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Lauren Oyler Talks About Deception Online
"Lauren. Oiler joins us now. From ithaca new york. Her first novel is just out. It's called a fake accounts. Lauren thanks so much for being here. Thank you for having me alright. So people know your name even before this novel moseley probably as credit. You've written book reviews for the new york times booker view but also for many other places. Talk a little bit if you would about your reviewing. And how did you get into this well. I started reviewing as elliptical writer. As i think. Many increasingly many writers wrench generation will have to sort of similar background. Just about the millennial generation yes. I'm eleni on thirty years old. So i consider myself a true millennial smack in the middle and i said in english and college and when i graduated i moved to berlin and part because it was really cheap to live there and i wanted to work on my writing and the first sort of opportunity i got with to write liberals about books so every week i think for over a year i would write like a top ten list about top ten bucks three when you're sad and second your house or or whatever and you just made these like did you just come up with all by yourself or did you sort of pull friends. How did you compile them. Sometimes they would suggest something so if there was some event or you know if there was a holiday. Do something related to that. But it was really like. I could do whatever i wanted. And i think i was being paid. Twenty five pounds per article. Which means that. I had a lot of freedom to sort of cover the kind of books that i wanted to cover and do sort of weirder things and in the process of researching this column. I read a lot of criticism. I read a lot of weird sort of book websites. And i learned a lot about what was going to contemporary literature. Learned a lot about what i liked. Agent like in criticism as well. I want to hear everything you learned in all of those areas. I mean i. I guess what. What were the weird book websites. Well at the time we were living through a period which is now referred to as it right so the author but maybe many listeners will know from this movement is tau win. But there was a large group of sort of internet inflicted writers and poets and novelists who are doing sort of experimental literature. That was very much inflicted by the internet. And what kind of book criticism did you read. Where did you turn to other than us. Oh of course. I was reading really widely. But the thing that the way that i really got into it in the way that i sort of developed my style was by reading. Lots of old issues of el arbi wonder review of books online. And i just found that that you know. They're sort of signature combination of of very sort of cheeky. It's not cheeky. But it's it's very indepth in a along review. In which many sort of the books. The books are viewed for many different angles but ultimately there's a real perspective that's gone into those pieces that i really connected west. We should say at this point because it doesn't necessarily show up in your voice that you grew up in west virginia so this is like a very presumably big cultural shift going to berlin and reading the l. r. Did you grow up exposed to a lot of books and to criticism as as a as a kid or a teenager. No absolutely not. Don't overstate might rural upbringing raw. Basically not in a suburb but but something like a suburb But there wasn't you know there wasn't a lot of there weren't a lot of magazines around like i wasn't reading the new yorker. My family was reading the new yorker and my family our readers but they're reading sort of marshawn nra Stuff which is fine. And i should have to do my customary disclosure. Which is that. I did go to jail so that is really where. I got my my hose. Anything you can see the semi writing as well which is a real combination of of colloquial like mainstream kind of slang and the higher register that could be interpreted as literary or more serious. And i think that it really does come from this kind of normal upbringing in west virginia combined with suddenly. I'm at yale. And then i moved to europe.
The price of rare plants
"Right. Now it's time to talk about rare plants and when this turned into a ranch, I wanted to be a reasoned argument but I hope that this will give you pause for thought about what's happening in the house blunt world right now, I guess I got really alarmed about plant prices. When applaud the I've been lusting after suddenly went up in price. As many of you know through the podcast I've been looking for a piece of Panteli sensation, a cultivar of tons of area. Correctly Justina As been moved to the dressier genus, the snake plant, I've been looking for. Peace or a plant of this particular offer longtime. Now, for some reason, while they're common in the US, they just aren't that common here in the UK and I haven't found a shop selling them I think couple of people found a plot shop in Poland selling them, but I still do not have one of these plants. So I. Put an Ebay search save out there. So that anytime anyone put one of these plants on Ebay. I. Would know a few months ago the last cutting that I had been watching the last pup that I've been watching when I think he has for about twenty five pounds and I missed out on time because I thought that's a bit expensive. Anyway another pop came up from the same seller I think very recently about two or three weeks ago. I was Kinda getting excited because the price was still quite low are and all watching the countdown and the price was still about ten pounds and I thought. The chance here? How much did it go for? It went for it went for about eighty seven pounds. For a tiny stick of a snake blunt. Thanks to the listeners by the way who offered to send me a piece of their bench Elson session from the US very kind of you. But I don't think it's a good idea given plant health and spread of diseases to be importing individual plants from the US plus. Don't think it's worth it for the air. BYLES. Of course, there are other house plants that are going for much much more. The headline in The New York Post recently was some sucker in New Zealand just spent five thousand dollars on a house plant. There was a variegated rafic for a test drive perma with variation, the basically split relief in half between the regular caller and sort of golden yellow. and. That plot went for eight thousand, one hundred fifty New Zealand dollars on the site trade me nuts about five thousand. Dollars in other words, a lot of money and there is a track record for plants on this trade me site going for a lot. There was a Hoya I think it was a Hoya compactor with the reverse fair Gatien the way for six and a half thousand New Zealand dollars. A before POPs a couple of months before I'm, and of course, we all know about the variegated monster at unsown. With those little holy leaves marked with cream the have also gone for some really interested. High prices recently, this has been building for a while. Now, this trend towards rare or Unicorn House Plaza cost a lot of money but I think that lockdown has exacerbated this desire for plants as lots of people who want to. Live and up their Home Office of got into the House plant thing during lockdown adjust desperate for these very, very rare loans. And I think we've really got to take the long view about this in that planck. Crazies are really nothing you. My first thought is back to the fern craze in the mid eighteen hundreds I wasn't there I'm not quite that old over my children would probably beg to differ. So in the mid eighteen hundreds around the world. There was a firm fever that really took of people and lots of women in particular were going out and bought an ising and looking for funds in the wild and buying. Funds from nursery such as the famous and now defunct lodges of London with the huge glasshouses, and these were really desirable things to own back. Then the talent teradata mania was coined by Sir Charles Kingsley and he wrote your daughter's perhaps I've been seized with the prevailing Tareyton mania and are collecting bind funds with wards cases where into keep them for it's you have to pay and wrangling over unpronounceable names of species which seemed to be different in each new book that they buy till the territory mania seems to you somewhat of a ball. So that might be familiar. Scenario of of wrangling over the names and buying the special equipment, the wards cases, which is just the original server terrariums plots in. So that is an illustration of the fact, this is not a new a new thing. Plunk raises a bit around forever I mean even Coleus those cheapest chips plants that you can buy very very easily are certainly not subject to a premium. These days were at one point something, very new, exciting and expensive. If you check out Dr Catherine, Horwitz Book Potted Histories, you'll find out that a dozen new coleus hybrids sold at auction by the RHS's one, hundred, sixty, eight when for three, hundred, ninety pounds. How much three hundred ninety pounds is worth today about thirty thousand pounds so As I say it's not new and equally even further back in history chilly fever and sixteen thirties same time citrus trees also massive status symbol mainly because you needed an orangerie to keep them in. So. Wild prices for applauds are nothing new
"twenty five pounds" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Lost twenty five pounds she's five feet one shed some nausea when choose eating had an MRI children eight and a half by four and a half centimeter mass in the hand Singh Saud mass in the upper pulled the left kidney and what examined her and we talked about all the options and we offered her biopsy and she wanted a biopsy to prove that his kidney cancer we encourage that the surgeons usually remove the kidney without proof and we don't like that very much because it can make serious mistakes and sometimes sad to say they remove the kidney and there's no cancer so what do they do that the next day they say Hey Mrs Jones good news there's no cancer in Mrs Jones says but you took out my kidney and throw the garbage out my kidney back what we don't do things like that here at radio surgery New York we offer biopsy which is painless and easy showed a biopsy and she was treated with non invasive radiosurgery for kidney cancer years ago and she has a new skin now she came in this week she and her husband and we compare the new and the old fact independent radiologists top independent radiologists compared and showed that she's in remission doing well and this is the work that we do many people ask for Dr Lieberman what happens when you treat a patient well of course we wanna follow that patient wanna make sure the treatment successful one make sure the patient is fine and will follow the patient for the rest of our lives decades why because if the patient wants and everything's based on what the patient wants we believe the patient is the president of the United States of his or her body my name's actually terminal B. right back numbers mean much to me because of prostate cancer I'm John he brags the number two for my step father who died of prostate cancer and my uncle who suffered so much after prostate cancer surgery the number fifteen fifteen years since Dr Lieberman successful treatment of my.
'The Mountain' from Game of Thrones picks up 1,104 pounds to set deadlift world record
"And others have tore Bjorn since as the world record the deadlift wasting one thousand one hundred and four point five two pounds the six nine four hundred twenty five pound your since at the mark it is native Iceland known as the war is best known for his role the mountain in the HBO series game of thrones a true
TV's 'Mountain' takes deadlift throne at 1,104 lbs.
"In power lifting news have Thor Bjornsson set a world record in the deadlift today hoisting one thousand one hundred and four point fifty two pounds you watch HBO's game of thrones you know him as the mountain the six foot nine four hundred and twenty five pound native of Iceland told ESPN afterward I believe today I could have done more but most the point I'm happy with
What's the Deal with Digestive Issues and Anxiety?
"You know that you have anywhere from five to twenty five pounds of waste throughout your digestive tract gross? Yeah is that true? Absolutely absolutely I knew secretly. I weighed one hundred twenty pounds. Why are you laughing? That's a walk like in me like like time at one time so now imagine how much easier it would be to run away from a bear if you could instantly drop a bunch of that way got it. I'll look at you. You're so clever right at you. That's going to stick with me you. That's an and I kind of I think to when I'm working out and doing squats lunges with a ten pound weight versus without the way it is significantly new fart. Oh Geez no. But that's more exciting line of thought but now it's just a lot easier without the ten point eight. It's like as soon as I drop that weight like. Oh this is effortless like I could do lots forever or lunges forever and so obviously it makes sense to want to kind of our body to clear itself out if we need to run if we need to run dropping up to twenty five pounds is GonNa make us a bit faster when we're that much later. Yeah I remember when Panicked like was a was brand new and and sort of bewildering for me This is this is pre you by the way and understanding the stress response understanding that your body totally evacuates waste understanding why you sweat. Karen Young talked about this recently. We've talked about it in the stress response before but understand that. Your eyes dilate. I think right you're hearing something happens to the hearing your all the blood rushes to your internal organs away from your arms which they get cold and tingling understanding. Why your body has evolved to do this? An- Wi- is fascinating to me. Love that stuff. Yes so I mean. When we're in the midst of a threat you know fighting or running for our lives the only essential functions. We really need in. The face of that. Threat is breathing circulation and use of our big muscles so when we enter that fight or flight mode our body decreases blood flow Terai digestive tract and without that blood supply digestion. Just doesn't happen and so that's why we feel that nausea or that you know very significant urge to go to the bathroom. You know it. Tell me why this would happen. So I if I I feel like I just had a nervous life growing up so I always had that sort of like. Ibs Ish life. This is so gross. I'm never going to get married. That's you know that's fine. I'm uncomfortable but guys sorry or or ladies. I'm like one step away like one going out to the barons weapons anyway. I I always had that sort of like until I started. Dealing with anxiety look sorta how upset like permanently upset stomach anyway but something weird would happen to me when like after a panic attack like after it all like I would have like a rock in my stomach like it seemed like it. Yeah sure feeling like stomach yeah. Nothing would like evacuate. It just felt like I couldn't or or maybe this isn't related at all but the sensation of like you can't swallow as one thing you know like a lot of people have that but if I was eating something and then got nervous it felt like sat my chest like that's the muscles and Chen for sure this tension Chen and sometimes it can be if it feels like something is just sitting there Especially if it's like in your stomach can also be indigestion like your body's not digesting the food and I can feel a little bit like a rock lead like stomach and you may not get noticed like like it never really worried me. Maybe it's I always felt like us like some gross but it wasn't a sticky thing for me. I know this really freaks people out though. I mean a metaphor which is kind of that. Fear of throwing up is yeah. That was how that was one of the ways my anxiety first manifested when I was younger and when I'm stressed the first thing the first place it shows up is my gut for some people. It's muscle tension headaches fluttering. That stuff is kind of down the line for me. The first thing my body's first. Hey you know. I'm Kinda stressed and overworked and burnt-out and slow down. Its I Q. Is that indigestion? Heartburn them bit just unsettled. Nece and in my stomach's now that you say that. Whenever I'm like stressed to the Max I do get some especially night like heartburn. But it's on me the whole thing with anxiety like it's all of US experienced probably similar. Things is just what we what gets sticky right. It's kind of what we misinterpret so you. It's like digestive. Upset is just digestive upset for like that. It's just sort of like well. Yeah for me. It dumps towards. Oh my gosh. If anyone heard I think it was episode thirty to remember when like one of my it would jump to all my gosh. What if I put my pants like what is i? Put My Hanson. What if I throw up front of everybody like it wasn't just digestive upset? Okay so sorry. In the moment it feels like absolutely mortified in the worst thing. That can happen and unacceptable. Like now when I look back it is. It's funny and it makes people laugh and that's okay I'm cool. I'm cool with
Punter steals show at combine on bench press
"The guy who stole the show in the bench press was a hunter from Arizona state Richard Turner twenty five reps of two hundred twenty five pounds he's the nephew a longtime NFL punter Matt Turk meanwhile LSU tight end Thaddeus moss the son of hall of Famer Randy moss showed up discovered to have a broken
Punter steals show at combine on bench press
"At the NFL combine today Arizona state's Michael Turk put up twenty five reps in the bench you to order twenty five pounds no big deal you're probably thinking but did I mention he's a punter he was the only kicker or punter to take part in the bench press at the combine you can put the ball to average forty six yards this past
AMBER ALERT: Regional alert issued for 10-year-old Houston boy
"An amber alert has been issued for a ten year old Houston boy police say was taken by his mother's ex girlfriend Sunday evening the boy is black and Hispanic four foot ten one hundred ten to one hundred twenty pounds last seen wearing blue Texan sweat pants with Texans written down the side it's also wearing brightly colored Nike shoes with yellow orange and blue suspect is thirty year old Nicole Harrison is about five foot six and weighs about one hundred twenty five pounds she has black hair and brown eyes there's no car involved
The weight loss surgery decision
"So take us to the moment that you so you. You had gastric bypass take us to the moment that you decided you needed to get it. Well seven and I was three hundred and twenty five pounds and I you know I had some close friends who like came to Manson's like you really need to you know improve your health somehow and so And Linda October of two thousand eighteen. I got you I had to go in for some blood. Testing like doctor called me a few hours later. Says you got I want you. He's come into the office and you know he had me that. I wasn't diabetic. So that really hit home as to I have to start looking at Ways to improve my health and a lot and I. I've tried losing weight over the years and I've I've lived ten pounds gained gained fifteen lose twenty gate and gain twenty two so my back was kind of against the wall there and I went in foot to a diabetes. Vdi Workshop and when I met the new Dietician Outpatient Dietitian. And then she put me on a program to start losing weight which I lost a couple pounds and then she raised the issue. Have you ever thought about You know gastric bypass and then that kind of got the ball rolling there. So when did you have your surgery. I had a mid July last year in July seventeenth. And how much weight have you lost. So far I've lost one hundred and twenty pounds. How would you say that your life is different? It's now that you're a hundred and twenty pounds lighter. I mean the list goes on and on the improvements. You know I I've been I was taken off my They met foreign the diabetes medication that I was on. I was taken off of that. 'CAUSE You know I you know. My diabetes is in remission at my blood tests. All show that by glucose level is always hovering of the healthy range. You know was hovering over two hundred What I was way overweight? And now it's hovering around seventy nine in the mid seventies I flew to had two two or three very long airplane. Flights and I was able to sit in my seat with an without having to seatbelt. extender you know that. That seems like a small thing to some people like it was like a you know to me. It was like a kid on at Christmas. So it was like the coolest thing. Yeah I'm sleeping better. I was two years ago when I was working. I was notting all the time. I had to stand up to keep myself to stay awake through my to stay. Ah Stay awake while I was working on important tasks and now like I am sleeping very good for different tire. Nice now you know. That's all from my weight loss.
King Arthur Flour expands flour recall over E. coli concerns
"More King Arthur flour his being recalled over concerns about possible E. coli contamination this recall expands upon one that happened back in June king Arthur's recalling some lots of five and twenty five pound bags of their flower consumers are being told to discard the product and submit claims for refunds through their website the we called King Arthur flour bags are sold by retailers and distributors across the country and was also sold on the company's website in their catalog and at its store in
How Are Maine Coons Different From Other Cats?
"Friendly intelligent and huge. Maine coon's are rugged longhaired cat breed. That's become a favourite of Phelan fans everywhere from the breeds mysterious origins to its oddly dog like behavior Maine coon's. Aren't your average everyday house cats first off. They're the largest of all domesticated cat breeds. They gain as much as two pounds. That's about a kilogram per month during their growing cycle which ends at about four years of age which which is more than quadruple the maturity time of other breeds well most adult cats way about seven pounds. That's around three kilos. Maine coon male cats tip the scales up to twenty five pounds or eleven kilos females typically weigh in at about twenty pounds or nine kilos. Maine coon's are also some of the world's longest domesticated. It'd cats in terms of physical link as well as in terms of time since domestication both male and female. Maine coon's typically reach up to forty inches. That's a meter for in length from their noses to the tips of their bushy tails and although the main coon is often regarded as America's first domesticated breed. It's ancestry is shrouded in mystery jury advances in genetic testing could help identify the Maine coon's ancient relatives which may have accompanied the Vikings on their exploratory voyages. There is one origin story you however that may have resulted in the breed's distinctive name Captain Charles Kuhn kept longhaired cats on board when he sailed from England to New England ports during the late seventeenth seventeen in early eighteen hundreds legend has it that when Kuhn anchored his ship in New England ports his cats would slip away to mate with local felines although it is is steeped in speculation this long-standing folk story purports that these long haired Kitten or referred to as coon's cats the Maine coon's origins may be Murky Erkki but its future looks clear in nineteen eighty-five the main coon was declared the official state cat of Maine and as twenty eighteen the main coon was the fifth most popular breed in the United States a Maine coon even had a pivotal role in the Harry Potter films as Mrs Norris The pet cat of Custodian Mr Filch her claim to fame besides starring starring in one of the hottest film franchises of all time was stopping on command as she paced the halls of hogwarts. Many Maine coon's can be trained the way that you train a dog this intelligent and eager to please breed exhibits a few doglike tendencies such as following their owners between rooms and the capacity to and interested in responding well to training with the assistance of training techniques like using a clicker that makes a clip indistinct sound followed by treats. A Maine coon's behavior can be harnessed though despite popular perceptions options just about any cat can be trained using these tools if you keep at it and that training can help keep house cats stimulated satisfied and physically fit. Most cats have an aversion to getting wet but not so Maine coon's equipped with water resistant for these be lines. Don't mind taking a bath are known for joining humans in the shower the even go for a swim for example tizzy a five year old. Maine coon from Pennsylvania made headlines for taking laps in her family's swimming pool something she likes to do on a regular racists during the summer months and in two thousand and four a Maine coon named a little nicky became the first pet animal to be cloned commercially after Little Nicky died at the age of seventeen his Dallas. Area owner paid fifty thousand dollars to have little nicky's. DNA transplanted into an egg cell. A surrogate mother cat carried the embryo and Walla a kitten similar in appearance and personality too Little
3 Strategies to Start Finishing What Matters Most with Charlie Gilkey
"Charlie say what's up to fire nation and share something interesting about yourself. Most people don't know what's up fire nation. What most people don't know is that over the last three months? I've lost twenty five pounds man. I get after it a AH packed on some extra weight over the years and then a book will make you added some additional weight so I was like you know I gotTa take seriously so I got after it. What would you say is the biggest against reason that you lost the weight Diet Bar none? I went on a pretty strange Paleo Diet which is really good for my body but the thing is rose like you can't can't out train a bad diet you just can't and so I was like no matter what I do I gotta fix that and I'd layered on some hired a personal trainer but barnum and the Diet can't train a bad diets and other way to put this is you can't out exercise your mouth fire nation truth straight truth man. Dan and that's brilliant virtual trainers so key fire nation. I mean I've had jeff work and me out four days a week for years now and yes. He's on video want zoom but man. He's still yells at me. He's still gets my form inaction. He still make sure that I am pushing it to the limits. That accountability is absolutely key and guess is what Fire Nation Accountability also helps you finish what matters most and that's we're talking about today the three strategies to start finishing what matters most so oh I m brought Charlie on the Mike because he's obviously got his book start finishing on the shelves right now so let's just dive into why don't people work on ideas and projects that most light them up Charlie. You know that's really interesting and it's counterintuitive because the more that something matters to you the more you'll thrash witted like no one has an existential crisis overtaken the garbage out or doing the dishes like we don't get really worked up in knots about that but when it really matters that book you want to write that business you WanNa start that relationship that you want to take further. All those things are things that actually make it harder to do the thing that most fire you up am mm-hmm. Unfortunately I think our wiring is the opposite. We think that if it lights us up we will want to do it more in in some ways that's true but when it comes time to actually take those steps steps we don't do it and so I think starting with that is is one place it's helpful a lot of people and the other thing about it is as soon soon as you start doing that work the thrashing that I just mentioned which is that middle flailing that sorta you're working around the project but not really pushing it forward word like that rocking chair that does a lot of motion Denver gets anywhere. That's thrashing when you do that. It's really one of those things where many people again again take that as a sign as they're working on the wrong thing. They see those challenges at sea that emotional sort of process and flailing are going through something wrong but that's just part of the process process and so you know anything that's really worked doing is one. We're doing bad in the beginning but it's also worth going through those hard parts. I love that visual will fire nation think about. Are you a rocking chair a lot of motion but not getting anywhere. You're just there rocking back and forth like yes. There's things that are happening. Motions happen your quote unquote busy but are you producing the right content. Are you actually getting somewhere. Are you actually working on the ideas and the projects that fire you up now. Prioritizing projects is something that's a lot of people struggle with and then you know once they prioritize them Castilla matter take the next step actually getting them done so. How can we first off get better prioritizing and secondly actually get those things done the first thing to think about it? The more priorities you have the less weighty each priority is and so if you have too many priorities you actually have none and so the first thing did you do when you prioritize and I think this sounds obvious John but so many people start with a list of seventeen different priorities and then try to figure it out what really getting clear that you know usually there are three to five things really matter the most and focus on those in go through that process where you have to understand that your reach will always exceed your grasp. You'll never be able to do all the things you think you might want to do and that's just part of being human but when you accept that you can get down to. Do you know that three to five I call it the five projects John and it's really a much more nerdy way of thinking so the longer version is no more than five active projects projects at any given time perspective so let me unpack that just a little bit no more than five active products active projects are the ones that you're actually pushing for your work. They're on your virtual or physical desktop. You're touching them on a daily basis pertemps perspective It gets easier when you think you know I've got five no more than five five weeks size projects that can push for this week and people are like There's no way that I can do that but we really look down to what people actually get done unless you John Lee Dumas. You're not doing more than three to five anyways like when you really look at the end of the week of things that matter most you might push five significant projects forward at at that time slice and if we zoom up to the monthly perspective of the same sort of thing we just look at how those products are contained how those weekly sized products containing them onsite products and so on and once you get better at that and choosing from the beginning like at the end of the week. These are the five thing the five projects that I want to have made significant ignificant progress on it's easier because it lets you filter out everything that doesn't matter and so you put the work at the beginning rather than putting the work. Every we damn day where you're trying to figure out what am I going to do today or you know at the end of the what should have done like you just make that those tougher costs the beginning and actually once you give yourself self that space to do it makes pushing those projects to done a lot better known applause here because what I like people to think about as momentum mental here if you finish three significant strategic worthy product our projects a week and you do that every week you Iraq up so many more wins than what most people will achieve most months anyways so people tend to look at like wildfire projects this week. That doesn't get me very far. It's not the week it's stacking those bricks week after week in seeing those results and that's how you're going to one beat yourself but you'll also start laughing other people who are still flailing and trying to figure out which of the seventeenth things that they think our priorities are actually going to fire nation. Let's talk about this second. If you're prioritizing everything or for seventeen things or twenty four things you're prioritizing nothing. Three to five is the Max and Charlie as you said no more than five have active projects at any given time or on the exact same page when I created the mastery journal for Focus sessions that's all I give you any given day if if you follow the process of the mastery journal about being productive disciplined and focused four focus actions and if you are taking those four focused sessions in your diving in two for specific tasks that you want to get done and sometimes you're gonNA use two or three of those focuses for just one task because it's the compound compound effect of actually completing projects you know that person that has seventy four tabs open on their desktop. Guess what they're completing anything on those tabs but if you just have one two three four five tabs open in your goal is to just get that done today you're going to win. The compound affects affects GonNa work. One percent better the slight edge. It's all real fire nation. So what should we do when others don't believe in our projects or ideas just like we have these ideas. We're going to keep it to three to five. We're listening to John and Charlie but everybody else is just like now. That's just that's not gonNA work brow that. She's not GonNa Happen Arpan. What do we do them well? I think you WANNA look at those people who don't believe in an into two different camps right so what are the naysayers and the naysayers are those people who are mostly what you you just said. Their gender like NAS NOT GONNA work. You don't have what it takes. You're not ready so and so forth now the thing about a true naysayer is much like you know what Taylor swift upset about haters haters gonNA hate. They're just going to do that. They're invested in that in different ways. You're not ever going to convince them or switch them. That like what you're doing is important Horton so stop destroyed limit contact. Don't talk about the project do your thing put some points on the board and if they really needed to see some points on the board to believe in you then they will but if they are going to be haters they're going to look at your point to not carry anyways your fundamentally focusing on the wrong thing so doesn't nice airs dealers are different Bro because has developers. Are those a well meaning people that once you talk to them they want to have that sort of quote unquote helpful suggestion or they want to do something thing. That makes you feel worse like every time you talk to derail her with your project. You feel worse and the hard thing is sometimes the people you love the most and the people you're close to be derailed so dealers. It's not the complete avoidance that I just mentioned naysayers. It's actually figuring out strategically how aware you're going to engage with them so that you actually can at least not have this negative for such a pushing against everyday because your project if it really matters to you it's GonNa be hard enough on on song and then you have just the general pressures of life like you don't need to add this additional sort of weight of naysayers in derails on top of it but they're different and I think too many people try to long to convince naysayers to get on their side and fundamentally don't and then and they spend too much time caught up in derailing but I really want people to focus on our your. Ac these are those people John who once you start talking about they believe in you they have have your back is there's like when you talk about like of course you should do that. I've been waiting on you to do that right. You want to focus on those naysayers and edgy start building. I don't know how much time we have air bet. There's four types of people that I like people to put in their orbit round projects in their work yeah. Let's do it good so they're guides. which are people people who have walked the road a little bit longer than you are there? You're Yoda as it were. They're not gonNA work on the project with you but they're going to be over there saying cryptic things like use the force or you know be yourself to never make sense in the moment but you understand it later. So those are your guides. The second are your peers and these are the people that are sort of at your shoulder shoulder shelter with you. Pushing you you forward these might be your mastermind buddies or coaches those friends and people in your orbit that really liked you up but they're still not in the project. Third is the supporters which of the people in the project working with you pushing it now what I didn't mention earlier as a project doesn't necessarily have to be like work focused in my definition of project is anything anything that takes time energy and attention to complete which means all those life projects that you're not getting to one of the reasons you're not getting to them is because they're still ideas. Yes we don't do ideas we do projects and because you probably attached more weight on work projects than life projects right and so I thought that thin- because when you think about who's in your support it could be your partner. It could be the neighbor kids who watch your kids in animals so you can focus during those focus blocks we just talked about and get some mm stuff done okay and then the fourth per the fourth kind of person in here and this is super critical John. Are you beneficiaries who will be better off when you finish your project. Why how will their world be better? What will they be able to do because you can play that project and what's super important about your beneficiaries is one whenever ever you get stuck? You have a real person you can reach out to and say hey. I'm need some guidance here. I'm wondering about some things off of you is what I'm doing working and you get that real oh feedback as opposed to some random advertiser out there. Some you know forty five year old soccer mom in Indiana who you can't reach out to that. That's not very useful but the second thing is it makes it really real that there's that particular person that you know that if you don't do your work their life is worse off right. When you WanNa quit you think man what about John What about Sally? What about Henry like if I don't do this work? They're not better off in sometimes sometimes John. That's just the additional fuel that you need to to get out of whatever head trash. You've got going on to get out of whatever you know stuff. That's got you stuck stuck you so you know what like there there. I'm here to take care of them. I'm here to create this thing for them and I'm not gonna go even if I'm able to like give about myself. I'm not giving up on them and I'm GonNa see this through fire nation a lot to to and pack here but I'm just going to burn through its haters GonNa. Hey Hey hey hey hate focus on the yea-sayers I love that phrase focus on the mayors and what were those four guides peers supporters orders beneficiaries and
How Does Sugar Affect Your Skin?
"Today's episode is all about the way that sugar affects. She skidded yea. May I just Do you scoffed a big travel before the nice kind of gin and tonic on the go so we are so mingun. We we practice what we pray is like when we did the episode on alcohol and widely before we pissed. I we pitched put logic tone it down a well essentially we will researching something else weren't we and we came across the fact that apparently sugar is just really bad voice skin and I wasn't necessarily aware how how it would affect you. I thought it would be one of those things where it's like. It's not good fiercer. It's just inflammation Blah. Blah Blah Blah is such is so much more than that so complicated as an yeah than what you decide later. I'm not sad you explain later yeah so it's basically a process called. Glock Asian which we have briefly touched upon him in a previous this episode but we figured that we could do a full APP kind of based around that I think is quite interesting. This CPR interest in yeah definitely so we're going to run through the effects of a high sugar diet on skin what Greg Haitian isn't Halloween takes how should not change just a chemical might befall cells cells and then waste fight it so. Would you like to start aims. Gonave looks quietly into having high sugar diet. Yes so I'm just GONNA look in general roll out. How your skin reactive you do have a high sugar diet so the swan excess sugar in your bloodstream what you just said it causes glaciation and like we just mentioned y'all. You're going to go into this a little bit more later in a nutshell this is basically a natural chemical reaction which happens when the sugar levels in your bloodstream spike beyond were aw insulin can handle yeah if you are diabetic. You'll probably know Alaba this anyway or if you know somebody who's diabetic you understand what like spikes spikes insulin levels and that kind of thing means but essentially body can handle a certain amount It's a very individual thing but there's a lot of people who are diabetic after look the glycemic index of food or drink ozone and figure out whether it's going to balance them out or whether it's going to be too much for them or whether they need it's bring them back up so as a safe or a healthy blood sugar level and like we said. I'm going to speaking about that a little bit later by just thought my aunt that people might already understand John. Without mains. Yes so I'll let you go into cash. I've a few notes on a poor. Yeah we rock paper scissors all night long for the traces precision explaining it to me yes so essentially glaciation is when you say this an excessive sugar in your blood screen blitzkrieg. God help screen and you bloodstream it causes a process called which is a chemical reaction within our bodies. He's that happens when we spike are interesting can handle and essentially just creates a situation in yourselves whereby the sugar touches to the collagen Jim Protein and then it stops it from forming a strong structure so it makes you am super wrinkly basically just means means that you you collagen cells gone before us in family would and can every up we talk about how important college and it is important to keep it healthy and yeah and and something that you can do obviously take collagen supplements. We looked into that didn't win and we were like said in the last APP baffled pleasantly surprised yeah that it did actually work like said before. We've we look at loads of papers and stuff you picking off your godly twenty five pound. A nail picks up in the morning. Oh God of warnaco longest. She's right now picking off a jails and struck me to the joke on the floor screw anyway yes so the Asian takes it starts to show kind of at the age of thirty to thirty five issued a high sugar diet and essentially wants your cells under the process of Glide Keisha and there's a new I use substances created and thus of disrupts the mall so is actually something is called an age which is quite appropriate because it makes you skin look aged am boy. It's they advance graduation end products and it's just really destructive site just breaks down the last in degrades Collagen. an like we said that is walks. What's key to making sure the ISKIN supply and fences loads of things we can do to protect those proteins and having a high sugar diet is just really bad for your Well well really bad. Few Salvos obviously is not good for you and it's worth me saying now as well that when we're talking about sugary diet we're not talking about naked a bag of haribo unlock. Vena home a coke install yeah because they are sugary. Obviously they do need to avoid them book. If you have a really high diet in fruit and vegetables and obviously quite love Veg- is quite Karbi fruits quite Karbi that breaks down into sugar if they're quite sugary anyway that she natural sugars so if you sat listening thinking. Oh yes fine because I live a refined sugar free diet and that's still not really gonna do everything because chances are you probably just making up three refined sugar uh-huh by adding more fruit sugar on naturally occurring sugars and that's still a problem am now in terms of what occasion looks like you know when you see and I'm going to say an old an age on it but when you see wrinkles they all just kind of lines in one direction so they're like the not horizontal her is on the not vertical ever like dry sand in the desert yeah it it basically looks at cross hatched wrinkles said the skin isn't sagging being and it's not wrinkly. It's kind of both so it just looks like I don't know I'm looking at my knuckles right now and you see how because he's obviously they move in all different ways. You've a lot of lines running across your calls. looks like over your whole body so it's not just your face aces like your arms especially chest and like a for a woman steria and it happens quite a lot hands well especially when you have a loved. Sun Damage because that we set some damage and the free radicals caused by UV Navy be race breaks down Collagen cells as well so over time and this is why it kind of starts peak about thirty the if you'll start to notice it because it's not just the guy -cation so it'd be guy -cational sun damage it'll just be general aging anyway lack of the right vitamins any skin skin or lack of your body produce in highly acid and that kind of thing but have looked into a little bit about how you can fight guy -cation. If you would like me to go into that Kgo am so we are going to talk about expoliation in a couple of episodes time boats Ph as something I wanna go into took a poly hydroxy acid and is really gentle exfoliating or cycles of a B H h alpha or B. Two hydroxy acids. This all sounds very confusing but trust me. I WANNA try and make it simple is really good at helping fight any of the signs of aging through Keisha and but in terms of Dui -cation what you can do is you can live a low glycemic index indexed diet so you want to be in slow releasing carbohydrates like Brown bread able white bread. No sometimes we put up with care about the calories but there's just a lot more sugar in white bread than there is Brownback bread so it will stop inching levels from spike in and then go over the threshold for what your body can actually handle because that's that was soon as you go over. Dot Thousand Locations starts to happen and so there's another thing that you can take. It's called con seen if you go to the gym cry allow you take supplements for the GM a lot of people or bodybuilders or people trying to build Moso will take Elkana scene and that AH really useful for repair muscle so he's on a very cellular level e Cantate Casino L. Cost Nine. Don't I did look into the differences between the an AH couldn't find anything that really made sense to me to relate on here book of essays during the similar thing so it's helping to repair anything if you start taking cau- aw colonising then you might notice a difference in your skin but like said this takes a long time to happen so if you want into go if you're into supplements and I would suggest carnoustie because it's could risk in any way and then I read that if you take vitamins B one B six. They're really good for as as well so essentially they all worked together to get in there and breakdown that protein so you know I was talking about their advance Caucasian and yet products dot is a protein eighteen breaks the Collagen and lasted. If you'd have these vitamins might coniston and things like that it will it will go in and it will try and kill the age so a- as soon as you start to kill that then you lesson you Collagen bill back up again and beal healthy and super quickly be one vitamin B. One is phoned in chickpeas summon potatoes which is great for me because I do level of. Am A CHICKPEA and summon Corey be six is found in polk sunflower seeds and wheat germ so no could have fun of pork are usually all. Could you make a sexually free poll. I mean to make his own sexual. Weird is a nice word that you don't you don't want pork. I'm sure you're going to gross tomorrow autozone. NFL So little store here Charlie doesn't e- Any me she panics harian aside chicken anya yeah so you still eat chicken. Can you still want yeah so she's been given up. She's giving up pork for like as long as deep without Habana. Yes so Alex's parents donahue. Don't who if ever you go round she'll make some knows yeah well. It's the it's the fact that I'll around to Alex's house in his mom is like pro- Wpro like she even has airbnb is like she runs Rhone Airbnb so much of a fantastic Hoshi as so now she knows that basically basically I just eat fish and chicken. She will make a fish dish a chicken dish and often then she'll make something different like beef or pork or Lama weather weather for everybody else so I used to love a hog roast and there's a whole grossed thing happen tomorrow and you're going to go no but the problem is I know the Alex's mom wouldn't be asked if a bit of the pork because they were my favorite however number one soon as see the pig on a stick. I'm probably going to be like a company that and number two. She always makes an effort to to not give me pork. If I went in eight she'd be like she could eat quite easily be like I didn't need to use the effort because if you can eat now than you
"twenty five pounds" Discussed on The Jock and Nerd Podcast
"Six okay now is a hundred and twenty five pounds so from graduation day in high school to the first day of college i grew what six seven inches yeah and i gained thirty thirty pounds and you're still smaller guy but very very small still hall still not it's not i'm definitely not attractive to women measurements no not at all especially now with big old glasses i only had three pair of jeans at a pair of jogging pants when i stepped on camp so everyone's they knew i was wearing a brown quarter you know what i'm saying so i didn't have closed i didn't have a parents so as you could imagine it was hard for me in life was hard for me from the moment i start liking grows until i was about twenty one that's when you start getting like them all group here's what happened here is this is this is what happened like after my freshman year i went home i came back home and i worked at johnson products on eighty seven then the dan ryan 'em i was working in the warehouse wrapping up big old boxes of a carefree curl conditioner and shit like what were we shrink revenue big as 'em you know powers a box of this stuff for shipment around the world because you know carefree crow spills it back then in a but the summer after my sophomore year i stayed at school not want it to work out you ready for football and stuff like that and plus i don't wanna come home i have so much i was having fun even i wasn't successful women i was having fun in college so like i wanna stay down here you know because down here i could still party of a chicago you need a car the part i did have a car right right i mean so a through my freshman year like when i came on campus i had like a little scottie pippen low early scottie pippen the low hops the low yeah not the half laptop like what do you head toward the end of his career i had a low flat top okay right but i shaved it down and i was like fading my own hair will cut my own hair were clip where people eating back then yeah yeah yeah yeah okay all right all right black folks were black folks around ninety what we're no no no this is yeah ninety one okay so i'm ninety one ninety two though yeah i got no stumbling so here's what happened i was fading my heroine day okay the summer after my the some after my sophomore year i came home real quick to get contacts and glasses anymore in readout anyone i don't want anymore because when i would go out kicking it in the wintertime walk out the club and you're glasses fog up and you can see nobody everybody could see a glass of the false any growth that might have been entrusted is like this due to the lane this is the club down eastern at easter yeah okay yeah yes what was the late night thing you could get in what did you have a faker was at the bar in my freshman year oh yeah of course okay that's the second thing i did at school will cause at u of i they are drinking age is now you you could get in the bars nineteen which is what are we gonna lay things still a lot of hp and i graduated i don't turn turn eighteen until a month after i graduated high school okay so i came home i got contacts i go back to school and i'm fading my hair getting ready to go out and i messed up my fate in a on my fucking i'm shaving and all so i shave my whole head shaved a ball and the girls went wild i saw well your glasses that got context i like you'll ball hit oh okay okay okay and this is before onyx came out with that slams saw couldn't say oh you just did that because unexplained like a month and a half later on nixon's album dropped in arab i thought i was like people don't.
"twenty five pounds" Discussed on 710 WOR
"There's no charge no obligation. You'll see examples, you'll see cat scans of women who have big breast masses treated successfully. Here is see pictures of their breasts before and after treatment what it looks like this is the work that we do. And we have lots of information we're here to educate an offer fall, the options talking about a man is eighty four years old. He came to me, and he had a ureter cancer cancer, the year or the years to between the kidney and the bladder, we had this cancer. He lost twenty five pounds. His wife died. He was widowed yet to children yet, history prostate disease and a year ago. He came to me that some kind of something was something done by somebody urologists president. Oh, what? And they diagnosed year. Or cancer. And he came to me with this year. It or cancer. He lost twenty five pounds when from one seventy five to one fifty wasn't a smoker and examined him. And he had an incision his abdomen. Didn't know what it was and it was the strangest thing. So we got his records who got him staged up for year to cancer, and we found out that the urology doctor cut out his kidney and ureter without informing the patient. The patient said he knew nothing about getting his kidney inured or removed. If you could believe that I believe him. And he came to me. He thinking he had a massive cancern his abdomen on the ureter, and we staged them up the ureter kidney were gone, it was thrown at a bucket in the hospital and that was last year. Then he came this year for a checkup, and we checked up and found this cancers traveled to the neck that surgery really didn't do its job. The purpose of surgery was to cure them, and now the cancers traveled to the lymph nodes, and this is also the work we do had he come to us first. We would've talked about all the options including non invasive treatment for your cancers and kidney cancers, and bladder cancers and other cancers, but sad to say the surgeon remove the kidney and the ureter seems like without telling him. And now a year later, the catches traveled to the neck as a mass, thereby pet scan. We got the pets can we staged him up and we've offered a biopsy to prove to him a hundred. Percents that this is a recurrence of zero cancer traveled to the neck and we talk about all the options, including chemo and radiation, and surgery, and also more precise treatment like ours. And why do people like are driven, well, because it's more focused, less collateral effects with chemo. Cuma doesn't care anybody with your cancer, he's already had surgery said to say that seem to help much. So the beautiful thing.
How will the European Parliament election play out in the United Kingdom?
"Gregory Copley the editor and publisher of defense and foreign affairs is an Australian observing the squabbles. In London over Brexit, more than that, the ability of democracy, parliamentary democracies such as Great Britain to transform itself in the face of obstacles, the story. So far says that the Prime Minister Theresa may is extremely unpopular because of our inability to convince a majority of her own party to endorse her Brexit plan leaving the EU in adequate time the final vote is now delayed until the end of October of this year. But that opens up lots of maneuvering in Great Britain futures since we've all agreed. According to the economists that Theresa May will not be the. Premier in two twenty twenty Gregory very good evening to you. I know that complicating all this for American voters because after all every two years or four years we've vote for this party or that party, very fixed. But there's another election coming up an election for the European Union that introduces a wildcard into the British parliamentary system, what is the Brexit party? Where did it come from? Why is it suddenly popular? Good evening to you. Good evening. John bell. It is interesting elections was forthwith kinds of probabilities and possibilities. But the European Union the European parliament elections coming up this month and actually Britain was not due to contest those elections again because it it should have withdrawn from from the European Union by the state the fact that the the British parliament agreed with the European Union to delay the British until October amid the that the UK head to once again contest, you opinion, European parliamentary elections. So the Brexit potty, which we knew was in the wings because because it was announced in January that that it would be formed in the event that that they record it, neca. And it was it was announced Lasi at the behest. All Nigel Farraj who had established and run the potty United Kingdom into independence potty. Now. He'd lift you Kip because it's not the become a haven for all of the extremists. If you like who opposed to to the present government, but so Nigel left that once it wants, the it became clear that Britain would have a referendum on on the withdrawal from the European Union Nigel tell me a couple of years ago that if Britain didn't exit on schedule made promise to. He would get back into politics. Pullman new poppy and go to the jugular if you like against the existing British potties. So the job of the Brexit potty is to contest the the may parliamentary European parliamentary elections right now. Brexit' body looks like it's going to take about thirty percent of the British fights for those British say to that that's way ahead of presentable Leiva, which which has been looks like it will take about twenty one percent of the votes conservative. The county ruling potty take about thirteen percent of the vote the Liberal Democrats ten to the green party nine percent. And and so on so basically you've got a wreck potty which from to to now has. Closed itself to to gather a huge following on much in mind of the beginning of may, actually, the the Brexit potty launch website and invited membership within two days. Some eighty five thousand people to join the party at twenty five pounds a head. So that raised about two point eight million dollars than an anonymous data put in another hundred thousand pounds, and then one of the conservative party biggest diners cannon city would not support the conservatives anymore and gave an immediate two hundred thousand pounds about you know, close to three hundred to two hundred eighty thousand so sixty two hundred sixty thousand US dollars. So now, we've got this party which is getting a lot of fund. It's got candidates across the board. It's registered as a British political party. So it can can contest elections across the United Kingdom. This is this is very significant because when the elections take place, and if as we expect the vixen potty will take the bulk of the of the British in the European parliament, then Farraj will tell us if it's too domestic creating Brexit. So therefore, the Brexit party is not an end in itself because natural Farraj does not believe in the European Union, nor does he believe that Britain. Will Britain's future is in your opinion. He's running for parliament, he well, he just he discourages a Britain to pay attention to in future, the European Union parliament, he's and and the way to interpret then this than is that he's setting up himself as a power in the British parliament. But he's not going to have a seat there. So how did he go from doing very well in the headline? Lines for the parliamentary vote in Brussels to doing very well in the the next election for Britain. Well, obviously win the next election takes place. The Brexit potty as registered Patty cannon will field candidates that already. They polling for a forthcoming election shipping, it takes place within the next year or so which is quite likely would would put the Brexit potty as one if the most significant hottie in Westminster, and it could pull McCullough's and govern paps with the Tories the rump of the Tory potty, but we have to wait and see that makes you could continue to gain momentum. I think that stayed will have to obviously lay out a comprehensive program of a policies. It may need actually also a change its name. So that it. Doesn't look like a one note when the song. And I think that's quite within the Cavs. But right now, not you'll prize wants to galvanize the potty around the immediate objective of saving Britain from being lost into the into the European Union forever, which is basically the alternative which MRs may. And Jeremy Cohen, the leader of the labour party, maybe taking now the vote is not gonna be enough Taybeh to determine what the Britain's gonna do. It's gonna be in June. This is going to be the fourth time. This is my his taken to parliament proposal to leave the European Union with the deal, which means luck. It's a into long-term trade deals with or a customs union of a sewed with European Union. Jeremy Cohen wanted to keep Britain in the European Union as a member of a customs union, which would preclude Britain from creating trade deals with the United States, Canada, India, Australia, and the like which which is. The logical step. So what what we want to see from from Nigel Farraj is if he tackles that he would want to see Britain withdrawal without a deal. So that it's free to create trade deals with all of its great trading partners. Greg the Brexit party. I understand it's in Susie Azam that's responding to a new way forward. But do we know who it's a -tracting is it attracting Tories is it attracting the liberals is that attack attracting the breakaway labor? It's attracting people from all of those parties all of the major parties the the old left, right? I is not playing as well as it. Once did the the the labor and Britain, nor the conservatives actually seemed to stand for what they used to stand for or the reality may be that those positions within the British political spectrum on a longer balance. So so essentially, we are seeing a break up traditional politics in Britain. The same way as we we've seen it in in in France. But of course, the French have a greater tendency to move politically to create new potties lousy because of the interruption of World War Two which left them in a position where they they rebuild from scratch getting rid of the rump of the labor party, the conservative party, and the Liberal Democrats is gonna be the difficult thing. But if Brexit body comes in as a sizable force, then I think we'll see even more defections going along down the line. And maybe even a Benchley merger of whatever the new Brexit. Potty calls it self and the conservatives I'm speaking with Greg Copley way are speculating about possible turns in the road for Great Britain because of the paralysis that's Gregory that Greg uses that word in the headlines first analysis paralysis of the British parlor. Lamentably system
XL Men Demand Fashion: Are You Shaquille ONeals Big, Sexy Model?
"This episode of business wars daily is brought to you by zero to show a brand new podcast from octa. Every successful entrepreneur follows a different path. Learn how to forge your own by listening two zero two zero wherever you get your podcasts. From wondering, I'm David Brown. And this is business daily on this Wednesday, April twenty fourth one reporter Daphne Howland of the industry site, retail dive wrote about the explosion and women's plus size fashion. Something happened that surprised her larger men reached out to or saying they want the same kind of mainstream and high end fashion that plus size women are now finally enjoying about a third of American men are so called big and tall, but such larger sized clothing. Only accounts for ten percent of all menswear sales Forbes reports, but now there is a bit of increased attention to creating good-looking fashion for men who are taller and heavier than the average guy retail dives Jalan reports on a handful of specialty in mainstream companies paying attention, including the clothing box company, stitch fix and men's online retailer Benito's both recently. Attended their men's sizes to be more inclusive stitch fix told retail dive that when it announced an XL offering for men twenty five thousand customers signed up on a waiting list, and blogger called the Kirby fashion Easter lauded bonobos saying that this move is another validation that plus size men belong in mainstream fashion brands. Oh, and if you had noticed there's a walking billboard for fashionable big and tall men, and he's looking for you Shaquille O'Neal who stands seven foot one and weighs about three hundred twenty five pounds has a line of big and tall men's clothing, it JC Penney through Sunday shack is conducting a nationwide search for model his size. He's often called a giant. And there aren't many like him he acknowledges so pennies is working with a modeling agency will Amenas in what they call the biggest and tallest search around looking for shack says big and sexy guys. Like me, maybe the publicity will finally help this miniscule slice to the menswear market grow. A lot bigger. Rum. Wondering this business wars daily, if you find this story fund tweeted, would you word of mouth is how people find thanks so much for listening. I'm David Brown will see tomorrow. This episode of business was daily is brought to you by zero to PO a brand new podcast from octa zero IPO gets into the blood, sweat and tears of business growth. What it took for some of the world's most successful entrepreneurs to get to where they are today, and what they learned in the process. The first episode is a candid conversation with venture capitalist, Marc Andreessen. He's incredibly articulate and to the point with his advice to entrepreneurs right now about halfway through episode two which is all about what to do when you get your big idea. I can't get enough of zeroed IPO find it wherever you get your podcast.
"twenty five pounds" Discussed on 710 WOR
"There's no charges, no obligation. You'll see examples you'll see cat scans of women who had big breast masses treated successfully year is see pictures of their breasts before it after Jeevan what it looks like this is the work that we do. And we have lots of information we're here to educate an offer all the options talking about a man is eighty four years old. He came to me, and he had a ureter cancer cancer the year or the years to between the kidney and the bladder. We had this cancer. He lost twenty five pounds his wife died. He was widowed yet to children yet history prostate disease and. A year ago? He came to me at some kind of something was something done by somebody urologists president. Oh what? And they diagnosed geared or cancer. And he came to me with this year it or cancer he lost twenty five pounds. You went from one seventy five to one fifty wasn't a smoker, and I examined him, and he had an incision his abdomen. Be. And know what it was. And it was the strangest thing so we got his records who got him staged up for a year to cancer. And we found out that the urology doctor cut out his kidney and ureter without informing the patient. The patient said he knew nothing about getting his kidney inured or removed. If you could believe that I believe him. And he came to me he thinking the mass of cancer in his abdomen on the ureter. And we stayed them up. The ureter kidney were going. It was thrown in a bucket in the hospital and that was last year, then he came this year for a checkup, and we checked them up and found this cancers traveled to the neck that surgery really didn't do its job. The purpose of surgery was to cure them. And now, the cancers traveled to the lymph nodes, and this is also the work. We do had he come to us first. We would have talked about all the options, including non invasive treatment for your cancers and kidney cancers and bladder cancers in other cancers, but sad to say the surgeon removed the kidney and the ureter seems like without telling him and now a year later the catches traveled to the neck as a mass thereby pet scan. We got the pets. Can we staged them up? And we've offered a biopsy to prove to him a hundred. Percents that this is a recurrence of zero cancer traveled to the neck, and we talk about all the options, including chemo, and radiation and surgery and also more precise Jimmy like ours. Why do people like are driven well because.
"twenty five pounds" Discussed on Rotated Views
"Welcome welcome to the rotate of us podcast. We have Indian Mike Mulan, Joey where at Michael Mola's house. Thank you for opening up your huge gigantic four to five. Specifically nine hundred and twenty five pounds. I was like how did you get it off? With the help of friends. All right. So if you guys especially Indian, you're new to the show, if you don't mind, you know, for those of us who do not know you who who you are. And what you do. So. Yeah, it's I always find it easier to say when I don't do. It's it's interesting because I I like, I'm very curious. You know, so anytime, I see or experience something I wanna learn all about it and stuff. And so my two passions are cars and music and at an early age, I started tinkering would both when I realized I wasn't any good at playing any instrument, and I didn't wanna put anybody through that. I stopped. And, but I, you know, just big music fan in love, you know, music. And you know, I was always interested in how it was like, you know, produced and so I decided I wanted to be part of that. And so I started out booking bands. Early on. And then I had an opportunity to go internet record label and the eventually got hired there, which usually doesn't happen. And so I did a stint at this label six and a half years got I don't know something like seven promotions and stuff, and I got, you know, I it was it was a lot of fun learned a lot and one day is just got bored. Like, it was like almost like overnight, I got bored. And I there was a a friend of mine who wanted to put out a record, and he happened to be in my favorite pan pace. What do you need? And you know, you needed some money. I sent them some money, and I decided sorta label and I started gig records back in late nineteen ninety eight and, you know realized wow, it's very expensive to promote records. So I started a marketing company, it's like everything I do is almost by default or mistake. Sure. And so I started the marketing company, and I just crazy idea. I was going to do marketing for other record labels and promote my records on. On the backs, you know dovetail with on their records..
Venezuela, Gabriela And Venezuelan Government discussed on The Indicator from Planet Money
"She works for food shown Maho Venezuela. It's an internationally funded think-tank -ffiliated with the Venezuelan opposition party Gabriella team. Look at all the data. They can get their hands on about the country and a lot of it comes from local, universities, nonprofits, and communists, all over the world because the government itself is not publishing rely. Liable data. We do a lot of research to understand what these structure of the state is in understanding what the structure of the state is is not easy. Gabriela says the government seems totally disorganized. It's taken over hundreds of businesses, and they all seem to be losing money. She says basic services are collapsing. And meanwhile, the bureaucracy grows and grows indicator number one nine hundred ninety six that's the number of companies by Gabriele count. That are now owned by the state this supermarket chains and hotel taints that internet providers in Venezuela. They belong to the government. They even own like bakery shops things like that. It's crazy, and it's not even profitable. I have seen the balance sheets of all of this institutions. That's what I do, you know and all of them gated transfers from the central government in order to operate all of them. So. Sustainable financially unsustainable. It's like why don't you just I dunno give it away to anyone? I mean, it's better to do that than to keep you know, at burden on your budget case in point the electric company in two thousand ten Chavis. The then president nationalized electrobi- in Venezuela to make it more for table for everybody. They government nationalized it and. Come a mess, a mess. The government's is outside. Attackers are infiltrating the power grid and shutting down that's why they say the country's been experiencing all of these rolling blackouts. But Gabriela says there are no attackers. It's just that the country cannot afford to keep the lights on anymore. The infrastructure is collapsing. The country has rolling blackouts all the time. Now Gabriel says that the once vibrant city of dacas is often pitch black for hours and hours. And she says the consequences of these power outages can be really extreme just in the blackout eighty newborns. Die just in one hospital. Yeah. It was horrified. Of course for all the businesses that the Venezuelan government is nationalized. There is one that traditionally has really driven. It's a Konami and that business is all traditionally about a quarter Venezuela's economy comes from oil production because the country has the biggest oil reserves in the world. What about the oil is is many coming in from the state oil company? Yes. Okay. So some somebody is still coming. But you know, we I remember when when this whole thing started when Chavez won the presidency. I remember that we were producing three million barrels a day. No. We are not even producing one million barrels a day. And you know, impresses are are lower than they used to be during the bonanza. So for them. I mean, they are running out of options running out of options in part because for so long for more than a decade, economists agree that the government has been mismanaging its production of oil. And now the Venezuelan government just needs money. Gabriela says it's getting money from any place, it can government and the military of taken over some gold mines in the southern part of the country, and there are many reported accounts of the military and the government being tied in with cocaine trafficking. I mean, this is serious. I mean, we have government officials involved in and drug trafficking. One of the big cartels in Venezuela. For example, is called cartel of the sons that is reportedly reference to the gold stars on epaulets of military generals. But any money the cartel or any other business does bring in isn't necessarily going to fix the country's infrastructure. Or even help fund the Venezuelan economy. A lot of it is being funneled to a tiny minority of people many of them tied to the government and the military and my notes still has the military support. Which is one of the reasons why he's been able to hold onto power this long. This very small group of new millionaires that belong to the elite of the government. And I mean, all of them have power plans and per day didn't suffer from the blackout own power plants. Yes. So we call them into follows and to the yes, translation, if that it's like when you log in something we call him like that because we say that they are plugged into the government's. So they received all these benefits, and they are like the new elite here, and you see them everywhere. How can you spot the into Fatah's? It's very easy. All of them drive. This black big trucks bullet through and they have security guys around in them. In motorcycles. Meanwhile, says ninety percent of end Waylon citizens live in poverty that is today's second planet money indicator. Ninety percent of NS Waylon are in poverty, and even a lot of Innes Wayland to had a fair amount of money before the crisis are now totally broke. Because of hyperinflation flation is estimated to be running at ten million percent. Ten million percent. The cash has become so worthless. People are actually making bags out of the cash or currency was completely destroyed. So that's one of the things I see like, you know, the function of money lost on our currency. And that means things like food keep getting more and more expensive, relative to what people are earning. So a lot of people cannot afford enough to eat. And there's not much food around even for those who can't afford it the collapsing infrastructure in the country means food is not getting produced by farmers and the food that is getting produced is not getting delivered to stores in twenty seventeen. The average Venezuelan adult lost nearly twenty five pounds. Gabriel says she sees evidence of this weight loss every single day your co two three people in Venezuela. You're very skinny. Yeah. It's very very shocking to see that guerrilla says things are so bad. Now that a lot of people have just left the country. In fact, an estimated three million people that is ten percent of the entire population has fled many people just walk across the border to countries like Colombia with nothing at all just trying to get outta Venezuela. And that is our third indicator. Ten percent of the Venezuelan population gone Gabrielle says she sees the effects of this in Caracas, the sidewalks are emptier many stores are shuttered many houses are just standing empty. Gabriel says that apartments that used to rent for more than a thousand dollars a month back when the economy was good. Are now asking for rents of less than two hundred dollars a month that is more than eighty percent drop because so many people have left Gabriela has thought about leaving to her father is American. She could go, but she says when she sees how bad the numbers are getting how bad things are getting. She thinks there has to be big change on the horizon survey by I'm still here, the refinish that I believe that it's possible. But I don't know how much longer they can resist Gus is not an easy place to live every day Gabriella different parts of the country. Collapsing. All around her tomorrow. We're gonna follow Gabriela through her day.
Walmart Says Goodbye to Greeters
"Business wars daily is brought to you by Pitney Bowes, and send pro online shipping can be complex with the uncertainty over costs and deciding which carrier to use plus tracking your packages things can get confusing. Stay tuned to the end of the show to find out how Pitney Bowes and send pro online can save you time and money and to get a special offer just for listeners of the show. I'm wondering, I'm David Brown. And this is business wards daily on this Tuesday, March fifth. Walmart's greeters are going away the friendly doormen and women have been an institution at the retailer since the nineteen eighties. But soon most WalMart stores will be saying goodbye to those smiling faces and that's a problem for greeters. Many of whom have disabilities in two thousand sixteen WalMart began phasing out the greeter job in offering those employees in new position called a host. Unlike greeters, however hosts must be able to lift twenty five pounds and stand for long periods of time. Something many greeters with disabilities. Can't do as a result. Greeters at about one thousand stores have already lost their jobs NPR reported last week. The greeter program will officially shut down at the end of April prompting outrage from many workers and their families. According to NPR workers from several states have filed complaints with the Equal Employment Opportunity commission. The news outlet also reported. At least one former Utah worker has sued the company WalMart has been increasingly investing in ecommerce to compete with its fierce rival Amazon. It's online grocery sales are booming customers order online and pick their goods up at stores as a result. Walmart needs workers who can help load those groceries into shoppers cars, it's focus on online, groceries and other ecommerce sales is paying off in spades. It took in more than five hundred billion dollars in revenues last year. Fourth quarter earnings were strong and sent shares soaring. Meanwhile, many greeters with disabilities report that they haven't seen any paperwork related to the greeter policy change some claim that they lost their jobs without any notice including one wheelchair-bound greeter in Michigan. The employees had worked for WalMart for twelve years. He says he arrived at work one morning only to discover that his badge no longer worked less than twenty percent of people with disabilities in the US. Or employed in contrast to about sixty five percent of the population at large WalMart is America's largest private employer with one and a half million US workers in response to NPR story. Walmart now says it is extending the time that greeters with disabilities. We'll have to find new jobs at the company or elsewhere decisions will be made on a case by case basis as WalMart's move has gotten more publicity to things have become clear. There's outrage on behalf of affected workers and customers loved the greeters friendly face on for Brit behemoth. From wondering. This is business words daily. We'd love to know your thoughts about this story or other episodes tweet us at business wars. I'm David Brown back with tomorrow. Shipping can be complex with the uncertainty over cost and deciding which carrier to use plus tracking your packages things can get confusing. Well, now there's a better way to ship sent pro online by Pitney Bowes with central online. You can easily compare USPS and other shipping options in an all in one online tool, you can print shipping, labels and stamps on your own printer and track all of your shipments. And check this out USPS postal rates increased back on January twenty seventh. But with sent pro online, you can still access savings of up to forty percent off USPS priority, mail shipping and five cents off. Every letter you send central online is only fourteen dollars and ninety nine cents a month, and you can get a free thirty day trial. When you visit PB dot com slash BW daily. You'll also receive a free ten pound scale to help you weigh your packages and accurately calculate the cost of shipping. That's PB dot com slash. BW daily and thanks to Pitney Bowes and send pro online for sponsoring the show.
"twenty five pounds" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"When you might have lost siblings or a spouse. But the joy that you will give that dog or that cat for the last days of their lives to me says says it all and today, I've been reading I wanted to do some research on this. There's a lot of assisted living facilities that allow pets. Some started off small with a resident dog that would come and visit you know, the residents because assisted living doesn't necessarily mean you bedridden, but you know, they have living conditions where you go in because, you know, you don't want the house anymore and all of that nonsense, and you just want to have a place where you could be cared for and watched over, and then it may be gradually goes. But so they had you know, a lot of test centers or facilities where they had like a resident dog, and he would they would sit on the lap. And it would it would give them joy. And now from what I'm reading a lot. Lot of assisted living facilities are allowing their residents to bring dogs twenty twenty five pounds. Of course, you know, you have to keep in mind. Are you able to camp for the dog some of them have facilities there where they can help you with the dog? You know, you want to be able to groom the dog, which means brushing, not just bathing them and taking them to grow. And you have to be able to walk them. You know, it's not like you're letting them out and the walking look what people get outta walking. I just started walking again after being bad for a while. And I'm just loving it. I walked minimum of two miles a day, the most four miles because you know, wherever you walk you have to walk back, but it's wonderful. And here if I had a dog besides that I'd want to bring a dog to dog park, but you meet people because you know, somebody will say, oh, isn't that cute? And you know, what they talking about me. Are they talking about the dog? So you meet people, and it gets the people out. It gets you moving. You know, there was a story years ago that man was so overweight. His doctor said if you wanna live get a dog and walk and he walked him and he walked him any lost weight. Now, he's on. I think is the second or third dog for that. So there's so many different, you know, aspects to having a pet besides blood pressure. And you know, they say if you pet a cat, you pressure goes down and just have somebody love you. And you know, wanna be with you. You know, there's different kinds of dogs that are just perfect for that. I heard and read that Boston terriers were really bred to be companion dogs, which I certainly didn't know, and they're just very happy sitting at the feet of their own or being around their own little dogs pugs pomeranians, toy poodles. I grew up with a, you know, a standard poodle. They're brilliant dogs. But everybody's got the best story and nobody's wrong. So it's what you particularly like they. They say cocker spaniels, they say Beagles, I like schnauzers, but I heard that they balk. So that might not be a good mix in a assisted living type of situation where you could bother your neighbors unless they had harder they were hard of hearing. And then who cares, but you know, the temperament and the care, and and just the socialization would be so great for anybody. Whether they're in their sixties or the seventies or their eighties. And I think it's just wonderful. I mean, we see what it does when people bring comfort dogs into schools or into hospitals. I see, you know, they bring them even into.
Why Is Lobster So Expensive?
"Killers. Don't make any effort to involve media or best Gators. They're very secretive. They don't want attention. They almost want their crimes to go on notice. But the idea of committing a crime, and then calling up the police and bragging about it. That's a whole 'nother level of terror. A man who wore a mediaeval style executioner's hood who has police and baffled the media. He seems to crave publicity. He sent letters and Ramsden newspapers. And the beliefs subject stated, I wanna report murder. No, a double murder. I did it. Here. We are fifty years to the first sodium killing in today's world of friends IX, the old cases are being solved who doesn't wanna know how it turns out from the creators of Atlanta monster come season two. This is monster the zodiac killer. Listen and subscribe at apple podcasts or on the iheartradio app. Welcome to brain stuff from how stuff works. Hey, brain Steph, Lauren Vogel bomb here in two thousand eighteen US lobster sold for ten to twelve dollars. A pound a price range that reflects lobster being a luxury in our minds and culture. It's on the menu at find dining restaurants in pricey steakhouses. And in the best New England, summer shacks and sandwich shops, a lobster. Roll can sell for as much as seventy dollars, but lobster hasn't always been expensive and current political intrigue trade policies are not only changing its prices. They're hurting the US lobster business long-term. It may impact how we even think about the lobster itself. Back in the seventeenth century. When America was still a bunch of colonies colonists. Read about lobsters in the New England area wing sixteen to twenty five pounds that's seven to just over eleven kilograms some of the largest twice that in grew four to six feet that's one to two meters long in there were so many lobsters. There are claims that the shellfish would wash up knee-deep on Massachusetts chores obser- was so abundant wasn't worth anything, really colonists considered. Lobster cheap eats. It's what you'd eat. When there was nothing else. And you didn't want to starve was foisted off on indentured servants enslaved people and prisoners, even pigs. Everyone was embarrassed about eating it, by the way fell into the same category. Colonists did however see lobster as a resource it was plentiful cheap, and they could make money from it by shipping. It back to Europe. The Dutch had come up with a way of transport lobster across the Atlantic. And keep it fresh organized lobster fisheries opened in Maine in the mid eighteen hundreds and lobster canning businesses. Started and flourished near the turn of the century main lobstermen were landing more than eleven thousand tons of the critters and lobster wasn't just crossing the ocean. But also the nation thanks to the railroad industry unborn, dining and inland restaurants, where lobster was served new audiences as a side dish or salad ingredient the experience of dining on a rail car or enjoying seafood far from coast helped turn lobster into a luxury dish overfishing at the beginning of the twentieth century, drove prices up as did. Conservation laws in the mid twentieth. Century. Longterm at the supply of lobster has been going up those conservation laws worked and Maine has had lobster boom that took landings from eighteen million pounds. That's eight million kilograms in nineteen fifty to nearly one hundred and thirty one million pounds or sixty million kilograms in two thousand sixteen Maine's lobster industry, the largest in the United States contributes one point four billion dollars to the state's economy every year, and that's a good thing too. Because in recent years, lobster industry representatives for main have built international demand for their products and China has been poised purchase significant amounts of lobster in the first two quarters of two thousand seventeen trying to imported thirty nine point five million dollars worth of live lobster the best here today and between January and June of two thousand eighteen the US sold eighty seven million dollars in live lobster to China. But the dollar signs that people in Maine's lobster industry were seeing vanished. After the Trump administration impose tariffs that caused China to retaliate with tariffs of his own including twenty five percent tariff. On US lobster. The impact of the tariffs is dramatic in June of two thousand eighteen live. Lobster exports to China topped eleven point eight million dollars in July the first month under the new tariffs. Exports to China dropped to four point two million dollars lower than the amount shipped in July the year before the Chinese and Canadians have even created a work around as candidates supply goes through at seasonal drop their buying US lobster and selling it to China. We spoke with John Saxton editor and publisher of seafood news by Email. He said the US lobster industry is at an extreme disadvantage with international trade right now as we face tariffs in Europe and China while the Canadians don't this means the US must look for niche markets like Singapore or Korea with the US apply higher than it's ever been and China's demand suddenly dropping to below twenty seven teens levels. You might think lobster may become painfully abundant and cheap. But the US economy is strong and lobster industry. Experts say there's not only opportunity, but work arounds second said, what is happening to lobster. Prices is unclear because there are many contradictory factors. Maine has lost the ability to ship lobsters to China. But on the other hand demand for lobster tail is very strong and these are processed in Canada. So there is continued strong demand from processors for Maine lobster, so will we see a shift in the price and culture of lobster sucked. In report. Did that the industry was waiting to see how live lobster prices fared over the two thousand eighteen holiday season, and that their strategies might change accordingly? But we wonder whether culture is flexible as the market would he by Mick lobster? Today's episode was written by Shawn Chavez and produced by Tyler clang for more on this and lots of other wicked awesome, topics. Visit our home planet has works dot com. I'm Katie golden. I studied psychology and evolutionary biology at Harvard, and I pretend to be a bird on Twitter and my new podcast creature feature. We've you nature in man from a new perspective each episode asking comedian to get inside the minds of animals, so we can explore the startling connections to human psychology, you'll find blood bounds and treachery that make game of thrones seemed like a dumb show for babies. Join this every Wednesday
"twenty five pounds" Discussed on The Working Experience
"He weighs four hundred and twenty five pounds. In the pinatas. It's it's funny. But in pin it on the. On the corporation. I mean, you I mean, you talk about lawsuits that could be. You know, there's I mean individual lawsuits could be tens of millions of dollars collective lawsuits could be hundreds of millions of dollars. I mean, it's a it's a it's a big deal. And then it's going to be a net is going to be interesting to see how the general public looks at this. Like, what's what's the general opinion of that? And then also in turn the port systems in the jury's to see whether they have sympathy for someone like that. Or it should be, you know, rugged individualism that America was founded on where you should just, you know, pull yourself up by, you know, your your knickers, or whatever it is you because the other thing that's really interesting to is the idea that, you know, the these corporations have essentially scheduled out your day for their exclusive benefit like this the whole nine. Nine to five workday originated from the factory systems from the industrial revolution. In the school system was also predicated on that it's too too. So kids would learn from an early age is like, okay, you, you know, you start in the morning, you have a lunch break in you work in the afternoon. And then the whistle blows in the new go home. And so that way of working benefits these multi-national corporations because they want everybody working towards a common goal. And I you know, it's more productive. Right. What incense you could? There's no written rule that if you own your own business that you have to work nine to five like I own my own business. And yes, I have to take client meetings in client calls, but I can literally work whenever I want. I can work ten o'clock night could start by day at ten o'clock at night ended at three in the morning, if I so choose to so it's it's it's very it's very interesting to see how all this plays out while I would have to respectfully disagree with mister lawsuit angle about changing things because number one I don't. I think people are gonna have a lot of sympathy to to try to prove in a class action lawsuit, or you know, that some guys overweight or a bunch of people are overweight because of the job, and how much do you award those people like I don't know, you know, how well that's going to play. I think it comes generally generational -i with people who say, no, I'm not going to work for your company like the person you interviewed Hoda. You know said I'm not doing this anymore. This is garbage. And I'm not gonna do it. So I'm gonna go do my own business. You know, if enough employees at say GE in the next generation, I mean, it's not going to happen in the next twenty years. Probably but certain things have changed over the course of decades where people say look, this is garbage. I'm not gonna spend, you know, all this time away from my family. I'm not going to work for you, twelve hours a day to maximize your profit. Fits apple made over a trillion dollars last year. And this is the first year where their profits. I don't even think they dropped. They just didn't grow it. Like, everybody's in a panic about it. It's like the bid people are people lighting cars on fire in the streets, small talk. How how how much money is enough like a trillion dollars in? It's like, well it, well, it's not it's not apple apple came back with lower than forecast its sales in it wasn't like they were boohooing. What happened was the the whole? It's a whole economic. I understand the point you're trying to make. But it's it's a whole economic picture. So when one of the largest companies in the world comes back and says look growth is slowing people panic it will panic across the globe..
"twenty five pounds" Discussed on TechFan
"Right there that is not bad at all these instant rebates. These are not you got a mail in rebate and wait for eight weeks to get your check. This is immediate. They do have their own Neptune. And two point five SSD. This is a pretty good price. Thirty bucks a hundred twenty gigabyte SSD, thirty bucks. You know, if you've got a little if you got older laptop that you just want to speed up. It's a good way of doing it. I've got fats called recommendation to mine can also recent recent experiences, I'm eyeball a cheap. And I am style battery for my seventeen inch macbook probably lops up, you know, so Uni body. So it's really it's relatively these of ashes in that. So I bought this thing off EBay something. It was about twenty five pounds on line that they ship the real one then the ship me replacement and the replacement doesn't fit properly. So when I fit into the into the laptop the clicker on the Trump doesn't work anymore own is I wanna try return that they've basically screwed me with the return the same into doing heels for me now. So I'm gonna have to pay to EBay. I would WC sells their own brand of new tech replace. Batteries, the guaranteed to fit the guaranteed to give you the performance better performance, the original batteries, and you know, what they're they're a little bit more than the EBay and Amazon type batteries, but you getting the guarantee from Mike cells with that. And you know, their stuff is good. That's why I recommend. I'm going to be buying one from them next one on our top tech stories of twenty teen is fortnight now. I don't play fortnight, David. I'm pretty sure you don't either. It's a open world video game player versus player thing. Alexander place. Full, man. So does Cole sodas coal. And we'll does he play them. Switch almost which. Yeah. Alexander has all say he loves playing it on the switch. It's. I I've had to come down on call a few times. Just. Yeah. Me too. You know, I hear the language. He's not cursing anybody's. But he's being rude. And he's being rude. Chris he says someone else's being rude to him. They're killing him when they're not supposed to he caused people hackers and it's troubling. And I don't want to ban it completely yet. 'cause we've actually spent some money on that stupid game. And a couple of us Christmas presents for instance, were Nintendo gift cards twenty dollar gift cards. And of course, he uses that exact thing to get costumes or whatever skins, I did exactly the same thing. I'll exalted has resisted for longtime get allowing him to get stuff full night. So and he's complained the sec- have friends mock him because he's in the default skin rather having anything so custody. So yeah, this this Hanukkah. We gave him I signed him up to get the baffled pulse with the number of the bucks. Or whatever is he needed to get the baffled Paul's, which is the Pechiney she to get skins. He maintains he can play this enough that he'll never need to buy another battle Paul Steele, get enough things. I said I said, well how much you have to play it to be able to earn enough to get the next season without having to pay. Oh, it's easy. There's this many challenges, and I have to do them. I must admit I'm concerned. The badly mountain time he's spending on three three billion dollars in two thousand eighteen. Yeah. This is obsessively David a free game. Oh, yeah. This is this is the it's on. It's on XBox, PlayStation, Nintendo. It's on I o s it's on Android and.
"twenty five pounds" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Hungry. You can smoke a little and hardly eating. Five pounds below that weight kind of an option is that it's Kennedy bargain I've struck with. Yeah. I got to fat. So I'm trying to twenty five pounds or so under my fattest weight. And and it's a lifelong diet, you know, like, they say, you're not on a diet. You have a diet. It's a direct God. I tried to communicate to my kids. Just don't gain it in the first place because this science because you know, Craig the ObamaCare lawyer hit this to hit me this years ago. That was undeniably true. What you've been talking about? And but it's tough. I mean, you got some people have the store calories, gene. More than burn calories, gene. Some people will always be thin. No matter what they. And then you got your various emotional crises, your freshman, fifteen to college or whatever. And it's tough, man. Youngest is on medication that he like crazy. Getting a lot of weight because of it. Yeah. But yeah, that's it's I want to know this, but it is depressing. Yeah. I don't. Yeah. I'm a realist, you can't make it makes so much sense. Once you hear about it. Because it's always seemed weird of. So why can't I lose ten pounds? And then eat the way I was eating before when I wasn't gaining weight and just stay with that ten pounds off. Well, it's because your metabolism showdown down in hordes. All the calories. You take in. That's incredible. When I'm at my and your brain is begging you to eat all the time. And when I met my set point weight, which is more than I'd like it to be I can eat pie and donuts and stuff like that. I don't really gain weight. I would little bit over time. But Don huff a pies. So you deny yourself like all that stuff and be hungry. All the time to stay under your weight. Oh, and one thing I thought was interesting in here. Is. For whatever reason. Almost all doctors are thin. And so this person claims that doctors have a certain attitude about weight loss because of that I think that very well could be true for some reason about the sort of person that gets into medical school, or maybe they know this stuff or the pressure of medical school. They're talking about here. But a lot of doctors are thin. So they might have a different attitude on on on the realities of trying to lose weight and keep it off. Then. Have you ever had that are like twenty thirty pounds overweight?.
"twenty five pounds" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"My son over the weekend sent me at text. I was out somewhere was it over the weekend was cry Saturday. My son sends the tax. How long does it? Take to microwave a twenty five pound Turkey. Folks. I had a set my kids straight and tell them, you know, your daddy. Kind of does something for a living where he kinda sees just about everything that's floating out there all the internet yaks all the internet memes. All the internet chatter all of that. I tend to see it fairly quickly. And in fact, I I had a story in my pile from last week like early last week about this whole Turkey thing and people are asking parents. How long to microwave a whole twenty five pound Turkey. And it's this like internet joke thing, and it's a prank. So my kids. I think my son and daughter, I they had talked about it. My son texts me, and I'm like guys. Wonderful your find the text exchange, but they thought that they were going to suck me into this. But guess what their daddy knew about the little internet Meam, even before they knew about the internet meme on the microwaving of a twenty five pound Turkey. Yeah. I guess there was a challenge on social media than a bunch of responses from family members. So some parents listlessness some parents have tried to this what's floating around some parents have been supportive of their child's desperate plea for cooking advice while others have flat on question the child's wellbeing after asking the question they obviously find to be insane. Either way their responses. Will make you laugh. So here are some of the responses. Some parents didn't get the joke even being told. It was a prank. I decided to text my mom and ask how long I should microwave a twenty five pounds Turkey for as a joke. And the response is better than I could ever asked for the mom. Came back with I guess some calculations whenever then there's another, you know, so many people posting these things on the internet. Some people were even pranking their grandmothers, really? Why is this funny?.
"twenty five pounds" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show
"On the Russians. Plays. Yes, she's fine. All right. Yes. We were talking about the twenty five pound Turkey challenge in the microwave, you call up somebody in your family say, hey, how do I cook a Turkey in the microwave and the person on the other line says, you know, you're crazy cannot do it. You'll blow up the kitchen so great t introduces us to his mother-in-law pet. Oh, well, we've talked to mom, and my grandmother so many times. So I figured let's call my mother-in-law see how that works. Hello. Hey, Pat threat. Take me cook a twenty five pound Turkey in a microwave. At the Mike go away. Google it. And the press can how long would it? Twenty five pound Turkey. I would make sure it's cooked because they were talking about Seminole or late say flooring, some nila. Just be you know, it'll be dead, although kill it in the microwave. To make sure your to be. Cook do no. Cook. I love week. Rave no why not. I don't. In the microwave. I would never put in the microwave. I'm making my coping in my up at net the way, you make it. How do you do it in the oven? Then how do you do it? Thing in the. Put it in the microwave oven bat. Mike. One. So bad. I don't understand. Mike you. Are. Now. That your wife in years tell the tell all right. Thanks for the sound Gehring. You're gonna American right? Thank you. Go. Look it up for any wine lovers in your life three days of glory. Where's it available? I tunes. Amazon video Google play. All the video on demand platforms by a dozen. Hus analogy who tells the story to so many people Elvis Doreen in the morning show. Reading your tweets. Elvis duran. Join the conversation this Elvis Duran in the morning show. You're talking about wine. Why did we not discover this magical substance earlier in our allies? I mean, you know, when you're going to college, you don't drink a lot of wine. Now, a lot of everything. Jink cheap stuff when you're in college. The Ford we are drink wine and a bucks in college watch out now, hey, you know, what boxes? Italy a couple years ago in the there is a local winery who had a little store in town. And they sold all their wine in big box that we went through six boxes a day. It was Ganic. Mine's a lot L wines. It was actually really really good wine for boxed actually actually do a story about it online where this talion wind. It's all box fabulous. It'll take it. It doesn't live and breathe. The same way bottle of wine with you. I'm assuming hey uh. So thanksgiving, we're expecting the single digits as far as temperature goes here in New York, which I'm so excited about you'll be in in Tampa, Florida, right or no. Where are you going to relent? I'm going to be in Orlando Orlando froggy will be in Tampa yet. We'll be here freezing. Picture the sun. Hey, so we're talking about those uncomfortable conversations that occur at the table. Yeah. And so they're going to happen..
"twenty five pounds" Discussed on WJR 760
"Into the sun but I lost twenty five pounds behind my. Computer I never. Exercised, one time and, I, lost twenty, five pounds we're going to try to get in a couple of callers right now we have this quick yeah go, ahead Yeah No, no, no let's So amazing no. It really is solit- let's hear what this. Caller has to say we have Paul from. From Saint Clair shores Paul are you on the. Line I am here so. Tell us about, your it's my? Understanding. You're, neutral most yeah actually I just completed the program with my brother and I just completed you did it together? You and. Your brother we did that was that. Was our game plan my, brother was morbidly obese and we, tried everything workouts. Diet you name it he was getting ready and we were talking about doing, the the, stomach surgery shrink stomach and looking at cost and kinda came across neutralist and it was something he he was skeptical of and I was skeptical, of and we said let's. Give it a shot. Let's do it together, we do everything together. Workout and everything else it. Doesn't seem, to work so we we started this about mid may and we, just, completed, the. Probe Graham and. I'm extremely happy to say that he has. Lost fifty pounds I've lost thirty pounds wow. We we could not exercise just? Like you said. I just was gonna touch. On that but. You talked about? It. Already, we're Jim rats who we look like those people you talked about where. I'm Mellon we seem to get better? Instead of. Losing weight so soon as I expected. To have to cut my, calories and have to work out, and you everything. You have to lose weight but truly it was kind of like the last, caller said, you are surprised that you don't want to eat you don't even know why you don't wanna eat would you look at each other and say, I don't I'm not I'm. Not I'm not missing. Food I keep losing, weight and I don't. Know how this is happening. But I, like it so thanks what effects has this had on your family Tremendous I mean more energy I like you said actually better brought my brother night closer and and you know I get to watch him with his two young kids who are you know two. And seven he's out, doing things he never could do before and I feel like it's changed his life and you know through. My life I I. Did, it more for him but I'm you know I'm, benefiting as well I mean we both, have a lot more energy or. More excited and our wives are happier to I. Can only imagine so you know. Obviously we have Dr Ray was new ski the. Creator in the founder of neutral most on the phone do you have got questioned for him or do, you have anything you'd like. To say well I'd like to say thank you actually the, main reason I called I heard that neutrinos commercial. And I I listened to the show and then. I got kinda hooked on what you were, talking about. Is wanna. Thank him. For creating a program. That I think truly does what it says and that is to, deliver Nali weight loss. But like. You said 'i broccoli until I did my My analysis and intelligence and told me stop eating broccoli and, you can fool yourself into thinking you're doing the right things because, nobody tells, you what the. Wrong thing you read every diet it all has, a different name and it's the first time someone said you, have to do, this, and it's not easy it's not, something that, it's easy, to do the program. But it's, not easy to know what you're taught through neutralist I think that's what I'm the last caller something you put. Under your tongue, and it's all part. Of the process but for me it's knowing what are you supposed to eat not. Eat and then being held accountable to that every day you weigh in every day you? Have, to text your weight to somebody it's. Accountability we have to do it together or you do it by, yourself but there's always someone there you have a coach you have to go get wayans every week and you want to do these things because you're losing the weight it's exciting you you literally wake up every morning anxious to..
"twenty five pounds" Discussed on Oh No Ross and Carrie
"Toca fever nuff should continue to be a wrestler i actually do want her to be heavier because she's like one pound to light she's like twenty four pounds now twenty five pounds was his my son when he was a chubby exactly bb was born small has always been underway those far as like the scale goes which is also something's really important let go of and not worry about percentages babies different scale trying to cover up a little bit so we can put her in like different carseats than that pointing turn the carseat around so like faces forward i will turn this around we'll turn this car seat around and like we really wanna do that now instead of having weird like i look in my near to see her to see her well cf to put like those counter mirror so i'm looking at the rear view mirror and then there's a mere on the seat back above her coming around a blind turn and there's like a million mirrors yes but what that means is like if we need to hand anything to or take anything from her you're like so like region back to hand something to anyways i'm so glad you guys out here and talk about carseats well travis i oh no how often you listen to this fine podcast but we rate everything at the end this guy makes five podcast he doesn't have time to listen to over podcast to have a baby yeah we know how this works the baby so.
"twenty five pounds" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"Twenty five twenty five as opposed to two hundred twenty five pounds that's what i took it to police came in and arrested of hours at the wedding was at a wedding where the husband and wife were introduced to the gathered throng to the theme from swat where they cops milk that's true mental ladies and gentlemen put your hands together for the new married couple and then just i'm like wait a minute is that the theme from swat like what what the hell is that all about i don't know what the theme from swat is that's yanni by nature but but hashtag del tufo astill tufo tomorrow please okay we're gonna open the phone some fun and we're gonna make some money ankle berg on tomorrow show justify one to two favorite tomorrow oh my gosh so we're gonna need at long shot sneak into the top three one two two one two two for saturday's race yeah that means we're going to based so tell me out on this so it's going to be it's one hundred so you need to put guinea to put down one hundred fifty yes that's absurd why even run the race don't even don't even run the race well because strange things have happened that's why is that the name of the horse that's going to be when we come back everybody on the television side of things ready to go out and interview yati by nature i am ready oh yeah just like they shouldn't run the preakness they shouldn't even hope next year sports ems that's over.
"twenty five pounds" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"One hundred twenty five pounds this napoleon master drooling snoring gassee loud she says girls as their mom shirley who's a faster owner and she says she knocked silver every water bucket no matter how securely the attached are attached her a fence around the house she bosses the other dogs around make sure all all guess are suitably slide on upon arrival i've never seen so many folds and i don't even like to learn in it's not like a shared donald's noon no it's just a a napoleon for the master puts looms hugh asylum been mistreated to at one point of its life that's way faster care centre my gosh this dog named it key for our main for dog crazy because it's the eckes sing it's completely hairless targeting it only has some we here in the top of his head like some old man who's trying to keep his hair he known as three three michelle from his valley and then then there was another dog that they said his keith richards dop dapa ganger scam from santa rosa and with van damme on and the windblown hair and the grizzled face he just sent me say okay he kind does but those are plus julius cage i'm danny also you know just coming back from a week and florida on he probably wished he would have had one of these slack towels what they're on a towel maps that will is the name shall i that's the worst we all agree and it's a towel mad that retail sand in water and that's amazing it would be amazing except for if you look at the photo and its posted it looks like the most uncomfortable sheet that with a wirerimmed around the exterior but you know it dries quick obviously repels water but doesn't look really comfortable but if he earned soft beautiful sandy perfect for late little kids at year would be to sizes it's easy to fall you can use it on picnics camping for yao gone the beach it's on kickstarter see here's the thing we always hear about these new idea is that are in kickstarter how long do they get how long the money will no doubt that tell them out would be.
"twenty five pounds" Discussed on Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio
"I can't remember the last time i did that you mentioned the french very often will mix something storebought with something homemade in other words is not this past all be made it is that an attractive concept for you is to combine those two things e sin now i'll by readymade puffpastry when i'm in in paris by a readymade marang i might even by a very cruelly ready made those things are not really available to us is easily in america i like like biskov cookies i make crush them in use them in a crush stri might use them on the top of a custom shirt or a panel qatar or something like that but i kit such pleasure at of making things by hand that except for puffpastry which as i said i don't do anymore i'll usually goes straight through homemade a keeping brown sugar moist you just keep it in the fridge do you use those little pottery bears these soak in water or you just don't worry about it when we were shooting the pictures for doris cookies i bought twenty five pounds of brown sugar and when we were finished with this we had a bunch of many marshmallows leftover from the sweet potato pie bars that were in the book and somebody in the kitchen said let's put the mini marshmallows in this bag of brown sugar it's now over a year later and i'm still using that brown ruler yep i'm also picking mini marshmallows at of dough because it gets stuck in the in the brown sugar but that's been a great way to keep brown sugar albany think about dealing with a words about how you beat them uh things you add to the many tricks for people with him well you know the the standard separate your eggs when they're cold because that's when the easiest to separate but let the egg whites come to room temperature before you start to with them because except more air that way i always sad if i'm doing a marang i'll add salt and maybe a squeeze of lemon juice um just a little acid a tiny little bit of vinegar or cream of tartar to whip them work but the temperature makes a big difference and just going back to something julia told you quote julia told me to always were lipstick and i do.
"twenty five pounds" Discussed on talkSPORT
"So miss how to seven was given that he knew ike let's fall twenty five pounds for me but i was a gift from the fall the last november she kid for it for forty seven and he's all right has that number again that's the decision nearly seven get many seven weeks before how much but one she started well should live this moment just not to get to that right i mean but one she proudly posted videos of being young some should media she was reported two hours pace i until it's off his time the home until stuck his head you fell gutted but i have to tell if we haven't over the bird watchers now mccann especially someone fall the semis in well is quite right isn't we'll have to treat but he knew in our house this summer i'm really else it might be of hasn't you can put out mccaw who can you running unit dalton yeah and he well it much apart offense yet might do a major manana couldn't really tether it could night couldn't tell that now we're doing sure the of on on a number yes we know where she lives it might be or you don't yes and on she says i mean she says to play i was having someone tipped of else p_i because we try to love me having put kevin that's what you cold yeah kevin the stupid not pretty um upon and so when he got a win the changing him well i don't know my research that some sog about kevin he was a dalton became a real member of the from like you know what this one well i don't think so she says as mean pocahontas pieces intervention the she's about the by the way off tim children every full andre stew's nineteen months ago turn on a full month oh buddy right well it's a press sided seventy brady me run around with a less kids and she's going up to be a six foot so yeah i think it's because i notched in through incubation touching in the prime cessna similarities to pregnant sonny i felt so assignment motions yeah so anyway she's does to curious she knew at some point that i i would have to move i mean to a product but i wish i could've kept him for a bit longer be honest they said confirmed of just go to miss.