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AP Sports SummaryBrief at 3:42 a.m. EDT

AP News Radio

01:59 min | 2 weeks ago

AP Sports SummaryBrief at 3:42 a.m. EDT

"AP sports I'm Bruce Morton Major League Baseball will look different next season This after changes announced Friday aimed at speeding up the game they include a pitch clock and limits on defensive shifts In action on the field the braves are now in first place in the national league yeast by a half game over the mets Atlanta did its leapfrogging by winning at Seattle 6 four while New York fell to Miami 6 three one of the NL wild card contenders the Phillies helped themselves by defeating Washington 5 to three Starter and winter Noah syndergaard Really had a lot of time to evaluate my start I was just focused on going out there and collecting out and trying to do my best at executing all my pitches In the American League the tightest races in the central division Cleveland expanded its lead over the third place twins to two and a half games by winning at Minnesota 7 6 The White Sox find themselves in second one and a half games back after doing all their scoring in the 9th to beat Oakland 5 three Meanwhile Tampa Bay pulled it within three and a half games of the Yankees in the east by defeating The Bronx bombers four to two rays starter and winner drew Rasmussen And there's no point in looking at the standings you know is just one of those things where we're showing up we're playing confidently and whatever happens at the end of the day happens Tennis are high drama night at the U.S. open Gray magar's reports Spain's Carlos alcaraz has ended the amazing run of Francis tiafoe to move into his first U.S. open final the Spanish teenager battle for fight sets subduing a late match to alpha resurgence before finally closing out the roller coaster four hour and 19 minute battle 6 three in the last The American side of the match point in the fourth and two more in the 5th before finally conceding Alcaraz faces Norway's Casper Ruud in the final Pro football Baltimore GM Eric Acosta says the ravens and Lamar Jackson still haven't reached agreement on a contract extension and will resume talks after the season Bruce Morton AP sports

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Amber Athey: People Like Liz Cheney Are Disposable

The Dan Bongino Show

01:55 min | Last month

Amber Athey: People Like Liz Cheney Are Disposable

"Is there really a lane I mean amber this has been tried right The John Kasich model and others think that nobody cares that you're done with your usefulness for Democrats right You were only useful because you won on the January 6th committee in prime time and yelled and screamed at Donald Trump That's over now You're going to be out of Congress sir So the Democrats don't like you and Republicans outside unlike the Lenin project the fake Republicans over there with The Lincoln Project the pitot protectors over there They're nobody likes you on the Republican side either So seriously is there a lane for her and what could she possibly do besides be a grifter No these people are completely disposable and the cable news cycle and the pundits who work within it are incredibly short right This is a short term thing As soon as the politics moves beyond you you will be pushed off of the network You'll get one appearance here and there I mean they did this to the reporters by the way who were really aggressive against Trump in the briefing room And they all got book deals and they all got CNN contributor ships Like Brian Karim April Ryan Jim Acosta And what happened to all of them as soon as Trump was out of office April Ryan switched to a new outlet that nobody's ever heard of It hasn't been on CNN in like 6 months Brian Karam his entire magazine he worked for Playboy went underwater He's no longer on CNN Nobody in the briefer likes him Jim Acosta has a fledgling CNN show that nobody watches and is apparently going to be punished under the new ownership of CNN So it's just like these people You know they think that they're going to be famous because they completely sell their souls to try to win the approval of the left But the left is very fickle and these people will outlive their useless I think the same is true for Liz Cheney Alyssa Farah who's at the view now all of these people will have a creation date just around the corner

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The FBI Search Warrant Will Prove This Is a Political Witch Hunt

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:42 min | Last month

The FBI Search Warrant Will Prove This Is a Political Witch Hunt

"And they've asked the judge to keep the warrant private. I think the reason why is because they know this is a political witch hunt. And whatever's on that document will prove it's a political witch hunt. That the raid had nothing to do with the national archives, got nothing to do with J 6. This has everything to do because we know, by the way, from Benny Thompson, the chair of the J 6 committee that there are no criminal charges coming out of that against president Trump. There are none. So I believe that something else is going on here. And that something else is looking for something to indict this president because if they can indict this president, he will not be able to run for The White House again. And these people are terrified. They're terrified of Donald Trump. You know why they're terrified of Donald Trump? Because he delivered on his campaign promises. He made promises to weed the people he made promises to the maga world he made promises to the America first community and he delivered all those promises. He also stood up to the military industrial complex of this nation, the one that's continuing to send young men and young women into battle, where we don't need to be in battle. He also stood up to the mainstream media and he showed the Republicans how to fight back against these little morons like little Jimmy Acosta over at CNN. The most profane name in news. Crying Negro network, judge Joe Brown, thank you, sir. We always appreciate your kind words and your opinion. That's what I think is going on here.

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"acosta" Discussed on Good Life Project

Good Life Project

03:52 min | 7 months ago

"acosta" Discussed on Good Life Project

"So she starts to guide us through this meditation and she instructs everybody to close their eyes and I did not like to do that. That was not, I wasn't into my eyes being closed. It was uncomfortable for me. It caused a lot of anxiety. And so I kind of kept my eyes a little bit slightly opened and she starts to guide us through this meditation, and she's instructing us to relax. I didn't know what relax was. What do you mean relax? Like, what does that mean? She's like, a relax your shoulders, take a deep breath in, notice your body, and I'm like, what is my body? What is this? What's this person inside of my head? Like, what is going on? So it was almost a very jarring experience of, oh, hello, here I am. Like hello you. And the way I've described it other times has been, it was almost like I was watching my life for the first 15 years of my life living in this hyper vigilant state. And then in that moment, it was almost like I arrived back into my body. And I realized, oh, hello, you. Like, this is you. This is the you that is not easily persuaded. The you that can have a beautiful life, that you that can make different choices. They knew that deserves to be happy, that you, that's not afraid. And so that was that moment that I talk about as being that spiritual awakening, where I felt, oh, this is what God is. Like, this is that spiritual relationship that people have with the divine or a higher power. It's arriving. To where you're meant to be. So powerful. Do you ever think about that one moment that your mom dropped that little leaflet on your bed? If she had never done that. I do. I do think about it. There's a lot of things that I think about that she, if she didn't do, where would I be? I don't think that I would be here right now. You know? And in more ways than one, because I was really in a difficult place, you know, there was, I didn't have a desire to experience life. You know, there was just kind of this place sucks. You know, I was like, this place is awful. People die. Bad things happen if people are starving, people are going through so much tragedy and heartbreak. And I'm very empathetic human being. I ever since I was a child, I've always been. I'd see somebody cry and start crying and be like, oh my God, why are they crying? I want to make them feel better, right? There's even the moment when I talk about my grandmother picking up the makeshift rose bushes that keep getting disseminated. And I'm already preparing as a 5 year old to console her. I'm like, I'm going to make you feel better, grandma. Don't be upset. So I had had a lot of that taking in the collective emotion of tragic events. So I was at a place where something needed something needed to happen. Yeah. Good luck project is supported by KiwiCo. So as a parent, it can be a little bit hard to find ways to kind of keep your kids engaged and learning. But KiwiCo is here to help. So KiwiCo creates these super cool hands.

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"acosta" Discussed on Good Life Project

Good Life Project

06:37 min | 7 months ago

"acosta" Discussed on Good Life Project

"Off aqua two's countertop purifiers plus free shipping when you go to aqua Chu dot com and use the code good life. All right, we have to start with something really, really serious hair, which is I understand that when you were, I don't know, 5 or 6 years old on your birthday. You got in a heap of trouble for singing every single words in the lyrics of the song dirty Diana. You really did your research. I did. Oh gosh, that was ew. It was good. It was hilarious. Not only did I get in trouble for singing them out loud, but I had also written them down in my little diary, and you know, I don't even know how to spell. But there were, you know, I did my best to phonetically write out the lyrics to the song. Got it. And I'm sensing also that there was no small amount of foreshadowing in this particular moment. At all. At all. Writing has been my friend for many, my entire life, really. My first best friend, I would say. Were you a journaler when you were a kid? Yes, I loved it. I loved. It was more my diary, right? The little diaries with the locks on them. Of course. It felt very just, it was obviously an intimate experience, but as a child, it felt like this was something that belonged to me. And nobody else could access, even though my parents could just easily open it, it wasn't like. And they did, obviously, that's where they found a lot of my, you know, private things. And let's not discuss the violation of privacy that that does to a child at such a young age, but we'll save that for another conversation. Yeah, I mean, also, I have to imagine, so you grew up largely in east LA in the 90s, sort of like a lot of your formative years, which around that time. There's a lot going on in your mind, and also in the world around you. And also in your immediate community. I mean, what the nation was sort of like looking at on the news on a regular basis and hearing stories about focusing on. This is just your live day to today experience. This is your life. This is your family, your neighborhood, your Friends, your community, where you're growing up. Yeah, what was interesting about that is that all of my Friends, family members, we were all having this same experience. So there wasn't anything that was too noteworthy. Everybody was going through experiencing trauma and living through drive by shootings and seeing violence unravel and seeing people in the throes of addiction. It was just right outside of our door. And so being in that environment, when you don't really know any better, you just think that this is the entire world. This is the way the world works. And the juxtaposition being when we would watch TV shows like silver spoons or the Cosby show or anything that sort of showed this middle to upper class family living this idyllic life where people would sit down for dinner and parents would work or not or just kind of be around and show these really united families that were seemingly happy and had nice places to live the juxtaposition of being in a small dilapidated two bedroom apartment with ten people in a neighborhood that was severely overcrowded largely immigrant families and it was probably my first experience of seeing that the world wasn't all like this, right? There had to have been some other way of living, but at the same time having your parents tell you that TV is not real, right? So it's like, no, no, that's not real. That doesn't really happen. So then you believe, okay, this is fake. And the chaotic life that I live every day is the reality. Got it. I mean, as an adult so many of us, so few of us are really well equipped to handle that just on a regular basis, but as a young kid, you know, on the one hand, you describe it as, well, this was just like everybody's life in the community. So it becomes normalized. But it's not normalized in terms of how it affects the human condition, how it affects a person's mind and body. It's like it just layers into it and layers into it and layers into it. Yeah, it's the constant hypervigilance. You're living in that central nervous system for many, many years, and one of the things that I talk about all the time with people or any time I'm teaching, I always think about it in terms of if you don't know any different and you're just used to being in this hyper vigilant state all the time, you don't know how to self regulate, you don't learn how to self regulate any task is a bear. Anything you do is a huge feat. So we look at these people that grow up in environments like this. And this is many, many years later, learning about how PTSD and trauma live in the body. Seeing how people can integrate just living their daily life and how do you even stay vertical. It's hard, right? It's a difficult experience. And to me, it just shows our ability to be resilient in our ability to adapt to manage change to just be able to push through adversity, but not always. Some people can actually get through it and some people can't. And we see this a lot with people that end up having addictions or they end up having a severe depression or they are completely disconnected to their life because they've lived most of their lives being disembodied. Yeah. Recent conversation with bessel van der kolk was he was sharing how nearly all of these things that you're describing just they land so physically in us. They also brought up this notion of social cohesion and social support having a certain both the protective effect and also an effect where it helps potentially in how trauma lands with you after the fact. Does it.

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"acosta" Discussed on Good Life Project

Good Life Project

01:44 min | 7 months ago

"acosta" Discussed on Good Life Project

"The more aware we are of our own nourishment, nourishing ourselves, the more we can invite the other to be nourished as well. And that type of tender love and care and kindness is what creates a good life. So how do you create a radical change in direction in your life? Well, my guest today, Rosie Acosta, she found herself asking that question in her mid teens. After being arrested and the answer came in a way, she never saw coming. Born and raised in east LA at a time when gang violence was the norm, Rosie pushed up against really authority of any kind from a young age. But after being arrested, a simple sentence in that process led her to commit to a radical reimagining of her life. She didn't know what form or shape it would take until one day. Teaching school, she found herself on a bus and sitting inside the self realization fellowship in LA, listening to the words of a woman who would change her life and lead her down a path of spirituality that she never saw coming, especially considering she'd rejected religion or anything really smacking a faith in the years before that. And now years later, a sought after adviser and coach yoga and meditation teacher, she travels the world, leading workshops and retreats and trainings. And boasts a private clientele that includes everyone from Olympic athletes to NFL champions, NBA all stars and veterans of war, and she hosts the radically loved podcast. The first generation Mexican American Rosie's mission is to really help others overcome adversity and experience what she calls radical love. And we unpack what that is, by the way. And she shares her.

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Sara Carter: John Durham Is Warning Everyone There's More

The Dan Bongino Show

01:50 min | 8 months ago

Sara Carter: John Durham Is Warning Everyone There's More

"You know in the latest legal filing by dorm there's a line in there Sarah I think you and I both found interesting He doesn't say that the DNS data that was diverted to the Clinton campaign It wasn't illegally obtained I want to be clear with the audience Apparently it was a legitimate government contract But there are legitimate government contracts for researchers too but you can't give the research to the Chinese Communist Party It's where it was diverted later that's the scandal but it says in there in the opening line Durham says that the DNS data Sarah is among The Internet data exploited which again the English speakers like you and I with a reading comprehension better than Jim Acosta's means Durham probably has more right That there may be other Internet data there We get another why else would he write that Exactly Exactly He wrote that as part of I always call those magic beans Those are the little magic beans within writing that they're warning They're warning people within the Clinton campaign they're warning Michael sussman They're warning Perkins Kuwait Look we got more where this came from And we're going to let that out One of these days I think what is important also in that and what we have to comprehend is that remember Internet data and traffic flow and are protected in many different ways It would not surprise me It would not surprise me that John Durham is not just looking at what's the obvious Internet traffic but maybe traffic that was also hidden among files maybe hipa files may be other files that are traveling along the Internet that are supposed to be protected That are supposed to remain private But maybe they were carrying other information It just wouldn't surprise me if that was the

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Remembering Mike Gallagher's '50 Things Liberals Love to Hate'

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:05 min | 8 months ago

Remembering Mike Gallagher's '50 Things Liberals Love to Hate'

"I don't want to get personal with somebody like Brian stelter or Acosta. They're all just really, really fierce partisans. And they hate everything that Americans love. I wrote a book called 50 things liberals love to hate. And it was intended to be humorous, maybe you've read it. I hope you have. It's still available if you can get it on Amazon. It was years ago. What year did I write that book? Wouldn't we do that to Eric? Is that ten years ago, 15 years ago? It's a long time ago. But I had a ball because I took a chapter and devoted it to something that liberals hate, swimming pools, steakhouses, Walmart, American flag lapel pins. 50 things liberals love to hate. And of course I did it like chapters 50 through one. The final chapter just showed a picture of the United States of America, a map of the USA. That was the final thing liberals love to hate. But think about it. Now the hate

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"acosta" Discussed on Out of Bounds Podcast

Out of Bounds Podcast

03:56 min | 8 months ago

"acosta" Discussed on Out of Bounds Podcast

"Enjoyed these episodes. And without further ado, here is Danny Reyes Acosta. Danny, tell people who you are, a little bit about yourself, and then we'll go from there. Sounds good. I am Danny Reyes agusta. I'm based in southwest Colorado, which is on ute and Pablo land. And I'm a split board mountaineer. Well, climber, mountain runner, storyteller, strategist, and activist. Okay. What do you do? What do you do actually? If you simplify it down to so I can understand what you do. Yeah, my work is layered. I think a big so I come from a marketing background, but a big part of my work is centered on connecting the next generation of leaders to themselves in nature to stem the rising tide of the 6th mass extinction. Because we're fucking in it right now, man. I love that answer. So the work looks the work looks different dependent upon the season. So I'm paid as a professional athlete primarily as a snow sports athlete, but also as a runner and a climber. I also do a fair amount of storytelling. So documentary and filmmaking, some written word to do a little bit of creative consulting. And then some strategic advising in the marketing space and brand strategy space. And a little bit of public speaking here and there to talk about the things that are super important to me. Okay, what are some of those things? That's kind of what I want to get into with you. What's important to you and what if you had like brand pillars as an athlete? What do those look like? Well, have you seen the PowerPoint? I have seen that point in the picture. I have not. She said she was the first one ever that I'm like, okay, let's talk love an interview and she sent me all of the information detailed and organized and it's like right, it's right there. Everybody else was just like go find it. I looked at it..

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"acosta" Discussed on Out of Bounds Podcast

Out of Bounds Podcast

03:34 min | 8 months ago

"acosta" Discussed on Out of Bounds Podcast

"Two of them are in person. One of them I recorded a few weeks back. Danny Reyes Acosta, who's a mountain athlete is on the show, also formally from work to marketing for Nike. And it's now kind of taken on a life of her own. She's amazing, got hanging out with her a bunch, actually went to Diplo with her and a bunch of other people as well. Red rocks, which was a blast. She's amazing. And I think you'll get that within a few minutes of listening to this conversation with her. Peter Arlene from mountain flow eco wax. I got to spend some time with as well this week. So we have conversation with him. Talk about his product, what's different, why it's so much better for the environment than your traditional waxes. And then we talked to Christian Avery, which is a gear talk episode. That episode I've had for a couple of weeks, but I kind of was waiting to partner it with some of the right episodes. So that one's rad. It's like we talk about everything from the new blizzard hustle series to the new peak boot from technica, we really get into the weeds on this one. But we even talked about some of the things that he feels, they could have done better and some of the things that have kind of like, I don't know, needed to change and have changed next year's line. So yeah, I hope you guys enjoyed that conversation. With a bunch of stuff going on right now, obviously we're just at outdoor retailer for the week. So check that out. If you haven't seen any of our coverage, we also have a small recap article. We have videos that are posted onto retailers. After a retailer site, if you want to read the article, by the way, it's just at the podcast site. Or on new schoolers, either way. So there's that atom X is kind of taken on a life of his own. He basically just went out there and stuck him like everybody's face for the entirety of the show. And there's a really funny YouTube clip or video actually because it's four minutes long been asking people what their ten settings are and Shrek one or Shrek the musical and it's his elements and prime prime form. So if you want to learn a little more about AmEx and who he really is like that, I think this video does it. You can get that on our YouTube page. And the last thing that we'll plug for today is, we have a new sponsor. The show sponsored by the lovely people at spot insurance is a sponsor.

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"acosta" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:47 min | 8 months ago

"acosta" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"And he takes on the new governor of excuse me Virginia and starts to trash him Glenn youngkin He does this on the heels of Jim Acosta Jim Acosta who is a homeless person dressed up as a journalist I understand he showers as often as well I don't know why CNN keeps a reprobate like this around there to kick his ass to the sidewalk Let him get a real job for a living and see all he does For that matter you look at all of scene and they get no ratings How do they get paid Because their own ultimately by AT&T so their ratings proof It's like over at MSNBC's Scarborough And the other miscreants their ratings proof because their own by Comcast Jim Acosta first on CNN yesterday and you'll see there really is no difference Which I point out over and over again between the media the Democrat party And the other radicals in this American Marxist movement Cut one hat tip town hall go I seem to remember Glenn youngkin campaigning and a fleece vest in Virginia He was running as a different kind of Republican I was told there was going to be a vest Not a Soviet style police state across the Potomac from Washington Al Frank and the other day compared the Republicans to the Nazis Jim Acosta talks about a Soviet style police state across the Potomac Jim Acosta is part of a Soviet style mindset He's the propagandist for the big lie Like Liz Cheney and the so called January 6th select committee In other words Pelosi's select Hacks Picking up on this theme was delegate Don Scott junior whom none of you ever heard of before Democrat of course Cut to go When I was here about a month ago with freshmen unexpectedly the governor the governor elect at the time he came in this chamber with the freshman who were being trained and taught and talked about how we do things on the floor And the first things that I recall him saying was that he had a strong prayer life And that he was praying for everybody And so for what I've seen from his day one activity that's not someone who is a man of faith Not a Christian But someone who wants to divide the Commonwealth Someone wants their.

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How Do We Unite All Conservative Factions? The Constitution

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:20 min | 8 months ago

How Do We Unite All Conservative Factions? The Constitution

"I'd someone asked me the other day. So Charlie, how are you ever going to unite all the different factions of the conservative movement and I'm not totally interested in that to be perfectly honest at times, but I will say that the constitution is the non negotiable. The constitution recognizes God granted right separation of powers independent judiciary consent to the governed, checks and balances. These are non negotiable principles. The constitution also is not a document that says you can't do anything about existential threats. This is something that's really important. Is that you understand the promises and the truths that articulated in the United States Constitution, all of a sudden, you might feel more empowered to actually handle some of the issues that are in front of us. Let me give you a great example of this. In the United States Constitution, it articulates both in the first 7 articles of the constitution and also in the First Amendment, it articulates a right to political speech, religious affiliation and your ability to speak freely. Now, this is so typical of the left, right? So the left takes the First Amendment and the immediately say, how can we make America a more degenerate place based on a promise of the First Amendment? So they had all these lawsuits in the 70s and 80s and they won a lot of them to say that, oh, pornography and swearing and all these things, that's first of all, no, it's not, okay? People say, oh, that's free speech. If you actually go to what the founders said is free speech, it was really two groups of people. And Jim Acosta is gonna really love this. It's people that are journalists and people that are newspaper writers and truth seekers, the whole politicians accountable and religious officials. That really is the two buckets of people the First Amendment was designed to write now. I'm not saying there should be a pull at bureau of censorship that goes around and shuts everyone up. I actually would be open to turning off some of the garbage that are 9 year olds are actually consuming on the Internet. They're like, oh no, that's free speech. Actually, no it's not it's really creepy. But let's kind of take that one step at a time. Speech that questions and challenges the regime is not just protected, it is imperative. If you do not have speech that questions people in charge, then you have nothing more than an obedient population within the people that own the lines of communication or you have a propaganda arm.

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What Everyone is Missing From the Doocy/Biden SOB Exchange

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:09 min | 8 months ago

What Everyone is Missing From the Doocy/Biden SOB Exchange

"So Joe Biden was doing his press conference. Peter doocy did what Jim Acosta and Caitlyn Collins did on a daily basis, which was continue to ask questions after they were dismissed. And Peter ducey's illegitimate journalist. I don't even know if Peter douche is a conservative truly. I think he's just a moderate like journalist, honestly. I have no indication whatsoever. And anyone that knows him that he's some sort of right winger. He just asks questions, he does his job. He wants to hold powerful people accountable. So he asks Joe Biden. Like, hey, how about inflation? Listen to this tape and listen carefully, we're going to play it twice. Play tape. That's a great asset. More inflation. With a stupid sound. So what people missed and what Joe Biden said there is what a stupid son of a blank. Thank goodness Joe Biden isn't Napoleon and he can just execute people at a whim. So I think Joe Biden would have just turned to some sort of French revolutionary guard and Peter doocy's family would be murdered. I'm kidding, okay? He'll just be audited instead and his home will be rated like James. O'Keeffe. Instead, but listen to what he said. Let's get the transcript of that, right? So the transcript with hilarious that made it into the it made it into The White House official record, which is hilarious. So do C says, quote, do you think inflation is a political liability before the midterms? And before Joe Biden said the thing that everyone was capitalizing on is the thing that should be on billboards everywhere, Joe Biden said, quote, no inflation is an asset. More inflation. Now maybe he was being sardonic or sarcastic. I don't think so. I think Joe Biden said something that he believes. I think Joe Biden in a off the cuff unscripted moment just told the country in his back and forth as little duel as little rivalry with Peter doocy. I like inflation. I know what it's going to do. It's going to bring the great reset in pal, you stupid son of

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"acosta" Discussed on ExtraTime

ExtraTime

05:30 min | 9 months ago

"acosta" Discussed on ExtraTime

"Extra time is exactly how I find it out. What's going on in the MLS? Maybe this podcast is influenced me a little bit as well. Everybody up here. Every single day goes into the office into the laboratory. They're trying to cook up some great stuff for you guys. That's why he's here. Oh, from New York, New York, you are listening to extra time from the AT&T 5G virtual studios. I am Andrew Lee with my partners in soccer. David goss. Kalen Carr, coming up, a big show. It's a Tuesday. There's been a lot of time for news to happen to be announced. Hit the rumor mill. Count Acosta blockbuster LAFC, Albert rusnak officially a sounder. That one is done transfer scuttlebutt, young money, cash money, Houston splash at Dallas might two. Casper's Shabelle go to the fire Paul areo at a club America, 18 month loans for everybody cold bastard just in Shay. They're moving on and season previews begin today with haikus and much more Vancouver Nashville C Columbus and the union and we are once again ranking the top 5 players at every position starting with goalkeeper Andres is going to have a heyday in the chat telling us to speed it up, boys, what's up? What's up, Caleb in a long time? Finally see him. Good to see you guys. I feel like this is like the first day of preseason where I followed the off season training regimens. I've done all of that. But then you show up and it's the beep test the first day and you're like, nah, I don't really know how to do this. I'm not actually prepared for that. But I know I'm gonna run it out. I'm gonna go until I drop and overall shortest off season I think ever, but we have been enjoying all of your takes on Twitter as far as I think you're trying to start your own Josie rumor mill to each other. Somebody put this stuff up, you know? I need somebody to come after. We got him with a soccer dot com picking up the Josh sergeants of sporting Kansas City absolute BS that I was firing off over like a BLT at lunch one day. But look, it is that time of year. You're seeing what we have the pad on stab. At the training ground, it is a beautiful morning, the dew is on the ground. And you know, the sun is rising shot that I didn't got to get from pat on Twitter. To be honest with you, we got, you know, we've got the barns..

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Police: Teen charged in triple killing is loose, dangerous

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 9 months ago

Police: Teen charged in triple killing is loose, dangerous

"Police police in in garland garland Texas Texas are are alleging alleging a a fourteen fourteen year year old old boy boy was was the the gunman gunman in in a a triple triple murder murder at at a a gas gas station station Sunday Sunday and and say say he's he's dangerous dangerous and and on on the the loose loose capital capital murder murder charges charges have have been been filed filed against against fourteen fourteen year year old old able able Elias Elias Acosta Acosta who's who's accused accused of of firing firing within within twenty twenty rounds rounds from from a a pistol pistol after after crouching crouching down down and and swinging swinging open open the the door door of of a a gas gas station station convenience convenience store store Sunday Sunday he he remains remains at at large large and and police police have have released released a a suspect suspect description description calling calling a a custody custody interests interests three three teens teens were were killed killed police police are are calling calling this this a a retaliatory retaliatory attack attack Acosta's Acosta's father father Richard Richard accused accused of of driving driving his his son son to to the the gas gas station station and and then then driving driving off off in in a a Dodge Dodge ram ram pickup pickup the the fathers fathers also also charged charged with with capital capital murder murder another another teen teen who who had had been been arrested arrested Monday Monday remains remains a a person person of of interest interest in in the the investigation investigation but but has has been been released released by by authorities authorities I'm I'm Jackie Jackie Quinn Quinn

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The Dumbest People on Earth Go Into Politics and Journalism

The Dan Bongino Show

03:09 min | 1 year ago

The Dumbest People on Earth Go Into Politics and Journalism

"The dumbest people on Planet Earth wind up in Politics and journalism They are morons I have dealt with journalists my entire life These people are idiots If you ask them who is buried in grant's tomb they will sit there and go Man give me a minute Do you got a phone I can throw that in my favorite search engine Google Who's yeah they needed yet Jim says they'll need a hint This is how dumb these people are They are so stupid and they listen to them They manufacture realities This is a perfect example of how it happens Jim queue up cut 11 first Here is one of the dumbest people I met this guy when I used to do hits at CNN Believe me this man has the IQ of a 97 year old sea turtle who is just like drank in a bunch of disposed medicine flushed down the toilet that made it into the ocean This is a genuine turd burglar a really stupid human being who I'm telling you is one of the dumbest people I've ever met Jim Acosta And yet the left worships is moron Remember when he put his book out and he went to his store with like a book signing he was nobody there This is Jim Acosta on a few weeks ago With Doctor Fauci talking about Ivermectin which if you just look it up I know that's a lot to ask liberals and they're probably too dumb to even type it into their phones If you just look it up Ivermectin is an FDA approved drug for human beings For the treatment of parasites that is sometimes used off label to treat COVID Is it also used in animals Yes liberal idiots just like penicillin and hundreds of other drugs have an animal use as well It doesn't mean it's an animal drug Where animals you idiots they don't even wear Adam off Where are insects or something Why are you people so dumb How did we get stuck living with these idiots on the left Mike get ready Crazy liberal lady's gonna call you foaming at the mouth any minute What's her name and or whatever She's angry because I call her out because they're so stupid Here's Acosta This happened a couple weeks ago months ago when I was talking to Anthony Fauci about an FDA approved drug calling it a livestock de warmer because it's Acosta He is I'm telling you I met him I'm not kidding This is a genuinely stupid human being Check this out And the podcast host Joe Rogan he came down with COVID He says he says he's been taking the livestock dewormer Ivermectin as well as other treatments that people talk about on the Internet and so on doesn't have any effect on COVID obviously Did you ever expect that you would have I guess to compete Obviously with the likes of Tucker Carlson and Joe Rogan Doctor Fauci and are there voices more powerful and I guess more widespread than people like yourself other public health experts who are out there And isn't that part of the

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Texans Confirm Deshaun Watson Won't Play Week 3 Despite Tyrod Taylor Injury

Fantasy Focus Football

01:03 min | 1 year ago

Texans Confirm Deshaun Watson Won't Play Week 3 Despite Tyrod Taylor Injury

"Stefania. Live update as the show started on tyrod taylor. Yes from our sara barshop who covers the texans and doesn't excellent job. We knew that he was forced out of the game with a left. Hamstring injury Apparently he has is undergoing an mri. He is considered data today with that hamstring So that leaves open the possibility of thursday night although that would be a very quick turnaround david kelly. Saying deshaun watson will not be active for thursday night so we know that for sure as davis meals on thursday night people. The newsradio davis mills will be starting for the panthers further Texans against the panthers on thursday. But i'm glad you said that's define a- matthew davis mistletoe. He looked. He looked like a rookie quarterback yesterday had a couple of throws that i was impressed by and the rap on davis mills for those who didn't follow the draft super closely. This guy at eleven starts during his career at stanford entered stanford though as one of the highest recruited players in the countries of five star the all everything quarterback injuries other veterans cage. Acosta was there for a while at stanford fairly talented guy. But this is a downgrade from tyrod.

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Joe Rogan Rips Intro CNN and Jim Acosta Over Controversial Drug Ivermectin

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:10 min | 1 year ago

Joe Rogan Rips Intro CNN and Jim Acosta Over Controversial Drug Ivermectin

"Follow the science and less. It's not science that foul. She agrees with right. Joe rogan learned this the hard way. This is so funny. So the joe. Rogan is a very popular podcast. He makes a billion dollars a year. From what does he on spotify and he makes a fortune. He's got like howard stern kind of money. Very popular young guy. What was he was like was like a ufc guy. He's been an actor. You have see announcer and any kind of emerged as a really really really successful podcast with a lot of young people. Listen to got cove it and didn't want to get the vaccine hasn't been vaccinated. And he announced he posted a video. Saying yeah i got. I take taken everything. They've thrown the kitchen everything in the kitchen. Sink z. pack ivermectin. All ivermectin takes ivermectin among other things a couple of days later. He's better. he's cured he's recovered. I guess is a better word to say so. Cnn is reporting. He's taken horse de wormers and they know the difference there. Ivermectin is prescribed for human. Consumption is not a horse wermer. So here's joe rogan. This is actually kind of cute. He seems shocked that. Cnn's jim acosta would actually lie. Do i have to sue cnn. Do they're making up. They keep saying. I'm taking horse dewormed. I literally got it from a doctor. It's an american company it's They won the nobel prize in two thousand fifteen for use in human beings. Yeah and cnn is saying. I'm taking horsey worm. Yeah so they must know that they'll that's alive. There's a lot of people saying right but a lot of people can say okay like the internet says it who cares fear but cnn is saying it. Jim across i like. Isn't it cute. He's like oh it's endearing jemma costa's actually cost lies. Yes joe rogan. They lie at

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Biden Admin Wants Left-Media Validation With Americans Stranded in Afghanistan

Mark Levin

01:18 min | 1 year ago

Biden Admin Wants Left-Media Validation With Americans Stranded in Afghanistan

"The school. Children. Their parents in Afghanistan. And if you listen to this clown whose secretary state you listen to this clown this This this communications director Admiral over at defense and you listen to this clown. In the Oval Office. I think they call them, uh, Joe Biden. Everything's going hunky Doory. Ladies and gentlemen, it's the greatest event military. Civilian farm we've ever seen, and they're very upset with the kind of press they're getting. Very, very upset. White House to media politico. We want our props on Afghan. We want our props. What's going on? Come on. We're Jim Acosta when we need and where's D lemon? A. Fredo Cuomo. Where's uh, What's the rest of them? Where's that schmuck from the Washington Pull out. Jeremy Jeremy Jeremy Barnes. Where's Jeremy? Bar? We're going to have a whole book written about how fantastic this is by Professor Tom Nichols. Mr Producer. The only problem is nobody will read it because nobody knows who he is. The people who know who he is thinks he's a putt, so nobody's gonna read Tom Nichols. Who exactly?

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"acosta" Discussed on You Better You Bet

You Better You Bet

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"acosta" Discussed on You Better You Bet

"It's very it's an acosta's and ken barclay on you better you bet from wall it up always.

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Acast Sales Increase by 130%

podnews

00:28 sec | 1 year ago

Acast Sales Increase by 130%

"Acosta's race this quarter to twenty twenty one financial reports. The company sold sales growth increase by a hundred and thirty percent. Year-on-year ceo. Ross adams is pleased on critic proud. Ceo strong said results. Like this makes my job of course a lot easier. I'm so grateful to cost. The company also discussed the impact on total listens of the apple. Podcasts download bar which didn't impact revenues. The company said

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Steve Hilton Torches Biden Over 'Disastrous Misadventure' With Afghanistan

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:11 min | 1 year ago

Steve Hilton Torches Biden Over 'Disastrous Misadventure' With Afghanistan

"Amazing to hear the reactions from the media. I mean jake tapper grilling antony blinken the secretary of state. Jim acosta calling this an epic fail. How about steve hilton last night. On fox news channel characterizing joe biden the president of the united states as i think the only way he can be characterized so with the twentieth anniversary of nine eleven. Just days away biden throws away. Everything that's been spent these last two decades trillions of dollars wasted thousands of american lives lost even more lives wrecked as the mothers and fathers and wives and husbands and sons and daughters and brothers and sisters and friends and neighbors of all our fallen heroes look on in disbelief and rage as this bumbling idiot in the white house this barely lucid puppet of the establishment week. Incompetent useless apology for our president erases practically overnight. Whatever meager justification there ever was for this disastrous misadventure with the head of the joint chiefs general. Mark milley this morning telling senators on a phone. Call that thanks to what is happening in afghanistan right now. Thanks to what biden has down these last few weeks. We ain't going to be more risk here in america. I'm glad that millions less worried about white rage for a change and worried about the security of the american people. What time to have wide open. Borders are no more mean tweets. Though we don't have to worry about trump feuding with rosie o'donnell. You you solve that america but look at where we are right now. It's catastrophic. Now's the time that the republicans need to be the grownups. Now's the time we pull on our big boy pants and we say we got to be the grownups in the room. This is amateur hour. They don't know what they're doing at team by. This white house is a disaster and frankly it's shocking that it has collapsed the way it has

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The Complete and Abject Failure of Biden's Afghanistan Withdrawal Will Define His Legacy

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:38 min | 1 year ago

The Complete and Abject Failure of Biden's Afghanistan Withdrawal Will Define His Legacy

"Video of afghans clinging to airplanes as they're taking off this is saigon on steroids. This is a whole ariffin collapse. And it is a complete an abject failure of the bite administration and everybody knows it. Everybody knows it. Jim acosta blasting the biden administration. Well jim don't mean to be a smart aleck here. But you helped deliver biden to the world you helped deliver the by administration with your antics against president trump. This never happened under the trump watch. This didn't happen with donald trump. This is joe biden's legacy and he is in the bunker again. He's back in the basement hiding it's unreal jim jordan on tv. Where is he joe. Piscopo down the hall. Izzy sick is the il. We got a catastrophe that impacts the american people for twenty years. America's have watched their loved ones fight in afghanistan after the actions of nine eleven and the terrorists and before for joe biden to be on vacation. Do you know what the white house has done. They send out a picture of him sitting in this huge empty room with a bunch of empty seats staring blankly at a bunch of computer screens on the wall. That's the commander in chief.

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As Afghanistan Rapidly Collapses, so to Does the Biden Administration

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:00 min | 1 year ago

As Afghanistan Rapidly Collapses, so to Does the Biden Administration

"Failure of the by administration in afghanistan represents an abject failure of this entire administration just as afghanistan has collapsed so rapidly the biden administration has collapsed as well. They are m. I a gen sakis out to lunch. She's on vacation. More importantly the president is him. I leading many to say what's wrong with it. Where is he. Where did he go. Is she sick. does he have some condition. How could he not be addressing. The american people this is a failure for the world and certainly catastrophic consequences are going to be faced right here. In the united states my heart breaks for every man woman and child in this country at around the world whose families spilled blood and sacrificed on the battlefield for twenty years and the main. That was jim acosta. You heard a moment ago. Jim acosta from cnn. Tearing into the biden administration for this abject failure this catastrophic failure and this is not political. There's no joy in this epic fail and this catastrophic outcome in afghanistan. There should be no political. This as i've said for years afghanistan is complicated. But this is on joe biden and there's no way around it.

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"acosta" Discussed on Mental Illness Happy Hour

Mental Illness Happy Hour

03:32 min | 1 year ago

"acosta" Discussed on Mental Illness Happy Hour

"But i sure at the beginning of the podcast. My brain is my. If my brain were highway my thoughts would be in the right lane with the. It's blinker on for a half hour. This is happy moment filled out by liam who identifies as a gender and they write. My mom called me just to check in and see how i was doing. My relationship with my mom always been pretty crappy but since becoming an independent adult. She has become more respectful of bhandari's and started actually listening to me on this particular phone call. She apologized for sending me to a church camp. I was a sensitive kid and had hard time with crowds flashing lights and loud noises. I begged her not to make me go but she sent me anyway. Despite being fully aware that the camp was literally my worst nightmare. I accepted her apology without dismissing the harm that caused which was surprisingly healing in its own way man. Do i love that man. do i love that. Such a great example that it's never too late to try to right a wrong to rebuild a relationship with somebody to take ownership of your part and things you know. People don't expect us to be perfect if they do faulk them but a reasonable expectation and a relationship is for that person to own their behavior if it hurt us even if they can't completely understand that it hurt us to at least accept that our reality is that it hurt and it's so hard with people who were raised in emotionally illiterate environments that expressing. Your feelings of hurt is it necessarily a way of trying to push. Punish that other person or make them feel bad about themselves. Rather it's a way of saying please look at me. Please look at the real me. please please respect me. This is from the shame in secret survey filled out by a guy who calls himself. Scotty he is In his forties identifies as straight was raised in pretty or slightly. Dysfunctional environment was the victim of sexual abuse and never reported it. I was in first or second grade and older male about eighteen. To twenty years old would take me into the woods near our apartment complex. I don't know his name. He molested me had me perform oral sex and try anal sex on him. He performed oral sex on me. I felt validated as a young boy. Getting the attention of an adult male but understood it as a secret and bad. I never said anything. Because i understood and underlying threat that i better not. It's hard to classify this as abuse because it was two times. Not along pattern lenny. Lemme pullover right here. Mr that is absolutely fucking abuse and it didn't matter if it only happened once it didn't matter it doesn't matter if it happened for two seconds.

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"acosta" Discussed on Mental Illness Happy Hour

Mental Illness Happy Hour

08:45 min | 1 year ago

"acosta" Discussed on Mental Illness Happy Hour

"Lgbtq plus pregnant at age of twenty one in a pass for the first time in the town's three and that's great in a made history reme- i thought about wyatt Twenty one years. Which is holiday was at the time for this to happen. Why didn't we embrace. These people were contributing. Who need to feel like they belong to this community. Wire me embracing them before when people ask to be better is is just to be self aware except People go out there with them and fight for the law. One of the things. I think many of us have probably experienced is offhand remark that somebody makes maybe it's About someone being gay or trans and you don't know whether to just let it go or say something and if you do say something how to say something. What are the words you choose. What's the tone that you choose. One of the hobbies has playing hockey. And you can imagine a locker room. Full of hockey players is not a place that you would see as the most open minded Sensitive place for conversations and one night. A guy made a comment. I don't remember it was but it was something. That was mildly disparaging of trans people and is that was sitting there. Mulling over whether or not to say something. Another guy spoke up guy probably about. I don't know fifteen twenty years younger than me and he just said you know what that's not cool. That's a real stereotype and That's that's pretty offensive and the guy who had made the joke was like oh i didn't mean it to be offensive. I just i you know. I come from a different time and he was trying to kind of explain it away My my thought is. Is there a way that we can help change. Somebody's mind or at least let them know that feelings are being hurt and they're doing damage without shaming and that person any any thoughts on that you guys sharing the why behind it rain i think for some people who have these thoughts they might not know the impact that has on young or lgbtq. Plus in general. I think when you make comments like that you're not aware of the impact in at emotionally impacts someone other mental health impacted by comments like that in. It's important to remind them of zane might not be aware so it might not even be reminder winston. It just might be letting them know in the think making them aware that that's hurtful people there's people who have suicidal thoughts and feelings because are being respected. Which is why. I think announcers or in things during the why behind it is important and i also want to validate that. It is not our job to educate people but people should be educated. Educating themselves on these topics in issues as well because it's the reality of our society but i think a way to handle those comments by sharing the wind because they help people grow in a house in the aware that bats hurt andrew any thoughts. Well i think one is exactly right. I think that's just what needs to be done. And i think if you approach with the attitude of I'm going to educate you about this thing. You might not know very much about. Perhaps i can be helpful. That's better than being outraged and furious Outrageous furious tends to escalate the conflict into entrench bowl in their point of view. If you say this is there are trans people in my life. This is who they are. This is what's important to them or i've heard about this experience of trans people that experience. I think if you keep it gentle you're more likely to be able to bring about that change. There are cases where you can't keep it so gentle but when you can it works better. Tell us about the bar fights. Andrew somebody asks with the panelists mind sharing the thoughts and how to be the most inclusive in the use of language around preferred gender pronouns. I think if you don't know just ask in don't ever assume someone's pronounced that's just you know i think it's very much straightforward deal. I ask after you've already given them pronouns. Don't make assumptions. I think that's always what i consider to myself. I think about the Assumptions ask people. You don't know or use bait on pronounced if you're not aware of their announce already andrew. I think that's exactly right. Ask people end remember. The people pronounce her their personal choice. And in the same way that you wouldn't just walk up to someone and say well your name stephen but i've decided to call you david instead. You shouldn't say okay. You say you prefer the tournament. But i have known you for years by these other brands. And i'm just gonna stick with those. I mean if the person has changed their pronouns pay attention to the change in those pronouns and give them the authority to make those decisions on certainly to meet someone new. Even if the pronounced don't match the person's appearance from your standpoint still they're they're they're pronouns their their choice in their property and and i would also add in. Don't beat yourself up. If you make a mistake in your a well intentioned person Be willing to apologize. Saying i'm sorry You know. I meant to say such and such. I've a friend whose name is For the first fifteen years. I knew him his name was jamie. And he didn't transition or anything he just now wanted to be known as james and i still have difficulty remembering to call him james so i i think. Sometimes we also need to keep in mind as as we're being advocates to be nice to ourselves to do except our flaws and our humanness is as long as we are striving to become a the person that we want to be in that society needs Is it as easy to talk about your mental illness. As it is for your gayness this person asks i would say that it's neither easier nor more difficult but it's different. I think you know. As i said at the beginning i feel like there is a general of the idea that your sexuality is something you're supposed to wear with pride and the general perception in the united states as currently constituted is still mental. Illness is shameful. That it's a failing and that it's a basis for not progressing in the world as you otherwise might so you know the the anti gay. People are more organized than the anti mental illness people. So you have to be prepared for that people get lynched especially trans women of color but all kinds of She in the lgbtq range in a way that people with mental illness don't as much of course. The police often respond inappropriately schizophrenia or people with autism where people with other conditions that caused them not to interact an expected ways with ama- law enforcement authorities. But i would say both take a lot of coming out in the world. I live in being gay. No big deal and being depressed has required more explaining And more conversation with people. And i feel like i run into insensitivities all the time. I mean somebody who i've known since high school sent me a note the other day and said. Can you recommend a psychologist for me to see. Because i'm having a rough time and i wrote back and said well given what you've described and there's much more than that is a given what you've described. I said you probably also see a psychiatrist and consider the possibility of medication. Why didn't you see someone and have a consultation. And he rebecca. And i'm not interested in screwing around with my mind with a bunch of chemicals. I thought okay..

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"acosta" Discussed on Mental Illness Happy Hour

Mental Illness Happy Hour

06:50 min | 1 year ago

"acosta" Discussed on Mental Illness Happy Hour

"Best solution or tool for both of those struggles is community invulnerability. And it's so hard when you feel different or like you're gonna be judged at the very least pitied. you know. I think a lot of people who lived in accepting communities can still feel afraid of opening up because they just don't want to feel different or or look down upon not like they're not lovable but like they're all of a sudden different and to be patronised when you're suffering with something i don't know speak for myself. It feels worse than isolating and not having to deal with that. And i think that's why a lot of us who struggled with mental health issues will just pull pull away. We believe that crystal ball and our mind that is for the most part broken. And it's it's the disease has home field advantage when it gets us alone. Share if you would Both of you Any moments when you came out and what it felt like Not only emotionally and mentally but maybe even physically as well. Because i believe there's a there's a big relationship between how our body feels and how our mind in our spirit feel well at least came out. I think quite gradually In terms of being gay and quite suddenly in terms of being depressed. I didn't talk about the idea that i was depressed until i was pinned down and unable to move and unable to function and at that point i had to talk to friends about it and when i emerged from my first bout of depression i wrote an article about it for the new yorker and then it was out there for everyone to see and everyone to think about being out as gay. I feel is still a gradual process and it has to happen day after day day. I've just been through. The process of getting a new puppy for our family and for our son and the breeder was located in a rural part of the american south and we had a very pleasant correspondence but there was a lot of use of words like lessons that came into and i had the thought all over again if i tell her. I'm gay she not going to want to sell me. This puppy in the end. I my husband is actually gonna drive down and pick up the puppy in it all seems to have been fine and jeanine have been going back and forth about You know dog beds and things like that. But there's always that sense that you have to come out all over again and you have to tell someone all over again and even though i've written about it and even though i've been as public as i can be about. I feel as though it's a. It's a daily challenge. I think trauma survivors also experienced that. There's i'm a trauma survivor. And there's always this. Fear that when i share my experience of childhood sexual abuse that somebody's not going to believe me are. They're going to ask a question. That feels a dehumanizing or just something that's gonna make it awkward or uncomfortable and that they're gonna treat me differently. What what advice you have for anybody. Who's who's out there and is afraid to have a conversation with somebody that they're afraid might judge them and want feel free to jump in as well. Yeah burn me. I think having a conversation with my parents actually vote. Coming out was released scary for me. I had a huge barrier with parents. I remember i used to not trade to talk to them about what was going on in my life during swan stuff. Because i didn't want them to question me. And or moving to san francisco where where i pursued my higher education. I came out to ban thinking like to move if they wanna talk to me. That's fine link. This is going to be a new change in my life. And i just basically sat myself up to that. They weren't going to accept me and that was really difficult for me to do. But they did. And battling a huge surprise Really physically impacted because it felt like a weight off my shoulders and my dad hood main. Gimme kiss on the cheek. My mother-in-law but i know i'm lucky in it doesn't happen to every single. Lgbtq bliss get especially from communities of color. But that was a conversation that i thought it was going to come out of defeated not having occurrences for anymore. But that's when the most loved because you remember what felt like in your body when you got the hug. Kiss and the acceptance yeah. I literally got the chills. I saw like. I dunno fell out of this world is because it was something that really impacted my mental health. Bring up in slow. And i feel like i was labeled game before i was actually will to admit it for myself and that impacted me because it's like all my all my classmates were pointing fingers. He's gay he's gay. And i didn't even know what being gay was at that point. Mind you. I was like in elementary middle school. But the fact that i was able to do that with my parents have their support. One hundred percent meant the world to eat and acting. Today often informs about how i perceive my life like was saying even now like when you go into these spaces at scary because you have to come out again or you have to share some pieces of your soaring You never know how. People are going to. Chris lake Or just really deal with information especially like in work environment. So can we start. County traumatizing over and over again. But i i do see the power and the uae behind and i remind myself of that white to continue pushing and trying to aim for acceptance and just go ahead and andrew. We're to say. I just wrote one has said what he expected. That didn't happen. Does happen to a lot of people i mean. It's like a third of homeless youth. In the united states are lgbtq plus an enormous number of people are rejected by their families of origin are taking in by other families when we talk about the intersection between one's identity sexual identity and And mental illness. You know in the first place there are. The people would have had mental illness anyway. Because it's pretty evenly distributed across the population but in general depression in particular results from the intersection of genetic 'vulnerability and triggering circumstances and the.

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"acosta" Discussed on Mental Illness Happy Hour

Mental Illness Happy Hour

07:13 min | 1 year ago

"acosta" Discussed on Mental Illness Happy Hour

"Going to hear were sponsored by the national alliance on mental illness of west los angeles if you guys have never checked out nam. It's a really good resource especially for the loved ones that people dealing with mental illness or other issues I think they're national. Website is an a. m. i. dot org. Excuse me that's no way to start the podcast. I like to think like to kick things off flamy. That's usually oh. I'm going to be honest. Right upfront I know feel like say my name. The name of the podcast. Any kind of prefaces about what. It is or what it isn't. I am depressed. I am in a a dark hole. That i know i'm going to get out of but i'm in that place. Those either suffer from depression. Know what i'm talking about. Your brain just feels like it like it hasn't been oiled and it's hard to make decisions. It's hard to feel positive about anything. It's hard to put sentences together. It's hard to describe how you feel. I just been climbing back in in and out of bed. And i don't know if it's food related gut related. I'm having some digest shift issues. you know. There are facts on the ground that are depressing. With what is going on in everybody's life right now but i think also some stuff i'm dealing with in my life and i don't want to be a broken record about that and i certainly don't want to. I don't wanna bring anybody down. I don't wanna make this all about me. But i also don't want to minimize what i'm going through because i got a practice what i preach and i preach all the time on this podcast about opening up to other people letting them know where you're at and if you're if you're hurting if you're struggling say so you know and so i i called a somebody in my support group and i told him i said man. I'm i'm in a dark place right now. And i told him some of this stuff that was coming out of my pen When i journaled about an hour before that and a lot of it was just existential questions is if there is a god is are you is. Is this your plan for me to suffer you. Know how much of this will. I be able to bear Am i god. I hate to get dr. But em am i gonna at some point down the road if things never get better and i know this is the depression talking about. Am i gonna take my life. It's such a hard thing to say out loud. But i've been thinking about it a lot not that i wanted to do it. But is that there as as an alternative because when when we are in the grips of something that controls our thinking it. We want an exit door. We want to know that. There's a door if the on fire. If there's a door that we can get out of and i think it's important talk honestly about this because otherwise stuff it inside and i feel shame about it and i put on a face. I lie and i say no. You know i'm doing great or you know. Don't share this with everybody. There's certain people that go. Yeah you know. I'm hanging in there. And i am i am hanging in there But i'm also having trouble falling asleep having trouble waking up Than having trouble staying awake once. I get up. It's like it's like my body decides you know. What is it that you want from sleep right now. You want sleep. Well we're going to take that away you know. Oh you don't want sleep. Well we're gonna make you sleepy sometimes. It just feels like the. The universe is is testing u. and and it was helpful to journal to get those thoughts out on paper because otherwise the positive person in that have worked really hard to culture Just kind of takes over and says everything's gonna be fine. I trust in a benevolent force in the universe is people who love me. I've gotten through all of these things so far in my life. Why would i. Why would i not continue to survive difficulties. And i know that's the truth but it doesn't feel like the truth and that's what's such a motherfucker about mental illness is. There's a disconnect between the intellectual and the emotional and the intellectual tells you it's going to be okay. This is temporary but the emotional tells you know it's not it's forever and day by day it's getting worse and you are becoming a burden and everyone you love will slowly pull away and then you're going to end it. All that out comes at me can throw in addiction and health issues etc. So that's where i'm at. How are you. i'm glad i said that though there's part of me that's really self conscious because i don't want people to worry about me also called my girlfriend and is very comforting to talk to her because she i feel seen and heard and supported by her and i am surrounded by people who love me and care about me and i'm very grateful to have that and i've worked hard to surround myself with people who loved me. You know. a lot of the work was finding out what's healthy love. And what isn't what's codependent. What's eating toxic behavior anyway. I'm going down a bit of a rabbit hole. But i i don't know how how How many surveys. I'm gonna get to as i was kind of looking at these to put him in order to read them. I was like. I don't know if i can get through two of these fucking things because i am just I feel like tumbleweed with legs. There you have it. We are sponsored today as always by better help dot com online therapy and thank god. I'm talking to my therapist. donna tomorrow. Show helps me feel seen and heard and kind of work through the the stuff that i'm going through.

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"acosta" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica

Encyclopedia Womannica

05:54 min | 1 year ago

"acosta" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica

"Hello from wonder media network. I'm jenny kaplan and this is encyclopedia will manica all month. Were celebrating pride. Today's queer icon was a remarkable poet. Playwright and legendary costume designer known for her old fashioned sense and commitment to writing. Strong fam- roles. This daring advocate. Never shied away from tackling taboo topics. Let's talk about mercedes costa Mercedes da costa was born on march first eighteen ninety two in new york city to wealthy spanish immigrant parents as the youngest of eight children mercedes enjoyed freedoms. Many other girls did not. She wore boys clothes and she did boys activities until she was seven. She actually thought she'd been born a boy. At first mercedes parents gave her free rein letting her do whatever she wanted. But as mercedes became a teenager her parents support waned according to them. It was time for her to embrace a more traditional kind of feminity so they sent her to a convent. School in manhattan mercedes loathed. Her experience at the convent and soon began planning her escape before she successfully ran away. Mercedes told one of the nuns that she was neither a boy or girl mercedes said that she was maybe both and because she didn't know the difference she would not fit anywhere on earth. As a young adult mercedes became known throughout new york for her eccentric gender fluid style she would often pair amend suit cape and try corn hat with red lips a powdered white and short hair actress. Talulah bankhead who covered previously and with who mercedes reportedly had a brief affair. Dubbed mercedes countess dracula mercedes was as famous for her affairs as she was for her creative work if not at times more so as alice tokala set of her. Say what you will about mercedes costa. She's had the most important women of the twentieth century. Surprisingly one thousand nine hundred twenty mercedes married painter. Abram pool mercedes later recalled that she couldn't make up her mind and was in a strange turmoil about sex suffrage and her inner spiritual development in nineteen twenty seven mercedes published her most famous play jacob slovak which dealt with anti-semitism. The play was a hit on broadway and was deeply codified with queer references. Though the work was well received mercedes believed that because she was with a woman and from a wealthy family critics would never take her seriously in the nineteen thirties. Mercedes made her way to hollywood. Met actress credit garbo. For the next fifteen years mercedes and greta would have a passionate and turbulent relationship in nineteen thirty two mercedes wrote a screenplay draft for greta. Mgm executive irving. Thalberg axed the project. Because greta would spend the entire film dressed as a man. Whenever mercedes and greta fought in their relationship mercedes would return to her. Other lovers including marlene dietrich. In one thousand nine hundred sixty mercedes became seriously ill in need of money. She published her memoir. Here lies the heart though. The book never explicitly mentioned homosexuality. It alluded to relationships with women. She named his friends. Some of mercedes former lovers felt outed including eva. like elian and greta garbo. Both women cut ties with mercedes claiming she was a liar on may ninth. Nineteen sixty eight mercedes passed away in her two room. Flat in manhattan. She died in poverty and with little recognition. It was only after her letters. Poems and plays were rediscovered by queer youth. That mercedes became recognized as an important contributor to clear history today. Her memoir is considered a quintessential text of american lgbtq. I a history all month. Were celebrating cried for more on. Why we're doing what we're doing. Check out our newsletter. We'll manteca weekly. Follow us on facebook and instagram at encyclopedia. A manteca special things to lose kaplan favorite sister and co-creator talk to you tomorrow a high. It's jenny i'm so excited to tell you about a new wonder media network show called gravity. It's been a year of unthinkable loss and hardship. In light of this comes gravity. A show about what happens when we look at hardship differently host. Lucy kalaniiki is a physician widow mother and incredible interviewer who explores life's challenges with guests to frame them differently in conversation. Lucy and her guests share the wisdom. That helped them survive their hardest moments. Gravity is a full hearted and honest deep dive into everything that's hardship and all its messiness resilience and hope subscribe and follow gravity. Wherever you get your podcasts..

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Federal worker cut air traffic communications with planes

Balance of Nature with Dr. Douglas Howard

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

Federal worker cut air traffic communications with planes

"Employees find and put on probation for tampering with airport communications. Olin Costal will pay $5000 and sit idle for two years for cutting communications between air traffic controllers and planes flying above Honolulu Back in early 2019. A two minute outage effective communication with about 10 airplanes. Acosta was sentenced this week by a federal judge after pleading guilty to maliciously interfering with a federal communication system.

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"acosta" Discussed on The Win-Win Effect

The Win-Win Effect

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"acosta" Discussed on The Win-Win Effect

"Happy monday monday. Everybody and welcome back to another episode of the women podcast. I'm your host chris. Ross and if you're new to us welcome. I am incredibly grateful that you're join us for the first time the outcome were after on each episode of.

The best podcasts of 2020: Apple Podcasts unveil their shows of the year

podnews

02:52 min | 1 year ago

The best podcasts of 2020: Apple Podcasts unveil their shows of the year

"For the first time apple. Podcast is recognized a set of shows of the year. We have a full set from all major territories public. Radio dominates the winners including npr. For code switch. The bbc for the joe wicks podcast and in australia. The abc for the eleventh. You'll find it all linked from our show notes in our newsletter today apple podcast of also curated list of the biggest shows. Biggest new shows and editorial favorites. We have a list of those to your. Local list is also in apple podcasts. The number of podcast listeners. In italy is on the increase as new research from hip sauce. Thirty percent of sixteen to sixty year olds in the country. Now listen up from twenty six percent a year before. The data also says that fifteen percent of podcast listeners. This smart speakers the buzzes. Eric johnson. Formerly vox media has launched his own independent podcasting company johnson produced. Kara swisher recode decode. His new company called bumble cast and it'll offer consulting and produce original shows for the month of november bound sprout report that thirty two percent of their downloads into apple podcasts. The twenty five percent of download to spotify google third with two point six percent. The company tells us that after some tweaks to their algorithm this is a more accurate reflection of total downloads. Towel podcasts than previous data from the company. If you're missing. Joe rogan an exclusive. Show on spotify step forward. New website called spotty feed clever piece of code in which turns an exclusive spotify show into that. Rss feed fuse. Listen to on your normal podcast player. Yes the audio still comes from. Spotify service acosta's reiterated firmly believes in the open podcasting ecosystem ross adams. The ceo of the company highlights the importance of an open industry in a blog. Post today and a slow hand clap for music. Artists drum coon. Who's the author of an album on spotify deliberately built to stop google assistant from working properly. You'll see what we mean. If you follow the link from shaina it's send our newsletter today cared entertainment and peccadillo pictures present. American cody the unbelievable tale of a legendary day named elton kid. American kotei tells the story of a legendary man unlikely hero who crossed over a thousand migrants from mexico into the us. It's new today from westwood. One pagel pictures and imperative entertainments podcast division. And it might seem crazy. What i'm about to say but ferrall is launching his own podcast network other tone media is podcast other tone starts next week. I should make you happy

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"acosta" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

04:17 min | 2 years ago

"acosta" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"The Larry o'connor show possible is actually some sort of HM for the trump campaign is it possible that Jim Acosta is actually here in on the joke probably not since the joke is literally on him I'm sure you know the story by now of president trump tweeting out a video that was made by the great Twitter account CarPlay dont them but he keeps getting in trouble this guy that's why we like him he's very funny he's very clever he makes great memes and this meme involved a yacht a little black boy chair no he's my little white boy chasing a black boy down the street and and the you know the caption was doctored obviously everybody knows that it was it looked like a CNN Chiron and it said you know racist white boy probably trump's supporter you know terrorizes black or something like that Jim Acosta is very upset about this Jim Acosta most humorless man in America today with Kaylee mac in any the press secretary you need to hear this last night president of tweeted out some fake videos of one of which was labeled manipulated media it was labeled manipulated media by Twitter because you wouldn't have figured it out otherwise the truth is it's insanity I've got just pause for a moment hi Jim Acosta is the I believe his title is senior White House correspondent for CNN the cable news network he has the privilege of being able to attend the daily briefings of the White House press secretary ever been a frequent briefings I shouldn't say daily because not always daily and she he has the opportunity to ask questions to elicit information for the American people to better inform us of the policies of the executive branch of government I we're living in a time of a post pandemic crisis here in the country economically and socially we are living in a world where we have increased tensions with China we have increased national security concerns around the world and we also have some serious domestic issues going on with the base over law enforcement where budget should be spent with regard to police think race relations are he doesn't ask anything about that he asked about the president tweeting out a funny meme video that's what he spends his time asking the press secretary about up on Twitter why is the president Cheri's faith videos on Twitter about two toddlers who are obviously showing a lot of love for one another it seems as though he's exploiting children to make some sort of crass political point it seems as though he's exploiting children to make a crass political point this from the cable network there is I believe still being sued by next admin and the kids at Covington Catholic high school or they've settled it and they settled it because they exploited those children for their own crass political point of view but well I'll I'll let her know you see sharing fake video he was making a point about CNN specifically he was making a point that CNN has regularly taken him out of context that in twenty nineteen C. N. N. misleadingly aired a clip from one viewpoint repeatedly to falsely accuse the Covington boys are being put students in magnet here harassing a native American elder that's interesting video of misleading video about children I have really grave consequences for their future so so you're saying it's OK to exploit two toddlers hugging one another on a sidewalk to make some sort of political point are you I mean that has you know the president has described the members of the press as fake news during the course of this administration when you share fake videos like that doesn't that make you fake news I think the president is making a satirical point that was quite funny if you go and actually watch the video I think he was making it's here that the point is that it was a play on CNN repeatedly taking the president out of context what's funny about these two toddlers hugging one another again I ask.

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"acosta" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

05:42 min | 2 years ago

"acosta" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Is it in from did have one word when it came to me asking him about lebron is yesterday he was the White House and Jim Acosta and ladies find you somebody who loves you like in a hostile love's gonna cost over its unit Jim Acosta start shouting at him yeah search shouting at him from the back end from tree to pasta with the distinct which we have all become accustomed here we go I don't know my had never had a conversation that I remember with him so calls quiet you just have to take a look at the pictures you just have to take a look at the polls you see I don't need anybody so is it because they have this unfortunate habit of trying to talk over president trump and from shutting down of course this is a sign of the war on the media by the way the media are very upset today it's a war on the media among Republicans very upset at my cemex alley by like the senator from Arizona yesterday as I said on the show she called mondo Raju whose reporter for CNN a liberal hack now I'm no moraju I've seen his reporting and I actually don't think that he is one of more happy CNN reporters so I think that your margin the tally was either take off in a moment at C. N. N. generally or she was attempting to play a political game whereby she tax reporter in this is popular with the Republican base obviously the media went nuts over this year's Martha metallic calling on a rational hack of salvation the Senate consider new evidence is part of the impeachment trial I'm not talking to you you're not going to comment okay and then manner and the man a rash of course talk about this on Twitter isn't and all the rest of it my that's how it was on yeah it was on Laura Ingram show last night just pointing out that CNN is in fact a liberal hack network if you'd said that I'd be defending her like four square today because that is a that is a fact of life okay CNN is a left network and I'm so you're not proving their objective Chris formal in their network effective when you then go on air and you start berating Martha makes alley as though somebody just called youth radio and let me tell you he's not freedom no one should ever use the word freight to describe Chris Cuomo freight is like the N. word for Italians that's what Chris Cuomo has said so in here's not radio explaining why it's very bad to say mean things reporters that's what was so upsetting about make Sally today there's a woman with a homemade record of service to this country and she really acted like a punk today she did a disservice to herself and they think that she holds which is John McCain which he was elected point shoot what he lost into a right I got through a fluke like some would say trump one but that sold on the show minor Raju is not a liberal hack he is a very well respected seasoned reporter asking a legitimate question she couldn't answer if you can't stand the heat then get out of the appointed kitchen I mean it in that that sort of by is on scene and that's what you're talking about okay really should be directing her aired for Chris Cuomo and don lemon the twin pillars of dumb over over at CNN I will also point out that bill hunt Omar history minor Roger with nothing but disdain whenever he has a legit questions why by the way I said I don't think the moraju is actually about reporter so I I think that he's asking tough questions and I'm a grass what about the tough questions will have no market summarily dismissed by L. hand all mark I don't remember the I remember the media declaring that that she was acting like a punk do you remember that I remember that he I remember Chris Cuomo or down women suggesting she's acting like a punk in this particular exchange this morning the president tried what is wrong with you question about your tweet you had a tweet saying the present traffic in hate I yes I tweeted to you there's a response you can run that and have a nice day okay what is wrong with you are you serious what is wrong with you yeah so the pump there Chris well anonymous like at all I get the feeling that maybe you guys had liberal hacks like in the end it's Chris Cuomo and I wanted where the liberal hacks in all this the double standard is absolutely unbelievable well I will give points today to one member of left media upon whom I frequently at red been make fun of them all the time because Matt you don't have to say that yesterday and she said no intro it's about the witness is going to cover the Senate because Matthews right in her rumpled stepped come in there the show in a row lead anywhere I have drunk but this time I have broken and wanted to build out of my mouth the tangle read up my leg and out of my mouth and throat you said listen Democrats yeah they keep saying that they wanna call witnesses maybe call Joe Biden when a hunter Biden because Mackie's doing something unbelievable god god go we wanna yes center by not just to give up a chance to clear himself did you ever talk to your son about taking that contract with charisma did you have anything to do with them doing the jabber tell not to do it did you ever get it did you ever call you to ask you to do a favor for the sins of the relevant questions remain like it's all it's a it's a total side show it is strategy early now this whole thing is the Republican attempt to smear to bind you have to say with a fairly going after the moron family going absent good for Chris Matthews well for the first time a good for Christmas is right that is right coming up Joe Biden coming under attack again for his family members using his name yeah this was a thing guys this is a bunch ABC has dependable traffic right now sponsored by spectrum business northbound side of the one ten right around stadium way here's a stall middling blocked already backing up the century Boulevard west found ninety one right at the fifty seven right lane blocked with a crash delays here through Raymond east street ten freeway west at maple in downtown LA working with an accident now also seventy one south grand to get another action with the opera block back up to Chino Avenue next.

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"acosta" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"acosta" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"You missed mark Lubin you missed lane go I thank you for taking my call I just had a couple of comments one about Jim Acosta he scented jackass and so disrespectful to our president and pelo see all my god I just about died when I heard her say that the president should be in jail where is the respect where is there and six it's just so degrading and being from California it's insulting but I think hello see his disrespect for all of us she is this respect for the constitution the rule of law and as much as she tries to dress herself in it we must reject it we must call them out I just want to thank you for inspiring all of us to stand up for what we believe in well you're a sweetheart thank you and I appreciate it let us go to John this go Hey markets it was so great to see you yesterday we were so my wife and I were sold excited to meet you you know she finally got to me and she was like right it was an act that was that was outstanding wow and the people are just they're fantastic people that are there when you came in your uniforms I see here right yes Sir you were terrific yes other we we did that in honor of you who is in my opinion the greatest living patriot on the face of the planet and my wife agrees and you know since you started listening to you all all all of the stuff that you learn from you it's just it's just unbelievable well I want to thank you John an end you can back me up was that not an unbelievable event in wonderful okay traffic around outrageous you know and then all of the things that happened you know we we weren't able to get tickets but at the last minute you know they said Hey they got a couple left then then we went down to each of your system to our back right behind us well yeah well I'm glad you got there it was an honor to meet you and I meet all those other folks and god bless you take care of yourself tell you folks I wish all of you could have been there would have been outstanding and you would see mark Lavie in weekdays three PM to six PM on one a one point five FM seven twenty AM KGW N. dot talk of Las Vegas yeah council.

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