35 Burst results for "fifteen minute"

Why Now Is the Best Time to Break Into Freelance Web Design

Entrepreneur on FIRE

02:12 min | 6 d ago

Why Now Is the Best Time to Break Into Freelance Web Design

"We're talking all about how you fight issue can break into freelance. Web design to build reliable monthly recurring revenue. So john share with us. Why now today is the best time to start a freelance web design biz. Absolutely i mean now. More than ever every business entrepreneur. Everyone that wants that go into business needs a website. I mean that's one big thing. That code code showed everyone just how important their online presences and one of the secrets is folks are not just looking for a website. They also need that expert with great service and communication on their side to be the go between Between you know the tech companies or the hosting company keep their website up and running and crazy so my co teacher the co founder of the course kelly. A her an eye for both of us. Twenty twenty was actually one of our best years ever. Despite the pandemic and twenty twenty one is not slowing down and other agency owners that i talked to in other freelancers. The the story is the same. And it's just a great time to hop in for we have one student who two years ago was working in. Hr for a metal company in nashville. She had a one hour commute each way to her job. Even though on the weekends it took like fifteen minutes to get to her job and so really. She was working fourteen ten hour days like six. Am to six pm with those commutes included and she had a seven level underground parking garage that she would park again. Meanwhile her husband was a home. Music producer in nashville booking sessions when he wanted to going on tour sometimes with me. We play in a band together and before taking our core she would call herself. The least tech savvy person around and in a year's time she took our course built her design business to a point where she can leave her full time job and now she's completely booked With jobs in the pipeline. And it's only going to increase as companies move more towards online that online presence and online stores. That's going to be a huge key going forward. So that's why. I think now's probably the best time ever and i'm sure people say that a lot but it really is. Kobe really opened the door to the importance of your online

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Belarus Plane Diversion: How It Happened

Today in Focus

02:02 min | 2 weeks ago

Belarus Plane Diversion: How It Happened

"It was last sunday morning. In athens apple passengers are waiting for ryan ryanair flight to vilnius lithuania and among them was the twenty six year-old blocker roman prosser vetch and his twenty three year. Old girlfriend sofia paika. They were almost on the plane when he noticed that there is a man who might have followed him and who tried to take pictures of his documents and he immediately texted his friends. All mia hobart overpass. Oval doesn't but those kind of translated into english remain had written. Ll telling his friend. It seemed the security services. Were following me at the apple and even tried to photograph my comments. It's not certain he added but in any case that's some suspicious shit so the plane left for venues and when they were about fifteen minutes before landing still on the territory of belarus. The plane diverted. The reason for the diversion was a message from air. Traffic control in minsk belarus where there were claims of bomb threat for security reasons. We command you to land and from the from the intonation trump airport. Security's off Informed the email the pilot was told to land. it was some very abrupt. It was very violent and many passengers felt that the plane might actually go down so the cared and all of a sudden one passengers reaction especially stood out. Ramon started panicking and he tried to give his phone and his laptop to his girlfriend. He has a lot of contacts among bloggers and activists and he knew that security forces would must certainly confiscate his laptop his his phone so he started to deliver any data from his devices

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Ross and Carrie Are Down to Earth: Grounding Edition

Oh No Ross and Carrie

02:15 min | 3 weeks ago

Ross and Carrie Are Down to Earth: Grounding Edition

"When i kind of looked at earth thing i thought i remembered all the explanations being in terms of ions and negative ions and positive ions have been thinking about something else because in the book. It's not even listed in the index. I haven't seen any mention of. I mean it's the same concept. They're talking about the flow of electrons. I don't know if you encountered any talk of ions. But i don't think so far. There's plenty of other scienc- language. Yeah yeah so. We kind of divvied up the work here. And now we're going to trade after this episode and continue but i just this week watched the official grounding or thing documentary And i also was using a pad we got that plugs in. And then you stand on it. You're supposed to stay on it for fifteen minutes a day if possible So i've been using that this week. So i was delving into the literature. I think a little bit less than you. But at least in the documentary the talk has pretty much exclusively about electron electrons. Okay i could tell you the difference. I mean an eye on is just a compound or adam that is either positively or negatively charged. Oh right okay. Now that is another way of stating the same thing. We have a transfer of electrons happening. Were about to happen. Got it so the first product that we bought for this adventure was back in twenty nine thousand nine hundred. Hey lau we've got. We've had this for a while. Yes a little over two years as we were planning to do this quite a while ago. I was just something where we thought we gotta do. Earth thing and what inspired me at the time was my buddy drew not to be confused with your fiancee drew. Who's also my buddy. But i have a friend named drew. He's your work boyfriend joke about that. That's right yeah car jokes about my man crush on drew. Because he's just such a like song we'd just love to hang out all the time and cars like oh go. Hang out with your boyfriend. He wrote me one day by texting. Anassa guys ever played around with this whole earth thing and you could tell. He felt silly. Admitting this to me but he's also curious about my input and us putting all these qualifiers around it. You know it makes me feel better. I understand it might be nonsense. But i have this blanket that i use and makes me feel great plug it into the wall and i feel like i sleep better. I was like well. That's good. isn't it. Electric blanket

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The Army of the Dead Invades Netflix

Pop Culture Cosmos

01:46 min | 3 weeks ago

The Army of the Dead Invades Netflix

"My friend. It is snyder's knob. Sorry not just. I teased everybody there. But zack ciders. Army of the dead is coming up this weekend on net flicks. I got a chance to watch the first fifteen minutes of it out on youtube and so far so good within. I know the reviews are okay but basically this is zack. Stars return to the zombie universe. His time spent in the dc universe which he may never go back to. but that's another story in itself. But zack snyder is mac. With the army of the dead starring date by teesta and a lot of other great cast members as well which name off here in a little bit but your thoughts on watching this movie eat is a spiritual successor to his dawn of the dead movie that he made in the early two thousands but it's not a direct sequel and it's still something a little bit different. It's like a heist film. Based in las vegas where they want to go ahead and steal. I think it's two hundred million dollars if i'm not mistaken out of a fault. One of the casinos in las vegas. Which where i'm at. But las vegas happens to be a controlled area where it's all walled off. Because of some zombies in fact the whole city is now infested islamise impact. The whole city is operatives. So i should be be right now because i'm in vegas but be that as it. May your thoughts my friend on watching army the debt this weekend. I know you said you and jamie are going to check it out. But your thoughts. On zack snyder. Returning to this universe. After his time spent with warner brothers ad dc

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Ransomware Gang Still Wants Millions

Cyber Security Today

01:54 min | 3 weeks ago

Ransomware Gang Still Wants Millions

"Conti ransomware gang trying to mandates dented reputation for scrambling. The data of ireland's healthcare system yesterday had published a link to a free decrypt. Her which will allow the system to unscramble the files. This will be a relief to people worried about the loss of important medical or employee. Information makes the gang. Sound like the good guys. Right nope he see before. The files were encrypted. A lot were copied by the gang and the gang is still demanding the equivalent of about twenty million dollars or they will sell that data to other crooks or release it publicly. Congratulations to two teams from. Toronto's william line mackenzie collegiate. They finished first and second in the annual cyber titan national cybersecurity competition this week for canadian high schools and middle schools. Third place went to a team from toronto's earl haig secondary school cyber security experts regularly warn. It leaders of the importance of patching applications as soon as possible one security updates are released. And that's because threat actors move fast. Once they learn of a vulnerability how fast well according to a report. This week from palo alto networks. It could be minutes. A research team looked at the activities of hackers during the first three months of the year and found hackers scan for vulnerable applications open to the internet in as little as fifteen minutes after a patch was announced when microsoft announced vulnerabilities in the on premise version of exchange server in march hackers were scanning within five minutes.

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Go Outside In The Sun

Talk, Tales and Trivia

02:09 min | Last month

Go Outside In The Sun

"Affective disorder otherwise known as sad or. Sad is a type of depression. That's related to changes in seasons seasonal affective disorder begins and ends at about the same time every year. Well when it gets cool out right if you're like most people with seasonal affective disorder your symptoms start in the fall and continue into the winters months. Sapping your energy and making you feel extremely moody. It is nothing to fool around with and should be taken very seriously but everybody. And i do mean. Everybody needs that dose of vitamin d. That the sun provides if only for fifteen minutes a day. And if you don't have that fifteen minutes well there's a solution for that too. I'll talk about that in a little while. But according the health line dot com website. I found this exposure to sunlight is thought. To increase the brain's release of the hormone called serotonin serotonin is associated with boosting mood and helping a person feel calm and focused. That's great but did you know that the sun has so much more benefits it does from the end came at dot com website. That's e. n. K. i m d dot com website. I found this. The sun is a source of heat. It's true the sun is the only thing that prevents our planet from being too cold to sustain life. Without the sun's heat life would be impossible on earth as energy resource. the sun's heat also creates a vast amount of energy on our planet in fact pretty much all energy created and used on earth derives from the sun and one way or another. Did you know that. Many people are aware of harnessing solar energy to create power but the sun is also the main cause of the weather patterns and air currents we experience on our planet

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Tips That Will Massively Improve Your Sales Webinars

The $100 MBA Show

02:10 min | Last month

Tips That Will Massively Improve Your Sales Webinars

"Laura things a lot of people talk about is hell painful. It is to run a webinar and not make as many sales as you actually anticipate or hope to. I've learned the hard way time and time again. And tweak my saleswoman a presentation over and over to find out what really works and today i'm just gonna give it to you. I'm gonna give you the three things that if you do today in your next sales webinar. It's going to change your results. It's going to help you get more sales. This is what i found in my own experience. So let's jump right into it. The first tip is many of us when we run a sales webinar. We have the format of doing some sort of workshop training or coaching followed up with a demo or presentation or sales pitch of our product and then we have cuny. The problem is is that too many of us will say the women are sixteen minutes. We will maybe teach for forty five minutes get into our demo and pitch and because we don't have much time left to answer a few questions and we may even go over time and the webinar about an hour and fifteen minutes in this defeats. The purpose of a saleswoman are. The whole point of this was webinars to make sales. Okay so it needs to be your top priority. And i been guilty of this many times. And i actually didn't learn what i was doing wrong until i actually started asking feedback from people that attended my weber my My co hosts. If i did a partner webinar and they were just awesome. He told me that. Neil going to longer babies to content heavy and that was my fault because i come from teaching background. I just wanna give give give and teach teach teach. But i'm actually doing my customers a disservice because i'm not giving them enough time to learn about the product of the solution. That's gonna really help them and give them chances to ask questions about it. So what i found. Is that if you're going to run a sixty minute webinar. I find that the best breakdown is twenty five. Twenty fifteen now. This may feel a little bit uncomfortable but trust me twenty five minutes of content of workshop. This includes your introduction your backstory all that kind of stuff and given them great information

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Mike the Headless Chicken

The Atlas Obscura Podcast

01:56 min | Last month

Mike the Headless Chicken

"How did mike. The normal chicken one of a billion normal chickens. How did he become like headless chicken. So it's nineteen forty five and there is a farmer named lloyd olsen who farms in colorado and. He raises chickens. He's slaughtering chickens for market and he grabs one five-month-old checking and chop set off and the next morning. He loads up his wagon to go to town to sell these chickens and he notices that one is still alive so this is a thing of heard of right like running around like a chicken with your head cut off. It is something that happens rate. If this happens when you cut a chickens head off this has been happening. Since people have been cutting chickens heads off which is like a long time. I chicken with its head cut off. Usually they live about fifteen minutes. Max but mike was moving around and this. This just continued for days. What made mike special. How did this even work. There's a couple of different theories over the years. One is that you know. When olson dropped the axe on mike it only cut off basically his face and a little bit of his skull and so he was walking around with eighty percent of his brain and that controlled his digestive system his breathing so all of the necessary functions were still there and other people think that perhaps a lucky blood clot kept him from bleeding to death so quickly and so they think that kind of the combination of those two factors kept him alive and moving around for the next few months so as much as this was sort of a an oddity it was also a little bit of a science or like medical mystery. I honestly think that's why people are still interested in him is because it is a mystery. He was in his own right. Kind of like a wonder if kind of terrible one

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Arsenal Stumble out of Europa League

ESPN FC

02:08 min | Last month

Arsenal Stumble out of Europa League

"How bad we're asking today. They will awful. I forty five minutes was terrible. Done for to make it. He wrote a leak fond. Louis no aggression about that. There was getting around the pitch. It was all really slow and pedestrian. Or i thought they had a decent going in the last ten fifteen minutes of the game but that was just desperation. They were way off eiffel over the two legs. I thought they would have went through. I thought it'd be to pacey l'oreal they will naive in the first leg. You try to be too small to cut up. Because that's playing a false nine tonight. You still awfully took young off with ten minutes to go brought lockers on one or play. The pair william came on had no effect whatsoever that brought eddie and are on on the not minutes for three or four minutes of the game so all in all to the real tell you deserve to go through. Explain this theory semifinal of the aropa league your only chance cancer the champions the and you come out and you in turgid performance. I'm afraid you have to look at the monitor. You know the fact that don't said other than a little florida with ten fifteen minutes to go at the end really in such a big game. I'm sorry we can. We can say that players have to motivate themselves. When they're on the field they have to get gone and this is their responsibility but say before the game the mine you should have been thrown the through every single one of them winding them up maintenance shirley new home important game was making shielding you important. It was to start the game war. Mccan shooting you important was to put pressure on villa. We up none of those things happen to fifteen minutes to go on. Shed mean not that has to be done to tetra coaching stuff. It's not a bad teams shot when you look at the qualities of expensive players arab bamiyan pathway thomas party of course soccer up and coming english attacker a lot of excitement around the him but there was just nothing nothing osmose perspective even a little excited about. Today

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A Brief History of Entertainment Awards in the US

Everything Everywhere Daily

01:24 min | Last month

A Brief History of Entertainment Awards in the US

"Awards are tradition in the united states. Which have been around for almost one hundred years. The first academy awards were handed out in one thousand nine hundred eighty nine the hollywood roosevelt hotel. The ceremony lasted a whopping fifteen minutes. It's unclear exactly where the term oscar came from. But there's evidence of the staff of the academy of motion picture arts and sciences using the name as early as nineteen thirty-one the oscars were a huge hit and soon other entertainment organizations followed. Suit the other. Three major awards were all established after world war two. The first tony awards were given out in nineteen forty. Seven you award is named after actress antoinette. Perry who is nicknamed tony. She died in nineteen forty-six and the first awards were done in her honor at the first ceremony. Brock pemberton. Who handed out the award called it. A tony and the name stuck the emmy awards were first given out in nineteen forty nine in los angeles. When hardly anyone had televisions the awards. Were i only given out for. Local television stations in the los angeles area name emmy comes from the word imi which is a nickname for an image. Or th- akon. Which is the name of a camera tube. That was once used in tv cameras. The grannies were created in nineteen fifty eight as a response to the creation of the hollywood walk of fame the name. Grammy is short gramophone. Which is what the trophy looks like. And was the first record player which could play the first recorded music.

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Using Peptide Therapy to Reverse Autoimmune Disease With Dr. Amber

Break The Rules

02:02 min | Last month

Using Peptide Therapy to Reverse Autoimmune Disease With Dr. Amber

"If you could just briefly introduce us to who you are really what got you doing the work you're doing in the world absolutely. Yeah so Thank you for inter. thank you for having me. It's fun to be here So essentially my journey started When i was premed to what i thought would be. Md school and really wanted to was really passionate about nutrition and women's towels and struggled with health issues eczema and you know some definite Emmy indus regulation. A kid didn't really know what was going on at that point in time did know what to do about. It grew up on a standard american diet and sada about a lot of information as i got into high school college about nutrition about a Detox and some of the fundamental pillars botanical medicine all of these herbs things that we can use from the earth really can change in support physiology in so as premed Go the md route job. Shattered a couple of practitioners really just kind of witness system. That was set up and You know i hesitated. That planet time is really disorienting for me because you know the doctors that i had worked with during that period of time they were. They had big hearts. They were incredible individuals but they were stuck in this kind of system of medicine. These fifteen minute appointments were. They had to be in out with patients. And we'd have somebody come in on six medications and walk up the room on a seven in. It was just a really brief visit. I felt like i didn't have time to do the work that really wanted to do. With patients and And so i thought my plan and you know switch to my major for a quarter and was just like. I don't know if i wanna do this. And and then found out about naturopathic medicine which re-routed the course of my life really became passionate about it

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Oxygen Supply Disruption Kills 22 COVID-19 Patients in India

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 2 months ago

Oxygen Supply Disruption Kills 22 COVID-19 Patients in India

"Almost two dozen code nineteen patients that were on ventilators died in a hospital in western India after a leak in the main oxygen supply authorities say the destruction lasted no more than fifteen minutes before full oxygen supply was routines however this proved too long for many patients in the socket Hussein hospital in Maharashtra state that is the worst hit by the latest says in corona virus cases in the country television images showed white teams spreading in the hospital area causing panic a police officer said that he could cut in a pipe connecting the oxygen supply to the main tank in the hospital complex overruled ingest reported more than fifteen point six million confirmed cases the second highest behind the United States I'm Karen Thomas

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Unexpected Light Pollution

Astronomy Cast

01:53 min | 2 months ago

Unexpected Light Pollution

"Day by day we're losing our connection with the night sky already. One-third of humanity lives in so much light pollution that they can't see the milky way without a drive and now satellite constellations are any additional light pollution even in the darkest guys on earth and we will get into that topic at the second but first let's have a break and we're back. So can you see the qa from your backyard. Pamela i can just not very dramatically we have unfortunately those tax historic looking not actually historic streetlights that the international dark sky association complains about where you have a poll with a teardrop on top and because they're fake historic lights actually really bright. Led's inside of them and and so they make a fair amount of light pollution so even in my small town. It's we can see it. We just can't see the details senate. It's not bad for me. I can definitely see it from my backyard. Where i grew up. Its much darker. But i can see the milky way. I can see fainter fainter objects in the sky from my backyard. I can do some mediocre astronomy in our town is maybe twenty five thousand people where i live and so but we're surrounded by darkness and so i just have to go driving. Maybe ten fifteen minutes and they get too much darker skies but when you look at those dark sky maps for some people who live say on the eastern seaboard of the united states or in europe. There's there's no where they can go within half a day's drive away to get into the place where they can actually start to see the milky way. It's heartbreaking

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Leading European Football Clubs Announce New Super League Competition

ESPN FC

01:50 min | 2 months ago

Leading European Football Clubs Announce New Super League Competition

"Fabric of european football is being ripped asunder torn to pieces. You in the podcast with. Oh yes it's just what we say right. It's what we say. But the end is nigh andrew. The end is the game as we know it will never be the same again. Yeah i think that was kind of a feeling when this news was initially released this afternoon in case you hadn't realized what we're talking about yet. It was announced today that a european super league is not just in the works but now appears to almost be an established fact and a certainty and twelve. Massive clubs from around europe have pledged their allegiance to this league with three more to follow and then five more. I suppose for lack of a better term to be invited after that. Getting the number up to twenty the ramifications of this are obviously immense and massive and tectonic in terms of what this sport is as we know it and that is why we are here tonight to talk more about this because i think as i was saying. Jj people saw the news. And i think there was almost this like grace period of you know fifteen minutes half an hour an hour where the we've known this sport to kind of be one thing you know it changes you know it was there. There was a european cup. Then it becomes the champions league first division than the premier league it changes in certain small ways but by and large these were not necessarily tectonic shifts to the sport as we know it and i think for people to wrap their minds around that reality occurring today. I think it took some time for that to settle in. But i think now here we are several hours later after the announcement and i think people are now beginning to understand just how groundbreaking this news truly is.

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Minus injured Mitchell, Jazz rally to beat Pacers 119-111

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 2 months ago

Minus injured Mitchell, Jazz rally to beat Pacers 119-111

"Boy on bike dot of each scored twenty four points and Jordan Clarkson added eighteen as the jazz rallied for a one nineteen one eleven win over the Pacers Clarkson led the jazz out of a double digit deficit after Donovan Mitchell sprained his right ankle in the third quarter Bogdanovich says their defense becomes even more important if they have to play multiple games with at Mitchell of course that is going to be different different situation right now if if you want to play by the but on the other hand we gotta we gotta play our our defense and we cannot we don't have a chance against anybody in the league Mitchell left after scoring twenty two points and Rudy go bear added thirteen points twenty three rebounds and four blocks in Utah's second straight win without Mitchell on the floor the jets allowed Indiana to score on only ten total positions over the final fifteen minutes I'm Dave very

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How to Have Strong Ideas

Badass Agile

01:57 min | 2 months ago

How to Have Strong Ideas

"Let's talk about having strong ideas. Any business lives or dies on the strength of its ideas. It doesn't matter where those ideas come from and those ideas don't have to be just new products new services. They don't have to be marketing ideas. They don't have to be gigs or schemes. It can be as simple as solution through problems in unique ways so while ideas can definitely impact your product and service development is an organisation. They can just as easily impact your processes your people your blockers your opportunities your markets and they can happen at every level of the organization. There is no problem too. big too small. We will always need a fresh supply of strong ideas. Ideas that enable survival culture market domination expansion. All these things are crucial to a business's growth especially in the time that we live in. I care way less about your fidelity to any agile or scrum process and more about your ability to execute on ideas to have ideas to have visions and then convert them to execute -able backlogs quickly. I don't care what you say. Speed to market matters. And don't let anyone in your organization tell you different. So how do you have strong ideas. Great ideas influential ideas. Here's some tips for you number one. Never wait for perfect ideas. They're not coming. I've said this many times before going to say it one more time if you're not in the practice of writing your ideas down every day for fifteen minutes and whatever you got if you don't get up fresh in the morning and somehow record the things that pop out of your head. It really doesn't matter when you do it but try to get in touch. With what time of day is your most creative time and build the important habit of just writing this stuff down

Amazon is on edge over Alabama union vote

The 3:59

02:07 min | 2 months ago

Amazon is on edge over Alabama union vote

"I'm roger chang and this is your daily charge joining us to run through this. Big labor battle is laura. Atallah our amazon expert. Welcome lor so. Can you give me a quick quick recap of what this vote. There are five thousand. Eight hundred warehouse workers in bessemer alabama voting on whether to or me union. It would be the first. Us amazon union. And it's also one of the largest if not dealer described to vote on forming a union in the us for amazon. And so there's a lot at stake here. It could kind of not like a beachhead free unions if it inspires other warehouse workers in other locations to organize. And what are we expecting the results so the results could happen at any time. The national labor relations board is counting up to balance and they could be this week or next antezana pretty vocal there. Obviously against this. And they've made the argument that they already pay their poise fifteen dollars an hour which is above the national minimum. What exactly are workers asking for. What's really prompting this. Push to unionize down in bessemer right. So the workers invest myr say that they would really like more control over their breaks and rest time and that comes from the fact that are ten hour shifts and they are extremely physical so people who are picking up packages from tote santa putting them on conveyor belts to be put in boxes are walking upwards of ten miles a day in their shifts bending down at santa gap again bet. Certain say there's other jobs where there's a lot of movement all day and amazon does offer breaks course and allows people to go to the bathroom whenever they need to. Workers say that the requirements to fill werner's are so onerous that they don't really get to take extra break on pop up those like hour rest period total of by ryan the the debris down thirty minutes. Relaunch to fifteen minute breaks right

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"fifteen minute" Discussed on White Coat, Black Art

White Coat, Black Art

01:43 min | 6 months ago

"fifteen minute" Discussed on White Coat, Black Art

"Tweeted. Thank you for this episode. There are many commonalities to northeast. Calgary a kobe. Nineteen hotspot here. In alberta and sadly our premier has emphasized social gatherings as the problem big sigh and finally on facebook. Jenny put said this great episode. It really illuminated the many causes behind high covert rates in some communities and dispelled a lot of myths. Thanks to all of you for commenting on last week's show. That's our show this week. If you wish to comment email us at white coat at cbc dot ca. I'm on twitter at night shift. Md and the show is at cdc white coat also on facebook. If you wanna listen to our live or on demand anytime make sure you download the cbc. Listen app you can also get the shows a podcast at i tunes and elsewhere while you're there subscribe to the dose the show where we answer your most pressing health questions this week. I'm joined by steve. Jordan's a psychology professor at the university of toronto scarborough. He helps answer the question. How can i stay. Mentally and emotionally healthy as kobe. Disrupts the holidays. And if you're looking for more health news subscribe to cbs's weekly health. Newsletter second opinion go subscriptions dot cbc dot ca white coat. Black art was produced this week by senior producer. Donna dingwall with help from suggest. Berry jeff goods finish jahic and digital writer brandy waikele. Thanks to our sound engineer. Louder antonelli that's medicine from my side of the gurney. I'm brian goldman. We're in this together..

"fifteen minute" Discussed on White Coat, Black Art

White Coat, Black Art

08:16 min | 6 months ago

"fifteen minute" Discussed on White Coat, Black Art

"I had laugh. We know each other. We've known each other for a long time. I'm so grateful when. I call them almost before i asked. He said yes. I've seen take on just like coach. She told me he doesn't like to say now. I wanted to ask about how he views. The handover to biden. How concerned should we be that. The anti-science sentiment that we've been hearing that that that people have been living will outlast. The trump administration. Well i don't know. I can't guarantee that i mean. I think it is a problem that we have to address. Hopefully as we get into the next year and we start doing things that are based fundamentally on evidence and data that there will be less of a push back by the people who seem to be pushing back on science. Can't guarantee that. But i hope that that's what we see. A new year means a new administration. How hopeful are you that things will be different under a biden administration. Will i know they will be. Because if you look at what. The biden harris Team is talking about doing. There are certain differences there that hopefully will make things better because if you listen to the statements that are coming out. They really are statements. That are fundamentally based on science. So i would hope that there would be a much greater adherence to the scientific principles and on that last hopeful. Note my fifteen minutes. Dr fauci were up. Sorry we need to wrap up. Doctor has another off the moment. Thank you you know when they say fifteen minutes they really mean it. Thank you very much for speaking with me. Why it's my pleasure. Good luck to you. Take yourself you to buy by. I'm grateful that one of the busiest guys on the planet during this pandemic had fifteen minutes for us. But i worry about him. Just as i worry about those frontline workers. Dr fauci likes to stay in touch with. Take care and stay safe. Dr fauci said we need a new approach to address the growing rate of vaccine hesitancy on next week show. I visited hospital in sherbrooke. Came back to check out. A revolutionary program called promo vac specially trained vaccine counselors talk with parents of newborns about vaccines right on the maternity ward. I visited the maternity ward at flurry. Mock hospital in sherbrooke got to see the program and meet one of the vaccine counselors. Hi my name. Is mattress salva in sherbrooke at the shoe hospital. I'm a vaccination counselor for the emmy which is A ministerial program. In which we we meet parents to To talk a little bit about About the baby's vaccination. So what's the first thing you say to new parents when you meet them. First of all. I congratulate them. Tell them because it's a great moment for them. They just got a new baby. So and i introduced myself saying that. I'm vaccination consular on there to have an open discussion on on vaccination and ask them if it's the right moment for them too because They just gave birth to a baby a few hours or days ago. So you you have to make sure. They're they're ready to talk about it. All of this conversation is free of judgment and the medical side of things most of the time. The ad been judge on their their position vaccination. So if i sound vaccination counselor they probably thing that i will judge jim if the tell me that they're a little bit against vaccination which i will not but when we start the conversation the they can see that. I'm not here to judge here to discuss the let it go and We can have a good discussion. I wanted to know what happens when he meets parents with strong views. On vaccination around thirty forty percent have Some concern regarding vaccination What types of concerns do they have your experience. Most of the time they they don't perceive the risk of those disease. Because i mean they haven't seen them like measles and rebel and chicken or now they don't feel the risks related to those disease and all the thing you can read on the internet regarding autism. And what's in the vaccine. It's all thing that i touched on every day with parents but you have come across parents who are completely anti vaccine. That's what do you do. Then i ask if they want to have this open discussion about it. And if they don't. I i just. I just respect their decision. And i actually. Thanks and i congratulate them for her baby. And i a walkaway israeli. Not often that happens. Do you think you've been able to change the views of people. Sure yes for sure. It's some some will say to me afterwards today thanks. I didn't know about that. Some decide to vaccinate on the spot for the most part the one who are against it. They say we'll think about it. Thanks for the information. It changed review a little bit. We will go on with it. You've said that if you're starting to get into an argument with them whether mr causes autism you've lost them sure they closed. They will close himself when you tell them they're wrong. You can feel that that. They're they're not there to listen anymore. that's next time on white coat. Black art we had a huge response to our show last week. In which i put on ep went to brampton. It's a multiethnic community. West of toronto and a covid. Nineteen hotspot capri malhotra of indus community. Services took me on a tour. So i could see the living and working conditions that resulted in high rates of covid nineteen and so he could bust some myths and group rate. I guess i guess. Some people think that do ali and and and weddings and celebrations that that does lead to super spreader events. And that's why there's so much covert nineteen in this community. What do you say about that. Say it's because of the fruit and vegetables that you insist on having on your shelves the toilet paper and paper towel that you insist on having their as you go through that store and you head out. That store Who do you think's stopped it. Who's at the cashier's desk Who trucked in depending on the item who fluid in So you get a real sense that there is a almost a willful ignoring of the fact that this is a community. That's on the front lines of of taking care of everyone else And itself has been on on on the back. Burner receiving healthcare supports so then they can actually protect itself when it's been needed. This makes you angry it. You can't be in the business of caring for people you can't be in the In the cause of supporting communities. And it's and it's well being and not be concerned. We see that the lack of resources the the difficulty in being able to reach so many people when there's so few structures in place to support it it does. it is frustrating. It is warren mcfaul a farmer from hillier in prince edward county wrote. Thank you very much for today's brampton show. Ever since the numbers started rising in peel. I had assumed that it had to do with a certain race of people. I want to compliment you on balanced coverage that gave me a lot to think about from the east coast. Tony gillis wrote great show guys down here in the atlantic. I think people forget where the stuff at the store comes from brampton. I'm mary tour. Brampton ian and we know it. Well we also had strong reaction on social media at david m k. Thirteen tweeted this from ottawa. I really had no idea about the public. Health factors in brampton. This really opened my eyes and you highlighted so many heroes in that community and the shame of the government of ontario's funding of medical care services. We all benefit from the work of this community. Thanks again for helping us understand and respect our fellow. Canadians gail mckean. Who's a health. Services researcher.

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"fifteen minute" Discussed on White Coat, Black Art

White Coat, Black Art

07:37 min | 6 months ago

"fifteen minute" Discussed on White Coat, Black Art

"Nineteen eighty-four where he's overseeing research on emerging diseases from hiv to a bola and of course covid nineteen president liden and vice president-elect harris. Thank you so much for asking me to be part of this. Kobe response team. I believe as you do that in the fight against this pandemic we must lead with science and that a key piece of our ongoing work is communicating consistently with the american people. When joe biden takes office in january fetchy will have advised seven. Us presidents my fifteen minutes without sheet was four months in the making warm greetings to you. All my name is tony. Found g and i am a physician. Scientists director of the national institute of allergy and infectious diseases at the united states in august. Dr fauci gave virtual welcome to first year medical students at timothy medicine university of toronto my alma mater in past years. It's been my privilege to give similar remarks in person armed with that tiny bit in common. I e mail. Dr fauci and waited and waited until this week when he wrote back saying we have fifteen minutes. Hello good morning. It's brain goldman in toronto. Are are you name it on the camera or no. We don't need the camera awesome. Thank you dr fauci. Now thank you. Thanks david just enough time to ask a few really important questions about where we are in the pandemic and the way forward in the seat. Good morning dr. Fauci is brian goldman and toronto. Good morning brian. How're you today. i'm fine. How are you more important. In in their in their we started with a little talk about. Dr fauci and canada are sound engineer. How loud antonelli is just getting level on you. How did you get connected to the university of toronto. I was surprised to see that to to see that minute address for the incoming medical school class. Well i have had some collaborators at the university of toronto. I have a canadian investigative. Who's one of the important investigators in my lab. So i have a bit of a connection to canada so when they asked about it i said yes of course not a problem. You have trouble saying no. I do i do. I'm a softy which is one of the reasons why we're having this conversation as an er physician. I wanted to find out how she the physician connects with the people on the frontlines of the pandemic re dealing with a new and dangerous disease in numbers that seem to just keep exploding. Three thousand forty six people died of the coronavirus just today. That's more than the number killed on nine eleven. That news comes as we are hours away from a pivotal point in the fight to stop the virus that has held the country in. Its dr anthony. Fauci welcome to white coat black art. Thank you very much for having me. Good to be with you. I'm a frontline emergency room physician. So i see covid. How much do you get to talk to frontline. Physicians like me as well as nurses paramedics and respiratory therapists. You know a fair amount What i do in order to keep myself grounded in reality checks. I do a number of things In the evening once a week i get on the phone with people like yourself and health officials at the local level in places like new york Chicago new orleans seattle. La's san francisco and talk to them about their experiences of that particular day. Also we have a hospital literally a couple of hundred yards from where. I'm sitting right now on the nih campus and we have kobe. Nineteen patients there. In fact i made rounds myself on a couple of them just yesterday so we do stay connected with the real world. I think it's important to do that. And what a time to be doing that. I mean just. Yesterday were recording. This on thursday over three thousand people died in the united states from covid nineteen. There are public health officials that that are in tears. What what are you say. Frontline workers when you get a chance to speak to them. Well i encourage them. They certainly heroes of this outbreak. Frontline workers everywhere in the united states and in canada they're working in under impossible conditions the stress and the strain of the amount of illness and death in hospitals particularly in intensive care units. The shifts are grueling because there is never enough time never enough beds never enough trained personnel so people have to double up on shifts and it's both emotionally and physically exhausting. That's the reason why. I say very sincerely that these people are really the heroes of this outbreak from the despair. There's hope health. Canada just approved the new vaccine from pfizer. And as we speak the fda is considering emergency approval for the same vaccine it might be coming fourth today. The vaccines are good. News i want to know how you feel about the arrival of the first vaccine. Well i'm very encouraged. First of all by the extraordinary level of efficacy. Both the two vaccines that are in play right. Now that are being considered by our fda are the messenger vaccines from moderna and from pfizer and their efficacy of ninety. Four to ninety five percent is striking I i did not anticipate it would be that good and even more or as important. Is that the efficacy against serious. Disease is almost one hundred percent. I mean when you compare the placebo to the vaccine group. That's extremely good news right now. We in the united states and canada the same issue there's a considerable degree of hesitancy and skepticism about getting vaccinated. We've got to convince as many people as possible in this country and worldwide to get vaccinated when it becomes available because given such a highly efficacious vaccine if we get the overwhelming majority of the population vaccinated. We can actually get a degree of herd immunity in this country and elsewhere. That could actually crush epidemic when you get veil of immunity among the among the population to a high degree the virus has no place to go and cannot spread readily so. We're hoping we get a very very successful uptake. A vaccine to a high percentage of the population. But as you've mentioned there are rising rates of vaccine hesitant sanity control. It has nothing to do with health. Seen change your dna forever. Several of these high level un people came up to me and said we don't vaccinate our children so the elite do not vaccinate their children. They make us take them but they won't vaccinate their children. Is there anything new out there. What do you do to convince people who won't roll up their sleeves. Well you have to try and find out the reason that they have concern and skepticism. You know there are a hardcore group of anti vaccine that no matter what you tell them. They're not going to change.

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"All of the world twenty-four hours a day and bloomberg.com on the Bloomberg business app and Bloomberg quick take is Bloomberg Radio losing Bell. Wrong with the world headquarters on Charlotte, There was a down day on Wall Street Stock slumped Airlines and hotels particularly hard hit amid signs at World economy has a long way to go get back on track down for the closing bell at the New York Stock Exchange almost four shares fell on the S&P 500 index for everyone the gained the tech-heavy NASDAQ gauges dropped off a record intraday high in the afternoon a losing session there at or near session lows has some peace about 34 points down 1.1% NASDAQ retreating from yesterday the record down eighty nine point to drop of nine tenths of 1% the downtown 396 points down one and a half percent lot of those losses really coming in the past fifteen minutes of trading the year of 12 30 seconds with the yield of .63% gold of twelve dollars an ounce of $0.07 1% $17.90 an ounce and West Texas intermediate crude down to 7:10 to 1% off.

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"fifteen minute" Discussed on Fake Doctors Real Friends with Zach and Donald

Fake Doctors Real Friends with Zach and Donald

03:49 min | 1 year ago

"fifteen minute" Discussed on Fake Doctors Real Friends with Zach and Donald

"That's the first time I heard it. Okay, I dude for those of you weeks with this scrubs cue. Go On for a really long time until finally. We started making fun of it so much. Yeah, jd starts commenting on the. Right and it gets taken out of the show. Because of that I think what happened was. Taken out or I don't know composer. The composer made it like a handful of. And, these guys just use the same shoes over and over again. There's not that many other you know when we don't use music. There's not that many scrubs cues bound bound. That'd be like a sting when something funny happening to just go. After something Robert said. Mash said. But nine benign and a half Dow. But that's the janitor benign, benign and a half. Donald I thought that was. The episode where? I catch a look at the janitors penis and I and I noticed that there's a mole on it and I. Have to inspect it and I go. It's benign, and he goes benign, benign and a half I got. Tired that's. That's hilarious. and. Like I said I. Don't remember that show. I was on and I. Don't remember much about it well. That's the show, guys. That's the episode. Pretty much. Yeah Judy, will you? Will you come do this more because I think we really like having you on I? Hope I can speak for my co host Donald Things. I would love it if you came back. Anytime you want to, and we'll make that happen and judy. Since you are one of my favorite guests to ever be on our little podcast, and also because you have a beautiful voice I thought you could be the first one to ever count us in to our our theme song that ends the show. Donald. Prefers to go five six, seven eight. I I don't know how you feel. You can count in any way you so choose. It's five six seven eight. Okay Yeah Donald. However you want to do it. It's all right. It's like. Six seven eight. That's real good. That'll work DECA work. Okay, but let's do it for real now. Okay, here we go. That was pretty good. Okay, but I wanted yeah. Judy Reyes. We love you. Thank you for coming on the PODCAST. into our, theme song. Seven. Stories.

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"fifteen minute" Discussed on Fake Doctors Real Friends with Zach and Donald

Fake Doctors Real Friends with Zach and Donald

04:44 min | 1 year ago

"fifteen minute" Discussed on Fake Doctors Real Friends with Zach and Donald

"Now and my husband. Who's like a sucker is hard like that? And he's like my daughter and I get it. Do you know what I mean was like I get it. You know as a person who wants approval can be So satisfied with being liked and everybody being okay with a you know thinking that you're good or or being a approved by everyone around instead of knowing that they're the job that they're doing is a good job or knowing that what you did was well done instead of people liking you or liking. What you did you know. And that's a really hard place to be when you have to look at yourself. You know what I'm saying. I'm watching those shit. That was so good which Johnny see is like no one's harder on Johnny Seven Janis Z. He really brought it. I mean I I thought you know. It's a pretty big speech. He had and he just got goosebumps when I was watching it. He's relentless like that there. A funny moment in nineteen forty nine when Elliot offers to give your friend valium a doctor's allowed to do that like your friend is upset because her son. Got Stabbed. And don't worry we're going to set you up with the volume in an IV drip. I was like well. That's the thing that I mean if it's not it should be because I would need it if my kid got stabbed. I'm GonNa tell you that right now. I just did shit. I didn't know if you're I just didn't know. Doctors are allowed to like just start throwing around volume for people that are upset. Well at the stuff that's out now. That's like nothing to Zanex his. I'm worried about I'm going to set you up in a room with valium and a drip was like really go. Elliot Inner City Hospital with people pouring out the doors for you. That's what's messed up. It's an inner city hospital. That's so heavily that so heavily relies on insurance was twenty years ago. Phase on his saying the is still prevalent. This is still real today. Just keeping one hundred and nineteen fifty-eight it may be the very first occurrence of the SCR. Sad SCRUBS Q. But A. That's the first time I heard it. Okay I dude for those of you weeks. He's with this will go on for a really long time until finally we started making fun of it so much. Yeah but jd starts commenting on the right and it gets taken out of the show because of that. I think what happened was taken out or I don't know composer. The composer made it like a handful of cues and these guys just use the same shoes over and over again. There's not that many other you know when we don't use music there's not that many scrubs cues bound bound. That'd be like a sting when something funny happening to just go after something. Robert said Mash. Said benign benign and a half Dow. But that's the janitor. Benign benign and a half Donald. I thought that was the episode where I catch a look at the janitors penis and I and I noticed that. There's a mole on it and I have to inspect it and I go. It's benign and he goes benign benign and a half. I got tired. That's that's hilarious. And like I said I don't remember that show I was on and I don't remember much about it. Well that's the show guys. That's the episode. Pretty Much Yeah Judy will you? Will you come do this more because I think we really like having you on? I hope I can speak for my co host. Donald things. I would love it if you came back anytime you want to. And we'll make that happen and judy. Since you are one of my favorite guests to ever be on our little podcast and also because you have a beautiful voice. I thought you could be the first one to ever count us in to our our theme song that ends the show. Donald prefers to go five six seven. Eight I I don't know how you feel. You can count in any way you so choose. It's five six seven eight. Okay Yeah Donald however you want to do it. It's all right. It's like six seven eight. That's real good. That'll work DECA work. Okay but let's do it for real now. Okay here we go. That was pretty good. Okay but I wanted. Yeah Judy Reyes. We love you. Thank you for coming on the podcast to our theme song. Seven.

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"fifteen minute" Discussed on Fake Doctors Real Friends with Zach and Donald

Fake Doctors Real Friends with Zach and Donald

11:27 min | 1 year ago

"fifteen minute" Discussed on Fake Doctors Real Friends with Zach and Donald

"All right. How about another question because now it looks like your face has has settled in a little bit. You're not stunned as much anymore. I is knocking I I. I don't know if I have another question. Do you have any questions how about you? Would you guys ever considered doing a live taping so that we could go in and see you and I'm sure obviously after all the covid nineteen stuff that you know well ahead? You'RE GONNA say Donald Donald What to do that. We just don't know when all of this is GonNa go away. You know what I mean. I don't know where you guys are in Los Angeles right now and we have strict policies in Los Angeles as we should you know? We have a lot of covert patients here. And so I don't know well even Cova side I i. There's no plans to do anything like that. And in fact you know scrubs was shot like a film not In from an audience. Although as you recall we did that. that one. Sitcom Spoof where we did it in front of a live audience. Yeah that was the tile good. That was a lot of fun is Never Donald his done sitcoms before. I had never done a sitcom you know. I mean I did pilot and I guess star and I had done theater but but there was a really fun doing that. That do you guys remember that I. I just remember thinking like Oh now. I see the allure of doing the comments. Such a high. The audience is so amped up cold. And they've got a lot of sugar and his laugh at whatever you do and and we obviously it was a well written episode so it was genuinely funny but I remember really thinking like Oh that could be fun to do. Are you guys in the medical industry at all? I'm just curious because you're such enormous fans. Oh no no no. I was military for army for a little bit. But you guys live northern California. Patterson it's right up the five on the other side of the bay area. Oh so you guys are in the bay area and a half hours if you guys can make time you're cooking which are cooking tonight. Tacos goes is Wednesday leftovers over. Let's head up their driving separate cars. And we'll sit in here in your backyard. Opening maintained safe distancing. I promise you guys thank you so much. For what a great surprise and and pleasure so and Tiffany. You are a good wife. I gotTa say surprise. Yeah I'm never going to have to buy anything ever again. I'm just GonNa take a picture that and that's it every year number. Twenty twenty take picture. Now let's take the picture to let me get. Let me get married before you got some. Okay make sure you get Joel. Two and that's how low is remember that several always remember them accidentally did airplane mode heard. He's like screams Omega. Wow this guy is you. Were just totally awesome and thank you for doing this. We Room watching the show listening to the PODCAST. It's just us. I'm right now thank you. We're having so much fun. Doing it means a lot to love and listening and please stay safe up there and enjoy Taco Wednesday. We healthy fake you guys. Who GOES BY TACTICALLY? You're supposed to hang up but you forever. I like it. I like it judy. Let's do that. You'RE NOT GONNA curly hair. Say No but really hang up now because we got a recipe. Get the fuck out. Love your thank you. Thank you welcome Josh. That was great. Well well I don't know how a caller can I mean. You really brought it. I don't know how anyone is ever going to compete with that. You really quickly get some tips. If you guys want to write in the letter make sure your subject. Line is just really expressive. That's GONNA pop out it's like we have thousands and thousands of letters people wanting to call in. And so just you know whatever you can put your question if you have a good one if you have a good story. I'll probably wait till we surprise someone so don't try to set. Say That up just yet. Tap Dat pitches. Well listen we should. We should remind people if you do all even though Joel. Say she's getting thousands of if you do WANNA ask a question You write an email to scrubs iheart at gmail.com find a way to stand out and it'll all be up to joe wells eyeballs. Who GETS TO COME ON? Yeah don't blame me if you call in and you try to call in or you'd send email and you don't get a response. Yes not my fault. Well you're not gonNA believe this but Donald's not the one sifting through the thousands of emails. You blamed Joe L. Played well you gotta put some bass in your face and your voice your golf and no banana tailpipe. You're not gonNA fall on the TAILPIPE. I ain't GonNa much no banana not one. So it's GonNa say something. I was to say something notes. I'm so impressed. I always have no season from. I always have not good. I didn't know that you're always rocking notes. I just thought you were making drinks over there in the cloud. Boy Oh boy oh boy Dr Turk- Turkey call him. Dr Turk now. Brian Not terkel ten. So does this mess up the lore. That Kelso doesn't know Turks last name was Turkington and he's just calling him Dr Turk like he would call Dr Dorian doctor he would therefore be calling Dr and Dr John or did they decide somewhere down the line. This is a good bill lawrence question. They decided somewhere down the line that Kelso just forgot Turks name altogether okay. We'll ask build here Joel What was what was the intention. I imagine that someone just missed it and and decided it would be funny later on if if Kelso had no idea what your name and thought your name was Turkey Turkington funny. That's that's one of the funniest that's one. That's another thing that I've really loved. I've been spewing about this Judy because I really feel like our relationship is the one I mean yet. They follow Jd Elliott throughout the show but our relationship from the gate from the beginning of the show til season eight is is. You know you watch it. Grow and by EPA season three when we finally get into the wedding in all of that stuff. I really felt like it was earned by the time we got there. You know what I mean like. We had been through so many characters had been through so many things. And so you know when I look back at all of this stuff when I look back at me singing Mrs Jones. And Me Know Me hiding in your in your closet at your mom's house and then when you finally decide to move in you know there's a break-up between Turk and Carla all of that stuff before they get married I feel like it's really earned and I don't necessarily remember how the episode of US getting married turns out but I just remembered feeling so epic shooting at you know what I mean because all of this stuff that we had been through in the first few seasons were coming to a head at at that point and I just felt like our romance on the show was just I said it to bill I. I thought it was perfect. You didn't you didn't necessarily need to watch the show to understand that. Turk and Carla. Were the word the long together. Yeah strengthen the foundation. Yeah a part of that like an an essence kind of like the way. The episode ends It's kind of like the reason you belong in this place in the way. He's people like a family. It's kind of like you know. They're like that parental force that place that you belong the reason that you feel like you go there. You know what I mean like meant to be you know. Despite the fuck up said the breakup and the ups the downs. They're funny together. They understand each other. He's Silly where she's a little too serious because you can't have them both be silly at the same time you know what I mean. She's she's got Grounds him she grounds him and she growls like a lot of other people. You know what I made where she begs to be light when she's not you know she has to like loosen up. Sometimes you know what I mean where she teaches people about the place that they're in Rhino. Where she where she has to be taken out of there sometimes can like. Cox has to be taken out of there. Sometimes you know what I mean. So it's the the they pull each other out of where they are and they bring each other to where they have to be very much in an young. I remember somebody asking me. What do you have in common with your wife and I was like? I don't have that much in common with my wife to be honest with you. We do love each other passionately and stuff like that. That's the one thing we do have in common. But we're not necessarily the same people and I think that's very much the same with Chris. Turk and Carla. I think that the two of them they might be both from the inner. I don't even know that Turkish from the inner city I know Carl from the inner city but Turk in this episode. We discover that he was always the black dude in this situation. You know what I mean even Science Fair where they give him the blue ribbon even though he didn't compete in the science fair and also at college because they weren't a lot of black kids at the college they put them in the brochure twice. But Anyway my point is their personalities aren't necessarily the same but they complement each other so well is like you in case. I mean it's funny. You say that 'cause you guys are so perfect together but yeah is the perfect completely different way to putting so different yeah. I think that's what worked about. Carlin Turk collars so serious and Turk such a fucking goofball but you put them together and you get like the perfect couple. I wanted to touch on the scene with Jani. Berates me. Eight hundred eighteen In the conference I thought Johnny's performance. There was really really good. And it's a really powerful scene was an early moment in scrubs lane out there. There's no score that sort of forcing your your your emotions. It was just like him just laying in to me. I thought he was really good there. I thought he was great in it and I I watched it twice the episode and I remember when I first when what I do remember about the episode and having when I saw initially it was like. He's just so hard on him no apparent.

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"fifteen minute" Discussed on Fake Doctors Real Friends with Zach and Donald

Fake Doctors Real Friends with Zach and Donald

08:16 min | 1 year ago

"fifteen minute" Discussed on Fake Doctors Real Friends with Zach and Donald

"To pick one now. If I. IF I have to pick one, the exercise was to pick one not just casting off famous people. Oh! Well then for me. It would have to be billy dee. For me, it was John Ritter hands down. Absolutely John Ritter when I was a kid. You'll hear me say this over again. I my intro. Physical comedy was three's company. I just thought that was the funniest shit I had ever seen in my life and John Ritter. Doing physical comedy was just. He could fall over a couch like like no one and I just thought he was a master, and then so when he came on to play. My father I was just gushing I was just I loved him so much, and in fact he was supposed to come back for the second time. Literally, he was gonNA shoot Monday and I believe he died. That weekend, the weekend the week, the he died the, if not the night before no, yeah, he was supposed to come in, and he passed away after they wrapped, or while they were making the show that he was on at the time, and he was going to come and do our show the next day, and and it's really amazing. How quickly Tom Cavanagh? Who was not scheduled to be on the show showed up to be on the episode, and how they changed their around and head to so that John Ritter's character had passed away on the show as well. They had to frantically rewrite it, but that's mine I'm literally getting goosebumps as I tell the story. And I and I had him I have a framed wall on my on my in my house of all these frame, family pictures and Donald's on there a few times of course and there was literally one of the most prominent pictures was a picture of me and John Ritter just because he was just so important to me and I I loved him a lot. I remember when he said my name the first time in caught me. It kind of caught me off guard. You know what I mean I was like holy cow. John. Ritter knows my name. You know what I mean as you did. Zach. I also grew up on three's company and Yeah I'd. That that's that's what I as much as I love. Billy Dee Williams meeting John Ritter was and Michael J. Fox also were highlights for me. Yeah, all right. How about another question? Because now it looks like your face has has settled in a little bit. You're not stunned as much anymore I. Is. Knocking. I! I. I don't know if I have another question. Do. You have any questions. How about you? Would you guys ever considered doing a live taping so that we could go in and see you and. I'm sure obviously after all the covid nineteen stuff that. You know well ahead you're GONNA say Donald. Donald what to do that? We just don't know when all of this is gonNA. Go Away! You know what I mean. I don't know where you guys are were in Los Angeles right now, and we have strict policies in Los Angeles as we should. You know we have a lot of covert patients here and so I don't know well, even Cova side I I there's no plans to do anything like that. And in fact, you know scrubs was shot like a film, not in from an audience. Although as you recall, we did that that one Sitcom Spoof where we did it in front of a live audience. Yeah that was. The tile good. That was a lot of fun is never donald his done sitcoms before I had never done a sitcom. You? Know? I mean. I did pilot and I guess star. And I had done theater, but but there was a really fun doing that that. Do you guys remember that I? I just remember thinking like. Oh, now. I see the allure of doing the comments such a high. The audience is so amped up. Cold and they've got a lot of sugar and. His laugh at whatever you do and. And we obviously it was a well written episode, so it was genuinely funny, but I remember really thinking like Oh that could be fun to do. Are, you guys in the medical industry at all. I'm just curious because you're such enormous fans. Oh No, no, no! I was military for army for a little bit, but you guys live northern California Patterson. It's right up the five on the other side of the bay area. So you guys are in the bay area. And a half hours if you guys can make. Time. Your cooking, which are cooking tonight tacos. Goes, is Wednesday leftovers. Over. Let's head up their driving separate cars and we'll sit in here in your backyard. Opening. Maintained safe distancing I promise you. Well. Thank you so much for what a great surprise and and Pleasure so and. Tiffany. You are a good wife. I gotTa say surprise. Yeah, I'm never going to have to buy anything ever again I'm just gonNA. Take a picture that and That's it every year number twenty twenty. Take picture now. Let's take the picture to let me get. Let me get married before you got. Some. Okay! Make sure you get Joel two. And that's how low is remember. That several always remember them. Accidentally did airplane, mode. Heard, he's like. Screams, Omega Wow. This guy is were just totally awesome and thank you for doing this. Where we assume watching the show listening to the PODCAST. It's just us I'm right now. Thank you. We're having so much fun doing it means a lot to. Love and listening and please stay safe up there and enjoy Taco Wednesday. We healthy fake. You guys who goes by. Tactically you're supposed to hang up, but. You Forever. I like it. I like it judy. Let's do that. You're not, GONNA curly hair. Say No, but really hang up now because we got a recipe. Get the fuck out. Love your thank you. Thank you. Welcome Josh. That was great well well I don't know how a caller can I mean you really brought it? I. Don't know how anyone is ever going to compete with that you. Really quickly. Get some tips. If you guys want to write in the letter, make sure your subject line is just really expressive. That's GONNA pop out. Thousands and thousands of letters people wanting to call in, and so just you know whatever you can put your question if you have a good one. If you have a good story, I'll probably wait till we surprise someone, so don't try to set. Say That up just yet. Tap Dat pitches. Well listen we should. We should remind people if you do all even though Joel say she's getting thousands of if you do WanNa, ask a question You write an email to scrubs. IHEART at gmail.com find a way to stand out, and it'll all be up to Joan Welles eyeballs. WHO GETS TO COME ON? Yeah don't blame me if you call in, and you try to call in, or you'd send email and you don't get a response. Yes, not my fault. Well you're not going to believe this, but Donald's not the one sifting through the thousands of emails you blamed Joe. L. Played your well. You gotta put some bass in your face and your voice, your golf and no banana tailpipe. You'RE NOT GONNA. Fall in and the TAILPIPE I ain't gonNA. Much. No banana not. One. So it's GonNa say something. I was to say something. Notes I'm so impressed. I always have no season from I. Always have not good I didn't know that you're always rocking notes. I just thought you were making drinks over there in the cloud. Boy. Oh. Boy Oh. Boy! Dr! Turk Turk. Dr Turkey Call Him Dr Turk now. Brian Not terkel ten, so does this mess up? The Lor that Kelso doesn't know. Turks last name Turkington, and he's just calling him Dr Turk like.

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"fifteen minute" Discussed on Fake Doctors Real Friends with Zach and Donald

Fake Doctors Real Friends with Zach and Donald

06:16 min | 1 year ago

"fifteen minute" Discussed on Fake Doctors Real Friends with Zach and Donald

"I might be wrong. I don't know all we definitely went for to shoot same with the blue man group and then we stayed in had a party right. Yeah no that was. The RAP party was the rap party and the blue man group thing the same trip no two trips to Vegas. There was like three or four trips. Hot on a good deal great deal. I wonder last. That's another question win last time any of you have been vegas. I don't think it's wise for me to go to Vegas anymore. Yeah when I went to Vegas and I think Bill was is like I've never played poker. I've never played let is combine. You can do it you can do. You can do it. And I played and beat him and he got pissed. That's the bill. Lawrence says one of the best quotes about Vegas that I always think about and he goes. I've never had a good second night in Vegas get going at the fuck out and get out get out Donald. I once went to Vegas Donald and John's one many. I've been to Vegas many times with Donald but once he we're playing blackjack and he got crushed and he went upstairs and went to sleep. It was like nine thirty so mad that how badly he got beaten blackjack that he just he's had dismounted and and I don't think you came back out. You went to bed at nine thirty. I came out the next day. I mentioned that the pool the next day. A good night's sleep. Yeah I wanted to say that that billboard at nine fifty eight the Kelso has made was really up so nowadays that would be a visual effect but back in two thousand one they made that billboard and it was at I remember. It was up for a little while right yeah. I didn't realize that the rainbow flag was behind it though well diversity. I what I thought. The diversity was the fact that a White Guy. A black guy could work at the same hospital together. I had no guy was gay. Guy was down all the posters in the hospital but they left the was up up for one for those were hilarious by the way I wish I was. That was watching this episode. I was GONNA. I wish I one of the souvenir. Ekg GQ would be hanging up in my house to get an Ekg g favor on all. My Gosh. I wanted to say that at ten await is when you get mad at me. We're in the car about the billboard and I do know Mosh to the movie vacation or I go roller. Remember that remember. Remember the vacation. When Chevy Chase's frantically they ended up in a bad neighborhood and they're stealing they're tired they're hubcaps and there's a heat to hear a gunshot and Chevy all them up off the windows. Recognize my Oman's to vacation there and then also said keep it real also said keep it real in the scene where you come where we apologize to each after the fist-bump you said keep it real. You press so bit a bit of an Amish to I would say oh detabe chase not clueless od clueless sorry ten forty one the Sanford and son thing which is pretty funny. I laughed out loud when you did it. Like reluctantly you did. Are Your your sat like I try and get you into the Sanford and son thing and then you sort of do it. Because I can't really help it. Yeah Yeah but it's this end is look on your faces like so reluctant but you can't help it but I can't help it. Birther cuts and then it cuts to vast slapping dance deafness. Yes alright moment. Scrubs history with US bowling dancing and ask slapping bill. Had referenced. You being on the brochure twice. When he's on this is the moment that happens. Eleven thirty four now. He said this was a problem that he some people got mad about it. I'm sure people get mad at everything but I think this was a real story. I think I as I understand. 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"fifteen minute" Discussed on Fake Doctors Real Friends with Zach and Donald

Fake Doctors Real Friends with Zach and Donald

10:41 min | 1 year ago

"fifteen minute" Discussed on Fake Doctors Real Friends with Zach and Donald

"Can ice t know Judy. Donald a little worried because earl may go down. We're only like eight episodes in has taken the day drinking on only on shoot date only shoot days. I have a feeling by the time we get to episode twenty. He's GonNa be the like and another thing he's going to be screaming by episode eight sure will be off and off. Do you remember that time we all we all at a bar like? Oh no I won't tell the whole story but all I know is the Dalai had drunk enough so that his shirt resolving the bar and bar to the ice bar. So it's there's a room where you go in and it's nothing but ice and I went in that room shirtless and drank. No but you were walking around the. I mean. This was just hilarious. Now I think about it was it was our whole cast and crew and we were all partying. I don't know if it was a rap thing or whatever but all of a sudden I look over and Don was drunk enough so that he was like having animated discussions without his shirt on in the bar. You remember that noughties did some stupid things and my then girlfriend now wife showed up to surprise me and I was acting a fool the bar and it ends. Oh Yeah it's such a good story don't know I don't know if you ask Casey if we can have permission. Mabel tail on a leader episode. Yeah Alaska Meantime just know that. Dial got in trouble and also had insured. Oh Oh my gosh time. Donald got in trouble. That's like there's a lot that happened a lot. I said I'm saying every every episode he took off said part of your when Donald would cloth and then if he got to the next level drunk he'd leave angrily and like sometimes you have angrily with no shirt on. Yeah right dude that how Donald Nudist show right. He wants walked home so mad. We won't go into the store. Go into this all of it and say that he walked. We live We both lived at the time in the Hollywood hills and he wants walked home. Runs Home no-shirt on from a brea and melrose up into the Hollywood hills like there's no sidewalks people don't walk while hills. This is where Donald Walk and he was power walking like arms flying mad naked. But I was mad. You really met some term of these stories. We have to censor. Should we get into the episode? Totally get into. I just wanted to say the first thing that I noticed. Is that Donald? Cpr At forty eight seconds is would not bring anyone back to life. But I just want to say something a real human being. I'm not Asia out that I know I want to tell the audience that it's a tricky thing to give fake. Cpr because if you do CPR for real you can kill someone so when you watch horrible TV and movie CPR. It sometimes like this but I just wanted to say that. I thought you did a particularly bad job. Thank you very much. Thank you wasn't real. Jd there at the time on set to approve the former prime sure. But if you look at if you look at fake. Cpr All throughout medical TV shows. There's different techniques and some people just like completely bend their elbows so none of the pressure goes down on the person's sternum. I don't know what Donald's doing here but I just maybe J. D. had an emergency. Maybe he was hung over from the power walking. Yeah I don't I don't I don't know why this is a highlight of this podcast today. We I'm just saying buddy I'm just saying the next time you do. Pr and one of your projects. You know you can do better. I believe in you are okay. Let's talk about the Holy Inferiority Complex Batman this is one of some people's favourite. I wrote down when I saw that. What one man Robin Starsky? And Hutch Hanin Chewy Hand Luke Turkey and J. D. or you're putting up there saying we are ultimate. Ultimate dynamic duo. I wanted to say that there are certain things that come up all the time in scrubs fan favourite things they send us gifts or they sent or I see them on on the interwebs and this episode has a few of them. Actually but that this Batman holy in Inferiority Complex is is one of them. I think it's great. Because then they bumped huge. At least you're not Alfred. And then you're kick that was my best Adam West impersonation ever to. I don't think I could ever like you know. People like Tokyo Diamond. I think my Adam West impersonation was better than my neil diamond. It clearly worse. Robin Your Your. Your is so funny. I just haven't frozen on one seventeen and I know that like we weren't we weren't allowed to do the exact costume again because it's parody has to have a little twist on it but it sure masks so funny. It's like Mardi Gras a Mardi Gras it was. It's like Martin because those were the days to whenever we had to do like a the scrubs fantasies or whatever like are they doing fantasy and everybody would run down from their dressing rooms and come see everybody. Do the the costumes and the fantasies and I'd be like you actually judy. I one thing I wanted to get here. One thing. I noticed Judy at three twenty three you you I mean. Correct me if I'm wrong. You weren't often in the fantasies. This is one because because I don't know why we can talk about that but this was one of the early times where you were in there doing that throwing stars thing and I'll tell you because I was also listening to when I was listening to the bill podcast. You know how you know. Bill always warned us not to go and talk to him about including now because he would get phase on of talking to him about shit like that it would be like you know He would always let me know your carry be carrying the Gravitas and I was like I'm funny. Got Damn worried about like. How do I talk to this man about the fact that I'm funny and I want like a fantasy and you know I wanna more jokes and shit you know and the those would be like and I would literally sometimes be in my dressing room like try not to cry because I'm about to confront bill wanting more another joke or wedding this or wanting that because I wouldn't WanNa be phase on or some Shit? What would you would you give yourself a bit of a pep talk? My God yeah and I would like cry in my room before you know it'd be pulling like an Elliott in my room. Yeah I'd freak out you know. And was he receptive? He was receptive. He was received. I think I have no idea what his reasoning was. But I but it sounds like just from hearing you recount that that Carla was always the the base of the reality and and the gravitas in the drama. So he didn't want her going into being too silly but it's funny in this episode. You do have some funny as Shit. I think totally. I like the Ninja stuff. That was funny very fun. Walking in with your girlfriend laughing and everything and then getting caught out which left now. I was GONNA say I didn't recall to be. I don't recall a lot of I say this every podcast. I don't recall a lot of scrubs when watching it but I didn't recall that you. An Elliott had such a rocky start. I always thought that you guys had a great relationship but I I do you remember when it switched to where you guys became. Was it early on because like even in this episode? You're totally dissing her. You know you like it seems like it's always that way. She puts her foot in her mouth. And I gotta get the hell away from this person. Carlos I gotta get the hell away in the beginning. Sarah was prediced respectful to to car. The you know like she You know so I think I would imagine I mean obviously I want to know your answer. But that might impression was that she was still feeling resentful towards Towards Elliot Right. I think so and I think it's more like She she doesn't get it it and she never. Will you know what I mean and I think it's J. D.'s. Impulse always just like smooth things sober at over and And fix things and help other people understand that. She's really not just awkward she's always screwing things up. Just you know trying to help. People understand. Explain people to other people you know what I mean. I'm just I got no time for this. Do you recall when it switched over to Carlos being that person for Elliot? You know what I mean. We're Karla was making excuses for. This is just the way she is. Did it ever switch over to that? Or was Carla always. And don't I mean I I I really don't I know. I know that it happened in this up so I don't do well in this episode even after you like. I'm sorry I did that. We all know the truth right. Nobody want to hang out with Elliot EXAC especially when she's rocking neckerchiefs. That you see that neckerchiefs and the Khaki I thought that was really funny. That moment it's around five hundred twenty six or so when you guys are walking and then you're going out. How fits and she's got her Khakis and her her little like Scooby Doo. What's the character in Scooby? Doo that has the neckerchiefs. It was so random read. Yeah that was her going out outfit so sanitary and then she puts her foot in her mouth with your friend because she has a son right yes he has a son who's like really young as she's like. Whoa wait to rob the cradle to be. I'm going to be honest with you. I had a lot of issues with this episode as far as stereotypes go. And this is the episode with Stereo about stereotypes. And everything like that just so many things that you know one of the lines Turk says in. The show is like all my whole life. People always assume that I'm a good athlete that I That I that I was a good athlete. I grew up poor and I love Sanford and son. Does things kind of true about me at the.

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"fifteen minute" Discussed on Fake Doctors Real Friends with Zach and Donald

Fake Doctors Real Friends with Zach and Donald

07:59 min | 1 year ago

"fifteen minute" Discussed on Fake Doctors Real Friends with Zach and Donald

"Can Ice. T know Judy Donald a little worried because earl may go down. We're only like eight episodes in has taken the day drinking. On only on shoot date. Only shoot days I have a feeling by the time we get to episode twenty. He's hammer like and another thing. He's going to be screaming by episode eight. Sure will be off and off. Do you remember that time? We all we all at a bar like Oh, no I won't tell the whole story. But all I know is the Dalai had drunk enough so that his shirt resolving the bar and Bar to the ice bar, so it's there's a room where you go in, and it's nothing but ice and I went in that room shirtless and drank. No, but you were walking around the I mean this was just hilarious. Now I think about it was it was our whole cast and crew and we were all partying. I don't know if it was a rap thing or whatever, but all of a sudden I look over and Don was drunk enough so that he was like having animated discussions without his shirt on in the bar. You remember that. Noughties, stupid things, and my then girlfriend now wife showed up to surprise me, and I was acting a fool the bar. And it ends Oh. Yeah, it's such a good story. I I don't know if you ask Casey if we can have permission Mabel tail on a leader episode. Yeah, Alaska Yeah in the meantime, just know that dial got in trouble and also had insured Oh. Oh. My, GOSH Time Donald got in trouble. That's like if there's a lot that happened a lot I said I'm saying every every episode he. took off. Said part of your when Donald would. Cloth and then if he got to the next level drunk, he'd leave angrily and like sometimes you have angrily with no shirt on, yeah! Right, Dude that how? Donald Nudist. Right he wants walked home so mad. We won't go into the store. Go into this all of it and say that he walked. We live We both lived at the time in the Hollywood hills, and he wants walked home runs home, no-shirt on from a brea and melrose up into the Hollywood hills like there's no sidewalks. People don't walk while hills. This is where Donald Walk, and he was power walking like arms flying mad naked. But I was mad. You, really met. Some. Term of these stories we have to censor. Should we get into the episode? Totally get into. I just wanted to say the first thing that I noticed is that Donald CPR at forty eight seconds is. Would not bring anyone back to life, but I just want to say something a real human being I'm not. Asia out that I know I. Want to tell the audience that it's a tricky thing to give fake CPR. Because if you do CPR for real, you can kill someone so when you watch horrible TV and movie CPR. Sometimes like this but I just wanted to say that I thought you did a particularly bad job. Thank you very much. Thank you? Wasn't real. Jd! There at the time on set to approve the former prime sure, but if you look at if you look at fake cpr all throughout medical TV shows, there's different techniques. And some people just like completely bend their elbows, so none of the pressure goes down on the person's sternum I don't know what Donald's doing here, but I just maybe J.. D. had an emergency. Maybe! He was hung over from the power walking. Yeah. I, don't I. DON'T I don't know why. This is a highlight of this podcast today. We. I'm just saying. Buddy I'm just saying the next time you do PR and one of your projects. You know you can do better. I believe in you are okay. Let's talk about the Holy Inferiority Complex Batman. This is one of some people's favourite. wrote down when I saw that. What one man Robin Starsky and Hutch Hanin Chewy Hand Luke? Turkey and J. D.. Or you're putting up there I'm saying we are ultimate ultimate dynamic duo. I wanted to say that there are certain things that come up all the time in scrubs fan, favourite things they send us gifts, or they sent or I see them on on the interwebs, and this episode has a few of them actually, but that this Batman Holy Infinity Inferiority, complex. Is is one of them. I think it's great. Because then they bumped huge. At least you're not Alfred and then you're kick. That was my best Adam West impersonation ever to don't think I could ever like people like Tokyo, diamond? Adam, west impersonation was better than my Neil. It clearly worse, Robin Young. Your your is so funny. I just haven't frozen on one seventeen and I know that like we weren't. We weren't allowed to do the exact costume again. Because it's parody has to have a little twist on it, but it sure masks so funny. It's like Mardi Gras like Mardi Gras. was. It's like Martin. Because those were the days to whenever we had to do. Like a the SCRUBS, fantasies, or whatever we like always doing. Fantasy and everybody would run down from their dressing rooms and come see everybody. Do the the costumes and the fantasies and I'd be like. You, actually Judy I one thing I wanted to get here. One thing I noticed Judy at three twenty three you you i. mean correct me. If I'm wrong, you weren't. Often in the fantasies. This is one because because I don't know why we can talk about that, but this was one of the early times where you were in there doing that. Throwing stars thing and I'll tell you because I was also listening to when I was listening to the bill podcast I. Remember how you know. Bill always warned us not to go and talk to him about including now. Because he would get phase on. Of talking to him about Shit like that, it would be like you know He would always let me know this your carry. Be carrying the GRAVITAS. And I was like I'm funny got damn. Worried about like. How do I talk to this man about the fact that I'm funny and I want like a fantasy, and you know I. WanNa more jokes and shit you know, and the those would be like, and I would literally sometimes be in my dressing room like try not to cry because I'm about to confront bill. Wanting more another joke or wedding, this or wanting that because I wouldn't WanNa be phase on or some shit. What would you? Would you give yourself a bit of a pep talk and my God? Yeah, and I would like cry in my room before you know it'd be pulling like an Elliott in my room. Yeah, I'd freak out you know, and was he receptive? He was received. I think I have no idea what his reasoning was but I, but it sounds like just from hearing you recount that. That Carla was always the the base of the reality, and and the Gravitas in the drama, so he didn't want her going into being too silly. But it's funny in this episode. You do have some funny as Shit I think totally. I like the Ninja stuff. That was funny. Very Fun walking in with your girlfriend, laughing and everything and then getting caught out. which left. Now I was GONNA say. I didn't recall to be I. Don't recall a lot of I. Say this. Every podcast I don't recall a lot of. SCRUBS when watching it? But I didn't recall that you. An Elliott had such a rocky start. I always thought that you guys had a great relationship but I.

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"fifteen minute" Discussed on Fake Doctors Real Friends with Zach and Donald

Fake Doctors Real Friends with Zach and Donald

02:09 min | 1 year ago

"fifteen minute" Discussed on Fake Doctors Real Friends with Zach and Donald

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"fifteen minute" Discussed on Fake Doctors Real Friends with Zach and Donald

Fake Doctors Real Friends with Zach and Donald

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"fifteen minute" Discussed on Fake Doctors Real Friends with Zach and Donald

"Called flashback a series of stories of unintended consequences. Listen to flashback on the iheartradio APP apple podcasts. Or wherever you get your podcasts holy cow I got so many things to say. I got so many things to say. I'm so excited about this episode. Zak Yeah you have no idea this episode. This is a very good episode by the way Judy came for a good one. Yeah not only. Is it a big episode? But this listen man. I feel like I didn't know what I had when I had it. You know what I mean. Colin Turk Carlynn Turk. Oh my gosh. Oh my gosh you WanNa talk about good relationship on television and you WanNa talk about a relationship especially at the time that we were filming it. I really needed a relationship like that. Granted my dreams. He lives in the same house as me. She's downstairs right now watching our children. But when I think of Turk and Carla I think of Karla and Youtube Judy as I can acts of mine even though it was just work even though we were working together. It's like I have so many fond memories and I ruined it and I spoiled it by the show going off the air and then we were no longer together and I don't see her anymore. When you see judy now. Do you have the argument? Vapors as Biz Markie said. I caught the vapors when I'm watching scrubs now I'm like oh my gosh. She's so fine. What was I thinking? What did I do? How let that go? That's Okay Carla. Always knew it have to do to get this guy to see what he has always always and she always said it right. Carl away says only. When is he gonNa love.

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"fifteen minute" Discussed on Ellen on the Go

Ellen on the Go

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"fifteen minute" Discussed on Ellen on the Go

"Tree up yet. No, no. I'm really behind the eight ball this year. Why just Just. Yeah. yeah. Used Usually. by usually by the first of December. It's it's there. And then the whole you're outside of how you do so many is that done. Okay. Because that's really took me five days straight to do that. Did I know nothing at all? But it's so tastefully done. It looks beautiful first of all Jenner ni-, our friends, but we never see each other. We only FaceTime because I never I'd only the house. You don't actually true. Thank god. What would we do without FaceTime? I'd never see. You never would there's there's she's so social and does so many things and always has people over and you're a great host. And never you. Never. It's a fifteen minute drive. It's. It's a fifteen minute drive will ninety street ninety. Yeah. It's so true yet or get you to come back from a north. Yeah. Why would I want to be here when it can be up nor and you could be up north? Yeah. With wish in the in the dogs and the horses and the in the ocean. Why would I want to be here because you love I do love you. I'm staying in town for you this weekend. I'll see this weekend. So your sh we won't tell anyone that. So your birthday is coming up a big one you're going to be fifty what? Yeah. You look fantastic. You should be..

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"fifteen minute" Discussed on Larry Wilmore: Black on the Air

Larry Wilmore: Black on the Air

04:57 min | 2 years ago

"fifteen minute" Discussed on Larry Wilmore: Black on the Air

"Or would did you approach them say, look, I really wanna save hurts me. Oh, great face. So and I think it was something that I always wanted to do. There's like certain bucket lists things. I'm and speaking and writing speeches has was like something that was really terrifying for me, the difference in speaking just from your heart and just speaking and actually writing something and collecting your thoughts into that. And not a character. But just you is no small task. And it's not for the faint of heart. They say, it's one of the most terrifying things. It's really. Yeah. It's public speaking. But then also what you're. To say this. It's like so it started writing. And speaking it's the lead up to the speaking fucking nightmare. My God, you know, every day of my life, really really intense. So I started when I went out camping campaigning for Obama to doesn't seven writing speeches, and I've never been more like a mess and Iraq and. Imagine like how long were your speech because that's that's the part. That's intimidating to me. Like we want to give a fifteen minutes fifteen minute. He pages are long fifteen minutes. Three minutes. Exactly talking agree. So it dependent. But like, I didn't know what I was doing. So I just I would literally toil and right and toil and I am not an experienced trained writer who spent my years in high school like being somebody who's like a writer. You know, what I mean that was not the fake typing on my on my shoulder right here. I'm around. Hey, this was. Did you get my? Like, no, I wasn't that person. Right. I'm I was a performer like that person. And I tell good stories and all that. But that's very different your actual speaking voice is so different than your writing voice to actually write something. That sounds the way you talk is like an insane task very well put I've never heard anyone say like that. It's totally different like just transcribe it. No, it looks like garbage. You're like, you don't know how to spell or do grammar like the way you actually talk would people understand their your face on the page is a nightmare so formality to a certain type of formality. But if he's fine, it's speechifying. And but I'm so intrigued by language because I'm so intrigued with connection, and I'm so intrigued with how you effectively express what is in your heart, and in your mind in a way that people. Actually hear what you mean. Yes. That is amazing huge task. And then not only that they're going to hear what you mean. But feel the way you mean it so that task in and of itself is something that honestly since two thousand seven I've been struggling with and trying to learn how to do end intention. Oh my God. Is really a lot. And you know, you start by saying I like this is what I feel. So you say you don't say other like trying to scribe it through. How you feel it right? Cut to the tedtalk. Yes, something I had always wanted to do. But then I get there into this position where I'm going to do a Ted talk and the idea of what they wanted versus what I wanted to say had a little bit of conflict. Okay. What was that? They wanted funny interest on. And I understand that. It's and they didn't it's not that they think they were banking on it in the context of all the other people that were there. She's funny. She will give us that thing to lighten things. But what was fascinating. And a first for me is I had done a Ted style. Talk for the glamour women of the year earlier in the year that went viral unexpectedly because I really thought it was going to be stupid, and nobody was going to care about it. And I in that really spoke about my own story. I remember that. My life is mine, and I really talked about it from using an honest place about the experience that I'm in at this point in my career playing a mother who had just birthed out her fifth kid being single and not having had any for so many people. Well, any and people who it identified seem to identify with it what it had nothing to do with child or marriage, but about owning your own life in your experience. So that I had gotten to a certain place on writing from my heart. Right..

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"fifteen minute" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"fifteen minute" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"And these hours. And you cannot call me during that time if they violate. It is considered a coal to work. Even though they're not calling your office line. They can't call you during those work hours. It's important that you tell them. I you say listen, I can't get calls one. I'm working personal calls after you work in a casino you work somewhere where there's a controlled environment. Maybe just company policy. You know, you can't take calls during work hours. You get to fifteen minute breaks lunch break. Handle your business. During those times symbols that either way just let them know. You can't do anything call you again. Violation of the fair debt collection Practices Act that is. A a an act that has a similar policy fee, shifting provision. So if they break it again. Off to law officer one of the other law firms that we refer cases out too. And and they will turn around and sue, and those fees, whatever whatever time and cost is involved. Those fees are passed along to the collection agency that violates. Bottom of the hour. Eric FOX is going to be here from the cogburn law office that a bunch of different things to chat about with him before. I I get down there. I wanna talk quickly for two two and a half minutes whenever I have about student loan debt. There is an issue with a company called the national collegiate trust that you may have heard me speak.

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"fifteen minute" Discussed on Binge Mode

Binge Mode

04:21 min | 3 years ago

"fifteen minute" Discussed on Binge Mode

"Memory charm backfired hit him instead of us hasn't got a clue who he is or where he is or who we are i told him wait here he's a danger to himself hello i'll sort of place this isn't it do you live in they do not no we're leaving now fox six tail feathers they grab a hold and he pulls them up the pipe to galleons office chapter eighteen dhabi's reward maganga is described as taking quote great steadying gasps clutching her chest of course she's so relieved that her seekers alive god oh my god i had him to catch the snitch in the fifteen minute off mr mrs weasley who thought their daughter was dead or also there and they're obviously overjoyed extremely emotional who else is there dumbledore back from suspension just in time by just in time we mean after everything has happened beaming harry after harry's triumph with huge from fox in the chamber harry has something to reveal to dumbledore and this is a neat little reversal harry's the one sharing the information dumbledore is on the one hand actually genuinely asking what happened here what can you tell me and also he sees that the thing that harry is holding back is genie's role in this and he wants to provide some cover for harry genia like and he says what interests me most is how lord voldemort managed to enchant ginny when my sources tell me he is currently in hiding in the far savell beena where were those sources when he was hiding literally all my guy come on alas dumbledore is like voldemort a mysterious figure holding back secrets layers of secrets and he seems at times because of that lack of concrete information about him he seems at times all knowing and his great power pulsing beneath this stoic demeanor makes him seem full of possibilities full of powerful of knowledge for most of the story we only get hints of his abilities those hints come in the form of the way haggard and dhabi in many speak about in the reverence with which they speak about in the way rolling describes his is is conglomerate powerfully and so we in harry can't help but perk up whenever he says anything at all and it is quite surprising to hear him speak so openly of the things he does not know it was the diary harry tells him dumbledore brilliant of course he was probably the most brilliant student what's seen that's an incredible statement and considering the thirty and standing of the person saying it very sobering as well yes and consider also how that moment dumbledore receiving the diary receiving this information is described quote dumbledore took the diary from harry peered keenly down his long crooked nose at its burnt and saggy pages we can tell the thing that dumbledore is holding in his hands has great significance to him this is a reveal for dumbledore moment when he needs to study to inspect and think about what he's seeing think about what dots he is starting to connect in his mind what he's observing and realizing here will inform so much of what he understands where we'll come to understand about volt amores hor crooks plan and in turn informed so much about the course that dumbledore sets harry on mr weasley obviously is not thinking about four cox's here or he doesn't know anything about them but he is still flabbergasted by the diary into jeannie he says having i taught you anything what have i always told you never trust anything that can think for itself if you can't see where keeps its brain that line even though it comes from someone who doesn't know about the hor cox's still carries weight because it it further trains us to think about the diary to think about this tool this proxy of lord voldemort as a being dumbledore reveals more of what he knows about tom riddle very few people knew the mood was once called toda myself fifty s goud hogwarts disappeared after leaving the school why is it that very few people know this information by the way really good question wouldn't sharing this be helpful in the fight against voldemort and his kind of evil is evil bread from ambition and bigotry and nurtured in these halls of magical power here gin dumbledore sharing the absolute bare minimum of what he knows and then he changes the subject hey guys let's have a feast special awards the.

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"fifteen minute" Discussed on College Info Geek

College Info Geek

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"fifteen minute" Discussed on College Info Geek

"So this is the thing the fifteen minute rule when you get stuck on a problem try to work on for fifteen more minutes and while you're working on it for those fifteen minutes document the problem from the perspective of somebody else who's going to help you so write down what you tried that didn't work right down exactly where you're stuck then go get help if you can't solve it after fifteen more minutes because you know you don't want to be wasting your entire day stuck on something yeah it's balance again but when you do this number one you are getting past that initial paralysis that initial fear of screwing something up and you may solve the problem and you're also looking at it from a different perspective which will also potentially help you solve the problem and you won't waste the time in incur the wrath of the employer who will eventually fire you and make you feel like your life is over yeah yeah footnote my life was not over actually ended up not dying that day but it was pretty awful getting fired well now that i know that there's that that black mark on your resume i'm going to have to let you go from the collagen folksy podcast yeah what are you gonna do actually because it happened every video i've ever made every podcast i've ever been a part of it's all actually wrong yes this is a coup this is my now done i wonder i wonder how you would do on your own i wonder how i would do how would i wonder how the public would respond to a literal coup of like like everybody would know be really funny would they just be like this is just as good or would they be like but we know what you did.

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