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1 dead, 1 hurt in Texas school shooting; suspect arrested

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00:36 sec | 2 d ago

1 dead, 1 hurt in Texas school shooting; suspect arrested

"One person is dead and another injured in a Texas school shooting. Police say one student is dead and another is injured after a shooting outside a Dallas area high school. The suspect also a student has been arrested. Police say the shooting began Monday just before 7 a.m. outside of Lamar high school in Arlington before many students were on campus, one student was injured by gunfire and later died. The other was hurt by debris in his receiving care for injuries that are not life threatening. It was the first day back at school following spring break. I'm Shelley Adler

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2 students hurt in Texas school shooting, suspect arrested

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00:36 sec | 2 d ago

2 students hurt in Texas school shooting, suspect arrested

"Two students have been injured in a Texas school shooting, officials say two students have been injured in a shooting outside a Dallas area high school and police say they've arrested the person suspected of opening fire. Police and school district officials say the shooting began Monday on a high school campus in the suburb of Arlington, just before 7 before many students arrived. One student was injured by gunfire and another hurt by debris. Police say the suspected shooter never entered the Lamar high school building and was arrested soon after officers got there. I'm Shelley Adler

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Officials: 2 hurt after shooting at Texas school

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00:35 sec | 2 d ago

Officials: 2 hurt after shooting at Texas school

"A shooting at a Texas school has left two people injured. Police in Arlington, Texas say two students were injured after a shooting at a high school where the suspect is in custody. News outlets reported that the shooting happened on the Lamar high school campus in Arlington outside of school building, the fire department reports the two injured students were getting medical care, but their conditions were not known. Today was the first day back for students after spring break, a spokeswoman says the school was placed in lockdown and once that's lifted, students will be released for the day. I'm Shelley Adler

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Thousands of LA school district workers to hold 3-day strike

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00:47 sec | 6 d ago

Thousands of LA school district workers to hold 3-day strike

"Thousands of LA school district workers will hold a three day strike next week. They had it right when they said that during the pandemic, they were the heroes and now they're zeros. Teacher Holly Amos telling KBC members of the Los Angeles unified school district are frustrated by stalled contract talks. We're asking for a race for our paychecks. We're asking for a raise for lunch workers as yet SEIU 99. We're asking for smaller class sizes. Repairs on buildings, school programs, better care for our students. Union leaders announce workers will go on strike for three days next week, starting Tuesday, the school superintendent said he was prepared to meet quote day and night to prevent that work stoppage. I'm Shelley Adler

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US pregnancy deaths dropped in 2022, after COVID spike

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00:47 sec | 6 d ago

US pregnancy deaths dropped in 2022, after COVID spike

"New data says the deaths of pregnant women fell in 2022. The CDC says fewer women die during pregnancy last year than in 2021, when COVID-19 was a bigger issue, but the improvement is not good enough according to doctor Elizabeth chiro, who is the chief medical and health officer for the March of dimes. We really look at the trend and we're seeing the racial disparities in maternal health. So these disparities aren't explained by differences in age or education, but these are chronic inequities and unequal access to quality care is contributing to all of these higher rates. And it doesn't help that many clinics have been forced to close across the country. It's a crisis in the United States. And I think we're just beginning to talk about it. And I think it's been a struggle. I'm Shelley Adler.

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Confirmed: Global floods, droughts worsening with warming

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00:47 sec | Last week

Confirmed: Global floods, droughts worsening with warming

"A new study says the intensity of extreme drought and rainfall has sharply increased over the past 20 years. The data comes from a pair of satellites known as grace, which stands for gravity recovery and climate experiment. They were used to measure changes in the planet's water storage. The researchers say the data confirms that both frequency and intensity of rainfall and droughts are increasing due to burning fossil fuels and other human activity that releases greenhouse gases. Researchers looked at just over a thousand events from 2002 to 2021 using a novel algorithm that identifies where the land is much wetter or drier than normal. The study is published in the journal nature water. I'm Shelley Adler

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Biden tells US to have confidence in banks after collapse

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00:50 sec | Last week

Biden tells US to have confidence in banks after collapse

"The president tries to boost confidence in the banking system. Americans can rest assured that our banking system is safe. President Biden after the swift and stunning collapse of two banks that prompted fears of a broader issue. His reassuring comments are key, says Mark Hamrick. He's the senior economic analyst at bankrate dot com. I think it's been an important message from the administration, the treasury, the Federal Reserve, the FDIC, the collectively they're saying that depositors should not have to worry. The collapse of the two banks also creates a challenge for the fed when it meets next week. The now has to try to thread a needle between trying to accomplish its dual mandate, which is maximum employment and stable prices or to bring down inflation, but also to help to ensure the stability of the financial system. I'm surely Adler

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That's an error: NYC road sign is spelled 'Jakie' Robinson

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00:40 sec | 3 weeks ago

That's an error: NYC road sign is spelled 'Jakie' Robinson

"On New York City road sign is quickly replaced after a former baseball great name was misspelled. Swing and a miss for the New York City Department of Transportation, while trying to honor former baseball great Jackie Robinson. They spell the Hall of Famers first name J a ki, the signed spotted Sunday in Queens, featured a picture of Robinson over the words Jackie Robinson Parkway, the error was quickly called, and a spokesman for the Department of Transportation says the bot sign has been replaced. Robinson broke baseball's color barrier with the Brooklyn Dodgers in 1947. I'm Shelley Adler

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Study: Back-to-back hurricanes likely to come more often

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00:39 sec | 3 weeks ago

Study: Back-to-back hurricanes likely to come more often

"A new study says back to back hurricanes that hit the same general place in the U.S. or getting more frequent. What used to be a rare one two punch of consecutive hurricanes hitting about the same place weeks apart seems to be happening more often. That's according to a new study that says climate change will make these back to back storms more frequent and nastier in the future. Using computer simulations, scientists at Princeton University calculate that the deadly storm duet that used to happen once every few decades could happen every two to three years as the world warms. I'm Shelley Adler

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'Take It Down:' a tool for teens to remove explicit images

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00:42 sec | 3 weeks ago

'Take It Down:' a tool for teens to remove explicit images

"There's a new online tool for teens to remove explicit images. It's called take it down and the aim is to give some control back to teens or older people with the ability to take down explicit images and videos of themselves from the Internet. The site lets anyone anonymously and without uploading any actual images, create what is essentially a digital fingerprint of the image, the fingerprint then goes into a database and the tech companies that have agreed to participate in the project, remove the images from their services. Its operated by the national center for missing and exploited children. I'm Shelley Adler

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FDA's tobacco unit pledges reset after criticism

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00:36 sec | 3 weeks ago

FDA's tobacco unit pledges reset after criticism

"The Food and Drug Administration is pledging a reset in the agency's tobacco program. The head of the FDA's tobacco center has promised to deliver a 5 year strategic plan by year's end outlining the FDA's priorities. The agency is responding to criticisms that its mission has been hampered by a lack of direction. The announcement comes as the tobacco center is besieged by criticism for its handling of both traditional tobacco products and newer vaping devices. I'm Shelley Adler

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An inflation gauge tracked by Fed accelerated in January

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00:39 sec | 3 weeks ago

An inflation gauge tracked by Fed accelerated in January

"The latest statistics show high inflation has not wavered. Numbers from the commerce department showed consumer prices rising .6% from December to January. That's up sharply from a .2% increased the month before. The report also showed that consumer spending rose 1.8% last month from December after falling the previous month. All the data provides the latest sign that the economy remains gripped by high inflation, despite the fed strenuous efforts to tame it, since March of last year, the fed has raised its key interest rate 8 times. I'm Shelley Adler

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Biden’s test: Sustaining unity as Ukraine war enters Year 2

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00:41 sec | Last month

Biden’s test: Sustaining unity as Ukraine war enters Year 2

"President Joe Biden is set to travel to Poland. President Biden will be meeting with allies to reassure them of the U.S. commitment to the region as Russia's deadly invasion of Ukraine reaches the one year mark, as White House National Security Council spokesman John Kirby said on Fox News Sunday, the U.S. will continue its support of Ukraine. We are going to stay committed to Ukraine going forward. And I think when the president, when you see him go to Poland next week in Warsaw, he'll make that case before the entire world and the Polish people. The president has underscored his commitment to Ukraine for both international and domestic audiences, but it's a commitment that's testing the patients of a narrowly divided Congress. I'm Shelley Adler

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Military finishes recovering Chinese balloon debris

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00:37 sec | Last month

Military finishes recovering Chinese balloon debris

"All of the Chinese balloon debris has been recovered. U.S. officials say the military has finished efforts to recover the remnants of the large balloon that was shot down off the coast of South Carolina, analysis of the debris so far reinforces conclusions that it was a Chinese spy balloon, officials say the U.S. believes that navy coast guard and FBI personnel collected all of the balloon debris off the ocean floor. This includes key equipment from the payload that could reveal what information it was able to monitor and collect. I'm Shelley Adler

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Abortion pill could be pulled off market by Texas lawsuit

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00:45 sec | Last month

Abortion pill could be pulled off market by Texas lawsuit

"An abortion pill could be pulled off the market by a Texas lawsuit. A Texas lawsuit could threaten the nationwide availability of a medication for abortions, which is widely used in the U.S.. The case filed by abortion opponents who helped challenge roe V wade seeks to reverse a decades old approval by the Food and Drug Administration, a federal judge appointed by former president Trump could rule on the case this month. If he sides with the plaintiffs it could halt the supply of the drug called mifepristone in all states, both with abortion bans and without, the plaintiffs argue the drug was approved too quickly, but lawyers for the FDA say, that's not true. I'm surely Adler

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In GOP-held Florida, Biden says no cuts for Social Security

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00:43 sec | Last month

In GOP-held Florida, Biden says no cuts for Social Security

"The president holds a rally in Florida. After strong GOP reaction on programs like social security and Medicare at the State of the Union. Now you may have seen we had a little bit of a spirit debated the State of the Union. President Biden took that same message to Florida's huge retirement community with this warning about senator Rick Scott. The very idea center from Florida wants to put social security Medicare and the chopping block. Every 5 years, I find to be somewhat outrageous. So outrageous that you might not even believe it. Sun setting retirement programs won't happen on Biden's watch. I know that a lot of Republicans are dream is to cut social security Medicare. Well, let me say this. If that's your dream, I'm your nightmare. I'm Shirley Adler.

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Ford returns to Formula One in partnership with Red Bull

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00:34 sec | Last month

Ford returns to Formula One in partnership with Red Bull

"For it returns to Formula One racing. Ford will be the engine provider for Red Bull Racing and a partnership announced that begins with immediate tactical support this season and engines in 2026, for it is the third most successful engine maker in F one history with 13 driver championships, the automaker is the first American engine supplier to return to the F one as the series is set to race 5 times this year in North America, with three of those events taking place in the U.S.. I'm Shelley Adler

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A surprising burst of US hiring in January: 517,000 jobs

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00:45 sec | Last month

A surprising burst of US hiring in January: 517,000 jobs

"The president says he's got proof that his economic plan is working. Not only were 517,000 jobs added last month, President Biden says some 12 million have been created since he took office. That's the strongest two years of job growth in history, by a long shot. And he asked as jobs continue to go up inflation is slowly coming down. Inflation is now falling for 6 straight months. Gas prices are down more than a dollar 50 a gallon since their peak, food inflation is falling as well. And inflation is coming down, take home pay for workers is going up. It's all positive news to talk about during next week's State of the Union. The State of the Union and the state of our economy is strong. I'm Shelley Adler.

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"adler" Discussed on Asian, Not Asian

Asian, Not Asian

07:42 min | 1 year ago

"adler" Discussed on Asian, Not Asian

"Welcome to another episode of Asian on Asian podcast. I'm your host, Mike new win. Today is December 20th, 2021. We're coming at you from the two places where Asian people come from, which is New York City and the San Francisco Bay Area. That's where we're from. And this episode is a little different because it's just me Mike to win today. Fumi, who's usually the co host slash main host is he is truly Japanese. And that means two things that one, he's truly Japanese and he's so Japanese to the core that when he goes on vacation, two things happened. One, he leaves his family completely and doesn't even talk to them. And two, he goes to hawai because that's a wild Japanese thing for him to do. Shout out to him. He's just chilling. And because he's away, and it's just me. And because I don't believe in myself because I'm a straight Asian male. I have two other people who are going to help me out with this. So it's a little bit of a different format, but we're bringing them on right now just because we can get it going. So first, welcome to the show comedian, musician, icon, Dylan Adler. I believe in you. I believe in you. This is why I have you on. That's why I have you on it. So you can tell me these things. And I'm going to need a lot of that. I'm going to need a lot of this, love it. Do you see this whole thing I just did? I actually had to write all that out. Because usually I just, I just go off the vibe of whatever craziness movie throws of me. I go, yeah. Sure, bro, you know, I just hit it right back at him. But without him here, I had to write everything down. That's how much I need to tell a prompter from my own fucking podcast is what's going on. All right, and that's welcome Dylan. Thank you very much for joining us. Thank you. And also welcome to the show comedian writer content Maven. And former tech Asian Jenny arimoto, what up? Oh my gosh, Mike, I believe in you kind of, but I believe in us more as a way, yeah. Okay. I'm a Japanese. We believe in the collective. Yes. Can I also say that I just realized I've just brought I've replaced one Japanese person with more Japanese people with more Japanese people. Yeah. Yes. But I did not know that was going to happen. And now I have even more Japanese people than before. You have a type. You have one and a half now. Do you think that's a thing? Do you ever think that sometimes to make the best combination, you need to have a jungle Asian and I don't know what the other fancy Asian oh fancy Asian and jungle Asian as Ali Wong said yeah. Right, yes. Do you ever think like the best duos can sometimes need to be like, okay, you need a Cambodian guy and a Hong Kong guy, you know? Yeah, because this is what happens. Right now, both Dylan and I just quietly nodded and we waited for the other person. I was waiting for Jenny to start. So we do need to kind of like, you know, waiting for people to speak and you know that the bowing and you know just you know that. And then the mix of the other Asian to balance that out. Exactly. I think it's perfect. Okay, perfect. Well, I will unbalance all of us by being the straight Asian male representation here. I had legit first thought about making this an all mic show. A show where as Joe was just going to be me, you know, like Bill Burr or something, except where I talk very quietly about the two things which I'm very interested in. One political economic theory and the other one is Brazilian jiu-jitsu. But then foo me he's vowed to always cut out any mention of jiu-jitsu, so the episode would have been like two minutes long. And it would have just been, it would have just been me quietly going like, so what do we think about the fed entering into ending its asset purchase program early and leaving the economy particularly? In a bad situation with fears of rising interest rates topping out at 1.4%. That's what I thought was going to happen. I'm going to be honest as I'm a fan of this podcast and I would have skipped that episode. Honesty. I appreciate that. Thank you. Thank you very much. Thank you very much. Once again, thank you, Dylan, and Jennie for joining. Are you guys ready to do this? Yes. Hell yeah. All right, the first thing we do always is we are going to talk about Patreon. What is Patreon? It's the best way to support those podcasts. More money means more opportunity for us to me and for me and for me to be able to do this full time. I don't know if that'll ever happen, but with your money, we get we get an editor. We have a producer. We have all sorts of people who can help us out. And then we use the money also to cover things that we need to pay for. So for example, God willing, we're going to go to SF sketch fest. That's in like a month. But we can use the money for covering expenses like that. And it's a great way to support the pod. You get plenty of rewards, shout outs, we signed two DMs. There's bonus episodes. It's a lot of fun. And one of the fun things that we do if you're a Patreon supporter is we guess your ethnicity, very racist game, but foo me and our excellent at it. And since we are not here, I'm going to I'm going to incorporate Janie and Dylan into the problematic race guessing game. I think our fans are starting to fuck with us. Because you can put all sorts of names in there, or omit all sorts of names. So here's the first one. Eddie Alice. Oh my God. Those are two things. Yeah, right? Yeah. Okay, it could be its potentially, I didn't look into it because I didn't want to cheat, but this could potentially could be two people. That sometimes happens where couples will go in together because, you know, hey, it's tough out there for millennials to make money. But Eddie Alice, what do we think? Go ahead, just riff. What do we think? Asian boy Eddie white girlfriend Alice. Yes. That's kind of what I'm feeling. Imagining a cool artist type, then that they're like art name. You know? Oh. It's like, yeah, I go by Eddie Alice. Yeah. Oh, shit. They work with sand somehow. Yeah, they look a sand. I see it. They don't refer to themselves as a couple they didn't refer to themselves as an idea, you know, that kind of thing. So yes. Yeah. You guys are idea Asians. Let's go with that. It's not just comedy and music and poetry across you cross the line Dylan. Oh, that's terrible. Yeah. Okay, hit this next one. Just David? Come on. David. Yo, just go over the vibes. Go with vibes. What do you feel, David? Yo. Damn. Okay, it's David Chang. David Chang. David James. Yes. Nice one, David. You know what? I 100%. I'm not even joking. I'm pretty sure you got it right. I'm pretty sure that's just the energy of our fans as David Chang. So Chinese David Chang. Okay, here's another one. 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"adler" Discussed on Around the House with Eric G®

Around the House with Eric G®

06:07 min | 1 year ago

"adler" Discussed on Around the House with Eric G®

"The house. Welcome to around the house with eric. Caroline will talk home and permit and everything around the house every single weekend. Mash sure yes. In the studio argentina ari in new york. The man on music out there. We are such great fans of of guns n. Roses and you have been touring with steven adler well rushing it. My friend welcome. Thank you so much. Thank you for having me. I'm so happy to be here. Tell us how so start us off. How did you get touring with steven adler like. How did that process happen well. Stephen came to argentina. Nine two thousand and sixteen he played with guns and roses as a guest here in a big stadium and well here in argentina used to have to bents. One was an original material band. And dan i had given roses tribute sam so after the janssen roses show steven went to a bar where i was playing with my band and onstage and we played at hall appetite for destruction people went crazy. It was so fun and steven was really happy and he couldn't believe what was happening. You know two years later. I received the call. It was stephen saying a man want to show him. I am so. I grew up with stephen known. I had gained roses posters on the walls of my role and so for me. It was like a dream. Yeah it was a dream come true. It's like the movie rockstar. Right on my walls man alive. I see you've been playing with some other rock stars like jeff pilson and some of those other guys out there too man. He's such a nice guy. I love ship legend. Eric and i met very organically that way too. So we were both doing home improvement settings and we were both national experts and then we organically came together. This energy was just great. So it's funny how that happens right. It's meant to be like totally meant to this great. So how is it like this this summer tour in the us and getting to go out and and post cova d- play play rock shows again. It was awesome. Yeah with all the colored situation it was so long for musicians you know and we were really waiting for that situation to be able to connect again where with the audience and being able to tour again was so so nice. You guys got. I saw on youtube. You guys got to play some serious. Bigger outdoor rock shows too. I mean it was. You got to play some big shows. And i love that. We're three festive. All with play it a couple of shows with boston bath rum skid row highs. We'll play ruck timbre fast. If all we played a freeman street in in vegas showers awesome. It was more than for fourteen. Thousand people was huge saw. That video was excellent. The crowd was good. It was so much fun. You know how i got connected with you are. What's that my girlfriend is she. We went to the university of southern california together. She's an excellent guitar. She's she was at your show at the whisky liam was. That was that m three. She met you i think. Now what was it called the rain. The rain play the rams venue so she was there and she's like you gotta get him on the show. She's like he's amazing. So that's how you keep so a fan came to me and said hey get him on the show. He's awesome so cool. I love the rainbow. There's so much history at the rainbow one of my southern california hangouts. Whatever i'm down there. I'll go in and grab a whiskey inside that place you know. It's such a sexual legend of rock in that block and a half right lounge absolutely. It is absolutely is and that's the great part of that. So what's it like. You're born and raised in argentina. Right and then coming up to the states has got to be interesting going between those two countries because both are beautiful in their own. Why what's the differences between living in argentina. And then come into the states to rock shows because you guys know how to rock down there as well. Don't get me wrong for me. The biggest difference. Being a nasution and touring is that in the states. You get a lot of big cities hearing argentina. We have one cyrus is our biggest city and then we have life three more of four more big cities that it's not the same touring argentina than touring the us because in the you got so many big cities so many grave band news a lot of festivals and here in argentina who have all the.

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"adler" Discussed on Smart Podcast, Trashy Books: Reviews, Interviews, and Discussion About All the Romance Novels You Love to Read

Smart Podcast, Trashy Books: Reviews, Interviews, and Discussion About All the Romance Novels You Love to Read

03:00 min | 1 year ago

"adler" Discussed on Smart Podcast, Trashy Books: Reviews, Interviews, and Discussion About All the Romance Novels You Love to Read

"Adler i am an author mostly during the new adult had some of those novels well and i also downs at website called. Lgbtq reads and which curates alabi tq s. book rex for all ages and walker. Busty bucks And among my books are most recently my not well cool for the summer bisexual. Greece of better lives to exist Right before that ahead and anthology also madness lies which is all rematch innings of sierras. Works in coming up. I have a Sports romance also. Why called home field advantage. Trion june twenty two twenty two and then right after that will be another anthology hall at midnight which is all fairytale reimagining so generally busy laws things ask you about here first of all i'm going to sound like such a creeper that i'm like stocking your instagram. But i saw you just got shiny brand-new bound manuscript of your book i did. I'm so excited about it. I can't even sell you. Why like poland's he is was over eight years and it like it was literally written over courses to departments Wow is basically. I never would have finished. Is except that i have maternity. Leave our finish last year. And so that's how i was able to do it but it was just struggled to You know there were all these things. I kind of wanted it to be an couldn't get it all together with what the book commuted to beyond what was going to be a really direction so it took some time and some outside counsel But i am so happy to hold home. Guild advantage my hands. I can't get over it as soon. Why will readers find inside homefield advantage. They will find the story of a romance between in a siren. Cheer captain and the schools new very welcome first female quarterback they will find your solidarity. these cheerleaders. best friend is also a ball team. He had sort of a foments going on for several reasons. Not least of which is to keep them both. Oposite and the florida panhandle. So you know. They're sort of biding their time until they got somewhere. That's a little bureaucratic so you will definitely find that. It's you'll kill the which i actually had done for. Romance were the two characters in character of interest right only done where their friends and so that's new for me was just really fun Yeah and you will find all annual five cheerleading and you will find his inner flirting act and a year bowling alley and sort of like of your grandmother lives in a taurean. Gothic ronco.

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"adler" Discussed on 70 Over 70

70 Over 70

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"adler" Discussed on 70 Over 70

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"adler" Discussed on 70 Over 70

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"Is basically fuck off. Let me just sort of. It's a form of fuck off business. That the that that kind of confidence right that kind of like declarative definitive writing says this is what i think. You cannot like if you want to. But i thought about it and this is where i've arrived a shy slightly less comfortable person off the page. Yeah i would imagine that getting an taken out. Your newspaper would be pretty uncomfortable. There is this thing. And i'm sure you have to about trying to move value some kind of value. It's a point of writing piece of any kind unless you think there's something in there. It's very hard to right. If there's nothing in there. Or but but i think a lot of people do they sort of say. Well i have to write this piece. I write this piece. And i think this is what i think. And they've say predominately. But i were pretty hard in that one sense of saying will what year i mean. Why should why on earth should anybody read this piece and quite often. It's hard to find an answer particularly right reviewing movies every day but often enough. I thought oh wait now. This is really what i'm doing and so if people don't like that i can't help it but this is what i do and i. I just wanted to be fairly confident that there was something in the writing. And i guess i never. I don't write unless i have that arguing that up. Oh well My oldest brother said. Are you going to do this for all your life and then i thought you know enough. It's been you know as it was. It was more than a year right so it wasn't that i thought but it was always a question money. Stop this because it's just thought it was just crazy to be a critic movie critic particularly every day of your life with an opinion about every movie by everybody and that's twenty opinions for one thing you put out a collection of your of your criticism and in the introduction. You had this line that that Really stuck with me. I've been thinking about which is basically like having too many opinions on too. Many things is a sign of of huxterism. Well i think it may be true and according does make sense reporting every day does make sense because you're telling a story which is true every day that you think there's some reason that people can now right. Yeah the idea was difference between going out every day and reporting things and learning things and formulating opinion on everything that comes roster translates. It's just it's a bad sign if you find if you find me yeah well. It was also validating. Because i don't have an opinion on a lot of stuff no no and perhaps when really shouldn't i wanted Talk about this a little bit more. Because you've written critically about the times the new yorker was your home for a long time. You wrote a book that had a lot of critical stuff about it critically about people you work with. Oh see that's a very important issue for max. Okay because here's out first. here's record. Oddly enough i mean even people who liked my work have said you know. She has the courage to bite the hand that feeds or whatever. It is nothing like that happened. I was such a defender of the new yorker that i was doing even in my reviews at the time i was saying this writers and i was almost almost a hired gun for the new yorker because the new yorker did not engaged polemically with anybody but oddly enough if somebody was attacking new yorker. I don't know how put this. They might have me to reckless. Okay day okay. I mean something we did. But it's how it came out understand. And i was completely loyal to it and i loved it. I mean in that way that people do then it changed. Magazine changed the magazine changed. And i you know with the my book came out. I didn't mean to write a book about the new yorker. I just noticed that people that i liked and i thought liked me really did not and never had and i think it was partly to do with when i went to the times and did the movie reviews because it had to do with the notion of fame and i mean who knows what and they hated my fitch. I mean there are people who hated me there which i for. Some reason did not know right. I thought these are you know perfectly nice people in their friends. I didn't know it. And then i started being attacked in book after book. For instance one book said the beginning of the end of the new yorker was the pieces fiber. Not adler about the westmoreland and sharon trials which she bulled through i couldn't believe through its new yorker but secondly it's not what i do i mean it was really it was an attack everywhere and so i thought gee you know i don't think the new yorker i think a better have my own protection that is i'm gonna write my own new yorker memoir and it's just out there so by then. It was so completely defensive. i'd been virtually fired by the new yorker. I'd had very troubling time with new yorker. That is when they changed management. I mean whatever. When things have david remnant he was not a fan for exempt. Greeted him very warmly. Everything you know. I'm normally quite friendly. But then became a moment with us. They become the special counsel for the impeachment of clinton is that put out his report asked me is putting at an. I just have quite a lot of experience of impeachment inquiry because nixon inquiry. And you're the speech writer for the impeachment. But it got to be more than that. And so i said canada could i. When that comes out that report i mean nothing more boring than a report house report committee report as it could i review it and david remnants said to me frankly renata i i've just had too many monica lewinsky pieces and i thought look. There are a lot of things you can say a lot of things you can say if you're letting writer down easy but i don't write monica lewinsky and so i thought you know i just don't have a future here. It was about as hostile. A thing is possible to say. Was that the last time he pitch remnant last tried to rent them for the new yorker. Oh there was some question if ever writing anything for new yorker and in fact he wrote me a note or or the department wrote a note saying you know there's no point in renewing your contract or the contracts were meaningless. Didn't make any difference. What it did is it. Took away health insurance. And i've been there for forty years and i had a child so then i went off and taught but so that wasn't me attacking. The hand fed me. That was me trying to ben myself. So you're your understanding your assumption. Is that the problems with the new yorker from the new yorker side was with your work and possibly with this public persona that there began to be because it didn't 'cause it was a secret looming with a new yorker always. I think to be famous. So wouldn't you think perhaps as you started to accumulate some fame. Yeah which was related to take that critics job at the toes probably completely dependent on it. There was no other. There was no other. And that's not what we did but then also the fiction rejected every piece of fiction. I ever did you like the famous see. I wasn't famous. I wasn't famous. I was only famous within that. New york percents. Okay well did you like being famous within that new yorker sense. Yeah do you feel part of that world now which that world in which you were famous no but doesn't exist anymore different world anyhow a lot of its remnants of it still exists so this is this is different in. This is an interesting question. You.

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"adler" Discussed on 70 Over 70

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06:31 min | 1 year ago

"adler" Discussed on 70 Over 70

"The refrige- i wouldn't have known what to ask. I mean what could you possibly way to clear this. The plane it was just a flight out of be after you in a bunch of used. Refrigerators yes that's it you really. Oh yeah i've got. I've got the story me. I've got the story. But i thought i don't understand these refrigerators and then i thought my mother will be very relieved. That i'm still alive. So must have been pretty consistent thought. Yeah she looking back. She was pretty good about the stairs. He was really very calm and not have been very happy. If in my twenties. I was running around the world to war zones knowing that krista didn't seem like that but still it must have been on your mind. I wouldn't like it so much. My suddenly leaving for biafra. You might have a remark for to me. I almost hesitate to ask this question. Because i think it might reflect poorly on me by masculine. Anyway you describe yourself at that age. Doing this reporting naive is not the word that i wanna. I wanna use i want to. I don't know a better one weeding those stories. They're so confident. The work that came out of those experiences is so sure of itself that feels like a little bit of a gap to me. Does it feel to you or no when you mentioned it does. But the confidence wasn't there at all. And i don't think i have it in situations usually anyway. I mean i haven't much more than i used. When i was shy. You were shy when when you're in your twenties during the stories. Yeah yeah yeah yeah. I don't know the right word. How did that manifest itself for one thing. I didn't talk so much. And i had this sort of fear of meeting people and then i have this tremor anyway which i've always had so the question of getting a spoon if you really got the shakes. Say and you not. I mean at an age where people just assume. It's parkinson's and you can't get spoonful of soup to mouth because you're shaking. It was a form of nervousness. Maybe more than china's i don't remember i mean i'm i'm too different from what i was then to to know it. But your question about the naive in the conference. In the righty. Yeah here's the thing. It's a different person who writes. I guess it becomes a different person. Because if you if you're just going to be totally tentative and you say well you know something's seems to be going on in biafra and there are people you know. And i don't want to take sides or anything but that would be very weird. That would read weird. Yeah unless you're going to be fairly definite was writing. I mean. I don't think i right into situations in which i don't feel some confidence that what i'm reading is likely true. Yeah okay so you you had confidence that it was right but i wanna go back to something you just said. Which is that the writer in the reporter. I guess yeah for different people yes. I think it's right. There is a difference. Does one of them feel more like you. Yeah the non writer won the non rider one. So is that. Will i think about that a little bit more but it's an awfully good question because don't you sometimes feel that you are really several people. I mean this one who does this and there's the one who does that. Although i feel more confident about the confident person than i do about the. I don't know how i separate the my may not i. I've never separated them in this way in my mind of more separated them oddly into the writer of fiction writer of of nonfiction a-. Well what's that. What's what does that difference quick. Oh i mean that's just. It's just a coincidence coincidence. They're both the same tourist person. That's just. It's just weather things that happened. I wonder if that's true. I don't mean that to be quite so frivolous but it's really very different. Tell me about that. How do you think about yourself as a novelist versus yourself. A nonfiction rare. It's very interesting because sometimes in the fiction there is stuff. That's more literally true. Then what i could do in reporting about the same situation. So it's reporting but the minute you say it's fiction becomes. Fiction context is different. The meaning is different than meaning to me is different thinking of when you say that i think he it happened to me again and again in writing fiction that i would be telling a story and suddenly i would think this has to be cut off here before the goal point because it looks to like satire. That's gone too far. Actually that quite elephant happens. That happens to. I mean you just can't do far because it's too real because boxes. Too harsh no two two two four because reality is so much more extreme sometimes than what one can actually write without putting people completely off but it. It's a different problem because there are a lot of literally true stories in my fiction. But there's no way. I can do them completely in fiction either because it looks wild looks wildly so wildly improbable and not the better. Just cut it. It's too crazy even being a novel. That's right so you didn't feel like you're you're novels. Were kind of in conversation with your journalism. It'll never thought about it 'til this minute. Yes in another way. Sure in another way yeah house. I thought that you know having been a critic for so long having the whole thing backwards right. Actually what you i think. The proper order is maybe dried fiction. Maybe you get a job at a newspaper. Then you right reporting pieces and then you write criticism. I mean criticism is for all i mean. I don't mean for all people but it's the it's the end of the line is not the beginning of the line so to start out as a critic with all these opinions about everything you know in these views in these interpretations and then get to be a reporter which certainly at least that should be step one if one is not print and then but then i thought real writing real writers right. I mean there's so having been critic and criticized a lot of fiction after all and movies and stuff. I thought within you.

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"adler" Discussed on 70 Over 70

"Not adler a pleasure to have you here. Well great to be here. It's early in the day. It's a it's eleven ish and you told me that. Do much better early in the day. Yeah it's not that early max. It's okay but i don't know why i said that because i i it was true for years but right now it doesn't seem to be so true really. It seems may. Maybe i'd do better late in the day. I just know this. Listen to put it off again here. We are normally in the morning. If i right it's normally only in the morning and it's funny because that changes from when you're young i mean all everything changed from new young. No not everything but that for example being a night person you are night person as a young person. I think i was a night person. I'm or at least it was perfectly normal to right at night or right when you got home or something. Now which happen is i would think. Oh my god. It's seven o'clock in the morning the days already gone. How can i possibly were days already over. And that started to move back. And so i thought oh well you know. It's six o'clock in the morning and already in europe. It's i mean it just it just went on. We're done for so it's got earlier in earlier and then it became this imaginary thing being work only in the morning because you can't really say at four o'clock in the morning. Oh god it's four o'clock in the morning. Yes sir might as well. Just go to bed now. That's yes well. It was turning into that. Let's talk about night. Our not a younger writing at night. Renata if i remember her there was a radio program and it was just for night people. I forget what it was called but it was people who works at night and also for insomniacs and so This guy began to refer to them. I think as the night people became very possessive about the night people and they about him And he said what. I want you all to do tomorrow. What all night people will do. Tomorrow is go to their local bookstore and say that you're looking for book called i libertine. So many people went. I people in books shops would say we can't find it. There's no such bull and then there started to be such a demand that they'd say well we have on order and then somebody actually wrote a book called i. Libertine wanted it to be an exercise of power by the people who are up at night and it worked. Did you know no. Here's the probably ridiculous leap. I'm taking which is that. I went back and read all these pieces from the new yorker that you didn't in the sixties and marching from someone to montgomery in sunset strip and Nigeria that period. You were going all over the country looking for. I don't know am i'm interested. In what how you describe it. But i was struck by how present you seem to be in these places but not a part of these different historical things you know in the book. It looks as though. I was more prolific than i was so years would pass. You're talking about you're collecting those. Yeah so years. I mean i would go to. I would do nothing for. Or maybe i would do something or they'd be spells of doing something but so it wasn't sort of jetting around the world i'll grant you that Maybe you weren't always in like the thick of history for ten years. And maybe there were some would. I did try. I mean i did sort of happen upon it here and there. Yeah are you being self deprecating by saying you happen upon it or does that. Is that really how it feels to me like. I was drawing you to those places. Okay well it's it's slightly inaccurate. That is with selma. I really want to go How old were you when he was. I dunno one was similar was in nineteen sixty three. Probably twenty six right ochre. But i had just been doing unsigned reviews at the new yorker. Maybe by then assigned reviewed or so of books. And maybe a little bit of talk reporting. But i had never done any real reporting and i so admired reporters. I just thought rate so ask mr shawn weather. I could go sam. And he said them and march as it turned out is something that is easier for me as a reporter to cover because the structure is given that as you say on monday morning on monday at noon and the monday afternoon the monday night. So you'd have to. There's nothing abstract about it. There's a lot of striking things in that story. Particularly for someone my age to read about martin. Luther king as a living person joking around. Oh well sure. I mean that. That's not a side of him that I've seen very much. But there's this moment i think on the first night where everyone's asleep and you at two in the morning when talk to the people who were standing watch for some reason that made me realize that you are at twenty six year old. Who had somehow talked her way into covering this march for the new yorker and your was two in the morning and you're on the field in the middle of alabama in completely in the background in that moment just a quote unquote reporter talking to this nightwatchman. It's funny who's interesting even if you're not reporting but it just in the course of the day who's interesting and says interesting things and they are so i mean there's such a lot really. They're such a lot but being a security guard there. Yeah i'm sort of in a way not surprised to hear you say that because all those pieces sort of include these long descriptions of it's not banal but it's it's common experience covenant. People sitting around bored gets. It was astonishing to me that people were sitting around bored. So like you're baby sitting around a little bored in new york thing going to these places all over the world where it felt like the entire attention was focused on action. And you get there and it would be like a still kind of a little bit bored. I never thought of it. I never thought of it. But that's right. I mean time doesn't pass any differently or anything like that. Although i mean i must say those poor biafrans right because for them i mean. They were practically exterminated. That's what it was about and that's what people were doing. I just didn't happen at any particular moment to be in a place where something was blowing up. I'm interested in when you when you're in places like the offer That didn't have the kind of built narrative that some of the montgomery as i. You know you had this story like how how you knew you were done how you knew you were ready to go home. That's so interesting because of course nothing happened. That would explain that. I mean there's there was not a story line you know. Nothing was true of the situation. When i left it. That had not been drew. The situation when i went there. So what did i know. I have no idea because of course it couldn't have been scheduling because you couldn't fly in or out of it or maybe there weren't that many opportunities to leave. Because the i remember this very clearly i was taking the plan and to my surprise what was leaving on the plane with me. Move for some reason he was going to the ivory coast but it was out right. Getting out and the plane was full. Refrigerators being used refrigerators being exported from an i didn't inquire about.

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"Edition of removes. Podcast this is your host mark schindler as always before we get started today. If you have not already please be sure rate and review us over on apple. Podcast always want to hear from you and get your feedback actually just about fifty reviews so it'd be pretty dope so helps out of course rita's over premiums dot org as well. I am really psyched today. To continue some of our wnba coverage which i've been really enjoying getting into as the olympic break is ended in. I've actually had time to invest fully and and feel comfortable. And and what i'm talking about and i'm really psyched. Joined by someone who. I've really enjoyed starting to get to know and talk basketball with over on twitter and that's m. adler from over at the next soups covers the seattle storm. I'm how you doing today. I'm doing pretty well. Nice my sunny day colossi. How about you. it's good. I can't complain. My my dog is currently on bathroom. Strike which is very exciting. I never done this before. He's i thought he was done being a puppy. He decided this morning. He's not doing being puppy. We went on like a mile and a half walk this morning. So i'm not going to the bathroom like keep. But he wouldn't do anything else. It's probably tmi for podcast but you know what. I talk about this dog all the time we're here but alas yes we're here to talk about seattle storm who. I was obviously heart bikes wash yesterday. But on top of that soviet thousand had just absolutely incredible game I don't remember final stat line and it was close with thirty twenty game. She had nineteen thirteen at the half which we believe she finished with. Twenty nine points twenty rebounds and it was other four blocks and three steals or three or four three blocks. The i was the first twenty twenty three and three mystery something like that. She was pretty good folks. I think sylvia fowles pretty pretty damn good at basketball. We have a lot to dive into today. Just looking at where. The storm rat in general. But i think starting off with his game I know you caught the beginning of it this morning. I had to go back and rewatch a little. Bit too What were your thoughts overall. Big takeaways from the game Obviously this keeps the storm in third place but drops them a little bit farther back from from connecticut and jeez than las vegas up at the top But yeah i mean there was. There's a lot to take away from the game for sure. But i'm wondering where you were. You were coming away from this. So i think just on the biggest picture view. Think ankle a is this coupled with connecticut going beaten las vegas last night there. No three hour against the sun laurel. John gets pretty much one. See their schedule. It's pretty easy. The storm have a mix of sort of makes the play the sky a couple of times by liberty in the mystics. The mercury son might be rested their schedule. It's not gonna it's the easiest schedule in the league so whether they abide by at. That's in the air with this. But this loss. And then i think and i think looking at takeaways from the game itself. I think the biggest thing is obviously fouls at twenty nine twenty minutes. I think a lot of that speaks to the center match up and not take anything away from soviet feels like she got the point. She did because she is one of the best players in history..

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"adler" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

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08:37 min | 2 years ago

"adler" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

"As an adult especially growing up. So his approach was that all infants are born having a feeling of inferiority that that they're just born that way in every infant feels inadequate as much as their brain can process that you saying that feeling is there as soon as they're porn so he said in early experiences in childhood they need to gain the parents attention and and the parents have to give things to the child to help them survive in progress in grow and they have this this feeling of inferiority. They can't take care of themselves. Long story short okay. So he proposed that that they needed to compensate for weakness as children. We have to compensate for weaknesses by developing strengths in coping skills and and other things that will help us get through life so he says that the there're a couple of things that can occur during childhood. I'll go ahead matt on sorry. Is that why sports team sports are important for young kids so they learn how to work together. I think that's a big one and of also team. Sports is the. I think one of the most important things at team sports does it teaches people how to lose. Nobody should accept that but that that life is going to. They're going to be disappointments in life. And the sooner that you can get that embedded as a child that the easier. It's going to be later on us growing up. You know not everybody got a trophy right exactly. That's that's one of the. That's a big point that that if you don't if you don't experience difficulties or challenges as a child that's going to be hard to develop those skills when you're into adulthood. Listen i struck out. T-ball i know what it's like to lose okay. Oh own alright. You're not the only kid matt i. I helped coach t ball and and in little league. When when i when my son was going through the program and Yeah there there are a lot of kids that swung and mess on the t. I do the at shoot. You transferred out to golf. I swing and miss all the time. I with a lot golf absolutely. I don't do it very often. But you know it's just one of those things where it's like Yeah so so jealous about so. His his his theory was that if a child receives adequate nurturing and care that they're more apt to accept challenges and be able to deal with it and they can overcome things with hard work and according to his theory. That child develops nominally and and has the courage to be imperfect he also believes that birth order has a significant impact on how the child grows up and experiences life an impact on their personality. So this is where the whole theory of first born second warren oldest youngest child in different Attributes or different characteristics comes from avoir. So he had this is. This is funny. And i'll get i'll get to the fundamental but you know because he said firstborn children have inherent advantages because they're considered the the stronger. The older one there are typically seen as the ones that take care of the other kids and since the first one they usually had had no say tighter restrictions but the a lot more attention in in-involvement affront. Okay when you get into the second born. They feel like they're in the shadow of the oldest. Because they're coming behind they're not the first everything for the parents now as a routine. They've already been through. What's so the second children are what what adler says. There are always striving to be superior to the oldest kid which doesn't typically happen right so his his theories out of second mourners encouraged and supported. They'll be able to do well and that they'll be able to kind of start working with the oldest kid to kind of be equals. Let's say that. And he says his theory on youngest children. Youngest kids on family said they are in a constant state of inferiority see. they're constantly trying to prove themselves there. Are you know at the youngest child often doesn't excel because they don't they lack self confidence. They can become avoidance towards the other family members at least according to again adler theory now. Here's here's the biggest one only children according to adler this is quote only children. According to adler are also an unfortunate case to do to there. being the sole object of their parents attention. The only child becomes dependent to a high degree weights constantly for someone to show him the way and searches for support at all times. Wow yeah fuck yeah. That's that's that's a big issue for for only child according to adler anyway. Now your cousin just popped in from a trophy for it. Yeah oh yeah. I know my kid. Yeah alison says one of the other things about only children. They only they also come to see the world as hostile place due to their parents constant vigilance. Since they're the only child right. Yes oh wow so again. We're we talk about series. A lot is far as as therapy and psychology and and everybody kind of has everybody has a different approach has a different theory and i. It's interesting because all of these theories existed at one point and i think a piece of these theories existent therapy as it is today so i think going back and looking at some of these and more some of these famous things come from now. I don't know any therapist right now. Who organ just on a single approach or a single belief as far as a certain practitioner. Like i don't want anybody that's doing straight adler psychology or therapy or straight freudian. I mean that for sure because psychoanalysis will take years to complete sure so there are a couple of key differences real quick between freud and adler. Because everybody's kind of familiar with four eight. It's kind of measuring stick. People know a lot more about him so afraid always thought or proposed. That behavior is motivated by internal biological dr sex and aggression that drives everything adler said. It's motivated by social influence in trying to try to achieve something in social respects and being recognized by others for eight said people. Don't have a choice in shaping their personality and adler believe that people responsible for who they are Freud said president is caused by the past again the old traumas from early childhood affect everything going forward and then adler said present behavior is shaped by the future because people are looking forward and making plans and our goal oriented towards the future right right right so for and this is the biggest thing at this. Probably the big thing as far as adler goes for split personality and the components and we've all heard of it ego superego. Adler looked at an individual as a whole. And he did he believe in is what it's called that person as a whole and that they have everything in in in them to be able to succeed and move forward so the old though in to sum up adler and leary psych psychotherapy. It's like the overarching. Goal was to help the patient overcome feelings of inferiority that that was his big approach. Which in a way therapy nowadays does do that. We don't want people to be inferior. We want to empower them and encourage them so that that's that's like a big I guess it'd be component of adler that still exists in therapy. It's just That's not the sole thing that we look at right so that folks is is Adler yeah because you're good enough. You're strong.

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"adler" Discussed on Pod Cast Away - Gespräche mit Samson

Pod Cast Away - Gespräche mit Samson

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"adler" Discussed on Pod Cast Away - Gespräche mit Samson

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"adler" Discussed on Pod Cast Away - Gespräche mit Samson

Pod Cast Away - Gespräche mit Samson

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"adler" Discussed on Pod Cast Away - Gespräche mit Samson

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"adler" Discussed on Pod Cast Away - Gespräche mit Samson

Pod Cast Away - Gespräche mit Samson

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"adler" Discussed on Pod Cast Away - Gespräche mit Samson

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"adler" Discussed on Pod Cast Away - Gespräche mit Samson

Pod Cast Away - Gespräche mit Samson

04:32 min | 2 years ago

"adler" Discussed on Pod Cast Away - Gespräche mit Samson

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"adler" Discussed on Pod Cast Away - Gespräche mit Samson

Pod Cast Away - Gespräche mit Samson

03:53 min | 2 years ago

"adler" Discussed on Pod Cast Away - Gespräche mit Samson

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"adler" Discussed on Pod Cast Away - Gespräche mit Samson

Pod Cast Away - Gespräche mit Samson

04:28 min | 2 years ago

"adler" Discussed on Pod Cast Away - Gespräche mit Samson

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