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"ninette" Discussed on The Israel Hour Radio Archives
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You Cant Outrun Your Fork
"And today. We are going to cite you with a show about gluten called. You can't outrun your work. Dr Louis came up with that. Catchy Title I think he stole it. Perhaps from someone else but We liked it so extra. That's right but so we're GONNA talk to you about foods that might cause you to want more of the same and some very exciting testing information that we have been waiting very long time for Where it would be convenient for you and great reports and ways for you to determine gluten or wheat sensitivity so to day Dr Louis Would you explain to us about gluten and why it such a big problem? And why would someone be intolerant to it and you know what does it? 'cause what's the big deal with gluten gluten free so big deal right? I think it is a big deal. some of the research says is one out of one hundred or two out of hundred. That has gluten intolerance ILIAC disease. You know if you have that kind of Gi Issues go see your Gi doctor. So you're in tarnished Get the test made. Although we're going to tell you about tasks that you can do with us that I found to be. Oh my God blow you into new reality of knowledge and understanding again. I'M GONNA go down too much rabbit. Trails You know when I read this thing in interior. Was you know everybody should follow Tara? She really good health coach and she rat some pretty intelligent newsletters. Just like brandy does for Janet May You know I think anyone that puts beans chiles kind of a heathen might not love the Lord. But it's not just about beans beans can have issues too but mostly we don't talk about. Grind grain is not good and some of the myths. 'cause I I really think Janice going to get into more detail than me but and I hear this all the time but I'm eating whole wheat bread because I'm getting whole grains well usually Whole wheat break usually doesn't contain very much of the whole grind because the number one ingredient he's usually called wheat flour There's nips but I love my oatmeal. It's like well. I two or three bowls boat meal per year and I think it's the most nutritious thing you can eat breakfast. I personally think that's very very not true. And I think it's better than a breakfast. You know of sugary cereal but OATMEAL has a pretty high glycemic load. And so I don't think that's a good thing because it generally means when you have a high glycemic stuff. It usually means that you're going to spend the rest of the day over eating because you're hungry because of glycemic index Well you know I think we need to back up a little bit here and tell people why we got so involved with gluten you know before we we tell people. Don't eat gluten you know. It's not good but at the same time we didn't have a personal experience with it or where we could relate to own my goodness. That's what's causing it. If it's many of you have been listening to us for years. Thank you so much or someone that's new. You know the personal history there with why we found this out is because Dr Lewis was experiencing severe stomach pains to the point. He thought he was going to die. I mean I was bitterly I. I was giving him everything that I knew to give him. And you know we know all about nutrition for those of you that don't like me Janice WanNa keep me alive so ninette and happy but he I would give him so many things and it was like nothing was making it right and it got so bad. He tried to take out extra life insurance because he was sure he wasn't going to make it. And you know how God works. He sends people longer path. When it's just your bleakest darkest hour and shows you something you would not have listened to previously and incomes a Representative or actually. We had a a one of our bottom representatives. Tell us about this country. This company called vibrant labs and they did A lot of blood work with just a little bit of blood and we were very excited about it because we thought well you know. We don't really know what we need to have run. We've got a pretty good deal going with our lab companies. Now you guys get great pricing on the labs we you know. I don't know how this is going to help us. And she said but they'll do a gluten test on you and wheat sensitivity and food sensitivity testing and and maybe Dr Lisk and find out what's wrong so when we did the testing at that time it was a blood draw and it had to be a person that came to your office or they came to your house and they drew the blood and then it was sent off Which we did and Dr. Louis came back that he was not only gluten intolerant but he was borderline Celia disease. Which is what that turns into if it's uncontrolled so you know telling someone to quit eating gluten and then seeing it on a on a report where it's glaring at you telling you this is the result of you. Eating gluten is two different things which made us want to start offering this test. So Dr Lewis Stop Gluten. He thought well that's the issue. I'll stop it. He did and immediately. He started feeling better and I thought so. I did the test mine. Wasn't that bad. It wasn't great turns out that anybody who lives in the United States has it to some degree because of the Chemical crawls and the increase in gluten in the grange compared to what it was a few decades ago right and so we both more so than I will make sure he does not eat gluten in a meal and I cannot tell you the difference in how you feel with your digestive system. You know if you're suffering from you know things like bloating and brain fog and and you eat something that you just feel like it. Just you can't. You're not gonNA ever process it. It's probably because you have some sort of an allergy to it But belly pain diarrhoea. Muscle pain anxiety. Headaches nausea confusion numbness. They're all signs of it. And frankly with the lab testing the way it was at the time. And I know many of you and I'm sweating explaining this many of you've been asking us when you're GonNa get this going because we really want to do this We couldn't count on having a person that would draw the blood all the time everywhere because we are able to to draw lab across the United States. It's not always convenient place for someone to get drawn so vibrant look really just came out with The ability to have it as a finger prick test in your home so the way it works is we've said everything up on our website. It's under Specialty panels tab at the top and it explains to you. What all is in this test? And these tests that we've seen before because Dr has looked at them many times from different companies there about three thousand dollars to run what we're running for six hundred dollars and the fact that it can be a finger prick test in your home so you're secure. You don't have to go to a lab which a lot of people are scared of now and it doesn't take that much blood to do. All of this is just. We're just so excited to be bringing it to you But they have what? You're what you'll get for that six hundred dollars as a wheat. Zumur panel a leaky gut panel and a food sensitivity profile panel of ninety. Six foods Where'd you fill out the Hell Star Bay? If you've not done our health survey it'll ask you it. It includes Wheat Gluten and electons. And then you'll be able to pick two more primary foods that you eat the most of and those are added but it it detects wieght and gluten related disorders it aids in this specific recognition of antibodies to wheat peptides including gluten and non gluten components along with intestinal permeability. It allows detection of protein. Antibodies associated with wheat and gluten sensitivities. Were information to reduce monitor and manage the inflammatory effects of those sensitivities. So you'll be able to tail and it. It gives it to you in beautiful reports. It tells you what you may be missing nutritionally not specifically our products but just in general which Dr Lewis will turn around and come up with products that are ours to correlate to these tests. So that you'll know which things you need. So Dr Lewis. Can you explain to us? How Leaky Gut. Why why would we test for that so much? You know what? What is it? We're trying to see with leaky gut. Well the Gluten Causes Zanjan Zanjan opens up the gaps and then the leaky gut can absorb poorly digested food. Proteins back to our microbes and it gets things in your blood stains bloodstream. You don't really want It's just a bad thing. A you know anybody. Listen to enough my podcast. Now that I get in different moods well. I'm in a different mood today. You know you know my main thing I want to say. Today's it's you know we. We named this thing. It's hard to run your Fort It's also hard to lose weight when you have overactive knife and fork so folks you've gotta take responsibility Lake Innis is very very very common number. We'll get into maybe a little bit of detail but you know I looked up. Some research and it said leaking can be reduced by Herbs Courson Journal and Pharmacology And we have had trouble keeping our courson slash Brahma Lane in stock although we have in stock now because there was plenty of research that says corser tend to really really good for things that are Respiratory illnesses you. Draw your own conclusion there but It's really good because it has not just the Carson but rude and Brahma Lane. Pat Pain Pancreatic and which includes lap as protease and analyze. Because you need the enzymes and it's really really good. My Barranca have always always been a my weak area and I've been talking to in the morning to at night and you know it also lowers inflammation because that shows in your c reactive protein. Her chance heart attack and stroke and I've been taking it home I got. I feel better than I felt in years but given up. The gluten was good thing so think about the gut leak in this can be reduced by taking a course. It's not just about lowering your c reactive protein. It's about all kinds of other things. I'd say get away from grains I have plenty of stuff here depend on how much you WanNa get into but You have to you know. Had One patient says well. I did a test and I learned to get off of whatever food was bothering her. The number one is weight Number two is milk like if you have colitis or IBS and again if you WANNA really
"ninette" Discussed on Nobody Listens to Paula Poundstone
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Is You know what this people can use it to go to work and go back from work. This is a long episode Adam exceptionally good news. You and I love doing this. PODCAST CAST Tony. Tony seems to have made peace with it but of course the only way we can continue making the podcast is if we attract more listeners. The best way to do that is through word of mouth from are deeply satisfied. Fans the problem is that for many listeners telling their friends and loved ones that they are. Nobody listens to Paula. The poundstone the comedy podcast listeners can be an awkward conversation so for a while. Now I've been writing simple sample dialogue each week to pave that road for our listeners. You have on occasion been skeptical. Here's where here's where. I'm getting to the good news this week on social media one of our listeners. SNER Ninette Brubaker. Tewksbury reached out to ask me how she might share with her friends and family over the holidays that she listens to. Nobody listens to Paula. Poundstone the comedy podcast which means that our listeners are taking our requests to spread the word seriously thank you ninette Burr Baker experience. I recommend broaching the difficult subject over a holiday dinner which let's face. It is already crowded with awkward moments. True try this Nannette. Br Abakar Tewksbury parents neighbor. This may be the best stuffing and gravy. I've ever had thank you so much for having me. Ninette Burr Baker tewksbury parents. What a wonderful family? You have net per Baker Tewksbury father. Well thank you here. Her have some more stuffing. What is your baby due? The net burger to experienced parents neighbor. Actually I'm not pregnant. Thank you know. I think I'm full now. Net Burger Tewksbury father. Oh well yeah well. I'll just now net Burr Baker tewksbury teenage niece. I'm pregnant net Annette Brubaker. tewksbury sisters slash nieces mother. What net burberry to experise teenage niece? 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"ninette" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM
"Tom Roberts explains DNC chairman, Tom res- side of the story in the New Yorker about extremely close ties between FOX and the Trump administration. The article suggested that FOX has become a propaganda vehicle for the White House. Peres told the Washington Post that he doubts FOX can host a fair and neutral debate among democratic candidates. Fox News has responded, urging the DNC to reconsider Tom Roberts NBC News Radio Democrats on Wednesday, confronted homeland security secretary Kirsten meal sent over the situation that the US Mexican border during a house hearing, Mississippi democrat Bennie Thompson accused Nielsen of evading questions about migrant children being detained in cages. She replied, we don't use cages for children, California, Democrat Ninette baragan said she witnessed asylum-seekers being turned away from a US port of entry despite Nielsen's claim that the US doesn't do that. Baragan. Also challenged the Trump administration's migrant family separation policy. Nielsen said there's no such. Policy and baragan called that comment. Outrageous Facebook is moving to focus more on privacy. Brian shook has more in a blog post. Ceo, Mark Zuckerberg explained that the company plans to work toward privacy focused principals such as encryption safety and secure data storage. He explained that the future of communications will shift to private encrypted services. Where people are confident their conversations are secure in that effort Zuckerberg announced that it's working to integrate messaging operations between what's app, Instagram and Facebook, Brian shook NBC News Radio. Amazon is getting out of the pop up store. Business starting next month the retailer confirmed it's closing those stores and instead is going to focus on opening bookstores. The cashier less Amazon, go stores will continue and Hines is adding some new hybrid condiments. They are a mayo must mayonnaise mixed with mustard and mayo cue which mixes mayonnaise with barbecue sauce the sauces come in the same sixteen point five ounce bottles as their mayo chop predecessor of mayo.
"ninette" Discussed on Who? Weekly
"Thank you one two three datum. Yeah. For show. Yes. I don't think that's a question. And if anything getting them ear by them in it, which is really cool just like an older actress like getting more and more famous. Yeah. And not kind of falling by the wayside like a lot of gloves this weekend. Yeah. It's going to be good highlands. Ian, bobby? Is John Blaney a who or them? Let me know what you think. Thanks, bye woman to three this be them custody. This be them. But them either them, I think, so we don't have that many like them e stand up comedians that are like very purely stand up like we're working like net, not in a it and the it. But I think that he is like he is. I think he is also was it ruse to to say like we are not going to be hearing from hand. God's be anytime soon. Like, what is Hannah Gadsby is next? What does Hannah Gadsby next move and more importantly, who cares? What's funny? If you say Ninette Gadsby kind of sounds like the great Gatsby like if you just say it faster if you say it. Hypocrites beat honestly, like stop move on who cares next up high up, my friends, and I are having a debate is William eight may be a who or them. Thanks. Bye, one-two-three them. Yeah. Let's let's he's a little busy. We'll see Hoffman A-List my fearless. Couple five. Explicity? What was her? What was her her blogs name? It's like the of Pepe. It's like a blog, my friend Pippa. My Felicity Huffman blog. We've definitely talked about it on the web on the on the boss. Yeah. I already forgot. It's called like got got about a Pepe. Oh, what the flicker? Oh my God. That's what this Libertad what the. What the flick of? But the guy is. Named for. Well, look is doing great the current banner image on what the flick dot com is a stock photo. No, it's not even a stock photo. It's like four women sitting around a table. One of whom is listening of men, and it says we went to work with you registered to find out about our partnership opportunities. And they're all these like blinds and things and it says partnership opportunities include mom, flew insiders. Mom proponent Moore's funny. Moms content, creators, and mom bloggers clicked to learn more. She doing in game. What the flick is selling a mug that says brawlers is flawless.
"ninette" Discussed on KOMO
"I'm Tom Glasgow. And we're about two minutes away from an update on our AAA traffic. First President Trump has threatened to cut all government subsidies to General Motors, including for electric cars ABC's, Cecilia Vega reports the president telling the Washington Post, I'm doing deals and I'm not being accommodated by. The fed. They're making a mistake because I have a gut, and my gut tells me more sometimes than anybody else's brain can ever tell me, and he's also criticizing the very leader. He chose to run the fed Jerome Powell saying, I'm not even a little bit happy with my selection of j not even a little bit. And I'm not blaming anybody. But I'm just telling you, I think that the fed is way off base with what they're doing. And after speaking with the GM CEO, I'm not happy about cars, not selling. Well, the president is now delivering a blunt message via tweet saying the US save General Motors. And this is the thanks. We get we are now looking at cutting all GM subsidies, including four electric cars. But it is not that easy. The president needs congress to pass new legislation to end those tax credits. That's ABC's Cecilia Vega. Meanwhile, workers continue to speak out about those closures at several plants in North America. That part of the story from ABC's. Eva pilgrim, always take it out on the backs of the workers and the consumers not their stockholders Ninette Jonathan who works at GM's Lordstown plant speaking with ABC news, putting some of the blame for the fourteen thousand plus layoff squarely at President Trump's feet. Trump.
"ninette" Discussed on KCRW
"Live at the moth. The night before I flew to my divorce. I was standing alone in my bra and underwear and basic black pumps trying on dress after dress, and it wasn't sexy. And I wasn't sassy. I didn't have any girlfriends with me though. It would have been a perfect chick lit wrong com. Scenario for me to give a gay divorce a fashion show. I didn't have any kids to watch me though, at thirty eight I wanted them, and I didn't even have my own mirror to look in because I had been subletting a furnished department ever since moving to Manhattan from LA during the separation from the man, we will now call my husband, would I did have was this hot desire to show up in court wearing something that would say to my husband, see what you've been. Missing when he had not been missing me at all. In had in fact, been dating a bartender whom fit model who was a decade younger than I was. And if you're wondering whether I googled her. Oh, yes, I did. And she was I mean, you can say it with me. She was blonde. She was tall. She was thin and tan according to her modeling photos online. She enjoyed riding a bicycle in a bikini with no helmet. And I realize that focusing on what to wear to the funeral of your marriage may sound silly or June. If I may use that word, and I'd really liked you. But I knew that being in my husband's presence for the first time in ten months, would yank my heart and quicken. My pulse. And that sounds like the stuff of romance novels, but it was really the stuff of corrosive karma. I met this funny handsome tall. And when we were in our twenties, and he was quite bald then because he had just survived cancer. And I was quite sad. Then because my mother had just died of cancer. And I think we thought we would heal each other. And the sweetness of our early days had diminishing returns, and I loved him madly slavishly, and he loved me to we just we just loved each other wrong. And I always loved him more. My lawyer had promised that there would be no drama in the courtroom because we didn't have a single shared asset. I mean, we had these crate and barrel gift cards, which were the only things we registered for because we couldn't agree on anything else. But besides that nothing and all we had to do to release ourselves from our marriage was signed this piece of paper. But my husband wanted to see me in court. And I didn't know what to expect. I didn't. I didn't know what I would say or feel and I didn't know what he wouldn't say or wouldn't feel. So my literal appearance was the only thing I could control about my legal appearance. And honestly, it was it was such a relief to focus on something as superficial as a dress after years years of addressing deeper concerns. You know, I I got to dig in my closet, rather than my soul. Here's what it came down to. I wanted to look beautiful for my divorce. I wanted the man to whom I was saying I don't to look at me and think I was pretty and feel sad. He was losing me. Because that would mean I'd mattered. Also. Focusing on what to wear to my divorce was an easy way to be glib about something painful. I mean, honestly, there is something very chic about flying in from New York to Los Angeles to get divorced. You know, it's kind of auntie mame. And my friend Joe begged me to wear a black pillbox hat with lace that would cover my eyes. And one of my brothers told me to look very law and order, and my other brother told me to look sex in the city fabulous. I seriously considered wearing one of my reliable beloved Diane von Furstenberg wrap dresses, but I didn't want to taint it with bad juju. Now, the funny thing is my wedding. Dress was a cinch to pick out I shop for it alone. Because I didn't have a mother or a sister. And it was the very first one. I tried on. I was getting married in a fifteenth century chapel in Scotland and this stress it had ethereal gauntlet sleeves and this was way before I ever saw a game of thrones episode. And I went back to look at the dress with my best male girlfriend whose name is Manfred. And when he saw me in my wedding dress. He whispered just one word inevitable. Sadly Manfred was not with me when I was picking out my divorce true. So and so I had this pile of dresses on my bed. I didn't buy anything new it seemed wasteful, and I was going going through my dresses in my closet one by one. And there was this one dress. I kept dismissing because it was very grown up and elegant and the neediest part of me thought I had to look a little bit sexy in court. But this dress told me to step in it awkwardly zip myself up, and it was the one. A silk Ninette Lepore with this black and tan and purple pattern that somehow simultaneously evokes peacock feathers and leopard-print which I thought was inappropriate in combination. And the clincher was it had pockets, which lent. It a care an era of casual insouciance that I did not possess. But I didn't realize until after I packed the dress. Why it was so extraordinary? And I remembered that I had bought it at a sample sale a year earlier in Manhattan on a cold fall evening. And as I was leaving the sale my was been called with some legal threat. And as I was walking through Times Square with the phone to my ear, and my arms Laden with bags of beautiful deeply discounted close. It occurred to me I could hang up on him. And this had never occurred to me before because I spent years clinging to his every word, and I did it. I just hung up. And it was it was like giving myself keys to my own cage. And every time he called back, and I didn't answer I get a little less sick to my stomach, and I just kept walking through the cold night air and the world kept spinning and the lights in Times Square. Didn't even flicker. And that's the origin story of my divorce. Dress the accessories were cake, my mother's gold. Celtic cross says if it offered some kind of armor. Beige patent heels, which we know elongate the legs. My toenails were painted modern girl, and my fingernail polish was starter wife. I cared about the jewelry and the shoes and the nail polish because I cared about those things on my wedding day. And on a meaningful day, whatever you wear can have. Meaning because it becomes what I wore that day. Whether that day is a beginning or an end. When I get out of the taxi at the municipal court house of Los Angeles. My lawyer escorts me up to the eighth floor, and we exit the elevator. And we're walking down this long hallway. And it's like it's like my attorney is some weird legal dad who's giving me away on my divorce day. But what really gives me away or my heels which are clicking so loudly on the tile floor, and I had wanted to see my husband before he heard me. But it was also instant I was about fifty feet away from the courtroom, and I saw him pacing outside and at the same oment. He heard me, and he looks up and my heart lunches. It is crazy. It is crazy how fast your heart can be when you're approaching the person, you're divorcing. And he looked strong and somehow taller. And I I caught my breath seeing him this man that I had married just a few years earlier under a gothic nave instead of the fluorescent lighting of a courthouse and the sun had streamed through the stained glass on our wedding day. And I remember trying to slow my walk down the aisle because my husband was staring at me like he never had before. And I just thought this aisle is too short to hold this moment. And when he saw me for the first time in my inevitable wedding dress, he blinked his eyes so hard and fast as if his own tears surprised him. And my veil was a blush it covered my face and for once in our whole relationship. He was the naked and emotional one. And I was the less transparent one. And I remember thinking someday, I will tell her children how their father looked at me on this day. But on this day on the floor of the superior court. The father of the children, we never ended up. Having looked at me for half a second. He glanced at me by accident. Really? And then turned on his heels and went into the courtroom where he studied his ipad with intense concentration until the judge arrived when the judge arrives we sit in this row. And it's it's my husband and his lawyer in me and my lawyer and for a half an hour. I tried to get him to look at me. I crane my neck. I scoot, my chair back. I'm like pushing it back on the back to legs, which is not safe twisting. My torso. And I just want to give him a small sad smile. The kind where the corners of your mouth turned down just to some kind of respectful closure for the decade. We spent failing to love each other properly. And now my heart's not beating faster sinks into my gut. And I'm thinking, dude, you married me. You you invented hilarious nicknames for me? And you won't even look at me this one last time. I mean, this is it. And he never looked my way. I thought he wanted to see me in court. And after all that energy. I put into deciding how I should look. I never wondered whether he would look. Which is ironic and maybe inevitable. Just two years later, I wear another wedding dress this one more exquisite than the first because when I walked down the aisle in it. My first child is inside me. And soon after marrying the man, I call my husband I in bed. It's early evening. I'm exhausted in nauseated, and I'm flipping through a magazine to try to put me to sleep. And I see this ad for naked juice with this fit young lady out for a run, and I just kind of sleepy. And I think oh, I can't run. Oh that juice look. So good. And then I do the slow MO double-take. And I realize that the runner in this ad is my husband's girlfriend. And I'm so happy. I can't run. And I'm forty years old, and I won't fit into any of my dresses for quite a while. I wish I could go back and tell that motherless Perner lists childless woman standing in front of a rented mirror trying on dress after dress for her divorce that would seems to fit you now may not suit you at all a season, hence, and you'll outgrow old favorites and slip effortlessly into something new. Thank you..
"ninette" Discussed on Quirks and Quarks
"Let's try an experiment. I'm gonna take you an average Canadian from your comfortable home in your comfortable town. I'm going to cage you put you on a plane and fly you hundreds of kilometres into the wilderness. And once there, I'm going to leave you so you can start a new life in the wild living on and from the land as nature intended. Now, I suspect unless you're a very special kind of person this won't likely end. Well, that's because humans are domesticated animals for the most part, our comfortable habitat is no longer a natural one. We don't have the skills our instincts to survive in a completely wild environment. And if that makes sense to you, then you understand exactly the problem. We're going to discuss today as human activity devastates natural environments, conservationists are increasingly being pushed to desperate measures to try and save at risk species. They capture animals in the wild. Vancouver island marmots woodland caribou African cheetahs they raise them and breed them in captivity building up their numbers building a reserve population to eventually release into the wild. But what we're finding is that this captive rearing itself is having unintended consequences captivity can change an animal sometimes permanently. It can result in accidental domestication that means that when they go back into the wild and environment. They're no longer adapted to it's a struggle to survive. It's an issue. Scientists are increasingly aware of my name is Gabriella master, Monaco. I'm the curator of reproductive programs and research at Toronto zoo, unintentional adaptation, it's a situation where animals are changing their FINA type their behavior at cetera under selection pressures where they're not intentional the whole notion of accidental domestication. Is something we first encountered when we visited a salmon hatchery for our what to save conservation special weird in September. Simon hatcheries play an important role in our fisheries by replenishing, salmon, stocks for economic cultural and conservation purposes, but that hatch refound they were raising their fish in a way that was compromising their future survival in the wild. And they've been conducting a fascinating experiment to see if they can give their accidents domesticated salmon a bit more of a wild streak. Overpower? I'm the watershed enhancement manager of Ninette river Hatcher, which is on the west coast. Vancouver wrongs what we're doing for the wild stock is we're raising them taking wild fish from the wild raising a hatchery and then releasing them reintroducing them back into the wild. So they'll be able to survive and soon away come back natural spawning the rivers how much like wild fish are. They when they leave it because these are not natural condition. Hatch officially just look to the sky for the pellet coming from feeder, right? And they don't have an experienced with predators as well. In the past for Ninette hatch. We've always use race ways and in raceway. It's very slow moving environment. It's not a very fast. It's not very there's not a lot of law city. These are traditional hatchery approach original hatchery approach. We basically have an impoverished environment just boring fate forward and officials swim around and you can see the behavior differences. These ones are swimming close to you. So these ones when you let them go. They'll be looking to the surface for the first blue Heron or the first duck..
"ninette" Discussed on Who? Weekly
"Read up. It's been so long since we've talked about redevelop to, you'd think she'd be up to so much, but like she's really not up to them? No, she's still. She's trying on some clothes. She showing for style and she was covered of another magazine. Oh, my, you know. No, which which the hell in style in style? Like central Russia. Which in style in style? Russia and I, I am in Russian. Her name is. Pinta Oba, but that's not how you say it, but it's like if I were trying to read cyrillic it's a completely different or whatever. It's a completely different alphabet. Right? So it's like p backwards n. t. a. Oba which I love because it's hopefu- like it seems like celebratory. Okay. How do you pronounce read or. I don't know. There also were two features about Rita that I didn't read, which I think is really bad on my part. I should have read them, but I didn't read them this one, Middle East, Middle East clash one. I've always been wearing crazy looks. She says to me two hours earlier. Yeah, I know people think that they can't wear that stuff. And I had this thing in me where I just have to show people that I can wear it. It's so true, read it. You wear anything. Anyone Hansie. It's so true non a rude way, but also kind of rude way you will wear anything? No, it's in both. She will wear anything. I'm sorry, this photo this photo for a blazer and Esquerra Middle East is the funniest thing. It's like, it's like this looks like this looks like she looks like the like mean bitch, like. Mean, bitch girl like the early blunt character, like a move abroad, comedy about business and and it's like she's the mean girl in the office because it's like who the hell who the hell is this person. My favorite thing about rita's that like in a single slide show from the exact same photo shoot, she could be a covering her nipples and then right after that, just showing the nipples. Well, she she gives you both where she's like, I'm coy, but then also hear this. I like that she gives us a little bit of everything. She's good. She's good. I love that. I love that. We put this up top accidentally. She'll Solloway dating. Hannah cads is really put that in the dock, and I just put it in the bottom of freedom. I didn't even think, oh, so Hannah. Gadsby is dating. Jill Solloway. Shocker funny, couldn't care. I can't stop laughing about. The joke about, but we were texting about how funny we just keep calling Hannah Gadsby. Hey, the net and she's like, I'm Hannah. And it's like, no, I thought your name was net and she's like, my name's Hanoch. It's beat and you're like, what? Net we will. Jill Solloway calls her Ninette in bed. Everyone. Everyone. Honestly, if Hannah Gadsby remind friends, she won't be up to the segment. I would. You bet your ass. I call her the net I put on my phone as the net forget even like I don't even remember the context of Ninette, but it is really funny. She says, when she started writing the the, the comedy show, she was dating someone named a net and they broke up. She didn't change the name. It's like she kept the name of the net. So because that's the initial Jimmy. Good. So it's still funny if we call her Ninette villa joke because that's the opening joke before net gets serious dark. Don't tell her. Before the special Monette like, but Ninette also gets dark on the net. Yes. And then that gets Ninette win. The net gets dark me as a Burris set Starbucks. She's like, what's the name for the order? She says, Hannah, I write net on the and you give her a big wing. You're like either. See you net. I just think of like a UPS man leaning out of a truck net, what's good enough? It's so unknown. Joke about lesbian comic. I can't. I love. I love that. They're dating me to. It's per. It's literally perfect. Nothing's ever been more obvious God. You know what? Let's just end this. I was going to say something. I don't want to say anything anymore. It's been one hour. Well, it won't be dry. Cut it down, then a longtime and the you'd better not cutting your keeping the net in the re-dissect.
"ninette" Discussed on Diet Starts Tomorrow
"No, I just heard about it. Okay. So she so her whole point is like she started comedy, her whole act about self-deprecation and sort of like making fun of herself but hurt. But the point of Ninette is that like that wasn't actually making hers a stand up? It's up. Yeah, it stand up, but now the stand up is like, I'm not gonna make fun of myself to get you to laugh at me. I'm going to make a point and it's going to be funny and there's going to be humor in it, but really like my point supersedes the humor. And I think that you see that with music. You see that with like writing as even like, look at our first book and look at the book we're coming out with now when happy hour, how to work hard work. It's pretty order at two weeks. Everyone get it too from today. What days it's edge to? Yes, two weeks, holy shit. So yes. So I think you see that in a lot of different places in society that like that women, what they're putting out is able to be more personal. It's not. It doesn't just have to be like, give me attention. Give me attention. Let me make this thing acceptable very easily accessible to as many people as possible. You know. Also, I thought watching the movie was that I like Chris, a lady Gaga all's Jewish documentary on that flex. No, I did not. She liked talks about. I mean, it's very like self-serving kind of lady Gaga talks about her pain and like how much she works for her fans and whatever. But like she, you know. That kind of, but anybody. But I liked it because it was interesting how she talks about her relationships and how they and her breakup and how they MIR her successes. And so like anytime she like she, she goes through her breakup and then talks about like, this is what I wanna Grammy. This got my engagement was off or like all those things, and it's very interesting and that aside, I thought it was really kind of cool that you watch this movie and she doesn't look good. A lot of times she's it was kind of interesting I was battling with. I think she like maybe has gained some weight since when she was way skinnier. You know what I mean? And she's talked about it and like she doesn't chew amazing. But the whole time I was thinking like Gog on the egg would never watch this twenty five year old Gago would watch us and not would not be confident, but I think like thirty two year old Gago which. She's now watching this and like being able to express herself without like with like shedding her. Insecurities, right. To put this out, makes more powerful. And like, I think makes it okay to like show yourself. Like not in the most positive light all the time. Right. Well, that's kind of what I'm saying is her nose and like she talked about on the movie too. That's what I'm saying in the in the movie like she talks about her nose, and she highlights that. I thought I just I was so good. I'm gonna cry again, but I think it's all it was enabled not just by like her by her own growth in her own aging..
"ninette" Discussed on KSRO
"Don't grow garlic garlic lakes. Radishes Ninette loves you. Gotta get those in. Okay. Thank grow beats put radishes and now over. Beets and carrots. What else do I have lined up? I'm gonna try corn salad which is mosh mush. But I forgot what my father-in-law calls it. No, it's an term they use. Oh, he's going to be mad at me because I don't remember. But there's a Swiss term for it. And they use it a lot in Switzerland. So he got me hooked onto it. He usually grows at very early in the spring very ill in the spring. But I'm going to try it in the fall and see if I'll be successful. But those little tiny rosettes of greenery that has a nice flavor to it. I can't describe it. But MAC H E for corn salad or something. It begins with an L terrible. And what a one or two carats that are foolproof if there is little finger because those are about the size of your index finger. And scarlet mantis. That's another very sweet carrot easy to grow. I could give you two more. Also that are very easy. Danvers? Those verse something and read core Shan today. These are all heirlooms and they're fast growing on the smaller side. Scarlet Nancy's, though is a nice longer carrots. Slender is a danvers versus long slender shorten shorter stubby. So depending on your soil. You might not want to grow the scarlet. I mean this scarlet none. Forget it the Nancy's because it is a long carry in a six or seven inches long. So if your soil is not workable that deep sometimes they get stunted and they grow funky and whatnot. But little finger flavor. Yeah. Those are three that I grow and they're excellent. They're all really sweet, we'll take a break by gosh. Well, it took care of your garden. I gotta talk about annuals and Perennials when we come back, actually, you know, we could just blab away forever. But if you want to give us a call and chat for a bit. We will certainly stop our blabbing and talk with you at any moment when you decide to give us a call six three six thirteen fifty or if you want to shoot us an Email. That's perfectly wonderful and accompanied with a photo or two that's even more wonderful that we can see what you're up to in your yard or garden..
Hannah Gadsby's Nanette adds pathos to comedy
"Say very quickly. If you haven't seen Hannah Gatsby a net, Annette flex, go watch it. Go check it out on admit, I put it on a week or so ago, watch the first five or ten minutes and then got caught up with work and wasn't feeling particularly compelled to come back to it just based on that opening. But then I kept reading. People were saying, including our own writers wired, you have to go watch this. You have to watch the so I finished it and to call it a comedy special is a little bit of a mischaracterization because it's not entirely comedy. It really has this amazing nuance and depth to it, and it really reaches this very emotional crescendo where. Gadsby really reveals a lot about some of the traumas it for past and speak openly about some of the basically like socio sort of political issues that we're all dealing with today and social issues really. And and it's just a, it's a, it's a heavy watch, but it's it's good. You should watch it. That's my watch comedians in cars, getting coffee, Jerry Seinfeld thing. I've seen a couple. I don't watch it regularly. There's an episode from this recent season where he, he's talking about young comics and young comment audiences. They want that peso's they want in in their comedy special. They want that sock in the gut, and he's like, but when you play the people who are like thirty five and older and they've got kids and you've got mortgages and they're on their second marriage, they're like, you know what? I'm fine the pay. Those just make me laugh. Yeah, I think it's it depends on what mood urine. Like if you might feel like watching Michelle wolf one night and then another night you're going to watch Ninette and it's going to be a totally different experience. But I actually think it's really wonderful that this comedy genre, especially this one hour special is being redefined in some
"ninette" Discussed on This Is Only A Test
"Yeah, that's good that that's a slippery slope and no one episode of week. No one likes the weekly cadence because they want to watch what happens after that cliffhanger they wanna watch the next episode and that that was what you had going for you when you were making battle star galactica and you. You wanted to entice your viewer to come back next week, but I don't know. I feel like it's unpleasant as of your, and I would rather have that for someone like you, you can wait for the whole series to to finish airing and then binge all. Well, now this is the counterpoint which is that if if you do that, if you I do weight in order to been, but then I. I'm everyone's no one's hooking about it anymore. Right. Like after Westworld is over Westworld season, what are we to? I, I haven't gone back to watch it because it's not a part of the conversation. So the one of the economic advantages of them dropping wants is they do capture that. We people have to watch it all in your forced to have the watercooler talk for the whole show. I guess. I don't know if sustainable. For the growth rates. It seems to be working well for the comedy specials and how January buzz, but those costs much less for production. Yeah, I want to give a re recommendation for for Ninette reread com. Adam recommended on on title last week. Yeah, it's it's really difficult watch though, or it's not a typical watch. I would say don't expect a comedy special in the traditional sense of the word. What is it and wears it? It's enough. It's. Australian comedian, and it is. Deconstruction of a comedy special. Hey, did you hear Hamilton is headed for theaters, possibly? Yes, yes, they might be putting because we knew that they shot the production there before the original cast disperse before. I don't even know who was the first person leave, was it limo minimum around who was the first one to leave the regional cast, but bef- with the original cast they film to full performances with an audience or without. I do not believe with an audience oak for the cow for the camera, blocking out the camera moves. And while Hollywood producers have trying to find a way to adapt Hamilton for a two hour, long movie ended up being the best thing to do was to just release the recording of the performance. But the contract states, this will not have put the IRS until after maybe twenty twenty one that the wild from now. Now what I was hoping for was a Miserables version of Hamilton, where were they take actors? And I'm sure Lynn minimum would play the lead, but in any case, the actors would have been on proper sets, but also properly might where you get actual reported performance. Right, right. Live in person. It's not overdone, and at least this, this gets that even if it's the Broadway set, which is lower budget than when I was hoping for the Broadway sent allows for the creative, blocking the critic choreography within that confined space, which is such that it no come on. There's there's compared you the creative said, but it was the Broadway said it was a set that was produced four stage production. Yeah, I understand that. I think a live action movie can still replicate. Krell creativity recorder graphic it with around and everything. We'll see. I'm just glad that it will be live, vocal performances. I can't. I couldn't see the the New York show, so I'd love to see them last thing, venom, new Benham trailer dropped. I watched it. These two haven't don't watch it watch it don't because it's not good or because of spoils too much little both. Oh, interesting..
"ninette" Discussed on Why Won't You Date Me?
"Like you watch Ninette and yes, yes, people listening if you haven't seen a net. It's a wonderful Netflix special by Hannah Gatsby believe. And she talks about like like she honestly like deconstructs a joke and tells you why like there's tension you've release enter, blah, blah. But like me, talking about being fat is like not internalized. Hate only started writing fat jokes. When I became happy with my body and he's with my body and the fact that people can't like laugh along with me was like, mind boggling and hard. And I was just like racking my brain trying to figure out why these fucking jokes didn't work. And then one night I was like, oh, it's because they're looking at the person on stage is fat and going. You don't have an ideal body and I'm sorry for you and you're joking about it because you're sad about it too, and it's like on in. No, no. You feel you feel empowered by the audience and the audience feels like sort of thrown thrown by your impoundment. They haven't been along for that journey. Very, it's been very interesting. And lately that my responses have been pretty good because I've been trying to run this thirty minutes. I'm going to type excited about it and I've been running it and said it about it. I'm going to be in Montreal to, oh, well, you have course recording, especially Montreal So excited. excited half hour. Netflix special baby. Yeah. And I've been running it and I like, did weaken in west Nyack New York. And this woman like tweeted at me and she was like, thank you for talking about being fat..
"ninette" Discussed on #GoodMuslimBadMuslim
"And he's like, hi, Dunkin. I said, this is our area, and he was like, oh, did I call you again? I was like, no, no, you call the right number. I'm Dunkin's wife and he goes. Oh, oh, well, if you wanna come Tuesday, that's so funny. And then at the place that I was like, okay, number one, I don't wanna be like ginger Franken, echo park. You know, it's pretty bad down there. The rental prices like skyrocketing, like people favoring white folks clearly clearly, and I, I just didn't want to participate in that. So I moved somewhere else which I'm not gonna share. 'cause you could probably find it if you really care that much, but we like showed up, got the place, those it. That's amazing, congrats. Thank you. May have to move then because you make it sound so easy. Definitely use my white man. I will always use your white man when it comes benefit for society. It is his donation to our podcast onto the big topics. Okay. So we usually talk about hot topics on the front end of our podcast. But I guess this is kind of a hot topics. You have a show coming out. You guys may have heard me talk about my show before it's called on behalf of all Muslims. Yeah, we've talked about naming it on our podcast. Yes. And I'm still like, you know, working with the title, you know, thinking about it, it is time for. Your show? Yeah, I'm in the development phase. And then in August, I have nine shows in the bay area at Bravo theater that is amazing. Bravo theaters is, isn't that where you're all atheists are Muslim show was also at no, my all atheists are Muslim. Show debuted at stage works theater and then went all over the country. This show I actually have a fiscal sponsor, golden thread, theater productions, and then I'll be in their season in two thousand nineteen and okay, there are a couple of things I'm doing with this show. Okay. And it's cool that because Hannah Gadsby Ninette on Netflix came out, you know, and she talks about comedy in this very meta way like what is the function of comedy and how comedy has sort of like kept her from being able to talk about so much of the growth that has been a part of her artistic life? Yeah, athletic when I was watching nannette that it was kind of like a masterclass of how to do comedy. 'cause she was like telling. Jokes, and then she'd like stop and pause and then rolled back to the joke in of like, explain what she had done through the process, which is really fascinating to watch. Yeah, and it was so important to have like that in the mainstream and like everybody talking about it because so often what happens with comedy is people are just like, well, if it's funny, it's funny, that's it. Yeah, you know. And now it's not just like Hari kondabolu versus the Simpsons though. You know, now we have Hannah gets talking about it in this other way which we need. And so I'm bringing another aspect of like looking at comedy in this sort of medicines in terms of like the constant educating that I am expected to do as a Muslim Iranian performer. So it's not a story you're telling you're going to be talking about other things is he gonna be very dynamic is going to be a comedy special is going to be stand up. They'll be stories, they'll will also be graphics. I'm going to be teaming up with some graphic designers who had candle eight come out bell power. This is going to actually go further than just PowerPoint. I'll animation. Yes. I mean, come out bells. Power points are pretty amazing though yet his PowerPoint skills are like. But people may get confused because Kamau's PowerPoint is part of the w. Kamau bell curve, which has his one man show this different than private school negro, which is on Netflix. Now you could stream that what you should you should..
"ninette" Discussed on The Filmcast
"He is saying offensive in groves and it's like, you know, his his, his offered a cash is offensive on its face. It's essentially that like I am creating a new slave race, and I know they're going to try to rebel. So I need you to be my inside man. And keep them in check. But like it's, it's just a, you know that he says something like, I'm just being rational and it's like the whole. It's just, I mean, it's amazing. It's just the way the confront you and it makes you laugh. Then it makes you kinda. We were talking about like Ninette and things like that. It's like this is a very challenging comedy that doesn't want you to just have a good time like it wants you to laugh at once you to engage with how crazy it is, but then it wants you to walk away like, holy shit, wait a minute, and I'm excited that so many people on Twitter. I'm seeing like I don't. I don't know how far they're getting in their in their discussions at home or their digestion or whatever. And but like, you know, I, I'm excited now that more people are seeing it because when I saw it, I only a few people that had seen it. So I didn't get to talk with people about it because I was like, there's no way to do that without me. Like painting your version of this movie, do feel like anybody who sees movies. I gotta talk about this with somebody like, Jeff, I totally understand what you're saying about like the themes and everything. Like how on the nose this movie can be. But at the same time, like man, it feels. Like a lot of movies these days or so chicken shit about the right is right. And this movie is like, no, you know, making this point, but sit down pay attention. I'm going to hold you by the show your soldiers and make sure you understand what I'm trying to say. And I kind of appreciate that this movie does that too, because it does kind of it wakes up the audience in the way to even if you were just it really forces you to pay attention to what's happening. That's all. I'm sure it could have been done more artfully, but it's so like it really just grabs you this idea of this new slave race. Basically, honestly, this whole thing couldn't come at a better time. I am sure he, you know, he wrote it long before the Trump administration. But yeah, we saw this coming. I would recommend that you guys and the listeners have read this article on medium by Douglas, rush, cough. He's kind of a technology in media. Commentator, very smart guy. It's called survival of. The richest. And in this article he talks about being paid the most money. He's ever been paid by a bunch of billionaires to come and talk to them about the future. And he goes there and he's like, okay, like I'm just going to give them some broad concepts links invest in rate. He gets there and these people are preparing for the end of the world. These people are saying. So I'm building like, you know, a bunker and I want a security team. How keep the security team from rebelling Eric security team from like, you know how to keep them in check. Should we have security colors? Like what's going on here after the apocalypse when their no money? Yeah. Do I make sure that they don't kill me? Yeah. So they've given up in the world, they're not trying to fix it or anything they're trying to survive using, you know, the the power of their money for as long as they can. But just like the idea that that certainly these people exists who have billions of dollars who are this is their main worry in the world, not like let's solve climate change. Let's like fix. The greater societal problems. No, this is what they're worried about. This movie taps into that impulse. Just so perfectly sure. It's also telling within the movie, like one cashes initially yells at his uncle and he's like new people. You who have the land and Bill Nichols like I am your uncle. I gave you your car. You're living migra and it's like he hasn't outrage early on, but it's like it's unfocused at, and then it's like when he actually needs somebody like this, it's still takes them awhile to actually gear up and respond, you know? Yeah..
"ninette" Discussed on WSB-AM
"I mentioned this last hour and I'm I'm circling back to because of another story we're talking about that, I referenced on Herman Cain show, earlier today when I was still an informant and that is. This HBO shows succession I I'm I'm fascinated by these corporate family corporate dynamics I I've always had this view that if I run a business I should encourage my children to, do something else I don't want my kids to be talk show hosts don't want them to be on TV radio one of go do their own. Thing I don't. Want him to feel like they need to be in my shoes They I've always found it somewhat notable that I can think of numerous cases not all cases but numerous cases where Virginia you have, fathers, who were ministers and, so their sons became ministers and the sons, got burnt out on ministry or. At one point just decided they needed to go their own way to separate themselves from data and in. Many cases the way they went with here ac- just I want my kids to go find their own way in. Life, and, I want them to find some they're happy. With, a happy doing and not just feel like they're compelled to, do what I did I always felt so sorry. For Paul Harvey's kid who was so tied to his dad and whatever happened to what is it. Paul Harvey junior I guess after Paul. Harvey passed away who I just a man I love listening to his show Circle, find your own way so I'm fascinated by this show succession which is kind of an, amalgamation echoes of the Sumner Redstone family and of the Murdoch. Family among other things is so I reckon it's on HBO you can get, on HBO go if, you've if you've got an HBO you can subscribe it's not kid friendly you. Should know that obviously, but I I say all that in the run-up to talk about this article by my fringe on Gabriel ricochet, about what has happened to comedy in. Any rights the the twenty fourteen routes nation conference lectured attendees on the systematic oppression of the humor. Desio complex while insisting they were far funnier than those evil conservatives panelists Katie helper a supposed comedian said when the right says we have, no, sense of humor it's, a great way for racist sexist homophobic men, to make themselves seem funny yeah They've lost their, sense of humor if you watch cold bear you watch Jimmy Kimmel you watch a lot of these guys they. Have just lost their. Minds about this president they have lost their, minds about America and they've stopped. Being funny Hannah Gadsby is a comedian, I've, never actually heard of this woman. Before If she's got a comedy. Standup special, on on. Netflix which is actually. Done a pretty, good job. Of of cultivating comedy standup but. Let me just read, you some. Of this the New York Times. Says it is comedy arguing. Against comedy the Atlantic says the most radical thing Hannah, Gadsby dozen knit is simple she. Stops being funny. Cosmopolitan raves quote I cry. Just thinking about, Hannah Gadsby new sand upset net those. Aren't actually tears of joy I, it just it's it's crazy and of course it's Donald Trump let me just read, you this is from Andrew Cahn. At slate who says it's, it's comedy for stand. Up tragedy that's describes it let me. Read you this something is changing but it's broader. Than the comedy industry Ninette challenges and idea of comedy humorous truth, telling. That passed as commonsense. Until pretty recently over the past two years That idea has come in for bruising if not on the stage certainly in the. Public square where buffoonish politicians racist roles and abusive comedians, have stoked to debate about the perils of irony this show ought to. Be seen as a product of. That debate where, you take the anti irony train all the way to the. End of the line one place you, can end up is net sales. Thrilling right there here's a. One more, review this. Is from film school. Rejects the website, disengaging with. Ninette because you don't feel like. It specifically talking to, you does. A disservice to your efforts at. Being inclusive you don't need. To love Ninette you don't even need like it but if you're willing to start the. Special you oh. To yourself and those around. You to at, least see the difficult conversation through and. Here geds b.'s arguments as to, why comedy can often do more harm than good for the people on the stage.
"ninette" Discussed on The Big 98
"Pregnant she was at the state fair walking around hems and cotton candy would also an a oh water breaks no time to get to the hospital two deputies ran over there by the expo center delivered the baby dan ninette allocate low expo away you're gonna love ashland every year the holiday inn express and suites in this town in north a new mexico they take and they do something to pay for their community so this year the hotel donated five thousand dollars to the school and cut everybody's lunch debt out all the kids that were having to go into debt further mills that's a big one that we're starting to finally hear mark how dare the hotel general manager said that as they look they found that a lot of kids weren't able to pay for the food him as a very quiet problem that people weren't sharing once they found out that if wiped did a for everybody thought that that was really cool and that's called tell me something good and everyone loves to come back and even dry hair can have one too with new al vibe extraordinary oil eld live revives hair and just one use leaving your hair healthier shinier in ten times more nourished from l'orientle paris available at your local retailer from the direct auto and life insurance traffic center we're looking pretty decent right now rolled around the city this early tuesday morning everything still quiet forests no crashes no stalls and no delays everything is moving pretty well right now light traffic on the interstates no reported clashes in your way but if you see any traffic troubles and we need to get the word out to give a shout tip line six one five seven four four forty seven fifty two from talk radio fifteen ten wale see him when he hayes with your time saver trappings report is brought to you by hill were plumbing heating cooling and electrical some things shouldn't be transparent light stop signs but what you pay for should always be clear by healers true transparency price always clearly itemised in never any hidden fees because you have the right to know what you're paying for joined marriage homes in the big ninety eight for the grand opening of their newest energyefficient model home sad.
"ninette" Discussed on Road Trippinâ€™: Richard vs. Channing
"Uh nine ad was croatia are ninette with serbian and zoran was uh was uh croatian and he was like oh yes my father his father they try and kill each other right like i did this was like when they were growing up this was during you know the genocide that happened during the war in yugoslavia when it broke up like vladivostok and pages toyonaka village and and uh god like what's his name uh uh god murmur weah here's a little bit from yeah brooklyn hughes say he just remembers like bombs going off and you have no ducking in in lake shelters yeah so it's like when we when we hear the when i hear these stories and we talk about police brutality and we talk about our our squabbles between you know different races and political parties in your like there are guys in this league that remember like fullon like wars right like father father fighting against bothering now here they are color nicola that's what one i'm saying nicola is a serbian right at believe he serbian and it's like put but you you have these guys and i use a sit there and listen to these guys tell stories right in sorin needs to be like oh he thinks he's tough where i'm from i gilliam brand is like it's like wow in his his to hear that like everyone has a story to tell and that's why sports always brings people together because it's like wherever ours story is there's typically stories that are probably far worse and other places so msy like the serbia's to croatia's the the the bosnians uh they would come over here and they would play together right but then when their countries would play against each other all they wouldn't play the national anthems right for like when bosnia our win with croatia will play against serbia because it was so intense in so we aren't at that spot but we need to also understand that like sports can be used in so many different facets you know to bring each other together um and if people are allow.