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A look into the world of LED lighting
"To the show man. I'm i'm excited talking about disrupting me. Yeah you are. you're very welcome it is. Led's promise behind led's. And i wanna. I wanna dive into that and get you in. Start from the bottom and work our way up to state of the art. Give us give us your introduction. Who is ud and who. What's the spiff gear mission so Here it's figure we're about making lighting easy and fun and Lighting leading is fun. I mean it's a great way to tell a story It's a great way to convey mood. It's a great way. Just show staffed on show people. And i would say that after southbound like when you're watching an image or when you're listening to a video after sound light is the second thing that you'll notice or if it's done well maybe one of the all it's it's one of the crucial aspects of telling the story. Yeah no absolutely in in world of audio podcasting. Obviously audio is crucial. If your audio sucks no one wants to listen to you. Especially for thirty minutes or an hour but i think more and more ray snow one who listen you know no matter what. And there's been experiments and you know people will forgive a soft image that they'll forgive noise that they'll forgive bed. Framing one thing that will not forgive is a crappy. Yeah now absolutely and but on that. Let's switch gears and just move right into this. We only have like forty five minutes talking about this stuff. The the world of led lighting. So let's start there so let's start with your lighting expert. Obviously you guys billet to quality. You've been doing it for years when you when you look at the world of strobe versus. Led lighting and the the high low noise sensors in today's dsl are merely cameras point blank. Are we at a point now. Where fashion in studio photographers can just go with. Continuous lighting versus. Relying on strobe. In your opinion so do to make this so the for this. Start to make sense to take fused back okay. So let's let's go back. Maybe i don't know seven or eight years ago and seven or eight years ago. There was a huge advanced in. Led's and you know there was a promise that la these are going to replace all the lights in the world and they're going to be cheap and they're not gonna be hot and they're gonna be 'electricity and a you know like magic pill and led started to come out into the market and we actually had one of very first dummy these year And you know. I tried it out and i mean the light output was nice. It was definitely better than incandescent light but delight was purple. Okay so we tried another one and You know some of them had a greenish light. Some of them had per polite so it turned out that. Led's can produce cheap light but that isn't always good photography because green or polite will give you horrible seeking Skin tones that. That was the big challenge for levi's and There there is a number for that then. Numbers called sierra and sierras color rendering index. And if you look at this. I don't look at the sun but if you look at the sun the sun out almost perfect like if you look at the combination of wavelength to build the white light that the sun gives us. Then you'll see very normalized representations of older wavelength.
iPhone water test: We tested it way beyond the claim, CNET Says
"Remember when apple said iphone could stand up to real world. Submersion and italy said apple was full of it while see nut hasn't said that italy is full of it they do show the phone surviving something besides lab water. I told you yesterday. Italy finding apple twelve million dollars. Us for leading consumers astray on iphones. Actual water resistance while apple says several models of iphone can stand up to thirty minutes of submersion without sustaining damage. Italy says that's only true for pure water used in the laboratory. Drop your phone and real world water and damaged more likely. According to a talion authorities
Musk predicts full autonomy from 2021
"All right so getting into the must interview. This was earlier today. Yulon was accepting the axel award the fifth person to win this award so we sat down for about a thirty minute. Chat or so with axel springer's see up overall. I thought it was a really good interview. I'll put the link in the show notes. A lot of stuff that we have heard before of course but some interesting new insights as well from you on. I think the biggest headline will probably be comments around. Autonomous driving axles springer. Ceo asked quote win. Is thomas driving really really going to happen. And quote and john said quote. I'm extremely confident of achieving full autonomy and releasing it to the tesla customer base next year. And so of course. We've heard comments like this from the past. And we also have this sort of convolution going on between full autonomy and tesla's full self-driving option as oftentimes ilan will talk with that as a frame of reference and talk about win. That option will be feature complete which is not necessarily full autonomy so the actual springer co did a great job here of clarifying that point saying level five relief full autonomy and eline replied. Yes yes and quote so just to clarify what that means that five is defined as the vehicle being incomplete control and it can handle all circumstances conditions that a human driver could reasonably handle so essentially full autonomy. If we step down the levels level four is basically the same except it is only in certain locations or in certain circumstances so you can think of something that is geo fenced or maybe only works during the daytime or when. It's not raining something like that. But if all those conditions are met it can be fully autonomous. It doesn't even need deva pedal or steering wheel and again. The vehicle has full control and responsibility stepping down to level three. This is the middle ground. Where under certain conditions within the drive the car may be able to take over but when those conditions are no longer the case. The car needs to alert the driver to be ready to take over with a reasonable warning period. So good example there is. Maybe it's highway only where you don't really need to pay attention. There's no nag but as your your exit. Maybe the cartels you. Hey and ten seconds you need to be ready to take over control so to go from level to where the driver is info control but has sort of assistance features to go to level. Three is really a big significant step and even with the full. Self-driving beta test tesla has not taken that step quite yet but of course. That's what they hope to be able to collect data four to be able to prove that eventually the system can go ahead and confidently have control needing that driver monitoring if that happens on some portions of the drive. Tesla ben is able to step up to level three. If tesla's confident that that can happen for all portions of some drives that step to four and if it can take over every drive all the time that's level five so ilan feel confident that they can eventually get to level. Five yuan here is saying that that will happen next year again. That would be quite a step up. From where tesla is today as for regulations allowing something like this. You llamas competent that at least some jurisdictions will allow that next year and from my limited research on this. I'm pretty sure many states already do think florida is a great example where fully autonomous vehicles are already permitted and ready to go where nothing would need to change in the regulations to allow a level five operation of course many other areas could be more strict and the regulation. And it'll sort of get phased in. I think over time if this is able to be achieved
Electric Car Chargers: When Supply Drives Demand
"Suddenly we are now looking at cars that can go three hundred miles on a single charge right and while they're still too expensive for many people they're expected to get a lot cheaper in the next few years but now people are worried about how long it takes to charge. Yeah and that's a. That's a fair question i guess how. How long does it take to charge and electric vehicle. More than fifteen minutes less than two days. Yeah that's not helpful right so i could throw a whole bunch of numbers that you to explain why there are so many variables that affect this but the most important thing actually isn't the numbers. It's the fact that most electric car owners most of the time charged their car like this. My name is duane ross. I live in corrales new mexico. And i have a two thousand thirteen tesla model s when i bought this car headache. Standard tesla charger installed in my garage. And you just plug that in and of course the charge and then he goes in his house and lives his life. Yeah in the case of someone like duane. Ross and others. It doesn't really matter how long it takes to charge. Because you just leave the thing there overnight right right and it would be parked anyway. Yeah also more convenient than having to go to the gas station from time to time. Plus it's cheap like a lot cheaper than paying for gas is the way i understand it I could see how this works for daily driving. But let's say. I want to take a big road trip right across the whole country. What then that's where. Fast chargers come in. Joyce bryner has a tesla model three. She recently stopped to charge up at a brand new super charger in gettysburg pennsylvania. It sounded like this can hear the power ramping up there. So this is a gonna charge me fast and Let's see what car says here. Looks like of got twenty five minutes to get to eighty percent charge. This is kind of staggering so charging the car at home would take hours and hours charging on the go using one of these fast chargers takes. What like twenty thirty minutes half an hour. Maybe not much more than that. That's amazing yet. That is really quick. There aren't very many fast chargers. That actually are that fast. You might take longer especially at an older charter. Though pricier i take it then then obviously charging it at home because it's well i guess it's just it's it's almost free at home right right and this case. Brynner's charged cost a little over eleven dollars not too bad compared to gas but more expensive than home. Okay so even at a state of the art charger. It's obviously still a lot less convenient than a gas station just because it takes awhile right but remember for most drivers. that's also not a very frequent experience. Mike davar needs with the market research firm s. Clint and he says if you ask people who are considering electric vehicles they really focus on the idea of waiting to charge. Is i think psychologically waited more than it deserves. And the inverse of that is the fact that they don't tend to appreciate how much they'll benefit from nocco gas stations so even though fast charging this rare occurrence for most drivers a lot of companies are really focused on making it as fast as possible and putting up as many fast chargers as possible. Yeah i could see how that would get people over that mental hump so that they just by the thing and then after that they're they're mostly just charging it at home. Yup that's the psychology. Are you ready for the economics. Are you seriously asking me. If i'm ready for the echinacea. All right here. We go the fastest. Fast chargers are super expensive to install like more than one hundred thousand dollars per charger. That means you can only really make money off of them. If people are using them a lot if the utilization rate is really high but remember most people mostly charge at home. Oh there's another hump to get over sure. I spoke to end smart. She's the vp of public policy at charge point which is charging company. And with the fast charger you often have low utilization. Not because it's not an unnecessary piece of infrastructure but because it's in a location which is vital to two drivers occasionally but not necessarily used frequently every single day so in other words. People really want a fast charger to just be there. And in fact they won't buy an electric vehicle unless they're already confident that there are fast chargers everywhere and they're super fast and in fact way faster than they are right now. They want the whole package but they don't actually want to use those fancy chargers all the time it's easier and cheaper to charge at home. It's actually better for your battery too. So it's kind of like if everyone wanted a gas station nearby but they could just get the same gas at home for a fraction of the cost right and in that situation. And you're the gas station. How do you make money. Well i mean you can always just get money from the government. The taxpayer That is happening as i understand. Yep charging are also cutting deals with utilities and of course they're they're joining forces with automakers right because they want to chargers to exist so that people buy their electric cars. The automakers do. Kathy's oy is the ceo of vigo which is fast charging network and they have a deal with gm essentially agreement with general motors is building a bridge between where there's enough cars on the road to make money which is a little time in the future to two right now. So that helps us will build the of demand because general motors has come to the party and is helping make a contribution to the building that infrastructure so he also says look people right now mostly charge at home but that could change in a few years once more. People who don't have garages start buying electric cars. So maybe utilization goes up and this is really interesting camilla because like we normally think about how demand drives supplies like people want man for something. They're willing to spend money on it. So you know. Accompany supplies it Here's always saying that. Like no once the supplies out there. Then it's going to drive up demand so build chargers and people will buy the vehicles to use the chargers she also says maybe you can get a bunch of shipping transportation companies to use these fast chargers and that'll help cover their costs. So companies are optimistic. Then they see a path to profitability. Here yeah but. I think it would be fair to say that. It's a lot easier to get there. If people were a bit more rational. If people used fast chargers as much as they worry about fast chargers they're either be a lot more charging or a lot less worrying. Yeah and in either case. Just less of a conundrum
The Joanne Ratcliffe And Kirste Gordon Case
"Les- and kath ratcliffe and their two children thirteen year. Old david and eleven year old joanne would dedicated red legged supporters. They attended most games during football season. Including the nineteen seventy three round twenty clash against the roosters. That day leads parked that car knee. What was then the river. Torrens police station and to jolie's boat ramp and the group made their way across to delight oval shortly before the gang commenced at two ten pm. The ratcliff family took a seat in grow l. of the sir edwin smith grandstand their derain into friend and fellow. Red legs fan. Rada hakko radar locked. The ratcliffe was part of the usual crowd of red legs supporters. She had brought along her four year old granddaughter. Kirsty gordon for the first time. Despite this seven year. Age gap. Joe into an immediate sean to kirsty. It was their first time meeting but the girls quickly became friends. They spent the majority of their time playing together and with other children in the grandstand while the adults watched the game australian rules. Football games are divided into four thirty minute quarters quarter time refers to a six minute break that occurs at the end of the first and third quarters. There is also a twenty minute break halfway through the match. Less and kath ratcliffe didn't allow their children to wonder off during these breaks or the game's final quarter. This was said they would avoid getting caught up amongst the crowds rushing to use the toilets boy snacks or leave early early in the game. Kirsty needed to use the bathroom. And the ratcliffe. Let joe in escort her to the nearest toilet block. Roughly three hundred meters away lessened. Cath trust the dead ordering tighly. Joann was mature. You of her age always followed their instruction. And you what to do. In case of emergency the nearest toilets were located in thoroughfare. The joan crespo grandstand next to where the wrecked cliffs and rate hakuou was say did multiple busy walkways lead de including the one that circled the perimeter of the oval joanne. Kirsty returned from the toilets with the incident lyda. They went to fond straws for their drinks at approximately three forty five. Am enduring the third quarter of the match. Kirsty needed to use the bathroom again. Given there was still plenty of time until the break. The ratcliffe allowed joanne to a school. Kirsty wants more twenty minutes. Past and joanne and kirsty still hadn't returned to their sates. As three quarter tone drew closer less ratcliffe went in search of the pair. Hey expected to find them. Playing on route to the toilets but didn't spot aid the girl on the shore walk once. He raised the toilet block onto the john chriswell grandstand. He asked a woman to check the all toilets on his behalf. Not they joanne. Nor kirsty wherein sawed at four non pay 'em the three quarter break commenced. Hundreds of spectators flooded the concourses blading to the toilets and concession stands as well mary the iron gates at the southern entrance of the oval. Where i've been this allowed the general public to bypass the tunstall's and dented the grand free of charge to watch the end of the match won the game entered. It's fun. Oh quarter at four seventeen pm. Joe in kirsti was still nowhere to be sane although the roosters were well ahead before the break the red legs made a comeback. The nail budding spectacle during in more spectators and roiling up those already present the energy adelaide oval was intense dhabi month. The secretary of the south australian cricket association was overseeing the match in the oval secretary's office when a panicked cath rackliff arrive. Shane foam domon. That joe in and kirsty were missing and requested that an announcement be made over the public address system. Monroe refused sorting a rule. That prevented me gang. Nance bence in case at disrupted play. Hey told cath to inform a police officer though may be no attempt to allow. The office saw that happened to be sitting in his office at the time. Mundane instructed cath to return to her. Say competent that the girls would make their way back soon. Direct cliffs andromeda hukou spent the remainder of the game searching the joanne and kirsty at full forty. nine pm. the fun sarin rang signaling. The end of the gain there was still no sign of the goes as the crowd dispersed. The rack cliffs returned to the secretary's office and demanded an announcement be made
How Tall Is Mount Everest REALLY?
"Okay lauren fire. Today we are talking about mount everest. Which is the highest mountain on earth when you measure from sea level and today we're focusing on how that measurement is made weird we start. How about some old timey newsreel resort evidenced bothering his survey of eighteen hundred and forty one estimated his height pinton nine thousand feet back in the nineteenth century. When george everest brit was the surveyor general of india the used trigonometry to measure the height of the mountain like what we learned in middle school points angles and triangles totally. Yeah and incidentally the mountain got its english name from sir george everest but it was actually an indian mathematician. Radin seek dr. Who did most of the work and actually figured out that. This mountain is the highest point on earth. That sounds right for colonialism. Totally yeah okay. So how accurate was this trigonometry. Approach will i put that question to be nagaraj on. He's a geoscientist. One of george everest's successors at the survey of india office which still exists about is now staffed by indians. In fact i was sitting in the same chair. Our team location. Where you're sitting. Because i didn't want to change the room. So he says the trigonometry that his predecessors use throughout the nineteenth and twentieth centuries was surprisingly accurate. I mean the standard height. Everyone now uses for everest that twenty nine thousand twenty nine feet. It dates back to nineteen fifty five. Wow that's pretty impressive. Okay so how did they actually calculate that measurement for mountain like. Walk me through it. It was not easy. They measured it from eight different points throughout langdon distance and everything and computer and took the mean. It was a very difficult matter very heavy machines. Heavy machines called theod delights instruments used to measure angles between visit points on the horizon and vertical planes like a cross between a telescope and compass. You might have seen municipal surveyors using them sort of on a tripod. Oh ya know. I've seen those folks reflective vests and their little tripods them. Yes yeah okay. So but for measuring mountains. They are these big heavy versions. I don't know how many hundreds of kilograms they carried forward to make this measurement it has slowed colored most of the time we didn't know work so the foot that was put on. Who's very difficult nowadays. Nothing much what the chinese are doing. Our a nepalese are doing their hypic instrumentation with the chinese and the nepalese are doing now involves satellites so instead of measuring everest from afar on the horizon with these theod delight contraptions these send a team up to the top of the mountain with a hand held. Gps receiver hey. That sounds like a little easier to me. Maybe but maybe not. Here is d nash mandar. He's gps expert from nepal. Who teaches now at the university of tokyo. It's a very harsh environment. There that very windy and you have all these battery or power problems and like the people who climbed everest. They come steadier probably more than half an hour. I think that's limit for them because they already exhausted. So they've got thirty minutes to connect to multiple satellites because they are solar flares and interference. at altitude. You can't rely on just one reading and they have to measure the thickness of ice and snow underfoot because you wanna reading from the actual rocky mountain right and not the ice and so for that you need a ground penetrating radar so another piece of equipment to haul up the mountain. Yes oh fumbling. With all of that on top of everest. You've got wind. you've got your oxygen depleting. The clock is ticking and that is still the easy. Part monitor. Says because all of that data from the top of everest. It's only half the story. Yeah so you need to know from his point. And that's the biggest problem then need a reference somewhere but we don't have a seat difference in nepal because nepalis a landlocked country. It's land everywhere. The nearest sea level is in india. Sitting knew how high this mountain is you. I need to know how low sea levels and you need a reference point sea level which it turns out varies depending on where you are. Yeah i mean sea levels tricky right. It's not necessarily constant and climate change is really messing with sea level these days. Yeah and has monitor says there isn't even a cenex to so here's how they do it. They measure sea level in india at the bay of bengal at china's yellow sea at many other points hundreds of them to calculate the mean sea level. And then they figure out where sea level would be. if there were a ac- right next to everest o- okay and then you measure from there up to the peak. Oh no no. No you have to account for the shape of the earth bishop of the art okay. It's a live swyto very much. Swyto right the earth is elipsoid. Soil like a oval-shaped watermelon because of the earth rotation makes it kind of bulge slightly at the equator. Plus you have to account for how gravity effect sea level in different places around the world and mountains themselves affect gravity so the earth at sea level this invisible line along the earth's surface. It's actually like kind of lumpy. So you're telling me that we are standing on a lumpy elipsoid. That's exactly what i'm telling you. So sea level is actually not level at all and the next step. You got map. Those lumps essentially variations in the earth's gravitational force. And then you get the gop lead a. I'm sorry a joy d- yeah so the geo is the shape of the earth at sea level taking into account gravity and the planet's rotation. And now you follow that joy to appoint directly under everest. And that's what you use as a reference point for the mountains height okay so after all that sea levels gravity you finally get a reference point you take that you compare it to your. Gps measurement from the top of the mountain and you get everest height. Well not so fast. Because there's also these pesky plate tectonics oh my lord. This is harder than actually climbing everest. I'll say i'll say right now. Yeah yeah so. The mountains peak is variable to like and i'm not just talking ice and snow like the rock is actually moving. Sri daddy jaw is an engineer and expert on himalayan plate. Tectonics i have been field kinney. My philosophist been between behaviors and then ever asked is on the edge of two plates. The eurasian plate and the indian plate and j has measured how the indian plate is slipping underneath the eurasian plate and how that is pushing everest skyward measurements for last you. One point four million yearning threes in high. Like a few hundred years. We can only do bring Comes johnny has concluded that everest is gaining roughly a centimeter every ten years. So that's about a foot every three hundred years other scientists say that's far too conservative that the growth could be three times even four times that much but i mean however fast everest is rising. Things can happen very quickly to change that like earthquakes hung or at least they have in the past. So professor john day studied a nineteen thirty four quake that calculated took about sixty centimeters off the mountains height. So that's at least six hundred years of growth a raced in an instant and there's been another quake since in two thousand fifteen and we're not sure how that affected the height because there haven't been any definitive measurements since then so i'm guessing you're about to tell me it's time to remeasure mount everest. It is indeed so last year nepal sent up a team of scientists to do just that and this year with the climbing. Season cancelled for kelvin. China did the same and both countries have been analyzing their findings and their due to release the measurements pretty much any day. Now this is very exciting yes especially because most of the surveys of everest has been done by foreigners british colonial rulers. There was an american survey was an italian one and professor monitor. The gps expert from nepal says yes. He's motivated by science and the search for truth and all of this but you know also in part by the previous. Why don't we measure our own mountain and so nepal dead and we are waiting for those findings now. It may turn out to be taller shorter. Whatever the point though is that it's changing and that's what scientists say matters to them. Here's garage on the former survey of india guy again. I feel the joint will here. Shedding the knowledge will use the society beget understanding. What is there a big deal if you come and see okay. I'm announcing mall. Dividends did this much healthy that who cares you know because she missed the learning that teaching how people understand how do people perceive almost put in what model you used. Then be be happy if he's happy about what this tells us about. The earth overall the technology. They're fine tuning on. Everest has all these practical applications from agriculture to defense and scientists say if their research gets more eyeballs because it involves the tallest mountain in the world. Hey that's a great
Update on Rents in Downtown San Diego
"Good morning. Welcome in southern california real estate report. This is bob mcguire. Daniel wise coming to you from san diego california. So you know we've been talking about different. Sub markets. A lot during our podcast. One of the ones that comes up all the time is downtown and so this downtown market. It's been something that You know we've had our eyes on. There's there's been so much construction that ended up over the last probably five years downtown that you know we knew that there was gonna be really high demand for downtown class a. apartments but now it seems that since the pandemic and everything that's starting to shift and so now the suburbs everyone's bailing out of downtown and heading to the suburbs and so we're coming back to a period where there's gonna be some absorption problems in downtown san diego exactly and you know. We kind of expected this to happen. We even talked about it and previous podcast. It's it was hard to tell them the beginning. What these what does how does this. Whole covert thing was going to look like when people's leases started to add. Yeah and so. It's interesting so the stabilize vacancy rate. Downtown has risen by more than three hundred basis points this year. So this is a co star. Report co star it out. And you know. It's basically saying that you know downtown. San diego is still trying to capture that last demand that they had. And you know there's a couple of things going on one. The suburbs are more popular. Because you get larger units to. You're you're you're not as high density bright right and so that's really you know kind of what people are looking at. Also you know with the job loss and things like that. That are going on downtown. It's having a big effect on class-a type product. So you know the the class b and you know the the neighborhoods like north park and stuff like that are proving to be by far the most resilient neighborhoods that that are in this city right now some of the lower end neighborhoods like in the areas of elk hone and spring valley places like that. We've heard a lot about vacancy issues and or collection issues whereas a lot of these suburb properties. That maybe somebody was in a class a. Building had a very good white collar job could afford to live a class. A. building is now kind of relocating to a larger space and in a more suburban neighborhoods. So that's really interesting. It's gonna be interesting to see how this shakes out over the next year. So right now. They're saying at the height of the shutdown net. Absorption or that the or the number of apartments moved into versus moved out of in downtown fell by more than two hundred and sixty units for comparison. The rest of san diego region recorded positive net. Absorption more than two hundred twenty so that means downtown just started shedding tenants really fast. And it's just never recaptured that so the interesting thing is is that last year one of the buildings that was A really really successful building was a building that was located. If i can find this. I think it was right on the edge of the east village right at that time. The there lisa up was going really well. They at least up like it was a four hundred unit and they at least up thirty minutes a month in june now. That building is back to where it was pre lease app and they're probably going to go back to some of the pre lease up incentives that they had in the past. So it's it's interesting that we're probably going to see this. This new round of downtown space. That's going to be re incentivized back to you. Know what it was two years ago. So you're probably going to get two or three months of free rent. You're probably going to have a much lower rate than what the market was prior prior to this pandemic. And so that's gonna be really interesting to keep an eye on right now. It's saying that When you remove downs inventory from this late at the latest data set of absorption The demand was positive during the shutdown between march and may and the region recorded more than two hundred and twenty units of desertion. About four hundred units less than what we historically see there. The the unit was The the region the downtown region over the spring and into the early summer was making up for that. So but then between june and october the region minus downtown absorbed twelve hundred and fifty units almost eight hundred more than at the same period between two thousand seventeen and nine thousand nine so the birds are really doing well during this pandemic i mean. They're they're having no problems whereas the the you know the downtown buildings and downtown in general is really suffering
What's the Best Time to Eat Dessert?
"When is the best time to eat dessert. I've heard that it's better to eat it immediately. Following a meal because the protein and the meal will help stabilize the blood sugar. But i'm often too full after my meal to enjoy desert. I'd prefer to wait a couple of hours. In fact i often crave a sweet bite a couple of hours after eating his that. My blood sugar plummeting well. This is an interesting question. Let's start by taking a look at how eating dessert affects your blood sugar. Our blood sugar does go up after we eat and not just desert but this is not necessarily a problem in fact it's how the system is designed most of the carbohydrates we consume are broken down into glucose which is then absorbed into the bloodstream when blood sugar levels go up. It triggers the release of insulin from the pancreas which ushers the glucose out of the bloodstream and into the cells of the body. They're the glucose used as fuel or if no more fuel is needed it's stored for future use. It's also true that carbohydrates cause a faster rise in blood sugar when they're eaten by themselves but this is also not necessarily a problem if it's not a huge amount of carbohydrate then no matter how fast it's absorbed your blood. Sugar can only get so high and then assuming that your body is capable of producing insulin and your cells are reasonably responsive to its effects. Your blood sugar will gradually returned to normal regardless of how quickly or slowly it's absorbed however eating an excessive amount of sugar or carbohydrate can be a problem for one thing no matter how slowly it's taken up into your bloodstream. It all gets in there eventually. So if you are consuming more calories than you can use. The excess will be stored as fat. But what happens if your body is not able to efficiently. Clear that sugar from your blood into your cells because it's possible for the cells to become resistant to the effects of insulin. And when this happens. The sugar isn't cleared as effectively from the bloodstream. Only is it not available then as an energy source for yourselves but chronically high blood sugar can lead to a number of serious health issues. Insulin resistance is often the first step in developing type two diabetes. A lot of us. Worry that if we eat too much sugar too often it will lead us to develop insulin. Resistance or diabetes. But now we understand. It's more the other way around insulin. Resistance or poorly controlled diabetes results in chronically. High blood sugar. It turns out that eating a lot of sugar or eating foods that are rapidly converted into blood. Sugar are not the primary risk factors in the development of insulin resistance. The primary factors are excess body weight especially around the waist and a sedentary lifestyle. Now that doesn't mean that eating a lot of sugar have consequences if your body weight starts to drift up whether from over eating sweets or any other food that does increase your risk of insulin. Resistance in other words for those who do not have diabetes or insulin. Resistance the short term impact of desert on your blood. Sugar is probably not as big a concern as the long term impact of desert on your body weight. Our podcast received support from aero garden. Aero garden is the world's number one indoor garden system it's a way to grow your own veggies and at home with no son soil or green thumb required. Their largest gardens have room for up to twenty four plants and three feet of height to support full-sized veggie plants but there are also options for smaller gardens. If you're space is limited and it couldn't be simpler. An automated system handles all of the plant care and provides reminders to feed water. The plants while powerful led grow lights provide a full spectrum of sunlight. You just plug it in drop in the preceded pods. Add water and plant food. And you're good to go if you follow me on facebook or instagram. You probably know. I like to grow vegetables outside in the summertime. And i'm always sad. When that season comes to an end but with arrow my vegetable garden will be coming indoors with me this winter. Get your aero garden today at aero garden dot com slash diva. That's aero garden. A. e. r. o. g. a. r. d. e. n. dot com slash diva kofi. Nineteen cases are rising in virginia. So the virginia department of health asks you to wear a mask and stay six feet away from others. If you've always worn a mask thank you if you haven't learn more at h. dot. Virginia dot gov so. Should you wait before eating dessert. Anita wondered for example whether the fact that she starts to crave a sweet treat a couple of hours after eating might be assigned that her blood sugar is plummeting a couple of hours after a full meal. Your blood sugar may be beginning to return back to baseline. But that's not the same as plummeting and it's not a problem. It's fine for your blood to remain at baseline. For a couple of hours. Your cells will still have plenty of energy from your last meal. It's more likely that once we're no longer full our minds simply return to the thought of that appealing desert. There's a really big difference between being not full and being actually hungry and when sweets and snacks sound good but vegetables or another healthy choice doesn't sound that good. That's usually a sign that were not. Actually hungry were responding to other triggers such as boredom habit or simply the presence of attempting food. So how can we responsibly. Enjoy desert in terms of managing your blood. Sugar there's really not a big difference between eating dessert with your meal or a couple of hours later even though you feel less full after a couple of hours there's likely to still be enough food making its way through your digestive system to cushion the blow in fact there's even something called the second meal effect which means that a- protein-rich meal can blunt the effect of carbohydrates. Eaten up to four hours later waiting. A couple of hours might allow you to enjoy your dessert a little bit more than you would immediately after the meal and if we're going to have dessert let's be sure and enjoy it on the other hand waiting until later. Could tempt you to eat more than you would if you were to eat it with your meal so if you prefer to eat your dessert a couple of hours after dinner just be sure. The portion sizes stay reasonable. And if you want to enjoy desert with your meal you could always eat just a bit less of that main meal so that you have room for a bite or two have desert without over filling your stomach and finally whether or not you have diabetes and or not you choose to have dessert or when you choose to enjoy it. There is a simple and pleasant way to lower post meal. Blood sugar levels. Just take a fifteen to thirty minute. Walk around the neighborhood. It will help with digestion. It'll keep those blood sugar levels steadier while you digest your food and may even help you sleep a little bit. Better
The Future of Healthcare with Teladoc Health Chief Medical Officers
"Well the country in the world's talking about it. I want to start with one year colleagues Shop and i want you to listen to so much. Answer this question to Jennifer schneider She's quoted as saying the following things. Virtual healthcare is growing. It's getting to the point now. You're not going to hate it. What does it mean to you when you hear. A clinician say to a group of patients were consumer class. That you're not gonna hate this anymore. What comes to mind. And how does this relationship solve that problem of disliking the care you were getting going to the big parking lot paying the seven dollars and a park having to walk through the labyrinth dodging david bowie on the way to your clinic and finally getting there to see who you needed to see what comes to mind there when you hear jennifer say that it. It's a great summation of. What would i have felt that has been broken. Healthcare for past fifteen years. As i think we also s consumers in this marketplace obscene seen how content has been reorganized by the internet how communities have been reorganize how entertainment commerce more recently even banking. When was the last time that you actually stepped foot in a bank. And so this this notion of you're gonna drive twenty to thirty minutes to this obstacle or building and then ended up waiting an hour at least I think comes an hours like a a gift to see physician. Pretend to fifteen minutes us. We'll give you a whole bunch of information that you're not gonna process And send you on your way driving back down twenty or thirty minutes in some cases i haven't come back again. You know in two or three days or a week is you've got to get lab tests. Imaging tasks don seem so You know sort of disconnected from how we live our lives today in terms of the immediacy of the things that were able to get it all at our fingertips and so I think this is what jennifer was talking about it. I think you alluded to just so nicely is the experience of inter connectivity through now wearable sensors software that personalizes methodist to you And always on connectivity Through the cloud Starting to make its way into healthcare and covid nineteen is only accelerated people's view in notion of what's possible in healthcare that today was just a method or a vision it is absolutely accelerating ed From everyone we've been speaking to And of course you are walking this walk on the acceleration happening before we're ready So it's really an exciting time. It also can be a harrowing right if you're not prepared for loot when you hear jennifer say consumers and patients aren't gonna hate healthcare anymore because they're they're access the can get what what comes to mind view especially in terms of telecom. Bunga sure so. I think that people often talk about. How virtual care makes access so much easier and they often frame this in terms of a conversation around what you might consider medical convenience And i'd like to just draw out the issue that it's not just a question of convenience. It's really around the quality of care so on telemedicine side we see many individuals who seek care and they end up having pretty serious medical problems like a recent case where the individual Actually had some big chest discomfort in our little shortness of breath and ended up having multiple blood clots in his lungs and he would have just probably waited it out at home with really a life threatening medical condition and on the longo side. You're really talking about individuals who for the first time in their lives are taking care of these problems around blood. Sugar control blood pressure control. So they're really getting the care that they need because we've made it easier for them and have lowered a number of these barriers which are traditionally put the place and may care most difficult and as you might imagine during the time of covid. All of these issues have been highlighted. So if you are at home trying to do your telecommuting also trying to teach your kids at the same time who might be doing their own remote learning. It may not be the easiest thing for you to decide that you need to take you know a bus to a train to train to bus in order to get to a medical appointment to have somebody review your blood sugars with you so to make that care possible particularly in this time just makes all the sense in the world.
Trivia With Rickey Thompson And Denzel Dion
"Ricky thompson denzil dion. Her best friends and they're known for their videos on tiktok youtube and instagram. And not your average. Just kinda throwaway videos. These are high production lip sync videos with costumes and choreographed dance moves. I mean they're incredible and they also host a new spotify podcast. We said what we said. Ricky thompson and denzil dion. Hello welcome you. I've been enjoying so much of all the stuff that you guys do that. Visual and video. And you know you're so successful at a visual format why go to just audio. I'm i think that we just really wanted to switch it up like everything video for like all of our career so like lists are with video. There's nothing's going on. A lot of people really talks. Oh here the message Obviously with videos which teams do are youtube at ten minutes is just like you know people just get so caught up with audio judges here and you're listening so i feel like we really wanted to show another side of us for audio bitten. Just because he talked ally right. You can just get to converse like you are hanging out you know and you were saying you know th the videos are sort of demand a different kind of attention and i just have to save. I am so dazzled by the production value that you bring to those with the costuming ming unreal. I mean how how much time goes into everyone on every time we do like thirty minutes before we do it solo which he gets my place. I'm getting the things today place and then we studied the choreography minutes. And keep doing it and doing that until the video is so. It's not prying not at all works. It works okay. Well let's let's get to some games. You wanna play some games some games. How do you feel about competition tablets. Perfect so this. This is the deal with this game taking a cue from movies like battleship clue. We have imagined what it would sound like if other table. Top games were adapted to be movies. Okay so jonathan will perform a scene and your job is just to tell us what game is based on okay. Ricky this one is for you. Here's your first one. This wooden windowless tower needs to be taller. But sir we're running out of material. Just take what you need from the middle and put it on the top. My hand is shaking. The whole thing is gonna fall. Who okay. I did it. Oh i know this game. Gosh oh i'm going blank right now on. My value does does bill. Which i thought he was talking to you because he knows it but he doesn't. Can you describe you described the game. Yes it's the game you know you build up the little blocks and if somebody pulls out in the middle oh yes yes yes all right denzel. Here's one for you. My queen the white riders approach. Their horses are moving in some sort of l. shape. I've never seen before. What news of the bishops. They've been captured your majesty so it's up to me you know. I was upon once. But now i can travel in any direction. Any distance. there. Weakling of a king is really for a reality. Check mate this is this is yes yes yes you know. In the film version of that timmel tate shell may would be up for rook. I being talks. I don't know that he'd be all right. And this one is and this one is ricky another hot night alone in the big city nights like these. You wonder if you're the only one in this crazy house of cards called life. Who's working with a full deck just in the numbers are lining up getting close to the big man at the top. That's when this dame shows up real card queen a diamond in the rough some nights. You wonder if you're the only one playing by the rules some nights you wonder if you're the only one playing at all. Oh my goodness. I'm so bad okay. A target muscle. Can i say solitaire.
This Green Bay Quarterback Idolized Alex Trebek
"Last weekend the world lost an icon we have learned that longtime jeopardy host. Alex trebek's has died after. Waging a brave very public battle with stage. Four pancreatic cancer so remembering the man with all the answers. Now extra bet you showed up in our households more consistently than any relative. Alex trebek's was not a game show host. He was like a friend today. The athletics match schneiderman on the connection between jeopardy host. Alex trebek's and packers quarterback aaron rodgers as a kid you grew up watching him in idolizing him and spending every weeknight with him so then to see him in person here that iconic voice in person is really special for rodgers star combination having a connection to somebody s the meaningful stall. But when you meet that person they have the president and the charisma that you have hoping they and definitely athletic. I'm davidson and i'm under sculptor. It's friday november thirteenth. And this is the lead so matt you recently talked to aaron rodgers about role that jeopardy has played in his life. What was his experience with the show. Growing up yeah. He told me about how when he was a little kid. He'd be staying at his grandparents house finished dinner early. And you retire to living room for jeopardy and grandpa's in his grandma's hurt sure i'm on the ground and that's just kind of a we. Did he was so devoted to this show from a young age and then he kinda grew to appreciate it more and he's a really intellectual savant. I guess you could say big trivia buff so that kind of drew him to it and alex trebek's became one of the iconic voices of his childhood a connection with certain people for my show and i've been fortunate enough to meet a few of them but it's kinda voices on my gv. I'm talking about john. Men summerall about how frank. And then on. Monday nights before bob barker on prices riot as he got into the league he said even if there would be obligations tend to in green bay on weeknights. He would record it. I mean literally friends of mine and visit dated. Six o'clock at my house is by had any friends over. If i was dating someone. If i had any family in town they knew that six. Pm in green bay was jeopardy time. So they'd better not make any other obligations so he was a real deal jeopardy diehard what stood out to him about alex trebek's as a game show host. He said really his cadence and his sense of humor and his ability to not make fun of but have a great back and forth with. The contestants are really enjoyed the often awkward coming into the first commercial. It'd be the contestants is reaction to so many of them is what made this show so great. Now just the thank you often have some nerds out. There were really nervous about what they do. It's called mary. Core hip hop it murdered. Core hip hop. It's people who identify as nerdy rapping about the things. They love video games science fiction having a hard time meeting romantic partners. It's really catchy. And fun losers. In other words. I know teasing you. And roger said that nature of trebek's the one that was playful with the contestants and related to them a little bit rather than just being a robot reading off of a sheet because it was his job for thirty minutes every night was what drew him to him so much before he became a professional. Football player did aaron rodgers do trivia. Was he the guy at the bar at trivia night. I'm sure he was. You know he's been on a couple of game shows. You probably know it then on multiple shows jeopardy hundred dollar ear man. Eight small felt things on a billiard table lopez jennifer lawrence i. I'm sure when he went to cal berkeley and he was the big man on campus there as the quarterback he was still going to trivia night at bars. I mean he challenges himself intellectually in a lot of different ways. I did a story with him last year seeing if he could name all thirty seven players. He's turned touchdowns to in his career. Rodgers could remember the exact route. Some no name tight end ran in two thousand and eleven. Because that was the tight ends only touchdown pass from rodgers so it was really impressive. Seeing how much he's able to remember and his abilities as a quarterback. I don't think it's an exaggeration to say his ability to process information and remember kind of the tendencies of certain defensive. Players definitely transfers over to a game show. Aaron got the chance to meet. Alex trebek's five years ago when he was a contestant on celebrity jeopardy. What was it like for him to meet the game show host. He grew up watching yet. It was big for him. Because you think aaron rodgers you know. You wouldn't be florida starstruck by anyone. This was in two thousand fifteen when he met. Alex trebek's super bowl. He'd already one to mvp's but aaron said he was the one of the few people that left me starstruck. And i think to be star star can have stayed combination of having a connection to somebody. That's that's deep. Meaning for a stall jack but when you meet that person they have the presence in the charisma then you kind of hope they would and you definitely did i so excited trying to keep it together as a kid. He grew up watching him in idolizing him and spending every weeknight with him so then to see him in person here that iconic voice in person it was really special for rodgers and he just loved more so than anything. How down to earth travek was how conversational he was. It wasn't something like okay. You're here on my show getting your position and i'll do my job. He was the guy you think he is on tv. All the things that make you feel like you care about the conversation. I'm talking about old school stuff. I'm talking about striking yet. Shaking your hand looking. I contact in the conversation. I felt like present in the moment. So aaron rodgers this trivia. Buff jeopardy fanatic. It's finally on the show. How did he prepare for it. Was he like in a room going over tape. His preparation for this show was unbelievable. He was watching. Not just the ken jennings and brad rudders of the world. But he was watching random contestants just to see how they approached the game. He watched tape of other contestants just to see where they place their hands to buzzing quick enough did they stay in the same category. Did they go. Two hundred four hundred six hundred or did they bounce around to try and throw off the other contestants so he came in with a very set strategy especially to go up against mr wonderful kevin o'leary from shark tank. That was his main competition. And i'm not gonna say he wanted to win it more than he wants to win a regular week ten. Nfl game against the jaguars like they have coming up this weekend but he took this very seriously show was a dream. But you don't think we're there any highlights or any surprises any categories where aaron rodgers did surprisingly well. Yeah leader of the pack. He obviously did very well in that in three thirty four bc. This great guy. Lead thirty five thousand greeks into persia. Aaron was alexander the great correct twelve hundred. The one question he did get wrong. Which was the final jeopardy question was it showed a black and white picture of two men riding old school motorcycles and the writing question i believe was what company made these. Aaron is looking pretty happy now. Did he come up with the correct response when he wrote down who are earned standing young and the answer was hardly and davidson and he got it wrong and then there's that brief moment where alex trebek's says well let's see how much wagered and rogers had a wry smile on his face and kind of smart looking at alex. Trebek's like i already know i won. This caused him too much. No he is the winner today. Charity the tape and he said he still has the little trophy. They gave him after winning celebrity jeopardy and that big fifty thousand dollar check the money that went to charity after he won. He still has those in his house. Check now with me. Checked and little choking and i asked him. Where does that day on. Celebrity jeopardy rank among non football ventures. Because he's been on game shows he's been courtside huge sporting events. He's the face of state farm billion dollar insurance agencies. He's done a lot of fun. Commercials there he said. The liberty jeopardy is right up there. The opportunity to compete against astronaut turned senator and super successful businessman. Plus really special. You know getting those nerves friend. He walks out turn just for.
A morning message onn paying attention to the edges
"Good good morning I gotta beefy one for you today and it's be not for only you my friend. It's beef for me. My name is carrie bradley. And i am bringing you these morning messages. Not just for you. i bring them for me. They are reminders to myself how to live fully their reminders of how to remember my brilliance. They're reminders to myself to remember that life is moving by very very fast and if we don't lean in and wake up and seize the moment and seize the day then we are missing our lives so these morning messages. I enjoyed them so much. Because i wake myself up every day and asked myself these questions. So i just decided turn on my little handy dandy recorder and share them with you so thank you for being here and what. I'm been playing with myself. Playing with in my own. Journaling is this idea of challenge edges and being uncomfortable. Yesterday we talked about ripe opportunities. It's what i write about my book. On the verge. Ripe opportunities are those moments when you are uncomfortable. They're uncomfortable because they're also unfamiliar. You're not used to doing it. You're not comfortable doing it. So it's gonna be agitating it's gonna be unsettling it's gonna make you feel like you wanna throw up. Maybe but these are the moments where we grow. These are the moments when we pressed the boundaries of life we press the boundaries of our patterns talked about patterns a few weeks ago and when we start to those patterns and press those boundaries. It's where we break through and we level up and we see things with new eyes and we get creative and we have insights so today. I just want to ask you as i'm asking myself. Where are your edges where the boundaries. What do they feel like. What are they include. What are they entail. And can you leinen today and tomorrow and the next day in fact you know i challenge you because i'm challenging myself to every single day at the beginning of your day whether it be after your meditation or prayer or your journaling or whatever your morning routine looks like usually for me. It's it's Early morning meditation. Twenty minutes fifteen to thirty minutes just depends on the day get out my journal and i free right but i'm going to challenge myself during that free right to ask myself. What would i do today if i had no fear. Or where can i lean in today to an edge. What edge can i lean into something along that lines you can make it up and make it sound right for you but basically it's what what i do today. If i had no fear who would i call. What would i write. What would i. What would i offer the world. What would i ask the world. What would i do today. If i had no fear and then go do it and listen you could start small right. It doesn't have to be the biggest thing you know the thing that you feel like you're going to throw up doing or thinking about but you gotta get into action. I need to get into action on those things. And oftentimes you know you can look at your life. I would often say this any yoga practice. Look at how you practice yoga. Because that's how you're living your life you know if you're ballistic and your workouts and you're pushing and suffering and challenger challenging yourself too much you may be pushing enforcing in your life as well but i think for most of us honestly where the other way around. That's the way i am anyway. I'm holding back too much i. I'm not getting to that point. Where i'm feeling myself tremble lately. I used to be but lately. I don't know i'm just kind of in this grey zone so this is my kick ass. Wake up. call to say kara. You need to lean and get uncomfortable a little bit more. Yesterday i did. I felt myself so agitated about myself so uncomfortable but and it was really a wakeup call for me to say. Listen girl you need to be doing this more areas of your life in your work. So i got agitated because i did a facebook live that i wasn't fully comfortable doing and i still feel a little shaky thinking about what i did. But that's okay. That's a good indication. That i was doing something was not comfortable so today. My challenge to you two things one at the beginning of your day. Ask yourself the question. Where do i need need to lean in today. What is my edge. Today is it. A relationship is a is an action in the world has something to do with work is truth. Unita say is it a workout. You need to lean into. Is it something what is it. And then that was the first thing and then go do it and then go to it. All right. I want to hear from you. What are the things where your edges right now. Where are your edges. I'm telling you mine you know in my business right now the business. I'm building this mental wellness business which is based on on the new scientist. Gut brain connection. It's phenomenal. I love it. I want to tell you about it. I want to tell you about it. So if you're interested please reach out to me or the lengths. I've got plenty of stuff there. But it is forcing me to grow in ways that i'm uncomfortable doing and that's the only way i'm going to grow this. Business is to get uncomfortable. The only way we grow in life is to be uncomfortable so we have to get comfortable being uncomfortable.
Fall Ahead: Finals Prep
"Tips that you had for students right now as they prepare to wrap up this semester. Yes so that's awesome question and one. That's very very very important. I think first and foremost take a deep breath rate. Just take a deep breath. Because you've mentioned so much is going on so much going on. So i know as a student many of our students. They're tired they're you know they're physically tired. They're mentally tired. They're stressed they're worried. So much is going on so just take a deep breath because not only are you tired. We're tired as well right back. What are you tired around. The i mean we just exhausted so across the board in one of the things. I like to tell my students is. We're in this thing together or we are in this thing together and i think been a huge theme for the pandemic. We are truly all in this thing together so just take a breath reach out when you need to reach out right know that there are different services. I know you've had different sessions about the counts counseling services and all these different services. Your professors your instructors. We're here as well. We want you to be successful. We want you to be healthy right. And so just take a deep breath right. We're here together reach out. We want you to be successful. So i'm here to help you and meaning of your instructors. We are here to help you hear norfolk state university so reach out. Take a breath. Don't don't be afraid to ask. We can't help you if we don't know that you need the help right so make sure. That's first and foremost retail then next. We honestly can't help. You know that you need that assistance so we are truly here for you then next thing when you are you know finals is coming but we still have the last few weeks to end up so i say as i told my students just the other day in our classroom. Let's focus so that we can finish strong like so. What do i mean by that. You still have material. You still have assignments prior to finals right that you need to do. So you know this is we are at that final phase. I'm a former runner. So it's like head down perfect form. You got exaggerate that form. Got the drive. You know you've really got to drive to get to that finish line. You're you're exhausted. So you gotta work on that form and you just gotta have your head down and you just gotta drive. Go just go for all out right. This is no time to give up and this is the time that we really have to be intentional. Truly focus on what needs to happen to finish strong. So what does that mean. Make sure that. I'm studying properly so that this current material are things that you don't have to touch on right so you know if you especially when you have that all inclusive binal right. Maybe if if you make sure that you knock out this stuff can go back to review the older material if that makes sense all right. So how can we make sure that we're studying properly and of the things. I was mentioning before. Was this thing called the study cycle. So see sandra mcguire study cycle. And this thing would it really talks about tells me to do. Is one preview. The material before gwen to class right so of course. That's nothing new. Your teachers tell you to do that unless i don't mean go. Sit down for a half hour. Forty five to look you know the topic. It really is a quick easy. Thirty preview flip through should take you five to ten minutes right seeing. Just familiarizing yourself. What's gonna be covered right. You can see big pictures you can see terms you know. Okay all right you know you just kind of glancing opening your brain in an in getting yourself ready impressed for the learning. That's going to occur so literally. This is something five ten minutes. No more than fifteen minutes of a quick preview not really studying you're just glancing you're previewing. You're familiar rising yourself getting ready. Then of course we're going to class right we know class attendants important so make sure these last few weeks that you are intentional. You're there you're there on time. You're there you're showing up. You're asking your questions your incentive you you already previewed so you know what's going to happen now when you hear about it maybe okay. You have some questions. Make sure you're asking those questions while you're in class now wants clashes over your task. Now is to review right. What happened right. Go back over those notes. Maybe you need to rewrite them. Right or whatever be the case but now i have to go back over that stuff and maybe formulate questions that you thought were cleared but may not be clear right and so this really should take ten fifteen minutes right so. I'm not telling you to really dive in and take forever to do this. It's just go back over your notes developed questions of something that might not have been clear right as we read something. I thought it was clear when she said that. But wait a minute. There's a small question about that. So you develop the questions right those off to the side and develop those kinds of questions. Then i'm going to set aside a time period. Maybe thirty minutes right. I'm going to set aside an intense study session. Thirty minutes thirty minutes guys. That's all i'm asking thirty minutes. We all got thirty minutes. He wasted thirty minutes. Doing who knows what we got thirty minutes. Just literally set aside schedule out that time and we're going to sit there and we are in but before you do that. I need you to task what you want to accomplish in that thirty minutes right. You've gone through the material you know what the material is so say. I want to cover this this this this topic right right that out be intentional. We're not just floating through. Okay what's this. What's this what's this. You know the material that's happened. You know so list out the topics that you want to cover or what you want to get accomplished in those thirty minutes. Sit down and do it right. Go back over that. Go over
The Yosemite Sightseer Murders
"In the nineteen ninety s the say to lodge. No portal was owned and operated by a man named gerald fisher like hey did on highway one forty. The lodge was a popular rest for visitors to yosemite national park. It's grand stretched across twenty seven eight at the base of a tree covid hill hillside. With the miss said a river flowing nearby hole up there were two hundred and eleven ruins in the hotel which were divided between several buildings. The lodge had all the amenities one would expect including a restaurant and a swimming pool in the summer of nineteen ninety seven and gerald hired a young man to carry out general maintenance. Judy's and upkeep at the state lodge like other employees then you come live don side in a studio apartment above the restaurant friendly dependable and seemingly normal. He established a good rapport with his boss and co workers. He was an unremarkable average. Joe top of god who nicely kept to himself yet. He did have one noteworthy feature he surname in february nineteen ninety nine. Carole sund her teenage daughter. Julie and sylvain apollo an exchange student. Staying with the pat were murdered in proximity of yosemite. The trio had been visiting the region for a brief holiday that disappeared from the say to lodge. After two nights daiei. The hotel's employees were questioned and although several raised suspicions. The facilities maintenance man did not want his reputation as an unassuming boy next door coupled with an unblemished police record kept him off. Investigators raid is hey remained calm and collected when answering questions and was ruled out off the providing alibi. Carol lend sylvania's buddies were discovered in the charred remains of their rental car. Hours drive north west. The kill then taunted police by sending them a map. That led to julie son's buddy thirty miles from where her mother was found. The triple massad came to be known as the yosemite sought say muddies. Investigators returned the saito lodge on the lookout for the source of doc. Pink fathers found on julie's body the hotels maintenance man or detectives across the grounds using he said of mazda case to let them into way to room he happily chatted about his life and family specifically his younger brother stephen. It was a peculiar and intriguing topic. But the interaction didn't raise any red flags demands. Willingness to hope was appreciated and the detectives left the sun peluso case inevitably hit a roadblock. The trio's kill remained a mystery though. Investigators were certain that a group of local men all of whom had a history of violence were responsible but the tawny di was spot lauded as suspects. The men were in police custody for a litany of reasons. None of which related to carol julie or so vinas murdered his five months later. Joey armstrong was killed in fereshta. The crime scene was about a thirty minute. Drive from the cedar lodge along route. That branched off to wet carol julie and silvana with downed. The fbi were quick to establish there was no connection between the crimes they told the public. There was no reason to believe there was a continuing threat in the area or that a killer or killers planned to wacked again. The evening before. Joey armstrong's remains were found in the forest behind her son. A us park service. Firefighter was visiting the area. As hey dr along forest road. He noticed familiar car parked on the edge of the woods.
The Mandalorian Season 2 Episode 2 Released
"Young. Hey thanks for having me. I really like talking about. Star Wars. Yeah, and if you haven't seen Brian every week on the site has has like A. I WANNA call it a recap because I feel he gets much more than a recap. Would you call your your column about the mandatory in every Friday? You know I, kind of call it a review in that it does what I think or it it aims to do what I hope. Good criticism does is just shine lights on aspects of the. The show that people wouldn't have noticed whether that's in the filmmaking or the cinematic references or the mythological references and star wars. So I don't know, I, just call it a review but. Maybe. It's a little bit more depth than that to in this morning's one is like what two thousand words yeah just kept coming and I feel like I still in hit everything. And it's crazy to this year or at least for the first episode. Disney is not providing screeners for press. So you know all of us are actually did you stay up till midnight or did you watch it this morning? No I definitely watch this morning because it didn't come online until midnight Pacific Time which is two am my time and I'm getting too old to do that. I was up at midnight and I watched the thing and I was like I'll just go to bed after I couldn't sleep. I was up till three am just. Checking twitter reading up on things I. I was just like amped up. So bright you saw last right? No. I mean, in my time zone, it's one am in like Brad I'm getting too old for that sort of thing. So I got up at five actually to watch it and well, and I knew if I watched it last night, I was going to sit down in half to write my my review then. Go and I knew I wouldn't sleep. So I got up early in and got it done. Got It over to. To you all as fast as I possibly could. ANYWAYS, we're all on an even keel here. No one gets information ahead of time twenty twenty has sucked. But at least we have new season of the member Orien- right Maybe. It's over lining. I feel like it's the most excited I've been in a long time last night watching that episode Okay. Before you into the heavy spoilers I mean I wouldn't listen to this podcast if you haven't seen the episode so I'd go watch that on Disney right now but before we get to that, let's give our. Thoughts brief reactions and I'll start off by. Saying. This is how you do fan service. Right like Vincent gets bad rap I think that word is kind of used as a derogatory word in in certain ways but it was cool you know to. I feel like a lot of the stuff that was being done in this episode was not references for references sake it was the further story and then like when their work like interesting fan nods and reference it, you kind of have to connect the dots wasn't like. Oh look at that Blah Blah Blah. It wasn't like very obvious about it The production budget felt much bigger than season one for me. I I I. Love that. This was fifty four minutes where most of the season one episode where much shorter I think like most of them are closer to the thirty minutes. I. Guess. So. It was just it was so epic. So Good I. Guess My only negative that I want to say is I th I. Wish I had more of a role in this. Upset he was kind of like. The site I I mean I guess he's always sidekick, but he really didn't have much to do. So but I was really impressed with Jon favreau in what he was able to accomplish here. This is the first time you know he's obviously the creator of the show. He's a writer of the show, but this is the producer, but this is the first time he directed an episode. So Brian, what what are your brief thoughts? So I really loved the cinematic feel of it and it felt very George Lucas Very Spielberg and I'm sure we'll talk about that. Later. But I I'll be honest like I. Sort of as excited I was for what I saw at the ending I was also dismayed And it Kinda left me with like a bittersweet feeling because I've really enjoyed. BOBA FETT being dead. And getting. It's kind of like the feeling that a lot of people had with thinking ray was a nobody and then. J. j.j Abrams comes along. Well I don't I mean like I there was easier for me to swallow like I. Really. You only had years of that right? Like only two years of like thinking about that was the reality. Yeah, we've had a lot longer to to feel that Boba Fett was dead, but I really am appreciative of the fact that they worked in all of the stuff that Chuck Wendy get created around the armor and Cobb Vance to meet the elephants character that really. The that that has been the story for a long time and if they are incorporating that, I'm still not I. Don't know maybe maybe people know other things that I, don't but I'm still holding hope that it's not actually Boba Fett and it's some other random clone but I know that that's a long shot. Yeah. We'll get to that later. Do you have anything else to say in your brief thoughts? Just, it was fun. It was really fun and I haven't had that fun sitting. Had that much fun sitting down and watching something like this in a long time probably since last season well, Nelson's clone wars. Yeah Brad what are your thoughts on the by the way? Are we call this like to exit one or is this chapter nine like they're calling a chapter nine? I mean we'd be calling it both. Okay. Okay. What did you think of Chapter Nine? I realized I ought to fund with I'm I feel like I, wish that maybe it wasn't quite as long because even though it was a good episode I I felt a lot better when the episodes were between like thirty in forty minutes it just makes it feel a little bit breezy. especially since you know even though this season premiere did have some interesting new details to reveal. It felt more like an episode that was from like the middle of a season as opposed to season Premiere only because I didn't feel like that. There was much advancement as far as like the over. Arching plot you know it's like it's it's just a basic. It's like. Well, guess I'm taking this kid back to where you know to his people and you know, and here's another adventure of the week scenario and granted that's. The. Like I said there are big reveals I i. always like. I feel like season premieres should have you know something a little bit bigger and granted you know the whole idea of trying to take down a crate dragon is a big thing. I mean that's that's a big impressive effect that you're not likely to get in an average middle episode even a man to Laura and you know so that was a big deal but I don't know I don't want to say that disappointed because I never bored I still have a lot of fun with it but I guess I was just expecting a little bit more of an advancement with the the serial aspect of the story. That was my main complaint about season one was it was a lot of like. You know mission adventure of the week and it wasn't a lot of like there isn't really much of a overall like cereal plot of the show yet but I'm hoping that kicks into gear the season. What are you guys yet because I don't I don't mind the adventure of the week format necessarily but I just wish that the progress on the overarching stereo part of it was a little bit more media gas in each episode especially since these are very short seasons. You know it's interesting that it kind of depends on the scale you're looking at it from to right like in terms of the mandatory and in his story with seeking out man delorean's to return the asset to its people whether those are Djeddai or other creatures of its kind. It doesn't. It doesn't move the ball forward very much at all but when you pull back and look at the star. Wars universe. What it does with Craig Dragons in Tuscan raiders tattooing and Boba Fett absolutely does move that ball forward. So it's interesting to watch them balance between both those masters that they have to. Work for. I think that's fair. But I but I also think the progress of those balls in question is like I mean, how much? How much deeper are we into star wars lower by spending some extra time with Tuscan raiders in a crate dragon like it's not necessarily hugely revealing stuff that like provides a lot more depth into the Star Wars universe. It's more interesting details of stuff that we were already familiar with. Okay guys we we've got nine minutes which serve ref- reactions. Get into this.
Prosecutor: Attacker not on intelligence radar
"A young Tunisian man armed with a knife and carrying a copy of the Koran attacked worshipers in a French church and killed three yesterday prompting the government to raise it security alert to the maximum level hours before a nationwide corona virus lockdown be attack in the Mediterranean city of niece was the third in less than two months. The French authorities have attributed to Muslim extremists including the beheading of teacher who had shown caricatures of the Prophet Muhammad in class after the images were republished by satirical newspaper targeted in two thousand, fifteen attack. Thursday's attack Oh was seriously wounded by police and hospitalized in a life threatening condition after the killings at the Notre Dom cap. The imposing edifice is located half a mile from the site where another attack plowed a truck into a crowd on France's National Day in twenty sixteen killing dozens. President Emmanuel, macron said he would immediately increase the number of soldiers deployed to protect schools and religious sites from around three thousand to seven thousand. Franz. He's anti-terrorism prosecutor said, the suspect is June born in one, thousand, nine, hundred, nine, who reached the Italian island of land producer a key landing point for migrants crossing in boats from north. Africa. And travelled to Paris on October nine the prosecutor to set the attacker was not on the radar of intelligence agencies as a potential threat. Video cameras recorded the man answering answering the niece train station at six forty seven am where he changed his shoes and Tandy's coat inside out before heading for the church some four hundred meters away just before eight thirty, a m hit spent thirty minutes inside the church before police arrived virus side entrance, and after advancing down a corridor, they came face to face with the attacker whom they neutralized. An investigation was opened for murder and attempted murder in connection with a terrorist enterprise, a common term for such crimes.
How to Prevent Hustle Burnout
"When I started working on the hundred dollar Ba back in the early days two thousand and eleven two, thousand, twelve, two, thousand, thirteen. Every business expert said, you gotta work hard super hard, and as many hours as possible you still hear this often. In the rhetoric of business knowledge. Now, I do agree that you do need to work hard. Okay and you might have to sacrifice and work more hours her used to especially in the beginning but you just can't do that for years to come. You can maybe do that for six months a year eighteen months. But at some point, it's just not gonNa make any sense for your health is going to take a toll and you just can't move forward anymore because. You'RE GONNA work yourself to the ground you want to is make sure that you're working smarter harder but in a way that sustainable way that, hey, you can get up the next day and go at it strong I don't believe in extremes I think the extremes get us into trouble whether that's working a hundred hours a week or thinking we can work four hours a week and have a multibillion dollar business, the truth, the balance the reality lies somewhere in between I'm a big believer that after a certain point, you're just not as productive as. You can be the reality is if you look at your date after the eight or nine hour mark, you're just not firing at all cylinders. You're just not as productive dot creative. You're not solving problems at the same rate and probably the best thing you can do at that point his actually take a break is actually align yourself to recharge and recharging doesn't necessarily mean you're not helping your business and I'll explain in a moment but I love business I love being an entrepreneur and just because I tell myself hey, I need some time to. Recover, so I don't burn out that doesn't mean I don't love business or I don't want bed. In fact, there are things I can do in that space in that time that can help my business helped me improve not only just in the short term, but in the long-term. So let's get into some strategies number one I believe the best way to recharge to make sure you don't burn out is to do A. Combination of two different things number one is frequent regular breaks and longer quality breaks. Let me explain frequent regular breaks is something that you want to do on a regular basis on a daily basis. So for example, let's say you start your day of work at seven. Am You work through? You have a short thirty minute break for lunch and then you end your day let's say at five pm that's a pretty long day. That's ten hours of work. Okay. if you minus a half hour of lunch nine a half hours let's call it nine hours. Okay. But at five pm I'm going to go do something that's going to allow me to recharge. But at the same time, helped my business going to go to the gym. Okay. I'M GONNA go to Jim. I'M GONNA. Get some of my frustrations how I might get a chance to just really focus on myself. This is a few things number one. It allows me to recharge my batteries arouse me to be healthier as an entrepreneur. I'm protecting the vessel, the vehicle that's GonNa get to where I wanNA, go, which is my body, right? What's the point of getting to? Where you are trying to get to and your health is in disarray and you can't enjoy the fruits of your labor. Also, you're going to get there faster and more efficiently when you're healthy right when your body's at its peak performance. So I'M GONNA do some exercise. Okay. The other thing that's going to do is that while I'm exercising I. Can do a plethora of things to help me in my business helped me improve as a leader I can listen to podcasts I can listen to e books which I absolutely love on audible. For example, sometimes I listen to video trainings the video playing on my phone, but I'm just listening to it and just getting you know the knowledge from the training. I listened to Ted Talks that are playing off. Youtube and this allows me to really absorb the information without being distracted by other things because I'm just working out and I'm just doing my workout and allows my mind to really focus on the knowledge and see applies to my own life and how I can apply to my business. So even though I stepped away from the desk, my mission to improve as an entrepreneur and prove my business is still in full force and I'm at the gym improving myself physically and mentally this is just an. Example. You can go for a walk you can go jog you can do a yoga routine and listen to these things, and this is just a brief break in my day an hour, an hour and twenty minutes, but it does wonders because it allows me to recenter and not feel like my life is work i. have other things to do outside of work. Then after that can have dinner enjoy my time with my family things like that. The second way of taking breaks I believe is longer breaks but totally shutting off. Okay. So this could be as simple as. Saturday Sunday right two days in a row or even a three day weekend. If you can squeeze it Friday Saturday Sunday or Saturday Sunday Monday whatever. But the players that you totally shut off, you do not look email you. You tell your team. Hey, I'm not available. There's a whole lot easier when the weekend but if you're bridging three weekend this is totally doable. Say Friday I'm shutting off I'm going into big picture mode thinking mode planning mode, and really what you're doing here is you're just allowing yourself to step away from the business and see your business as an investor instead of the person that's tinkering and noon all the work allows you to analyze your decisions. What are the next things I need to do to move forward if I was an investor in this business? And this could take any shape you know. But the point is, is that allows you to think, allows you to just take time out You can go and spend a few days on the beach. If you want to you can go camping you could do a staycationing the beauty of thinking is that you can do it anywhere. Okay. But I like the idea of Diana stepping away a little bit from your environment, your home because reshapes your mind and forces you to feel like this is something new. Let me take advantage of it an even if you just do this once a quarter, every three months, it's going to make a huge. Difference, it's going to allow you to come back after that weekend fully charged ready to go with a different perspective to go strong for the next ninety days or so, and you can do it more frequently. If you wish the next thing I recommend is that you make sure you covet your calendar Covet, your time a lot of us we open up our calendar to anybody in anybody who wants to grab time from it do not do this because then you're prioritizing everybody else's problems a needs versus yours, and you don't give yourself enough time to get anything done in there for you feel stressed out and your to do list keeps growing and growing.
How do you feel about Halloween?
"Do you guys feel about Halloween? I'm not a big halloween person like in general during. In general used to be my favorite holiday especially in New York City like it. It was like really my favorite holiday and then last year was like really exciting because my daughter was to last year like the first time she could like walk from door to door she doesn't remember it but my neighborhood like goes all out. So like literally like we we we left the house with our drinks and then like every single person in our neighborhood and then people from other neighborhoods like friends we just happened to run in everybody's drinking on the street and your kids are getting candy and it's just like. A love it. This year we were trying to organize a thing are your kids going to Halloween this year? So we're GONNA have my sister and my nephews over, and we're GONNA like we're sort of trying to. We're trying to figure out what we'RE GONNA. Do I think we're going to? Trick or treat in the. House behind each and maybe do a holiday craft or something so. What are you going to jail? Scottie has a great tradition tradition. This year I don't know if we are normally I. My friend memory, heart who. Loves Halloween. We started about seven years ago. She was like, do you just want to hand out candy to kids? I was like that's perfect. We put on whatever costumes we had handy and we saw salt we handed out like we sold We made a lot of money. We ended out like. I mean maybe a thousand pieces of candies. So we were like one person would run the CVS and by five more bags because it's it's actually the same neighborhood as Kurt and it's just known as a safe neighborhood with tons. It's flat, which is also in La kind of a thing like you don't want to walk up and down the hills. And so now we rent a frozen Margarita machine. And for the parents, we hand out to go cups of frozen Margaritas. Get Candy and now there's three or four of us. We decorate her yard and smoke machines and all that. But it got to the point two years ago where people are like you're the Margarita House and then. Like the dodgers are in the world series now and the dodgers are usually in the playoffs. So like the DADS will come halfway into memories householding. Margarita, watching the dodgers game behind this while we hand out candy and. It's still you know they're so nice. I, gotTa say there are so polite like it's it's awesome. So this year we might do she has sort of like the gate to her fence is like one of those old barn doors where the top to the bottom open. So we might just barn door and then we'll probably skip the MARGARITAS sadly this year just hand out bags of pre bagged candy, underrun out. I don't know kids are going to trick or treating or not because I know that. Whoever is not the? CDC whoever like someone? Some official body locally was like. They you're not allowed to trick or treat now accounting and that's what I thought too. Yeah. Yeah they're just like the. newsome Moose and was just like right. Halloween's canceled. We're just like we organized with our neighbors I. think There's GonNa be like three houses and we're going to have a bowl of candy in front of each house. Like socially distance walk the three kids from one place to the other to the other and then let them walk around outside and then it's over thirty minutes in and done
"thirty minutes" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS
"Hero I suspect you don't talk to say this material with clear your name I want to say there's a bomb in centennial park you have thirty minutes trying to be the best friend right thank you for look in the for thirty minutes the story is accusing the forces in the world the state government media when the ball means to kneel pork you have thirty minutes Richard Jewell is an innocent man is a hero for thirty minutes Richard Jewell two hours twelve minutes the drama rated R. and is about the nineteen ninety six summer Olympics in Atlanta and the security guard who discovered a suspicious backpack under a bench the do it did he not do it Clint Eastwood I think looks like you did a brilliant job directing this if you see a movie Samir cheap movie review it carefully radio dot com make it count everybody and thanks for listening.
"thirty minutes" Discussed on KROQ 106.7FM
"To thirty minutes for their chance to interact with and feed the pair of records now these are tame raccoons Kevin would you look at them like you would a dog and play with them may not know because it's a wild animal what's what's even though you say it's trained it's a wild animal what's the difference between a camel at a rest stop and lies and bart in the Ukraine because they should be out in the wild this is insane I feel like I feel like you can have enough space for a raccoon to enjoy its life and I think a raccoon is well fed and well slept with flavor owner said love love so you say no to Cavell camels at the truck stop in no direct all right all right I I will allow it by the way cool a a Georgia woman went to fill up your gas tank before work early last week when the deer leaped over her head kicking her in the process she's just the years the others video that standing pumping gas in Brunswick Georgia and she thought she was being robbed she got hit in the back of the head and that was thought is old my god somebody is robbing me right now she wasn't facing in that direction he stood there for a minute to process what happened and saw it dear scampering off after just bring into the air and hitting her with her first oddly enough doesn't say that here but I'll you saw this video right in saying that Seattle see it jumping shows coming up what is the fact that she was running late for work anyway and then she's like and now I get to explain to work that I was attacked by a deer he's a hit the head out of no where and finally on this edition of animal stories I don't know if you guys have been following the story but ever since September tenth a yak name me here has been on the run you know you see the stories from time to time we're a cal will get away from the from the the slaughter house in it'll go on the run and then they'll everybody will rally around in the go all this cow is so sweet and so is my when I can eat this one we're gonna spare him we're not going to have a right even though the other four hundred cals a truck are now hamburgers well this was the acne meter and I wasn't aware that in central Virginia they were cooking up a lot of yeah can you react yeah sure you can all of he he escaped September tenth he was finally found last last Friday and I was all excited when I saw the story because I thought it was gonna be the same sort of deal he was gonna get some sort of a food parole and he was gonna end up being the actor but in fact he was hit by a car and killed great story wow that sounds good is one I wish I mean I wish I had better news this is one of your seat like an awesome yak yep but that's how the story ended there and I told my great head of the household this.
"thirty minutes" Discussed on KOMO
"At nine fifty five boxes store Packer shoppers targeted by a gunman chaos strikes a shopping mall after a mask prankster jumps into a table fans rushed the stage at a concert ABC Jim Ryan says these three scenarios share a common characteristic the normal human reaction to danger is fight or flight in a crowd of people still can be disastrous for better or for worse people are talking about it more and we want people to talk about it more Palin Rosen is a constable in Houston he orders everyone to have a plan going into a crowd setting know where the exits are placed yourself near the edge of the group instead of the middle keep your phone handy and share the plan with your group if something happens here in the store run with mommy Daddy here Jim Ryan ABC news going to time nine fifty six and it is time now for this edition of life beats with very Torok injured go take a walk in fact thirty minutes of walking could change your life studies show getting out of your chair and getting some exercise could lead to reduced mortality risk something doctor Michael raisin agrees with he says making this slight adjustment can really pay off they found the substitution of thirty minutes of physical activity for sitting time made a real difference in mortality rate fourteen percent adding that half hour of moderate walking to your day can be good for your body and mind you build a bigger half okay hippocampus your memory center was just thirty minutes of walking a day you build more cardiovascular fitness you get.
"thirty minutes" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"You in thirty minutes. The hammer Schultz will be one of the stars taking shots at celebrity roast Buffalo Sabres legend, Danny Geir, Sabry Twenty-eight, the grapevine banquets tickets are on sale now at W G R five fifty dot com. We definitely realize we're getting our chances. But I think we're risking chances against for that. And I think that's just something that's gonna change a little bit. I think forget limit the great chances that were giving other teams. I think we'll we'll be in a much better spot towards the end of the game. You know, who that sounds most like to be known WG are fast track host debut can't match. Very sure it's not him. You really weird if you were talking about the sabers trading chances is if he were on the team who is it. I don't know let me guess with Gus. Punchier? I was I was listening to every word he said scandal. I'm going to say that that was Connor Sherry. Get. Pretty good right Bill. Yeah. I didn't think he was getting it. He got. What you said he thought it was debut cannon. He's not getting. Just struck me that it sounded a little bit like, Dave. And so I thought I would just mention Dave on the air for another year of fasttrack. We've got an hour and a half before pre-game. The team is not not exactly are necessarily in crisis. But very wobbly. It was a season that has been a hopeful one. Get a ten game winning streak for goodness sake. So how are we feeling like are we disappointed or are? We angry. I I have a hard time being angry. About it. I mean, I think it's understandable to an extent. I'm I'm disappointed. They from from the winning streak forward. We talked a lot about. Half the points half, the points would get you get you close and they're not they're not there. I think they are five points off of that. If you've got twenty out of fifty is is their point total since the winning streak ended. So that's that's five points away from just that low bar of half the points. And you know, I guess to look at it in a way they had those five points. They be in the wildcard spot right now, they still be in a spot. So we were right to think half the points would be enough half the points aren't going to be enough anymore because they got to climb. You need to win four games in a row to catch up to that pace. Right. And you know to me with the way it's been going. I mean, I'd be hard pressed to sell you on. That's right around the corner because I think the. The games that are the most maddening to me are the games where I think they played really really well, but still made mistakes the Vancouver game comes to mind. Most recent where they played a good game. Had a lot of chances to score scored three goals and lost because they were sloppy in the sloppy stuff is just there. So I don't know. I mean, I guess the odd night here I'll score enough to overcome that. But that's hard hard to do. And so I mean, I can't at all like any longer for a while. They're in December New Year's Eve game against the islanders fine. Fine the plane. Well, I'm okay here. I'm going to be okay. I I'm I'm done with that. I can't I can't sell that anymore. There's just too much. That doesn't make sense the guy plays that guys make me. I don't know we talked about it for ten minutes. It felt like with rob. But pagoda not throwing the puck to Dalian open behind the net on that first goal. Friday night is like what are you doing? That's he's going to relieve you he's going to give you a spot, and then he can make a good pass because he's good. Like that's the play. Instead, it's up the wall. And you know, next thing, you know, what's in the net. That's not a smart play. And those two guys playing together a lot. So I need better there. How likely is a coaching change after this season. Depending on what happens. So they fifty six points in fifty two games if they end up at eighty seven points. It's the same thing as every day, and I'm sorry to be like this. But it's better a lot better than last year. But it's not the play offs, which is pretty much what everybody thought would happen. You know who gets punished for a season that everybody expected it might even be on the high side of expectations surly that number eighty seven would definitely be higher than they're they're betting line. So who gets punished for that? Is that something that would happen? I mean, right now, there are a lot of questions about the coach fans are talking about it media talking about it. Maybe even players are talking about it. I don't know. But you know, it's also hard because this is you wanna do something. You're an organization and you've had a losing history. And you want to do something you want to represent the losing is bad. Even though it's better than last year, whatever, but you've also done a lot of that's that you you put yourself in a jam here. It essense by making as many changes as you've made washing biles mo- like that which means that you felt like you were obligated to do because of Eichel. I mean that kind of thing. Yeah. All right. Well, here's a do over for getting Jack's coach, right? Are you going to change that again? What does that look like where does that leave? You. It's interesting to figure out how you make that decision. Like, what what you how you prioritize the different factors. I mean, it's it's not nothing. It's not meaningless to care about appearances. You don't wanna give off the sabers of already done a lot of this the impression that you're just wayward that you just you know. Not able to figure it out. And so you gotta do you might think you gotta do that. But maybe you think it just looks terrible to do that. You might you know, it depends on. I mean, there's there's some stuff that I don't think we'll ever know. Maybe we will before when and if anything happens with Housley, but patrol might feel like it's not fair to do something to Housley because of well, he made he made a trade that he felt he needed to make it was a move that. I supported it means they they had they had no flexibility at all financially. And he was he was a big money. So like, we can do something here. And we've got some sort of toxicity around the team we need to change we need to do something and probably not going to get. We're definitely not getting off single player back right away. That's going to replace him. But we'll get these guys piece it together and hopefully the sum of the parts all that. Right. And. I don't know what role if any burglar was gonna quit period. He just didn't want to come. And that would be more on than it is on Housley. Like, that's your job to understand or know what what the player how the player feels about being acquired by you. If you can avail yourself with that kind of Intel, but the bottom line is. He he moves O'Reilly because she had to do something significant. So they did it and the thinking would have been okay, I've got middle stat. I've got I've got Sabotka like can I count on them to give me sixty points. The three of them. Look, that's not unreasonable Bergelin like was a player. I was expecting thirty points out of I got to Subotica I wasn't expecting as much as from Brooklyn. But what do I have from him so far this year? And so that leaves it all up to middle stat. And I don't know like can I fire my coach because that didn't work. Well, I don't this isn't really directly to that. But I don't think the blue straight was that much about those two guys. I'm sure a lot of planning and back and forth went into that. But you start by deciding speaking of how you rank your priorities here established. I think you start by deciding we want to get rid of rhino Riley. And then you may think if that's if that's just like vitally important to you. Your organization going forward. Then you're gonna take the best deal that you get and they they chose. Whether there was an offer not like, I know last year at the trade deadline. I asked him about O'Reilly we talked about that with him. And he like stared down not we're not trading him. And so they waited till the off season, and then it was late July one after that you run into a period where you might not know if you can do it. Right. So anyway, regardless that was their idea and. That's right. It's not like a story that you got players back that really are on bad contracts. You know, you wanted Thompson you got Thompson out of it. You got a draft pick high draft pick out of it. But really the rest of it. You're going to play you're going to Saint Louis going to dictate and so those players those were dictated to you. I would think. Then you have to go from there. Right. You sure won't have the character issue that you thought you had or whatever the chemistry issue until the guy packs up his stuff and leaves which is probably good for you in the end because he wasn't producing. And maybe he wasn't producing because he hated coming here in the first place like who knows? But I just don't think in the should have expected those two guys to really produce. Thirty points. Well, eighty games. Yeah. I mean, the guy had a career like he's he's you know, he was an established commodity like I don't think that was crazy to think that so it didn't happen. Like, that's not Phil Housley fault. You know, like you left him with a a kid responsible to be your number two Senate or Subotica, what am I supposed to do there? So I think it's tough. I all I'm really going along way here to say like box might look at it and feel like. I did not give him enough didn't work here in the short term. Not that these guys we're gonna Matt Ryan the long range picture, but for this year, it's taught those guys were supposed to bridge bridge the gap until middle stat was ready to be a sixty point player in the league. And they got the bridge burned. I mean, the bridge just a burned underneath our feet. So that's right. That's fine. Can you blame Housley for that? I I don't know. And how much consideration does that get? From from the GM. You know, I I mean, I don't know. And again, the peace. I don't know is spot is sitting up there going you should have played Bergelin more to get them going here at the beginning of the year, and you didn't. And then you bench to them. I don't know. Look, I don't know what was going on. Well, this is year two. And if he's fired after an eighty five points season, I think most people in hockey go. Wow, tough room. You got two years in buffalo. Oh, and by the way, that's what Dan byles Mugabe with is covering on team. That was also last in the league right when he showed up and by the way that if it matters as what Rex Ryan got when he got a huge contract, and he did not finish two years..
"thirty minutes" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets
"Like, the talk when you're doing well talk when and I you know, you just you find relationship, right? And it's and that's what it is to me. It's a relationship. I I'm giving a investing myself these guys a lot. And I want them to do that with me as well. Not unlike what the shorter with the referees doing when they get calls from the league, everyday kind of going over their work. It's it's similar to that. It sounds like. Yeah. For sure. And if you think about it, you make a mistake last night and nobody's perfect. If I can snap back in and they they jump back and have a great game tonight. There was happy. Right. And and it's funny like the more we talk, and you tell us about it so much of it is mental. I bet you a lot of the guys go in thinking it's all skill. And then they don't even realize it's it's such a help for the mentally to be talking to you. And knowing that you went through it. It's it's amazing to think that you get to the NHL, and you don't really get coached that much. I mean, it's a it's a coach's job to get wins. And that's what he's looking to do. And and so why has it taken this long for guys to realize I kinda need a personal coach. And it's it's so smart. It's it's definitely the future. Like you've said so to see what you've done is is no surprise. And also pretty incredible. And you know, what some teams have hired their own skills coaches within right now. And they go work with the guys. Yeah, they have. And that's great. You know? And I I I totally support it because if you're a coach, and I've been there you gotta practice today. We played three and four how long does that practice? To be thirty minutes for thirty minutes. Thirty minutes, forty minutes. Yeah. You're you're going out. There you give the boys a little sweat. Hopefully, we want we're going to good mood. You might do a little instruction on one of the themes that was you know, we didn't like our neutral zone. Regroup last night. You do a little of that or d- don't coverage. And then the guys, you know, you do a couple of drills. So. They didn't really get a lot of individual time where when when you get basketball you look at Steph curry when does he get his reps before the game? He's working with the ball, boys. And they're feeding them balls. So he can work on all his shots. Right. Not in practice in practice when they're running all their system. He probably going to get ten fifteen shot. So when did he get the reps to work on his game? And that's what that's part of what we bring your summer time to get locked the reps. And then and then during the season a couple of things they can do after practice to work on just a little minute details that keep them sharp basketball fan. I am about smoking. I'm a huge fan as well. Keep in touch more on the country's inside the team. But. Assistant head coach. They're got enough. Like figuring out of structurally looking at game teat for the next team and worrying about you know, lion matches and all that shit is I wonder if it's going to increase guys like you come in not only a skill coaches, but more on the mental aspect of it too. Because it's a lot of time of talking back and forth and you're talking about elite athletes. So there might be some conflict back and forth. Then maybe disagreeing with what you want them to do. So it takes time with each individual guy. So as a team just higher skill guy. I don't think it's exactly accomplishing what your doing. Do you see getting to a level where maybe they got two three of these types of guys around every team? I do I think the teams will eventually get football, right? Football has especially goes for every single position. And and you're like just because salaries are dictating it, right? Like, you know, you you you got all these assets. You wanna you know, you want them to be the best. They can be right. And we of do have deco ch- we do for Recode. We have a penalty killing coach p P coach. So it is gonna go in that direction. Then individuals stop will just keep growing. But but then the day there's so the fatigue factor..
"thirty minutes" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Thirty minutes special report decibel former president, I'm Christopher cruise. George Hw Bush has died. He was born into a wealthy family and served heroically as a teenaged fighter pilot in World War Two yells who served as the head of the CIA then for eight years as Ronald Reagan's vice president we nominated to succeed. Ronald Reagan, George H W Bush the city wanted to be a kinder, gentler president welcoming changing country brilliant diversity spread like stars like a thousand points of lighten abroad and tasteful sky shortly after he took office. The Berlin Wall fell seeming to end the Cold War, but he led a coalition of countries into the Persian Gulf when Iraq invaded Kuwait declared that the aggression against Kuwait would not stand and tonight America and the world have kept their word. Bob Costantini, Washington. George Bush was ninety four. I'm Christopher crews. A federal judge in California has refused to. Immediately allow President Trump to enforce a ban on asylum for illegal immigrants, November ninth the president declared that anyone who crosses into the US illegally would be barred from seeking asylum on November nineteenth US district court. Judge John tiger issued a temporary restraining order in response to a lawsuit. Brought by immigrant rights groups and on Friday made it official saying federal law is clear that immigrants can seek asylum in the US, regardless of how they got here through legal Puerto of entry or crossed illegally. Correspondent Jim Roope in Los Angeles officials in Anchorage Alaska have begun to assess the damage caused a parts of the city by a seven point zero earthquake that hit yesterday morning about fifty thousand customers lost power and some water lines of broken aftershocks continued to rattle the city home to about three hundred thousand people and there has been major damage to some roads. I'm Christopher cruise. Message and data rates may apply. Terms can be found a battle dot com slash terms. Please don't text and drive. Have you ever wanted to.
"thirty minutes" Discussed on On The Media
"Habits changed housing stock changed society changed, but whether your home was in the city, a close in suburb or former orchard, there was one thing that never much changed time. There is this sort of constant amount of time that we are willing to spend doing this activity, this sub-conscious expectation was so universal. That the Italian physicist Jezarri, Marquette, he lent. It is surname. Thirty minutes there in thirty minutes. Back became the Marquette, constant and that remains constant whatever kind of community you're looking at. If you're looking at Mesa Arizona where someone lives in excerpts. Or if you're looking at Washington DC where I ride my bike almost exactly thirty minutes each way. I mean in the American community survey from the census bureau is typical American spends like twenty six minutes, commuting one way. Obviously there are people who commute longer than thirty minutes. But I do think that there's something true to the idea that there's a finite amount of this activity that we're willing to put up with. So when new technologies allow us to cover more distance in the same amount of time and housing gets less costly with each outward mile, and if self-driving cars Dubai on extra five or ten minutes. How's that urban renaissance beginning to look what if the autonomous future, quite literally drives us still farther apart, Peter? Morton's book fighting traffic documents the dawn of the motor age in the US, including the years long battles of her who had practical dominion on city streets. It was a decades long affair fought in courts editorial pages and city halls that gave way to unequally divided thoroughfares pedestrians here cars here and here. And here when automobiles began crowding city streets in the nineteen teens and twenties the sort of common sense, response wise. Well, we need to restrict the cars. They're getting in the way of the things that do move a lot of people like streetcars for Jampel, and they're also injuring and killing pedestrians. Well, we restrict the cars we slow them down. This was an impediment to people who wanted to sell more cars, not less. And so they quite explicitly said we have to change what people think streets are for. We have to change them from being for everyone. One including people on foot to being almost exclusively for motor vehicles except certain designated crossing points. One element of that strategy was to ridicule people who kept walking into streets the way people had always done they propagated. This term jaywalking to ridicule. Those people I like to apologize. Getting in your way this morning. I was practically jay-walking. No you had to drive to be standing on the could leaning over a century later. Those echoes resound. Uber has suspended all road testing of it. Self driving cars after one of the SUV's hit and killed a woman in timpee Tempe. Arizona police say forty nine year old Elaine hers Burke was walking a bicycle across a busy thoroughfare frequented by pedestrians Sunday night. She was not in across wall. The autonomous vehicle promoters began to explain to us what we need to do about. This one of them said we just need pedestrians to follow the rules in defer to automobiles more, I think what this well intention statement signifies is the fact that we have forgotten how much we have compelled everyone to conform to systems that assume that driving is the best way for everyone to get around. When you don't know that history, you tend to think well this built world. Around us is a reflection of what we wanted and a reflection of expert, judgments, in fact, if you look at the history, you'll find that this world around us is the result of an effort to sell us and sell our governments on the notion that we have to rebuild our world for cars. I have to push back. Here is it necessarily bad that for example, pedestrians will have to learn to make accommodations for the benefits that soft driving cars, or any other technological advancement may bring us isn't that part of the deal in the moving target that is society. Ideally technology offers choices, but I think what you'll find is that often technology takes away choices if you could have a future where autonomous vehicles make it possible for you.
"thirty minutes" Discussed on The WAN Show Podcast
"The reason was that we saw youtube continual march in this direction of separating the viewer in the creator and putting themselves in the middle so that both of them were reliant on the platform in order to have any kind of a relationship and we created the lt forum so that worst case scenario something went horribly wrong we could email at least a fraction of you and be like hey here's where to contact us dm you through the forum or whatever the case may be actually have no idea if we'd even be allowed to do that anymore with all the new privacy stuff but emailing everybody probably no because that would be a marketing email but we could pm everyone not guess klay because its own inbox yeah at that would think so on an email anyway i mean we haven't gotten to that bridge across it right look down because i don't want the u to be really mad with us yeah yeah so yeah yeah we'll just forget about that point is we wanted to diversify ourselves and not the entirely reliant on one basket to store all of our eggs and they're still some validity to that strategy other other ways we've done that as well yep like being on twitch but with all of that said i mean i guess this is a good opportunity for us to saguenay into youtube introducing paid subscriptions and merchandise so the original article here this is posted by bobby flow on the forum this might be a no actually not i don't think this is a new record fifteen minutes in and getting to our first topic i think we've done worse than that okay so the visual articles from the youtube blog here posted by whoever i just sat on the forum i can't remember and i can't see the topic it no anything google is tack we had this we had this conversation i think last show where was an amazon topic that had to do with like people scamming returns that's tack how amazon to tech company they're like a restore that's online do they have servers so is there every company tech company i'd like random law if you if you ask ford their tech company could nece they are they actually okay no out actually say yeah they are reinventing themselves to be a tech company i have that from the i think it was the ceo fords i did that sponsored thing with them a little while ago with that famous guy famous host guy ryan seacrest yeah that was fun i would say i met him but i really didn't because he was in on the private jet in that room for like thirty minutes and then before we even realized he was gone he was actually in a private private car back to the airport before anyone actually like the rest of the influencers actually realized he was gone to go back to the field to get back on the private jet and i actually heard rumor about how much that cost but i don't know if i would be like compromising anyone i will say it wasn't seven figures but it was okay that's like all yeah it was like halfway there apparently crap oh jeez wouldn't it be great to be famous i'm not talking like this like crap tear like internet famous wanna be tv fame i'm talking like household name famous that would be nuts mind you mind you i've had enough bad experiences with like people literally waking me up while i'm sleeping in the airport to take a selfie that's a different level he's on a private jet no no i know i know but like i've had enough bad experiences with people like doing that kind of stuff to me that i can understand why if you were an order of magnitude or more more famous than knees things you would actually not be able to walk through an airport yeah like if you're if you're barack obama how do you walk through an american airport have you ever had the moment where you wanted to go from greet someone and the new get like the huge wave of like conflict when you're like i've been in this situation what i wanna be approach right now have you ever been in that situation i as i have one very strong example but i wanna hear you i stood in elevator with wayne gretzky once oh that would be hard okay and i just nodded i.
"thirty minutes" Discussed on KTCK Sportsradio 1310 The Ticket
"She's standing again i love is small medium large though best of all at a small medium large forty five after the hour on the saturday morning we hope we hope that we help get you started on outdoor weekend and that if it will quit ryan across the south man you can enjoy it but yeah but you know make a comment here at at thirty minutes after the hour school is out but if you plan an outing to go fishing with the kids or the kids in the neighborhood dad doesn't live at home you don't have to go fishing you don't have to go try and hunt turkeys are squirrels or whatever it is you don't have to have an objective all you have to just go and here's something interesting i think take the children for hike and when you're away from the crowd if there is one at a state park or somewhere and i wanna talk about state parks too just sit down and cover yourself with bug bay then you sit down in the woods and keep quiet take you watch and say we're not going to say a word now no noise no talking no walking no movement ten minutes you will be amazed i think at how the woods will come alive squirrels ground squirrels grey squirrels the birds the things that you will see the things that you will hear if you keep quiet for just a few minutes you don't have to catch a fish you don't have to shoot anything just keep quiet in the woods will surround you is what they will do the woods will surround you four zero four eight seven two zero seven fifty eight hundred nine seven to eight.
"thirty minutes" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk
"Probably than probably stay together probably are you sure we should get matching it's tattoos been twenty on three our first minutes date since i ate i can probably probably stay together swim probably you should wait thirty minutes it's been twenty three tell minutes me what to since do i ate cannon i can probably swim you should wait thirty minutes tell me what to do cannon i can probably hit the green from here probably cramp i can probably mulligan hit the green from here probably he are you sure you're okay to drive i'm can i get a pretty mulligan sober i'm probably okay are you sure you're okay probably to drive i'm pretty sober i'm probably okay probably and community but really just celebrating every day in ordinary times more from laura patient at family and minute community dot org but really just celebrating every day in ordinary times more from laura at family minute dot.
"thirty minutes" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk
"Probably than probably stay together probably are you sure we should get matching it's tattoos been twenty on three our first minutes date since i ate i can probably probably stay together swim probably you should wait thirty minutes it's been twenty three tell minutes me what to since do i ate cannon i can probably swim you should wait thirty minutes tell me what to do cannon i can probably hit the green from here probably cramp i can probably mulligan hit the green from here probably he are you sure you're okay to drive i'm can i get a pretty mulligan sober i'm probably okay are you sure you're okay probably to drive i'm pretty sober i'm probably okay probably and community but really just celebrating every day in ordinary times more from laura patient at family and minute community dot org but really just celebrating every day in ordinary times more from laura at family minute dot.
"thirty minutes" Discussed on Straight Up with Stassi
"Then i was like oh my god we actually leave at at five and it was three forty five and we were thirty minutes away from the hotel we haven't packed we haven't we did check out already did but we're thirty minutes away from the hotel we were in the middle of this massive museum thirty minutes away from the airport and five thirty three thirty when we see this thirty minutes away from the hotel thirty minutes from the hotel to the airport where in yes it was like a maze of a museum and we couldn't get really wanted to have the last beers at the end they said at the end of the museum so we just try to cut everything just to get to the last part of the museum so we can have two heinekens you have issues when you're like we might miss our flight we just discovered this we have to have the beers that are that were promised to a quick story in the in the big copper beer thing imbaba's and then they had like these horses and we just saw them said okay we missed we missed everything i think it's an hour and a half tour of this museum left twenty minutes then we left did a beer like a shot pounded it and then realized an this is i've never like okay exit signs everywhere it's required an i mean not everywhere in this museum everywhere in life all over the world but this heineken museum was the only place i've ever seen where i could not find one exit sign charlie and the chocolate factory with beer yes once here in y'all can't fuck and get out it legitimately was like couldn't find an exit charleena chocolate factory i say willie wonka but which was the first willy wonka you would think it'd be the other way around.
"thirty minutes" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"A niche use the word wrong i mean do you mean divisive in in terms of the fact that you're talking about a country where there is such a such an obvious division at the moment i think that's exactly right and i think especially since this is a musical piece the question of ensemble and and listening and what people can do together versus what they might not do together is is something that can be expressed very well for music so i was i was looking for that there are different elephants to the actual piece as you say it's thirty minutes long in total give us a sense of perhaps some of the specifics within that thirty minutes that people might look out for so in the other city symphonies i've done for places like toronto and lucerne edinburgh actually and detroit places like that the basic idea was was literally to listen to the city i of course to talk to people but i was i was trying to get a sense of what the sounds and the acoustic and the behavior in the city could tell about that city in philadelphia i did a fair amount of that kind of recording and we also i work at the mit media lab made a series of apps that allow people to make their own recordings and to send them in so there is one level of the composition that does collect sounds from around town i wanted to make sure that they were sounds that were unusual and specific so a lot of the sounds i used in this particular piece ri conic like philadelphia's famous for a bit of haute cuisine called the cheese steak which is kind kind of grilled meat with some kind of yucky cheese put on top of that yeah well exactly i was kind of a yeah anybody who knows cheese steak with the very hardy interesting food but it's sort of one of the things philadelphia's famous foreign so i went and recorded people grilling that and talking about get rid of that needs to fry all people come here they go keeps them usually a pretty good people you know they also recorded some iconic places like the one of the world's great science museums with gigantic heart that beats and you know it's big enough for thirty people to walk through it at the same time.
"thirty minutes" Discussed on I Do Podcast
"Definitely time it's a lot harder but we also spend time doing things that that were wasting you know like i said i'm guilty as anyone of being my cell phone and look up and i just wasted thirty minutes and it's like that not even thirty minutes that we could have been having sex but like thirty minutes i could've been paying attention to my daughter i think it's about presents and mindfulness and just being aware of like you might be happy you might not even think sex is a problem in your relationship but then because we're so busy we're so distracted where if you just become complacent like you like you said for this third thing in and then just our listeners hearing this now take that time to examine not even the intimate part of your relationship but maybe it's something else for me it was i was super stressed out in the beginning of january and sarah dipping into my attention and i wasn't being super nice i wasn't i wasn't i was taking that stress home in and expressing that towards sarah and so i didn't even really realize it until she told me and i'm like oh yeah like i have i have been uptight and and so just taking that time to to really be introspective and oftentimes it can be the intimate part of your relationship because i feel like that's probably one of the first areas is just like all right let's table this or not even time we don't have energy so yeah it's great to be present and just take that pause.
"thirty minutes" Discussed on Rich Bitch
"Thirty minutes but i do every single time i do it instagram post or live video i make sure that i am available for the next thirty minutes and during those thirty minutes i reply to comments and i try my best to reply with the question something engaging something that actually stimulates more conversation by me actually asking a question this shows the algorithm that i am social i'm not just a bought that just post things and i run away for my my computer and my phone and i don't respond to people it shows that i'm actually a real human and it's almost like the the post workout fuelling window you fitness coaches know what i'm talking about you know after your work out within thirty minutes drink a protein to get ripped kind of that kind of that same thing where within thirty minutes you wants you refuel let's call this the refuel within thirty that's the new funding for it refuel within thirty minutes refuel your pager pages like your bus trips repair i just flexed reply backs you people with engaging question two key the conversation going and to show you our human and especially live video this shows the algorithm that your live video was a great live video and it bumps it out into the feed if there was just two comments reply back to this those who comments and start a conversation with those two comments number two ties in nicely and that is where you can d m or message those women who asked you questions on that video or that post now i'm a huge fan of you dme people all day same like he they may she and her he happy birthday here's a cat mean like no i think we really need to take back like what is authentic messaging don't be creepy i'm just gonna say don't be creepy i hope i hope at least ninety eight percent of you get that just don't be creepy right the amount of hey gro messages i get there like he girl happy birthday like thing when river thing like what's going on.
"thirty minutes" Discussed on Straight Up with Stassi
"No joke didn't have a chance again epidurals nothing massaro at thirty minute but did you have the drugs none of the drugs are you joking none of the dry you went in you didn't have the drugs your vaginas a hole and and i'm getting the pains i'm getting contractions which by the way feel like the worst cramps ever that you could ever field that's what it feels like it but it lasted thirty minutes and i delivered like that so like what are you save thirty minutes like it lasted thirty minutes thirty ms of pushing no or thirty minutes twice set baby jobs slid out the up she was just ready ready oh i was screaming for a drugs to the very last moment and my doctors like we don't have time we have to do it in my has been like graf's my like he they were going to do this and in my mind i was like oh are we are we are doing this usually hereby i would have been saying i i are we doing mass you're doing you know me i i love to joke until the i would have said that if i were in the middle of screaming through a contraction but i pushed twice bam she was out and that was the most intense pain you've ever felt near entire life now this if you are you're wells are you joking you felt physical pain in another way yeah i had a couple of months ago i have goal stones and they also have a guest rightists and i had this horrible attack that lasted i was in hospital flick five data mean that you just get a lotta gas thumb no it's pain it's like the word it kind of gases painful well it was an was it wasn't the rightful question so what is it um they couldn't tell me exactly what it was but they felt like it was a combination of goldstone's um and gastritis and it felt like my stomach was being squeezed like a balloon and it was like about to pop and i felt that for like three or four days straight they gave me morphine it did nothing to none morphine did nothing morphine did nothing.
"thirty minutes" Discussed on Slate's Represent
"You know thirty minutes of the movie and at that felt like a very deliberate like you said a way to make it him seem even more like a villain and i thought i found that effective uh to some extent i also just wondered if it would have been better if he hadn't even been in the movie like if we hadn't seen him at all i think i think if i were doing it i would've had him very much beginning quicker have him earlier earlier at like you have him appear as sort of like this vilim and then he can proceed to the background and he will also act the contextualised everything right right well thank you so much for joining us today from this conversation i would recommend people see this film what about what about you i would to um i think of a given even if i have like very minor kind of like i always wish things were to mimic schroder um criticisms i think it's a super interesting documentary having been bear it struck me as being true to what happen in it it's definitely worth your time yeah i mean i can say that i was sceptical about going into this film mostly because i'm kind of weary of of watching these things and seeing them unfold again uh but you know i think that it's worth it and everyone traffic associate it will get you in the field but i think the best way possible thanks so much now for you.