yeah. Numerous people would probably qualify for Joe dot ISIS, and you often can get passed around them between services. I think the very very Nike Garcia dramatical service. They can pretty good idea for our Ponant disorder, Leukocyte, whatever it is should like the government all health guests of sizzle that kind of thing be doing mobile to cut address this imbalance. Just the difference in problems will men versus women. Yeah. I think really see it being talked about that much. He became the point of this book. Very with the women students many men. If I mean, if anything yes cheat now is just the only women take jerks too. But hasn't stretched his bars. Ignatz by. The something in it. Yeah. Women women themselves. Do you think there's nothing like the the women need to be mindful Lok when thinking about using substances all that kind of thing. A one of the things that struck me recent days with lots of talk about MDA strength going up in that kind of thing thinking about both saying dose of the is. And how just the physically biologic leeann absorb drugs differently tonight. Not can thing in that. If you just have one this doses. This yet, it's almost certainly a male days. Yeah. A nice get what's the official term is. But Wilson talks patient actually affects women more than men because of some like carbon. Yet. But basically, yes, I if you if you took appeal say in your hydrating, and you women you're more risk abortion subscription factor. Slam many ways in which we're more risk of taking drugs and alcohol. It's not just because possibly smaller. Fatima rations different will say things like the amount enzymes in the stomach the brightens that I'm Welby benched. Benchtop cycles is so this is really interesting to find out. I for me, my swimming with knives that if they've got a period is not great times guy out in getting wasted refusal for next to nothing. Anything? He probably have like you said Yusen it more like me to sort of crash the ball on that week. But when I didn't I was every other week of cycles spending on with us flooded with progesterone Toronto east region, you becoming more trek to the less attracted to drugs any said, having more or less, effectively a unofficial respite in on a very ticks Reuss belon- king into research papers. Now, I wasn't a letter. But I mean, in a way it makes sense. But yeah, I think it's something that you to keynote is in it's probably not a dramatic difference. Even I did not. I mean, I think I think he can be dramatic. Actually, I think the lack of relation points. He did you Martin smuggle? You might masturbate will say, yes, you're say, very likely to be more impulsively drinking in second jokes and you'll systems since sedan so efforts, but is very very interesting. Save this is where I felt thinking research. I actually feel thing that I was particularly when I was reading your book was about this phenomenon of telescoping Johnny just let about myself yet. Which is the idea that all the women might. Be less likely to go and seek treatment yet. They tend to what looks like a tend to progress to more serious problems more croissant on struggled to then get better. I think most clinicians we tell you the women. Progressive FOX than men when it comes to get into pendant. Bus one person lanes each he works in sort of eighty department of Oscar sets actually has a bit of Maitha therapy end. It's just that women have so many barriers to treatment that they con- AXA said early. It's meant that by the time they do exit said things that will really Yesler. Hit yet. Yeah. I think thumping since what looks like they might actually have poorer prognosis, but actually is because there are different population because then you have the more severe, and because they only go to and keeping both again even birth giving that we have readied knowledge, the facts in our child, the United jerks, vacuum indifferently probably is that they are proceeding cricket, but they're not able to access services cyclically. So it's a complex picture. Click in multiple use cases. Yeah..

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"yusen" Discussed on Rich Bitch

Rich Bitch

02:32 min | 2 years ago

"yusen" Discussed on Rich Bitch

"Your friends more than anything on your family should value. So send them a frigging and get them to value us. This is a boundary issue. This is owning the fact of this is a business for you. Now, I have a ton of women who've come to me and said, oh, gee, I can't make money online starting my coaching business. And I'll say our people reaching out to you. And they'll say, yeah, there's about four or five girls that constantly reach out to me. It always ask questions and. I will say are they clients? And they'll say yes, have you pitched them yet? Have you asked for the sale known and on way too nervous? I don't know. I don't want to send her link or anything that would be weird. And I think it's more weird that she's been abusing your time and not realizing that this is what you do. Is your profession? And so it's like now if my friends were deemed me marketing tips, I mean, they know this is what I do. And again, I know this is the eight the challenger coming out in me kind of sound like I'm pissed, but it's really trying to drill home that you guys need to own what you do and don't be afraid to sewn the DM and to really awesome tips write this down coordinate us. This was a game changer for me and selling my masterminds without any sales calls. So if you're at this level and can do this video message on Instagram because Instagram? Voice message it. I wish it did. It'd be so awesome. And invoice message on Facebook. And this was a way to add a little level of intimacy in the response. So I didn't look like a robot. An example of this to add this level of intimacy and to close the sale is Susan rights. You and says, hey, I want to maybe if your program, I don't know. I like what you're doing. I think you can help me she shows interest Yusen back of fifteen second video message on Instagram. Maybe two of them whatever keep it short. And sweet or a quick voice. Message up to one minute on Facebook. And it sounds like this. Hey, Susan so excited you reached out. I'd love to hear more about you. And your goals. Let's set up a call. Let's see this would be a great fit. And I'm so excited. You reached out? I'm really honored. And I would love to coach you through this. If this is a good fit done, and that fifteen seconds, you girls freak out always done this to be a good human and show that I care, and I want to I want them to hear my voice. And I think this goes back to the dating days where when I was Dave. A lot. I would never go on the blind date with a guy unless I heard his voice. I because I just like wanted to know he was real and wasn't a bought it people want to know, your real humid before they send you money on the internet. Right. It's this. I would never go on the date unless I heard his voice on the phone text me because I didn't know there were on all these apps like Madge, Tinder, I didn't know if he was real it's the same thing. It's a sale, right? That's a sale..

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"yusen" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"yusen" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"There's a one stop emporium for all things. Trump in the south west. It's a place where supporters of President Donald Trump can go to converse and by all sorts of Trump themed merchandise standing next to cardboard cutout. So the president and first lady Stephen Slayton is co owner of the Trump store and coffeehouse in Show Low Arizona, they come into the Trump store like minded people conservative same values. The president has nice screen conversations. The bestseller make America great again red caps. Stephan Kaufman, CBS news Prescott. Arizona a Japanese. Royal is leaving the imperial family to marry a commoner twenty eight year old Princess Sciacca got married to shipping tycoon Nippon Yusen in Tokyo today. She wore a traditional kimono and typical imperial molded hairdo. The groom chose a black toxin great paths. The Princess becomes plain old Mariah after she signs her marriage papers later today. Deborah. Rodriguez. CBS news. Alleged to good Samaritan shooter in custody. I'm Cindy Burkey. That's one of the stories we're following on AM seven sixty a twenty one year old man is in custody for allegedly shooting an active duty sailor who pulled over on a freeway ramp to offer help according to police. Authorities say Brandon Acuna shot Curtis Adams at about two AM Saturday morning on the southbound fifteen connector to the northbound five police arrested a Kuna after spotting him pulled over on the north five in a car that matched the suspect vehicles description an apparent cannabis oil extraction operation exploded at a south bay home this weekend. According to police a spokesman says officers and paramedics responded at about seven thirty pm Saturday to a house on leader and Egger highlands, one person was badly burned..

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"yusen" Discussed on This Week in Science

This Week in Science

05:23 min | 3 years ago

"yusen" Discussed on This Week in Science

"Sometimes it's kind of fun anyway, they're very old longtime ago and they include some of the oldest vertebrates this group of fishes with a mineralized skeleton that has ever been discovered, but they're really old in its fossilized tissue. And so the question is what exactly is. That fossilized tissue made of is it made of bone. And so there are skeletons in living vertebrates that are that come from four different times kinds of tissue. The have bone, which we know of is the hard stuff inside our bodies. There's cartilage, which is like stuff in your ears and your nose, the soft stuff, and den teen and enamel which are teeth are constructed from and these tissues. All of them are unique because they become mineralized as they develop. And that's what gives strength and rigidity too there structures. So researchers wanted to know exactly the the question of primitive bone tissue. What? What really, how did where did it come from the bay say in their the abstract of their paper, the crux of the controversy. Eighty in the question of the of bone is the nature of the UN mineralized spaces that are found all through the matrix in these early vertebrates skeleton fossils and they say it's a bone like tissue. They call Aspden is what they call this tissue. And so the spaces that are inside the mineralized bits, they have been hypothesized to have housed living cells which is similar to our bone where living cells give rise to the mineralized structure of the bone, or whether they had cell processes or particular fibers inside of them. And so they used synchrotron x Ray tomography to get at this true nature of Aspen, and they were able to determine that once and for all these voids that were there in the structure of this early bone like substance were not from living cells. And so this Aspen that they call it is a cellular dermal bone, and they reject the hypothesis that it is a type of Dentin cellular bone or even a transitional tissue, let something like a cartilage. And so what they think based on their study is that the full range of skeletal tissue types were around before vertebrates arose. And so the tissue types were all there. They just weren't being used to create a skeleton. In the way that the vertebrates are known to. And so it was a rapid evolution that occurred that led to the the use of all those tissue types to create the ver the vertebral column and skeleton. Sometimes you gotta look at the little things and I like the. The the scientific method here. I mean, they were cutting away hypotheses. You know, it's like we're going to look at the evidence and we will get rid of the hypotheses that are evidence. Doesn't line up with our evidence goes this way, no cells. This was not a living cell that there were no living cells that then created this structure around them and supported it. No, it was something different. So we'll get rid of that hype asus. So that's the scientific method in action. Very visibly. That's why I kinda liked to this study the most, but I know I, yeah, I'm bones the mystery of the origin over skeletons being solved. The study was published in nature, ecology and evolution. If you're interested in following up on it, it makes me wanna go back through. It doesn't actually, but it makes me really excited for going back through college or the people who are going to go through vertebrate biology, evolutionary morphology, stuff like that. They're gonna have so much more answers than any of us had. It's I. I mean, I even remember when I went through, they were like, yeah, and then there were turtles, and we were really sure there was this weird. You know, there's no middle ground. And then while I was taking that class, they found a fossil with a plaster on. Right. And so this is exactly like that David saying, okay, and then there were bony fishes, and we're not exactly sure how, and now we're gonna know we're going to have a real answer to be able to provide in the history of the evolution of life. Yeah, so neat is I think it's very neat. All right. Tell me about drugs. Justin drug is up. Okay. Turns out that the Yusen prescription opioids in the United States which has been an epidemic. It's been called the health crisis..

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"yusen" Discussed on Clockwise

Clockwise

03:01 min | 3 years ago

"yusen" Discussed on Clockwise

"Somebody else in their household and they don't have access or their their devices are filtered in some way and it's like there are a lot of tools we often tend to look at the the empowering aspects of technology and i think we don't look closely at the ways it can be used to to hurt and restrain other people in a like we think about sometimes on like a governmental level right but we don't think about it as much on a personal level and i think that's something that we definitely need to be aware of in this age and the fact that technology is so ubiquitous that being able to control somebody else's access to it or be able to use it on somebody else where against somebody else is is really a problem and can be can be very difficult to fight back on that yeah i've wondered about this kind of thing for a while but from a different perspective and that we have a bit of smart home gear in our home and if someone else can take control of it could they could really make our life living l but i hadn't thought about it in terms of someone else harassing or visit another fam only member which is pretty scary i've seen i'm sure hundreds articles over the years about amazon or google or apple or the government spying on people or you know hackers taking over your lights which is but this is the first time i've seen article focus in on the yusen domestic abuse so i think from media perspective yeah we could definitely do more to publicize this issue but also as others have said to better job explaining how to avoid these kind of things how things were changing passwords that kind of thing intend to vendors as damage and i'd like to see more vendors just offer features like multiple accounts so multiple people can have adleman access much better instructions aptitude rule so people who aren't the quote unquote tech techie in the family still understand what's going on because i feel like so many of these devices they just kind of an expert and so when it's happenings at the person who already knows what's going on ends up doing everything that's tech related smart home related and the other people in the family are just like okay that's your job when really everybody as george mentioned earlier everybody really needs to to understand how these things work especially as they're just gonna become more and more prevalent and then just things like forcing people to change passwords when they first device so that they don't have these easy to help passwords anybody can guess but to be honest i don't really expect much of this on the vendor side so i'm hoping that we in the tech media can take the lead agreed well that is going to do it for us but we may have enough time for a bonus question before we do i want to tell you all about our friends at mac weldon macworld makes the most comfortable underwear socks shirts undershirts hoodies and sweatpants that you will ever wear and that's no lie frankly i gotta say it mac wellness better than whatever you wearing right now unless it's mac walden and they're so confident about this that they've got a no questions asked return policy macworld wellness sure that you're going to be super comfortable and whatever you buy but if for any reason you don't like your first pair you get to keep them because obviously they don't want them back and

"yusen" Discussed on The FitCast

The FitCast

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"yusen" Discussed on The FitCast

"Okay sorry brains some down because there's some they wanna go go back to those that's awesome it sounds sounds awesome i good sounds like again you're of filling avoid that is absolutely there in in the industry i'm looking forward to seeing what everyone thinks about in checking it out i will i will say the last thing on just to defend my millennials hey look like dow we've found like from the statistics the research that has been done millennials are actually the hardest working generation they tend to work way more hours they don't take sick days they they work through everything they work more they have multiple jobs there sometimes contract again it was really interesting looking a lot of this stuff up so just think about that again there's lazy folks in every generation there were stones back in the seventies there was no okay so what you said i mean that's one of the things that daniel comment in those guys look at is we have a tendency in our cultural cool culture what is focal we tend to believe as causal right on ever as it's such well any os millennials millennials oh it's their fault you know what i mean like newer so easily manipulated like if you're like hey guys eating string cheese do this all true teas during cheese string cheese opposite people like fucking on sorry that that's what got you know it's like we're it's like sometimes we act like rats in a cage it's like yusen deductive logic distance yourself from the stuff that you hear in china like challenger sumptious on things this is this is perfect because you brought it up and it was something that i wanted to ask you about but okay let's say if we do roberta teams heading in we're working with both males and females at the same time obviously you know that's something that should hit on in the workshop but it kinda just briefly like what what are some considerations we should have as coaches you know when we're kinda looking from buying with female athletes versus male athletes and trying to be objective here you know i don't want to treat this like they are two oh my gosh two completely different things you have to your everything up you know it's not that drastic but there are things up.

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"yusen" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

1410 WDOV

03:02 min | 3 years ago

"yusen" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

"The sean hannity show traffic has accused active and once it one accusation is the too i think there has to be john conyers is an icon in our country he's done a great a great deal to protect when at both violence against women act which the left wing right wing it's now quoting the as praising him for his work on that and he did great work on that the allegations against congressman conyers as we have learned more since sunday are serious disappoint disappointing credible spare said of the brave woman came forward are owned justice i praise the congress nippon yusen his family and wish them well health ever congressman congress should resign nancy pelosi's statement which i'm sure all of you all are aware of at this juncture calling on the congressman to resign first of all it is not up to nancy pelosi nancy pelosi did not elect the congressman she surest hail won't be the one still the congress in the to leave that decision will be completely up to the congressman he's not thought about that he's thinking about his health he's thinking about getting wale that is the may focus above the family director air force or leninist go ahead a by what britain who shall pass now what you did and though that okay i'm telling you very much uh i have heard many here in m a spice to a him by holding which boy john conyers the pillar uh he will get the deadly in horse uh to replace new might say then congress and i are very proud of the fact that are visiting of the bridge and those i will continue harold hall there's fan of our search for a vote cutting bird retirement plans to together if a we'll have more about that a very soon congress and i'm gonna get some clarity here and i think i do have it before the record but those may not have understood offered what you said is that you very confident in your legacy you are today at this time at this moment in this period preparing for your retirement a day in which you are not prepared to annouce at this moment i've heard you've heard about bringing the fifth presented folk and i am retiring i am i want everyone to know how much i appreciate the support it the incredible vin menace of.

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"yusen" Discussed on KELO

KELO

02:55 min | 3 years ago

"yusen" Discussed on KELO

"Solid as a rock honest kunz tool this is the sean hannity show cemented accused at you and was at one accusations that too i think there has to be john conyers is an icon in our country he's done a great a great deal to protect women bought violence against women act which left wing right wing is now quoting me praising him for his work on that and he did great work on that the allegations against congressman conyers as we have learned more since sunday or serious disappoint disappointing and very credible spare said of the brave woman of came forward old justice i praise the congress nippon yusen his family and wish them well health ever congressman congress should resign these statements which i'm sure all of you all are aware of at this juncture calling on the congress meant to resign first of all it is not up to nancy pelosi nancy pelosi did not elect the congressman initially surest hail won't be the one still the congress in the to leave that decision will be completely up to the congressman he's not thought about that he's thinking about his health he's thinking about getting wale that is the may focus of the family record her air her for or government a briton lord boobs shell pass what on news reminder chooses i have here at a and m of credit to him by home its boy john but bird earth he won't uh i mean you might say that congress and the her parents crowded the back of the and the room continue jonathan wasserman a vote putting barrett retirement plans to get i will have more about path a very soon congressman okay and i wanna get some clarity here and i think i do have it before the record for those may not have understood offered what you said is that you very confident in your legacy you are today at this time at this moment in this period up preparing for your retirement a day in which you are not prepared to annouce at this moment i do for out me to focus.

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"yusen" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"yusen" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"A says a selling point gap anyway my question today is uh i use uh window thabit on on this particular computers my desk thought and about a month ago i started getting it have popping up on screen it can be in in uh facebook it can be on stuck on the surfing on elect on the web and i'll get a blue uh download tab it'll pop up on top of images and sometimes he'll be two or three of them show up and i re write click on on uh and you can look at property it referring to the link that i'm on i have no idea where the who's coming up brown iran ah eat their not 32 antiapartheid pablo i mean i can't now where is not going to do that that's that's not yet i mean what's the point of doing that just you know windows is funny that way sometimes weird things like that so a blue so you're looking at a web page in a tab pops up yeah right on poppa on the ama giving you make your one in may shake show or two or three of those like sound like a browser extension and then that so you could download the image directly yeah and but i have no idea how they came monday because ab picky about you know anything i'd i i wanted download what to browse miller you using uh i use i uh nicholson seven its authority eleven uh a lot of the hardware that were worth at work uh only works do we internet explore their story storrow starting to pay that in two world wars with edge but uh a lot of the uh i do a lot of uh network uh happy cameras or surveillance yusen uh some of the security systems i have access to reprogramme thing the only work to internet explore you don't have to politized soka east i know anybody who's it added explores a little bit on the defensive these days right it's a so one thing you can do is reset internet explorer like enact this the first thing i would try there's also a safe mode uh but you could reset internet explorer which would clear out any extensions.

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"yusen" Discussed on Daily Tech Headlines

Daily Tech Headlines

01:32 min | 4 years ago

"yusen" Discussed on Daily Tech Headlines

"Japan passed a law friday that allows owners to run out private homes to third parties for up to one hundred eighty nights a year creating a clear legal framework for services like air bnb renters need to register with local authorities and those local 30s can impose further restrictions every andy has about fifty two thousand listings in japan and provided accommodations for fifteen percent of japan's 24 million tourists in 2016 including myself the nikkei asian review report shipping firms mitsui o s k lines and nippon yusen are working with shipbuilders including japan marine united to develop two hundred fifty selfpiloting cargo ships artificial intelligence would plot the safest shortest and most fuelefficient routes and could be in service by 2020 five the i would also be used to predict maintenance needs i'm reduce malfunctions the first ships will retain a small crew to oversee certain operations rolls royces also developing unmanned cargo ships with an operations date set for 2020 and finally bloomberg reports test lose market capitalisation past bmws friday to make tussle the fourth most valuable automaker in the world tesla announced earlier this week that the model three sedan would start production on time in july a cheaper model why is scheduled to arrive in late twenty nineteen don't forget if you want more discussion of tech news of the day subscribe to daily tech news show dot com daily tech headlines is supported only by you the listeners thanks to everyone who supports us at patriotic dot com slash dte ns we'll talk to you next time.

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"yusen" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

01:32 min | 4 years ago

"yusen" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Japan passed a law friday that allows owners to run out private homes to third parties for up to one hundred eighty nights a year creating a clear legal framework for services like air bnb renters need to register with local authorities and those local 30s can impose further restrictions every andy has about fifty two thousand listings in japan and provided accommodations for fifteen percent of japan's 24 million tourists in 2016 including myself the nikkei asian review report shipping firms mitsui o s k lines and nippon yusen are working with shipbuilders including japan marine united to develop two hundred fifty selfpiloting cargo ships artificial intelligence would plot the safest shortest and most fuelefficient routes and could be in service by 2020 five the i would also be used to predict maintenance needs i'm reduce malfunctions the first ships will retain a small crew to oversee certain operations rolls royces also developing unmanned cargo ships with an operations date set for 2020 and finally bloomberg reports test lose market capitalisation past bmws friday to make tussle the fourth most valuable automaker in the world tesla announced earlier this week that the model three sedan would start production on time in july a cheaper model why is scheduled to arrive in late twenty nineteen don't forget if you want more discussion of tech news of the day subscribe to daily tech news show dot com daily tech headlines is supported only by you the listeners thanks to everyone who supports us at patriotic dot com slash dte ns we'll talk to you next time.

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