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Fresh update on "allison" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:45 min | 11 hrs ago

Fresh update on "allison" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

"6 adults individuals 18 and over. Who have some affiliation with the school? We're determined to be suffering from gunshot wounds. They were all transported to local hospitals. Allison says two of those shot faced life threatening injuries. One person was released two others were waiting to be sent home. The other person does not have serious injuries. Russia is poised to formally annex parts of Ukraine. Occupied areas held a Kremlin orchestrated referendum to live under Moscow's rule, which he in the west denounced as illegal and rigged. Armed troops went door to door with election officials to collect the ballots, the results were widely ridiculed and characterized as a land grab following embarrassing military losses in Ukraine, WTO's national security correspondent JJ green cautions, though against reading too much into these events. Some say it's desperate because Russia and vitamin Putin can't take this territory right now, but a key European source told me today we should not get ahead of ourselves and consider this war and Russia's objectives lost. They could still win. It would be a long, bloody and costly war. And that's essentially what we've been told is coming. Coming up on WTO, a new Alzheimer's drug shows some hope for a possible treatment or cure. 1137. I'm bob or

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Allison Gill's Concern Over Trump Blackmailing America

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

02:05 min | 2 d ago

Allison Gill's Concern Over Trump Blackmailing America

"One of the things that the DoJ keeps harping on and the ODNI keeps harping on is that, you know, we have to find out where we still haven't recovered all the documents. There were 90 misses empty folders. And we have to continue this risk assessment. And it's linked to the criminal investigation because we have to know where this information went if it was compromised. The fact that it was just down in Mar-a-Lago in a basement means it is compromised. So it's going to, I think we're going to, you're right, we're going to find out a lot of really, really scary stuff. And probably stuff that we won't find out about because it's so top secret. Well, would you heard what Michael Cohen said that he has this stuff he stole to he will blackmail the United States government to get out of going to prison, that he will use he will, I will release these whatever it is nuclear, whatever information. I mean, that's terrifying. Yeah, and his lawyers were up there talking to Wyndham. Last Thursday at Maine justice, purportedly about executive privilege assertions over folks like Patsy baloney and pat philbin and Eric hirschman, who's a riot, by the way. I love him. More bombs per square inch than any lawyer I've seen on TV thus far. Fantastic. So it seems he seems a little DOM. He seems a little dummy. Give me the best effin advice lover up and give you. Criminal defense lawyer. How you doing? He's having some serious parties. So yeah, we just have to very carefully watch that. But you know, I'm wondering if and when he's going to make he's already made had somebody make a phone call to Merrick Garland saying, it's a nice country you got here. It's a shame if something happened to it. You know, so I'm wondering when the outreach will be if he takes these nuclear documents and said, boy, I have some interesting information on the nuclear weapon locations for England. Be a real shame if Putin found out about, you know, like when does it come?

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Fresh "Allison" from WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:30 min | 11 hrs ago

Fresh "Allison" from WTOP 24 Hour News

"It's expected to weaken further through Central Florida and experience still experience rather hurricane force winds. One Florida evacuee who came to the D.C. area was able to escape Tampa yesterday on one of the last flights out. After evacuating her home in St. Petersburg, Florida, Alice honeycutt went to board her flight, which was bound for Reagan national. It was a very strange thing being in the Tampa airport. She says everyone there seemed nervous. You could feel the sentiment of people getting away from the storm. And honeycut made it here safely and is now staying with family and hyattsville, she got out just in time. My flight was at three 40 and the airport was going to close at 5 o'clock. I was very nervous what I would do if that flight did not take off. Nick eying Ellie, WTO P news. In other news tonight, 6 people are in the hospital after shots were fired at an Oakland California school. This happened around 1245 Pacific time today. The Alameda county sheriff's deputies in California highway patrol entered the king estate school and started escorting students and staff out Oakland police assistant chief Darren Allison addressed reporters this afternoon. 6 adults individuals 18 and over. Who have some affiliation with the school? We're determined to be suffering from gunshot

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Allison Gill: Justice Is Coming for Trump

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

01:18 min | 2 d ago

Allison Gill: Justice Is Coming for Trump

"You said many were worried the judge cannon and Donald could delay the DoJ classified documents investigation for months as it turns out the delay lasted 16 days. Happy Saturday, that was happy floppy. And I retweeted. Yeah. I have said this before Allison. We just had our mutual our shared hunk, Glen kirshner. On Friday. And I really do feel like justice is coming. And I don't know which front and maybe all of them and when, but it certainly is there is a lot, as you always point out, for all the people saying nothing's happening, nothing's happening. A lot's been happening. Yeah, quite particularly that the hammer that tis James brought down in 222 pages of a lawsuit against Trump and his crotch goblins. And I'm exceedingly excited about that one because that, honestly, I mean, if he gets indicted, yeah, he should be indicted. We need accountability. We need rule of law in this country. But you know, he'll get like three to 8 years, maybe, and because, you know, he doesn't have a criminal history, believe it or not, he doesn't have a rap sheet. And he probably won't go to jail, jail, he'll probably be on home confinement so he can continue to have a Secret Service. This New York attorney general Tisch James lawsuit is what will break him.

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Fresh update on "allison" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:19 sec | 12 hrs ago

Fresh update on "allison" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

"61 Fredericksburg 55 eastern Maryland 64°, some parts of our area could be down to the 40s, middle 40s overnight. It's ten 40, 6 people are in the hospital after shots were fired at an Oakland California school. This was about three 45 p.m. D.C. time. The Alameda county sheriff's deputies in California highway patrol entered the king of state school and started escorting students and staff out Oakland police assistant chief Darren Allison addressed reporters this afternoon. As a parent

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Serena's gone, Open must go on: Kvitova, Pegula set rematch

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 3 weeks ago

Serena's gone, Open must go on: Kvitova, Pegula set rematch

"Men's second seed Rafael Nadal has posted his first straight sets win at the U.S. open this year moving comfortably past French veteran Richard Gasquet that on his way to a fourth round showdown with Francis tiafoe the hard hitting American advance of the final 16 for the third consecutive year in New York after a straight set upset over the 14th saint Diego Schwartzman Success also for American women's hopes Jessica pagola and Daniel Collins both reaching the open fourth round for the first time after solid winds They now join fellow Americans coco golf and Allison risk Armitage in the second week I'm Graham I gots

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Fresh update on "allison" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:58 min | 18 hrs ago

Fresh update on "allison" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

"Now with more CBS News, here's Monica Rex. Some European countries are stepping up security around gas and energy infrastructure after an alleged attack on major pipelines. CBS came in McCormick. Well, European countries investigate what caused the underwater leagues, whether it was deliberate or not The head of the Danish energy agency says far more than half of the gas left in the pipelines is gone and they will likely be empty of gas by the end of the week. Exciting results from a new Alzheimer's treatment, a study of nearly 1800 people found that the experimental drug significantly slows both cognitive and functional decline for those suffering from Alzheimer's. Doctor morani Doris Swami at duke university school of medicine says, top line results show highly significant improvements in multiple clinical measures. But he says some patients might have side effects, including microbleeds in the brain or strokes. CBS Allison keyes. Former CBS News White House correspondent Bill plant has died. He was with the network for decades, covering multiple presidencies. Did you make a mistake

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Leylah Fernandez, 2021 runner-up, loses | US Open updates

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | Last month

Leylah Fernandez, 2021 runner-up, loses | US Open updates

"Serena Williams has done it again at the U.S. I've been postponing her departure from the game with another thrilling win the 6 time former champion at the age of 40 now into the third round I actually had to fight for two hours and 27 minutes before posting a nail biting 7 6 two 6 6 two upset win over the second seed and at cultivate despite playing just 6 matches all year Williams is producing remarkable tennis and she has a winnable match next time round taking on the 46th ranked Australian wins also for cocoa golf medicine keys and Allison risk amateurs I'm Graham agar's

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Fresh update on "allison" discussed on All Things Considered

All Things Considered

01:19 min | 18 hrs ago

Fresh update on "allison" discussed on All Things Considered

"Is the deadliest year ever for migrants at the southern border. Some died in the backs of overheated trailers, others have drowned in the Rio Grande. Tomorrow on morning edition from NPR news. Tomorrow morning at 5 on 90.1 WAB. Live from NPR news and Culver City California, I'm Dwayne Brown. That's wind and heavy rain pounding Fort Myers as hurricane Ian made landfall this afternoon in southwestern Florida has a sprawling category four with sustained winds of 150 mph. That storm is heading inland now where forecasters say it's expected to weaken slightly but residents in Central Florida could still experience hurricane force winds. Here's Florida governor Ron DeSantis. We have 200,000 power outages reported throughout the state of Florida, but outside of Southwest Florida cruise are working to quickly restore power. Of course, 200,000 is a drop in the bucket for what's going to happen over the next 24 to 48 hours. There's going to be widespread power outages, particularly in Southwest Florida before the storm, about two and a half million people were ordered to evacuate an authorities say most did, but some decided to stay. As part of a new national strategy to end hunger and reduce diet related disease, President Biden announced a goal today to make public school meals free for all children. NPR's Allison Aubrey reports another strategy is to develop new food labels to empower people

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Jerry Allison, drummer for Buddy Holly, dead at 82

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | Last month

Jerry Allison, drummer for Buddy Holly, dead at 82

"Drummer Jerry Allison of Buddy Holly and the crickets has died at the age of 82 I'm Archie's are a letter with a look at his life That's the opening to the song Peggy Sue Jerry Allison's drumming inspired countless musicians and he ended up marrying the real Peggy Sue Allison realized that percussion was not restricted to drums on the song every day he's hitting his knees with his hands on not fade away he's playing a cardboard box After Buddy Holly's death in 1959 the crickets continued as a band backing the Everly brothers and Waylon Jennings

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Allison Gill on the Danger of Unsealing Trump's Mar-a-Lago Affidavit

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

01:54 min | Last month

Allison Gill on the Danger of Unsealing Trump's Mar-a-Lago Affidavit

"We are what is this? Oh, 10 o'clock our time Pacific, right? Federal magistrate judge Bruce Reinhart said that as a hearing over whether to unseal Trump's Mar-a-Lago search warrant affidavit, what are your, first of all, this never happens. This shouldn't happen. They're trying to find out who the witnesses are and what's going on so that they can F this investigation, right? I mean, what do you think's going to happen? Absolutely. A 100%. Otherwise, Donald wouldn't be calling for his own civil rights to be violated. By releasing this affidavit, we usually do that after we charge somebody because constitutionally, everyone has a right to defend themselves against their accuser, and if they're not charged, then that right has been taken away. So that's why Mueller didn't call obstruction of justice because he couldn't indict the former president. And didn't want to run afoul of constitution and the accused rights, which are very important. But I think that the coolest thing about this is that they're not going to unseal this affidavit. And Christina bob had both receipts of the things she was calling to have released. She signed him herself. And so now they're going to be like, no, you can't. I think the judge is going to say no. You can't have this affidavit, and the most interesting thing in the DoJ filing against releasing this affidavit is they said, not only will this wreck this investigation and violate Donald's criminal rights, but it could chill some of our high profile witnesses against testifying in other high profile cases. Of course. And I think they're talking about philbin cipollone, testifying in the January 6th case. Which so in one filing and one fell swoop, the DoJ confirmed they're doing an ongoing criminal investigation into the missing documents and an ongoing criminal investigation into Donald Trump about for the January 6th stuff.

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Allison Gill Doesn't Like What Is Happening With the Weisselberg Case

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

02:12 min | Last month

Allison Gill Doesn't Like What Is Happening With the Weisselberg Case

"As we speak literally a couple minutes ago, former Trump organization CFO Allen weisselberg has pled guilty in a tax fraud scheme after reaching a deal with the Manhattan DA. So yesterday, I admit to being, you know, a little bitch, a little salty bitch. Because on the surface, it was like, he got, he was going to get 5 months and no cooperation, right? So what has happened here, Allison gill, explain what you think is going on? Yeah, I don't know, but I'm still veruca salt about it. I hate this deal. Why did they need to give him a hundred days in jail in order to get this? So he's flipping after they had already indicted the Trump organization. It's like you had a slam dunk cases on both of these. Trump org and weisselberg, why do you have to give him just 5 months to get his testimony? And the drum board case. I don't like it. Yeah, that's what I mean, but it still means that he can't take the 5th now, right? He has to testify in, what is the difference? Do you understand that? And he's not cooperating against Trump personally, but he's a cooperating against the Trump organization and he can't take the 5th, right? Well, he is not supposed to be able to take the 5th, but that doesn't mean he just won't be full of, I don't recalls and. The prosecution might not even use him as a witness. I mean, he is a piece of criminal. He's a career criminal. A lot of cooperating witnesses are. And that shouldn't stop the Department of Justice or the Manhattan DA in this case. From using that testimony against another entity or in another case, but do you remember the whole Manafort Rick Gates thing and how the jury convicted him without Rick Gates's testimony was just based on the documentary evidence and these were both slammed up cases and I just, I feel like it's probably got a lot to do with when done and pomerants walked out resigned in protest back in January. I just don't like what this office is doing. They're taking a very light handed approach to this and I mean a hundred days for 15 tax crime felonies. What?

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Atlanta's image challenged by facts of 1906 race massacre

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 2 months ago

Atlanta's image challenged by facts of 1906 race massacre

"A grassroots coalition is working to restore the legacy of Atlanta's 1906 race killings to public memory Part of that is acknowledging it was a massacre says an hill Bond who leads a change the name campaign In order for Atlanta to truly influence the global world as it says it does have to make amends with his past More than 25 lives were lost when a mob of 10,000 whites chased and beat blacks Allison but timba with Fulton county remembrance says the massacre doesn't fit Atlanta's image of a movie utopia There's this idea that it's the Wakanda instead she says it has the same history of racism and then some of other U.S. cities they're hoping to acknowledge that and change the narrative I'm Julie Walker

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Rep. Eric Swalwell Says Republicans Have Chosen Chaos

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

01:33 min | 2 months ago

Rep. Eric Swalwell Says Republicans Have Chosen Chaos

"Good morning, representative swalwell. Good morning. Good morning. I was just in a judiciary committee hearing. We call that the land of misfit toys because it's including the likes of Jim Jordan, Matt Gaetz and others. So this is a welcome and refreshing recovery. Listen, can we tell you that calling you an alpha liberal is the highest compliment because on TV on Twitter, you show Democrats how to fight. How to take it to these Republicans. You tweeted that. You said worse the land of misfit treasonous toys could get more populated of some of these mega Republican candidates win. Right, and you just went through the whole bunch of them that have threatened violence in their campaign ads, right? And I just sat through a hearing with the assistant attorney general where the Republicans are protesting that the Department of Justice is looking at people that threaten violence at school board meetings. And they can not draw the distinction between someone who would show up peacefully and passionately to talk about their kids curriculum. And the over 220 cases that Reuters has recently identified of incidents where school board members are being threatened and look, this is a lot who now is more comfortable with violence than voting. They'd rather see chaos than community. And we can't call them out enough because look only one vision for America is going to come out of this midterm. Either it's a vision of community or it's a vision of chaos. And we know they have chosen chaos

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Allison Gill Doesn't Trust DHS Inspector General Joseph Cuffari

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

01:53 min | 2 months ago

Allison Gill Doesn't Trust DHS Inspector General Joseph Cuffari

"You were tweeted, Frank will see our other shared superhero who said metadata shows ten of the 24 Secret Service personnel did have a text around January 6th that were not retained and you said the DH SOI G, the one who waited months to go to Congress triggering two whistleblowers has now halted the probe that was getting the metadata. So talk to us about because Malcolm X was just on last week, he said they're going to get those texts, but you know, I think Glen kirshner this morning, not so sure, because this is the group that knows how to do that. It's always presumably they would also know how to make them disappear. What do you think? Well, they clearly did. And I mean, they have to do a lot of work to make these disappear. And they did that. It seems like they did that work. I don't trust this. This Cuba. He's a Trump appointee. He is the one who quashed the investigation into the Secret Service attacks with rubber bullets and tear gas at Lafayette square in the wake of the George Floyd murder. I don't like him and it seemed like the Secret Service was getting somewhere with that metadata. And those ten individuals and 24, the original 24 whom include people like ornato and angle. And then he comes in this OIG who sat on this information since February and didn't tell Congress comes in and tells the Secret Service to stop their investigation because he's doing a criminal probe. And I've been asking one thing I don't know and one thing I want to find out is when the office of inspector general does a criminal investigation, they're probably some oversight from the Department of Justice because the OIG can't charge anyone. Right. And so I want to know sort of what that process is. Does declaring a criminal investigation by an office of inspector general bring in the Department of Justice for some oversight because I would really like to see that

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Allison Gill on the DOJ, Trump, and Seditious Conspiracy

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

01:59 min | 2 months ago

Allison Gill on the DOJ, Trump, and Seditious Conspiracy

"Adam Schiff has been as has Liz Cheney been openly. I don't know what the what's the word you'd use impatient, pressuring the Justice Department. I think that's fine though, right? It's fine for them to be outspoken about that. Yeah, I mean, as long as we're not openly bashing or spreading disinformation about the Justice Department, you know, in some large accounts going so far as to say they're in Trump's pocket or, you know, things like that. But yeah, I mean, we do need this. We need it quickly. It's just that this is the biggest investigation in the history of the Justice Department. And that was some language that changed between the last two Merrick Garland statements because he said one of the biggest now he's saying it's the biggest. And I think they have some really great prosecutors. Now Garland running this whole show. It's Matthew graves and his team. And Matthew graves was able to come in after Mike Sherwin, a Trump appointee nearly killed the seditious conspiracy case by talking about it openly, and he was going to be sanctioned, but was resigned before that happened. And he didn't want to execute search warrants on Stewart roads. He was doing his best to sabotage that case. And four Matthew graves to come in and be able to button it up. And to get Merrick Garland to sign off on seditious conspiracy charges, which is like the granddaddy of all charges next to treason. I think kind of shows that they're in it to win it, so to speak. And that they have the gravitas, the intestinal fortitude to charge something like that because I kept telling everyone chill on the seditious conspiracy stuff. It's going to be obstructing an official proceeding probably. But then they came out, swinging. And so I'm excited about that, but it is taking a long time, and I understand the frustration, particularly in the face of what we've had the last 5 years and what barred into the Mueller report. We didn't even get an impeachment out of that because of the spin and the controversy and I guess he didn't have enough pizzazz when he was on TV.

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Greg Laurie Had an Interesting Encounter With Kris Kristofferson

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:35 min | 2 months ago

Greg Laurie Had an Interesting Encounter With Kris Kristofferson

"I'm talking to pastor Greg Laurie, who is writing books, making films, they haven't seen you at church in years. What's going on with you, man? Are you back? No, listen, this is exciting. The new book is a Lennon Dillon Allison Jesus, the spiritual biography of rock and roll. I want to talk to you about the film, the new film. But before that, in your book, do you mention Chris christofferson? Because obviously he's not really thought of as a rockstar. But I know he's somebody that came to faith at some point. Yeah, I do actually talk about him. I also wrote about him in my book, Johnny, on Johnny Cash. Funny thing you talk about recognizing celebrities. So I was working on this documentary film about Johnny, and I watched some interviews with Chris that were more recent. So I flew out, came back to LAX. I'm walking to my car. I see this guy from the back and somehow I recognize him from the back. From the back. See, that's next level crazy stuff. That's like, that's like Holy Spirit stuff. Flesh and blood is not capable of recognizing somebody from the back, you're telling me you're not kidding from the back, you said, I think that's Kris Kristofferson. Yeah. So I walked over and I said, oh, Chris, and Greg Laurie, I've written this book and I held up my Johnny Cash book, and I said, and I quote you in the book, Chris, and I'd love to send you a copy. He gave me his address. I sent it. He wrote me back. And said he was going to read it. He was very nice men

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Alisyn Camerota: 'We Shouldn't Have to' Rely on an Armed 22-Year-Old

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:15 min | 2 months ago

Alisyn Camerota: 'We Shouldn't Have to' Rely on an Armed 22-Year-Old

"Alison camerata. One of the usual suspects on CNN when most people sit around and say, thank God for the heroic 22 year old who was carrying in the mall, here's what the left says. A police said that the government had a high capacity magazine. It had this bystander not intervened when he did so quickly. More people could have been killed. I mean, but are we all supposed to rely on an armed 22 year old? Shouldn't have to? We shouldn't have. Shouldn't have to. We shouldn't. She said that with such a smug look on her face. We shouldn't have to. See, I made my point. Yes. Hey, guess what, Allison, if you're in a mall, being fired upon, yes, you'll need to rely on an arm 22 year old to save your life dummy. What is this? And she's so smug. My gosh, the sanctimony. We shouldn't have to. We shouldn't have to. Yeah, evil shouldn't exist. Dope. I wish evil, I wish we could wish away evil too. We can't. So we got to, we've got to come into the real world. Gosh, these people make me nuts.

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 American woman pleads guilty to leading ISIS battalion

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 4 months ago

American woman pleads guilty to leading ISIS battalion

"An American woman who prosecutors say led an all female battalion of Islamic State militants in Syria pleaded guilty Allison fluke ekron broke down sobbing after admitting in federal court near Washington to conspiring to provide material support to a foreign terrorist organization She could face a maximum 20 year sentence Fluke ekron once lived in Kansas in Syria she trained women and young girls to use automatic rifles grenades and suicide belts Some were as young as ten or 11 according to one witness cited in court documents fluke eccrine spoke openly about wanting to conduct an attack in the U.S. including by parking a car loaded with explosives in a shopping mall garage

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Al Jazeera Reporter Killed During Israeli Raid in West Bank

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:06 min | 4 months ago

Al Jazeera Reporter Killed During Israeli Raid in West Bank

"Turn to that. Because I've tried to figure out who shot whom and the Palestinians are not the Palestinian authority is not cooperating with the idea. What is your assessment of the situation, doctor Oren? So last night I was talking to an Israeli journalist and I said, just watch your authority is going to say that they found a 5.56 bullet in the journalists. Now the Israeli forces use 5.56 palisades usually use 7.62 at the colossal cost bullet, but they also do have American a fours and M 16s. And I also think that the Palestinians wouldn't cooperate with an Israeli offer for a joint investigation. And they rejected it, even though the Biden administration asked Allison is to do it. They quickly closed the case. I heard this morning that they've already buried the body. And the passwords are making a calculation. Yeah, maybe the Biden administration will get a little aggravated, but the international community is going to come down hard on Israel. I was looking at the international press coverage, NBC had an item on it where they did an interview and the Israeli. They only talked about the greeting Palestinians and the implication is that we are guilty before we're judged. And

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"allison" Discussed on Mac Power Users

Mac Power Users

06:38 min | 6 months ago

"allison" Discussed on Mac Power Users

"I did this year in the Apple M1 family. And I dated it March 2020 March 2022 because I wanted to make sure I was ready to put a new version out when the next thing comes up. Yeah, now what do you guys think? Is the new Mac mini? 'cause there's been rumors of a redesign. I mean, I think it'd be only natural, but actually maybe not since the footprint is the same as the Mac studio. But do you think there's going to be a Mac mini that gets beyond the M two that there'll be an M1 pro Mac mini? I don't know. I think that Apple, at least so far in this has been really content to keep the consumer machines consumer. And it's not as simple as the grid of four to your house at your point in this blog post. But it seems like they're pretty okay with like, hey, this is the consumer thing, and they all have this chip, and if you need more than that, then we have these other solutions for you. Now the Mac mini, maybe the one machine that could straddle those lines a little bit, but I'm also going to have this also sort of have this hunch that maybe the next Mac mini won't look like they have for the last ten years. Maybe they'll be more distinction between it and the Mac studio visually that kind of helps answer the question. Yeah, that's a tough one because if they were going to make an M1 pro max studio, why didn't they just do that? And so that means it would only go on the Mac mini, but then can you put it in a Mac mini without a big heat sink, then it becomes a Mac studio, or does the Mac mini just become a fat Mac? You know, what happens there? Well, if you look historically, they had two grades of Mac mini. They had the consumer one and the pro one. And to me, I feel like probably the pro, if you look at that pro chip, which fits into MacBook pros, just fine, that don't have the same cooling system as the Mac studio. I could see a world where they come out with an M two Mac mini and maybe an M1 pro like Mac mini. That's a step up. And so instead of having 8 or 16 gigabytes of ram, you have 16 or 32, and you've got the M1 pro chip. And historically, they've had that product, and now they had an Intel version. I don't know if they're still selling it or not, but up until recently. Oh, they said they're still selling something in that slot. So I don't know. I mean, it's Apple, who the heck knows? But I could see them having two tiers of Mac mini, and that would fill the gap nicely. But I could also see them just saying, forget it. We're just going to have the M two Mac mini and there is no desktop M1 pro. Do you guys realize how long it's been since a an entirely new model of Mac existed with a whole new name? I think it's 16 years? Yeah, I mean, well, I guess it's the Intel transition whenever that was. Because MacBook, the one for MacBook reuse that name, so yeah, I guess it's like MacBook Pro, Mac pro. That sort of time frame. But I would even argue that that wasn't really a new class of machine. No. No, it was just a rebranding, really. I really think that maybe the first class of machine I was the MacBook Air was the last time there was a new class of Mac. The original one with the shuttle bay door on the USB port. One in the envelope? Yeah, I mean, because that was a completely different kind of Mac. I think there's a good argument to be made there. That was a new class. Ultralight in the first place. I'm talking about a whole name. Two, the max studio. Was a new name too. That's a type of MacBook. Just Mac studio. There's nothing before it, right? It is unique. It's not a variation on a theme. Yeah. Yeah. I don't know. Steve and I were talking when that first announcement came down. What this really does is it takes the brakes off. So the Mac pro is going to be crazy ridiculous and expensive. I mean, they made the Mac studio for most of us. And then the very few people for whom that is not enough, get your checkbook out, gang, here it comes, you know? Have you ever owned a Mac pro Allison? No. I mean, we had cheese grater max back in the day before the laptops came out, but nope. Yeah. Me either. Well, I did until very recently. Oh, you no longer own it? No, it's been sold. Oh, okay. Well, move on. Did you give it a hug before you sent it off? It was sadder than I thought it would be. I bet. A little bit. I think you did the right thing, though. Get some money out of it while you can. Oh, yeah. Yeah, there was too much value in it for it to just go straight into the collection. You know, I could find another one in 15 years. It'll be okay. Yeah, yeah. Well, I guess that kind of tipped your hand to what we're going to be talking about later. You must give us like your new machine. Yeah, I do. I do. Also, I did have a question to circle back to the diagramming for a second. I'm not a huge mind map person. I just don't really think that way. But when I do use that as a tool, I have a tendency to sit down with my iPad and use my Apple pencil and it just feels kind of like a visual way of putting something together when you're sort of in this creative process of putting something together visually in a diagram. Is that a tool that you pick up the iPad for? Do you have that relationship to it that I do? Or is this a pretty Mac centric workflow for you? This has all been Mac centric. I'm trying to think about whether diagrams dot net would let you draw with the pencil. I didn't actually thought that about that. I should try that. I do use my pencil and I use it and I think David's going to love this in particular. I use it when I need to think. And what I mean by that is in the old days when I would when I was working and I had to do a lot of annoying, disgusting PowerPoint presentations. Nobody wanted to listen to. I found that if I sat down in front of the computer and I opened PowerPoint, I would spend 80% of my time figuring out how to indent so that it made sense and getting the font right and changing the font size. And I find it even worse in keynote. Irritates me quite a bit, but what I discovered was if I went to the recycle bin next to the copier and I grabbed a bunch of pieces of paper.

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"allison" Discussed on Mac Power Users

Mac Power Users

05:17 min | 6 months ago

"allison" Discussed on Mac Power Users

"My thanks is text expander for their support of the show and relay FM. All right, Allison, are you still rocking that 1984 or was I go to the 1985 that the Mac 5 12 came out? I think it was. Yeah. No, no, sadly, we have moved on. I have the M1 max 14 inch MacBook Pro and I tried for a while having two Macs and I just found it really tedious and annoying. I want everything exactly the same everywhere and I know today with all the cloud services and everything that's a lot easier and things sink and everything but I don't see why to have a separate device. So I've got a I've got that hooked up to a pro display XDR because my husband is nuts and bought it for me for Christmas a year and a half ago. And so now I have 32 inches there and my 14 inch screen. And I just moved from the 16 inch, by the way, down to 14, could not be happier going from 16 down to 14. Okay, there's a lot to unpack there. First, the move from the 16th of the 14. What prompted that? It's too heavy. I mean, it's got a beautiful display, but it's a desktop practically to me. I carry, I travel a lot. Well, under normal circumstances, I travel a lot and carrying a 15 or 16 inch laptop in my backpack has been a burden over the years. And I always thought I couldn't give it up. And 13 just seemed too small, so when 14 came out, I thought, all right, let me give it a whirl. And now my laptop actually leaves my desk. It never left my desk. I mean, unless I left the house, it never left the desk. It was always plugged into the dock. And now the laptop comes and goes all over the house with me. Yeah, I'm kind of facing a similar dilemma because I have the 16 as well. And I bought the 16 because I do a lot of screencast recording. And because of my situation in the house with the kids, COVID, yada, yada, I'm moving around a lot, like sometimes I record in the bedroom, sometimes I record at my studio desk. And so I'm always moving around and I wanted a wider, more screencast friendly screen. But for the first time in many years, this has been my single max and I guess October of last year. And I've taken a few trips and this thing is such a burden when you travel because it's like an expensive computer and I'm totally freaked out I'm going to get it broken or lost or whatever. It's way even more. He's more than yours. His beefed up a little bit. Yeah. And it doesn't even fit in my backpack properly. Does it fit anywhere? So I don't know what I'm going to do, but yeah, I kind of get that. But so did you buy an M1 MacBook Pro 16 inch, and then downgrade to 14? No, no, I have the 2019 Intel core. What it would be 7.99, whatever the top of the line was at the time. And then I went to the M1 max. And I bought the M1 max not because that's what I needed, but I was like, oh, it just came out as the greatest thing ever pushed about margarita. Yeah, I know. I know. No idea if I needed it. I do a lot of screencasting too. And I don't know how to screencast without two displays, so I'm not quite sure how the 16 helps you. If I'm doing something remote, I've got a little cocoa par USB-C display. It's a 15 inch terrible resolution, 1080p it's nasty, but I use that on the side or I use my 12.9 inch iPad Pro as the external, the secondary monitor. Sure. Well, the thing that it helps is that it's the wide. It's closer to 16 by 9. Right on the screen. But now, the other thing you said is that you're using the 14 inch screen plus the pro display XDR. A lot of people dock put in clamshell mode, and I don't know why. Why wouldn't you want another 14 inch display? Desk space, maybe? Desk space also, I find it harder to focus on the little one with the big one. I mean, I just don't I've tried to set it up to get together and because the big screen is so big, the laptop screen is pretty far away from where I'm sitting. I've got mine at an angle and it works pretty well for screencasting in particular, I do everything on the 14 inch display, and then I do all the ScreenFlow and my diagrams, my I do a lot of mind mapping and stuff to do. My tutorials. And that works better for me. And that way I can dumb down the screen on the 14 inch two to a resolution that somebody has a hope of being able to read and be able to see what's going on when they see it on a smaller display like an iPad. Right. I got it. I got an email from a listener talking about he just bought the max studio ultra. And he's like, I have no need of the ultra, but this is the one part of my life. I always want to splurge and I bought the ultra. And I'm like, okay, I've got to be nicer on the show about that. While not everybody needs the ultra, there's nothing wrong with yourself. I'm actually the ultra. I've got a listener who says, you know what? My wife loves me. I don't drink. I don't smoke. I don't gamble. I don't run around. I get to spend all the money I want on tech. And that's our deal. Yeah. How do you like the pro display XDR? I mean, for a while, that was the only option for Apple, but now of course we have the studio display..

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"allison" Discussed on Mac Power Users

Mac Power Users

04:49 min | 6 months ago

"allison" Discussed on Mac Power Users

"You start getting feedback from an audience because I found over the years sometimes an audience may want to pull you in one direction or another and it's up to you as the creator to see if that's actually what you should do or not. Sometimes it is good feedback that you should listen to and make adjustments for it other times it's changes something into something you don't want to make and I always find those moments interesting to consider kind of where things are and where they should go. I love that you brought that up Steven. I definitely think a lot about a lot of podcasters I know do a survey. I'm never doing a survey. I don't want to do what they want to do. I want to do what I want to do. And you know, if I don't have it up with a huge audience, that's okay. I can't do something I'm not passionate about. I've had people make suggestions. I'm like, yeah, that's really adorable. Why don't you go make that podcast? I don't want to. This is what I'm doing. I'm having fun. I love what I'm doing. I write about what I'm passionate about and if I'm not passionate, it's just going to stink. Well, one of the nice things about any degree of success in this stuff is anything you do, you'll get email telling you how great it was and how bad it was. So anybody who has ever written me to complain about something or tell me how great something is, I guarantee you will have received email on the inverse of that. And after a while, you don't you just don't pay that close of attention to it because you just make what you want to make. You make your thing and you hope that that resonates with people. This wheel turning, you can't keep it turning if you're doing stuff you're not passionate about or not being allowed to do something you are passionate about. So another thing I think people get in trouble with when they try and do this stuff is if they try to play a role and you can't sustain that. I mean, when you listen to the show, I mean, between the three of us, we've got, I don't know, a couple thousand episodes under our belt. Right. You can't play a role. You just got to be who you are and people either like that or they don't like that. But I think that if you're an actor and you're in a movie, you play a role. But when you're on a podcast, you just got to be yourself. It's too stressful to try and be anything about yourself. My favorite piece of criticism I ever got was a comment on one of my posts that basically just slammed me and said how terrible the show was. And I thought about for a while and I wrote back and I said, you know, I'm sorry you don't like it, but you know what? I know a bunch of really good podcasters and I listed off all of my Mac podcast or buddies from the background table. I said, let's get all of those. Here's all these different podcasts. I think I wrote back, oh no, I never miss an episode. Yeah. Well, it is a strange strange world. But you got in it early. I mean, you got it into the days where you were manually creating your RSS feed, which makes me laugh. Yeah, that was so funny. Legal reported started it was a twit. I forget. It must have been twit. And I took his RSS feed and I read it and tried to learn how to make one of my own. So the syntax is pretty simple. And I start going through and picking a part and figure it out. And I got to the one point where every episode is called an item. And so you got little ankle brackets item closing angle brackets item. And inside that, there's a bunch of information like title and episode number and whatever, you know, what kind of type of file it is? Is it an MP3 or whatever? But then there was one line that said size and it was this long number. Like 12 digits or 14 digits, which is great big number is that they're looking at going, what is that number of seconds? What the heck is it? Turns out it's bite. But that was the level of thing how I was hacking this together with a chisel and a stone back then. Yeah. But you know, you stuck it out and you've got a great show and a loyal audience and hopefully some of the Mac power users will go check out pod feed as well. A big part of the audience for me and I don't remember I talked about this in my preamble to you guys is that I do my show live on Sunday nights at 5 p.m. Pacific time and having the live show changed everything for me because there's a group of people who come every week and then you know the people change over the years, but they get together as a community with each other and their supportive and there's two guys that both have MS and they met each other in there got to know each other and helping each other and stuff and you know it's not a, it's not a one way thing anymore. It's not Allison sitting alone in front of a microphone, which is really hard, which is why I script it. But it's a group of people watching me make the show. It's not the show. It's the making of the show. And it changed everything. I've made lifelong friends that I've met in real life now through doing.

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"allison" Discussed on Mac Power Users

Mac Power Users

07:34 min | 6 months ago

"allison" Discussed on Mac Power Users

"Mac power users episode 635 workflows with Alison Sheridan. Hello everyone, this is David sparks. I am your host, and I'm joined by my co host, mister Steven Hackett. How are you today, Stephen? I'm a good David. How are you? Oh man, it's so fun making back power users and doing the show every week. I'm having a great time. Good, a great day. We got another year. It's all good, brother. It's all good. And we got a friend on the show today. Welcome to the show Allison Sheridan. Hello, gentlemen. How are you? I was and I was looking because you've been a friend of mine since before Mac power users existed. I don't think you've ever been on the show before. You know, I was trying to remember that. I thought you said I had been once, but maybe I dreamt it. Yeah, after 635 episodes, okay, I'm glad you thought I was worthy by now. We wrote that down one day when you and I were at macworld. I said, and when we get to 6 35, then we'll put a if you don't know Allison, Alison is over at pod feet. She's been podcasting longer than the Mac power users has been existence. How many shows you got over there now, Allison? Oh, I should know that off the top of my head. It's more than 800. I know that. It's been going for 17 years without missing an episode. It'll be, sorry, it'll be 17 years in May, without missing an episode and it comes out every single week. Yeah, and you do it on the weekend, and it's a great show. 8 82, almost 900. Yeah, that's nice. I was looking the other day, I've got a bunch of when I add up all my shows, I have published a lot of podcasts in my time in the chair. I do think that that every week thing becomes a burden though, right at some point. Yeah, so I also do a series called chit chat across the pond and I would never have invented this way, but it's two shows. It's chit chat across the pond light, which is me interviewing people I find interesting in tech. And then the other half of it is programming by stealth with Bart bouchat, where we're doing a programming podcast in an audio podcast, which sounds really crazy. But it's actually working. And the light chitchat across the pond is the one that I like better because it hasn't, it has missed weeks. And once I realized it had miss weeks, I went, oh, okay, if I feel like it, I will, but I don't always do it. It comes out pretty often, but you know, maybe three times a month. It's like getting the first scratch on a new car. It's like, okay, now I can breathe over. It's okay. Actually, I lied about three times a week. A month, it's every other week. So it might be one or two per month because programming by stealth is the opposite one. Very confusing. But yeah, very much like the first scratch. And we had a few times where Katie couldn't make it or if you know, Stephen couldn't make it. I haven't missed an episode of Mac power news yet. And it's starting to feel like a weight around my neck. We got like family stuff out. No, I really have to get this recorded. I can't make this the one that I miss. I don't want to lie though. I have not always been the host of every show. When I go on vacation, usually Bart Bouchard's and Alistair janks take over. And actually Katie has done the show before. She did it a couple of times. And a couple other people. So yeah, it's not always me, but the show has never missed. The show must go on. Exactly. Well, Allison, how did you get started with well, actually before we get started on talking to Allison, we do have a couple of announcements this week. On more power users today, Steven received delivery of a very pretty white apple box with a heavy box looking device inside of it. So you got your new Mac, right? Yeah, I spent all weekend setting up my Mac studio and I've got some early impressions we can talk about for members, a spoiler alert. It's very good. Yeah. I'm sure it is. I'm not sure. I might actually tune out for that section. Just let Steven talk. It might not be good for me to be present for that. But we're going to do that for more power users today. I am doing a webinar. I've been trying to do one about every 6 weeks. So I've got one scheduled for April 21st. It's all about calendar workflows. I've been talking on the show lately about all the crazy stuff I'm doing with my calendar. We've been working on it in the labs and a bunch of lab numbers. And I have given me feedback. And I have got some good workflows for the calendar. So it's going to be April 21st at 10 a.m., the initial batch of emails went out. I thought it was on a 24 hour clock, but it wasn't so it went at 10 p.m.. It's not team DM. It's 10 a.m., guys. Of course. So April 21st, 10 a.m.. We'll put a link in the show notes. You can sign up for that webinar if you want to check it out. But Allison, how did you get started with your interest in Apple? Oh, okay. Actually, in 1984, our friend Calvin Yun bought a one 28 K Mac. And he asked us to come over to his house and see it. And it wasn't actually me who thought that's what we got to have. It was my husband, Steve. And so we ended up buying the 5 12 K Mac and had so much fun with it. There was basically never any decision beyond that. Faltered a little bit during the terrible years. But a used Mac from a friend of mine didn't quite get my nerve up to buy another new one, but luckily rode that wave out and never looked back. I never had a Windows machine in my house other than something I brought home from work. So it's been all Mac, all Apple all the time. It was such a, I mean, for people who are younger, I really can't understate the difference between the Mac and everything else at the time. It was like night and day. I can describe that really well in just a little tiny nugget here. We had compaq computers that work with actual tape cassette tapes that you wrote things on and I was trying to write a Pascal program. And I was really struggling with it and trying to get it to work. And then they brought a Mac into my office and I put the same program in and it put a bug on the screen, like a bug, you know? Like with legs and everything. Next to the line that was wrong. And I went, oh, there it is. And I thought, well, that's a different way to do it. Yeah. I mean, I've said this on the show before, but for me, it was the system preferences when you because everything was command line. So if you wanted to change the key press speed, you had to figure out the command line incantation. And with this, it was a tortoise and a hare. And I'm like, okay, these guys get it. And that was like the beginning of the computer revolution, as far as I'm concerned. I mean, people that had IBM PCs, even Apple twos, you had to be you had to have an inherent inherent nerd level to do that stuff, because everything was command line. And once it gets the nerd level, but for everybody to embrace computers, it took the user and the graphical user interface. And I remember at the time, the big battle was the folks who said who said we don't need the GUI. It's like, oh no, it's okay. We can all do command line. We don't need this craziness, right? My brother said we never need a mouse. What would we need a mouse for? It's always something. We don't need to touch interface. We don't need whatever it is. We don't need it anymore. I do have to say, though, when the 5 12 K Mac was out, and everybody was using it, we'd gone to the Mac plus and everything, people started saying we needed a bigger screen and I said, why would you ever need a bigger screen than that?.

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Ep 155: A Once-In-A-Generation Opportunity to Shape the Future of Nonprofit Work (with Allison Fine and Beth Kanter) - burst 01

Nonprofits Are Messy: Lessons in Leadership | Fundraising | Board Development | Communications

02:41 min | 6 months ago

Ep 155: A Once-In-A-Generation Opportunity to Shape the Future of Nonprofit Work (with Allison Fine and Beth Kanter) - burst 01

"So if we think about digital transformation about leveraging new technologies like smart tech and organizational change, whether that's the way we work or whether it's being more innovative with our program models in a way that adds value for our mission and our stakeholders. So smart tech is really good at doing these rote tasks like intake forms or expense reports. But it's more than just liberating us from this busy work. It can really profoundly change us. Because of that gift of time that you mentioned. And here's the intersection with well-being. Will nonprofits use that dividend of time to try to get more and more done, like those workers underneath the city, or can we repurpose that time to improve our relationships with donors with our other external clients and stakeholders, as well as give staff that space to plan, even to dream to innovate. So I think this is the intersection of digital transformation and well-being. And another way to put it is with the tagline from the movie, which is really about putting humans at the center, not the machines or the tools, and that tagline of metropolis is the intermediary between the hand and the brain is the heart. So what we're talking about is approaching this technology that can be highly efficient to be very human centered and really not to invest it back into busyness, but to really invest it with that spaciousness of that leads to innovation and doing work differently. And I just want to say something about spaciousness versus busyness. And I think that's really important. I'm learning a lot about the notion that there's work that fuels you and there's work that depletes you. Right? And I feel like the kind of work you're talking about that lives in this place called spaciousness is the work that fuels you, that right, it is the staring at your computer and doing that busywork you describe that depletes you. That's what puts people on the fastpass to burn out. It's not how much work you do, although there's some of that. It's about the kind and quality of the work that you do. And that's really I think what you're speaking to here, right Beth? Absolutely. And I think also the amount of work is also important too when it leads to burnout. So if this is liberating us, to do more quality work, it's also liberating us to take that time off and refuel and have the confidence really to make that change. And that it's going to be better. So I was never in a classroom without a crucifix on the wall. And Catholic school, the nuns would always say that learning

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Allison Bottke: Being Able to Have an Action Plan Is Critical

Focus On the Family Daily Broadcast

01:55 min | 7 months ago

Allison Bottke: Being Able to Have an Action Plan Is Critical

"Now let's talk about the eye, which you have is implement rules and boundaries. This probably is the most difficult. We can recognize where we've fallen short as a parent, our own misgivings, et cetera. When we talk about implementing rules and boundaries, and that comes out of galatian 6, I believe, carrying each other's burdens, how do we do that? How do we begin to set those rules and boundaries? And really change our own behavior. That's exactly what it is. It's changing our own behavior. Being able to have an action plan is critical. If you don't have anything to aim for, what's that saying? You'll hit nothing every time. So we've got to have a plan. What's the outcome that you want as a parent? Is it for your child to launch? Or is it to perhaps help them through addiction or is it to know if you're supposed to take care of your grandkids? Because a lot of parents know are taking care of grandkids because their kids because they're either in jail or prison or they're addicts and they are capable. So it's really what is it that you as a parent, what do you feel that you need to do? What's the next step? What are expectations? And write that down. I'm a big believer. I'm a writer. I'm a big believer in writing things down. So we can see it because we don't know what remember in that throws of emotion that we're so often in. And if we're communicating with adult children that are dysfunction or trouble, they may not remember, so I'm a big proponent of writing things down to plan. And presenting it to our adult child if they play a part in this, such as maybe moving out or what it is that that looks like. And if you're going to no longer give money for no longer going to support them, or they have to do this in order to get that, you've got to write that down. So that plant, I had to write down everything. How I saw my life, what the steps were.

Allison Bottke: Why It's Critical for Parents to Assemble Support

Focus On the Family Daily Broadcast

00:33 sec | 7 months ago

Allison Bottke: Why It's Critical for Parents to Assemble Support

"The a insanity. The a stands for a symbol, a support group. Why is this critical for parents who are struggling? And what do these support groups look like? See, accountability is a key factor here. If that's in your church family, a lot of parents don't want to bring up the challenges that we're having with our kids, especially if drugs are involved or incarceration or kids are Internet of jail. In and out of relationships, I've talked to parents who have daughters who have three, four, 5 kids, all by different fathers. It's a nightmare what a lot of parents are living

"allison" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE

Entrepreneur on FIRE

04:24 min | 10 months ago

"allison" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE

"10% of your conscious and subconscious being tugged towards that phone. Should I check? Because I have it on silent. There's so many may be called or maybe you have a text like that. I can just reach over and touch it. What time is it? Let me touch my phone. Let me touch my phone. Let me touch my phone. It just hugs on you. And it really makes it hard to focus at the highest level. Of course you can focus. But we're trying to maximize what we're doing. So they said the simple act of taking your phone and just putting it ten feet behind you on a table behind you. Just so it's out of sight out of mind. Don't put another room. You don't have to, but just put it behind you, so it's not right there on your desk. Basically being like, look at me, look at me. Somebody might be trying to contact you. That can be an absolute game changer. So I'm telling you, Allison, it's too early for me to tell to be honest, but I started taking my phone, I put it on my table behind me now, and I just find myself not actually let me rephrase that. I found myself reaching for where it used to be on the stand. I'm like, why did I just do that? The phone's not even there. And that made me realize like I have had this habit of whenever I start thinking hard. My mind wants to quit thinking hard. So it looks for that easiest excuse. What's an easy excuse to stop thinking hard? Let's.

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"allison" Discussed on Conversations

Conversations

06:00 min | 1 year ago

"allison" Discussed on Conversations

"This is an abc podcast. If you're a parent. Warren auntie or uncle. Basically if you've ever held a baby you might have experienced the strange urged to do something in public. You wouldn't normally the urge to sing. New parents now encouraged to sing to babies. But long before they were experts to tell is that humans knew instinctively to sing to their newborns. And the thing is it's not just babies who benefit from hearing and making music. Allison davies worked as a music therapist for fifteen years and she's seen how music has changed. Lives like it did for a boy who had never spoken but then sang a song and for adults whose dementia means. They can't remember faces but they can remember lyrics alison discovered that music was particularly important means of connection for new diverse people. So that's people like allison's daughter and like allison herself. both of whom are autistic. Hi allison hey sara. How i very. Well what memories do you have of singing to your kids. When they were babies are well. I mean i was singing tree them from before that were born before i even knew i was pregnant. You know as a working music therapist throughout my entire pregnancy sorry maple had came to about five kids music groups per week for that entire and yeah just think all moms and parents and caregivers just felt so natural to sing to them the moment i could see them and i would be in nice and close to their face and holding them and singing softly to them and it's just the human thing to wide. Do we sing to babies. It's instinctive things natural thing. What's going on in in our brains in an our relationships when we seem to our babies There's this so much going on. Let's start with the voice so alby recognizes voice from the moment. We are born just for a moment picture. These horrible scenario that we wait somewhere giving birth in a room of like a thousand people and everyone was talking and the baby would be born recognizing its mom's voice it knows it. It's heard throughout the whole pregnancy..

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"allison" Discussed on That's Feminism Bro

That's Feminism Bro

04:18 min | 1 year ago

"allison" Discussed on That's Feminism Bro

"Brought sporty divers since in modern female strike. We're here to capture week laying the turn feminist because unlike justice stewart. I know when. I see it is not good enough day. Women and the women who raised join us to create community of women who can support and empower each other as they go through all that life throws we want to hear your everyone use it to build strength trucks and enthusiasm. Hello i have allison lindsay with me. Thanks for joining me. Being happy me no problems. I'm gonna just read three or bio for a sack. Allison is a wife and a mom of five beautiful children. One of whom has trisomy twenty one. Her faith in jesus christ and in her family are the most important things in her life. She grew up in california. That's okay we're still happy. West coast calls sixth seventh seventh children. Her parents several of her siblings are educators. Her dad is also a college on her. Mom is also school. Board member education and outlets were formative part of her childhood after high. School allison attended brigham. Young university where she met her husband they married in two thousand and eight and she majored in geography and minored in history. Her husband's military career has taken family across the united states and giving her many opportunities for service among other things. Allison is headed. A women's ministry group served as a deployment point of contact co founded a women's group to assist refugees and organiz drives to help mothers unexpected crisis pregnancies when she is running after her kids alison enjoys real running chills reading nonfiction begging visiting museums and historical sites and exploring new places and new ideas. So i had like a whole idea as to how this is is going to go. And then.

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"allison" Discussed on SMRPodcas

SMRPodcas

08:15 min | 1 year ago

"allison" Discussed on SMRPodcas

"Today is sunday september twelfth. Two thousand twenty one this show number five hundred. Sixteen of the from our podcast. I'm your host. Rod simmons joined by my co host and partners in crime. Chris asi rob done would. This is a special episode. Because you're probably thinking. Why are we recording on sunday and not on our typical wednesday night. It's because we waited to record because we have in studio with us today and we are all in studio We got together. But we also brought in. Allison cheriton cast podcasts. We came down to have some of chris's delicious barbecue. And steve will not be on but her husband is with her as well because they came to maryland to finally physically meet chris in person because they've met robin myself But we're all here for the show. Welcome to the show. Allison thanks for having me on. This has been so to treat these going on. Oh man what a weekend. We've had so far. So chris i will make jokes and say he messed up the barbecue usa. But i've never seen so much meat in one place in my life and carry so much meat a at one time we had eighty pounds. At least at least at least i was kidding. Around that he was going to kill the fatted calf. You can kill the cow and the calf and the chickens and the fish everybody out. Allison you can't let him off the hook rodney or not gonna let him off the hook. It wasn't it didn't place. I no no definitely. I agree with you. I expect perfection man. I told rugby. Plus i said he was just a little better than the mcrib solid. And you know. It's a very popular sandwiches zero kidnap oil. The meat for that is that is the best tried at one time. We had to see what the consistency was was trash. So this food was incredible. I the ribs were my favorite thing and you weren't you weren't happy with my happy with my rose but i mean again. It might fell right off the bone. Chris that added say all that wasn't his best work that's blasphemy would've we Chris paid four chickens. I did he had. He made one brisk for us at then. He made another one for his godson. I'm the nice guy. You made four racks of ribs yup salmon yet pork pork. That was the that was the other one. Yeah alison steve jumped in and they actually shredded the pork. The which is awesome. Never done how would how got to pull this. Big about bone came out easy. There's two bones. So i got the first one and i'm like suppose smaller than i remember. We're pulling. I looked as i can stevens pulling it away and i was like i just grabbed her pulled the other by this whole thing. They let us do the p- pull the pork. Because you know that was such an honor delay. You're just getting us to do the hard part i will say. It's nice because if you ever want to do it on your own what you want to know. What is it consistent. Look for because some of the pork will be. I don't wanna say it's hard to pull. But you have some. Because you're getting through the bark but once you get into the body of the meat which is probably notice it just started shredding falling apart. And i sometimes i'll skim the bark off and then just cut it into strips so you can just eat the bark right and then because that has the majority of seasoning sugar and so it makes a nice consistently kind of eat separately or throw top of the sandwich if you want. That was good. Good meat coma last night. Good stuff i. It was a lot of fun. i was fun. Sean steve how to wrap wrap ribs and you know some of the tricks to the trade and then we're hanging out on the patio. Because i work hard to build those chairs and straighten up the patio and put up the little Little fencing thing that kind of blocks off the ac unit. And i was like man. I really got to break this thing in this year. So i was really happy about that well and apparently your weather is perfect. It's always like seventy three degrees slight breeze. No bugs that was. I love it here. I mean you couldn't pick a better weekend. Honestly some off. The trees are starting to turn orange. So maybe we'll get lucky and you might catch a few on the way out because that's my favorite part of living in maryland. Is one those trees. Start to change colors and they're cool. Breeze can sit outside without being destroyed by bugs and yell. We've gotta talk about bugs. So we're we're we're rods house and this was so funny. The first thing i hear is his oldest son drew. Who's eighteen squealing like a little girl screaming because there's a bug outside the house right and so your wife karen runs over and she starts like tapping on the on the window to get attention. I've never seen a bug ignore somebody but was losing his ever loving mind. You chris was still out was already outside. And so we're inside and we're just left her heads up because it's on the other side of the glass roof but it really really bothered him. It was it was. It was a mortar horn and it was a large murder thing was so what i love. Is it drew is losing his mind. St thinks the best thing to do is go outside through that same door. aden aden runs. It gets them a flyswatter and he goes out there and he's he's i'm sorry but great white hunter. He's going to get this thing. I brought trying to hit it with a newspaper but steve. Steve brought it home. And we have a picture you can make in the show notes. It was largely never seen. I've seen pictures of ones the other people end up killing but zine one at the house was like wow it is so it is on the flyswatter but it is still fully intact. You can tell what you can see quite yet big bug. it came in and get some b plus barbecue. That was pretty much. The highlight of the trip for me. Honestly it was so for us. It was nice and for anybody who's covert conscious. Just 'cause i've talked about my friend. Who's a battle for his life with covert allison and steve took cova tests prior to coming down here to make sure because my daughter of all everybody who was there at the house. My daughter's the only one is too young kogo vaccinate now for now But she's ten so they only at twelve and above so they got cova tasks so we were everyone's very covert conscious about this trip. Which was fantastic. Family was only scary part. But i love the Pilot said hey. I really appreciate. Y'all have your mass on keeping them on. Take them down briefly tickets. You're just got a cocktail doesn't mean you don't have to have your mascot guys are killing it. I really appreciate it so it was like really positive about everybody. Doing it and everybody around us was maso adding enough to duct tape. Anybody to their seat. No not quite that bad. We'll take another test when we get back just verify that nothing happened on the trip. Have we recorded since that video came out of. I remember we mentioned. I still go back and watch that video. It is crazy they. They literally duct taped the dude. That guy was going. We'll see it's just this disgrace. It kind of reminded me like yell. Every time i've had to toss somebody out of a bar when my bouncing days just always that moment of realization. It's like oh. I really messed up yet. I mean they silver instantly for second once back hits the ground outside and they kind kinda slide across the country a little bit kinda like they look at you like oh i really really messed up. And then it's like comeback tamar imagine. He had that moment once once he couldn't move and they're like maybe i was wrong. Yeah maybe maybe. I kind of went too far before we record too long phone turned off. I do have my dogs for this show. I apologize the rookie mistake. You know we we've only done five hundred. In what are we won't sixteen episodes and probably a hundred fifty combined shows of other stuff that i've done over the years and this why fits in with us so well because your shins will get kicked.

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"allison" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

05:16 min | 1 year ago

"allison" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Welcome to seniors and tech a mini series where bus stereotypes by talking to seniors. Who either worked in the tech industry at the beginning of the digital era or currently tech fluent in their everyday lives. I'm dr nikki akrons. And this week we're talking to allison. Sheridan used to work in engineering and also one of the earliest podcasters. Give us your your senior credit as you were saying. Well let me A podcast in the technology space. And but in my senior is that i'm sixty three years old and i have three and a half grandchildren one on the way so I hope that makes me old enough for the show and so the idea is just to figure out. What's it like to be a senior in tech. You actually used to work in like very very high tech stuff. Can you talk a little bit about that sure. I have a master's in mechanical engineering..

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"allison" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

05:16 min | 1 year ago

"allison" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Welcome to seniors and tech a mini series where bus stereotypes by talking to seniors. Who either worked in the tech industry at the beginning of the digital era or currently tech fluent in their everyday lives. I'm dr nikki akrons. And this week we're talking to allison. Sheridan used to work in engineering and also one of the earliest podcasters. Give us your your senior credit as you were saying. Well let me A podcast in the technology space. And but in my senior is that i'm sixty three years old and i have three and a half grandchildren one on the way so I hope that makes me old enough for the show and so the idea is just to figure out. What's it like to be a senior in tech. You actually used to work in like very very high tech stuff. Can you talk a little bit about that sure. I have a master's in mechanical engineering..

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"allison" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

05:16 min | 1 year ago

"allison" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Welcome to seniors and tech a mini series where bus stereotypes by talking to seniors. Who either worked in the tech industry at the beginning of the digital era or currently tech fluent in their everyday lives. I'm dr nikki akrons. And this week we're talking to allison. Sheridan used to work in engineering and also one of the earliest podcasters. Give us your your senior credit as you were saying. Well let me A podcast in the technology space. And but in my senior is that i'm sixty three years old and i have three and a half grandchildren one on the way so I hope that makes me old enough for the show and so the idea is just to figure out. What's it like to be a senior in tech. You actually used to work in like very very high tech stuff. Can you talk a little bit about that sure. I have a master's in mechanical engineering..

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"allison" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

05:16 min | 1 year ago

"allison" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Welcome to seniors and tech a mini series where bus stereotypes by talking to seniors. Who either worked in the tech industry at the beginning of the digital era or currently tech fluent in their everyday lives. I'm dr nikki akrons. And this week we're talking to allison. Sheridan used to work in engineering and also one of the earliest podcasters. Give us your your senior credit as you were saying. Well let me A podcast in the technology space. And but in my senior is that i'm sixty three years old and i have three and a half grandchildren one on the way so I hope that makes me old enough for the show and so the idea is just to figure out. What's it like to be a senior in tech. You actually used to work in like very very high tech stuff. Can you talk a little bit about that sure. I have a master's in mechanical engineering..

dr nikki akrons Sheridan allison
"allison" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

05:16 min | 1 year ago

"allison" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Welcome to seniors and tech a mini series where bus stereotypes by talking to seniors. Who either worked in the tech industry at the beginning of the digital era or currently tech fluent in their everyday lives. I'm dr nikki akrons. And this week we're talking to allison. Sheridan used to work in engineering and also one of the earliest podcasters. Give us your your senior credit as you were saying. Well let me A podcast in the technology space. And but in my senior is that i'm sixty three years old and i have three and a half grandchildren one on the way so I hope that makes me old enough for the show and so the idea is just to figure out. What's it like to be a senior in tech. You actually used to work in like very very high tech stuff. Can you talk a little bit about that sure. I have a master's in mechanical engineering..

dr nikki akrons Sheridan allison
"allison" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

05:16 min | 1 year ago

"allison" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Welcome to seniors and tech a mini series where bus stereotypes by talking to seniors. Who either worked in the tech industry at the beginning of the digital era or currently tech fluent in their everyday lives. I'm dr nikki akrons. And this week we're talking to allison. Sheridan used to work in engineering and also one of the earliest podcasters. Give us your your senior credit as you were saying. Well let me A podcast technology space and but in my senior is that i'm sixty three years old and i have three and a half grandchildren. One on the way so I hope that makes me old enough for the show and so the idea is just to figure out. What's it like to be a senior in tech. You actually used to work in like very very high tech stuff. Can you talk a little bit about that sure. I have a master's in mechanical engineering..

dr nikki akrons Sheridan allison
"allison" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

05:16 min | 1 year ago

"allison" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Welcome to seniors and tech a mini series where bus stereotypes by talking to seniors. Who either worked in the tech industry at the beginning of the digital era or currently tech fluent in their everyday lives. I'm dr nikki akrons. And this week we're talking to allison. Sheridan used to work in engineering and also one of the earliest podcasters. Give us your your senior credit as you were saying. Well let me A podcast in the technology space. And but in my senior is that i'm sixty three years old and i have three and a half grandchildren one on the way so I hope that makes me old enough for the show and so the idea is just to figure out. What's it like to be a senior in tech. You actually used to work in like very very high tech stuff. Can you talk a little bit about that sure. I have a master's in mechanical engineering..

dr nikki akrons Sheridan allison
"allison" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

05:16 min | 1 year ago

"allison" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Welcome to seniors and tech a mini series where bus stereotypes by talking to seniors. Who either worked in the tech industry at the beginning of the digital era or currently tech fluent in their everyday lives. I'm dr nikki akrons. And this week we're talking to allison. Sheridan used to work in engineering and also one of the earliest podcasters. Give us your your senior credit as you were saying. Well let me A podcast in the technology space. And but in my senior is that i'm sixty three years old and i have three and a half grandchildren one on the way so I hope that makes me old enough for the show and so the idea is just to figure out. What's it like to be a senior in tech. You actually used to work in like very very high tech stuff. Can you talk a little bit about that sure. I have a master's in mechanical engineering..

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"allison" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"allison" Discussed on KCRW

"What does she What does she want that they will She, Allison. In the What does she What does she want that they will she listen. They get such getting getting that shape. What's best What's that to you? She wants that she What is she what she makes.

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