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Fresh update on "rich" discussed on Rich Dad Radio Show

Rich Dad Radio Show

01:00 min | 1 hr ago

Fresh update on "rich" discussed on Rich Dad Radio Show

"And today I'm joined by my street, art, Kim and she's in South Carolina. And my roommate from aircraft carrier SS Okinawa. was is now a congressman and Washington DC he went from communist country called Vietnam to the Communist Republic of Washington D. C.. So yes, learned his lesson yet. So anyway, it's going to be talking to us about that. But Anyway Jack Ni- were both lieutenants setting in our little room. On an aircraft carrier that's when I met him. And we used to call him. Opie for after Rodney Howard and. The sheriff of mayberry or whatever it was because he was tremblay young looking, and then so he became a captain and for some reason I didn't make captain and then he went kimball tenant general. I still doesn't make captain I had disciplinary problems. Jackson I talk about my disciplinary problems at night. And threw out that Jack and I have remained the closest of friends of something. lack of a better cliche is a band of brothers. Once, you come back from combat your different, very, very different heart to come home. I was talking to my friend who handles addictions. And I said we never really come home again you know it's different world. So with that Kim, what's your experience of my friend? General Jack Now Congressman Jack. Me Ask you a question Robert. So you and onto become a second lieutenant I was I was commissioned this. Jacqueline on. Jacqueline onto become three star general lieutenant general. But Chuck. With with on board the carrier he'd say why didn't you say that? Why did you have to Piss off? Colonel Hurt Burke why don't you have to call him an idiot I mean. and. So I had I had. DONALD TRUMP, problem open mouth, and sort foot. So I think, there's a reason why the is now Congressman Jack Berkman and you are not politician. Robert. Well. Jack Jack Likes Fighting Communists that's why you had to go to Washington C. where the Communist. I mean you are so in communist country right now I don't know how you can stand being there. I mean Polo Say L. C. Shimmer, all those guys who want to de-fund the police I. Don't know what else you guys are talking about all day but she's my God. Anyway Jack Welcome to the Rich Dad radio program. We're happy to have you on the program Jack, because we want to hear what's really going on and your point of view on all of this so we love to be. Personal and as you said earlier, learning from people were who are out there doing it. which gives it background quickly to transition from marine. To, I mean, and then to commercial airline pilot and unto Congress. Number one great to be with you guys. It's Kinda weird to be on a radio podcast but looking at you in person on zoom call I'm still trying to reconcile that. But but the but the especially when you, as you said, have a face like. That's good news because a lot of people thought I was either Howdy doody your Alfred. Kind? So Ofi was the best of the crowd. But you know the transition as when you when you think about we all have transitions in light it's Fulham. and. We choose and we have the ability in our country to choose our transitions. I just happened to choose stay in a Marine Corps a little longer than a lot of folks, but I got involved in the reserves not all at the time because my yearning to go out and do something in the business world drove me from active duty after getting an MBA while I was instructing in Florida. To move on to the business world, and then of course, just as the typical pilot I showed, you chase my dream of being an airline pilot. So I just blended three careers together. Full time for twenty years. A bar on that which airlines did you fly for your captain of? The I flew my first airline was the old continental airlines back in the seventies before Lorenzo got a hold him. and. Then Republic Airlines then twenty two years with North West which is now dealt. Okay, so I just finished a book called who stole my pensions and a lot of our peers went to fly for united. What happened to the United Pensions. Airline pilots. Yeah both united. And Delta dumped the pension plans into the PBGC and basically the pilots got screw. So. When Jack and I would go back to our pilots for union the guys that were flying for United I didn't know about. But. They're starting all over again like teddy on those guys. And it was horrible. So that way that's that's the world we live in today the experience so. Anyway the reason I wanted to have jack on his have an insight because we had Eric trump junior. An I last radio program and Philadelphia listened to that program because Kim and I had the privilege of being inside not only the trump organization but the trump family. and. You know we've been to the top of trump tower. Their home up there. Were invited to mar-a-lago and that's a whole different world. And are very good people, right? Kim. Good. People Great. Great Kids Eric and Don Jr. and Ivanka just were raised actually by the grandparents of Ivanka and really salt of the Earth people great values great character. There are the most respectful kids. And so it was kind of an insight into the trump world. So That's rich dad radio and that's become an up. So I'm asking Jack Right. Now he's backing communist country called. The what's it called the House or is that Mal's palace? Which one do you guys work at now? Well. It's. It's. It's people house. And the point is there there are. We're trying to figure out who the people are right now because it wasn't their. Thing the PR see People's Republic of China I don't know that to be could be making that up but it seems to me one who has studied a little bit of history remembers that people by the way if you ever wonder where the Biden's are can't find him just reach in your pocket. Where your wallet is because they're in, they're trying to pull out just a little bit of your money all the time and when they leave then picture the likes of the Clintons and others. Replacing them in your pocket. So you'll always feel a little lump back there when you sit down. And then you know what's really funny. Jack is that Biden is bragging he's going to raise taxes and tax the rich. I'm going are people that stupid. The rich don't pay. Taxes. I think it's Funny. There's a couple of four forrest Gump Fraser's in here that I probably want us but you know life like a box of chocolate. That's the nicest one and you get what you get so to speak. So at least with Donald Trump and Joe, biden, you know where each of them stand the only problem is you're going to happen continually tell joe where he's standing. So Jack. So what's going on what's going on with the pandemic in Washington and what what are you seeing? You're you're right there in the middle of it. You know it's appropriate that we're talking today because today is the the final. Finally, we opened up Major League baseball season today. So using that as a metaphor, think about I'm I'm on one of the teams playing on the field. We have through our true are because the Democrats are in charge of the House right now, we've eliminated the UMPIRES. We've eliminated. We've eliminated the scoreboard and there is no. If somebody the pitcher throws at a you know throws a pitch and they are years at a strike or a ball or was the runner out. There's nobody to referee because the Democrats want to eliminate all forms of structure that we have had the constitution over two hundred and thirty years. because. They don't want any of us to have a voice, their goal simple control, Hillary Clinton set in her book back in ninety three takes a village. With she says, it takes a village which most logical people would agree with or what she adds in there. We are the village. Let us tell you what to do. It's George Orwell coming to light..

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Big Ten postpones football season, says it will give it another try in spring

Rich Eisen

00:19 sec | 4 hrs ago

Big Ten postpones football season, says it will give it another try in spring

"The Pac 12 in the Big 10 both announced they're postponing their college football season's. They're going to try to play in the spring. Meanwhile, the A C C the SEC the Big 12. Their plan is to go forward and try to have a season now. Potentially we could see other schools may be trying to leave the Big 10 for the season to go play with them.

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Fresh update on "rich" discussed on Questlove Supreme

Questlove Supreme

01:26 min | 3 hrs ago

Fresh update on "rich" discussed on Questlove Supreme

"I? Mean really really rich rich dairy shit right there was good but. This morning, I, it reminded me. Of filling because that's all filling food. That's like the bill popped up, he couldn't take it. Up He couldn't. Jar. Is Hell. McDonald's. Actually. That's more about me like I'm killing over holistic. Sometimes. Later, gentleman So let's say that You remember that moment where you Any feelings when you first heard those strings on love my lifetime things. That rush she felt like well. I might be cutting onions. Our next guest today I'll say, has his both his feet planted in me The History Philadelphia and also the Future Philadelphia Integral part of. The foundation of what we know as the sound of Philadelphia, of course, if you're familiar with the Any other works from the sound of Philadelphia be gamble and huff creations or even things produced by Tom Moulton or bill yet Tom Bell. Any any of the the the the sound of Philadelphia Luminaries Exelon jail whoever Baker Harris, young yes. Fan and. Hit this they the the the secret sauce, the special sauce of the sound of Philadelphia I will say are the less strings. It gives a touch of class a step further than what I think Berry Gordy thought he was doing with the motown sale trying to make it palatable to America and our guest today was a part of that. But not only that we can also say that he had his hand in the second resurgence. The sound of Philadelphia as owner of. The much fabled the studio here in an in a part of town we is. Again. We'll call the northern. Liberty. North Chinatown. Okay which I prefer but North Chinatown northern liberties and at this very studio I will say that. Pretty much. Any everybody this is where I met the Great Bruce Dean Oh. Yeah. That's when he was doing a Jennifer Lopez. Yeah but this has been home to the roots for at least ten albums. It's it's it's. Not It's you've done string arrangements for. Everyone. Justin Timberlake just simply. I've done. Good. Thank. You I'm fine. I was I was trying to figure out when. Did we I cross pets I. Remember. My version of the story was. Well. I know that fifteen dancer Daddy Kendra Kendrick. Told me about the studio. But at that time you know I, I was I was married to. The sound and setup that I had at sigma. Both of our old homes well, and then an incident happened, right? That's what I remember. In happened and James Poyser called me. Yes. So in an incident happened without putting out the business of one of the. Former, members of the roots.

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Lebanon prime minister and government step down after Beirut explosion

Here & Now

03:35 min | 12 hrs ago

Lebanon prime minister and government step down after Beirut explosion

"Lebanon marked a moment of silence today. One week after that massive explosion in Beirut. The blast killed more than 160 people and injured thousands more. It's also broke down brought down the current government. Rommie Corey is a senior fellow and professor of journalism at the American University in Beirut. And Rami, a prime minister and the entire Cabinet resigning seems significant. But what do you think this will lead to real reform in Lebanon? The kind of change that protesters are asking for. The resignation of the Cabinet is significant only in the sense that it was forced by the demonstrations. The intensity of the demonstrations. It's not significant in the modern history of Lebanon because the ruling elite who had their sectarian parties and have run the country like oligarchy click for the last 25 years. They just get together and pick out new Cabinet ministers and new prime minister and they reappoint the Cabinet and the same policies tend to continue. That's been the pattern so far. This is what the protesters want to break. They want to break this pattern. And put in a proper effective, clean, efficient and accountable government that works according to the rule of law and can address the many problems off a country that isn't collapse. So it's significant on one level, but at another level of modern will depend on what happens next. That system that you're talking about that power sharing structure that click as you called it. Has been blamed for the country's past political instability in division. So what happens now? Will there be new elections and well those elections be enough. You're going to get a lot of jockeying for position and jockeying for power and a lot of nonsense being spoken by a lot of people. The bottom line is there's only two really powers in the country and now one is the mass of citizens who are protesting and who demand real change. So the protesters in one hand and then the political power Really the sectarian leaders, mainly Hezbollah, on the other hand, will negotiate. The protesters want significant really change? This is what really we have to keep our eye on. Will the government that's formed? Whoever it is? Will it have the really authority to address the rial crisis issues and we will find that out? I think in the coming month or two, you know, Lebanon has a long history of political unrest that the dates back Decades, and you mentioned the people there. They've been living it. They know it. But I want to ask you about some touch points that may have led to this point. I mean, many people know that thousands of people died and A brutal civil war in Lebanon between 75 in 1990. I mean, did the agreement that ended that war set the stage in a way for what's happening today? The ending of the war was simply the latest turning point that adjusted. The balance of power in the parliament made it 50% question 50% Muslim, But these are just minor points really. Compared to the bigger points, which is that the people who have actually been in the seats of power have been terrible rulers on they've essentially become super rich. Without addressing the needs ofthe the people as the people have become super port, but the the root cause it's both domestic politics. Regional politics, which is mostly Israel and Iran and Syria and Saudi Arabia and other people who Interfere and Lebanon and global politics back in the Cold War.

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Buy now, save later: financing vaccine candidates

The Economist: The Intelligence

08:31 min | 22 hrs ago

Buy now, save later: financing vaccine candidates

"Up dumb. Right. Now, more than one hundred, seventy vaccines for covid nineteen or being developed across the world. Of, those six are in final large scale clinical trials. While the races on policy policymakers are. With two questions how much to spend on vaccines that may or may not win and how to ensure the winner or winners are distributed fairly, you cannot be no world where some people are saved another. Anglesey conjure a whaler is the chair of the Global Alliance for vaccines and aviation or Gabby. It's an alliance that funds vaccines for poor countries the steps that need to be taken to ensure vaccines that distributed fairly Require. Collaboration and solidarity of the world governing has set up what's called Kovacs purchasing pool for several late stage vaccine candidates is that facility it has ninety two developing countries in it low and middle income countries, and it also has seventy seven rich countries that have expressed interest by bringing them all together we will have an affordable price of vaccines for all. We have risk sharing in the facility for all, and this will ensure that so many more people in the world who would not have had access will have access so to. Be Equitable I need to be fair but equitable fair division is just one problem I for needs to be enough given vaccine to divide up governments around the world have invested so far at least ten billion dollars on Covid nineteen vaccines they have made forward purchases of about four billion doses so far more companies have essentially already started making some vaccines even before they have been proven to work Slovakia chunk of his or healthcare correspondent the contracts governments have cut with Pharma companies are for about four billion dollars of various vaccines. Now that may look like a lot when my think it's enough to cover most of the world, but it's actually nowhere near enough. Why not to begin with of these vaccines may turn out to be ineffective when the clinical trials are all done. A typical vaccine at this stage has about the twenty percent chance of payer, and some of these vaccines also use novell technologies that haven't been used in any other approved vaccine before. So the risk of failure could be even higher. The biggest issue is that manufacturing capacity globally is limited and there would be shortages, the files and the ingredients that are used in vaccines once manufacturing begins on a large. So I'm experts think that the feasible amount of covid nineteen vaccine the will have by the end of next year is just about two billion dollars. In some vaccines actually are likely to require of course of dolls to work. So we're talking about nowhere near enough to cover even a minority, the world's population. So how much would be enough? How many those should countries be buying up at this stage? Just think that given the current mix of Seo game to the there is a ninety percent chance that there will be. Actually works. Now. One of I've seen is proven to be effective billions of dollars will, of course, need to be distributed very quickly, but it's impossible to know in advance which candidate will succeed. And setting up manufacturing lines takes time a new vaccine factory can take anywhere to three years to get up and running. So government should actually help pharmaceutical companies to produce vast quantities, a range of different vaccines, and ideally economists think Thaksin's numbering in the tens of billions of dollars long before regulatory provides transit but if everybody makes all of the at the same time, there will be. Some some losers right a lot will come to be wasted that way. Yes. Of course absolutely, and that's actually the hard part for politicians because this idea of deliberately overproducing something does not sit easily with politicians or voters indeed bud you have to think about the economic costs even boosting vaccine funding ten times to about the hundred billion or more, which is what many economists are advocating for. Pales in comparison with the seven trillion dollars which governments across the world have spent or pledge to preserve income and jobs that are being lost as a result of the pandemic. So in other words, if we just think of economic output alone a took make sense for the world to spend as much as two hundred, billion on bringing forward ineffective Covid nineteen vaccine. Just fun week to the way things are headed. It seems inevitable that there will be a shortage of supplies. How will they be distributed? Once a good candidate is found i. mean we we saw when the pandemic began this rush for personal protective equipment was not a pretty scene. Right experience was quite telling by the end of April. There were probably around eighty countries that had banned or restricted exports. Youth defend America especially things like medical masks, thermometers, disinfect thens. And even if we look at pandemics the during the swine flu pandemic and you thousand nine rich countries, basically corner the global supplies of the vaccine and they offer some of it to developing countries only after they had more than asked to cover their own citizens and by then if endemic was over. So, what we really seeing now as many commentators are calling vaccine nationalism rich countries are reserving most of the potential global supply of covid nineteen vaccines. And additions countries where these vaccines can be made have the manufacturing capacities are very likely to put their own people first. So what's being done to try to mitigate that global scramble. There are several mechanisms that have been put together for countries to join forces and agree to a more equitable distribution also may end. Make much faster. So the World Health Organization has grown up guidelines of how that might look quite and according to these guidelines. The first supplies of covid nineteen vaccines should call to healthcare workers and social. Care Workers First. Then, the next batch should go to the fifteen or twenty percent of people in each country who are most vulnerable, most likely to from covid nineteen if they're infected. And then laces that are at the highest risk of outbreaks will we prioritized now whether these guidelines will be followed is a different story. It's unclear how many countries will sign up may have expressed interest, but nothing has been signed so far. So all told, what's your prognosis at this stage? Do you think the world will produce enough quantities of candidate vaccines and that they will be distributed in a way? That's even a little bit fair. Just likely that there won't be not vaccine to go around in the first year. Whether it will be distributed equitably depends on where the winning vaccine is made. If the vaccine is part of the portfolio, which is controlled by the global coalition backed up by the World Health Organization than we will see supply being distributed marsh equitably on the other hand if the vaccine turns out to be made in a country that doesn't want to share, it supplies before covering its own citizens. And it's a big country. We won't expect most of the world be covered equitably for a time. Now the solution perhaps is just to spend. More money on the current candidate vaccines, the Waza rating late stage clinical trials. Set of manufacturing, start making them in large quantities that will ensure that there is more to go around with trevor. Vaccine turns out successful. Thanks very much for joining us. Thank you. Jason.

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This Practice Changed My Business - with Lisa Bilyeu

RISE Podcast

07:59 min | 1 d ago

This Practice Changed My Business - with Lisa Bilyeu

"My friend Lisa. Who is an entrepreneur just like I am. In this season. Absolutely everything's Differen- and you've got a pivot and you got to figure things out we've been sharing information. Lisa reached out and was like we're doing the greatest thing. You guys have to do this thing. So we had made an appointment to talk about it and then I was like. Dang we should just record this If you love it, I'm GonNa love it, and if we love be entrepreneurs listening to this, we'll get something out of it as well. So that was where it started we jumped into. The exciting Marion tell me about tell me how what's business for you guys today how have you pivoted in side of Corinthian? Can We? Start I guess I'm going too fast because I also am getting that everyone like might. I. Didn't even say Your Lisa. Built quest nutrition alongside your husband Tom, I haven't done a very good job excited to see you and talk to you. So tell me what life looks like right? So some speaking to you go and them Yes oh, right now we have impact theory, which of course you on share and continues just change. It's a different fricken world and what we'd is changing every week and used to that rockets over tanner rights. Just when you think you want the standard audience just when you think you understand your metrics and how to deliver impact. Everything has changed and a campus carry social, and my instinct is to go into the family Gaza. Mode of all, my ball, what is happening, but I always remind myself in the West situations the best things can come from like an it doesn't ever feel well right in in that moment it doesn't feel so i. look all considered okay. Like when we went into quarantine at first few weeks, everyone was like a wanted to be empowered was doing great. And then it's just you know dwelled started to change oversleep with the medal of to Freud like this. So many things that changed week after week and I'm just trying to navigate me unhedged. Forty one, rich and. Just, anything that you can get comfortable. It's like Yukon and I try to find the beauty in I tried to find a beauty in the challenge versus the frustration in it because I into magically go to the frustration. So just from a company standpoint yet every week trying to assess how is content doing all we resonating with people what are people looking for how people's behaviors changed a what is impact look like today? But then who's on the other side I always also myself what he actually one use are you happy? When you build a business news especially in Bill Gates for so long and if so much time in F I, never want to be that person. It's like well I. Guess I'm Lynn. So I gotTa keep going. It's like no even if you gave five years of your life, even if you gave up your sacrifice, you have to keep reassessing are actually doing what you still love does the old you know the way the world is now used to enjoying it use to wake up every day energized pollute to ask yourself I shouldn't you know some kind of going through a better assessment now? Love it. What does impact look like now an how much time energy am I willing to dedicate and I'm coming back to the also yes I do want to impact yet willing to give it my older have to ask myself. Am Do not more worry I think. I. Honestly I'm sure you guys have been having these conversations to, but I feel like that's all of my friends who are in the content space everything is shifting. So quickly and everything in everything feels very polarizing right now and it you know people are scared people out of work. Everything is uncertain and I was asking myself recently I'm right I've been through this. Before this is not the first time that social has felt like this for me, and so I was asking like what is winner? Am I felt like this before I realized it was before the last election so I do think that there is something historically about an end will continue to be. So every single time that we have an election and how that affects social and I do think that there's something. The conspiracy theory person in me feels like since gets drummed up on both sides to distract us from the real issues to distract us from the change that needs to happen to distract on many levels on both sides not just one side. So I do remember feeling like this before like what the Heck my supposed to do or how am I supposed to speak To people and it was the last time that we were coming up on election. So my feary four you for everybody listening is this will only get worse. This will only get worse leading up into until November it will only become more polarizing because there's something weird about social where people I was just talking about this with beans the other day that like people. Think that the point of social media is to have being. So it doesn't even matter what you say. You'll be like Oh what a beautiful day and someone will be like it's not beautiful where I am it's like what in the world? So I think that there's something than tastic about approaching it of like what are your core values you know you guys are so wrapped around this idea of impact in what does impact like to you and you're listening to this it doesn't have to be the same as Tom Research are the same as me but what are the core values that you wanNA show up for with your community because I do think. Lots of people who have been putting out into the world will hesitate to do that because they're going to get opposition no matter what they're posting and that scares me because if the people who have been creating content to make the world a better place start to be too afraid to post then I feel like evil wins right. Then I feel like the only thing available in news feeds is vitriol and hatred and division, and so if you. are a content creator you're listening to this conversation man I, just want to encourage you to double down on goodness triple down on positively even if you're going to get shit for it because better to show up as yourself in a world where so many people are afraid to create then to highway and like hope that it's going to go away because it's not not for a long time. So I to go ends, I've been trying to kind of. Put this into like a phrase, the item repeats myself it's not perfect yet but the thing I go with is a drawl the be a rejected to be true to myself than expected for being, of course, and I remind myself that every single day because every time you putting out console whether in the content was on not right. However, you is showing up at the end to the freaking day it is you at the end of the day that lies. Down Close Your eyes and how do you feel about this an I guess what I'm doing back to understand mind was a how do I will feel about myself when I am by myself period and if other people don't agree with my opinion is that Roy give everyone has the freedom not but I will not then who not act to please are the people because when I'm by myself do I say I'm proud of you Lisa I'm proud that use seductive. What we believed in. And I keep reminding myself that.

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Mountain West will not play fall college football season

Rich Eisen

00:23 sec | 1 d ago

Mountain West will not play fall college football season

"West today postponed football and fall sports. So in The heels of the mat conference doing it. They have decided to postpone their fall season as well. So this is where we sit going into tomorrow. Now, I've told you last down the show. If you can't There's no way college football's ready to play in a couple of weeks. Postponing is a great idea,

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Defending MacOS Against Sophisticated Attacks

Recorded Future - Inside Threat Intelligence for Cyber Security

07:44 min | 1 d ago

Defending MacOS Against Sophisticated Attacks

"I've come from a kind of unusual background I guess for somebody in Cybersecurity. In. The sense that I started. I. Mean I've been involved with the MAC platform for. Something like fifteen years or more. But I didn't really start getting into it in a kind of technical way until about eleven years ago. And, I just started out on Apple's support forums trouble-shooting. Volunteering. Troubleshooting advice to people. And after Wa, that led me to most problems that are coming up back then were or it started to be when we started to see security issues like adware and things like that. And that sort of an Brown about way, let me to develop my own software to basically deal with all these issues. Instead of answering people's questions all the time. and. So for about five or six years I was. Developing my own software and doing that and. Then, about two years ago, I joined central one, basically, they were looking for somebody who had background in McCoy security shoes to sort of help with with research. And somebody who kind of knew the threat scape and sort of seen it evolve so. That's kind of how I got to today. Janka. Where do we find ourselves today when it comes to Mac Os and and sort of the state of things when it comes to security and what's your estimation of where we are? Generally the Mackie's a safe platform. I don't think. There's a big argument about that, but I think the the issue really is that. There is a malware problem on Mac os which never existed maybe five or six years ago. It's actually even escalated again in the last couple of years I think and I think part of that is to do with the fact that Maxim now. Foul often found in business environments whereas they probably weren't. Going back was five or six years would really. Popular Business Machine. And I think it's also that. Just to use his vague general term threat actors. Realized there is money to be made from accuses. Possibly it comes with the development of the iphone from two, thousand seven. But the fact that people now have them. Max connected to so many other devices there a rich hunting ground for people who want to. Gather, data of adware. We. Also have some more targeted actors as well with the business environment. So. I think the situation today really is that. There is a lot more threats, for Max, and has ever been before, but I think also not a great awareness Soviet. If you compare that to say windows. Yeah. You can ask even the most basic windows us and they probably know what an AV is probably know that they need to have windows defender turned on or something like that. But with MAC users, I don't generally get that sense of awareness. You know this is sort of general feeling that it's a market. It's safe by design. You know I think that's. Something that people really need to have second thing about with the kind of threats that we see these days. It's it's my perception from the folks that I've talked to that the majority of the The malware hitting Mac users seems to be adware people. It's that classic update your copy of Flash and then something gets installed shows. Ads is, is that an accurate perception on my part I? Would say, so I think I wouldn't like to give figures because I don't really have the data to to say that, but you know it. Sort of. Off of the top of my head, I would say, probably seventy eighty, maybe even ninety percent of the stuff I actually see on a day to day basis is going to be adware and it's Kinda cousin, which is the stuff recalled bundle way all the kind of. Potentially. unwanted. Software. That gets installed alongside says, download some software manager and you get like ten. Things back keeper and Lisov utilities that are not really often any any value. That often get installed. Through hidden, very, very difficult to see check boxes and things like that. CRYPTO is also thing. We've had allowed minor bird minors in the last couple years that they've been intimidated detections. We see those on the rise quite a lot. and. Too, much lesser extent. There's bits of the spyware. Data stealing stuff, Anacostia things that get headlines every hour now, and again is the. Things Lazarus or AP GM era. You know very very targeted dings going after specific uses. So yeah, I. Mean I. think that's a fairly accurate way to think about it. In terms of the general user. I, think the most threats they're looking at our. ADWARE unbundle where? The other problem that I'm I see. Developing is when we look at these adware bundle where actors and. Listen to in the media's general slayer which has been. Pretty proactive in the last eighteen months, or so what you see is a lot of interaction between between themselves and a lot of swapping. So you get adware sources installing bundle wear and you get bundle where download is that are serving up where and it's it's kind of difficult. Actually a Lotta time to pull up different players, all these sort of paper install kind of things, some serving adware, some of them are serving genuine malware so. It seems as if there is a lot full of interaction with these guys. In terms of helping each other out to. Serve this. I mean I just called a whole lot malware. Basically, something that the US had doesn't want doesn't know and is not in our interests and as you know as far as I'm concerned it, you might as well call it all where. The number of these things his what's really. Quite. Shocking. When you look at just how much more of this is occurring this more this year than there was last year, you know almost exponentially, and this seems to be more players as

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As Pandemic Hits Colleges' Finances, Small Town May Be Affected Too

Morning Edition

04:28 min | 1 d ago

As Pandemic Hits Colleges' Finances, Small Town May Be Affected Too

"Has been devastating college finances and some of them are even on the brink of closing. What does that mean for college towns? Frank Morris of member Station has this look. Att one rural college community. Lots of towns across rule. America are in steep decline, but tiny Sterling Kansas is an island of vitality. Ah, pleasant Tuesday evening, a local gospel quintet entertains folks spread out on lawn chairs in a large tidal park. This town is anchored by Sterling College, a private evangelical Christian school, founded in 18 87. College senior Cuyler calmly calls it one big partnership. There's just so much overlap in community supports the college to college supports the community. You know, you just see how everything's intertwined. This remote town of 2200 boasts good schools, white collar jobs and a healthy downtown. College students, faculty and staff breathed life into the place, same as they do for hundreds of other little college towns across the country. But students left here in March and they haven't come back. Criminal justice Professor Mark Tremain is worried. I think the bottom line is we've got to get students back to campus. If we're going to survive. I think we have to accept whatever the risks are and do it. Starting college depends on about 500 students paying up to $26,000 a year tuition and another eight or nine grand for room and board. Sterling College President Scott Rich says the school like many others, scrapes by from year to year. We're always dependent upon enrollment always depended upon that next year, always dependent upon persistence or retention. We have to get students to come back. And we're dealing with a lot of challenges. Most schools now face daunting decisions. Scott Carlson follows the rolling crisis for the Chronicle of Higher Education. I think some of the people I know are looking at hundreds of college is going out of business within the next several years if this pandemic continues, and if the economic devastation associated with it continues, small liberal arts colleges have been shaky. For years, Enrollments have slumped down mints have been tapped. Many schools have piled on debt in a building fueled by competition for students. Most offer classes online, but online classes don't pay the bills. Most small schools survived by providing an expensive high touch in person College experience, and Carlson says the pandemic is shredding that business model. These colleges are Unique little entities all on their own, and each one of them provides a unique spin on higher education At Sterling College. The foundation is Christianity, but football is came. Workers here putting the final touches on a big Jim classroom in office complex. Many students enroll here for the chance to play college sports. It's a major selling point. About 1/4 of the students attending in person are on the football team. That's right 1/4 but sporting events could be major vectors for disease. And Jed Miller, who's finishing his degree it's early online next year, says That's another vulnerability. If Cove it defeats the athletics season this year. It will probably defeat a lot of small colleges and as a result heard a lot of small towns. Badly. While small college towns tend to be some of the healthiest communities in remote rural areas, the colleges those towns depend on now pose a physical danger to residence. Christina Darn hours a family practice doctor in sterling, the college probably is the most dangerous. Element for us in terms of covert. Shit. Potentially brings back students from all over the US who have variable levels of exposure across the country. Small colleges and college towns faced the same dilemma over opening, but not everyone thinks that's all bad. Richard Price at the Clayton Christians and Institute argues that the pandemic will lead to better online classes and more equitable schools. The traditional model. It was originally for the landed elite. And it wasn't sure all genders. It wasn't for all races, and that is slowly getting phased out. Along with some older business models that aren't fitting well, and price thinks many small colleges will adapt. Lots of them have cheated death before. There's no question the pandemic will close a number of American colleges and unravel small college towns along the way for NPR news. I'm Frank Morris.

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Mark Zuckerberg becomes world’s youngest centibillionaire, joins Bezos and Gates in $100 billion club

Fred and Angi

00:43 sec | 1 d ago

Mark Zuckerberg becomes world’s youngest centibillionaire, joins Bezos and Gates in $100 billion club

"Most exclusive club of the older rich. It's called the sent a billionaire. On Thursday, he became a sensi billionaire someone who's worth at least $100 billion. He crossed a milestone after shares in the Social Network surged. The Amazon. Jeff Basins Microsoft Bill Gates. They have bigger personal fortunes by the way Zuckerberg co founded Facebook. Of course, as you know, his wealth got its latest bump as Facebook stock climbed 6.5% on Thursday, the day after the company launched the TIC Tac Clone reels on Instagram. The release of the short video feature came just as US President Donald Trump threatened to ban Tic Tac. The Chinese owns app that has exploded in popularity over the last year knows Ah

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Dr. Will Bulsiewicz On Optimizing Your Microbiome (In A Pandemic)

The Rich Roll Podcast

04:03 min | 1 d ago

Dr. Will Bulsiewicz On Optimizing Your Microbiome (In A Pandemic)

"Great. The only thing that would be better is if we were in the same room, but that's not possible. I was hoping I was holding out hope that we would make this happen in person, but I couldn't wait any longer. So Nice to nice to see you through the computer screen. It's good to see you too, I, wish I wish we were together in person and I look forward to someday. You know hanging out, we'll do it. We'll do it as soon as soon as this lifts will get you out into the studio and and we'll go around to because there's no way that we can explore. Everything that I wanNA talk to you about today, we're only going to scratch the surface but. This is long overdue. So supersized. Where you're gonNA take this, I have great confidence. Well. The first thing I want to say is that. I spent the month of. December in Australia and I spent quite a bit of time with our mutual friends, Simon Hill and every time I got together with him. He's like you gotTa me Dr. Be you gotTa, you gotTa be the best and I know that you've been on his podcast. I think five times at this point. So I went back and listen to all of those episodes, and well, there's a lot. There's so much good information there. So like I said, we're only going to scratch the surface today, and if people are left wanting more which I know they will be, they can go and check out Simon's excellent podcast plant proof, which is really that was that was kind of a launch point for you initially, correct. Yeah, I had. A. Head. Ten thousand followers going into that podcast. And doubled that in a month. and. It went viral I, mean, that's still the most downloaded episode that he's ever had in over. Two hundred fifty thousand downloads for him. Yeah. That's great. So many things to talk about. I think an interesting launching off point for this would be. To. Kind of contextualized your work with what's going on currently in this pandemic era that we're all navigating through. And what I've been thinking about lately, and I'm interested in your thoughts on. is how we square this. You know. Need to socially distance and sanitizer environments and kind of cloister ourselves from other human beings and restrict our exposure to a variety of environments with this paramount need to increase our bio-diversity, not just with the foods that were eating. But with the environments that we visit and the people that we interact with like these two things are at odds, the importance of bio-diversity maximizing that with this need to kind of over plans everything at the moments. Yeah. I feel like health is never been as important as it is right now. There is a direct connection between your gut microbiome and the strength of your immune system. and. For that reason it. It becomes imperative that we take care of nurture a healthy gut microbiome and. You know the the the thing that stands out to me rich is. Yes. Like excessive cleanliness. Sterilizing environment not being allowed to socialize and connect with humans like all those over there. But to me, the most powerful influence is the stress. Stress. Stress. Is. Something that is affecting all of us. I mean to you know we are living through a moment of collective. Stress were all forced to take this on. There's no avoiding it. And that actually has an impact on our gut microbial. And drives us to this place where we all sort of have different ways that we cope and deal with that stress. And for many, it's turned to unhealthy habits. And that includes unhealthy food. And in many cases alcohol.

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Ilyse Hogue, President of NARAL Pro-Choice America, discusses new book "The Lie That Binds"

The Electorette Podcast

05:47 min | 2 d ago

Ilyse Hogue, President of NARAL Pro-Choice America, discusses new book "The Lie That Binds"

"I'm Jim Taylor skinner, and this is the electorate on this episode, have a conversation with the hogue, the president of Nero Pro, choice America, and he joins me to discuss her new book. The lie that binds it's really an incredible book and it chronicles how abortion rights of all from being a non-partisan backburner issue to a central 'cause champion by conservatives in the radical, right. This is really one of those books that I have to read twice. It's that informative. So without further ADO, here's my conversation with Elise. Hogue. leasehold welcome to the cast. Thank you so much. You're. So before we jump into your book, I want us to talk about something because I recently learned that you were from Texas and that really my inches because I'm also from the South I'm from Memphis Tennessee, and I was reading one of your interviews where you'd said that you wanted to leave Texas because Uber afraid that you'd be bored and that was something like totally relate to. Manila it was sort of. Knew that there was a being rolled out there and I wanted to. It be challenged in You don't both my own horizons, but also different people different people think and act and. I am so privileged grateful to have been able to do that. You know I have to admit, and you may relate to this as being from a have A. Of defensiveness when it comes to people bashing Texas, they're such amazing people. They're they're such amazing within their and during such good work, and you can't judge inspired leaders. You have to judge us by Jordan Molly ivins in grammar yards and Janice Joplin for goodness. Sake. Now. There's just and that's true everywhere where there's adversity, there are amazing women trying to make a better future to Tennessee. It's true taxes in needs recognized. That is absolutely true. I FEEL DEFENSIVE ABOUT MEMPHIS TO MEMPHIS. Amazing. You know have Bill Street. Yeah. There's some things that I wanted to get to and that's where I connected with you because I was like, yes, I understand that needs to escape. But yet you know having these strong ties to my hometown It's. US You know and I always say at in calm from a reproductive rights background at came to it, and part of that is my experience in Texas in watching Texans in particularly poor people in taxes in rural people in Texas I'm being the canaries in coalmines of these rearrested policies that use reproductive oppression disenfranchise. So I really love this book because I've read some bit of this history in different books over time, and you just put it together into end. So well, right and I. I think one of the things about the Republican. Party. That happens I think we have these debates in the media when people talk about it as we just accept the Republican. Party. As is right without kind of thinking about how they got here or the illogic of their kind of overarching philosophy because a lot of it doesn't really make sense. Right. But you know when you read your book, the Republican Party today is not the way that it used to be like it's not recognisable from. Prior, to nineteen seventy right you at one Haley. How they kind of cobbled together this coalition of these disaffected smaller groups. You know these Democrats, who weren't happy with the passage of the Civil Rights Act and know some religious groups. So what were some of these initial groups in that coalition? Awkward it was a little bit. The opposite, right that every every political party has factions. There's no question about it, but you know as as the sort of book opens, you do see Jerry Falwell senior, who, subsequently passed and Paul and at small set a really fundamental as they call themselves dominion. It S, which means they believe God gave digging into white men over systems, elliptical, economic social systems, and. Our. Country, whereas before they had to do very much Mansi in short all the sudden is rich move mad. The Women's Liberation Movement is really challenging total control over power systems in the country and they mobilized to political action fighting school desegregation and. It's a long long story. You see throughout the book is that. An establishment GOP, which you still have any conservatives who still had social liberals in fiscal conservatives, they were not finding enough to hang together in related. People who hadn't been voting band goals were building over ten. Maybe we should add up and there was crew rate and they got more and more halt on a constituency within their electoral coalition that increasingly represented a small small action in the country in their views and they. Title, they were making deals with the devil and they. You know what? If anything can prince is that the artifice around abortion which seemed great to that at the time and I'm sure we'll discuss. Because one place where were toweling. Stream minority and they knew they didn't have public pain on their side. So it was a constant balancing act and what ended up happening is these radicals increasingly over to the party with each subsequent election, and trump is the ultimate manifestation of that.

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Jumping Into Markdown

Mac Power Users

06:23 min | 2 d ago

Jumping Into Markdown

"Many Stephen Hackett, and I, have joined is always of my co-host and friend Mr David sparkes. Hello. Steven. How are you? Today? I'm good. How are you? I am ready to talk about markdown. We're touching the third rail here. The podcasting Faux Pas, we're going to talk about a little bit about coating on an audio podcast. I, think mark down the big exception. As we get into this. The whole idea is that it's really simple and so I think we can talk to this syntax and be just fine. Yeah Yeah. Well, this is a good episode we're going deep on markdown today Marc out something that a lot of people are aware of, but not as many people know how to do and it is really easy get through this podcast today. Down pro. I think so too before we get into all of that just real quick it is. We are in August. Now, I don't know how that happened. But we we will be working on and planning episodes around Iowa's fourteen. Macara's Big Sur. Couple of people had had asked about those I. Think we'll do what we did last year and and have A. Episode per release win. That is nobody knows and so we we're kind of keeping an eye on apple said in their results at the phone will be later this year by a couple of weeks does that mean? In Big Sur. Later, by couple weeks to WHO knows nobody knows. So this is going to be a fun adventure all in together this year. And related questions I've had from people are what about shortcuts and the photos field guide the most of those areas got up with this new operating system I. Think I'm going to have an a free update shortcuts when they launch Iowa's where team, but the question is nobody knows when they'll launch it. So if they launch it next week, I will not have an update ready, but there will be an update eventually or hopefully on launch day for shortcuts followed by a free update photos both of those will be free last year. I had to charge for shortcuts because apple rewrote shortcuts I to do the whole thing from scratch fortunately, that's not the case this year. So I'll have some so free updates. If you've already about those field guides also today we are going to in more power users. We're GONNA talk some tech stuff stephen is getting ready to prep for the annual the podcast on and right there's a bunch of technology involved with that. So we're looking forward to talking about that more power users today. So technology and sobbing both. Both. Right now. I really this is a stranger I have a lot of questions. boy Yeah. So let's get into. It's going to mark down. Just. A touch of background markdown was created by John Gruber the writer of daring fireball. We spoke about this episode four, hundred, sixty, six AMAC power users where he was a guest talk about the history of it. He's given other interviews about the history of markdown. and. It's really cool I. Mean it is sort of the definition of writing a project to scratch an edge. You have. He wanted a tool for riding on the web that wasn't. Junkie and Messi like html is and markdown came out of that desire I. think that's pretty cool. Yeah I mean John had a blog. He was one of the first that I was aware of the did the linked posts you know where he would link something and make a few comments about it, but it also have more extensive posts. and. He wanted simple method right in. So he did He created his own tool, and who would a guest that it became such a big thing. It's everywhere and we're GonNa get to that later in the episode of just how many places you can use markdown and it shows up in some pretty surprising projects and websites across the Internet. And the idea of it really though at its at its foundational level is just something you can write with any plain text editor that at the end of the process gives you usable text for html at least that was the original idea now since then it's become so much more because now you can export as rich text and you can do all sorts of cool things with markdown but having a starting point where you can sit there with the keyboard and not have to fiddle with code snippets and make something that's usable later. That's right. So the initial pitch when Gruber announced it is that this is a tool to convert plane tech's to html for people who are riding on the web, and so if you're blogging and you need Italics were bold or links, you don't have to do that in html you can do it in mark down and then they're marginally two things. It's the syntax and there's an interpreter and you can. Get it on your website and it Lowe's html and everybody sees a regular web page. But like you said over the years it has. Shown up everywhere. It's even supported in x code now as of a couple of years ago, which is gonNA. Feel pretty good. If you're if you're John Right this product you built being blessed and put an exco that's gotta be pretty. Cool. Talking about those two pieces of let's break them down for a second because the first piece to me is almost is definitely more important than the second piece in the first piece is it's a text syntax where you can include links and rich text items without having a rich text. You know nobody in air quotes here, word processor at your disposal, and that is something that's very useful but the syntax in addition to being something that's easily convertible he also made it and I think this is the genius of markdown he made easily readable. So when you read if I put a page of html in front of anybody listening to the show next to page of mark down. It would be obvious how much easier it is to read markdown than html because h inasmuch codes and tags and other things in it that really get in the way of finding the words whereas markdown is all about the words and the very simple syntax we're gonNA teach you here shortly. embeds all that stuff for you. So you don't you don't need to worry about.

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Silent Partner - Daryl Simmons

Rock N Roll Archaeology

03:05 min | 2 d ago

Silent Partner - Daryl Simmons

"Career Musician podcast time here. With the silent partner Dowse Simmons. When the airport in the retail Japan headed home from a long trip. Thank you so much. squeezes. Thanks. Eggs long flight. Ten Hour. So. Look I don't want. Lombardi with all the typical questions because obviously you're history both musical life experiences, you know rich full of many stories. and. Things like that. But if you wouldn't mind I, Know You and Kenny Edmonds Aka baby face go back to childhood. Just touch on that like the abridged version of that how you guys. Will actually I played in a band with his older brother Who Played Guitar. Michael Edmonds and we played I played drums and the band was instrumental band. And I used to feel like we needed a sinker. Heard that his little brother. Kenny. I'd never met Kenny and I would bug him about, hey man, why don't we? Brother would like. We don't need to get him. He really that good but I can't hear you through school. That he say. One day. We were outside back in those days in Indiana you practice garage and people would hear you would come by. So this particular day we had rehearsed outside and I was breaking down on drums and walks kid will guitar and upside down guitar with strings on it with two other guys. and. Said we was and I said, oh. You can't in the group with your brother Goes Yeah. No, and from that day. Wow. Forty seven years later. US. Never separated since. May he was eighth grade I was ninth grade I think and then sounds like such a brotherly thing to do from Michael and now we don't want them. Of course things that younger brother who was clearly mortality. President better than I don't which out to see him, and finally I saw them and I saw why Michael suppressed because he was when I first met him, I said, wow he to me. He was like a kid genius us being kids in you know I love music but this dude was like. Way Beyond whatever little talent I thought I had. there's a the are childhood friends used to say, he said, two days you WanNa make music just Kinney 'cause he's going to make it. So stick with him. And I was like I always remember that. I love those affirmations. Are Never, have never will and every. was. Musician he was a Slob neighborhood do but he knew he could see and Kenny. Kenny, always playing guitar walking around right. He could see that kid. He knew I, played music. We started hanging you want making music a stick with him because he's GonNa make it. I was like you're right. I think he's GonNa make it.

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Public health expert: 50 percent effective coronavirus vaccine would be 'better than what we have now'

NBC Meet the Press

05:21 min | 2 d ago

Public health expert: 50 percent effective coronavirus vaccine would be 'better than what we have now'

"We hit five million US cases yesterday for some perspective. The first nineteen case in the United States is believed to have occurred on February six. We hit one million cases on April Twenty, eight, eighty, two days later. It then took just forty three days to hit the two million mark on June tenth. We hit the three million mark on July seven that was twenty seven days later then just sixteen days later we rich four million US cases and July twenty third and again it took us just sixteen days to hit this five million reported case number right here in the United States joining me now is Dr Tom ingles beans, the director of the Center for Security of the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health Dr Ingles. Be Welcome back to meet the press. WanNa get a little big picture here. You know last week you were you put out a lengthy list of ten recommendations. You guys didn't call it a reset, but sort of like how do we get control of this virus? Now another one of your sort of colleagues in the larger sense Michael Star home is an op Ed. He's basically calling for a reset of some sort New York Times today editorial page calling this. It feels though as public health officials are all calling for some sort of reset. Partial. lockdowns things like this and yet we are not having that conversation at all on the political side of things. Are, are we doomed to sort of live with this virus now if we're not GONNA at all look at your recommendations I DON'T THINK WE'RE DOOMED To this fate I? Think we we know what to do. Other countries have done it. I think the purpose of these resetting reports these for a kind of a reestablishment of the basics. Is that we know that another country's universal masking fiscal, distancing, avoiding large gatherings. Those kinds of things have worked. If we look at countries like Italy and Spain and France, they have a total of about seven or eight deaths today and we have thousand, but it's not magic what they did. We know what they did. So I think if we act together in national unison, we can get there and that's what the purpose of these many of these reports are I want to bring up the issue of masks there've been some people that said if we had ninety five percent compliance unmask wearing, we could get rid of we could sort of get this fires under control. Is that unrealistic and we do need to do more than just mandating masks Do. Not, alone. Not by themselves or alone the solution, but they are a critical part of it. We know that physical distancing makes a big difference. We know that large gatherings are places where super spreading events occur and people have the opportunity or the virus has the opportunity to get around quickly and for. Many people at once. So we have to do a number of things together in terms of you know simple things like diagnostic testing results coming back much more quickly. It's it's unacceptable for the country to have to have testing comeback a week or even two weeks later it's not useful at that point there's no point even doing the test. So a number of that we have to do, but they're not they're not complicated they may be hard, but we have to do them kind of in unison. And all of those, they're not hard except when you when the word politics gets involved, it makes everything a little bit harder and I wanNa keep you out of the political space here. Let me ask you a question about that scenes and to sort of set expectations doctor Fauci implied that the first vaccine that we get, he hopes it's seventy five percent effective. The FDA has said they will approve any vaccine that's at least fifty percent effective. Can you explain to the public what that means what it means and what it doesn't mean and what our expectations should be for the first vaccine Well, we know that many of the vaccines that we use are not perfect. They don't prevent every case of disease but if they prevent a substantial portion of disease than that can help us get to a point where most of us are protected, the disease can spread quickly between people anymore a concept that is called her immunity. Herd immunity doesn't mean we will won't disease anymore. It means it's not gonNA efficiently as efficiently spread in an epidemic form. and. Is there a percentage figure in your mind that you think will sort of give us a huge? Huge step in the right direction is at a vaccine that is at seventy five percent or does fifty percent do you fear that could be a false sense of hope. I think we would take fifty percent because it's fifty percent is a lot better than what we have. Now we've we've no tools to no no vaccine tools or medicine tools that we can use to slow this down. So fifty percent would be would be far better than what we have. Now of course I think we all want something that is seventy, five, eighty, five. Ninety percent effective. But we'll have to see what we get and I think for the amount of time has passed since the beginning of this pandemic to have a vaccine that's even fifty percent effective in in the coming months or the beginning of twenty twenty, one would be phenomenal. But again, we hope it's better but fifty percent would be better than what we have now. Tom ingles be from Johns, Hopkins One of our experts that we have on here regularly, really appreciate you coming on and sharing your expertise with us. Sir.

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Galapagos Island Shark Population In Danger From Overfishing

Environment: NPR

03:57 min | 2 d ago

Galapagos Island Shark Population In Danger From Overfishing

"Sharks in the Galapagos Islands are being decimated by fleets of fishing vessels many of them Chinese and that's bringing these vital creatures to the brink of extinction. Turn is a professor of biology at the. San Francisco Kiko in Ecuador and he's advocating for an expansion of protected waters in the area to save the sharks and he joins us now professor her welcome to the program. Thank you. It's great to be here. I understand fleets of international ships many of them. Chinese. Come to these waters every year and they're they're now what brings them. Well the waters off Galapagos and just in this region of very, very productive Galapagos islands are in a big obstacle in the middle of the ocean. So there's a deep cold water current that's flowing from the West and when it hits, the abacus platform is diverted at the surface and that creates a lot of productivity. So we get very rich fishing grounds and also fantastic biodiversity. How many ships are there? How many sharks are there? And you know what is this situation? Exactly as it stands at the moment, will galapagos is home to about thirty odd species of sharks, and some of those are critically endangered such as the scalloped hammerhead shark, and some of those are also highly migratory, the scalloped hammerhead, the Silky Shark, the whale shark, they all leave the borders of the marine reserve, and then they're subject to different levels of threat. So these vessels come into these waters and while they're fishing for other species, they catch these sharks in their nets. Yes depending on the method of fishing the longliners perhaps the vessels that we would be concerned about these are extensively fishing for tuna, but they will also catch several endangered shark species. During their fishing. And we know that if they do catch these species than they will retain them and keep them on board. So. These vessels though we should be clear aren't doing anything illegal they are allowed to fish with fishing. So why exactly are shark populations still taking a hit right? These vessels operating in international waters and depending on the fleet, they'll be operating under a regional fisheries organisations. The problem is that the species that we're trying to protect in Galapagos don't understand any of that. They go whether they WANNA go. As the problem is that once they leave the protective waters of the marine reserve, they're immediately under threat. There are hammerhead foraging grounds out in international waters and numbers have declined. There was a study cocoa sign, which is our neighbor in Galapagos, and they found that hammerhead sharks have declined by about forty five percent since the creation of the marine reserve, which is not the result you would hope for. So what you're advocating for an expansion of Ecuador's marine reserves, right that would help protect these areas of marine diversity and also. The. Shark. Species. I'm advocating on several levels I think first of all, we need to expand our reserve and this is something that we can do as a nation within our jurisdiction but I think we also need to play a more prominent role in the development of the Biodiversity Beyond National Jurisdiction Agreement that is currently in the works, and this will allow for better protection for these species. Once they're in the high seas, it will even allow for the creation of open water or high seas, marine protected areas. So I think we to work on several levels. The international waters needs to be considered in a more conservation perspective than they have been until now. Alex. is a professor of biology at the. San Francisco, they keep in Ecuador Professor Arun. Thank you very much. Thank you.

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Prions And Infectious Proteins

Talking Biotech Podcast

05:11 min | 4 d ago

Prions And Infectious Proteins

"So today's topic is one I've wanted to address for a long time. It's the topic of Priante, a fascinating area of infectious particles that aren't. Alive, it's not it's not viruses or bacteria or or fungus, and in the days of cove it if you really wanted something else to have to worry about him. Here we go. Here's Priante and fascinating topic that has some very interesting routes and potentially some application to a number of important neurological diseases. So we'll say we're speaking with Dr Cassandra Teri. She's a reader in protein pathology at the London Metropolitan University in London so welcome to the podcast Dr Terry. Thank. You Kevin thanks for having me on. Yeah. This is really really good. I really appreciate you. Taking the time to meet with us because this is a topic that I think has. Just, so captivating. And we really need to start with the basics and there's a disease called Kuru. What is Kuru? and. Why is it important for us to understand pre-owned related disease? Okay. Yes. So curry is a really really interesting disease and. is. A disease that was found the tribes of people in. New Guinea. Um. What you what they used to do as part of that culture is when members family members of their tribe. Would die What they would do is they would actually. Senator. Eat parts of the of the of the person that had dead deceased. And And you know many years later when scientists looking into this, what happened was a lot of people down with this strange Strange symptoms the couldn't really work out why so many people within these tribes were getting these symptoms. So. When scientists eventually looked into it to try work out what was going on and they bend discovered the doing this practice this rich listrik cannibalism I'm what happened was essentially. A parts of the body such as. The central nervous system in the brain were eaten. By members of the tribe and those people who you know these parts of the brain. A parts of their body that were essentially infected with prions they got passed on to people who eat within the tribe. So essentially, what's happening is People within this community came down with the same disease Kuru. So it was it's been directly linked to the fact that. Members of this tribe were essentially add contracting this disease by ingesting m other m humans who had this these prions essentially I mean it's a fascinating disease unluckily this. The which list cannibalism has now been banned, it's not been stopped and there's been no more cases of crew and but it from a scientific point of view. It's very interesting to to see the actually this was one of the first reported cases of a transmission of a disease from humans to other humans. So this is why it's really Important to understand Karoo and from a scientific point of view because it shows prions can be transmitted. From humans to other humans. Now, you say, you say prey on and I've always said Priante and I've taken classes where said preempt is this like a tomato tomato thing like a UK okay. I try on other people, call them Priante if complete. Other. Correct pronunciations. Prions you can call them preowneds his. Just wanted to make sure I. got it right because you don't want to talk to a world expert and get it wrong. So that's a by. Could you tell us more about what is a PRI- on? So. They are essentially transmissible at infectious proteins. So they all proteins which are found within your body. And what they do is they can convert into a abnormally folded form of of the protein. And they can actually be transmitted. To species on cools disease essentially an infectious protein possible. It's really interesting stuff. So so you say they're naturally found in the body what is their role in the central nervous system? This is this is really important questions so. Obviously, lots of people, lots of scientists have tried to look at what it actually meant to be doing when they're not on the disease state, and actually if you look at mouse models, if you knock this protein out this off pc prion protein, if you knock your towels in mouse models. Mice. Absolutely. Fine. So exactly what it's doing in the body is not entirely clear. So there's lots of different theories are what it could be doing, but to this day was still not entirely sure what the prion protein does when it's not causing disease.

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The Most Dangerous Fruit in America

Gastropod

05:00 min | Last week

The Most Dangerous Fruit in America

"Start our watermelon adventure, we called one of the world's great watermelon. Harry Paris he has worked on watermelon science per years as part of Israel's agricultural research. Service. Well, I think the first thing that comes to the first two syllables water right? This is a true rich table. which has a lot of water and which actually probably the first use by people of this particular natural products. Was To quench thirst I've spent summers in Israel, and it is basically watermelon paradise but that's not actually were Harry I fell in love with a watermelon it all started when his dad grew watermelons in the backyard in their home in Brooklyn in the nineteen sixties then Harry gave watermelon farming himself fifteen years old and there was a new variety called Crimson sweets that came out and plans at a few seats in the garden and Lo and behold by the fall we got one nice big sweet high quality watermelon fruit. That we grew in the backyard in Brooklyn and from then on I was just hoped. Harry was well ahead of the local war hipster curve in Brooklyn but the watermelon is neither from Brooklyn nor from Israel, in fact, its origins are a little bit of a mystery. One of the big headlines was back in the mid nineteenth century when the British explorer David Livingstone went to the southern African deserts and low and behold. It was the year in which there was more rain than average and he found a large areas just covered with wild watermelons. He's wild watermelons were hard but does the name says have water say to pound them and so on and so forth but you could squeeze the water out of them David Livingston was searching for the source of the Nile. But apparently, he was also as a side hustle looking for other sources like the source of our sweet watermelons and people thought he'd founded the wild ancestor but Livingston was wrong about the source of the Nile and as it turns out now. We know he was wrong about those wild watermelons to now that scientists can examine the DNA of melons. They found that the Kalahari desert wild melon that Livingston came upon is not the ancestor of our sweet watermelon. But DNA is just one of the tools that scientists are using to try to figure out where and when the watermelon was domesticated, you can't just use one approach. You have to use an archaeology approach you have to use clients science you have to use. Linguistics you have to go into literature some of it'll some of an ancient. And even more than that. Of course, with the latest that we know genetics and genome can assist us first of all the plant Science Livingston was at least on the right continent because there are wild watermelons of various different species all over. Africa. So the wild relatives watermelon their fruits are smaller and rounder not elongate. They have often perfectly round it small fruits the outside looks like a watermelon like little, green and white. But inside they all have this extremely bitter and usually white. Whitish pulpits azan Renner is a professor of biology at the University of Munich and she's another one of the world's watermelon expert Suzanne's as you could boil these Super Beta watermelons for jam or you could use them medicinally as kind of a purge to clean out your insides. Basically, the wild watermelon wasn't a tasty thing to eat raw at all. So where the desert watermelon comes from, there are two things that have to happen to these bitter wild melons to turn them into the watermelons. We love today to specific genetic mutations. The first one is a mutation. That switches off the production of bitchy chemicals and so this mutation occurs in nature as bad for the plan because the plant of course has this bitterness to defend itself not eaten so that the fruits would not be yeah for the plan is better to lose the bitterness but for us, it's good and we can only imagine that native people every once in a while tried one of these melons maybe for what may be hoping for something to chew on and found some that wasn't bitter Suzanne's scientists know what that mutation is and how to find it in. A melon they just to look and the second mutation is the one that turned it red inside rather than white the red colors also well understood this is well studied and it's a completely different set of teens. This is and other scientists know exactly which two mutations they're looking for. Those mutations aren't common and wild melon. So when did they happen? When were watermelons domesticated Harry says the place to look for those clues is archaeology in ancient Egyptian tombs. Archaeologists have found paintings of whole watermelons on a platter there oblong and striped watermelons today not round like the. Wild bitter ones but did those ancient Egyptian watermelons taste like the ones we eat did they have the mutations for sweetness and maybe for the red color the painting can't really tell you that. But fortunately, some other watermelon evidence has showed up in a four thousand year old Egyptian tomb complex the seeds and leaves from the tomb ended up at the q Royal Botanic Gardens in England

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Homophonix Artist Interviews: Rainbow Riots

HOMOGROUND

05:39 min | Last week

Homophonix Artist Interviews: Rainbow Riots

"We begin in Stockholm. It is true that Sweden produces an astonishing amount of legendary music small country. Third and world music exports after the US and the UK. No surprise that within the queer communities are Sweden there exists a bevy of talent. Rainbow Reports is a nonprofit organization using arts and coach as tools to advocate for human rights, LGBT Iq, plus people globally. Now. More than ever. Our focuses humane humans should be equality and acceptance for all. It is clear that social justice is not yet where it should be, which is why arts and coach organizations like Rainbow, riots exist if you're lucky enough to live in a country where there oiled ubt brides, a lot of times people get complacent and they think, oh, this is the norm. This is the standard while it ain't Jinnai they're like seventy plus countries in the world grades illegal with same sex relations and where people get killed where where. A death penalty sometimes. Free. Sometimes I think we have freedom, but the struggle still continues. The filed the torture still continues. The fight for freedom still continues. Let's put our hands together for freedom for freedom. Through Rainbow Riots Hitter Lemberg brings to light the ongoing injustices faced by LGBT plus family worldwide. With a background in music production visuals, events publication in community projects combined with an amazingly generous creative spirit. Is Well to use music and media to inform and educate. Rainbow riots invited artists from several countries to take part in a concert as part of the Stockholm pride two, thousand and seventeen. They also made their presence known within the pride parade from the back of a truck proudly blasting out there incredible musical achievements. I asked Peta which countries were represented. On the rainbow riots flow we had a representatives from Sweden what and we had Uganda Kenya. We had Malawi and we had Jamaica. One of the standout tracks from that for me was a song called freedom. See the crowd. Jumping into. Heard? Freedom. To it in such a way can you tell me up freedom came about when I started making freedom which I co? Bro With? Lesbian rapid called you'll be she's A. Legendary rap group in this in the states called. And when we wrote it, it was kind of like part of my old project housing Wallenberg and kind of thought. It was going to be part of that. But then as I started gravitating towards doing something with Queer activism around the world I, started turning my movement Rainbow Rides into a creative project and I thought well, freedom should be part of that. Really. So that's when I went down to Uganda and started working in Uganda 'cause I thought if I'm going to make this album with queer voices from the world's most dangerous places I've gotta go to the belly of the beast which is Uganda. So I thought okay. Well, I've got to go there ain't going to be nice in preschool ad. And before I went like my passport was running out, so yeah, they add to reissue a possible at the Swedish apple before my flight and they gave me a pink. And I thought. How appropriate with driving along well, exactly Scotland I'm going into Uganda practically waving rainbow flags. This is not going to end well because I was not sure what to expect the anything I'd seen and heard was that nobody nobody in Uganda who was queer was safe and everybody was you know hiding whenever you saw an interview with somebody they will always hiding behind a blood pixellated sort of thing and and not just come to know people going to want to be part of this project. Is it going to be really difficult? What am I going to expect? So therefore came prepared with a song that I'd already written which with freedom I thought at the best maybe I can get some people to dogs in the video at least will have something. But when I arrived, I found a thriving queer community with love creativity and that's how the project started. When I arrived in Uganda realized wow I could really make a whole out I could turn this into something much bigger or they're already artists to establish themselves within the community who were making music. N You lots of quiz singers and performers an artist, and I ended up right in the middle of it. So you know I arrived armed with one song and you know it turned into an album of freedom was starting song, and of course, a features my my old correcting partner you'll be of your majesty but also features a Ugandan singer cold deep lack on bicycle and also on the spoken word intro and the thing about freedom was the I always knew that it was really instant kind of be happy pride song and I just wanted to dot context to put it in. Something else. So it's not just the body, song? To. Put it into context of something really really important life and death and I kinda thought what what better way to to get the message out to make people ons. That was to make them listen.

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Makeup for (the Fantasy) Tour!

Full Coverage

06:32 min | 2 weeks ago

Makeup for (the Fantasy) Tour!

"Our main feature today will be tool related now every year and Harry go through everything buying at all. You know I love to buy something for tour and we always talk about the makeup. I'm taking on, too. Because there was no tore this year dastardly Colbrad. I thought it would be fun to talk through the things that I would be taking with me the new things because now having been doing this podcast for three years and having been touring forever. It's interesting to see what does and does make it in. That's new and goes out and What stays like what remains? That's really interesting for me. Hopefully, it's GonNa be interesting you, but you think about it as I can is my travel kit, but it's my most important makeup of the whole years tool. Make up an event makeup, so it's a makeup I. Trust the most that I love the most, and I know is the most reliable so my tool. Makeup Kit is always. Big Priority for me. Slap wise, so we're going to look at what's made it into my talk. It my non existent toolkit. That will be major before that we've got loads of new news absolutely bucketloads first up. I know everyone's so excited about this launch is the fantasy skin launch? They have announced their first three items and predictably fantasy skin skincare. We starting with a cleanser. Atone annoys. I mean basic three steps God bless round of keeping it simple. Now. We're going to look at the individual items. We haven't tried these yet. We haven't got our samples yet. They will be launching at the end of this week. So by the time we've tried them. You could have tried them, but let's all stay in touch and discuss as we know, so. We start off with the total cleanser. There's no east as a cleanser, so it's a cleanser to be technical is to in one cleanser makeup remover. Just cleansers. You'd better wash your face. Morning and night y'all this I'm reading directly from INSTAGRAM? Post! This is not my. These are not my feelings. So the ingredients are Baba. Bob Babo Spa. US Jesus. Christ Lindsey rounders from Barbados, but we just cherry an ingredient with antioxidants, each cherry pat with vitamin C. than an orange, but that doesn't really tell you how much fitness is in this product, but anyway it's got vitamin C in there. It's GOT GINGKO BILOBA checking. Never say to control oil and clarify shine green tea again. Rich in antioxidants, fake, a desert, loving fruit that entire oxidants does a lot of antioxidants, and it's got quince in that era. Fruit infused minerals. I mean. I guess quences right, is it? You can get it in the supermarket in jam form. But I don't know so yeah lots of antioxidants. Some vitamin, C in here an cleanser now the one thing I want to point out because this is what you're GonNa, see throughout the range is as a lot of talk of pause. So this is it purifies pause and helps fight shine long after rinsed off I. Don't know how it's doing that I. Don't know how it lands is helping to fight shy long after your off apart from that it's removed any possible oil causing shine when you using it. But we'll see we'll find out step to the skin. Routine is the fat water, poor refining, toner and serum. Fat Water, so it's called fat water, 'cause it's thick, double see, but also I think just thick with a K. would cover it to unique textures. You can pour in Johann to apply. No cottam pads needed so I think rather than this actually being a traditional toner as we would know it. This is actually more of an. It's thick liquid that you porn. Johanna apply directly to your skin, so you don't need to use cotton pads it's it's an essence. Isn't it? Not really a toner? It's alcohol free. That's fantastic. It's a tone of Serum Combo is an essence that targets targets. Pause improves the look of. Sorts Brighton smooth and fights shine, so it's got nice in a might in. We Love Niacin more Baba's Cherry Cool, Australian, Lemon Myrtle and Hazel water interesting, which is all is is a commonly used ingredient. Some people just use which as long its own good see that here Japanese raisin tree to help detoxify. I don't know what Japanese raising tree is. It, isn't it? Isn't it a grapevine? No, it probably is. Maybe there is a tree. I'm going to Google it. I should have done this before I talked to you about it, but I just saw. These posts are set down to record. I thought it was very important news to share with you. Japanese raisin tree to help deflect. I believe you cactus flower to help hydrate and green tea and fig again Richon toxins, so man antioxidants in here which I love the only thing I don't love about this. Think, that's a tone because attorney plus serum I think they're trying to make it sound like something new, and actually just an essence a that's marketing. Sure whatever the poor refining par don't like I. Don't like when things imply that they can change the size of your pores because they can't. They can just clean them. They can't shrink them. They don't open or close open. Close component goes you put closure policy open. They do not have a door on them. You can just clean them I feel like. Maybe it's of hints at that which I love, but it does look like an interesting product with lots of yummy ingredients. I can't wait to see the full inky I can't wait to see the Highlands Review on this I'm sure we will talk about it next week on our event step. Three of the fifties can sorta step. Is A moisturizer obviously, Hydra visor invisible MOISTURIZER SPF. You know awesome. It's again nice in highland acid. Melon Wild Moat. Watermelon more antioxidants. This is lovely. I love. All these things says there's no chalking USC pink tinted applies on all skin tones. That's no flashback. It says has no pilling says it boosts and brightens skin that makes pause. Fine lines wrinkles less visible instantly on overtime. I. I don't know because I haven't tried yet. It's coral reef friendly for the SPF in there, which is fantastic, it's also earth, conscious and refillable. Now I love that it's refillable. and. It looks like it's an awesome airtight pump. Love

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"rich" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

05:29 min | 2 months ago

"rich" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"In and every email over decades. said, hey. Can you read this for me? Can You watch this for me? Can you do this thing with me? He said yet every single time. It. Just made me cry I. I just wow. He was just a hundred percent there for me. And Yeah I mean I. Get all worked up about it. I I just loved him so much I put out a book called. It's Gary Shannon's book because I found so many hilarious jokes and journal entries and photos that if people are interested in that, they can check that out and the doctors on HBO, streaming. So you, you can still see it if Have a lot of time if it's four hours, and that'll four hours of your day APP Italian King of Staten Island here on the rich Eisen show the Yankees having affiliate on Staten Island and made in. It's your film You are a met Fan. Though correct, you're a die. Hard met fan. I'm a fan of the mets. I was a kid and I used to go to see Dwight Gooden del Strawberry when I was in a senior at high school and I went to so many of the great white good and Games those were festivals, Judd, those were fest were like circuses when he would get on the mound and people start clapping with two strikes. It was unbelievable. I, it's hard to describe the people going baseball game where every single pitch for the entire game, the place exploded. energy in those. Dwight gooden games was incredible I remember seeing him threw a one hitter to hit hitter against the cubs that year and I've I've never seen anything more exciting, and then I got a thirty for thirty about Dwight, gooden. Darryl strawberry now is great stuff now. What? What do you do? again I I. Know You're from the New York City Metropolitan area, and your new film is about. What do you do with a guy from New Jersey? Who Works on your show? WHO's known to exaggerate the truth a little bit who claims to have started the K. Corner? What do you? What do you say about the? New York Times. Article I showed you guys. He's A. Guy Mike del Tufo says he started the K. Corner. Judd! That's pretty incredible. He really says that now I did not start it. Well I knew the people that started. Bottoming Times because of the guys that we used to sit with us. Did, it left. To credit okay, you missed it. Over thank you, Judd, you see. He understands based Youtube Schmo. Just say I'm a liar so without you. There was nobody hanging backward ks now, and we did that for the game, and that was what we stayed for judge. You should've concluded him in your in your thirty for thirty. Basically what I'm saying, you know that was a big part of my life those cases. Changed Baseball people did they did that I. Guess in some ways they still do it, but then it was exciting back then I don't know. They don't even let people play enough of the game now to get any strike. strikeouts track I. Know Now that's good, and it would be just like well third time through the order against a left-hander. We'll put the shift on. Maybe we'll just take them out. You know the let the computer decide they go. Thanks for the time. Thanks for the call. CONGRATS in the King of Staten Island, I recommend that any any any better we're. GonNa we'RE GONNA have bill burr up next week Oh. Yeah, real quick, ask ask him a poll question. Before before we go, we have about two minutes left I. It's the anniversary of the Sopranos Finale today. So, we're asking everyone. Do you think the members only jacket Guy Killed Tony at the end? I just say this. I am a big fan of that ending. I think that time has proven the David Chase was correct. I think it's It's almost a religious type of ending which is, it doesn't matter where you end. It doesn't matter that that's that was the life. It doesn't matter if he got killed. That day didn't get killed to. It's a it's the emptiness Buddhist expression so I say There's no way to ever know hand. What does it sound of one hand clapping guys? You know what I'm saying. Director screenwriter. Sports Talk Radio Show you must have an opinion. There is no or there is no nuance in this. In this medium judge, Rene you vote for what you think. He's dead or not. Oh. We shouldn't celebrate like now. Take care take care thanks. There's Judd appetizer. See four out of. The directors like it's very. He went the very garry shandling answer. Fun Chat again. The Kingstown Islands a really fun deep film and Pete. Davidson is also I'll use this word revelation. Oh! That's what that's. What film critics say. Poster. Ya! Revelation Dash Rich Eisen richeisenshow. Please put that thanks to rich climbing. Jimmy Johnson Riccar Lyle and Joe Thomas. And you. We will see you back here on Thursday at. The Rich Eisen show on NBC. Sirius Xm channel eleven in you cou dot com slash richeisenshow. The Adam Corolla shows going on the road next. Stop Nashville Tennessee Clay Travis is joining me on Friday and podcast ones Kaitlyn Bristowe from off..

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"rich" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

04:09 min | 10 months ago

"rich" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"In for rich as you heard rich Eisen and be calling in just a minute he is getting set to call game in London Bucks Panthers over across the pond before we continue I do have to say hearty congratulations to the Washington mystics by hometown. WFAN capture the championship the mystics went through twelve coaches they suffered through eleven losing seasons in their I fifteen years now Ted Leonsis who owns the wizards the mystics and the capitals has his second championship of course Stanley Cup for the Washington capitals and now the Washington mystics led by Elena Delle on great story there who quit playing basketball all the other and then came back and is now the WNBA MVP and they have a championship The Washington mystics congrats to them all right I asked you the most exciting player in your lifetime you have seen on an NFL field me I think it's I think it's probably Patrick Mahomes the guys the face of the NFL right now you guys calling in we have Adam from Arkansas on the line right now on the rich Eisen show what's up man this is Dan Halley most exciting player in your lifetime who is it and thanks for taking my call now the guy that couldn't turn the channel on with Jon Sanders and if that Gal in a game you never knew which South Bollywood GonNa show up on special teams and he could turn the game around in arena half seconds prime was great and you know what I think coming out of Florida state it was as much about what was going on off the field as it was for on the field and one of the few where he married those together and he became I think he was one of the first guys to really become a brand and personnel thirty that matches success on the he was electric and it obviously helps the he he returned punts when you have a guy who's shutdown corner who can get the ball in his hands and he did makes it fun to watch whenever now then he would show up one runaround receiver you're right now that's the I can do the other guys too it's what I love about dion I'm literally he's the goat he's the greatest to ever play the position he still talks about how good he was in high school basketball and in what because that he was good at everything but it feels like he probably could have played in the NBA and who am I to doubt it that guy is one of the greatest athletes ever they walk the earth the same can be said for Michael Vick was a fantastic high school basketball player and there was a receiver that played it marshland everybody knows his name and right now aping me Randy Moss at the hospital basketball player also played with with Jason Williams there in West Virginia Randy Moss did Adam from Arkansas thank you very much for the call yeah that's another name that just comes to mind might be one of those Randy Moss was going away for a moment to break in and tell you but he's another guy one of the most exciting players especially that two thousand seven we talked about the two thousand eleven patriot just different an absolute freak not a freak but joining us now on his own show Rich Eisen from London. How're you doing my friend what a great engine Dan do you yeah you know it's all good how you guys I everybody's doing great obviously obviously missing you what's the word fire what's the word there in London have you done any production meetings have you done all the production meetings walk me through you know I I like to play play stuff now okay sorry flavor right now on lumpy on something called Duke of Strange I am walking in the streets of London Saint James Gardens the left for anybody scoring at home and I'm walking back to my hotel after hanging out with a couple of buddies play Poker I do actually came after the game diehard NFL and there was a one of several believe it or not the demonstrations.

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"rich" Discussed on Rich Dad Radio Show

Rich Dad Radio Show

04:02 min | 1 year ago

"rich" Discussed on Rich Dad Radio Show

"Listen to us and discuss it because as much as i'd dump on education rich that is an education company. Take an ethnic education is the most important attribute of <hes> from somebody should seek right yeah absolutely it depends on what kind of education and just as rich as saying find out what the kids are interested in find out what you're interested in and seek the education to that so anyway his elect raila love love love this book you know one of the mona melissa. What did you think of the book robert. I thought it was one of the best books that i've ever read as you know we do. We do a lot of research here for the show and see we see a lot of business books and i really must say yeah. I thought richest book <hes> was by far one of the best i think i think his message is very very critical really for everyone and the hardest thing for me was i was always labelled stupid now. The good news was the more they labeled me stupid more inspired. I got to prove them wrong. So actually it worked reverse where but i also saw other kids got labeled stupid and they believed it when they believe that's that's dangerous and it's it's just a tragedy break that child's spirit desire to learn because you know he talked about a._d. Whatever h._d._a. is is called acute boredom. Why do they hire the most boring teach people in the world to be teachers. I just don't understand that they're just barring people that they couldn't make it in real life so they become teachers. Oh god i hate it anyway. Well then i think when we you talked about this at the break with rich one of the one of the keys and one of the trade offs that's happened is trade. Everybody's so driven to get that a and to get into the right school and they're they're scheduled every single minute of the day and they've traded this drive for early success and they've given up curiosity. They've given up creativity. They've they've given up discovery. These kids don't discover and they did not curious because they're told you have to do this this this this i think that's a crime and other thing too is i see these parents driving and a little precious darlings from this event piano lessons golf lessons soccer lessons. Give them a bike dumped. The ride in. Tom worked worked for the money. I mean this boy little this poem rotten anyway. I'm just jealous because i got nothing anyway so you can submit your questions. Just ask robert at richdad dot com melissa. What's the question our first question. Today comes from brianna in salt lake city favorite book rich woman. Thank you brianna sir. Sir question is this. My husband and i are trying to give our kids some base financial education. We see the differences in how they each learn and handle money. Do you have any suggestions on what steps we should take to continue their education so they will find learning about money fun well. I hope you have a cash cash. Flow board game because the cash flow board game is of the best teaching tool much better than a boring old schoolteacher because cash flow involves solve your brain your emotions because you hate losing yet the physically do something and in inspires spirit because you know losing a wonderful thing if it inspires inspires you to win but somebody kids like like a said there brittle. They have no resilience to him. They they just want everything handed to him. What a pack a losers man. What a pack of losers so that's why talks about with hillbilly ila j. marine corps stripe them up send the kid into the marine corps but no less important thing is have fun. That's why i still play monopoly mirisch dacha sorry applying monopoly with me the other thing he did. He then took me to his. You know four greenhouses red hotel. He took me to his greenhouses. I went holy moly that it was more than just a board game so i if yeah i don't i'm not saying it has to be real estate but if it stocks look at a guy array dallaglio abridge weather biggest hedge from the world he started buying stocks at a young ace amos warren buffett. Would you want to do it when the brain is still malleable pliable so take the child..

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"rich" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

04:19 min | 2 years ago

"rich" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"Dan Hicks and Ferte with the call on NBC. And as I said at the top of the show, I guess that eighteen those two shots that we just played for the radio and and television audience. It is in capitals perfectly what a great just rock-solid mentally solid round that Francesco our came out with yesterday to get inside of Tiger Woods on the Vandevelde whole. I'm Tom, I mean on the van-de-velde whole everybody watching Tigers already gotten close to try and birdie to get into clubhouse tied at the with the clubhouse best number and who knows what Molinari can do on that hole. And he gets inside of tiger and walks off with a birdie and the cleric jug. Just remarkable rich Lerner, the golf channel back here and there is and show what you think rich. Well, it's a new generation good to be the rich day. Certainly respect tiger they they know what he's done for the game, what he's done for them, put money in their pocket with these huge TV contracts, but they no longer fear tiger maybe someday that'll change. But that was a sneaky. Great performance by Molinari's sixty nine. It's not sort of a mind blowing number like a sixty four in the final round. But given how difficult Carnoustie played two under par without a bogey under the pressure playing alongside, you know, a mythical creature as showing Norris on Saturday, tiger's playing partner is showing Norris called a mythical creature without a bogey for two days. This case of a guy who was sort of a journeyman for for a long time in his mid thirties in the last two months, suddenly figuring something out and he's been a great player the best player in the world. The last two months became. Sit up, we don't know, but I saw this. I was on the call for the BMW PGA championship. It's the flagship event on the European tour played outside of one in may and Molinari thoroughly outplayed Rory mcilroy for two days over the weekend. I mean, kicked his rear end up down. Sideways didn't miss a shot. But the thing is we'd always call them kinda ball striking genius, but didn't make enough putts. He's added some sort of creativity, magic touch the last two months, and it's made a different players. Now, the six ranked player in the world, and he's every bit of that. And again, I didn't see his round on Saturday very much, but obviously I was locked in on Sunday. I don't even think he came in through the side door with any of his putts rich. Jarring them with pace, and it was phenomenal it and it's hot to. I mean, this guy is mid thirties was just always known as kind of a boring ball striker you ever listen our telecast on golf channel. Anytime Francesco Molinari came on the screen with red Cesco Molinari second shot here at number seven. What are the game's premier boss? Reichel strikers struggles a bit on the greens. And so you know, he just kind of languished. He was good earner made money twenty fifth twenty eight thirty third in the world that kind of guy, but never made any noise. But he is a different guys training differently looking at data. And I think that's the beauty of golfers that you can age. Well, Ben Hogan didn't really peak until he was in his mid to late thirties, Potter Harrington. One three majors beginning at the age of thirty six. So it's possible. Nick foles won a Super Bowl as you know, sort of a journeyman. Quarterback, but I, it was an incredible and a lot of ways the first sort of four to five hours with tiger peaking and tiger threatening. We're more exciting than the last thirty forty minutes. But when you had six guys at one point tied at six hundred par, three or four, the biggest names woods speed. Justin Rose will remake row with eagle at fourteen. It was off the chain, and it turned out to be the highest rated final round of an open since tiger won in two thousand six, Liverpool. Rich nerve golf channel here on the rich Eisen show, and Johnny Miller was commenting during the NBC broadcast rich that Tigers moving spectacularly that that it that he didn't have a care in the.

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"rich" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

04:57 min | 2 years ago

"rich" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"The man grabbed the ball on the widely seen video at actually already helped a little boy of all earlier. The young man is a game used ball and a hobby buys ball all is well guys. A-ok. So let it go people. I retweeted all that because I was part of seeing a video and not even thinking for two seconds that there might be another back story. And there are still some people saying still that ball was clearly meant for the kid. And it should have still gone to him. He should have gotten to balls one. Both of them game us. None of them signed by hobby buys. The cubs played a role in this because him them tweeting out this picture of, hey, everything's a-ok. Kind of there was like, I don't know the bus Bartman is the guy behind him. Exactly. And so let this be a lesson because. Back in the day. By the way, this is now the second segment narrow which I'm dating myself. That's okay. Mitch. That would have been on sportscenter out of done. The highlight of that Dan, Keith was on again last night. Would have done the highlight of it. We're seeing all of us would have been, and that would have made it on sportscenter. We might have by that time, gotten the back story of it or gotten it wrong, gotten it wrong because we didn't know the backstory because we wouldn't have had Twitter to tell us a back story or read it or whatever to tell us a back story to hold our horses. But folks I wouldn't have been walking around in the afternoon at one o'clock in the afternoon, seen it in the palm of my hand. We are so damn quick. And I am going to raise my hand and tell the my folically challenged compadres my bad. I apologize. And I will from now on refrain from doing this sort of stuff I have to, I have to certainly the journalism degree that I got from northwestern. This should be taught in schools. This is an important lesson. We need to hold some horses in this day and age with thinking viral. So quick, you know, I feel for this guy that for he's there is still some people that haven't seen the not. Let's put it this way. Not everybody who re tweeted the video of him not giving the ball to the kid re tweeted the corrections, which is what I did. So I'm gonna put myself in the back row and tell me that I sucked. Yesterday, I feel bad. I really do. And I guess the messages to everybody out there, a baseball game give every damn ball kid. Well, that was that was we're not on that. You're like the kiss you to call it. Come on. To get you to Kat it. He has a glove. Why are you bringing up to a game? Yours? Catch ball, a little child. Well, he couldn't catch it because he already had a ball in the glove that the guy giving him. I mean, imagine that at the time that I was re tweeting this and saying, this guy sucks that that it would that that the kid already had a ball that the guy behind him help get. Now, here's another thing too that I'm saying this right now. I'm hoping that these guys that I'm fellow that I'm quoting the deadspin put out there. Everybody else that this guy's not messing around anymore. This is why we can't do anything fun anymore. It's like people just want to ruin it just for the sake of ganging up riling on it stinks. It's definitely a lesson. It's definitely a lesson in everybody should just, I guess, take a beat certainly since you can hit with one button, I see it in my hand and I'm putting it in the hands of. But despite the Twitter purge five seventy thousand fewer people, five second clip can ruin someone's life when it's the complete opposite of what actually happened. This is not the way life should be going right now. Two thousand eighteen. There's a lot of bad stuff already happening. Why are we gonna like ruin people's lives. Go to baseball games. We have been hoodwinked, bent, booze, let us stray Runamuck and that was because the Knicks drafted poisoning which turned out just fine. Yeah, we are in the time man. It's really, really stinks, eight, four, four, two, four, rich number two. Dow here on the rich Eisen show. When we come back, we'll take the call rich Lerner from the golf channel on what we saw yesterday in Carnoustie everybody's.

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"rich" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"rich" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"Thinking that we're gonna discuss again next week and several different concepts special teams coaches and other coaches we even have one from a woman college coach chemo with concepts at our alternative but really exciting place well next week is now right now and kevin siefert of espn dot com quoting rich mckay and a handful of others who are involved in this that what they've come up way than what they plan on coming in to the the owners meeting later on this month is an idea essentially turning the kick off into a punt play and by that not putting punter out there but making sure the five yard headstart coverage teams always had a five yard headstart no more no more running head start they start right from their five players would need to be aligned on each side of the kicker all wedge blocks including two men double teams are out and eight of the eleven return team members would be lined up within fifteen yards of the d restraining line in blocking would be prohibited within those fifteen yards and no pre kick moshe in other words just like a punt where the coverage team and the blocking team are running down together that's what they want to recreate not running at each other running down to gather and i imagine that means three of the other blockers can be somewhere around the the receiver to or two blockers around the receiver because he's eleven men on the field to create some form of a lane for somebody to go running return for touching and make onside kick pretty difficult to.

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"rich" Discussed on Rich Dad Radio Show

Rich Dad Radio Show

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"rich" Discussed on Rich Dad Radio Show

"This is the rich dad radio show the good news and bad news about money here's robert kiyosaki welcome back robert kiyosaki the rich dad radio show the good news and bad news about money where talking to champion today but the theme of the show is how money doesn't make rich cozy champions became millionaires early in life and many of their peers became poor early in life also after making millions some money doesn't make rich because of the rich radio program anytime anywhere on i tunes are android and you can listen to this program again on rich dad radio dot com we archive this program is 'cause repetition as one as we learn more listen to this program again and you'll learn even more because represents how we learn but more importantly we have friends family members business associates but especially young young people you know your your children have that listen to these this program because these guys here are not just champions of stars in their own right and as a young person i always looked up to them so while we're talking today about we talk about what are some of the pitfalls of being a millionaire young you have france you have family and all this but for every guy like may one of the reasons i wanted to play football that wasn't nice way to meet the girls and unfortunately i was a fat and ugly linemen and the guys that got all the girls or the chicks while the quarterbacks and i got nothing so we have chris redman he spent his career with the falcons and baltimore ravens and he wound up as a quarterback a professional quarterback i mean that's almost getting close to god and rod smith also played quarterback so i don't know what that feels like.

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"rich" Discussed on Rich Dad Radio Show

Rich Dad Radio Show

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"rich" Discussed on Rich Dad Radio Show

"Trump a nation on the brink of ruin and how bring it back the great reformation the corruption of capitalism america and his website is david stockman's contra cornercom our whole company subscribes to it as bunch of other newsletters because we don't want to listen to fake news and liars and it was try this whole programme is how you know a politician of lying when their lips of moving they'll say anything anything just to get you to believe them so that's why like david stockman he is the office of the budget and rich dead the rich dead company is about inc of statements and balance sheets and can you read them and as you know most people aren't most people don't even have one and we wonder why you're in trouble comments kim yeah you know one thing i would recommend is with david statement i would listen to the show again and again and again there was a on a ton of information and one thing when we talk about fake news and real news uh david has the axe and when i'm watching all these financial ramparts shift he sees what's really going on because when i'm watching all these these news programs and while the politician saying everything's great the economies up the gdp is up unemployment is down and he saying hey wait wait wait wait that's not what's really happening so you guys really got a wake up and i really recommend listening to the show again and again as david said the three things right now to do in his wrecked in his recommendation number one get out of the stock market number to invest in gold and number three he said keep your powder dry meaning keep cash great or the radar audio you should be ready for what's coming.

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Rich Dad Radio Show

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"rich" Discussed on Rich Dad Radio Show

"This is the rich dad radio show the good news and bad news about money here's robert kia sake lockup avocado sacking to mr radio show the good news about news about money and nicolas of the rich day radio program anytime anywhere on i tunes or android and all of our programmes are archived at rich dad radiocom archive them so he can listen to this again because you will learn even more as a very important programme but more importantly you can share this with friends family business associates because we're talking to one on the smartest guys i know all right now he is an end sattar from washington he's the former director of the office of management and budget under president reagan and what he is saying now is people i'll lying at lying outlying and the reason why i found this programme has caused by my friend the great donald saying well we're going to have a tax cut for the middle class at well no that's a lie everybody knows that's ally but they'll do anything to get a vote in the worst thing about it is as davis dockland says he is actually screwing the people that got him into office the flyover states like wisconsin ohio and all the working class all the guys at went to school and got a job and set paying taxes and saving money and getting outta debt he getting hammered because everything has changed so davis stockman is the author of trump a nation on the brink of ruin and how to bring it back that's pretty optimistic and other great information the crash in of capitalism in america and his website as david stockman's contro coronercom and and and island has drive to that hanson whereas i and i really want to recommend your you're newsletter david contra quote is live great and fashion yeah because we talk about these kind of every day so everybody i subscribe to it because otherwise you could lose the lies lies lies out there yet and.

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Rich Dad Radio Show

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"rich" Discussed on Rich Dad Radio Show

"Log onto rich dead radiocom while you listen now back to robert kia sake lagerback robert cosac reddish show the news and bad news about might and we started this conversation with president trump is now talking to pull the tests cut for the middle class living as a taxi and a lot for the middle class and the rich will only get richer which is a whole theme of the rich dad radio show why don't we have financial education so our guest today is davis stockman's the bestselling authors a washington insider he's a former director of the office of management and budget under president reagan her is and we had a david stockman on here is because being the guy with the budget he sees the numbers affects not the story not the height not the campaign promises so care much a crossquestioned today but yes well david were talking about the corporate tax rate and lowering it to twenty percent and of course all the politicians say oh this is going to be so great for the american people it's going to bring back all these jobs employment will go up and i was listening to you on an earlier interview and you're saying hey these companies who are overseas there they're there i mean they've got people employed they've got a lot of infrastructure they've got investment over there they're not all a son going to shut down their businesses and bring all these employees but bring all these jobs back to america took about apple orange lapyere liar several secret great in in the example i used to ibm in 1992 idea bureau employees in india and one hundred fifty thousand employees in the united faith fastforward twenty two twenty three years they have a hundred and fifty thousand employees in india and less than ninety thousand in in the us now my point is they went to india because labour costs are dramatically lower and because ferry englishspeaking they could you.

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"rich" Discussed on Rich Bitch

Rich Bitch

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"rich" Discussed on Rich Bitch

"Norris end yes we learn from each other's in business but more than anything at the end we were like wow reid is at that now we have each other when we are afraid or we are bears to admit your scared of something i will have each other no that this journey new newly lonely entrepreneurship especially online space don't see people you're at home all day stop i being our our relationships even more so are really really really important absolutely absurd abe's at a new board of albums so i have to ask you about this ms again it's even myself it on being wachtel two out for so long because i'll just like you i love what you doing i could get started go do not elaine and this this during the french if the relationship just get stronger and that's why i was also really funny bagan ally do not made like all baked someone bit than was also joint i know you and this like the wrought papal keep a law ending together are is a mere brian rain line dare not islands the naked onslaught bids it's a small big world slavic world end a you're married if kids i i think that a lot of people in entrepreneurs need to realize that this business to me the money whatever all of that crop clients got his only success if i am a good wide friend sister daughter ersan outside of all of this because if i'm gonna make all his money but i've known to share with a rival the funny but i know it back not a person right now not a good ma wenge exile michaels is the great mom and business owners as a sign that this is that's not success is all about the money and what not in a coach ron money but i want people understand that i can success is only actually success if you're genuinely happy in your good bursted and you actually like talk to your kids.

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Rich Bitch

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"rich" Discussed on Rich Bitch

"In reality those large business we are less time know instantly knows this cycle so i think again it got the blood of louis you should started channel because if you really scary than they need each willing ronnie yourself in than it it's doing in the off and i think that's what it is you get addicted to the beer because you know the fear is gonna bring these with deaths room aca was bacne practicable so body then what what's a lead the view wrought arching what can i woke why woken they literally stop doing as of today without stop breaking boston's i love this such a good question i believe that it starts with little things if you're listening to this right now you want to be an entrepreneur even want to start online business don't think that we're seeing is only advice fuel and online business entrepreneurship i believe that implies to things that are small in your life as well first to train next year muscle in your brain it's okay and you're not going to die when you use needs gary so literally this is maybe you saying act yesterday that you're gonna read to deal with a rather that the social event the eat at is bungeejumping they've been doing public speaking i just signed up for improper classes or maybe you doing something increased like that exactly that's going to meet you afraid but if you're someone was really stagnant in your life and your business and your income it's probably because you have an exercise that fear muscle yet it's probably because you're living in the comfort zone you've never really experience even a little bit out of comfort zone is could literally du going over to your neighbor in agony conversation at your terrified public see if he does is you raising your hand at the next venture at and going first when you don't want to be the first on its little things like that and you do that enough in lines in little situations when it's time to start a business or its time using really huge it's not going to be as bad because you exercise your fear muscle all of you listening this week ingles one scary thing that you can do in dance with a fear because of we take away the ocean they always say when a wave countless what we all wanna do a waves.

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Rich Bitch

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"rich" Discussed on Rich Bitch

"We're really good at switching i'm really good at going like refer this it was like oh man i a quarter that youths asked molina saw a really tired i don't know what if not all it let where did they come from and i thought that i was driving home and then all in wait wait shifted shifted okay wait notes in the really fine it's gonna be really easy people are gonna love it i mean you are not doing it all the law we just don't realize regrets shifty that negative thoughts look is waiting entrepreneurs excessive gotten so good its gotten so good at switching issue a new thought about that so when it's all about with it's funny was aside the osce so begins on your like no other white arch on an icy all woodside is probably the nail dui what meditating you're voting on becoming more conscious these were i can really guard ship good lord a justic with woods add like got rounded swipes at seoul's are deeply as i could say before it would be like back dole it just groans indicate seeding that dog eat stating that goal ended i become dubbed one as well short that shrinking if if you've you've trust as humans it's it's they say it was proven that are natural state is actually not very is supposed to be the worst case scenario in very depressing actually it i remember reading that begin that's not obviously how i live or and i want to live in also i'm constantly battling not your awfully badly not everyone listening this your human being on this planet you're constantly every single day in the moment you wake up adelaide can i change this moment or this thought ends you a negative to a positive odds so crappy outs day okay well hey you an opportunity to be inside induce developing secure retried by i guess it's gratuity jew is being grateful and it's trying to find the good of everything you're doing ends sometimes in business especially when you're starting building a brown starting in that's really hard to do because you've got nothing but maybe you're negative family and friends not it's really going to get a mentor that can help you do this listen i know you have a lot of these negative gremlins in your brain right now but what is.

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"rich" Discussed on Rich Bitch

Rich Bitch

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"rich" Discussed on Rich Bitch

"And successful people realize this that it's all about taking that negative thought and switching it into a positive thought taking that negative thought and switching it into an empowering thought that's actually going to move you forward route my career i've had a lot of these gremlins ideal with these gremlins on a daily basis still and what i do is i like to see myself okay is that thought true and can i change that to a different thought thoughts are generative thoughts are energy and what we think about does actually happen in our life so you do have to be really conscious of what you're thinking if you're constantly telling yourself you're going to be broken you're always going to be stuck and this business ideas going to fail and you're anxious what do you think is going to happen the really incredible thing about life is that we all have the power of choice and this secret is that entrepreneurs that are successful or just really good at switching from bad to good they're really good at switching from oh my gosh otit this isn't gonna work to okay yes it's gonna work you've got this you've got this you've got this and this switch in the brain starts to become automatic the more you train this system so over the years i've trade my brain to go from ocean to ocean hell yes what if you right now listening to this i know you have fears i know you're probably scared shitless about what's going to happen with money your career life what if you turn to that inciting into excitement they're pretty much the same emotion they're both just built up energy what if you turn that into excitement you know it's funny we can actually apply this to other areas of our life ideal with a lot of anxiety especially when i fly i'm terrified of planes okay i'll at minutes okay baby grandma is afraid of planes and i was taking off to head back home to la last week from to loom and him on the plane and i'm having pretty much a mini anxiety attack at take off because i have this weird feeling that i'm always going to be on the.

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"rich" Discussed on Rich Bitch

Rich Bitch

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"rich" Discussed on Rich Bitch

"I do i do i really feel good and i just know that my body thrives off adapted jin's which is why am obsessed with four sigmatic because everything has jin seeing rhody yola lion's mane it has these amazing healing properties of the mushroom without tasting like mushroom and my body craves at my body literally thrives off of it so the amazing four sigmatic team is giving you 15 percent off the entire store all you do is go to forcing mediccomforwardangie lee four sigmaticcomforwardag lee and you are gonna be on show rooms irate i love yet take a picture if you are sieff in on some share with me an instagram n let's dive into the episode okay so i'm not really good at hiding really good fun secrets every christmas when i was little back in the nineties my mom would tell me what she was getting me and my brother for christmas sometimes i would squeeze it out of her and say tell me what we're getting for chris because i wanted to know is so bad and one christmas i told my brother he was going to get the men in black cd and um i mean do you remember when men in black was really cool and he found out and he was upset so still to this day mike is upset that i told him that he was going to get the men in black seedy for christmas so being someone who loves to share secrets who let me tell you about what i think the secret is to success what makes a successful entrepreneur successful is it more knowledge is it more skill is it more education i do not think so i don't think that actually has anything to do with it this is what i think it's about and i like to call this the switch at all times is humans are brain has a lot of negative thoughts let's just say it like it is we have gremlins that tell us were not good enough or not pretty enough were not smart enough that's a stupid idea no one's going to like that who were you to launch that business who were you to do that you can't do that we hear this all day long.

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Rich Bitch

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"rich" Discussed on Rich Bitch

"Today's episode is brought to you by one of my beaver companies on the planet i am so excited for this partnership four sigmatic if you follow me on my in the story which if you're not what are you doing with your life you know all day long i'm sibbon on my mushroom coffee i'm sip on my lion's mane and i am loving my rishi mushroom elixir and the reason i am so obsessed with four sigmatic is that i used to have adrenal fatigue and it was not okay i couldn't get out of bed i was exhausted i couldn't get work done and i was depleted as an entrepreneur my brain was toast i was also overtraining was wasn't eating enough and my body just pretty much shut down and from that day i realized that i had to heal naturally and now that's why one of my biggest passions is brain health and making sure that you have sustained energy all day from a really good source not just a crappy coffee that is going to have you be super hyper and then crash in bern that's not good for your blood sugar and if you want to be a successful entrepreneur let me i'll let you in on a little secret okay okay get close get close okay you cannot run a large successful happy business unless you feel good and unless you have energy were the crater you are the coach you are the c o your energy in your brain health is everything and i learned that the hard way from burning out and thanks to products like four sigmatic i now feel alive.

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Rich Dad Radio Show

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"rich" Discussed on Rich Dad Radio Show

"And so that's why i would rather listen to a guy like jim rodgers or guide i james records are some other people we have on our program here because if you hit bad financial advice as your polluting him biggest asset which is your brain so that way colors of the rich dead radio procam anytime anywhere on i tunes or android nicolas this program again at rich dad art dot com we archive all right programs have rich dead radiocom because if you listen to those program again you'll be twice a smart but more importantly shirt with friends family buzzes assaults in and discuss it because jam is calling like i'm calling and many other guys are calling for the us crash in world history coming is the end of the hegemony of the us dollar and there's going to be ups and downs strengths and weaknesses but like it or not it's going to change and i made so many people's awhile while america's been strong up to now yes but that's ending as gem said like because he lives in singapore now he's in america but he wants to be close to china i was in china last week they've veroni past us you know bitcoin isn't even an issue there you know they're already down the road technologically why are gone down the road and you know they they have a huge class differences they have problems they have huge balanced in of they have huge problems but they're actually moving forward it's a dictatorship so they can get more done they don't need to ask permission of those set out of the house and all these guys in of the sky g just says do it we do it.

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