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"matt harding" Discussed on Project Upland Podcast

Project Upland Podcast

08:42 min | 8 months ago

"matt harding" Discussed on Project Upland Podcast

"Then once I start driving obviously started hunting with my buddies and we started getting after it And then I got into I still big game on them. Still passionate big game on right I. Really really enjoy that and we'll talk about maybe how that factored into final rise here in a little bit but. For a couple years I I really got the H. on just big game. Wanted to kill a couple of big deer want to be killed him out and so I just went. Just, head over heels into that. So I stopped doing it for a while and then may say seven or eight years ago started getting back into it and well, yeah. The the bug at me pretty good and that's that's how I spend most of my time now still get after the quite a bit but. So. Yeah. I mean in a nutshell, that's the short and sweet I. Guess of how I got into upland hunting and kind of what started fueling that fire in that lifestyle for me. Yeah that's pretty wild. It's funny I just recorded a podcast last week. It's I haven't put it out yet, but I got into the story a similar story in that I. was the same way before I had my driver's license you know same thing I was the bug bit me and all I wanted to do as being the woods Have a dog at the time we would a couple of my buddies and I would convince basically of one of our parents drop us off at the end of this logging road and the other parent would pick us up a couple of hours later and it's almost mind boggling to me that we convince them to let us do that and. I think about like my son asking me to do the same thing and I just I have no idea what I would say. It's totally different. Did I was that and then you're skipping school ago deer hunt with your buddies and. That was. Man So. Funny. Well fast forward to today if I look at the which I have pulled up next to the homepage of of finalize dot com there's a there's a good looking short hair on the front of that. Is that your dog right now it's one of one of three. That's my old man that's my trying to reload. You're exposed to dogs early you know you had the lab you've got a short hair tell me about the other two what led you down to the dogs that you currently have. Yes. So I have two short hairs and then I have a lab the lab was more of my my wife's dog even though she likes me more. So you think yeah. So All Right But. You know I so reload he'll be I'll keep saying his name he gets all excited. He'll be nine this year. So reload was actually given to me. He was given to me by a close friend who had started a business way buddy. It started a business and it. It really taken off for him. And we were spent some time together and he's like, Oh, I've got this great dog and I don't have anything to do with them and I've been I've been on the fence about getting a dog again you know. But finally finally bit the bullet and him up and he's just been. He's my tried and true my. My main squeeze for sure Isa's been been hell of a dog and obviously fell in love with with short hairs and Recently. Just picked up another one reload like I said he'll be he'll be nine this year. So starting to slow down a little bit, he's a wintered well looking a little but got another pup in the pipeline that'll be he'll be two this year I've had that he had his first season last year and I'm just I like the short hairs I like I don't know why I kinda liked dogs that are a little wild. Like dogs a little amped up at, they're they're not as get in the house but I. Guess they're Kinda just like perhaps a reflection of you and your you. Yes and maybe still today. Would still today still today I think they're pretty good reflection but there are just great dogs. Everyone's got that that I think that breed that speaks to him for the most part in and I enjoyed the short hair. So yeah. Well. Bird dogs I'm just a little bit curious as far as. You get super deep into real structured training, anything like that or are you the kind of guy that just kinda take your dogs hunting and put them out there on wild birds because you have those those resources as fingertips how do you do that? Well, a little bit of both reload reload had prior had was trained prior to meet picking out I'm so I I got super lucky there and chief who is my my youngest pot? I actually had done some some trade work with the gentleman that I got. Him. From and so he went he went down there for one basic session. But I'm a I'm a big believer that birds make the bird dog and I. I feel fortunate that I'm able to hunt man probably sixty plus days a year birds only, and then you know another forty fifty doing doing deer and stuff like that. So I get I, get to go out a lot and I, I live in place I mean we've got pheasants walking through the backyard I've got some homing pigeons here in a couple launchers and Definitely work on steadiness stuff like that being able to make sure that my dogs are working well with others. There's one thing I love about upland hunting. It's going hunting with other people I like going out by myself but got some great friends and I enjoy that camaraderie and I, don't WanNa make my dogs being the ones that are the. rippin birds and not not helping the be successful. So that that pretty simple approach I'm I don't get super super crazy in the training. If I'm being honest I just I feel fortunate to be able to get out of bunch and but on a lot of wild birds. Yeah we'll sixty days. That's I mean that's a lot especially when you compare that to maybe the average hunter. I. Mean. That's not a lot of people are getting out sixty days. That's that's a good piece of work for the dogs and obviously with the wild bird resources there that's GonNa help them along the way. But yeah, you're right I mean they dogs they like a bit of structure and they like to learn like the train. The good ones do at least so good mix there. Absolutely, so mentioned chucker pheasants grouse I mean what if you're going hunting? What are the odds that you're going to be chucker hunting real high or do you mix it up a fair bit? It's usually Pretty High for early season will go. You know we've done some ptarmigan hunting We've got those here in the windows of Utah. ptarmigan do do a little bit grass grouse and You know that that starts September September first for us as I talked about I still am I still do a lot of Big Game I. Think I've got five or six big game hunts this year I'm going on. A lot of deer, a lot of elk and obviously September's prime time for elk here in the western United States. So it's intermittent grouse mixed with a mixed with some help chasing. And then. Usually Idaho I. I live pretty close to Idaho. Go Up there during sharp Chelsea's during the month of October and. Take advantage of some of the flatter stuff get the dogs and a little bit better shape on some of the man people are probably GonNa send me but just they're not as difficult to to get on. There a little more readily available, and then once things start cooling off and there's not as many snakes and different things like that. Basically from middle of October, until February fifteen chucker hot in two days a week. So man that's a that's a lengthy lengthy stretch. That's awesome. Yeah we're we're super lucky checker open the end of September and then yet through February fifteenth. Utah it's the longest season season in the State of Utah I think for Burgeon, general in the western United States. So super fortunate. I know that in the last couple years since I've. Gotten to know more chucker hunters the you know the Travis Warren's in the Matt harding's of the world. Those are usually the guys that are unintentionally just putting the knife in my side and twisting when it's you know January February and I'm covered in snow here and I know I could travel and go out there and with the and they always throw it invites to me and I've one of these years I got to do it, but it's a it's a ways out there but I gotta get after it. You need to man late season Chucker Hatton. One of these of these years. Garrett and I will put our stuff together and we'll get out there and see you. Yeah Bug geared about a multiple times in the past two years. Keep down like dude to show at my house. A Kennel beds y'all you do to show up. Yeah. Yeah, not bad. Well, all right, man. So seven years ago you kind of dove way deep back into offline hunting. Got A got a taste for it when the heck did you start thinking about designing a vast and starting this business that would ultimately become final rise? Oh.

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"matt harding" Discussed on The Bower Show Podcast

The Bower Show Podcast

07:47 min | 11 months ago

"matt harding" Discussed on The Bower Show Podcast

"Do we want to heal Brit healed nylon like they really? Kinda gotTa do some work on the depth of this division by the way that that table spot was battle around because you see how she hit the table like the back of her head if the edge of the table. And I'm like man that's just that was rough all over like that match once brick got hurt. Just Kinda went to like you said like what's the crap and just turn to a train wreck which takes us to our next match here. It's rose defendant. He get secure. She'd for the Awa World Women's World Championship. I'm GonNa Technolo- rose retaining. Yeah because this is g booking on a one because Nyla won the match but then she got the upper hand by putting her through a table although she damn near broke her neck in the process. I'd take. I mean I was just been a beast nickname but she really has been and I don't know if you've built sheet enough to give credibility that you can. She can take her out. saw technology as well next matches. Mgm Taken on jungle. Boy I gotta be honest. I have no idea why this is pay per view match. Just seems very strange think. Mj F is on a different level. Jungle boy right now no disrespect. It just goes on the way that jungle boys been been featured in a w. I'm going to take j after in jungle boy. Yeah but jungle boy took Jericho to the limits. Five months ago well pandemic happened. You can't get out of jungle in the jungles on Lockdown Jeff. So you know But you're right like always to me. I think this might set up. M J F in Ward Logos jungle boy in Lucia source which. I don't think it would be a bad match up because then the sizes matchup a liberal Because you think we'll just source and could he could be wardlow so it kind of balances. The tables a little bit But NJ F is is. You're going to be your star I'm a little surprised that they haven't pulled the trigger on Jeff Moxley yet but it mocks other things we'll get to a little bit but mg after Guy So these were kind of stuck in the Middle Right now because you got the Brodie Lee stuff got Chris Jericho and then you have. Mg F- in like I to me. On William Jesse guys should be pushing so I'll take 'em J. F. To Be Jungle Boy. Jack Perry like Jr Lexus. Insert the man's name every time he gets a chance to say next match here. Is the Casino Ladder Match for future? Awa World Championship match. You Darby Allen Cabana Orange. Cassie Ray Phoenix. Scorpio Sky KIPPS. Avian Frankie Kazarian And Mystery Wrestler All battling now I'm GonNa Take Darby Allen to get the victory here and in regards to the mystery wrestler. Think it's down to three for me. It's Drulak Ramos Stereo or Brian Cage. I'm going to go with the being Brian Cage. Who has been rumored to be signed by? W Yeah in. That rumor happened a while back but he was injured Impact has made no mention of him. We haven't seen anywhere else. I'm going to take Bryan Bryan case. We the mystery person. Msa Brian Cage to win it. Because Darby's had a couple of shots You kind of figure Cager Kinda cut in. Probably as a he'll at first and challenge Moxley so yeah I'll take. I'll take Brian Cage. Should be the surprise person and also win Is it a briefcase? I'd we tried to get chip. Which was interesting. I don't know how small how small this chip is. You can't see it but it's a chip. That's what I'm my understanding. So chip money in the bank briefcase is hard to hold. How the heck are you crabby chip? So it'll be interesting. I'm looking forward to see because I mean maybe the chips the size of football but it was a giant chip you know. Maybe it's a giant Hershey's chocolate chip or something. I don't know a football. The Stadium Stampede match of Matt Harding Elite Hangman. Page Kenny Omega Matinee Jackson Ticket on the inner circle critique OJ Kager Singapore Santana Ortiz. It was nice to the young bucks hangman page back this past Wednesday at done. Reportedly they think maybe match actually broke his rib during his Leap onto the field of in hangman. Page running like a full sprint. Fifty yards down there. I thought it was just funny. I'm GonNa Take Matt Hardy and a lead to get the victory here and part of me just kind of wants to see. This feud come to an end I WANNA see the group against group feud come to an end because really like Kenney had up until like what three weeks ago. Kenny and page were fighting with the bucks. They weren't even with the elite. So this kind of like hey. This shoe shoehorn them. All together By the way that watching Hangman page. Ron Damn near seventy five yards. I thought was maybe the most impressive because the man he had an cardio on own without a gym wherever he was at and so he didn't get blown up running that far. So kudos in for that and the bucks wearing You know their masks thought was kind of nobody else. Had A mask on except the bucks so I think there's been so much time in California But I'm GONNA take I'm going to take a I. Think Circle the inner circle that because I think Jericho and hager kind of need it more than everybody else kind of position for other stuff so I think Jericho cheeses solidify that inner circle still the top group because you have the dark order kind of making waves too so I think Jericho needs a spot back tournament final for the inaugural eight of you. Tnt Championship. You've cody taken on Lance Archer. We had jake the snake Roberts and our Anderson hype up the match this Past one dynamite They nearly get into a fight at at points. Teetered on awkward teetered on being good. I kind of think it felt somewhere in the middle for to legend dinner. Resonate well for me With that said I'm going to take lance archer the inaugural awt champion. Yeah I've gone back and forth because right now you know cody is the number. One ranked a singles competitor like he's number one ranked according to aid ranking so on paper. I'm going cody win. Because this is technically the only belt. He could actually challenge for other than attacking bus. He can't challenge the eighty title because he lost that match Jericho so I'M GONNA take cody Just because he's the executive vice president and he tends to put other people over. But I think you still put a belt on him to kind of solidify spot. Archer can still be a beast without a belt. I think cody kind of needs a win. So I'll take cody all right then. Finally here for the World Championship. You've Jon Moxley defending against Mr Brodie Lee. I'm GonNa Take Jon Moxley retaining the Awa World Championship Dr Trae. What is your prediction? Here on this match. Yes he this when it's it's tricky because Moxley just got the belt not too long ago and then you have. Burt ely come in usually You don't WanNa short-term champion because you're trying to build precision title but you also don't want to shortchange the new guy and in what Dr Orders doing so it is kind of tricky to pick. But I'm with you I'll take moxley retain But it's just the word Brodie Lee. The dark order go if not the champion and diseases few continue because as a winner wrestling they book is coming out of the view and then the last thing I want to talk about in regards to that match Dr Trae is there any flack. We begin a w here. We are third pay per view in a row where it's WWe star former w e. star versus former WBZ star on this one. I'm going to say no. Because they are really trying to make brody Leah Star like they are really giving him a lot of the in Burnley was not a quote unquote major star in W he was a mid card guy. So I'll give him credit for trying to build Brodie Lee up on this one cutting pass but I mean outside of MJ Darby in orange. Cassie so they've built three stars so far in eight months nine months of activity. So just GONNA be cut. If you're hoping there'd be more breakout stars but It does kind of looking at times like the land that ww forgot. Yeah it does and I think that's what kind of impact wrestling and we may be seeing it again here with. Aws on the early onset of the launch will be.

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"matt harding" Discussed on Eat Your Way To A Healthier Life

Eat Your Way To A Healthier Life

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"matt harding" Discussed on Eat Your Way To A Healthier Life

"And we're told if you want to lose weight you gotta eat fewer of with them but if you ever stop to think. What is the Calorie? Well the best way to find out involves getting OUTTA blowtorch. There's anything that we know how to do. Burn things that's Matt Harding's he's a chemistry professor and we're in his lab at American University. He's got the technical definition of a calorie. The Calorie is the amount of heat required to raise the temperature of one gram of water one degree Celsius. But what does that really look like. So what we're going to do is we are going to. Who Burn our food? You Ready. Okay we've not too different foods here a piece of white bread and a handful of little wheat kernels. So I've got my propane torch here that we're GONNA use to start this bread the way it needs to be going all right. Let's do it. We need to measure how much heat each piece of food gives off off. That's for the calorie count from value. See the smoke coming up from in their Louisiana. Look at that flame. That's a lot of smoke. It is a lot of smoke. These things are reacting acting with oxygen or burning And were measuring the amount of energy that comes off when they burn right. It's the same reaction that goes on in our bodies turns out out that white bread we just burned has about the same number of calories as the whole grain wheat kernels. But just because they have the same number of calories. How the calories calories themselves burn if we want to think about it that way how they burn in our bodies is different from one to the next and once you know how this works it just I changed the way you and this episode of Life Kit the lowdown on calories and carbs explain how carbs work in your body and give you some strategies about how to eat them smartly and I promise the answer is not no carb herb?.

"matt harding" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

04:27 min | 1 year ago

"matt harding" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Did it did it did it. I don't know how to stop this. I'll just get into it. This just in breaking news a new the two hundred and fifty five page report on the real world application of blockchain technology has just hit the web and you guys probably didn't even know about it but now you're going to it. It is a really interesting read and we have with us today. Matt harding he is the head of blockchain marketing at zajac mad as a full stack marketing leader. He's gained decades of practical experience working with sas tech clients and now he's in the blockchain industry mystery. He's their marketing dude and he made us aware of this report. They've put out that features insights from a hundred into blockchain leaders. We're gonna talk with mad about it today. You're going to want to download the report matt. Welcome to the the pit of despair known as bad kripo. Thank you very much for having me on like i said forum longtime listener so this is fine yeah so we we did a pretty big report a lot. A lot of i hope i hope a lot of interesting insights in there because check it out like you. You had a one hundred two blockchain leaders but neither one was joel calmer travis right so you know we can correct that. We can correct that in version two point. Oh i think i think this is one of those things where we're going to do this. You know at least every year. We're kind of hoping for more of a bi yearly thing but now we're thinking you know it was a lot of work when into this so well you know here's the problem we'd have to be leaders for that to be legit and we are we are not leaders. We are the crypto clowns and so if you have a hundred two hundred and two leaders and to bozos than that would be the appropriate exciting. I think every everything gesture you know we. We all need gesture in the list of tributaries. We'll get your josh. Hey you give us a quick. Little reader's digest background of what you did did before blockchain and what drew you to it in in. How pumped are you now sure yeah. I mean i was a marketer. I was doing a lot of kind of random projects. Did everything from business planning all the way to sas enterprise sas all kinds of medical technology smartening through too many companies kind of all over the board and then in two thousand seventeen you know some of my friends and i were talking about elliott we all made some non lucrative investments in and that i kind of got involved with this company in this based in <hes> australia actually and now we've got this decentralized marketing team just focusing on watching this bad boy right near that's great. There's metal is short one hundred and fifty five pages long. That's like a book. Did you guys. Are you guys printing it out because the nature of this and the hard work that you guys put behind this i mean i mean talking about real world applications of blockchain technology like that's you could almost sell this thing. Yeah i mean it's it's <hes> it's pretty massive. It was a a lot you know. I think it'd be less work than it was being. <hes> basically being busy getting contributors do most of the work right rather asking questions to you know hundreds of people seeing what we get act by the number of hours went into ending analysis and design and all this stuff. It's like it ends up being quite the show and hundreds of hours on our end for the hour or so given it to the responses if that you know so it was it was a it was a labor labor. Okay so let's jump into the findings of the report gives us <hes> the meat here. What are some of the biggest things that you you're able to identify yes so i think the the three big takeaway as were forty one percent of abuse of it you wax and a seamless experience pave away into massive adoption so it's it's more along the the vincent the blockchain's v. eight kind of invisible in a way to get to this math adoption point <hes> and that that it's really there's some for you ass out there right now..

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"matt harding" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

07:20 min | 1 year ago

"matt harding" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Sometimes you need to over flavor to really have something that that you're going to get on your palette you know another thing is is it's fun to play with different flavor combinations right and and they're all sorts of things you can do all sorts of crazy things that you can try and and I love the idea of of playing around with flavors and finding new things that no one's ever thought of before so we're going to bring in a caller who says has of a flavor question this is Deborah from Ohio Debra from Ohio do I tell us what your question is my question is armory cake custard which aired and clean them all the good stuff Madagascar but Alex that around my mom was doing it I like the old yeah fresh fruit are used old fashioned ice cream freezer all but my problem is when I'm hardening the ice cream my chunks of who stream are harder than the ice cream around it so yeah a hundred percent and if you're using fresh fruit it's going to be impossible to avoid that I mean not probably has even more data on the percentages but the fruit is going to get really I see because of the water and sort of lack of sugar in it so what you could do is you could lightly compote the fruit but really what works even better is sort of mass reading it with a lot of sugar cooking it a little bit to get the water out and then you're gonna get a sort of smooth texture on the fruit instead of a hard AC texture yeah Matt what would you what would you say in your data driven I would echo what Dan said that is exactly what you want to do is you want to you want to pull some of the water out of the the fresh fruit and sad because you want that flavor of fresh fruit and and and when you Macerata you lose that a little bit but it's the the play off you have to take when you're when you're trying to make ice cream what what I would do and that is do the vanilla ice cream and then just put the fresh fruit on top yeah so then you're getting the perfect texture on the fresh fruit in the perfect in Iowa I feel like this is a good segue for me to have more ice cream yes which is the cookie crumbles strawberry jam we're talking about fruit so it felt appropriate while I'm sampling that's been you said that strawberry might have been one of your hardest flavors to make good strawberry was a really hard flavor to master we were adding strawberries which is increasing the overall volume of the mix but you're adding no fat so the chops I'm in I'm not sure why it took us so long to get to this point but five years and we said we should be using any milk in this product in order to get enough you know is much strawberry cases we wanted we had to add so many strawberries that the butter fat would come down so now we use only cream strawberries and sugar and lady who just called in from Ohio if you want to do a fruit flavored ice cream better to incorporate the fruit folly and then you have sort of complete control over your fat and sugar level of the entire mix because it's uniforms you can get the fruit flavor and for us because we're not using stabilizers we always want to stay above sixteen percent butterfat and around twelve percent sugar and this strawberry ice cream I just ate is vegan yes it tells about how challenging it is to make vegan ice cream or not I mean for us it's it's pretty easy we started making vegan ice cream seven years ago which is five years and her business and the goal was to make delicious ice cream that happened to be vegan not delicious vegan extreme so we tried to match the solids fat and sugar levels to our classic a scream all of the ingredients behave differently so we had to tweak it but we're making the vegan ice cream with cashew milk coconut milk rakugo butter which is the fat from chocolate organic coconut oil and a little bit of locust bean gum or we call it cara gone which is an organic stabilizer and we use that not as a way to make it creamier but a way to sort of give it more body because we're not using eggs in the vegan I'm we're going to take a call from Jordan in Phoenix Arizona Jordan what's your question is it possible to overturn sorbet next so how can you do it know if it's a fat free survey it's impossible in no surveys I've ever seen have Darian them so yeah impossible Matt for for someone who cooks at home I know that you do this it would talk to me about getting recipes are getting ingredients from stores like are you just looking at the ingredients for throwing into the boulder are you paying attention to what's in those ingredients right so that's a great question and and been alluded to this just a minute ago when when he started talking about making vegan ice cream so I I have a little thing up online with science Friday talking about how I look at changing ice cream recipes and and you just try it you want to try to get your your your fax the same proteins your thickeners the same your sugar amounts the same and so really paying attention to what's on the nutritional labels is is a great way to start with understanding how to change a recipe interesting okay one more call Dustin from Salt Lake City and what's your call hi I have a question about sugar and corn syrup I I've made ice cream from recipes in America's test kitchen cookbooks and they suggest using part corn syrup to make it there and I want to know how the chemistry works behind that mask do you wanna leave yeah so corn syrup has a lot of fructose or inverts here invert sugar in it and and so that doesn't crystallize as much in terms of the sugar crystallizing out but it also prevents the in general the ice cream from crystallizing as well and she can dampen that a little bit I I I haven't used that just because I the recipes that I use I I don't I don't see much crystallization from the regular sugar but that is definitely one way to to try to get its smoothness spend any final thoughts you nodding I just don't think it's necessary for home use if you're going through temperature shock that can help but when you're making a few pints of ice cream at home I would I don't think it's necessary to use the corn syrup because it's harder to find and he certainly harder to find an organic version of two all right thank you so much I would like to thank my guests and thank everyone for the ice cream it was awesome as we have been van Lew and co founder of van Lewin artists in ice cream based here in New York and Matt Harding's is a professor of chemistry at American University and author of the book chemistry in your kitchen and Matt rode up an article about chemistry tips for protect per perfecting your ice cream you can read it on our website at science Friday dot com slash ice cream.

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"matt harding" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"matt harding" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Live music capital of the world eighty proof Tito's handmade vodka is distilled and bottled in Austin Texas and the listeners of KQED some of the high temperatures today eighty seven degrees in Santa Rosa that's going to turn into ninety eight degrees tomorrow big jump there eighty two in napa today will turn into ninety one degrees tomorrow sixty seven degrees will be the high in San Francisco today to seventy three tomorrow and it'll be ninety one in Concord today one oh five tomorrow this is science Friday hi Molly Webster I roughly does away later in the hour we'll be talking about how online communication has changed the way we write it's a topic the new book because internet but first summer means it's time for ice cream have you ever had one favorite flavor you keep ordering and then you thought to yourself you know what I could probably make this admittedly I've never had that thought that if you were the person that had that thought you got home you mixed all the ingredients together and then you kind of got like a frozen vanilla ice cube or chocolate chunk that was just like a chunk of chocolate ice cream and all frozen desserts are not just delicious they're very complicated chemically their mix of ice crystals and emulsifiers and a lot of air bubbles so my next guests are here to tell us about the science behind these frozen treats and to help you get the perfect homemade scoop each time so I would like to welcome to the table Matt Harding's.

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"matt harding" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

OC Talk Radio

13:13 min | 2 years ago

"matt harding" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

"So he knows who to reach out to when he's got questions you know <hes> w._w._e.. cruiserweight championship on the Golf Ziglar Kickoff show which by the way ziglar nowhere to be found. I think this entire card <hes> W._W._e.. cruiserweight championship Buddy Murphy the champion defending against Tony Niece. Do you know anything about this. You Watch the tool five live. I don't I don't either but I will say Tony Niece Jesus Christ like he he looks like an action configure like I'm not trying to sound like sexual about this but his body is what I want as my body is body is what I want. That's the sound clips but I mean I mean Eddie. Murphy looks amazing too. I'm just saying Tony's avs is that I think I think Tony's wins too because it's it's most people that'll be watching. This is like we say this alright intrinsic and watches but they also have the most mainstream non watching wrestling fans of the year here so go on picking Tony's Yeah I'm still picking Buddy Murphy. I'm just saying looks amazing. I think because it's it's the big moments like Oh somebody finally meets Murphy. He looks like a million bucks. I was going to be like wow who are these people to live. Okay right but you know what I mean. They think so <hes> so you're going Murphy all right you're probably right the women's Wrestlemainia battle royal and before we get into that I want to <hes> because it's headlined I would say by former smackdown women's champion Oscar Anne at B. Underscore double underscore the title sponsor of Spanish announce table Dot net brought to you by beat. Nobody says wow fuck Oscar <hes> Hashtag tweet the table yeah in more into that that story line later with Becky Lynn Charlotte Rhonda boy they really they just were like nobody Oscar. Sorry we tried never mind when they didn't try but yeah yeah I mean look. I'm not the biggest Oscar fan so I'm not going to be banging uh-huh drummed to say we need to be we. We need to be doing more with Oscar. However it does feel weird that just last week <hes> we're just GONNA take that offer that being said I think she dominates us right? No one's already for this is her so we've got. Let's go with the names right now listed on Debbie Dot Com as of Wednesday night April third two thousand eighteen year the story then Zilina Vega Mickie James Sarah Logan Logan. Excuse me live Morgan Ruby Riot it data Brooke Nicky Cross Sonya Deville many Rose Lana Naomi Carmella and Oscar Yeah I think the give Oscar the win just because of the the blow up from that whole and now she can say she won Cindy Royal Rumble and the Wrestlemainia Women's battle royal right so nash chicken add more acclaim to her resume so I think that's another reason for she's the she's the rumble Queen Right. She's going to be the first Grand Slam female. I know Grand Slam winner of everything I like that well. The flip side of this is the Andre the giant memorial battle royal and we will have. Let's just go through this here e c three who still here Tucker Otis so he's GonNa make fart noises. The hardy brothers both of them Carl Anderson not Mr Anderson Luke Gallows Shelton Benjamin boy that'd be a fun th- Raza Ali Not Mustaf Ali Connor Victor Rhino he slater Curtis <unk> Axel Po Dallas Lycee Dorato Grand Metalic Callisto Chad Gable Bobby rude no way Jose Gender Mahal Tyler Breeze Titus O'Neil Apollo Crews Andrade Braun Strowman and Colin Jost and Michael J. of N._S._l.. Or you know <hes> Saturday night live him yeah. I think Braun Strowman wins US right. I don't I think somehow they you know what I mean. The whole S. and L. thing manages to get him out right and and then somebody else but who I don't well. I don't know there's no other name in here that Apollo you know what I mean. It just going to be a surprise remember this time last year. Matt harding will be all Ali could definitely win it. All we stop Ali. Ali Just could win. Okay why Otis Bray Wyatt Otis Fart noises otas holding the Andre the giant or Bray Wyatt Bray White. You're right. He's GONNA come out. He's got that new here last year. Yep came out last last year and helped Matt Hardy Win. Remember I do remember that yeah. Maybe maybe I'm still going Ron Brown. I'm GonNa go Ali Day yeah. That is a good pick. You might be right. God Damn Right. Here's the truth here yeah. Yeah was the antibiotic thing about that. Here's a true fact all right Ms No. Isn't that a MS voice over. Here's a true fact Dana Brian those the MS the entire time nope nope. There's sometimes he could win it. He could win it. I don't think he's done yeah. You don't think he's done W._W._e.. E you sell the reportedly resigned good yeah. We're also GONNA go will their contracts are up in ricky was saying they're about to become the hottest free agents which I figured was employed. You know more money of course. Why they just screwed up to so they didn't really have a lot of leverage yeah by the way with the USOZ and we're GonNa talk about the smackdown tag team champions who sows they're going to take on ricochet announced black the bar and Shinsuke Nakamura and route seven fatal four way match for those smackdown tanking championships <hes> who so to <hes> getting getting pretty swelled up and he's going to get bigger than one <hes> they know how to work out yeah they do man <hes> Russo's? I was saying this last night to Justin Kaufman <hes> news the other night two nights ago something <hes> osas best team in the world. I'm not hearing any other discussion yeah. We've said that yeah there's not even like there's not a discussion young bucks. That's not even relevant. You're not in your in your yeah like we're not friends. They're doing it more consistent. They're doing on a bigger stage. They're doing it with more handcuffs and they're doing it within a timeframe that the young bucks have not proven they could do it in and they're doing it with all types types of teams such as the bar the new day <hes> Alastair Black and ricocheted everyone the only okay I'm going one of two ways Russo's walk out here with these titles or ricochet analyst or black do in the USA going to raw after this well so we're not covering however on next takeover on Friday night the war raiders are taking on Alastair Black and ricochet for the INEX- teach you chip so what would it'd be interesting is if they win the next championship and then won the smackdown champion Jay think they want to go the route of notice it almost feels like unification for the women's title which will get into later <hes>. I think they want to go the route. They've got the women going all over brands. I think they want to go the route of having the champions bounce around Brandon Bryant which I almost support because you don't need every time on every episode of every show you know what I mean so like the women's title for a while can be on annex t while the men's tanking titles on raw for awhile you know like have them bounce around homos Allah N._W._e._a.. A back in the day right to where Dan what are you gonNa do yeah but then what are you gonNa do for survivor series brand versus brand don't do that just go back to the original four man versus forming teams or whatever right like just just figure that out <hes> you don't have to live and die by the Gimmick you know what I mean like just just do that and then so wherever the hottest tank teams are right then that's where the tag team champions are at right like in you just kind of move things around the only thing I fear what that one champion that kind of floats everywhere is a lot of things organically will not happen. Remember one of the reasons why Becky Lynch became the man is because she was being held down because she wasn't being given an opportunity for the smackdown women's championship meanwhile you had Rhonda Rousey on the other side. I'd just running through everyone becky lynch would have just been another head for Ronda Rousey to kick off and she you know what I mean she. She had the Kofi routine for well where she was just GonNa job that Charlotte and she was just GonNa job whoever they were trying to what I'm saying is when you have the two titles you're able to elevate a main event talent while the other main event talent can still kick ass was that too but I think by sprint this at you spread the storyline capabilities out. You don't have to force everything on one show every time you know what I mean like you have the well etel brain. That's a that's a indictment of the writing not his idols exactly right well so I'm GonNa go black and ricochet when this and they're going to be holding both INEX- seen smackdown tank team changes because you know what I mean they can do no wrong right. They've got thirteen eighteen inch dicks. They just you know what I mean. They smell great. They're just the best guys in the world. You know what I mean like their everything their their everybody loves them so they win. Some how I got through so I think they just resigned and part of that was probably hey we wanna main of it or we WANNA win on Wrestlemainia. I believe it all right so Kurt Angle Baron Corbin Kurt Angle's farewell match Kurt Angle's win in this people come out and help him beat up Baron Corbin. How Dangerous Front famous old guys yeah Kirk Johnson comes out and helps? Maybe interesting as Baron Corbin when curling was almost dead because corporate kicked him in the nuts yeah how interesting is is Kurt Angle's career especially when you considered W._W._e.. So in my opinion and in most opinions I would assume correct me if I'm wrong but his greatest rival is someone we can't talk about Crispin Wall right the matches the best w e matches that he ever had were against Chris Benoit but we can't ever like highlight that because Chris Benoit and then the best years of his career were in T._N._A.. In which we can't do a highlight package W._W._e.. About because it's D._N._A.. So I just find Kurt Angle's career to be so fascinating that it's the guy who we all consider an all time great but that highly package was phenomenal but when we really do a deep dive like the collection series on the w network his best stuff won't be featured because it a either happened with Crispin Wall or be happening T._N._A.. So I just find that interesting but like you said yet I think Kurt Angle <hes> gets the win. I wouldn't be shocked John Sina help some or other old guys help him and Kurt Angle gets the wind and brides brides often the sunset yeah all right well. Let's I'm going to say Kurt Angle Wins Yeah. Intercontinental Championship Bobby Lashley will lose to the Demon Fin beller Yep and how awkward was that transition bad cutting any went. I was going to move on from that. The United States shame ships mo JO versus Raymond Stereo. I think Simone Joe wins this one he he I mean Ray. Does the the old guy jobs mo jo here. I think so oh I agree however if you noticed and they announce it on their social media platforms but on Monday Rain Stereo suffered an ankle injury so this match might not have been be ray mysterious versus Samoa Joe could be andrade versus Samoa Joe or something and like that but I still think Samoa Joe Whoever it is that he's facing unless it's a returning John Cena is winning this match here we go. I forgot <hes> back to the Kurt. Angle at Mr Fourth row on twitter said <hes> discarding shirt really say thank you for sucking finally the W._W._e.. Louis has returned as you're content has with the table yeah. I don't think I think it says thank you suck yeah. I don't think that's what that means but you know maybe maybe <hes> all right this one's one A._J.. Styles rainy or man that entering back and forth and that's all you need sometimes to tell the story. These two guys don't like each other and you're going to tell you why I liked drug calm and every oh it was so fun I liked it yeah. I thought it was really good. I liked how Kevin owns bailed was. I guess this means this guy. That's thousands go going back to the battle. Royal back could be a surprise person who wins it Yep match. Okay sorry going back to this. <hes> my gut says rendered yeah you think so. I think that I could see I could see this this loss for A._J.. Styles going down a he'll turn right almost like a Chris this Jericho Tantrum who loses ear and then he starts doing the tantrums and goes he'll or rainy or wins by Q. Because style snaps because he can't beat them right right right and then they do a double flip here all right yeah. I'm I'm saying styles that stupid all right W I like the corporate bitch common to that was a good one because it's so true all right W._W._e.. 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"matt harding" Discussed on The World Nomads Podcast

The World Nomads Podcast

04:00 min | 2 years ago

"matt harding" Discussed on The World Nomads Podcast

"And then you can get back to it. And I it enough to have seen the video said dead's funny, dense the videos are what they became is toenail clipping videos. So you when you have little kids, you got a clip their fingers on their toes all the time, very difficult from safe to sit still for some reason that those videos a recommend this to any parent has a magical power to get kids to sit still while you clip, your nails. Just sounds like a bizarre story. But it's also very true. You could think about doing a family debt? That's right has occurred to me I have one. So, you know, the the thought occurred me when before they were born in than you have them in the they are who they are. And you don't you don't get to say come on. You know, you're we're doing this one of them is pretty shy. And then the other one I think would be up for it. So I haven't figured advocate tag yet. Just tell them about the hundred million views. That that's the other thing like NAN that no kids ready for that. I was really glad that that whole experience kind of the blowing up on YouTube, and then it's hot for a day. And then it's over like that whole emotional rollercoaster happened when I was in my thirties, and I was prepared to deal with it. But admit a bunch of these other YouTube stars over the years 'cause there is like a secret underground network a lesson and a lot of them had much harder times of it than I did. You know, it was something it was a little more control than plan in my case. Sometimes it's just like, you know, you film, your kid in the backseat of your car, and he's just been to the dentist in these drugs than the weird thing happens, and then you're known for that forever. It's it can be it can be painful and destructive. But I I wouldn't want to sign my kids on for that offense to the Heim video of wind door to injuries about five doing a his. Using the Fudd obeys. She was easing. And she was seeing the lion sleeps tonight at over and over and over. And then just absolutely, you know, waiting a self laughing at himself as well. And my son whose slightly older he's on all should put that that'll go viral and gate. Yes. It will. That's why we're not putting it on. That's a big call. I get that Monte if I do released the video if it gets me travel the world with those game the lion sleeps at Yahoo. Very way around the world. I'll do it fantastic to to you. I love the story. Thanks so much. I can't we don't have to show it. But can we least his take a little listen to your daughter from that video? Okay. He got. You then nine he. Sleep. Very cute. Very very guys on six and a half minutes. Exactly. Like it was allowed to go on six. We were trying to shut it down. By the way, when asked about other dances that have gone viral met says fortnight dances banned from the house, flushing, and Deb ING forbidden the kids can do it at school, but they can't bring in high. But I didn't ask about the lightest Christ, the triangle dance. So the tribal that's three people stand triangle with the hands on the shoulders. And then you jump forward sauce live Saad stick brought jump forward again in unison. So there's always somebody jumping four. Okay. We had a go at it. Here. We'll headquarters in Sydney did ever officing cook gonna advance us? You know, they've been artist dancing may have helped. We'll put that and Mets if it's in the China look now, if you're an amazing, or if you know, actually, nominate yourself we've had one night themselves as.

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"matt harding" Discussed on The World Nomads Podcast

The World Nomads Podcast

03:36 min | 2 years ago

"matt harding" Discussed on The World Nomads Podcast

"I said, okay, I'm coming to Brazil. Here's where I'll be amount bats in. So everywhere. It went there'd be Southland's of people coming out to dance in that was a lot more fun than laugh at you dance. What do they laugh at my dance? They couldn't they couldn't see my dance. It was just a big everybody was doing their own dance. And I was just kinda in the crowd. So it was it was a lot easier. You know, because I actually would get self conscious to him. I'm not someone who can go out and do something embarrassing in front of a lot of people and not, you know, feel nervous about it. And so now, I had these big crowds. And it didn't feel as difficult with. We were all acting like full. So it was fun and easy. And so I finally figured out what I should be doing. What should have been doing? Along. Once I started making the video gear recall, Hemi views the YouTube videos of head all of them in title. I over one hundred million. Making unity yourself, your people. Story. This woman this girlfriend you took with your was at the time. You've obviously got a new one. Now, she missed out big time. Where did that poorly? She's upstairs giving to get about also. So she was you'll go friend at that time and became you want. Now, we never got married. So I guess technically, she's still my girlfriend. It's we have a house in a family. So these that boring in comparison to the to the life that you will lading United come on your mother you haven't. Must be very depressing. I don't know how to answer that without sounding cliche. No, it's not. Well, we did. In little preamble woman would shake chatting to you are did side. They such a handbrake. No, you know, I kind of feel like what I'm really really grateful for again. I'm going to try really hard met sound corny. But if I hadn't gotten to go and do all that then it would nag me all the time. When I was stuck at home doing mundane things that you have to do when you're a parent. I would be thinking I never to do all these things, but I got to do. Enough. Let it got to the point where it's like. All right. I'm I'm done doing this. I'm wonder the planet for years. I'm ready to stop. So it's it's great no regrets. And I'm super grateful for that. That's one of the questions that we ask Golota the the couples that are traveling indict have children, and or nor do they have a house. You know at some time. Will you feel like settling down and old? Every answer is always. Yes. Of course, we will. What would you message bay to those those people I say that that they're doing it? Right. I mean, that's really worked for me of do all the things that you'll regret not doing later because there's you know, there's a lot that you can't lie. You're gonna miss out on in life. If you're wandering the whole time, you got to sort of stay put and build a foundation and the and I think that they're doing in the right order stay. They kinda you know, go through there. Lists and do everything they are. All right. Did that? Now, what's next? And then then there'll be time for it. Again. You know, I'm getting to the point now where they're able to travel now finally, it's it's there's really easy. I've gone Iceland with them of Gunda. We went to London last year. We're planning a trip to Singapore. And they're great travelers. So you just getting good through couple difficult years of just changing diapers all the time..

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"matt harding" Discussed on The World Nomads Podcast

The World Nomads Podcast

03:59 min | 2 years ago

"matt harding" Discussed on The World Nomads Podcast

"What's L? We went to the federated states of Micronesia against us the country larger than the United States that takes up a large chunk of the Pacific Ocean bunch of tiny little islands. That was amazing got to do some great scuba diving there. Let's see myemma mum Ghalia lausd's. I it's it's a laundry list of Egypt Turkey, South Africa. The media was mazing can get a good clip. I could use the maybe a- is always hard because. Each had about three days in each country. And I had to get something I had to get it six seconds somewhere. Really really interesting in distinct, and as I was going so fast, and I was actually all by myself for a good chunk of it. I didn't always manage to get usable clip in each country in adding sending you. Nicking? Answer. They hadn't they didn't know where I was. And they didn't particularly care. I tried saying, okay. I'm going to be here. And then here, and they're like, look, we don't care. Just do. It is habit done on this day. Had it. Thank us. The video is stride. Gum hadn't they use them. They didn't really they had me upload it to my YouTube page, and I put the stride logo at the end of it. I said this video was made possible by straw that was it so you don't you don't generally watch the credits as YouTube videos. This was something that people were just figuring out to most people probably ninety nine percent of people watched the video and say, oh that was interesting. I have no idea was is rich his stock IPO, and he was down below on the YouTube comments where people would always plane owner Astrid paid for stripe pay for it. So it was kind of like it was it was still fully inserted that that it was sponsored in it. And it wasn't kind of plastered all over which was nice. I think that that actually helped now when you were there in the Galapagos he said you went. Diving Lee said he was somewhere in went diving was this again all covered by this sponsor will they just gave me a budget. They just said here, and I went to the places that I wanted to go and spend what I had to spend to do it. So. Yeah. And then, you know, when you're going fast, and it's just you and I brought my girlfriend at the time. And so, you know, it was didn't cost a whole lot. If cigarettes story you will said did Rwanda in Petra. And then there you would put a coal out at explain that on social media for people to come and do it with you. That's right. That was too. So the the first video I put out it was just me dancing by myself. And as I was doing day after day today, I'm in Egypt dancing, next time in Singapore. Next day, I'm in Vietnam or wherever a got a little bit boring. The traveling was great, but the dancing lips. I realized this is not that interesting. In Rwanda that danced with a bunch of kids. 'cause there wasn't really a, you know, there's no Taj Mahal in Rwanda. There's no great wall of Rwanda. The there's just a lot of people. And so I guess with some kids and that ended up being my favorite clip in the video and the best time that I had on that trip. So I came home thinking that's what I should have done. I had this kind of idea that I was going to go to the all the postcard images around the world. But what's more interesting is seeing people in those places, and so I sent a stride. Thank you for sending me all over the world for a year. I had a wonderful time. But I did it wrong, and you need to send me around again and to get people to dance with me. And they said sure so that led to the two thousand eight video where Anna after I put the video up. Every single response was the same thing. It was you forget the dance for eyelids. You didn't answer South Korea. You didn't dance Sweden. You didn't dance in Brazil. So I just kept all those emails. I wrote back to them..

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"matt harding" Discussed on The World Nomads Podcast

The World Nomads Podcast

04:12 min | 2 years ago

"matt harding" Discussed on The World Nomads Podcast

"And this was in the early early days before YouTube before digital cameras were really prevalent mobile phones didn't have cameras. Yes. Oh, who's right at the beginning of it being possible to do something like that. And I just got to be the person who did it I and it became known in it at when the video got seen founded on YouTube years later and people had this really strong reaction to it. There was something in that. I didn't know I. Putting into it that that triggered this feeling of wander less and and freedom. And so I got to keep going and making more of them. Just explain so you might you to do the dance on the corner filmed at put it up on YouTube and someone that became you'll sponsor since you around the world to do this dance. Right. So I made that first video and and then found it on YouTube, and when I found it had six hundred some thousand us and I wanted to crawl under my bed in Hyde. Because I thought this was know really embarrassing. Everybody's watching me dance like an idiot. And then as it turned out that wasn't the response at all and people were passing around in Indiana sponsors came along. It was right at the beginning of the term viral video had just become a thing that people were talking about everybody wanted one. But nobody knew how to bake one yet. So they said, hey, this cabaret at the time said. Said, hey, we're making this new chewing gum called stride gum. We want a viral video for it. Would you travel around the world and make one wait? Are you gonna pay for it? And they said, yes, I said, then sure. And so I spend a good chunk of the next year wandering all over the planet. Just going everywhere that was on my list of places, I always wanted to go never thought I'd get to an all I had to do when I got there was danced for ten seconds. And then I go on next place. Not like freight Astaire either. It's gonna weed running man things. We'll put a copy of the video on on the show is but just for people listening right now. Can you describe your little you'll lunchtime geog-? Jeez. Okay. Well, it it's just you know. Okay. You know, how you ask the two year old if they can dance and they say, yeah. Of course, because every two year old knows how to dance and then you see what they do. That's pretty much never stopped doing that. Kinda jump up and down in the suite my arms and string my legs. And for some reason. I snapped my fingers, it's it's really a rhythmic. It doesn't it doesn't make any sense. It's just what I do anything. Everybody's got a thing that their body naturally does if they if they just don't worry about it and let it happen. And so I just did that and. And the essence of it is it's so freaking annoying. It makes you work nights wanted to go to lunch with you. It's very difficult to finish what you're working on when on doing that dance site as a wick might let's go back to Brizzi in in a at Brisbane in a strike. Did they get wind that you will working for stride, Gumbel, stride, gum and pick you up on the basis of this annoying dance, and you were subsequently going to thirty nine countries in seven continents. What was the reaction? I don't know. I can say. I'm tempted to try an accent. And I should not do that on. No, please do. They play going. Fox say. Let's exactly what we said. That's the way. Did you guy? You went to thirty nine countries, which ones did you put on leased? Okay. That one that was the two thousand six one. So boy Galapagos islands. We went to Easter Island Antarctica. It's hard to separate because they were now there were like three big videos is point..

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"matt harding" Discussed on The World Nomads Podcast

The World Nomads Podcast

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"matt harding" Discussed on The World Nomads Podcast

"Another episode, featuring an amazing nomad and this time it's something a little bit different way. A mating. Matthew harding. He's an American internet sensation nine as dancing met. He's a sensation because he's videos have gone viral showing him dancing. They say the basic elements of the successful online. Video those that go viral include the fundamental principles of human interaction emotion and surprise as example for Matt his videos are also back connection. Feeling more connected to other people to the world and to communities as founder of two young children. But let's chicken and look back at how Mets dancing video is ultimately security sponsor who paid him to travel the world, thanks for being on the podcast. Tell us coming to how did you get into this? I really backed into it at stay. I was neither an expert at dancing or traveling. But I I enjoy doing both two thousand three I was actually as living in Brisbane at the time Australia, and I left my job there and had really gotten the bug for travel from my co workers in Brisbane, and it's more of a it's, you know, the gaff year and all that which is not something that grown up within the states. I learned about just kind of going somewhere without really having a plan at work in your way, through not having everything booked in lineup in advance just just kind of wandering and that really excited me. And so I started doing that a bit. And when I left my job, I kinda carved out six months instead if I don't do this sound never to do it. And I started traveling in one of the guys who I work with. In vietnam. He said, why don't you San over there on the curb and do that stupid dance, you do at work, which which was that thing that I would do it was time to go to lunch, usually I was the first one eager to get up and go to lunch, and I would kinda hover over people's desks and do this j until they couldn't work anymore than they get up and come with me. And so I just did that dance and decided, oh, this is pretty nice way of taking a sort of a memento of each flights that I'd gone to on this trip..

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"matt harding" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

06:11 min | 2 years ago

"matt harding" Discussed on KQED Radio

"This is morning edition from NPR news. I'm David Greene. I'm Rachel Martin. And I'm Steve Inskeep. Some people who watch what they eat may be overlooking? The most important things counting calories is a bit too. Simple, cutting carbs is a bit too hard. So what can you do NPR's Alison Aubrey as a different strategy? Have you ever stopped to think what is the calorie to find out? We're going to bring out a blow torch. There's anything that. We know. How to do is burn things. That's Matt Harding's. He's a chemistry. Professor, and we are in his lab at American University. What we're gonna do is. We are going to burn her food reading. We've got two different kinds of foods. Here we've got a piece of white bread. And we've got a little handful of whole grain wheat kernels. I've got my propane torch here that we're gonna. To us to start this bread the way it needs to be going. All right. Let's do it. Now, we need to measure how much heat each piece of food is giving off. That's where the calorie count comes from. You. See the smoke coming out from it there a lot of smoke. It is a lot of smoke. These things are reacting with oxygen or burning and were measuring the amount of energy that comes off when they burn right? It's the same reaction that goes on in our bodies. It turns out that the white bread. We burned has about the same number of calories as the wheat kernels. But how the calories themselves burning? Our bodies is different from one to the next. And once you understand how this really works. It just may change the way you eat for me. I realized that if I start the day with a pastry or a bagel I'm hungry an hour later. But if I eat an egg, I'm good until lunch. We've got some fat and protein we've known for decades if not a century the different foods affect the body differently apart from their calorie content. That's David Ludwig of Boston children's hospital. He's a physician who founded a weight loss clinic. Now, remember, those whole grains. We just burned he says they've got a lot going for them. They take a while to digest leading to a gentle rise of blood sugar insulin after the meal, and that's good. But the white bread on the other hand is more likely to lead to a spike and a crash in your blood sugar. That's because all the good stuff like the fiber and the germs have been processed out. All that's left is the starch, according to one way of thinking these processed carbohydrates raise blood sugar and insulin and that directs calories more into storage and fat cells. So eating a lot of refined carbohydrates can make us hungry. Maybe put us on a path to wake gain and over the long term may increase the risk of type two diabetes. And it's not just white bread. Think of all of the snack foods we encounter every day. Even here at the NPR headquarters the biggest cause of obesity. In the United States is offices. That's Oliver Dearden. He works on all things considered. And he sits just a few feet away. From one of the best free food tables at NPR combines of chips and some cookies leftover from a meeting people are like bees, they'll just come swarm rounded gone, and it's pretty clear that none of this stuff has any whole grain left in it. It's just a bunch of refined starch and sugar. So David Ludwig advice is this just get off the roller coaster. In other words, you want to try to cut way back on all those foods that just don't give your body much of what we need Allison Aubrey. I've got a question. What about just going with no carbs, some people try? Hi, steve. If you try to give up all carbs, you're going to set yourself up to fail. I mean, think of fruit and beans, they are loaded with carbohydrates. But when you need a piece of fruit, you're getting a lot of fiber. You're getting a lot of micronutrients being great source of protein seed want to give up all carbs instead of going no car. Why don't you? Go slow carb. And by that. I mean, you want carbs that data slowly like the whole grains. We just heard about the fruits and beans. You know, when you eat rice opt for the Brown rice instead of the refined white, right? I guess it's not too hard to avoid white. Brad. I can just buy wheat bread or whatever. But on some level of the bad carbs, if that's the right way to phrase, it are they just going to be very hard to avoid. They're just sort of empty carbs, and they are hard to avoid by you can just sort of change the way you shop. I mean, here's what I had for breakfast this morning. This is a three green Brad just sort of like traditional pumpernickel rye. Thank you. If you look at that is not the grain, it's still intact. Now, that's a sign that it's a whole grain. I'm going to hand you this little wheat kernel here. Okay. Now, if you were to pop that open what you would find is a little germ, and I want you to think about that germ as a little packet of nutrients magnesium. It's gotten think it's got potassium. All of that stuff is good for you. It's also got a ton of fiber. But think about it all that good stuff is stripped out of all of these refined snacks and breads, we do you want to eat that way. No, okay. Very good. Thank you very much. Am I eating your breakfast? You are just eating my leftovers. Okay. Fine fun. Do you have any advice for when you don't bring me breakfast? Like, you know, what I'm gonna let you off the hook here. I'm going to say it's fine to eat those croissants that bag at Albert because you know, what it's completely unrealistic to think that these things are going to go away. Right. Like, I love a good question. I mean, I'm sure you do too. I'm sure all of you out there. But here's one thing to remember. If you wanna eat those kind of things eat them at the end of a meal, and here's why the timing of when you eat. These refined carbs really does seem to matter. In fact, there was this cool little study done a few years back it found that compared to eating bread at the beginning of the meal, if you eat bread at the end of the meal it actually lowered the peak blood sugar of people in the study by about thirty percent, which is big now this trick might not have the same effect on everyone. But it does suggest that the timing really matters. So think about bread as desserts and lower blood sugar means I don't get kind of a sugar high. I don't crash later. I don't get hunter Douglas short-term effective that would be maybe you don't get hungry long-term effect of that is you cut the risk of type two diabetes. Okay. We want to mention that. These tips from Allison's latest episode of life kit. What is that? Okay..

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"I'm David Greene. I'm Rachel Martin. And I'm Steve Inskeep. Some people who watch what they eat may be overlooking? The most important things counting calories is a bit too. Simple, cutting carbs is a bit too hard. So what can you do NPR's Alison Aubrey as a different strategy? Have you ever stop to think what is the calorie to find out? We're going to bring out a blow torch. There's anything that. We know how to do its burn things. That's Matt Harding's. He's a chemistry professor and we're in his lab at American University. What we're going to do is. We are going to burn her food. You ready? We've got two different kinds of foods. Here. We've got a piece of white bread. And we've got a little handful of whole grain wheat kernels. I've got my propane torch here that we're gonna use to start this bread the way it needs to be going. All right. Let's do it. Now, we need to measure how much heat each piece of food is giving off. That's where the calorie count comes from. You. See the smoke. Come. Out from there. A lotta smoke. It is a lot of smoke. These things are reacting with oxygen or burning. And we're measuring the amount of energy that comes off when they burn right? It's the same reaction that goes on in our bodies. It turns out that the white bread. We burned has about the same number of calories as the week colonels. But how the calories themselves burning? Our bodies is different from one food to the next. And once you understand how this really works. It just may change the way you eat for me. I realized that if I start the day with a pastry or a bagel I'm hungry an hour later. But if I eat an egg, I'm good until lunch. We've got some fat and protein we've known for decades if not a century the different foods affect the body differently apart from their calorie content. That's David Ludwig of Boston children's hospital. He's a physician who founded a weight loss clinic. Now, remember, those whole grains. We just burned he says they've got a lot going for him. They. Take a while to digest leading to a gentle rise of blood sugar and insulin after the meal, and that's good. But the white bread on the other hand is more likely to lead to a spike and a crash in your blood sugar. That's because all the good stuff like the fiber and the germs have been processed out. All that's left is the starch, according to one way of thinking these processed carbohydrates raise blood sugar and insulin and that directs calories more into storage and fat cells. So eating a lot of refined carbohydrates can make us hungry. Maybe put us on a path to wake gain and over the long term may increase the risk of type two diabetes. And it's not just white bread. Think of all of the snack foods we encounter every day. Even here at the NPR headquarters the biggest cause of obesity in the United States is offices. That's Oliver Dearden. He works on all things considered..

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06:09 min | 2 years ago

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"I'm David Greene. I'm Rachel Martin. And I'm Steve Inskeep. Some people who watch what they eat may be overlooking? The most important things counting calories is a bit too. Simple, cutting carbs is a bit too hard. So what can you do NPR's Alison Aubrey as a different strategy? Have you ever stop to think what is the calorie to find out? We're going to bring out a blow torch. There's anything that. We know how to do its burn things that Matt Harding's? He's a chemistry. Professor, and we are in his lab at American University. What we're gonna do is. We are going to burn her food writing. We've got two different kinds of foods. Here we've got a piece of white bread. And we've got a little handful of whole grain wheat kernels. I've got my propane torch here that we're going use to start this read the way it needs to be going. All right. Let's do it. Now, we need to measure how much heat each piece of food is giving off. That's where the calorie count comes from. See the smoke coming up from in there a lot of smoke. It is a lot of smoking. These things are reacting with oxygen burning and we're measuring the amount of energy that comes off when they burn right? It's the same reaction that goes on in our bodies. It turns out that the white bread. We burned has about the same number of calories as the week colonels. But how the calories themselves burning? Our bodies is different from one food to the next. And once you understand how this really works. It just may change the way you eat for me. I realized that if I start the day with a pastry or bagel I'm hungry an hour later. But if I eat an egg, I'm good until lunch. We've got some fat and protein we've known for decades if not a century the different foods affect the body differently apart from their calorie content. That's David Ludwig of Boston children's hospital. He's a physician who founded a weight loss clinic. Now, remember, those whole grains. We just burned he says they've got a lot going for him. They take a while to digest leading to a gentle rise of blood sugar and insulin after the meal, and that's good. But the white bread on the other hand is more likely to lead to a spike and a crash in your blood sugar. That's because all the good stuff like the fiber and the germs have been processed out. All that's left is the starch, according to one way of thinking these processed carbohydrates raise blood sugar and insulin and that directs calories more into storage and fat cells. So eating a lot of refined carbohydrates can make us hungry. Maybe put us on a path to wake gain and over the long term may increase the risk of type two diabetes. And it's not just white bread. Think of all of the snack foods we encounter every day. Even here at the NPR headquarters the biggest cause of obesity in the United States is offices. That's Oliver Dearden. He works on all things considered. And he sits just a few feet away from one of the best free food tables. At NPR combine of chips and some cookies leftover from a meeting people are like bees, they'll just come swarm rounded gone, and it's pretty clear that none of this stuff has any whole grain left in it. It's just a bunch of refined starch and sugar. So David Ludwig advice is this just get off the roller coaster. In other words, you want to try to cut way back on all those foods that just don't give your body much of what we need Allison Aubrey. I've got a question. What about just going with no carbs at some people try. Hi there. Steve if you try to give up all carbs, you're going to set yourself up to fail. I mean, think of fruit and beans, they are loaded with carbohydrates. But when you need a piece of fruit, you're getting a lot of fiber. You're getting a lot of micronutrients beans great source of protein. So you want to give up all carbs, and I'm going no car. Don't you? Go slow carb. And by that. I mean, you want carbs that digests slowly like the whole grains. We just heard about fruits and beans. You know, when you eat rice opt for the Brown rice instead of the refined white. I guess it's not too hard to avoid white. Brad. I can just buy wheat bread or whatever. But on on some level of the bad carbs, if that's the right way to phrase, it are they just going to be very hard to avoid. They're just sort of empty carbs, and they are hard to avoid by you can just sort of change the way you shop. I mean, here's what I had for breakfast this morning. This is a three grain Brad liked traditional pumpernickel. Right. If you look that is not the grain, it's still intact. Now, that's a sign that it's a whole grain. I'm going to hand you this little wheat kernel here. Okay. Now, if you were to pop that open what you would find is a little germ, and I want you to think about that germ as a little packet of nutrients magnesium. It's gotten think it's got potassium. All of that stuff is good for you. It's also got a ton of fiber. But think about it all that good stuff is stripped out of all of these refined snacks and breads, we do you want to eat that way. No. Okay. Rubbed for good. Thank you very much. Am I eating your breakfast? You are just eating my leftovers. Okay. Fine. Do you have any advice for when you don't bring me breakfast? Like, you just did. You know, what I'm gonna let you off the hook here. I'm going to say it's fine to eat those croissants or that bag at out there because you know, what it's completely unrealistic to think that these things are going to go away. Right. Like, I love a good question. I mean, I'm sure you do too. I'm sure all of you out there. But here's one thing to remember. If you wanna eat those kind of things eat them at the end of a meal, and here's why the timing of when you eat. These refined carbs really does seem to matter. In fact, there was this cool little study done a few years back it found that compared to eating bread at the beginning of the meal, if you eat bread at the end of the meal it actually lowered the peak blood sugar of people in the study by about thirty percent, which is big now this trick might not have the same effect on everyone. But it does suggest that the timing really matters. So think about bread as desserts and lower blood sugar means I don't get kind of a sugar high. I don't crash later. I don't get high short-term effective that would be maybe you don't get hungry long-term effect of that is you cut the risk of type two diabetes. Okay. We want to mention that. These tips from Allison's latest episode of life kit. What is that? Okay. Life.

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"Go ahead and spout it and continue to put it out there into the. I think that they, that's the reporter, Wall Street Journal call, Google, let them know they had the story. And then Google was like, you know what? I think it's time. We just kill it. Just kill it. There's no point and then we can't. We can't. Yeah. So I think that's what happened. I think that's why I was such a sudden thing, and some people remarked about the fact that Google didn't mention any of this during the event this week, but I don't think that they would have. I don't think that they would have its hardware versus plus. I think I think it was time for Google plus to go nobody. I mean, the couple of communities out there are going to be affected. I know for some people use it for like the polling that it offers something other features it offers. But I want to say nobody uses it because even even any, sir. Ervices like this. There are going to be little pockets of people use it, but on the whole it, nobody uses it. Like given the scale of Google, it's basically not being used. So I wanna know way it was a rap. Like I want to know what the fruits of this labor were. I mean, that's what I want to have disclosed to my theory. My theory, Google plus is that it tied, they made the effort of tying into so many different parts of Google that they looked at the amount of effort that would be required to unravel it. And they're like, why are we even expending? I've worked places where we've had a tech thing that was really old and we realized it was more work to kill it than to just let it sit there and be be boring and almost dead. And then the security issue comes up and you're like, okay, well, now we have to kill it. Now we have a reason, but I also apologize to everybody for you saying that they sense blood in the water earlier because I don't want to suggest that one of our home home surfers got killed by shark. That's not what I meant. Oh, wow. That's a little check in tax been up to technology against sharks. Oh, man. What about the internet of sharks anyway? It's interesting to I remember writing Google plus news maybe a couple of years ago and the PR would like come back at me. It'd be like, oh, no, no, no people are still total lease and Google plus here, engagement numbers. And yet they were very defensive about how badly Google plus was doing. So I think it is hilarious that now this big breaches happened there like nobody's using what does Matt Harding out a statistic about how unpopular your services as you kill it. That was that was kind of for me, that's what makes this hall of fame announcement, right? Because it's the, it's a security flaw found, but not disclosed because of the fear of blowback. But when you do announce it, you kill the service that it was attached to and you bring internal stats out to justify why you're thing is terrible, and must die like, wow, that is what a collection of tech industry things happening at once. It's amazing, just they should have just gone full petty and just said, you know what? At least Google plus didn't influence any elections young burn. There's that picking. Cherry on. How about. How about imagine if five hundred thousand ping accounts had been hacked? Oh, right. Nobody used ping, right. They could do that if they really wanted to be jerks, but it was paying. Definitely the apple apple music based social with not good, not good. All right, good. Before we go usually at the end here now that I've talked about a shark attacks, this is where we would make you feel happy with fuzzy puppy up update. But no, it's October as I like to call at taco Tober. Again, shout out to Robbie Baldwin who who taught me the October is taco Tober and it is always talking to. Yes, because of taco Tober. I have a taco crime update here. We are dateline, San Antonio, Texas. Three people were shot after a fight broke out in the line for a late night. Taco truck shots rang out outside the Pegasus bar at one AM apparently after one man got angry at another man for taking too long to decide what to order..

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"matt harding" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

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02:02 min | 3 years ago

"matt harding" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The problem with mass catering is often not as simple as scaling up if you want to make custard for one thousand people say you can't just multiply the ingredients in your recipe for four by two hundred and fifty and find an enormous saucepan cooking is chemistry and mass matters any chemistry is different at scale when i go into my personal lab and i'm doing research trying to figure out how to make our next pharmaceutical molecules if we're lucky enough to find something there are a whole host of other types of chemists who have to figure out how to modify your invention your discovery so that we can make them on scale the reactions that they do in the processes that they use are completely different and i think that the same thing is true when we're cooking at scale also this is matt harding's he's an assistant professor of chemistry at the american university in washington dc where he runs undergraduate crosses in the chemistry of cooking when you are mass catering you have two options one you need to use foods that are very forgiving who's science in chemical makeup allow you to cook them very harsh for very long periods of time or you need to use cooking methods that themselves are very gentle a lot of this boils down to pardon the pun how much real estate do you have on your cook service or your cook area if you have a pan on your stove top and you put lots of food in that pan and you cook it you will get a different result than if you have your food spread out on that pan if the food is spread out you get this nice crust so cooking on a stove top can be very unforgiving and you need to be very precise with it let's go right to the molecular level.

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