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"zay" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

05:00 min | Last month

"zay" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"You're going a baseball, aren't you? Am. I'm headed to baseball here in just a few minutes. Terry. Um I'm I'm amazed by Ricky Jones is promo, though first Looks like we got it won't go back to that. I want to talk about it now. Ricky Jones is pretty good at that kind of stuff. He is. Did you watch his diatribe? Ian, It's on YouTube. I haven't seen it yet. I mean, I've seen the verbal version on Twitter. So no, he's standing there with his box, his wrestler. And there standing in front of a fancy car. I forgot what it is and what he's talking about their wealth and their how their smarts, the two of them and how they're going to take everybody out. Right, Jodi? Yeah, and like like, he's like, really good at that stuff. He should maybe quit the day job and become a wrestling promoter because I think he's got a future in it, you know? Until next Thursday night. Right, Terry, I'm on team, Terry. Well, it zay don't know my wrestler. I mean, Matt Jones said. Hey, you, Daryl Isaac said to leave town cannot move you up a week, cause I was gonna be May 20th. I'm like, Yeah. Okay, whatever. I mean, it's all phony wrestling nonsense, So I just you know, I'm being dragged around by the nose. I'm playing along trying to help Matt with his fledgling business s O. I just don't want to get hit in the head. That's all. I was just gonna say. Just duck. If you hear someone say, Terry, just turn around and duck. They don't call your name before they hit in the head with a chair. That's the problem. Uh, s so worries may that would worry that would worry. Me too. You have to take in as your bodyguard. Maybe. Maybe that maybe you need a bodyguard. Oh, that wouldn't help. I'm not getting hit with a chair just to stand in the way he would be out of there before you would be that would later in the show. We'll play a little bit of Ricky Jones is hyperbole. It's It's ridiculous on so many fronts approach me about coming ov w I said I could only come If I have somebody excellent. You're right. He's got that whole phony manager non cells is Hey, really. He's dressed to the nines. And then he eventually lets the wrestlers say something, and he just says What? We're gonna go eat. And then and then it goes back to Ricky talking. Ricky's got the whole thing down. Uh, all right. Some real sports news for you here this afternoon Little baseball action tonight the bats with their first win last night of the new season. They've got Columbus. In Game four of their Syriza again. Remember, they play Mah Tuesday through Sunday of each week. Then they'll take Monday off there on the road. Next week, the Cubs were up three to nothing. And the bottom of the fifth inning today on the Pirates is the only afternoon game. Every other game is either seven or Ah little bit later this evening, but it is a full slate of games this afternoon Phil Mickelson after a 64 yesterday. 75. He's dropped out of the top 10 of the Wells Fargo Championship Quail Hollow Golf Club in Charlotte, North Carolina. Matt Wallace, Gary Woodland and Patrick Rogers, all six under par all finished for the afternoon. The best round of those three today goes to Wallace, who had a four under 67 this afternoon. They are back playing in Chapel Hill. So North Carolina is one nothing over Iowa in the NC double a tournament national championship, the semi the semifinals and national championship of the field hockey championship. The Louisville Cardinals, making their first appearance ever. They were scheduled to play it for a clock. It's now going to start sometime between five and six o'clock. They won't know unofficial start time until the first game is complete. But Louisville and Michigan at some point tonight, the Cardinals hoping to get to their first national championship game, Good luck, Justine salary and the Cardinals. Cool to watch them, Terry because they have a lot of local young athletes that they come from school, all schools all over The city of Louisville on day. It's kind of cool to watch how she has built this program and taking it to a national level to be in the national championship. The Final four this weekend baseball college baseball tonight, Kentucky and Florida in game to the Wildcats win 75 last night with two runs in the bottom of the eighth inning there, 11 and 11 and the SEC battling for post season bid is the Kentucky Wildcats and the Louisville Cardinals. Trying to keep that moment, um One from Tuesday night's win over number two Vanderbilt Louisville will host Duke tonight. The first of three games is again They try to dodge the weather this weekend. Dammit! Donald told you on Wednesday, they might play a double header tomorrow. I think they'll see what after tonight's game, what happens and then potentially, maybe maybe do call a doubleheader tomorrow because Sunday looks like While it's mother's Day, Mother's Day's always a perfect day. It looks like it's going to be a wet mother's day for us this year that sports news radio 8 40 WHS that Mr Jay Carr knows he's on top.

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"zay" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

06:46 min | Last month

"zay" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"About that particular product and project at the bottom of this hour, But the big sell it is and what a wonderful way to keep those gutters clean and free flowing. So today, let's talk about what you're working on. Let me give you the phone number. You can grab a line. It's 808 to 38255. Also the bottom of the next there with Lance Lang. He is with dry lock. We're gonna talk about some waterproofing paint for floors and for walls. And that particular products been around a long time and does a great job. So if you're not familiar with it, I would like to introduce you to that at the bottom of the next hour, So we're taking your calls regarding your home improvement projects. Yesterday was a really busy day. And s O jump onboard. And let's make today busy also throughout the country of the past, the ants and all that they're showing up in a vengeance. It's somebody called yesterday and said, You know, I got these big carpenter ants and I can't tell where they're coming from, and they're not coming from outside your inside my house there inside your house. And the carpenter Reince do have what he calls satellite nurseries, but the queen is still outside somewhere. And they love damp, rotted wood. So an old tree branch. Lot times hangs over the roof. They fall down through the chimney and enter your arm set up a satellite nursery and their business a lot of times. If you have mulch, you could just watch him parade. It's like a highway. They're gonna run across the mulch bed up the tree into the branch. Alone. Behold your have something on that house where they're gaining entry. If you just spend Oh, 5 10 minutes, you'll see the highway system. You'll see where they're going to. You'll see where they're coming from, and you'll see their entry. And then you get these baiting in apparatuses. Rescue dot coms got him. This is not just the liquid in the piece of cardboard. It's a self contained baiting system. They take that baby back to the queen kills the queen. That's how you get rid of the ants. Takes about three or four days. First couple days you'll see more ants than you ever knew you had. But it's very efficient in that particular bait. Yesterday, I was explained when we go through transitional seasons. Um, answer require a change in there, um, in their diet, whether it's carbohydrates or proteins, as far as I know, the rescue one. Is the only one that has both carbohydrate and protein. So they're attracted, regardless of the weather, cool and damp. Warm and maybe even hot, so they're attracted to that. And they take that bait, and they start eliminating the working on eliminating the queen's. So, um, it's rescue dot com You can check that out. Again. Our phone numbers 808 to 38255 will kick things off with Terry Terry, welcome. Thank you. I listen to you all the time. Thank you. I've called in three or four times and gotten good advice straight. This time. I'm purchasing a house and it Zay Pris Borden bat. Okay? And I really like that. I had another house. That was Cyprus boarding back, but I mean, I know I can use wet and forget to get rid of the green stuff. But is there something else that I should I should be using to clean the whole outside. Well, if you got a lot of dirt, and you got mold and mildew, Ah, probably been recommending a good oxygenated bleach, probably for 20 some years and it's ah It's a powder that is Sprinkle, you know, mixed in with water in a tank sprayer, and you can wet the side of the house. Let's sit about 10 minutes and then you know, scrub it down like a Wood fibers, street broom something along those lines. Something has got some guts to it. Okay, agitate that and then rinse it off. It works very well. But it's a good grade of oxygenated bleach. It's used in a lot of debt cleaners used in a lot of mace Street cleaners and used also is a sighting wash, but it's safe on You know, plants and safe for you and does a really good job of cleaning. Okay? And I know the lady Previously you mentioned where to get that oxygenated bleach. Well, most hardware stores will have it. Most hardware stores don't know they have it. So you know what I always do is I send people to his website, which is the fi would stain dot com. And five wood stain dot com is a stain of wood stain, Obviously mainly used on decks can be used on houses and they have a wood cleaner, which is about the highest grade of oxygenate bleach that I know It's very, very good. Okay? Well, that's great. Um I am. You're saying Tito win it all down with this and then scrub it with like a broom right? Something that's got a little guts to it. So again, it's a powder. It'll have the mixing instructions on there. You went that sighting down and you leave. It went for about 10 minutes and then just slightly agitated. The street broom works really well. It's got the wood fibers has got some guts to it just kind of agitated and then hose it off. Hose it off. It'll get rid of the molds. The mildew is the darts. The whole works. That's wonderful. That's wonderful. Well, thank you so much. I'm glad we're here for us. Very good. Thank you very much. Take care of Terri. Bye bye. All right again. Our numbers 808 to 38255 and Mark welcome. Gary. Good morning morning. I'm in chagrin falls and I walked around my house the other day, and I've got a concrete block. Um, that looks like it's just deteriorating. It was part of the foundation of just one block, maybe 1.5 blocks and there's an area about 13 inches by maybe one of the quarter inches deep at the deepest point. It looks like it was just just popped out. Huh? Is it our corner right in the middle of the bird blocker? It is.

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Biden calls for immediate gun reform after mass shootings

Eddie and Rocky

00:29 sec | 3 months ago

Biden calls for immediate gun reform after mass shootings

"On Congress to pass gun control legislation, but there may not be enough Democratic support. GOP Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell says he's open to talks but doesn't support the House passed measures on expanding background check is despicable acts of violence. Should need to be condemned for what they are. But the legislative solutions Have been perplexing on as a Zay said, I sure Joe matches opposition to the version. The past and now Michelle, France and

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"zay" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:32 min | 3 months ago

"zay" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Zay On top of the key throws wing, right, Alexander Walker drives lays it up and in That's it least the fifth time that they've driven from outside the three point line all the way for a layup. Column balls down the lane strip Stolen Kyra Lewis ahead to Zion to the rack. No. Fouled first. Carmelo Anthony. Make sure that Zion doesn't punch it in on the Blazers and maybe punch them out for the night. 99 85. Re throws coming coach. The pelicans have 48 points in the paint now three quarters into the game. When I added the points up for three games they played since the All Star game. I thought I was wrong. They have 208 136 advantage for the first three games. They're averaging 69. Their opponents are averaging 45, but it's because they just attack the rim. They missed. They get an offensive rebound. It's incredible. I mean, ages live in the paint, and you can't stop him. You're making that up. I don't believe I wish I were. Second free throw good. Got on both hands done A good job. The line coach. He has six for six. Yeah, boy. If he even comes close to that, on a regular basis, they'll be thrilled. Portland one, The first meeting between these 21 26 to 1 24 same two teams. Same building on Thursday night. There picks up the dribble near the top of the hard ones, too. Right back between the circles from Melo hasn't deep straightaway three Oh, man, almost to the logo, almost a logo. Lillard make Willard with 33. Rotor caught by heart corner left, and he threw it away just right to Gary Trent Junior at the top of the lane. Breath into the lane, muscling the Louis grabbed on the arm and fouled pulled to the floor. By Kyra Lewis. They got a chance to score some points. That's been a big factor in the game. Warns that a much better job converting off the Portland turnovers in Portland has with New Orleans turns the ball over that hurt him into third. They had a couple of opportunities where We got to turn over, just went down and couldn't put the ball in the basket. Was free Throw good. I'm going to start looking up Portland free throw records there. 22 23 Now 23.

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Cuomo denies reported claim of groping woman at governor's mansion

PM Tampa Bay with Ryan Gorman

00:29 sec | 3 months ago

Cuomo denies reported claim of groping woman at governor's mansion

"A Zay said last week. Thistles. Very simple. I never touched anyone inappropriately. The Times Union newspaper in Albany is reporting. It happened at the governor's mansion late last year, the aide telling a supervisor she had been called to the mansion to work when Governor Cuomo inappropriately touched her. Linda Schmidt with Fox, five. New York State attorney general has launched an independent investigation into the accusations. And the Pentagon announced Tuesday

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Sixth Accuser Raises New Allegations Against Gov. Andrew Cuomo

Rush Limbaugh

00:34 sec | 3 months ago

Sixth Accuser Raises New Allegations Against Gov. Andrew Cuomo

"Woman accuses New York Governor Cuomo of inappropriate sexual conduct. I'm not aware of any of this claim, a Zay said last week. Thistles. Very simple. I never touched anyone inappropriately. The Times Union newspaper in Albany is reporting. It happened at the governor's mansion late last year, the aide telling a supervisor she had been called to the mansion to work when Governor Cuomo inappropriately touched her. Linda Schmidt with Fox, five. New York State attorney general has launched an independent investigation into the accusations. And the

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McConnell says Trump was "practically and morally responsible" for Washington, DC riot after voting not guilty

WTOP 24 Hour News

03:33 min | 4 months ago

McConnell says Trump was "practically and morally responsible" for Washington, DC riot after voting not guilty

"Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell delivered a scalding denunciation of former President Trump calling him morally responsible for the attack on the U. S Capitol. But before that, of course, he voted not guilty in the president's impeachment trial. Joining us for more is Ken Walsh, White House and political analyst for U. S News and World Report. Can it looks like that High wire act continues for many Republicans and their relationship with the former president. Well, it does. And you know, this basically is a rebuke to President Trump because It was 57 to 43 vote to find him guilty of inciting the insurrection, But it failed to reach the 67 votes two thirds needed to convict. So it was a majority vote, including seven Republicans. Of course, what it is basically, it's it's sort of an outcome without a conclusion and It's um there's still a special congressional commission that's going to proceed to look at the events of January 6th when the capital was invaded. At the state level their investigations of President Trump's conduct and trying to overturn the election in Georgia and in New York. So This really has not resolved very much, And there's a lot of sense of disappointment really around Washington as to how this has all come out. Wasn't worth doing. And, of course, this such a ferocious partisanship in the air that, um, the House managers and the Democrats who pushed this field was worth doing because President Trump needed to be rebuked. But of course, he was not convicted. And so a ZAY say there's just the sense that this is, um This does not really resolve anything and that we're just as polarized as we had been with President Trump with the center of that of former President Trump in the center of that. And, um, we're gonna be talking about this, Uh, for well into the future. Did you find it interesting, though, that McConnell pointed specifically to criminal courts is a possible future forum for this kind of thing for the president. The former president? Yes. Yes, he did, And he sure almost invited that to happen. On But, you know, they're just step back and look a historically, um, in our first um, really two centuries we have one impeachment of Andrew Johnson 18 68. Ah, then, 130 years later, we had, um The beginning of appeared where we had three Bill Clinton. In 1998 and then Donald Trump twice in 2019 2021. So what's happened is that I think, partly because the presidency has gotten so powerful, and there's an effort in Congress to rein it in. And partly because we have become so partisan on polarized as a country, impeachment has become not the rare process that the founders envisioned, but something that's used as a As a weapon by both parties really against the sitting president. So we've had three impeachments now since 1998. And that's a really a remarkable historical development that impeachment has become. More of a regular eyes thing in our country. And as I say, three of them since

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Michigan State's NCAAT chances kaput? Who winds up with No. 1 overall seed?

CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

03:15 min | 5 months ago

Michigan State's NCAAT chances kaput? Who winds up with No. 1 overall seed?

"On thursday night gonzaga beat san diego ninety sixty two so the top ring zags sixteen to no second ranked bears fifteen no deadly. Somebody asked me a question on twitter yesterday. So let me present it to you if zaka and baylor both inner selection sunday undefeated. Which team is the number. One overall seed in the ncaa tournament. I- address this exact thing in my power rankings. This week baylor's the number one overall seed. That's not going to be up for too much debate. I don't think baylor will have at that point. Accrued many more quad one wins and road wins tougher opponents in gonzaga. So i don't think it will be up for much debate and that's before you even get into the question of whether or not Those teams have not played in their league tournaments. I think you're right. The question was presented to me about the number one overall seed the instability tournament. And then about whether i would adjust the top twenty five and one and i will not adjust the top twenty five and one i if i will not drop gonzaga from number one unless it loses. And that's been one of my kinda rules since i've been doing this job. I don't punish number one teams unless they actually lose. The only time can remember. Doing it is win duke zairian cam and who was the other guy that played with them. Norlander see if you can remember this time that team duke zay on camera. tish yeah. He's from canada. Third third pick in the draft of first team. All american show trae jones. Trae jones was on that team. But it wasn't him jack white. It was not yet check why it was not the third pick. Javelin delory in the subsequent. Nba draft. His name was started with all our in the next letter was j. rj. They call him rj. Oh i think i've heard this guy You're gonna have to help me with the last name though. Rj bay. That's right that's right that's right. Yeah that was The yeah he was the other player on this. So that's the only time. I can remember dropping a number one team without the number one team. Losing just silly to have anybody other than duke number one after that performance against that opponent on that stage. So i've done it before. But i will not do it. In in this scenario to punish gonzaga without losing would be to punish them. Strictly on league affiliation. And i won't do that but that said you're exactly right. Both schools have five quadrant. One wins right now. But according to the net the current net rankings baylor has six more quad one opportunities in the regular season. Gonzaga has just one so baylor could end up and likely would end up with basically twice as many quad wins as gonzaga. So i agree with you on selection sunday. If both teams are undefeated baylor based on the resume would be number one overall seed regardless of whether the people and the top twenty five one or anything else actually reflects

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Trump administration denies California relief for 6 fires

Forum

05:54 min | 8 months ago

Trump administration denies California relief for 6 fires

"Hey, Michael. Good morning. Good morning to you. Well, the Trump Administration did reject this request. It was in a letter from Governor Newsome back in September late September. This would mean essentially hundreds of millions of dollars to clean up damage from the six recent fires across the state, and it can be appealed. It will be appealed, but let's look at the motives behind the Trump administration's decision. What are they? Well, I don't want to see what the motives are, because this is a very much developing story. I did talk with Brian Ferguson of the Office of Emergency Services just within the last half hour. And you know, he makes it clear that they will be appealing. They don't seem particularly stunned by this they have. The Trump Administration has approved these kinds of requests for a presidential declarations in the past for wildfires and other disasters on clearly, you know, this wildfire season has been a particularly bad a historically bad one with Really bad fires in L, a Fresno Madeira counties and Casino San Bernadino, San Diego and Siskiyou. And so the administration sent this letter requesting disaster relief funds. More than four million acres burned in 2020. That's I think, double the state's previous record. And so the Trump Administration in responding FEMA in responding Said that the standards have not been met based on their review. So I did a said talk to Brian Ferguson and earlier this morning and this is how he described what the status of this request is. You know, this is not the end of our discussions in our process with the federal government. We were very much in the middle of this. Discussions with which the mother with other federal agencies can continue the letters and the legal documents for for months or even years. So we continued T work expeditiously that You know, turn on those programs leverages every ounce of federal support we can get, But this is very much an ongoing process. And he did say Michael that there are other parts of federal money that are available, like for small businesses and for you know individuals, A Zay said. This presidential declaration is the highest standard. On. So they know they only apply for these when they think they've got all of the verification and the data that they need to get it. So you know, I think they're not pulling the you know, pushing the panic button at this point. But clearly it was a surprise. And of course, you know your question was, you know, one of the motives and the initial. I think you know, the tendency is going to be to say, Oh, this is political. This is a psycho. This is trump trying to get you some back. You know, That may be true. It may not be true and it may all work out. In the end. This is not the first time That this sort of haggling back and forth has happened over an emergency declaration A few years ago, something similar happened with parts of the Oroville Dam. There were no questions about whether it was on state land federal land, so they haggled back and forth. And they finally resolved that. So you know, a cz Brian Ferguson suggested. This is not the end of the story. But it is surprising to say the least. Well, the president did approve welfare relief over the summer, and there are other sources of funding. FEMA grants, for example, is you mentioned, but no reasons were given, which is why I asked about motive, but remember the president and claim the state was not doing enough to prevent wildfires. He said. Governor Newsome did a terrible job forest management not breaking enough leaves, I guess like they do in Finland and The state faces over a $54 billion deficit because of the pandemic. It needs these funds to rebuild communities to rebuild buildings. Tio essentially fix damage roads and bridges. Absolutely, and you know, that was all included in the letter that the governor sent to FEMA into the president. Damage. As you said, you know, all kinds of infrastructure, not just the homes and buildings but bridges, schools, libraries, water and power facilities. Other infrastructure number of people have been killed. And you know this is extremely expensive and there are tremendous costs hundreds of millions of dollars for equipment and firefighters, fire retardant. There are all kinds of planes and helicopters, emergency emergency shelters, of course that get set up. So you know this is very expensive. It is a somewhat standard kind of request the kind of things that we see for hurricanes and Floods, wildfires and so on on. And as you said Trump has so far FEMA through and the Trump Administration have granted all of these on, you know, the president has said very recently that he has a good relationship with Newsome. You've Newsome was even featured briefly in an ad, which I'm sure he was not happy with the governor, but nonetheless, they do try to maintain despite all the political differences, which are major They do try toe team maintain a good relationship for just things like this, And we should mention that some of the stories that have come about as a result of this denial or refusal at this point have mentioned Wade Crow Foot. California Cabinet secretary confronting President Trump on climate change that one could assume falling on deaf ears. Well, you know, certainly. That was big news A few weeks ago when the president was here and yes, the governor's natural resource is director did confront him and I'm sure the president no did not appreciate the half. But I think we need to be careful to ascribe what what has happened here with this request to be directly related to that it might be, but it's not something that we're going to know. It's easy to speculate about Andi. It certainly wouldn't be inconsistent with the president's behavior on other issues in the past, But as I said FEMA are the Office of Emergency Services this morning at least, is not saying that and you know they're going to be appealing this initial rejection of the request.

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Tuukka Rask ‘Remains A Big Part’ Of Boston Bruins Roster, According To Don Sweeney

WBZ Afternoon News

00:27 sec | 9 months ago

Tuukka Rask ‘Remains A Big Part’ Of Boston Bruins Roster, According To Don Sweeney

"With the NHL draft tomorrow night, Bruins general manager Don Sweeney met with the media today. He spoke about goalie Tuukka Rask situation with the team First office communicated with took a Zay said before remains a big part of our our roster planning going forward, because I think by my knowledge with second business balloting, and we shall work very, very comfortable where old things that Brian Antonelli W busy Boston's news, right

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President Trump presides over a reshaping of Middle East power dynamic

All Things Considered

03:19 min | 9 months ago

President Trump presides over a reshaping of Middle East power dynamic

"The White House was trying to resolve the Israeli Palestinian conflict with the quote deal of the century, but the Palestinians were not among those signing the so called Abraham Accords today. It was the foreign ministers of the United Arab Emirates in Bahrain, agreeing to open diplomatic and economic ties with Israel. President Trump's staged an elaborate ceremony to mark the occasion were here this afternoon to change the course of history. After decades of division and conflict, we marked the dawn of a new Middle East. Neither Bahrain nor the United Arab Emirates were at war with Israel. They had been working quietly together to counter Iran. Israel's Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, thanked the the US US president, president, You You have have unequivocally unequivocally stood stood by by Israel Israel side. side. You You have have boldly boldly confronted confronted the the tyrants tyrants of of Tehran. Tehran. You've proposed a realistic vision for peace between Israel and the Palestinians, Palestinian see the deal's as a betrayal by their Arab allies and an effort by the Trump administration to undermine the Arab peace initiative. That plan calls for normalization with Israel after the Israeli Palestinian conflict is resolved. The Trump Administration took a different approach, says Aaron David Miller of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. They reserved all the honey for Israel in the key Arab states and all the vinegar for the Palestinians. The idea is that as Arab states normalize ties with Israel and get big arms deals with the U. S. They will put pressure on the Palestinians to make peace with Israel on terms more favourable to Netanyahu. Miller says It's known as the outside in approach, and he recalls numerous conversations about this with Trump's son in law and advisor Jared Kushner. It was just easier for them. It was more attractive for them. It was much more in keeping with the pro Israeli sensibilities both for political reasons, and in the case of Mr Questioner and others emotionally To align themselves with the eyes outside in approach. It's starting to pay off. But the Trump administration is still short of its ultimate prize, Miller says. Getting Saudi Arabia on board. My only concern is that they have hyped and Who plotted to the point where That may not yet be wanted. But if other Arab states join the party, particularly the Saudis, then I think you've got something that will be much more enduring. The Arab foreign minister say they're not turning their backs on Palestinians and Moradi Abdullah bin Zayed, speaking through an interpreter reminded Netanyahu that he agreed to suspend plans to annex parts of the Israeli occupied West Bank. You can look after dark cell. Um thank you for choosing peace and for halting the annexation off Palestinian territories at position that reinforces our shared will To achieve a better future for generations to come. In this time of a pandemic. The men didn't wear masks as they signed their deals with Israel. They did, however, avoid a public handshake. And while the ceremony was taking place at the White House, Palestinian militants in Gaza fired two rockets into southern Israel.

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Israel, UAE agree to normalize relations, with help from Trump

Morning Becomes Eclectic

00:46 sec | 11 months ago

Israel, UAE agree to normalize relations, with help from Trump

"Trump says the United Arab Emirates has agreed to recognize Israel. He calls it a historic breakthrough. To have had informal business and security ties for years, NPR's Michelle Kelemen reports in a statement. President Trump says the delegations from the two countries will meet in the coming weeks to sign a Siri's of bilateral agreements on everything from tourism to security and diplomatic relations and Moradi. Crown Prince Mohammed bin Zayed describes the agreement As a road map toward establishing bilateral relations. He also points out that the agreement would stop further Israeli annexation of Palestinian territories. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu had promised annexation in July, but Arab countries, including the US opposed it.

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NFL player Zay Jones reveals heartfelt encounter with white stranger amid George Floyd protests

Daily Pop

00:19 sec | 1 year ago

NFL player Zay Jones reveals heartfelt encounter with white stranger amid George Floyd protests

"Football player Zeta-jones. He tweeted about a moment that happened to him. A reads quote. I was just out of local home. GOODS STORE WITH MY cousin getting furniture for my place. When an elderly white woman approached me at the checkout counter, she looked at me with tears in her eyes, and then said I'm from Minneapolis and I. Just want you to know you matter to me.

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What Are The World's Biggest, Baddest Jigsaw Puzzles?

BrainStuff

06:18 min | 1 year ago

What Are The World's Biggest, Baddest Jigsaw Puzzles?

"Even before. It became a popular way to while away the hours days and weeks during isolation putting together. Jigsaw Puzzles was a favourite family activity. But did you know that? Jigsaw Puzzles have their origin in education. Sir John Spills Berry an English engraver and map maker in the mid. Seventeen hundred is credited with creating the first jigsaw puzzle in seventeen seventy six by attaching a map of the world to a piece of wood then cutting the country's out teachers used the maps to teach geography to their students and a recreational activity was born spills berry would hardly recognize his creation today in the early part of the twentieth century. Jigsaw Puzzles were used as marketing tools often given away or sold for mere pennies today companies. Still use puzzles for creative marketing. Take Kodak for instance. It's selling what it. Claims is the quote world largest jigsaw puzzle. We HAVE TO ADMIT. This thing is pretty huge. The fifty one thousand three hundred piece puzzle features twenty-seven injuries from around the world and when completed measures twenty eight point five feet by six point. Two five feet. That's eight point six meters by one point nine meters and this beast costs more than four hundred dollars but all due respect to the Kodak Jigsaw puzzle. The world's largest jigsaw puzzle by surface area. According to Guinness World Records was put together in Dubai in July of twenty eighteen. The puzzle was an honor of the year of Ziyad a year long tribute to the founding father of the United Arab Emirates. The late Shahid there are more than twelve thousand pieces in the puzzle which was an image of Zayed the official record size measured sixty five thousand nine hundred and five point one seven square feet which is six thousand one hundred twenty two point six eight square meters putting together. Jigsaw puzzles is a Greek group activity but one thousand six hundred students of the University of Economics Ad Hoc Human City in Vietnam took it to the next level. When they completed the jigsaw puzzle with the most pieces on record five hundred fifty one thousand two hundred and thirty two to be exact when it was finished the puzzle measured just over. Forty eight by seventy six feet about fourteen by twenty three meters. It took the students seventeen hours to create the massive puzzle which featured a lotus flower with six petals. But what about the hardest jigsaw puzzle? Ever it contains only nine pieces and it's called the puzzle nine it was designed by Asaka. It includes a small board. The nine pieces include right angles and curved edges. That fit together in several combinations. Think Tetris but way harder. The challenge is getting the last piece to fit. It's nearly impossible to fit all the pieces on the board. It took Chris Ramsey a magician video creator and master puzzle or two hours nine minutes to solve the ice nine and by his own description. He was completely exhausted. By the end of the experience. You Sokha created another equally. Difficult puzzle called the Jigsaw Puzzle. Twenty nine the challenge here is to fit twenty nine pieces into a five by five inch. That's twelve by twelve centimeter trae. It comes with five corner pieces. Just let that sink in. Then there's the largest hand cut wooden jigsaw puzzle Guinness record held by Dave Edmunds England. Who created a forty thousand seven hundred sixty three piece puzzle celebrating the Queen's Diamond Jubilee the puzzle which featured thirty-three Images of Jubilee celebrations was twenty by eight feet? That's six by two and a half meters. When completed though it collapsed soon after Evans completed it took him and force. More than sixteen days to rebuild the puzzle and move at Sandringham where it went on display and was confirmed as the Guinness World record holder. We spoke by email with Caitlin vesper records manager with Guinness World Records North America. She said one of the main criteria for all Guinness World Records titles is that they must be breakable. Every record titled S- monitored is open to being challenged which allows for all kinds of record breaking opportunities all over the world. The Guinness record for most Jigsaw puzzle pieces tattooed on the human body belongs to the aptly named enigma. Sometimes known as Paul Laurence. Who'S A sideshow performer? Actor musician originally from Seattle in two thousand eleven enigmas set the record for having two thousand one hundred twenty three puzzle pieces tattooed on his body from head to toe in no word on whether anyone comes close to second but many puzzle records are held by companies such as the record for the largest spherical jigsaw puzzle. It measured fifteen point seven feet. That's four point. Seven seven meters in circumference and it was made by unit industrial limited in Hong Kong and featured scene from Winnie the Pooh vesper said brands and businesses. Come to US looking to harness the power of record-breaking to commemorate anniversaries and celebrations or to highlight the launch of a new product. Whole communities can come together to attempt to record to a like in March of two thousand nineteen when more than one thousand seven hundred people formed the largest human jigsaw puzzle piece on record a I. The record raised awareness for autism spectrum disorder. The puzzle pieces the symbol for the autismspeaks organization. Vesper explained each Guinness World. Records title has a set of guidelines. That must be followed. The record for the largest human jigsaw puzzle piece is a great example to highlight. This is considered one of our largest human image categories and the idea is to have a group of people gathered together to form a recognizable image. We define a jigsaw puzzle piece as an oddly shaped interlocking and Tessa leading piece designed to be part of a larger picture. The human image to be created would need to be instantly recognizable as a puzzle piece and not an entire puzzle. This record title can be broken if another group creates same image with a larger group of people. Anybody up for the challenge.

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When Healthy Eating Goes Too Far

Food for Thought

08:19 min | 1 year ago

When Healthy Eating Goes Too Far

"Going Vegan Veggie. You simply eating more veggies can all be healthy lifestyle choices but if doing so gives you. Zayed he about hanging out with friends makes you fear certain foods. It can actually be quite dangerous because yes being to healthy can actually be unhealthy for some restrictive. Eating is a short live stage that ricochets into a junk food rebellion for others. They find their way back to the middle of the road. But for some money the so called healthy way of eating can become a true obsession and at its most extreme. An eating disorder known as author. Xia this week's food for thought explores when healthy becomes unhealthy with Dr Nikki Stump Surgeon TV presenter and author of pretty unhealthy. Helen Nikki. Hi Thank you for having me. Really Nice debate here per exciting. I am beyond excited. I think since receiving your book getting to read it in being completely inspired and upset fully instagram Graham Wall. And just seeing what you've been getting up to you it's a pleasure to have you in the. Uk's at thank he owner thank you. I think we'll start with whether someone who's we'll go right him. Web someone's been diagnosed with an each use solder or slightly lesser degree. All serve preoccupation of being unhealthy. One is that unhealthy the occupation of being too healthy. Yeah I think that's a really good question because I think you've kind of alluded to it. Then you in in that question that use. You're walking a fine line. It's it's It's very easy to step from one thing to something that is is not so great for you. So you know. It's reasonable to be conscious and observant. About what you ate and making sure that you're exercising not smoking and drinking and all those kinds of things that's important but then when you get really caught up in it to a point where it is impacting your mental health. Your physical health. Your social well-being forget about that. A Lot. That's why. I think we start to get into territory where you are you looking at something. That's possibly not that good for you. You'll completely right the so many factors involved. I think for anyone to just identify acknowledging themselves. I'm not quite happy right. Now is quite a big step because often people in this country. We still have a thing as what at the moment weight is often seen as such a defining health. I don't know what your thoughts are. Matt Yeah I think white is is not going anywhere as as something that people Reach full particularly In an instant to to make a judgment about their own health or somebody else's health but it's really just not that simple econ deny that in some situations in some circumstances. Some people yes. Your weight is a factor in that can be at either end as well But I think that to look at someone and say Oh look at yourself and say I'm unhealthy because of I figure on the Sky Oh That's not rise. It doesn't really have have the support that we think it does. Yeah I think so. We use Via Mind it. It's so tricky because I got a lot of clients coming in clinic saying all the doctors told me. I'm just above the BMI. Actually have any health problems yeah so I mean BMI. I think is rightly criticised and analyze. And I think that if you're applying it to an individual it's a tool that has very little use if you're applying it to screen someone so looking for problem if you're applying it to perhaps population level or re as a research tool that has validity. But you know I think one of the things that people don't always understand about science and research and medicine and so on and so forth is that you know our tools always in perfect and one of the things that makes perfect is the way that we use them. So if we use be my willy nilly then yeah it's not. It wasn't designed for If we use it to look at an individual in front of us and decide if they're healthy that's wrong but if you're using it for the things that's been designed for it has some Information giving capability. And that's where we need to be using it I completely agree. It's just a wider understanding because things can be taken so literally all the time. Want to believe in one number having the solution or absolutely everything without simple you can be over way to be very fit. Yeah absolutely I you know. One of the things that is important in your health is not necessarily that defined. Yes Oh no I'm I'm above or below a number It's actually what you do and we know in particularly for women that no mash. They're they're they're white so their their body composition that if they live a healthy lifestyles in they take all the boxes for nutrition darn smart etcetera that they have a very significant health benefit. So I I'm I've really moved away from from that kind of thinking that you know. We have to get you to a low beam. I will take into account solely secretly with my patients. I'm very focused on what they're doing. Now I'm just trying to get them to to be. Active for example is is just one simple thing that's so refreshing into comfortable adult as well because this is something that unfortunately we see such a lot of this country because medics in this country. Don't get enough nutritional education. Yeah lifestyle education and to hear you say that is wonderful. Yeah even with that in mind. I'm just one piece of the puzzle. You know so if I identify that someone Is is needing some help. With what eat or exercise you reach for your for your experts. Now I'm sure like like the NHL. We're pretty eater stretched with results. So you know. It's not always easy to do that. And I. I think that doctors should be able to give out the basics just like You know my allied health colleagues give out the basics of what I do as well you know. We all work in this together by. I think it is time to to sort of change up our thinking and the way we give advice across the board. Yeah completely. I think is often a misconception. As well that it's all about overeating Ashley. You can be overweight and be quite malnourished as well. Connie that for me. I don't think people realize no and I think the way to to look at this is to Magin if you are overweight and you your diet consists less assay solely of takeout food so that that's all you rating by doing that by eating that very Calorie dense food You are unfortunately missing out on a lot of nutrients So for example you know are based on our. That's a word that is very loaded by mere medically speaking someone who paps has a extra white in the medical complications of it they can be still lacking in in Macronutrients. They can still be lacking micronutrients. you know so. It's not that straightforward to say to say that all that they're very well nourished nor that actually might not be exactly. You can be both ends of the spectrum I said and be completely malnourished. Do you see this getting worse and Western society off. I mean that's sort of what the data suggests you know so if you look at you know. Uk Australia us now. We're all fairly on power. We have pretty similar Spectrum of issues I think health issues and outside of the sphere of food and weight and so on and so forth with pretty similar and I. I do think that that it is the all of these things are increasing And then not just about US eating too much You know all of these choices that we might happen in a system. That is designed to make eight to macho exercise too little. I mean near tobacco. Advertising is literally designed to get. You know it's you know we're not we're not failing ourselves we are filed by system at lodge.

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Erin Ryan and Alyssa Mastromonaco Discuss the New Hampshire Primary Results

Hysteria

11:41 min | 1 year ago

Erin Ryan and Alyssa Mastromonaco Discuss the New Hampshire Primary Results

"Erin first of all congratulations to you and what to you and into me We have several days now before another caucus or primary activity and feeling really proud of our country and of myself often of you that we get all of this time without having to worry about who's voting for who but can I tell you something. That actually hurts my heart so much. Okay okay. The Nevada caucuses are on my forty four th birthday oh no I know okay. I've got I've got one up. Can you what the Twenty Sixteen Democratic National Convention contained. My birthday my birthdays at the end of July and on my birthday I went to it was just like it was an awful week of whether it was way way way too hot. Everything was spread out like in Cleveland. Everything was altogether for the DNC. NC was not very fun logistically and on my birthday I spent all day kind of traipsing to all these different events way too hot wearing nylons even though because that's what wild because that's what it's like a standard people were nylons and That night I went to a planned. Parenthood Party that Liz oh performed at Whoa. WHOA yeah yeah so the day itself was sort of weird but the Liz Oh performance was cool? That's cool yeah there that there were protesters outside of that has pretty graphic posters. I was like look. It's my birthday leave meal since Donald Trump became president we've moved past like pantyhose right. NYLONS THEIR DAD. Oh the one hundred percent unless you're unless you're robbing a bank you should not be wearing nylons and then they're over your face. It's totally different ballgame right totally I have. I have another question for you. Not Related and NYLONS. Do you think Kamala Harris is wishing she stayed in the race right about now Lord Lord be I mean. I don't know like maybe when you drop out you feel fucking free you know and like you kick back and you watch what it is when there's all the Chitchat about whether or not they're gonNA let Bloomberg into the debate and not have to meet the threshold that other people did. I don't nope she whispered as if she were back in but I bet she was pissed. Yeah I my main reason for thinking that I was thinking this as I was watching the he returns. Come in from New Hampshire on to say and witnessing Amy Klobuchar even though in Bernie Sanders won the primary people to judge came in second and Amy Klobuchar though came in third and she's really mounted a There's been a swell in globetrotting over the last couple of week. The closest stands the Clova who stands have have really grown number. And you know amy. Klobuchar was kind of in on the path of being an also ran up until last night's really strong third-place still third-place performance. And I was just thinking you know comma. Harris is one of those people who could be explosive in a debate and it. It's it seemed to me like club. Char's turnaround or her boost was sort of brought to you by her really good performance in her last debate bait so that was my I was like you know. I wonder if commonly could have pulled something off like Amy Klobuchar did well. Here's the interesting thing. Right is the what accommodated is. She came out on the attack ray like she was super strong and debates. She criticized the other candidates in the race. Fairly you know fairly like they all have disagreements but she was very schlick really leaned into it and wanted to distinguish herself. What we haven't seen yet is what happens? Now that Kloba Shar an all of them are going to have to do the same thing right so so closure had like a really even I mean we both said she fucking great debate performance. She's is the person who comes in. It feels with a plan and execute Right which is what how. I felt about Kamla Is that she. You could tell by the. He ended the debate what she hoped to do and sort of whether or not she did it. So I think it'll be interesting to see now that that Klobuchar is pushing into you. Like the upper. Look anyone who's made it to the top. Three top four has gotten the shit kicked out of them at some point. And the question is whether you bounce back from getting the shit kicked out of Jio show. Sure yeah I mean an and the thing is there are negative stories about club that have been out but they came out at a time when she wasn't considered a front runner. Like the story. Gory of the way that she treated her staff. And the sort of way that it hasn't really been atoned for do you think that's going to end up hurting her. You know it's hard to say right because it like old news because it came out a couple of months ago. I mean the things they weren't they. It was not an isolated incident. It seemed like sort of of a pervasive behavior pattern So I don't know if those if those specific stories are GonNa come back to haunt her but I do think that you know now. She's going to be tested. She's going to look at a lot of people who are in the top tier have released plans. She hasn't released a ton of clans and therefore they haven't been picked apart. You know I mean Elizabeth Warren released every plan under the sun and the thing is she gave people a lot of fodder to just pick apart. And so you know. I really hope that having someone like Warren or like Bernie or people who take the time to really think through plans and try to explain between them. The American people aren't the ones targeted and assembled by the media. Because they've actually done the work no. I think that it's time you know the club Charlotte everybody but he also because it will happen. Whoever the general election candidate is whoever the nominee of the party is is GonNa get the shake out of them? So it's time to like make sure we're kicking the shit out of everybody buddy so that you know the skeletons are revealed. The policies are understood so that the next forty eight contests we have You know like people have all the facts right. I mean and let's Talk About Elizabeth Warren a little bit because it seems like In New Hampshire she had a disappointing disappointing finish during during her speech though she was as always use very classy and she congratulated. Quote my friend Amy Klobuchar for showing. Just how wrong the pundits can be when they account a woman out. What do you think happened to Warren's campaign and do you think that she People who support her should not should feel bad but do you think did they have reason to be less than yeah. Certainly I mean for sure the thing that I feel specifically ethically about Warren is kind of what we were just talking about. Is that in her effort to show America how much she had thought about this. How prepared she was? She released plans. And then the the media and certain people just like pick those plans apart and try to show why some of what she wanted to achieve was pie in the sky right now my point is I want a little pie in the sky. I want people who aren't just like I'm GonNa get in there and maintain the status quo. I just won't be racist And so I think that you know being from a neighboring state. It was people really expected her to do better. But look everyone was pulling apart was picking apart everybody last night. It's like Bernie should have done much much better like he outperformed Hillary by twenty points. Last time we'll right but they're like two people in the racist time in that time there were like eight this time and so you know. I think that I think E W has had a bad couple of conflict to contests where people thought she would do better but I still think that they can turn it around. Yeah and I think that it is every time in in my adult life every single election cycle. It seems like the gold fish brain of the political media has done the same thing which is try to extrapolate nationwide trends from you too very small very white states that quite honestly are so small and so white. Both would make great settings for horror movies about insulated small towns. that don't take kindly to a attractive. Young couple that gets stranded in their car like children of the corn style. Setting states should not and cannot really determine the future of the American democratic process. We put a lot of weight in it and a lot of resources are invested into doing well in those states. Decisions are made based on how people do in those states. But but I think now more than ever it's like especially this time around. It seems like after Iowa everyone was like Oh my God. Democrats need to be worried biting their fingernails. Offing Zayed. Low turnout low turnout. This is a disaster. But it's like this is one St and New Hampshire's turn out was at about two thousand eight levels so even better than two thousand sixteen and we still have a state coming up Nevada on the twenty second which has a lot more than white people living there that will actually be a better indicator of what the Democratic Base will do moving forward but I think looking at how the political press treats this time after time it almost was feels like it's their muscle memory like like if I'm walking my dog in a park and he sees a dead thing he can't help but try to roll in. You know like political pundits. See something happened in Iowa. They can't help but be like. Oh this is how the whole rest of the country acts exactly and do you think I mean. Do you think it's going to change this time because I feel like people are are more annoyed with the process this time than they've ever been well because I think that this the process has been going on. I mean I'm exhausted. I'm I am personally stressed out and exhausted because it's like I mad about how the race is being picked apart part. I'm I think that people like this is the one thing people who are like on television as journalists and news people or pundits. I feel like if you actually supporting a candidate. You should kind of have to declare it because people are looking at you as sort of like historical looking back through multiple races and trying to read tea leaves of what it means historically. But if you're like taking that sanders doesn't have a chance and it's because you are not progressive. I feel like you should have to declare that like I feel like this year more than ever before it feels like less on the level And I felt like that a little bit last night when it seemed like the lead story in different for an outlets was that Buddha judge had come in second and I mean the the real story is that Bernie Sanders one. He's now the National Front runner career in the Democratic race. And that's something that I feel. It's getting buried by either wishful thinking or people who are reverting back to muscle memory like Oh of course they're gonNA pick the of course they're going to pick the moderate of course. The story is is the journey of the moderate. Not The story is like the journey of the gatecrashing progressive. Exactly and it's like you can tell you can tell what the pundits candidates and the like and the establishment. It's like they're just telling on themselves all over the place and I just think that people deserve the right to make up their own mind and don't you feel to you like you're watching people and instead of you know maybe four years ago or two thousand eight people looked all the candidates and they're like you know what this is. The person person who speaks to me now. We've turned America into these like many soothsayer pundits. Were like who do I think can win but but like I'm not sure that you get a real result when that's all the people are doing

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Creating Empathetic Bots - Robocopy Leads the Way in Conversation Design Mastery

The Voice Tech Podcast

05:03 min | 1 year ago

Creating Empathetic Bots - Robocopy Leads the Way in Conversation Design Mastery

"When these chat bots became a thing 'cause it was always like away right you have to have virtual system on the website. You'd ask the question and they would know or give you a very long answer and became more conversational and I realized you know understand the technology I understand the dialogue and I now understand service space so this is something from you to explore so started out on my own on pretty much by raising my hands and say you know all all obsess over this problem. I got a few clients right away and Dan. I met my co-founder and they already had like a design. Agency there psychologists by trade using psychology to think about user experience in conversion etc.. So we SORTA teamed up because we realized there's artificial brain there's a human brain and there's language it makes total sense for us to tackle this problem so we started out as agency working with. Bryant's we fought. That was going to be We were going to be doing but once wrote a blog post that said we train our own people in our academy and then brands from all over the world started reaching out which which is a good problem to have I guess right so we look like might as well start academy but that was like Chat Bot relatives so we developed some curriculum for that and we had people come to the the office and have a couple of weeks with us. We like every Tuesday night and then won a larger search engines. Reach out to us. We got connected with them because they were putting out in Google assistant assistant and they were interested and they obviously have that. It's important to train conversation designs around the world for voice right because if you have a bad google assistant experience you know. Two brands not delivering good content. That you're GonNa Green socks ride so they reached out. They connected us with all these different conversation designers. That have been doing this for twenty years that were in the back of call centers working on the IVR systems and they had developed so many techniques that they aso many hours invested in so all these people that work in very large famous companies now just helped us develop these courses and work with us from all the best practices that they had independence that we saw we developed like really step by step design. Method that we dance sort of put out and that sort official to certificate is based around and was great and I think that's what I'm proud of stuff most to stop every team that we work with now. Is that if you take a use case and you follow the steps a good conversations gonNA come out and we have that here this week in Singapore's just starts out really messy with the use case and you When we have a conversation we look at the bond rates in the user needs because a user has rational needs but also emotional needs? So we look at you. Know what expect water during Zayed eighties would motivate them. Where are they most likely to be a win? That having these conversation all that stuff influences dynamics and then we also look at like the botany where we look at in order to resolve this about has to ask certain questions it needs to be interesting to think about having needs but yeah if you treat it as another agent of course something that has needs and then you can address those. Yeah it's like a you know comes from screenwriting right. Every time there's two characters in the movie and they engage in dialogue to both have a goal in mind riding because of that conflict gets messy at a makes it interesting exciting so yet from the bots perspective if I WANNA help But perhaps there's also certain information that already have because I'm integrated with a database. Maybe I have certain responsibilities. I have to share a legal legal information etc so we have a canvas that we use you filled in with a bunch of posted. Some day he got to people they sit back to back from each other so the Kency NC notice the older have is just works and role play. One's going to be planning to usurp the other one's going to be playing the bought and we let them figure it out on what I it's really really messy right. It's very confusing. It's silly the usual start asking questions but each question to us or ask we have to figure out. Is that a question more people would ask. This is a training exercise. You conduct face to face in the classroom with the guys in the brands. And this is a way to tease out. The main flows and the problems in the conversations stations that other customers their customers to have. Yeah so we'll do that exercise and so we'll do it onside face to face but it's important that the people are sitting back to back accidents each other. So what does if the user starts asking questions done every time you ask a question. It's a sign of a lack of information concerned that you might have so something needs to be addressed so what you do in. The next iteration stopped the bottle. Probably proactively communicate that information right and takeaway anxiety before curse curse and that leads to a lot of empathy right because if you engage in dialogue and you feel like I really understand you because I address all your questions before they even appearing to your mind. Yeah and phoebe yeah you become very calm as a user. You're okay with me leading the conversation fall

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"zay" Discussed on The Bitcoin Podcast

The Bitcoin Podcast

03:47 min | 2 years ago

"zay" Discussed on The Bitcoin Podcast

"Comes from four for learning about Bitcoin in seven his payments and things of that nature <hes> yes that is that has been most of my customer base voice over the years and is good see everybody who wants to be a part of it but yet like women shout out to them they've been around and a lot of lackland in Atlanta where I'll be gone. August third have started a lot of projects in going embassy down there and a lot of things you'd see black. Women are running this shit beyond saying I mean Arizona Shittu the <hes> beyond running that S- launch cordless flip it. I'll email you the one you're the Nordea in this conversation. What was taboo in like was taboo in wipe? People's world is money taboo for you guys you just like assume as their <hes> had we never know. Maybe I'm not this conversation. I'm not the best scenario we didn't talk about it I do my parents made a bunch of money but I was is relatively privileged like I. I lived a privileged life. I can't be a good litmus test for the Sepah thing <hes> grownup looking back I know my parents were shitty with money but we never talked about it but it wasn't necessarily taboo I just it didn't care because ships good yeah. He's good as nobody's ask questions especially as a kid either by going to soccer practice and going to school come home planned sixty four our life but I'm trying to think my caddie like I mean you've talked a lot about this type of stuff yeah a lot. How long do you see like this could be an actual tool to help break a lot of those? I guess shrines like Generational or cultural trends that you've you've experienced your whole life. <hes> what happens if bitcoin fails. I don't think it will but like the people are scared to get into this especially because like they throw some money into this and then they lose and then if they start watching it. It's really hard to hold onto something especially. When you're you're taking someone's advice you're doing something? The News at night and allege investing for the first time this goes for anybody and then they see a portion of that dropped him for something that they don't quite understand how do you how do you keep them to hold on and see the light and instill that idea idea like I guess I still some trust in them that this is something worth holding onto despite maybe short-term voluntary will definitely <hes> you know it definitely described Bitcoin as a way of social change protests <hes> basically saying that if you want things to change you have to basically get the root of it which economic so as you said with the price the price decreasing at or something happens like that between trails one other things I want people to realize is we have to try something new. There has been nothing done before that is help like I said before wages have stagnated sixties and I think we have to track and also from risks and rewards than point. I always tell people <hes> was was riskier. You know let baron thousand with Bitcoin and losing it or not buying any bitcoin at all and it because money was their system of world and you have no generational wealth to show for it and you heard about it no dozens of times what's the big risk so in a lot of people they think <hes> you know it was about ten years from now. Thousand Dollars will not end July one hundred dollars whatnot wind you life but you will contribute.

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"zay" Discussed on The Bitcoin Podcast

The Bitcoin Podcast

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"zay" Discussed on The Bitcoin Podcast

"How you can implement blockchain technology to business. It's about <hes> regular early day-to-day consumers request at different places <hes> are you can actually use a stuff like lally <hes> foldout a different applications. You use actually keep the key big on circulating a gives complete solutions like I said this is the solutions solutions facebook and is not really it doesn't harm much on you know what's been wrong. What's been done by literally go straight into solutions? I believe we had enough discussion and I think we should focus on solution so yes. There are definitely often least exact thing you can do. <hes> even own doubts children it college kids hassle students are they can use it. <hes> you know one of the examples I uses <unk> you read about Moore's College. Kids should be doing the most mining right now. Does he have basically free electricity in dorms after rebates wishing. You don't have a light bill. You come dorm <unk>. Be careful trouble yeah. I've actually discussed with colleges because of a a Sacramento Kings. I don't know if you've heard but they have a mining operation. They have you can actually talk with the school and have it going and it will actually benefit the school and one talks about it my Alma Mater N._C.. State it will actually open to the idea now two two thousand fourteen when I presented its own that was not they thought was some scam listening but I mean this is an example of a way to get involved in community as well as different ways that a that people who have businesses can't accept it and Dan use it in their day to day so accountants professionals who are accounts movements of blockchain world engineers even on down to people who work banks. There's examples of people who have left prominent banks to work in the blockchain bitcoin feel <hes> which has. Turned out a lot of people's perception because it like well. People are leaving Goldman Sachs people even J._p.. Morgan <hes> yeah this might be a very prominent way to to gain in the future so a lot of solutions in there and I'm interested to hear some from other people's oil after they read it might spark a the new idea <hes>..

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"zay" Discussed on The Bitcoin Podcast

The Bitcoin Podcast

03:53 min | 2 years ago

"zay" Discussed on The Bitcoin Podcast

"Offers the solution to do the opposite <unk> overtime value of money increases and there is no <hes> human interaction that stops <unk> finally have a way to to interact with the economic system without having to go through any sort of human error so to say because humans do <unk> essays out there people <hes> you know we had red lining of communities where everybody lives are areas. We've had <hes> banking practices with loans where they've been sued and one of the key things in the book I put all of my examples within the last five years because a lot of people when they think of it like a Jim Crow slavery so that's doesn't matter but no I use examples from on these banks of where they got sued in actually paid civil suits from two thousand fifteen up to now so it's not like some ancient thing this is very recent and it goes under the radar because the same people who give you your media also give you money so so they're not GonNa let that come out. You might get a twenty four hour cycle but it's not it's not a big deal. <hes> J. P. Morgan call it a billion dollars worth of cocaine and nobody's talking about that controlled his that's. You got sort of the rug so fast that got fired. That's all your real. Maybe yeah I just I just WANNA correlation in reason I keep bringing up. The media is a lot of times <hes> in the black community. We feel so misrepresented in the media unfortunately a lot of times representative something that were not and I think bitcoin done the same old is ten year history is represented as scam posits game criminals Lizard Activities <hes> it's whatever <hes> but at the end of the day will you know really was going on. You have appreciation for that technology end. He will have appreciation that that should appreciate <unk> how do you how do you break that. Break that cycle because you said earlier I started that that finances taboo in the black even be an d has told me this before you just you just said it again. Why is that an issue and then how do you break that issue in terms of like having to start these conversations to get people educated because people aren't going to adopt doctor unless they learn about it can't talk about it but they can't learn Oh yeah absolutely and that's why not started first startup gabby disasters assaulting education trying to help people learn about it before they can dive right in but to make it not taboo in our community? We'll take time I will say that but I think bitcoin helps because it's a it's a new money so as not we're not talking about money in the way that it was four something that we can build for the future so I think even break that taboo just by. I basically introducing the idea in then using some of the examples I haven't booked to explain why should be important to you. I think people will discuss it more. <hes> and I think it'll be less while talking about the on has money system but more of a way to change how businesses done. I don't think it'd be terrible as much anymore. It's too much social media. <unk> generation is less. You know it's running those. Don't give luck yeah exactly we we. We got shake Senate. They spread the word she quinson like we don't we don't give a fucking is over so I think it'd be a lot easier to communicate with people when people get out there and I think people are waking waking up slowly <hes> to help finance system works adamant. Anybody likes it by on the likable. I know people like money but most people just like. I can't stand bank so once the next step is pretty established which is currently going world should be should be pretty interesting. Yeah I agree in. I don't know why it's taboo. I think you're right though the younger the younger you are the more you don't care about the taboo yet you know I I'm abrasive..

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"zay" Discussed on The Bitcoin Podcast

The Bitcoin Podcast

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"zay" Discussed on The Bitcoin Podcast

"Media is that that's what is looking for. That's it will pick this book up find interesting as some of the solutions like I said they would love to see exactly how this can be used in the future and not just <hes> you know projections from people on T._v.. We don't really have anything to do with space nice so let's dive into that <hes> there'd be some there'd be some objected objections. Even in the crypto crowd like where's does economic suppression. How did it come about? Why does it have to be directly targeted towards that but what are some examples of how this happen in how bitcoin can kinda counteract that all in house especially the you know the black community can grab old because you know <hes> we share blackness and I talked to my community as well and it's it's not <hes> it's not well accepted and last last time Dmitri how long black community finances taboo even bring up in the household? I never discussed it with my parents wasn't thing <hes> some trying to break that taboo one but also to <hes> the backlash will push back for a lot of people they usually are one or two things that you don't know the history of banking system which has been racist nature which I have an entire chapter dedicated to if anybody can catch up and one of the reasons they don't know economics. They don't understand that inflation nation has slowly taken the middle class out of America <unk> buys notice but <hes> you know in the black community wages have stay stagnant since the sixties <hes> due to inflation so even though people seem more prominent make more money you also spending normally you're worthless and bitcoin.

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"zay" Discussed on The Bitcoin Podcast

The Bitcoin Podcast

04:13 min | 2 years ago

"zay" Discussed on The Bitcoin Podcast

"No we did we did Amir blockchain <unk> like the Mirza solutions before doing that and it was like an incredibly technical interview retired about the kind of data instead of ice you will run invite us and then and then dobozy in his aunt fucking entourage walk up to like come to the next one and the the do look to me and he goes. Can I stay for this. You're being you gotta walk away a little bit then what talk us like. He's just like sat. There is like I can't believe I'm watching this right now. Well do we cut to the interview. See that all right well. That's a good segue to the interviews a little busey story so we we actually had on a guy big wins and he runs a gentleman crypto and. And it is a daily podcast Monday through Friday <hes> type in gentlemen of Crypto in your web browser and you can find it all. That's another thing I noticed that people start people getting so lazy now. They're saying search thing on Google on on T._v.. Advertisements it's awesome. I was like don't go to www dot just just type in the search bar man. I was like I was watching something on C._N._N.. And then the advertisement was approved medicine some sort of medicine and I'm assuming they're talking to the elderly elderly like and it said if you wanna find us online search this and I was like damn they have paid a lot of money to eat on that first page but anyways <hes> here's the interview <hes> because hello everybody <hes> we we got an interview for this week. <hes> we hope you enjoy the lasts <hes> this week we have another guest as been into. It's been a somewhat of a journalist I guess you could say he has a podcast self on Bitcoin but but we're here to talk about his book so we're here with the author of Bitcoin and Black America Erica Isaiah Jackson you might know twitter as big Wednesday so so I do a man welcome back to the show by the big bags <unk> speak when she fell about books in the bad seed things he'd be on spaces will Lewisburg so <hes> shitless she could spin just get into it. Let's get into it yeah. What is what is the purpose of writing bitcoin Black Black America well <hes> the purpose right now is <hes>? It's a solution based <unk> basically as a wakeup call to people in my community people because <hes> them graphically not really represented in the bitcoin space and been going everybody so I I just WanNa make sure that my community is reached out to them and <hes> the best part about it is a lot of the solutions can be used across the board however I'm only familiar with my community so at targeted <hes> the black community and talk about Bitcoin blockchain teaching technology how it can impact in the future so definitely wanted to put this book out just to make sure that the awareness is there kind of rid of the excuses and can hear it from a person who uses it not immediate. Most people stuff is coming straight from mainstream. Maybe who's WHO's Gimme your audience. What if someone protect your book and read it? What we're what who would you think that person is and then what are they walk away from that book now understanding <hes> anybody who is interested in bicker on a crypto currencies? This book is few <hes> Ages Sixteen on. I will be able to understand the language also <hes> any any community that has been suppressed economically in American abroad like the book because there's a solution solution to the way the banking system has treated <unk> certain community so anybody that crosses over those communities as well as investment bankers of people who WanNa learn about the industry <hes> from the viewpoint of somebody who's using it and like I said before not mation media.

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"zay" Discussed on The Bitcoin Podcast

The Bitcoin Podcast

03:03 min | 2 years ago

"zay" Discussed on The Bitcoin Podcast

"You're going to have light coin like right beside unidentified logo <unk>. He's been doing it for U._S._D._A.. Charlie Lee is buying up celebrities or like sports CELEBRI- he's a very smart man so he's getting the name of like going out there. Where people who go in go in droves Rove's to see these things C.? N. E. S. US that calm. What's the word I'm looking for like calm demeanor yeah like he just knows his shit's going to work like that's what I appreciate the most trial he's like yeah? I mean Bitcoin Lichens pretty simple. It's just speak when divided by four so why wouldn't it work in like wait. Wait a second. Why wouldn't it work in which you can't rely on? You can't rely on spokespeople either. If you look at Michael Bisbee. He's not promoting Timmy coin. Shell Sidon isn't promoting Dash. Rory MacDonald is promoting. You know what I'm saying. There was just fairweather spokespeople but if you have your logo on the Mat for an event that's that's immortal yeah I think he's yes. I think he's he was smart about not in that regards weight is likely on that and U._F._C.. Yes yeah so maybe adoption is just happening but it's we thought it would look a certain way in it's not looking well. I think we wanted it. They wanted to be different. Komo <unk> taking the same route of appropriate advertising not like making drastic shifts in the in the psyche of humans and how they deal with value transfer yeah. That's GonNa come much later. Little beep Barak chips in the blockchain is not adoption are not Livonia sallow little busy <unk> booze newsy that allows the barbecue got the boozy juice baby. Get the boozy shoes that those chips hey he actually did it. I'll commend him for that. It's just not on the blockchain thought it'd be into list. You described blockchain decentralisation Jesse by if I if I can and I wish I could show the emphasis. His manager was trying to get him to say certain words. We asked him that question we we're while I was telling Jesse like you know we had U._F._C.. Fighters Platinum Rapper's there to the personnel side looking in that might look like adoption but nobody knows what the hell is going on. I think Michael visiting was just trying to get rich off a booming early adoption industry. He got paid us very transparent on podcasts. I don't know what the Hell a health coin does or what they do. You know low boozy in what the Hell's going on. That's not adoption. You know what I'm saying for me. That's not adoption. That was weird. Same same reason will be passed up those interviews with like popcorn shit like I passed up in every with a game 'cause that's shit was really religious. Catch D- Didn't WANNA do little boozy. He told he told me like five times dude. Let's go right now. Yes Ma that was hilarious..

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"zay" Discussed on The Bitcoin Podcast

The Bitcoin Podcast

04:19 min | 2 years ago

"zay" Discussed on The Bitcoin Podcast

"That's the last thing I want. I think it was the trump T- was excited. That was last week right hurts inside our hearts been sad but I guess it's like here we are the president is who is Donald Trump is tweeting about help. BITCOIN is a currency because he's an idiot. Yeah I mean getting in trump arguments several talks throughout this week in our slack. I'm not only has twenty five million twitter followers though we're not we can't go there. We can't as a rabbit over me. You got to avoid this op. She D- can't handle themselves. It's like that was an Roger Rabbit when they're seeing that song and he's in that back room is like I don't know what Roger Rabbit you watch wait a second row traumatic the snaking in haircut any bus out of the wall and he anyways obscure reference <hes>. What is there anything in group though that happens we kind of you guys Oscar released version to the dogar obvious dangerous is it is actually easier to use that <hes> they promised it improve on many things from version one so that's headed in the right direction? Actually I push it on a Rep coin from our boy tease swail baby. Oh I do not have shipton of rip going. Still you hold onto it could for you why held on of it. Ed Ashir didn't know what the fuck do because I'm not lodging any Brett. I'm not lodging any markets. I don't have the time for that those kinds of shenanigans but you can sell it will Tony Swish was the one that that that got me into the theory of he was selling hard back when all we were doing is is talking about Bitcoin and he showed me a theory and I was like I'll give it a shot actually owned an enormous amount of them but then sold them way to early <hes> <hes>. I hate that I do that. I'm going to probably get them on hashing it out. All these changes are things I would like to touch discuss Auger yeah bleeding air lock Agassi scary for me. Just hold Donte because I know it's a powerful prediction mark scary whether Liu so but anyways <hes> just not so much. I remember looking back trying to put myself in like the viewpoint I was at on these things we're launching. How like we everything was revolutionary? Everything was going to be a game changer here. We are just a few years later. We're like okay cool. They lost something. They've been out on May net for a long time but do they have that. Ah like injuring level adoption. We thought they'd have where like you if you just click on a new source of NC percentages based on what the current markets were saying about that particular event now. Could it end up being that way baby. I don't know another thing a testament to your point they suck at marketing to have something that's as full tilt working like they wanted to as they do and they aren't really drying at all the tell anyone what's going on. I Jesse was use odd. Yeah like <hes>. I'm hype about the new terminator movie because they just cast Edward Edward Furlong back into it so the movies that out yet but they're marketing it where it's not that hard Edwards ain't long is on was eating original <hes> the original John Connor that had a drug problem so oh see now. You're excited not that it's not that hard to market something. That hasn't been out yet but nobody wants to do it and it's so easy I actually count as a lot now yeah me too. I mean they're they're marketing. Do tune up. The Dune pumped about that in fact Hans Zimmer. <hes> isn't working with Christopher Nolan because he couldn't pass up the chance to work with Dune. Now I WANNA see tune..

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"zay" Discussed on The Bitcoin Podcast

The Bitcoin Podcast

03:34 min | 2 years ago

"zay" Discussed on The Bitcoin Podcast

"On that song jams anyway what I was saying before my dog's rudely interrupted me tired and I see oh funding model so she said she followed up with us. <hes> the funding model does not do a good job of helping a lot of developers built products it gives them a shitload of money up front immediately with no real roadmap to to <hes> <hes> deliver that thing should should companies pay in Crypto is that encouraged people to build or deter people away they had small business services would be great if there was a way to count and keep track lack of the things you're doing as a business hang crypto. That'd be fantastic if status changed their whole business model payout one hundred percent status would have to employees leave. You think I'd have a hard time staying because I'm a U._S.. Citizen and I have to pay capital gains on that if they pay me thirty percent more than what I make now do it. If you feel like your colleagues would feel the same way you do a lot of it has a lot of them. Yes that's pretty cool. How much do you think they're paying marcus in libra? Almost you think they would pay markets in labor. Three hundred thousand dollars four hundred thousand dollars in labor and Labor. That's it one might be more than that and based on based on based in that position what he's trying to accomplish it could be much more than that. There could be upwards of seven. I'd say seven to a million. We'll see more reasonable leading libra yeah yeah oh but Labor was the subsidiary of <unk> start. Cobra is a subsidiary of Facebook Messenger right this appeal off from the Facebook Messenger team which is a different team than the facebook team but anyways. I don't know why news much of his <hes> I guess mass adoptions there that my my pops FIS it. You know almost everyone in my family owned some now. It's taken them six years in five digit percentage games to understand that I might know what I'm talking about but I think we wanted bitcoin to be a viral tweet. You know it's following massive option but it's going at the baby steps snail's pace when people are to be a revolution so I think that's where people get kinda disappointed. We're always going to be a step in the right direction because if you tell L. A. Secret to somebody gonNA tell it to people to people will tell it to four people that's normal but there's nothing revolutionary about the pace of bitcoins adoption. I don't think it's still cool. I'm still here but I wish it was adoptable quicker yeah. It's I wish it was a bit more lightning buzzy do because the logger in this in you see these cycles over and over again you get so like but yeah I don't. I don't want people to be like bitcoin. I heard something about that like. In Two thousand Thirteen Damn Thang still around the last response. What do you say to the Dude Jello in like twenty twenty five who rose up on you in his like bitcoin? Didn't that die. Will you just laugh at him like that Batman mean have you been. What do you go?.

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Children and mental illness

Sex is Not For Sissies

03:37 min | 2 years ago

Children and mental illness

"According to NAMI, one in five, children ages thirteen to eighteen have or will have a serious, mental illness. Twenty percent of youth ages. Thirteen eighteen live with a mental health condition. That's twenty percent eleven percent of us. Have a mood disorder. Ten percent have a behavior or kind duck disorder. Apor sent of youth having Zayed sorter. Here's my little side, not to take anything away from the possibility that there's a mental illness, but I have found through my own life in through my own practice that sometimes we can change our life circumstances. Like take away some of the overload in the pressure on children. Also, we can take a look at what's going on with them in their diet. One of my cousins, head a daughter who was very hyperactive as a child in wind. She had before site, or maybe some counseling to change her diet and take away out, things, artificial anything that was a die or an additive her daughter win for me. Hyperactive in very difficult to deal with to now being a successful engineer. So understand that there can be biological things. Now, what is the impact of all this fifty percent of all lifetime cases of mental illness begin by age fourteen in seventy five percent by age twenty four twice? So important for us to pay attention to what's going on without children. Schizophrenia is an illness, that dramatically Vicks people who are in their formative years in their early twenties, and pay attention and seek help make sure that they understand that is perfectly okay to have something going on. But you're going to work with them to find help whether that for them or for yourself the average delay between the onset of symptoms and intervention is eight to ten years. So just imagine how terrible that is when, you know, something is wrong. But you don't know what it is, for me took a year to identify even though I'm a licensed healthcare professional, it took a year, and that was with me, pushing in pushing pushing imagine if you don't know and you let it go eight to ten years, too long to be miserable, thirty thirty seven percent of students with a mental health condition age fourteen in older drop out of school. The high strap out rate of any disability group. Just imagine a cost to that person into society, seventy percent of youth, in state in local juvenile Justice symptoms systems have mental illness, seventy percent and many times, they're in there because of that several treatment a lot of folks that are arrested for drug and alcohol related problems that are in prison were doing things to heal themselves. They were taking drugs or taking out hall, and then maybe they went into crime. In order to finance that now. Here's something important as we come near close suicide is the third leading cause of death in youth age ten to twenty four. That's the third leading cause of death. And we know mobile vehicle accidents and other types. Oh, unintentional injuries account in top to ninety percent of those who died. I suicide head an underlying mental illness, once again, pay attention, get some hill.

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"zay" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show 2.0

The Pat McAfee Show 2.0

03:22 min | 2 years ago

"zay" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show 2.0

"Ten percent off. The NBA the still happening. Yes, sir. What's going on in her the bucks beat Celtics tonight while last night sorry? So they're up three ones. The Celtics are pretty much dead, which means Kyrie Irving probably gone after the season. I was told he's going to the Knicks errors going in the next with Kevin Durant. Who's already moved his business to New York crack? Kevin Durant is going to New York. Knicks Kyrie Irving, and they could potentially hit the lottery, right exactly and get this island. So then Zay on Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving New York in that asshole, owner gets a chance to be relevant talk. Literally. I think everybody says, but it's good for the Knicks. It's good for the NBA family Iraq's haven't been good in so long. The nets been good as anybody in New York. But good, no. Well, the nets classes here they did. They did finally, but but no one I mean, it's the Knicks or bust York massive Square Garden, also hellhole, I guess, I mean, let's make sure that good teams played it's old. It is. But it's the mecca gotta have the worse spec with that. So the NBA still happening NHL still happening Kentucky Derby as a sham the maximum security. The best horse racing said, it won't be going to the Preakness because Tripp crown isn't NOP. Shame more not gonna win trip ground with fuck running for aspect that. Do you feel about it? I mean, maybe not because it's a horse, and that's kind of what he's meant to do is running three races year. But you know, you can't be next year. I think so it was young horse. They are they are they going to start it now because that makes more sense to me. But what if he goes wins the fucking derby next year? Then he texts vegan so run it yet do that. And can you start the meeting? Was that mean, I mean there's fuck that means what are you talking about? Stunning. Fuck. Horses at this guy out here. This is horse. I don't know anything about. We're not watch Kentucky Derby. I did homework. Bond. One. This is not accurate who one country house. Okay. Homeward bound, Molly. That's a good movie. Great movie when I say, what was a bad movie. Don sizing. What was another movie? Sandy fucking right Nick taking billion in the box office puppet. This guy. What do you mean? Here's a puppet, you watch this video and listen to this video on the internet. You're gonna laugh at it. We got a chance to talk to a guy that broke the internet on Sunday gave oh how game thrones I loved it. Rape bounceback for a lot of people that didn't like the last episode of you know, a lot of people very critical of it. I understand that. But for Starboy greyhounds wild. Yeah. Out a Cup end up in there. Hey, just missed it editing who gives a shit. I don't think the producers do give shit or they don't. And they're just trying to get it done. I agree there. So ready for it. It's just a cool thing now for everyone to like bitch and moan about it on Twitter. That's just what's end, you know, like that's becoming wrestling crowd. It's exactly it's way too popular. You can't please everyone. Right. So there's always going to be vocal minority majority..

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NCAA Tourney Preview

PTI

03:27 min | 2 years ago

NCAA Tourney Preview

"Tournament is allegedly underway. Let us bring a man who will be calling many of the games all the way through the national championship Turner sports analyst and somebody we watched play in high school. You're even old now south lakes high school. Let's start with this. I ask you as an analyst Dookie when you watch Zay on. What do you see? Wow. See explosiveness? I see, you know, see almost like a combination of a linebacker who jumps like Vince Carter. Is really nothing we've ever seen before in terms of his explosiveness athleticism. But also how hard he plays and steals activity has energy just off the charts. We're so used to comparing people you really can't compare them because there's really been nobody quite like him. That's how unique Zion. Williamson is all right grant beyond Duke. You've had a chance to study the brackets who do you like beyond the blue devils? I mean who jumps out to you as a team that could could at least get to the final four not further. While there's a lot of teams, and I know a mouse opposed to say this. But I think North Carolina is really talented trouble for that. I can get in trouble for that. So I if anyone says anything I'll just pretend I'm seeing Smith, but but not North Carolina. Roy Williams has done a fantastic job. I do think UVA they've had a lot of setbacks adversity in the tournament. But I do think this is this is Tony Bennett's most talented team. And I think they'll get through and get to the final four. I think Michigan state. I know they're in the same region as Duke, but I I was at the big ten conference tournament last week. I followed them Tom Izzo. This team is just balanced tough. They defend they can score. They really don't have a weakness at all as a sleeper team. I like Texas Tech the best defensive team in the country. They got a kid Jerry Kover who's probably wanted to top five players in college basketball that nobody knows about he's capable as they are. Taking a long run. And I love Florida state. You know, I love what they've done Leonard Hamilton. They won twelve of thirteen games in the regular season. People forget they got to the ACC conference finals loss to Duke. But they have a lot of death in very talented. So there's teams out there. Other than Duke believe it or not that are capable for long run. I'm gonna ask you to put all your old man hat for second. You and I did this a little bit the other night in Chicago during the big ten turnament. Will you go back to that last year? Even when you lost to Arkansas Scotty Thurman shot sorry to bring this up. You had seen your late and teams teams at three or four all Americans seem to time. And when you're watching now played there, but you're watching now this one and done era are the guys that he good. I mean, you look at them and think, yeah, these guys could have played when we did and won something. That's a good question. I think I think I think there's some really talented players and a lot of young talented players. But you know, the difference was you had older players more experienced players who had the opportunity maybe go pro who didn't think that UNLV team in nineteen ninety blue blue out Duke and Denver in the championship game. And you had Stacy Augmon.

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"zay" Discussed on The HoopsHype Podcast With Alex Kennedy

The HoopsHype Podcast With Alex Kennedy

03:37 min | 2 years ago

"zay" Discussed on The HoopsHype Podcast With Alex Kennedy

"And and just try to show a sliver of his personality. Definitely. I mean, whenever you're doing something that you're passionate about it so much more fun. That's why the hoops type stuff I'm doing now. I was like I was reading hoops I forever. You know, even before I started writing I feel like I was checking hoops every single day. But now like they have basically doing behind the scenes type beecher's where we know our audience are diehard NBA fans that just want even more access information. So we're just doing allowed like the inside look behind the scenes type stuff. And you know, it's something I'm passionate about I'm learning a lot from doing it. And it's so it's so much more fun. Whenever it's something you're passionate about not just kinda. Getting through it because it was assigned to you. So I'm glad you're doing that, you know, and the Washington Post is allowing you to kind of approach stories that way and you're doing a great job to with your newsletter. That comes out every week. I would recommend everyone goes subscribe to the newsletter. It's fantastic stuff. And actually, this is a good segue. Because your most recent newsletter was really interesting to me it was about Zaire Williamson and his where where he would fit best. You know, you look at different landing spots potential landing spots in where he may fit the best. So I want to kind of go through your list and talk about some of these spots because right now NBA fans are understandably loving Zay on you know, he has the highlight plays. And I think there are some limitations to his game. Obviously there are some concerns about you know, his perimeter game. It's three point shooting. I know some people and we'll get into this a little bit later, but some people were kind of concerned about his weight and what position he would play. But overall, there's I think the main the general consensus is this kid is to athletic and talented did not figure it out. It seems to be what the general consensus is. So I think most of 'em is right now want him on their team. So let's start with your honorable mention you had five teams that you listed as interesting landing spots for Zay on your to honorable mention where the Orlando Magic and Washington Wizards keep guys explained before we get into your top three. What made you list those teams there for sure? And hey, I completely understand why people like to nip especially the presumptive number one big. I mean, let's say what can he do? Well, what can you do? But just that's all step back and realize this guy is right now is forty two. That seems really that sounds like a video game. That's why like come on, Alex. Like, he's breaking the scale. Right. So we need to keep that in center of the discussion. This guy is a very special franchise changing type of talent. Now, the reason why I had you Orlando Magic in the wizards on my honorable mention is because when I'm trying to construct a spot for Zion. I'm looking for a team that will be able to play uptempo. So you're making use of all of his physical, tools and has ability to get up and down the court. I'm looking for a team that can really stretch the court, especially ideally with the center who can shoot I want to kind of mimic what Milwaukee's doing with Janas. And that Brooke Lopez's addition was so big to open things up for us in Milwaukee. So I would love to have you know, a guy like Zion having a center who can really shoot the ball. And then also, you know, I'm looking for a scenario where there's lots of shooting around him. So he's always got a space court. So when he's in the half court he can kind of go down. On and just go into attack mode. I think you also want to have another good ball handler playmaker. On an I you know, he's not that pure point forward. You know, like a LeBron or like, a Janas has become you know, maybe he can develop into that. I think he's a good Asser. But he's not like this crazy incredible vision type like Ben Simmons. And so I think you're going to need to have somebody to sort of help him almost like with the training wheels on an offense..

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"zay" Discussed on Forever35

Forever35

04:18 min | 3 years ago

"zay" Discussed on Forever35

"Might be actually helping with mining Zayed on back. I'm back on the sauce and it is great to have caffeine back in my life because I don't have any drugs like I need all the drugs I can get, you know, so. But I think. I think, you know, I'm not one hundred percents sure how or why it's working. But I think it's the amount of time that I'm spending in meditation. I think that's like it's a significant amount of time. The mantra is there's a mantra and I, it's the other night. I woke up really with like a panic for the first time in a while, and it was one of those ones where it feels like it's a very physical surge, but it's also kind of trippy like you're like, where is the bottom? Where is home? It's like an Alice down the rabbit hole thing, and I was like, you don't have to. You don't have to go there like, you don't have to follow that Lanta thing. And I did my mantra, and that was really interesting, but so that's something that's I found helpful and and to those listening, I wouldn't even say, you know, it has to be TM. I just think like a more extended meditation practice with a mantra and you, you know, even give yourself amount or you can find mantras online that has been helpful. But the allusion for me is that there's like one cure. All right. Like to me, like mental health is very cyclical and just when I think like I've got it, it like resurfaces and just when I think like it's never going like it's never gonna. Let up it dissipates and. So I think it's like that experience of learning to ride the waves over many years and not kind of seeing recovery as a linear thing. And also I think another parallel is seeing it as like if you have any kind of chronic illness, you can be doing everything right. Like you could be eating your food and you can be like getting enough sleep issue and like doing your shit going therapy. But like sometimes you just get sick, unlike dash is how do you feel like living in LA has affected your mental health in any way? I, I, it's funny because I, I was in New York for ten years. I get asked that they're like, well, are you depressed now in LA and the and the answer is, yes. I think when I was twenty one, I moved to from the east coast to San Francisco, and I was like, this is it. I'm going to become like Schill and like, you know, like I kind of thought that if I could like Don the costume and immersive in the world, then like I could become a different person and I sort of realized pretty well. I was in alcoholics blackout for like two years, which was great. You know, but but I sort of kind of came to, I was like, oh, we bring ourselves with. So this time when I moved to LA I wasn't under the allusion. That lake, you know, I was going to be like, like, you know, a walking kale and. I would say I have been dumbed down a little by LA like maybe one or two percent, and it's welcome. I'm like, dumb me down dummy way down. And you know the weather is narcotic, so, but but I have taken me with me. Yeah. Yeah, you can't ever leave yourself. Yeah, right. You are your own baggage? Yes. Sartre saying that you are walking. Kale might make me laugh the rest of my life that really, really killed me. Can you talk a little bit about sobriety in terms of self care? I feel like especially with women. Our relationship. Sometimes alcohol can be like used as a guy for like taking care of cell like every woman deserves a drink like that kind of shit. Especially for me, I'm a mom and there's like wine is called mommy juice, and there's that whole culture of like have the strength to relax. I'm just curious about your how you came sobriety, what your feelings are about it in terms of how it's changed, you changed your life. So you know, for people who aren't alcohol IX addicts, unlike Viacom Diaz you know what I'm saying? Like I love drugs and alcohol. I mean, clearly I do because I had to get sober..

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"zay" Discussed on The Struggle Bus: Self-Care, Mental Health, and Other Hilarious Stuff

The Struggle Bus: Self-Care, Mental Health, and Other Hilarious Stuff

04:22 min | 3 years ago

"zay" Discussed on The Struggle Bus: Self-Care, Mental Health, and Other Hilarious Stuff

"I've been thinking, anxiety doesn't have made. I having Zayed and of theater company and worked with is actually taught me this a lot because we're not acting for sale. Like we have to be ourselves and you can't land stage. You have to be truthful. And a lot of times people right plays and then your name's there. And then there's a blank line. They go in that moment. You have to say what you're feeling in that exact moment and you could be having the worst. I when I was going through my break-up was during a run of the show, and I found that there's nothing wrong and didn't make the audience uncomfortable. Me to answer honestly, like, yeah, this thing happened this week and everyone's watching like, yeah, thank you for sharing because you don't have to be Suzy sunshine every single day. No one is people are scared to showings idee, but every time I do show, I'm sad today or this and that I'm very early. I get people being like, thank you so much for telling me that because you know what everyone puts on a show and everyone thinks that, okay, but the more we can admit like, people I see what dishes and stuff, and I'm like, how are you in there? Like, you know, not so good today. I'm like, yeah, it's like it's okay. You live your life. So caving into it as a different story. I mean, again, that goes back to learning how to deal with it because you can absolutely end up in a ball on the floor, and I've done that. So achieving your dreams. So much of art that's been written or seen deals with the realities of life of of anxiety, depression, and whatnot. So you can achieve your dream. While acknowledging that you, he have some things that most people have have things going on and living with it, and also knowing that you can still do your dreams and it can be like that roommate the hangs out there. He likes to open the door sometimes sometimes it closes a door. It might always be there, but there's a way in which you can learn to still live your life in chief your dreams. Totally. I agree that maybe think of something it has gone from my head while I remember it. And being honest, oh, I know. I, I I can I the little. I can tell from reading your Email that you've been through a lot. This is really hard and that you're scared, and that makes a lot of sense to me. I want to tell you that. If you are not a person who I don't know you at all Anya, the name we went with. I don't know you at all, but I can tell just from what you've described and what you're doing that you are like on top of your shit men, you know, people, I don't. I don't want to put out. I don't want to say that. I think that people who deal with their mental health issues are always fine and people who don't deal with them are never find because I think that's very victim blaming me and I don't think it's okay, but I just wanna say that everything that you described going through and all the ways that you're dealing with it, those I, I don't. I don't read that in. Thank while this is someone whose life is, you know, completely defined by their panic and they're not gonna be able to cheat their dreams. I read this. I say, this person has this thing going on and they're working hard to fill. After that out. So I just I just want to, I don't know, just give you that perspective, which may be different than the perspective you have in your own situation and everyone has their path to win. They're able to start dealing. You're ten years ahead of where I was, you know? So, but because I wasn't ready to do the so everyone's got their own path and you're, you're doing some really good things for yourself. And if anyone's listening, they're like, oh, I should do that. We'll wait until you're ready. Yeah, totally. Yeah. Your cat. Yeah. And your cat's amazing. I feel like your cats looking out for you. Yeah. Your your cat is on top. Shall we get to letter number three, Email, number three. Their name is Debbie from the show glow. Alright, high Keeton Sally my best friend of five years, and I are very close. And last year I started realizing I may have deeper feelings for her..

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Harvey Weinstein Seeks Dismissal of Ashley Judd Blacklist Suit

PBS NewsHour

04:20 min | 3 years ago

Harvey Weinstein Seeks Dismissal of Ashley Judd Blacklist Suit

"Com that web address Phil Valentine dot com and use one that you'll love ISIS and the Taliban are blowing each other up in. Afghanistan Is I saw the Excellent. Yeah this is perfect send. Each other? On fire, are they oh yes. They are suspected ISIS militants launched an assault on a gathering in the district in Saudi pool according to, Reuters to Dinesh. Fighters entered. A ton that'd be that's. What they call the this is the folks over there The it's it's, ISIS they, entered. A Taliban commanders house were ceremony was underway and opened fire Abdul. Golomb. Bucket, Zay the provincial. Police chief told the Associated. Press the? Attack was, carried out by ISIS. Suicide bomber while provincial council chief Mohammad newer Rochman claimed the deadliest salt occurred at a funeral at local, mosque French press. Citing Afghan officials reported the attack was. Carried out with guns and grenades The AP noted that very to counter impossible. To corroborate all Johnny remind me to tell you some, at a grenade in? The break I've been meaning to. Tell you that ever since I got back Taliban commanders. Believed to have been killed. In, the attack which resulted in anywhere from fifteen to twenty. Deaths while the details of, the attacker disputed the, latest slaughter abuse to be part of an escalating turf war between ISIS and the Taleban so now that we've relegated most of these folks folks have you noticed. This we, don't hear wanted ISIS anymore we have absolutely rounded these people and, Obama under him they're spreading, light nets everywhere now then all of a sudden we're running out of Iraq, we're running out. Of Syria run amount of everywhere and now they're in remote areas of, Afghanistan, and all the. People get fight with it a flip and Taliban go at it wouldn't even have a grudge match you know there'd be better than the this be better than the World Cup and we'll just, get the, we'll. Just get the Taliban and and the ISIS folks together that will We'll, put them on a field and we'll just let them kill each other well let's let's he'd been upped the ante let's put like MS MS thirteen they're all. These gangs, Crips and bloods plan will definitely we could have like a survivor, island hunger games yeah put, Antiphon their hunger games yeah hunger games for the for the thugs hunger Slugger games Games so Harvey Weinstein is asking the judge has, thrown, Ashley Judd's. Blacklist lawsuit now here's. The deal she says that she. Was blacklisted I thought she got plenty. Of work I thought she did tissues and a lot, of movies starring role in a motion to dismiss the. Disgraced movie moguls attorney claimed that Weinstein's alleged conduct fell short of, sexual harassment and the judds accusations are blocked by the statute. Of limitations plaintiff may dispute that she was difficult to, work with but, like beauty the experiences in the eye of, the beholder the Weinstein's attorney road along with the, other stories they have the actress, being, difficult says unlike statements that are that a particular actor could not remember his or her lines would be late to set. Or required many takes all of which are susceptible to prove describing plaintiff as a quote nightmare and cautioning others to avoid her does not support a defamation Weinstein's, alleged, unwanted sexual advances occurred on a single day and consisted of him asking to give plentiful massage asking her to help him. Pick out clothes and asking her to watch him shower the attorneys continuing these allegations fall far short of meeting the pervasive or severe required element So in April Ashley Judd filed a lawsuit. Against Harvey Weinstein leads the put did. Harm to her career. When he convinced. Lord of the rings director Peter Jackson. Not the Castro in his movie in one thousand nine hundred eight she claims Weinstein did. So in, relate in retaliation to her shutting down as advance the peninsula hold a. Peninsula hotel in Beverly Hills I lost career opportunity, I lost..

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"zay" Discussed on People's Pharmacy

People's Pharmacy

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"zay" Discussed on People's Pharmacy

"People who were diagnosed with generalising zay disorder if they take lavender orly so you can actually take things early we didn't really touch on that um yet but you can take some essential oils by the mouth and um they are absorbed into the bloodstream systemically but there's some safety involved in that seeming to work with a of healthcare professional if you're going to do that but they showed that people who took that lavender orally and it was just about one or two drops has a very concentrated in a very ponant compared to someone who takes added van or something similar to like as an extra valium i think people and others from analogy they showed that the lavender was of quivalent that it was equal to someone just taking the atta van for that anxiety disorder in it helps them decrease their anxiety symptoms and that was really profound to me because out of animatrice a lot of people after surgery for anxiety it has a lot of side effects um and cause dry mouth think it caused confusion and can cause vomiting and kozlodui for its side effects that essential oils really don't have that much side effects will in when people rely on antianxiety droves what we refer to as the benzodiazepine sat for long periods of time when they stop them they often go through a withdrawal experience try and essential oils don't work that family they actually have a better safety profound that's one of the reasons why i want to try to integrate them into the healthcare system cas with are changing of all the healthcare right now we are trying to redesign care to have it very efficient that very safe and very effective and get patients had a factions such a lot of goal or trying to meet and with essential oils there are very inexpensive they can be me less than three dollars a a cost to the hospital per session for the patient um and then the side effects are almost minimal do you hardly have any side effect if you use and oil by inhalation our skin with auriol ingestion you cannot side effect speed half to take for example a hundred and fifty drops to actually have a very bad side effect early in.

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"zay" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:10 min | 4 years ago

"zay" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"To the market some breaking news to bring you a german chancellor angela merkel's chief of staff peter altmaier is slated to become acting finance minister replacing wolfgang sch lead that this is according to the newspaper sueddeutsche chef zayed hung out mayer is in described in some places as the most powerful man in the land of course he's angela merkel's righthandman to some extent so that is something to keep an eye on also have breaking news out of france as cpi coming out you harmonize monthonmonth and year on year both at beating estimates and we get data for the year is out at ten a m uk time ahead of all that we look ahead to the european equity market opening just over ten minutes time we saw gains in asia even though the mci asiapacific index is heading for its first monthly loss in nine months years talks fifty futures higher by twotenths percent tax teaches high by two tents have sent cac forty peaches flat footsie100 futures up by one tenth of a percent and the ethics space it's the dollar in focus the bloomberg dollar index heading for its best week in 2017 but that's not enough to stop a third quarterly loss for the billion dollar index if we look at it against other currencies take a look at dollaryen that is high by twotenths percent one twelve spot fifty nine when it comes to adullah we are pretty much unchanged on that cross at one 1794 we have seen a little bit of weakness in sterling though coming through aim this session if we take a look at cable we are down on waste will down one tenth of sent one thirty four twenty six and fixed income space the 10year treasury yields apple mr basis point to two point three two percent the 10year bund yield pretty much unchanged at forty eight basis points that hit fifty basis points yesterday session by looking ahead to the guilt market open as well of course as in the commodity space wti crude a little weak down twotenths percent fifty one spot 47 brent crude at 57 spot forty one but oil is heading for its best months since april 2016 that's your bloomberg business flash she sandra kilholf with more on what's going on around the world good morning narra the un secretarygeneral says the plains of muslim refugees from me and now has become a human rights nightmare antonio guiterrez has urged me in mount.

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