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Firefighters Battle Dozens of Blazes in California
"Get those new numbers on the fire is as light comes up, and fire crews were able to sort of assess things. So the bobcat fire in the Angeles National Forest, the San Gabriel Hills. It's now burned more than 109,000 acres. That's up, 3000 or so overnight 17% containment. That's AH, fire officials say they have confirmed 29 structures have burned with that number, possibly growing toe 85. They say most Of the homes lost or in the foothill areas of the Antelope Valley, including Juniper Hills, pear Blossom, Guillermo and other nearby communities. L. A County supervisor Catherine Bar, Gerges, people under evacuation orders to leave for your safety and there's please continue to heed the directions. Bar first responders. The Sheriff's department is headed to are evacuating neighborhoods to make sure that everyone can leave safely and we will also be sending evacuation alerts. PIA. Your phone and evacuation center is set up at Palmdale High School. Large animals should be taken to the Antelope Valley Fairgrounds and the Palmdale Animal Care Center is housing. Small animals.
40% of Hawaii's beaches could disappear by 2050, study predicts
"Could shrink by as much as 40% by 2050. Because of rising sea levels. That's according to researchers at the University of Hawaii. The team also looked at the impact of beach hardening the building of seawalls to unnaturally retains sand and maintained shorelines. Studies show they can actually accelerate erosion, Scientists warn. Almost 25 miles of beach on Oahu could one day disappear.
UK leader: Britain at “perilous turning point,” scraps back-to-work drive, tightens restrictions amid virus resurgence
"The prime minister of the UK announced new pandemic restrictions to help get the Corona virus under control. Mr Speaker. We will spare no effort in developing vaccines treatments. New forms of mass tested. But unless we palpably make progress, we should assume that the restrictions I've announced will remain in place. For perhaps six months. Great. Britain had been making the opposite of progress after a summer when life largely returned to normal Corona virus numbers in the UK Rose, NPR London correspondent Frank Langfitt is living all of this. Hey there, Frank. Hey, Steve. What of the restrictions and how big a difference is it? Yeah, it's one of things is sort of a curfew for pubs, bars and restaurants are going to have to close at 10 P.m. Bar's Johnson also telling people to work from home if they can to avoid spreading the disease, which is a reversal of the government's position. This is coming after we're up to about 6000 Day in terms of cases, and this is what Johnson also had to say in the House of Commons today. This is the moment when we must act. If we can curb the number of daily infections on DH, reduce the reproduction rate toe one Then Then we we can can save save lives lives protected protected in in a a chest chest on on the the most most vulnerable vulnerable and and shelter shelter the the economy. economy. And And what what he's he's saying saying here. here. Steve Steve is is the the UK UK needs needs to to do do this this now now to avoid the kind of lock down that we saw back in March, which devastated a lot of businesses here, Okay, reducing the reproduction rate to one. That's a statistic he wants each new person on average tow infect less than one new person, although just saying the pub should close it. 10. Is that really a big enough change to make a difference? No, Steve. Most people don't seem to say that I see it that way. And I will include my daughter, Catherine in that she actually works our neighborhood pub and I talked about it this morning. And she says, you know, Late at night. People do get drunk, They become affectionate and there's a lot of ignoring of social distancing, so it will help to close down a little bit earlier, But last call there was at 11 o'clock anyway, so we'll be cutting time, much in that in that pub, and she doesn't think it's going to make that much of a difference, nor, frankly, I think to a lot of people here in England who have heard these measures today. I guess it does make some difference of people do work from home instead of going into the office, if somewhere and that will help. I mean, I think that I think that that will help some a lot of people that we're not going in right now, anyway, a lot of people out of convenience and otherwise they're staying out of London. What's the scientific community saying about these measures? I think something that it needs to go further than what the Gover what Boris Johnson is talking about. Other measures could include no mixing of households or a locked down for a couple of weeks that would try to put the brakes on the virus. It's clear that the government's deeply worried about the economy and doesn't want to go that far right now because the economy's been improving, actually Steve in the past couple of 23 months, and it doesn't want that stop. Now you go into hibernation, so to speak for another six months, according to Boris Johnson, is the country ready, though, if there is a big second wave It's better In some ways, you know, they figured out ways to use steroids to cut the fatality rate. And so that's been very positive. But on the testing front, we don't have the kind of testing system that we hope to many many months ago and cure Starmer. He's the leader of the opposition Labour Party, and today this is what he had to say to Johnson. We warned the promise two months ago that testing need to be fixed by the autumn, but the government didn't listen. They pretended it wasn't a problem. They didn't act quickly enough. Now the testing system isn't working just when we need it. And I got to tell you, Steve, this is a critique you here across the country. Most people I know are stunned that after all these months, the government has not been able to build a testing system that will meet demand.
European stocks open higher, reversing earlier weakness in index futures
"Rebounding from yesterday, Sela U. S stock index futures reversing declines as tech shares once again show resilience and check the markets every 15 minutes. Throughout the trading day on Bloomberg, SNP futures are up about five points now. NASDAQ Futures Up 69 Down Futures Lower Down 31 The decks in Germany is up. 1.1% 10 Year Treasury Little Change 100.66% yield on the two year point on 3% 9 makes her Doyle is up 1.6% or 63, Cents a 39 94 a barrel comic school these up less than 1/10 of a percent of a dollar 40 in 1912 announced. The euro 1.1761 against the dollar British pound 1.2843 and the U. N is in one of 4.44. And that's a
Chinese Leaders Split Over Releasing Blacklist of U.S. Companies
"Were exclusively reporting on a new development in the ongoing battle between Washington and Beijing over technology. China. Has Been Working on a blacklist that could punish American tech companies, but there's disagreement at the highest levels of China's leadership over whether they should issue a blacklist before or after the US election, our correspondent Leyla way has been reporting on this issue and joins us now Ling looking forward to this conversation. So welcome to the PODCAST. Thank you mark. So the one thing that has struck me is the fact that China has been very up front about this notion of a blacklist. How did it come about and what's the goal behind it sir? You're right China announced as intention to create. Unreliable entity list backing made last year but they have really kept to the whole process secretive. So what happened backing May to sell? Tin Soon, after Washington released entity list, basically restricting Weiwei, big Chinese, telecom giant, restricted hallways excess to US components and technology. So basically China's move was to match the trump administration's stepped up sanctions and crack down on Chinese companies. Especially, some of the best known technology companies so is part of the whole tit for tat strategy. The Chinese government has been using everything's the trade war broke out and explain what China may be thinking about as it considers the consequences of a blacklist. So this. Is This entity realize basically is part of China's ways to hit back at the US but they have to be very careful in terms of hall heart they push back right because the leadership really is also a dilemma on one hand they want to satisfy the urge to do something to hit back at the. US. On the other hand there's still wary of completely destroying the relationship which would hurt the Chinese leadership to at home politically and would also heard China's economy as well. So where do things stand currently because in your reporting, you said that leaders are hesitant to pull the trigger to this day. We still do not know which American firm the for for infirm is on the list because the Chinese leadership has intentionally kept it a secret of process you know on one hand you know just by announcing this list, they managed to keep foreign companies especially American firms on the actions on the other hand. Dad Really reflects the internal debate that currently is going on within the Chinese government. You have one faction officials who think, Oh, we should release the names as soon as we can. To really protect our rights and our stove and t just stand up to the American hack mom, and then you have another group of Fitch shows senior officials who are arguing we should try not to provoke trump any stretching the further you know we should be really cautious because you know the stakes very high. If you know there's a very high risks dead, the trump administration would step up sanctions again, potentially targeting even more Chinese firms that would really hurt China's economy main industries significantly. Politically speaking, these are tough times between the US and China with this list. Is there a risk of making things perhaps even worse? Definitely there's a risk that the mere disclosure of the existence of this list would provoke the trump who stretching further because as you know the sentiment toward China Washington this days it's it's quite active as evidenced by the cascade of actions targeting Chinese companies or Chinese officials but China right now doesn't appear in any way that they would compromise in any way instead they basically hit back at. Every punch that has been thrown by the US government so even The idea that they are creating a list be seeing as. Provocation in the eyes of some US officials. So definitely, there is a big risk that this move this moved to simply disclose that the distance of the list is going to provoke Washington even more and lead to further escalation of tensions. I think this discussion is going to continue for quite some time the journals
Clean energy transition will strengthen national security, Navy veteran says
"Dan. Mitch. Spent five years in the navy. When he left for civilian life, a career clean energy was not on his radar. I did not know very much about clean energy or climate change when I got out of the navy. But he got a job at the Department of Energy and as he learned more, he became passionate about the benefits of solar and wind. The clean energy transition is going to strengthen our future national security by reducing our reliance on foreign fuels, diversifying energy sources and our investments in those energy sources and mitigating the worst impacts of climate change today missions a senior fellow at the Atlantic, council and founder of the Veterans Advanced Energy Project, which recruits veterans for clean energy jobs. Most military veterans for one reason or another how a mission oriented service nature to contribute to society and defend their country both while wearing the uniform after they take the uniform off. So mich- helps them understand how working for clean energy can support national security. We hope to help make veterans feel good about what they choose to do in their post military careers.
Interview with Kayzo
"Time to slow down a little your. Time now. More, than pursue it was it was much I. It's still nice but I'm definitely. At a point now where? Be going, to bed. At like. I'm in like some. Like nine thirty. Every night I've only going to bed. So early every night so very well rested the first time in a long time. So now I'm like h Tina. Traveling, place I'm I'm ready but. All the time. Yeah. Yeah. Absolutely. Man I mean maybe as a way to get into it, I wanted to ask you about this because you're one of the few people I've talked to WHO's actually had this experience you did at least one of those drive in shows, right? Yeah I did one in. It's not technically Charlotte but it's called the fountain. Outside a Shar like. Forty five minutes as a shirt. That I mean walk me through that experience because I'm I'm so curious what it actually felt like to play one of those shows, right? Well, you know it's interesting because. I feel like. Every. Time. They're still I guess every week or so. The climate surrounding. Coronavirus or country or if you wanna Mike. Rugged down to what we do in music. History. Shows and safety every week or every couple of waste seems like there's a different. Tone to. The overall consensus of. Or what's not or what's what's what's considered okay, and what's not considered okay. So at the time of Accepting the drive in at the very beginning of the pandemic but that's Close closer to beginnings. He's ideas started coming on board around and I was like well only if it's safe and. assured was assured it was going to be running with all the precautions. needed. Sauza guy let's do it At least could say I did warn in my lifetime looking back on this and. The entire experience break down it was so. So. Interesting. But it was also really great on the road team. Have that one little sense of normalcy for the back with that family right? Because that's family were disconnected from right now. Yeah. Dude I. I feel like normally I spend majority of my year with these guys in the it's the first time I've seen him since probably February which was pretty wild. You're the show was It was it was interesting was very I know there's been a lot of mixture of us in a lot of controversy and a lot of different viewpoints on the drive in but my experience I can only speak it test mice during read. The people that were vice show of. It was. It was extremely safe I got there and Obviously it's. It's a it's an interesting way out stage is not normal stage, but you look out there near. Plot of land. It's massive view. It's actually in a beautiful area north. Carolina was palm land in your ads they will drive in the middle of nowhere. You know when he started when we got there for the show We had a little green room of whatever you WANNA, call it like the bandages office. Entire thing I'm looking at this? This is insane like hundreds and hundreds of cars, but all all within their confined space. And I was like nervous. We'll see our kids gonNA like. Kids. Tend to break rules Orlean at our bend the rules. Like a follow them until they get into an arcade screw, we're going to go your own thing. What I notice was everyone was actually like. Inner areas tailgating in their own area so We weren't like. Johnny not allowed to drive a students staged way to walk to the stage, which is totally GUAC panacea at all but I walk through these cars everyone like in their own spot hanging out with a small group of people everyone had their masks which I was nervous as. I. Don't want to be one of those things where. Everyone's in their mask and everyone's raging I'm like, please please please everyone is saw. A FROM MY CO engine stage wearing their masks surprisingly a lot of people were. Staying in their cars with all the tour shut listening to the music raging. That's interesting. That's kind of why were they was it on like a like an FM. Station people to so this was this was this was one of those ones amodio station June into classic drive in situation and A. was kind of interesting about the layout was we had a stage in its smaller stage. It wasn't a big festival Susan that. Was Cool. Is Right next to the right of. The movie was the wall movie projector. Only thing is like hundred tall was thing is. The biggest movie screen of. The had alive live streaming camera angle couple of angles of the media Jank from booth cameras hooked up there were projecting like live casting off the big screen and they had that makes in with I brought my vj. So he was able to to display my content. On this really cool large movie screen mixed into my live cam feed and. It was really cool. It was like I've never seen anything like that for a show like scream out large. That pretty interesting show itself. it's it's weird because we had my own borders. So they were like festivals don't monitor so loud for me on like a normal joe for me,
A Sustainable Startup Is Taking a Bite Out of the Toothpaste Market
"Something to chew on more than a billion toothpaste tubes or thrown away every year. That's the equivalent of fifty empire state buildings of discarded plastic tubes accumulating in landfills and oceans but wait isn't plastic recyclable. Well, that's what we thought. But earlier this month and NPR and PBS expose found that most recycling companies are only recycling milk jugs and soda. Bottles. That's Right Those Food Containers Yogurt Cups and other plastics that you painstakingly rinse out and throw into your recycling bin get buried in the landfill just like the other trash and toothpaste tubes typically have aluminum in them aren't recyclable at all. Now, one cheeky tooth care startup wants to clean up the sectors act bite toothpaste bits has one of those typical problem solving origin stories. Founder Lindsey McCormack was bothered by the toothpaste tube she threw away in her spare time she came up with a chewable tablet that foam just like her favourite paste the company rack up about fifty thousand subscribers in a year. Bite take sustainability. Seriously the tablets are vegan gluten free and packaged refillable glass jars subscribe to refills and they in sacks you can throw into a compost heap. McCormick also managed to ditch many of the chemicals found in typical household brands. She even made an appearance on his shark tank where she turned down a six-figure offer from Mark Cuban. McCormack said, she wanted to keep more control over the company Bite recently released a line of vegan plastic free dental floss. The startup will have to face down some goliath-sized competitors though toothpaste giant Colgate is making its own sustainability play overseas the brands smile for good toothpaste is nearly one hundred percent natural and certified Vegan most toothpastes can't be certified begin because the animal derived glycerin they use. USA. Today reports smile good uses plant based Glycerin instead, it's also packaged in a plastic tube made from high density polyethylene also called HD. HD. p. e. actually is recyclable is the same plastic us to make milk jugs smile for goods much. anticipated. Packaging has a long time coming. It took the company five years to figure out how to make a recyclable plastic tube soft enough to squeeze. Parent company Colgate Palmolive says all of its products will have recyclable packaging within five years. Smile for good is being rolled out in Europe the company staying quiet on when or if it's coming to the US though these moves away from non recyclable plastics are good news for the environment, and if there are any silver linings to the horrors of this pandemic one may be this sustainability has more selling power consumers are more sensitive to the environmental impact of their purchases, according to progressive, Grocer magazine and July study by new. York University found that sustainability marketed products continue to grow during the pandemic even as other brands floundered. That priority is clearly not lost on companies ranging from scrappy startups, worldwide conglomerates that one a sink their teeth into a bigger space of the market share by.
Backup Is Not a 4-Letter Word
"If, you've ever seen Dustin Hoffman in the movie the graduate. You'll recognize what I'm about to say. He received sage advice for his career in just one word now remember this was the nineteen sixties. That one word plastics? Will I have just one word that should be at the foundation of your backing up an archiving strategy automate Absolutely automate. So I'm going to be covering a few techniques today but at the heart of the process for your backing up in archiving and I will make a distinction between the two you need to have as much automation as possible. If indeed, you're truly going to have a system that is up to date in liable and all that good stuff. Now, in my case, I have I cloud in dropbox I cloud grabs, files of that are on my neck or that go into photos, and that's a lot of files I have the big plan to two terabyte plan and all they have to do is pay the. Bill once a month and I'm good to go. I don't have to think about it. Any further than that in dropbox grabs files out of specific folders again, just takes care of it. All to do is pay the annual fee and I'm good to go there as well. Now, you may choose a different service but I encourage you to bring as much automation as you can into your backup plan because the more automation you have the stronger your plan will be now before I get to my five tips in addition to automation I, just WANNA share a note on the difference between backing up in archiving, they are not synonymous. Backing up is what you do during the project to ensure that you don't lose your work if you're working on a wedding. You probably not going to get it all done in one night or in one sitting. So you back up so that when you come back to your wedding, you know you can just pick up and go. But as something weird happens, you haven't lost your project. But when you're backing up, you're not backing it up in the final state you're backing up a work in progress. Archiving happens when the project is over. In case, you need to revisit it for whatever reason. Now, archives are the final version in general you don't save all the incremental backups that lead to the final version you say, the final version itself. So archives are the final version. They don't need to be as quickly accessible as your backups, your backup she want right there on the flash drive or wherever you happen to be using. Their the works in progress archives the final version a writing. Now regardless of if it's an archive or backup, you need to have a system, right you need to have a system for managing both from this point forward I'm going to use a more or less interchangeably, but I want you to understand that archives are longer term backups are more works in progress. Right here are five additional thoughts to consider when endeavoring. To. Preserve your work. Okay. This start out with the classic three to one rule. I'm sure you're familiar with this and if you're not, you're going to be in just a few seconds three, two one. Well, what does that mean it means three copies of your data one primary copy into backups. Two types of storage media local drive you know network, you know whatever happens to be two types of media and one copy off site or in the cloud in the cloud qualifies as offsite three, two, one, three copies of your data, two types of storage media and one copy off site or in the cloud. Now, I do both offsite and in the cloud. So I have a copy of that goes to my home, right my. Primary. Copy is here at the studio I have it backed up on a hard drive here. So I'm actually like at four something like that, and then I have most of that data in the cloud. Well. So I like both offsite in cloud, but you know one or the other the thinking being that you can be as fastidious as possible backing up your data if you have it on a hard drive next to the computer. And something happens at that particular location, rather be theft or some sort of natural disaster or whatever. Then you still lose everything. So off site is important because chances are good that you know something that ten miles away on a server hundred miles away that if something happens to your locally that you're offsite copy will still be accessible case with three two, one, three, two, one, three copies, two types of media and one copy offsite. Number two don't erase your memory cards until three two one is in place. This is something that have advocated for a long time. Or at least consider your memory cards, one of those three
U.S. Household Net Worth Hits Highest Level Ever
"Has hit a record high, the Federal Reserve says Americans household wealth rebounded last quarter to a record high as a stock market quickly recovered from a pandemic induced dive. In March, However, the Gaines went mainly to the most affluent households even as tens of millions of people indoor job losses. Data compiled by research group Opportunity Insights shows that the highest paying one third of jobs have almost fully recovered from the recession, while the lowest paid one third of jobs remain 16% below pre pandemic levels. I'm showing Adler on Wall
Arrest in case of ricin letters sent to White House, Texas
"A woman faces charges of mailing several letters containing ricin including one to the White House a woman arrested at the peace bridge crossing from Canada to buffalo New York has her first appearance in federal court Tuesday connection with an intercepted envelope containing ricin which was addressed to the White House Canadian and U. S. investigators also searched a home in Quebec royal Canadian Mounted Police corporal Charles Paul yea tell CTV on Monday there's a link between the suspect the female suspect that was arrested in buffalo New York yesterday and this data this residence the woman who hasn't been identified is also suspected of having mailed ricin letters to law enforcement agencies in the Rio Grande Valley in South Texas I'm Tim McGuire
Drug Addiction In America
"Woken to Mentally Yours Metro could ikaes weekly podcast about all things mental health. Today we're talking to Dave. Marlon, he was the CEO of crossroads of Southern Nevada, which was the largest addiction and Rehab Center in the area, the psychotherapist drug and alcohol counselor, and he basically knows everything about addiction and mental health issues in the US and beyond. Making me talking tim today about how the pandemic has been affected addiction issues to get help if you're struggling and how to recognize if you might have a problem with drugs or alcohol. Bruce Dave. Thanks so much for joining us on mental yours and welcome from across the pond. My first question was basically because obviously as I mentioned, we're in London. You're in the US, it such different situation in terms of addiction, mental health, and obviously the pandemic to get started. Could you give kind of a brief overview of the reality of addiction in the US? How serious the problem is that how widespread is a? The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation calls addiction the number one health problem in the US. If we look at the the number of prescription opiates that are consumed in the entire world The United States consumes more than eighty percent of them. We. have. You know we've always had an alcohol problem for a percentage of our population. we we developed enough and phetamine mean and a cocaine problem over the last. Twenty years, and in the last five, six years Oh actually even a little longer. An opiate problem has has become. Our most serious addiction challenge. Kind of the most common addiction issue that you see people coming into your center with. It it's interesting. I've run Iran the largest treatment center in Las. Vegas of. Gene. Years. And now as a private center and they're absolutely opiates or over my last three, four years, they're opiates was the number one drug of choice that clients had presented to solutions recovery without the opiate use disorder their primary. Primary substance. Now I work at an indigent facility in in downtown. Las Vegas where. More than half of our clients are homeless. And what's interesting is with this demographic, there's a much higher methamphetamine use. Would say my number one. Substance of for clients is nothin vitamin with opiates and alcohol running for a close second place. That's really interesting I. Think What was interesting that you said kind of opiates have been coming up over the lost six years because for me, it's felt like the coverage has been really recent like only in the last couple of years, we taught it to the opioid crisis this being a sudden kind of unexpected issue but you're saying it's been building for a long time. It has. Interestingly, fourteen years ago I was running the largest health insurance company in the state. And I remember in my last. My last year or two I remember looking at pharmacy reports and we were all scratching our heads saying what is this Oxycontin and why did it not show up two years ago and now I remember when across the ten million dollar mark at the Insurance Company for monthly use so it really begins began spiking. Thirteen fourteen years ago. It became. Newsworthy in fashionable. Six seven years ago, and now we're a were still squarely in an opiate epidemic.
The Best B2B LinkedIn Marketing Strategies
"Welcome to another episode of Marketing School I'm Eric Su, and I'm meal and today we're GonNa talk about the best be to be linked in marketing strategy. So we're going to be talking about paid. We're going to be talking about organic as well. We're going to be talking about all the things you can do to grow on linked in. So go ahead the the first thing to is if you want organic and attended traffic start hosting carousels, carousels do extremely well where people can just keep clicking next next next next I believe yet to. Upload them into as a documentary on that PDF format do extremely well ton of us a lot of engagement lot of comments at help build appropriate that way when you want to get more customers, you'll more visibility. Yeah. One thing you can do just find a group of five friends that you're actually close what started group chat and when you post something posted in there and then people can go in and they can engage they can like and they can comment the initial bump that you get in the first hour or so that helps a. Lot. So usually I'll try to hit up when I actually do this try to hit five to ten people or so at boom that's night and day difference because what Lincoln's looking for is post like engagement. So they're gonNA show it more in the feet and I seen people amazing things with that without also says if you're posting something organically put the link in the first comet, don't put the link inside of the post because they don't like coming off the platform. So you know it gets a little dean on that. So put in the. Comment instead it with some engage initially link put in the comment and that will help you the other thing that you should have with Lincoln. The I found super effective with B2B is the I. Don't know if they still have this option of the last time I checked you can do the Lincoln auto fill. So when you're driving traffic from Lincoln, especially pay traffic some goes to your website. They can click a button to fill all their lead information. So they don't demand type it in that help conversions as well from what I tested. They still have that, and then the other thing too is this. This is kind of Ninja. If you post something does really well and you have a lot of people that are liking it that are a lot of them are second degree or third degree connections but let's this click flow write the software. So let's say we're trying to reach a lot of agency owners. Well, what what you can do is you can assign this to virtual assistant and then they will go through all the. And the look for whoever's qualified and the reach out to those people and say, Hey, because you know that they know you you reach out to them and say, Hey, you know who handles marketing on your team or who handles agencies under or whatever. Right whatever it is your product or service is because they've had that one touch point with already they're going to be more receptive to reach out. So you WanNa make sure you get that process down first and then handed off. To virtual system, though thing, you just group for your region and makeup like the North American group for Cmo's right and then you just invite all the CMO's and stuff like that. That's assuming you're targeting them. But you do that for sales executives whatever your target audiences and people not working in there. You believe relationship as a group owner you will also find his can generate you a lot of business overtime as well. The you gotTa have an energy and make the group. I would even go even more than that. I think if you're like a local local CMO group or in your area like you can control that area, you can be the main center of attention there or you can go North America I would try both the other thing is linked in has a feature. So you can make events and we tried this for this podcast is just we have so many other things to do. But when we did make this podcast, it's like making a Webinar and. You can invite all these other contacts to it. If you can just sign it to market measure on your team that would be great and meal you have anything else last but not lease start running Lincoln ads they're expensive but they work that's not really a tip that just something that's proven some of our best seeds come from. Lincoln. University manual outreach to either one works just considered running Lincoln ads. If you already haven't started, it's probably more expensive than traditional paper, but it's super more targeted qualify. If you know you're LTV, your lifetime value of a customer you know your numbers that can actually make it really easy. So you gotTa know your numbers first before you start running ads like this, and then is going to give you the confidence to allow you to scale.
Foods to Help Kids Focus
"Good morning, everyone, and welcome to dishing up nutrition brought to you by nutritional weight and wellness. Currently, kids are back at school already didn't the summer fly by WHO Know Carolina did it summer started in March? Yes Whether. It is full time or part time in person or because of the corona virus this year, maybe your kids have taken over your dining room table threesome champion a little bit more every room. Right whatever way your kids are attending school. This year brings some very much extra challenges for both students and for the parents. So we believe it is even more important to feed your kids foods that will help them focus and learn. Yes. That is so true whether your student is in college or kindergarten food counts when you want them to have good brain power. Well Good morning everyone I am Caroline Hudson and as a Dietitian I am constantly reading and learning about how I can improve my own nutritional counseling skills. So I can help my clam clients both young and, of course, old I. Want them to feel better do better and I understand how food helps build memory and focus in children adults, and of course, even in our seniors joining me today in studio is registered and licensed. Dietitian Theresa Wagner, who is living through this unique back the school journey with her three children ages eleven nine and six and April. Actually it was. Oh Yeah. It was April right TREASA. You wrote that great blog about the challenges as a parent who is trying her best to feed her kids, healthy meals and snacks throughout. Every day right. Beside loved your line in your blog about. Quote Mom Guilt Magnus don't have that out there. I mean moms out there I think everybody's saying. We sure do whether it's about food or anything I. Think we're guilty. or at least we feel that way. Yes but I have been debt registered Dietitian. Let's see here for the past twelve years and I know this because I remember passing the RDA exam when I was very pregnant with my son my first child. So over the years I think I have had. A lot of experience just trying to feed my kids healthy foods. Yeah well, however when The order came to stay at home. What happened I was constantly hearing I'm hungry. What can I have for a snack? It's amazing at how much and how often my kids wanted to eat to be honest at first I was able to manage the situation on how often my kids wanted to eat but I have to admit that after a while I just threw up my hands in food exhaustion exhaustion and just started to say, yes to whatever they wanted to eat. Now remember I'm a Dietitian and food is very important to me. So I wasn't feeling very good about what they were choosing to eat. Yes. In the short term, I found it was easier to just let my kids eat whatever they wanted but I knew that it was not what I wanted for my kids over the long term. and. Just like any parent listening I, want to feed my kids food supports their body and their brain and as reality of this Cova situation set in I realized that we're all in the same position and we could be for many more months. So I came up with three simple insights to motivate myself and hopefully others to make good food choices a bigger priority and again. I'll share some of these insights with you in hopes that they can help you. The one of the first insights I had was. I want to see my kids healthy foods because they build strong bodies, well-functioning brains, and disease resistant immune systems. All very important reasons absolutely Ashley Right now especially right now that immune support immune systems, you have to have a really strong immune system right now, right because if we come in contact with that virus, we want to be able to fight it off or if we get it, we wanna be able to not have horrible symptoms are. Horrible reaction exactly The second insight, poor food choices like processed foods equal. Poor Focus and poor concentration. Frankly, now that I've been forced into a new role as a Teacher's assistant. A role that I'm not super excited about. I don't want learning for my kids to be more difficult for them, which in turn would make my job more difficult. But most importantly, I want learning to be fun exciting meaningful challenging. Yes. But not difficult. So that was my second insight. And third maybe the most important in the short term and kind of looking through my parenting I as poor food choices leads to poor behavior
Interview with George Varanakis of The Portrait Masters
"Welcome back to another episode I am your host Frederick Ben Johnson today. Once again on the hot seat, I have my good friend. Mr George Very. You may have heard his name in the industry. He's he's got or had fingers in all corners of the photography industry that didn't come out right but. Just. Men involved with everything photography. If you don't know his name, you probably have been to an event that he's been. Behind. Trains on. All that stuff. So George here talk about. What are we talking about the Porch Masters Live? This is your last greatest you like you just like attempting really hard projects and. Hitting home runs apparently. So this one was obviously. Cova head and we had our original conference which was going to be in Phoenix Arizona September ninth through the twelfth we had to make a big decision and it was okay. Do we just not do anything this year or do we try to do our virtual conference if you will I don't really love the virtual name I was like call it digital conference that's just me but yeah. We made that decision and moved back our dates a little bit. So we are September first of the twenty third three days we've got so much content some amazing content. We're doing things a little bit differently than I think what a lot of lot of the. Virtual trade show conferences. You'll see out there in the photo industry or just overall We went out this a little bit differently in that we prerecorded everything and not like prerecord Webcam or zoom kinda thing we prerecorded like shootouts and we had people at our studio We had people at Peter Hurley Studio in New York shooting, and so we've got these amazing shootout through Canon Sony and pro photo. We've got keynote speakers like a tab of the coffee from her famous Bravo show. She is one of our keynotes and she's just incredible Her brother show was Tabitha takes over. We've got mark seller. WHO's one of the most amazing photographers on the planet. You he's done countless numbers of covers for Cube, fair the role I think he's got he's done over one hundred rolling stone cover so I'm really excited of our lineup and we're GONNA do this in a really fun way. It's GonNa be really fun over the three days that we're doing this. We've got kind of a trade show section. We've got a content section. We're GONNA be giving away a ton of stuff and that sue it Nikki closer will be live here in the studio Kinda just introducing a all the classes sue out was just decided a couple of minutes ago. WHO's GonNa do for closing keynote keynote live so we're so most of it is prerecorded, we will have live host, but the content that's come out of this is off the charts I'm really excited. In you when you say you're talking about sue brice. Right, yes? Yes right. These Subaru you should put it in front of her name. Yeah. you WANNA have you set the stage on just a portrait masters for the folks that may not have heard about the conference? What what so Thank you for inviting me to the last one I was I was there in Arizona. Last. Yeah. It was. It was that's the word. It was a blast. Folks that may not have heard of the conference described what what this sort of you know the the soul of the conference is intended to be win it's real versus now when. Virtual or digital doesn't it seem like that was ten years ago. Does right. It's I feel twenty years older I, know. Like as my hair. So the Portrait Masters Conference, it's really a boutique conference in that we have only we cap it at five hundred people We have only nine speakers, one stage, one room. There's no breakout classes we really tried to simplify it and we wanted to give people inexperienced that they never forget. So we added so many different things to this conference that you won't see at other places. For example, we put shooting days in the. Trade show. So some of which are sponsored can have a couple of shooting base Pro Photo will have a couple of shooting bays and basically, and we do a bunch of our own. So basically, it's a model backdrop lighting and you just go and shoot and people went absolutely crazy fort when we when we launched it at it, really we kind of created like a Disneyland photographers almost where you could go in. You could talk to the vendors you could shoot, you could touch. You could feel kind of the things that we love about trade shows. Right you have that opportunity to to touch feel products but also like you could read a camera camera body from any of the vendors, the camera houses and Kinda go around the show and and shoot the networking part of it, which this is one that suit came up with but a red ribbon for someone that hadn't been there to our conference. Before if you're wearing a red ribbon, it was to show everybody else. Hey, come say hi and their brand new they don't know anybody and it was. Just, it ended up being such an incredible experience for people because you go to a trade show, you thought the Portrait Masters amazing show that you wanted to go to it's it's an expensive ticket it's eighteen hundred dollars, but it includes all your your meals, and some other things that we we do. But for the Red Ribbon, it's just amazing 'cause I've I saw a dozen times people just may be sitting by themselves or walking by themselves and other attendants would go and say, hey, how are you come sit with me and and it was just that networking part that that really kind of came out of it, which is really cool.
Should You Go to War With a Larger Company
"Super committed to your success online. We've worked with them to a special offer just remarking school listeners. All you have to do is go to dream host dot com slash marking school to learn more and get your website online today. Welcome to another episode of Marketing School I'm Eric Su. And I'm Neil Patel and today we're GonNa talk about if you should go to war with a larger company. So let's give you some context here. Yesterday were recording this as of August Fourteenth Twenty, twenty fortnight decided to go all out. They basically added in that payments and gay people discount, and you're actually you're not allowed to do that inside of apples ego system or android ecosystem because they charge either apple charges thirty percent commission I believe for Android it's about twenty percent or so. So both android and apple kick them off the. But what happened was epic, which is the owner fortnight by the way to do seventeen, billion dollars a year I believe they had their lawyers ready to go. So everything was drafted out boom lawsuit and basically what happened next was they had the nineteen eighty-four spin spin on apple's nineteen eighty-four added where that person came out and she spun around and through this thing. At the big giant TV and so look they were totally prepared to take off the gloves ready to go crazy and so yeah, they're fighting this behemoth seventeen billion dollars is the David Goliath is, what's what's apple's market cap trillion right over one trillion they're actually me up closer to getting to too there you have it. So what are your thoughts on this? Neil? Look at today I believe you should do what's best for your customers and users, and if that means you have to fight someone didn't do it because whatever's the best experience for your customers, your users what benefits in the most is what's going to win in the long run? Even if that means, you're going to have a battle with a really large corporation. Yeah I, think you know most people that are not in text don't know about the base camp founders how they launched. Hey and the how they're fighting they were fighting apple I don't know what ended up happening with that. But this is a much bigger example because everyone knows what art is and for them to actually file a lawsuit and then go against them and create a really nice add as well. That shows that you know they are sick and tired of being charged. You know seemingly outrageous kind of race it's I actually think it's apples prerogative to charge whatever they want. To charge, you know you're you're free to come off the platform whatever. So we'll see how this plays out. You know I think it's good pr you know from a market perspective it's going to be good for epic fortnight to just be like Oh like, yes I'm was actually standing up to apple and you know they're going to be in the news for a little bit more, and so we'll see what happens there and they're also big enough where they potentially when while most people who are trying to mess around with apple are much smaller have the capital while fortnight has enough. Money, but in general speaking, you should do its best beer users, and if that means you fight against someone than Soviet, you're doing what's best and what's right and at the goal then go for it you may not win. There's no guarantee of that but you gotta do what's right for people. Yeah I mean the final thing I'll add is look the discount on a permanent discount, right so instead of paying seven dollars or sorry instead of paying ten dollars for to buy coins for for in game items, it's actually seven dollars. Now I believe eight dollars. That's a significant discount because. I. Remember back
Breath work to Heal Our Heart
"I want to introduce you to the breath work pattern that we are going to be using during this journey. Remembering that this breath is for transformation it's for release for letting go. It's different from relaxation and it is more continual. It is deeper and it is more profound. So find yourself lying down on a yoga mat or on your bed wherever you find it is most comfortable for you. Keeping your legs stretched out in front of you and less you struggle with lower back pain. Then you're free to bend them up. Having your palms facing upwards. And just let yourself. Be At feel into the ground. Having. Your eyes closed palms facing up. So important before. That we just check in with our hearts. Open our hearts. I love to say to myself before I breathe. Thank you I love you. Thank you I. Love You. Thank you for showing up. Thank you for showing up and doing this work. And I love you. It's amazing what happens when we speak softly and gently and kindly to ourselves it's so beautiful. It's so nourishing. So. What we're GONNA do is we're gonNA start our three breath pattern. So this breath is done through the mouth only. So the technique that we use is through the mouth only. So WanNa take one hand place your left hand on your belly place your right hand on your chest. When we actually go to do the patterns were not going to be putting our hands on our body. They'll be at our sides, but I just want to get you familiar with how it feels. So it's a three breath pattern and it sounds like this. It is all through the mouth not the knows. The first breath is when we suck in the air from our belly. The second breath is when we suck in our air from the chest. And the third ex hale is all through the mouth. So, what are you ready just come along with me Just keep breathing. You may notice your. Minds, getting a little busy. You may notice yourself getting dizzy right away. That's totally normal. Just keep breathing. Now. Place your hands down at your side. That's it. Just, keep reading you are safe to breathe your safe to feel. Today. We are working on opening up our hearts vase for healing. So, often, we have a closed down hearts potentially we've experienced so much heartbreak so much pain so much stress in our lives where. Sometimes. You just don't feel safe to be in our heart and live from our heart. And I just want you to take a deep breath right now. I just want you to feel in your heart space. Feel into the power, the frequency the love. That is so abundantly there. Everything becomes so much more clear when we are living from that heart centered place.
Who Does the Cooking for Cooking Shows?
"A smartly dressed woman sunlit kitchen gushes about her love of ricotta cheese as she blithely scoops ingredients including the cheese into a skillet warming on the stove she ticks through the dishes. She'll prepare today right before your Eyes Warm Rubella Salad with Walnuts Baked Ziti with butternut squash and desert a simple yet decadent twelve crisp layered with raspberry compote and Marse. Capone. Her thirty minute cooking show is one of your favorites and for a moment you consider recreating this exact meal at home. But Mike most things made for TV. The delectable spread has a secret ingredient. You probably don't have on hand dozens of behind the scene hands that crap and stir proverbial pot. Traditionally all the cooking shows you'll see on TV begin with onsite chefs who prep food in advance sometimes as many as twenty people will chop whisk and season ingredients in a full service kitchen before a cooking show is recorded. The Food Network Kitchen. For example, has included five separate kitchens that each has stove oven sink and refrigerator. That way chefs can prepare food for several cooking shows in advance. These prep kitchens as well as the made for TV, kitchens on some cooking shows require fully stocked pantries to. A for example, competition cooking shows alike, my personal favorite iron chef may require pantries with hundreds of items for each participant. Iron Chef America stocked two hundred fifty items per chef including nine types of flour seven vinegars and five kinds of salt as well as thirty types of herbs and spices. Along with having the right ingredients on hand chefs, an off camera kitchens prepare swap outs which are dishes at various stages of completion. The can be used during a cooking show the next time you watch an instructional cooking show. Note the carefully orchestrated actions in specific segments, introduction preparation of ingredients, stove, top cooking seasoning, adding extra ingredients to the dish and plating. Dealing any of these segments you're likely to see the work of people in an off camera kitchen. Of course, even with all this help, it doesn't necessarily mean that the host of a cooking show has it easy. Especially, if they're recording with a live audience, the host still needs to cook and speak to the audience often while producer communicates by phone and Studio Director gives silent instructions from the floor. Cooking competition shows can be a challenge for the contestants to although perhaps not in the same way. Take Food Network's chopped. For example, a contestant on this show are tasked with creating edible dishes from a basket of mystery ingredients, and it can take up to twelve hours to film a single episode. Often. Contestants aren't even cooking. They're being asked the same on-camera questions again or waiting for the judge's decisions. Whatever the format instructional competition or a hybrid of both understanding the way a cooking show works has a lot to do with uncovering what's going on behind the scenes. There's simply some things you can't fully understand by watching the end result.
"one second" Discussed on Big Time Basketball
"The Lakers are now minus five from the sites I'm looking at who do you like, in Lakers, clippers game tonight with the Lakers as a five point favorite, I think even with the guys that are gonNA. GonNa be out to the clippers like I. Don't know if I can take the Lakers and the spothero. Honestly like I hate to say this, but I don't think there's a strong bet to be made on either side like I kinda pound the table, one way or another just for the purposes of the show, and maybe I should do that actually. But I won't because I'm TROPE, you want people to give people the best advice here I. Really Love this game. So instead, I'm to steal an angle that we were given this week on you better. You Bet that I really like here, and that's at the clippers as they've kind of ramped up here towards the start. Of obviously the restarting here where. I don't know kind of what kind of effort we're going to see from the clippers throughout this kind of regular season period here until the playoffs, they don't have a lot to play for here. They probably can't catch Lakers probably going to be the two seat in the western conference. Are they really is doc rivers going to put all his cars out on the table right now, I don't know that that's the case. So argyle capper said this on the show last night and I agree with him one, hundred percent. I. Think you're GonNa see a first half tonight that is going to be run gun up and down extremely high quality of play and maybe called off a little bit in the second half. Here's the clippers kind of not show their cards input, put all their cards on the table here and the clippers busy with depth issue as well. So how about a piece of the first half over tonight in the Lakers clippers game? But if you make me pick a side, I'll take the five points, the clippers because I think that lines a little out of whack right now. First, half, over does that. mean. Under or just the first APP over. I like the first half over and then depending on what happens look I'm going to be like, I'm going to overdose on sports betting here over the next couple of days. So I'm going to you bet your bottom dollar and I will I'll be sitting there in front of my computer tonight firing off live bets at wealth. It's GonNa, be awesome. He is nick, Kostis these star of the show although I guess, the more I learn about you better. You Bet scowls hard to call him these star when there guys name well capper Laki locker sin and imagine other random characters It seems like a heck of a show and then just. For Eli or just call him. Eli. Asshole like hey asshole. Can You? Promise. You can listen to to Laki to nick to ally to well capper and a bunch of other characters on you better. You BET ON RADIO DOT com. Thanks Nick for joining US coming back after the break scallon will be back to. The show on scalps on, radio. Dot Com..
"one second" Discussed on A Bipolar, a Schizophrenic, and a Podcast
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"one second" Discussed on A Bipolar, a Schizophrenic, and a Podcast
"And we're back talking about anger caused by anxiety. Everything that we've talked about up until now was sort of making amends after the fact explaining what happened after the fact. Did you get to a conversation where you're like? Look the next time this happens. It would be helpful if you could try to do. X. Like are you working together to try to prevent this from happening in the future? A little bit. We're not great at it. Most of the stuff that would make. It better is proactive approaches. Not Reactive like put your fucking keys on the hook I love how this is still Adams. Faults write my. Why is the proactive approach? Not Care that the keys weren't on the hook because I have to be on time right. You have to be on time. But why is the proactive approach? Not Leave two minutes earlier so that you have a built in one hundred and twenty seconds to find Adams keys that you only need forty seconds to find well because what you may not realize that in this scenario I am already leaving at least fifteen minutes earlier that I need to be leaving but if for some reason I don't leave the door until ten minutes before I need to be leaving them late right again. These are not rational thoughts gave. This is irrational shit. And it's the unexpected right. It's not so much that Adams keys weren't on the hook but they were on the table. It's that they weren't on the hook and they weren't where he said they were so then it was now they could be anywhere right that we just freaked out. And what if we never find them? And I'm stuck here forever and I don't go to therapy and then I'm a disaster. This is how it goes. So I'm GonNa give pushback though that it seems like your solution to this. Problem is not for you to make changes but for Adam to make changes like that can't be the takeaway. Jackie honestly part of it is on him because there are times when we leave the house together and I'm like we have to leave at noon. We have to or otherwise I know in my head. I'm going to have a meltdown because we're late. And he'll like wait until eleven fifty nine to put his shoes on. And then I'm already like where got abby late right so these are moments where I'm like. Hey you know that I get very anxious when we don't leave on time so if we could work together to really leave on time that would be lovely right so some of this is teamwork in that. We need to make sure things are where they're supposed to be and or we leave when we say we're going to our Jackie but all of this is predicated on the idea. That your spouse your family members what to help not. Everybody has that. Some people live with their roommates and the Roommates. Not Their mom. Dad Doesn't Love Them. It's not their spouse etc and that person is like look. I'm sorry that my keys weren't there but this is your problem. This is completely your problem. I I'm not gonna live with a crazy person that does this. What advice do you have for them? I mean you're lucky you live without him. What are the rest of us do we? All don't live with Adam. I know I'm so lucky. I live with Adam the other thing that I do. I'm not great at it but I can do. Sometimes I have learned ways to talk myself down slash self soothe. Whatever you WANNA call it. Sometimes it is very silly things that feel stupid to say you feel like such an idiot when you're trying to self soothe but one of the things that I learned in therapy was essentially to just tell yourself that you're safe and you're comfortable. Just keep repeating like in a circle. That like I'm safe. I am comfortable. I'm happy a lot of these effort missions. If nothing else it distracts you from the anxiety. That's circling around your head. I still have an issue where I feel like an idiot saying these things allowed so. I don't do that one very often. What I do is I kind of lean into the anxiety where I go like. What'S THE WORST CASE SCENARIO HERE? And then try to work myself back from it. If that makes sense yeah while you're describing his chain analysis it's where you get yourself to the worst possible scenario and then you go back to the second worst possible scenario and then the third and you're kind of moving yourself all the way back to where you are now and when you put all of those things you know in your brain when you analyze them one at a time you see just how many steps are between where you are now. And where the worst case scenario is that makes you feel better. I took the Liberty Jackie of getting on the Internet and searching for ways to calm anxiety and the first one right up at the top was leave early. So you've kind of messed that up. Because you're leaving early and you're still panicked. I understand but I guess I just want the audience to know that leaving. Extra time is something that works for a lot of people. They're not as worried about being late if they just leave fifteen minutes early for everything because the leader get their fifteen minutes early. Which case. Hey use your phone in the parking lot. Stop and get a cup of coffee. Who cares or they have the fifteen minutes to be late because of the aforementioned train crash on the freeway I guess yeah who put that train on the freeway. I don't know but you know it was a terrible idea other examples. They gave our the affirmations. I'm going to be okay. This is not a major setback. This is not a big deal counting to ten breathing exercises the one that I liked the most and one that I use and I I did not even realize that this was an anxiety. Technique is fidget choice. I carry a little fidget toy. I bought it off the Internet. I think it was like six bucks. Keep it in my pocket and when I'm really really stressed out I pull it out of my pocket and I just start playing with it just right there. Because focusing on that little toy moving it around spinning the little gears the buttons the different tactile feels even the way it kind of links together. It's very soothing to me you can also do this with pictures on your phone. You know. Look at pictures of your last vacation. I know I tease you. Because you have you addams wedding picture as your screensaver on your phone but you know I imagine. This helps reduce anxiety. Another thing that I do a lot when I'm just anxious as I meditate and it really works well for me but when I am angry because of my anxiety. I'm not going to meditate. I can't focus. I gotta be angry right. So for me. Some of the self-talk because it redirects the thought process. This didn't work. In the scenario. I gave you with the keys on the hook because in my head I was already late. I wasn't late but in my head was late in these other scenarios. When I'm not feeling like I'm GONNA be late. I'm just really anxious because we're not leaving on time. I give myself moments to really walk through it and be like this is not so bad. You're going to be five minutes late. It's GONNA be fine talking myself down. It didn't work this time because I already felt like I was dying on the side of the road before I even left the house but I do work really hard to internalize talking myself down to the point. Where like this is fine? You know this is fine. This is not going to be a big deal. Jackie you've kind of hit on a chronic problem with self soothing. Oftentimes we start at too late. We wait until the anger kicks in before we pull out the fidget spinner before we look at the picture before we do the affirmation before we count to ten before we are aware of our breathing in practice. Some sort of mindfulness. We have to get better at doing it too early. Because what would be the bummer. What would be the bummer? If you're like okay. I can't find out on skis. I'm going to ten right now. You didn't need to count to ten so I mean like what the horror. Oh my God you counted to ten or you told yourself you're a good person or are you looked at a picture on your phone that made you happy. Know How dare you? How dare you have an unsolicited unwarranted moment of joy? We have to give ourselves permission to use coping mechanisms before we need to Co pray. They can be preventative. So many people want to whip these things out after the tiger is out of the cage. That's not what we should do them. I definitely agree and I think that in some of these scenarios where like I leave early. That's my attempt at being proactive. When something comes up unexpected like keys on the hook where you can't predict it. That's when I think you need to know it works for you. Is it self soothing via talk? Is it meditating is accounting like what is the reactive thing that is going to work for you and just know it? Have it in your back pocket? Because what really sucks is being this person apologizing for it all the fucking time right being like I know that shitty sorry Hey this happened yesterday. I'm sorry again. I couldn't figure out how to talk myself off a cliff so I yelled at you. That's not a fun place to be so it's much better to know what works for you and try to remember to use it because being a. Dick is not fun for anybody. Jackie all I know. Is that for Christmas birthdays. Anniversaries any gift giving holiday. That happens between Gabe and Jackie. I am giving you an atom an extra set of keys to Adams car. You're just going to be drowning extra keys because honestly at this point in the show if all of the audience is just not like you know. I have two keys to my car. Why do they only have one? I don't think they're paying attention. He didn't know where his spare set was. I'm just putting it out there..
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"Everyone and welcome to this week's not crazy. I'd like to introduce my co host gay. Who lives with bipolar disorder and is really really wonderful. I would like to introduce my co host Jackie who lives with major depression and is not whatever that's actually a really great segue. Gabe because as you may know a couple of weeks ago. We talked about bipolar anger. And I was pretty angry that I didn't get a chance to share some of my experiences not with bipolar anger. But with anger that is rooted in anxiety and so. I thought that that would make a good episode. To continue the anger talk I guess but Redirected towards anxiety. If you haven't listened to that episode you should definitely go and check it out and you don't have to have bipolar disorder to learn anything from it because one of the things that it talks about. How anger is on a spectrum from irritability to rage and and everything in between we really kind of delve deep so a little asterix there that we might reference the episode. But you know we might not. We don't know what we're doing. We're weighing at every episode. We just but Jackie. You made a good point when the show wrapped up. Jackie and I were talking and Jackie said you know. Do you think we made the point that people without bipolar disorder can be irrationally angry and I said well. I don't know that we ever discussed it. And then Jacquie explained. Oh but we hand and by we I mean people who live with anxiety and experienced these little blips I guess of completely irrational moments of anger and the number one reason why I really wanted to talk about. This was because I didn't know this was anxiety until it had a very clear conversation with my therapist. Shout to Kristen as usual. We know I love her because I would have these moments where I would get so angry so fast and I knew that it was irrational. I knew it didn't make sense. I knew that I was completely overreacting but I couldn't stop. I couldn't figure out what it was and I couldn't figure out why whatever it was was making me so angry and as it turns out that was my anxiety. Anxiety is this far reaching kind of emotion on one hand. Anxiety is kind of good. I mean it's it's the hairs in the back of your neck that stick up it's a warning system and sometimes it's good to be nervous before I go onto a stage to give a speech. I always have you know the butterflies in my stomach. You know I'm I'm just a little bit nervous and I kinda like that because it shows me that I understand the gravity of what I'm about to do. I'm taking the situation seriously. Which makes me more prepared but an anxiety. Disorder of course is when that anxiety is too much and that anxiety has to manifest itself in something whether it's an anxiety attack or just in Jackie's case what we're now calling Blip Ridge blip rage. I like it yeah. It is not a fun thing to experience and mostly because I know that when this happens. It's almost always directed at my husband. My lovely husband Adam who does not deserve any of this blip rage but he's on the receiving end most of the time because it's something sorry Adam something that he's done that is not a big deal but it has triggered this little bit of anxiety that turns into anger and so then I'm like just raging at him and I know it's wrong and then feel bad while I'm doing it but you can't stop you know it's like when you're eating like a jar of pringles and you just can't stop eating the whole thing or are you literally. GonNa say once you pop. You can't stop it. Principles Ladies and gentlemen sponsoring not crazy since Never Cincinnati. Well straight up never anxiety once you pop the anxiety thing. It's just like full steam ahead so I think that people listen. You're like what you just said that your husband did something wrong. So it's your response to it that's unrealistic. I think we've kind of followed along in that but just to kind of ground this for us. He'll give us an example of something that your husband did wrong. And you're disproportionate. Anger too said situation. I have so many examples but something happened a couple of weeks ago and now that I know that this is anxiety. I'm able to like talk myself down. Sometimes where I'm like. This is just anxiety. You're not actually angry but when I left the House I will tell the story but when I left I went through what I was deep thinking right like where the panic was coming from and then I was able to explain that to Adam later. Okay but what did Adam do want giving there so this is what happened? I was leaving for therapy. Actually this is like the greatest part of all of this. I was leaving for therapy. Adam was parked behind me. I leave chronically early for everything because I hate being late because it makes me anxious so I'm like leaving early. We're good to go. I know he's parked behind me but that's fine because his keys are on the hook and I'll just move his car until his keys are not on the hook anymore and now I start to panic. 'cause I'm GONNA be late. I hate being late. You're unreliable when you're late people judge you when you're late so I'm like Adam where your keys and he goes. Oh they're in my pants pocket in your office. I go into my office. There's no fucking pants in my office keys in my office so now. It went from zero to furious in literally. Four seconds from couldn't find the keys to couldn't find the keys to now. I'm ready to murder somebody here. You getting angry. You get so anxious to Your Voice. You started off with. Let me explain this thing that happened between me and my beloved and then all of a sudden the F. Word came out you're just like okay. These these are keys so we all agree that not being able to find your keys in the grand scheme of things not that big of a deal and also you live in like twelve hundred square foot house. So there's just a finite place that they could be right right. I know this so adam gets out of bed. He walks four steps in a different direction and picks up his keys and goes here. They are while. I'm already furious at this point right because I'm GONNA be late. I get the keys. I am honestly approximately probably a total forty seconds later than I had anticipated being. But this is the forty seconds. It's GonNa make the difference in my day. I was not even a block away from the House and I immediately felt guilty and like a dickhead so I was like all right. Just what happened? What just happened self because that one was like kind of a doozy hang on? Hang ON JACKIE. Let me back you up for a moment when you started doing the self talk this sort of chain analysis of what was going on in your mind and what was happening and why you lost your shit on atom. Had the anger subsided. Were you now back to normal? I'm trying to avoid using the phrase. How'd you calmed down? So I was in the car driving and now now this is just anxiety right like heart rate faster. Everything is just more intense. I'm not mad anymore. Now I just have lingering like heart palpitations. I'm still anxious heightened anxiety but the anger part is slipping away. And that's when I start to feel like I was a jerk in that moment where I can feel it slipping away. The anger has started to subside. So your rational brain is is starting to take over. And that's when you sort of realized that you got angry at Adam for essentially either doing nothing wrong depending on how you look at it or doing something just minor a minor household infraction. You Lost Your Shit over. So guilt is probably the next feeling that is about to like forum in your brain yes. I almost immediately called him in apologized. They went to therapy and on the drive. There it's about minutes away. I was thinking about what was actually the anxiety process right like what was I so anxious about what was it that I was worried would happen as you may know if you live with anxiety. A lot of anxiety is rooted in fear whether we know it or not. Most anger is also rooted in fear. So it's not terribly surprising when they present in similar ways and so I was trying to think about what was I afraid of and then I wanted to be able to explain this to Adam later. Because we've gotten past the point of identifying this angers Zion. He knows it's anxiety now but it doesn't make it any better. It doesn't make it any easier to understand and it damn sure doesn't make me feel any less guilty after it happens. What do you do with that guilt? So now your anger has calmed down. Your rational brain has taken over. You are now. Back to the Jackie's Zimmerman that we all know in love. But you've got this thing in your past that happened. So what do you do I went to? How can I explain this to atom? How can I help him? Understand irrational anxiety anger not to be like well now you get it so it doesn't matter if it happens it doesn't count anymore but to me. It felt like if I could get him to understand when he sees this happening. He might not take it personally. Basically a might just be like. This is a behavior that you have that we work through and I can help. Calm you down in these moments as opposed to being like figure it out. The keys are on the hook kind of thing one. I'm going to say as your friend who is always on your side at any fight that you get into with your spouse. Yeah yeah he should help you manage your emotions and learn to be a better spouse for an irrationally angry anxious person. I got your back and then I'm going to say really you think Adam has to help stop you from being an anxious. Irrational angry person like Adam has any culpability here. Why are you involved him this? Here's why and no. I don't think it's his responsibility. But Adam asks regularly in these moments how can I help you? What can I do to make this better? And these are the moments where I'm like. Well you can put your fucking keys on the hook but that's not helpful. No it's not great so I'm thinking what can I do to make this helpful and this is what I realized and I got home and I told him this I know in that moment. It looked like we couldn't find your keys and I left forty seconds later than I anticipated and I lost my shit but this is actually what was happening. I'm good I'm leaving on time. Everything's GonNa be great and then it's Oh shit. I'm not leaving on time. So then I'm going to be in a different traffic pattern. And then this traffic pattern is going to have an accident and now I'm going to get it in an accident. 'cause I'm ten minutes later than I was supposed to be and so now I'm going to be on the side of the road dying because you didn't put your fucking keys on the hook. I put my keys on the hook. I shouldn't be dying on the side of the road. This completely irrational thought pattern. It took me a minute to realize it. But that's really what happened. I was worried because I left four seconds later. I'd be different spot on the freeway than I was supposed to be. That was GONNA be the problem spot and something terrible was going to happen because I didn't leave when I thought I was supposed to leave. You became a victim of catastrophic thinking. It's where you played out the worst possible scenario in your own mind and then responded to it as if it actually happened. Yes one of the things that helped me really early on with catastrophic thinking is it can go the other way right. You can decide that. Oh my God. Atoms saved your life. If you would've left on time you would have got run over by a bus but because you left forty seconds later you were in a different traffic pattern. You're on the freeway at a completely different time. So now that bus when it changed lanes. Your car wasn't there. You are alive today. Because Adam didn't put his keys on the hook that is just as likely as a scenario as the one that our brains give us except that the ones that are brains give us their almost universally negative but you know what they both are false. Not Reality didn't happen. Untrue completely tiredly made up no. That's totally right. It is catastrophic to the worst possible degree right literally. Forty seconds difference and I'm dead on the side of the road in this scenario also like I couldn't reach my phone like I went really into it really far and I came home and I explained this to Adam and he looked at me like first of all. You are fucking crazy like literally..
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"Interrupt this program to bring you a news bulletin somehow in house. There's no crystals up here and it's crazy. You know just the the lifestyle and stuff no all right well. How does it take to get from there. Arctic power to get there from where from from Sorrento to downtown Jay Windsor Lines Time you've been on I four. They've got that whole new exit there. Have you seen that whole new exit ramp and stuff over there at the Sanford Lake Mary area. You're talking you go over. That bridge relegates in it. Are you going that no no no no windows Bento. It took me like an hour and forty old exit got off air. I get off your legs. I went down natal zero. I don't like game. It took forever to get out but I live in Clermont tried to drive four four four four eight zero zero and this is my name is a Vegan fish you follow us on our social network pages and the way you do that as A. Prophet Aradio P. R. O. P. H. E. T. RADIO DOT COM and click on the follow section and that'll get you to all the instagram the youtube channel final which under the tent is being broadcast and that's if you don't know what the ten is that's our live video feed not live but it's our live record video here in the studio and it's got a bunch of camera angles here so you get different shots of the place and she falls on facebook and do all the good stuff so we can stay connected and I can stay stay connected to you so we're things that are coming out. You heard about the whole Popeye thing. The whole Popeye's running out of chicken and running out of the chicken can sandwiches now. Here's the thing that they're trying to do now. I think releasing this video is going to actually kill no. I say it's GonNa Kill Popeye's but here's the thing so. Popeye's launched this whole B. Y. O. B. FOR US lame in there that means bring your own booze type of party. They're launching it as a bring. Bring your own son well. Why would I bring my own son to bomb buys. Well here you go. Buy Chicken is sold out. Bring Your Own Bun just three tenders but that's already on the menu the seriously when are you getting so in the video. TRY OUR NEW B. Y. O. B. It's the three tenders you get on a WHO that again. TRY OUR NEW B. Y. O. B. It's the three pretenders that you get to turn into a sandwich just without the mail the Brioche and the pickles otherwise. It's totally the same so they're saying that the three tenders that you get normally on their menu is the same tenders that you get on the Bun. If you're going to bring the Bun in well that's GonNa. That's GONNA kill it because we all had this notion that the chicken was totally different than the chicken. The normally got off the menu and that was the mystique about it. That was the the illusion or the draw to getting these chicken sandwiches so no hey guess what guys we still chicken. We just need you to bring your own abundant okay with that being said. If you run out they they say run out of chicken sandwiches. Why are they offering the actual chicken to to the public and just tell them. Did they run out of. Did they run out of bonds. Did they run out of mayonnaise that they run out of pickles that they run out of the other three things that make the sandwich if they did then tell us. Hey guys guess what here's a better. Here's a better attack. It's more Kito less cars because of the sandwich less whatever whatever salt because there's no pickles less this because there's no mayonnaise must saturated fat or whatever they call it you know and here's the raw chicken sandwich that would be the best part. Here's a raw chicken sandwich but no they said neither same crappy chicken. Tenders had up our menu. Bring your own Bunn will slap but in there for you and we're not going to give you any mushrooms. Oh you want Menes. It's it's on the counter behind you Yup more done service things. Make your own sandwich over there yet and there's a microwave. If you WANNA eat your bread up on the side there that's essentially what they're doing. Oh God I hope I hope Popeye's recovers from this like I said. The chicken is gone. The beat chicken is now in there and I think the B and c chicken. That's that's GONNA be may use to make these sandwiches is exactly what I said that the chicken tenders or whatever whatever crap they have on the menu now. Do you guys have a sweet tooth. Do you guys by the new stuff that comes out as far as like sweet to stuff. I know Oreo cookie was doing like a cookie bar or something. Hershey's was doing some kind of cookie bar to make their their. You always have to reinvent yourself. You always have to do something new to reinvent your product. Remake your thing you know you're exactly the fast food. Menus have to re up and do everything to make to bring in more of a crowd. I I know there's there's a joke. There's a comedian there where you ever been standing in line behind someone at McDonald's and they go can I can. I take your order and the person will literally sit back and go. Let's let's see and you're like on. They've had the same menu for the last twenty years if you don't know it by now pick something well. Here's a here's an old faithful out there an an old favourite twinkies who was bought up by hostess because the twinkie factory was going under the company that was making the twinkies has come up with a new product new product line line using the twinkies now. I'm all about peanut butter. I'm all about Jelly. I'm all about a peanut butter and Jelly Sandwich now on my what I call quote unquote my rough days days. I like to have a peanut butter and Jelly Sandwich with in this. I've talked about this past couple podcast ago with not it's gotta be. DORITOS NACHO flavored yeah. I've tried every other chip in the world. I have not found anything to replace the flavor of nacho cheese doritos smashed in between two pieces of bread with peanut butter and Jelly on it and it can be crunchy peanut butter. I prefer the crunchy or the smooth. It doesn't matter Jelly. It's got to be jammed. Oh screw that jelly stuff. I like smear my shit. I don't like sitting there rolling around like a free what booger that's what Julius to me. It's like you really can't smear it around. TWINKIES has come up with a A. Are you ready for this. It is a peanut butter and pickle sandwich type. A twinkie YEP. If we were to believe the hostess twitter account this might end up on the shelves near US soon starting. Let's see September ninth. Don't miss it so it's out there somewhere. If you guys have seen gene peanut butter and pickle sandwiches from twinkies let me know take a picture of it now. They had had something that they just dropped. They had you know they take they. They they take it with one hand and get and get away with the other order they give with one hand and take it away with the other they actually remove the Moon Berry twinkies which I saw those on the shelf. I thought they're Kinda. Cool it's the mixture looks kind of weird. I'm sure it makes your shit. Look Weird to the twinkie itself. It's a it's a pound cake. That's what the twinkie has and it had a light blueberry flavor to it but it was like a deep purple with the cream in the center so sure if eight those shit yourself you probably think you've ruined deliver deliver so but twinkies is coming out with a peanut butter and pickle sandwich and it's twinkie. It's all shoved inside of a pound cake. A twinkie thing so that should be good should be good anything else. I miss before I let you go right on behalf of all you guys out there listening to me for the last hour so I wish you all well. I wish all the people in the Bahamas. 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"Financial aid assistant therefore you need to attend in order to receive assistance making a critical decision that will arise in the next few months Marion's future. It's too important not to attend so the interview will take place Saturday. I gotta get this too because this is. I don't have any my kids. I don't have a kid named Mary it with my last name. Now I know what you're thinking. Are you sure you don't have a kid with with your last name out there Deacon No. I I don't because I'm GONNA show you this video and by the way this I need to get this back to before September twenty first so me so today's the thirteenth job and talking talking about twenty minutes so we've got to get the someone I I'll call this number. Actually I'll call the number here in a minute and see what happens so I look. I looked it up. I looked up Marion Marion Marshall area to see what who he is and what he is. He's a frigging high school football star and it's awesome because I came across Max preps and if you don't want Max Max preps is it's great because it allows high school kids to create their own highlight reels which is really cool. I worked with this guy many years ago. and his son was playing baseball and doing all this stuff so we had he put these videos up for his son in order for like scouts and stuff to see him now. If you're watching us us on the under the tent video subscribe to us on Youtube and you could see this. I'll post some facebook page you for all you guys other too lazy to Click. I like him. It's really cool and this is really really cool. Watch watch the video. Here can vote a bear. I- Kimbler bigger are going to be awesome so here we go. I don't know if there's any sound or anything Daria see how the Arrow pointed right to marian he catches the ball runs down. He's running running running players do they're all his team is the team in the black jerseys so then they reset. Look there you go L. Big Fire Ring around them showing them what player look for he's number two and he plays for four who's he played for four hill out here in martial hearing. There's another Arrow shown onum exactly so you know who you're looking for and that's and that's a great defensive play so that's Max preps Dot Com and X. P. R. E. P. S. Dot Com Com and you can upload your your kids. I I'm not sure that the technicalities of it but I mean for the most part you know that's what the Internet does for this for these kids hits. He's high school kids. They can make their own highlight reels and then scouts. They'll have to literally think of how many high schools are in the area just in your town just in your state just in your region region. How many how many scouts can they get out there so I have to be a scout and just sit in front of computer and look through all these highlight reels and that shows you the stats and stuff so that's kind of cool so I need to get this. I need to call Marian. I'll do it at the end of the program. I'll call this number and let them know that Marian with my last name does not live in my house and when I say you know I was saying that. Are you sure he's not your son. There Deacon I we are two different nationalities. Put it that way now something else that some people aren't sure of have you ever gone to Google Earth and like looked around. I've never been to the pyramids but I wanna see the area that the pyramids are in and when you look at it you know you always see the pictures of of the Pyramids and it looks like you had to travel days to get there now. There's like a KFC Taco Bell Pizza. Hut within miles of of the Pyramids. It's the same thing with the Alamo. Have you ever seen the Alamo or into the Alamo. Have you been in the basement of the Alamo. It's Joe Anyway but the Alamo literally is nestled between Ripley's believe it or not and like a starbucks and when you when they take the picture of the Alamo they literally frame those people people out those companies on the side out and it looks like it's in this west vast vast desert land but it literally isn't like downtown of San Antonio which is is really really weird but I mean it's all original it's real small area but yeah optical illusion well here on Google Earth somebody in the south Florida was looking at their property now of course many years ago Google Earth it and really start taking pictures until two thousand seven and then uploading. Am and no one really knew that it was that prominent there were still working on the software. They were still working on getting ready for this. Are you ready for this story now. This takes place is in Lantana Florida now. Lantana is just outside of Hollywood Florida which is a couple of miles from Fort Lauderdale couple about maybe thirty forty forty minutes from Fort Lauderdale and about an hour and a half from from Miami. This is how the article reads after several drinks at a local nightclub. William Earl moult called go front about nine thirty and said he would be home soon. Malt forty years old mortgage broker rarely drank but he decided to go out that that night on November nine hundred ninety seven he kept mostly to himself in the club and then left alone in a nineteen ninety four white saddened so ninety seven ninety before he's still making payments on this thing a Saturn. Sla I don't know what that is and he left around. Eleven o'clock called girl nine thirty left the the nightclub at around eleven o'clock the missing report said from from the people that they witnessed and stuff. He did not appear to be drunk. Okay so here we got. He did not make it out did did not make it home that night and was considered missing for twenty two years. Nobody knew the whereabouts of the quiet sandy hair man known as bill still remain unknown then someone looked closely at Google Earth satellite photo now in the photo in Wellington Florida which is about twenty twenty miles from what were they said he was there was a car that was sitting in a pond and it was all well the outside outside the outline of a car and the person that found it was actually living in the house just behind the pond and couldn't really see the car from the ground or anything like that so ask their actual friend who had a drone to fly the drone up to see if this car was still sitting in in the pawn sure enough. I mean this is accurate like like like in real time two thousand nineteen. The lady asked the neighbor flies drone up there and sure enough. The car was still sitting in the pond. I guess us just deep enough and just out of sight that no one could see it finally they. They went out there. On August twenty eighth found on the car pulled it out his body was inside of it twenty two years later found this man bought found this man's body bill molt and still have no reason of why he ended up in this poll. Now I know you guys are like on who that's an episode of whatever whatever podcast and I'm listening to well. I'm going to take that right out of their hands other than the background of why he was driving and worry ended up if you're watching us on under the ten. I kind of met this out for everyone so everyone can see exactly what's going on. Can everyone see we got a good chair upfront. Here we go so I figure bigger and Lantana He. Let's say he was on the intercoastal and the only real club that I can find with with you know that might have been around in the last thirty years. Was this place called the old key lime house. It's been known. Have you know some popular people in there and and it's not really it's not really a dive bar but it's it's close is to a dive bar so this is really on the coastal of Florida Inland Hannah now. If you watch he would have left now for those of us. It professionals wink wink. You know what I'm talking about. We want the straightest path home as possible especially if you've had a couple of cocktails now I I don't know where he actually lived whereas in point was but but this is the path that I think he took so he must have come out just a write in the left off a one a US one and gone all down eight twelve. I don't know the excellent. Let's see if they give you name. What eight twelve as Lantana Road Yep very popular own a Lotta AH lot of traffic on that road but enough to where it's light. You're not cruising fifty miles an hour at any given like you know your drive thirty miles an hour and then you know for a couple of blocks in the east stop when you drive thirty miles so you could handle it as long as you're paying attention. What are they called. buzzed drunk as drunk driving whatever the commercialist so he must've gone all the way down on Lantana and taking a right on four forty one or forty one probably drove the same thing. It's one of those roads where you drive have a couple a couple of blocks and there's a stop light and a couple of blocks on the stop light then he took a left on eight. Oh two so we've taken a along left for thirteen miles a ripe for a mile or two and then left into a residential area now for my understanding through the article. If you're watching the video here he turns into this neighborhood hood which wasn't technically built yet. There was construction going on but the neighborhood itself was not built yet now this video that that you're seeing right here on my screen. I say the video. The Google maps that you're seeing on my screen is live as of today and I'm going to zoom in you could see all these beautiful houses all the way around and you know these houses and South Florida the if there's any water anywhere they'll build up the land and stuff around and put houses on it so if you look he takes a right on this road called Aisles Way South now of course he's houses weren't there and if you look he takes a right here a lake aisles. Dr Now again. These houses were all under construction so this was a kind of a construction zone. Are you looking at wash the video. Are you watching the under the ten here and zoom in you can see where I'm going and this is to have a date. They normally have date on these photos yeah this is imagery of two thousand nineteen so if you scroll scroll in and I'm scrolling in and unscrewing in and please tell me what do you see right there right there. That is his car in this pawn just out of sight just out of reach of anyone that would know he would he was ever there now. Here's the thing thing so if you look if we scroll back just a little bit more zoom out a little bit you can see this was a road that probably wasn't finished any probably drove right right boom right into this place now. Here's the thing I don't know where he lived. I don't know why would be in this area or what he was doing but it's scary that looking at this photo of this pond and there's a in there and that guy's been sitting there for twenty two years twenty two years he's been sitting in this pond and look. I mean look at the development around this area. I mean I can't even count. There must be two hundred and some odd houses around here and nobody saw this car even doing construction. Nobody saw this car. You're sitting in this pond and that's where they found the remains of Bill Mope. After twenty two years kinda crazy it's spooky. It really really is when we come back and talk about other things that could get spooky. If they continue going the way they are delivering on radio. I'll be right back and and now it's time for lessons learned with Christ shake. We interrupt this program to bring you a news bulletin somehow in house. There's no crystals up here and it's crazy..
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"Click on the members only section and it'll show you how to sign up and you can get all the free stuff cool stuff and we have a bad call series which is essentially thought it was. GonNa take one there on the air for a second ago thinking about well while I'm thinking about it the latest bad call that came in here to the studio so hold on one second so this is an example of what we get here to the studio. Telemarketer calls come into the station all the time so here's one that we just received recently. Here's an example of back off. Hello Hi. How are you today. Luo what's going on our colleague. Cvs Pharmacy. You made application from like coupon for it. I travel the promotion. They Call No. I don't remember that am I taking the Travis travel homes no valley. It's been a long time bank possibly for artist but right now I have good news yet your application and I there's guard selected for a promotional giveaway cool. Sorry I'll tell you use males and you're invited local office. You'll be recreation in Kissimmee Florida. Oh no no. I'm not driving a consumer. Can you mail it to me. A COUPLA gave up research so we are invited. All this alleged center offers to become vindication like but I'm not driving either. You can't tell from an hour. Maybe Gill Yeah 'cause. It's a horrible place. Are you in Kissimmee right now. I am in you are in what street are you guys located on five thousand one Where's the next to where that we're five thousand street next to what managers there. WHO'S THE CROSSROADS THERE. What is the crossroad up on the floor on seven hundred seventy four so there you go. There's a small sample of back calls how we got that. I think last week sometime and he was trying to tell me I want something that I filled out. When's the last time you filled out something on you know at a drugstore something like not you know hey sign up for a free. Whatever three day cruise and you know it's a scam and I haven't seen one of those a long time and God knows. I didn't sign up for one here so we were talking about up something. That hasn't happened here. In the last twenty years today actually being Friday the thirteenth I hate Dayton shows but excuse me for this reason this show. I'm GONNA get into. We're we're supposed to have a full moon actually harvest moon and it falls on Friday the thirteen so it's a full moon and the most unlucky day of the year Friday thirteenth now what happens is September thirteenth is on a Friday. It's considered to be bad luck day and it's a long standing being tradition this particular day there will be some special mood lighting in the night sky. Which is the new full harvest moon. It's a signal of the beginning of fall it. It gets its name because of the extra light that provides farmers for harvesting now the problem is the whole entire thing the last well the last time we had it was two thousand was was in two thousand all right. I'm getting into video so what it does is. The harvest moon allows the farmers to actually have more light more luminescence to harvest their crops. Now the the sad part is the whole entire thing doesn't happen until midnight so farmers are out there. I guess you know harvesting all the way till till midnight right. I guess if they're dumb enough. I guess if you're going to get the crops in front of thirteen I mean it's like a one two punch here. People were thinking everything weird happens on a full moon because of the magnetic force of the Earth's rotational gravitational pull of the polar opposite ice caps and stuff create some people to be weird now Friday thirteenth itself. You know they don't know where it started to what happened. The most one that everyone knows is that there was thirteen people thirteen dudes at the last supper and Jesus died on a Friday and this whole thing and stuff so there's Friday thirteenth but yeah this this today actually actually tonight is the full Moon Harvest Moon and Friday the thirteenth so everyone be careful there. Even if you're listening to the podcast a couple of days later learn stuff and think back like when Friday the thirteenth was and you know you stub your toe or something happening. GonNa that's probably why it was Friday thirteenth the number of full moon out there so I won't be careful. I won't be safe. Your own be calm. We'll get through this day we will. I promise you all together. We we will get through this day so someone else but a segue. What a segue there Deegan a lot. We lost a lot of people actually in the last that didn't and that aren't going to see this day we've also a lot of people. I don't know if you guys know that there's a thing about when celebrities die they die in threes and but there's there's gotta be there's a level of them for example. There's an a list celebrity and be less celebrity in seedless celebrity. I don't know if you guys know this now. Granted no a-list calm down everyone. I know a lot of people pass away a lot of people especially. The one girl who is a she was singing. She was a Latin Star and the fireworks fireworks. The stage pyrotechnics blew up and hit her in the stomach and bluer home tire guts out. She just passed away. I Apologize. I don't know her name but I mean look get up. Latin singer Jairo techniques exploded on her stomach and blue guts out but we have lost here in the United States some three staple people that have gotten through the sixties and seventies and when I say sixties and seventies and eighties. I'M GONNA call these three. This group of this is trio silas celebrities. Now you would think like Leonardo DiCaprio would be less. Let's say who who do you think of Bela celebrity would be. Maybe let's see I can't think of anyone off the top of my head. Seila celebrities people that were big in the like Helen Hunt she would be maybe A. B. Maybe a C- celebrity now. Maybe be celebrity still. She's still got a little Ricky Lake would be see. Maybe d you would think you know maybe she would so I'm looking for those of you. Don't know that we lost three C league celebrities and for those of you over the age of thirty years old at least thirty you might remember these people as well so any money. I must start off the top of the list with Eddie money. Just pass away and he sang songs. Take me home tonight. He he was actually suffer suffering from cancer for the last four months and it it took them took them out bang. He had stage four and it wiped them out. There was no come back and I don't. I know we did a lot of cocaine. I know we smoked a lot but I don't know what the reason behind that why you know solvable cancer answer what Lisa's Safa Cancer didn't Michael Douglas Loses half his tongue because of Catherine Zeta Jones Mary Tyler Moore Valerie Valerie Harper passed away. She died at the age of eighty which is a good year. Today I said goodyear good time she had eighty years she was doing gun and also easy rider. Peter Fonda died and you know him and his daughter with the what was his. What was his daughter's name? Peter Fonda and Brenda no no. Oh Jane Fonda Jane Fonda and Bridget Fonda and Bridget Fonda did a whole bunch of godfather three and stuff but Jane Fonda was the next one that that was causing a whole bunch of steam and a whole bunch of issues and stuff and when we come back steams issues what if you were to see something on Google Earth and you're going man. Something just doesn't look right about that when we come back. 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"Store dot com. I got a letter in the mail. I got to sign up for it because I'm kind of interested in. I wonder what why don't we have to sign up. Within seven days or the code will expire. I can't get on later. What if I got in like four months ago and they didn't even know it anyway. So that's what I got there. Speaking gotten there a here on the French I do a lot of work around the property and it involves a lot of heavy labor a lot of machinery and things of that nature and I like to keep you guys not up-to-date because there's so much so much stuff on your newsfeed on facebook. There's so much negativity. There's always these weird things that you just you. Your news feed on facebook. Just gets kind of saturated. That's rated with negatively or someone by fighting or biting against someone else and it's just sometimes it's just it's too much. It's too much so when I post on facebook through the Prophet Radio facebook page. I I like to keep it light. I like TEPA fluffy. I'd just like to show hey this is what's going on. There's a great friend of mine out there on Facebook uh-huh com joey Mac. I can't pronounce his whole entire name. You know what he does everything that he posts always positive. He's always posting stuff that he's getting ready to eat that. Someone has made form whether it'd be a sister his uncle or something he's made because he's a fulltime at home nanny for his sister he post stuff that he makes for his nieces and they're under the age of sixty five years old the can't operate machinery machinery cookware so he's always posting so he's always like hey friends and family. I you probably heard him on B. Be Heard Section a couple of times here brought radio and he's always posting these always positive always positive and I got a compliment the other day again on facebook. I always post stuff that I'm working out here in the yard or chopping down this section of the property and burn this driving a tractor here in pushing this over and doing all this stuff. I A friend of Mine Great High School. A friend of mine says you know what can you always look positive. You always look happy. You always look like you're you're getting it done and never really complaining about anything and I appreciate gate that and it kind of set me back a little bit. I was like wow you know someone. I wasn't doing it on purpose. I was just doing it like going. Hey this is what's going on. You know that type deal especially if you have kids everyone who has kids. I don't have kids so every time I see kids pictures on the stupid this scroll through scroll through growth so but it's the same thing so I posted a posted video. I posted a picture of me on the back side of the property home again. Make sure I get the right picture here on the back side of the property and if you're watching us under the tent he could see my computer monitor. Here's the stories are in real Thomas as far as I'm talking to him so make sure you subscribe to us on facebook or not facebook youtube that place so on facebook. I was getting inning ready to it for those of you. Don't know what Bush hogging is. Basically you take a tractor. it's got a front. Mine's got 'em bucket loader on the front and then. HLAVAC is called the PTO. Oh so he's got an actual drive system on the back and you can you can connect it kind of like those connects at riot. Has We have a Bush was essentially as this five foot steel blade. It's like a huge law. More that can knock down small trees and small tree stumps vegetation stuff that you just can't get a regular mower back there now. If you're watching this on the YouTube video I posted this little screen shot on me and what it isn't so I've got my headphones on Bluetooth headphones. I've got a a ahead wrap. It gets really dusty. When this thing fires up it kicks up dust all over the place. If you're going over dirt then I've got a mask on which is essentially a cut off at the bottom of a t shirt up to the armpits and then just wrapped it around my face. I wouldn't breathing all the dust and I don't have a shirt on. I posted this on the facebook. Feed Thinking you oh hey everyone. This is what's going on in my day. You know hope you're doing well and I'm just kind of sitting there. 'cause I know I look ridiculous and you could see the look on my face when I took the picture. I'm sitting on the tractor. I have no shirt on but yet. My head is covered with half a t shirt and my bottom. My nose or mouth is covered with the other half of the t shirt. I got my. GB L. headphones rocking profit radio so a good high school friend. The mine posted. I didn't even re- I just took the picture and posted up posted on. My facebook feed underneath the commented on the photo. I see your movies. I see your movies house cute and funny cute and funny cute and funny because I don't have a shirt on now. I work out on not on a regular basis but I do work out and so I have what they recall a a bodybuilders chess in the front. You ladies you know what I'm talking about a man with a big chest manly so I have a somewhat of a bodybuilders chest so rather than like fly in flat. I've got muscle definition in the front of course guys go to. It's you know Cook. You wear that type stuff for the most part that's the big Joe so I came across this picture which I'm posting on facebook feed and it was funny because it is literally an Asian man with his shirt off and he is drawn. You know who Danny Trae who is he's got the picture of the girl I forget the story behind it but he's got the big tattoo on his chest with a girl in the big a hat and say well this guy. I don't know if it's a tattoo on this guy but he has this Asian man for watching this under the tent has drawn an animated person female with her hand. Kinda doing the whole scissor thing over his nipples and using his nipples as her boobs and essentially I put up there. You know your facebook so there you go. It's an Asian man with a woman using his nipples as her nipples drawn on his chest so I thought it was kind of funny kind of funny and then all of a sudden I see this as well literally this picture right here. I guess a protest of to facebook and I found out that start earlier this year. At the start of the year there was a big protest as far as what is considered nudity and what is considered not nudity for the most part and it's this picture right here. If you're watching this under has a man I'm pointing as I'm doing this. At the same sometime becomes a phone. Call has a picture of a man that says society says this is okay and it's him with his shirt off and again he's got looks like a little bit of muscle development and next to him as a woman with the same size breast same size and it says society says this is not okay and it's her exposed breasts as well the pulse regardless storm facebook. The can't stop all of us. 'cause you know if you post something then you get banned for and facebook just spirals down in this whole entire thing now. I came across this article about this gentleman were they did a naked protests out front of the facebook headquarters and what they did this. It's it's so weird. It's so weird. They took pictures of what they said. Quote Unquote Male nipples and all these women stuff are laying out naked in front of the headquarters quarters of facebook and they cover their nipples with what they call are superimposed male nipples over their nipples and they're like on what's the difference. What's what's the difference. What's the difference and there's the big protests more than one hundred people laid nude on the sidewalk out front? You know to change the company censorship policy now what they actually ended up doing was you're allowed to on facebook breastfeeding topless woman as far as like protesting and stuff like that but you can't show anything that sexually stimulating well. I understand that's that's great now the reason why here's here's the argument that people have they say well why why can't a woman go topless in a man why can't can a woman not go topless and a man can go topless. Here's why for the most part society religion and I hate to bring religion into this and I'm kind of scuff on the heels of politics at the same time we as humans consider a woman's body you know they bear children so there's parts of a woman's body that a man of course doesn't have this between two of a man's word this sexual. Oregon is basically the penis and the woman's sexual organs are is her vagina and her breasts and the reason why because the breasts the breast can feed a child and is considered the sexual organ the the reason why I say this the way I'm going to back it up is so I worked at several strip clubs in the central Florida area and one of the things that you had to do you can have a out of out the three evils in a strip club and Florida area pay attention everyone at a three evils. You can only have two things in your club so the three evils are full nudity liquor. Kerr alcohol and contact. If you're in the Orange County area which is where I work. Actually I worked down in Dade County and all down there Broward County so you can have full nudity unity and liquor and and and all that stuff anyways I'm digressing here but what they in Orange County. You have to cover cover your nipples. The reason why and this is straight from from the main office we used to have they used to come in and show us how to check ID's. It's no different than working at a restaurant or bar. They show how to check. ID's MBA comes in and they also say the reason why you have to cover your nipples because the nipples itself on a female is considered a sex organ. I know it's a stretch but it is so essentially what you can do. It's the same reason why a woman wears a T. back because it covers their sexual organ in the the same thing why you have what they call banana slings or banana hammock same thing for a guy if it covers the what they considered a sexual organ so when you start. Why can't anyone do that because that's why they consider that a sexual organ you? Can you have to admit that the man's nipple and females nipple has two totally different purposes. I know so when you say free the nipple and people want to protest they can protest all day long. If you WANNA protests and show your boobs fine by title means go on there and show you booth but if you just WanNa take pictures of you in lingerie and being all sexy and seductive. I guess you can't do that. I guess you can't do that on the old facebook page so there you have it. Here's my rant and rave on public nudity and all that stuff when we come back. We're going to get into let's see. Do you WanNa talk about something. That hasn't happened in the last twenty. Years is already want to see how Google is helping us. All kinds still about your show right here on talk radio. I'll be right back.
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"The best life in the whole entire world. I know and we went to the Bahamas. It was so cool for the guys that were living there just jumping these boats and just take off go fishing for the day and come back and they would sell the fish right there at the market. You know maybe that's rich to them because some people don't have a boat that they can do that. I mean ones value. One man's rich value is all depending on whose interpreting it some of the celebrities out there that have donated money you may or may not know but I mean tiger woods has donated a million dollars. Justin Timberlake has donated a million in some odd dollars Michael Jordan and all the unknown people that are donating being money or helping with money. I know there's a good friend of mine on the facebook page cab bassinet he has I wanna get into his story a little bit later on but I mean he showed pictures of he was loading up toilets just standard toilets into a container or container and they were getting ready to ship all those over to to the Bahamas to help with some kind of relief. I mean just these little things the people that you know. I don't want to say they want. I'M NOT WANNA take credit for it. I just want to donate my money and you just kind of behind closed doors. I don't want anyone to know what I'm doing but I mean that's great. That's great that people are. Maybe it'll keep the ball rolling. When you see someone like Michael Jordan donating eighty million dollars and everyone go well he can afford it and Justin Timberlake well. You know what I can afford giving one hundred dollars I can afford you can afford giving I say Ford. I don't know Oh you're balances though but I mean five dollars ten dollars twenty dollars and who's to say I donated many things before involving Hurricane Doreen opportunities out there just is be careful scams and stuff all that but it's great a lot of celebrities have stepped up and done that as well and speaking of how my week's going how are you doing. I'm doing great. Thank you for asking my wife. Now you heard past couple podcast ago. My wife's sprained her foot. She stepped in one of those little dusting things at the chickens made we we have chickens and they make it a little dusting when they themselves there's a little pot pot holes in the air and she stepped into a strangle cheese hobbling around and trying to maintain proper proper. Robert uprightness she now has the I think starting the end of last week she came up to me and said you know my job is hurting. I think I think I've got an she's been really really stressed at work and she's been doing long days and long hours and it just it's horrible. I I feel sorry for feel bad for her that she's got him because you know she literally it comes home and she's like. I'm done. I just want to find something to eat and you go to bed and wake up and do it all again and her jobs not that bad on normal basis you enjoys what she does but just these last couple couple of weeks and has been stressful for and I feel for and I try to help her out and I tried to make her transition from work and homelife as smooth as possible but something that she she swore up and down that that she has now. Do you know what tm Jay is. I'm going to get I'm going to have some help here. Tm I'm Jay Disorder and what it is. It's it's technically a jaw pain and I can't pronounce the first part so we'll let this person say former you ready here. We go temperament if you're okay so that it's that jar muscle essentially what it is. It's bone on bone rubbing on each other. People have got bad knees. I've got bad ankles. I've got this and that and the the cartilage has gone will same thing that the joint on your jaw from Clinton your she wears the bite guard. She wears all the stuff tries. Take care of herself as far as that relaxed no stress when you get home but she has the the bike guard. She does a little exercises when she feels herself. Grinding or teeth yeah yeah. I mean she thought she had TM J. Well. You know you go to the doctor. Finally you get into a dentist. I should say I go to the dentist the dentist thing it's an oral thing go to the dentist so we go to our. Dennis and I said you know make sure they do X. Rays and stuff and I'm looking at great. It's going to be thousands of dollars for x-rays and for the figure it out. We'll come to find find out. She has a root underneath a crown. That decided to get pissy. Essentially what happened now. Oh I thought when you get a root canal ruben out cap. I guess they kind of just willow your your your your tooth down. You know I'm not GonNa do the drill sound for area while the back to them and then they glue this little essentially crown stick around on top the nerve underneath I guess got really really bad and they put the crown on it so it's like camping a assessable kind of sounds really horrible camping cesspool keeping all the bacteria and stuff inside and now she's having problems with whatever is going on so she had to go get a root canal and so we went to the doctor on Monday and you know I say Dr Dennis Yeah. I am a doctor but the dentist said you'll all. You have to get a root canal. I'm completely book because we go to the place up in Cornelius and he's completely booked. He you know he has to be schedule for this and everyone's gotta be scheduled for something. He's like. I'll refer you to someone in your local area so we did that. We called and sure enough can't get them can't get her in until Thursday okay so this is Monday so she had to go through Tuesday all day at work and Wednesday all day at work like I was like I was telling you twelve thirteen hour days with this pain and I'm like it's funny. She was home. She did a half day on to know Wednesday. I think she did a half day here at at the French and she has an office in the front part of the building here. I said You know what my dad used to do it. I know it sounds silly. I said you know we've got some southern comfort up there and I said just just barely you know one. One of those heavy lip glasses. I poured a little bit in it. Kit just poured onto Paper Cup. I gotta be stylish right. Support a little bit of southern company on like just just put it in your mouth and just have it like sit on on their like you would do with salt water and she takes a little. Let's sit on that gum. I said let it soak in. Let it get and she's like the spits it back and she's like God. That's awful I go. I know it's awful I said now. How does it feel. She's like Oh my God within seconds. It was great. I say great. It was manageable. If you would have seen the pain she was going through shooting pain which goes into your ear. which you know goes up to your temple area? I felt so bad for our wish. It could've taken it away. I wish I wish you would have done the southern comfort on the nights that she had really really bad pain but so that's the that's the latest from this side of the side of the microphone. When are you guys doing. I ask you all the time I know you ask. All Time gives call here. The station Florida seven four four eight eight zero six eleven time at four zero seven four four eight eight zero zero when we come back. We're going to talk about something about me because I put my wife on display there so I'm GonNa talk about me and my full nude body was on display. We'll talk about more. 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"Have have stepped up and helped people Amin if you've seen the videos is amazing. There's nothing there's nothing left. There's absolutely nothing left on this island they that Hurricane Dorian came across I mean literally like annihilated just sat there and just Kinda Murmur Murmur momentum remember just stirred it up and started up but I mean literally just kind of sat there and stewed. It's dude on that on those islands out. There and those people got a mighty Eddie I mean how do they frigging survive storm at the storm at the storm. I mean they've been it literally if you've ever played with like playing cards fifty two cards the playing cards why am I have a hard time figuring out they could playing cards and you build one of those a house of cards and just one little kick of a card hard the whole thing topples down well. It seems like now granted. I know that some of the places are built very come. The text messages you can text us anytime daytime live at the Queen City studio four seven four four eight eight or call us at anytime at that same number. That's a studio line here. Four zero seven four four eight eight a eight zero zero. We are live in the Queen City studio located marsh mill just outside of Charlotte North Carolina but I mean those most of those houses I mean it's it's not that it's the poverty stricken place because you know I mean how does one value sorry. HOW DOES ONE VALUE POVERTY. They might have the best the best life in the whole entire world. I know and we went to the Bahamas. It was so cool for the guys that were living there just jumping these boats and just take off go fishing for the day and come.
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So get started at Honey book dot com today and use promo top floor for fifty percent off your first year. Again. That's Honey, book dot. Com promo code top floor. All right now, let's get to some of your questions. Hi, chris. This is Wilson from Rochester, New York. I have always imported my Rafah's using light room on my macbook pro. And now have over five hundred gigabytes of disk space taken up by my raw files. How do I move those files to an external hard drive and tell light room where the new location est, I've tried to before with fewer files, but then of course, light room can't find the files. Thanks, chris. Thanks Wilson for that question yet light room is can be a bit. Well, not quite finicky. I wouldn't say that. But you kind of have to know what led to him does. And how it handles its its filed to get that. Right. You can move files outside of light room in the file system and find her on explorer, and then will bring up a. Yeah. A little question Mark next to a great outfielder in your settings. And that is of course, a bit of a problem because then it won't have access to the originals. And all you have is is the previews, and you cannot do that much with just the previous. But you can tell light you wear your pictures are if you moved them outside of light Jim by just right clicking on the top level folder that you moved. And then tell it. Let me see did the. Yeah, there it is update. Full the location. That's the thing. You're looking for so right click. Well, first of all in light room, again, go to the left hand side bar open that one up go to the folders section. And then where it shows you the question Mark that top level folder find that. Same one in its new location. Right. Click and tell it to update the folder location. That is kind of the that's the way I usually do not do because. Itself can move the files for you. And when you let light room do that. You will also make sure that light rain keeps track of where the files are now. So light to them will move them and updated state obey. So all the locations of the FIS are in the database, and you won't have any disruption doing that. And that's simplicity 'Simple as going to that same sidebar to the folders location, the folders tab open that one and then you can drag and drop the folders around. And if you do not have the external hard drive that you want to use. At the same level where it says folders there's a plus sign, and you can add a folder in that it can add a new folder to the library. So you will you can use that to add a let's say a folder Nate pictures on your external hard drive. That's what I call mine. It's just pictures, and then under that is the rest of the structure, and then you add that, and then you can and then it shows up under the folders tab, and then you can drag and drop your folders there, and it will move the raw files, the original files to that new location and in light room. Everything will stay exactly the same. But now, the files are on the external hard drive, and that also means you should then of course, have the external hard drive plugged in. If you want to work on your photos or you can use smart previews, it can render smart previews for those external files, and then you can work on them wild. External hard drive is not even there. So that is quite smart and last. Not least, of course, no matter where your your photos are made sure that they are part of your backup. Just in case. An external hard drive fails. Hello, chris. It's Tom Stewart from Ontario Canada. And in recent podcast. You were asking for questions to provide content for the show one of the examples. You gave was a perfect fit for a question. I didn't even know I had how to photograph my black dog. He is always the darkest element of a picture, and it is difficult to get any detail on his fur coat. I'm looking forward to your thoughts. And thanks for the podcast. Hey, tom. Thank you shooting. A black dog is. Yeah, it's not easy. We have the same thing here without black cat kind of hard to photograph. And yes, it often shows up black and really black, and I don't see any detail in the for now, it kind of depends a bit on the kind of photos you want. Of course, I looking for casual snapshots with your smartphone. Or is this more like a say portrait session where you want like really good shot of your dog. But in both cases. You'll have to I I experiment with exposure. If you shoot with a DSL are or with a mirror 'less camera. You want to check the manual if you're Cameron to find out how to dial in exposure compensation exposure compensation is the magic word, and then you use that to raise the exposure of it. If you do this with a smartphone? What do you want to do is tap on the black dog on the screen to set the the exposure? While you take the shot that might raise the exposure bit to bring out the forbid nicer if that's not enough you can you can tap the dog and then look for a small sun symbol next to where you tap. That's where you can change the exposure and his smartphone by sliding this little son upper down. It's more of a like a a photo session for portrait session of sorts. Try to do the same with the adjustment of the exposure. But I would also try to get a separate light source above and behind your dog. Because this way your dog will get kept that reflective it's foreign. It's what's called a hair light works with humans work with animals works with everyone, but it will nice. The kind of separate the dog from the background which works really well without black cat. And makes it look really nice. And that is definitely worth a try. And
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"There we are bringing out to try faults. Putting on warm, jackets and hats and gloves to to shoot this firework from from a moving ship, and yeah. Yeah. That that does pose its own challenges. Just a few things about shooting the Northern Lights k first of all they are always different. I've seen them several times. But they were never the same brightness or intensity or in motion. So. I I've had people ask me when I posted photos online. What what settings I shot them at and I'm happy to provide those. But they don't mean anything because every Aurora's different than you will need different settings for any Aurora. If it's a fast one you want shorter shedder speeds, if it's a bright one you can reduce your eyes. So if it's a very slow one, you might get away with longer shatters weeds and lower is, oh and get less noise. And so on so the values do not really mean anything. Yeah, they come at different speeds. But you kind of want to keep your shutter speed short. They come in with in different forms. They might some have soft edges sometimes they have hard edges. They come in different sizes. So you are looking at using wide angle and often of an established full frame fourteen. Millimetres it's kind of a yeah. Focal length that a lot of photographers use that shoot Aurora's. I use my twenty four millimetres because I have I forgot my fourteen minute meter. I know you might remember I was only back home for like a couple two three days between New Zealand and Norway trip. And for some reason, I didn't pack the fourteen so a hat to use my twenty four millimeter, which let's kind of a bit of a bummer initially. I thought because you want the brightest possible ends as well. And the the fourteen millimeter I have goes to two point eight the twenty four only goes to f three point five. So I lost a bit of brightness there and a bit of angle of view, but it turned out really well despite that, and you also will shoot at high so's. I I would personally rather do more noise reduction in post production and post processing then. Yeah. Shoot. Did lower isos in longer. I'd rather have them have the Roosevelt mall Crispin at shoulder shutter speed. So high sells. The values I shot, and again, they don't really mean anything, but for this specific situation, I shot at a one second at three point five at an ISO of six thousand four hundred which most modern cameras can handle you will have noise in your photos put. There's an entire well, I'll talk about post pro processing in a minute. And then you're moving platform in his ship, and you shoot something that's moving. So. Turns out works best. If you still kind of have the camera on a tripod and again, get an short shutter speed as possible. And the best way to do that. And to to to increase your chances to get something that works is to shoot with a wide open aperture and to shoot lots. And. Of course, there are few tricks. If you are moving platform like a ship the motion of the ship is comes in cycles. Right. He goes up and down and sideways might be rolling a bit. So you can try to time the shots to that motion. Or you do what I did. And just like shoot as much as you can take the time to sift through them later. So yeah, I shot a lot in. I think in in the NHL at about four hundred photos within half an hour. And I ended up with maybe about ten photos that I love and that I wanna share so. Yeah, that's about the ratio that I personally managed, but I still try to shoot at the at the point that ship is at the at the crest of the wave. And then I think it showed all the time. Now. In addition, another complication is the focusing. Especially if you don't have any faraway features that you could use to focus on such as the moon or a house or house of street lights at the horizon. Yeah. The auto focus on an Aurora does not really work. So that. Yeah. To faint. Sound cameras might get away with? Might be able to focus on auto focus on the star. But that even that doesn't didn't work for me. So what I did is I manually focused on a used live view to manually focus on us a star and that kind of works. I mean, you you go in life, you you might have to crank up the ice or your camera. Does it for you? And you. Use zoom in digitally in in the life. You and then you minute focus, and then you just take your hands off in. I did that and it worked quite well. And yeah, that's how I got my four hundred photos with with three hundred ninety to throw away a word about post production. The usual suspects. Of course, you will adjust like exposure and the black point and white balance adjustments shot those at a fixed white balance at three thousand six hundred Kelvin which was close enough. But I still adjusted them slightly to the green of the Aurora. It's a major league green. At least those that we saw and that green tone something that. Yeah. You gotta get it in the ballpark. And then you just just that in in post production to what what feels right? I mean, they are all different anyways. So I think of it of artistic licenses just fine there, and and then in post production one of the few areas. The hours are one of the few areas where I will use clarity. I kind of try to avoid it for like, you know, it tends to create a bit of an over process. Look, so yeah, I'm not a fan of clarity at all. But in an Aurora, especially if you use it if you use it just on on the Aurora itself like brush it in that does wondrous works really well like I would use a graduated filter on the sky, and then dial in the clarity a bit. Now, the Beckton the motion thing again with if you shoot from ship with a tripod, and you have like exposure that's longer than just a few fractions of a second. In this case one second you will get stars. And they are squiggly lines. At least in those phases. When the ship moves. Unless you hit one of those spots at the top of wave where the ship is kind of standing still for a second. And there were a couple of shots where I liked the Aurora allot a loved how it looked the composition was spot on. But it was it gets squiggly stars in them because it was. Yeah. Just not shot at the right point in time for the stars. And with a couple of loose shots. I actually spent the time to take them out that it's like a thirty minute clone session zoomed in with the clone tool to clone out every single star. And I I like what how that turned out. Again, there's tissue license, but the alternative with the squiggly star lines. And of course, they all squiggle the same way. So it looks really weird that that didn't work for me. So yeah, that's what I did. I spent on. In two of those shots as thirty minutes to clone. All the stars out. And last, but not least there's one nice feature when you shoot from fr- from ship on the sea. And which I like on those shots. And that is you get reflections in the water. And that just I don't know what it is. I just love to have a water surface in the front of annot row row because it kind of double said or it. I don't know what it does. But it works. Really? Well for me. So yeah, you check out the photos, they're they're a few of the Aurora shots and a lot more other shots from the last two weeks in northern Norway at Tf TTF dot com slash Arctic twenty nine nine again. This Tf TTF dot com slash Arctic two zero one nine and the link is of course, also in the show, notes and. Yeah. It was a good time. I've really liked the photography. Of course. The people just a quick shout out first week first week of the two weeks. Bruce abbey. Skip Eric will leak avoid gung Pam Nora England Charlotta and Christina on on the second week Tomas. Ramon Hammoud, Christina will Michelle bond Matza Martina, Alex Nicol on Andrea's. So thanks everyone for for joining us on that tour. This is not the last time, I'll do that. 'cause I kind of really nyc that mode of travel and that yeah. The opportunities that you get that you do not get any other way. Oh, and of course, there's one other person who was with us while they were a whole bunch of people with us on the ship that was a captain in the I made and two technicians and service person and a cook a an amazing cook and probably missing several so apologies. But yeah. Those one other person apart from the guests and myself on the ship, and that is kind of an important person. Henry Henry, Paul Wolfe is was our expert expedition guide on those two tours. He's a German he leaves in Iceland. And he he knows a lot about a volcanoes about glaciers about ice about y'all the whole Arctic region. He is he guides expeditions at different places in Greenland and volleyball, and yeah. Up in northern Norway. So he, and I we got along really well, and I think that also helped make this a great experience for everyone, and we got along. So well that I invited him to be a guest host on curiously polar on the podcast that I started together with Mario aqua ONA another expedition guide from another tour, and yeah, Henry was happy to come on the show. And I guess we'll probably have more episodes in the future because there are still plenty of topics that we can talk about on curiously polar. There's episode forty four outright now with Henry on sea-ice. And yeah, there are new episodes on the horizon, I will link that specific episode in the show notes. So yes, the Arctic. I love it.
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"Today. I'll take you to the Arctic trying to shoot the Northern Lights from moving ship. Also Wilson wants to move his photos to a different disk, and Tom is trying to take pictures off his black dog. This is tips on the top floor eight hundred and fifty seven for Thursday, March the seventh twenty nineteen. Right. Pay loan welcome. This is Chris Mok Raju. Listening traditional floor coming to you from the viewfinder villa again. I'm back from Norway. And yeah, he spent the last week mostly trying to get over a bit of a cold that I brought from the Arctic. But hey, it's like a little like a little souvenir. So let's see. Oh, yeah. There's there's one news item that I found out about while in the Arctic while on the ship which. Yeah. Made my day. The white angle book is going to be released in Taiwan. It's been translated to Chinese kind of heard about that. But didn't really know. And now, it's a done deal. I think it should be out pretty soon. So if you are if you speak Chinese if you wonder Jenny's version of it. Yeah. It will be released pretty soon. I think this month in in Taiwan. So yeah, he also good good book news on another front from the film, photography handbook. I have told you that we have come up with a second edition here in in in the German version, which includes a lot of new information. And just yeah. To just just a few bits and things that didn't make it into the first one, and it's been over. It's been worked through in some other respects, and that is now also going to come to the English. Market. So there is a currently in translation, and we're working with the translator to identify the pieces that are changed and help them get this get everything. Right. So that is in the works, and I'm really really happy about this. And this will be I didn't know date no date for that yet. But I asked to publish a Connecticut about this. And they said sure go ahead. So yeah. Probably sometime in summer mid late summer. But again, don't don't quote me on that. But that's what I heard. So if you are looking forward to a second edition an updated version off the field product, it's in isn't that interesting? Don't we live in a mazing times where film photography's moving so fast? That is in fact. Almost necessary after the came out in twenty fifty in German. So after four years it's necessary to to update it to include new information who would have thought that that film photography's that alive and kicking. Anyway. So those are the book news. I've also updated the video I recently released that I think briefly talked about it here about Tom the guy we met in New Zealand the ninety year old farmer who not only builds airplanes, but he's still flies them regularly. And he's just working on his his next airplane with ninety and I shot a little video there. And I've just updated to include a bit more information. So that will also be linked in the show notes. Now what I wanna talk about. Well, just returned from two weeks in the Arctic. And yeah, I'm pretty much back here for at least a couple of months. So that's good. That's good, especially after you spent pretty much the first two months of the year. Abroad. But anyway, so the Arctic shooting in the Arctic photography in the Arctic it out just want to briefly talk about a few things, especially about the one thing that this time blew me away. And that was the Northern Lights The Aurora. So you if you challenge is right, you the Arctic means, cold, weather, usually does and and weather wise from from precipitation point of view, both of those two weeks where quite different it was two weeks. It was one week and one week. It was to two times a similar tour and. Of course, one of the thing there, many things why people come on these tours first of all it's just it's just an amazing time on his ship with like twelve guests on his ship, and and expedition guide and a photographer and the crew, and you you spend time together you work through issues together like photography issues. Of course, you you have time for lectures, so we had lectures every day, we had lectures. You move from place to place, and you get to see a lot of different things. And and then in the Arctic, of course, it's the Arctic. So you have just a different climate. You have different different flora you have different wildlife. You have very different landscapes. I mean, the Arctic landscapes up there. Yeah. I'm a great fan of that. And of course, you if you if you're bid lucky also get the Aurora and photographing the Aurora is well it comes with its challenges. And that's what I want to talk about. First of all what is the Aurora? They're always caused by charged particles from the sun. So it's the solar wind interacting with particles in our earth atmosphere and believe it or not Aurora happens all around the clock twenty four seven, but the strength of the Aurora depends on on things like the solar wind and its density and its speed. And of course, it depends on the time of day because during the daytime you can't see it also depends on our magnetosphere the magnetic field of the earth and the which which protects which is there to protect us from the solar wind by deflecting. Most of it. I think helps. Atmosphere not to be ripped off. And this is good. This is our magnetosphere is what keeps us alive because it helps the atmosphere stay in place, and probably I guess also kind of saves us from from a lot of the radiation.
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"My god. Oh. How long year Simone papery? What are you going to this week? So exciting news. I'm hang off to New York tomorrow to campaign event and also to to do Bloomberg Emily Chang shout relations. I don't know if you've read her book, bro topa, but it is excellent. It is as history of the tech industry and how to boys club you, Emily Chang. She's not a academic feminist. She's an anchor at Bloomberg. And she went through she uses this image of a she just goes into the entire history of our field and asked like why do women not feel welcome here. There's an entire chapter in her book about what happened to me during gamer gate, and because her book is sold. So well, it's in the second updated edition, and there's some changes with that. So I'm there. I also want to tell people for GTC week. I am thrilled to tell everyone on rock. Hit that. I am going to be having a a campaign event at UD see that sheer at the Press Club. So we're going to include a link to the event right in the show notes. And I would love for you guys to come there in say Hello, I enlisted Haley, and then I started to say, heck, yeah. And then I kind of said help, and then I seldom. Stop talking. Yeah. But that on the record hell Kia healthca though excited. What am I doing this week? I am I my pinball video went out last week. I'm sure of it. I forgot to and I forgot share it with my mom to put it in the show notes because I'm really proud of it. I did a I watched a ton of old news footage, which is one of my favorite things to do. So don't be too proud of me for that. But I also did a ton of research, and I really really enjoyed putting this weird story together. And I love the the parts of history that kind of sound ridiculous to us today. But are just fascinating and complicated. And still so connected to our lives. Tell me all about this because I'm a big pinball fan. I don't talk about a lot. I love those games. Like, this is about the history of pinball wizard video. About specifically it is about how pinball gave video games their bad reputation, essentially because when pinball was first created those machines didn't have flippers, and you basically, basically they were what was essentially was gambling guy says. Yep. Exactly because they were seen his games of chance. They were made by the same companies who made sought machines in cigarette machines and other kinds of ending machines and the distribution of those machines was often controlled by the mob. So they were kind of inextricably tied to the mob and gambling. But they were also seen as this thing that would attract kids and make them like spend their lunch money on these machines one more poll of these machines, and maybe beat up other kids for their lunch money. So they could play more like the language used to describe kids obsession with pinball. I barely touch on this in the video, but the language used to describe kids obsession with pinball is almost exactly the same as. How we talk about kids being obsessed with video games like they prefer to them being Zomba fide and obsessed and neglecting their schoolwork like, it's a direct correlation. It's so fun. I love simplified children. But yeah, so it was basically about how that mistrust of pinball machines in that banning of pinball machines, major cities contributed directly to or is a direct lineage to how video games have been kind of seen as bad actors throughout their whole history. Even though now we have like a forty year old maturing industry. They still have this sort of taint of of like. It of inappropriateness in child corruption on them that just doesn't come off. Yeah. I know that my life took a dark turn once started playing the Star Trek up in ballgame in the ninety legacy now just running for congress. I'm with the worst people on earth Simone. It's was halting games have to be stopped. Okay..
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"To put aside our misplaced optimism in fear into investigate. What's actually happening now? So I to take this what you just said with two parts the first university pipeline or preface by saying if Google wants to have scholarships at different colleges, I one hundred percent support that but I don't the programs. I've seen as I've traveled the United States have talked different CS departments. I don't think our pipeline is strong enough for for training. The kind of people that we we need for this in something. I would love to see us do is when it comes to AI cybersecurity all of these really all of these fields are going to define the next fifty years of the United States. I've long felt we need like scholarship. So I think if you want to go to school for that. I think the federal government should pick up the tab for that. If you're willing to serve in some respect. Maybe that's auditing. The local school board and library. Maybe it's going through some of these data sets looking for bias trying to make our data more useful. Like do. You have thoughts about that. How does how do we get from where we are today where we're we're having to bring people in from all over the world, which I have no issue with but to kind of training the next generation to to have these skills and be working with these tools. I will agree to everything that you just said and raise you, which is, you know, so so yeah. So so part of the problem is that a lot of these programs are fairly homogeneous. And if you are a person who is outside of those tribes who tries to enroll in a program with a bunch of people that don't look anything like you. You're going to have a hard time. You know? And and even if everybody is very welcoming and very accommodating, it is difficult to be the sole person. Who is the other end we've seen that time and time again, so the pipeline we hear people complain all the time that there's a pipeline problem in universities. I would say that it is self perpetuating universities can redouble their efforts to make sure that there's, you know, a diverse group of people who are tenure track. And so so that the teachers professors, the researchers are significantly more diverse. You are absolutely right about scholarships. So the, you know, the G mafia can certainly fund scholarships which is only in their best interests because they're going to need those that workforce. You know? And again that also helps their inclusiveness and diversity issues. But I would also say that the federal government should think seriously about. How to overhaul or at least had approach our education system a little differently? The challenge with a lot of these CS degrees is that once you graduate. You have to commit to lifelong learning, and and that can be very expensive. It can be cost prohibitive for a lot of people. So if we make these degrees part of the degree system include a mandatory, you know, want to one two three credit enrichment class a year, you know, that that will help our workforce in the future that that serves everybody and the government can either funded or subsidized at subsidize it. Which I'm sure will be met with a lot of groans, you know, from congress, but not funding. Our education is short shrift in our future. I mean, it's it's insane. It is absolutely crazy. I couldn't agree more. And you know, I I'm self taught engineer I grew up in Mississippi in one thousand nine hundred four one started trying to learn computer science, formerly at my high school. I was the only resources we had was a copy of turbo PASCAL from nineteen eighty three. This was as we are moving to object oriented programming, and I have to say if I had not come from a family with a certain amount of privilege. I never would have been able to to learn the skills of based my career on. So I think it's I think we've got to problems here. I think engineering is best when people can come into the field and get started..