35 Burst results for "A. Broken"

Bipartisan Senate Bill Wants to Break up Big Tech

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

00:54 sec | 11 hrs ago

Bipartisan Senate Bill Wants to Break up Big Tech

"Not a fake news story is a bill being pushed by senator Klobuchar of Minnesota and grassley of Iowa that would lead to the breakup of big tech. Now I'm very ambivalent about big tech. I want an American national security representative in every board meeting. I want to know what they're doing and what they're making. I'm not sure we need to break them up. You are a national security specialist. What do you think about this bill? Well, look, I wrote about this in The Wall Street Journal about ten days ago. And I understand people are based are very angry at big tech companies. And they've got good reason to with censorship and privacy issues, the fact that the president Trump was taken off some of the social media platforms and yet terrorists and autocrats are left on. That's terrible. We need to deal with it. But we're on the verge of this Klobuchar bell of giving the Chinese Communist Party a huge gap. I mean, they can't believe it. They're watching us. This is an own goal as big or bigger than the WTO

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Project Veritas Founder James O'Keefe on EcoHealth, DARPA and Fauci Lying Under Oath

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:28 min | 16 hrs ago

Project Veritas Founder James O'Keefe on EcoHealth, DARPA and Fauci Lying Under Oath

"James, I want to ask you, you also exposed this story. I think last week, doctor Robert Malone and Naomi wolf say that this is bigger than The Pentagon papers. So it's potentially civilizational altering stuff. The story has multiple parts, one with darpa, and then one with potential suppression of early treatments. There's a mention of the trusted truth initiative. James, can you kind of update our audience on this story? So these were documents that, again, were transmitted to us from a source. I wonder if the FBI will raid me again that you're starting to certainly sense a pattern here. It's absurd. I won't tell you who the source is, but we received documents from inside the Department of Defense, specifically darpa, defense advanced research projects agency in Arlington, Virginia, which is a division of the Department of Defense, and these documents were authored by a major in the United States Marine Corps who was a fellow at darpa. So effectively they're sort of Pentagon papers that we've broken last week. And the documents state that eco health alliance, this group approached darpa in the Department of Defense for a gain of function research on COVID born coronaviruses in March of 2018. The Defense Department rejected this proposal on the grounds it was too risky. It was too dangerous. So our department defense thought, no, now that we can't proceed with this research for obvious reasons, it was lead to, I don't know, a pandemic or something. And then the Marine Corps major writes in this document, but Anthony Fauci, as head of naid, a proceeded with this research. So the Marine Corps statements, obviously a credible source here inside darpa, would seem to indicate that Doctor Fauci live under oath. Now Charlie, we break the documents and the very next morning Fauci is being questioned by senator Marshall and Fauci does address project veritas mentions us by name, authenticates the documents, but calls into question the credibility of this report and the Marine Corps guy who wrote it. And I believe Fauci is playing semantic games because obviously there were two separate proposals here. Fauci didn't see the precise identical proposal that eco health alliance approached darpa with, it was a different one, but fascinating stuff. And I think that there'll be more whistleblowers and documents coming out as a result of this exposure.

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The Rich Get Richer While the Poor Get Poorer

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:43 min | 16 hrs ago

The Rich Get Richer While the Poor Get Poorer

"Producer Connor for example. Producer Connor is going to be our test case. I think did I mention this on air before? Maybe I did. So producer Connor got poorer this last year. Now he's going to use this as an advocating for a race, but I'll bring that, that's a separate conversation. How did producer Connor get poorer? Producer Connor what your mid 20s, right? Mid 20s works hard gets in early does a great job. He's 25. So he's right there. He is right on the chart. Andrew says we actually gave him a raise. Okay, it was an inflation adjusted race. But here's what's important. Listen, producer Connor got poorer. His rent went up by $600 a month. Is that correct, Connor? $600 a month. That means he has to pay 600 extra dollars a month, $7200 a year to live in the same place that he lived last year. So in order to just tread water in order for Connor just to stay the same, he has to earn an extra $600 a month just to break even. Whereas I have a mortgage. And my mortgage rate is fixed. And that doesn't go up. So I borrowed my mortgages can make a lot of sense, makes really conservative. Money. And therefore I become I'm fit in and it doesn't change mortgage payments, you could have a fixed rate, you could have a floating rate, but most are fixed. I actually am getting richer. The value of my home goes up, my payment stays the same, which actually goes down because the currencies inflated. So Connor the renter gets poorer, Charlie, the owner gets richer. I'm not trying to rub it in your face Conor. I'm just using you as an example. It's true. Your rulers betrayed you.

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The FBI, Pfizer, and Deep State-Pharma Collusion with James O' Keefe

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:51 min | 16 hrs ago

The FBI, Pfizer, and Deep State-Pharma Collusion with James O' Keefe

"So James, I want to ask you about the story that broke yesterday. You guys have a tendency to break news very late in the evening. I'm sure there is a science to it or there's a reason to it. And it says DoJ documents obtained by judicial watch, Tom fitton, great guy, confirms existence of communications between the Federal Bureau of Investigation and Pfizer about your organization project veritas tell us about this James. That's right. Tom fitton that judicial watch, who's a friend of mine, he issued a foia request into the Department of Justice for all communications between The New York Times and the DoJ and Pfizer pharmaceutical and DoJ. And shockingly, a document which was came back from the Department of Justice FBI indicating they do indeed have communications between the FBI and Pfizer regarding communications regarding project veritas and myself. So we released these documents last night. I made a video about it. And the question is, why on earth is Pfizer pharmaceutical talking to the FBI about journalists or journalism, Charlie? And further, you know, the CEO of Pfizer had made a statement back in November. I think it was November 9th, where he said that he has been talking to the FBI about disinformation and dark, dark groups. He's clearly referring to groups like project veritas, even though we're not dark, where the opposite of dark. And also we to Charlie remember, we did two stories about Pfizer, one whistleblower within Pfizer Melissa mcatee and emails showing that they were hiding information. Those were the vice president of Pfizer's words, not mine, and also a scientist within Pfizer saying antibodies are stronger than their own vaccine. So I reported on this as journalists do or are supposed to do. And now we come to find out that the FBI is talking to Pfizer about

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Washington Examiner: Biden Fed Nominee Raskin Faces GOP Opposition Over Climate Change Activism

Mark Levin

01:25 min | 1 d ago

Washington Examiner: Biden Fed Nominee Raskin Faces GOP Opposition Over Climate Change Activism

"Here's some breaking news ladies and gentlemen I'm sure you're going to enjoy that Sarah bloom Raskin President Joe Biden's pick for a tough Federal Reserve role I spend Harold on the left as a climate crusader a reputation that will complicate her confirmation process Washington examiner The major focus of Republican arguments against Raskin will feature her view that climate change is a systemic risk to the U.S. financial system And at the fed should play a role in mitigating that risk the nature of her Okay But Joe is a moderate he's not He's not Bernie Sanders or AOC Although as I said Tully in the right light so he just nominated the head the Federal Reserve this kook who believes that we should use our finances relevant to climate change the nature of her positions and the power the role she would have will also come under Republican magnifying glass Sarah bloom Raskin is specifically called for the fed to pressure banks to choke off credit to traditional energy companies and exclude those employers for many Federer lending facilities So would you do a quick Google search and see if this is Jamie Raskin's wife or sister

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Timberwolves beat Knicks...Rafael Nadal advances

AP News Radio

01:58 min | 1 d ago

Timberwolves beat Knicks...Rafael Nadal advances

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Kotkaniemi scores twice, Hurricanes roll past Bruins 7-1

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 1 d ago

Kotkaniemi scores twice, Hurricanes roll past Bruins 7-1

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Sen. Sherrod Brown Is Selective About Charging People Who Smash Windows

Mark Levin

00:44 sec | 2 d ago

Sen. Sherrod Brown Is Selective About Charging People Who Smash Windows

"Share it Brown Real commie said I think anybody who it's proven had a role in the planning of the January 6th attack should be prosecuted not just the people who broke in and smashed the window in my office and others I think anybody that by the way did he say that about antifa and Black Lives Matter Of course not He's a clown I think anybody that's shown to have had a role in its planning absolutely should be prosecuted I mean it was treason It was okay So you get these low lights These hacks Now you know how brilliant the framers were to make sure that the Congress was not involved in prosecuting people

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Sen. Tim Kaine Has a Lot to Say About Prosecuting Donald Trump

Mark Levin

01:05 min | 2 d ago

Sen. Tim Kaine Has a Lot to Say About Prosecuting Donald Trump

"Tim Kane said it's up to the prosecutors at the justice burn where the charge Trump though he believes the former president's actions want to be for January 6th likely violated federal law No they didn't He is supposed to be a moderate but he's a whack job They have all the evidence at their disposal he said Now how do you know that A lot going on behind the scenes of you and I do not know Cain believes federal prosecutors are looking seriously at charges against Trump although he doesn't have any insight information My intuition is that they're looking carefully whether Trump broke the law my sense is they're looking at everything in a diligent way and they haven't made a decision What is he talking about Does he know something I believe there are federal statutes that are very much implicated by Trump overturn Biden's victory in the 2020 election It is really grotesque to hear people who sought to overturn the 2016 election Every breathing moment of that administration Are now making these allegations these

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Michigan Democrats Claim Parents Are NOT 'Clients of Public Schools'

The Trish Regan Show

02:03 min | 2 d ago

Michigan Democrats Claim Parents Are NOT 'Clients of Public Schools'

"Because I'm just blown away by Michigan. I mean, the governor of Michigan give me a break. Hasn't she kind of learned her lesson apparently not, because the Michigan Democratic Party came out with a statement that they posted to Facebook and I want to share this with you. It's important that you hear what they're actually saying and what they're thinking. They're read the whole thing. Not sure, quote, where this parent should control what is taught in schools because they are our kids, is originating, but parents do have the option to choose to send their kids to a hand selected private school at their own expense if this is what they desire. The purpose of a public education in a public school is not to teach kids only what parents want them to be taught, and then they put in bold letters, it is to teach them what society needs them to know. The clients of the public school is not the parent, but the entire community the public. Wow, okay, wait a second. The clients of the public school is the community and therefore is the parents. The ones that have kids in the school system, the ones that are actually paying their taxes, you don't get to just decide. What the heck do you think are young people should be learning? That's not how it works, and yet Democrats in Michigan. They somehow think that parents should not be involved in their kid's education didn't Virginia learn this the hard way, guys. You know, if you were smart, you would actually learn from Virginia and know the individuals need to have some choice. Need to have some say in what their children are actually being taught. This is so fundamentally wrong and really if you ask me very anti American. We were set up as a federalist system to give power to the states to the local communities when it comes to those local communities in the community taxpayers that are paying for their kids to be in school. In public school, they have a right. To expect a certain protocol in terms of education and they have the right to be involved in that education. And the idea that you can dismiss them is absolutely bonkers.

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Democrats Come to Grips With Looming Election Reform Defeat

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:00 min | 2 d ago

Democrats Come to Grips With Looming Election Reform Defeat

"There's a really interesting new snippet from Politico. They do a daily deal called playbook, most of it is garbage to be honest. It's kind of gossip. It is the closest thing that has been created in D.C. to kind of page 6 of politics, not to say that it's poorly sourced, but it's kind of gossipy. It's one off sources and people read it like that, but this one was super interesting. It says this that, and this actually cites a New York Times article from Katie edmondson. That's a good Swedish name. With the latest state of play and Sarah faris and Marie Marianne Levine and Nancy vu. My goodness, a lot of authors of that article. Democrats are starting to come to grips with the quote looming election reform defeat and quote grapple openly grappling. With what to tell their voters when they come up short. Frontline House Democrats eager to boost their prospects in November are urging their party leadership to break up build back better into a series of votes on popular planks. Even if that means giving up one grand Bill, even if those bills have no shot of becoming law. But Washington posts Mariana Sotomayor reports that leadership has been cool to this idea so far. While some front liners want to focus more on selling the infrastructure law and other accomplishments, steny Hoyer says, quote, the tension was surfaced in a meeting earlier this month. And the second highest ranking member of their caucus. Susan wild from Pennsylvania says I don't care. Telling Hoyer that House Democrats should spend the year sending bills to the Senate with the hope of bipartisan deals that could be reached on issues important to a broad range of voters. These Democrats are talking more like Japanese kamikaze pilots than

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Britain's MI5 Probed Texas Synagogue Attacker But He Wasn't on U.S. No-Fly List

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:56 min | 2 d ago

Britain's MI5 Probed Texas Synagogue Attacker But He Wasn't on U.S. No-Fly List

"Do and the woke crowd over the FBI and the media have to explain how this synagogue terrorist and Texas was allowed to fly. There's some breaking news from The Washington Post, turns out the authorities were keeping an eye on him in the UK. Turns out this guy had terrorist ties well-known to the authorities. Why was he allowed to come over here a few weeks ago? An attempt to slaughter a rabbi and three members. Of that synagogue. Breaking now from The Washington Post, Texas, synagogue attacker was previously known to British security services, he was known to security officials in Britain. That they were all great about the no fly list. Now, if you don't have your mask on on a flight in America, you'll be on a no fly list. If you argue about your mask, your domestic terrorist and you won't be allowed to fly, but this guy. M 15, Britain's counterintelligence and security agency invested this guy in 2020 and ready for this, had him on a watch list. Comes over here, flies into JFK, then flies from New York, to Texas, and targets a Jewish synagogue holding a rabbi and three other congregants hostage only the rabbis heroism, not taking the guy out with a chair and letting them escape. Likely prevented a slaughter.

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Wisconsin Judge Rules Against Absentee Ballot Drop Boxes

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:25 min | 2 d ago

Wisconsin Judge Rules Against Absentee Ballot Drop Boxes

"The biggest story that you won't hear is the one out of Wisconsin that I am proud to share with you, breaking now on the Mike Gallagher show. A judge in Wisconsin has ruled that absentee ballots, the drop boxes and the ballot harvesting can not be used. It's a huge story and no one's going to cover it because they don't want you to think anything about the outcome of the November 2020 election. You see only Democrats are allowed to question the outcome of elections. Just ask Hillary, ask Nancy Pelosi, ask the prominent Democrats who insisted that Trump didn't win legitimately. I wonder how things would have been different if after the Democrats questioned the outcome of the November 2016 election what would have happened if a group of leftists stormed the streets and hotels and or maybe the capitol? What would happen if people went on a rampage and burned buildings? And killed people. Oh, we did have that happen. That's right. That was the George Floyd protests.

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Jack Posobiec Gives Us the Latest Updates on the Texas Synagogue Hostage-Taker

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:29 min | 2 d ago

Jack Posobiec Gives Us the Latest Updates on the Texas Synagogue Hostage-Taker

"Jack pasovic is a good friend of mine. He does a great job and we're going to talk to him about a lot of different stuff. Jack, welcome back to the program. Charlie always a pleasure. So Jack, something happened over the weekend that seems to be memory hold. There was a hostage situation, which is rare. We don't always see that. It happened at a synagogue. Tell us the story. What happened? Charlie, so there's the story that we got in terms of the real-time situation as it was reported to us through the media. And now there's the story that's beginning to emerge through the reporting that's come out over the past few days. So the story that we got at least in terms of as it broke publicly was that at a Beth Israel congregation synagogue outside of Dallas, Texas, a terrorist took hostage, a rabbi and three of the congregants there and held him in a ten hour siege. With a local authorities and the FBI, all while demanding the release of a woman who has been in captivity and prison in the U.S. for many years, she's referred to as lady Al-Qaeda. She's also her name is afia siddiqui. She's someone that's been on the Al-Qaeda list for many, many years as one of the very first detainees was picked up in Afghanistan years ago. She's held for not only being a terrorist and providing material support to Al qaida and the Taliban, but also for attacking soldiers trying to shoot soldiers with a rifle here in the U.S. and a hospital. It's a long story, but she's someone who's been held and that care national, by the way, has actually been holding fundraisers and events and support events for this terrorist who's been convicted over the years behind the scenes for years. They've been publicly holding events supporting this terrorist. And so this guy comes over. Now we've now learned he came over traveled from the UK to the U.S. utilized really exploited homeless shelters in New York City and then Dallas as he made his way across the United States in what seems to be a planned operation from a known jihadist, someone who is known to UK authorities somehow the FBI lets this guy in doesn't pick him up on their radar. We hear from President Biden of all people, tells us that this guy somehow was able to obtain an illegal weapon while here in the United States. And so this has all the hallmarks. It's shaping up to be a planned operation from an overseas terrorist cell and he may have had help here in the United

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Journalist John Solomon on Voter Rights and Suppression

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:24 min | 3 d ago

Journalist John Solomon on Voter Rights and Suppression

"And I'm proud to present to you on Sebastian gorka's show John Solomon John welcome to the program. Great to have you with us brother. It is good to be with you. Happy Monday. Happy Monday. Here we go and happy Martin Luther King day. John. You're our go to guy if I may. And so would you explain to me the pressing is voting rights situation? You know, John, I didn't know there was suppressing votes in America. I didn't know I always felt as a person who just showed up and voted my fault was being suppressed. My vote wasn't counted because I wasn't one illegal. Number two, I wasn't dead yet. Despite what you might hear right here. Explain, explain to me, what is going on with this voting rights like they double that and they go to Georgia where they might very well have been shenanigans down there and I'm being kind in the 2020 election, but they doubled down. Could you break down what they want to vote for? And what they will end up with down in D.C., please. Yeah. Well, first off, the bill is in some dire trouble because there are at least four Democrats that are holding the line on it. Joe Manchin, Kirsten sinema, Mark Kelly and I'm thinking that the fourth one now just gave my mind. But they've got a little bit of opposition in their own party, particularly in these Democrats that are in the swing states. And so the bill may not happen. It may go the road of the BBB and some of the other Biden democratic plans. But the big thing that Joe Biden talks about being Jim Crow two is the idea that it is inherently racist. It is voter disenfranchising to ask someone to show their ID before they vote or descend in an absentee ballot. And this is an interesting thing because every poll that I've seen in the last year, including one, we did it just to know news says 70 80% of Americans support this. But there's a fascinating new poll out in Michigan. It surveyed Michigan voters who voted in the last election. And here is the ticker. African American voters, the very voters that Joe Biden says are disenfranchised by a voter ID. They support voter ID by Uranus, 79%. In fact, black voters were more strongly supporting of voter ID than all other voters

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AP and FBI in Hot Water for Claiming Texas Synagogue Hostage Stand-off Was 'Not Related to Jewish Community'

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:28 min | 3 d ago

AP and FBI in Hot Water for Claiming Texas Synagogue Hostage Stand-off Was 'Not Related to Jewish Community'

"There was a terrorist incident, a terrorist attack, really on a synagogue, and Texas. There's some news on that after we heard the media dutifully report that there's nothing really to see here. The Associated Press, the FBI, tweeted out, and again, this is from The Associated Press. Understand the AP is where multiple news outlets get their news from, so millions and millions of Americans are influenced dare I say indoctrinated by The Associated Press. They've been woke for years. The FBI. As apparently, is apparently woke. What does that look like? How does it manifest? Well, here's what The Associated Press tweeted over the weekend. Breaking the FBI says the Texas synagogue hostage takers demands were specifically focused on issue not connected to the Jewish community. Now, of course, there was tons there was a ton of backlash to that, people were absolutely livid, but this is what the media's default position always is. This is what the FBI does. Minimizing the terror attack. Minimizing the terror attack as terrorism. And I don't fully understand why. I wish I could understand why. I'm going to give you a theory. And if you haven't followed this story, a guy bursts in while a service is in progress being live streamed at a Jewish synagogue in collegeville, Texas. Right near where I used to live for years. And because it was being live streamed, this monster's audio was picked up, there was there was some audio of him ranting and raving and what he was saying, he held four members of the congregation, including the rabbi hostage for hours before they were able to escape the team from Quantico stormed in. They all local and federal and they took either killed himself or they took

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Osaka, Nadal advance in Australia after Djokovic flies home

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 3 d ago

Osaka, Nadal advance in Australia after Djokovic flies home

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Does the COVID-19 Vaccine Affect Fertility? Drs. Martenson and Kory Weigh In

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:56 min | 5 d ago

Does the COVID-19 Vaccine Affect Fertility? Drs. Martenson and Kory Weigh In

"Guys see any evidence at all whatsoever and I want to start with you, doctor mortenson, which around a link between infertility and the vaccine or any sort of disturbing trends in that regard. Absolutely. So one of the things so I got two YouTube strikes. One was when I ran his Senate testimony. And so that got taken down. I got a YouTube strike for that. And the second one was when I pointed out that the yellow card system in the UK had shown 30,000 women had reported reproductive cycle issues, right? Their menstrual cycles were thrown off. They were having ultra heavy bleeding, clotting, cramping, all kinds of stuff. And there's 30,000 reports. And so what I noted was I went back to the Pfizer safety data which they had put out as part of their application. And I said, of all the side effects they possibly list, which is part of informed consent, they didn't even mention something that was striking so many women you couldn't have missed it. So I pointed that out and then I got a strike for that because I was medical misinformation. Now it's getting more widely known and women are writing about it. There was a big reason article that I think broke that open a little bit. But now it's whenever I post that and I say, hey, look, here's this thing. Women's reproductive cycles are messed up. By definition, that's a fertility issue. When you put that up, women just start pouring in with their personal anecdotes around this. And it's just it's a thing, right? It's huge. One of the I was listening to a talk by an expert in obstetrics and gynecology and when one of her statements always kind of stuck with me, she said that, you know, a normal menstrual cycle is literally one of the signals of health of a woman. And so when you have abnormal abnormalities in the menstrual cycles, I mean, it's indicative of a real disturbance to their health. And so I find that data alarming, the miscarriage data that's actually in one of the original trials was alarming.

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"a. broken" Discussed on Biters: The Walking Dead Podcast with Dianne

Biters: The Walking Dead Podcast with Dianne

03:59 min | 3 months ago

"a. broken" Discussed on Biters: The Walking Dead Podcast with Dianne

"So with mask with being built had asked Yeah and i think it was. Yeah i think it was a nicotera anyway. Sorry to derail you so you like you loved the the interaction. I loved and That are were you know. He's like a you. Good maggie like he nominees her first name but when they sat down and talked he called her array. Maggie ray Rain reread maggie. Don't like right after. And like i i agree but the option to we Like to invoke glenn's name when talking to her. That was obviously very deliberate and just like a coaching. the whole. If i can do you can do ed's and the the whole saturated and how you know if you had all over again which he said absolutely i would have every single one of you. That was pretty awful so it is awful but one he is being minus and to ask gang when we talk about it when they were waiting to the way. They maggie any in our so more than anything that they are. And you know maggie up to walk into The displays and kill every single. One of these guys her enemies and also needed to saying is your ran. Me you guys i use. You're that guys. I feel every single one of you now. We're going to this place and lake you. You live long enough to see yourself bagging like you hero or we live long enough to see off the day. So it's just that's that's what he's eleven is. We are floating morality on its head. You know last season. The wizards were the most awful bagai. And now all right. I'm gonna tell you that. I did not like it and i have reasons for not liking it all right well. We are certainly wearing breeze. So so i didn't like it first of all because this is probably the biggest reason so i remember them making it a making a big deal out of you know we have to to cure these. Scans and create these masks and so much time and blah blah blah and like overnight. Everybody has a mask. It's not even over. It's the same day..

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"a. broken" Discussed on Biters: The Walking Dead Podcast with Dianne

Biters: The Walking Dead Podcast with Dianne

03:38 min | 3 months ago

"a. broken" Discussed on Biters: The Walking Dead Podcast with Dianne

"So yeah well. We'll talk a little later. Well why don't we go ahead and go into your good so good in the entire reason. Why this is probably. My favorite of the season is. Because i love a good character development and i have ragged on eugene for a cobbler seasons. Now i have not really lights eugene. Eugene not the actor. Josh interaction and having some things that have really really relevant to me the wrong way mainly his relationship or lack of winners and the whole thing. You episode dhaka. And she's needs to get over it. Women are not sex machines. Lee then and without like so. Yeah iran eugene forever and this episode has him in a completely new like the guy is not the guy he was. I mean even just a few episodes ago You know where he was down and everything. I mean there was one little scene when he ragged before he and seventy took out the walkers that were Disrupting make out session. Where he like swearing up against the law. And khan and you know this is not the coward that we saw that lied abraham to you know for protection you know this. This guy probably generally making his own chefs spying in now. He has shown before. Chris hardwick said it or somebody said it on the walking. Dead abraham forward And i when he would he punched. What's his name. He wanted to see censor sebastian heat. Bastion fashioned a. When he finds ashton. I was just like i like okay. I'm gene now like as long as you doesn't give up the location alexandria team eugene. He might have you know i hope. Even if he does he's been working in his act right. I love episode. And i i fear for his mental health when yvonne now i think he's gonna find out So yeah i eugene team eugene. Yeah you know. He didn't make by good better ugly. But i would have to agree. I thought eugene was pretty great this episode make. He's bad ask.

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"a. broken" Discussed on Biters: The Walking Dead Podcast with Dianne

Biters: The Walking Dead Podcast with Dianne

03:36 min | 3 months ago

"a. broken" Discussed on Biters: The Walking Dead Podcast with Dianne

"No eight different show than i was thinking of on That's it is kinda fantasy where nothing common name. Yeah and this is better was on stars and kind of looks like i. I of nurse practitioner wrong about the average age of the measles. Are i mean the chicken pockets so we are shooting. Yes yes. And i. I was colin. Already you ask sir Totally digital did you dearly. She did so. Yeah Josh sabotage hornsby kirk journey. Not to be confused. The real hands. Josh hamilton Really mytalk her because presence. I can't follow him anywhere on twitter or instead of as look so and i think if you don't have Social media like an outward facing. I think that you probably have as Out that well. I simply do not want the extra. You don't wanna give up the head space ways to connect with family and friends. If i had heard time thinking that you know people actually like call other people on the phone and it still happens man. Josh jackson josh hamilton. If you were to look at them up any other places you are willing to find any other reasons. I have very little in whisperers corner. You told me there was paul. Tassie article I did not find in my search of the news. And i did not specifically look for paul tassie which has widened find it. I just looked like for news. Title of his article is walking. Dead finally addresses rick grimes original sin and he talks about how he for. The longest time has wanted the walking dead to address. That fact did our rupe. Rick and everybody attacked the Saviors i and he stole razi So interesting okay. Yeah he your happy. That was finally called out okay. I don't have anything else to say. Except yeah he's right and.

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"a. broken" Discussed on Biters: The Walking Dead Podcast with Dianne

Biters: The Walking Dead Podcast with Dianne

05:38 min | 3 months ago

"a. broken" Discussed on Biters: The Walking Dead Podcast with Dianne

"Hey everybody diane with biters and this isn't very fun well now with you l. e. r. has a cd's lead episode is set in. Thanks seven seven seven seven because we have one more. While i mean tomorrow will be the the day that it drops for people who don't have whatever early service they can get. We have one more episode in this first third of season. Eleven that's right. I'm looking at the imdb. And i and. I'm like i keep thinking that title but it's actually next episode episode eight. I believe the meaning of this title. Lean it sounds to me too funny. I think you went. I last time. Ono's so i am giving it three point. Eight two spoiled airs out of five backer.

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"a. broken" Discussed on Heart to Heart with Anna

Heart to Heart with Anna

02:05 min | 4 months ago

"a. broken" Discussed on Heart to Heart with Anna

"Be so much easier for you but the broken miracle dot com. That's super easy to remember. Since that's the title of this episode the book and the album. Where can people find your album. Ask alexa or siri. They've been working for me for about five hundred. Likes to play paul card. All the broken miracle. It's on itunes amazon. Wherever you like to get your music and pandora. That's where i listen to you. A lot is pierre door. 'cause i love pandora wonderful. They've been so good to me. Well this has been fascinating paul. I feel like there's so much more that i want to ask you but our time is almost up. I do what i mentioned. Also that you have a podcast. Can you tell us a little. Bit about your podcast. For years. i wanted to interview people to get to the bottom of what they are doing with the gift they've been given do. They know they have a gift. And so it's called all heart with paul cardinal and we've interviewed all kinds of celebrities and influencers we try to get to the emotional side of their life rather than focus on their glory and really just the heart of who they are and what they hope to leave in this world and so you can listen to that where you get your guests so all heart with paul cargo. I love it. Thank you so much for coming on the show today paul. It's been delightful getting to know you. It's an honor to be on your thank you so much. Thank you to everybody listening. I appreciate you. it's been so much fun. But that does conclude this episode of heart to heart with enough.

"a. broken" Discussed on Heart to Heart with Anna

Heart to Heart with Anna

05:29 min | 4 months ago

"a. broken" Discussed on Heart to Heart with Anna

"Now back to heart-to-heart with them before the break hall. We were learning about your kajuahar vet. And i've actually done some research on you and was doing some reading about you online but i never knew what your heart defect was so to learn that it was double inlet french or call and that you had. Tgi an ast. Your heart defect was actually a very similar to my sons. And i understand the concern with the fonteyn. So you kind of left us hanging right before the break. And i know that you had a revised shunt put in and you're saying that it was probably like a norwood after the pots takedown. Did you end up with a fontane heart. I did but it was complicated. Because the surgeon performed the fontane and then there were complications. May need to go back in and they ended up putting in a pacemaker. Which i was not happy about shirley. My friends were like it's okay. My grandparents have those. But that's not what you wanna hear as a teenager. No but the pacemaker failed and they had to take me back in again. So that would have been the fourth time i medal action my sternum would be cut open and those staples or fresh no going down the hall. I told my father. I'm tired of this. I don't wanna do this anymore. It's not worth it and he kind of scalded me you go in there. You do the surgery and you come out live. Wow looking back. I'm very grateful because he had tremendous strength To tell me what i needed to do. And i did it and the procedure was beautiful. I ended up with a very healthy pacemaker. And i collected those over the years. Because you have to replace those. I thought you know. Maybe by the time i'm six yanking decorated a christmas tree with pace something to look forward. My goodness you're the first person who has told me that. You collect your pacemakers. While paul nears of life well lived..

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"a. broken" Discussed on Post Reports

Post Reports

05:45 min | 8 months ago

"a. broken" Discussed on Post Reports

"Some trends that we've seen over the last decade or so have continued and that has resulted in. What a lotta people call. Kind of an egregious imbalance between the level at which pitchers are planning and the level at which hitters are competing right now and what that has resulted in a lot of strikeout. Heavy games fewer runs being scored generally Fewer hits fewer balls. Put in play and i think a lot of people are worried about that because they come to see action they come to see defense and and balls fly out of the park and hit the wall and Right now there's less of that than there has been you know in recent memory and another part of the equation is that with the ability to collect analyze data at higher levels in baseball. You're finding teams. Move their fielders around with great specificity to be in the place where each individual hitter tends to hit the ball and so what that does is it takes away balls that might have been hits back in the day when everyone just stood where they normally stand you know now these hitters are making great contact and it's going right at someone so you know it's really been a sport that as optimized what it's doing defensively and in terms of pitching and the hitting has not been able to catch up so i think that's part of why we're seeing so many no hitters and i'll be interested to see if it continues because it seems like we're on track to really blow away the single season record but is that a good thing because it seems like so many no hitters in a row might mean they sort of lose their luster. I think that's right. I think it's exciting for the fans of the team who want to see history mink. But it's definitely boring for the fans of the other team at. There's not necessarily a lot of action and what's interesting is so far we've seen six no hitters but three teams be no hit which means that three different teams have been bad enough twice that they didn't get hit an entire game which is also rare. So you know those teams in particular. I think their fans are probably pretty sick of it. But it's It's interesting and chelsea are some of the solutions that are being discussed to kind of fix the fact that there are so many no hitter games right now. When we spoke with dave a couple of years ago he had said that the minor leagues were considering even like moving. the mound. Back that ever happen that is going to happen on. An experimental basis this year in a league called the atlantic league Which is a minor league. They're gonna move the mound back a foot and that is a big deal because in baseball the mount has been sixty feet six inches from home plate since i believe the eighteen hundreds And it has never changed. Its sort of part of the beloved geometry of the baseball field And they're mixed opinions on whether that's really gonna change the game dramatically But they're gonna try in that league and just see what happens. There are concerns that you move the mouse back foot from where everyone's always had it. You're going to get more injuries. Their concerns that There will be more walks because pitchers aren't going to be able to have the same kind of control over that distance. There are people who think it won't matter at all. So i think it'll be interesting to see but there are other things in the works to there are going to be experiments in the minor leagues. That limit. that shifting of infielders so you would have to keep your infielder sort of in their intended positions as opposed to moving them to wear you think the hitter will hit that ball based on data. They're going to be bigger bases in one minor league level to see if even just making the base a little wider making that distance a little shorter allows people to steal more basis and create more action that way so there are a little tweaks that are happening. But i think the one. Everyone's going to have their eye on is moving the mound back in that one league because it's drastic but it may create the extra reaction time that hitters need to sort of close the gap with pitchers in chelsea. What are you going to be looking forward to this season. Coming back from cove there is as corny as it sounds sort of a slightly different appreciation for all that is going on. There are players who are just really happy that their families can sit in the stands that they can be out there at all. You know that. They don't have to wear their masks anymore with their teammates. And things like that. So i think you know at least until the season starts to kind of drag on in august and things like that. You're gonna see a lot of people just really happy to be there Which is not always the case in baseball. it's a it's a grind of a sport and you know. There's a lot of cynics lot of complaining. But i think that's been different so far and clair's they're gonna start to be able to talk to fans and wants some of these restrictions left.

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"a. broken" Discussed on Post Reports

Post Reports

07:54 min | 8 months ago

"a. broken" Discussed on Post Reports

"Well we're watching a really really good baseball team against a really really bad baseball team. I met camden yards with sports reporter. Dave shannon where the yankees are playing the baltimore orioles. The bases are loaded but the seeds. Not so much like i said so. It's already three nothing. The orioles haven't even gotten a single out yet. It's a home run. Something that's happening at record rates twenty nineteen and according to dave that can be traced in part to something that's called pitch velocity. I think it's safe to say that. Even babe ruth would be helpless at the plate. Against what the average majorly hitter. Today is facing davison that pitch velocity is the root of all kinds of problems. That baseball is facing boring games longer. Innings poor ticket sales. That's all because baseball's or being thrown faster than ever before so when you talk about velocity of pitches like what are we actually talking about. What we're talking about the fastball. Which is the basic fundamental unit of pitching before there was ever a curve ball or a slider or a change up or a knuckleball or a spitball or whatever. There was a fastball. Fast hard-throwing pitchers have always been sought after it's always been a fascination for fans who could throw the hardest a hundred years ago. Walter johnson was maybe the most famous pitcher in baseball in the nineteen twenties in the teens and it was because he could throw harder than anybody else now. We couldn't measure it back then but there was a fascination with him. He was called the big train. He was one of the most famous most legendary pitchers in history and is because he threw harder than anybody else. But now we're seeing a lot more people a lot more pitchers being able to throw really fast and really hard right so it's become sophisticated to the point. Where pitchers can train specifically for velocity. They can go to an season training facility. That essentially their mission is to gain you. Two three four miles per hour on your fastball. In one off season it's also become sophisticated to the point where front offices and gives and talent evaluators now. Select prospects for velocity number one. That's the number one criterion. So between those two forces you're now seeing the average velocity and the game ticking up and up and up and up and up to the point where you wonder. How high can it go a young age. that was. That was the thing that i always looked at how hard i throw and You know you always wanna be that guy that kind of through the hardest and dell in baton says of the new york yankees is a great example of the new trend in baseball. He's six foot eight. He throws generally in the upper nineties but he has been clocked as high as one hundred and two miles an hour. If you see over one hundred you kind of got like a little extra journal booze and you try to throw a little harder. You hear it from the crowd. You especially in yankee stadium. Definitely latino yankee stadium plus eighteen for telling potatoes he gets davis kizlar extracts out miguel cabrera. What has happened over. The years is that there's many more pitchers who throw as hard as him now whereas when he first broken there was almost nobody throwing his heart as him. You know. it's definitely a lot different You know before the view through ninety five. That was amazing. Now feel like you know. Ninety five is still hard. But it's like it's normal. Do you think that's a good thing though. Because some people are saying that like because the pictures are so fast that it means that there are more strikeouts or more home runs but not much of the inbetween and that at least for people watching that it makes the game less interesting. Do you think that's I don't know for me. i feel like this. It's fun you know i. I enjoy striking guys out. I mean so for me. That's what i try to. You know for me cat and mouse game. You know you. Try to make pitches. I'm gonna try to strike you out. And you're going to try to get ahead. Homerun or whatever obviously homerun is better for those gospel dot charter. Strike you up. this idea. That the speed of the pitches is changing all these other ways that baseball functions. That's not just a theory that you have. I mean you've done the math to show all the ways. This has repercussions on the other things that happened during a game right. I mean there's been so much data in baseball. And this is the era of data the era of analysis. And they're smart. People who have figured out that velocity rules. There was one study that showed that the longer a pitcher held a ball held the ball. For every second he held the ball between pitches his velocity increased by point to of of a mile per hour and so it's an incentive for people to be taking a long time between their pitch and there's a cause and effect their thing. Because by doing that. You can gear your body up to throw even harder and it manifests itself in added miles per hour. But that's a problem for baseball. That's more dead time. That's adding seconds and minutes to a game and it also affects the way that people are able to hit so one effective velocity has been to create what we call and baseball. The three true outcomes because they don't require any defense at all home runs walks and strikeouts. Those three things are climbing and climbing and climbing at the expense of everything else. The homerun strikeouts and walks are now thirty. Five point four percent of all plate appearances in baseball in two thousand nineteen. That means there's fewer balls in play than ever before less action than ever before less involvement of the defense than ever before and people notice that right. I certainly hear from readers and fans and they're becoming turned off by the way the game is played. I would think i liked it years ago. Much much better than i enjoy it today when you have to go to a ball game or sit and watch a ball game on tv it's like never ending. It's changed a lot. But i love baseball. I've lived in baltimore all my life. So i've been coming to watch the orioles play since the sixties there are times when the games can you can almost not off coming from a die. Hard fan diehard fan. And i have to say that's a sentiment. That's shared by a lot of people within the game as well people scouts and executives whose job it is to watch the game intently are telling me that it's you know it's unwatchable. I personally feel that. There's something lost because we used to bunt hit and run. Steel was a lot of exciting parts of the game. Rick dempsey was a catcher for twenty four years in the big leagues. He was the one thousand nine hundred eighty three world series. Mvp for the baltimore orioles. Everybody's gotten away from the razzle dazzle bunt and run the fake. But that sort of thing getting those infielders to move around a little bit i mean. He's he's among those who have said you know plenty of times that the way the game is played today is just not as exciting or enticing as.

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"a. broken" Discussed on The Broken Comic Podcast

The Broken Comic Podcast

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"a. broken" Discussed on The Broken Comic Podcast

"That's that could mean. Figuratively and literally you know Foof Pan Am and this is the this is awesome. I really enjoyed the temperature wherever they hope that once things I can I can get with Michelle. Again, we can do some shows together. I'm trying to think about myself that like what other? Stories new stories I can tell 'cause I'm almost tired of telling the story that everyone has told him before some thinking of thinking of new things do and talk about. But but yeah, I hope he is enjoyed the episode If you did you know you can you can follow Michelle at Michelle shall. On all the social you can get her book a fish out of Agua on a Michelle Carlo Dot Com, and just follow her as she's. She's a pretty fucking amazing person and Rate A. podcast tell your friends about it. I would love to You know I wouldn't get more or listen I. I want to get up there. You know I think this podcast is really something amazing to offer to people and Yeah and you can you can catch me social media all sorts media's as cool underscore ass vern, and yeah, you can follow me time we have. We do like to tell me something or Whatever. The fuck man just just joy the podcast and I'll see you guys on the flipside piece..

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"a. broken" Discussed on The Broken Comic Podcast

The Broken Comic Podcast

02:33 min | 1 year ago

"a. broken" Discussed on The Broken Comic Podcast

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"a. broken" Discussed on The Broken Comic Podcast

The Broken Comic Podcast

03:10 min | 1 year ago

"a. broken" Discussed on The Broken Comic Podcast

"Hey, AL is vernon pain from the broken comic podcast I hope you guys enjoy the last episode because I know I surely did with my homeboy. Dave. But what I wanted to do now that off is I wanted to let you guys know are just rather show you guys that you know listen I am comedian I've been doing this for for ten plus years so but no further ado here are some jokes. For the very Mr Vernon pain. Let them here. He'd be gone through Creighton. Office great. Go. Before. Anyone else. Say. Hello. Thanks. For being here. Bowling is. This. Here. This Place. When I walked in I realize how? Does. What Service? Anyone trying to grow. They're really really really being. Higher Mexican. So listen to my own when she talks. Mom Day. Thought. Is. Frame something about. Chopping assholes. And he said. Anyone ever heard about these things and this right here just put his hands on. Yes, I am bread. Every. month. This this is cool. On Beer. Joy and. You..

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"a. broken" Discussed on The Human Equation

The Human Equation

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"a. broken" Discussed on The Human Equation

"They want to know that you're there and really showing them. That is the most helpful thing. I think in situations like this and just all the time because that knowledge that understanding that there's other people who care about us and who will be there for us if we need support and who are just people we can go to and talk to. I think that's really helpful. That really eases a lot of the day to day stress. We all feel and that's something that just makes us feel good about ourselves about the people around us. Remember to do nice things for yourself. Surround yourself with positive people learn about how mind works without being overwhelmed by and i think most importantly no. You can't pour from an empty cup. You have to be able to take care of yourself. In order to take care of other people and it doesn't have to be rainbows and unicorns all the time. We're all allowed to have bad days where all expected to have that as from time to time but when that becomes the norm. That's when there's a problem and that's when you need to reach out your support for this episode before we go. We wanted to remind you to send us your stories about teenage life can be related to mental health. But they don't have to be. We're particularly interested in technology and social media but you can share anything. We also need your feedback so that we can keep improving the show reach out using the contact.

"a. broken" Discussed on The Human Equation

The Human Equation

07:56 min | 1 year ago

"a. broken" Discussed on The Human Equation

"Brain tries to help us make those connections so that we can avoid making the same mistakes in the future and so that we can avoid getting into similar situations in the future when it comes to something traumatic. The problem is oftentimes. The person's actions had no impact on the fact that they ended up in that situation so the brains attempts help them avoid. That situation in the future are futile. Because first of all they're not endanger of experiencing that again in most cases and also even if they were it's often not something they can control most survivors of. Ptsd were not directly in control of the fact that they ended up in that situation just to come back to something that pretty much everyone experiences at some point in their life that something being stress then and i wanted to talk a little bit about ways that you can deal with that. I think we can put our stress into a couple of different categories. There's stress that comes from the different responsibilities that we have and the expectations that other people have put on us the stress that comes from the different roles that we play and the stress that comes from things that we just can't control and i'd like to address the one about things that we can't control just because it's the easiest one to talk about and that is if it's something that is in your hands then just don't worry about it because i mean there isn't much you can do if it's something that you can't control but what you can control is how much you worry about it and how much you let it affect all of the things that you want to get done or how you want to move on with your life. I actually kind of disagree with the whole idea that you can always control. How much do you feel about something. Because i personally struggle a lot with loud noises thunderstorms fire drills stuff like that and even though i know i do anything about it. That doesn't always help me. Relax about the situation and that type of thing is a situation where you'd want to reach out and get professional support because there are strategies to deal with those uncontrollable feelings and there are methods. That can be put in place by you to help you deal with the situations but you're not always able to develop those on your own so sometimes we do need professional support when it comes to something like that and then there's the other part distress the amount of different clashing responsibilities and roles that we have sometimes my role as a student and my need to get my homework. Done study for exams. Means that i can't properly fulfil my role as an older sister. Sometimes i just don't have as much time as i would like to sit down with my brother and help him with his math homework or play a game with him and that can be a reason for stress sometimes too and i think it's nice for me personally to be able to just write down what it is. I need to do or write down what it is that i'm worried about because sometimes it helps to be able to take something that's in your mind and put it out as something that you can actually see right. It's not within you anymore and just being able to separate yourself like that your internal and external problems. It's nice and you're always going to be faced with decisions about what to focus on what to prioritize and you're gonna have to make those decisions and they're never going to be easy but taking the time to think about what you're doing and know that you're making that decision does take away some of the stress because you're making a logical choice. You're doing it for a reason that you understand and even though you still have to make that choice defect that you can explain to yourself why you made that choice does help and it gives you something to turn to when you feel like. Maybe you did the wrong thing. I think it's important to reaffirm with yourself that you don't need to conduct a productivity contest with yourself if you need a break then take a break. 'cause nobody knows you better than you your teachers who are assigning you. Something don't know what's going on in your life right now and sometimes your parents don't know what's going on with you at school right. Only you know yourself best and it kind of goes again to the whole idea of getting help. Sometimes you need to take control of your health and if it means ignoring some other things sometimes that's completely okay. Somebody i know we both wanted to cover was what to do when a friend comes to about something they're experiencing 'cause that's a situation where there's not much information out there about how you should react what you should do what you should say. And i think the main reason for that is because our brains can figure out how to respond to that much better than anything online ten because we literally have thousands of years of built in experience about how to deal with all kinds of situations and we are the experts when it comes to humans because we know what that feels like. So make sure whoever. You're talking to knows that you care. Make sure they know that you're there for them and then say what you're feeling. Ask them questions. Because you're not gonna say the wrong thing and make things infinitely worse. We have a built in system that helps and also if someone's coming to you. They're not expecting to have all the answers but they really want. Is they want your support and they want someone to talk to them about. What's going on so don't you worry that you're going to do something wrong. Just do what you know. They need for you to do and be there for them. We've seen so many videos in school about what to do if a friend or family member is hinting at suicide or seems to be having irrational thoughts or is falling into depression. But once that video tells you go. Tell someone. I feel like. We don't have a whole lot of information about what to do afterwards. You know it's not like oh you've gone and told someone now your friend is gonna be instantly cured and everything is going to be great again. It's not like that. Your friend is going through a long journey and it's important that you're there for them to but sometimes you're just not sure how to be there for them. I've definitely felt that you know. Sometimes i feel guilty for not reaching out as often as i should be and then another part of me thinks will. Why are you feeling guilty. If you've just forgotten. And then i feel bad. It's just a whole mess and obviously for whoever's going through it it's really bad but at the same time when you get that kind of information at least for me when it came to a family member minds when it came to a friend everything just shifted for me somehow and i feel. We don't about that shift enough for the person who's going through and for everyone else who's close to them too. I really think the one of the hopes we have for this. Podcast is that in understanding what people have gone through and understanding the experiences of others. We can hope perron friends and we can hope ourselves when we go through something similar because we have that story to turn to. We can get at least a glimpse of what that feels like a glimpse of what that might entail and that will give us a little bit more information so that we're not completely in the dark when it comes to dealing with something like this. I think sometimes at the end of the day you just kind of have to go with your gut. And i think it's just nice to have a common rule of just be nice. You know whether you know what's going on in someone else's life are not to speak nice because it couldn't hurt you know and people when they come to you about something like this and even in day to day life. They just want your support..

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"a. broken" Discussed on The Human Equation

The Human Equation

08:23 min | 1 year ago

"a. broken" Discussed on The Human Equation

"Hi guys it's though chechini before the general discussion segment. I wanted to take a moment to thank you for taking the time to listen if you like the show. We'd appreciate it if you shared it with some friends and maybe even on social media additionally you can follow us on instagram for the latest updates and more there's more information in the show notes and now back to the show. It is so important to get help if you feel that you need it. It's a long process. You have good days and bad days and that's okay. Because at the end of the day it really helped her avoiding. The situation doesn't really make it. Go away no one goes through life and finds it easy all the time. We all have things that we struggle with. We all have difficult times and the fact that you're going through something doesn't make you less human in the eyes of other people making more human because other people experience hardship other people have difficult situations that they find themselves in. And the fact that you're going through something just like that is something that first of all. They can't hope he will must they know what's going on but it's not something that's going to cause them to have a lesser opinion at you. It's something that they'll respect and it's something to understand and that doesn't mean that you have to tell everyone about everything all the time. It's when you want to tell someone about something and you feel like you can't. That's when there's a problem because there's always someone that you can go to with anything you're experiencing and there's someone who will support you and you just need to find those people and know that they're not everyone needs to tell everyone about what's going on in order to deal with their own problems but everyone has some experience at some point that they can't get through on their own and that's when it's important to go to the people who you know care about you will be there for you no matter what i want to talk a little bit about something that he kind of touches on in the beginning of her poem and that's body image where at an age where we kind of really care about what other people think and are trying to find our place in the world and sometimes that means trying to figure out what is popular and kind of conform to those standards and especially now. I think it's harder for us because of social media you know. I don't think it's something that we necessarily think about. But it still happens. Unconsciously like we're exposed to this all the time like we see people who are skinny or people with clear skin you know whatever kind of comparisons that you can make between yourself and other people. I think we do that more. And more often unconsciously by looking at social media in scrolling through instagram. And all of that. And i'd like to make it clear that people put out the best of themselves on social media like it goes everywhere so people are really conscious about what they put out there. You know it probably takes a long time for people to put like one good picture out there you know like you don't know the story behind that picture or that moment so everything that's on. Social media is a single story and single stories are really. It means that you don't get perspective. You don't get closure on the subject and that's all you get from social media so you are someone who has so many stories. There's a lot to you with one picture. You can't compare that amount of experience and stories that you have to that one picture and like oh. I should aim to be like that one picture. you know. you're not aiming to be that one person you're aiming to be like that picture and that is not a healthy goal. The reason why. I talk so strongly about that is because i can't say that i've struggled a whole lot with it but i felt compelled to feel bad about myself at times and for me in particular so i don't have great skin. I have a whole lot of agni. Thanks to my mom and hormones and everything you know. It's been a whole ride these couple of years. Because i've had it since i was in fourth grade and so that means it's been a whole lot of years of me looking at pictures of people with clear skin and being around my friends who are all the same age and noticing. They have really nice clear skin. And i don't and in the beginning of this year. I started to wear the makeup and it wasn't just like basic eyeliner lip gloss and stuff like i tried out foundation and everything and i'm a dancer so the only kind of makeup i really know how to do stage makeup so you can imagine how that turned out when i tried wearing stage makeup out in public and i did that for a while and after some time i kind of realized it wasn't me like i was spending so much time in trying to cover something up and it just didn't feel right. You know like i feel like i couldn't talk about loving yourself and accepting yourself if i was trying to mask something. That isn't my fault though then. I stopped doing that. And i'm pretty proud of myself for doing it and the feeling that you somehow aren't up to the standards that the world has set is actually extremely common and there's a reason for that. There have been studies that show that each person judges themselves more harshly than the judge other people so the standards that we all set for other people are much more lenient than the standards we set for ourselves and that's why people often you themselves as less pretty less attractive than the people around them. Not because they don't meet those standards but because they're aiming for higher standards than they judge everyone else and so it's important to remember that those feelings are the result of a psychological phenomenon not of physical difference so each also kind of talks about. Ptsd in her poem. And for those of you who might not know. Ptsd stands for post traumatic stress disorder. And i'm sure most of you have actually heard of it. It's commonly discussed when it comes to people who go and fight in the military or have experienced some other noticeable obvious traumatic experiences but there are other things that happen in some people's lives that are also traumatic and a couple of symptoms of ptsd. Just so we can understand it. The main one being flashbacks of whatever traumatic experience occurred and these kind of come randomly which is also why people who had ptsd might avoid certain situations or certain things connecting different things together is how our brain understands our world. I mean teachers talk about making connections between the different things that you learn all the time. And you do that. Naturally but ptsd is an example of how that built in system can backfire. So there's something in your brain called the hippocampus and it regulates your memory and your ability to distinguish the past from the present and it's also why you're able to relive certain memories upon maybe seeing an old costume from performance or opening up a journal and rereading it and studies have been shown that the hippocampus of ptsd survivors is actually smaller. So it's less able to separate the past. And the present or read cues from someone surroundings saying that. This isn't a dangerous situation but by reliving those memories at by being reminded of something that you see in a completely different situation it might take that person back to that time and the mingle they've also found which is something that regulates fear is also a bit smaller meaning. They can't regulate your fighter flight. Hormones as well and to be clear. None of this is meant to scare anyone. And i'm not a neuroscientist. It's just something. I'm interested in. But i do want to mention it. So that people who are experiencing mental illness or people who like me are just someone who wants to understand it and see it as less of an abstract concept and more of a tangible one again. Something that's rooted in science something we can measure and study the point of being able to relive memories and to re experience. Things is so that we can learn from them and the.

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"a. broken" Discussed on The Human Equation

The Human Equation

03:36 min | 1 year ago

"a. broken" Discussed on The Human Equation

"Welcome to the human equation. Podcast a show about what it means to be a teenager in the twenty first century. I'm benjamin today we have a story. That's a little different than what you used to. A friend of mine is going to talk about a dramatic experience. She had to therapy that followed and what she learned from it. Sure take it away I was six years old. I had i heard the words fat and freak out so sheltered child confused to why these cool words being thrown at me. This treatment continued throughout elementary school. The time period. Where mind is most impressionable. I still hear echoes of those voices. Sometimes i was nine years old. When had i cut myself deliberately. It wasn't for the usual reasons of transfer emotional pain into a tolerable fiscal pain or even to punish myself. I did it to prove to myself that i was human. That red blood flow through me. That i wasn't a monster. I hadn't known until years later that my method of reminding myself was an unhealthy concept that other people have succumbed to faint. Scars still trace my wrists only my eyes and fingers and times of misery able to pick them out. I was twelve years old. When i was physically abused by classmate for nearly a semester and a half i had allowed myself to be pushed around and stock coming home with handshake bruises and is that solely shuttered clothes every day could i have freed myself from the situation. Absolutely they chose not to. Because a few days. I hadn't come to school. It approached my friends at hurt them. Instead i still flinch it touch sometimes. And i can never allow a hand to touch my neck again. No matter how hard i try i was fourteen years old. When my whole world shifted. My parents sat me down at a restaurant. My favorite food fuss steaming in front of me and told me the counselor cold them. They found out that i was broken. Mess sharp jagged pieces. That didn't align. I have never eaten since i was fifteen years old when i was put into therapy and may to see my demons. It was a difficult journey. My parents struggled with all the things at hidden from them will. I was forced to fight the memories and experiences. I had boxed away into the dark recesses of my mind was stamped with seven mental health problems and disorders. it was a long and artist process. There are good days when my small could rival the sun. They're also bad days. Where i would free fall into a black hole. With no way out. I struggled i relapsed. I wondered if i was worth it. But i made it. I am eighteen years old. An ice stand here with my diploma. My black graduation cape draped around me with tassels on my cape swinging around my head. I walk with shir steps. I back straight in my head held high as i had toward the future i have developed the ability to endure. I thought my mind and my past achieve my dreams and nothing will stop me human equation. We'll be right back. Hi everyone we wanted to take a moment to let you know about another podcast that you might enjoy. We're always on the lookout for interesting podcast. And when we found this teenage life we knew it was perfect. It's created by a group of teenagers. Who share their own experiences on a variety of topics including relationships kindness and the fears associated with growing up. We believe the content we put in our show reflects on us. So we've taken the time to listen to this teenage life and believed that taking a few minutes to check it out for yourself. It'd be a valuable use of your time. You can find this teenage life wherever you're listening to human equation right now.

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"a. broken" Discussed on The Human Equation

The Human Equation

02:19 min | 1 year ago

"a. broken" Discussed on The Human Equation

"Darcheville begin reviewing for the exam the day after the exam jess before we start the show. We want to let you know that. This episode contains discussion of mental health..

"a. broken" Discussed on Bear and a Banjo

Bear and a Banjo

03:01 min | 2 years ago

"a. broken" Discussed on Bear and a Banjo

"Interesting. How how the stakes changed the whole process. Yeah yes but but I think now it's been long enough so we probably go in and play you. That'd be great. You have ideas of songs. I hadn't thought about it that much. I mean there I've I've just they're just been rumblings about about it so we'll see we'll see where it goes. Have you done any other collaborations like that where it's been to artists? Who Don't normally work together. I don't think I have have you done that when I see it. Remember I've done. I've done quite a few. You know the rolling thunder revue. Which was yes. This studio was part of that whole time. Yes that was a beautiful experiment and it was a master class in art and show business. I mean there was every Allen Ginsberg Waldman were they Sam Sheppard was there. There are incredible musicians. Joni Mitchell's their job by us. And how he wioth and David Mansfield one great musician after the Mick Ronson from NPR for Mick Ronson was part of it. Yeah people from all different parts of the world in different disciplines different places but everybody came together and collaborated and it was. It was a tremendous learning experience. I've replicated or tried to replicate several times with like the Roy orbison black and white night show incredible two that was a beautiful evening rentable and I saw at the other day. I was watching it. Leonard Cohen was in the audience. I'd forgotten that I think that idea of like aerosmith and run DMC. Did you have anything to do with that? I suppose yeah I forgot it's hard. It's hard to think you know what I mean. It's hard to think about projects. Yeah I know exactly. I'll just sort of. It's hard to even look back at all for sure and I I rarely do me too but But that was certainly one of those that changed everything. Yeah and Beastie boys change them doing. I'm down he had. Did you ever hear that? Oh Yeah I never name out. It never came out and never did no. We couldn't get permission. It was supposed to be on that first album. Licensed to ill might have been the last thing we recorded for it. We couldn't get permission of it. Never came out but I think it's on like Youtube or somewhere. I I heard it Steve. Rabovsky played game when just when yes in our guy. Yeah I'm really D- in fully fully fully fund. So funny man they were cutting up. Yeah I did that I did the Guitar Solo in the Organ Solo neither instruments that I really play and it's really shows season. Three of broken record is out. Now find broken record on Apple podcasts. Spotify or wherever you like to listen..

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