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US lawmakers meet with Taiwan president in surprise visit

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 1 d ago

US lawmakers meet with Taiwan president in surprise visit

"Five members of Congress have traveled to Taiwan in a show of support for the independent island nation it's a bipartisan group of US lawmakers who had a meeting with Taiwan's president Tsai ing Wen early this morning to show rock solid support for the self governing island this visit comes as tensions between Taiwan and China have risen to their highest level in decades the two sides split during a nineteen forty nine civil war but China still considers it part of its territory Michigan congresswoman Alyssa Slotkin who's part of the traveling delegation said on Twitter that her office was contacted by the Chinese embassy and told it should cancel the trip this is the third visit this year by U. S. lawmakers the White House is also invited Taiwan to attend a summit for democracy next month which drew a sharp rebuke from China I'm

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"alyssa" Discussed on Alyssa Milano: Sorry Not Sorry

Alyssa Milano: Sorry Not Sorry

01:50 min | 2 months ago

"alyssa" Discussed on Alyssa Milano: Sorry Not Sorry

"Power and all of the ugly things. And if you think about it who controls politics mostly men mostly white men and who thinks they have the most to lose from gender equality the people with privilege white men and we know for those with privilege equality can feel like oppression and when you enter the political debate and you have terms like toxic masculinity being used to enhance liberal agendas than what you end up doing is ostracizing an entire segment of the population. Who actually needs that message. And so for me. I don't want what. I'm trying to say my actions. The work that i'm doing to be met with the wall because of a word that i use and while words matter languages all created and so what i'm trying to do is simply say like okay. Men let's talk. I'm a guy i'm a dude. I was an athlete. Albro out with you in the weight room all you want. We'll talk about sports whatever. Let's talk about this actual issue and the second. I noticed that. I've used the term toxic masculinity. It's almost as if i can see the divide happen in real time. It's like the waters part and then suddenly folks that were open. Then look at me and think that i'm trying to push a liberal agenda on them and think that i'm using a word to try to take them over to what they view as the dark side because they have a hatred for this other side when in reality as i said earlier. We're all the same. We're the fruits of tree in the leaves of one branch and so i don't use the word toxic masculinity because at the end of the day i honestly believe there are no men that are exempt from this conversation liberals and conservatives if you are a man it's a conversation plenty of liberals that are toxic and that is something that is important to recognize is that you don't get a free pass to not do the work because of identity politics if you will. So that's why i don't say toxic masculinity..

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"alyssa" Discussed on Alyssa Milano: Sorry Not Sorry

Alyssa Milano: Sorry Not Sorry

05:16 min | 2 months ago

"alyssa" Discussed on Alyssa Milano: Sorry Not Sorry

"Let's just take trump out of the equation. Because clearly he messaged it wrong. But i feel like once biden got into office. There was a moment where he could have chosen to say. You know what this thing's not going away. It doesn't matter if you're vaccinated. You're all going to get vaccinated. We're gonna make this available to everybody. It's going to be free the closest center that you can go. It will be five miles from your house all the same things but instead of saying we need to get vaccinated to eradicate this just saying we're gonna live with this for a while so we all have to make compromises. We all have to take care of each other. We all have to figure this out because now what it looks like is that the vaccine doesn't work and then the argument becomes well. What's the point. You still get kobe. I agree with you came from a place of like once you get vaccinated this horror stories over which was never going to be the case. Unfortunately i think if we would have been honest about that right from the beginning. Maybe we would be in a different place than we're at right now. Do you think new york schools. Do you think your school is doing enough to protect you to protect kids. I think they're doing as much as they can. A situation where. It's not up to them to do anymore at this point right so i think they're going to do their best to socially distance in the classrooms and have those type of filters installed and have a very strong assertive mask policy with repercussions. If you don't wear a mask we are working on a campaign to get teachers and students in school staff to make these. I did want to check talk video. About why i got vaccinated to make cool. I don't know if i make it seem cool but to get some of the cool kids to do. Make everything seem paul banks. I'm obsessed with. Jake talks and i'm not very good at it and that's kind of the joke of my students so i did that kind of to show them like i can be foolish best. Why don't you guys do it. The goal is suggest my school make it very clear that we are pro vaccine. We are standing strongly behind that you need to wear mask. And i think the one thing we're learning i've always felt like if i did xyz. I can control what goes on in my life. And that's cute right. But i think this pandemic really has forced us to realize that we can do everything right and we still can't control things so i'm just trying to manage my anxiety around it now because the last thing i want to do is to go into the classroom and bring that anxiety to that so if i students are listening i am anxious but when i santa classroom i'm gonna ask cool and calm and just try to make it the best learning experience if they can have this year. What are you hearing from your colleagues. In places like florida and texas where the state governments are literally preventing solutions like mask mandates for school students. Here in florida are heading back to school but also in georgia in arizona. These students well. They're going be entering classrooms at a time in which their governors have banned school districts from requiring their classmates from wearing masks. What we're seeing. Is that school districts for the first time are now beginning to try to directly. Challenge those governors orders. I'm in several groups. And as you know. I host this. Pbs newshour extra educator serious with teachers all around the country and the reason why maybe i feel more fortunate. Even though i am scared to go back is that. I'm comparing myself to my colleagues in this profession. Who are already back. A lot of them are too scared to speak up on twitter. That's why i'm always tweeting about it. Because i'll get a message privately from someone and then i think okay. I don't have the hugest platform. But i have a big enough one. That people will see it. Also i don't live in a place where i fear retribution or job loss or parents coming after me but what i'm hearing is that they're terrified. One teacher took a photo of before the students were coming. There's usually staff professional development. They were doing activity. Not wearing masks holding hands all on top of each other because in a lot of these parts of america they're still acting as if this doesn't exist and they are gas lighting and bullying teachers school staff members students and their parents if they otherwise and it's outrageous and i wish there was more that can be done. I know that we have federalism a history and civics teacher. So there's just so much you can do on the federal level to get these states to comply with the science. But i just wish we could be doing more because it's almost like watching a car crash in slow motion and still knowing. You can't stop it but again i also feel like this is a situation where we fucked up the messaging because i think in the beginning we said it's not impacting young people. It's not you you kids. We did not say what we should of said. Was you know what this strain right now. Seems to but that does not mean that the next variant is not going to impact children's so we gotta keep those kids safe so a lot of these states are still going on that old information that kids are fine. Even hospitals or filling up as there are a limited number of pediatric. Icu beds and that's.

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Alyssa Milano Involved in Car Crash After Uncle Suffers Possible Heart Attack

Fred and Angi

01:09 min | 3 months ago

Alyssa Milano Involved in Car Crash After Uncle Suffers Possible Heart Attack

"Is a crazy story. I don't know if you guys saw this, but Alyssa Milano was involved in a car crash yesterday morning after her uncle suffered a possible heart attack while driving on an L. A highway. So I guess she was in the passenger seat. Her uncle started to have some sort of medical issue. He became on conscience unconscious. Excuse me. The SUV drifted out of its lane hit another. Car, So she had to reach over and use her hands to hit the brakes. Oh, wow. So like she had to think fast. Um, she then gave her uncle CPR until the police could get there. They took her uncle to a hospital, and she was able to leave the scene uninjured after her husband her up. That's insane. That's frightening. Yeah, Yeah, So they did hit another car, and she did have to, But I would be nervous like if it was moving to, like, Put my head down there because you don't know if I write something else. But and then there Like some good Samaritans that we're helping out, but no update on her uncle. I hope he's doing okay. Though he didn't even really have a scratch. Which is crazy. You used to be able to grab the emergency brake like when it was in a situation like that, when when they sort of pulled up, But a lot of them now are electric. Yeah, I don't know if it would work the

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"alyssa" Discussed on Alyssa Milano: Sorry Not Sorry

Alyssa Milano: Sorry Not Sorry

07:38 min | 3 months ago

"alyssa" Discussed on Alyssa Milano: Sorry Not Sorry

"Are you worried about the effect football hat on your brain. At times. I do worry. Have you had a scam. I have had a scan before a routine not because of any symptoms or anything like that and it was clear and clean thankfully haven't expressed any symptoms. But i think right now. My focus was truly been on being the best neurosurgeon. I possibly could be and trying to help in this space anyway. I can not only through the science but also advocacy. I feel like my voice being a former player. Maybe the nfl teams or other orientations. May listen a little bit more. Well this guy played and now he's studying neuro-surgery and neuroscience maybe he has a bit of authoritative voice on this subject. So i would love to use that platform. What do you think of all of the new advancements we've made in mental health with psychedelics. I figure it's very pertinent that we have now expanded and brought in the way we think about mental health. The way we think about psychiatry psychology. The way we think about the human in general mental health used to be something very stigmatized. Especially in certain demographics. Where you really don't want to talk about it or you brush aside because it didn't seem like it had a physical tangible sort of approach. You can't see it exactly and so now that people are at least embrace the fact. Okay well maybe we can't see it but it's real. There's real life consequences for individuals. How can we use alternative therapies and other modalities to help. These individuals achieve their goals in their health. Achieve their goals in their life. Allow them to return to their communities and be successful and contribute. That's incredibly important. Appreciate the fact that more minds are occupying the space to target an effect these individuals in a very positive way. I think it's pretty interesting and as someone who suffers from anxiety. I can tell you that for me. My entire life my go-to my base feeling is a feeling of doom. And i'm very optimistic. I always believe that good things will happen but if there is any sort of situation i go to fight or flight and it takes me very long time to get out of it because i feel like my brain. It's like that is the shortcut to make sure that i'm okay is to put me in a state of panic and it's been like that my entire life so the idea that there is treatment or people are experimenting with psychedelics to give your brain other pathways besides the one that you keep going to. That might be hurtful to yourself whether it be through. Depression anxiety is really interesting to me and also makes a lot of sense. I agree for a long time. Westernized medicine has been very black and white. The hasn't been studied or written about and the new england journal of medicine or some huge publication. They wanted to stay away from it. We're going to stick to this sort of cookie cutter approach. But that doesn't work. Everyone is different. People have different experiences. People have different reactions to different events. As you mentioned there's certain individualized issues that need to be individually looked at examined explored and then tried with modalities that may be unconventional but may work for that individual person so i think medicine is moving more towards that. I think the generation that i've come from and the medical doctors that are coming through medical school at least when i was getting into medical school. We were preached that quite often that look if not the old nineteen sixty medicine anymore where you have an issue lobotomy. Or even issue. Let's just throw you away because you don't matter is really trying to focus on the patient and making sure that they are at the center of their management and then if we could try other modalities then let's do that because it could be effective man if we can help some veterans who have. Ptsd come back and feel safe and that they can contribute to society in a productive way so far it. i'd like to reach quote quote. Football is a man's game. It shouldn't be played until the age of puberty. You said that and you set it in one thousand nine hundred seventy four. How did you know have a sense about the threshold age to your mind. Some forty plus years ago. I played before puberty and got knocked on my acid stunned. Okay what advice would you give as a neurosurgeon and as a professional football player for parents whose kids want to play football knowing what you know now so the advice that i would give as football as alluded to earlier is an amazing team sport. I'm biased. i love the sport. My wife knows nothing about football. But i'm trying to get into it been married for about a year and a half from like georgia whereas football. It's really really huge house man. I tell her dad all the time and her mother like you didn't put your daughter around some football so she can get into it. But that's just my personal by. I think football's a great sport because it teaches you. These sort of intangibles develop these traits. That i think are easily transferable to you being a student a thinker. A leader a christian or whatever it is that you want to be working with people who are different than you working on a team to whereas one collective goal taking coaching. There's a generation. Now that if we get talked to people sometimes crumble instead of writing to the challenge to say you know what okay you wanna challenge me. I'm going to meet that. Challenge head on and i'm going to stand up in the face adversity and do well relying on your fundamentals on pressure comes being adjustable and flexible when kobe hit and my nurse surgery stopped and i had to be cova. Dr adjust and adapt my practice. So that i could help take care of these very sick patients in bossom so all of that works and what i would tell. Parents is think about that when you think about putting your child into football but also make sure that the fundamentals are being taught being emphasized that we're not doing the same old drill that we're doing we have one player lineup. Here another player on appear and they run headfirst and slam into each other. Almost like a macho sort of alpha male drill that really has no benefit to the actual game play but literally. It's just to say who's the biggest dog in the bunch that we're moving away from that we have to make sure the equipment is right. Make sure you have good proper helmets that fit. Well they sure you're wearing the mouthpieces. That are protective. Make sure that you're not playing the sport as tackle football player until you're in your early teens. Maybe eleven twelve years old. Maybe a pre. I will give them advice going forward because i think the game can be done safely but it has to be done in a very controlled and manage way last year. You advised that it was too early for the nfl to play in the pandemic and of course they went ahead and played anyway because a lot of money was at sake and they had a lot of infections. Do you think they should be playing this year. Biggest getting better now. Absolutely you're absolutely right. I was a staunch proponent of not playing last year college pro no less worry about this amick i and i think he was sending a message when you're the nfl or the ncwa or the nba. And you're the major organizations say. Let's focus on health of people who are very vulnerable who aren't multimillion dollar athletes. Because they're sitting from their homes or sitting in their communities and rural and suburban america and struggling with these issues and you could honestly have taken those funds that you had accumulated for your sports. Put your sport on to put into the communities to help with vaccine rollouts. Now they're happening or to help with other health issues. That could help the public health fight and push here. I do believe it was a mistake last year. Now it's getting a little bit better. Numbers are getting better. I'm looking at our hospital general. We don't have as many patients in boston with covert so we're moving more in a normal setting so i think it's reasonable to return now with certain restrictions and limitations whether it be the amount of people who can come whether it be and isolated pseudo bubble whether that means getting players vaccinated so they don't become spreaders and these events. I think he could do it now in.

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"alyssa" Discussed on Alyssa Milano: Sorry Not Sorry

Alyssa Milano: Sorry Not Sorry

07:17 min | 4 months ago

"alyssa" Discussed on Alyssa Milano: Sorry Not Sorry

"Dollars a year was so incensed this entire pandemic as companies would throw up the signs saying hero works here tanko worker. Or how greater these essential workers. They're just wonderful. But don't trades people pay them but we're also a state where we have the highest number of votes who have crushing student loan debt which puts people in a position where they're not able to buy that first home or to start that family or to take a risk and maybe start at enterprise with the dreams and talents that they have because of the weight and because of being affordability. We've seen in higher. Ed there a lot of folks who say well now come. You're black and you're gay. How can you ever win in pennsylvania. Because i will tell people don't have to look like me or love like me to know that i will fight for them because i'm also fighting for myself and i'm fighting for my community. I represent the third poorest districts in the commonwealth parts of my district. The average annual income is under ten thousand bucks there. He'll section on my district. Last time. i saw the numbers on this. We were talking about nine thousand seven hundred and eighty three bucks average annual income in so these are the families who are working two and three jobs who are driving uber. Who were part of the gig economy. Who are working in the grocery stores that kept everything going for doing the service jobs that have become so arsenal of our economy but we have left them out again and again. And you'll sony. People talk about the new deal. The fair labor standards without talking about the fact that in the fair labor standards we actively left out domestic workers on the accuracy left out agricultural works right which make up a lot of the workers in pennsylvania workers who were seen the highest rates of infections. Because they couldn't work from home. Okay you can't do. Agricultural work from home they were out working but yet we don't give them the pay or protections that they deserve. I mean the care industry it needs to be completely restructured from the ground up and we're seeing the repercussions of what happens to a country when they don't put certain respect behind certain positions the two million women that had to leave the workforce because they didn't have childcare. That's a lot of money that has been taken from our economy because of shortage in child and elder care and we need to do better for sure. It's seems correct me. If i'm wrong but it seems like the gop in pennsylvania is not a lot different from the gop and rest of the united states. They're worse and they tried very hard to crush a free and fair election so absolute tell my listeners. What is happening with them in your state right now. A lot of people i think. Got me for the first time nationally. When i was on rachel maddow using the legislative process. And using things i've learned as community organizer to block a bill that i think had it become law. I'm not sure what it would have happened in. Pennsylvania this resolution. Excuse me not build. This resolution will stay called an election. Integrity committee okay which you have to use air quotes four because there was nothing about it at any level of integrity would've allowed them to investigate the election as it was happened to investigate allies that they told they create it lies and then they wanted to investigate their fever dreams. They would have allowed themselves to subpoena ballots to impound voting machines into physically compel elections officials. Were supposed to be counting the votes physically compel them to come before sham hearings to talk about the lies that they were telling about the election and i will never forget. And it's one of the best moments of my career there. Little scooby doo villain press release that they put out after for basically saying you know we would have gotten away with it too if it wasn't for exa radical democrat. Forget all the things. They called me but this is what they have been up to for a long time and it hasn't stopped with the election. I had members my colleagues. Sue me in my personal capacity because the president asked me to be an elector to the electoral college. Personally sumi to try to stop me from going. And exercise that responsibility while taking a look at pennsylvania now where the state's highest court dealt another blow to the trump campaign's efforts to overturn election results in a unanimous decision. The court rejected. The trump teams baseless claims of mass voter fraud. This comes one day after the state dismissed a lawsuit brought by republican representative kelly that argue that the state. Gop legislature violated the constitution when it expanded absentee voting. This is bonkers stunts after the election was over the house. Republicans state government committee of which. I remain a member a really powerful committee because it oversees all of our elections as well as just you hear it from the title state government. Almost anything can go to that committee that affects state government and we conducted ten different hearings. Where we heard from elections officials we heard from so many people we also heard from unfortunately members of the heritage foundation and other bonkers. People who were a part of spreading. The election is and are still spreading. These lies today ten different hearings to try to prove their lie and now they want to do things like voter. Id in the state they wanna do. Things like limiting drop boxes limiting the amount of time that people have to utilize the drop boxes. They wanna do all of this stuff because they believe that the way they hold on. Power is to gerrymander districts. Every chance they get every ten years and then to make it as difficult as possible for people to participate in the electoral process in. I am sick of debating these issues with them every single day. Tell people what that's like. Because i think right now. People are thinking about running for these offices on a state level and it might help to hear you. Tell us what it's like and what they're getting into the first advice that i give anybody who's thinking about running for office is to run. You have to run. I would encourage anybody who's listening. You have something to offer. I would encourage you around in a lot of what keeps people from running. Is this belief that the folks were an office are just so much smarter so much better prepared or something then you i work with these folks and i promise you. We're not sending like rocket scientists. Okay these people in many cases don't know what the hell they're talking about and that is what it's like. I'm dealing with a lot of who don't know what the hell they're talking abou. Who are what. I call button. Pushers we have electronic voting in the house and they go in and their job is to look and see how all the other republicans voted and they just vote that way. And that's incredibly unfortunate because we're not having serious conversations about just. What are the best ideas. What are the ideas that have the most support from the pennsylvanians one of the things. We do all the time as we renamed bridges in the state house. We're not fixing lot of time changing names and naming them what it's like. Let's actually invest in making them saying the infrastructure.

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"alyssa" Discussed on Alyssa Milano: Sorry Not Sorry

Alyssa Milano: Sorry Not Sorry

04:06 min | 4 months ago

"alyssa" Discussed on Alyssa Milano: Sorry Not Sorry

"The first time i saw him in iowa is a second trip that he took to iowa. We're in a town called the tamwe and there's a theater there that i think the fire department says holds about eight hundred people and we walked in. There was a setup for chairs in a hallway on the side of the theater. And i thought oh. That's i guess where the reporters are gonna hang out with have for us to type our stories or do the shots and then i realize no. That's the event space that they'd picked. They realized that they couldn't fill this year. And so they had eighty chairs set out and there were super excited when they got about two hundred people there and there was standing room. Only that's not good enough to what presidential campaign and especially if you think about what it would have been like trump had been having big rallies all over the country which would have been. He always draws a big crowd and fed this idea that people are more excited for him than for biden. So there's like the political theater aspect of this. That probably would have been not in binds favor but i also think just in general there were so many issues that popped up over these four years. That trump is president. This is the thing that's going to define the twenty twenty alleged remember when he got impeached. It's only been three times now. Four but at that point three times at a president and it was like this is obviously going to change everything and it was like gun as an issue by november. Everything else was except for covert because we were all feeling no matter who you were what you were doing. If changed your life. Most of us were sitting at home. Obviously not everybody but even the ones who weren't a chain relies were all wearing masks. While we're we're going to get sick all these things and we were all feeling at least in some way the effect on the economy..

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"alyssa" Discussed on Alyssa Milano: Sorry Not Sorry

Alyssa Milano: Sorry Not Sorry

04:43 min | 4 months ago

"alyssa" Discussed on Alyssa Milano: Sorry Not Sorry

"Just on the women's march i went to the women's march in dc to cover it. I got out of the trade union station. And i never got even within sight of the stage because it was so many people. It was just overwhelming. How many people were there. And there's a quote from cecile richards. Who is planned parenthood at the time and she said if an organization tried to make the women's march happened on its own the amount of time and money it would have taken never would've been like that and it just happened spontaneously and i think that's a real testament to what activists able to do what people just taking politics into their own hands rebel to do. I want to talk about gun. Violence a little bit more because joe biden has taken a much more active stance on gun violence in his presidency. Obviously it's something. He's been focused on for years in the book end in the real world. We hear a lot about his compassion and his empathy. That the loss of his family seems to have fostered in him. How big of a factor do you think that was in his decision to get into the race and his ultimate nomination. I think it's huge to just go back to the march or for second how this played in. There's a moment in the book that i have of him the day before the march they brought the kids to capitol hill to go meet with their representatives. And the organizers not. Okay who do we bring in. Who's like the speaker that we have here in this moment. And they bring joe biden they bring them in because they know he's obviously big time politician..

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"alyssa" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

06:22 min | 4 months ago

"alyssa" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Alyssa is here, producing 51283605 90, Today's Washington Post. Has a long story about Americans who had been anti gun. And now they have bought guns. It's called why anti gun Americans joined the wave of new gun owners, and we've talked about the raising sales of guns in America. But this is a report specifically on people who up till just about a year ago. Thought I would never own a gun. The thing that struck me in reading this and in hearing these different people that were so anti, gone and now own a gun is They seem to have a lack of knowledge, lack of education about guns. They just had this, um generalization or this theory of what guns were and the people who are who own guns, how they were, and that was just something that they had in their head and never really explored further until they're seeing everything that's going on whether it was riots in protests that were happening or the defund the police movement. Or the idea that maybe then pandemic leads to There's no food and people are going to start going out, you know, doing whatever it is they can to survive. That is why they took that first step in getting the guns and then realized, okay, this notion that I had about guns and gun owners was false. Shikishima Thomas is one of the people profiled by The Washington Post, a lifelong Democrat. Strong opponent of guns in the United States, but she got a gun permit early in the Trump administration. She didn't buy one until last summer. Right after the killing of George Floyd and all the protests across the country, she said it felt like the world was in an apocalypse. She got a A R 15 to start with. I mean, she just jumped right in. She was fooling around, but, uh, Those are actually Don't easier to shoot like there. If you're going to shoot one there, one with the less kick and so a lot of females prefer those. So that may be why she went that route. She says. I felt like I never wanted to own a gun because of all of the damage I thought they do to people. But when I started feeling unsafe, all of that changed There's the real key comment right there. When she personally felt her safety was being threatened. She went out and bought a gun. Yeah, and so this whole anti gun movement If you talk to most gun people, and again, I'm going to do this in a general, uh, statement. Most gun people. That's what it's about. They have guns, either because they have been involved in hunting their whole lives. Or that's something that they enjoy. Is going out and hunting or it's about protection. Be at home protection of personal protection protection of your family. It's not because They want to just go out, wielding, gone and be crazy and shoot up everything they see Karen Williams. A deer is 49 years old. She lives in Los Angeles, and over the past few years, she says, she's been unnerved by mass shootings, police brutality and Trump's rhetoric. She says. It seemed as though certain people of certain colors were being targeted in America. I started getting angry. I don't understand why people don't respect other people. So she bought a handgun, And since then she's bought two more handguns and a shotgun. I mean, it's just amazing you go from. I'm not going to have a gun to now. She's the owner of four Within what a year's time. Yes, Williams, a deer tells the Washington Post. We need to be able to defend ourselves. I don't want to bring a knife to a gunfight. Heard that before. Many, many times this is, uh Self described liberal Democrat in Los Angeles who has always been an opponent of gun rights, who now owns four guns and says I'm not bringing a knife to a gunfight. We'll just speak in her own words. There, I think is what the Biden administration Needs to be concerned about because they're continuing to push this ban on what they call assault. Right weapons. Um Eric Adams, even though he says he doesn't want to ban on handguns. It sounds like there's somewhat of An attack on the handguns there for him. And when you have people liberal Democrat who never, ever would have owned a gun before saying, I now need this, that Talk is outdated then and so it becomes. Oh, no. If that's what they're doing. I'm not for that. All right, 10, 20, Mark and Melinda 51283605 90 Megan Steiner Ranch. Good morning. Welcome. How are you today, Megan. Right. How are you doing Well, And here is my point about Mr Adams. The, uh, the policeman or former police captain who's running when he said that Children in New York Are denied an education. I think what he was really saying was that yes, there are schools. Yes, there are teachers. But what's going on is not helping Children learn because of teachers unions. I think it was a veiled statement about them. Okay. I can see that that they're not really getting an education. Even though there's a place for them to go. They're not getting an education. Yep. Yeah, so the hope that's what he was saying, because I think that would be helpful to the city. So you think he's talking about the political indoctrination? Uh, more focus on things that have nothing to do with reading, writing and arithmetic where we're failing big time now. No, not even that. I think, um, what he's talking about is the failure. Um, to teach because there's so much crazy behavior that is accepted. Um, uh, unsafe environment. I mean, it's not a learning. I think that he may have been talking about that now the other issues you talk about having to deal with Indoctrination of crazy stuff..

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"alyssa" Discussed on Alyssa Milano: Sorry Not Sorry

Alyssa Milano: Sorry Not Sorry

07:30 min | 5 months ago

"alyssa" Discussed on Alyssa Milano: Sorry Not Sorry

"You mentioned. Mayor bowser she was recently admitted to the democratic governors association. Do you think that this is going to help move statehood efforts forward. I think any time that you can talk about the unfair any of the differences. Any conversation about that moves the needle forward. It's why we've seen again of twenty points in support of state of the last four years but absolutely the district operates already as a state county city all same time so anytime somebody tells me we have city mexican will because we have a state board of education. We do stay board of transportation. We do everything the state does any county does so it just makes sense that she's part of the dj our attorney general part of the democratic attorney general's associations well and our district council members of the mcas el national council state legislatures. So it makes sense to elevate all of those officers whether it's Or dj holds office because we are assistant and she acts with the exception. Odyssey nationals who are the proponents of statehood in congress and where is statehood in the legislative process recently passed the house of representatives so there are two hundred sixteen advocates for stated in the house. One to sixteen to two zero six in that one obviously the largest champion of stated in the house of representatives is eleanor holmes norton. Our delegates represented jamie raskin from maryland obviously is a huge supporter as well. There's a number of former zone of debt halland now attorney general of minnesota keith. Ellison there's a number of folks who have advocated loudly In the house on the senate we stand at forty four cosponsors original sponsor for a total of forty fives all of them from democratic hopkins. Senator carper is the lead on the bill. Senator van hollen of now because champions over on the senate side and we expect at some point here relatively soon a hearing in the senate homeland security committee on the bill which would be the first hearing about some end arises afternoon along with several of our colleagues to discuss the key to end the policy of taxation without representation which millions of americans in the district of columbia have endured over for over two hundred years and hundreds of thousands still endure. Today is policy was wrong. In seventeen seventy six when thirteen colonies took on the mayas thing on earth to end. It is wrong today. Wow so the time is now absolutely. There is no reason to wait anymore. Tell us about. Dc vote and how my listeners can support the work. Do vote is one of the longest established dc statehood organizations. We've been in existence for twenty three years you can head to. Our website is the most obvious. Dc vote dot org. You can follow us on twitter at dc underscored vote to forget these discover website where swings through all of that but we actually need folks outside of dc almost more than we need. The folks in dc get invoked ducey residents who fired up showing up and we need people from across the country to take that next step as i said we don't have center some. We don't have a representative that can vote passenger this legislation and to educate people about it. We need to lean on people outside of the district so go to our website. There's tools you can use to talk to your friends and family that is sample tweets and sample post for facebook. You can start a conversation with anybody you know and get them involved in this effort because it is going to take folks from outside this area working on our backs are you hopeful and then my final question is what gives you that hope. I am cautiously optimistic. What gives me that. Hope is where we have common the last four years one example. I can get when we first past the ballot initiative and really focused on statehood. We developed a sign on letter to where we could get organizations to join our efforts in support it and we struggled to get to fifty one organizations fifty one scottish a big thing around here. It's one of our favorite numbers so we pushed to get to there and it was a struggle to get fifty one organization signed off just before the recent house vote. We submitted another letter and it had two hundred seven organizations including some of the largest political organizations coach. We see public support going from thirty four to fifty four percent of the last five years we obscene our cosponsor was. We almost a fireworks. Got one hundred four sponsors the first time we've now passed the bill through the house the first time and the second time in history hasn't happened in two hundred years. We set a goal. Last year of forty cosponsors may hit twenty two when out forty five in the senate and so the trajectory is our direction et grew in orange county california and spent it fair bit a time at the beach and i have often said you can have a really great surfer. But if you don't have the waves and the atmosphere and the win all of the right moment all right time you're not gonna make it to the end and i feel like we're at a point where those things camel on. There's a lot of work still. There's a lot of effort. We need to put forth stuff like this is super helpful. But i think we've got the shot and we've ever had. Well you give me hope. Bow and please call on me if i could be of service to you and dc vote. I really appreciate you being a part of the podcast and sharing your expertise with my listeners. Ventures and much for others. I now yield five minutes to the gentle lady from the district of columbia the author of this bill and moment in history. The great eleanor. holmes norton. Five minutes gentleman is recognized for five minutes. Thank you mr speaker. And i find my good friend. The gentle lady for her leadership on this dc statehood bill congress has both a moral obligation and the constitutional authority passed. Hr fifty one. This country was founded on the principles of no taxation without representation and consent of the governed but dc residents are taxed with representation and cannot consent to the laws under which they as american citizens must live. Okay make no mistake. The republican party opposes statehood for dc solely because they fear giving equal representation to the residents of the nation's capital will be a political nightmare for them. Their entire argument rests on keeping nearly a million people. A million mostly black and brown people out of the national political dialogue because they fear it will hurt their majorities heaven forbid they changed their policies to better reflect the will and needs of these people. Why do that when you could just ignore them. That's what dc statehood is about. It's about telling the government they can't simply ignore hundreds of thousands of residents in the shadow of the capitol building. It's that simple. If congress truly holds to the self evident ideal that all people are created equal then it must allow those people to have equal representation in our government. I mean why are they so afraid. Sorry not sorry is executive produced by alyssa milano. Our associate producer has been jackson. Editing and engineering. By natasha's jake guts and music by josh cooke. Alicia eagle and that's my boy. Please subscribe on spotify tunes or wherever you get your podcasts. And if you like the show please rate review and spread the word sorry..

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"alyssa" Discussed on Alyssa Milano: Sorry Not Sorry

Alyssa Milano: Sorry Not Sorry

01:57 min | 5 months ago

"alyssa" Discussed on Alyssa Milano: Sorry Not Sorry

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Fixing What We Broke With Former White Supremacist Christian Picciolini

Alyssa Milano: Sorry Not Sorry

02:04 min | 7 months ago

Fixing What We Broke With Former White Supremacist Christian Picciolini

"Christian. I'm really glad that you're here. Because it feels like. We are at a precipice in america right now. Where one misstep will send us plummeting into generations of racial hate and violence. And i think it is so very important to understand how people enter hate groups and white supremacist organizations so in order to get a better understanding. Can you tell us a little bit about your story in particular. Yeah thanks for having me. It's an honor to be here but it's also a privilege. I want to acknowledge that. Oftentimes people that look like me Second chances and we still live in world. Where black and brown folks aren't getting even first chances many cases so i wanted to point that out too. But thanks for having me. I was recruited at nineteen eighty-seven was fourteen years. Old into america's first neo nazi skinhead group. I spent eight years as a member of that. Until i was almost twenty three years old but before that the take a step further. I wasn't raised to be a racist. My parents are italian. Immigrants who came to the united states in the mid nineteen sixties and. When they came over they were often the victims of prejudice. They also had friends from all over the world different religions and backgrounds and it was always exposed to that so it wasn't a matter of my parents rearing that in me but because my parents are telling immigrants they also had to work extremely hard when it came over and they started a small business. They were gone seven days a week sometimes fourteen or sixteen hours a day so i didn't really see them a lot and i knew that they loved me. I was surrounded by a lot of love grandparents. Aunts and uncles. But i never saw my parents and i always wondered where they were and why they weren't around than it always came back to. Maybe i wasn't good enough. So i never really voiced that so i went looking for that elsewhere looking for that sense of family and when i was fourteen years old in nineteen eighty seven. I was standing in an alley and was smoking joint and a guy with shaped head came up to me and it was eighty seven so nobody really knew what skinhead was. I certainly and this guy walked up to me. And he pulled the joint from my mouth and he looked me in the eyes and he said that's what the communists and jews want to keep dessel

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Ex-Texas Deputy Wanted in Deaths of 3 Is Arrested

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 7 months ago

Ex-Texas Deputy Wanted in Deaths of 3 Is Arrested

"The former Texas police detective accused of fatally shooting three people he knew in Austin Sunday was captured Monday after a lengthy manhunt forty one year old Steven Broderick was taken into custody with a gun in his waistband but without incident according to police after someone called nine one one about a man walking along the interstate police also say he knew the three victims but did not elaborate on a motive the former sheriff's detective resigned from the force last summer after being arrested for the sexual assault of a child he was out on bond but the DA had filed a motion on Sunday to revoke it Elgin high school announced two of the three victims Alyssa Broderick and Willie Simmons were recently enrolled there I'm Julie Walker

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The Utah Jazz extend their Home Game win streak

AP 24 Hour News

00:39 sec | 8 months ago

The Utah Jazz extend their Home Game win streak

"Took advantage of a depleted Brooklyn Nets team to run the home win streak to 17 games with the 1 18 88 victory. Nets without all stars Kevin Durant, James Harden and Kyrie Irving and the Jazz wasted no time jumping to a 21 point first quarter lead. Donovan Mitchell led Utah with 27 points. We've had instances um in my time here where we've played, you know differently because guys have been out, you know, and I think tonight really showed the mental fortitude we had throughout the entire game to contain it, Toe. Keep your foot on the pedal. Boy, Um Bogdanovich and Mike Conley and at 18 points apiece for the Jazz, while Alyssa Johnson, making the most of a 10 Day contract led the Nets with 23 points and 15 rebounds. I'm Jim Bernard.

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Colorado shooting suspect to make 1st court appearance

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 8 months ago

Colorado shooting suspect to make 1st court appearance

"The man suspected of carrying out a shooting rampage at a Colorado supermarket has his first court appearance this morning twenty one year old Ahmad Allawi Alyssa has been jailed for investigation of murder since he was arrested inside the king soopers supermarket in boulder on Monday his first court appearance will be before district judge Thomas Francis Moore the hill in a closed courtroom he's accused of gunning down ten people including police officer Eric Talley three supermarket workers and six others let's just hear the pending charges he faces and will not be asked for a please until later in the process unless it was last seen by the public handcuffed and bloody wearing only a pair of shorts being let out of the supermarket by police he was treated at a hospital for a leg wound a rifle and handgun and a green tactical vests were recovered from inside the grocery store according to an arrest affidavit I'm Jennifer king

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Official: Colorado shooting suspect prone to rage, delusions

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 8 months ago

Official: Colorado shooting suspect prone to rage, delusions

"As the victims of Tuesday's mass shooting are being remembered in boulder Colorado former classmates of the alleged gunman say he had a short fuse the family of twenty one year old Ahmad al Ali we Alyssa reportedly told authorities he had some type of mental illness with delusions and fears he was being followed some former classmates in our vita say Alyssa got thrown off the high school wrestling team after threatening to kill everyone after losing a match the arrest affidavit outlining Tuesday's massacre says Alyssa had purchased an assault weapon just six days before the attack at the grocery store in boulder why did this happen district attorney Michael Doherty we don't have the answer to that yet flowers candles and mementos are being left outside the supermarket and at the police station where slain officer Eric Talley was mourned the victims ranged in age from twenty to sixty five hi Jackie Quinn

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Colorado suspect got assault weapon 6 days before shooting

AP News Radio

00:59 sec | 8 months ago

Colorado suspect got assault weapon 6 days before shooting

"Authorities say the twenty one year old Colorado man accused of killing ten people in a supermarket attack had recently purchased an assault weapon according to the arrest affidavit the twenty one year old gunmen purchased an assault weapon March sixteenth six days before he allegedly opened fire outside and then inside a boulder supermarket boulder police chief Maris Herold suspect has been identified as Ahmad Alyssa twenty one of our father he has been charged with ten counts of murder in the first degree police sources the family says the suspects suffers from mental illness including delusions the shooting attacks at shoppers scrambling for cover and sent shock waves through the community says governor Jared poll lists real horror and terror for all of us the simple act of of shopping at a grocery store the shooting attack came just ten days after a judge blocked a ban on assault rifles passed by the city of boulder in twenty eighteen I'm Jackie Quinn

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Here's What We Know About The Victims Of The Boulder Shooting

All Things Considered

01:01 min | 8 months ago

Here's What We Know About The Victims Of The Boulder Shooting

"Authorities in Boulder, Colorado, have charged a 21 year old man and a shooting rampage yesterday that left 10 dead, including a police officer. Alleged shooter has been identified as a med Alyssa. He faces 11th degree murder charges and an 11 charge of criminal attempt. Boulder Police chief Maris Herald read the names of the victims at the press conference this morning, Denny Strong 20 years old. Nevin Students Key 23 Ricky Odds 25 Kelowna, but kind of the yak 49 Suzanne Fountain 59. Terry Liker 51. Officer Eric Talley 51. Kevin Mahoney. 61 Len Murray 62 Jody Waters 65 again the Boulder police chief reading the names of the 10 victims of the mass shooting in Boulder, Colorado.

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Boulder supermarket shooter ID'd as 21-year-old man

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 8 months ago

Boulder supermarket shooter ID'd as 21-year-old man

"Authorities in Colorado have identified the suspect and victims of a mass killing at a supermarket boulder police say twenty one year old Ahmad all of Lee well Alyssa is charged with ten counts of first degree murder why did this happen we don't have the answer to that yet boulder county prosecutor Michael Daugherty says investigators have no motive for the shooting he says Alyssa was hospitalized before being moved to the county jail police say the victims ranged in age from twenty to sixty five they include a fifty one year old Eric Talley a boulder police officer killed during a shoot out in the store a law enforcement official tells the AP the gunman used an A. R. fifteen rifle Sager mag ani Washington

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New York Times: Current aide accuses Cuomo of sex harassment

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 9 months ago

New York Times: Current aide accuses Cuomo of sex harassment

"I'm Julie Walker a current aide to governor Andrew Cuomo says you look down her shirt and made suggestive remarks to her and to another staffer Alyssa McGrath told The New York Times that Cuomo culture beautiful Italian referred to her and her female colleague as mingle mama's asked why she wasn't wearing a wedding ring and inquired about her divorce she also says a female colleague was the same woman the governor is accused of groping and that he asked that it not to say anything to her about it McGrath is the first current eight to come forward and join the mounting allegations of sexual misconduct against Cuomo which he denies and which is being investigated by the state's Attorney General I'm Julie Walker

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New York Gov. Cuomo Investigation: Eighth Accuser Reportedly Comes Forward, Current Aide Alyssa McGrath

Closer Look

00:54 sec | 9 months ago

New York Gov. Cuomo Investigation: Eighth Accuser Reportedly Comes Forward, Current Aide Alyssa McGrath

"Has come forward with sexual misconduct allegations involving New York Governor Andrew Cuomo as NPR's Sally her ships report. She's at least the eighth woman to allege Cuomo acted inappropriately and the first current employees to share her name publicly, according to a report in The New York Times, 33 year old Elissa McGrath says while working for the governor over the past three years. She was repeatedly subjected to inappropriate behavior. The time says Cuomo told McGrath she was beautiful and asked about her pending divorce. At one point, she told the Times when called into Cuomo's office to take dictation. Quote he was blatantly looking down my shirt. The governor's office did not immediately respond to our request for comment, but he's repeatedly said he's never consciously made anyone uncomfortable. My grass lawyer, Marianne Wong, confirmed the story with NPR via email, she wrote. The governor's deflections are not credible. This was not just friendly banter. Sally,

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Police request 60-day extension of Guard at US Capitol

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 9 months ago

Police request 60-day extension of Guard at US Capitol

"The capitol police want the National Guard to stay at the capitol for now the more than five thousand guard members still here in Washington are slated to leave next week the APS learned capitol police are asking them to stay another two months underscoring continuing concerns about the complex is safety we should have them here as long as they are needed still house speaker Nancy Pelosi says that's a call for the capital security officials democratic congresswoman Alyssa Slotkin a former top Pentagon official says some lawmakers are worried about more permanent security plans and the capital should not depend on the National Guard but rather its own police force the Pentagon says it's reviewing the capitol police request standard checking would states to see if troops are available Sager made Donnie Washington

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interview With Alyssa Miller

Cyber Security Interviews

06:19 min | 9 months ago

interview With Alyssa Miller

"Hello and welcome to episode one hundred. Fifteen of cybersecurity interviews. This is the third episode a multi part episode diversity equity and inclusion and we're speaking with alissa millet elissa leads the security strategy for sap global ratings as business information security officer connecting corporate security objectives to business initiatives. She blunt a unique mix of technical expertise in executive presence to bridge the gap that can often form between security practitioners and business leaders. Her goal is to change how we look at the security of our interconnected way of life and focus on attention of defending privacy in cultivating trust a native of milwaukee. Melissa began her. It careers a programmer frozen based financial software provider. Her security passion quickly shape her career as she moved into a leadership role within the ethical hacking team conducting penetration testing and assessments along with her team. As a hacker. Elissa has a passion for security. That she evangelize is to business leaders in industry audiences to work as a cybersecurity professional to various public speaking engagements while not engaged security research and advocacy. She's also an accomplished soccer referee guitars and photographer in this episode. We discussed why. She misses conferences starting with computers that in early age diversity equity inclusion the discrimination. She has faced the lack of understanding of privilege discriminatory hiring practices how to be an ally and so much more. I hope you enjoy the episode. As much as i did. Thanks for listening a less. Thank you for joining me in cybersecurity interviews. How are you today. I am doing wonderful. Doug how're you. I'm doing great so our are things in the beautiful middle part of the country. I is i to in colorado. But has milwaukee doing these days. Gosh we are about to get our first real dumping of snow at least over your recording. This by the time at arizona probably have had tons. But i'm actually gonna go get gas for the snowblower the last place. I really got to travel and speak at. Wasn't milwaukee in january flew in and out. It was gonna be a one day speaking thing in you know anybody. I should have known better having in law that those up all my family from the midwest. North chicago and ohio january. You're not getting in and out of anywhere in the midwest without some type of delay in my you know my arrogance of that being about a three day delay. They kept cancelling how to drive from milwaukee to chicago and it was a whole thing but i got to see the lake. Cresting waves as the snow is blowing in milwaukee so it was very interesting. Clear that you can get out of chicago easier than milwaukee usually milwaukee. Is you know. We're kind of like canada south with that. As long as they can. Keep the runway clear enough to get a plane on it though. Fly planes out. But if it gets bad enough i know they. They've shut down a few times. Speak that i mean you you were you were you know. Have built a name and a brand by traveling and speaking. Do you miss the travel aspect this year of getting out there and being on stage like you have no idea of feeling i have an idea. Trust me on the wall. I went into twenty twenty expecting all this international travel. I just changed jobs. And and it was part of that job. Was supposed to include a lotta travel to international conferences and even our our locations and yet none of that happened i did. Rsa and then besides tampa was scheduled to go to singapore and sydney in the two weeks following and in between those two. They shut down all travel. And yeah i've been. I've been here in my home office which i feel guilty saying suffering is pretty pretty awesome office but yeah i i cannot wait to get back on a plane. Fact even allman i have been talking about how a bunch of us are going to go find someplace to all traveled together. Just because it's we've all missed it for so long that he's actually somebody. I gotta hit out back channeled him. Because i'm trying to raise the next level of hackers and my daughter who's ten and her friend. The condition was they were able to go get the leftover halloween candy at their at my friend's daughters house. If they can get through the lock. I said cool. I'll teach guys lock picking. And i'll get you a signed copy of the lock picking guy so i try to get them to learn about lock. Picking it sucks not being out there and kind of seeing the whole community. What drove to obviously not not a wallflower. You wanna get out there and talk. What drove you to kind of get on stage. It's it's not something that's always a done by folks in our industry where where they can somewhat be a little bit more reserved. Yes so it's kind of funny. Because i've been speaking at conferences since two thousand fourteen and but i never really got was ever really serious about it like i do one here and there and it was a lot of it was because i was working in a consulting role. And it's good for you know when you're consultant especially it's good for your organization to have people out there speaking and i found right away the first time i did it like that was actually a lot of fun But then the more. I did it the more i started to realize like i just i i really you know. I've got a lot of ideas. I want to share and i love doing this because i've always been believe it or not. You know you you talk about me being out there and it's like i was very socially awkward like i was the person i go to a conference and be completely alone in a sea of thirty thousand people at defcon. Right which i mean. That's not unusual. People do that all the time but even smaller conferences like i was just never very good at starting conversations with people and so when i would speak it was a whole different world because you'll people would recognize you from having been on stage in an it. Stop you in the hall to ask you questions about what you talked about or whatever or just to thank you and it was such a great icebreaker because now i could get in. I could have conversations with people in the hallway about all this stuff that we were passionate about and we could. We could share ideas. And that's what conferences are all about to

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"alyssa" Discussed on Addiction Unlimited Podcast | Alcoholism | 12 Steps | Living Sober | Addiction Treatment

Addiction Unlimited Podcast | Alcoholism | 12 Steps | Living Sober | Addiction Treatment

08:05 min | 11 months ago

"alyssa" Discussed on Addiction Unlimited Podcast | Alcoholism | 12 Steps | Living Sober | Addiction Treatment

"Okay so like this is some people might be able to relate whose ten centimeters hugh. Wow yeah entire digestion system. And i couldn't get a confirmed diagnosis for cancer. But everyone thought it was cancer and this is at the very beginning kobe. So march happens. I go into surgery. I'm thinking i'm getting this mass removed. The doctor opens me up. Encloses me and says alyssa. I'm sorry we can't do this procedure because the mass changed and the only way forward is to have major abdominal surgery with permanent austin me back in that moment. My mind said do what he says like. I need to do exactly what he says. Okay fine this is the way it's gonna be for me and fortunately i told the truth now. I have a support system like you didn't wear it like you get help from other people An my community was like a second opinion. And i did that but at the same time i go back to boston i schedule. Another surgery gets canceled All this stuff is happening. My parents want me to see this different doctor. I start talking to a doctor at santa monica. She's like look. I it's cancer. You just need to confirm diagnosis for cancer. So like i'm navigating this and the only way i'm able to be grounded was because i have access to a power greater than my mind that i am in constant communication. Wear repair meditation to talking right. I'm like a god. What i call this power. It's my understanding of god as love right. And i'm like i don't know what to do. Help me they end up asking question and this doctor in california is like amazon said. Look i know because i received an intuitive thought. Like go work with this. I i said to her. I know meant to be like i know a meant work with you. If i come to california will you do the surgery. She says yes. I fly out to california on a thursday in for surgery. Long story short she removes the entire thing. Okay i'm hundred. Hundred percent yields and i was out in california by salcombe navigating that now living out in california. That's what got me out here and a dating like it really has changed my whole life and elevated in many many ways but i could have never done that if i didn't have this relationship with the university of something greater than what my mind wants to tell me is still riddled in fear on. Its own when i'm wrong acted. It sells me all sorts of wild lies. Yes for sure. Okay so did it end up being cancer. It was not cancer. That is wild right but for me. What i discovered in sobriety is that emotions that are suppressed. He turned into disease for sure yet. It's not lost on me that my whole childhood would spe suppressing my emotions. I had one emotion. It was happy anything else was not okay so over years in relationships just pushing down these feelings pushing them down pushing them down down. It makes kind of sense why ended up with a math ten centimeters. Yeah it's so interesting to me you know you hear this mind body. Spirit mind body spirit. But it's like we never take a moment to connect what that actually means you know just like in your situation you know when somebody has a serious illness or as coming out of a series surgery. Doctors always say you know. Stay in good spirits. Because it's so important for your healing that's because your mind and your body are connected because your feelings have physical symptoms. This all goes together. And i gotta tell you other really. You're so right. It's wild. And i also have to tell you that as i'm going through this whole process. I'm in the middle of my amends process. Which by the way is my favorite part of all of it amends. Lutely hands down the most powerful and empowering experience of my life for me too and when you hear about promises that's brighty has to offer you come in your like what promises says ben. I'm gonna feel all this freedom. It would mice launcher is. That bat happens midway through your men's process because immense process is really for me crushed my ego my old belief system because i could not actually had to hear what other people felt and other people experience from being with me from being on the other side of my defects. So i've been going for a making amends with my mother and my brother and with my old boss bet. I used to drink out every single work trip with a do it all these. I'm not in my self centered. Fear of course. I had moments of like. Oh my god but that really safe may because i was connecting with people and receiving all of this juicy delicious love and i wasn't able to stay in that year the same way which i believe is part of why the process went away did. Oh and then get this. I'm in the surgery room about to go into surgery with this actor in santa monica. Okay and who walks in the anesthesiologist. Is this girl who used to live with me. Like what's the best friend of my column. And i'm like always like oh my god. What are the chances in california. This like face that i know very well but haven't seen in years is the anesthesiologist who was best friends. Like in the same circles. My doctor so the three of us are like shooting shit lapping before i go into surgery and that is the miracle those are the situations that for me and i am not a religious person i am not a god person but i have a very strong faith and connection to a higher power for me. It's the universe right and it's kind of science based in energy in all of those things because that's what makes sense to me but when you describe a moment like that to me it is undeniable like those are higher power moments. You were exactly where you were supposed to be with exactly the people you were supposed to be with yet. So that's beautiful in so much that happens in recovery and also in recovery. I have the ability to recognize those things. Where i wouldn't have when i was drinking right. You'd never recognize those moments. Sadly my mind is preoccupied. Yes to say the least. So what feels for you. Whitfield's most significant as far as the change. You've seen in your self from your beginning to now and let the listeners. Know how what this journey has been how.

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Family, friends say final goodbyes to Houston Police Officer Ernest Leal Jr.

Houston Public Media Local Newscasts

00:25 sec | 1 year ago

Family, friends say final goodbyes to Houston Police Officer Ernest Leal Jr.

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We Gather Together - Creating an American Thanksgiving with Denise Kiernan

Alyssa Milano: Sorry Not Sorry

06:00 min | 1 year ago

We Gather Together - Creating an American Thanksgiving with Denise Kiernan

"So denise. I want to start by asking you to cover the early history of thanksgiving were all taught. From a very early age that the pilgrims landed in plymouth and shared a feast with the native americans living in the area. How close is that accurate. What's so interesting about thanksgiving as we celebrated versus thanksgiving as it has been on this planet for much longer. I'm always fascinated about how traditions and practices evolved the concept of gratitude and giving thanks has been around basically as long as humans have walked the earth. The word thanksgiving and even the practice of thanksgiving has been around for centuries before even conception of the united states of america. Yes the pilgrim's did land at plymouth. Yes the pilgrim's did have a meal with the woman. Og indians was. That proclaimed a thanksgiving now. When thanksgiving became a federal holiday in the united states of america was that event singled out as the reason for establishing that holiday. Now i want to be clear. I am not putting anything out there. That other people haven't said for a while and what's really interesting. I think is that every year. You'll see these. Hey here's the real. This part of thanksgiving and i think part of the reason. Is we tell these stories. We tell this. Essentially two kids in school and then later on when they get into high school or college or whatever we don't necessarily re contextualised and give them the full story so every year it's almost necessary that we keep trotting these things out and contextualisation of history is so important to really kind of look at everything that went into a particular event and thanksgiving again. Like i said you know. I am not the first person to come out. And say yeah. That's not exactly how it happened. But what i'm interested in. And what was one of the linchpins at making me want to do. The book we gather together was the ageless. Timeless concept gratitude view stevens. I'm and author here in madison wisconsin. And i'm thankful for men. Women working press in use of the people. The you don't have a great thanksgiving. There is an alternate true factual story about thanksgiving and gratitude and harvest festivals. And all of those things. And how. The actual holiday came to be in america and evolve and erica so i thought was an alternate entry and wouldn't that be fun and i'm interested. How thanksgiving celebrations changed in the seventeenth and eighteenth century. So a lot of what thanksgiving is rule out of things like harvest festivals. Which again go way. Way back thanksgiving's were often religious practices in various parts of the world. You would set aside a day sometimes for fasting and humiliation as they would say to give thanks for could be particular event. When i was working on we gather together. I came across some really interesting articles including some archives from the atoms stanley. john adams. John quincy adams. Abigail adams and john adams writes in his diary thanksgiving for the repeal of the stamp act. So like that was something. You would have a thanksgiving for declare thanksgiving for thanksgiving's for various wins in battle or days of general thanksgiving or like. I said fasting and humiliation so those sorts of advance existed outside of north america. What we now consider the continental united states they existing europe and those traditions were obviously brought over when people came over but the concept of having days set aside for saying thank. You is something that goes back a very very long time. Tell us about. Sarah josefa so sarah of a hail was so compelling to me because she was a young woman born in the early nineteenth century actually of the eighteenth century. She had no formal schooling but her parents instilled in her a deep deep love of reading and learning and she was obsessed with the written word. She married a man who shared her love of all these things. They used to have study hour together in the evenings. She lost him fairly early on in their marriage and so she was a widowed mother of five children and because of her desire to write ended up becoming one of the most influential editors in the nineteenth century. She edited to popular women's magazines. The american ladies magazine and then go. Jeez ladies magazine which was one of the most popular magazines in the nineteenth century. And just to be able to do that to me whether thing but what really moved me about her was that she had all of these things that she needed not wanted but like needed to do for herself and her children but she still found time to raise money for people who have less than she did and to bring people's attention to causes she thought worthy and her ten city was just. I mean seriously. I was interviewing her thinking good. What have i been doing with my time. You know how i feel like. I'm talking to her. You know when. I am interviewing her. I'm looking at what she wrote. I'm looking at what she was quoted as saying. I'm looking at the book she put out. I'm looking at the end. Policies that she curated

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Happy Halloween, Steve Saturn! - burst 04

Apocalypse...Now?

08:17 min | 1 year ago

Happy Halloween, Steve Saturn! - burst 04

"We had an eventful weekend. We did. We got a lot done. Tell Buddy tricks he's trying to tell everybody what we did this weekend. Celebrated Archie. wa-was fifth birthday with a zoom dog. COSTUME CONTESTS PARTY TO SAY that. Just. It, was nice to see. Everybody was nice. Yeah. Was a nice excuse to see family and the kids seem to enjoy themselves. I thought it was appropriate that on the little kids was the one who won the actual dog costume contents I. Think we're GONNA open it up to everyone next year not just dogs. No I think he was excited to be the best dog was he was something about that it was a very good cost to. What was it again he was shadow from the sonic the HEDGEHOG Games. Sure. He's very into sonic. That's awesome. So it's good and that's why I did it was just to have everybody together. I got admit I wanted to perform a little bit. So thank you. Excuse I mean it's Halloween time. You know 'cause we're usually very very busy at Halloween. are sadly this year because of the virus. You're not I think people understand like people that work in haunted houses as soon as October hits, it's Halloween like all the time. So soon as September heads yeah. The End. Depends on how much you're working on the actually putting a haunt together though you know the people who are in charge and running those places you know they get started in the middle of summer. Yeah. You're not in gear by July. You're going to be so far behind GONNA have a rough year. Higher. filthier there were. Some drive-thru haunts you want to go through a drive through haunt picture maybe. Just a touch your car better. Not I know I want because I know how bad corn Syrup is for paint jobs on cars yeah. I don't know. Excited about that I? Mean I guess if they did it like, Hey, ride style where like no one actually comes up to the car and touches it. That's not how they roll at the Bates Motel. They come right up to you. The can't do that now because. I WanNa, hit any actors with my car. Obviously, you would be going at like that's the thing it's like you drive your own car seven directing you have you sign a thing where like if you run over one of the actors You. There are. Lots of drive through entertainment. Nobody thinks about those things. Nobody's foot gets run over. Yeah. That's a big deal. See working on a house we're used to like chaos happening because it's Halloween people are drinking insure. End when people are scared they first reactions, I mean I've had some pretty crazy experiences haunted houses with people and their bodily fluids you know. It was someone you're going through with no somebody. I several people that I was they were the patrons I was. We made them pay their pants. Yes, that's good I. Guess. Not for them, for them. Because then there's a puddle after deal with hit. Yes. I've been things like people have hit me. So it's like someone would hit me with their car. I've been kicked been headbutted really. Did, did he get escorted out? Yes sees what happens when you hit on actors new new spend sixty dollars for nothing in. You have to leave I mean to his credit I was towards the end of the haunts. Through most of us, we just saved US what he wanted to go out with A. Give me a nice head to remember and by it sucks. I mean it was right. All those people are. Sometimes. I would break and when people were really drunk or if I was really like afraid, they were going to hit me I would break character and be like you pay to be here right? Like you paid for this experience. Yeah. I. Don't know if that's GONNA deter them though. Well then I also like go get security. Just, drop character, and that's my are tip to any hunters that are listening have like escape doors in each scene, somebody can duck out. In don't keep. Your weird voice dreicer. So they know it serious drop then be like that's not cool. No one's going to be hitting anybody this year. GonNa be going through any haunts this year there's there's not. That I. Know of unless there. I mean I'm sure there are some L. Some of them are open. I'm seeing the one instagram and I'm like, how does that work I mean a place that is that when? I was there. It was hard to breathe pre pandemic because it was in a underground place with no ventilation. Would actually help in that situation you. Could stay in that area for a long time. Zone does actress I'm thinking about the actors I mean the actors there every night with all these people coming through. One person to go through man it's like it's all the you know you're essentially an essential worker at that at that. Really. Haunted houses are like extra terrifying this year because you could die if you got co did. Any one of those professions that people have where there is a steady stream of strangers say that five times fast did it again steady stream of Strangers Alyssa? Coming through you know like, where like like people who work as any kind of customer service job? Any kind of restaurant any kind of supermarket. Like literally, you're just standing there all day long with Rando, people coming through my heart goes out to all of them. Yeah. We've been really thinking about people that have to have to do like especially the grocery workers and stuff like that. They were there from the beginning dealing with us and it's really it's scary and it does make me realize the things that I have and one thing I wanted to do and I brought you on was just to say thank you so much. I'm so glad that I am quarantined with you. We're very lucky to have the situation that we have I, I've. Heard you're working you've been working very, very hard. So many people out there who are who are working so hard for. For whatever they have like, I feel for all the people who don't have a steady paycheck coming in all the people who are struggling through this time you know especially with all the crazy stuff beyond just colbrad going on in the world. With I just wrote it this weekend. That was something that got done. It feel. For about an hour and a half. A lot of now who had to stand in line, but everybody had their masks on. One person got turned away. There was one person who walked up without a massacre. US older woman and unfortunately she she made kind of a stink about it instead of going to get her mask. By reducing, she acted like a Karen. Oh Now Karen status she was just very a lot of huffing and puffing, okay she had to walk back to her car to get her mask. They're keeping themselves in check now I don't know maybe. I. You know I haven't really cross paths with many Karen my time. No. White man was I suppose when you're well, I think the only time that we would run across them as when we're working in retail right when I was working at best buy for example, there is a good amount of because they see you as lower status when they are accuster on your employees a retail store, it also is the scenario. There has to be like a perfect storm of situations to I'll tell. Merge I was so guilty of it when I was younger. I try to work. Well. Here's what he did. I would go like, say to my hot topic to return something if they'd be like, oh, we can't really take this. It'd be like look I could go get my mom who's at boss cavs right now. Little Carrot Junior. Or we could just do this and your day will be so easy. Karen though is it I mean like my mom all when she wanted to she when she wanted to refund you better believe like my mom once we had.

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Prom at the Polls - Young Voters Taking Charge

Alyssa Milano: Sorry Not Sorry

04:54 min | 1 year ago

Prom at the Polls - Young Voters Taking Charge

"Thanks for being here. So so be tell us about promised the polls, what it's all about and what promised polls doing in the weeks leading up to the elect show prometheus polls is a youth led civic engagement event meant to take back twenty twenty, and we're doing this through a series of social media challenges and different fund ways for young people and adults to get involved and make the voting process. Exciting. We lost our promise graduation. We lost so many things due to the pandemic and we're GONNA, take that back with prompt the polls we are creating excitement around voting through the challenge. Hashtag proposals and Hashtag address up to vote. Those are the two main things that we're working on now and all the way up until the election. So the first one we're using the HASHTAG proposals is challenging someone to go to the polls if you or to vote by mail with you, and we're doing this to create a big wave of youth voters and to get so many more people engaged to wouldn't have before. So if I challenged my friend to vote and they vote with made than they challenged someone else I'm reaching so many more people than if I just voted alone so. You may ask what is a puzzle so a proposal similarly to proposals in highschool for problems or forms it is asking someone to go out with you. So in our case, we're asking people to come with us to the polls or to just vote with us from the comfort of our own home. The other aspect of this is dressing up to vote. So we're using the HASHTAG dress up to vote, and if you participate in any of these challenges, which we really encourage you all to do make sure to use the Hashtag online. So we can spread the word and share the. Content that you're creating but dress up to vote is exactly what it sounds like. It's putting on prom or formal attire and either going to the polling place or walking to your mailbox or going to a dropbox to cast your ballot. But making sure that you're voting in style and just making voting fun and exciting for everyone and up until the election will be participating and we have some really interesting people and Super Cool influencers who are participating, but it really comes down to the youth and the population participating everyday people getting out getting excited about voting and participating in these different challenges. Tell us a bit about how promised the poll started promised. The polls began when you actually introduced the five of us and put us in kind of a think tank room and we all are really passionate about getting out the youth vote and making sure that every young person in this country knows that their vote matters and that their voice matters and we wanted to come up with a fun and creative way to inspire young people to go to the polls to vote and make their voice heard on election day. Nicole Brown celebrities are really stepping forward. So just one quick word of encouragement. Please encourage other folks to get involved in their platforms the way you are. I WANNA say that first of all is not lost there is still time there's eighteen days as a young man named Jerome, Foster, the second who created prompt the polls. That's the thing we joked about at the beginning he's trying to encourage young people to enjoy their senior year at the polls. So find somebody you WANNA, take to the polls and and shout them out and shoot your shot, and then just encourage people to find different interesting Korean of ways to go and make a different voice matters use it out of the first meeting after you connected us we came up with this idea and ever since then have been meeting daily to pull it off and make it happen. Where can people find out more information? We have a website promised the polls, dot com but most of our information at all of our content is on all of our social media platform. So twitter instagram tech, pock facebook you can go there and we'll be posting some super cool content from now until election day on the various platforms and you can find more ways to get involved. They're amazing. And Matthew. What do you think is the goal for promised the polls what do you hope that promised the polls will accomplish I. Think we succeeded if we have even just one person vote in planning on voting before obviously the goal is a lot bigger than that. But at the end of the day when we sit out to start the prompted the Bulls project, you said to results what do We want to accomplish how do we WANNA help and how do we think the country needs to change and one of the big things that we talked about that the vote isn't being considered enough is being cared about enough and there's people in the country in our generation that are voting. So we thought let's take that opportunity. Let's take that situation and make it something fun. Make it something. that. They can enjoy but also make it something that they're going to participate in for the next. However many years they want to see you know really at the end of the day the goal is if we get as many people voting as possible that haven't voted before as many people involved in the political process that weren't involved before and there's many people interested that weren't interested before we've succeeded.

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"alyssa" Discussed on My Quest for the Best with Bill Ringle

My Quest for the Best with Bill Ringle

05:54 min | 1 year ago

"alyssa" Discussed on My Quest for the Best with Bill Ringle

"If you don't have the desire and the passion for that sport, you'll never succeed because it's it's 5 a.m. In the morning. It's raining outside. You're going to go try so she said, you know the Great Line she has is what do you look like when no one's looking? What are you doing when no one's looking and so if you don't have that that's what she gave up on a number of sports and she was good at some of these Sports, you know, she became a national champion in some of them, but she still didn't have the real desire for that Sport and it wasn't until she got into a skiing aerial skiing. In fact, she decided she lock into becoming the arrow skier. She didn't even know how to ski and then she seven years later. She won Gold that's amazing. That really does talk about her hunger and her desire to be on Thursday at podium then everything else follows. Once she knew her why once she zeroed in on her discipline and allowed her determination to follow that path and that dream of hers. Absolutely and I think the other thing off That you know, I spent a lot of time at least there was and how we met was her system was without doubt the most robust system for that 7-year plan that I have seen have any athlete and I've met a lot of great athletes, but her seventh year one down to the minutest detail was extraordinary and it's just so that's that, you know, that's that discipline part. That was so important because again it with any of those three as you mentioned the month, you don't have you got to have all three cars have two out of three. It's not like a meatloaf song two out of three ain't bad. Right? It's like you gotta have all three. Is there anything else you learned from working with Alyssa that you could share with us about had a tune-up or up level the place that you make in order to create that level of intentionality and I guess momentum to help carry it through to success your Lucas..

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"alyssa" Discussed on Arrested DevOps

Arrested DevOps

03:55 min | 1 year ago

"alyssa" Discussed on Arrested DevOps

"Vulnerabilities come UB, Every day and changes on our side we have to be able to change quickly in order to be secure not we have to we have to change slowly enough to be secure what happens when someone can't get through a gate they figure out how to go around it. Exactly like if their job done, right? Yeah. Yeah. And and the thing is to your point Jessica, there is we just we had earlier this year when we found something like 85% of organizations report that they've pushed known vulnerabilities to production. They've deployed software known vulnerabilities and like 54% of those said it was because they had to meet a timeline they had commitments they had to hit. So yeah your Gates don't work when that's the scenario. So you have to unfortunately from a security perspective that it hurts to say this as a security idealist, right? You have to accept that you're going to push software to production. It has vulnerabilities wage. That's why this continuous Improvement idea and especially when you're doing CI CD anyway, you know, okay great. We know that that's there. Let's get that right back and let's prioritize that fixing. Well, even even if you were able to have no vulnerabilities before you push up its Tomorrow, there's vulnerabilities that are known in that software now wage no vulnerabilities is not a thing exactly. It's unrealistic and I could preach that one till I'm blue in the face my favorite my favorite t-shirt that I sell the people. It just says across the price is unhackable question mark and underneath it says here hold my beer. Yeah. Tell me run hackable. What's going to happen hackers? Like me are going to go out and we're going to destroy them. So don't do it understand that that's not realistic. Just keep getting better. Right right because if you don't have a vulnerability for a long Then it's really unlikely anybody's going to find it and use it before you wipe it out. And you know what? I think that's that's probably that's probably a place where we can end that right like unhackable question mark actually yes unhackable question mark well, this has been super awesome. We're going to have some great stuff in the show notes, and you can find those shown now. If you go to a rest of the Box. Com slash state of open source security, and if you go to arrest the devops iTunes, you can leave us a review in the iTunes Store supposedly that helps other people find the podcast. I don't know. If that's true. Let's find out leave us a review. We might read it. We might not I can guarantee if anybody does it's probably just me, but we're also on Spotify and iHeartRadio if you're into those places so find us anywhere great podcasts are purveyed Alyssa. Thank you very much for joining us. We're going to put a link to your Teespring in the show Notes, too. So if you want to get your cell phone number Those cool unhackable t-shirts check out those show notes. I just talked about but thank you for being on the show. This was great. I really enjoyed I appreciate you guys having me on this is in fact a lot of fun and hopefully everybody listening as much fun as needed. Yeah. It's I was going to say it's a it's a surprisingly Midwestern rest of devops except that all the boxes are usually surprisingly Midwestern because we're all in the midwest but our guests are not always so there we go. And yeah, we're Pros home, so As as always this is arrested devops. Remember, there's always devops in the banana stand..

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"alyssa" Discussed on MNO Podcast

MNO Podcast

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"alyssa" Discussed on MNO Podcast

"Agree with you that you do this but also understand why you do it and I feel like I may be one of those people you think feels like here. She goes again right. Yep with which it is true because you said something the other day and that's why I know it's true because you're like clouds like all right. Let me hold things for use use? You said tired of hearing about this. Because I'm tired of saying it and I was like yeah put now feelers. Even though it was true was put on these feelers to see who I can and cannot continue to complain about this with something about it too. I'm not I'm not going to be like you can't. I'm tired of hearing about it. Don't ever say it again. I'm just like yeah. I'm I'm I'm tired that this is still an issue for you But I also feel like sometimes like even separate from that case if you're saying something to me in a complaint. I don't give the response that you're hoping to hear Alyssa filling that deters you from psalms complaining. Which I'm dislike I I can. I'm hoping that new understand the incoming. You may not get the response that you would give yourself understand..

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"alyssa" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

05:10 min | 1 year ago

"alyssa" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Her this no breaking up Alyssa that place now why would you want to leave that I don't think I'd want to sell a lot either man go there right now they're not offered enough money for place of that's just one of a kind of play now did you think we'd be bad going on there got a great view of the ocean got a great view of rocket launcher that song yeah Ciara SpaceX trying to buy up those homes of retirees but many are saying I don't want to they would they want to stay a report states that while he lied muskets company was approved on local state and federal level back in twenty fourteen it only started become unbearable living there for research in recent years according to some residents of accepted the buyout others apparently are holding up pretty well for a whole lot more well I understand people want to say I understand if if somebody wants to leave I mean the yeah this is not a safe living there anymore because Charles by said that they're doing test down there and rockets are exploding yeah I need more space there's a look at your ability could you go put your so yeah and then there's been a lot of people's goals you know their retirement that's the that's the ultimate goal the ultimate in for some that's what people want to live out the rest of the line I got a really I bet they got a really involved H. away retirement communities like that all man I've always gonna they always got out of a group of old old folks they just love it very political very political I nasty nasty nasty hero he parks his car on the line yeah exactly exactly he's got his boat on the side of the house his car's been out there for seventeen days five one two eight three six zero five not even I'm paying attention nearly a two week search for a North Carolina woman who disappeared while out dumpster diving as well it's come to a tragic end horrible stores a horrible story authorities have found the body of a thirty year old woman named Stephanie **** in a landfill yeah the burning to police department revealed on Wednesday the discovery came just hours after the vehicle was found parked near some dumpsters behind a shopping center investigators believe that **** was rooting around in the dumpster on January the thirtieth when a garbage truck collected its contents and **** about one forty five in the morning an autopsy has been scheduled in a term of the exact cause of death but it's believed that she was in the dumpster the dump truck came along picked it up to its contents in the back of the garbage truck and then on to the landfill yeah it's a very trust sad tragic story for this this young woman and I just stopped you know I just wonder how many homeless people have we thrown in the landfill well I know that's a horrible thing to think about but is it safe to say on a cold night there could be homeless people they get warm inside a dumpster I'm I mean only a garbage truck can can confirm this but I bet there have been times were garbage men and and women in this city I've had to wake up the homeless people to kick him out of the dumpster before they empty I I think it would be impossible that the if if that had not happened who and where we have to be clear about that so says poor woman that they found in the in the landfill she was not homeless use dumpster diving looking looking for good to people with on what exactly had and and she was very attractive far from homeless woman but yeah I see that's what I thought the first thought when I saw the headline was she must been homeless since you must've been sleeping there whatever the case but I think it's a daily obstacle for garbage company just down no waist manager apps and has to be I talked to at least maybe sleeping in it or behind it or near at swap out to pick this thing up get out away we have a listener in is probably listening right now I know you're talking about such showed up in a BMW remote so aesthetic okay yeah I came out to mine as well as nearby yes and he hated that exact scenario that he has to deal with on a daily basis I don't know about his name or other other you know drivers out there we'd love to hear the stories though at five one two eight three six zero five nine other I think they're very threatening to in some cases since their home your your your your master with a home here my warped my safety my security yeah so the scenario the unfortunate scenario that you pay there I'm sure it's happened many times and we have no idea that it is happen idea no idea speaking of our community there's a new community survey that finds dissatisfaction regarding Austin's housing traffic and our local government sixty nine percent surveyed say they don't have faith in the transparency of the Austin city council nor that their tax dollars are being used as intended that is a drop from one year earlier fifty two percent think the city streets are filled in among other highlights most people say they're still lack of access to cheap housing the flow city streets as a constant headache and more than half say walking alone at night downtown makes them feel unsafe it's also worth noting that as the council works to a sweeping over all the land development code only sixty percent of the city's actually planning properly.

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"alyssa" Discussed on Alyssa Milano: Sorry Not Sorry

Alyssa Milano: Sorry Not Sorry

04:17 min | 2 years ago

"alyssa" Discussed on Alyssa Milano: Sorry Not Sorry

"<Music> <Music> <Music> <Music> <Music> <Music> <Music> <Music> <Music> <Music> <Music> <Music> <Music> <Music> <Music> <Music> <Music> <music> <Music> <Silence> <Music> <Music> <Music> <Music> <Music> <Music> <Music> <Music> <music> <Music> <Music> <Music> <Music> <Music> <Music> <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Female> Twenty Nineteen <Speech_Female> Jeff basis <Speech_Female> saw all <Speech_Female> his wealth. <Speech_Female> Drop by <Speech_Female> nine billion <Speech_Female> dollars due <Speech_Female> to divorce settlement <Speech_Female> and he's <Speech_Female> still the <Speech_Female> richest man <Speech_Female> in the world <Speech_Female> that's right he <Speech_Female> lost more <Speech_Female> than the annual <Speech_Female> GDP of <Speech_Female> at least twenty <Speech_Female> countries <Speech_Female> and <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> is still <Speech_Female> so rich. <Speech_Female> Nobody <Speech_Female> can catch him <Speech_Female> and yet <Speech_Female> until <Speech_Female> very public <Speech_Female> pressure forced <Speech_Female> Amazon to raise <Speech_Female> minimum wage <Speech_Female> to fifteen dollars <Speech_Female> per hour. <Speech_Female> More than half <Speech_Female> of its workers has <Speech_Female> made less <Speech_Female> than twenty <Speech_Female> eight thousand <Speech_Female> dollars <Silence> per year. <Speech_Female> They earn <Speech_Female> ten percent less <Speech_Female> than the national median <Speech_Female> income <Speech_Female> while laboring rang <Speech_Female> for the world's <Speech_Female> richest <Silence> man <Speech_Female> I'm talking <Speech_Female> specifically to <Speech_Female> the Republicans now <Speech_Female> and those <Speech_Female> who complain about <Speech_Female> Food Stamps Welfare <Speech_Female> Medicaid housing housing <Speech_Female> benefits <Speech_Female> and <SpeakerChange> other social <Speech_Female> safety net <Silence> <Advertisement> programs. <Silence> Here <Speech_Female> because <Silence> this is important <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> we need those <Speech_Female> programs in in <Speech_Female> large because <Speech_Female> of situations <Speech_Female> like this <Speech_Female> huge corporations <Speech_Female> and extremely <Speech_Female> wealthy <Speech_Female> business <Speech_Female> owners like <Speech_Female> basis <Speech_Female> and the Walton family family. <Speech_Female> Use these <Speech_Female> programs your tax <Speech_Female> dollars as <Speech_Female> an excuse to <Speech_Female> not pay <Speech_Female> living wages <Speech_Female> and benefits <Speech_Female> to their <Silence> workers. <Speech_Female> You'll notice Chris. <Speech_Female> They never <Speech_Female> seem to take <Speech_Female> smaller bonuses. <Speech_Female> Stock <Speech_Female> payouts golden <Speech_Female> parachutes <Speech_Female> or other multi-million. <Speech_Female> Dollar perks <Speech_Female> but their workers <Speech_Female> can't afford award <Speech_Female> housing <Speech_Music_Female> or food <Speech_Female> or healthcare <Speech_Female> or any of <Speech_Female> the other basic <Silence> necessities in <Speech_Female> life. <Speech_Female> Now if you <Speech_Female> have a problem <Speech_Female> with social all <Speech_Female> safety nets <Speech_Female> then you should be <Speech_Female> demanding <Speech_Female> that these incredibly <Speech_Female> powerful <Speech_Female> and wealthy people <Speech_Female> pay <Speech_Female> their workers <SpeakerChange> instead <Silence> of themselves. <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> It's <SpeakerChange> corporate <Speech_Female> welfare <Speech_Female> going to those <Speech_Female> who absolutely <Speech_Female> do not <Speech_Female> need it. <Speech_Female> I can already <Speech_Female> hear you screaming. <Speech_Female> Socialism <Speech_Female> and <SpeakerChange> redistribution distribution <Silence> of wealth. <Speech_Female> Will <Speech_Female> guess what <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Female> you can't <Speech_Female> redistribute <Speech_Female> something <Speech_Female> which has never <Speech_Female> been distributed <Silence> in the first place <Speech_Female> the the <Speech_Female> vast amount <Speech_Female> of money <Speech_Female> in the hands <Speech_Female> of so few <Speech_Female> has been taken <Speech_Female> out of communities <Silence> across America. <Speech_Female> Your <Speech_Female> purchase at <Speech_Female> Walmart doesn't funder <Speech_Female> schools <Speech_Female> it funds the <Speech_Female> Waltons. 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"alyssa" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

103.5 KISS FM

06:26 min | 2 years ago

"alyssa" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

"A roadie with him and put it back in the fridge forget it yeah that's funny thank you Alyssa have a good day oh my god yeah my dad used to we go camping he would still can't let his canteen full of Scotch three like to drink and then heat so I guess he he gave me wanted going like some class trip or something and he forgot to clean it out so there was water in it but there was like I guess is remnants of Scott unit so I like go to open this I guess maybe give it to a teacher and he took a step out of it he was like what the hell is this it smelled like gives reeked of alcohol but there is a and I to get drunk or anything my sister went to school with a mini Jack Daniels and her coat because she borrowed my car she pulls it out in the middle of middle school Hey man you know what all schools to teach the kids early you know that I bring this up because chase and lets his gaze at Jason Biggs the actor he's married to a woman Jenny Molin and she posts Instagram of these ridiculous lunches the chase for a kid elaborate it and I got I think the kids four years old and like one of them was sauteed sesame salmon in organic fruit at age four I got to think that you're not really making this for the kid as much as you're posting it for other people to think that you're a super mom yeah you're making it for the Gramm she's totally exactly because it has like the Cup special cut out shapes and they're like bento box style and everything is like so no it's way over the top as she was out of town and so Jason Biggs he posted himself on Instagram for example of the one she made it was his lunch box with it one cooked sweet potato a Browning half avocado a splendid package and a burnt cookie the next day it was the same half avocado a dry pasta a package of Jello and three men does that was it so I was person of lunch I can see that happening I know I can see be like my mom making me one lives in my dad may give me a completely different one I just here yeah what whatever slams up together and put in the box and deal with it did the personality types the scientists say that everybody falls into so they found four personality types after after question one point five million people around the world I'm average reserved self centered and role models and they say that everybody falls into one of these types the types is scored according to varying proportions of the Big Five personality traits so average average people are high E. and then the right a schism and extroversion while low and openness females are more likely than males the falling of the average type okay reserve the reserve type is emotionally stable but not open or neurotic they're not particularly extroverted but can be somewhat agreeable and conscientious role models score low in neuroticism and a high and the other trades the likelihood that someone is a role model increases dramatically with age more women than men are likely to be world role models and then self centred self centered people score very high extroversion and below average in openness agreeableness and conscientious this there is a very dramatic decrease in the number of self centered types as people age with both women and men I don't know I'm not clear on how you couldn't be average and reserved or how you couldn't be are they saying that average people are reserved the other two different well it's a different category types I'll I don't I don't feel like I fit in any of those you don't think so I feel like I have qualities of all of them but not one in particular I don't think so and then McDonald's is in trouble apparently people very upset fans of the McDonald's I kind of apple pie has dented their theory after the burger change change the recipe for the sweet treat for the first time in twenty six years are now made with apple slices instead of diced and they have more cinnamon apparently the clothes features a lattice design and just sugar on top instead of sugar and cinnamon people are passed really I would either one they both look good what's wrong with this what do you do if you had one the new one yeah I know I saw a picture of and I was like well that's not an apple pie but apparently at the U. slices now instead of the dice that sounds good I don't know does it only change that I don't like it wasn't like when things change is there any is a recipe of any product that that you used to have a like you love that you love the way that it was and they wouldn't change that you're like screw this I'm AT and what what has Kayla sat right now why would because my what's the use of the yogurt I love my favorite flavor was honey peanut and chocolate and pretzels it was really good and they added caramel and took away the peanuts and I hate caramel and I'm very upset is for you this will be helpful he's or is it just a treat like I said it is only a healthy I was like oh I don't know if it was supposed to be all they get is on healthy this pretzels and it can't be healthy for you nine carbs and gentle soul and it's like are solely on the good results five thousand A. change arrest see the old the old one it doesn't exist anymore you can get a largely founded at target and I can tell that just like leftover ones they're they're old ones yeah I only can be too old because as you know we're selling out expire right now I looked at the day I'm just really sad you can be I I don't know I hate caramel man did you get the nine add the peanuts like yourself and it is the same thing because the car was stuck to the bottom thank you to give a one hour to get the only other ingredients you add your ingredients get the plane went out your ingredients yes one St I could try that right their little mini pretzels need anymore no it's a lot of steps yeah and it said I gather there is a right to the streets of people very upset that the the the McDonald's apple pie is chains and while some I think I'll survive I think I think you know if you probably one right now I wouldn't even noticed until somebody told me that it was different and then gave me an opportunity to be pissed off parents spend more time up on Netflix them with their children it in fact they might even lead to bad parents this morning Tony beers and vodka to I'd to with their kids that was a mistake with number press one hundred percent on purpose I wanna get tickets drunken thrown out of school we spent did parents been twice as much time binge watching Netflix as they do bonding with family according to a new analysis from.

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"alyssa" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

03:41 min | 2 years ago

"alyssa" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Well we may not agree I I believe me when I tell you that I made this decision out of principle and how what it does to be politically water for that her name is Alyssa slot can she is a Democrat and vulnerable area and Michigan and she is siding with her party but she says this is what she believes this is what she thinks is right and this is what she's going to she's a freshman and you know what that right there I feel like that's what you believe and and from what I understand she she she looked everything she's thought about everything and it it what because even if you're not vulnerable right meaning your save whatever you know you're you're in your gerrymandered area were you know as as Nancy Pelosi said you know you can run a glass of water in in a sees district if it's got a D. by it its name is going to win even if you're the and you but you're safe and you're like you know what I just don't feel that this rises to the level of of impeachment yeah maybe center but not impeachment they're you know they're going to pressure you they're gonna ask the question and you know she's decided this is what's in my heart and in the face of the potential of getting blown out which will be a lesson because there are other people out there that may want to vote a certain way some of the democratic I am I said yeah I think this is a bridge too far but they won't mention it because like a stick with party and some of the Republicans say what I might vote for something like this because I think we need you know but you're gonna pressure right from the top down you get your phone calls on a daily basis from the powers that be in the Democrat Republican Party saying what are you gonna do and she is set up this is it or maybe she just absolutely hates being a congressperson and she's like this would be great I'll go out on style if I get blown out here because these people are insane you like think that right three two three five three twenty four twenty three at seventeen shows your Twitter feel free to tweet add us they're battling it's as they continue to do it they're setting up the rules in the house but there's more than just that because once this is done and dusted which will be tomorrow then there will be another playing field we had to a shot of a tried and true nineteen ninety nine model start the trial and then see how sinners wish to proceed alright later want to ride a completely new set of rules for president trump you want to guarantee up front that the Senate here from the very specific witnesses instead of letting the body evaluate the women's issue after after opening arguments and centers questions like back in ninety nine and not yeah and Chuck Schumer's upset because like all you're you're not being you know impartial and remember right he's the captain now right captain Phillips he's a captain now he and Schumer's upset because he want certain things what is president trump afraid of the truth but the American writers want the truth and that's why we have asked for witnesses and documents where if you know what at the end.

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