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"iria" Discussed on Metal Mantra Podcast
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"iria" Discussed on Metal Mantra Podcast
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"iria" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
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"iria" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"And discuss your health Menzel with Dr Katie Thompson. Alright, I'm Tim Lance, along with Dr Katie here today and we have been talking about bacteria and there are different things that can be done to help improve the situation. I know to the medications are a part of this process, right? They certainly are. So it's important for me to understand the cause of the knocked Syria for an individual before we start pursuing treatment options, So let's talk a little bit about that low volume void because that's what Urologist traditionally will see And I'm a specialist in both sexual disorders as well as complex urinary disorders. I see a lot of patients with complex urinary disorders. And so if a man comes in with prostate enlargement, and we've really better understood that that might be the cause of the nighttime urination, then we might try some initial medications to see if we can open up that prostate area open up the urine channel so that Patient can void more completely. And I start with an Alfa blocker. That's an Alfa one blocker. Those agents target that dynamic component of the bladder, and they reduce several prostate enlargement symptoms. We call that BPH, benign prostate hyperplasia. They target several of these symptoms. So we do see reductions in nighttime urination. And with that awful blockers, that is, um, but it's not consistent, and so some patients may not respond well to that medication. We could move on a combination medical therapy. So for men who are a little bit older and has Large prostates. We might add a five alpha reductase inhibitor that can shrink the prostate. And that may help occasionally with nighttime urination. But take several months to see an improvement in symptoms for those two medications together. Well, we know that knocked Iria actually, Khun B really kind of debilitating disorder,.
"iria" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"And discuss your health men's health with Dr Katie Thompson. Alright, I'm Tim Lance, along with Dr Katie here today and we have been talking about bacteria and there are different things that can be done to help improve the situation. I know to the medications are a part of this process, right? They certainly are. And so it's important for me to understand the cause of the knocked Syria for an individual before we start pursuing treatment options. So let's talk a little bit about that low volume void because that's what urologist traditionally will see. And I'm a specialist. Both sexual disorders as well as complex urinary disorders. I see a lot of patients with complex urinary disorders. And so if a man comes in with Prostate enlargement, and we really better understood that that might be the cause of the nighttime urination. Then we might try some initial medications to see if we can open up that prostate area open up the urine channel so that Patient can avoid more completely. And I start with an Alfa blocker. That's an Alfa one blocker. Those agents target that dynamic component of the bladder, and they reduce several prostate enlargement symptoms. We call that BPH benign prostate hyperplasia. They target several of these symptoms. Um, so we do see reductions in nighttime urination. And with that awful blockers that isthe, um, but it's not consistent, and so some patients may not respond well to that medication. We could move on a combination medical therapy. So for men who are a little bit older and has Large prostates. We might add a five alpha reductase inhibitor that can shrink the prostate. And that may help occasionally with nighttime urination. But take several months to see an improvement in symptoms for those two medications together. Well, we know that knocked Iria actually, Khun B really kind of debilitating disorder,.
"iria" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"I'm board certified. Thank you, Ford. I'm just bored. I'm bored. I'm bored of you. You know what's going on? You know, it's gonna wake us up today. You have such a sultry voice means everything that you know what I needed when the self introduce themselves right on the microphone up reason. Why does it shows to hear his own sexy? So so? So? So, today we have a guest. I'll tell you, I'm his urologist on He's my dentist HIPPA. So our fingers have been in places with each other. That is, like, you know, I'm saying I was wondering what are the name of our rock band would be And I was thinking I was thinking you was in mouths. I don't know if that's okay to say that that was that was way believe that so then it should be facial holes on DH sexual organs. Wow, the rock band there. Event. Every guy and Austin just covered his child's ears since Motley crew was taken. Dr Kerr is a dentist, and he is our partner with his company called Better Sleep, Austin. So there's a lot of overlap between how people sleep obstructive sleep apnea neurology, and we talk about that on the radio quite a bit because we want to prepare our patients that come to see us that when they come to see us for a wide variety of your logic concerns that sometimes we may pop this question of how are you sleeping, which I think so. Oozing. I just love working with you guys take a holistic approach, helping the human being, You know, get down the road and do it. Health enjoy their health. It's great to work with you guys. So you know what surprises me even though we spend 1/3 of our day, In fact, in this activity, called sleeping. People are sometimes surprised that The quality of our sleep can affect our health. That's where I end up spending a lot of time trying to convince patients that these questions that we're asking you or this kind of avenue that we're exploring, really has an important impact very much. So, in fact, especially from a urology standpoint, I just read a research article recently saying that b p H er, benign prostate hyperplasia is also associated with obstructive sleep at me. Also, women's sexual issues men's sexual issues, not Terry. You know, just waking up and using the restroom a whole lot throughout the night. All plays into a part of poor sleep Or maybe obstructive sleep, You know, watching a dentist tryto use a complex medical work because almost like watching a dog find use remote. That's think they Moeller tongue was like seeing an orthopedic surgeon tried it dreaded pronounce a complicated and a body, so I had to slow down. So if you were going to give me advice on how to couch what obstructive sleep apnea is to a patient. Maybe you could use the words that you use when you're talking to patients. It's we need to bring a Rh from the outside of the body inside the body, and we have a couple of holes to be able to do that. We are nose in our matter again, or are you exactly? In both of these could be obstructed, just like a river could be obstructed with a bunch of, you know, sticks or rocks or anything like that. So the job of the body is to try to remove that obstruction. Unfortunately, we just don't have the capacity to do that either were overweight or structurally like our mouths are just too small on our tongues actually slipping into the back of our throats. It's very important to try to remove that obstruction so we could just breathe freely and normally and then, that way, the body is not worried about choking itself. It can start worrying about things that are more important. I'm not more important but things that we could. They could add to our life like sexual health, or even just sleeping appropriately. You've hit on two very important points. The first point our bodies really only have so much functional capacity. If you're struggling to breathe at night, and to oxygenate your body is going to take away. Important resource is from other functions. Oh, yeah, That's only going to focus on that because it wants to make sure your brain's gonna totally and the way now describe sleep apnea to a lot of my patients almost like kind of getting a little bit choked all night. And so if your oxygenation supposed to be 100% and your 80% on some people like smiling, I was probably going to say something that worries you. Episode Land Mines across this whole thing is a little bit of choking. And so that little bit of choking leads to met. The oxygenation leads to a number of issues. The overlap with urology, Phil in the ones that I don't mention knocked Iria Polly area, which is you make a lot of urine at night. Have to get up in P. Frequently. We see a lot of overlap with with low testosterone and fatigue. What are some other ones? Well, in just further on we're seeing I know that you talked about it being a neurologic issue. But, you know, we're seeing high blood pressure were seeing inability to maintain weight, which again all So feeds back into sexual dysfunction or Polly area are not, Terry. I mean, all these things were just, you know, we're one full organism. And so Yeah, I think you're right on the nose right there. Where? I think we did see something. Yeah, I think we're starting to start wrong growth, right, so dysfunctional growth of the of Our body systems happens when we're not breathing appropriately and so, and we see that in the sexual organs as well. It's like an adaptive system. Totally where I think we are in medicine is a lot of the patients. I'm seeing. Are aware they have sleep apnea or maybe if even been tested. But they hate that seat. And maybe you could explain to us why people dislike the C pap. And maybe even although we're not going to kind of focus on the C Pap what has changed about that technology over the last? Yeah. So If you can imagine it's you having something strapped to your to your nose, Essentially and and so while you're sleeping, having something strapped to your faces just uncomfortable and what it's doing is providing positive pressure. Into the airway to move that obstructive tissue out of the way and help that river flow straight. Yeah, it's I mean, I say we're blowing up their way kind of like a balloon right?.
Military chief of UNs most dangerous mission, in Mali, confident progress can be made
"The U._N.. Mission in Mali Minnesota is one of the toughest U._N.. Peacekeeping Operations in the world peacekeepers stationed there have sustained severe and regular casualties from the activities of armed groups in the north of the country and many civilians of born the brunt of instability which includes deadly into ethnic clashes the full commander of municipal is the Swedish General Dennis Yudin spoarer. He has an extensive background in international national peace operations notably in Bosnia Herzegovina Sudan and Afghanistan Ben Mailer from you. A news asked General Yoon spoarer to outline why the U._N.. Must maintain its presence in Mali first of all the U._N.. When Mission Imola is important not just from all not just for the region but it has implications for other parts of the world so it's a conflict that should do concern a lot of other countries and we see that manifest itself in the huge commitment <hes> in the force with some fifty five nations being dedicated to make a difference and second part is that is a very challenging mission that has <hes> threats that seldom come to to U._N.? Mission we have I._D.. Threats we have other ESA metric threats that makes it a difficult <hes> operation. It's serious in the sense that <hes> it defects population ocean at the end of the day the mall populations are the victims every day and in particular in the central region. We have a lot of attacks against civilians we see. The <hes> women receive children being attacked <hes> on on different <hes> in different locations and this is an environment that is unacceptable and we will do everything we can to to mitigate these threats. Somebody has described U._N.. Mission in Mali as probably the most dangerous peacekeeping mission in the world. What would you say to that? What is your view on that while I haven't found a comparison but it is <hes> <hes> it is a difficult mission and sadly we have had too many fatalities in the mission the way forward is to stay firm to stay proactive and to adjust to the threat environment and eh be unpredictable with regards to to these <hes> groups on groups that <hes> challenge security we will continue to do so we are determined and we are focused on our mandate? What is the greatest need for you who and the troops in Mali to be able to succeed against this violent forces in the country particularly in the north to make progress at the most important part for the country's a whole <hes> and also to ensure <unk> security is to to make sure that the government extend its authority throughout the country being pressed sent the providing social services including security that will be the best way to bring the country? Ah Back to peace and stability we will be there s a facilitator supporter but the government is too key actress for people who may not have the map of Mali. Can you describe how broad. Road how wide how big the country's because you mention govern presence in many parts is probably lacking describe how large and Iria covered in why that is challenged well. It's a large which country and <hes> it's some fourteen million people in the country comparing it to other countries <hes> in particular juror most of them would be divorced by by the size of the mall moving from Bamako grow up to the north where we have stationed take some three hours of flying and that's not at all at a very north of the country so it's a huge area to cover some parts of debt. Ah Danced in the central region southern part but in the north <hes> there are the people that live there are dispersed small villages and they are spread out throughout this vast area yeah. It's not just the U._N.. Peacekeeping mission that is active in Mali varies also the French counter-terrorism abrasion going on in Mali and we also have the G. Five Sahel joint force how how do you as force commander for the U._N.. Mission combined with all these other elements. Are there too many chiefs too many actors making things complicated how you manage well <hes> at the end of the day we all the have shared the same aspiration and bringing peace and security to molly we have different mandates and we have different reporting chains but on the ground we share this aspirational moving. Living things practically on the ground so I say with great determination that the corporation works very well be meet we discussed we exchange information on a daily basis on different operations. We will have to continue to do this even more in the future but I'm very pleased with a corporation that <hes> that we enjoy and it's a necessity to have different different <hes> missions because we have so different mandates the situation in Libya. A lot of people believe that is what has led down south to the deteriorating situation in Mali. How much is the situation in Mali affected by instability insecurity up north in leader aid? It's difficult to say to what extent but <hes> there is. <hes> correlation what happens in northern Africa Libya impacts <hes> molly as much as impacts the neighboring countries so molly and we will have to continue to monitor development there in order to better understand how security threats toward security will develop in the coming in coming months. If somebody's feeling hopeless thinking that the situation in Molly's just worse how would you as false command. Give them hope to tell them that you can see light at the end of the tunnel. What signs do you see? I see some very promising signs and I would like to emphasize the government's commitment now stepping forward realizing the urgency and the need.
"iria" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed
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How Hazardous Is Peeing in the Pool?
"This episode is brought to you by the Capital, One saver card, earn four percent cashback on dining and entertainment. Two percent at grocery stores and one percent on all other purchases. Now when you go out you cash in what's in your wallet terms apply. Welcome to brainstorm a production of I heart radio. Hey, brain stuff. Lauren Bogle bomb here with summer fast approaching here in the United States. We need to talk about swimming pools, and the dirty secret of swimmers peeing in the pool. It's not just gross, according to the American Chemical Society, it's bad for our health research has shown that there are about thirty two eighty milliliters of urine per person in public pools. That's about one to three ounces or about a shot glass full per person to counteract the urine, and other stuff that winds up in the water like sweat Slava dirt, end, traces of fecal matter. We add chemical disinfectants to keep pools clear and clean and keep us from picking up bugs like salmonella and E clai and those disinfectants are doing their job. But unfortunately that's not all they're doing those disinfectants can react with urine, sweat hair, and body care products and other organic matter that winds up in pools and create what researchers call disinfection byproducts or db peas these byproducts can cause serious. Health concerns, especially for professional swimmers, and people who work around pools, chronic inhalation of db peas can cause respiratory problems, such as asthma, and are the main reason for the red burning eyes, you may experience in the pool. And the number one culprit is you guessed it urine, which causes half of the db peas found in pools in the air around them. Urine contains Iria a chemical that reacts with chlorine to form. Trichloride mean the compound that makes a pool smell, like a pool. You'll never enjoy that smell again, it's also the one to blame for I burn and respiratory issues a real problem for competitive swimmers who spent so much time in the water, but cutting down on db peas tough since you're getting in the pool is something almost everyone does. It's just easier than getting out to take a leak and people mistakenly think the chlorine will just take care of it even Olympic swimmer, Michael, Phelps, and Ryan locked e joke about their pool ping, Ernest Blatch Lee, and environmental engineer at Purdue University said in an article in chemical and engineering news. High profile. Swimmers have a real opportunity to take position of leadership. And responsibility, the best thing that swimmers could do to improve the swimming environment for themselves. And for everybody else who uses the pool is to practice. Commonsense hygiene, that means I taking a shower before getting into the pool to rinse off much of the dirt sweat, and lotion, our bodies carry around and second, but most important, don't pee in the pool. But what about the ocean fish p there? So why not humans right? Well, you're in luck. It's absolutely okay to swim and p with the fishes. Today's episode was written by Karen, Kirkpatrick, and produced by Tyler claim brain stuff is a production of iheartradio's, how stuff works for more on this, and lots of other sort of gross, but important topics. Visit our home planet. How stuff works dot com and for more podcasts, my heart radio. Visit the iheartradio app, apple podcasts or wherever you listen to your favorite shows. Hi, I'm Chelsea handler. And I'm launching a brand new podcast with iheartradio called life will be the death of me. And I'm gonna talk to all these different people, my BFF Mary McCormack. That's what we should call. My book tour the apology, or great idea. Sorry. Everyone on this whole podcast should be called. It should be called with the orange because of the orange theme of the book Archie. Glad I went to therapy. Life will be the death of me with Chelsea handler. Listen and subscribe at apple podcasts or wherever you listen to podcasts.
"iria" Discussed on The Short Porch
"I guess. But. Yeah. Yeah. Okay. Yeah. Which is wrong. But like, I think my of comparison was a lot that are it's like there's. People in the hundred and fifty eight class wherever it is. Our could kill me. Fuck the big league idiots that was that was probably a Red Sox fan that just made that tweet for them. I don't know. Can we please get hit? We're running runners and score vision against Alex Cobb on Thursday what he said. Now, I don't know. It's just went two out of three is this you eating strutting arts. Probably a. Good enough to start. Yeah. I never thought it ever see him in the big leagues. I always thought he'd be blocked. But here we are. It'd be like the second guy in a trade. Oh, it just like a not a throw. And he's a good players. I never be spot for him. Iria Jesus Christ sky's falling. We we're allowed to be mad. But my I'm not even the panic on. It isn't even my room right now. I lost it. I gotta go find gonna find in a month or two if I if I need to but you can use be mad two and four it's fine loss to the Tigers. Oriels what starts okay to be met dough caving that. That's that's where he got all this. I hope anything we said made sense because we're basically screaming. Portugal. See him on the late. This is John sterling you've been listening to short porch. Byproduct of barstool sports..
"iria" Discussed on Dr. Drew After Dark
"No. I think so why why just ran up to the ones of play the brother and sister in event. I scared them do. I'd freak out cash cash. I would lose my fucking mind. There's a lot of there is there is a lot of women. But like someone like Angelina Jolie, I would freak out on. But I also don't wanna think from hitting on her. I get that. I would want to write freak out on the rock like freak Alba. And know that he's comfortable with me freaking. Yes. Yes. You would. He would not have a boundary problem. Oh, yeah. I I have. I'm the person that has to say about around. Did you see the Michael Jackson thing? The and. I'm curious to see how this shakes down with the internet. Look, I don't I don't think we all knew he was fucking kids. The onus is on us. We all we all knew he was had inappropriate relationship of kids. We didn't know. And now in you, see it, you're like, whoa. I didn't I see through these classes. He's holding hands with a child. Yes. Never held hands with childhood. I have two of them. I know like, yeah. And and then to hear these kids stories Iria, go fuck this guy. But I was never a fan. I was never like a huge fan of Michael Jackson's. I liked his music as much as the next guy. But I wasn't like, but you see these people defending him. And then you see the way they're taking down our Kelly, and you're like, it should be the same for our Kelly as Michael Jackson as Harvey Weinstein there across the board their Saulters, I don't like bullies. And I don't like conversation. So I can very easily fall into the fucking. I always wonder how I didn't get molested. I'm I do not like confrontation. So when these kids. Say that like they're just excited to be around a celebrity mom, let me spend night in his bed. I can totally myself in that situation with your kids. What not with no not me? And with those kids you as the kid. It's what was what your daddy for living lawyer any mom teacher, and where they are normal family system or something I the theory about jussie smollet, by the way, tell me I think he's gonna come out innocent because because. I think I think he was set up by these two Nigerian guys it's possible. It could be a graft. I think they got him into a situation much like I get myself into where he couldn't get himself out of it. He got he was in it. They're drinking. They're doing drugs partying he's trying. I think he's trying to sleep with them. They're good looking guys there. I think there's actually looks questionable in the videos of themselves combing their hair's in front of a mirror. So like, I think he was there and their trainers and these paying them to be trainers and they worked up Griff. Like, what have we did this man think about this? And he just wasn't saying. No, which is my biggest problem is nothing. No. And then he got in over his head. So as their idea, I think so I think to meet to me, which whoever started at that's a possibility. The thing I think neither whomever was the Genesis of this whole thing contemplated was how the press would go with it. I think that's I think the Nigerians came up with it. Because if I the kid was making a lot of money, and he was really talented actor, and I gotta assume. I'm he n-. I can't imagine..
"iria" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"Despite three health and safety grievances filed after bedbugs were found on the fifth and third floors state court administrator Joe Baxter tells I witness news, they cannot just spray the whole building coding to state regulation. Any exterminator has to win spec. First and only upon finding bugs can then spray. In other words, you can't just come in and carpet bombing entire Iria. The union representing workers at the department of children and families who often go to the fifth floor family court in that building has filed a grievance with the state providence public schools is reportedly looking for possible solutions in case. There's a bus drivers strike reportedly. They haven't come up with a good solution. And if there is a strike families will be responsible for getting their own kids to school Teamsters local two fifty one has threatened to strike over a contract dispute with first student the company that overseas. The school bus operations in providence. The strike could start as soon as tomorrow, the president of the north. Smithfield town council is looking to take back a resolution that asked town departments to stop buying Nike products council. President John Beauregard who introduced the resolution said he opposes the Nike ad campaign. Featuring Colin Kaepernick Hoover guard says is disrespectful to law enforcement at a special meeting on Monday Burghard will ask for the resolution to be rescinded not because he's changed his mind. But because he says there's been so much backlash for the town. A key Republican Senator said she is willing to move ahead with considering Brett Kavanagh's confirmation to the US supreme court, if his accuser will not testify Susan Collins of Maine is considered one of the swing votes that Democrats had hoped might derail the nomination because he's moderate and supports abortion rights. She told a local radio station, though that it would be unfair to cavenaugh if his accuser won't testify a California professor claim. Cavenaugh sexually assaulted her in the nineteen eighties. When they were both teens, President Trump says the worst is not over for flood ravaged South Carolina visiting the state yesterday the president, thanks federal state and local officials for the work. They're doing south and North Carolina. Got a direct hit from hurricane Florence and its aftermath President Trump sites tremendous progress in ongoing negotiations with North Korea on denuclearization gotten.
"iria" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"And you'll have us again. So you'd never need the loses out of this. And so to begin with I'm here with Steve Lenore, we're keeping an eye on Florence who's got forty mile an hour winds right now. But the real issue is just the pounding bands. Feeder bands still coming on shore through Wilmington, Raleigh Fayetteville and so forth. And Steve you've got some road information for us. That's right time. I went right to the source of this the North Carolina department of transportation their website drive in c dot gov. And here's what it says. When you go to that website, big letters travel, extremely hazardous across North Carolina. On all roads, south of US, sixty four and east of I seventy three motorists should not drive in these areas. Then it says farther down conditions are constantly changing. Please check back before you travel big picture, folks. If you don't have to be out in this stuff don't be and if you do have to be for something as legitimate emergency or a a knee. You're out of medicine something like that. Please check the website before you go out because with the flood waters being what they are. Flood waters are still rising, and we'll be for several days something that's open now might be closed tomorrow. One more note. Motorists are advised to not travel on I forty between. I ninety five in Wilmington, and man, that's because of the uncertainty of flooding conditions is what it says right here on the NC dot website. And if you don't heed that advice still be probably meeting up with friends of Pam Walker. She's with North Carolina State emergency response team. Pam. Hi, good evening or good morning. I should say good morning. Well, actually in some parts of the country is still is evening. Okay. All right. Good evening and good morning. So tell me what's the latest status report on electricity. I assume it's not coming back yet. No, we we still have close to seven hundred thousand people without power. Those numbers are going up and down. So it's always it seems like it's over the last couple of days is somewhere in that neighborhood. Now, I wanna point out because people have heard numbers that are up to like a million people, but that's a combined number including South Carolina and North Carolina. When numbers, and so, but but you're sitting with in, you know, you're sitting with a significant number of people in your state that without power. That's right. We we sure are it's and it's it's it's tough all over you guys were just talking about the road. Yeah. And and so the south eastern part of the state moving into the sandhills a central part and even to the west, we're it's just a lot of heavy heavy rain where they are predicting a lot more rain over the next few days. And they said that we could be dealing with this well into next week. Wow. What what's the story on forty? Is. It is it actually closed or is it just just very hazardous. Well, there are parts of forty that that are designated as closed or impassable, it's mostly what you all. We're talking about in between ninety five and. And and the city of Wilmington. So it's it's it's just a low low lying area as you can imagine down near the coast. There is a lot of swamp, and and it's just a low low lying area. What else can I say this stevedore a good morning, if you're east of the Rockies and thank you are. So listen, the North Carolina department sanitation also says on our website, something that's kind of Iria says GPS systems are routing users into areas that NC dot is not recommending for travel. Now, I don't know if you use a GPS when you travel around much, but I know this has happened to me this sends me off into a field somewhere on some back road this one lane. So I wanted to call the people's attention because I know there's been a lot of water rescues and have been several flood deaths. Can you comment on that the aspect of the danger of driving in these areas? Oh, yeah. Most definitely I I've done the same thing. I've. Had GPS take me on onto a, you know, a dirt road somewhere out in the country somewhere, and and and so using GPS during times like this. That's that's a little scary. In fact, we saw one rescue earlier this evening, which was miles away from a river, and we had heard warnings about the river heating, getting.
"iria" Discussed on The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.
"People don't want to be pushed, especially when it's not easy to fix the problem, but just two seconds of apple juice, threes. It was important as is because America outlawed use of of arsenic in our pesticides and our apple trees because we are worried about arsenic in the soil, but also on the apple. And so we got rid of all the arsenic and our apples. That sounds great, right? Except because of that are Apple's got a little more expensive because the other pesticides bit more and other countries therefore did not get rid of their arsenic in their pesticides. So they're apples still add the arsenic and guess where we get our concentrate from the make apple juice, mostly overseas. So people smarter than me figured out that there should be concerned. There started stunning essayist it and we did the same replicated what they've found that turns out the US government results very similar to what we found the cause reports some. Summary of this whole episode. It's pretty indicative of how d be didn't have all the facts, but we, we add them almost all right. And when gets a report article hit, and I finally realized that this is really a much bigger problem that we just didn't own because we didn't have to audit all the food coming into the country. And that's the real pain point. It's not that you have bad people in Washington, trying to hurt us. They realized they can't possibly look at all the food from other countries. And so when we start saying, well, if you're going to do the right thing in America by getting rid of our apples, what about the arsenic that we're not planning on you? Gotta also check for that. And by the way, now they do it, they set standards the companies all the companies I've seen over and over again, companies are generally trying to do the right thing, but you gotta give them the rules to play. This guy just in colour on the show you don't really is one of the biggest. Fake news writers, and I say, I'm not talking about pick news, political bickers. I'm talking about like literally made the whole thing up news and he did it clinic down the martians marshes land, but his the world. But he realized that conservatives are much easier to con- than liberals. So he started writing articles in the last election about Hillary Clinton was stuffing the ballot boxes at Ohio. You should know that just in color is a lifelong democrat. By the way, he's not conservative guy, but the money was with the conservatives. So he went that way. It's all about money and he write these articles. So I had them write articles for me for this is fascinating, two different articles. Let's see what your viewers think. Our listener thing about this. The first article was about a wall beneath the Mexican American wall where a tunnel and all these people walking through it just literally coming with no border control at all. And they all look like from Ethiopia, and because they were with e- it was completely made up article. Yeah, there's no tunnel decides the Lincoln tunnel going into the wall, maybe times not that big a while yet. And there's only the wall and the Mexican Mexican Mexican. They don't look like different THEO p. right. So that's the first one. And we showed that to bunch of women. Then we had another article written about Trump putting this big time climate change activist in jail and not letting in talk to the press rainy body else couldn't even get a lawyer right also made them, yeah. So show that to two groups of women, and then we'll get their brain scans. They're quantitatively Jesus how their brains responded fascinating. So the women who saw who are liberal, who saw the climate change activists in jail, like firecrackers their brain lit up because they're over. This been bothered me so much flip the switch same thing because -servative went psycho over this wall that me realities. How crazily Iria irrational was never done that any of them. But the climate change thing, you know it's okay, right?.
"iria" Discussed on Venture Stories
"You compare, is there him to other smart contracts calls in? How do you think they can eat a computer coexist? I see a world in which we have multiple complementaries smart contract Puerta calls. I think you know, there are fundamental design trade offs that are needed. When you're creating these decentralized networks, are you optimizing poor security are optimizing for high throughput? The list kind of goes on in where I think you're AM has carved out a niche that for me is is compelling in something that is going to be really difficult for it to to be served by just by virtue of its market cap is it is the foreign away the platform to issue native digital assets, and it is the chain where those assets are secured and Lynn. And so I think you know, when you think about. About different smart contract protocols, all coming to market s great kind of blockchain. Two point, three point on projects. I think it's pretty reasonable to expect, for example, computation to be outsourced to something like a definitive, but the ultimate kind of settlement layer happening with the protocol that's hardest to attack. And I think that's where I see Iria playing in quite well. I think first mover bandages in network effects here are pretty huge here as well. You know, if you're going to compete with theorem, you have meaningful differentiation. Incremental changes probably aren't going to cut it at this point. You know, I think he can resolve Murad who said that, you know, if you're not like a tenant improvement over the incumbent than you just kind of don't. Really have a shot just because of how you know sticky network effects in I will revenge is can be, you know, banana lot would be, you know, all the other early competitors to bitcoin just completely died out in faltered. You know, he can you conceive a coin market cap, you know, rankings from three or four years ago in most of the top ten is dead in on. It wasn't really until fearing came along that you know it was maybe the first coined that provided a, you know, metaphorical, ten x improvement. And you know if you're gonna if you're going to usurp heat based on a smart contracts platform than, you know, what are you adding? That's just gonna completely blow everybody away. You know? Sure. Divinity could be interesting as well as some others, but you know, takes a lot of time and energy to build a community build up to acquitted eighty. Yes. So, I mean, I. Definitely following it, but I think it's it's a huge uproar battle. Because you mentioned Murad if Murat or any other sort of Yvette money's Maximus was was here in this conversation, how would you sort of describe the crux of your of your disagreements like at the most like escorts Ables layer mom. So I have, you know, I have a number of unanswered questions about bitcoin that I think are very crucial in terms of determining who's gonna kind of be the winner-take-all if it is a winner-take-all. You know, my my primary question is how will bitcoin be secured without a block word in twenty years from now. At Inc. It's kind of interesting that people tend to attack eat for being inflationary was I mentioned earlier, I don't think anyone is advocating for any inflation more than minimum necessary in on something that the, you know, the bitcoin fat money proponents always point to is the security, the protocol on the low full no costs. And you know how decentralizing is in unite. Kinda tend to agree that as of today in this moment should bitcoin is you know more decentralized, it's more secure, but how much of that relies on the fact that it has severe scaling challenges, which kind of I don't wanna say, refuses to address because obviously there's a lot of great scaling working done by the by various bitcoin teams, but just in case, it's important to know that you know if it, if it's not able to solve those. Challenges than it kind of falls into the same. You know, it falls that you're missing right now? No will bitcoin one day before to change its monetary policy in order to maintain security. The bitcoin supporters, definitely. You know, our our strict in saying that, you know the monetary policy will never change who there will only ever be twenty one million, but you know, just kind of penetrations into like, you know, dilemma sorts is where something has.
"iria" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"It is very unclear what he does, what he seems to have some sort of power over someone or something. There's lots of like confusion as to what he, this is what I know he does. It takes two months to edit the ninja warrior thing because we do that in April of that and we, you know, we almost missed the date in June, and then he wanted like an award because he was putting videos of four in the morning that he was working. I didn't. We didn't do any of the b roll that we wanted to do. That's another thing. Yeah, you know what you guys want. Show secrets. Let's been the wheel. So I don't think that microphone is on. That's fine. There you go. We're just on show secret. There you go show it landed on show secrets. Here's a show secret. So for the ninja warrior thing, we came up with an idea, probably not a good idea, but definitely an idea when we were at ninja warrior, the data we were taping it was via mean and Charlie hanging out there with house. And Allison, was there kind of making sure we didn't get our social to any trouble and we came up with the idea of doing like those backstories that they do for like the, the ninja warrior participants where we were going to tell like tails of why we were there and show like videos of us practicing and me, and a mean actually went out one day after the show for like an hour, we were out it was really hot. We were out there for like an hour and he was like doing warm ups, and he was working out at this muscle beach thing that they have down like ninth and ocean, and he couldn't really do any of the things that we were doing. But it was like it was kind of funny and we had to reshoot things. He was doing things like in a playground, like he was training for real life for the moment. Yeah, yeah. And we, we had him. I got a playground like. Just writing on a swing as if he was training and doing like like stairs or whatever, going up and down the playground, going down the slide like it was ridiculous and it could have been okay. And that was killed because I think it would have been funny. I think he builds because we waited too long to edit though. I think it got killed because it was too much work. I think that's why I got killed while that's quite yeah. I think it's Charlie if you're listening what you're not because no one, seven, eight, six, four, five, six, eight, three, seven to defend yourself. While we have a board full of calls. Landed, you're on seven ninety two ticket. Hey, Billy just letting you know that I'm listening. I know nobody else is, but I am thinking, Landon. I appreciate a love. You have a good day. That was Landon goes Landon good call, ROY. What are you doing in Bristol again away? Let's sorry. Let's see. Well, you can tell us what you're doing. Good. Thank you. I'm having meetings with the heads of Iria media review. You don't want to say important yet? No, I don't want to say right only us yet only of us right now. It'd be nicer to me. So back to wedding, etiquette, ROY? Yes. We talk about Charlie's wedding. 'cause you were invited to Charlie's wedding in Washington? DC does. Right? You're going, which was a huge surprise to me, but who's going with you to this wedding? My wife and child. ROY, once. Hold on, let slow down, does Charlie? No, that your child's coming. Texan, whom the Bellamy's a-coming the settle celebrate the Humes..
"iria" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast
"There's two reasons for one that's going on number one when she had a conversation with all the houseguests when they had her HOA room, reveal which they do not do did not show on the show tonight. She said to everybody, look, I just want you guys to know that I'm going to make nominations based on strategic game play. I don't want anybody to be, but heard about this. It's not personal. It's all game. So she's really. I mean, she doesn't. It seems to me that it's loss on Bailey that half maybe more than half of the big brother game. It's all about the social dynamics of the house. People liking each other and people hating each other and things like that. And she just wants to play like a chess or which of course there is an element to that, but that's not the entire game. And so all of these interpersonal dynamics that she needs to have with other house guests, I think that's really lost on her. The other thing that is happening is remember she is the current head of household. She knows that she just solidified jury and she has a power. She feels utterly invincible right now. And I do think that in part is look, I'm not excusing her mistakes, but I'm trying to explain them that that part wiping sheets making some of the mistakes that she's making talking to people the way she's talking because she just she feels like she's untouchable right now, and that's not necessarily true. Well, another thing is that everyone in the chatter saying Melissa, but she has the power and that's why she is so confident and cheat. She feels that competent because next week she control things. Well, the thing is is that now she's revealed her power. So now they know about it, I mean, yeah, sure. Like Rachel is the one she told us, not like she announced it to the house, but there's somebody who knows that that can be used against her and she can still be nominated after she changes the the after she changes the nominations, the initial nomination they will know, oh, we'll someone change nominations who is that? Oh, Bailey because we know she has this power, then they will then put her on the block in in retaliation. So it really doesn't do her any good to have of your Email veto. It might be as yellow. That's why she doesn't have the power that she believes she has sued, but she's, she's overplaying. She thinks that she has more power than she does. She. I don't think she really understands that that is likely outcome here because the power in her identity theft remember it's called identity theft. For a reason you can steal someone else's identity Nana most there was no, there was nothing that was going to tie her to this. The only person she had sold was Vesey and he up until this point had not told anybody. So if she save. Bessie by using the identity power on, say Angela h. o. h. that's he's not going to say anything. Casey, she did not tell Casey. Casey does not know that has the identity power. The only person that she told was fessing up until the point where she told Rachel and just jumped up point really quick. The reason she told Rachel was in an attempt to assuage your own guilt. I think because she told rates a look. I'm thinking about putting you up his upon Rachel didn't take it very well, but she took it okay. She was okay with it, and it's just a human nature thing to do when you say something shitty to somebody to then want to say, oh, but here let me make it better. And the way she decided to make a better was to reveal her power. Obviously, she realized after the fact that was a dumb thing to do. She was cursing at herself. Why did you do that base shut the f. up. But by that point, the damage has been done and Iria and then Rachel tells Angela, right? What happens after the nomination or well, they didn't show it on the show, but they didn't show it. She immediately after Belan downstairs..
"iria" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190
"Would like to say pretty bad but i it's it's tough it's all of them because i i'm a person i i loved alert and i never you know i do know that i i've never know everything so i'm always looking for new ways to do things which is what you know other people can connect with experts say when when they're researching the market looking for where the opportunity lies you start with things like going to the platform you also you know you look at billow you look at trulia you look at all of these you know sites that are out there as information resources and then you start to see you know one of the things that i do like about zillow outside of you know the vestment i think that gets a little hairy but it's a really good place to look at neighborhood information but house you you know what the average you know homes in that area how fast things are selling it kinda gives you this oh that's hot market coal market warm market type thing you can put a dip coats really start you know honing in on where does the opportunity packets lie based on you know whether iria is going so those are some of the things that you wanna do just online at home at night why before you even get out there and then you know before i even did my first investment i drove away out you know it's like going in a circle and these areas you know invested in dallas has invested atlanta's invest in alabama i mean it's just different places that best and i do the same thing you know the same way of looking for opportunities to know where i really want to put my energy at that time and there's something to be said about looking for trends and i think that's what the zillow red fin some of these other platforms offer is the ability to look for trends and say hey you know what i'm going to use these estimation of prices even if right like even if you are looking at zest ment as sometimes quirky is that can be but i feel like it's generally like it can be a good indicator of hey this is an area that i should be looking at.
"iria" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"You know i know that i i'd never know everything so i'm always looking for two new ways to do things which is what you know other people can connect with that could say when when they're researching the market looking for where the opportunity lies you start with things like going to the platform you also you know you look at billow you look at choya you look at all of these you know sites that are out there and information resources and then you start to see you know one of the things that i do like about zillow outside of the best moment i think that gets a little hairy but it's a really good place to look at neighborhood information but tells you you know what the average homes in that area how fast things are selling it kinda gives you this oh that's the hot market cold marquette warm market type thing you could put a dip coats and really start you know honing in on where does the opportunity packets lie based on you know whether iria is going so those are some of the things that you wanna do just online at home at night what before you even get out there and then you know before i even did my first investment i drove away out you know it's like going in a circle and these areas you know that invested in dallas has invested atlanta's invest in alabama i mean it's just different places that best than i do the same thing you know the same way of looking for opportunities to know where i really want to put my energy at that time and there's something to be said about looking for trends and i think that's what zillow reds fan some of these other platforms offer is he bility to look for trends and say hey you know what i'm going to use these estimates of prices now that's really powerful information because you can now market to a seller and let's assume that you have a contract with a seller and you're able to say okay you know what sonia has a property in atlanta georgia and avi says hey sonya are you willing to take a hundred thousand dollars for this property sonya says yes what do you do next to find that buyer for that deal well you know the key to being a wholesaler is to.