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"armindo" Discussed on The Family Podcast

The Family Podcast

06:56 min | 1 year ago

"armindo" Discussed on The Family Podcast

"Ladies and gentlemen and welcome to another episode of the family podcasts. Fairbrother's brothers my name. Is sammy my name. Is don a welcome to the show. Everybody welker why the loan car. I'm just like taking a minute. Spend moment and it's been a moment. He's been a moment free weeks. You know Almost a month. Yeah almost a month. And i'm like ninety to get back to. This is a yeah. This is my therapy dig. Been like everybody needs to piss off a people been onto me. Maybe the loss to two free moments online. You don't need to give me a break. Imagine yeah. I was about to go holiday and then i realized us who manager. And she's like car she's gonna go holiday getting like a month in china. Go holiday get in there quickly. But she doesn't mind. she's carb life. If i took holidays she took all day. Should just make sure you cover in her. So it's calling flexible things flexible fair enough so before we kick off this week's episode. How have you been 'cause. Obviously i touch base with you a little bit. Little bit But in terms of sitting down and talking to the people at first of all let me. Just say big up to the people at india here because you have been on our madness. Oh f- anyone who doesn't know for ever since we've started the two most listen countries that we occupy has always been the uk where we're from an americorps and where we do have a lot of social media ties and stuff like that But bro india came in like two months ago and they were just flat darwin having none of it and so they should broke invested in their culture bay just barging people out the way so now for the first time ever is the united kingdom and indio germany. First armindo your first childminder. She won't mind. Yeah oh matt. But you remember. And i remember her from young invested in my car jacobs. It's good it's good Big older you big opt. Every country had venezuela We've had bear countries. Just jump on board south korea because everyone who's yourself career Obviously our brothers them in australia. Bear countries bear countries i. I'm just surprised i'm surprised. Every time i look on the list and i see france have been working with us two years. The family were to a listen man. There's trying get don and Never need johnson and it doesn't have to be like this. Why do not saying that you you could do it for the people in the united say Just planning in. Yeah just planning time. Yeah that's the that's the big one and so yeah but yeah totally people. How you've been bribing well apart from work. I've been i've been. I've been i've been doing a little reflecting recently often kosovo's good to check in with yourself and see what's going on Honestly 'cause a lot of people have been getting onto me about this day in in it. Kinda arcade. Do i need to day and then not just four by in that. Nice all to myself. Not that. I'm on the day inside. The on on the dan i because to be on this moment in time i don't really know in it. It just made me think that like imagine or the the good traits the army losing genucel in la. Think about that to myself like so for example. I just give a bit more clarity when you're young here. He taught motza time in. Always trying to move up females. Well for for young people in from the ages of what life teen tonight twenty. One is like the kind of prime minute where you just really care about. Law goes in i it. It makes you able to speak to goes in kind. Nonchalant fashion in is just like took into goes in it. And i think to myself because i've seen a lot of people who elderly and on relationships and people you our relationship and i'm like well you very rarely get a practice that skill if you turn into a hermit crab do you know. It's funny Jordan peterson was saying some because well. Isn't it about This is wild and that because it's so of topic and has nothing to do while sane and you'll see that slight lincoln He was talking about people who just watch porno time. And he was saying it gives them a very unrealistic view of the world. Because they believe that that's how women should be treated and that's how sexual go and have this kind of virtual weld in their head about sexual intercourse and that's not really. The way goes to know what i'm saying An affiliate that for other things. If you don't practice stop and you just keep stuff in your head of the time you'll use to spend in time by. Oh so you're very in your fool. don't communicate with other people because you feel like people should be able to read the room and the body language and stuff you lose the skills of communication verbally. You may gain of things but you lose of things. I think that's where i've been doing. A reflecting kinda just to think about. What did i have back in the day dodgers used to do. Nobody would ask me. Nobody would just do it. And what did i get out of it. You know Saw been doing a law that but yeah man. I mean apart from that i can't complain. You know me. Sos blessings men like you got life you breathe in good. Family nausea n- Owes fine feet to eat plantations poun- we praise god. Do we handsome. He we have so. I don't have an issue. My thing is like imagine. Even if i was broke care to pontiac could get me contain. I'm beings maybe like a sound tomorrow. Tomorrow's shock offense on fish somewhere. Hammers rid get me You know what kind of a blessing some people don't even know what i'm talking about obama. You're not blessed. Jacob playing them play areas areas by in law. I've been. I've been good obviously ever since we started a poll. 'cause i've been perpetually always thinking about the next step in it almost like a with addiction bought. We spent loss week away in on stanton. Sorry hans stanton. Which is in norfolk big. Got the people of norfolk. One was very interesting to see how.

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"armindo" Discussed on 90 Day Fiance Trash Talk

90 Day Fiance Trash Talk

03:08 min | 1 year ago

"armindo" Discussed on 90 Day Fiance Trash Talk

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"armindo" Discussed on Cueca Apertada

Cueca Apertada

07:21 min | 1 year ago

"armindo" Discussed on Cueca Apertada

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"armindo" Discussed on In Search of the New Compassionate Male

In Search of the New Compassionate Male

08:22 min | 1 year ago

"armindo" Discussed on In Search of the New Compassionate Male

"Are activity here in community hopes are prisoners. Embark john ponder but he wants to check it out. It's a fabulous program doors fired. The police department were. Da's office judicial. There's a fourth element. You wanna guess what the fourth quarter you run this in criminal justice werner war. Well what my question would be like when there is ever a gun at an incident with a gun. What i'm most interested is not what happens after but what was happening one second before what was happening a week before what was happening a month before what was those. Are the questions that i feel like that. We should be thinking about dance. You are as we say in the game. We are very warm number. Four that you learn criminal justice the fourth plank of criminal justice restorative justice and if door of justice restorative justice is just the expression of compassion renew judicial system. And if you look around. I don't know how it is in texas but i'm gonna guess you don't have it on formerly in the system. We probably have judges who say well this one. We're gonna let off because you know at least in circumstances which. You don't have a formal restorative justice program. So i began what i call whispering. Conversations when are thinking about moving to action from no attitude. compassion. I found that there was a deep appetite adding that or client and so i have wonderful. Solid restarted restored of justice in baltimore philadelphia in dc avenue. Obama fellow secrets. Wani who is part of restorative justice program in dc. She's the one who originally fired made to get onto this and we're getting onto it and it's really really exciting in our focus is juvenile's Because as you said dennis what was going on three seconds before that gun runoff. What was going on in the home a week month and year before that gun went off. And when you begin to put those elements together win both the victim and the perpetrator begin to see if you will the larger picture then. There becomes room for compassion and restorative justice and so we had a wonderful sallow. I took a class where charac mazarine who is the fella who started these programs are in released. Wonderful felonies name was read also rivera dolla. Twenty four years old. The dasa former marine dog group in chicago dafa grew up in a family in which there was a tremendous alcohol dolls. Slow married his sweetheart. The doll hall ranked to her party. One night woke up to find his wife dead. We had blacked out into some kind of state and he was in jail on first degree murder. The soak sharma restorative justice side. Got to adopt knock before the our original court case for after in his rodolfo shared with us. Students are at georgetown myself. A few of us were led in so we could hear these stories and said would be alive today. I attempted suicide four times. I wouldn't be alive today if there wasn't restored justice program engaged and he said today as i sit here talking to you. I restored relations with my mother-in-law and rinse my wife. Sam wynne and my young son who was born just a few months turkey for my wife. Sta ion so looking forward to micro and doing everything in my power to be a good prisoner and to show that. I really do care and i have stopped obviously because in prison all by addictive behaviors. My big question right as we move forward into this twenty th century which as such great i certainly do. What are the programs that were like. What is the track. Were laying down right now. We're compassion to be operational within our systems. And i think a big one is restorative. Justice are wherever you are out there and radio lab whatever state you're living in. I encourage you to reach out to your da to return general to these people and find out what's going on you. Have you formally institutionalized restorative justice in. Our state now began the kobe period was a huge period of transition also. Interestingly decided that. I should write a book. I wrote a children's book or it's the story of a father daughter and its discovery of the daughter of what love really is and as she goes through the journey. Were the father. And they got these star stairwell to heaven and they sit there on the clouds talking about what love is gets a little senate because she discovers to have love. Give it away yes. That's the big secret you know Guard talking with charlie barker and and and the charter. He said something wanted. I never thought of and it was. We've got to start teaching passion when babies and to do that got his parents. But that's that's the see as we're begins there and I've gone back as far as we teach our young folks that he really of nail on the head. And that's that's what i see in this book. Yeah that's that's what's got to go on in again. I call it three. Acids synchronicity serendipity and synergy right now when you open your heart. Mind to what's real. Those three s.'s. Began to kick in and one of the people i've met in the last year who has changed my life is leading into starlet. Lewis scarlet lewis lives in luton newton. Connecticut yes yes. I'm on sadly sadly there was. There was a terrific Murder their mass shooting her son jesse stood in front of adam lanza with his rifle and we think say relies are all of this because he took the bull so dear scarlet lewis and her team have started another program which is called choosing love and to your point clay choosing mazar program which is free. You can bring it into any institution. It's basically just cultivating a culture love and compassion and getting teachers pre k. And k and one two three all the way to begin to think on these things. I believe in looking sincari's things we do Then armindo began to change and so she is instituting programs across united states in school systems and other places called choosing love. So i encourage your radio audience to go look choosing love choose. Relationship.

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"armindo" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

AM 1590 WCGO

08:22 min | 1 year ago

"armindo" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

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"armindo" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

AM 1590 WCGO

06:27 min | 1 year ago

"armindo" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

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"armindo" Discussed on What The Focaccia with Niki Webster and Bettina Campolucci Bordi

What The Focaccia with Niki Webster and Bettina Campolucci Bordi

03:02 min | 1 year ago

"armindo" Discussed on What The Focaccia with Niki Webster and Bettina Campolucci Bordi

"So i think it's so central to so many things and we've only recently in the last number of years made that lincoln realize importance of and even can i say well unless they were very excited about this. Exactly what you wanna talk to you that great even down to like the taste of our food typically said the score notice the brick score where say we can take a carrot. We can put a true refractory. Her and we can measure the brick scores in degree of sweetness in any type of vegetables. Typically we use it for coffey to measure extracted. It is say a typical character in the uk would have a brick score between six to eight and You might be familiar with a chef in new york. Dan barber on their farm. They focus on growing for nutrition for taste and they grow some carrots. That can have a score of sixty point nine. So that's over twice the degree of an available sugars and often frus- typically the tastiest fruits are the ripened fruits. And they're so just like they're ready to just deliver that sweet delicious deliciousness an indicator that the sugars are more readily available than similar veg. The more the more tasty veges typically. It's an indicator that it's got a higher nutritional composition to that's fascinating amazing and it's exactly what we want to talk about. Which is how how food affects on mood. And and how it's related to the gut because you've got some online courses that focus on gut health. I e yeah we are happy. Good course we started with two and a half years ago we partnered with a consultant gastrologist doctrine and desmond super cool dude and rosie martic astra Day greg question steve. Gas from just is a digestion. Dr studied for seventeen years to consultants at an expert in their field. And and then a dietitian rosie martin and we gonna partners to build this online course and we now had more than twenty thousand people true and i guess through the process. We just learned the massive importance with the microbiome is as we said. It's the evil ever. Everyone of us as a bait to keiji of microorganisms in our aka. Our cola am stephen said of microorganisms. Which is bacteria yeast fungi on our archea. And there will be a single cell tiny little organisms. And we've got a base this. According to leading sewing say we've got a big ten trillion human cells but we are actually hosted by one hundred trillion microorganisms and. These are in every cell in our body there even in armindo cadre which are which are kind of like our inner power has is in each of ourselves. So they're like they're super important to human health in every aspect of it and what. We has a massive impact on our microbes on our. You know our health and the number one biggest thing you can do is actually fiber. Is eve fiber some. Most people eating traditional uk are irish diet typically get anywhere approximately sixteen to seventeen grams of fiber per day. The recommended daily intake is around thirty grams of fiber per day. And if you're eating.

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"armindo" Discussed on Daily Detroit

Daily Detroit

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"armindo" Discussed on Daily Detroit

"I think wow. It's a seller's market. It really isn't market. Yeah d- does any of this change anytime soon or is it just until we get more supply. This is kind of the future. That's a good question. I mean i. I don't know where it's gonna come from. I think it probably is gonna stay for a while. I guess the one thing that might stop it is millennials are having a hard time buying homes. I think a lot of people who would normally be investing in their first home are not because they're not making much money or they're seeing that the market is way too competitive and they're just opting out so that's a depressing reason for this trend to continue but yeah i think i think it's gonna stay this way for a long time. Well i feel like. I got smarter from all of this. And i'm glad for all of your insights. I also think people should go read your piece. The headline is can't tell the difference between detroit's new apartment buildings. Here's why by. Aaron mundri dig detroit on detour. Detroiter dot com or put a link in the show notes also at aaron mondrian on twitter. I appreciate you. And i appreciate your time today. Well that's it from detroit's north end. Thank you so much for listening. Armindo consider sharing the show with the front. It's the best way to push detroit's conversation forward with that. i'm jair stays. Thank you so much for listening tomorrow. Fletcher sharpens into talk. Sports as well as we'll cover a whole bunch of things happening around down so take care of each other. And i'll see you around detroit..

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"armindo" Discussed on Rooster Teeth Podcast

Rooster Teeth Podcast

08:21 min | 1 year ago

"armindo" Discussed on Rooster Teeth Podcast

"That's like a booster box of on open packs of batman forever. And i've been saving four 'cause i went. I went through stint oil back. Where i was buying just like i opened box. Like a power injure cards. I already did batman returns. Some people have actually sent me some cards like someone sent me a pack of hook films our favorite movies movie and then also free willy to pack great. Someone else sent me like three packs of small soldier. Dude that's fucking. It's so good. The pack of cards is the of the cars they have in. There are the most like lowest effort thing they did. It's like someone pulled a torrent of the movie and that's the official cards but it looks like someone took a tour of the movie. Ran it through compression and then took screen shots that printed on a seventy two like laser printer. They're terrible old school. Marketing for films is so fascinating. Because that's what this whole like a pinball machines were mark machines literally. So i recently got to go to disneyworld and they had i lucked out. How fringe community. That jack hooked up and we were able to go to rise the resistance. I got to do all the star wars stuff like very thoroughly. Before they looked at the mask mandate so i felt pretty comfortable about it and that was King groundbreaking and it was like the coolest like i realize. The whole thing was basically a commercial for star wars. And i was just so hippie emotions like i still think about it at night but how can it be a an ad for star wars. You're literally at the park. Maybe i mean that that is the product but it's the product. Yeah i don't know. I mean i've always felt like star. Tours is an ad because like they have specific scenes from the various tours was an ad because in my opinion it was because it was a sponsored ride involving a theatrical film. That was not connected to disney. Yeah tell you. What's ned because at the end. There's a gift shop theme parks like you walk out and you're like they're like hey your resistance pilot now and then there might have been smugglers and then like you're right there and they have like pilot gear. You wanna help flipped at this point. I think the movies and stuff are ads for that for the ride wolf for that experience like for you you go see the movie. Because they want to sell the toys they want to sell the going to die They resorts resorts. They want to sell. The dvd's they want like disney plus subscription more money than the movie ticket that you bought the they don't have the new lightsaber yet. Correct the one. That is a one copy right now. It's not going to be for sale. But it's expensive is it to make sabre disneyland or disney thousand. One hundred to two hundred hundred day. There's a there's a patent that went out that got people interested in actually teasers. Come out showing a what they call a real lightsaber. But it can't be a real life actually kill you but it's something that like lily as a hilt that can extend to fully lit lightsaber that the cast members are going to start having. Wow that is as opposed to like at best you can have that out and flies from my understanding. It's like. I don't know what the patent is exactly but it's a light plastic material that's able to like on role when the patent showed was that it was similar. It's like technology that's in a tape. Measure essentially in that tape measure can go out and it has a rigidity too It's that kind of thing kind of technology. It's pretty cool. They have a little little video. Showing i think a girl raves the yes theme park race which no cast members that was the one downside of this visit was like no cast members well know during parades and legends. That was like the footage of japan where they opened up first and they had the actresses out and they were all just like way up on these balconies into the peasants below their installs. There's sexy glass. That's right you can come up and get a picture of me in the background. Like i had an old man but they were doing the parade. And then gastonia was up there and i saw the gastonia. What are you saying. What do you say felt old because ozone. Oh no no no. What's his name. What's his name guest on. Why guest guests toned baby. I mean it's how it's spelt to be fair. It's who cares anyway guests. Tony very clearly like like probably like early twenties. Maybe late teens. And i was like that guy he looked at. Jesus that's That's probably what they are in the movie probably felt so fucking all i replied to be Is like two thousand nine. Maybe before i had a job anywhere and i was still in college. I was looking into applying to be a princess at disneyland world because it was like this. Sounds like a dream job to get to dress up like a princess every day and kids and families who are just happy to help you have a good time music is i want to propose you. Yeah exactly they probably everyone Maybe that's how we would have met eventually plane. Just working with the puck but the height requirements for princesses. I think in particular those characters is like five five or something like that. Because i could be like who i could be like the stepmother from cinderella krill. I think people are toll eight. I think it'd be more fun to be one of those characters who l. a basically in all fun she doesn't get mean about it but she does get to like be a little rude in sassy and they're going to have to keep the smile on. Yeah if she's not supposed to see. I'm pleaser though i wouldn't be able to say something and potentially make a kid cry. That would kiss the kids. love it. they they expect to be also. I don't feel it. Krill is mean to. The kids. 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"armindo" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

03:50 min | 1 year ago

"armindo" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Know because he's not gonna pull up go into suburbia with He loves i just saw her in something called sentinel on amazon where she played french. Special forces and Was kind of hard to believe someone. That skinny could be tough but yeah she is a great actress. Beautiful thing she's drop dead gorgeous in this show. They put her in these nineteen sixties costumes with the tight waste and the full scholarship. Four just And also i love her in. My one of my favorite favorite movies of the past couple of years is the death of stalin. I love that film. I love that film. Armindo in nucci you know. He did For people not know this movie which you can. I'm sure you can rent. But she plays A concert pianist In that and and that movie to me is just like the funniest ever. I don't get to talk to you. Know i've been making a living film critic for almost forty years you know film critic and historian and all that. Yeah i've been very fortunate but i don't. What do you say to people. I don't get to talk to my female colleagues enough to you. Say to people. I tell them to write you know. Learn how to write reviews and then have an opinion be different. What do you say to people. I mean one of the things. I've been saying over and over kind of on a broader ark for the past couple of years nat. It's that You i'm sorry What i've been saying on a broader level is that we need female critics so that female filmmakers can go out and make female for the whole thing. There's a whole arc where you can email producers etc. You need a whole you. You need the whole pipeline to main email component. Not only female sure early. But you know and then what i tell people and now it's very different but what i say is right if you you know lord knows you can go right on medium now or you. Can i started out in manhattan at the local papers life so what would be the example like the bay area. What was the bay area giveaway weekly. Oh there's been so many. But i work for a local paper to and just great. It's just great and talk. Yeah unfortunately you've been speaking with them. Adams for emanates m choice go to mac choice dot com and in fact right now if you put in spring sale twenty one at checkout you can get fifty percent off your first six months so many great shows from the continent wonderland typist from germany. Coming down on april twentieth. Well salma thank you so much for your time. Really appreciate it. Yeah okay and wonderland enough janet. It's interesting too when you think about All these shows in europe. I kind of feel sometimes like oh we already have access to them but it just shows that there's so much content that we haven't even heard about yet light right so that's good service. She providing good stuff. I think i might have to sign up for this thing to some great shows so really going to spend that twelve dollars.

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Scrubbing The Past To Give Those With A Criminal Record A Second Chance

NPR's Business Story of the Day

06:59 min | 4 years ago

Scrubbing The Past To Give Those With A Criminal Record A Second Chance

"Here's a startling figure. Almost one in four American adults has a criminal record. That's according to federal statistics people charged with or convicted of even minor offenses can face consequences long after they have paid their debts to society, a criminal record can be a barrier to finding a job a home or getting alone in the past two years, though, many states and cities have been passing or expanding laws to help restore rights. And peers Eric westervelt has been looking into this and joins us now hair. Our Rachel can you just remind us of what the extent of the barriers are your lawyers who work in the series. They look you can't underestimate, you know. How much conviction even for a misdemeanor and the vast majority of convictions in America are for misdemeanors can have this ripple effect and relegate someone with a record to kind of permanent second class status as they try to get their life back in order. I mean, take the case of Jay Jordan, Jay served seven years in prison for felony robbery when he was young. He's been out for nearly eight years he completed his probation. He has no offense is not even a traffic ticket. And he told me he still faces almost daily hurdles as he tries to get his life back to normal. You know, I'll try to adopt right with turned down. Tried to volunteer at school with turn down tried to sell insurance with turn down trying to sell us cars with down. So, you know, every single step of the way when I try to better myself, and you know, be able to take care of myself, and my family there, these massive barriers, right? And I'm not alone. He now works for a nonprofit Rachel that advocates for the rights of the formerly incarcerated and really the question. His group is asking is how long should these? Convictions. Be on somebody's record, especially when people have done their time and wanna move on and become good citizens. So there are a lot of states that are trying to change this rate. I mean, my understanding more than twenty states have passed some kind of laws or made changes to lower these barriers. Why is it happening? Now, I think two things Rachel driving. This more people on the right and left agree that mass incarceration and the drug wars just clog the courts and prisons, you know, in his hurt society and the economy one study shows that unemployment among formerly incarcerated is twenty seven percent and even higher for African Americans over thirty percent. Number two. I think the legalization of marijuana is a key driver here. Again, there's this bipartisan sense that it doesn't make sense that people are still paying a big price for something. That's now either legal or decriminalized in many states, and one of the most progressive laws that was passed is in Indiana solidly Republican state Barbara brochures, reporter with our member station W F. Are you in Bloomington? She's part of NPR's criminal Justice collaborative new reporting partnership with some of our member stations, and Barbara looked into how Indianapolis is helping people who want a second chance a stick. Listen to her story. When Indianapolis residents with a criminal record one to turn their lives around many of them end up in the sub basement of the downtown city county, building the long, gray ward or has concrete walls and almost resembles a jail, but people come to this underground room to escape their criminal pass through one of the only open doors is a large quiet room, bold, black letters on the back wall, say don't look back. You're not going that way, a young volunteers helping a man fill out some paperwork, if you don't mind signing right there right there in today or splintering. This is the neighborhood Christian legal clinics. Expunge -ment help desk, they help people file petitions to expunge their records under Indiana's second chance law which legislators passed a few years ago while it's called expunge -ment. It doesn't actually erase arrests or charges. It just hides. Them from public view. So they won't pop up during a background check. That's what kept happening to LaTasha post in before she came here for help. Sometime we get stuck on our past and let our past guide us. She's forty four now, but ran into trouble shortly after she had her first daughter as a team, she racked up a lot of arrests over the next two decades for everything from public intoxication to receiving stolen property, but long after she changed post and says the charges dog term by was asset move from a low income apartment because every year, they do your recertification, and I had like three theft charges and receiving stolen property, which in low income. You can't have that post and says getting her records expunged helped her land a much better job in a hospital after working in home health care for nearly twenty years. She is among thousands of people filing petitions under the second chance law. The process appears pretty simple, you file a petition with the court in for more minor offenses, it must grant the request to seal the record if it meets requirements laid out in the law. A judge has discretion with more serious felonies and victims can give input the prosecutor's office reviews petitions in can object to ceiling records, it helps that Marion county prosecutor Terry curry advocated for the expunge -ment law. If our goal is to have individuals, not re-offend than an Armindo. It's appropriate to limit or remove obstacles that are going to inhibit their ability to become productive members of our community. The process is time consuming and costly there filing fees for every petition. And there are still plenty of people who don't even know expunge -ment is an option. That's why post and tries to tell everyone. She knows about the help desk. Ask it took her a couple of trips down here and forty seven days of waiting before the state sealed her records if select something was lifted off because now I feel like. Conflict like a human. Interesting to hear what a difference. These so-called second chance laws can make in people's lives. If there is as you say, Eric a lot of bipartisan support for these kinds of changes. Why isn't it everywhere? Well, spoke with an attorney who's worked on this issue for nearly thirty years Margaret love, she heads, the collateral consequences resource center, and she put it state legislatures are all reinventing the wheel here and not talking to each other. They're not sort of sharing best practices or studying what programs have the best outcome and defender offices that help people clear their records. They're often, you know, overworked understaffed and underfunded NPR's Eric westervelt. We also heard a report from Barbara brochure of W F you in Bloomington. She's with NPR's criminal Justice reporting collaborative

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Rains Bring a Microbial Massacre to Chilean Desert

60-Second Science

01:56 min | 4 years ago

Rains Bring a Microbial Massacre to Chilean Desert

"This is science Americans sixty seconds science. I'm Christopher Dodd Yatta Yatta, come and desert in Chile is one of the driest spots on earth. Sometimes can't even see any life at all. I say it was a key. Those guys were really boring because nothing to see Armindo us boost was born and raised in the comma, he's now in Astro biologist at the Spanish national research council's center for Astro biology, and he says with closer inspection. Life can be found there microscope. Another to see metro recently in those giants places in either Tacoma, then in two thousand fifteen and again in twenty seventeen freak storms from the Pacific flooded. The comma ten times, the usual amount of rain fell turning some of the driest parts of the desert into lagoons, but the desert's hardy microbial life didn't exactly burst into bloom looking at it microscope. I couldn't see anything. So what does Jesus pricing? I was expecting to assume two things moving all around. Round. But it could see anything in fact after sampling three of the newly submerged areas his team found only a quarter of the microscopic species they'd previously isolated in the desert region. Perhaps he says because the water killed the rest through a process called as Modig shock. So it doesn't have the mechanisms to get all the water that is going to sell to to get it out. So they start inflicting small anti burst out. Their results are in the journal scientific reports the microbial massacres should serve as a cautionary tale. He says as we search for similar dry adopted lifeforms on Mars because several of the life detecting experiments performed by the Viking Landers involved. You guessed it, adding water, and it would be tragic if we killed the first extraterrestrial life we found. Thanks for listening for scientific American sixty seconds science. I'm Christopher Don. Yata?

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Dallas police officer dies after Home Depot shooting, officials say

News and Perspective with Herb Weisbaum

01:39 min | 5 years ago

Dallas police officer dies after Home Depot shooting, officials say

"Home improvement store in dallas is now cleaned a life abc's jim ryan says one of two wounded police officers has succumbed to his injuries officers row helios santander and crystal l mehta were answering a shoplifting call at a home depot tuesday afternoon soon after they arrived investigators say the shoplifter pulled a gun and shot them both along with the home depot employees all three were taken to a nearby hospital in critical condition and went through surgery overnight and now officer sunday has died suspect armindo lewis cortes was captured after a car chase he's facing charges of aggravated assault on a public servant although that will be upgraded now that officer santander has succumbed to his injuries jim ryan abc news dallas komo news time to twenty four aaa traffic every ten minutes on the forest people still leaving their offices early with the the sun flew at this point it's hard to tell because this kind of tends to be the time of day where everybody starts to take off but we're definitely seeing some slow going and we still have our crash on the shoulder southbound i five hundred state route five sixteen so you're fighting off and on slowing as you make your way out of south center off and on slowing out of at from ravenna toward james and then you're busy again as you make your way through five into tacoma north and i five is now getting busier around the lynnwood area and then you're starting to really stack up north everett as well southbound four or five is heavy from southeast eighth to coal creek northbound four or five or slowing the approach the valley freeway southbound one six seven is growing in kenton than additional slowing between highway eighteen and jovita this traffic report brought to you by virginia mason orthopedics and sports medicine helping make knees hips shoulders and joints happy again virginia mason orthopedics and sports medicine see remarkable our next traffic.

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