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Thanks to Joe Biden, Your Taxpayer Money Funded Equipment for the Taliban

The Dan Bongino Show

02:00 min | Last week

Thanks to Joe Biden, Your Taxpayer Money Funded Equipment for the Taliban

"The government they take your money for your hard work. Just think about it, right? There's nothing else in your life. Nothing. Not a damn thing. You give more money to than the federal government. Nothing. Nothing. I'm sorry. Unless you're a wealthy billionaires given away all this money to charity. There is not a thing in your life. Think this true think, Think think this through. There is nothing in your life you work harder to provide for them. The federal government nothing. They do nothing for you outside of our military and our court system. The federal government is Generally a useless entity totally useless. Matter of fact, it's not just that the government sucks. It's that the government sucks so bad when, when the government provided aid arrives to be, it destroys people's lives. It doesn't only help them because it teaches them dependency. So you've got to work every day of your life. You don't pay as much for your kids tuition. You don't pay as much for your food, your car. You don't even pay as much for your rent likely as many of you pay to the federal government. You work your butt off every day and you forfeit money over to these. It's in D. C. This class of black hole level stupid. Their brains got sucked into the vacuum. The gravitational pull of stupidity of liberalism, right? You give them your money of 40% of your time spent financing state, federal and local government And for many people out there, you're working four out of 10 days to support this class of colossal dip wads. Mm Almost slipped there, Jim. Sorry. Gift watches. Okay, though. That's okay. You're four out of 10 days. You're working for them. And your but you literally your buddy, your buddy. Your money, It's yours. Your money is used to buy equipment. For the Taliban. We did buy for the time. No, no, no. Joe Biden decided to leave, not destroy the equipment not to a tactical retreat from the country and just get out because Joe Biden wanted a photo op on September 11th because he's a corrupt, senile piece of human waste. This guy that's what he is. He's garbage. The man is

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Fresh "10 Days" from Mark Levin

Mark Levin

01:12 min | 1 hr ago

Fresh "10 Days" from Mark Levin

"For free. But he claims that Biden ministrations withholding the supply Far fewer people are in Florida hospitals due to Covid 24 consecutive days where the census statewide for Covid positive patients has declined and Governor Rhonda Santa's points to more than two dozen sites in the state offering early intervention, monoclonal antibody treatments. In heading off serious illness needing and I see you, But now the federal government is cutting Florida's allotment in half. They say they're cutting it because of equity of the White House wants other states to make use of the supply. Florida will now purchase doses from other suppliers in Broward County, Florida. Eben Brown Fox News. Former army doctor convicted for the infamous 1970 killings of his wife and two young Children at North Carolina's Fort Bragg has ended his appeal of a court ruling denying his requested release. Jeffrey MacDonald is serving a life sentence in a Maryland prison and had asked for release due to poor health. He maintains his innocence in the so called fatal Vision murders, named for a 1983 book about the case. Traveling by air seems to be falling off the S A has missed the two million passenger mark a number consistently hit earlier in the summer for the last 10 days, travel experts say. That's partly because of covid fears and also the natural tapering that happens this time of year..

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Details of 10-Day Plans for Queen's Funeral Leaked

LBC Election 2019

00:43 sec | Last week

Details of 10-Day Plans for Queen's Funeral Leaked

"The queen's funeral i feel very cross the The details about the queen's funeral operation. London bridge have been leaked. What what. Where is the public interest in leaking the details of somebody's funeral. I mean of course people who will be involved. And i will be slightly involved at time which happens. Need to be sort of teed up to know what what needs to happen but but people don't do not need to read about those details on the front newspapers. I i just think

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Fresh update on "10 days" discussed on Ernie Brown

Ernie Brown

00:41 min | 2 hrs ago

Fresh update on "10 days" discussed on Ernie Brown

"Yeah, well, you know, it's interesting because you know, most people will look back and they see the Bill Clinton Monica Lewinsky thing. I just cares just about sex and such. But there's there's so much more behind it and the way they're portraying each character's It gives it a context that you didn't have by just hearing the story reported to you. And so that, you know, I think that actually does make a difference. One of the things that surprised me about the O J thing when they Showed that one a couple of years ago was the fact that they portrayed in such a way that almost everybody, including his own team, thought O. J was guilty. So, you know, I just thought that was rather interesting. So this has a point of view as well. But, yeah, I think it's fascinating. I think you'll like it. Yeah, like you said that there's also reports, you know the sexual stuff. You know, there's a lot more that led up to it in the back story and all that, so I'm sure it's just they do a great job at those series. So yeah, I'm I can't wait to see that because I'm a big political junkie, and I love to know more details about that other than the headlines. Are you surprised by the way the Shanxi is doing so well at the box office even though a lot of people are still saying, I'm not going to go to the movies. Yeah, because it's marvel Disney and the young people are what's driving the box office. You know, the older adults are staying home and watching it in there in the comfort of their couch in their living room. They're not going out, but I think teenagers Yeah, When you open that changing, they went in droves, and I was surprised how well it did. I know he's going to do probably pretty good, but it did you know, big box office and I think there's controversy. There's some, you know, the Chinese government doesn't want to play it in China because, you know they objected some things in there, so I'm not sure what the status of that And like I told you a few weeks ago, man, it's a good film. It's a good marble film. It's got a whole different take on it, but I'm glad doing that. But don't judge the box offices back or the movies are backed by one film, you know, So I think, Was it paramount, and it was one of the studio how they're putting same day streaming on their streaming services. Disney backed away from that, and they're saying all their movies next year now will be exclusive. Theatrical releases, so they're confident they think that people come rolling back to the theaters in the next two or three months. Time will tell, though. Yeah, that's very true. I did see that the studio handling this new James Bond film is saying it will be released in theaters in October. Absolutely. And I'm proud to say that in the next week or 10 days, they've set my screening up for it. Crossing my fingers For some entities. We'll see what happens. But I know you've been asking about James Monta longest time and we get this. They're showing the critics around the country the same time in all markets. So it's not interesting. And I think the world premieres in London at the same time, so United artists is going all out. You know, James Bond is coming. There's nothing stopping it. All right. We have some other new movies. We're going to get to momentarily. Jeff Howard Vegas film critic dot com is our guest Jeff? Hang on Just a second. We have to check in with Bill Jackson and find out what's happening in traffic.

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Nigeria Beat Liberia in World Cup Qualifiers

BBC Assignment

00:55 sec | Last week

Nigeria Beat Liberia in World Cup Qualifiers

"News down African qualifying for the 2022 World Cup where the Leicester City striker Colecchia Natural scored twice for Nigeria, who kicked off their Group C campaign with a comfortable two nil victory of a Liberia well, Nigeria will be with that natural and other top players for their next game, however. As Cape Verde drew 11 with the Central African Republic is on the UK government's covid red list. It means that anyone entering such a country would need to quarantine for 10 days upon their return to their English Premier League club. The two time African champions Every coast were held to a goalless draw in Mozambique, sides kicking off their in Group D Cameroon had a decisive two nil win over Malawi. Also on Friday, Tunisia went top of Group B, They beat Equatorial Guinea three nil. Zambia defeated Mauritania and in the group G Open in South Africa were held nail nail in Zimbabwe, Ghana beat Ethiopia one

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Pentagon Announces Last US Troops Have Left Afghanistan

Fox News Rundown

01:56 min | 2 weeks ago

Pentagon Announces Last US Troops Have Left Afghanistan

"Says the war in Afghanistan. Is over. Tonight's withdrawal signifies both the end of the military component of the evacuation, but also the end of the nearly 20 year mission that began in Afghanistan shortly after September. 11th 2000 and one general Kenneth McKenzie Jr. The commander of Centcom, made it official Monday afternoon and said Americans can be proud. Since mid August. 79,000 civilians have been evacuated. Including 6000, Americans in all coalition partners and the U. S evacuated 123,000 people, and yet there are still Americans who didn't get out. So the military phase of this operation is ended the diplomatic sequel to that Will now begin, he said. The State Department will now be negotiating hard to get other Afghan partners out. He defended their logistics as the security situation devolved when the Afghan army collapsed long before they were expected to Adding that he thinks the Taliban now has its hands full with Isis K, though he said he suspects the U. S military disrupted some of their abilities with weekend strikes on three Isis K planners. Look, there's a lot of heartbreak associated with his departure. We did not get everybody out that we wanted to get out. But I think of which stayed another 10 days. Louis, we wouldn't have gotten everybody out that we wanted to get out and they're still would have been people who would have been disappointed with that. It's a It's a tough situation, saying this does not end the opportunity for Americans and Afghan partners to leave, estimating the number of Americans still there to be in the low hundreds, he said. The State Department will be working on that. Which is where Secretary of State Antony Blinken comes in. He addressed the withdrawal Monday night, We will hold the Taliban to its pledge to let people freely depart Afghanistan. Taliban is committed to let anyone with proper documents leave the country in a safe and orderly manner. They said. This privately and publicly many times after the final flight out, a Taliban spokesman said, with the last U S soldier leaving Afghanistan is now independent. My biggest

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QB Ryan Tannehill Among Nine From Tennessee Titans Positive for COVID-19

Zach Gelb Show

01:36 min | 3 weeks ago

QB Ryan Tannehill Among Nine From Tennessee Titans Positive for COVID-19

"That we need to realize is gonna take a not just now in the preseason. But this is going to be an issue when we actually get Into the regular season. And that's covid. Okay. We see what happens with Cam Newton wasn't eligible to return to practice until today because he was away from the facility and he's not vaccinated. You need Take a test and come back, not positive, and even in the case of the Tennessee Titans They already said a couple of days ago that they had seven players. That they've had to put On the Covid 19 reserve list. This week you got Mike Rabel, their head coach who tested positive for Covid on Sunday and Ryan Tannehill. He's now a part of that group. Ryan Tannehill tested positive for Covid 19. And if you recall, it was only a few weeks ago that Ryan Tannehill was one of the players who basically said Listen The NFL is basically forcing our hand here. And as a result, Ryan Tannehill he got vaccinated. Even though it sounds like he didn't want to. He did, and he still tested positive. Now, having said that, as a result, Ryan Tannehill, he's gonna miss 5 to 10 days and he needs to produce two negative tests. Two consecutive days. Okay, the Titans they get going September 12th. I think that is enough Time to hopefully get Ryan Tannehill back up and running, and their general

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Afghanistan War: What Do Veterans Think About the Withdrawal?

The Splendid Table

02:09 min | 3 weeks ago

Afghanistan War: What Do Veterans Think About the Withdrawal?

"Americans served in the war. Nearly 2500 service members lost their lives. James Laporta is a former Marine infantry rifleman who first arrived in Afghanistan in 2000 and nine while on patrol. He would sometimes take videos of what was happening. This is a typical day in Afghanistan. It's about 110 degrees outside, but as soon as you walk into the fields, the fields are irrigated and So they're incredibly humid. It's almost like someone turns up the temperature, so when you start to walk to those fields, it's almost like someone's taking a breath away. Doing two tours of duty, James held many jobs, including infantry Squad leader and working in intelligence. Today. He is an investigative reporter for The Associated Press, James Thanks for joining me, Thanks for having me. So how long had you been in the Marine Corps before you got sent to Afghanistan? It was about three years. At that point. I come in in the summer of 2000 and six basically, 10 days after high school, I showed up to boot camp. Was being in the Marine Corps at that point, like what you thought it would be when you were in high school, dreaming about joining No. Hi. I was in jail ROTC in high school, which is junior reserve Officer Training Corps, which was a lot of fun. And you know when you wear uniforms and you march around, and I was sort of naive, you know, when I joined in 2000 and six, the focus was still on Iraq. Still looking for weapons of mass destruction in Iraq, so Afghanistan was sort of an afterthought. When you first got deployed to Afghanistan, were you excited? Did did you want to go? I volunteered. Yeah, I was with the second Marine Regiment. And second Italian eighth Marines. The battalion that I became a part of they didn't have enough personnel to go to Afghanistan, so they came over to second Marine Regiment asking Marines. Does anybody want to jump on a deployment? And I had not been to Afghanistan. So I

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Doctors Are Relying More on Monoclonal Antibodies to Fight COVID

Seattle's Morning News

02:01 min | Last month

Doctors Are Relying More on Monoclonal Antibodies to Fight COVID

"For Covid 19 is showing a great deal of progress. David Begnaud reports from hard hit Louisiana monoclonal antibodies, lab grown proteins that help the body target and eliminate covid infection, according to Dr Thomas Galit, chief medical officer at ST Francis Medical Center in Monroe, Louisiana. They have become the most effective therapy yet has done a great job of helping high risk patients stay out of the hospital. The therapy is becoming more available at hospitals and clinics around the country. But it is only administered after infection within 10 days of the first symptoms and before those symptoms get to severe what type of sickness do you usually say that's too sick to receive if they are having profound oxygen requirements continued high grade beavers dehydration. Since July. The first we've given about 1700 doses. One of those doses went to 42 year old Scotty Johnson. We were there when he got his infusion three weeks ago in Monroe, as Covid was attacking his body. It feels like somebody's choking you. You start coughing, but nothing comes out this week. We followed up with him and we met his wife, Meg. They both got the antibody treatments right around the same time. I just really start feeling good about Three or four days ago, probably, but I feel like I'm like 90% now, while Scotty did not get the vaccine bag did my wife got anybody treatment? On Thursday. I tested positive on Friday. On Saturday, she was back up cleaning the house and doing dishes and like it never even bothered. While the antibody treatments can be effective, they are not a substitute for vaccines, says CBS News Medical contributor Dr David Agus. There's no question the vaccine is better than an antibody. But in the case where your immune suppressed and you can't make a good response to a vaccine, they're lifesavers. So this is an important part of our arsenal. But it certainly is not the only weapon in our arsenal. Vaccines are Front line. No question about it to fight a virus in today's world, and that

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Pressure Increases on School Districts Bucking Mask Mandate Bans

The Eric Metaxas Show

00:18 sec | Last month

Pressure Increases on School Districts Bucking Mask Mandate Bans

"As they try to slow the spread of the coronavirus. Republican governor announced Tuesday that schools won't get any cash from $163 million pot of federal virus relief funds. He controls if they don't drop mask rules within 10 days. Top Democrats are planning House votes next week on a budget resolution that would clear a path for future passage of the

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6 Unvaccinated Florida Church Members Die of Covid Within 10 Days, Pastor Says

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:13 min | Last month

6 Unvaccinated Florida Church Members Die of Covid Within 10 Days, Pastor Says

"I want you to hear from news. Four jax this is from jacksonville. Florida and this is a report about a ghastly loss of life in one particular church community impact. Certain arlington says six of its members have from cova nineteen in just the last ten days other church members are battling the virus in the hospital tonight. News for jackson. Puerto marilyn parker joins us in the newsroom. After speaking with a senior pastor. Bishop george davis maryland. Do the members believe they got the virus at church. No the pastor says he certain after speaking with those family members that they contracted the virus somewhere else now the church is pushing to get as many people vaccinated as possible a swarm of covert nineteen cases reported inside the jacksonville impact. Church senior pastor. George davis says his phone hasn't stopped ringing in the last ten days we have had six Members of our church who have passed away from covert for them were under laid. Thirty five all of them were healthy and the only thing they had in common that he to them were not vaccinated. He says fifteen to twenty members or in the hospital another ten or so at home with the virus and three to five vaccinated members also tested positive. Pain how these are actual people that i know that i've pastored that one twenty four year old kid. I've known him since he was a toddler. Davis says it was late in july when they learned member tested positive he says from then it's been a cascade of additional cases those who passed. He says warning in the hospital long before they went terminal during church services. They require masks. The auditorium is thoroughly cleaned. In between services they practice social distancing and offer hand sanitizers davis pushing to get more people vaccinated the lionel progress around here tables here where they'll have a chance to actually register held a vaccine event in march where he says they vaccinated about eight hundred people with the surge in that community and inside the church holding another event. All i know is my heart. Passion is to help the people that i'm called to

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Sturgis Bike Rally Revs Back Bigger, Despite Virus Variant

The Motorman

00:33 sec | Last month

Sturgis Bike Rally Revs Back Bigger, Despite Virus Variant

"Rally underway in South Dakota. That 10 Day event expected to bring in about 700,000 bikers and fans. That's got local health officials concerned about the delta variant of the coronavirus, though most rally goers like Rick Clark, who came in from Minnesota disturb GIs for the event, says he's unvaccinated man has no plans of changing that anytime soon. I don't care what the news media they came up with a cure with Cohen with supposedly six months Couldn't they haven't came up with here for cancer. The summer Olympic

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In 10 Days, 6 Members of Jacksonville Church Die From COVID-19

The Takeout

00:19 sec | Last month

In 10 Days, 6 Members of Jacksonville Church Die From COVID-19

"Is urging its members to get vaccinated. We have had six members of our church who have passed away from Covid for them were under and age of 35. All of them were healthy, and the only thing they had in common to them were not vaccinated. Florida The new Covid hot spot in hospitalizations have risen to record breaking levels. More trouble for New York Governor Andrew

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Thousands of Bikers Attend Sturgis Motorcycle Rally Despite COVID-19 Surge

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:32 sec | Last month

Thousands of Bikers Attend Sturgis Motorcycle Rally Despite COVID-19 Surge

"In Tokyo. A different kinds of sports is underway in Sturgis, South Dakota, where thousands of bikers are attending the annual motorcycle rally amid a massive surge in Covid 19 cases. CBS is Mullah Linke is there. If you're a biker, you cannot make it down here to Sturgis. In your lifetime. You have missed out where they say there's two kinds of bikers. They're the ones that already here and the ones that are on their way. That's it. This is the Mecca Man. Mecca or not. The 2021 Sturgis 10 Day Bike Rally got underway yesterday. Ceremoniously. No mask mandates no proof of

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Thick Smoke Over Athens as Suburbs Battle Wildfires

Mark Levin

00:19 sec | Last month

Thick Smoke Over Athens as Suburbs Battle Wildfires

"The northern outskirts of the city boxes. Greg Palkot fires in Turkey, described as the worst in decades have swept through the southern coast. In the past 10 days. At least eight people have died. Greek and European officials have blamed climate change for the multiple fires burning through southern Europe. Northern California's Dixie Fire is now the third largest

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Sturgis Motorcycle Rally Sparks Fears of Super Spreader Event

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

02:02 min | Last month

Sturgis Motorcycle Rally Sparks Fears of Super Spreader Event

"Now for the second time this week, the US reaching 100,000 new cases of Covid 19 in a single day even as cases soar, massive events are taking place around the country. In Sturgis, South Dakota, 700,000 people are expected for the annual motorcycle rally, leading to fears of a super spreader event. This as hospitalizations grew from 12,000 month ago. More than 61,000. Now. Florida setting a new pandemic record high pediatric admissions are climbing one of those hospitalized 17 year old David Espino. High school football player now battling Covid and pneumonia for the last 10 days. I'm pretty scary. Actually, you can get to anyone they get you if you're 10, If you get you if you're 60, it doesn't matter in Mississippi, where the state health officer says Delta is sweeping over them like a tsunami. Hospital workers feeling overworked Once again, it is almost impossible to put into words, the frustration that they feel in many places. It's not a lack of beds, but a lack of stuff that's stretching hospitals thin. Like at Willis Knighton Medical Center in Louisiana. We don't feel like we have a time to devote to the patients that we need. It's just it's Sorry. I'm getting emotional. Just talking about it in Houston Harris Health System in Crisis mode. This 11 month old patient sick with Covid forced to be airlifted to another hospital because none of the pediatric hospitals in town had room the level of sick visits that we've seen this summer. June, July. And now August. I've never seen in 20 years of practice here in Houston, this as officials hint There could be major developments on booster shots, a source telling ABC News. The FDA is expected to reveal their plan for immuno compromised Americans by early September. We are now working on that, and we'll make that be implemented. As quickly as possible, According to an HHS document obtained by ABC News. Multiple states are now asking for federal assistance. They're asking FEMA for help with

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Will the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally Again Be a COVID-19 Super Spreader?

WBZ Overnight News

00:39 sec | Last month

Will the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally Again Be a COVID-19 Super Spreader?

"The Sturgis Motorcycle rally kicks off today in South Dakota. But Covid cases are surging across the country. And there are big concerns about this event, becoming a super spreader. CBS is Mullah Linke has the latest More than half a million bikers are expected to ride into the small town of Sturgis, South Dakota, over the next 10 days as the Delta variant rips through the nation Besides the bikes and beers, most are here for something many Americans can probably relate. Tired of living in Staying at home and we're ready to go and do stop tired of living in fear. Mark and Jackie Bogue of Iowa may find exactly what they're looking for here. No mask requirements. No vaccination requirements, hardly any signs that the country is still battling a pandemic.

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House Lawmaker Suing Pelosi Over Mask Rule Says He Has COVID

Pacifica Evening News

00:45 sec | Last month

House Lawmaker Suing Pelosi Over Mask Rule Says He Has COVID

"Republicans suing House Speaker Nancy Pelosi over finds they got for not wearing mask during a U. S House session. Has contracted a breakthrough case of Covid 19 representative Ralph Norman of South Carolina tweeted. He began experiencing minor symptoms of covered tested positive for the virus. And now would quarantine for 10 days. The congressman says he's been vaccinated since February. Last week, he and representatives Marjorie Taylor green of Georgia and Thomas Massey of Kentucky's food Pelosi Saying that they're $500 fines for not wearing masks during a house vote are unconstitutional and should be resented as his

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Mick Jagger Caught Breaking Quarantine Rules, Could Face Hefty Fine

Sean Hannity

00:21 sec | Last month

Mick Jagger Caught Breaking Quarantine Rules, Could Face Hefty Fine

"The Rolling Stones could face close to $14,000 in fines for violating the UK's quarantine rules. On Tuesday, Mick Jagger flew from his home in France to London, where he was supposed to spend at least 10 days in quarantine. However, he was spotted on Wednesday at the England Denmark Euro semifinal match.

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Senator Lindsey Graham Says He Has a Breakthrough Covid Infection

Mark Levin

00:12 sec | Last month

Senator Lindsey Graham Says He Has a Breakthrough Covid Infection

"Carolina GOP Senator Lindsey Graham testing positive for the virus. He is the first senator to disclose a breakthrough infection after being vaccinated. Graham says he will quarantine for 10 days

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"10 days" Discussed on Art Beauty

Art Beauty

02:57 min | 5 months ago

"10 days" Discussed on Art Beauty

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"10 days" Discussed on Art Beauty

Art Beauty

06:57 min | 5 months ago

"10 days" Discussed on Art Beauty

"This is the rpd podcasts. Till the real truth about the fate shit. Today mike fabulous co host is ten the eiser. She is the vp of product development. At elgin is a company that you have heard me talk about. Because i'm obsessed with their college collagen. Lima sleeping collagen. I mean it smells so good by the way. Sometimes i want to eat it. It's like a marshmallow fluff. It's so good so tammy thank you so much for being here work coming from tonight amber. It's so good to be with you. Thanks for having us. I'm actually based in jersey today. Oneidas you look stunning. It's all thank you. Thank you out is starting to shine. It's it's the weather starting no Warm up so it's a great year. I feel like today. I was like this too dark. Because i went out for run today. I'm in new york city. And one set weather. Turns new yorkers. Come out in droves. But it's like the poor unfortunate souls like we haven't seen sun or we come out and so it was like this is still kind of like a little bit of a transitional alpha before i break out my kinks but i i'm ready. I'm ready for paints ready for who since summer. Summer bright's rain on and jerseys good for you right. Because i know you do a lot of key see yes on which is in pennsylvania Top over icy to give you see for mere ad so very familiar with the team. Their love that studio like i would move into it. I was i agree. I feel like most people don't know the behind the scenes of like studio life when you're when you're talking. Tv but most television studios are not that nice of the newer. Ones are qvc's like you. It's a dream house. If you go into like like the fox five the local fox here their studio terrific. I love fox but the studio needs a little bit of an upgrade. Any who so again. Thank you for being here today. I have been kind of stalking your team to bring you on. Because i i have not tried everything in alginates line back. We used to do press events. I would come to a lot of the events that you had that are wonderfully done and so informative. But i did fall in love with the sleeping collagen. That a few girlfriends. That i've turned onto and i thought it'd be nice to talk about you. Have an entire brand. That's really built upon the benefits of algae. Can you tell us about that well. We are a brands that has been born from. Algae research and the reason is algae plant it has survived and thrived for well over one point. Five billion years there are hundreds upon hundreds of thousands of different kinds of algae. And what's great about. It is because it has been so successful in nature it has adapted to have these compounds that naturally found in nature that are really beneficial and really important and we have made it our mission to study algae and look at those exciting compounds and help bring them to skin care because they show incredible results so algae is like this perfect little system. The other incredible thing about it is that it's natural. It is a regenerative ingredient. It is a clean ingredient and what we have shown in the rigor of our science which is core and fundamental to what we do as well. Is that these compounds. Show incredible results on the skin and they happen really quickly. And we set the bar high for ourselves and aimed to deliver meaningful visible results in the skin in just ten days with with our technologies ingredients and i do want wanna get into that because i knew that your brand does stand behind this visible results ten days and you do a lot of clinical testing. We'll get into that a little bit more but going back to the algae you know it's funny. I grew up on a lake right. And so i'll kind of that slimy stuff. It doesn't necessarily feel so clean when you're but i know but it's this incredible plant. Where do you source. Or where is the algae sourced from for products. It does alginates source there. Algae from yeah. So as i mentioned there are many many different kinds of algae. And what we've actually done is vote is focused specifically on micro algae lic just a single cell plant and that comes from one type of green micro algae and what we where we source from. Is this particular green microalgae. And we take a polysaccharide from that micro sell. The algae is renew ably regenerative league And from there we take our algorithms acid literally again comes from this one single species that is regenerative sustainably produced. So when we're talking about al granik that something you know we talk about these compounds. Is that something. That's similar to an antioxidant. What aren't necessarily the benefits of Where would you place it in the skin-care round yeah great question. So albuque- cowesett is actually a pali sacca ride and that's kind of a fancy term for this molecule that interacts with the surface of the skin to help reduce the look of lines and wrinkles. Help perfect your skin texture. And we've also shown in our science and our research that it's a wonderful boosting ingredient for other ingredients and the whole reason we actually came on. The scene were found euromac acid is. We did a number of studies against other well known ingredients that we were able to outperform in terms of its benefits for helping to brighten the standing. Reduce the look of lines and wrinkles and then also as well boost the efficacy of other ingredients as well. So that's why out your onic. Acid is actually every single one of our products because it has so many beautiful skin. Now would you compare this to like when you said you were comparing it to other things like me like a high acid which holds a thousand times. Its weight in water. Is this sort of compare.

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"10 days" Discussed on True Consequences

True Consequences

03:42 min | 6 months ago

"10 days" Discussed on True Consequences

"And making people feel comfortable around him. Shortly after things started happening to jacob it was stuff weird stuff what happened like sunflower seed shells in his bed his crib. You know he was getting hurt all of a sudden for unexplainable reasons that wasn't he was terrified. Fight he was scared was holding on. You wouldn't wanna let me go. And i didn't understand why at all it was nightmare. You know.

"10 days" Discussed on The Gmen Podcast

The Gmen Podcast

02:28 min | 8 months ago

"10 days" Discussed on The Gmen Podcast

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"10 days" Discussed on The Gmen Podcast

The Gmen Podcast

04:35 min | 8 months ago

"10 days" Discussed on The Gmen Podcast

"This thing called grilling it's a hormone your body releases to say you're hungry and learning that that gremlin is not really fact based per se. Maybe ten times a day. Grown is going to tell you hungry ten times a day and so that is somewhat self program and so just realizing that hunger pain that grilling that hormone is just a suggestion and that you can say you know appreciate that reminder. But when i eating now we're not doing that and the numbers don't lie. You know you have to know your numbers if your number so you're not healthy doesn't really matter how you feel. You can be dying on the inside. I know brothers told me numbers and it's really slow suicide because we're not taking care of ourselves so we have to face the reality that was what's going on a body and what we do to change and transform to do better so some of the benefits is that my worship in pro-lifer so much better. I feel so much connected spiritually. This is something. That's amazing pella's just ten days water fast thing. I have no more joint pain. Chronic knee pain gone pain in my hip gone. Even my flexibility has improved. And i can't really explain that. But i literally and so much more. Flexible through water fasting. I anticipate now told you. My cardio was improved. Actually run a distance before. I get winded. And that's just amazing. And so this year i plan to do some type of small marathon and continue to grow my health and continue my journey of self mastery and so i'm really more focused on the quality of what i need through this journey. So saw dropped fifteen pounds net loss. Imagine some of that was water weight so gained a few pounds back but feel better than ever now. The big thing dropping medication likes being medication. I know i don't and so through. This was able to get rid of some of the medication. Wanna go nine -ticipant by the end of march. I'm going to be a hundred percent medication free and not going back in. Jesus name also my blood pressure. One point was one fifty over one hundred. That's a remedy for stroke. Heart attack.

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"10 days" Discussed on The Gmen Podcast

The Gmen Podcast

05:25 min | 8 months ago

"10 days" Discussed on The Gmen Podcast

"Circle and that means cutting people i was close with people that are really good people but on this journey they could go with me and so it's just so important that that list of people that for this journey i gotta put him on the bench. They couldn't go with me. You know for that. Chameleon that stability factor you know. I recognize that there are people in life that like a rock and i had to pick that one person who i knew that when i had no energy i was feeling sick going through detox system. You know symptoms in different things. Who can i call and would be a constant encouragement. No matter how bad i was going on the journey and so identified that person show with them. What i was doing and it was amazing because their immediate response. I know you're gonna do. I know you're going to be successful. And so we don't need that person and it was a real deeply spiritual personal journey for me as well and then as you can see as a turtle also on ninety nine and this is like my default everything has to be task oriented. And so for me. My wife was if i have health and energy everything possible. If you don't have health you don't have wealth. You have nothing. If you don't have the energy you can't execute and so this journey for me. I knew would help. Give me the health and the energy that i need to conquer other things on the outside but it all starts with self mastery and so i told myself at the beginning of this year of my apple must perceive my teaching. I cannot tell people think that i am not doing. It's not what you know what you're doing how you're living. That makes a difference. And this is what really drove me. And my wife. And i want to change the world. One person out of time and the first person that has to change is me unless change. I must be transformed in my mind and my body in my spirit in all things so i could be that blessing and helped other people and so when i got on the journey to just get all that negative self talk i really had to immerse myself in content to tell me what would this be like because i had no idea and so i literally like that day one. I bought four books. I love amazon because by four and the next day they were on my porch started reading got online started watching different videos. I'm jason wrong. Just great content online great things in his books and also learned from the experience of others. And so just can't say enough. Thanks to know. Coach bernard for just you being that personal constant motivation. And i would actually like texting what my numbers were everyday. And i'll i'll talk about that in a minute and so it's just great to make sure that you have a healthy ecosystem. When you're going into uncharted waters. You don't wanna have dissension on the deck when you in battle and so those people who calls those ripples and they're not walking with you kinda whispering out you got bench those people so guiding lights along the path as turtle. I'm definitely data driven to make decisions based on facts. And so i had a device call akito mojo. Let me know my glucose was my key. Tones were each day..

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"10 days" Discussed on The Gmen Podcast

The Gmen Podcast

04:57 min | 8 months ago

"10 days" Discussed on The Gmen Podcast

"As a man gotta have critical time of crisis be conscious of who. You are quite as you got one brother who not. Many people are bold enough to say Bernard i hear that. You're fasting fasting season. I would like to as much as possible. Join you in that and Dale was one of those people said. Hey bernard you know if i can. I'd love to be able to journey with you as long as i can. During this fasting process and we were able to exchange words of encouragement insights videos that helps with the mindset of those who are choosing to not eat food just drink. Water will be able to exchange some small things again if you have been on a long extended. Water fasts forty or more days. Twenty one days you realize that your electrolytes or magnesium him sodium. Those things must thou then work. You really effect something as small. That's vital your heartbeat. The rhythm of your heart will change if your electrolytes are off so those things really matter and to see dale commit to this journey a walk that out not only by faith but taking the baby steps was a pretty incredible now love for him to share a few words and some insights with everyone and right at the end We can open up for bid a few a and then we'll go a just a tad bit deeper on on how he got to there. Gopher dale good evening brothers. Thanks for two in that up for me on and like you said he had shared on a call that You know he was going to do some water fasting for a period of time. Not thought that it was quite amazing and I thought about it overnight. And when i called him the next day i was just like you know. When are you. Starting when he said today. I said oh but the three words. I'll be sharing with the brothers. And i try repeat it to everyone not so much to put it in public butts reinforcing. Reinforce in my own mind you know what is guiding. my compass. this year.

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"10 days" Discussed on Start Here

Start Here

05:44 min | 8 months ago

"10 days" Discussed on Start Here

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"10 days" Discussed on Start Here

Start Here

07:52 min | 8 months ago

"10 days" Discussed on Start Here

"By noon. Today we will be forty eight hours from a new white house but even this weekend new people were still being hired to work. In the trump administration. This is not just an issue of a bunch of people resigned because of that assault capital couple of weeks ago. Now we have to back. Fill jobs one of these. Jobs is privy to some of america's most sensitive national security information. And it's going to someone who's known as partisan political operative as louis martinez covers national security. Louis what is this position. And why did you know just the act of filling at cost so much concern this weekend. Brad we're talking about the general counsel at the national security agency. What most people call the. Nsa that's their top lawyer and we're talking about michael ellis. Who has worked at. The white house has been known to be very partisan very political and now he's been named to this post But what we're really talking about here is the practice known as burrowing. This is a time honored practice here in washington whenever there is a change in administrations people who've been in political appointee jobs essentially they try to find jobs in the civil service that way they can continue on with their jobs. Oh lately there's republicans working in washington all of a sudden and you're like why. I can want to have a job in washington. I don't want to move. So you dislike borough in the government apparatus somewhere that's right. This is something that you commonly see. But i think in this situation is creating quite disturbed given michael ellison history. Were talking about going deeper inside the west wing here. Investigators have summoned. John eisenberg lead lawyer for the national security council. Michael ellis a senior associate counsel to the president and the was involved in the ukrainian situation that led to the impeachment. The first impeachment of president trump he was accused of having classified The transcript of that phone call will raising it to a higher classification level so that it couldn't be accessed bombshell headline from washington at this hour. The republican congressman who is now leading a congressional investigation into russian meddling. It turns out had a secret meeting on white house grounds. He's also been accused of sharing intelligence with his former boss. Representative dimmed unions very next day nunez briefed reporters on capitol hill about his findings and then rushed back to the white house to brief the president. Would i've read bothers me. And i think it should bother The president himself and his team so he's highly politicized. He's highly charged debate. So i think it's raising eyebrows. But how big of a deal is it like a raise eyebrows. Fine but how big of a deal is actually when they were like two days left like vitamins. Just fire him if you don't think he should have that job right. Well that's not quite right brad. Because he's now a civil servant and that means that you can't be changed out with administration's And he's gonna fall into the whole process of civil servants which means that it's no longer a political appointee john where you can be removed her out with the change of administrations you're gonna fall under the strictures of what ro in there. Okay yeah exactly and what makes this. Even stranger is the fact that the person who pushed for him to get into that job. How is himself. Somebody who's been temporarily moved upward into a job and that's acting defense secretary. Chris miller He was named to replace mark espa. Who was fired by president trump after the election and now with just days left in the trump administration miller himself in an acting capacity. Is instructing the nsa to put ls into this job. Okay so then. I if somebody is concerned it's the wrong guy for the job and people are concerned. You can't get the guy out of the job. what is the job though. Like what are the actual concerns about. What could happen then. The thing with alice's that he has quite the resume but is it enough for people to be on his political concerns because people say that he shared intelligence with his old boss representative devin news for political purposes. The reclassification of ukraine transcript phone call. Was that done for political purposes to shield his boss president trump. I think it's very clear. This is part of the administration's effort to embed people in the civil servants who are political and partisan actress who don't belong there in this and that's lead democrats including representative adam schiff to question out loud whether he's qualified for the job. Whatever he's motivations really gonna be national security or political leanings. And i remember you know we talked to in the past about wikileaks and how you can weaponize information that you don't want out there you can use it for a specific and leak at a very specific time. That seems like one of the things that people from both parties are really suspicious about when other party has people sort of on the inside all right louie martinez thanks to much. Thanks brad. excellent start here. He knows he could be killed because they've already tried it now. An opposition figure is heading back to russia after the break. Carmax is taking car buying confidence to the next level with a new love. Your car guarantee now you can take your time to make sure you found the perfect car for you. Starting with a twenty four hour test drive drive it to work drive at school driver ghost restore before you buy. Maybe really specific about. What do you want the gas nozzle on. They don't care if it feels right. 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This thing was developed by the soviets chemical weapon. You have said you think that. Mr putin's responsible. I don't think i'm sure that he's responsible kremlin denies it. A cool says it had nothing to do with. It was nothing about vladimir putin launching an investigation into what's happened but meanwhile alexei navalny is the man struggling fighting for his life. In germany valley has been removed from a medically induced. Coma really was an unbelievable picture of himself sitting up in his hospital bed surrounded by his family yet. Still he's prepared to go back and face prison or potentially even death and everyone asking me this question. i afraid i'll come back to russia and my job is to not be afraid and go back to rush. He knew the risks in knew that this was possible. He was asked about this on the plane by journalists. Who are committed being yeah. Minneapolis livestream as he came off. The plane mentioned the yup. 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"10 days" Discussed on Start Here

Start Here

08:07 min | 8 months ago

"10 days" Discussed on Start Here

"It's monday january eighteenth while everyone's watching the end of an era. He's getting ready for the beginning of his own. Start here with washington dc on lockdown joe. Biden's team prepares for a flurry of action. Find a dozen executive orders on inauguration. day itself. You've never seen an inauguration week like this we're going to prep you for all the changes that will be making the immediate impacts. There's been an exodus from the white house. But it's still hiring. Susan watering motivations. Really gonna be national security or political leanings. Why national security experts are so concerned about brand new colleague and no one told him he can't go home again. People seeing him being arrested masters because it shows the kremlin tactics for what they are few months after being poisoned vladimir putin's most hated rival is back. Abc news. this is start here. i'm brad milkey george. We have some disturbing new evidence about vice president pence speaker pelosi sources pointing to the corners of the internet. Far-right extremists been vowing. Outright violence to dates have been circled on the calendar since election january. Sixth was one of them throughout the weekend. We continue to hear chilling details about the alleged intentions of those who stormed the capital. The witnesses they discuss how puzzle and others allegedly went to the capital and would have killed speaker pelosi and vice president pence if they had been given a chance there was also discussion of coming back to dc to kill everyone that they could get a hold of hunting them down on january. Six one of those dates other is january. Twenty with just three days to go. National guardsmen flooding into the nation's capital authorities on high alert already arresting one man who tried to get past the checkpoint on friday with a handgun and five hundred rounds of ammunition but because of the fallout from the seeds on capitol because many followers suddenly can't get easy information on twitter. It's not clear where the biggest gatherings might be saddad social media. They were worried about being up on. People didn't believe that if they came out today that they would be physically assaulted and whatnot. So in some cases it's not even clear to potential attendees so this weekend around the country demonstrations this weekend were generally peaceful and generally small. If there's going to be a protest which there's much of a protest here but if there were going to be some kind of protest today. I think it should be peaceful. Only one thing is clear but on wednesday joe biden will be inaugurated sworn in as the nation's forty sixth president. You've had to cancel certain. Parts of the inauguration cutting the train ride in washington. Dc including some rehearsals. Are you certain that the ceremony is gonna take place on the west front of the capitol is planned. Well that is certainly our plan. I think that will send an incredibly important visual image to the world about the resilience of american democracy and this weekend. His team was asked to things. Will it be safe but also assuming it is what happens next. His team here was very quick to respond. You're going to see an avalanche of action. This will be like a shock and awe campaign bureaucracy on january twentieth inauguration day. You're going to be aware very quickly. There is a new team in town so this morning before we talk about security concerns before we talk about potential impeachment trial. I wanna ask. What should we expect from the very first moments of the joe biden presidency. Start the week with. Abc's deputy political director maryalice parks maryalice. What is the plan here. Like biden takes the oath on wednesday. We know he's not heading to a bunch of an inaugural balls right. So what does happen. Well normally we hear about an incoming presidents goals for the first one hundred days but instead biden is laying out a ten day plan. You know. I was pretty surprised that his incoming chief of staff mosque few days was really explicit about the number of executive orders. They plan to have him signed. On the first day ronn claimed said that he might sign a dozen executive orders on inauguration day itself end the muslim ban on day one day one so twelve a one as soon as he can get into the oval office. I think you can imagine him. Signing on the dotted line where he can reverse and rejoin the paris. Climate accord one of our one hundred days. Challenges is to mask up everyone. He's talked a lot about wanting to inspire a national plan. Everyone wearing masks. And i will issue an executive order. The require masks. We'll have the authority to do that. In federal worker for federal workers federal property near state travel like trains and planes. I think that gets to a larger vision. He has for the federal government. Kind of reasserting itself across the country. In this moment of crisis and pandemic the most extraordinary East leash no departments especially the last four years at the white house has been the office of science and technology policy and the president's council of advisors on science technology. You know we're seeing the president-elect all ready to roll out a ton of staffing announcements across agencies across the income could branch and that's why for the first time in history. I'm going to be elevated presidential science advisor to a cabinet rank because we think it's that important he wants to show the american people that the kind of turning some whites back on You know he said that they that they feel like the trump administration and hollowed out entire government agencies. I don't know if that's true. But that's the that's the perception that i think. The joe biden team is going in with. They want people and staff in place and ready to go to the the government butson shares right now Omeday chairs from home but still work from home for a lot of them right. No that's true that's true it's interesting maryalice. Because like he's such a this is probably since. Gosh i'm trying to think. Like since. George h w bush. We haven't had someone who knows the mock nations of washington like this and yet he's gonna come in and he's going to do it all the other. Recent presidents have done which it's kind of executive orders is that is that like every four to eight years for the rest of our lives is a new president comes in and just completely upends the government with all these executive orders. Maybe i think so extensively. If congress doesn't pass more bills. I think that under the trump administration we saw a real slowdown on capitol hill. And so we have an incoming president that wants to legislate with his pen to make up for lost time to protect rivers and their families and single agreement that the trump administration sign to turn local law enforcement and immigration officials but remember he is still bringing fig lettuce packages we saw last week. He rolled out a very detailed proposal about a bill. He wants congress to debate and bring up immediately. Huge expensive one point nine trillion dollar bill jury hearing some democrats and many republicans. Saying it's just too expensive. There's been bipartisan support. For all of these pieces That's really point that out. I mean if you look at the big core planks of this plan. For example senator. Rubio supports Direct relief checks senator. Romney supports expanding the child tax credit. I mean they're so. I think he's just trying to push on all fronts. What he can do with executive orders what he can push on congress to do and what we can put this new cabinet members to do as la. It makes me think that like we could wake up on thursday morning. It's day two. I guess of joe biden's presidency and still you hear a lot of people talking about like the former president is facing Senate trial and then like a week later. Everyone's like hey. Why haven't you solved kovic yet biden. So you wonder if like his team is really trying to create the sense of momentum as difficult as that might be a last question mary. Alison nothing to do with the incoming administration. I'm just wondering because you're there in washington. What's it like in dc right now. 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"10 days" Discussed on The Michael Knowles Show

The Michael Knowles Show

01:57 min | 9 months ago

"10 days" Discussed on The Michael Knowles Show

"Doing radiant tomatoes. We have to cucumbers red pepper How you say how you're sending lucia. Yes they cucumber yesterday. Cucumber turns out. Loria baldwin is not spanish at all. She doesn't have a drop of spanish ancestry. She didn't grow up in spain. Her name's ninety loria. Hillary heyward thomas and she's just been pretending by putting on this big fake spanish accent. I've known people who do this famous. You see this with With girls who go away and study abroad during college for like five minutes and they come back and they you know could have been jane from new jersey. But she comes back from studying in seville for two weeks and she says oh what the hell was it. How do you say what is. The word is so hard for me to remember because i am a suspension our. It's more italian than spanish. You you get the point. Probably the accent would be just as bad the only reason this matters. I don't care about ilaria baldwin really or alec baldwin that much. The reason this matters is it shows the absurdity of white privilege and and so-called marginalized groups the reason that not just ilori baldwin. But all these people rachel dole is all a whole number of professors have pretended to be black. Usually pretending to be black pretending to be hispanic or pretending to be anything other than the regular old white people that they are is because obviously there is no such thing as wight privilege if they're worry white privilege and all these crazy white people would just be presenting themselves the way they are and not pretending to be member of some other group you can. You can see these when you watch. These videos are very carefully you can see way to. That's not how you pronounce that way. I don't think that's really true. You you need to go in and do this kind of work yourself by the way when you want to do it yourself. You gotta check out rockwater..

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"10 days" Discussed on The Michael Knowles Show

The Michael Knowles Show

07:52 min | 9 months ago

"10 days" Discussed on The Michael Knowles Show

"I told you so. I hate to say that i told you so. You know how much it bothers me. But i told you so back about three weeks ago now at least when everyone was trying to angle and figure out exactly how trump was going to win the election after the georgia certified after pennsylvania and after then there were challenges in this and the court and the supreme court. I said there's only one path left the only path left is the compromise of eighteen. Seventy seven which is very complex thing that happened. During the rutherford b hayes versus sam tilden presidential election and they came to a conclusion in eighteen. Seventy seven to give hayes the presidency and give democrats in the south some some extra goodies. Very few people. Were talking about this at the time. I actually worried. When i mentioned on my show because i feared that it was so boring that no one was gonna care about it however i knew it was the only way that trump could could possibly mount a challenge anymore to the election and that is exactly what they are going to do and the left is absolutely furious about this letter. That came out from senator cruz. Holy number of other strong conservatives. It points out. There is a long precedent of democratic members of congress raising objections to presidential election results as they did in nineteen sixty nine two thousand one two thousand five hundred seventeen and in both nineteen sixty nine in two thousand five. A democratic senator joined with a democratic house member enforcing votes in both houses on whether to accept the presidential. Electors being challenged. But the most direct precedent on this question arose in eighteen. Seventy seven and the letter then describes exactly what we described on this show i think it was december fifteenth and the way this election was resolved in eighteen. Seventy seven was that there was an electoral commission appointed where there were five members of the house. Five members of the senate five members of the supreme court and it was a political compromise and they worked and they gave it to the republican. Rutherford hayes will this work this time. what does it mean this time. We'll get to that in one second. I want to just savour how upset the left has become over this. Eric swale well who is best known for it. Used to be best known for a humiliating himself on television now. He's best known for sleeping with a chinese spy. Eric's wall well is calling the republicans holding up the electoral certification enemies. He's calling them enemies of democracy. Any names all the people who signed this letter. Jake tapper of cnn. You know straight shooter. Jake tapper of totally objective. Cnn is going further somehow swell. Well calling all of these senators. Seditious senator ben sasse. Nebraska slammed paulie other members of the sedition caucus saying quote adults. Don't point a loaded gun at the heart of legitimate self government. Late saturday senator. Mitt romney said in a blistering statement quote. I could never have imagined seeing these things in the greatest democracy in the world has an ambition so eclipsed principle. I want to note that we invited each of the twelve senators involved in plotting this disgraceful effort to come on the show this morning to try to defend and explain their position. Each of them declined or failed to respond at all recalls. What ulysses grant wants wrote in eighteen sixty one are two parties now traders and patriots. How would you describe. The party's today to parties traders and patriots. How would you describe them. Which party do you think is the traitorous party. Which is the patriotic party. One party the democratic party a spent most of twenty twenty setting american flags on fire. Those were the really rambunctious ones in the streets. The ones who were a little more genteel just protested the american flag on nfl fields and in the halls of congress and in corporate boardrooms all of them protesting the actual flag of the united states. And the more eccentric. Democrats who poured into the streets by the thousands and thousands in cities around the country burned down. Businesses burned down court. Houses burned down institutions of law and order. So that's the democratic side actually burning. Not only the symbol of the country but the country itself and on the republican side. You have senators following the constitutional process. And according to jake tapper the people who burn the country down or the or the patriots and the people who follow the constitutional process or the traders and jake tapper who pretends to be reasonable who pretends to be the moderate centrist. Call it like it is guy with the really serious face in the suit and tie on. Cnn that guy is going to tell you that with a straight face but it is completely absurd if anybody. I don't like to go out there and use these terms treasonous seditious. I don't even like to say unpatriotic but sometimes you gotta call a spade a spade when democrats are coming out and actively protesting the american flag when they are reframing american history according to the sixty nineteen project and say america's hopelessly bigoted and rotten to the core and we need to basically up end it. Well then i got a call a spade a spade and say you asked me the question jake. The democrats would be the trader is treasonous awful unpatriotic party and that's just the way it is if the election process were reversed. Let me just ask you this. This might help you answer tappers question. If the election process were reversed and let's say it were highly contested and a lot of states changed the rules right at the very end. Some states violated their own state. Constitutions broke different laws shutdown polling places and then secretly kept county votes if that were happening and and thereby the election went to donald trump. Do you think the left would say okay. that's fine. we'll get him next time. Okay well that's too bad. But we got to certify the vote. We can't possibly pursue the legal challenges that we democrats have pursued many times before you think they'd be doing that. No they'd be burning down the country that you're right we wouldn't. We probably wouldn't be dealing with a fight in the senate or the congress about certifying the electoral vote because the democrats would be burning the country to the ground like they spent most of twenty twenty. Doing let me ask you another. Do you think this was a fair election. Do you think it was fair. I don't need to ask you. I think you probably you're probably like minded on this question but even when when there have been public polling surveys about this a lot of this country does not think it was a fair election at all and we can point to specific examples. Why it's not like they're just plucking that out of thin air conservatives right now are not bernie down the country following a legal process and some republicans are very upset with us. Okay but this is how you've got to play politics. I i want. I don't wanna burn down the country. I don't wanna play exactly like the left. Does but i wanna play as hard as the left. Does i just want to do it in a legal manner. I want to do it in a more civilized manner. But i wanna play justice hard. I don't wanna acquiesce. Don't wanna rollover. I don't wanna just let them get away with irregularities and outright unconstitutional actions. The problem is not even just the politicians here to show you what we are up against. The problem is not just the politicians. It's the politicians it's big technology. It's higher education. it's lower education. It's government and its corporate america exhibit on corporate america's side in all of this when holly comes out and he says okay. We're going to follow this process. We're going to challenge the.

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"10 days" Discussed on Radio Boston

Radio Boston

05:55 min | 1 year ago

"10 days" Discussed on Radio Boston

"Why ten more days haven't we known? Shouldn't we have been planning for? You know as Kevin Murray says here all along for this. Does He. I think that's a great question. You know. I gotta go just a little off topic I, because I think you hinted at this with the last caller with Charlie but you know we need to take a balanced assessment of risk You know there's absolutely no doubt in anyone's mind that health and safety needs to be our top priorities particularly with the pandemic going on, but there are definitely other risks that we need to be thinking about in all of our planning. And you know there's a new project that just got launched called a parabola project, and they were outlet it well, but you know we have additional risks like loss of learning food insecurity. We just talked about parental employment, and no, that's as much of a risk for our student says it is just for their parents. social emotional impact of schools being closed Can in the lack of access to some of the essential services for children as well and I think you know schools play a vital role in all of those, and we have been planning all along for the three things amid all of the uncertainty about what leads to the spread of the virus is a real sense of certainty about what can be done to. To prevent spread of the virus and schools have been planning very dutifully to make sure that people understand the need from asks and that masks really need be worn by her students when they return to school. Because that's a huge protective factor, the idea of maintaining appropriate distance within our classrooms is also an area that schools certainly have been planning for You know and then really thinking about all of our practices around hygiene to make sure that you know students are regularly washing. Hands are educators. Washing hands and sanitizing hands. Those are really three critical practices that are going to help protect people in mitigate risk as we return I. Think.

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"10 days" Discussed on HANNAHLYZE THIS

HANNAHLYZE THIS

04:45 min | 1 year ago

"10 days" Discussed on HANNAHLYZE THIS

"Okay. That's if I can do that literally you anybody can like. I'm still struggling with being angry at myself for not not completing this and not doing all the parts but just doing the part I did really allowed me to feel more light and also see things with more humor like when I was at work one day I was so I was getting like full of rage of hate. Everyone hate all these people and then I kinda see how silly does not even like me being full of rage but just like all these people in an office running around as if that's like some objective reality and we didn't just create arbitrarily and also if like any of this stuff. Is that important in. Like I could kind of laugh at that and I can even kind of laugh and be like man. I am the best at beating myself up. I am the best. GotTa kill sent their airman be full of rage and it kind of like feel a little more loose and like her do good stuff. Man Gosh should really do this. Yeah I mean I love that. You're the best at being boy. I sure am really good at being over age and I'm really good at feeling fear in judgment. Hey best quick note for those who don't know the Goddess Mara is the goddess of anger doubt greed. All those things so basically the Buddha in the story invites Mara in for tea so Buddha is doing something he's either pre. He's out there doing this. Buddha thing and Mara floating around and just fucking around Mara appears is like booth. I'm here to fuck up all your shit and Buddha's responses. Hey Mara I see that you're here. Come join US instead of so about a bottom and in the meditation terrorist. As I see you Laura. Let's have tea like I see there. Let's have have some tea. It's kind of like she said you've just got to pick up that snarling spiky poisonous animals and just hold gently wanNA trust to eat. You tries to bite your whole face off like she does. She does supply a strategy for that cradling in this challenge because I mean it was challenging Hannah. Because it's a challenge like let's all remember that pisses. Oh Dude you're so right. Also you know I just kinda realized like particularly for Americans I think we should acknowledge how difficult and radical it is to accept yourself as you are because you're basically born and then every day every message you here is like like you're not good enough and unless you're beautiful white able bodied says head fit successful rich person you suck and even if you are those things you could probably be doing better right. I don't even even to attempt. This challenge is like an act of revolution. Yes even though it's like the most it's like how we should all all be raised however humans should be treated from the second they're born. We think it's crazy or like it's radical because it's so different from how we've learned thing yet. Society is built by people. Who Thrive on getting you to thank? You need improvement. Our society as a capitalist structure to put money in the pockets of people who already have money okay so like all of the all of the messaging that you hear about yourself in society can be really toxic. I mean I think you hit hit the nail on the head. Hannah which is why it's important to take time to connect with your inner world when the outer world bombards you it so much right. And that's what's GonNa Save the world well because it will stop everyone from buying shit from Amazon. They don't meet and then twenty twenty world save the World Holy Shit Hannah job. Save the world. Save yourselves to start off. I mean really like I I really like it a lot ou can also be a A Hilary Duff Song. Let the rain come down but rain name like the rain of compassion. Oh Yes let the rain come down o or you know something. I like to say when circumstances are out of our control and and we just have to kind of nurture ourselves through it. We like to say pray for rain. Oh God and also you know it's great for tons like that as listening to that Adam Ryan Ryan Ryan Adams right out of the song that's called shadowlands and it's like please brings the free. Yes thank.

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"10 days" Discussed on HANNAHLYZE THIS

HANNAHLYZE THIS

11:54 min | 1 year ago

"10 days" Discussed on HANNAHLYZE THIS

"False narratives and then the challenge was to do something you enjoy for five minutes and savor it then go watch the video about neuroscience day three was listening to teaching and guided meditation about compassion and then the challenge was to write a letter of compassion and from your future buddied. Savas self to the place where you're struggling with emotions buddy et cetera. But it's it's up. I don't know I took one Asian art history classical. That's what you got out of it. Yeah Eh the idea of writing a letter of compassion from your future like highest self makes you wanNA BARF with so powerful. Okay how was it for you. I didn't even get to that part. You didn't do it a day three. I planned to do it I want to do it. Okay wait a minute wait a minute I got a question for you. Let me tell everybody about the rest of the days. And then we'll get into the actual experience of the days day four. This one's really interesting. We're GONNA come to it but the question is who do you sense. Could help most for the forgive yourself. We'll come back to that day five to extend kindness to someone you care about. WHO's suffering day? Six was to extend compassion to someone. You don't know very well. What the day seven reach out to someone? You've recently had conflict with and have a conversation about it. This is like give or take. We don't know if these people are dachshund or not day to talk to a person who identifies differently from you. Oh well I talked to a Republican every single day named mom. Hi Mom. If you're listening uh-huh please stop being billion okay. No offense Republicans but it's not a good look right now J.. Nine choose someone you care about and extend your appreciation Shen ideally in person and lastly day ten continue offering kindness and compassion and service to a world. That freaking needs it now. The videos have things Like courage and compassion and bridging the gap that divides us. But because this is our podcast. That's what the exercise was Gilbey. Talk to me. What have you last ten days guys? This has been very challenging week for Miguel and I feel doubly you terrible because I was one suggestion this I actually only got through five days but I didn't do on day three way. What oh well? Well I do the meditation meditation. Yes yes yeah okay. Did you do any of the challenges I gov okay. I've got to say but I did good insights. I put them on your insights and I can't wait to hear about them. I love it. Tell me about okay so in terms of doing the meditation which you're listening to the teaching and doing the meditation how is that It was good or I. I wouldn't say good but I here's the thing I just feel like for the past ten days. I just felt like a walking wound. There's just been some like life stuff coming coming up. That's been really challenging. So naturally it is the best time to practice self compassion. But Yeah I just found it I I just really struggled to die man. I've talked to work on linear timeline. To you know as I started on day one I just kind of realized we realized it's so easy to be like I am embarking on this ten day. Challenge when it's over. I'll be new person. It's not easy to like. Make time for it. Sit Down with like intention and determination that is a muscle that is very weak in my like I have to really work on. That's for like in all areas of life. That muscle is so hard to exercise for my perspective. I would suggest giving yourself more freedom for instance I would do all three of the activities completely separately sometimes because I knew that with my schedule and my brain and my stress. I'm not going to be able to do all three at the the same time you know. So if I was driving to the grocery store I'd listen to the meditation and I would just do deep breathing and stay conscious while driving and I'm sure that wasn't maximum benefit but it was more than the zero of tapping out which lives deeply and darkly within my body every moment yeah and I would say probably was still really beneficial official. You know or you know you said like well I was driving and I probably didn't get the full benefit but you probably don't get the full benefit you're still doing exactly man exactly. So maybe if you if you do want to try and do each of the activities and the challenge or that sort of thing maybe just try breaking them up and also if you're messing don't start this that's going to be really hard. Just wait until you feel better man. Yeah yeah do all right okay. So what happened for me on day. One is I started are doing meditation and then I I was like excited to do it but I was also in like thinking mode so I found myself like pausing it like every six six seconds to write down something she said or write down some thought they'd come into my brain and like like I just felt very like Oh and like this came up and I they have to improve my relationship with this and that enlist sleep and okay. I'M GONNA listen to this whole thing and not just to stop it every six seconds and that's kind of what made me realize to just do one thing at a time if something. I also need to practice because it's kind of the best way to do anything. What's wrong with stopping it to write stuff down? Well I just felt like it probably I mean good point dude probably nothing but it did kind of get me out of the like breathing you know it just felt like I was distracting distracting me so I was the first eight minutes of each. Meditation was a teaching lesson so I also paused it and wrote stuff down a lot during the meditative state aspect. I did try and like stay focused in my body but everyone struggles with this and I encourage everyone to not judge the way they engage age with things if you're engaging and the best and the most engaged you feel when you're driving stuff down to that's okay Well well what came up. Is I really just think I over think that was I mean. I think you're probably right. I am a beaching myself. Or if if part of your mind wind is over thinking then writing something down is a great method for staying present. Well I guess I would. I would like to have thoughts come up and then and not feel like Oh oh my God I have to write that down because I might forget it because that to me feels like the opposite of like noticing things and not being reactive that's kind of what I was going And it also it just made me think you know. I think I'M GONNA have to move down from the brain and be more in my body in this second body. Think thinking like trying to think my way into being a different person is not gonNA happen like I have to feel it That's kind of what I'm going for. Oh my God awed. Yeah I see what you're saying. which is that like? It's fear based wanting to write something down and inspiration connection based right. It's more like Oh my God if I don't say this like then the podcast won't fail bobble that kind of thing. Okay probably will have an easier time with at once. We're doing it for our show. I probably or it was. It's like not like yeah. It's like needing to be super good at this or the best or the most witty or have all these amazing things to say. Just yeah just not like being present is just a way to not be present. I guess my relationship with writing is that for me. Writing feels like a way to express my presence. And what I'm hearing you say. Is that for you. It feels like a way to remove yourself from the present in the in this like particular in this particular moment. Wow you know the first day that really sticks out in my mind was day three which was writing a letter of compassion from your future self when writing the letter from my future self something that I was surprised by was how much comfort I found in my own comfort like while I was writing this letter for my future me Being looking back at current I see you struggling. I know what you're going through. I promise it's going to be better. It suddenly unlocked this feeling of companionship and this realization is aviation that I know everything that I've ever been through I know me and I'm always with me and it led to me actually looking looking in a mirror and saying I know I know and I'm here and it felt like having a companion because something I really struggle with. This is like very deep sense of loneliness and this unlocked the realization. That I'm not alone because I myself have always been there. Oh Wow dude. That's like level one hundred of mindfulness. But I'm saying that was like there's a piff any after day three. He is that like well. I no longer have to feel the horrible existential illegally. We'll know rather look at this response. I have that I can tap into now this tool in my toolbox walks. You know I'm not going to be able to be in my beautiful studio looking in a mirror if I'm in the middle of an airplane or if I'm in traffic and triggered or if someone at the DMV spits it by face. It's like you know what I read like. Oh totally totally didn't happen today. Okay it was just like no I see what you're saying it and I just I I guess I had never thought of myself as a friend you know and that that was really it was really powerful for me like you know what I mean. It was like that for me was like Um at about a powerful moment. I mean I think most people don't the see themselves as a friend. I mean I think maybe it wasn't Three tear brex telling the story of how Oh she knew someone in college and that person said to her. I'm becoming my own best friend. And my first thought was like who told her she could do like. What did the teacher teacher say? It was okay like and that really made me feel like you know sad. 'cause I was like I still struggle with feeling like I can give myself permission to do this. Powerful she'll stupid. I mean it feels stupid also and I partially probably because we live in a horrible gasoline drenched Texas misery misery society but like to be like I own best friend. I mean you know it sounds dumb just saying it out loud but like it's not dumb. That's what's what's radical about this. It's it's actually very intuitive but again because of our gasoline soaked misery heck society. We're like that's the stupidest thing I've remember. It is radical. I mean now I understand why she calls it radical compassion. You know because that it is radical and I encourage anyone listening and I encourage you to do this to Gelb. Please try looking in your own eyes. Look in your own eyes in the mirror and say I love you and see how that feels look at yourself and say I love view and see see what comes up because I was like. Oh my God I felt like I was closing a loop that I didn't realize had been left open. What I loved about the day? Four talking about rain was how she told the story of the Buddha and Mara the kind of shadow personification and how the Buddha was like. I'm not afraid of you Mara. Let's have a cup of tea like that was so powerful that I actually Kelly found myself throughout the week. It visually like inviting my feelings into like a nice kitchen and giving them a cup of tea and having them sit in a chair. It'd be like what is going on and like them say things I mean and that was.

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"10 days" Discussed on HANNAHLYZE THIS

HANNAHLYZE THIS

14:11 min | 1 year ago

"10 days" Discussed on HANNAHLYZE THIS

"To us by Tara. Brach hearing the voice of one of two hands had a heart and the gig joyous waist laughter of our second hand. Hannah Galp enjoy. I'm I just wanted to say that. Uh for the almost the whole time that we did this exercise would say God. I love tear branch so much. DOC was trying to think of how to tell her that it was not terror branch but Tara Brach and then I was like man I've had brock means like wisdom tree or like flower of humanity. If you like Google it and then I looked it up and Marian webster was like this means ornery pitchwoman and you believe I mean I guess East referred to a dog I dunno anyways. Okay let me look it up to. I want to see a hound around. Oh my God a female hound us for hunting a bitch rights. Oh man well Tara Brooke. It's the opposite of a Bitch Hound to me. She's she seemed to the beep really kind of like a life changing bitch. How do you know I'm sure she's got her shadow side. Oh I'm sure she does we all we all do before before we dive into who dare brock is and why we chose her Let's do a bit of a brief catch-up Hannah Galp welcome to season. Three of hand lies this this year butts. What we're doing we're doing against all odds? You know what people say they say it takes takes three seasons to really get your podcast. Go like really to know what you're doing and feel good and be like okay. I think we're getting somewhere the fact that we're on season three is actually right on par with what people who are podcasters. Told me when I said I was starting a podcast. So do that's wonderful and you know we've we've been through a lot you know. I think we've really walked through a lot of fire trials unknowingly and we've come out the other aside. I'm sure there are still more ahead of us but like I'm really proud of this man. Remember we went to podcastone and that was like super hard while the best part about pod Khan was getting a chance to actually meet some of the ear buds for those who are first time listeners. Ear Buds are how he gently referred to are loving companions along this podcast journey journey. Guys if you are an earbud. That's been here since the beginning or if you're new we just want to say an extra special. Thank you to you for your patience and encouragement because it is helping us us have the freedom to make this podcast. The best it can be so directly to you listeners. Thank you thank you thank you. I am nodding with my whole full-body. Yeah she really is. It's it's vaguely disturbing. Have you ever seen like a like one of those waterbirds or a wind. A wind sock like one of those dip Karkare advertisement things. No no what like the the dip the bird. Oh Yeah Yeah with the top Pat I'M GONNA get one dip bird with the top hat Hannah. Hart what are we calling season. Three of of analyze this Perhaps Himalayas this Doi-. Oh Gosh I just I love that because it makes me feel like at any moment. We're GONNA fly to the south of France. We end at any moment. We could no no we really no no we can. How the hell are you handle? How's it how's life? Tell me something. Tell me something fun before we get into self compassion richness. Well I think I told you I am turning for a half marathon. Why would you do that? right well first of all I didn't even know I could. I keep waiting for someone to like. Lean out of the wings and be like. You can't do that. I mean I encourage you to do this but also you don't have to do this. I encourage you to do this. I mean man. Do you know how long a half marathon is. It's thirteen miles. What what inspired you to train for a half marathon thon and also? How do you train for half marathon? ooh Well I will tell you. Gosh it was very lucky. What happened was picked up my lovely friend Mina from the airport by the way her name is Meena but she likes sailor Mars more than sailor Venus? which is it's hard? It's a lot but she does have a lot of Mars qualities anyways so she was saying she wanted to do it and I was like I had. Here's the thing we're kind of. Just we're still kind of like becoming close like in that phase of our friendship. And if I had like flaked out on not picking her up from the airport this I would not have signed up for this marathon but I was like no. Oh I'm going to pick her up and then we talked and she was like yeah. I'm during this half marathon and I was like Holy Shit. That was what I need. I need something to do with me. And now we're both signed up. We went running last week. You may have seen on my instagram study And Yeah and we're doing it and really nice because it's so much easier here. I'm so annoyed with myself to saying this out loud but it is so much easier to exercise when you have a very clear goal and a very clear limit like usually when I go for a run in the past. I'd be like okay. I'm just going to try and run. I many miles as a human can possibly run here. We go doc like right now. My long run is is like three miles. So I'M GONNA run three miles tomorrow and the next weekend around four miles in between those runs a do like two or three maintenance runs of like two three miles so it's not like all of a sudden I have to run like twenty million miles. You know you slowly work your way up and if I can even run eight miles by the end of this I'm going to be like I have turned scented human limits of boundaries. I am Adidi. I walk on water. I I'm you'll be one of those people is like. Yeah I look good in pants I I am so proud of you that now. I'm I'm inspired to really encourage you to do this. Two quick thoughts one. Yup I am I gonNA wear one. Wow you're such a kind a person for picking up a casual friend from the airport like I. I roll my eyes when I have to go pick up my future bride from the airport but then again it is. Lax people literally literally voted the worst airport in the country. So I mean it's just got a lot of traffic and to come on man. Is there another reason why you're doing the vet thought. Well I mean to be honest. I've been pretty in active. I would say for the past three years and I'm really. I'm not very happy with like my body and you know it's hard to say that and I'm not like shaming anybody but I'm like I'm a wait that it's not my ideal weight also I don't know if you guys know this. All of my extra weight just goes to my stomach and my chin. So it's not it's not good. Yeah as long as as long as you're feeling healthy there's a lot and we could. We could get into way culture because there's a lot of people you know maybe stereotypically typically overweight but really as long as the functions of your body are healthy as long as your bloodwork is healthy. You're a healthy person so this is not all about quote unquote fat shaming shaming. This is about maintaining the health and wellness of your internal organs. Size doesn't matter. And if you're somebody who's internal organs are healthy then you're good baby dude word. Word Woodward could not agree more. Yeah how are you organs. I see what you're doing there affair up I do have I have. I got my blood work done and I have some High triglycerides overall things are pretty good but definitely definitely need to cut back on sugar and this atrean fat dude. This is what being in your mid to late mid to mid late late thirties. All Yeah I know you told me about like your results from the doctor and then obviously as your best friend and loves you very much. I started researching and I started talking to people I beck. So what does someone do with high triglycerides or cholesterol or any of that. What do people do and literally of the six people? I was in a room with breath. Four of them were told this year that they have high cholesterol dude. It's I mean. We live in a trash compactor of fucking terrible. Sugar and Corn Syrup Limited movement movement and limited exposure. To daylight. You Know Lake. I was talking into someone who said that they have to schedule. Time to go outside and frankly do it if that's what it's GonNa take for you to enjoy some sunshine or even in a short winter walk for those of you who don't live in southern California and I am so proud of you. I'm so I'm so happy for. Are you and anything I can do as your friend to help you achieve this goal. Let me know any words of encouragement. Anything's aren't helpful. Just tell me Dude because all I wanna do is see you see you hit this desire. Thanks Buddy yeah. That's dude. I really appreciate them. Let me know. Let me know what helpful what's productive and what's not helpful not productive. Because you know me. I like to say constant words. This is true Yeah I'm I I also just wanted to be honest with everyone and say another huge motivator is to maybe have part of a button because as you know now I have just no I just have the tops of legs as I have eh probably in the past and this is like an opportunity to have maybe some kind of a but I'm like dude literally ten squats you'll you'll start no just ten squats a day. You'll start to see your pop do own. My God wow that was just a great choice of words okay. I'm I'm literally writing downtown's squads right now honestly I mean I love but so I don't WanNa go deep into this but anyway listen we are positive we are at your own pace as positive and we're health positive so love the body are in as long as you're in it to win it. We're off to a good start. You know what I mean. Yeah well and also oh doing something like this is such a direct way to feel uncomfortable because you really have to like you know normally before this gopher run get like slightly are in pain and I'd be like Oh gotTa stop but with this you really have to push through signed really wanting and hoping like kind of more than anything that this will translate until like okay. I'm really uncomfortable like applying for the job. But I'm GONNA do it. I'm going to push through because they know how to do that now somewhat so what. Oh my God. I'm not going income the Buddha or anything. I'm just saying. Hey as long as you got that Buddha. But I don't know what I'm saying but what I am saying is that I couldn't agree more trying trying out something. New trying out different passes different exercises could lead to affecting your life in more ways than you think which is why we challenged ourselves to to this ten days self compassion practice brought to us by Tara. Brach Dr. She's been through it. I mean she was struggling with self esteem and and Not Liking herself body issues and all this stuff and then she went to an off for ten years. Yeah let's do a little bit of background history on who this woman is You may have heard of tear brock. She is written such books as radical acceptance one which I have been recommended multiple times for my sister. Naomi thank you I and I I own that book and I've been on page twenty five for about six years so this is the time now. She's also known for authoring. True refuge huge finding peace and freedom in your own awakened heart and the follow-up radical compassion learning to love yourself and your world with the practice of rain our AI. And and we're going to get into the practice of rain is as we talk about the ten day outline but Tara Brach is a normal woman. She's a woman who went to College College at Clark. University double majored in psychology and Political Science. And then from there chose to go and live in an Osram or spiritual community for ten years. Jesus well she's also been therapist for I think she really like merged like meditation and therapy kind of as like a therapist like using those lessons and insights. Yeah it seems that. She brought her what she had learned a about meditation and self healing during the years she lived at the Ashram she brought them into her. PhD Pursue for getting her PhD in Clinical Psychology with a dissertation exploring. Meditation as Therapy Modality Intriguing Addiction. which is Great? I like Tara Tara can we. Can we call her Tama. Here I got I would love to have her on the podcast. Oh although that would be great but you know what I really like about. This is that it doesn't surprise me that she has a PhD in clinical psychology. which is really the study of the mind medicine? And all these forms etcetera and that she's brought in this meditative aspect because I found the way she explains her work to be very grounded winded whereas lots of times. When you're kind of exploring meditation are exploring this kind of mindfulness stuff it can? It can be a little bit. How do I say this to artistic? Flute Fluffy A little a little a little Gossamer GAAS crystal show little Gossamer GAAS crystal shop. Where you're like where you're like? Okay you know Oh and it really honestly for me..

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"10 days" Discussed on Vector Podcast

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"10 days" Discussed on Vector Podcast

"It works really really well. I can't say again. It works as well as the big over. The ear noise canceling headphones but for buds. And I come from the bose wired and wireless but the bose wired buds to me. It was it was fine. It was really really good. Yeah I think the again if you're gonNA compare any ear. You're you're buds with over the air or on your cans and and talk about noise canceling you really kind of. You're talking about two completely different things what I think. Apple Excels at is isolating the sound with noise cancelling without you feeling like like nightrider box. That's exactly what you're saying thing that it it doesn't it actually feels a lot more natural To have them in and to be walking around I hear myself a little bit stronger occur than I want to. It's almost like putting earplugs in and I can hear my own sound reverberating inside but it it. Otherwise feels a lot more comfortable than other noise. I can't sing headphones. I've I've had yeah. I think the vent really helps they have these vents on the outside that you don't feel like you're sort of plugged up which you do with some headphones and and also they have this transparency mode where you can you can do the force pinch and turn on transparency mode and then the external mic picks up the outside the ambient noise and gives. Is it back to you. But it doesn't sound like you're not wearing the headphones. It doesn't even sound like turning noise canceling off. It's almost crispier than reality. And also people called Augmentation reality but it's not actually adding data to it. It's just sort of filtering everything Dan. I've I've tested a couple of noise. Cancelling headphones that do have their version of transparency transparency. Whatever they will call it and to me? Those always sounded almost like somebody was sticking a microphone out everywhere and and picking it up so it was drawing in a lot of ambient. Some that I felt was tumorous with air pods pro. It's more like it's more more like just opened up a a little spot in your ear to allow audio to come through so that you're still your music and your your audio books your podcast. They're still loud and clear. But you somehow are able to hear you know if somebody knocks on your front door or something like that without it feeling like like a wash. It's like with with other noise canceling headphones. That have this kind of feature. It goes like this with these. That doesn't happen so you can run this test. You can open up Bluetooth settings which I still think is an odd place to have all this. I'd much rather there was like an air pods a persistent air pods tab but you can go into Bluetooth your air pods pro and you can run run a sound tip test and that'll tell you if there's a good enough seal to do all the fancy noise cancelling stuff and I passed the seal with the default default medium-size tips on it. But they didn't feel like they were staying in my ear really well so I tried the bigger ones. I tried the smaller ones and now I have the smaller ones in and they fit much better so just recommend that people even if they pass the test they still take the time to trial the different tips right because the tip test is not to determine if it's comfortable it's to determine whether or not you have a good seal so I was the same way past the tip to test with the medium payer but the I knew medium is not going to be right for my ears. I took them out right away and I tip tested tested with small thank goodness it was a good seal. And that's what I use my ears small-sized because It it gives me a good seal and they're comfortable so I completely. I agree when you do that. Tip Test don't assume that it's saying this is the right pair for you all at saying as this does give you a good seal. Make sure that either. The large or small among isn't a better fit in terms of comfort so to control this. You can either do that. Force Pinch on the stem. You can use control center on your iphone on your apple. Watch the Menu Bar on your Mac. The Bluetooth controls on other devices. How intuitive and easy did you find just controlling your air pods in general? At first I it was so bad that I thought I might have a bad pair. I couldn't get it to work at first but after a little bit of playing around with it. I've I've figured out exactly how to do it right and I say this for two reasons one once I figured it out. It's absolutely fantastic but too I was surprised. The apple didn't do a better job of designing it with an interface that was better for users. They're great at that. Apple is great at user interface that is make make sense and is understandable and easy to use and I was a little surprised that it took me probably a day of playing around with it and you know pinching it in different in places and Rene even getting a recommendation from you about the best way to do it before it finally clicked in my head how to do it now. It's perfect. It works right every time but supposingly I think apple probably could have done a little better job at Designing that interface on the on the touch sensor so that it's just it just happens it just works didn't just work. Yeah can't go wrong. Yeah and also you can use Siri which. I've actually used several times now. Because they have on board Siri like the ear pods to the answer right away. So I'll just say transparency motor. I'll say something else and it works and I walk around the house just telling it to do stuff now I I keep saying this is true like just turn on the TV. Play this on the Apple TV. Turn off this do that and it's like I don't have to yell at my home. You know it can be in a completely different room and just whisper and all all of it happens right I I find myself turning the light on and off in my bedroom a lot because they'll be in there with the air pods pro in my ear and just think oh I need to turn the light on and then I'll just have siri do like that's so great I didn't have to go get my phone or any do anything on my watch. It just automatically just happens. It's such a great feeling to just have your air pods. Be The theory that you need to do everything. It's it's really great. It's a great experience. So a battery life now senator. Let's get like five hours. These these get five hours without noise. Cancelling on four and a half hours with noise cancelling or transparency on and. I often wear just one unless I really want. That noise canceling experienced handsome. Listening to audio books or podcasts only put one on which means I can just switch back and forth basically indefinitely and plug in the case but I did make deliberate tests here and I'm getting around four and a half hours. I think slightly longer than what apple originally said. Yeah I think I experienced the same thing noise canceling I. I kept them in my ears for four and a half hours I went for it and I think it was the same. It was like four hours forty five. I think I managed to keep it in that you know manage to keep the battery that long. So without a doubt. They're they're a judgment on how long noise cancelling Works is dead on. You're you're not not gonna you know discover that it was only three and a half hours or four hours. It hits that four and a half hour mark plus In terms of the case. I haven't actually Eh let the case completely run down so bottom line Laura Gill. What is your recommendation with the with the air pods pro? If you have been waiting waiting around for a more comfortable pair of air pods go by right now. They are absolutely the most comfortable pair of airports in the world in all existence. And I'm so happy that I finally can wear airports. That are comfortable. It makes me so happy. They're even more comfortable to me than the power beats pro. which have been my favorite in ear earphones for a long sometime? Now if you already have air pods and you you don't you don't need anything. They don't hurt your ears. You're fine with what you've got the this. It's an expensive offensive upgrade just to add noise canceling to it. So if you're not really just I have to have noise. Canceling your air pods are fine if you are. If you have another pair of in ear noise canceling headphones that you really love the the audio quality of this one. It might be a disappointment for you. So maybe we test them out. I try audio to determine whether or not you think it's diff- If the difference is good enough but I can I can definitely say these are are I I I wanNA wipe all of my other Headphones cans over the ear on your including my power beats pro. I WANNA throw them out in the garbage now just because of how comfortable and easy to use air pods pro. I finally have a pair of air pods that are comfortable fit and they sound good and they look good and and all that stuff so it's a win win for me. I'm very very happy with it. Yes the thing that I will like. I've said this about air pods before if you come at them from an audio point of view your sort of setting yourself up for disappointment and I don't mean that by saying that apple deserves a pass on the salad not being the best sound in the universe because I think absolute apple should absolutely attempt. Don't try for continue to progress. Awards the best sound in the universe. But what you're getting in what you're paying for. Are these little computational ear computers and when you look look at the price and say well two hundred and four dollars expensive for that sound or when you listen to them and say well. You don't sound as good as this that again. It's the silicon the sensor. This is all the things that go into them to make them so much more than just raw drivers out putting southbound and if that's meaningless to you if you could care less about how easy they set up and pair here and switch between devices or that they stopped playing when you put them in or out or that they can change modes when you if you could care less about any of those things. Just get the best Sounding headphones you can get whether they're custom-made in earphones elect or they are giant cans. I give you the best studio judio level sound when you want them but if you do value the convenience stuff if you do value the instant pairing and the changing and all of those things that are driven.