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School districts struggle to teach online; quarantines grow
"Has all well over 500 cases of covert 19 The New York Times Inside Houston Methodist Hospital in July, or 60% of the covert patients are Latino rosary beads resting in the hand of a 30 year old Ivan Sanchez, who for weeks has been on a ventilator. Sorta markets Deadliest day yet 277 lives. Lost cases are declining in 23 states. But there's also concern about the potential for spread in schools across Cherokee County, Georgia, at least 925 students and staff or quarantine after 60 people tested positive masked required for teachers, but on Lee recommended for students. When schools reopened last week. Parents were hopeful so many of us were desperately wanting our kids to be face to face. I feel 100% safe in Texas debate over re opening classrooms Please go. Middle school teacher Rebecka Azure quitting at the school board meeting. I respectfully offer you my resignation for I need to take care of my I just didn't feel the district had adequate plans to keep both students and teachers safe. Across the country. Nearly 180,000 new covert cases reported in Children in just the last four weeks, an increase of 90% 6 year old Jadon Coulter of Philadelphia was severely sickened by that rare multi inflammatory syndrome. But breathing too of damage. Throw thes coming from his neck, his arms They came in the room every three minutes. And this was a lot. Jaden is now recovering. But he'll be going back to school online and I was right about coals for one of my childhood school banana second guessing like it. Maybe Virgil's not their big here in Texas. The emotional debate on whether to go back to school continues. Most districts will even go back online or in person a little bit late this year. After Labor Day. ABC is
School districts nix in-person learning after teachers opt out
"Florida markets Deadliest day yet 277 lives. Lost cases are declining in 23 states. But there's also concern about the potential for spread in schools across Cherokee County, Georgia, at least 925 students and staff or quarantine after 60 people tested positive masked required for teachers, but on Lee recommended for students. When schools reopened last week, parents were hopeful so many of us for desperately wanting our kids to be face to face. I feel 100% safe in Texas debate over re opening classrooms Please go. Middle school teacher Rebecka Azure quitting at at the the school school board board meeting. meeting. I I respectfully respectfully offer offer you you my my resignation resignation for for I I need need to to take take care care of of my my I I just just didn't didn't feel feel the the district district had had adequate adequate plans to keep both students and teachers safe across the country. Nearly 180,000 new cold cases reported in Children in just the last four weeks, an increase of 90% 6 year old Jadon Coulter of Philadelphia was severely sickened by that rare multi inflammatory syndrome, a breathing tube down his throat. His ideas coming from his neck, his arms. They came in the room and every three minutes and this was a lot. Jaden is now recovering. But he'll be going back to school online and I was right about calls for one of my childhood school banana second guessing like it. Maybe Virgil's not their big here in Texas, the emotional debate on whether to go back to school continues. Most districts will either go back online or in person a little bit late this year after Labor Day, That's a
Extending Amazon Alexa Timers
"A practical tip for you today, it has to do with timers as you may know timers one of the most often used features when it comes to Amazon, Lexi and very simple timers. Of course, you just set by simply saying that Lexi set a two timer, a five minute timer, three second timer whatever you want. You can also give those times names. If you have multiple timers going, you can say, for example, Lexi set a pastime for three minutes. The tip I WANNA to give you today is that if you find that for whatever reason you want to extend your timer. So you set a timer safer five minutes, and then you realize the past needs and fewer minutes you can use that phrase you can say lexi extend the timer or extend the past a timer by blank two minutes, three minutes whatever you want, and then Lexi will do that. And she will tell you approximately what is the total length of time that you have left on the timer. So I think that's a really great little feature as well lousy to extend it rather than, for example, cancel the timer and start a new timer.
Carnivore Diet Myths Debunked
"Is up guys welcome to this solo cast episode think you'd have been Greenfield for the questions which I will be answering in Solo casts episode. As many of you may know I've written the book, the Cardboard Code Rushing the video. You can see there behind me, this podcast will be released the first week of August twenty twenty one the second edition of my book is now live. So if you enjoy information check out the book dot, Carnivore Code Dot Com if you guys are new to this you. Haven't heard me talk to Ben. About the Carnivore Diet to previous podcasts on the Carnivore Diet you may WanNa check out in addition to this. So I was on Ben's podcast in March of Twenty nineteen and then last year or earlier this year when the first edition of the came out, I did the first solo cast on Ben's episode on Ben's show in which I answered some reader questions, not the Carnivore Code and after Ben read the book, He me a list of questions that he had about. The were code and that is what I will be diving into more specifically today on this solo casts episode. As many of you know Ben is a student of this stuff about chemistry. So some of these questions are pretty detailed try and break them down as clearly as I can. There's a lot of good nuance here that I think bring guys a lot of value. If you are more interested in ain't virata your Ordina, I'll give you three minutes summary Now for dive into some of these finer points the. Carnivore Diet is is an idea of an animal based I in contradistinction to plant based sides of today, the feces that I advance in my book the Carnivore Code are twofold in broad terms. The first is the animal foods specifically red meat and ruminant animals have been incorrectly vilified the last seventy years mostly at the by the result or as a result of incorrectly done science based on observational epidemiology. We have answer keys to thank for that. In many ways I've done a great podcast on my show with Natasha. Wrote Big Fat surprise in which we breakdown many of the myths surrounding saturated fat. So I probably will not get into saturated fat in this episode today. But if you want to know why we have such a bad misunderstanding, saturated fat listened to that episode on my podcast, we go into the details of saturated fat why it's actually very healthy for humans approach to get into it a little bit. Today with steering acid later but that is a big big misconception. There are many other misconceptions regarding read me that will cause cancer that will cause heart disease that it was shorten your life. Some of those will address today they are all addressed in my book, but they are all false none of them are supported by real interventional science actual experiments. They are false claims made based on observation deeming allergy. That has been widely misinterpreted and is inherently flawed Ben and I have talked about this in the past on previous shows. So referred of those. So the first of the book, a Carnivore Co is that Red Meat Animal Foods knows detail organ meets, which I want to talk about a lot today are critically important in the human diet. The part of every humans diet if we wish to be healthy and optimal and they should not be shunned based on incorrect science embrace the red meat especially. And know that you need those meeting Oregon's in order to thrive Ben I know is becoming more and more a fan of organ meats. He many nose to tail meals in the past together with the great. Great. Enjoyment in there are many amazing stories of that and let him tell you at some point in the future. The second thesis of the book is the plant foods exist on a toxin spectrum plants are rooted in the ground. They have no defenses other than the toxins they have evolved. This is not really conjecture botanical science. In the Condor Code I discussed multiple studies showing there are thousands and thousands of plant toxins that are present in plants and these can be harming. It's my golden writing. This book is not commit everyone to stop eating all plants. It's to empower you to realize to fold as saying here now that red meat and animal foods are the most nutritious foods on the planet that I mean containing the most bioavailable sources of all the nutrients humans need to thrive and number two that if you're not kicking as much fun as you want, you may be you may be well served by considering the plan foods you're eating on A. Spectrum which also outlined in the book and eliminating the plants that are most toxic that may be harming you in a variety of ways plans make defense chemicals. This is undeniable and again again all out in the book, it's a very comprehensive book over six hundred fifty references, and that is a broad strokes outlook on the way that I think humans really should be eating the first part. Of the book is about evolution we talk about the human brain is talking about the human brain in book at that point, and I talk about how it's gotten very big very quickly over the last two, million years primarily as a result of humans eating meat hunting I'm going to answer some questions been had in regard to this that in this podcast in secondarily I, talk about the fact. that. When we began agriculture are health when south very quickly and there's very good evidence that this is the really the massive change in the nutritional density of our foods accompanied that as we were hunting less and I will talk about that specifically in this podcast because Ben asked a question about that second part of the book is mostly about plant toxins I breakdown individual types of land toxins. I about polyphenyls why I think we've got this all wrong Benon I may respectfully disagree here but I I do make out what I believe is a very strong case for the book and I would love more discussion with this in the future I talk about oxalate electons solicits and I talk about all kinds of things like that. That are harming US isothiocyanates, which I will talk about today. which are things like fourteen in goal trian. and. How these plant compounds can affect for Mona balance that can affect nutrient absorption. They can affect our gut and really wreak havoc in lot of us if we are not aware of how present in our diet they are, how we might detoxify them in house. Some of US might be more specifically sensitive to them than and they can be causing us great harm and suffering the third part of the book is about to bunking. MITTS in the book. I. Talk About. I. Bunk. With me at that assurance, your life that causes cancer that causes heart disease and that you need fiber to poops all that is in the book I won't get into all of that today I could never do that would be a six hour podcast restaurants in there and in the fourth and final part of the book I outline very clear perspective very clear a model for how to eat a diet outlined five tiers. Of the Carnivore Diet, which gives the reader a sense of how to do this that works best for you and they some of them include plants a tier one for Diet includes plants I call it carnivore ish, but it gives you a toxicology spectrum and the foods that I believe are least toxic are included. They are able to be included on a carnivore ish type diet. Ben Himself has often said that he's eating carnivores. Words in his mouth I think that he would agree with this that he's thinking about making the majority of his Diet Animal Foods and organ meats, and then eating the foods, the plant foods that agree with him the most and thinking about the toxicity spectrum of those plants.
Suspended Los Angeles Councilman Pleads Not Guilty to Federal Charges
"Plea entered by suspended L. A City Councilman Jose We SAR. The multiple charges related to a pay for play corruption scandal at City Hall next 10 seventies Pete Demetriou working this story, he's life Force of the Roybal Federal Courthouse in a hearing that took a little over three minutes was our agreed to the withdrawal of his private attorney. He'll not be represented by federal public defenders when asked what the magistrate how he would plead to the charges against him. These are speaking to resume conference Window said Not guilty. Matter will now be sent to a federal judge John Walters, Quarterman Wednesday morning for a trial setting conference. Given the fact he's ours just changed counsel. It's more than likely his defense will ask for a delay and setting a trial date. On the grounds they haven't had a chance to go through all of the evidence, and the exhibits listed in the 113 page indictment specifies 30 for criminal counts against the councilman, ranging from bribery on the services, fraud and money laundering. Four other defendants in the corruption scandal, including former city Councilman Mitch Englander, have already pled guilty to charges of, or Judge Walter and are awaiting sentencing between December and February of next year. At the
Rockets Win Contrast of Styles Against Giannis Antetokounmpo, Bucks
"Victory over the bucks and the way they played down the stretch. We're about to go inside that game here momentarily. We're live from the rocket mortgage by Quicken Loan studios when you need certainty in the home buying process with a loan that fits her life rocket can 1 50 to go. Middleton doubled to Yonas into the paint your own steps hard stolen from Horn picked this pocket hearted pounds past Westbrook by middle delay a good nine in a row for the Rockets. 1 13 1 12 They regain the lead. Craig Ackerman on the Houston Rockets radio network. Russell Westbrook finished with 31 points, and it was a 90 run that brought the Rockets back when they were trailing by eight. With roughly three minutes to go. We're pleased to welcome Eric. Name to the show. He covers the bucks for the athletic in Wisconsin. Eric, What did you see in those final three minutes from Milwaukee? Yeah, I mean, it was They really had a rough go of it tonight. It's It's something that this team all year has is really blown out a lot of teams so they haven't been forced into a spot where they've had to play a lot of close games and Get it on Friday night against the Celtics. I played opposed close game there. They finished it out. Make a couple plays. Chris Middleton had a couple of shots made a couple of passes and their everyone closed out. But tonight It was really just kind of a comedy of areas from, you know, about three minutes left. They had been posted up Brook Lopez the entire night Chris Middleton tosses them. What looks like a pretty simple past. Brooke Lopez has it bounces. Off his hands go out of bounds in that. From that point, it was turnovers. Sloppy play late, getting into their offensive said like it was just kind of Sloppy basketball that we really haven't seen but from the boxes season and they ended up losing this one and just doing something totally uncharacteristic of what they've done thus far this season. Except that as
Set the Right 3 Priorities
"Tip comes from a longtime member of the sales success community Andy off guy is an area sales. VP At teradata in Spain. He's also the founder of teams win championships, a project that will explain how to create and lead high performing sales teams here. He is today's tip. Is Volunteer Getting your priorities right? The problem is that most of us are struggling. Especially in the starting today was distractions. Just jump into the emails. Start reading social media posts are responding, and then did dragged into dynamic that is not based on priorities anymore, just getting into the stream of things that are small and not important so. How can we solve the issue basically setting yourself up for a routine? That means starting your morning with the planning. Activity! Basically sit down before you start anything. Make me with a cup of coffee. and. You'll ask yourself. What you? Want to do today, and it choose three things just make sure that these are the most important ones we'll take maybe some time in the beginning to figure that out, meant then just write them down. The optimal thing would be in the top three minutes until I have developed. You can find an Amazon so we'll find link section for you and then just do it. Do these things check them off, and then he will see you can do all the other things you want to accomplish, but without focusing on them without putting on a list. That doesn't mean that you shouldn't use your outlook calendar. We have your calendar entries already done. You have your meeting schedule. That's all good. Just make sure. Oscar said in the morning on these meetings. We have in this kid. Reading bought just routine meetings and they'll always scattered, so you don't have to think about them anymore, so that's minded for the so get Ryan's Ryan. Sets five to ten minutes aside before you start working on your computer. And set these three things. Set these priorities and then do them, and you will see how much will improve your review relieved, and you'll accomplish much more okay. Thank you very much and have a great day.
Reverse-Engineering the Impact of the British Establishment on Muslims
"Welcome to the team podcast brought to you by the Muslim, vibe. I'm hosting possum. And this I'm Rushton in my introduction because the root. Team members of Muslim vibe team and other associated people in the office are not happy about the fact that I'm recording this for whatever reason. So I'M GONNA keep it brief. I'm joined this week by William Burroughs who is a London based research in sociology. He looks at how young Muslims in Europe and North America, navigate, race, class and gender barriers from a D., colonial and restorative perspective. That right I'm. Just reading off his website. William is a an individual who has. Countries the Muslim vitamin the posses made assume videos for us. I'm going to Lincoln description. We talk about them at all the beginning. We also talk in the podcast about white privilege and the current academic project that he's working on. which kind of looks at reverse engineering? What the British establishment has done to Muslims, and how people are able to, and have successfully on a fullback and space themselves. I'm quite a wide ranging discussion I'm hope you enjoy it. Without further ado, because of the rude people in the office to and not allowing me to speak too much on this. Sound policeman. Harris Michael Mercedes with William. William Thank. You thank you for for joining me on this podcast so I guess some people may be familiar with your face that watching this because we've done what you produced a series of of committing documentaries for us. Around some random topics. I'm trying to think back to how it all came together. So I think you got in touch with US maybe a couple of years ago. And and you had at the time I think we shed one of your videos which around? was like this. Robot version of the of the Muslim influence. Oh, yeah, that was Yeah, what working? I haven't seen that because I. Think it's hard to actually. They got that video struggle to find him for it last. What was that? So basically, it was an experiment in the sense that. You know if I can put things this way Assessor Gist, which is my job. My job is to understand. Why do people do certain things and? It's basically like being a psychologist before crowds for movements trends. But at the same time when I started my mic, my studies I as a Muslim academic. There was something that for me like a religious duty. 'cause you know for example if I talk about the topic. Is Between fifteen thousand and twenty thousand words, a chapter of my book or Article but not everyone has the time to re this and necessarily understand will jog on and stuff so I i. consider you know known as? That's minorities. Jala is not valid until it shed. And you know so. How my question for the DOT words. How do I make it? These topics complex topics accessible for most people, and then I got inspired by. Keynote these like age a-plus videos. And I thought yeah, let's try to do some videos. In a similar way, a very short format with like culture, popular references and stuff, but also did some fictions individual. You mentioned actually was one of these experiments. Where basically it's a it's a stop in fiction where I imagine. What if all these influences that we see on Instagram Youtube? There were actually robots designed by Google facebook a for Muslims to abide by the government's guidelines, so that was the NC. How people would respond to such narrative so this. Would you actually I play like a scientist and? A friend of plays like a robot actuaries ten still out for three minutes, and we use like google voice from Google, translate to for the speech and. It was. I felt like when video came out. It definitely started conversations I'm sure it ruffled a few feathers, but also got people thinking and people talking which I'm sure was your kind of Ame behind that in some sense, and then also and I'll probably try and put a link to all the different video that we discussed in this in the in the description, but does also A. Series. That we did on the most imbibed. Within that we, so we sat down. We kind of Map Tau different conversation topics. We wanted to discuss so things like politics white privilege I was actually another one and look at my note masculinity. An. What was that journey like? Because again I the the kind of brief I. Guess We gave to you is that we want? To have pieces on this one conversations to be had around this, but we don't want him to be kind of light. We WanNa go quite deep, and obviously with your kind of academic background as well. We want to really be able to get hawk. Get to the heart of these conversations. And and I think we kind of did that like that. I remember the the white privilege episode was yourself and Two or three other white Muslims that you had that interview. I'd that will combat I believe as well I they were kind of unpacking and exploring in discussing direction, relative privilege, and whatever else and. It's interesting because there was it was very feedback that one person was asking for example why there was only white people on the documentary on the on the mini documentary that we produced. And I guess what was that whole Jenny like like off of the different mini documentary that we wanNA marriage as well. What was your favorite to record in research and and I think you know although these topics are very important for me. Because all of these topics were more or less part of my journey, not only it's not only topics I research in the university this topics that are impacting on my personal life, the life of my friends, and so on and so on, and you know especially when it comes to things like a me, metoo movements who black lives matter. The problem I felt was that lots of men and lots of white Muslims you know when that people expressed that you have these like global movements, so people feel attacked and they take it personally. and. The thing is a some men and also white Muslim understand what comes from?
Reverse-Engineering the Impact of the British Establishment on Muslims with William Barylo)
"William Thank. You thank you for for joining me on this podcast so I guess some people may be familiar with your face that watching this because we've done what you produced a series of of committing documentaries for us. Around some random topics. I'm trying to think back to how it all came together. So I think you got in touch with US maybe a couple of years ago. And and you had at the time I think we shed one of your videos which around? was like this. Robot version of the of the Muslim influence. Oh, yeah, that was Yeah, what working? I haven't seen that because I. Think it's hard to actually. They got that video struggle to find him for it last. What was that? So basically, it was an experiment in the sense that. You know if I can put things this way Assessor Gist, which is my job. My job is to understand. Why do people do certain things and? It's basically like being a psychologist before crowds for movements trends. But at the same time when I started my mic, my studies I as a Muslim academic. There was something that for me like a religious duty. 'cause you know for example if I talk about the topic. Is Between fifteen thousand and twenty thousand words, a chapter of my book or Article but not everyone has the time to re this and necessarily understand will jog on and stuff so I i. consider you know known as? That's minorities. Jala is not valid until it shed. And you know so. How my question for the DOT words. How do I make it? These topics complex topics accessible for most people, and then I got inspired by. Keynote these like age a-plus videos. And I thought yeah, let's try to do some videos. In a similar way, a very short format with like culture, popular references and stuff, but also did some fictions individual. You mentioned actually was one of these experiments. Where basically it's a it's a stop in fiction where I imagine. What if all these influences that we see on Instagram Youtube? There were actually robots designed by Google facebook a for Muslims to abide by the government's guidelines, so that was the NC. How people would respond to such narrative so this. Would you actually I play like a scientist and? A friend of plays like a robot actuaries ten still out for three minutes, and we use like google voice from Google, translate to for the speech and. It was. I felt like when video came out. It definitely started conversations I'm sure it ruffled a few feathers, but also got people thinking and people talking which I'm sure was your kind of Ame behind that in some sense, and then also and I'll probably try and put a link to all the different video that we discussed in this in the in the description, but does also A. Series. That we did on the most imbibed. Within that we, so we sat down. We kind of Map Tau different conversation topics. We wanted to discuss so things like politics white privilege I was actually another one and look at my note masculinity. An. What was that journey like? Because again I the the kind of brief I. Guess We gave to you is that we want? To have pieces on this one conversations to be had around this, but we don't want him to be kind of light. We WanNa go quite deep, and obviously with your kind of academic background as well. We want to really be able to get hawk. Get to the heart of these conversations. And and I think we kind of did that like that. I remember the the white privilege episode was yourself and Two or three other white Muslims that you had that interview. I'd that will combat I believe as well I they were kind of unpacking and exploring in discussing direction, relative privilege, and whatever else and. It's interesting because there was it was very feedback that one person was asking for example why there was only white people on the documentary on the on the mini documentary that we produced. And I guess what was that whole Jenny like like off of the different mini documentary that we wanNA marriage as well. What was your favorite to record in research and and I think you know although these topics are very important for me. Because all of these topics were more or less part of my journey, not only it's not only topics I research in the university this topics that are impacting on my personal life, the life of my friends, and so on and so on, and you know especially when it comes to things like a me, metoo movements who black lives matter. The problem I felt was that lots of men and lots of white Muslims you know when that people expressed that you have these like global movements, so people feel attacked and they take it personally.
Footage of Police Body Cameras Offers Devastating Account of Floyd Killing
"So help me out on the ambulance parts in the paramedic part and helping to see if you can bring George back the life which is the most important part of this. So the video 19 minutes and 40 seconds in Teo, Officer Lanes. Video. Yes, he's the client overall Gray, who was on the show a couple weeks ago. Earl is still I assume waiting, Tio. Well, I know we know this week. We have not had a decision from the judge on his motion to dismiss. 19 minutes and 40 seconds in the lanes. Video paramedic arrived and took Floyd's poles at his neck. At about 16 minutes, three minutes and 40 seconds before this Lane's video. Shows George Floyd Stop talking. And he's unresponsive. And his last words are come on, man that killed me that killed me. I can't breathe a camper. Oh, please, Please, please. And tragically, a lot of us have watched that Officer King check. Floyd's pulse couldn't find one and appeared to move back and stop holding on to Floyd. Shelvin Lane continued restraining Floyd for about three minutes until paramedics arrive. I don't understand that either, Adam One of the officers there. No pulse, no pulse. But then for another three minutes to other officers, Hold them down. Help me understand this. About three minutes after the ambulance arrived. A paramedic in the back of the ambulance took Floyd's pulse and instructed Lane was onboard to begin CPR. Of course, that happened before this. The paramedic arrived and took Floyd's poles at his neck. As I alluded to The paramedic walked away without a sense of urgency before law before George Floyd was loaded on the stretcher, still unresponsive and handcuff someone please explain what the hell they're doing. At this point, I get it. It is extraordinarily difficult job and you can sit there and say I'm playing hindsight. I've never done this and that And you're right. I've never done it. It is a hard job. It is a times easy to play hindsight. I also will say for the 10 million time most officers are very good. But like every other job on planet Earth, not all a perfect summer awful just like summer awful hosts. Some are awful teachers. Some are awful doctors. And to me, it's clear cut. What happens to often to too many blacks in this country. But you're telling me that this is justifiable. That one officer checks for a pulse. Gets nothing. Him for three minutes show Vin Elaine continue restraining A paramedic walks away than in sense of urgency when he or she doesn't get a pulse. Adam. How in the hell was any that defendable? I don't know. I have no idea. I don't think it is. Can you think of any Reason how an officer could defend those actions at that point. Is there something I'm missing about this?
At least 17 shot in New York City as gun violence continues to soar
"It's free of gun violence continued yesterday in New York City. Five people were shot in Brooklyn, a three different drive by shootings. Porting. The NYPD. About 6 2023 year old woman was shot four times in the chest on Ranson Avenue, and 10 minutes later, 3 19 year olds were shot on Rockaway Parkway. Three minutes after that. Nearby. A man writing on a scooter with a woman on the back was also shot. She was not hit. Police say none of the injuries are life threatening. This is NYPD chief of Detectives Rodney Harrison, concerned that we have with all three of these shooting incidents is there was a white four door sedan involved in East one. The shootings. Harrison says it's believed each of the victim was an intended target. The NYPD has asked for the public's help in gathering information of the shootings to call the cops with info. 1 800 57 70 I P. S
Have Man United Improved Under Solskjaer?
"Craig and frank with US Craig. What happens to you and I said? Well first and foremost. Why it can play in the chat league, because the Court of Arbitration for sport overwhelmed ruling. Now you go! We went into the intricacies and say. Think well I don't think anybody's really interested in the factors that can play. So, annual. Mean Franken segments. I'm no bottle. Convenient if you like no right I. I thought. Were good for the point. You know we know. Got The call. But he started so sloppily and I was. I was really impressed. Foster fifteen twenty minutes walk. Ralph has say that with what he's working with with the budget with the place called the way the press. They really pasta, and they were good for the lead. Listen to to Sucker Punch of two or three minutes reunited with some quality. We saw Paul Pogba Leon needing a kick up these box me sleeping possession a couple of times I've got caught for one of the goals. I thought I thought they kept plugging up to know a strong that the star. The strong finish all be inactive down. To ten men with the head injury to two young Williams wasn't ideal, but it couldn't defend the call now. And so therefore, we were not deserving island thing of taking all three points at home this. Is Craig mentioned once. You've got those two goals united. Franco well that's done and dusted united going to go on and win this game. Yeah True I. Think it was the end of the story and. Was quite unfortunately for Saas on, because seeing the the hard work, they made no and the they went through to maybe try to get at least. Withdraw off time. They were two, two, two, two, one at halftime and I think when mentioned decided to finally play the should that they were better than the saints for the second half same problem. Still Sloppy and at the end of the day you know. You always have the risks to to see the. Getting goal, and then seeing you getting outside the stadium withdraw and these up very unfortunately, because we didn't got injured the play ten against eleven the last. Let's say seven eight minutes and kick, but you have to be strong. You have to your more experience. You WanNA reach the chimpanzee next season. You shouldn't consider goal on the corner. Kick if you want to if you want. Everybody thinks that's going to deserve to be in the chimpanzee. That's really two points relaxed stupidly from from Manchester United at the of the game. Done seems to be a law. People recently have gone tidal wave of all souls Lavin. And whilst they have. IMPROVED THERE'S NO DOUBT ABOUT The Bar was extremely low. There's an argument to be, said the F. as hotter manager, they might have already knew Detroit for and be in possession of trying to chase teams down. Let let me just give you some facts off. The back of the the lockdown. Enough talked this. They've only had one team. That's not in the bottom half of the league, and that Sheffield United today interest and start from. Leslie the Skykomish who's on the feed calms tonight with Jim Bergman. He said we must remember. Prior to this game. Points return and Premier League history on Chop without the fifty four points behind Liverpool. Last year, they finished two points behind the league champions. Manchester City some point out to me Ho this is a superb progression under only gonNa Solska, and as I said, some of the footballs been better, but we must, we must remember the V. could have been in the top four nil dawn with that scored hide behind the manager in charge, not setting fair four points behind Liverpool and scrambling around to get results against teams in the bottom half. The League that that's that's not opinion. That's fact you've got Kim credit for what he's done over the last few months early, Craig. But in a league season is over a few months that don't don't think the twitter crowed. A league season he's been in there. Before Christmas the year before you had the January transfer window at the summer transfer window. His second year in the job. We're talking about a full season. They are fifty four points of the league leaders. That's more than they. We're off Manchester City when the championship last season and I repeat the second points return and their premier league history to this before the game tonight. Tell me why it's a reason to be separate cited above Manchester. United I would be concerned that with him at the helm right with the hail golsby be able to negate the amount of points next seasonal decision after that. That does worry I would have United Fund not coming up here. All this is the greatest thing ever look at the results forgetting looking league table. Look at five bucks look at previous seasons. This is the worst they've been. In the last Chris Seasons in terms of the gap, even before source was the job marina wasn't that far behind on goal wasn't as far behind. That's factual.
The Cascadia Subduction Zone
"Today we're going to look at the Cascadia subduction zone, and what could be a mega quake the Pacific northwest subduction zone earthquakes have occurred every three hundred fifty years since six hundred BC with the most recent taking place January twenty six seventeen o one evidence for earlier quakes come from core samples taken from the. The Ocean floor, and from rings counted in the Ghost forest that I'll talk about a little bit later. The seventeen hundred quake caused several coastal regions, Washington and Oregon to drop sixty six feet, massive coastal storms during nine, hundred and ninety, seven, Ninety, eight, washed away tons and tons of sand, revealing hundreds of stumps, the remnants of a Sitka spruce forced. It is through. Through a combination of carbon dating an accounting of rings that the data, the last Cascadia subduction zone or C. S. Z. quake took place. The Earth's surface is made up of seven major plates and many smaller ones. The smaller plates creator earthquakes for short durations of fourteen forty five seconds at may reach nine point five on the Richter scale. They often take place of. Of Water call faultlines between plates March Eleventh Twenty Eleven Japan experience a subduction zone. Quite that lasted more than four minutes at nine point one on the Richter scale. It was a fourth, most powerful or quake in the world. Since modern recording began in nineteen, hundred shake created a Su- Nami, the reached a hundred and thirty three feet and mood six miles inland google. Google Japan's main island upon shoot, eight feet in shifted the earth on its axis between four and ten inches, this was an earthquake created by the shifting of the Pacific Plate finally to help put earthquakes in perspective, the long Prieta quake that interrupted the nineteen eighty nine world series in San Francisco. California lasted fifteen seconds the Great San Francisco earthquake of nineteen six was. was eight point six that lasted forty five seconds, but Japan's greater earthquake of twenty eleven lasted over four minutes at nine point, one of the Richter scale based on data from Oregon see geographer Patrick Corcoran and Usgs Alaska, science center kiss, missing mysteries will now tour the predicted minute by minute impact of Cascadia. Subduction Zone earthquake on the Oregon coast after three hundred twelve. Twelve years to see S Z could no longer take the strain it ruptures at a spot fifty five miles west of Cannon Beach Oregon and quickly spreads along the seven hundred miles of its length from British Columbia to Mendocino California. The North American plate slips fifty seven feet to the south. West sliding over the Wanda Fuca plate, but remember we're talking about across more. More than fifty miles deep, the first movement sons pressure wave that soapy way that travels through the Earth's crust at thirteen thousand miles an hour, it will reach the West Coast in ten seconds. The leading edge will hit Oregon's cannon beach and seaside thirty seconds later. It reaches Portland in fifty seconds his Seattle at nine point one is what seismologist call a full rip? Most cities can withstand a six point. Eight quake lasted about forty five seconds, but the difference between a forty second, and a four-minute quake has like the difference between a head on collision at four miles, an hour and forty miles an hour within three minutes shaking continues, the coast will drop from six to twenty five feet after five minutes. The worst is over for Portland and Seattle it will have suffered from ground liquefication Berlin will collapse, and they'll be gas fires citywide after six. Six minutes people seeking high ground to avoid the soon. NAMI will be impeded by debris driving. We'll be an impossibility at eight minutes. Nami will be about twenty five miles offshore. It approaches like an enormous high tide, but a flash flood speed leading edge will only be inches, but will increase to forty feet as predicted that the cascadia subduction zone quake would create twice the impact of Japan's great quake twenty eleven. Keep in mind the by the time you finish listening to this. There will have been earthquakes somewhere in the world. The Pacific
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"Your career opportunities to get on this point, but I'm going to give a point out of civil with the other to Tom Friendly because of great. Team. It's so freaking good and I was very close to giving a point to Vincent for being the one to help Guy Charlie, but a last visit still eludes us in the MVP. That's crazy. We'll just have to give him. All of our MVP points in the finale. No one else gets one. All Right L. VP I'm talking series. Of course L. VP's. Let's continue with the others. We, gave to others MVP, somebody. Take One away from picket I hate him I. Hate Him and much clue. This'll be another beginning of like a not a beautiful story, but we'll be seeing. More? Glue we are very likely going to give her an LV point for dying and enter seven seven in that's it with picket I think this is the start of a guy who's going to wind up in the red. This guy is going to get a bunch and things over the course of the next several episodes, and even in this episode it's about him being an asshole that he was got caught literally with his fly down. Like how do you do that like Mike Imagine was not creating like being so surreptitious that you wouldn't be able to hear him he he got caught flat-footed. You'RE NOT GONNA cancel. All right I'm going to give I'm going to talk a point from Michael. Hair look it, says nothing about Herald Pernod's performance, who I think was absolutely outstanding in this episode, especially in sound number six that we played, but the fact of the matter is, he is leading them into a trap, and he's not doing a great job keeping all of. Great or getting everyone on the same page like I got. No I was very close to giving him MVP point because Harold. Perrineau is so good in this episode, but I cannot I cannot get in the way of this I cannot negate your actions just as we cannot forget Michael's actions understandable, though they may be explainable as they may be, they're not justifiable. They are not good. And I can't even give him props for being very good at doing something very bad because he's doing very bad job about lying to everybody. With that being said, I will give Lv Points Dr Jack All Doc Jack. Because! He should not be signing onto any mission based solely on okay. Michael doesn't want to go. Society doesn't go interrogate that a little bit. Jack it's. You want sites participation in this. Raise your eyebrows a little dude right now. The prank planned it. Was Sad think that's bad of Doctor Jack. I. Spent a lot of air talking about why I'm not a fan of her in this episode, but. As much as I hate it, I gotta give an MVP point declared just because maybe it's more so adopt on the writers for release speeding up this Charlie Clare storyline to have it fit into the finale, but. Just just seems like a rush choice and I'll give my final LV peop- point to heroin. see you laugh. Before. When was cabinet thousand but heroin dies in this episode so. Like, give The points to characters that die heroin dies. There's no more heroin on the island so. Yes luckily enough, so yeah, I guess that I don't know heroines GonNa Heroines, upcoming negative, five negative five, still not the bottom ranked of. Season two still charlie, currently with negative six G Cormack Stupid Jason. McCormick at a negative six. And heroin has just tied with Wayne. Negative five so. Heroin and Wayne are in three way tie are in a two way tie for third place in the L. VP category going into the finale Mr Echo with the point from you. Rises to fifteen points total over the course of season two or incite aid goes from ten to twelve with your MVP point in my empty point, so it's it's tight and I can imagine the an area where sites scores some MVP points next week and echo could an LV people basically blowing himself up? So. This this is. It's a tight race. At the end, it's an it's a nail biter surprising when we said halfway through the season of like. When we were injured in the Taylor is an echo kept getting points back to back to back. We're like Oh. Yeah, this is definitely echoes I mean midseason. He liked disappeared a bit and site. You'd really come through his place, so yeah. It became a bit of a horse race. Unfortunately not a horse race for the woman who saw a horse once upon a time. One of our other MVP contenders from season one. Kate has really rattled and season two and you know we're going to have a feedback show in a couple of weeks, and that's actually one thing that I would love to hit upon is what they did with cates in this season, and how it contrasts so much from. The leaderboard as it stands through this episode, so from the jump to this episode Saieed has a commanding lead of twenty-one points, then echoes in second place with fifteen right now Jack over all at Twelve Hurley is in fourth with eleven and Kate, who had been the leader for so much season one is at ten point, so that's our top five baby and the next closest are the Kwan's at seven point five apiece. That's where we're standing. We'll see how the finale impacted I'm interested I think Desmond's shirt score points John Locke. Is already not on great footing both the story and our leaderboard. He's at two points over all. In the in the. There's a good chance at least ice hockey hiking hiking. Season Two for sure, so we'll see if he's able to pick up. which are the which I think is actually very I. Don't know I don't want to set it up already because we haven't watched the episode I think that'd be very indicative of luck to you. He does a lot of good and he. I think would fit. All Right? Let's go and talk about the four point. Two Stars the episode rankings here. Brennan Fitzpatrick great friend of the podcast handles. The socials Poche recaps thinks that three minutes might be the best penalty episode of Lost Mike, and I disagree that you and I are united in our thought that greatest hits is the Best Ben Alternate. Episode lost and then I. Think you and I probably diverge in thinking I think three minutes is probably the second best. You are I. Think Lower on this episode I. Yes so I'll give my rating I because it is the lower one, so I'll be the main. Criticize here because we'll I. DO Agree I think the Michael Walt scene is heartbreaking. I think the flashbacks overall outside of that scene are. Fine, I think especially knowing in retrospect. The front that the others are putting up. It's not terribly interesting to see the raw Xuan of it all. We spoke about how seeing the other side of the events of the hunting party really isn't A. This, this happened what eleven episodes ago like I don't know how much mystery is worth re-litigating. Feel like there were like a few good scenes in this episode and everything else was fine to not very good I I just thought it was not exactly an enjoyable episode to watch where it felt like we were sort of seeing the same stuff. Happen again. Character for making some frustrating choices that while understandable were not exactly. Enjoyable, to watch, even compared to an episode like born to Ron at that's very similar where characters do frustrating things and we. We went down on. Understandably that being said I'm not nearly as down on this as I am on born to run board when I think I gave like two point four. This is at least a three to me. And it.
"three minute" Discussed on Post Show Recaps
"Here Michael I. Guess my question is if we're looking at the time line was the development you know. Ben Getting captured was the development something that happened after Ben got captured. We talked a lot about how Oh, did something happen? The made Ben realized like Oh crap. This is more of an intense situation than I realized. Get me the hell out of here and then from that perspective. Maybe this would then. Be Like okay now. We're going to spur this along. Here's the league. If they've got access to the parole. Or if they've got some way of looking in on the Swan, it's like Oh, no, he's been found out, so we need to really kick this thing into overdrive because I do think timeline wise. Cheese coming to Michael roughly around the time that Ben has been found out. I think that line. Yeah, I. Yeah I think exodus are not actually just lockdown lines up with. Dave is going to be. Is going to be on there. There's there's a west to At least two full days of action, Post Ben being discovered as not Henry. Gale so the time the time lines up. That miss clues like okay. He's been found. We need to get him out urgently. So. They're lighting this fire under under Michael's, but he's been sensory deprived. He's like you say he's probably jumping to the to the worst case. Scenario probably feels like he's been here for a thousand years. He's going through all sorts of heartache. And then she says your son is here I'm going to bring him in right now, and she calls for picket and this is the scene. This is the alleged three minutes. That only goes for a minute. You have three minutes..
"three minute" Discussed on Post Show Recaps
"About to close. Friend Could kill somebody. Now. She's go. This. Weird scene. Yeah this is let's let's psychoanalyze lawyer in this scene right because that's essentially what? This is a really interesting moment from lawyer that honestly we haven't seen since the days of exodus part one and it's interesting I think that. Obviously this this episode draws comparisons to born to run, because that was like technically the pendle episode episode of Season One, but this draws more parallels to exodus part one the week before the other. Observed like its own penultimate episode, because this is sort of like the sequel to that infamous scene between Sawyer and Jack and the jungle, where they say goodbye to each other and Sawyer opens up about his meeting with Christian shepherd here so you're has his own moment of opening up to tell Jack you're. You're my best friend objects like Oh this is awkward because you're definitely not even in like. What, what did Tom have on my space top? You're not in my top eight. Do you think Tom Friendly has a top aide. Say so maybe sawyer mix is top fifteen. I seen maybe Zine I think at this moment. He's on the rise right 'cause like. Yes. He ended up like giving up. We played poker together. Well, that's the thing though it's because the Jacksonville relationship has been very intriguing from the past several weeks between like the poker game or the other stuff like he's been very antagonistic towards Jack so I wonder what caused slur to come clean to Jack Right now like it, because the whole continent thing and having his gun stolen made him feel so I dunno emasculated that he feels like he needs to confide body about every could be i. think he's feeling I think he's feeling upset. I think he's he's. A nerve has been struck by the death of Ana Lucia for sure and a simultaneous nerve that has been struck as him thinking that Jack and caterer thing. So like right, so so here's my question. She's gone. WHO's the? About that. To placate. Kate. I Dunno I personally. Yes, Kate I think. I think. I, think he. I mean as much as we talk about these Sawyer. Andalucia Chemistry over the course of the season. I think that is the one who has more emotional stakes into. The, the more devastating news to him than. Is Dead is that Kate has apparently according to him slept with Jack and I think that's something that does actually crush him so again. It makes this much more interesting that not only does he choose to open up about that? Choose to open up about that to the guy that she quote. Unquote slept with and broke his heart over. Sawyers still good and still wants to be friends after all this. You know, he so as to be friends back. Sawyer. Jacks the secret astle joy is the good hero. Why wonder if it's also maybe like in this moment again if he is mad at Kate for what she may or may have done if it's like a Bros, before hoes type of thing, unfortunately of like screw cade. She had my feelings and trampled on them like but Jack. You're someone I know. We talked about this. A couple episodes right like Jack does not bullshit wrestler like he'll tell him to his face like Hey, get this from me doing now. Like War I'm threatening. You and Sawyer appreciates that to a certain extent, so despite the circumstances as to why he may be feeling remorse I guess it could be that person to confide into because Jackson the only person that like give it to him back the site, okay. Sorry sad stuff. This is the opposite of the scene in exodus. Part One. It's up the opposite. Sad version of that. Yeah it really is. We're like Sawyer has the status and the power there here. It almost seems like Jack has the power or at least that Sawyer? Supplication himself into a more vulnerable position because he's coming, he's really opening up coming out with his feelings about life and friendship. Jack. So interesting and I don't know, had there been again that episode in between this and let alone maybe like a friendship bracelet for him, Jack Alright. Michaels of Pine, Hurley and kate they're digging holes. Indicate I. Think Thinking with like a pool skimmer. I don't know I. Don't need that guy. They work with what you got back there. At least it's not a boomerang stick. Michael's get to say all right. It's a plan we're going tomorrow. Kids like okay, cool and Jose. Okay cool I'm not going. And Michael, Michael's not getting the answer he wants. He's like what about revenge? You ought revenge, don't you? And he was like look. I'm sorry about what happened. But I'm not going I'm not going, and so at this point Michael's like. Oh, how am I going to get her to go? At this point, then get a really extended flashback scene. This is three days ago. Three days ago, which means I think time wise that Michael Hoofed it directly from clue to the hatch right based on how long it took for Michael to get from the hatch to miss clue in the first place that was about two or three days. This is about. Three days ago than we're taking like the full day of two for the road into account at this point. Yeah, I would imagine so well. It's also remember that Michael I guess. 'cause it took them what two days to get from where they were in the hunting party to arriving at the seaside villa I, think he. He ran like that was genuine exhaustion when he when he collapses. Jack and kate well. Just pure adrenaline, because also a week has passed at this point. They brought him some food, but you can imagine he's not getting a lot. He's title to assume from tied to a tree and jungle of mystery to borrow a phrase from people, except there's not enough plants around its these incite, he's. Otherwise escaped, you could have asked his own interest blended in. Mike, Luckily turning. From Batman. Have No. That could have been. Totally. All religious. Yeah so Michael is he's. He's tied up to a poll here. He's been here for a week. At this point a little bit over a week I, think. Like, they're bringing him food, but who knows what kind of food it is, he hasn't seen he hasn't heard. Hide nor hair from Walt MISC-, Lewis, saying Oh. Yeah, what's life outside? He's outside right now. And Micheal doesn't doesn't buy I think that that timeline is really important to keep in mind that this this whole thing is about to unfold is very very very very intense. Michael has been deprived for eight days now. He's been tied up for eight days yet to assume. Bathroom breaks. Maybe not. Maybe he's got a Pale right now. There's just a bleeding, no. But like eight days in that situation, I'm sure feels like eight years like I. Feel like that might be awful. What he is enduring at this moment time especially, if Miss Clues asking him to similar questions that he was asked the first arrived, which is again very similar to the deposition, he received and one of the most emotionally crushing moments of his life lakes. He's experiencing. De on the off of that. There's also mounting frustration the fact that apparently all she's doing is coming in asking questions leaving like he has no idea what's going on. He's also I think very pessimistic at this point like I, think he? There's a very good chance. He jumped to the worst case scenario that will rise dead, and they're just like screwing with him, but he brings up that there's been in development since you. You came.
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Christian Thibaudeau on Adrenaline, Muscle Tone and Optimizing Training Splits
"And. Kristin. It's awesome to have you back. I know last time we were talking a lot about child. Development and Development Ages Zero to two and I know. Your child is getting older How is your child growing impacted your thoughts and ideas? With with child development, and and how they're coming along. While it just confirms what I was saying at first. Any type of blue light or screen time is the number one enemy to children development, and what I mentioned. Is that what people don't understand? Is that these stimulus like your tablet, your cellphone smartphone? BIG-SCREEN TV all those types of devices emit blue light, which is one of the strongest dopamine receptors stimulator. It's so strong in fact that even in adult it can desensitize those receptors very easily. That's why it's addictive. Because when you stop doing it, you feel like crap. You feel depressed because you don't have the dopamine stimulation, the pleasure neurotransmitter that is strong enough to compensate for that going on, and how the Prom is that a child's brain. Is Not fully developed and much more fragile, and a stimulus is just way too strong for their brain to handle. You can actually permanently. Damage, the dopamine receptor, sensitivity and adult. If he becomes desensitized, you can do it what what's called a dopamine fast like you stop basically any type of dopaminergic like a YouGov, are kind of all phones and. Stuff like that. You Stop Smoking. You don't take drugs at similar dopamine and within ten days you can. Basically you regain your sensitivity charts. It's the damage. You're going to have a child with low motivation. IS PRONE TO DEPRESSION ONTO ZION? It's something you want. Also. There's a very strong connection between the efficiency of the dopamine system and learning especially motor learning the reason is that children learn by reward system? So for example your your child is on the floor on. His belly doesn't crawl yet. E C a few on the Florida. You wants to reach, and you will find a way to reach it, and when you reach at the dopaminergic response gives him a big pleasure. Response will motivate him to try again to learn new stuff so learning especially motor learning is driven by the motivation to get that dopaminergic a response, so if you desensitize dopaminergic receptors, motor, learning and learning period will impair like Jaden. When he was like He. He's like twenty one months old now or something like that When he was eighteen, he already knew all of his alphabet, so he knew all the letters. And you could actually spell his name at eighteen months. So that's a pretty good. E- knew something like. One hundred twenty five words and normally at eighteen. When we went to the doctor, they said nobody a child should learn at least three words by the time these months old. The actually wanted one. We went to the doctor for eighteen month checkup. The wanted to do a TV show with us because the is level of a of development adjusts like crazy, but that's when the code Kuban crisis happened, so we didn't do it. Again. I'm not saying that I'm smarter or is exceptional. It's just that the the lower dopaminergic over-stimulation and the fact that both my wife and I are mostly at home, so we can actually plan. Learning experiences sped up development now that led to some issue that we might need to resolve. Is that by over stimulating? We basically became the only source of his development and is. Slightly lacking in social conflict like when he's around, other people will just basically freeze, and it will take him up two or three minutes of. Is the situation to be somewhat comfortable then again. I'm like that so that might be genetic might not be my teaching thing that's. Always, learning frankly do better things, but I think the biggest thing is still. Diminish like balloon exposure as much as possible Apparent is a coach. That's the another child best friend you not is. Is Boss. You're a coach. You should approach like a coach. You should lamb experiences so that the child can learn and try different things, so that's the main thing, and then of course what I'm doing different now is that we are at an age where he needs to become more more autonomous more doing things. Bhai himself so now we find that the EU really loves tractors, so we can actually play with his tractors in San for eight hours straight, so that allows me to do a lot more job, but more work, but that's the next step at first as a coach you you give him as many different experiences to develop his motor skills is absurd skills. Is Memories stuff like that is coordination and more and more advances in needs to be able to do is on staff. Set the activities you wants to do and create is on game, so that's pretty much
Read a poem
"Today's tip is to build a reading habit by tackling a poem a day. Poems tend to be short, but can take you to amazing places. And so can help you find space in life for a little bit of beauty. As I talked to people about their schedules over the years I've learned that many people want to find more time to read. Along with volunteering and. Doing reading something that we know would improve our lives. But when life gets busy, it's easy to let it go. And once you let it go. Getting back in the habit can seem intimidating. Most books demand at least a few hours of time. Reading and little bits might not be very satisfying. Hence the beauty of poems. Unless you're reading T S Eliot. Elliott's the wasteland. Most poems are relatively short. You can easily borrow e books of poetry from your library through an APP like Libby, and then read through them on the kindle APP. Or. You can go to a website. such as poets dot, Org or Poetry Foundation Dot Org and find poems selected by their editors. In any case, you can get free poems on your phone quickly. And I'm guessing that you always have your phone nearby. And for the cause of building a poetry reading habit. This is actually a good thing. Notice when you pick up your phone. What do you do? Many people check texts or emails first and then look at social media APPS. As you find yourself doing this. Consciously clip to the poetry website or your daughter instead. In about three minutes. You can read a poem. A whole poem. which will give you at least some feeling of accomplishment? Whatever else you did or didn't do during the day you are the sort of person who reads poetry. Now, of course some poems are better than others. I've read through volumes from some of my favorite poets like Mary Oliver. Billy Collins Classic poets such as Emily Dickinson, and sometime stuff is awesome, and sometimes even with the vaster. Sit doesn't always speak to us. But. Poems do have away of going places that pros can't always follow. Dunwell upon can conjure up an image and a feeling. You can ponder that image and feeling as you go about your day. That image and feeling can take you outside your life for a few minutes. An elevate your experience. Putting a little beauty and to the moment. Not Bad for three minutes right. And as you find yourself finding three minutes here and there you'll start to see that you do in fact, have time to read. You just have to choose to do so. And so poetry can become a gateway to literature of all kinds. So today find some poetry. Put, it where you can read it. And, if nothing else, you'll end the day feeling like you put something a little special into your life.
Transforming Deeply Ingrained Stereotypes and Unconscious Bias
"I knew I cannot tell you how excited I am to have you on untangled today. Thank you so much for making the time to be here. Thank you so much for having me. Yeah it's my pleasure. Let's start by sharing a little bit of background on how you came to your meditation practice because I know that so integral to the work that you do. Absolutely so I grew up in New York City and I come from a family of meditators said was introduced to meditation in Highschool by my mother. Mostly in the create. Yoga practice. So, that's a lot of breath work lots of ANA and had been practicing that for several years until I went to India to study abroad in college and I traveled across a doc, which is kind of a northern tip of India next to China, and it's populated by lot of Tibetan Buddhists and there I just fell in love with the Buddhist practices. Visiting a lot of these monasteries are literally hanging off. Off of cliffs for thousands of years and the way to get, there was just so intricate and sometimes I'd be in a car like Oh. My God we're GonNa. Fall off this cliff that once you get there. There was this like magical sense of peace in presence for me. That's what I discovered. Mindfulness practices in since then I lived in Asia in various places I'm career to Taiwan and the Mr. dabbled in various Buddhist, meditation practices, but being a scientist, a big skeptic myself from the very beginning. Always questioning it so the neuroscience the meditation. Just my interest overall, and about fifteen years ago I just totally committed myself to. The practice is so amazing that you had the opportunity to go to the monasteries in Indian, and just really be immersed in that. Were you seeking something I've read that you talked about how you grew up and what? It was like to be in New York City after nine eleven. What was the sequence of events that brought you to wanting to be i? Know you said you grew up in a family of meditators, but what inspired you I mean? Were you seeking something? something. Yeah I was seeking happiness and also relief from stress so I think you're right. I grew up in a new city and I was bullied quite a lot as a child I had an accident because I moved here when I was ten years old, so people could clearly see that I wasn't American or here and I was also believed for being perceived as gay which I am, but at the time wasn't out, so it was apart of me, always felt like there was something wrong with me, and this was something like an internal the fact. That I couldn't fix and so many of us carry this from such a young age and I think meditation particularly in College After College helped me really believe some of those dresses. Some of those stories that I had really internalized myself. This had to do with race with the city. With the way I looked with the way I talked by the way I walked everything it was just all encompassing, and it really came to a standstill, so after working abroad, and I got my master's Cambridge in human development, which was an incredible year. But after that I went to law school in the US, which I don't know field, there's no this, but it's kind of like a pressure cooker, particularly the first air. Really intense I'd come from an environment where it was just like free fall inquiry, talking about structures and systems, and how this works that works and in law school is very tactic. So I fell into a really really deep depression, and it wasn't anyone's fault. It was just that all of the shadow sides that I had repressed and suppressed for so long had all come out. And I'm totally okay with saying this now you know in the beginning of my second year of law. School attempted suicide because I was just really to Preston was moving through this face of immense self-loathing. At this is despite years of meditation practice tried, but I think whatever happened at that moment. I still remember that moment. When I was GONNA, jump off this building I live on the eighth floor in midtown. Something Sad. What are the thoughts thinking? And if people practice mindfulness there's a fourth foundation of mindfulness which is really about. Becoming aware of awareness itself so all the thoughts, all the emotions, all the feelings everything just kind of warps around, and you become aware of all of that happening together. That's the best I could describe. What happened in that moment? And from me, that was really the parading because the second I saw that these are just thoughts. The stories were being created in high, wasn't these stories? I literally I came off the ledge and called a friend. Who lived in Harlem at the time, but she happened to be in by neighborhood, said I don't know if is a moment of grey says people with Fayed solutions would call it or whatnot. She showed up in my apartment within three minutes. Wow, so of course we talked for several hours and she gave me a whole plan on what to do. I sought hell by saw whole those two things and of course. Also to the committed myself to mindfulness, even deeper right after that.
Tales From the Dark Web
"This week's theme comes to us from Daniel Ocho and is called tales from the dark web. Here's why Daniel chose this theme. He says the Internet has a dark side hidden. Just below the surface, these podcasts will guide listeners through stories from the Internet's dark side where crime, drugs and murder are the currency of choice. Here are they episodes chosen by Daniel for this week's theme along with short descriptions of each episode. The first episode comes to us from the missing Crypto, Queen and called Dr Rusia. It's twenty three minutes long. Dr Rouge promised financial financial, revolution and then two years ago, she disappeared. Why. The missing crypto clean is an eight part series from BBC sounds. The next episode comes to us from reply all and is called the snapchat thief it sixty nine minutes long. This week, a super tech support after Lizzie snapchat gets hacked. Things Start Getting Really Creepy Alex investigates. The next episode comes to us from case file, and it's called the Silk Road part, one and two. The first episode is eighty four minutes long, and the second is eighty minutes long. The Silk Road was an ancient network of trade routes that started in China in the second century BC via a combination of roads and sea routes goods like silk, paper, and spices transported from the producers in Asia to the markets in Europe. Eventually, it wasn't just goods that were traded. They're also ideas, customs, religions, and even diseases. The next episode comes to us from Lizard people is called Bitcoin was created by a rogue ai with Sam Baltar it sixty minutes long. Bitcoin is one of the great mysteries of the Internet. Age who exactly created it? Where's it going? How did it blow up so fast? What the fudge is a blockchain, and why don't I have won the delightful Sam Baltar of the equally delightful podcast? Weird work joins to talk about cryptocurrency and the possibility that the J. Cryptic coin was created by. Get this artificial intelligence. The next episode comes to us from breach and is called. Caution falling rocks. It's forty seven minutes long. The Yahoo data breach left three billion users private information vulnerable for three years before the public learned about it. How did it happen? And what can we learn from the greatest known data breach in history? Those are the episodes chosen by Daniel. Ocho for this week's theme tales from the Dark Web, follow along with the discussion of this week's podcast episodes by using the Hashtag dark web pods. Now for some podcast industry news from the inside podcasting newsletter. As always, thank you to Sky Pillsbury. Who writes the inside podcasting newsletter for allowing us to share it with our ear? Buddies on this podcast will share the top stories from this week's issue of the newsletter. I story. Sky Interviews James Kim on her podcast the inside podcasting podcast. James is the creator of the fiction podcast moon face a show. Time magazine named one of the best ten twenty nineteen. In Moon face a young Korean American man named Paul wants to tell his mom that he's gay, but they don't speak. The same language Paul Story is loosely based on James Kim's real life experiences. Next story layoffs public radio suffered a heartbreaking number of layoffs this week. Here are the details Minnesota public radio slash American public media has laid off twenty eight employees. APM has also stop production of live from here and the hilarious world of depression. Chicago public media has let go of twelve employees and has ceased production on sound opinions. Next Story. She. PODCASTS founder Jessica. Cup for men and Elsie Escobar have decided to postpone their organizations. Second Annual Conference until October twenty twenty one. It was originally scheduled to take place in Arizona later this year.
Bettina Campolucci Bordi
"Hi. My name is Tina. Company boldy from Tina's kitchen and I am going to talk through outs. Make an amazing omelette recipe. It's a great basic recipe that you can fill with whatever's in season in terms of vegetables, Ole feelings, and it's made out of chickpea flour. Egg Free meaning that is also dairy, free and Vegan. And all you need to have is sixty grams of chickpea, flour or gram flour. You need some bicarbonate of Soda. Hafa teaspoon and you need one teaspoon of Apple Cider, vinegar, and a hundred and twenty five milliliters of water. So all you need to do. Is You need to put all your ingredients into a ball? And the most potent ingredient in this recipe is actually the apple cider vinegar so once he put the apple cider vinegar in with the bicarbonate of Soda. The Pinch of salt. What's going to happen is that you'll. Mixture is GONNA sort of air rate. You're going. See Little Air bubbles, and it's going to be come really light and fluffy exactly as a sort of traditional omelette would become so. So once you've mixed all the mixture together you put it aside, and you heat up small pan with a little bit of olive oil, and once the PAN is heated. You add your omelet mixture into the pan so that you get a even sort of pancake omelettes layer, and what's GonNa Happen is you're gonNA see little air bubbles for at the top of the Omelet and once formed and the mixture sort of dried out a little bit. That's the time when you flip your Armlet, and this is not going to take more than sort of two to three minutes so once you flip it. You just cook it for a couple of minutes, and it's time to fill it. The best thing to do is to put your ready cooked Omelette onto a plate. And then you can fill with different things of a cottage. Cherry tomatoes spinach console today off some cabbage with some tomorrow Soysal since spring onions, so it's basically you can choose any type of Leiva. You can fill it with HAMAS which is recognized as well arrested vegetables and. It got to eat it straightaway, because it's going to be nice and crispy on me outside, and then sort of soft and spongy on the inside at it's delicious as a breakfast as Brunch all as a mentor, dinner and Super Quick and easy to make.
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"three minute" Discussed on Committed
"Sometimes these days along than Yoga class just isn't in the cards but maybe a cookie is pepperidge. Farm Milano believes you should make some time for yourself once in a while my idea of me. Time is a little bit different since I had the second baby instead of a yoga class. I'm maybe do a yoga pose just one downward dog at a time you know what I do have time for. I can eat a cookie a whole cookie eighty and eating that cookie feels like the best little piece of meantime. There is these days Milano. Cookies are the perfect treat to save her. During me time they have just the right amount of cookie and luxuriously rich chocolate. They're the type treat that you don't WanNa share not even with your kids or your husband. Remember to save something for yourself with Pepperidge Farm Milano. I Love Sports and I love my wife. I will destroy you. We haven't even started yet. If if you're the type of fan WHO LOVES TO DEBATE JORDAN LEBRON LAMBEAU versus soldier field or even the San Lot versus major league. You will love listening to our podcast. The greatest rea- some of our favorite comedian meeting friends and celebrities to come and constructively argue. Everything within the world of Sports with my competing in sports frenetic wife Megan Gaily my hilarious writer and comedian husbands. Cj Toilet lead on now so listen and follow the greatest iheartradio APP apple podcasts. Or wherever you listen to podcasts. Some of the best love stories come in small packages. That's why we asked you our listeners to send us voicemails of your own love stories. We'll be running a few of them before season four starts. They're short and sweet and all of with them even the ones that didn't make it to air because we got so many reminded us about the many ways that we can commit to one another so here are three many love stories. We used to tide you over until we launched season for April. We've got a dirty dog that led the love on a camping trip. A couple of learned to meet in the middle over the course of two decades and a middle school relationship that persevered against all odds enjoy.
"three minute" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"That was my high you have to study things to learn well I like to learn something new every day thank you about this one he this is from this the theory posited by the University College of London that looked at forty groan worthy gags and then they tested it on people wait we're trying to find out what's funny jokes funnier with canned laughter okay this is no laughter I think can because IT help someone get the the if other people are laughing you'll follow suit I think it's funny no matter if I don't even know the joke I got a laugh researchers deliberately even chose reeker jokes and if it was accompanied by canned laughter everyone thought it was funny here I believe this yeah they said what this study shows is that any laughter to a joke just increases the humor value no matter how funny or un funny the joke is and that's why people use laugh tracks yeah that's right no work for me I know but Danny yeah laughing just anything that even like on a show like friends which was recorded in front of an audience with the real laughter amplified during editing for particular jokes it'd been well received they gave it even a more of a push them whenever there I believe so anyway that's not going away that they can't laugh can if you're nervous about we play laughter that address on everyone's project comedy I mean you know I have seen people left the minute we got out on stage that help to nothing could be sold this year when we do it yeah it can be anything like that what okay nerve wracking well standing up and doing a three minute stand out by yourself on stage there's no way that's not going to be nerve wracking if you're not nerve wracked something's wrong with you killed it but you refuse to do it hi because I knew I would just stand there and just probably my my pants and I was pretty much that percent when they did the other thing whatever it was that improv all of the data I use an image I've become Jed wake zombie you know over whether they can make us do this year I don't know but usually they're going forward yeah you asked for it so anytime you try to be funny radio audience laughs harder no Johnny we're not gonna do that why don't we play last yeah maybe just for my dogs because I need a more than Lori yeah I laughed more at your was something you left at mine I don't think that's true who is keeping scores me you were Johnny the middle child in the Middletown this time the baby that's well that's your who that's ever said on the our listener welcome back we got to get to this story about a certain diva is here is the G. I'm the main.
"three minute" Discussed on GradBlogger
"Social media, and you will look like a giant content creation machine if you do this, but it's only costing thirty minutes a day, and writing notes on papers that you're alright reading for your thesis. Anyway. So five major benefits of three minute paper post, the first major benefits that you get really quick doing this. So as I said, I could do one two almost two full paper write ups in half an hour by spend an hour, I could almost get through my whole week of paper write ups, and you can kinda get really far ahead. Step number two is practices. Both your writing and shipping, content muscles, and other way. This is really practice. You're coughing. It's when you get started writing and pressing ship is the hardest thing to do. It's the most nerve wracking thing, pas or syndrome, kicks in, and it can it can really cripple, you stop you for days this process. It's the same five steps you keep doing it. And you know that every morning for her staff. Now, your day you're going to be writing. You know, you're gonna be creating content putting into the world doesn't really matter. It's gonna come out of it, but I will guarantee you, if you do it for a couple months, you'll be amazed at the opportunities. That's the second major benefit practices. You're writing and shipping content. Muscles third major benefit is cross linking baked right in so. As I said, in the conclusion, part, you can put other religions and you could point to other paper summaries that you wrote. So somebody's reading, through, they say, oh, this was really interesting really helpful. You know, I'll look at that this other paper that's been summarized on the website. The fourth major benefit is content. Stockings baked Dryden again it's really easy. Now, if you do ten of these paper summaries to create a literature survey from them where he pulled the, you know, the five major points from over across ten different litter. Sources I used to do this, and I'd create a litter summary post from it not actually do the industry, relevant terms in insurrection, information and posts that only din that help drive people back into my website. And this was a really great formula for where going, which was the industrial impact of science and research into dust explosions. Which is basically my business today, the major benefit number five easy optimized for search engine optimization. And you don't have to think too hard time you spend a lot. Time doing keyword research. Start looking at how to do SEO properly. Your head will probably start to spin, I'm gonna explain just in the next couple minutes, exactly how to optimize these posts for SEO and how easy it is. You don't have to think at all portraying optimize things. But you will start getting people coming back to your website because what do people look for when they wanna find a paper as turn, turn on my computer? Go to Google type the name of the paper, the closest thing I can remember for the name of that paper all the time and find the paper and I might go to a directory, that's going to have it that's through institutional or whatever and find it that way. But when you type the name of the paper in doing this process, and falling these, these SEO tips will generally mean that the paper shown, I from the publisher and then the next hit down will be review of that paper and what do you think we're gonna click on a lot of people say, oh, there's a review of this paper click on it, and bring them back into your website into your ecosystem, wearing start getting more familiar with while you're doing so. Without I want to five important things for search engine optimization for your posts. And how these are really can be baked, right? Into three minute paper as as an aside. I'm not really sure why keeps saying baked raided. But again, this is live recording. Sometimes you hear my son. Sometimes here, the neighbor that is Moe's Llano side or the snow blower, and sometimes I get hooked on a word and just can't seem to stop saying it. So try not to say baked right and anymore. Throw this podcast up. So I hope it's distracting from the main topic. So okay, back here are we're gonna talk about search engine optimization. Five key things to have in every post and how these are really included. Very easily say, say baked rate in again, but forget that into three minute papers. So five key things that you need to pick a keyword for your topic. Something one actually try to hit for on on search engine through organic search. The second is to include that keyword in your post name included in the image all tag. Number three number four. To include in a least one, heading in our five included in the meta description, I cover this a little bit more in a post that I wrote called how to write forty blog posts and fifty six days all about this three minute paper process, but it's, it's really included directly. And so the first thing is you pick a key word from the paper title, which is generally pretty easy because people include keywords entitles, if you're responding propagation, or, or whatever just look at the, the title of the paper and say, okay, what's the keyword? I wanna use here and very often cute titles are very dense. So you pull that out that is your keyword. Then you in your post name. That's all the keywords alright included 'cause you're writing review of the paper title, is your post name, so the keyword already right there in the image all tag, a quote, the image is a quote from your paper, but you can put the name of the paper as the, the image file. So name paper dot P, and G. And when you upload it also at L tags that include the paper name. And again, then that keyword will be included directly without having about how to include in your post. It's also included one heading 'cause the last heading of your postal be review of actually will be my personal takeaway from the paper name in an air quotes, if you follow the template that I that I provide then last in the medicine, you can put the paper name. So the paper name or this is our view of this paper name, and we learn this, this, and this from the paper that can be your meta description, and again the paper names, including there. So the key word will be included, and that pokes will start to generate authority with. Those type of keywords right away. If you write again, forty or fifty these over short period, you'll start to rank for really great keywords in your space. You think of your, your paper titles you're reading every day, who use pick one or two key words from each of those and write these store to post the new start to really build up a thority in that space and through social media other ways, you'll build up a thirty off of search engine off or organic search the great way to have SEO baked rate into your website. And there we go. There was the, the last baked it and we're have to make a drinking game out of this. But I'm gonna try not to say that anymore. So I'm gonna close out this episode by giving the report card for three minute papers. So we did this last time a random topic blogging, which had a sixty three percent for content creation and a forty percent for content distribution. So for three minute papers then under content creation, we have difficulty complexity, SEO value, and scale ability, so four parameters for difficulty. I gave this a three. So this is really the highest rating, these get really. Easy. There's no other way to write a three hundred five hundred word blog posts in under thirty minutes around under an hour and get up on the website and ready with SEO and everything -cluded in an hour and a half it just the simplest way to get started on creating a massive amount of content your space complexity. It's, it's pretty simple as well. You create your template, and that you're really just writing right in a word. Doc and copy and paste it. There's not really any complicated processes. The most complicated thing is probably using some up on line to create your quote, which again, just Google free app. Decree, quote, you'll type in the coach you want. You can change the background colors or whatever and expert PNG or bag. Number three SEO value, again, we're gonna get this three as well. It's very easy to make these highly relevant SEO. You may get stuck with the keywords that you had that are in the paper titles, but over time as you do a lot of these, you'll start to rank for law different keywords, and number six scale ability, this is really quite easy to do right out of the gate. I was getting up to five posts a week one. Every weekday Nicklaus wacky use the same process. Do three hundred sixty five posts a year, which is a lot you will kind of start to burn out those rates but really easy scale really fast using this approach. So if you are falling along, then that is sixteen sixteen content creation. These are the easiest types of posts, you can really imagine to gets an a plus if you will for, for content creation, ons report card for content distribution. We have ship show stack share a number of different mediums as parameters so for shipping. I gave it a three. It's, it's really easy to put these out getting chair buttons on them. But. You can just use buffer and have one go, every day, you don't really have to worry about sketching because, you know, you're going to always content as you keep writing these to show into get it into the world. I gave it a two. It's pretty easy to get these out there. They have an image, so you can use that as the featured image. It's not really like an amazing featured image, but it can be pretty good. The coca pull people in to stack content. I gave it a three. This is really easy. Really stock will content great for putting newsletters, you can put the five posted last week, great putting together to lift your surveys, great for pulling out key insights, from litter surveys, putting on different mediums like different websites linked in or wherever so, in terms of stacking, it's very easy to stack this content. Number four sharing I gave us a one. It's probably not the most insightful thing for people to share over and over again these paper summaries. So I kind of put it on the low end in some fields. Maybe more common than others. But it may be perceived as a little bit of Kylo value content just from the number that you're putting out there. And then number mediums the last brand or for distribution. This gets a one, it's only really the ridden medium others. No reason why you couldn't create an audio version of it. And even a video Persian of if you like, which that's more steps here process, but that might be interesting to do it actually show the paper and go through without as well. So it on content distribution we have a ten fifty. So a fifty percent kind of just gets the passing grade for contribution. So, again, in some reason, in content creation, we gave an a plus they got one hundred percent very easy to create these types of posts and the value from them actually come from doing a lot of them start to extract value. There's not a ton of value each one individually. But by the time I was done using writing these or by the time is on my thesis, rather, writing, my thesis, I was going to my website and looking up these review posts using Google to search my own website so that I could remember what the litter was reach different pieces, and actually use it to write a lot of my thesis, so in bulker on mass, he's can be quite valuable, but individually there, there may be a low value, and that may hurt the contribution. They may be harder to get out there. And the number mediums again is only ridden unless you create audio video. So with that we're going to close out this episode of the grab logger podcast, as I mentioned, this, the second episode in the content machine series. If you wanna look at listen, the other upsurge in go the show notes at grab lager dot com slash Levin will link to the previous ones a future ones that are in the same series if you like this episode this concept of three papers, you can tag me on Twitter, Instagram, grab blogger and talk about it. You can use the hashtag TMP and share share what you learn from this up sewed and definitely tag me so I can respond and see that come through as well. If you're interested in the transcripts from sodas, always, we have these in the show notes that Grobbelaar com slash eleven and we included the actual template that I use for my forty blog posts in fifty six days at the show notes as well. And you can download and get that free. And then you can just copy that in modified for your own three minute paper summaries as always appreciate you. Listen to the grab blogger podcast will be a great week ahead. And I'm really look forward to continue help you. 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"three minute" Discussed on Committed
"Hi, this is Christie will Blunk. Our love story is interesting because my husband, and I are raising a special needs daughter with an extremely rare and progressive condition. We have been married since we were twenty five we've been together since we're eighteen we'll be celebrating our ten year wedding anniversary next year, our daughter Aubrey was diagnosed last fall with solid disease. And we don't have any special needs kids in our family. We don't have any friends with special needs kids so learning how to cope without together as a couple and just as a family has been challenging to us. And we've had our ups and down aubrey's condition is she's one of about twelve people in the US with Bella and less than two hundred in the world has solid these. So there's no research being done. And we actually just went to a conference and Tarrytown New York this past temper for the first star foundation. Conference. They are the first organization out there for solid Z's created by New York because this past spring, so we're kind of embarking on that journey together. And we're very active in organization, and the doctors are ready to search testing with mice some different treatments for the kids and time kind of running out because most of these kids start losing skills when they're in their twenty and so we just are working together. And it's really strengthen our relationship and our family going through such a difficult time together just navigating being special needs parent has been interesting getting all the equipment that she needs. She goes therapy. Six times a week. The only thing our schedules to make that work keeping our bond together. Just by the fact that we have doctors appointments all the time. If there if he's dealing with the financial aspect is draining. So I feel like it's really strengthened us as a couple and working together with this organization to hopefully, find treatment or a cure for Dr before time runs out. So. So anyway, I love love love committed. And thanks for all the stories. You bring us every week. Do you wanna share your love story with us? I really hope the answer is a resounding. Yes. Well, it's easy. Just call us. Yep. No texting pick up the phone and call us like you're back in the eighties hiding under the covers with the cordless phone in your parents house. Maybe I was the only person who did that. You can reach us at four zero four nine nine six one one seven three remember to let us know your Email address and try to keep at the three minutes or less. I promise it's easier than you think. Now, we're going to have new episodes for you soon. We really well they're coming. But
"three minute" Discussed on Committed
"And because no one teaches you how to be married, and when she's just pump managements, and we just get married and thrown into it. And so we've tried to help others. So that they don't go through their life teen. And so they don't get divorced. And so yeah. So that's our story in that show. We feel our specialty has it's a story forgiveness. And it's the story of less. Less. My name is she Enin stamp, and I listened to the don't give up hope among other episodes that you had I was going to the quote man widow, which is what I into as an eye man is a triathlon race. That is an extreme distance two point four miles swim one hundred twelve mile bike and twenty six point two mile run at the end and our love story. And just challenge of our marriage is my husband's quest to complete one of us. Just one of his life dreams in the midst of having one year old and ours Pacific journey is just ups and downs and his intense training for six months up to twenty hours a week in me wanting to be committed to him and supportive of him. But also feeling like a widow and. Him actually accomplishing his which was amazing emotional one. Second, sweetie. Hip so has the one year old now she's three right? And then kind of a twist at the end he did so well that he actually qualified for the world championship, which is once in a lifetime opportunity. So we kind of had that moment where we looked at each other. And we were like are we up for this again? And I'm very proud to say that I was selfless and that moment and really encouraged him to go for it. But it meant a whole 'nother year of training for an iron, man. So my name is Shannon stance. I don't know if my three minutes, but my son is up because my three year old wants me ready. I..
"three minute" Discussed on Committed
"Hi, my name calling Bethan my husband, and I met when we were fifteen years old, and we do off and on for eight years before we finally got married, and you know, throw the teenage stuff and things are hard, then and all the back and forth. But when we married each other, we knew that we were both marrying our soul mates. We were extremely happy. And we had four years of simply lists. But then children happen that our daughter, and then you're after that, we got pregnant with our son. And then while I was pregnant with my with my son. My husband had an affair. He saw that. She still loves me. But he was in love with this other woman. I say that this is my soulmate. There was no way that I was gonna lose having. So I fought for marriage, and I wrote him love notes every day. I reminded him. Why we were so great together. And then the second that he better, and he was his fallen back in love with me, I fell apart, and I was horrible for a long time and things were really bad at our house. And then we found a program that taught us how to forgive because I'm forgiveness is drinking poison and expecting the other person to die at taught us how the communicates and how complex management of how the trust and it stays our marriage. We're extremely happy. We have two more children now. And we now help other couples to learn how to forgive to trust again. And how can you Kate's part of our mission is to give back.
"three minute" Discussed on The Cryptoverse
"Produces within three minutes aeneas book change isn't even blip so that was my first point about this extreme scenario here's my second boy if the governments of the world went to coordinate rate to take control of these top twenty one book produces wine is what they attack with the dias book blockchain why would they choose ills right bitcoin is much more powerful as a network so and it could potentially uses rate strategy own bitcoin right so wouldn't they rather choose to target bitcoin to take control over over the so a coordinate right on the top mining pools or even the biggest mining facilities would lead the government's in control of the network by hash pallet 'cause they then decide with the massive amount of control over the hashing power what transactions to include exclude like at fog the chain that can do whatever they wanted to do with it if they just simply rated a whole bunch of said the top twenty one thing is my money facilities in the world all the top twentyone mining pools right and just changed the software the difference is if governments took control suddenly of old major mining operations it's not like elsewhere it's a three minute job to replace all of the top book produces on top minus bitcoin relies on physical position of hundreds of millions of dollars of mining hardware which you just simply cannot replace the click of a button so that's my argument for today that's myself response to what the bulk of with new if governments came to them and asked them to cease phones or freeze funds or do any kind of shenanigans like that so that's all for your ted day if you like this episode go ahead hit the light butson if you dislike to hit the dislike button please leave me a comment below its feedback and get subscribed and also if you think know what i'm talking about and you'd like to take my stepbystep online courses now help fund this channel and ellos teacher things like you wanna know about the technical aspects of how chaim wicks you can check out the digital money revolution costs if you wanna learn how to make and save when he was bitcoin check out the bitcoin triangle coast hold the triangle goes and if you want to land out to trade cryptocurrencies you can check out the mestre cryptocurrency trade across but that's all go for you today guys i'll be back with the next episode of the cryptovest so until then it's me chris county setting by now
"three minute" Discussed on The Fundamentalists
"I threes what do you got for folks okay what can i do like maybe three minute sermon you're on the club o'clock what he across sermon you're on okay great okay you're on the we're going okay so yeah let me give you like a philosophical reflection on the crucifixion of this oughta be good on it also reflects back on one of our previous pulled cost so people have to listen to the one by pleasure and enjoyment was that well i don't know i'm sure people do know but i don't remember title the macaulay culkin one that always is the one that gets referenced the most is that rice because it's good title as a good time maybe we should if we need the titles what they actually wear we wouldn't have this problem we have right now but you're right there is a previous episode where we looked out the difference between pleasure enjoyment yes and pleasure is kind of this solace faction of getting something that you want and it's fleeting an enjoyment as the satisfaction of weeding and i think you give a perfect analogy which was the kid christmas they're like sue winning for the presence i want the present i want the present on the enjoyment is in the winning even knew they look for street at nine and they they won't christmas to come early that there's real enjoyment and the pleasure is when the when the present on of course the pleasure is not quite as good as the as the kind of like the ticipant i wish i knew that as a kid when i realized that as an adult and i would never think of in terms of like pleasure and enjoyment but now the christmas season is so much.
"three minute" Discussed on L2inc: Winners
"As the year winds down we want to thank our dozens and dozens of fans out there and take a look back at our favor moments of 17 but first some data we had almost twentyfive million views this year that's up thirty three percent over last year that sixty seven million minutes of yours truly or a hundred twenty eight years of scary viewing a hundred and forty eight thousand likes with most of those likes being centered around our career advice video and four thousand dislikes mostly from when i get political over eleven thousand comments i think we've read all of them and we've also added one hundred twenty seven thousand subscribers however our viewers are eighty nine percent male thanks for watching we'll see you next year all i favour guy next slide please d day i love trip polay i don't care about the health scare you could you can produce zico bowl in a big dog is eaten more and more of that stuff by the way that soya milk you've been buying is this regular milk introducing itself in spanish a winner amazon amazon amazon amazon blablabla cheers of cvs and walgreens struck five four and five percent respectively blow in the end her out pilot loved one self act will evasion good health economic security at i'll take it i travel a lot i do get lonely one am i most along who i feel most alone when i'm around other people who are total fucking idiots.