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"anna adams" Discussed on InnovaBuzz

InnovaBuzz

02:58 min | 5 months ago

"anna adams" Discussed on InnovaBuzz

"Hope you enjoyed that insightful. And really informative conversation with sheldon and took something away from his episode. Now this was a different kind of gifts that we've had before because we focused very much on sheldon's creative process and he's mindset for riding character pieces which i think is something we can learn from an apply to creative endeavors in business too. I'd love to know what you took away from sheldon's episode leave a comment below the blog. Post which you can find that enough biz dot. Co forward slash sheldon shore that is s hike e. l. do in s h. I w all lower case all one word in over biz dot. co forward slash sheldon shore. You also find contact information there for getting in touch with sheldon as well as links to his website his social media pages and the other resources we spoke about in our conversation today. If you like this episode please do share it with at least two other people that it might help. It's your service to those people and tag in that chair. So that i can reach out to you with a special. Thank you surprise. Sheldon suggested the. We have a conversation with kelsey warren. A musician who has transformed his work through innovation on a future in over buzz podcast episode. So kelsey keep an eye on your inbox for an invitation from us to the of about podcast courtesy of sheldon shoal kunin again to the next episode of the inova buzz. Podcast where we've got more fantastic guests lined up including anna adams of wicked marvelous and brian jones of the platinum. Thanks for listening to this episode. Mike shaw you. Subscribe to the show to be reminded of new episodes. Free to subscribe review. If you even like. I'm like i'm asking you to leave a review because it helps other people find show biz dot. Co to join him marketing transformation community and a free gift. My team and i made for you. It's the marketing mazda mini class. We wanna give you everything you need to. Transform your marketing. Indoor human senate relationship trumka's whereas engine until next on on your stress from in his remember. Be awesome and keep innovating ahead..

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"anna adams" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:46 min | 7 months ago

"anna adams" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Hour news center here in Atlanta. Vice President Mike Pence got the first dose of the Corona virus back. Scene. It was live this morning. Right here on WSB today. Karen and I wanted to step forward and take this vaccine to assure the American people that while we cut red tape, we cut no corners. President elect Joe Biden may get his first dose next week, and 96 year old former President Jimmy Carter says he's gonna take the vaccine when it's available to him. And we may not be getting as much of that Fizer vaccine his first thought. Governor, Brian Kemp tells Atlanta's morning news. He's not sure why or how much we're going to get. You know, the number's been moving all over the place is not really anything to stake in control. We're gonna deal with what we get and get it out as quickly as we can and this safely and efficiently as we can, and the governor does say that, with Madonna's approval, the state should receive at least 225,000 combined doses next week. We have 43 degrees on Peachtree Street. Sonny headed for high of 51. Atlanta's most accurate in dependable forecast with Kirk Mellish is coming up. If you're getting ready to head out the door for lunch, Let's get a check of the roads. Alex Williams and the WSB 24 hour traffic center. Oh, trouble on the south Side of big Rig has flipped over 75 North bound Jonesboro Road. Exit number 2 21 Right now, they have at least the right lane blocked, but that's going to be there for a while. So that'll be a travel advisory in Henry County. Use Highway 1941 or highway 42 23 as your alternates more in Minnesota. Only 5.5 WSB WSB news time coming up on the 11 32 During this pandemic, some metro area hospitals or having to divert ambulances is they can't take any more patients busy, overcrowded, severe and on diversion. The status of mini metro Atlanta ers and ICUs right now just means that your fault, Anna Adams with Georgia Hospital Association tells me it is not all because of Cove it but it is a typical waste are entering flu season. We start to see people putting up Christmas lights, people having injuries from frying a turkey. See a higher level of trauma during this time of year, But this level is far in a way more, Adam says. It makes it hard for us to find a place for patients to go. Veronica Waters 95.5 WSB Well, it appears the ongoing talks for an economic stimulus package will drag into the weekend. Both Democrats and Republicans say that they have agreed to a roughly $900 billion package. But to some of the details continue to be hashed out. Congress facing a deadline of tonight to pass the government funding bill to avoid a shutdown, and the Supreme Court is dismissing a challenge to President Trump's plan for the U. S census, which tried to exclude illegal immigrants from the population count. High court ruling this morning in a 6 to 3 vote to dismiss the challenge, citing that it's simply too soon to know how that policy would be enforced. As we take a look at the WSB market Watch the Dallas down 194 points at 30,108 NASDAQ's down 37th es and Peace down 23. WSB news, Tommy 11 33. I'm Chip Davis of Mannheim Steamroller..

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"anna adams" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

03:14 min | 7 months ago

"anna adams" Discussed on WSB-AM

"There is a light at the end of the tunnel. This has been a very long here yet has and it's not over. Yet, as there are several hospitalists who remain short staffed and are having to turn patients away. Busy, overcrowded, severe and on diversion. The status of mini metro Atlanta ers and ICUs right now just means that your fault, Anna Adams with Georgia Hospital Association tells me it is not all because of Cove it but it is a typical waste are entering flu season. We start to see people putting up Christmas lights, people having injuries from frying a turkey, we see a higher level of trauma. During this time of year, But this level is far in a way more reporting live with Veronica Waters. Michelle Right, 95.5 WSB. We'll ask. Governor can produce hearing about the vaccine ship of being reduced to Georgia next week. He'll join us live at 6 45 to talk about rolling out the vaccine and are individual responsibility before we get the shot is still too common. Atlanta's morning news The Moderna shot, there could be a game changer outside the big cities. I'll tell you if the weekend stays dry in five minutes, I'm ws Baby. Your office Kirk Mellish Interstate system is clean as you had two from around and through downtown Atlanta. Careful if that's what he's found the flashlight activity off to the right of Lydia Spring important road, but no delays. Traffic every six minutes. Doug Herbal 95.57 Jeffy. This portion of Atlanta's winning new sponsored by Ragsdale heating, Aaron Plumbing 602. Here's Marcie Williams said. Judge Big above an FDA panel votes unanimously to approve emergency use of the Madonna vaccine. Looks like they're The benefits outweigh the risk from what I think now the FDA is expected to move quickly. The president threatened to fire the FDA commissioner if he didn't push through the fires of vaccine faster, adding a second vaccine supply is welcomed. His ICU beds fill reporter Jonathan Vaguely, Adi says the ICU capacity is down to zero in Southern California L, a county where one in 80 people is believed to be contagious with covert. Ambulances are waiting hours outside hospitals to unload patients had instances where it's been up to six and seven hours. California's among the state's learning. It's getting 40% less Fizer vaccine next week than anticipated. Fizer insists the problem's not on its end. The Carter Center says 96 year old former president Jimmy Carter will get the vaccine when it's available to him. I'm Jamie Dupri in Washington as the vice president. Insurgent general get their vaccine shot at the White House. Members of Congress have been notified that vaccine supplies there now. Already for lawmakers in the House and Senate, the congressional physician, saying in a letter last night that members should not delay getting vaccinated for more lawmakers test positive this week, including Georgia's Barry Loudermilk, he describes his symptoms is mild. He's isolating and home health and human services Secretary Alex A czar tells his staff his wife's positive a czar and the kids remain negative. For now, he says he'll continue to work. While following CDC guidelines a czar gets tested daily, an 18 year old Mercer University student violates covert quarantine in the case. Demons to watch her boyfriend. Jet SKI. Both get four months in jail, Skylar Max grandmother tells Channel two action news. It's excessive breaching oscillation when you were negative. Why did she have to be the example? Mac is appealing. The family has asked the White House to enter. See Carol Ames is still shaking after her brush with the tornado in Polk.

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"anna adams" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:40 min | 8 months ago

"anna adams" Discussed on WJR 760

"Class of 2020 honor of women who leave that would include market trimmer, Vice president strategic partnerships. Delta Dental of Michigan. Dr Alex Peel, Michigan Medicine, obstetrician and gynecologist area, and Hudson. Dr Hudson president and CEO of United Way. Dr Jonah Cal Dune, chief medical executive for Michigan. As in Anna Adams, director of the Michigan Veterans Affairs Association, and nausea, Pazzi, founder and CEO of Zaman International. And now we say hello to Linda Alexander, Little president and CEO. The neighborhood Services organization, the organization that helps families who are struggling and are often a homeless. They helped some find shelter, healthcare and work. Linda Alexander Little We salute you on this Friday morning and congratulations to you. Well, thank you, Paul. It's an honor to be here. And I can't say you know how much is appreciated to be recognized for the work? That s O does on a daily basis, but you know, it's It's really something that we do because we care about our community. You do indeed, And I should mention Linda Alexander Little is considered one of the most talented results driven executives in the health and human services industry. Today, Linda embraces the philosophy that collaborative, inspiring leadership cuts across traditional boundaries. She believes this type of leadership is the catalyst necessary to effectively engage and impact both the community and providers along the continuum of the health care delivery spectrum. Into has mastered the art of striking the delicate balance between the human connection in the.

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"anna adams" Discussed on Bad Science

Bad Science

07:17 min | 11 months ago

"anna adams" Discussed on Bad Science

"Outside. So speaking of out just negatively and disappointment and reality reality. Sorry speaking of reality towards the beginning of the film they show he's suicidal. He's on a bunch of medications. He opens his mere thing and there's like eight different medications that he's on and I actually. I actually paused. During that scene 'cause I I knew I was doing this podcast i. was Kinda like I, wonder what kind of drugs they have one first of all the names on that script it said Anna Adams it wasn't hunter. Adam's okay which is his name. These aren't even the right. He's taking somebody else's pure. There insinuating. That might be part of the problem and then one. I could only read one of the label's it was TMP D s t try method Prim and es stands for double strength and that's an antibiotic, and so they must've just grab they were like who and the cast has the last name atoms like, okay. You got a urinary tract infection nowhere. Drugs interest has to look like medication who cares and I was like Oh. Wow. Did he have like? While he was so depends. I. Guess. So. So I was just doing some basic research on suicide rates and I also just happened to watch a movie called the social dilemma on Netflix and they make a strong case in the movie that social media has basically been at the root of these suicide rates going up especially in in younger. People. So I was just curious your thoughts on like how we treat depression if it's worldwide or if it's just domestically here, anxiety, other mental illnesses and how you think we could improve quality of life for people that are suffering in that way. Yes. So I mean how we treat depression I think you know look at where it all begins look at the the medical system the physicians have the highest rate of suicide compared to any other profession Lou, and they have twice the suicide rate as the general population. In fact, the American Psychiatric Association estimates that one physician dies by completed suicide per day so. You WanNa think about how are we treating mental health look at our own back door. We don't even take care of our own physicians. So how are we going to be able to take care of the way other people feel mean is that like a lack of safety net like I know when? You know someone from let's say the FBI encounter some sort of traumatic event they immediately are assigned to a therapist, and like you know post traumatic stress rehabilitation is that just non existent for physicians or are they supposed to like suck it up first of all I mean the field of medicine seeing death and dying would already qualify for something that could make you have. PTSD if you're in a supportive environment meaning, if you're lucky you might have access to mental health therapists. For example, when I trained up in Oregon, it was I was one of the luckier residents in the sense that they offered free therapy for the residents. But that was really a privilege not all residency programs that are training doctors have access to therapists and so. It's not. It's not something that's really accounted for I. mean you know that line in the movie where the guys like we're GonNa make doctors out of you or whatever he says I mean like. No one ever likes spoke to us like that. But actions I mean they put us in this environment and they exposed to all these like very emotionally intense things. And we're just supposed to like deal with it and and the most frustrating thing about this system is that if let's say a physician is feeling suicidal or is kind of depressed if they were to. Talk to the medical board about their feelings they could run the risk of losing their medical license. So there's no incentive to be open about this because it could end up destroying their life. Anyway I had no idea that the. Physicians were. So I mean I would never have assume that it's so this this is what I'm saying like this system isn't on it's not even recognizing the problem in the sense that you can't help others if you can't help yourself I and in this is clear evidence that again we've removed the humanity out of the healthcare system and so this is the result. So in a way that. Things Patches talking about make a lot of sense. You know it goes back to this premise that if we don't acknowledge the issues within our own self, how the heck are we going to acknowledge it and others, and so this is why what patch Adams is talking about is so important because you have to be able to see your own humanity if you want to see the humanity and others. In its evidence, I think the fact that suicide rates are so high amongst physicians is concrete evidence that we're not taking care of ourselves, which is why we're doing a bad job taking care of other people. There's a stereotype that was brought up in this film that I also wanted to ask you about speaking of psychiatrists. He's just blatantly not listening to him and he's able to even go off about an anecdote of how like penises a pogo stick and how it will take them to the moon or something and the doctor's like okay. Yeah. Very good. We're at a time though so because I don't want to dissuade people from seeking out therapy, but then there is this i. don't know like Yeah. Just a stereotype that people have that they're you know crazy themselves I've heard that a bunch of times also. So do you think that that's even real this? Weird thing what is reality? Okay. So couple of things in the movie, he's talking to a psychiatrist, a therapist I. think that's a really important delineation psychiatrists. Typically, their medical doctors whereas therapists are not usually medical doctors. Psychiatrists can prescribe medications therapists can't so do. Is it helpful seeing? They're pissed I think absolutely. But it's important that you find the right therapist finding therapists kind of like dating you may have to. Meet a couple of people before you find the right match and what's cool about therapy is that there's all different types of therapists depending on what the issue is. If you're having depression OCD Trauma, P. T. S. T. or if you just want to, you know reevaluate your life goals may be just see how you could be a better human being stopping an asshole whatever you know so. It's a it's definitely an art to finding the right therapists though what I recommend a really good tip psychology today, dot com they have a really big database of therapists. You just type in your.

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"anna adams" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:12 min | 1 year ago

"anna adams" Discussed on KTOK

"After that ruling for early this morning. No word if it's been carried out. On Wall Street down futures or hire more than 100 points for the Dow. I'm Dave Anthony, and this is Fox News. Troubled in Union City. Good morning. I'm Jacqueline Scott in the okay New Center, and this is Oklahoma's first news Heat advisory for this afternoon and early tonight. Our forecast is coming up. Union City schools looking for a new superintendent Todd Carol, resigned last night, a minute dispute about the district's special education program and audit by the State Department of Education and coverage several areas of non compliance with state requirements and called for more training for special education staff. Union City School Board meets Thursday night to discuss hiring an interim superintendent. Oklahoma City is continuing to work toward reestablishing a human rights commission. Mayor David Hold his name Mori, Anna Adams, Dr Quentin, huge senior End City Councilwoman making nice Cochairs of a task force that will work to propose a formal framework to reinstate the commission. The city's previous Human rights Commission provided guidance to local officials on civil rights and discrimination issues before it was dissolved in 1996. Test excavation underway at Oakland Cemetery in Tulsa for possible mass graves related to the 1921 Tulsa Race massacre. Tulsa Mayor GT Bytom says it's the right thing to do. I don't want my kids growing up in a city Where way may be walking around on mass graves and not have done everything we could to find them and identify the victims and do right by their families. Work was put on hold and March because of the Corona virus. Pandemic experts have found three possible mass grave locations from the KP. Okay. Whether Severin the flow more storm team will be under a heat advisory this afternoon until eight tonight It'll be mostly sunny today with an actual high around 90 Seven, But the Heat index all the way up to 105 mid seventies tonight with widely scattered storms. I'm Jacqueline Scott News Radio. 1000 to.

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"anna adams" Discussed on EFT/Tapping Q & A Podcast w/ Gene Monterastelli - Emotional Freedom Techniques

EFT/Tapping Q & A Podcast w/ Gene Monterastelli - Emotional Freedom Techniques

05:18 min | 1 year ago

"anna adams" Discussed on EFT/Tapping Q & A Podcast w/ Gene Monterastelli - Emotional Freedom Techniques

"The do have a physical vocabulary to talk about what they're. Sensations are, and so that becomes a really easy thing to ask them about because they've been trained already as humans in the way. Way that we live in this modern world to talk about what is going on inside of their body, which becomes another great way to tune in as we're like finding ways to be helpful in that particular moment, I love that as a great point on another kind of question is. Where does it feel bad? Yeah, right, just really simple. Cut to the chase because in grounding what we're really doing is we're trying to get into the somatic. We're trying to get into physical body, and we're trying to get into the nervous system and we're trying to get into the mix of the brain. None of that needs to be talked about just the idea of grounding involves those so let's get there right with. The other thing that before we step on the other thing that I think is really important. You underline the idea if there is the opportunity to. It's really easy to turn any transformation. Be Transformation that we're providing for someone else or that. We're doing for ourselves to turn it into this all or nothing proposition that I am only successful if I have taken care of everything, my buddy Dan cleary who does pain management always talk about the ten percent solution. How would your life be better if we reduce this by ten percents by someone who's doing pain? Management with clients who may never be out of pain, because of the nature of the physical elements are dealing with like there will be paint. By reframing it into in that case where he's reframing it for its clients in this case for us as the people who are wanting to be helpers, oftentimes, we think we want to take care of everything, and sometimes we don't have the capacity to take care of everything because a time or other restraints, and sometimes we don't actually have to take care of everything to manage the situation that we're in. We just need to be helpful enough so that whatever is next is accessible for them to do next, and so to give ourselves permission to go okay. I calmed down the moment awesome. That is the success that I've been looking for in this particular moment. Right and let's also take a page out of Anna Adams. But the the idea that we respect to child to have some problem solving capability. If we can help them, get back to grounding is true right so if I can again work with the felt sense of safety, if I can get you back to feeling safe enough to bring to get back in your body to start thinking chances are good. They do know a lot about what they need to do. Just the simple stuff, and that's what we're looking for here the basic reassurance you're safe here or.

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"anna adams" Discussed on Dumb People Town

Dumb People Town

12:04 min | 1 year ago

"anna adams" Discussed on Dumb People Town

"This is all going to start the final run of the together to her on the I'm doing the thirteenth who've been alive down people town so you can come to that but then on the fourteenth I will be in Philly and then I will be in Baltimore and that will be in Chicago. I'm headlining ZANIES IN CHICAGO. It's my first time headlining clubs in Chicago Illinois. Oy and I would love to have so many people come out to Zanies. That's the sixteenth through the nineteenth of October and then I get right back into that together to her. The next day on the twentieth and I'm going to Detroit and then I am going to Rochester and then boss Boston and Albany and New York and Cleveland and then I pick backup in November on the eleventh and I'm doing Louisville in Nashville and Milwaukee and Cincinnati probably not that order and then I end my tour on Friday November November fifteenth in Rochelle Illinois so if any of those cities are close to you. Please come out and hang out with me. Come to those shows. I would love to see as many people there i. I think we're doing it. Hell hilarity in Cleveland. That's going to be Super Fun. That's a Friday night and there's so many other great shows will obviously New York and Philly and upstate New York. You guys have been asking me to come there so I am Boston as well again. Go to Daniel van Kirk Dot Com to catch me on the together to her as I wrap this up for everybody who's come out to shows in the past. I love you and I appreciate you and everybody who's GonNa come out. Let's hug and say hi Daniel Van Kirk. Dot Com the together to her. Thanks Hey guys welcome back to the show Joe Scarborough others here with Daniel Van Kerr and we got Rosie and sully tell us about your podcast we did which we loved which explained to our audience they they can start with our episode Dan. I'm not sure if you've done it yet. You're going to do it. It's Great Justin by well. You know it's called in love with Michael. Rosenbaum Chris Sullivan and I have a podcast uh inside you. Michael Rosenbaum and I interviewed solely so I let Michael inside of us and we hit it off hit it off and I just thought man this is a good guy and so much that I told you as a story where I would have. He has this thing with friends which now included were held texture in the morning. Go Hey man I just want to say I'm grateful for you. Grave law my Rif ranch and like people don't do that you know and I just got really I go wow man that's really sweet and I was like so I call. We should do a podcast together heels yeah so it's good to sell us so we're just having conversations with people about the things that they're great before and the things that they love whether it's you know we talked to you guys about comedy and we talk talk to you guys about working together starting off and what Kia and how you develop this love for the art of all things humorous and so we're talking to you know husbands and wives and best friend my ex-girlfriend single. He's married so it's a nice dynamic of engineer. Engineers Yeah just dynamic. It's fun. It's like I think we learn a lot. We have a hotline. We're trying to better ourselves by universe all of your what was done. What was I saying the other day. I was listening to Bruce Springsteen. I was listening to live the eight Rosalita from PASSAIC NEW JERSEY and in that song if people don't know Bruce when he does it live. That's the song he chooses to introduce the ban okay within that songs. There's a big instrumental point wind. He introduces. Everyone and everyone has a nickname defying member totally unlike then he gets to clarence clements these like the king of the world like he starts giving him all last. I mean he loved his ass. He gives him all these monikers and what he's basically saying. Throughout the I love this man I bruce springsteen. The reason why everyone's really here Clarence Thomas is great and yes he's wonderful but people are here to see Bruce springsteen in the eastern man but he's sitting there giving up for every single other members of his band talking about how much he funny has with them. He's showing simply by being the one to introduce them and how valuable he's he's giving showing gratitude in from all this crowd and and it's part of the reason why people can articulate why they love going to a bruce springsteen the street band concert because they're like those guys are on stage having fun with each other those it's guys were loving each other openly loving each other and we got to witness that love and then it made us love all of our friends exactly and I felt that same feeling from from that was the vibe that your podcast. I really enjoyed it. I mean you guys are great and you were talking about like how you guys get. Fistfights the it's eight with me and like you guys used to be so competitive and you don't care about something. You got like. It's putting skin in the game. You understand much respect with you too in love but at the same time so it's it's interesting to see seeing all of these. These guys are successful. Do this success in the eye of the the beholder well to take us into our next story. Debt beauty of Man Dome Dome Dome the matter is that when you talk about dynamics and we talked a lot about our own dynamic that adding Dan to our dynamic and what we've sort of developed in dump people town. Is something thing that we love so much two. It's like it does bad. It is a trinamool get. Is this triumvirate where Jane I have are in between each other tranferred. It's three P. It's like a it's like a black wagon of comedy current. Chick Crater don't know but we were talking about one store. The other day we were talking with someone and we were saying there was historian Dorian. Don People town about a guy who would steal cars to impress to impresses teenage son and he just moved them one block over but just to be like look. I can steal things. I'm cool right. Go right and Randy and I were like you. Dan As parents you can't Dan. You can't understand how important it is that you earn the love of of your kids so we get this guy would do this. I don't know how you don't know how powerful it is to want your life you to like. I was like you guys don't know how how powerful it is to wish you had a dad that exactly so there we go and now we see the dynamic of what Dan Comes from this perspective we come from our perspective and we jump jump into dump stories of which we have to know. The name of their podcast is in love with Michael Rosenbaum Chris Solvent. Okay check it out. I got the oven thanks sending by Novak at the Ed Jew Cater E. Not G. J. E. W. Ju- cater educator what started out as a joke ended with this maid of Honor Balancing Bouquet Okay in T. rex arms yet. This bride certainly wasn't a bridezilla no the Anna Adams Deanna Adams. I don't do that to your kids. Don't end their first name. Adams Chris Sullivan. Yes soliva Chris my my voice all of my voice mails. This is Chris Sullivan I want. I wish you name was Chris. Chris Sullivan like this Chris Chris Sullivan Chris Christie also uh-huh fisker since I was born my last name when I was born was all so I have that. Dan Dogs like when does it. Stop Gel Daniel van Kirk little better when Deanna Adams told her bridal party they wear whatever they wanted to her wedding that idea yeah. I asked her maid of Honor Yup Casino so prized guests by showing up to the ceremony in an inflatable tarantulas. I rex costs. I knew anything like that person. That's when my kids are in my day are you. This semantics of spreading and ready for the guys ready for the Fokker Sullivan just took a microphone the mouse okay. Do you have your kids with her. Check out the photo getting married in a backyard. It's fine part. Oh Wow they love where whatever you want and the maid of honor is like you got no problem. Hey Johnny yeah no jacket over. There is wearing a sport then they're I think they're both wearing sneakers and so is the they're all wearing chuck. It looks like it's a wedding ironic Roenick. It's going to be one of three or four times over for those of you. That have done it when it's over. Do you then realize how many things didn't need to be that important Yup. Oh yeah seat covers a we didn't need to invite these people. We didn't need to see what we drink anyway anyway. You know what I've I've been to weddings. The bride and groom are like the cocktail hour show just spend the whole thing yeah yeah we just got some tall tables and bar with some music and just told people think foods yeah shares up by this the bride the bride was cool with it. When you're the man of honor and you're told you can wear anything you choose meters shared in an October Br August tenth facebook Post said has since gone viral she wrote. I regret nothing in the photo really regrets without all the only thing she's ever made a decision. She finally broke out of her shell. I said anything I regret nothing in the photo Cassini wearing and the is anything I regret nothing and standing next to the bridesmaids and Adams as she and her new husband exchange I will say this where whatever you want but you shouldn't wear something that requires someone to help guide you down down there yet the room I you're on you're standing right now. My tail high hope hope the bride saw her coming down the aisle and then decided I'm not gonNA say anything. No Oh no. We're not going to address it. That's we're going to go whole house. How sweet would it be if the T. REX was wearing a yarmulke. Grab didn't say a word about it. It's not a Jewish wedding. It's not a Jewish it. You said everything and then she's got a problem with that. The Theresa May said anything anything but I remember being. I remember being surprised that everyone seemed to be doing their best to avoid noticing the elephant in the room. You mean correct or should I say Dino. It was hard to see in the costume meter told the Daily Mail about her decision to wear the costume for the ceremony which started out as a joke between her and her sister and I think probably stayed a joke for the BRA. That was a funny joke yeah when member. We've talked about you wearing REX costuming my way. That was a funny joke. Yeah does that count as a joke. No no no. You're probably never going to get married so I won't have a chance chance to do this by the way when did they how many years have to pass before they go. Oh my God remember when you were that T. Rex Alpha. I don't ever have to say it ever Brunch the next you don't bring that up. It's world still member. She wore that yes we're GONNA come. Incoming came buffet brunch buffet. I'm getting more. You're shouting. We're in a small room right in your room. I don't need a chair. Never need to sit down but sit in my whole life. where's uncle drunk rats on? I remember for being surprised. Everyone tried to avoid it. She said it began. Adams asked her little sister to be her maid of honor last year but a year ago. My big sister texted me asked if I'd be a maid of honor. She not knowing that I'm not text like once in a phone call..

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"anna adams" Discussed on Feminist Utopia

Feminist Utopia

06:39 min | 2 years ago

"anna adams" Discussed on Feminist Utopia

"Welcome to feminist utopia, a community dedicated to envisioning and creating a more just society for all. Effeminate utopia, episode fag in our doggerel episode we talked about how we believe religion is a feminist issue. And so today, we're having our very first interview, and it's going to be with our friend Deanna atoms. We so appreciate Deanna for being brave enough to come on with us. And for putting up with our recording fiascos sit were still learning the copy shop, that we chose did not have good acoustics. So we went with plan b which was in a parked car in the parking lot in a city parking lot with sirens and everything. So huge, thanks to our sound engineer for cleaning it up, and huge, thanks to the Anna to huge huge, thanks to the Anna for coming out and sitting in the back of her car while we all huddled around a computer. Deanna recently published an essay, titled black women and Christianity in the United States. Historic perspective. Part two, and it was published in the book, women V religion, and it's an exciting read there'll be a link to the book on our website Deanna is well known to us through her activist work in the humanist community. And in this essay, she discusses issues regarding women and atheists and their marginalisation in the civil rights movement. And also, the continuing issues black women face from their religious communities. It really is a very well written illustration of intersectional oppressions for black women who face challenges, and then our further marginalized within their religious communities. Here's an excerpt from Dana's chapter followed by our interview with her enjoy in order for the modern black woman to begin to heal. From generations of religious dilatory. It is essential to be honest about the unhealthy relationships abuse in financial difficulties that are Zeltser baited by at Heerenveen Christianity. Apathy for our health in social Justice issues, especially those most concerning to black women must be addressed. Honestly, within any plan to truly prosper. We're welcoming t- Anna Adams to our cod cast today. We're going to talk about a book that she helped write called women religion. And I think the best way to start is to tell us a lot about yourself in about the book. Thanks for having me today. I'm very excited. So as you both know was involved in the human est and eight Theus movement in the Houston area and make long story a little bit shorter was approached about writing, specifically, why black women should consider leaving religion. It's something that's been very important to me personally in my journey. And it's something that I'm very concerned about because as you either have heard, or will here shortly Christianity is not helpful to black women in a lot of different ways. There's a lot of abuse that occurs in the name of Christianity in a lot of accepting views bets is a problem. So. So her saly, speaking, my back story, if you will, I was a devoted wife and church member was in the ministry of arts in drama, wrote plays, and towards the end Alice also in an abusive marriage. So I like to say I left an abusive church and abusive marriage on the same day I went to talk to my pastor about finally getting out of this after she had been telling me over and over and over again just keep praying for my husband just trae that he'll get better. And he'll stop treating me in the children the way that he was. And Finally, I was done with it after specific episode. And she told me if I left because she hid invited him unbeknownst to me to this meeting. But if I left and I might as well just keep walking. And that's exactly what I did. So walked away from him. I walked away from that church. And eventually, I walked away from the idea of God at all. And it became crystal clear to me that a lot of women, especially black women. Are held in these situations with no upside. You know, talked about in the book how we still have the highest rates of disease, the highest rates of maternal mortality, highest health issues, and yet they're the most religious. So it doesn't really make sense. What's do force? Like, really so, yeah, that's the back story and how I got involved in this particular project. And the book women V religion overall is thirteen different essays that are speaking about why women should consider leaving religion. They smaller type is the case against faith in four freedom, and appearing Garces editor, her first book was about essays of personal stories of women in how they left religion on her second book. She wanted it to be more focused on making that case for women so that they can decide for themselves in the book itself covers all types of religions there. There's essay about Islam nursing to save a Judaism, several about Christianity different types in resonates, with me, because I firmly believe religion is a feminist issue. It's used against women to kill them into becoming the drama person at their church in providing a bunch of free labor with the hope of eternal salvation at the end of it. One of the things that we talk about with feminism utopia is how misogyny ass- so in craned in our society. And when it's disguised in the context of the religion that you were brought up with it's hard to recognize. We're just saying that in our feminist utopia, faith in God with not be dependent on subservient women. And you make the case in your essay Deanna really well about the reasons why religion makes it more difficult for women. And how you become entrenched in the church in one of the things that I wanna hear about, is how you got the courage

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"anna adams" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

04:13 min | 3 years ago

"anna adams" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"To communicate by using more than a thousand and signs died at the age of forty six a bbc investigation has found serious allegations of sexual misconduct against foreign aid organization medicine san frontier former employees told the bbc that scene women believed to be prostitutes being used by aid workers who were working on missions in kenya and two countries in central africa they will say described to coach of endemic sexism in the organization one wissel blower said a senior member of staff said it was possible to bought a sex medication in liberia msf also known as doctors without borders said it was deeply saddened by the allegations and would investigate dan damon asked the bbc's anna adams who's been covering the story why these allegations have come to light now i think a lot of this has to do with the oxfam's gondal breaking earlier this year into a lesser extent alligators against save the children and i think it's made a lot of aid workers think about the things that they've seen not it just with msf but across the whole sector i mean i've spoken to dozens of people thought this investigation and come from all different agencies and an ngos and they've all said very similar things but i think a lot of this kind of behavior has been normalized within this world and i think once allegations started coming out about the other charities it really gave people the sort of confidence to sort of think okay we've seen similar things and we want to talk about that now you've been talking to these women who remained anonymous wide nervous about coming forward while there were a number of reasons one was simply because they fear that the krier blacklisted there are a lot of crossover within aid agencies short term contracts and people working across orange convent two different agencies but also it seen as very much oh culture part of the sort of rough and tumble of life out there in the field and i think that they thought that if they were seen to be affected by this that would affect their chances of being seen as being up to the job and in another clip we here for from some of the women who complained about this being described as broken dole's so you can see why people would be nervous if they did the blow the whistle but i guess more importantly they were also worried about some of their colleagues and more dangerous parts of the world being put at risk with local government in the contacts they have their so we did make the women anonymous let's hear from one of those that do you spoken to tell us about this clip we're going to well this woman matters in a european city and she was so nervous about being identified that she wouldn't even let us name the european city now she told us the senior member of staff had said it was possible to barter sex medication with women who are getting medical aid he said oh it's so easy and said it is if it was nothing it's so easy to bottom medicare with these easy girls in liberia and i thought what did he just say he was suggesting lots of the young girls who had lost their parents to the abode of crisis that they would do anything sexual in exchange for medication so when you heard your boss here's the trace bought her medication with girls what did you think he meant by that sex in exchange for medication had haven himself yes he had in fact he bragged about quite a lot to say in front of three or four p people who were there and to say it to me very directly what's this all about it was impossible for us to verify that specific claim because the whistle blow you just heard there wasn't in liberia at the time this was something she heard in the office and when we put this to mess f they said they needed more information to investigate vitry that and that's important what else have they said well they actually said that they welcome the scrutiny and they hope more people would be able to come forward and talk about this kind of thing they admitted that they had a problem with underreporting and they said that is something that they've been looking at they did say that they had mechanisms in place for people to report things confidentially our investigative reporter and adams the us house of representatives is due to vote today on a series of reforms to.

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"anna adams" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

04:13 min | 3 years ago

"anna adams" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"To communicate by using more than a thousand and signs died at the age of forty six a bbc investigation has found serious allegations of sexual misconduct against foreign aid organization medicine san frontier former employees told the bbc that scene women believed to be prostitutes being used by aid workers who were working on missions in kenya and two countries in central africa they will say described to coach of endemic sexism in the organization one wissel blower said a senior member of staff said it was possible to bought a sex medication in liberia msf also known as doctors without borders said it was deeply saddened by the allegations and would investigate dan damon asked the bbc's anna adams who's been covering the story why these allegations have come to light now i think a lot of this has to do with the oxfam's gondal breaking earlier this year into a lesser extent alligators against save the children and i think it's made a lot of aid workers think about the things that they've seen not it just with msf but across the whole sector i mean i've spoken to dozens of people thought this investigation and come from all different agencies and an ngos and they've all said very similar things but i think a lot of this kind of behavior has been normalized within this world and i think once allegations started coming out about the other charities it really gave people the sort of confidence to sort of think okay we've seen similar things and we want to talk about that now you've been talking to these women who remained anonymous wide nervous about coming forward while there were a number of reasons one was simply because they fear that the krier blacklisted there are a lot of crossover within aid agencies short term contracts and people working across orange convent two different agencies but also it seen as very much oh culture part of the sort of rough and tumble of life out there in the field and i think that they thought that if they were seen to be affected by this that would affect their chances of being seen as being up to the job and in another clip we here for from some of the women who complained about this being described as broken dole's so you can see why people would be nervous if they did the blow the whistle but i guess more importantly they were also worried about some of their colleagues and more dangerous parts of the world being put at risk with local government in the contacts they have their so we did make the women anonymous let's hear from one of those that do you spoken to tell us about this clip we're going to well this woman matters in a european city and she was so nervous about being identified that she wouldn't even let us name the european city now she told us the senior member of staff had said it was possible to barter sex medication with women who are getting medical aid he said oh it's so easy and said it is if it was nothing it's so easy to bottom medicare with these easy girls in liberia and i thought what did he just say he was suggesting lots of the young girls who had lost their parents to the abode of crisis that they would do anything sexual in exchange for medication so when you heard your boss here's the trace bought her medication with girls what did you think he meant by that sex in exchange for medication had haven himself yes he had in fact he bragged about quite a lot to say in front of three or four p people who were there and to say it to me very directly what's this all about it was impossible for us to verify that specific claim because the whistle blow you just heard there wasn't in liberia at the time this was something she heard in the office and when we put this to mess f they said they needed more information to investigate vitry that and that's important what else have they said well they actually said that they welcome the scrutiny and they hope more people would be able to come forward and talk about this kind of thing they admitted that they had a problem with underreporting and they said that is something that they've been looking at they did say that they had mechanisms in place for people to report things confidentially our investigative reporter and adams the us house of representatives is due to vote today on a series of reforms to.

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"anna adams" Discussed on News Talk 710 KNUS

News Talk 710 KNUS

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"anna adams" Discussed on News Talk 710 KNUS

"Grateful that were kicking it often douglas county as we always do every year it so so fitting this particular year well we're always happy to have you on i am open at we get you folks out paso county ah and dr anna adams county as well you know they suffered a terrible loss of this year you know hopefully we can get some of those folks uh down as well on just in a law enforcement from from all over the place that we'd be able to come and then a little bit of time with the with individuals and of course you know everyone's invited go to living douglas county to uh to come down there we we encourage everyone just to come down so i'm excited about it i i've actually looking forward when he said that i'm gonna make sure that i that i bring my uh my uh my belt bad so i can hand it over to them and i hope you need to have someone uh you don't pay the pictures of the douglas county's your bad recall was other batches that'll be kinda neat thing yeah that's really cool and and i have had listeners writing in and calling in and wanting to know about uh done restrictions at the douglas county fairground what are what are the rules down there well the uh in the building i wanna say i don't think there's any restrictions for uh concealed handgun permit and i don't believe there are any restrictions for open cherry down there uh there are a couple other buildings that are down the other enough to chew um uh universities that do education programs and stuff and i believe those are restrictive buildings that i i'm not quite sure i'm trying to look at my uh my my uh in my mind's eye to lift at the front door to see if their post it but um well that'd be plenty of law enforcement there to ask that question that anybody has question there will be plenty enough and i i just have to look at the building but i could not believe that there's any um restrictions uh where you you can't uh if you're if you're conceal have been carried permit you can you can carried on uh on the fairgrounds property and uh and i and of course still can carry isues constitutionally sound um as well and so uh i don't think there's any of that i go there.

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