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"mistry" Discussed on Protrusive Dental Podcast
"They're like way what's going on. What's going on but i always encourage my listeners. Keep an open mind. This is so much something unknown unknowns. So i'm loving the direction that went in another quick question is when your patients come back with a positive diagnosis of obstructive sleep apnea. Do you change your appliance. Now to a mandibular advancement splint If it's mild or moderate sleep apnea yes if severe than just say you know. C-pap at us what we what we give you. Because most of the time we moved up early anyway so it opens their airway a bit but to really know what our appliances doing they have to take a sleep chest without it and with it and most people don't want to do that. I mean these sleeps can be very expensive. they're not always covered by insurance Op and that's why. I'm super excited about the breathe institute. They've actually set up a way to shop. My patient asleep test. They take it and their emt their medical doctor there yet he actually looks at. The results gives us the diagnosis and their sleep. Test is really really great too because they have a lot of questions that come along with it. they're trying to determine not just sleep apnea but upper airway resistance syndrome whether this person's mouth breather and so i haven't incorporated that into my practice yet but i'm looking forward to doing it because it's a way for me to offer these sleep tests. They're still read by. Fd because dentis we can't diagnose sleep apnea there's way to do it. That's cheaper for the patients where it's like we don't have. They don't have spent two thousand dollars on sleep test. We can do it for a couple of hundred dollars here. You know so. I'm trying to incorporate all that. But i haven't done it by fantastic and as far more than what we're doing at the moment and i'm also looking for a good home test. Solution survey was listening to a podcast and can help me with that in the uk is especially i'd love to hear from you guys The next one. I'm going to ask you is at which point you think. Gdp's general dentists should be referring someone like you who's unlimited that practice to the treatment team. md. I guess the way we look at our patients. As i always say there's we look at our cases based upon degree of difficulty with four levels for being four levels for being the highest so for the highest level is locked jaw. That's the most difficult thing to treat. Donald clubs and then third level is some bio fashion concerns as well as of joint ballpoint clicking popping especially clicking at the end of opening that indicates the disc is more displaced than at the beginning of opening. So that's kind of our level three level two and one are really no joint involvement. It's all my fashion. So what. I would say is level to level one anything by a fashion without joint involvement. Try to treat it at your practice. You may be surprised at the success that you have a. I would just make them at nighttime appliance with an awkward is or bite and i have a video on that. I'm not trying to my channel every five minutes but it's way easier to have you watched my i want to plug it. I want to plug it. I think you should see it as a video that i found you on fantastic video and so i've got loads of these allies in the fridge and let's give him so people coming acute pain and stuff but your video so i don't do. He's a different You know i do appliances but but the downside of that is that yes the airway impacts having whereas i think the tens approach that you take i think it puts them in a better position for the airway. I like your approach is well and i've got a couple of patients identified. We'd be beneficial for that..
"mistry" Discussed on Protrusive Dental Podcast
"I've never really seen it. Yes so so but if it's not it's not anterior enough. I've done this now long enough. To sometimes i don't go exactly with jenkinson's sometimes i go a little bit answer to it or a little bit all kinds of budget a little bit to where i know. They're going to have a better result. So so that's kind of how we do it and With the daytime mostly with the airway in mind airway in mind and position of conduct. Because if it's too far back as impinging on that retro disco tissue so both a at Sleep tests for a lot of my patients as well Not all of them do it. They're like. I'm here to get out of pain. Just got me out of it. But i i you know i tell them what i see And then the difference between daytime and nighttime orthotic same prescription built into both the daytime. One is made out of an orthodontic vigilant type material but what we do is we build up pads of triad whose jury aspects. And even all the canines so canines back. We build up pads of triad with invitations by indexes to guide their upper teeth where to rest putting the jaw the tweet dimensional rest position and then the nighttime appliance is a lot thicker essentially. Because it's a lot more force can be generated night and so we don't want it to break so it's quite a bit. Thank our but same prescription built in devolve. Brilliant contrast you come out really well as well. What percentage of your patients cisco quickfire around. What percentage of your patients do you think. Have the signs of brooks gosh ninety five. Yup i concur. What percentage of your patients that You send for sleep test comeback with a positive diagnosis or high enough. Hi index that they actually are diagnosed with sleep apnea ninety five..
"mistry" Discussed on Protrusive Dental Podcast
"So there's an assistant in the room taking all the notes writing it all down on the exam for after the range of motion exam then we just tell the dentists out because ormoc is education possible. Some young dentists listening while other figures are normal and then which figures are you thinking. Oh there's a red flag that something going on that. We need to investigate further. Yeah so forty. Five to fifty millimeters is normal opening and then ten to twelve side to side is normal lateral. It's twenty five. Millimeters opening and below can be indicative is usually indicative of the job being walked closed. Meaning the articulate disc is displaced without reduction so the jaws locked somewhere in the thirties can be kind of tricky because there could be an internal capsule or problem or it could be all mile faculty driven like the muscles are so angry that the patient is able to open more so further evaluation is needed for that so those are sort of the numbers involved there. That's really helpful. Thank you good. Yeah yeah So after the range of motion exam than we do a muscle help patients out so for the muscle palpitation exam. I always say i'm going to be feeling muscles roger your head back at jaws and what i do so i use about this much pressure on so i put about three pounds of pressure on their arbor shoulder just to give them an idea of how much pressure i'll be using and i say that personally i put my finger on their on their forehead and i say this is how much pressure on putting because they need to compare to. Because when. I didn't use to do that and i just thought the muscle they don't have a reference to compare against right. It's so important to give them a sensation. They to regard you mentioned goodsell is so important rights and so i say it went. I'm feeling muscles around your head that ca- jaw. If you feel more than pressure. I want you to stop and graded on scale of one to three. One is a little tender three is painful to inbetween. And i say if you just feel pressure will keep going to the next spot. But if you feel more interrupt me graded on that scale and let me know if it's your right side your left side or both and so they're usually good with that and we started temples and we just go through the whole muscle exam so i have a video on my called muscle pal patient examined. There's even a I think there's a form that you can download afterwards. If you want to or break that into your paperwork but amazing. I think that on. So my producer will put that onto everyone can also put it on the blog produced. Cody okay so people can find easy access to this video. Because i think it's so important we ought to do that correctly as probably record taking. Yeah it is important to do that correctly. And you know the muscles can give us so much information as to what's going on with the patient and sometimes what's interesting is when i helped me at the lateral terrified at the end of the exam. I do that right after the bustle vision exam..
"mistry" Discussed on Protrusive Dental Podcast
"I read through paperwork. It sounds like you're condition started at Two months ago. Whatever it is and i say. Tell me your story because people want to tell their story. People want to feel as though you're empathizing with them. Which i do very much so i you know. These people are typically in a lot of pain and so they tell their story. I listen. I take really detailed notes. I wanna know everything. And i ask questions every now and then i try my best not to interrupt them that at the end the two questions. I always ask if they haven't covered it. Their history is what is your prior orthodontic. Treatment did have you had any. Did you have races. Did you have biz allying and when you had braces. Did you have any permanent extracted. Tell me and so they tell me about their orthodontic history. And then i asked history of injury to the head neck or jaw. Think bath even if it happened in your childhood. Let me know if there was any sort of injury because even our paperwork covers. They don't necessarily think to tell us about a really bad accident. You know when they were twelve or thirteen. So i go through that and so once. That part is done that we can really get started with actually physically examining the patient so that all is part of a very comprehensive history taking which starts with the forms continue onto the story and how much time you think of that appointment is actually them telling you the story you reading paperwork just so we get an idea. Depending on how chatty they are maybe ten fifteen minutes of any of the kind of guide. 'cause sometimes it's easy to get lost in in explaining your story so i'll you know nicely interrupted sort of guide. Them back on track is getting a little off of but yes usually about ten fifteen minutes also an important part of this is i observe that as they're talking to me. I observed their head posture. I observe one shoulders higher than the other. And then right after this exam. They they actually have Get up from the chair. They're sitting in a then. Sit down exam table so i even observed the way that they walk so this is all. I'm getting an idea of their overall body posture because that definitely plays into the mandible and its so. What are you then X. examining for your yes. So i'm looking for a lot of these. People have cervical misalignments so these cervical spine if they are rotated or These vertebrae if they're rotated or if they're tilted at all it'll show in their head posture fight. They're looking off one way and they don't even realize it right And that discrepancies in shoulder height and then even gate. If someone's walking really straight great but if one leg swing out one way it shows me that there may be some instability in the hips as well. So i try to be discreet about it. I do. you have like a diagram of the body in making notes about any posture issues. Always something on the side you know of no. We noted in our exam for him too so there is a point during the exam where we actually laid the patient out on a table so we don't have a dental chair in that room. We actually have of assange therapy table. So at that point that i made more notes about it but you know these are just simple. Observations at the beginning that comment on it later on the it sale. Sure tell us what's next yes. So what's next is. I have the patient take seat just sitting facing me on the exam table and the next part is a range of motion exam so i use my little range of motion scale and i asked them to open and basically just say do what you can hurt yourself and so i kind of see what. Their range of motion is asked them to move side to side and we write that down..
"mistry" Discussed on Protrusive Dental Podcast
"The what what. What really an excuse. My french but what really pisses me off right is when denver professionals right like we have this like closed mind. Yeah and we don't accept that there are other ways there are unknown nose and they go by the very poor quality evidence that exists. So i hope when i commented on your video. Hope you didn't feel like i was like disagreeing with you. I was just coming out. Different angle kept a very open mind. Welcome to the protrusion dental podcast. The forward thinking podcast for dental professionals. Join us as we discuss hot topics and dentistry clinical tips continuing education and adding value to your life and career with your host jazz gulag. Hello patricia rotea jazz. Galanti and welcomed. Today's episode.
"mistry" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"With doctor mystery and Donnelly hello and welcome to the all women's health our I'm doctor mystery here host here's always with my co host Donnelly that's me hello welcome everybody down I think they're more famous than me I think so especially in people call the clinic they seem really excited about talking to you yeah I'll say it urology specialist this is Donna and here is this the same down from the radio show like that's right Dr Mistry who well good for you I am a board certified urologist this is a show that focuses on men's health topics and hopefully a little welcome break from all the corona craziness that all of us are experiencing I am done I'm ready to get back to normal I want to sit at a restaurant owner shopping reading in particular for husband yeah bill he is going to pay a bill I think my I am a pay bill to my wife's gonna into someone to make up for all those that's right all of our debit charges or fast food restaurants that's right Jim was on at least teacher pay for having to teach all of us here five little kids at home she's could take several minutes to take care of all the items every time I come home my husband goes big girl walking in I'm trying not to eat but I can't help hello I'm board certified urologist as mentioned our practice is any U. urology specialists we are a urology practice we started the practice in two thousand and seven this makes almost the conclusion of our thirteenth year right I wouldn't say lucky number thirteen their kids are looking over there okay magus we always gambling thirteen and it always works out so there you go there you go this is good Donna what are still people out of practice in college during the week at five one two two three eight zero seven six two we are located in Round Rock north Austin south Austin and dripping springs it's beautiful out there have you been up to lately I have this gorgeous is like a thousand restaurants that are ready to open records I hope Justin dripping springs our website is armor men's health dot com and you can send your questions that we will answer anonymously every single week to armor.
"mistry" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"The great grab of the game there was no great grab and right to the end it as you're describing that night Denning Mistry's out a little tapper back to the mound in a weak ground ball to second hand I was due north via ground doll and Venable that's about as good as the Padres could do those are some of their best hitters and the absolutely nothing hard hit all day long although once again there were no hits to the Padres against him lets him nothing even close to being a the giants win the game for nothing Tim Lincecum with his second career no hitter and his final start of the first half in just two and a half weeks shy of the anniversary of his first no hitter the giants beat the Padres for nothing will be back with the final game totals after this to come second no hitter KNBR class N. B. R. one oh four five eight six eight these sports leader I'm laying shipment of streaming company and I'm his son reigned one hundred and one years ago my grandfather or they call him Mr ang was thrust into the family business when his father the owner of the store could have more thanks for staying healthy dad I would hate to suddenly be in charge it wasn't long before granddaddy built a brand new store with money in the bank and then what happened three years later the store burned to the ground one of the stores next to it caught on fire did the insurance coverage no sure he was in a tough spot how do you make it bank believe there is a tech so they loaned him the money to rebuild the store said things turned out okay that's why I'm telling this story ran the whole world's top spot right now and I believe in all of I know things turn out things are going to be okay things are going to be okay X. dad streaming come here.
"mistry" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"Panel please yeah Mistry's friend and then a question for doctor first well on the ventilator issue with eighty four hundred of them and the stockpiling tens of thousands more coming why are states like California Washington leading descent and the waiters other states it is that's market they might need them later on well I mean let doctor Burke speak about what's happening in California Washington because it is a real credit to the people of both states in the leadership of both states to see the progress that we've made we continue to witness that the numbers where the outbreak began we all remember when this first emerged in the Seattle area the numbers continue to be steady and low and what we've seen the governor of California do what we saw the governor of a Washington state do and the governor of Oregon where the coronavirus hasn't arrive to a large extent in Oregon I think is in keeping with the highest tradition of of the American spirit there they are understanding what I think I think Americans are understanding more and more of that wall we we tend to think of this as one large curved in our minds for weed when it began in our country and we long for the day that it will end and we want to hasten that day bye bye by putting into practice all these mitigation efforts to the reality is with these experts have explained to this lay person is that what what we're actually going to witness is a number of small person that will cumulatively mean that curve and for for Oregon for washing stay for California to recognize where the need is and then to to partner with us and FEMA to make sure the resources are there at the time of the need to the point of the day I think is really inspiring but doctor Burke should you wanna speak yeah I I want to be clear that we didn't ask ventilators they looked at their at the genie out of the genealogical words these are the states have amazing health commissioners and I think when this is over will really be all of the models were based on something we have never attempted to do anywhere in the world we have never attempted to do this kind of mitigation it was always theoretic too many individuals and now we see across the globe people mitigating against this virus realizing that their own behaviors can change the course and future of this virus in their communities which is really astounding the power that gives us to actually understand that we can compete against this virus and do well and so I think in their governors and their health commissioners looked at their curves looked at their hospitals looked at their I see you and looked at their needs and then decided that they didn't need those at this time and wanted to make it available for other states that were in more that two per thousand three per thousand for four thousand and seven per thousand and I think we'll learn a lot from other states in other communities to really understand how to do this better next time and I think this is what what will teach us because we've never we've never attempted anything like this at least in my lifetime where we've had you know these thirty days to stop the spread I mean we've not ever put out information like that so I think that I think you heard the CDC director talked earlier today about in the models how different individuals thought communities would mitigate and the rate at which they would make a great get Medicaid and I think you can see that across the world we're learning that when you give communities the information that they need to understand what's going on and your transparent that communities can be part of the solution and a transparent and amaze zing way and I think this kind of education and dialogue is always critical when you want communities I think when I first started here five weeks ago I said that we will win based on what the communities are able to do as a community of Americans and I think we're all really deeply impressed about what they were able to do so with the governors are decided.
"mistry" Discussed on New Player Has Joined
"Person took like six hours out of their time because they had to come back and forth to build this bridge. And you'll know because you walk across the bridge that's one hundred thousand like most things in the game get like one hundred two hundred. Yeah or whatever and you see like sixty thousand likes for something you did the most helpful thing and again it's like. I think the game was most interesting. When you're the boss battles when people leave you things for blood yeah good so that was the most time when I felt like I was being like really helped out. Yeah and then from there on out. I almost tried to like get places as soon as possible and help out little ways I could but it does make me WanNa go. Replay it and see how much more helpful I can be because I wanted to watch. Every time Jesse was towards the end I watched the end with was like I remember it being so emotional. Yes so important at the end when they're like you've got to go all the way back to the beginning of the game on foot and I was like fuck this completely unless you made the bridge unless you build those highways will that highway didn't exist for most of the game for me and so it's like okay. I'm going over this mountain and I climbed over this mountain. It was like not supposed to be able to climb over but all these people left these anchors from these ropes so that I could just climb down on the other side and then I got to the bottom and there is a motorcycle. Yeah on the beach and I was like oh I can drive this the entire way back. Yeah I got back to the beginning of the game in like five minutes because somebody left path and the motorcycle was like this is the easiest. Goddamn thing I think. It's going to be traumatized and you're like game anymore and it doesn't take that long. It was so good it was listening to music. Pack just everybody who left stuff for US. Everybody who is good to us. It was like this is incredible. It me so happy. It made me so thankful we did it. Yeah we did it. We did it guys. Death draining guys fucking crazy game. It's different it's cool. It's it's unique and it's worth your your time if you have time to play it during all of this we recommend it. Wasn't you already know the story but take it in fully because Mickelson armories all of them do a great job? Yeah they're all fucking crazy actors. All over the place. Kajima is insane and fragile is the best fucking character. We didn't really get into fragile character. But she's so tragic and she's so heroic and she so fucking bad ass you all go watch fragile character. Yeah you all go do it. Yeah you go. Do this afraid I do that. She's the first person you meet. She's bad ass. That has all right. We done did it. We did it. This is is the big episodes. So just reminder you've got daily episodes until this quarantine is over every day we're releasing something member to go on our twitter and his new player pod twitter dot com slash new player pod new player pod on instagram. Go on itunes. Please review US stars. Because I've started could People on Stars on there sometimes and you start you know what I saw. Today was mean. No chemistry yeah no chemistry. Look if you are like hey. They don't know games as much as like I do. I'm like you know Feinstein fine. No chemistry fuck off. No Kevin mistry no chemistry. Yeah Right. That's true. I've been dating for a long I. The magic is gone. Yeah Review Us. Go on it. Check US out. Hang out tweet at us. Good yourself you can download and listen to the other episodes as well because it helps us out and You guys be good to be good to yourselves and keep on keeping on keep on keeping on. That's in depth stranding. The does feel that way. No it is members of things you can go on. Keep on keep on. Oh yeah yeah I like that guys. Keep on keeping on Keith. Jesse debt stranding new player as joy. Goodbye. I'm GonNa Sleep on your couch. Come on he has nowhere to go..
"mistry" Discussed on I'm Obsessed With This
"Mistry and I don't know if I felt the Elian rental had chemistry with each other that came off, like two people who had been friends. I know they like co wrote it together, and it does have that kind of like friend energy to it. But I just didn't really feel any kind of like good flirty energy between them, and I don't think it like was actually sort of grappling with the idea of like harboring romantic feelings for someone. You've shared a lot of your past with, like, didn't almost like buy into its own premise. There was those reveals that final reveal where she's like I've had a crush on you. My whole life was presented, so casually. Like there weren't big emotional moments the way that you expect in a rut like overly dramatic moments where like this profession of love, takes everything out of you even the ending. I felt like nothing was big. And I and, and yeah, that's what makes Rahm comes when believable. And I kind of think that was one of the points of this movie to make something that voided those little tropes and present. -ted something a little more relatable, because they make a compromise at the end of the movie that is a little rare. Maybe in another room com. She would have sacrificed, her New York dream, or he would have sacrificed something. But he was like, no I'll move for you. Yeah. I love to see that like idea sort of gesture Doorns, IKEA to have the career that I want. And he's just like all go for it. But I was just like okay I figured he would do that. Seems like a good idea. I guess, but the Kiana seen alleyway decides that she single. And just before Randall park can profess his love to her. She's like I met someone and we're going to go on a double date tonight. Let's go to this like, dumb fancy restaurant with small plates, and have a double date. And you'll meet him turns out this guy's counter Reeves, and it's canneries playing Jonah Reeves, sort of exaggerated, portrait of like of really egotist, ical, mail celebrity. It's funny, but it kind of overstays its welcome it feels like it's out of a completely different movie, I think, also just coming off of like a month of Keanu like press post on MC three. You hear like one thousand anecdotes about how he's the nicest person alive. So I think like hindering a whole second act on how he's like an actually an asshole under sorta like I know this isn't true. And like, I don't know like celebrities as themselves being assholes is sort of like a trope in movies and TV that I'm sort of, like, I don't know. I have heard theory on this. Keanu. Moment that I've just come up with now Shera. I wa and so everybody's all about how talking about how nice Keno is a great he is. And it's find until true in my mind, I believe one hundred percent of it. But this we're in this moment were everybody's just being so performance of Lee into Keanu, and I think it's because this is everybody on the internet apologizing for the sad keenum, just the proliferation of that just kind of like picking on Keanu when in that sad photograph, and then realizing how actually said his this life had been. No, I think that's a great Barry. I think it holds me. Oh him. I it's true. We all do. Okay. On whom he's been through so much. And some of it at our own hands. So, you know, I I'm, I'm happy when you have to pay for what we've done. He's a really good guy. He does have that great joke of in the movie of when rental park is offering to pay for the extravagant meal that they all had where he tells him how much it costs and how it's less than a residual check from. I that, that's one thing about the movie that it's it has a lot of good little one liners and jokes. But those jobs could be an anything those shows could and they also felt like they belonged in sitcom. They didn't belong in a rom com. I almost wish it would have just been like a normal rom com. Like, give me the exact same beats of normal rom com. Like, let's we love rom coms wise. Why is the structure so different? It makes me feel weird by do we feel like we need to tweak the rump com. Yes. A tried and true thing we want back. We want the usual way flare, dang. Flirting. Give us like give us one instance of a blow up 'cause they have blow ups like three times in the movie and it's like I want it to happen. Right. At the end of the second act, and I want them to get together. Fifteen minutes after that. Yeah. And I want them to get together in public. And then I want there to be a crane shot after they kiss, and like, like I won all these things and the movie gave a lot of them, but it weird little areas. And then at the end, I just was very underwhelmed by all of it in the mirror, image of always be my baby. I was so excited for always be my baby. And I really wanted to love it. The perfection I was ready to fully hate and like dunk on, and I'm just like the perfection kind of owns I I really liked the production. And I was watching it being like, wow, this is like a weird kind of bad imitation of Korean horror movie, and then I was reading interview with the director and he was like, I love Korean horror movies, like I watched the handmaiden it was like I wanna do this at love that, like one of my favorite movies wild things. It really. Went for it with the twists in direction just piling one on top of the other. Just throw more to the yet. Throw more fire? I liked that. I liked how stressful that. Bus seat was. Oh, what a nightmare every screaming at you in a language that you don't understand your friend is sick. About two shit herself. Oh my God. Terrible. Does shit herself? She sits on the steps. The projection is of horror films musical drama about industry industry drama. Starring Allison Williams and Logan, Browning and Steven Weber. Good to see Steven Weber of wings fame, all remember wings. I don't. As these two like virtuoso. Cello. Only shallow only. Yeah, they're like five years apart, although academy Keller's only. Another minor very like prepatory, you know, world renowned cello academy, and they reconnect in adulthood, and you find out there that they're both like extremely jealous and obsessed with one another and then things go from there. And it kind of is like a handmade in meets of what's the. Black swan. Yeah, yeah. It's very black Swannee, only not quite quite as nuanced. I dunno like not quite as thoughtful as black swan. It's just let's go hog wild. Let's fully do the funny games rewind and show you things as they really happened after you've already seen them once I relies on a lot of kind of annoying horror film, things like that. But I, I was into it, you think else lambs is the villain. She's not the villain. You think Logan, Browning might be the villain? She's not the villain. Steven Weber's the villains even whatever Steven Weber. And those other two dudes. Yeah, it was raped the whole time it was always about sexual assault. Yeah. It was not really body horror. It wasn't about A Bola. It wasn't about false flag falls -able of women. So many falsely this movie. Let's just talk. More about it Fran. Tell me about tell me anything about the perfection convince me that I'm wrong. I mean I, I don't know if I can do that. This is like so far from what I usually like to watch, but I was so intrigued by the premise as someone who likes an engaged with classical musical, autos is Allison Williams able to convince me that she knows how to play the cello. And she did okay, she. Okay, right. You are. You are a classical music expert, I cello for amazing. I didn't even put that together. Fran. I'm so so did. No, it's totally fine. It's like this is really a horror movie, and in this regard, but it was wild to sort of, like they certainly would never have a cello only academy. That's strange the way that they would just sort of conjure names of pieces without composer where they'd be like do cello it and be and be like, who's, who's what you can. That's not to say so I found myself getting really anxious about that. And but I mean I as, as a girl, STAN, I will always sort of ride for whatever else Williams is doing. I will say she's really carved. Interesting niche. Yeah. Really tight house. She has been playing with those expectations of her based on, like girls and get out. Here's the white woman with darkness, and Senator who has like weird relationships with, like people of color LA like strange and fraught, and like Indus case like sort of sexy, like, what is it? Is it menacing? I'm not quite sure. And I think she's actually very good at that. The movie would not be as unpredictable as it is, if those performances weren't as good as they are. And I think that might be the best thing to say about that movie, I think when you have also Williams in something that, that, like automatically at the sense of like unpredictability to me. Because I really like when I watch, I don't know what she's doing and will do and I mean that like in the best pasta like she could do anything prising weld card. Yeah. She is. Don't expect her to be a wildcard like you feel like you've gotta right like the everything. She's been in. There's been a twist about her. Yeah. Yeah. Even girls even girls. She done at the end the end of girls. She Wyoming character Omaha. It was always about Marning. Oh, my favorite shot in this movie is when she's getting after she gets taste and she falls, and Logan's got her like boot on her mouth. And she's just turned a little in her highlighter just looks amazing makeup. Look perfect. Allison. Unbelievable. Of course, we had to stand when she I loved, I loved, how the whole movie, I was sort of, like not a great whig on our million. And then and then at the end she takes off her wig. What I would I have thought that's not a great whig if she hadn't been sort of selling it as a bad like her. She was giving up performance as someone who was aware that they were wearing a bad wig. When you think about it. Alison Williams's doing a lot more than I think a lot of people wanna give her credit for an extremely galaxy. Brand take Allison Williams. But this movie it's so it goes you go from thinking that also Williams is a victim or like sort of sad and pathetic. And, and like the one who got away and essense like the one who didn't become the world renowned cellist do those exist friend, Chelsea got away. No jealous better like that. Famous young cellists. Yes. Certainly, certainly, like they would have a billboard for like an all. In the beginning, I would hope so I want that future for cellists..
"mistry" Discussed on Mysteries, Myths
"Welcome to Mistry's, myths and more. I'm your narrated. Joyce Keller Walsh, my intention is to use this podcast to tell a story each month, sometimes fiction, sometimes not that. I hope you'll find interesting engaging and provocative. Episode three time is short and the water rises, just imagine. In the midst of very wide river alone. Tree stands half submerged in twenty feet of water next to the tree trunk a small Brown face surrounded by collar of red for emerges from water. It's a drag old howler monkey struggling to swim to safety with one thin arm over another. She climbs her way up the tree and clings limbs entail to a bear branch. What's happened to her jungle? It's gone flooded. There are no other trees. No bushes. No leaves to eat. No buds are flowers. No nuts. No food anywhere. And where are all the others in her troupe? She howls a call to them. But there is no answer frightened and starving the monkey slowly rotates her head looking for land, which he cannot reach what she sees. But doesn't comprehend is the cause of the flood the Athabasca damn the year is nineteen sixty four. The location is Sarim South America. At this time Suriname is still calling the Netherlands independence won't come for another eleven years. Just two years before our story begins Alcoa, the aluminum company of America introduces the first pull tab aluminum can the breweries love it. As do the customers and transformative new industry is launched because the process demands intensive mining of bauxite for aluminum and massive electricity for smelting, the ore Alcoa turns to sirocco its mining subsidiary in Suriname to build a. Hydroelectric dam across the nearly three hundred mile long, sir, number when completed this broke Opondo reservoir will become one of the largest reservoirs in the world the damn closes on February first nineteen sixty four and the water behind the dam has already begun to form a vast spreading lake which will inundate everything behind it people and animals for nearly nine hundred square miles. The Suriname government must relocate some six thousand Sarah Mockus in over forty villages. Located in the flood zone. The ceremonies are the most populous segment of the greater maroon society Maroons are descended from Africans who seized from their native lands in the sixteen hundreds transported to Surinam and elsewhere as slaves and forced to work on the sugar coffee. Cocoa and cotton plantations by the seventeen hundreds many head rebelled and escaped into the primeval rainforest where they set up village. His along the Suriname ver- punishment for recaptured slaves was horrendous, including torture, unto death as a deterrent to others seeking freedom. Those who evaded recapture loot independently out of reach of the plantation owners for the next two hundred years until alco contracts to build the dam surname Commissioner of the broke Opondo district. Dr Yang Nichols is tasked to affect the relocation of the Serra Marcus from their homes to what are called transmigration camps. But there's no government plan to do anything for the thousands of jungle animals who cannot swim to safety and will surely die. However, Mickle is also the secretary of the Suriname humane society concerned for the animals imperil as the damn closes Mickens sends pleased to all other humane societies for cysts. His letter lands on the desk of the president of the Massachusetts society for addiction of animals, Dr Eric Hanson. In Michael's letter. He outlines the urgent problem of the jungle animals ending with the words time is short and the water rises, Dr Hanson immediately coordinates with the newly formed international society for the protection of animals is who's Boston office is in the same building as the MS PCA, Dr Colton butterick the ISP president, and Dr Hanson decide to dispatch someone to assess the situation Suriname and if possible than duct rescue of the animals who they deliver. It would be the most likely candidate. No one has experienced such a jungle rescue project in the most difficult hot and humid tropical terrain. They settle on MSNBC agent. Twenty four year old John Walsh Walsh has been with the MS PCA for over five years has worked in the veterinary hospital there been trained in capturing and tranquilizing
"mistry" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"This is a conversation. You don't wanna miss as we discuss a variety of important issues related to health. I want you to ask yourself. How can better nutrition improve my life Dr Douglas Howard and Susan Howard. Thank you so much for joining us today. And I just want to ask you I have. So many questions about balance of nature. I don't even know where to start great to be here again to be back. I'm very curious as to how there can actually be a product on the market. That's nothing but fruits and vegetables with absolutely nothing else in it. How in the world can this be life changing? And where did you get the idea for it? And how did you know which fruits and vegetables to actually select for the product balance of nature started up I studied in Russia for several years. And while I was there. I started seeing the need for nutrition, more and more. And when I return back to my practice in the United States, then I started seeing how lousy our diets really were when I started really realizing how important that balance of chemistry is how much a to c d e and back, then I still believe the D was vitamins, not a hormone anyways. And and I started seeing the the necessity of balance of Chem. Mistry? And so I started searching which one was the best which vitamin was the best in balance and at the same time. Then the the notion started coming of you know, we were discovering more and more chemistry and fruits and vegetables reservoir tall. Of course, it in zeaxanthin that all these different chemicals that we're finding had positive effects, but they were from different fruits and vegetables. And so then I was on that path. And I was looking for which of these vitamins is going to be the magical vitamin there was a day that that as like, well, I'm searching for the perfect balance of all of this chemistry and at the same time. There's all this chemistry. We haven't even discovered yet. That's when I started learning that there's hundreds of thousands of chemicals just in an apple alone. Then hundreds of thousands and in orange and all of them. And then I went, well, wait, I may be dead when we find this magic chemical. I'm looking for because out of all this home. I gonna find this needle in the haystack. And on top of that, I already know where the perfect balance of all of these vitamins is it's in our fruits and vegetables, it was already made for us for our bodies. And so that's what I went. Okay. I've got to get back to that. I just have to get my patients to be able to consume that. And as I did that. I I started trying to have them have better diets. Well, that was like leading a horse to water and trying to get him to drink didn't want to drink. And then and then I started having some people juice because either. Okay. Well, I can get them to juice and get a concentrated amount. Well, later, I realized that's an extract because for example, I got people to Jews, but they were juicing mostly carrot and apple let's say, maybe carrot Avalon celery. But had patients starting to come in with carrot Nimia, which means they were turning orange because they just were consuming so much, you know, an a carrot juice. Will that wasn't healthy that we're not supposed to be orange? Then I started trying to figure out how to get this in there. I started realizing the number one component of all of these fruits and vegetables is water. If I can just remove the water without damaging all of the other chemistry than I can pack. It more dense. I never imagined. I could get it as dances, we have it. I never imagined that I would be able to get it down to three fruit capsules and three vegetable capsules and and have the same nutrient value is eating over ten servings of fruits and vegetables. Every day. You know what I find? So interesting is what you're talking about is when I try to eat healthy and get the fruits and vegetables that I mean, it's really a process I have to go to the supermarket. It's very very expensive where I live. You have to spend a lot of time chopping and in order to keep the nutrition, and you basically kind of have to eat it, raw it's really hard to get ten or eleven servings a day that you're recommending Dr Howard. And so for me, balance of nature is just an easier way to do this and actually more economical yet it cuts out all the shopping cleaning chopping and doing. He just swallow it. I mean, it's it's true. There's a lot of doing involved in that much to Mitchell's. Absolutely. So no, I'm not gonna tell you don't need to eat fruits and vegetables anymore. You do at, but the beauty of this also is once you start taking balance of nature. It's interesting. Your appetite generally starts to increase towards fruits and vegetables and many people report decreases towards suites. Oh, that's a wonderful thing. Yeah. Wouldn't it be great? If we could all substitute that Dr Howard. When somebody does take these ten servings a day with balance of nature. What is it that they can expect to feel? I mean, how is it that something so small like that could actually maybe prevent some of the diseases that you were talking about in some of your literature. Woes interesting. We'll have anywhere from somebody saying from minutes after I took my first dose of just like somebody flip the light switch on. And I just feel it all the way to nothing. I mean, it doesn't necessarily mean you're going to feel something in your in your body by the time, you feel something or by time you feel a symptom. You've lost over sixty percent of the function of that cell tissue or organ, and that's important to note. So what I really developed. This was not to feel anything but was to prevent aging. Diseases was my original. Purpose to prevent the risk of of cataracts and strokes and heart, heart attack, and heart disease, and cancer macular degeneration and aging. Diseases is what we really that was the focus of what I was doing. It's not to cure anything. I guess that's what I'm trying to say. That purpose wasn't to cure anything. It's to give the body the chemistry in the nutrition that needs to do what it needs. Your body is far more intelligent and knows what it needs to do more than I can can force it to do something for those that are just tuning in. I'm talking with Dr Douglas Howard, the formulator of balance of nature's fruits and veggies and fiber and spice, and I'm just amazed at what it is doing not only for me personally and my family, but for so many others before we continue we're going to take a short break. But before we do that, let me make sure I give the phone number..
Where do the Charts Say S&P Retail SPDR (XRT) is Headed?
"Is ecommerce booms options. Traders are betting against the traditional retail space. The Dan want you head over to the plaza breakdown. Yeah, let's talk about the extra t that's the ETF that tracks the SAP retail sector here put volume. Mistry times that of calls today. And there was one trade that caught my eye when the X Archie was trading about forty five bucks. There was a buyer of four thousand of the June forty four forty one call spreads paying about seventy cents for those those break even at forty three thirty down about three point seven percent. And there max gain of two dollars and thirty cents on that puts bread down at forty one on June expiration is down about nine percent from the current levels. We talk about the sector rotations that we've seen in the market a market that is the s&p five hundred up fourteen percent year today the expertise really lagged that in it's actually lagged it off the bottom, and it's still about twelve thirteen percent from its fifty two week. Highs look at this really steady downtrend that the RT has been in. It's made a series of higher highs. And it's really consolidated a good bit over the last two months here really diverging from the SNP, which is obviously now just two percent or two and a half percent from its fifty two week highs here I wanna make one other point looking at this five. Year chart, you see a lot of sideways action here, and look how kind of steep decline is from that two thousand eighteen high. And when you took it look at this thirty eight low from Christmas time goes all the way back a few years year. So I see big air pocket between now, and then June expiration, why would someone by this puts bread? Maybe they're looking to get a bit of those earnings that we're going to get in. May remember a lot of the retailers reported in a little bit later cycle.
Why Americans Can't Quit Tipping
"Hey, everyone Stacey in Cardiff. And this is the indicator from planet money. So we recently got a question from a listener a very interesting, but also a very pointed question Stacey in Cardiff. Hi, my name is new I'm twenty three for Boston, Massachusetts. And I'm of course, addicted to the indicator. Okay. So my question is why do we as a society still tip? And how can we stop to me? It's one of the most aggravating economic Mistry's a horrible Social Convention that no one ever questions. Thanks so much by and this we figured was a question worth devoting a whole episode to. So we used a news question as a reason to call an expert on the psychology Nekunam IX of tipping. Yes. There is such an expert, and you it is a great question because we are just tipping everywhere. Now at restaurants and bars and taxis Lubers and lifts and when you get haircut even in coffee shops now we're being like control towards like that. Twenty or twenty five percent Niddle percentage every time you buy so today on the show, we answer your question. And you know, we also had a few of our own. We did especially because there are actually some really troubling aspects to tipping. We wanted to talk about those as. Support for this podcast and the following message. Come from dot com with wicks, you can create a professional website for your business. Choose a template designed for your industry and customize it to match your brand Goto wicks dot com slash indicator to get ten percents off. Support also comes from air table, a content. Calendar cattle tracker fabric sourcing system products roadmap post production pipeline, all built with air table. Get fifty dollars in credits today by signing up at air table dot com slash indicator. The tipping expert, we called is a man named Michael Lynn, he's a professor of consumer behavior and marketing Cornell University school of hotel administration, and Michael has published dozens of papers on basically, everything you can think of related to tipping. And so our first question to Michael was why does the US have such a strong typical -ture and why so much stronger than the tipping cultures of other countries. For example, in the US restaurant can legally pay its servers less than. Wage because the service tips are expected to push that wage above the minimum. And also, we just tip more in the US tip and other countries medals is he's actually not sure why the US stands apart in this way. Are just don't know. I have looked at why nations differ in their tipping customs. And there are some predictable findings countries whose populations or more outgoing and extroverted tended to greater number of service providers, and they took larger amounts, and as to a news question of why we still tip so much in the US Michael says, it has to do with the status quo, and specifically how hard it is to break away from that status quo. Because once you get started on tipping competitive forces make it almost impossible to go back. Here's what Michael means. So the existence of tipping allows restaurants to pay their servers less and because restaurants, pay their servers less. They can also charged lower prices on their menus. And customers, you know, really like lower menu prices believe it or not consumers when they evaluate the expensive -ness of restaurant menu prices, they don't take into account. The fact that they do or do not allow tipping and so a restaurant with fifteen percent higher menu prices, and noting is going to be perceived as more expensive than a restaurant with slightly lower prices, but they expect tips now this does not seem rational because customers will pay the exact same overall amount in those two restaurants. But Michael says that's just how customers often decide which restaurants, they like better in one of his recent papers. Michael looked at Joe's crab shack a chain restaurant. Twelve of the restaurants in the Joe's crab shack chain got rid of tipping for a while and raised their menu prices to make up for it. So they could still pay their servers just as much and then most of those restaurants eventually had to go back to tipping. I was able to download yelp and other online ratings of. Joe's crab shacks by location. And what we observed is that when they eliminated tipping their online ratings went down and when they got brought tipping back there. Online ratings went up Michael says these findings are consistent with other research. And so you can see why restaurants find it so hard to end tipping and to raise their menu prices. They don't wanna lose business. Other restaurants that continue to allow tipping. Yeah. And Michael says, he did find one exception to this rule. But that exception is just high end restaurants restaurants that are already expensive. And where the customers just aren't as sensitive to those higher menu prices. They were planning to spend a lot of money at these restaurants anyways. So they may not even notice that they're fifty dollars steak is now sixty dollars or whatever I didn't look at the menu prices market price. All the restaurants, though, it seems to matter, but we also wanted to ask Michael about tipping as a Social Convention because that of course, is part of tipping to, and you know, is this convention as horrible as a new our listener thinks it is. So let's start with this tipping seems to be designed to reward good service. So the better the service the higher the tip. But is that what happens in real life? Michael says, no not really only tiny amount of the tip is actually related to the quality of the service. In fact, the amount is so small Michael says that in one survey only about half of waiters and waitresses themselves thought their tips were related to their service. Most of the average debt Michael says is just a term by the social expectations that people feel to behave in a certain way, everyone else leaves a fifteen to twenty percent tip. So you leave a fifteen to twenty percent tip. That is just the way we do things. She don't want to feel guilty. No servers going to be a servers income is based on the tip. You don't wanna be the Jerker just doesn't leave the right? I now, but you know, as a new Hinson her question, there are other things that are really troubling about the way tipping works in the real world. I found that waitresses who rated themselves as more tractive. Better tips. Blonde waitresses got better tips than brunettes slender waitresses got better tips and waitresses with larger breasts got larger tips, oh, America, America. This is not new information, I suppose, but it is the prising hearing it packaged in this way. But there's also other research that supported the idea that places where workers rely on tips, you know, for a high share of their incomes. Those workers are exposed to more sexual harassment. And in another survey, Michael found something also extremely disturbing. I found that black servers get tips than white servers, even for comparable levels of service. I just I. Yeah. It's bad. Yeah. And we can now turn to a news final question. Which is if restaurants don't have incentive to end tipping themselves. What could possibly end it one possibility? Michael says is through the courts, and here, it's kind of complicated. But he says it tipping seems like a neutral practice. But if it does have the effect, for example of paying black servers less than white servers than maybe it could be declared unlawful by courts because of its discriminatory nature. Michael says he spoken to a lot of labor and employment lawyers about this possibility for now, he says, it seems like a long shot, but because it's not clear whether that argument would work in court and also because he says they're just need to be more. Studies on this racial gap issue to confirm that it does exist also to determine how big it is. And what might be causing it? Yeah. And the other possible way to tipping that. Some people have proposed is just for the law to stop allowing restaurants and other businesses to legally pay their tip workers less than the minimum wage, and in fact. Some states have done that look in California in Washington state and a couple of other states. There is no tip credit, those waiters waitresses get the regular minimum wage and get tips on top of that. And I've done I've got the data, and I can tell you that servers and California make basically the same tip percentage as servers in Texas, even though the minimum wage is vastly different across those two states. I mean. I'm not a hundred percent sure you can kill tipping. So my links tipping is here to stay at least for now. And that is probably not the answer a new wanted. But we are still very glad you asked the question. Thanks for writing in and save all our listeners. We appreciate it. Like, you're in from you. This episode of the indicator was produced by Dr ES Rafia and edited by Patty Hirsch, our fact, checker and turn will Ruben and indicator is a production of NPR.
"mistry" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE
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Amy Klobuchar to make announcement about 2020 plans Sunday
"Another thing about American campaigns your candidates announce that they're going to make an announcement. And there was have to pretend that it's this big Mistry just into how Minnesota Senator Amy klobuchar is trying to build the suspense find out this weekend. Whether another democrat is jumping into the twenty twenty race for president Minnesota Senator Amy klobuchar says that she will announce her decision this Sunday in Minneapolis, come to boom island in Minneapolis. And then you'll find out it's going to be a little cold twenty degrees, where warm clothes, maybe have, you know, a little heat warmers with you. But then you'll find out my decision. We're gonna have hot chocolate campfires be there. Okay. She she's obviously running right. No. Because if she isn't this is super messed up. Why would you drag everyone out to some frozen island in Minnesota to announce that you're not running for president? Let me tell you something if I hold my ass out there and you not running for president. I'm gonna be like F that we're shutting down. Nobody leaves this island until someone runs for president. Gary have you done black-faced, then you're running for president come out?
"mistry" Discussed on L2 Fitness & Business Podcast
"I I'm really looking forward to digging into a somewhat trendy and controversial topic of metabolic adaptation today that something I'm really excited to speak with you. You talked a little bit about it at the summit back in September. And I'm super excited to be able to share this information with the listeners, but before we kind of jump in. And dig in on that I would love if you kinda give us, you know, a little bit of insight into your story. You know, how you you know, fell in love with fitness and how you of transitioned into becoming kind of like an online Dr. Yeah. So the gist of it is I don't know the labor the whole point. But the gist of it is is that basically I grew up in a scientific family dad is a biology can Mistry teacher earn. Also, the wrestling in coach moms elementary school teacher, very big into education. Brother was four years older than I am extremely good athletes. I kinda follow along his footsteps, but we had kinda different structure like body structure. Here's short compact looked like kinda like Lee priest or something like that is just jacked jacked, I swear head apps coming out at the the womb swear inside I was a little bit thinner taller. And because we both liked wrestling being tolerant thinner. When you're younger is Levin harder to leverage, your strengths because you have to go against heavier opponents. So anyway, he went through high school and was phenomenal wrestler times state champion two time runner up. Probably should have been a four time stage champion doesn't really matter. When on Michigan state had a really good career. College wrestling. Well, right when I came in to high school, everybody thought I was going to be the next FINA. I'm just like my brother, but I actually didn't even start. I was so excited because I thought it was going to be great. But I, you know, something about the puberty differences. You know, I was a little bit of a late bloomer taller thinner. Not nearly strong for my size because of that, you You know. know from an absolute level of still pretty strong, but just not not relative to my body weight. So it was impetus that got me into the signs of nutrition exercise performance originally. So I got really into it read everything that I could ended up going from one hundred forty pounds my freshman year, eventually to about two hundred fifteen pounds my junior year, and then two hundred thirty five pounds my senior year. But I went from not starting to then my junior became a statement champ eventually got scholarships to route solo ended up trying to do both football. And wrestling realize wasn't Bo Jackson could to sports ones in a high high level sport sports program. But yeah, it was my love for performance exercise nutrition science that coming into it at first in. When I wanted to go to medical school. I didn't like doing performance for people. I wanted to take just what was a fraction of of my obsession for nutrition and exercise science apply to the general population, basically helped cure prevent treat chronic disease. So went to medical school than went to residency training after did family medicine than have specialty in obesity, Madison. Maybe working on a few other specialties here too. So now, I basically take nutrition exercise science in polite to those with any issues related to. Wait in an lifestyle. Which is most everything we see now in medicine, and now I basically help people get off their medicines. And. Hopefully, prevent any other chronic disease using lifestyle. Yeah. So it's kinda sorry. Little bit little bit longer. But the that's kind of the gist of. That's perfect. That's perfect. I really love hearing that because it's super interesting to kind of see how your desire for kind of like your athletic performance. Drove your desire to further your knowledge the science of exercise and nutrition. But when you actually went to become a doctor, you actually had the desire to take that and translate that into general population, which is really exciting because you know, I feel that obviously we have new views on it is that that is really what needs the focus right now. You know, the the upper echelon top one percent of athletes don't really need to get better. Obviously, they're still going to continue to to strive to increase their performance increase their body composition..
"mistry" Discussed on StarTalk Radio
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"mistry" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio
"And basically because it's really you know is in the guise of a mystery story uh that's really the structure and the sort of i think the emotional engagement that we feel in the narrative poll functions very much like how mistry story set up a series of questions that you know the films going to answer but you kind of delight in the in the anxiety of awaiting the answers and knowing that they will ultimately com but finding yourself in the middle of the puzzle pieces on the way so there was a real you know coherence to that but it functions without without spoken word so it's really about the visual languages malagasy the editing and such an editorial piece costume design production design may be first and foremost and the soundtrack and the music and the soundtrack were is a huge part of how this film works i think when you watch this film you you begin to remember what cinema like what film meant to you when you were a kid when you weren't thinking about it as an artistic statement will you were in thinking about the properties ever when you didn't know what laying was he just you would love the escape that film gives you so in this film you see nettie 27 rose disconnecting so deeply with the silent films of the era what about you look what what were the films back when you were twelve that you loved it's true this was one of the things that this triggered for me this material and this and this challenge um and basically a with a kind of dedication to imaginations and the sophistication of younger audiences because i felt like i was exposed to things as a kid that were a little bit beyond my.
"mistry" Discussed on WDRC
"I said six months that i'll at thirteen million properties not to get off track that 65 percent senator those at the faulting for the second time and we're already seeing tripoli and tori if not four times the emolument tori that we saw six months ago in i've said this in six months ago that you would see i hate to say i said this i heads said this another conceded person i own judge people lie hope they don't judge me i am not someone is also see how a right i was see how smart i am a nazel's mata mistry kids so my point is that i always say i you'd better off to be as streetsmart smart guide in a book smart guy you better off they have both but if you can have street smarts as well as book smart's you're going to go places in life if you just have books march in not street smarts in not going to go as far in life in my opinion and we listen and be someone that had opened his own businesses 17 years old and didn't go to college and the point is is that do i regret it he asked but at the same token i want my children ago and maybe you'll should go as well but when you listen to some of the people that i call the say education is not what it used to be and we had math from i'll limits the call was great guy i had son thomas god bless his son uh and he mentioned yesterday because he's in the auto industry and basically saying that everything is so technical till technical today in cars that it's not like he just put it on a monitor in the monitor tells you exactly what's wrong with the engine it doesn't work that way you have to some times detect he was telling me that the company had to have someone fly in from the manufactoring uh source who knows from detroit to whisper massachusetts a wherever elements that could come up with odds to solve a problem that they have which ended up to be an electrical problem so he said you can always find out so if i will you he save golden goal engineering robot school go to schools will you use your hands because those it at like the another which we always know call upon.