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We're trying something a little different today. Or actually: a lot different. We've got our first non-human guest on the show. No, I'm not interviewing either of my dogs, Daisy and Penny, although that could get interesting. Today I'm interviewing the artificial intelligence tool ChatGPT. What is ChatGPT, you ask? I asked it to describe itself briefly, in a non-technical way, and this is what it said: “ChatGPT is like a digital helper that can talk and write in a human-like way. It's powered by a type of artificial intelligence, and it can help answer your questions, write emails, tutor in a variety of subjects, translate languages, and even write poetry. It's like having a very knowledgeable friend to help you out with all sorts of tasks. This tool was created by OpenAI, a research group focused on making AI technology that benefits everyone. ChatGPT was first made available to the public in 2021.” So I got to wondering recently whether ChatGPT might have anything useful to say to those of us who are widowed parents. Because if you're anything like me, you're trying to figure out how to raise kids after their other parent has died – and you're realizing this is hard. And – it's hard to know who can help us figure that out. This idea came up because a family member of mine has a podcast on a totally different topic, and she interviewed ChatGPT on her show. And my dad spotted it and said to me, hey, maybe there's something interesting here in relation to your show, too. So I listened to the discussion my aunt, Jo Ann Barefoot, had with ChatGPT on her show, which is called Barefoot Innovation – and it was fascinating. If you're at all interested in the banking industry, and especially in FinTech and financial regulation, I highly encourage you to listen to her interview with ChatGPT, and to her many other interviews as well. Anyway, I started to wonder: what would ChatGPT say to my listeners? If I asked it to suggest resources for widowed parents, would it have any? Would those resources be any good? Would it have advice on planning for Father's Day, for example, since that is right around the corner? Would it be well-versed on kids' understanding of grief at various ages and developmental stages? Perhaps most importantly: If I posed a bunch of questions, and I shared them on the show, would I have to interject over and over and let you know where its answers were unhelpful, or even incorrect or dangerous? I played around a little first, to get a sense of how to use it. And because I was sitting next to my dog when I signed up, my very first question to ChatGPT was: “can you tell me about Tibetan spaniels?” I asked a few more questions about topics that were top-of-mind: recovery from the type of shoulder surgery I recently had, and how to clean my new Trex decking. Then, it was time to think about what to ask ChatGPT about widowed parenting, and give it a go. Have a listen for yourself, and let me know what you think about how it answers. A note about the methodology and technology used in this interview. I used the most up-to-date version of ChatGPT, called GPT-4. Because it only takes text input, and answers with text replies, I conducted the interview by typing my questions and reading the answers as they came back. In order to share it with you today, I went back and recorded myself reading my questions out loud, and also fed ChatGPT's answers into a text-to-speech tool called NaturalReader (the commercial version). I picked a voice named “Aria” and chose the “friendly” option for her tone. I used another AI tool called DALL-E to generate a “headshot” for today's guest. I had to experiment quite a lot with what type of prompts to give the tool, in plain English, and get the type of image I wanted, and that was fun. As someone who spent 20 years in the tech world in my prior life, I have to say, this experiment was super interesting. I was blown away with how accurate and useful the answers were to the questions that I posed. I don't think that's necessarily always the case with AI tools, even this one. One criticism I hear is that these tools can create great-sounding answers that are entirely wrong. In this case, I'm able to review the answers before sharing them with you, and if any of the answers had been wrong or even dangerous, I would have addressed that. As AI tools become more and more widespread, I think it's important for those of us working in the grief world to realize that the grieving people we serve may begin turning to them for answers. I think it's important that we understand what's out there, what may be coming, and what the possibilities and limitations are. We can't afford to ignore AI – for better or worse, it will likely change the way we do our work in the world, and how grieving people are supported in the years to come. I hope you enjoy my interview with ChatGPT. -=-=-=-=- Thank you sponsors & partners: Help Texts - Grief support text messaging service. Tips and support delivered all year long, personalized based on your loss. Listeners get $10 off: https://helptexts.com/jennylisk BetterHelp - Talk with a licensed, professional therapist online. Get 10% off your first month: betterhelp.com/widowedparent Support the show - Buy Me a Coffee -=-=-=-=-
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In their first matchup of 2023 against the Cleveland Guardians the Minnesota Twins only managed one victory in the three-game set. The boys continue to be impressed by the starting rotation while being equally underwhelmed with the teams offensive production. David finally gets his inaugural win in Puckett's Picks and couldn't be happier about it, while Dan is excited that the Twins have continued their aggression on the basepaths. David walks through Rocco's ejection, and the boys try and sort out why Jose Miranda appeared to forget how to play 3rd base. The guys express their frustration at game one only being available on Apple TV, and what's worse, having Carlos Correa mic'd up during the game. Dan wants to know who should be sent down when Kyle Farmer is ready to return, and David is curious how high Alex "T-Rex" Kirilloff's ceiling may be if he manages to stay healthy. Thanks for listening, and as always, go Twins! The Gran Group with Edina Realty TWIN CITIES AREA REALTORS TO MEET ALL OF YOUR HOUSING NEEDS! Support the showMusic: "Minnesota Twins Theme" (1961) written by Ray Charles and Dick Wilson. Arrangement and performance by Jason Cain.Twitter: https://twitter.com/mnforthewin (@MNfortheWin) YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC07gPkjiU5LqAJVjOgT90SAFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/MNfortheWinWebsite: https://mnforthewin.buzzsprout.com/
Kuldrin's Krypt A BDSM 101 Podcast
Recorded: 11/06/2022 / Published: 5/4/2023- Text in your questions and comments to 865-268-4005 or visit the Krypt at https://kuldrinskrypt.com. - In this week's episode I am talking to JunicornsAngel about her list of eight things every kinkster needs to know. Correction from the last episode. I started the show in 2016, not 2017, so this will be my 6-year anniversary on November 6, 2022. Also, the 200th episode was a couple back, S04E43, an interview we did with Brittany from the Dungeon Store and Split Peaches.- Rules to Love By: (https://inclusionwoodworks.com)Safe, sane, consensual, and informedKNKI: Knowledge, No Intolerance, Kindness, Integrity“Submission is not about authority and it's not about obedience; it is all about relationships of love and respect.” -Wm. Paul Young- “Eight Things Every Kinkster Needs to Know w/ Junicorn's Angel-S04E46”Ten Licks:1: How long have been into Kink?2: Top, bottom, or switch?3: Relationship Status?4: Favorite Position?5: Favorite Implement?6: Favorite Roleplay?7: Favorite kink or fetish?8: Favorite place for kink?9: Strangest Place you've had sex?10: Something you want to try?Newbies:1. Safety2. Communication/Honesty3. Community4. Responsibility 5. BraveryEveryone:1. FUN is not just for newbies2. Breathe!Safety: things I still do to stay saferCommunication/Honesty: (self-honesty) What do you really like? What do you not? Community: not for everyone, but reasons I like to participate Responsibility: being new isn't an excuse for personal responsibility Bravery: how taking advantage of those few seconds of bravery (thanks Savvy) can change everythingImportant Links:Full show notes: https://kuldrinskrypt.com/446National Suicide Hotline: 1-800-273-8255NCSF Kink Aware Professionals: https://www.kapprofessionals.org https://kuldrinskrypt.com/silentcommunication https://KuldrinsKrypt.com/survey https://kuldrinskrypt.com/TeePublic Show Producers:Become a show producer: https://KuldrinsKrypt.com/Patreon Make a one-time donation: https://KuldrinsKrypt.com/PayPal Snail mail a donation or gift:Kuldrin Entertainment, LLC257 N. Calderwood Rd. #168Alcoa, TN 37701 - Benefactor ($2,000/month): - Pro Producer ($100/month): - Master Producer ($50/month): Buffalo_Max92- Executive Producer ($25/month) ShadowyFox, JunicornsAngel, Johnny Ferrell, Haru Webb, Rei Webb, Maxi, Nix_09, DarlingTN and Sarge, and OnceUponATime81- Sr. Producers ($10/month): Trouble113, RoxieBear, ThatPlace: Oklahoma City, Alexandria, babylove&T-Rex, Master Gabriel, Knot_the_Daddy, Atsila, Daddy Steve, Sir Pent, KJ, UpstateScCouple, PerfectlyThick, Cap'n J, Saviy, Mr. Byond, CurtainCall, SubmissiveKay, TrinityFae, AK-47, Thorn, and Iamar Kinhawk- Producers ($5/month): Kainsin, Hadea, MBRpoodle, Baddogbad & Subx13, Arctic Foxglove, Katnipmeow, WyldThyme & Deacon Sean, CheeryQuery, Rabbit, Just_Call_Me_Ash, Sir Wolf ArchAngel, CourtsDom, Jon Shaw, Ben, Grizzled Yeti & Yoza, Brittany, Sekhmets_Shadow, FetishArtist, Frozen Moron, Kitten399, Katiee, Koitsukihime(AD), Artemis, SirBNice, Neon, Dan & Dawn from Erotic Awakening Podcast, Black Angel, Sir RJ Recife, Officer Davis, Unassuming_dude, and KinkyJay- Jr. Producers ($1/month): K-2SO, Morgana13, Rope Aficionado, Brodie, Lexa, Gator & Gizmo, Ashley, and MegVendors I know, like, trust, and use: (None of these are paid sponsors of the podcast.- http://bdsmcontracts.org Coupon code: kuldrin20 for a 20% discount on all purchases.- http://whippingstripes.com - My personal maker of most things leather and paracord impact toys.- https://www.etsy.com/shop/TorridTimber - Fine fetish furniture and accessories- https://www.etsy.com/shop/TheCraftyHedonist - Tink's Toys Fb Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/2350280868612699 Fetlife Profile: https://fetlife.com/users/9885653?sp=3 *coupon for listeners (first purchase only) TinksToys13- Dark Delights Shops: https://darkdelightsshop.com/ (Watch my product review of them: https://kuldrinskrypt.com/DarkDelightsShop)- Split Peaches https://KuldrinsKrypt.com/SplitPeaches Contact info:Email: MasterKuldrin@gmail.comFetlife Group: https://fetlife.com/groups/159275Twitter: @MasterKuldrin https://twitter.com/MasterKuldrinPatreon: kuldrinskrypt https://www.patreon.com/KuldrinsKrypt
Forty certified firefighting professionals from the U.S. and Canada are participating in a two week-long program to carefully ignite fires and burn roughly 1,000 acres of the forested understory in the Deschutes National Forest in Central Oregon. Since its launch 15 years ago by the U.S. Forest Service and The Nature Conservancy, The Prescribed Fire Exchange Training Program, or TREX, has taken place in more than a dozen states and grown to include international participants and the involvement of the U.S. Department of the Interior, Tribal nations, state and local agencies, universities and NGOs. After more than a century of fire suppression activities, prescribed burning is increasingly being used as a fire management tool to improve forest ecosystems and protect communities in an era of catastrophic wildfires driven by climate change. Joining us to talk about prescribed fires and the training program is Thomas Stokely, a forest ecologist with The Nature Conservancy in Central Oregon, and Kaci Radcliffe, the Northeastern Oregon forest restoration project manager for The Nature Conservancy.
Michael and Johnny delve into the study of the Anti-Hero: origins, examples, and their enduring popularity. Sometimes, the good guys wear black. PLUS- the boys focus on a oft-overlooked niche of Rock N Roll- the Glam years! With musical selections by T Rex, The Sweet, and David Bowie.
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Music Therapy with Jessica Risker
How do you honor your idols without being derivative? How do you start over in a new (york) city? This week on Music Therapy I sit down with Dan Rico, a Chicago DIY scene fixture who moved to New York City right before the pandemic hit. We get into creativity, live band recordings vs virtual instruments, SXSW takeaways, quitting drinking, finding a new music community in NYC, impostor syndrome, and lots more. We also listen to a couple of new fantastic tracks from Dan: "Conceited" and " Hit and Run" plus a special bonus track "Better Company" that Dan and I collaborated on. ***************** Dan Rico is a songwriter, guitar player, and multi-instrumentalist from Chicago, IL living In Brooklyn, NY. Rico is a writes music and performs in the Surf rock group High Waisted and plays guitar in the grunge band Dropper, who just got back from South by South West. Rico also releases music under his own name, collating inspirations as disparate as Prince, T Rex, Os Mutantes, and Taylor Swift. ************** Visit musictherapypodcast.com for session notes, past episodes, and upcoming events! Music Therapy Podcast Credits: Music Therapy is hosted by Jessica Risker, produced by Sullivan Davis of Local Universe, and engineered by Joshua Wentz in Chicago. Opening and closing music composed by Joshua Wentz. Taped April 2023 Ep 116 ************************ Join us on the Music Therapy Discord! or Facebook Group!
It's time for more Weird News Rundown! Bethany has a story that's going to completely change the way you think about the monstrous T-Rex. A bunny is your newest police officer. Plus Kathleen has some snarky feelings about an item you use every day. Do you agree? ----------- PATREON Dates in April: Sunday, April 30th @ 7:30 PM ET - Live Show Make-Up! May TDB Sign up at www.patreon.com/acquiredtaste ----------- Please support the companies that support us! Earth Breeze - Subscribe to Earth Breeze and save 40%! Go to EARTHBREEZE.com/taste to get started! ZocDoc - Go to Zocdoc.com/TASTE and download the Zocdoc app for FREE. Then find and book a top-rated doctor today. Many are available within 24 hours. Skylight Frames - Now, as a special offer in time for Mother's Day and Father's Day, get 10% off...that's up to $30 off your Frame when you go to SkylightFrame.com/TASTE
Travel Is Back: Travel Ideas, Tips and Trips
A fun afternoon at The Field Museum in Chicago in late April 2023. We had fun playing all the various quizzes - and learned we are terrible at Gorilla Trivia! The highlights of the museum are the dinosaurs (all the Egyptian Tomb is lots of fun too) including Sue the T-Rex. We easily spent 4 hours there and would have stayed longer but they closed. Also check out Episode 1 in this feed for Things To Do In Chicago. #chicago #fieldmuseum #travelSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In the latest edition of the Omni Talk Fast Five, sponsored by the A&M Consumer and Retail Group, Firework, SPS Commerce, and Sezzle Chris Walton and Anne Mezzenga along with special guest hosts from the Alvarez & Marsal Consumer & Retail Group Truett Horne and Jeff Dwyer discuss: Petco Trialing In Store Recycling With Trex For the full episode head here: https://omnitalk.blog/2023/04/20/fast-five-video-mirror-mirror-on-walmarts-wall-why-was-bonobos-such-a-bad-idea-after-all/
We dive into a range of current events, including the controversy surrounding Netflix's 'Queen Cleopatra' docudrama, the recent T-Rex auction that saw nearly 300 bones assembled into a single skeleton sell for $5.3 million, and the world's first feature film shot in space, which premiered in Russian cinemas last week. We'll also be discussing the tragic death of a 13-year-old who attempted a dangerous TikTok challenge, a shocking shooting in North Carolina, and the latest developments in the crackdown on Beijing's alleged targeting of dissidents. We welcome your thoughts and opinions on the stories we've covered, as well as any other current events or topics you'd like to share. -GPT4 call in / leave us a message: 504-475-8414 Every Sunday Night ∙ 8-10P /live channel/ https://nrr.mixlr.com/ /all past shows available at/ Google Podcasts: https://bit.ly/3vL6KY8 Apple Podcasts: https://goo.gl/SvRBJB SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/not-real-radio Stitcher: https://goo.gl/zrf7XZ
Joining me this week is a guy who is really gifted at getting people on Twitter to completely lose their frame. He's pretty well known in the T-Rex community, he's the king of haram and the prince of halal, it's Mish, Chad of Arabia! We discuss dating and red pill in the Middle East as well as how he likes to troll and get other red pill content creators to completely lose frame! Follow Mish on Twitter: https://twitter.com/ChadOfArabia // COURSES // Practical Law of Attraction course: http://loa.comeonmanpod.com The Conversation Conversion Blueprint Dating App Course By Performance Potential: https://www.performancepotential.co/a/2147499861/s5RamP7C - Coupon Code: COMEONMAN30 The Clarey School of Economic Philosophy: https://theclareyschoolofeconomicphilosophy.teachable.com/?affcode=636918_r5uujdh8 Jon Fitch's Practical Self-Defense: https://gumroad.com/a/780330707/ubexvq RP Thor's Courses, Coaching and Group Membership: https://gumroad.com/a/505970387 // COACHING AND OTHER RESOURCES // Join my Patreon (Coaching): http://patreon.com/comeonmanpod FREE STICKERS! Join my email list: http://list.comeonmanpod.com MERCH: http://merch.comeonmanpod.com Recommended Reading: https://is.gd/COMPBooks Get free shipping from Duke Cannon on orders over $25: http://duke.comeonmanpod.com Donate to the show: https://streamelements.com/se-847333/tip Join the 3% Brotherhood: https://www.facebook.com/groups/3percentbrotherhood // SOCIAL MEDIA // Follow on TikTok - https://www.tiktok.com/@bestmenspod Follow on Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/comeonmanpodcast/ Follow on Twitter - https://twitter.com/ComeOnManPOD Follow on Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/comeonmanpodcast // OTHER MEDIA // Watch on YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/comeonmanpodcast --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/comeonman/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/comeonman/support
The Classic Rock Album-By-Album Podcast
In episode number 97 of The Classic Rock Album-By-Album Podcast, hosts Chris Karson and guest host Devin Doyle set out to go through early glam rock staple Electric Warrior by T-Rex. Has glam rock aged well to old ears and young? Does Marc Bolan somehow manage to see above the drum riser and record a classic album? And just how does the Willys Motor Corporation fit in to all of this? Check it out this time on The Classic Rock Album-By-Album Podcast!
Musik bremst nachweislich die natürliche Altersvergesslichkeit. Ausserdem: Tiere schlafen anders. Und: Wie unsere Moorböden heute viel CO2 freisetzen, obwohl sie mehr speichern könnten als Wälder. (00:28) Meldungen: «Starship»-Rakete kurz nach dem Start explodiert. Warum war der versteigerte T-Rex nicht mehr wert? Baumnüsse: gut für Teenager. (08:06) Musik bremst Altersvergesslichkeit: Musikhören oder Klavierspielen bremst bei nicht-dementen Senioren und Seniorinnen den natürlichen Abbau kognitiver Fähigkeiten, wie ein Experiment der Universität Genf und der ETH Lausanne erstmals mit Bildgebung belegen kann. Länger fit bleibt vor allem das Kurzzeitgedächtnis, das wir brauchen, um komplexe Aufgaben zu bewältigen - zum Beispiel logisch denken, lernen oder lesen. (14:03) Wie Tiere im Schlaf abtauchen: Seeelefanten schlafen nur etwa 2 Stunden pro Tag, in spiralförmigen Tauchgängen, mehrere hundert Meter unter Wasser. Das haben Forschende aus den USA soeben nachgewiesen. Auch andere Tiere – von Stockenten über Elefanten bis hin zu Fliegen – haben erstaunliche Schlafgewohnheiten. (20:00) Torf in der Schweiz: Er ist ein Segen für den Garten und die Landwirtschaft. Doch der wertvolle Stoff aus dem Moor ist vor allem ein grosses Umweltproblem. In der Schweiz darf Torf auch nicht mehr abgebaut werden. Statt dessen wird viel davon aus dem Ausland importiert. Doch dies ist nur ein kleiner Teil des Problems.
Een selectie van de beste fragmenten van de afgelopen week. Het ontbrekende morele kompas van Heikenen | het skelet van een T-Rex-dinosaurus onder de hamer | bizarre optredens in Iran | muziek gemaakt door AI.
Kuldrin's Krypt A BDSM 101 Podcast
Recorded: 10/16/2022 / Published: 4/21/2023- Welcome to Kuldrin's Krypt. I'm your host Master Kuldrin. If you are new to the show we use our combined 35 years of BDSM experience and my 20 years working in the psychology field to dispel myths, get rid of stereotypes, and answer your questions about BDSM. Text in your questions and comments to 865-268-4005 or visit the Krypt at https://kuldrinskrypt.com.- In this week's episode we are diving into another question I frequently get: “I'm new and one of my biggest fears is that I'll do something to embarrass myself. What can I do to prevent this?”Correction from the last episode. I started the show in 2016, not 2017, so this will be my 6-year anniversary on November 6, 2022. Also, the 200th episode was a couple back, S04E43, an interview we did with Brittany from the Dungeon Store and Split Peaches.- Rules to Love By: (https://inclusionwoodworks.com)1: Safe, sane, consensual, and informed2: KNKI: Knowledge, No Intolerance, Kindness, Integrity3: “Submission is not about authority and it's not about obedience; it is all about relationships of love and respect.” -Wm. Paul Young- “How to not embarrass yourself when trying BDSM-S04E45”“How to Not Embarrass Yourself When Trying Kink Play” By Gigi Fong / Sep 9, 2022https://hypebae.com/2022/9/fifty-shades-of-grey-what-is-kink-sex-tips“Kink and BDSM make sexual pleasure all the more fun — if you understand the rules. It takes a certain level of maturity to practice, while also holding a safe space for yourself and your partner(s) during sex.So, if you'd like to avoid embarrassing yourself, keep reading.Following toxic pop culture. As much as it made for great discussions, Fifty Shades is not an accurate representation of a consensual kink relationship. Opt for more boundary setting, communication and comprehension, and most importantly, respect.Unclear Boundaries. Not being sure on what you're okay with versus not, can leave you feeling violated and sexually unsatisfied. Neutral environments, like a coffee shop or beach date, are best for having that initial boundary-setting conversation. Make sure you do this before trying something sexually new.Relying on safe words too much. Safe words are important, but if you find yourself blurting them out more often than not, you're probably not mentally or sexually ready for this new adventure. It may be best to do more research and communicate, then revisit — or not.Be prepared to laugh. Just as with life, nothing ever rarely goes as planned — but you have your tools. For example, the gym for stress relief when something goes left. Kink play is the same. You might get caught off guard at some points and let out a nervous laugh. That's okay. As long as you feel safe and respected.”Mayfair's List:Manage expectations: you aren't likely to be ready for a thirty-minute whip scene right awayYou aren't the only ones playing, prepare to hear others and to not be too disruptive. (ball gags can help)Arousal can happen, if it wasn't pre-discussed leave it alone for now.Kuldrin's List:Properly preparing for play: education, practice, “clean out”, …Become comfortable with the grunts, groans, moans, squeals, and “bodily noises”...they're all going to happenFrenzy can be embarrassing. Especially when everyone else sees you in the midst of it and you don't recognize it.Important Links:Full show notes: https://kuldrinskrypt.com/445National Suicide Hotline: 1-800-273-8255NCSF Kink Aware Professionals: https://www.kapprofessionals.org https://kuldrinskrypt.com/silentcommunicationhttps://KuldrinsKrypt.com/surveyhttps://kuldrinskrypt.com/TeePublicShow Producers:Become a show producer: https://KuldrinsKrypt.com/Patreon Make a one-time donation: https://KuldrinsKrypt.com/PayPal Snail mail a donation or gift:Kuldrin Entertainment, LLC257 N. 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THE WONDER: Science-Based Paganism
Remember, we welcome comments, questions, and suggested topics at thewonderpodcastQs@gmail.com. S4E14 TRANSCRIPT:----more---- Mark: Welcome back to the Wonder Science-based Paganism. I'm your host, mark, Yucca: And I'm Yucca. Mark: and today we are going to talk about children's activities for springtime. In most places by now spring has sprung and there are green shoots and leafing trees leafing out and flowers and the sweet smell in the air. And the weather has become, if not mild than milder. And it's, it's just a time for celebrating spring and. And we often associate childhood with spring. Yucca: Right. And I wanna say that before we get going, we're gonna be talking about kids, but a lot of these activities can be for kids of all ages, right? Just because we're going to be thinking about children doesn't mean you can't be your. 30, 40, 50, 60, 70, whatever age you are. Right? So if you've got kiddos in your life, that's awesome. And if you just wanna feel a little bit young at heart, then that's great too. Yeah. Mark: Yeah, that's a really important point I think, because I mean, at least as I celebrate the Wheel of the Year when there's a focus on children around the time of the spring e Equinox, and then going into young adulthood around mayday. It's, it's not only to celebrate those members of the community that are at those stages in their life, it's also to celebrate those qualities in ourselves, right? We, you know, we all still have a kid inside us and that playfulness and Astonishment of discovery and kind of wonder and awe that that comes in a childlike view of the world are great things for all of us. Yucca: Yeah, so this time of year we've. The new life or the waking up of life happening, the popping back in a lot of our holidays have to do with this reemergence of life and newness of things. Is there anything else that, that really speaks kid to you about this time of year? Mark: The bright colors. Yucca: Hmm mm-hmm. Mark: You know, the colors of flowers, the, the mating plumage of birds the, the fruit trees leafing out and flowering and we associate bright colors with this. Both with childhood you know, those kind of primary colors that are used in a lot of children's toys and so forth. But also with this time of year with brightly colored eggs and jelly beans and things like that as well. So, that's something else that I associate with this time of year is just really super colorful, bright color palette. Yucca: Right. Yeah, I see that too. And for us also, the getting back outdoors. And our climate, this really is when we can be spending lots of time outdoors again. I mean, we, we do anyways, but it's far more pleasant to do it when it's not literally freezing, right? When you can go out and, oh, you don't have to have the shoes on and you can not worry about bundling up every, you can just go out, right? You don't. Make it this whole ordeal to get them all wrapped up and to get you and the, you know, you can just go, there's just, there's a, there's a freedom, there's a just sort of, what's the word I'm looking for? Like Mark: Well, there's, there's an exuberance that goes with that, right? I mean, you, you feel that soft air on your skin. Yucca: yeah. Mark: You know, that wonderful soft spring air on your skin and after being indoors for months, Yucca: Mm-hmm. Mark: that's a, a very pleasant change of pace. Yucca: Yeah. Well, why don't we get into some of the things? Yeah. Mark: okay. That's what I was gonna suggest. Let's do that. Yucca: All right. Well, we were brainstorming a little bit before and came up with a huge list of stuff to get into and I'm sure that we'll miss some of the things. Mark: will. Yucca: but the first thing that really pops into my mind is the spring cleaning. I know you might think of this as more of like a grownup sort of thing. But I think that at least for us, having the kids fully involved with all of the household activities is really important because they're part of our society too. Right. And if you want them to be able to do their laundry when they're 20, well, They need to start doing their laundry earlier on. They need to be part of that process, not have it be this huge ordeal when suddenly they're on their own and Oh goodness, right? Like, no, they just, you know, they're part of the household. They're, they're involved in that. And so same thing with any other activity we're doing. And so the spring cleaning it, there's something about spring. I know it's cliche. There's, I think we've recognized it for a long time, that it's, you know, you're opening up the windows, you're letting that fresh air in. There's that new beginnings happening in the outside world, and so we kind of bring that into the inside world. And I, I think it's really important for the, you know, their agency, their self agency and that, and getting to choose, okay, well, you know, let. Get rid of these things, they don't fit you anymore. Is there one or two that you wanna save as a keepsake? And if so, where are you gonna fit that? Because there's a limited amount of space right there. Right. And just having them be part of that process and, you know, making it kind of a fun thing, I think is, is really powerful. Mark: Sure. Yeah. When you've been closed up inside for months, things pile. Yucca: Mm-hmm. Mark: just, just a lot of junk. You know, you, you put something down and forget about it and then two months later it's still there. Well, it's time to move that thing now. Yucca: With three things on top of it. Mark: well, yeah. Yucca: Yeah. Mark: And one thing, you know, kids really like doing adult stuff. They like being involved in things that feel real. Right. So, you know, you'll. You know, kids with like toy razors and, you know, stuff like that cuz they, they want to pretend to be adults Yucca: Mm-hmm. Mark: and so, you know, hey, why don't you help me clean out the garage is, I mean, you know, to an adult that may sound like I don't want to clean out the garage, but to a kid it's like, Hey, I get to clean out the garage. Yucca: Yeah, I mean, it depends on how you sell it. Right. And it depends on what else they're doing. If you're saying, why don't you stop playing Minecraft right now and come do something else, you might not get the buy-in, right? Mark: Yeah. Yucca: you, you gotta kind of think about how to do it and have it be an invitation. And I mean, it's such a tricky balance that, you know, every family figures out what works for them with their values and the particular people that are involved. But for me, I, I try and be very careful about not making it a requirement. Right. Not making it this sort of, well, if they aren't, you know, if they don't wanna come work with me in the greenhouse, like that's okay. I wouldn't force my partner to do that. Right? So why would I, you know, force my kid to do it? I don't wanna make it this obligation thing. And so there's a, there's some trust in there, right? That kind of has to be built between the people involved. And, but most of the time I find that it ends up is, you know, if I'm mindful about what space they're in, they often are pretty interested in coming and participating and doing. You know, their share of it. That's not to say that we don't have things that are their responsibility, right? They certainly have their chores and things like that, but when it's inviting them to come do new things and learn new things and participate with, fully, participate in that, like the adult world of running the households making sure that it isn't this gloomy pressure thing I think is really important. Mark: Yeah. And I think as you say, there are ways you can sell it. You know, if it's, if it's like, you know, in the morning at breakfast, The next three days are special days. They are spring cleaning days. We're going to, we're going to, you know, get our whole place together here. It's really exciting. So I'm gonna be working in the garage who'd like to help me? Yucca: Yeah. And ooh. You get to pick out the music when we're in the garage, right? You're working with me in the garage, you're the one who gets to pick the song or you know, that kind of thing. And again, it's just always gonna depend on the particular person, because for some people that's exciting. And for others they're like, I get to pick out the music, so what, like, that doesn't mean anything to me. Right. But, you know, yeah. But setting aside, it's that time. And. This is one thing that this kind of general parenting thing that we found because I know that a lot of other parents really struggle with the, ourselves included. I'm saying this is something that we as a society have is that struggle with the balance between screen and non-screen time. That we try and set an expectation of, well, during the morning time, like that just isn't screen time. Nobody's doing screen. And the hardest thing is just if parents aren't doing screen, kids aren't doing screen. It's just not, that's not, when you do screen. Screen is something that happens in the afternoons and sometimes into the evening, but not at night. Right. Like you just set up the expectation. And just kind of have to stick to it and, and be the, the model for it. And I always find that the hardest part. It's easy for me to like tell them what to do. Be like, you can't be on the screen. It's a lot harder for me to put mine away, but it's absolutely ineffective if I tell them not to do it while I'm sitting here doing it because they're not stupid. Right. They have humans. Humans have a fierce sense of fairness. yeah. So, Mark: Yeah, and you know, the, the, the concept of injustice is something that we developed very early. Yucca: Oh, Mark: Yeah. You know, if you're doing it and I'm not allowed to do it, there's something wrong. Yeah. So one thing that, it occurs to me, because we were gonna talk in a moment about decorating the house for, for the season. Right. And it occurs to me, you can actually tie this to the spring cleaning piece, where it's like we clean it first and then we decorat. Yucca: Mm-hmm. Yeah. Mark: to get to the fun, crafty decoration part, we gotta clean it first. And so it becomes, you know, a kind of a seamless project where the whole thing, you know, we're decorating, but of course to decorate we've gotta get this stuff out of the way first. Yucca: Yeah, you, you gotta have a clean wall to do that with. Get rid of those hand prints. We all have those hand prints. You know what hand prints I'm talking about, right? Yeah. There's just so many of them everywhere, so I love that. Yeah. And again, just always making it into that kind of fun thing. The point of it is to, is I think of it as to be joyous, right? That this is, this is life we get, you know, why is it that we want our houses to be clean well, so that it feels good to be in them, right? So that we're healthy so that we enjoy being in them so we can be productive. But why do we wanna be productive so that we can be happy, right? It all comes back to, you know, what's to. Just enjoying the life that we have. Right. And, you know, we we're taking care of our loved ones, but again, so that they can be happy because we love them. Mark: Really well said. Yeah, I, I think it's important to always, you know, root. Root, our actions, our re you know, and our recommendations of actions in exactly that, you know, how is this making your life better or how is this making the world better or both? Right. You know, those, those, those are the, you know, to, to my mind, those are the two edicts that we have being alive, you know, live a really full, joyous, amazing life and. You know, leave something better than it was when you got here. And I mean, that's a very fulfilling kind of life to have. And so, yeah. Exactly. So Yucca: Yeah, so there's the decorating, the spring decorating. I always think bringing some of what's happening in the outside world, into the inside world. I was just sharing with Mark earlier, our daffodils have just start, so we're recording on the 15th. So where I live, our daffodils just bloomed. And Mark, you were saying they were blue for you. It was January, right? Mark: of January. Yeah. Yucca: Yeah. But a couple cut daffodils, you know, in, in a little. We don't have any fancy vs. So it's mason jar, right? So we have it sitting in a mason jar on the table and bringing in some of the things. We still have a lot of our feathers up and things like And just bringing some of the stuff from outside in. And of course, my kids love bringing in rocks. We have piles of shiny rocks all over the place. The cat then goes and knocks down cuz they're the perfect size for knocking down. So in the middle of the night, you're Mark: You got a whole ecosystem going there. Yucca: We do, yes. And then you step on them. And it just reminds you that you're alive when you step on rocks, brought in by children, knocked over by cats and all of that. I think the, that gets at just to re to remember also that, that. When it comes to kids, you just kind of gotta go with the flow with them sometimes. And they're not gonna be perfect at things. They're learning. This is them learning for the first time. And we've had years and years of practice at everything from, you know, how to move our hands to regulating our emotions when we're disappointed and, and they haven't yet. And this is them learning to do that. And so, It can be tricky to let go of some of the expectations of how it's gonna look and how well to get it done and just say it's okay. It, it's really okay. As long as it functions, as long as, you know, nobody's in danger and gonna get hurt and it's healthy. Right. You're not, it's not dirty to the extent that it's unhealthy or something like that. It's okay. Right. You know? so, and I think that's good to remember with ourselves. Coming back to the, there being inner children and all of us just to, to give ourselves that Grace A. Little bit sometimes too. So Mark: Yeah, that's, that's well said. I, I really agree with that. Yucca: yeah. Mark: you can bring in flowers from the outside. You can bring in like bows from a lilac bush that's blooming or cherry tree that's blooming. All of those things make for pretty nice sort of tabletop decorations. You can bring in bright, bright spring leaves. I mean, we tend to think of leaves as being more of an autumn thing. But those bright green spring leaves, you can string 'em on. And hang them up or just use them sort of to carpet the horizontal surfaces in your, your house, whatever, Yucca: Or a little clear bowl, like if a little glass bowl, put those in them. It, you know. Very beautiful. Yeah. So next, why don't we talk a little bit about crafts. So art, there's art and craft, right? And people are gonna, there, there, there's a vinn diagram there and where they overlap people is gonna depend on each person's preferences, right? For me, I think about art as something that doesn't necessarily have a purpose other. Just the, the process of making it and the enjoyment of looking at it. Right. Whereas the craft has a, has another purpose behind it. Like a, kind of, the traditional kid craft is weaving the pot holder or something like that. So you have the process of making it, but then it's also an object that has a, has a, a purpose afterwards. Right. Mark: Uhhuh Uhhuh. Yucca: so springtime, there's definitely lots of the sorts of, you know, making the bird feeder or that kind of outdoor sorts of things. What we look for is things that the kids can do that's important to the. The household where they get to be part of what needs to happen, and that has a real purpose to it. Because again, coming back to they're, they're not, they're smart, right? They know when we're just making something up to give them busy work and they know when it's something that really matters and it's so important for their. Like they're self-efficacy, right? To, to know that they are contributing and they are able to contribute. So when we can come up with things, tasks for them to do that can be uniquely theirs that are kind of crafty sort of things. I think that's a really nice opportunity. Right. And that's just gonna depend on what's happening in your, what your household is like. What are you rural, urban, are you. Temperate, tropical. You know, all of those things are gonna vary. Mark: Right. Although that said, bird feeders are a pretty good choice because there are birds pretty much everywhere Yucca: Yeah. Mark: of one kind or another, and if you put out food for them, they will eat it. Yucca: Yeah. Mark: They, they, they will show up and they will eat it. We have a very active couple of bird feeders here at our place. One for hummingbirds and one for PA birds, and yeah, they they sure go through that bird seed. It's amazing. Yucca: Yeah. Well, and that's one of the, the jobs, which is my kids, they go out and they. They take out the bird seed and they clean the water dishes as well, because we we're in a very dry environment. So having water out is almost more important for our wildlife than. The bird, the seed, right? It's easier to find food than it is to find water. But we wanna make sure that that's clean so that we're not spreading diseases, right? So they go out and they swap out, depending on the dish. We have a couple that they bring the dish in and we just swap it out every day, right? So it gets washed every day with the dishes and then it goes back out. And and so that's one that that they know. If they don't do, then the birds. Get their food, the, then the chipmunks don't get their food and the squirrels don't. Now, I could imagine for a kid who struggles with anxiety, that might not be the, a good fit for them, right? Where if they, that might be anxiety inducing. But depending on the personality, you know, for mine, that that's something that is an empowering experience for them and just as, as their grownups, we just need to be kind of tuned into how is this? How is this likely to be received with the particular person that we're shepherding and, and helping? Right. Mark: Mm-hmm. Yucca: But it's lovely for them to be like, oh, I haven't fed the birds yet. The poor things. They're gonna be so hungry. Right. And it's like all the eight in the mornings like, yeah, it's okay. You could go do it. They'll, they'll appreciate it. Mark: they're not quite that fragile, but yes, you, you remembered and it's your job and that's great. Yucca: So, and I think I shared my favorite one. This is not a spring activity, but just for a suggestion of types of activities that we did this year that worked out so lovely. Is our, our house We heat with passive solar and a wood stove. And so we have to light a fire in the cold months of the year. And so in the fall, the, the kids gathered lots of little sticks and made the little Kindle bundles. And that was their job. And so, When every time we lit a fire, we were lighting it with the bundles that the kids made. Right? So that kind of activity, and that was just so lovely because every day it was something they, they're a little bit too young to actually be starting the fire on their own right. We're really big on them doing. Doing lots of stuff in the household, but they're still, my, my oldest is only six and a half, so I th you know, wait a few years till she's lighting fires. But she still got to be part of that really important thing. And the littlest, he got to be part of that as well and get to feel like, wow, I contributed, I'm part of the family. I'm important and. You know, I, I plan to be there as long as I can for them, right? I, I wanna make it to the triple digits if I can, but there will be a time when I'm not there to help them and they have to do it on their own, right? And so I want them to be as, as prepared for that as possible in a way that is as Smooth, right? As, as could, can be, right? Because people, we'll figure out how to do it. Humans will figure out how to survive. But if it can be as painless a process as possible, I think that's nice. Mark: I think so too. Yeah. Yucca: then they can spend that effort on, on something else. Mark: Mm-hmm. So yeah. So do you want to talk about other kinds of craft activities? I mean, the, the, the classic for this time of year is dying eggs. Yucca: Absolutely. Mark: It's a little late in the year this year for doing that. But it's still really cool especially if you use, especially if you use natural dyes. And. There are techniques you can use to put like leaf prints on the sides of the eggs and stuff, really make them beautiful. And it just then, then you have hard boiled eggs you're going to eat. And just a little more color to your breakfast. Yucca: Yeah, and you can also if you're using natural dyes, you can boil your eggs, peel them, then dye them. And then you actually, when you eat your eggs, you have colorful eggs. And that usually goes over pretty well with the kids, Mark: I Yucca: right? It, it won't go all the way through to get that top, you know, few millimeters or so. So you get like the little ring and if you slice the eggs in the like discs, that's really nice. Mark: Okay. Yucca: oh, and doing deviled eggs and dying it different colors. That's really fun. Mark: Okay. Yucca: Yeah. Mark: I can't imagine deviled eggs with blue blue yolk mixture. Yucca: yes. Well, and if you, if you dye the the outside of it a little bit too, and this is, and this might be just a little kid thing, but a lot of kids that I've known really like when you, when you play, when you present the food in a more fun way. Right. We, we we'll make little like scrambled eggs and I have cookie cutters and so I'll fry them in the pan in the cookie cutters. So it's the shape of a T-Rex when they eat their eggs. Right? So much more fun. Now you have t-rex eggs, right? So, and you could definitely Mark: And then, Yucca: the sort of spring themed things, right? Mark: then they can, they can tell their friends that they had dinosaur eggs for breakfast. Yucca: Well, and they did My, my kids are very fond of telling me that chickens are dinosaurs, Mark: Oh, okay. There you go. Yucca: yeah. Mark: They sure act like dinosaurs. Yucca: Yep. Well, why don't we talk also about the outside stuff, because since spring, you know, this is when we can get back outside. There's all kinds of fun games. There's all the, you know, the classic childhood games. You're capture the flag. Hide. Yeah, hide and seek. You know, setting up little like scavenger hunts. Oh, speak. As long as we're talking kids. One of the traditions that we have started doing now that, that we're in the losing teeth time period, is we don't do any of the like tooth fairy or Santa Claus or any of that because I'm uncomfortable with. Lying about it. Right. And I know some peop that's just something that is not comfortable for me. So instead of having a tooth fairy come and give the kids money, we do a scavenger hunt every time they lose a tooth. And then there's something like a little prize at the end. Yeah. Mark: Nice. Nice. So there's still a ceremonial recognition of this thing that's happened and a fun activity and a little reward. Yeah. Yucca: For the, my oldest one, they lost their first tooth. They'd been asking for a watch for a while because I wear a watch. And I had been reluctant to give them a watch because the. Pretty rough with their hands and breaking things and all of that. But when they lost their tooth, I got a watch for them and that was their prize. But each of the steps on the scavenger hunt was going to places where they have done things that they've been growing up and maturing in the family. So they went to the greenhouse where they help water the plants and we went out to the wood pile where they help go get wood and out to the bird feeder. Where they feed the bird. Right. And going from spot to spot with a little note about like, How you've been contributing and growing up. And then at the end, they got to get their watch. They were mature enough and that they had shown they were mature and old enough to get their watch when they lost their first tooth and all of that. Mark: Oh, that's love. Yucca: so so I think that they're with families, it's, there's so much. Possibility. And it's just, it's coming up with ideas like that. It's just you get to play, right. Play with these ideas of what, what is it? And, and bringing in some of the silliness to it or the fun, you know, I tried to write as teeny, teeny tiny as I could with that, right? Cuz we were, pretend we were playing with the tooth fairy thing. She's very insistent though that that stuff doesn't exist. She's. You know, we don't believe in God's. They're important stories, but we don't believe in them. And the tooth fair is kind of like a God, but not really. Because I don't have any books about her. And I'm like, okay, well we could give you a book about her. So, but coming back to the, the outside stuff, I think that getting outside, playing outside and something that we don't, it's amazing how much we don't have of this in our modern lives, but just having free unstructured time is just so critical. important for littles and really important for adults too. Just to be able to be out and just do whatever your curiosity leads you to, or notice that butterfly that's going there, or, you know, enjoy. Taking that stick and seeing how many times you can break it in half, whatever it is that coming up with your adventure games, your make-believe stories about how you can transform into a giant snake or whatever it is. It's just so, so important for kids. And the spring just feels like perfect for that because we, you cannot do all, you can do that stuff inside, but there's something very different about being outside out of the physical structure. Right. Out of these boxes that we live in, these literal boxes, right? If you're inside, I'm guessing that there, a few of you might be listening to this on a walk right now, but the vast majority of of people listening, I bet you're inside a box right now. You're inside a metal box, which is your car. You're inside a, a wooden frame box, which is your house, or maybe it's concrete or steel. But we spend a lot of time in these really defined structures that just feel very, very different than being outside with. Messy lines and flowing forms that are moving because there's a little bit of wind going through them in the clouds and there's just so much more, I don't even know the words, but you know, it's, it's outside is messy. Right. Mark: Yeah. There's so much more to experience out there, obviously. Yucca: Yeah. Mark: It's, it's always moving and changing. The sky is always changing. And it's full of those shaggy fractal shapes, right? The repeating patterns that make up the shape of a, of a coniferous tree or a particular kind of shrub or whatever it is, and having those kinds of patterns. For some reason is very reassuring to people. It's good for our mental health to see those kinds of things and we find them very beautiful which is, it's good for us. The experience of beauty is good for us. So, while you're outside, you might want to have something to drink. So I have a recipe for raspberry lemonade. Yucca: Hmm. Mark: And so let me give you this, it's pretty, should be pretty simple. You can jot it down, you know, you can stop the podcast, jot things down, and then continue. It is tasty and refreshing childlike beverage for spring. So, what I'm, what I'm about to, to tell you about serves 12. Yucca: Ooh. Okay. Mark: So you need three quarters of a cup, and I'm not gonna give the metric conversions. I've got 'em, but I'm, I'm not gonna give them three quarters of a cup of fresh or thawed, frozen raspberries, nine cups of water, two cups of freshly squeezed lemon juice, which is about 12 lemons, and then two cups of very fine or powdered. Which is less than was in the original recipe that I adapted this from. Because I like my, my lemonade kind of tart. I don't like it. Super sweet. Yucca: Mm-hmm. Mark: So you puree the raspberries in a blender and strain them through a siv to take the seeds out into a pitcher, and then you add everything else and whisk it together until the sugar dissolves and pour over ice and. It's very simple, but it's delicious. Really, really good. And if you need an adult version of this, it goes well with vodka. Yucca: Yeah. And with the sugar you could probably put less in, taste it, and then just keep adding to taste. Mark: Yes, that's a, that's a good idea because people have different amounts of tolerance for sugar, different amounts of, of taste for sugar, so Yucca: But it seems like it's such a simple, easy recipe that you can just add in as you need. Yeah. Mark: Yeah. Yucca: Hmm. Mark: Yep. And it's, it's a delicious, tasty beverage to have on one of those warm spring days. Yucca: Yep. Mark: When kids have been running around and running around and running around and running around and they're finally starting to flag, might be time to plunk them down and have something with some electrolytes in it and you know, get some water into 'em. Yucca: Mm-hmm. Yeah. And then before we know it, it'll be the hot time of year, right? Mark: yep. Yep, indeed. It's not far off for sure. Yucca: Hmm. Well, is there anything else, mark, that we should touch on in our Mark: You know, not that I can think of Yucca: activities? Mark: other than just to encourage everybody to go out and play, you know, go out and, you know, kick a ball around or, you know, do whatever it is that you like to do outside. That's fun. It's this is a great time of year in the Northern Hemisphere to be out under the sky and just really enjoying the great outdoors. So, really encourage you to do that in whatever manner works best for you. Yucca: Yeah. Well, thank you for joining us, everyone. Mark: Lovely to, to have you with us. As always, thanks so much for supporting the podcast. And just a quick reminder, the conference that we're doing in June ticket sales are still registration is still open and will be until a few days before the conference. The. We'll, we'll put the link to how you get the information and register and all that kind of stuff in the show notes. Yucca: And I will be doing a kids activity. So there will be an activity for kiddos if they want to come and join us for this, for that. So, yeah. Mark: Okay. Thanks everybody.
US inflation fell to 5% last month – the lowest rate since May 2021. March's monthly consumer price index – which measures the price of a ‘basket' of goods and services – continued its steady decline from its peak of just over 9%. It prompted US President Joe Biden to tweet that: “Inflation has come down 45% since its summer peak. Gas prices are down, and grocery prices fell last month for the first time since September 2020”. But the slowdown is not expected to sway officials at the Federal Reserve, who set interest rates. Economists are still expecting an increase. Also in the US - some ambitious new targets have been announced for cutting greenhouse gas emissions from cars. The Environmental Protection Agency wants two-thirds of all new vehicles to be electric within a decade. It's the latest step by the Biden administration to push for the mass adoption of EVs. Last year, electric vehicles made up about six percent of the American market so there's a long way to go to hit those targets. Are they realistic? And, do you fancy buying a dinosaur skeleton? If you do next week is your big chance. The full skeleton of a T-Rex goes to auction in Switzerland. But you will need a minimum of around $5 million if you fancy bidding. There is, however, some concern about the whole ethics of selling off such rare fossils. Will the public ever get to see it in future - or will fossil ownership simply become another rich person's toy? (Photo: President Biden during his visit to Ireland. Credit: Getty Images)
US inflation fell to 5% last month – the lowest rate since May 2021. March's monthly consumer price index – which measures the price of a ‘basket' of goods and services – continued its steady decline from its peak of just over 9%. It prompted US President Joe Biden to tweet that: “Inflation has come down 45% since its summer peak. Gas prices are down, and grocery prices fell last month for the first time since September 2020”. But the slowdown is not expected to sway officials at the Federal Reserve, who set interest rates. Economists are still expecting an increase. They became fashionable during the pandemic...so why are so-called 'blank cheque' companies now being ripped up? Also known as special purpose acquisition companies - or Spacs - they raise cash by listing on the stock market before looking for a private company to merge with. The biggest of them in Europe, Pegasus Europe, is being wound up, prompting fears that Spacs may be reaching the end of the road. And - do you fancy buying a dinosaur skeleton?...because if you do next week is your big chance. The full skeleton of a T-Rex goes to auction in Switzerland. But you'll need a minimum of around $5 million if you fancy bidding. There is, however, some concern about the whole ethics of selling off such rare fossils. Will the public ever get to see it in future - or will fossil ownership simply become another rich person's toy?
Cuerpos especiales vuelve de vacaciones y Eva Soriano e Iggy Rubín te ponen al día con la actualidad. El golfista español Jon Rahm ha hecho historia tras ganar el Masters de Augusta. Además, España termina la Semana Santa con récord de turismo, superando la cifra de 2019. Y lo más random: la Universidad de Toronto ha afirmado que los T-Rex tenían labios.
(If you're not familiar with The Smattering 2023 Portfolio Contest, check out episode 32) Three months into 2023, and it's clear that you, our listeners, are the best stock pickers. Or that's what the early results of The Smattering 2023 Portfolio Contest show! In this Episode, Jeff and Jason discuss their early takes on the stocks they picked, lessons learned so far this year, and where their convictions lie going forward. In the second part of the show, Jeff asks the question, Did Jason Just Buy a Penny Stock? Maybe. Sorta. Companies mentioned: AMC, AMZN, ATY, BIP, BOC, BLNK, CRWD, DDOG, LMND, MELI, META, OM, TREX, TSLA, SPG, TSM, TTD We would love feedback on the show. Share with us at: Email: email@example.com Twitter: @smatteringshow Check out our YouTube channel for more content: https://www.youtube.com/@TheSmatteringShow Find the 2023 Smattering Portfolio here: https://tinyurl.com/Smatterfolio
Kuldrin's Krypt A BDSM 101 Podcast
Recorded: 9/04/2022 / Published: 4/6/2023 - You can text in your question at 865-268-4005 or visit the Krypt at https://kuldrinskrypt.com.- In this week's episode we are talking about erotic blueprints and the ups and downs of each one of them.. - Rules to Love By: (https://inclusionwoodworks.com)Safe, sane, consensual, and informedKNKI: Knowledge, No Intolerance, Kindness, Integrity“Submission is not about authority and it's not about obedience; it is all about relationships of love and respect.” -Wm. Paul Young- “Split Peaches and The Dungeon Stores Brittany-S04E43”https://KuldrinsKrypt.com/SplitPeacheshttps://thedungeonstore.com/ Ten Licks:How long have been into Kink?Top, bottom, or switch?Relationship Status?Favorite Position?Favorite Implement?Favorite Roleplay?Favorite kink or fetish?Favorite place for kink?Strangest Place you've had sex?Something you want to try?What is the Dungeon Store?What is Split Peaches?Important Links:Full show notes: https://kuldrinskrypt.com/443National Suicide Hotline: 1-800-273-8255NCSF Kink Aware Professionals: https://www.kapprofessionals.org/https://kuldrinskrypt.com/silentcommunication https://KuldrinsKrypt.com/survey https://kuldrinskrypt.com/TeePublic Show Producers: Become a show producer: https://KuldrinsKrypt.com/Patreon Make a one-time donation: https://KuldrinsKrypt.com/PayPal Snail mail a donation or gift:Kuldrin Entertainment, LLC257 N. Calderwood Rd. #168Alcoa, TN 37701- Benefactor ($2,000/month): - Pro Producer ($100/month): - Master Producer ($50/month): Buffalo_Max92- Executive Producer ($25/month) ShadowyFox, JunicornsAngel, Johnny Ferrell, Haru Webb, Rei Webb, Maxi, Nix_09, DarlingTN and Sarge, and OnceUponATime81- Sr. Producers ($10/month): Trouble113, RoxieBear, ThatPlace: Oklahoma City, Alexandria, babylove&T-Rex, Master Gabriel, Knot_the_Daddy, Atsila, Daddy Steve, Sir Pent, KJ, UpstateScCouple, Crystal Force, PerfectlyThick, Cap'n J, Saviy, Mr. Byond, CurtainCall, SubmissiveKay, TrinityFae, AK-47, and Thorn- Producers ($5/month): Kainsin, Hadea, MBRpoodle, Baddogbad & Subx13, Arctic Foxglove, Katnipmeow, WyldThyme & Deacon Sean, CheeryQuery, Rabbit, Just_Call_Me_Ash, Sir Wolf ArchAngel, CourtsDom, Jon Shaw, Ben, Grizzled Yeti & Yoza, Brittany, Sekhmets_Shadow, FetishArtist, Frozen Moron, Kitten399, Katiee, Koitsukihime(AD), Artemis, SirBNice, Neon, Dan & Dawn from Erotic Awakening Podcast, Black Angel, Sir RJ Recife, CivlDisobedience, Officer Davis, and Unassuming_dude.- Jr. Producers ($1/month): K-2SO, Morgana13, Rope Aficionado, Brodie, Lexa, Gator & Gizmo, Ashley, and Meg,Vendors I know, like, trust, and use: (None of these are paid sponsors of the podcast.- http://bdsmcontracts.org Coupon code: kuldrin20 for a 20% discount on all purchases.- http://whippingstripes.com - My personal maker of most things leather and paracord impact toys.- https://www.etsy.com/shop/TorridTimber - Fine fetish furniture and accessories- https://www.etsy.com/shop/TheCraftyHedonist - Tink's Toys Fb Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/2350280868612699 Fetlife Profile: https://fetlife.com/users/9885653?sp=3 *coupon for listeners (first purchase only) TinksToys13- Dark Delights Shops: https://darkdelightsshop.com/ (Watch my product review of them: https://kuldrinskrypt.com/DarkDelightsShop)- Split Peaches https://KuldrinsKrypt.com/SplitPeaches Contact info:Email: MasterKuldrin@gmail.comFetlife Group: https://fetlife.com/groups/159275Twitter: @MasterKuldrin https://twitter.com/MasterKuldrinPatreon: kuldrinskrypt https://www.patreon.com/KuldrinsKrypt
The World and Everything In It
As generative AI gets more powerful, tech titans call for a timeout to consider the ethics involved; migrant deaths put heavy burdens on local communities as summer surges are anticipated; and walking in the footsteps of Jesus in modern day Jerusalem. Plus: TikTok on Capitol Hill, T-Rex lips, commentary from Cal Thomas, and the Thursday morning news.Support The World and Everything in It today at wng.org/donate. Additional support comes from Pensacola Christian College. Empowering leaders to influence the world for Christ. More at go.pcci.edu/World And from Ridge Haven Camp and Retreat Centers offering year-round availability with its new 12,000 sq ft gym and guest housing. More at ridgehaven.org-Over 700 million meals distributed since 1991.-Just 25¢ can provide a meal for a hungry child.-Serving in 30 countries, including the US.Since 1991, Children's Hunger Fund (CHF) has come alongside the local church in 30 countries, including the US, to deliver food, aid, and the hope of the gospel. To date, 96% of total contributions—over 1 billion dollars in food and other aid—have been distributed through programs serving more than 20 million children across America and around the world. CHF has consistently received a four-star rating from Charity Navigator. CHF has distribution centers in San Antonio, Frisco, and their Los Angeles headquarters. To learn more, visit ChidrensHungerFund.org/world.
The Crane answers the age-old question: what if Inspector Gadget was a Nazi spy with a giant mechanical T-Rex? Pictures! Text! Cringy headers! https://villains.lol/the-crane/
Ben XO - XPOSURE Show (http://www.bassdrive.com/)
01 - 00:00:00 - Technimatic - Sunburst 02 - 00:02:50 - R1C0 - The Light 03 - 00:06:23 - Hologram - Valve 04 - 00:09:00 - Warm Roller and Pyxis - Always 05 - 00:11:21 - Teej & Trex feat. Medic MC - Night Time 06 - 00:14:26 - Drumsound & Bassline Smith - Jungle Dub (Here Comes) 07 - 00:16:36 - Mob Tactics - Beyond the Circus 08 - 00:18:01 - The Upbeats - Octo 09 - 00:19:47 - Matrix & Fierce - Tightrope 10 - 00:22:09 - Doc Scott - The Unofficial Ghost (Remastered) 11 - 00:26:12 - Transforma & Dropset - Trigger Warning 12 - 00:29:19 - Trex - Out The Box 13 - 00:30:29 - Concept 2 - Unlock The Secrets 14 - 00:32:04 - Bad Company - The Pulse 15 - 00:35:15 - Hyroglifics - Albany Road 16 - 00:37:01 - Break - The Truth 17 - 00:39:03 - Roni Size - Repazent (Out Of The Game) 18 - 00:42:52 - RAM TRILOGY - Mindscan (Ed Rush & Optical remix) 19 - 00:48:02 - Saal - Signs (Blu Mar Ten Mix) 20 - 00:51:49 - Xeomi & Kaiza - Nugget 21 - 00:53:58 - Command Strange - Last Dance 22 - 00:55:04 - Alexus - More 23 - 00:58:24 - Anaïs x Sudley x Champion DI - Live By The Sword 24 - 01:00:47 - Urbano, More Plastic - One Taste 25 - 01:02:29 - Protostar - Dance Till You're Dead (Heads Will Roll D&B Bootleg) 26 - 01:04:32 - Will Miles - No Cover 27 - 01:07:32 - Dub Elements, Midnight CVLT - Emergency Loop 28 - 01:09:21 - Tryst Temps - 2.0 29 - 01:11:17 - Kemal - Bleed 30 - 01:14:00 - Level 2 - Bali Hai 31 - 01:17:02 - Q Project - Skeeza 32 - 01:19:28 - Universal Project, DJ Friction - Weird Vibes 33 - 01:21:15 - DJ Die, Addison Groove - Morro Dub (Watch The Ride Remix) 34 - 01:25:28 - Remarc - R.I.P 35 - 01:27:04 - Desired State - Mind Games 36 - 01:31:05 - R1C0 (feat. D.E.D) - All Of Me 37 - 01:33:31 - Skeptical - Initiate 38 - 01:35:24 - North Base - Paradigm (feat Chords) 39 - 01:37:07 - Bungle - Arcadia 40 - 01:38:39 - Ed Rush & Optical - Bacteria 41 - 01:40:34 - Break & Silent Witness - Rain Man 42 - 01:46:14 - Noise Souls - Carnivorous 43 - 01:49:07 - Ed Rush & Optical - Kerbcrawler 44 - 01:51:09 - Substrate - Throwback 45 - 01:52:16 - Gravit-E & Lovell - Mr DJ 46 - 01:54:00 - Ils & Solo - Frozen (Dom & Roland Remix)
the origin of some Napoleon Dynamite audio, and a new T-Rex revelation
Welcome to Jurassic Park!! That's right the BAF Guys are taking on the dinosaurs in this epic Legacy episode! Gute hosts as the boys breakdown the first 3 Jurassic Park films with 2 amazing drinks! So load up in your jeep, check your review mirror for the T-Rex and get ready for the BAF Adventure into Jurassic Park!!
Ricardo Juarez wanted to propose to the his girlfriend, Stephani Gutierrez. So while they were at the Dodgers game, he decided to jump onto the outfield and pop the question. Well, then Ricardo got popped by the stadium security - really popped. Like snot bubbles out the nose, popped. This sparked a lot of conversation - did the security guard overreact?I'm actually more irritated with the idea of a public proposal.T-Rex's appearance in Jurassic Park is a big fat lie!! I know, shocking considering that's based on a true story. Anyway, evidence suggests that instead of a mouthful of fangs sticking out like a crocodile's, the T-Rex had lips which covered its teeth whenever its mouth was closed. Like a Komodo Dragon or Angelina Jolie.Should artificial intelligence be shut down or at least paused? Elon Musk, Eliezer Yudkowsky, Apple's co-founder Steve Wozniak, along with many others say, yes!I asked ChatGPT some questions about the future of AI. Its answers are straight to the point, obvious, troubling, and borderline erotic - depending what you're into. Buy some cool Colorado gear! Buy anything under the "DeHuff's Picks" and that goes towards helping the podcast! https://1876.co/collections/dehuffs-picks
One of my favourite episodes ever. Sometimes things just click! Friendly Rich, Canada's legendary songsmith of dark and deranged folk songs, has just announced his highly anticipated new LP Man Out of Time (due out March 31st on We Are Busy Bodies) with an advance single and video for the song Le P'tit Bonheur. This latest single is sung in French and is an homage to one of Friendly Rich's greatest inspirations. In explaining the single he had to say, “I hope you enjoy this release, this work means alot to me, I honour the great Quebecois songwriter Felix Leclerc, and I go to even darker places as a songwriter. I wanted to honour Felix Leclerc's music, and was able to dive into it with Mike T Kerr and Drew Jurecka to help.” What came out is a dark and unique interpretation that sets the tone for this record. With 4 Leclerc songs embedded throughout the recording, Man Out of Time shows the many sides of Friendly Rich as a composer and performer. Friendly Rich describes his latest studio recording as a “dark reflection of the pandemic”. But there's more going on here - a punk sensibility with a folky delivery creates a unique sound that is as dark and hopeless as the pandemic that inspired it. Man Out of Time features a rolling cast of Canadian musicians and guest performances by Brian Poole (Renaldo & The Loaf), Kevin Breit (Nora Jones, Hugh Laurie), Christine Duncan (Tanya Tagaq), Michael Ward-Bergeman (Yo-Yo Ma and the Silk Road Ensemble) and many more unique musicians. The full length recording features unique interpretations of legendary Quebecois songwriter Felix Leclerc among Friendly Rich's honed brand of deranged folk songs. The music can be described as high-energy, rhythmic and atmospheric, ranging from sullen stripped down ballads to frenetic folky foot-stompers. Friendly Rich's music is theatrical and melodic and brings to mind early Bowie with hints of operatic rock in the vein of T-Rex and Roky Erickson. D I S C O V E R Website: http://www.friendlyrich.com Bandcamp: https://friendlyrich.bandcamp.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/friendlyrich Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/friendlyrich Twitter: https://twitter.com/Friendly_Rich YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/friendlyrich Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/artist/1SWneDpUI2N0Bz46xl1cg5?si=zo59VzLcR9mAZr6F_m9ksg Brought to you by AIXdspShop now and get up to 50% off on all plugins.Website: HEREPledge monthly with Patreon https://www.patreon.com/apologueShop Apologue products at http://apologue.ca/shop
Dr Chris Smith and the Naked Scientist team present the latest science news, analysis and breakthroughs. In today's programme: Why we might need to re-draw dinosaur faces: it turns out T Rex had lips - how did we miss that? Also, as the UK government moves to make laughing gas illegal we look at how it works and why they're doing this. Plus these days nothing seems to be repairable - it's almost as if manufacturers don't want you to fix a broken gadget and instead buy a new one. We find out why that might be.
You're 10 and your parents decide you're old enough to watch Jurassic Park.. or maybe JAWS... you're enjoying people visiting the beach, or a nice park with dinosaurs, and then suddenly Steven Spielberg takes away your innocence. Whether it's the Raptor Scene, T-Rex eating a guy who was pooping, or Jaws absolutely munching down on loads of beach goers, those memories are BURNED into our skulls. We all had that shared terrifying experience of watching Signs for the first time and seeing the birthday party crashing alien.Relieve all the scares with us as we take you through the poll we launched, sharing your responses, as well as our own experiences.https://youtu.be/s_GhS7GDMHw
Coming up this week, why we might need to re-draw dinosaur faces: it turns out T Rex had lips - how did we miss that? Also, as the government moves to make laughing gas illegal we look at how it works and why they're doing this, and is it time to call time on changing the clocks? Like this podcast? Please help us by supporting the Naked Scientists
Wie organisiert Russland seinen Cyberkrieg im Netz? Geheime Daten, die einem Rechtere-Netzwerk zugespielt wurden, geben offenbar Einblick in die digitale Waffenkammer des Kremls. Der Politologe Lennart Maschmayer forscht an der ETH Zürich zu Cyber Security: Wie glaubwürdig sind die Daten seiner Einschätzung nach? Weitere Themen: (06:06) Russlands Cyberkrieg: Geheime Daten offengelegt (14:08) Italien sperrt ChatGPT (17:07) Anklage gegen Trump: Reaktionen aus der US-Politik (20:04) «Trump könnte sogar vom Gefängnis aus regieren» (25:36) 100 Tage Bundesrat: Albert Rösti zieht Bilanz (29:56) Finnlands AKW-Renaissance (35:09) T-Rex «for sale» in Zürich
Legendary legend Fenton Bailey joins us to talk about his new book Screen Age: How TV Changed Our Reality, From Tammy Faye to RuPaul's Drag Race. Plus: the Succession-esque drama of the Redstone family book Unscripted, the joys of bold wallpaper, the personal breakthrough of playing Titania in a high school production of A Midsummer Night's Dream, the camp of Batman, the excess of the ‘80s, the shocking truth of his morning ritual, the lucky break of meeting a business partner in film school, the significance of David Bowie and T Rex, the reality of Las Vegas as a city in drag, and the challenge of producing RuPaul's Drag Race in these stupid times.
Jon drives across the US, Eric takes his boy on college tours. ChatGPT has a bug, AirTags are used by the government, Bitcoin ATMs get hacked and Android Developers can better avoid fraud if they use the right APIs. Eric finally finishes book 2 of The Three Body Problem and Jon checks out a T-Rex. 0:00 - Introduction 9:27 - ChatGPT Outage 11:41 - AirTag Surveillance 14:42 - Bitcoin ATM Hack 18:47 - Android Fraud Abuse Help 23:46 - The Dark Forest 27:56 - Sue the T-Rex
Former President Trump's indictment, Nashville rally and 911 call, fatal Army helicopter crash, explosive storms this weekend, March Madness, shorter MLB games, Gwyneth Paltrow, New Music Friday, Taco Bell wants you to vote, new T-Rex look, new hard rock festival & more... Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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ATTACK ON TITAN – THE FINAL SEASON – PT.2 What's up with all the shaking cups of water and that ominous thundering sound? It's not T-Rex on a stroll this time. It's the long awaited highly anticipated Rumbling in Attack on Titan The Final Season Part 2 special Episode 1 penultimate special! Protagonist turned antagonist… Read More »Screener Squad: Attack on Titan – The Final Season – Pt.2
ATTACK ON TITAN – THE FINAL SEASON – PT.2 What's up with all the shaking cups of water and that ominous thundering sound? It's not T-Rex on a stroll this time. It's the long awaited highly anticipated Rumbling in Attack on Titan The Final Season Part 2 special Episode 1 penultimate special! Protagonist turned antagonist… Read More »Screener Squad: Attack on Titan – The Final Season – Pt.2
Bloomberg Intelligence Senior Analyst Poonam Goyal and Zachary Warring, Analyst at CFRA Research, break down Lululemon earnings and outlook. Worldreader CEO David Risher talks about becoming the new CEO of Lyft. Bryan Fairbanks, CEO of Trex, discusses the business of sustainable decking. And we Drive to the Close with Bill Smead, CIO at Smead Capital Management. Hosts: Doug Krizner and Jess Menton. Producer: Paul Brennan.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Bedtime Stories with R.A. Spratt
The T-Rex has crashed over the top of the school bus, Joe has sprained his ankle and April has to stop Mr Lang from driving off before Fin is decapitated. Meanwhile Mum and Dad are breaking into a maximum security Kolectiv prison.Support the show at https://www.buymeacoffee.com/storiesrasprattSupport the show
We've all heard and seen what a Dinosaur used to look like, whether in movies or books. But have you ever considered that a creature even larger than the Dinosaur once roamed this world? You might imagine a T-Rex to be a furious creature, but the creature described in the Bible was a furious giant creature that no one could stand against. Pastor Mark tells you about this massive creature known as Leviathan in today's message. You may believe that the Leviathan was a dinosaur, but the Bible tells you that the Leviathan was a different creature. Let's take a look at the process of creation and know more about the Leviathan.
Discover the fascinating world of the Megalodon shark, the apex predator that once roamed the seas with 6x stronger bite force than T-Rex. Learn about its speculated extinction and reported sightings, and explore the possibility of once extinct animals still existing in our oceans. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
All dinosaurs are categorized into seven distinct fossil groups. On this episode, Dr. Buster returns to quiz Nick on the Top 7 Largest Dinosaur Groups, ranked by their estimated body length. PLUS... a bonus mini list of the Top 5 Largest Theropods (the dinosaur family the T-Rex belonged to), the most famous dinosaurs from each fossil group, dinosaurs in pop culture, humans and Earth millions of years from now, Leonardo DiCaprio's girlfriends, the realities of a real-world Jurassic Park, , and MUCH more. ---------------------------------------------- IMAGES: Triceratops (Ceratopsid ) Tyrannosaurus Rex (Theropods) Stegosaurus (Stegosaurs) Pachycephalosaurus Ankylosaurs Parasaurolophus Brachiosaurus (Sauropods) Mapusaurus Spinosaurus Carcharodontosaurus Giganotosaurus ---------------------------------------------- Sick of ads? Join 10ish Pod+ for 100% AD-FREE episodes! Membership also includes exclusive bonus content, early access, free merch, and more. Easily sign up at https://www.10ishpod.comp/plus. Apple Podcasts listener? Sign up here in just one tap: https://apple.co/3PmmPfu ---------------------------------------------- Athletic Greens is giving you a FREE 1-year supply of Vitamin D AND 5 free travel packs with your first purchase. Go to athleticgreens.com/10ISH ---------------------------------------------- NEWSLETTER: https://www.10ishpod.com/newsletter MERCH: https://www.10ishpod.com/merch REDDIT: https://www.reddit.com/r/10ishPod TIKTOK: https://www.tiktok.com/@10ishpod YOUTUBE: https://www.youtube.com/10ishpodcast TWITTER: https://www.twitter.com/10ishpod INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/10ishpod ---------------------------------------------- Read a full transcript of this and all 10ish Podcast episodes at https://www.10ishpod.com/blog. ---------------------------------------------- Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Marvel's Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur is an all-ages animated series that's got style and energy – and original songs – for days. It's the story Black girl genius Lunella (voiced by Diamond White) who accidentally transports a T-Rex with the personality of a golden retriever from the prehistoric past to present day. She then launches into a side hustle fighting crime. The show is now streaming on Disney+.
When the overwhelming majority of your business is in the United States, you have to have a plan for growing internationally. Trex CEO Bryan Fairbanks and his team have just such a plan. (0:21) Jason Moser and Ron Gross discuss: - Whether Costco is ready to increase membership fees - Salesforce focusing more on profitability - Seeing light at the end of Okta's tunnel - How "it's all ball bearings" for C3.AI - The latest from Target, Lowe's, Best Buy, and Zoom Video (19:11) Trex CEO Bryan Fairbanks discusses his company's opportunities to expand outside the U.S., the housing market, and what informs the guidance Trex offers to Wall Street. (35:00) Jason and Ron return to share two stocks on their radar: Samsara and T. Rowe Price. Get a copy of our new free report, Top Stocks For Rising Interest Rates, by going to fool.com/interest! Stocks discussed: COST, CRM, TGT, LOW, OKTA, AI, BBY, ZM, TREX, IOT, TROW Host: Chris Hill Guests: Ron Gross, Jason Moser, Bryan Fairbanks Engineer: Rick Engdahl