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Aubrey Beardsley – hyllad och hatad dekadent dandy i svartvitt  

Den brittiske illustratören Aubrey Beardsleys (1872-1898) sätt att betrakta och beskriva omvärlden gjorde honom både hyllad och hatad – men framför allt omskriven. Han blev en av det förra sekelskiftets största kändisar, med en stil och ett rykte inte helt olikt en självförbrännande rockstjärnas. Han blev bara tjugofem år. Aubrey Beardsley festade förvisso och beskrevs som ”spöklikt mager”, men anledning till hans död hette tuberkulos, en då obotlig sjukdom. Men under sitt korta liv och karriär gjorde han intryck, som gett avtryck ända in i vår tid. Han förekommer på affischer, skivomslag och i modevärlden – där hans ande svävar bland samtida illustratörer, på olika vis. Snyggt klädd var han också. I veckans STIL berättar vi mer om denne märklige man.

Aubrey Beardsleys stilrena garderob var influerad av den franske poeten Charles Baudelaires tankar och texter om "dandyism". Genom att klä sig medvetet nedtonat, men mycket omsorgsfullt, kunde man genom sin stil markera att man tillhörde, eller ville tillhöra, en ny typ av intellektuell elit, menade Baudelaire (som själv alltid bar helsvart). Och intellektuell var Aubrey Beardsley, utan tvekan. Han slukade böcker och sög i sig kunskap som en svamp. Även böcker om medicin där han studerade illustrationerna på aborterade foster och exempel på hur olika sjukdomar kunde vanställa kroppar. Det fick han nytta av som illustratör. Men han hade även koll på modetidningar och visste vad han tyckte om dåtidens överlastade dammode - löjligt. Kvinnorna i hans illustrationer bär ofta långt mer bekväma känningar. Under andra halvan av 1960-talet ställde Victoria & Albert Museum i London ut hans bilder - som passade tidens trender. Hans bilder med erotiska och "dekadenta" inslag snappades snabbt upp olika rockband. Beatles omslag till Revolver är inspirerad av hans stil, och han är en av personerna på omslaget av skivan Sergeant Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band, från 1967. De är långt ifrån ensamma om att ha inspirerats. I veckans program har vi tittat närmare på psykedeliska konsertaffischer från 1960-talets San Francisco. Under den här tiden jobbade radioveteranen Lennart Wretlind i en liten skivbutik strax söder om San Francisco. Han sparade affischerna som han nu - 47 år senare - ställer ut på Rönnells antikvariat i Stockholm. Vi har också pratat med illustratören Liselott Watkins som ofta fått höra att hennes illustrationer påminner om just Aubrey Beardsleys. Om henne talar vi om vikten av pennor med. Och så har vi mött Sven Bertil Bärnarp som varje vecka tecknar serien "Medelålders plus" i Dagens Nyheter. Veckans gäst är Björn Atldax, konstnär och illustratör och en av männen bakom Cheap Mondays döskallelogga.

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Aubrey Beardsley  

Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen on the Victorian artist Aubrey Beardsley, whose shocking originality he compares to that of Alexander McQueen. Laurence's first foray into art was copying Beardsley drawings to sell at his school - with the more erotic ones fetching a premium price... Biographer Matthew Sturgis fills in the detail of Beardsley's short but extraordinary life, and Matthew Parris presents. Producer Beth O'Dea.

THE X-CAST #77 - 'Aubrey'  

  THE X-CAST continues with host Tony Black looking back at The X-Files Season 2 episode 12 - 'Aubrey', written by Sara B. Charno, and directed by Rob Bowman. In the small town of Aubrey, Missouri, a detective named BJ Morrow in a delirious outburst uncovers the long buried remains of two FBI agents missing since the 1940's. Mulder & Scully arrive to investigate BJ's strange discovery, and how it links to a historic series of violent murders in Aubrey, in which the word 'SISTER' was carved on the female victim's chests. When a new murder occurs, and BJ begins slipping into a strange madness, Mulder & Scully must face the question - nature or nurture? Joined once again by Trek FM's Melodic Treks podcaster Brandon Shea-Mutala, Tony examines a much deeper and more fascinating X-File than people often remember. Plus Brandon, for the first time, takes on the X-Quiz this week - can he make a top score? Listen to find out, just remember... trustno1... FACEBOOK TWITTER EMAIL ITUNES Next time on The X-Cast... join Tony as he examines the brand new book, The X-Files Origins: Agent of Chaos, with Secret Agendas contributing author George Ivanoff...

THE X-CAST #76 - Interview: Scott Bellis aka Max Fenig  

  THE X-CAST takes a break from episodes this week as Tony Black interviews, for the very first time, an actor who has appeared on The X-Files - guest star Scott Bellis, aka Max Fenig from S1's 'Fallen Angel' & S4's 'Tempus Fugit' & 'Max'. In this conversation, Scott discusses how he came to be cast on The X-Files during the early days of its production, his working dynamic with David Duchovny & Gillian Anderson, and his experiences filming 'Fallen Angel' and then returning for a pivotal role in S4's two-parter. Scott also discusses his wider career in TV, movies and especially theater, including what he's up to right now. Listen in for this exclusive chat with Scott, and just remember... trustno1... EMAIL / ITUNES / FACEBOOK / TWITTER Next time on The X-Cast... join Tony and guest Brandon Shea-Mutala to discuss Season Two, Episode 12 - 'Aubrey'...    

419: How to Lose Your Mind Responsibly by David Cain of Raptitude (Intelligence for your Life Like the Aubrey Marcus Podcast)  

David Cain is a writer and entrepreneur living in Winnipeg, Canada. On a particular boring day at his office job in 2009, he started Raptitude. His interest has always been human society and the internal human experience, and Raptitude became his megaphone for his thoughts about those things. It found an audience rather quickly and it’s been central to his life ever since. In 2013, he left his day job to write full time.

Episode 419: How to Lose Your Mind Responsibly by David Cain of Raptitude (Intelligence for your Life Like the Aubrey Marcus Podcast).

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73: How to Let Go of Dysfunctional Relationships For Good With Danielle  

Today’s episode is about how to let go of relationships from your past, and how to heal old wounds. Danielle is consciously aware of what she is going through, but is still triggered by things in her past.

One frustrating part of the human experience is when we are consciously aware of something, but we are still affected by it in a negative way. We have to be gentle with ourselves, and know that when we go through a change, it is typical for a part of us to be a little freaked out. And, we don’t get over it by giving ourselves a pep talk. We have to go back, and give ourselves permission to feel our sadness or our fear.

Danielle was aware of her anxious attachment, and she knew it needed to stop. Her willingness to get over it created the insights and shifts she had during our conversation. If you want to get over a relationship you are invested in, you have to be willing to let them go.

Danielle never felt chosen by her biological dad. She had more pressure on her, in her family, than support. She was there for everybody else, but no one was there for her. It was important to get Danielle out of her rational head, and into her heart. She consciously knew her issues, but she kept attracting the same type of relationships, because she never shifted emotionally.

My work with Danielle was about going back and understanding what her younger self really needed. I asked her to go back and speak to herself as if she was her father speaking to her, and tell herself the things she wished he would have said.

Let go of any belief someone will choose us and make us worthy.

I created an Over It and One With It survey, just for my listeners, and I would really appreciate it if you would take 2-5 minutes to fill it out to let me know what you like about the show, and what you want to hear more of.

 

I will be co-hosting a retreat for men and women with Aubrey Marcus in Austin, TX in April. More details to come!

 

Consider/Ask Yourself:

Are there things you consciously know, but you are still being triggered and affected?

Are you still attached, in a relationship or energetically, to an ex or another person in your life?

Do you think there could be some hurt involving your parents, you haven’t quite dealt with?

Do you keep attracting the same type of person over and over again?

 

Danielle's Question:

Danielle was in a dysfunctional relationship for three years, and is still attached to the person, even though they broke up nine months ago.

 

Danielle's Key Insights and Ahas:

● She kept her feelings hidden as a child.

● She chose a partner who reinforced her childhood belief that her feelings don’t matter.

● Her ex was never there, and was never consistent with her.

● She started her dysfunctional relationship shortly after her father passed.

● She is still wanting a relationship with her father.

● She was told she was supposed to save her parent’s marriage.

● She may not have discovered who she really is.

● She will have more compassion for herself.

● She will allow herself to feel her feelings without overthinking them.

 

How to Get Over It and On With It:

● She needs to connect to her inner child, and make herself know she is worthy.

● Attend the Women’s Spring Retreat in March.

● She should use the Release Writing or Temper Tantrum tools in Expectation Hangover.

 

Assignments:

● Be honest with yourself about any dysfunctional relationships or anxious attachments, and be willing to let them go.

● Stop using your head so much.

● Allow someone else to help you, by getting a coach, or going to a retreat or workshop.

 

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The Big Interview on... Transfers  

JUST about every guest I’ve spoken to on The Big Interview had a tale of transfers which went right, others that went spectacularly wrong and those which fell through at the last minute. During this clip show you’ll hear Charlie Nicholas talk about a move to Nice which went so far off track that he ended up at Aberdeen. And there is Peter Beardsley’s tale of how he ended up at Manchester United, which is one of the finest on any podcast I’ve done. Damien Duff, Gary McAllister and Alan Pardew also reveal the details behind the big transfer stories in their careers. Then there are the deals which didn’t happen. Jody Morris’ exit from Chelsea was a saga, while Darren Fletcher still regrets the collapse of a move to Spain and Michael O’ Neill looks back at how an early Bosman switch to Sturm Graz hit the buffers. David Moyes and Jamie Carragher will also talk about player recruitment, and there will even be time for a couple of tales about Eric Cantona before The Big Interview’s transfer window slams shut. Enjoy!

Ep202 – APIs: Plug into Banking - FinTech Insider by 11:FS  

What are APIs? We break it down in today's episode with some great guests. But a little taste: All the connected apps you use on your phone talk via APIs to get their data. So when you check the weather, says David Andrzejek, the weather app on your phone makes an API call to a system to get the weather data. Lesley-Anne Vaughan says APIs are like ordering from a menu at a restaurant. You place your order from the menu, which is like an API call out to the kitchen (system). The food that comes to the table is the system's response to that API call. What does this have to do with financial services? Bankers should be interested in APIs because they enable the digital experiences their customers want.

More API analogies and explanations await in episode 202!

Joining us for this discussion:

Lesley-Ann Vaughan, Co-creator of M-PESA @VaughanLA
David Andrzejek, VP Vertical Solutions at Google @davidandrz
Aubrey Hawes, Senior Director of Product Marketing at Oracle @gahawes3
Ghela Boskovich, Founder of FemTechGlobal @GhelaBoskovich

News

Finextra - US regulator cites fintech as risk to banking system [Link] Full report [Link]
 IBTimes - DTCC creating credit derivatives blockchain with Axoni, IBM and R3 [Link]
FT - Banks risk missing 2019 ringfence deadline [Link]
Mashable - 56,000 petrol pumps in India to stop accepting credit and debit cards; citizens miffed [Link] Decision has been deferred until the 13th of January [Link]
Banking Technology - “Humanoid” Ira to assist customers in HDFC Bank branches [Link]
Financial Tribune - Iran’s 1st Open Banking API Launched [Link]

 

Enjoy the episode! If you're a fan of FinTech Insider, please . We haven't seen a new review in awhile and you'd make our heart soar with glee.

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Episode 5 – Angry Angel written by Will Gluck  

In this episode of Dead Pilots Society, Andrew Reich interviews Will Gluck (Easy A, Friends with Benefits, The Michael J. Fox Show) regarding his dead pilot, Angry Angel. You'll also listen to a never-before-heard live table read of Angry Angel performed by some of today's funniest comedic actors like:

Aubrey Plaza as Alison Pyke, Danielle Nicolet as Connie, Ed Weeks as Barker, Cedric Yarbrough as Leonard/Middle Aged Man, Craig Cackowski as Skater/Shaun White/Business Man/Wallstreeter #1/Taxi Driver, John Ross Bowie as Male Judge/Co-pilot/Driver/Jogger, Kerri Kenney-Silver as Female Judge/Old Woman, Josh Zuckerman as Stoned College Kid/Young Man, Chris Tallman as Pilot/Captain Sully/Wallstreeter #2/Older Voices/Conductor, Mark McConville as Air Traffic Control/Rescuer/Older Voices, Alison Rich as Teenage Girl, Janet Varney as Flight Attendant/Mother/Suspicious Mother, Gary Anthony Williams as Man in Uniform/Regular/Older Voices/Security Guard, Jamie Denbo as Woman, Humphrey Kerr as Patrick, and Andrew Reich with stage directions. 

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Episode 283 - Dirty Grandpa  
On this week's episode, the gang takes a look at the ridiculous Big Box comedy, Dirty Grandpa! Why did that beach scene need to be so extreme? Do the makers of The Hangover have a case here? And why can't Dirty Grandpa just have sex and be done with it?! PLUS: We dig up a story about an actor's racist Halloween costume that was, indeed, a bad idea.

Dirty Grandpa stars Robert De Niro, Zac Efron, Zoey Deutch, Aubrey Plaza, Jason Mantzoukas, Dermot Mulroney, Julianne Hough, Adam Pally, and Danny Glover; directed by Dan Mazer.

2016 Memorable Moments Vol. 1  
From the whole Unqualified team we want to say thank you to all of our sweet sweet listeners for an absolutely stellar year! We wanted to throw together some of our favorite moments from 2016 to celebrate a great year so enjoy part one of Unqualified's memorable moments with guests that include Jennifer Lawrence, Chris Pratt, Shaq, Chris Evans, Jenny Slate, Aubrey Plaza and many more! We love you and can't wait to see what shenanigans we get into in 2017! STAY TUNED!

 

11 O'Clock Comics Episode 453  

IDW Hasbroverse-O-Rama: Revolution Prelude by John Barber, Fico Ossio, and Sebastian Cheng, ROM #5 and 6 by Christos Gage, Chris Ryall, Paolo Villanelli, and Alessandra Alexakis, G.I. Joe #1 by Aubrey Stitterson, Giannis Milonogiannis, and Ariel Olivetti, and M.A.S.K. #1 by Brandon Easton, Tony Vargas, and Jordi Escuin, Barbarella by Jean-Claude Forest and Kelly Sue DeConnick from Humanoids, Batman #13 by Tom King, Mikel Janin, and June Chung, The Ultimates: Omniversal Volume 2: Civil War by Al Ewing, Christian Ward, and Kenneth Rocafort, IDW Star Trek-O-Rama: Romulans: Schism and Romulans: Hollow Crown by John Byrne and Boldly Go #3 by Mike Johnston and Tony Shasteen, Star Trek: Beyond, The Losers, Snowpiercer: The Explorers, :The Escape, and :Terminus by Jacques Lob, Jean-Marc Rochette, Benjamin Legrand, and Olivier Bocquet from Titan Comics, Dark Knight III: The Master Race #7 by Frank Miller, Brian Azzarello, Andy Kubert, Klaus Janson, Brad Anderson, and Alex Sinclair, Adventures of a Japanese Businessman by Jose Domingo from Nobrow, Power Man and Iron Fist Sweet Christmas Annual #1 by David F. Walker, Scott Hepburn, and Matt Milla, The Punisher #7 by Becky Cloonan, Steve Dillon, Matt Horak, and Frank Martin, Sheriff of Babylon by Tom King and Mitch Gerads from Vertigo, Archive Meets Ramones by Alex Segura, Matthew Rosenberg, and Gisele Lagace from Archie, Deadly Class by Rick Remender and Wes Craig from Image, plus a whole mess more!

133-Notes and Queries  

In this week's episode of the Futility Closet podcast we'll explore some more curiosities and unanswered questions from Greg's research, including a pilot who saved Buckingham Palace, a ghost who confronted Arthur Conan Doyle, what Mark Twain learned from a palm reader, and a bedeviling superfluity of Norwegians.

We'll also discover a language used only by women and puzzle over a gift that's best given sparingly.

Intro:

Horatio Nelson's coffin was fashioned from the mast of a French flagship that he had defeated.

In 1994 the city council of Green River, Wyoming, designated an airstrip south of town as an "intergalactic spaceport."

Sources for our feature on notes and queries:

The story of the Singapore tiger shooting appears in this history of the Raffles hotel.

Neil Kagan's 2013 book The Untold Civil War alleges that the 15th Wisconsin Volunteer Regiment was so thick with Norwegians that it contained dozens of men named Ole Olson. The Norwegian American Genealogical Center says that the Roster of Wisconsin Volunteers shows that the 15th had 128 men whose first name was Ole, 75 men whose last name was Olson, Olsen, or Oleson, but just 15 whose names were Ole Olson, Ole Olsen, or Ole Oleson.

The anecdote about the Gettysburg ordinance is mentioned in Michael Sanders' 2006 More Strange Tales of the Civil War, which cites Gregory A. Coco's A Strange and Blighted Land, Gettysburg: The Aftermath of a Battle, 1995. I found it in Allen C. Guelzo's Gettysburg: The Last Invasion, 2013.

Frances Wilson describes Titanic survivor Lawrence Beesley's visit to the set of A Night to Remember in her 2011 book How to Survive the Titanic, Or The Sinking of J. Bruce Ismay.

The observation about John Ford's eye for camerawork appears in Robert L. Carringer's 1996 book The Making of Citizen Kane.

Dan Murphy's Puritan name is spelled out in Willard R. Espy's An Almanac of Words at Play, 1975. (I first wrote about unusual Puritan names in 2009.) The two long names cited by H.L. Mencken appear in his 1921 study The American Language.

Douglas Hofstadter describes Stanford art professor Matt Kahn's confetti illusion in his foreword to Al Seckel's 2004 book Masters of Deception.

Mark Twain wrote about Cheiro's prophecy in his notebook in 1903. His affidavit regarding the palmist's insight into his character is described in Sarah E. Chinn's 2000 book Technology and the Logic of American Racism.

Three sources regarding Georges Simenon's prolificity:

Stanley G. Eskin, Simenon, A Critical Biography, 1987.

Henry Anatole Grunwald, "World's Most Prolific Novelist," Life 45:18 (Nov. 3, 1958).

Aubrey Dillon-Malone, Stranger Than Fiction: A Book of Literary Lists, 1999.

Also in Stranger Than Fiction, Dillon-Malone says that Anthony Trollope's quota of seven pages a day would sometimes carry him out of one book and into the next. Dillon-Malone says he's quoting Malcolm Cowley, who indeed says as much in this Paris Review interview, but I'd like to confirm the anecdote.

British fighter pilot Ray Holmes' severing of a Dornier bomber's tail is depicted in this painting. In his 2010 book Royal Prayer: A Surprising History, David Baldwin says "the whole engagement was captured on film," but I've never been able to find it. The best I've found is the opening moments of this National Geographic documentary:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lACDhxSLbYQ

The anecdote about Arthur Conan Doyle in Africa is from Russell Miller's 2008 book The Adventures of Arthur Conan Doyle: A Biography.

Among other places, the story about Kant's soul appears in Arthur Stone Dewing's 1903 Introduction to the History of Modern Philosophy.

And Cornelia Parker's comment about her conversation with Noam Chomsky appears in "Apocalypse Later," Guardian, Feb. 11, 2008.

Listener mail:

Noah Shachtman, "They Cracked This 250-Year-Old Code, and Found a Secret Society Inside," Wired, Nov. 16, 2012.

Wikipedia, "Copiale cipher" (accessed Dec. 8, 2016).

"Scientists Crack Mysterious 'Copiale Cipher,'" Guardian, Oct. 26, 2011.

Jon Watts, "The Forbidden Tongue," Guardian, Sept. 23, 2005.

Wikipedia, "Nüshu script" (accessed Dec. 8, 2016).

David Kahn, The Codebreakers, 1967.

This week's lateral thinking puzzle is from Paul Sloane and Des MacHale's 2014 book Remarkable Lateral Thinking Puzzles.

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#878 - Aubrey Marcus  

Aubrey Marcus is writer, entrepreneur, and adventurer. He also hosts his own podcast available for download via iTunes called The Aubrey Marcus Podcast. Check out his new documentary called "AYAHUASCA" available at http://drinkthejungle.com

Accidental Hero  

“It was a relief to see the team sheet and to find out that Beardsley was not there,” said Lenny Lawrence, the Charlton manager, “Instead they started with somebody we didn’t know. The relief turned very quickly into sheer horror. They set Ronnie on us and he tormented us that day.” In Episode Fifty Eight of the Blizzard Podcast we revisit 'Accidental Hero' by Shaul Adar from Issue Eighteen, first published back in September 2015. In it, he looks at one of the unsung heroes from Liverpool's last title winning side of 1989-90: supersub Ronnie Rosenthal. Signed on loan until the end of the season to provide a spark to a Liverpool side who were flagging under the weight of the number of games they were playing, as well as the psychological trauma of dealing with the Hillsborough tragedy, the Israeli provided a much needed injection of pace and aggression up front, and contributed with some key goals and assists to help Liverpool lift their 18th and most recent league title. If you have any feedback comments or suggestions email podcast@theblizzard.co.uk or find us on Twitter @blzzrd. Issue Eighteen, like all issues of The Blizzard, is available on a pay-what-you-like basis from www.theblizzard.co.uk. Digital downloads cost as little as 1p each (RRP £3), while a print versions are available from £6 + postage. You can also find us on the Kindle and Google Play stores.

Episode 70: Aubrey Plaza  

In this episode Ru and Michelle are joined by Aubrey Plaza. They talk about addiction, beating addiction, cigarettes, Michael Cera, Delaware, Parks & Recreation and farting.   This episode is sponsored by Squarespace and Blue Apron.

TMHS 184: Go For Your Win - With Aubrey Marcus  

Billie Jean King said, “A champion is afraid of losing. Everyone else is afraid of winning.”

It’s not that we are incapable of winning. It’s not that the life of our dreams is out of our reach. It’s the fact that many of us forfeit our shot to go for our win because of unwarranted fear and a few other nasty ingredients.

Well, what if you got your hands on the ingredients for a much tastier recipe where YOU get to live the life that you were destined to? That’s exactly what you’re going to get access to today. On this episode we have the founder and CEO of the mega-successful human optimization company Onnit, the great Aubrey Marcus.

Aubrey is the walking, talking example of what living a great looks like. He’ll definitely argue that it wasn’t always like that. At one point he was down to his last dollar working to make his dream come true. Now he runs a multi-million dollar company that’s ushered in a new wave of integrity and care into the supplement and sports performance industry. He went for his win and there was no looking back. Many years and life lessons later, Aubrey is on a mission to share what he’s learned along the way. I’m excited to share this with you and I hope this is a catalyst for you to go for your win too!

In this episode you'll discover: Why the nucleus is not really the “brain” of your cells. What it means to Go For Your Win. What it means to have a purpose deficiency. What the two parts of your mission are (this is important!). How to uncover what your passion is. How to create connections with others that can help you to live a rich life. Why your beliefs are a strong indicator of whether you’ll be successful or not. Why choice is really a superpower. What it means to practice toughness. What the primary force of resistance is in your life. How to gracefully deal with attachment. How to handle and traverse through apathy to be your best self. Items mentioned in this episode include: Onnit.com/Model 
CC: Go for your win with Aubrey Marcus  

This is a MUST LISTEN. One of my favorite people in the world and someone who is truly a soul brother to me, Aubrey Marcus, and I talk about purpose, relationship, having a tribe and going through the FIRE of life (aka the personal growth path).

 

A little about Aubrey….

 

He is committed to empowering people to achieve their fullest human potential. He is the founder of Onnit, known for nutritional supplements based on a holistic health philosophy he calls Total Human Optimization. Aubrey Marcus has since grown Onnit into an industry leader, providing innovative peak performance supplements, foods, fitness equipment, and apparel.

 

Aubrey has a degree in philosophy, a multi-sport athlete (check out his instagram page @aubreymarcus and see some of the crazy physical stuff) and lives life with intense focus and willingness to seek the Truth.

 

He is about to start a new course which you can join in on “Go for your win” which you can learn more about at www.goforyourwin.com

 

And get a discount on any Onnit product at www.onnit.com/christine

Aubrey Marcus  

If it wasn't for Aubrey Marcus, the Ellistronics podcast might never have existed. In this insightful hour, the Onnit founder shares practical everyday dietary fixes to start you on the road to Total Human Optimization.

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