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'Happiest Season' Makes the Yuletide Gay

Tim Conway Jr.

02:07 min | 1 d ago

'Happiest Season' Makes the Yuletide Gay

"Actually got kind of Ah, new wrinkle in terms of Christmas films with happiest season, which is basically Hannibal Hallmark Christmas movie style. Look at a relationship between two lesbians in Love. Who go, Tonto. The family of one of the women. And obviously, mom and dad don't know about their daughter's Proclivities. And, you know, I guess hilarity ensues, but it zoom in here or is it a good nature? Romcom ish kind of thing, Or is it home isn't a hallmark E Christmassy. What is it? Yeah, I would say, you know if you ever said to yourself, where are the corny Hallmark Channel style movies about same sex couples at Christmas? This? Well, here's your answer. Happiest season is actually made the Elsa cut above most of those films because you have good actors involved here. Kristen Stewart that's right from the Twilight franchise and a few better films plays one of the young women and Mackenzie Davis, who some people will recognize as the android heroin from the recent Terminator movie. They're the two women and they're going to spend Christmas With the parents played by Victor Garber and Mary Steenburgen. They didn't stand in terms of the cast. You get Daniel Levy of that very popular Emmy winning a sitcom that has Creek in its name and Aubrey Plaza on the gas tire. It's a good cast and obviously You know you're gonna have some meat, cute stuff going on and some deception and what have you, but But truly, it follows the standard formula for these movies, except it's a couple of women in love. And of course, they've got to, you know, kind of keep the secret until everything is revealed and get a basically it generates some laughs and real emotional tension and, wow, moments it. You know, you could see it on Who, Lou, if you have

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"aubrey" Discussed on I Weigh with Jameela Jamil

I Weigh with Jameela Jamil

04:17 min | Last week

"aubrey" Discussed on I Weigh with Jameela Jamil

"Aubrey gordon otherwise known as your fat friend on twitter and instagram and all socials and just in the world. Welcome to iowa. Hello thanks. i'm so excited to talk to you. Always and it's weird and great to do it on a microphone. Same face for the whole pandemic. It's so nice to see you been ages back at you. Bud what a treat into this like hounds tooth situation. I'm just so fucking cold. They've got the mad. So i'm i'm rocking the hoodie outside of the blazer. The new fashion. Just let everyone bunnies justin timberlake. Pandemic fashion is a real. It's a real take. Yeah i've talked about it on on this before that my boyfriend had stage like several interventions with me about why i've chosen to whack. He's like hey. I love you no matter what you were but also sometimes we have to have sex and being covered in. Food isn't not sexy necessarily obvious shot in three days. I see your instagram video. The other day where you're like fully just like picking hair out of your picking food out of your hair rather not like this is extremely relatable content but are- related to. My best friend is videoing me. I thought it was the main thing. I've ever seen to normalize women eating. And we need to normalize. That solid is really really hard to eat gracefully. We need to we just again. We need to stop being embarrassed of being all caveman monkey selves barrow. Maybe a million things. I want to talk to you about today. And i'm so glad that you're here. And i think first and foremost i need to introduce my audience to you and so i know you as a great social commentator as a writer as an activist. But would you kindly explain how you would like to be known by. So i have been Known best onto the internet as your fat friend I am a writer. I mostly rate personal essays. In some sort of research driven work around fatness and fat people and A newly minted podcast And sort of generally fat lady about town. You're also an organizer you've you've spent years. And years and years on the ground actually organizing change for many different marginalized groups not just For within those within the fact community for so many different people. So yeah. she's legend buddy. Yeah i spent about a dozen years as a community organizer so like turning people out to vote getting them to talk to their lawmakers getting them to take action together for things like a trans rates and immigrant rates and racial justice and voting rights and more than that kinda stuff so My work as a writer now feels kind of like an extension of that. You know your Your journey to becoming an online in a figure who so many people look to and learn from is so interesting to me..

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"aubrey" Discussed on I Weigh with Jameela Jamil

I Weigh with Jameela Jamil

03:00 min | Last week

"aubrey" Discussed on I Weigh with Jameela Jamil

"The i think is really important just to especially in these times to hold onto the exciting moment to things that we got to do. And i feel mega grateful anyway. This week i have the guest for years. She was the first person. I approached. When i knew i was going to do a podcast will half a podcast and i said to her icon. I can't do this without you. I'm going to need you to be a part of this at some point and she graciously accepted however she was very busy at the time finishing her book. Which is what we don't talk about when we talk about fat. Her name. is aubrey gordon. Until now most people on the internet have known and worshiped her as your fat friend which has at y all fat f. r. e. n. d. And she is kind of positioned herself over the years and we go through her journey in this in this chat but she positioned herself as a kind of aggressively kind educator and aggressively empathetic and inclusive speaker on line. She's just the best writer one of the great writers of our generation. One of the great thing because of generation one of the great humans. The i've ever had the great on and pleasure of coming across honestly. I cannot tell you how much more star struck by her then by really anyone famous in this world because of the way the mind works. I'm completely in over totally obsessed and she delivered so hard in. This trap comes with facts. She comes with history. She comes with empathy kindness a firm understanding and such defiance in the face off so much vitriol and rejection and ignorance on kindness that we show to people who get them. What society has decided is acceptable. And so we get into that. And i think considering that the holidays are coming up and people are gonna be spending even more time with ebola. Families and thanksgiving was a trickery. Time and people are eating more food for christmas and you know that parents especially their mothers and grandmothers but generally your family is making you know unkind comments about your body or maybe a bodies change this year in particular and everyone feels as though their opinion is necessary or fucking helpful at all. It isn't Maybe this will send you into battle somewhat prepared and so. Please listen to this episode. Send it to other friends. Who struggle with that. You know with how they feel around their way or who struggle with their family members and the way they speak about that bodies. You will learn so much from this conversation. I did and i've already been friends with or for such a long time. I Accomplished finally here. And i cannot wait to hear your thoughts on how eye opening this episode is. I'll never really be the save afterwards. And i feel i feel fresher and smarter and happier for sitting down with her identity as possible to picked this up enough and that was bold thing to do. Because now i've set your expectations so.

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Biden Virus Advisers Press for Access, Say Delay Is Dangerous

BBC World Service

01:00 min | Last week

Biden Virus Advisers Press for Access, Say Delay Is Dangerous

"Death toll now tops 250,000, according to figures from Johns Hopkins University. Experts advising President elect Joe Biden on the pandemic and vaccine distribution plans say it is critical that the General Services Administration recognize who won the election. Until that happens, NPR's Allison Aubrey reports that the official transition process is stalled. Biden's advisers say they do not have access to real time pandemic data or to the scientists and administrators within the government who are working on vaccine distribution plans. Biden adviser Rob Rodriguez and the ER physician at UC San Francisco. Pointed to the urgency. Given the toll of the pandemic, The current administration needs to step up. I really need it. Think about the help of the American people and start granting this full access, a vaccination program and tails complicated logistics, and Biden's advisers say they need to begin collaborating as soon as possible. Allison

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As COVID-19 Cases Soar, El Paso Convention Center Becomes Hospital

Morning Edition

03:10 min | Last week

As COVID-19 Cases Soar, El Paso Convention Center Becomes Hospital

"Everything is bigger in Texas, and that now includes the pandemic. It's the first state in the U. S to have more than one million confirmed coronavirus cases. Among other places. El Paso is in crisis intensive care units across El Paso County. We're reaching capacity more than two weeks ago, Things have grown so much worse that the city has turned its convention center into a field hospital. Remember when things were that bad in New York in the spring will cases across the U. S R lot worse now than they were then Mallory Falk of our member station. K E R A is in El Paso. Good morning to you. Good morning. As best you can tell what makes Texas different from other states. Well. Texas doesn't have tight coronavirus restrictions and place like in some other states. The governor issued a statewide executive order on Cove it and it doesn't allow individual communities to implement their own restrictions. Texas very much is a place that lets people do what they want to do. And I should also point out Texas has a high rate of residents who are uninsured or live far away from hospitals and medical care. So there are many people here who have the type of untreated underlying conditions that mean they'll get sicker if they get Cove it and that's part of the problem, too. So Texas is taking a sort of freedom first approach to the pandemic, but what is being done to try to limit the spread? Well, it is all mired in politics here, and Al Paso County, the judge who's the top elected official. Last month, he ordered a temporary shutdown of nonessential businesses. But several restaurant owners and the state attorney general sued. And on Friday, a court sided with them and blocked the order, saying cities and counties can impose tighter restrictions than what the governor allows. And I should mention geography to El Paso is right on the border with New Mexico and the governor there just implemented a two week statewide shut down something that hasn't been done here and I'll pass. So is right on the border with water is Mexico and in that city has a nightly curfew there tighter restrictions in place. Then an El Paso. And so there's this delicate balance because people are moving across various borders with different rules and restrictions. You know, I'm remembering that just a couple of weeks ago we checked in on El Paso and found the hospitals filling up a couple weeks ago. And now Allison Aubrey is telling us that things are infinitely worse than just a couple of weeks ago. What's that mean for the hospitals? Yeah, Hospitals are at capacity. There 10 Mobile morgues here that are now needed because so many people are dying so quickly that the regular Margus full and in fact, some inmates are now being paid $2 an hour to help move the overflow of bodies at the medical examiner's office Funeral home's air overwhelmed I spoke to a funeral director right to convert one of his chapels into a storage cooler. Um and nurses have been speaking out publicly pleading with people to stay at home to suspend family gatherings. For now on, they've also been pleading with state officials to let El Paso leaders respond to the crisis and implement that. Shut down. Okay, let me stop you there if I can. Mallory fuck of member Station Ktrh in El Paso, Texas, Thanks for the update. Thank you.

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Runoff elections in Georgia could determine balance of the Senate

Financial Advisors with Aubrey Morrow

00:48 sec | 3 weeks ago

Runoff elections in Georgia could determine balance of the Senate

"Of House and Senate races have get to be called, and the balance of power in the Senate may not be determined until next year. Both Georgia Senate races are headed towards a runoff Republican Senator David Perdue under the 50% mark. Georgia law. That means he's gonna have to have a runoff against his 33 year old Democratic opponent, John Ausaf, who is campaigning on a platform of change. Here's Ausaf Enough incompetence. Corruption division produced campaign released the following statement. Jon Ossoff's does two things well burned through out of state liberal money and lose elections. Fox, says Steve Harrigan, the other race pit Senate Republican Kelly Leffler against Democratic challenger Raphael Warnock, off the coast of Georgia. A huge salvage operation is underway

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Coronavirus Is Surging In The US

Morning Edition

07:27 min | Last month

Coronavirus Is Surging In The US

"One, But however you define it. Corona virus in the U. S is surging. Some parts of the country air passing more restrictions to try to combat the record number of cases this as we have yet another Corona virus outbreak in the White House. NPR's Alison Aubrey is with us now. Good morning, Alison. Good morning, Rachel. So when we say the White House we mean in the orbit of Vice President Mike Pence, several aides to the vice president have tested positive for covered 19, including his chief of staff. Nevertheless, the vice president decided to keep traveling to keep campaigning. What's the reaction been to them? You know, the decision to keep his travel schedule intact was made in consultation with the White House medical unit, the spokesperson said. Yesterday and pencils office says this is in accordance with CDC guidance for essential personnel there, basically making the case he has Essential work to do, including on the campaign trail. But public health experts Rachel are really questioning this definition. Here's Josh Sharfstein of the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. He served in the FDA under President Obama. The vice president should be limiting interactions with others because he could be harboring the virus and he could wind up becoming infectious. And so if there are essential activities that he needs to do in person, he should take extra precautions to do those, but otherwise I think he should be staying at home. Especially given around the country, including places. Pence is scheduled to travel such as Minnesota. The viruses circulating widely, right, So let's talk about that. Alison. What do the numbers tell us about the virus right now? The U. S has been averaging about 68,000 new cases per day. This is about a 30% increase compared to just two weeks ago. In recent days, new cases have reached record levels in several states, Utah, Tennessee, Illinois in Chicago over the weekend. Stronger restrictions took effect of bars and restaurants must close earlier in the evening. This is part of a curfew in the city. Other parts of Illinois have stricter rules, too, including new limits on the number of people allowed together and Rachel. They're certainly a lot of reminders around the nation to stay. Vigil eight, right? Hospitalizations from Cove. It have been on the rice too. I mean, does that mean we're likely to see more fatalities in coming weeks? You know, probably there are still a lot of people dying about 775 people per day in the U. S. On average. That's a lot lower than the highs of last spring. Part of this can be explained by the increase in cases among younger people who are less likely to die. But Rachel there's also been an improvement in treating people in hospitals. Physician Anish Mata is an infectious disease expert at Emory University. He is also a principal investigator for the H M Death Severe trialled at Emory. Last week, the FDA gave this antiviral drug full approval. Red death, severe reduced recovery time to 10 days for 15 days and also importantly, run desecrated treated patients had less use of mechanical valve leaders and other advanced oxygen's airport techniques. Compared to patients who didn't get room disappear. Now it's important to point out Rachel. This is not a home run treatment. It hasn't been shown to significantly prevent deaths among very sick patients, but it does have some benefits and Allison doctors now have other treatments they can offer as well as from desperation. That's right. Doctors have more tools in the toolkit. Now they have You know steroids, such as Dixon Math Zone better information about when to put people on blood thinners. Overall, the death rate appears to have dropped. In fact, a new study that included an analysis of thousands of hospitalized patients found that at the start of the pandemic patients had about a 25% chance of dying. Now they have an 8% chance. So still high, but definitely improvement. Yeah, definitely So younger people, you know, you mentioned more younger people have been diagnosed with the virus. So as we start to think about Thanksgiving Is there any way Tio Tio ensure that college students don't bring the virus home as they leave for break? You know, if you have a college student coming home to you find out if they're being tested, many schools are offering or even requiring an exit test or a departure test. Just before students depart for Thanksgiving break. I spoke to David Paul Thiel, He's a professor at the Yale School of Public Health about this He says. Of course, it's easy to identify symptomatic people. But this isn't good enough. I'm worrying about the student who feels just fine but who happens to have been exposed recently and who could be heading home to visit an elderly relative. And so we don't want to be sending little ticking time bombs home for Thanksgiving. I completely agree that we need to have everybody tested within 72 hours of departure. Now. Not every school can manage this given the cost. But many campuses are offering departure test, including big schools like Ohio State and many small liberal arts schools, too. During such as families that have college age kids either, right? I mean, my own family. We're trying to figure out what we do anything. We're all trying to figure this out, right? Everyone started figured out. So what can you tell us of this boy now, Zim? Well,

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Vice President Mike Pence's top aide tests positive for COVID-19

Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!

00:48 sec | Last month

Vice President Mike Pence's top aide tests positive for COVID-19

"The top aide to Vice President Mike Pence, has tested positive for the virus, but is NPR's Alison Aubrey reports. Pence is continuing to campaign. The vice president's office says. Pence has tested negative and is tested regularly. But the vice president is considered a close contact of mark Short, his chief of staff who has the virus. And per CDC guidance. Close contact should be tested in quarantine, even if their initial test result is negative, given the incubation period is up to 14 days. But a spokesperson said Pence decided to keep his travel schedule in consultation with the White House Medical unit and in accordance with the CDC guidance for essential personnel. Essential workers exposed to the virus should be closely monitored for symptoms and wear a mask when close to others.

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Co-founder of Black Lives Matter releases new book on organizing movements

Larry Elder

00:40 sec | Last month

Co-founder of Black Lives Matter releases new book on organizing movements

"Book by Bishop Aubrey shines. He is the founder of conservative clergy's of color. It's called eight questions about race it arms conservatives with rebuttals to black lives matter are all white people racist. Is the judicial system unfair to black people. The book is a must read for anyone who cares about their country churches and their Children to get your copy. Goto eight Questions about race dot com. The word eight is spelled out and while you're there by copy for your friends, neighbors and fellow churchgoers. That's eight questions about race dot com. Again. The word eight has spelled out eight questions about race. Dot com.

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Why we must all stand against police brutality in Nigeria

The Breakdown with Shaun King

05:43 min | Last month

Why we must all stand against police brutality in Nigeria

"Before we fully dive into today's episode. Let me first. Say to all of the protesters and demonstrators and everybody who was working hard to fight back against police violence in. Nigeria, from those of you who donate for those of you who might be listening to this on instagram or I tunes or spotify wherever you are in the world let me first say a from my mouth to your ears that we are standing in solidarity with you. We believe in you we're grateful for your for your courage and bravery in the face of state sanctioned violence and I wanNA start there because I'm not. Nigerian. I'm not in Nigeria and I only have the perspective of an outsider here. When I have often heard other people from other countries, speak about police violence in the United States. It has often been painfully clear to me that sometimes. You truly have to be in a place to understand the complexity and nuance of it, and for instance, when George Floyd was murdered an and people all over the world almost twenty million people saw that video just from my social media accounts alone. People, just struggled. To understand how people from. Of the United. States in particular struggled to understand how something like that was possible. Well in the United States where we have a painful history of lynching. Where black men in particular are killed in broad daylight in front of everybody where where people serve as judge jury and executioner, and we've seen these images, our whole lives, we know the bloody history of lynching in this country. For us when we saw we were are are conscious in our heart and soul they were shocked in disturbed. But. For us, it was just a part of of how this country works. But. For people around the world, it was like hold on what? Or. When people saw the video of white men literally chasing down, Aubrey? And Shooting and killing him these men were were racist white supremacist dislike hold on. People are being chased in murdered. Wire. People breaking into the home of Brianna Taylor shooting and killing her and people around the world have tried as outsiders to understand the unique pain what it means to be black in America. And now we as Americans in end from side of the continent of Africa but particularly outside of Nigeria. We are seeing the crisis of police violence explode and what we don't understand is. How long has this been going on? What did this feel like last month last year ten years ago what is the history and legacy in context for it and so for many of us who like I? Have always followed African news closely and try to try to watch the major breaking news from throughout the continent the best that I can. It's it's certainly hard to do that from American news sources but try to follow at least the big stories the best I can for a lot of US including myself. The protest and demonstrations against police violence. Seemingly came out of nowhere. And what I know is that they never come out of nowhere I know that that's not actually how it happened. It's just the media coverage. Finally. Boiled over to the point in the protests and demonstrations against this police violence grew so much that it finally broke through into the news cycle that if finally trended across social media. And the Hashtag in SARS. Was Everywhere on all of my time lines in all of my direct messages and I'll be frank. It took me. A few days to even understand what people were were saying when they said in. SARS because here in the United States. When we're in the middle of the coronavirus pandemic for those of you who may be listening around the world, this pandemic has ravaged our country with nearly two hundred and twenty five thousand people dead nearly eight million people now have contracted the corona here and in this pandemic, the word. SARS for us is also a word frequently used with a type of flu here. and. So when I first started seeing in some ours. I thought that the. Flu had caught on somewhere else not I'm not joking that's literally what my mind process when I first saw it. and. It took me a couple of days to understand that end SARS. This was early last week probably ten days ago or so that end SARS had anything to do with police brutality, took me a forty eight hours or so to understand what it was really

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Only One El Dorado County elementary student tests positive for COVID

The KFBK Morning News

01:00 min | 2 months ago

Only One El Dorado County elementary student tests positive for COVID

"Hour power with the story of a local school where kids have been back in the classroom for almost two months. And there's just been one case of covered 19 Eldorado counties. Rescue Union School district has a hybrid model for in person instruction. KFBK is Aubrey Aquino spoke to to Superintendent Superintendent Cheryl Cheryl Olson Olson about about how how they're they're doing doing at at seven seven weeks weeks into into the the school school year year with with in in person person hybrid hybrid instruction instruction and and only only one one positive positive case case of of Corona Corona virus virus among among students students and and staff staff in in the the rescue rescue Union Union school school District District Superintendent Superintendent Cheryl Cheryl Olson Olson says says So So far far so so good. good. We We certainly certainly understand understand that that some some people people have have Other Other things things going going on on in in their their families families that that maybe maybe health health confirms that maybe an age age factor So there are other reasons not to come back in person, and we completely respect that and understand that and believe that it is our responsibility to provide choice. Prior to the start of the school year, parents were given the option to enroll in a hybrid learning model or opt for distance learning. Aubrey Aquino News 93.1 kfbk. Kfbk is

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Free the Vote

In The Thick

05:44 min | 2 months ago

Free the Vote

"Hey, what's up welcome to the? podcast of politics, race and culture from a POC perspective Miami. and. We have a special guest joining us today from Orlando Florida. His name is Desmond me. He's a big deal. He's the Executive Director of the Florida Rights Restoration Coalition, he's the author of the new book. Let my people vote Desmond Welcome back to in the thick where those star as love it that he brought him. Desmond Welcome welcome. Well, what a journey it's been. I mean for your life but since we last had you on, it was early in two thousand eighteen and at that time you were still fighting to restore voting rights to Floridians who had passed felony convictions or is your organization calls them what I like to say these are returning citizens. This is a mission for you because you talk about inclusive democracy says, is someone who went from serving time for a felony conviction to being homeless to graduating law school and your stories. Incredible. What has been your experience with this? What is your story and what inspires you to organize for restoring Buddha Rights There's two main reasons you know in two thousand and five you know I did hit rock bottom. So I was standing in front of railroad tracks waiting on the train and come so I can jump in front of it That's how far down the road I'd on. And But for some reason, they're trained income that Dan I did cross those tracks and I checked myself into drug treatment and moved in a homeless shelter, and after that I wrote in school and to eventually get a law degree but I could not practiced law because I'm not allowed to apply to the floor the bar until my civil rights have been restored this last election cycle, my wife ran for office and I couldn't even vote for. So. Then later in the year two, thousand, eighteen in November a constitutional amendment. Amendment for passed through a ballot initiative in the state of Florida, you spent so many years fighting for this. Let's listen back to the moment that he passed your organization, the Florida Rights Restoration coalition shared this on social media. So. This amendment basically means that roughly check this out one point four, million, one, point, four, million returning citizens in Florida could have their voting rights restored after they completed all of the terms of their sentence now. We know that. Black Americans are four times more likely to lose their right to vote according to the sentencing project and we're in this really historic. Some would call it traumatic moment of twenty twenty where we have the corona virus disproportionately impacting people have cutler. We have a national uprising in defense of black lives pushing frankly for a complete overhaul of the criminal justice system because. People see it for what it is. So, just let us know how you're doing how you're processing all of this because. We fight for these rights to vote like for example, I became a citizen you fight for the right for returning citizens to vote. And then you're watching your democracy. Really. Be Challenged, how're you doing for Reals Desmond Maria I am doing much better than what would expect. Because when I'm seeing everything that's going on, it's getting excited right and really help me to fully appreciate what we were able to accomplish in passing amendment for. And Passing Amendment for actually sets the stage for where we at and how amendment for is going to help this country turn over a new leaf and emerged from this chaos and these conflicts and tensions almost like Oh. PHOENIX, emerging from the ashes, a sense of renewed hope and correction and understanding, and imagining not the old democracy but a new democracy, and I'm telling you everything lines up because when you think about that amendment for. Created a pathway for one point four million people who had some type of personal intimate connection or action with our law enforcement system. Right. When you think about Francis the killing of Ahmad Aubrey where a prosecutor to go the seventy days before they decided the charge of people at murder. This man in broad daylight right prosecutors are elected and who knows better about prosecuted in someone who's been prosecuting then you talk about George Floyd. Having that. Put His Leon neck for eight minutes and forty six seconds and killed this person in broad daylight with his hands in his pocket like he had no care in the world right who know better about having a need on their negative in someone who has been arrested by a police officer who knows better of the aggressive takedown tactics of law enforcement ease sheriffs are elected in these chief of police are appointed by mayors who are elected in new. When you think about the judges that stand in judgement I, mean who knows better than the people I record package

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'Parks And Recreation' Cast Educates Wisconsin Voters On How To Vote By Mail

All Things Considered

02:23 min | 2 months ago

'Parks And Recreation' Cast Educates Wisconsin Voters On How To Vote By Mail

"Was a beloved sitcom about local government and small D democracy and in that spirit cast members got together last week to give Wisconsin voters a virtual education about voting on behalf of the state's Democratic Party. Two of the show's main actors Aubrey Plaza and Adam Scott, were the elections experts in a few moments we are gonna bring out everyone from our caste to discuss what fans of the show are all dying to hear about. Indepth minute details of Wisconsin absentee voting information right. That's right. Plaza and Scott take through the ways people can mess up when absentee voting like uploading a selfie instead of a photo I deep to request a ballot. Getting mail ballots right is a big issue More than 23,000 mail in ballots were rejected in Wisconsin in April, slightly more than Trump's margin of victory here in 2016. And young people and voters of color see their ballots rejected at higher rates. Amy Poehler, who plays Leslie Knope, the show's protagonist, had a creative way to remind voters they need to get their ballots witnessed. I'm excited about all of us beating each other's witness, that's going to be fun, and I think that's going to be a big ask, I think, and I don't want to like Try to create a meet cute, but I better be some people that get married after their mother's witnesses for these absentee ballots. Tens of thousands of people tuned in to the event, which also doubled as a fund raiser. Well, it was a new way to educate voters here in this closely divided state. The advice is consistent with what Democrats have been telling voters ever since Last month's convention make a plan to vote. Make a back up plan to vote and then make a third plan. How you're gonna vote. Chelsea Cross runs the Democratic congressional campaign. She says Voters should treat October 20th his election day this year, not November 3rd. So they have plenty of time. We don't want them to get a mail in ballot. Fill it out. Haven't be wrong and have that vote not be counted. All this comes as President. Trump has repeatedly made false claims about the security of voting by mail. Cuts to the Postal Service have raised voters concerns about how to safely cast their ballots. Election officials worry that with everything about voting becoming so polarized this year, voters may not always get accurate information.

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C.D.C. Suggests Some Child-Care Centers Can Reopen Safely

Reveal

00:49 sec | 3 months ago

C.D.C. Suggests Some Child-Care Centers Can Reopen Safely

"By the CDC finds that hundreds of childcare centers in Rhode Island were able to re open without significant spread of covert 19 during June and July. NPR's Alison Aubrey reports. Rhode Island is that a fairly low rate of Corona virus, But cases were detected in Twentynine daycare facilities, according to the Rhode Island Department of Health, which led to the quarantine of about 850 Children and staff. But in most cases, there was no evidence of spread to the community. CDC director Robert Redfield says This is important evidence. When things were done with vigilance you can in fact Be able to reopen child care and not have significant secondary transmission, he says. The trust of teachers is key. Alison Aubrey NPR NEWS This is

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Defunding the police

The KFBK Morning News

02:53 min | 3 months ago

Defunding the police

"Abbott announced plans to freeze property taxes in cities that vote to defund there. Police departments. This comes after Austin officials voted last week to cut the city's police budget by by a a third third and and shipped shipped those those funds funds to to Social Social Services Services haven't haven't argued argued that that defending defending police police forces forces in in danger danger citizens citizens from from city city should should not not then then be able to raise taxes on well, This is not a difficult math problem to figure out if you do fun. Police departments get guess what police officers do. I believe this is a growing trend in in America today. The mayor of Los Angeles have proposed cutting the police budget there by $150 million in Colorado. There's a bill that would allow police officers to be sued. Sergeant Rob Pride is with the Fraternal Order of police, and he's a patrol sergeant in Colorado. Here's what he told ABC Action News in Tampa. There's officers in my department better Talking about wanting to get out of law enforcement early. That's just in his department. We just did a story about how San Joaquin County Sheriff's Department is looking for someone 100 officers, right, right, And that's a big No, no, that's that's a lot of that's a lot of need. Okay, that's that's just there. OK in in our neck of the woods. Then you talk about Colorado and you go across the country in fact, There's an outfit out there called the Police Executive Research Forum. They have reported that 63% of departments nationwide saw a decrease in applicants in the last five years. Okay, so this is a trend that goes back pre pandemic. In the last five years, people applying to be officers has been dropping significantly. Sergeant Pride says The recent efforts to defund police Department's that's only made matters worse will be relegated to B, a reactive police forces with no additional programs and no additional interaction other than To enforce the law in a rest. You know that's not a profession. I want to be a part of So Aubrey Aquino made some phone calls for us on this yesterday and talked to the folks at the Sacramento Police Department. And they say they have not seen a drop off that it's remained consistent both in applications and a number of officers retiring over the years. The requirements to be a police officer have gotten more stringent. I mean, more officers are required, especially if they're going to be moving up the ranks, toe have college degrees or additional training. So that was happening pre pandemic right And then after the pandemic and the riots and moved to defund, a lot of them are just saying, You know what? I'm I'm a year away from retirement. I've got a lot of time on the books for sick time and leave amount, and then you're in Colorado and they say, Way to say I could get sued. Wait, wait a minute here. I don't know if I want. I want it, Za tren. It's a disturbing trend just because communities need law enforcement at some point Let's

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Georgia Trooper Is Charged in Fatal Shooting of Black Driver

Atlanta Up Close

02:54 min | 3 months ago

Georgia Trooper Is Charged in Fatal Shooting of Black Driver

"I has charged 27 year old Georgia state Trooper Jacob Gordon Thompson with murder. He's also been fired following the death of 60 year old Julian Lewis on August 7th in the southeast Georgia town of Sylvania. The Georgian CP and other civil rights organizations called for a state of emergency following Lewis's death and coming on the heels of that of Ahmad Aubrey, Briana Taylor and George Floyd. I spoke to family lawyer Frances Johnson about the death of Louis. What the pattern shows is that this year, the problem is getting worse despite the attention Of police involved killings. Ah, the pattern in Georgia. His has not changed And this is a real state of emergency and Julian Lewis was the last victim. To be claimed in this in this scourge of violence against black and brown people at the hands of ah of police officers Tell us about Julian Lewis. Sure. Julian Lewis was 60 years old, and Ah was making his way back home when officers believed that it was sufficient to engage in a chase. Because his tail light was burned out. Ultimately, they did a pit maneuver on him on a dirt road where he crashed into a tree and where he was shot in the face. Hey, was too good of a man is his wife said to have died so poorly was in car in a weapon. He was not carrying a weapon. He was not a threat to anyone that night, except for the Deer's on possibly the rattlesnakes in rural Georgia. He was no threat to anyone. The truth of the matter is ah Julian Lewis should be alive today. But for the actions of this Georgia state trooper in his racial profiling the pretext to stop Julian Lewis that night on, of course, the pit maneuver. Oh, and the unnecessary use of lethal force that resulted in Julian's death. What are we seeing? Is there video? If there is, what does it show? Well, the The totality of the case will show ah misuse of lethal force. Are both. Ah, initial calls for the stop. In terms of the the pretext will stop for burnout till like The mischaracterization of this as a chase. You should know that at no point did Julien or the state trooper trooper's car exceed 40 miles an hour. Along with state trooper being fired and charged with murder. We've also learned that the U. S. Department of Justice has approved Attorney Johnson's request for civil rights investigation.

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Yale Researchers Seek FDA Approval For Coronavirus Saliva Test

All Things Considered

01:50 min | 3 months ago

Yale Researchers Seek FDA Approval For Coronavirus Saliva Test

"Delays delays continue continue to to hamper hamper efforts efforts to to quickly quickly identify identify people people infected infected with with the the Corona Corona virus. virus. There's a push for cheaper, faster tests. NPR's Alison Aubrey reports on a new saliva test developed by researchers at Yale University who are awaiting emergency use authorization from the Food and Drug Administration. If you've been tested for Corona virus, you may have experienced the sting of a swab being inserted deep into your nasal passages. But there is a less invasive way of testing that involves spitting into a cup or tube. Nathan grew Paws, an assistant professor of epidemiology and microbial diseases at the Yale School of Public Health. Early in the pandemic, he started comparing saliva samples to the swab samples from patients who were hospitalized with the virus. We were finding To our surprise, really more virus in the saliva. Then we were in the swamps and also we could detect it from the same patients more consistently. The challenge has been to develop a test that won't be subject to supply chain snags and Khun deliver results faster and cheaper. So what group on his colleagues have designed is a streamlined diagnostic test that uses heat to break open the virus. We get rid of the most cumbersome step, which is extracting and Play a passive and we replace that with something really simple. You Adam ends. I heated up. She lose the most expensive step in the most time consuming and most skilled group says this cuts down on the labor costs and with people taking their own saliva samples, it could reduce the cost of the health care system to collect the samples. He estimates will cost somewhere between $1.4 dollars plus labor to do a test and with emergency use authorization from the FDA commercial labs could license the Yale test. We're not a

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Joe Biden picks Kamala Harris as running mate

Glenn Beck

00:29 sec | 3 months ago

Joe Biden picks Kamala Harris as running mate

"Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden picks Kamala Harris as his running mate. He maybe hoping she can help carry Florida. The idea is that she will help in a number of battleground states. If the Democratic Party and the Biden teen now the Biden Harris ticket can really mobilized African American voters. But UCF political scientist Aubrey Jewett says Harris is law enforcement background could turn off the more progressive factions of the Democratic Party.

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"aubrey" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

03:43 min | 4 months ago

"aubrey" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Of your money so people need to invest. And again with the extremely low interest rates of federal Reserve in keeping in straight zero, trying to stimulate the economy, literally, you have to invest. You may not like investing, but you must invest in order to just maintain the purchasing power. And again the federal funds or it almost zero prime rate is a little more 3%. Money. Market rates are 1/4 of this, folks. 1/4 of 1%. How does that sound? Ah, it's a terrible situation. You must invest and again. How should you end this? Well, don't necessarily chase yield. Force me. We can talk a little bit about how we determine how people should determine what their investment should be in a lot I have to do with with forced their standard of living, and we have an expense sheet that we provide people that ask himto spend sometime and jot down how much air their expenses And force. We didn't compare the fixed expensive with hopefully guaranteed income that people have perhaps with Social security or a pension, and if it flits, then we invest for growth and stocks and bonds and real estate. And where we don't many times or other investments like annuities that I could make a comment on any thoughts one way the other, But I just said for us Yes, I think Aubrey. It's also helped. It helps to stage the various portfolios that someone may have. You know, frequently. We've We've referred to various models that we used from short term money that needs to be 100% liquid and primarily, very reliable. Maybe to cover cash flow needs. For maybe the 1st 5 to 10 years of someone's retirement. Then you could keep a midterm portfolio for maybe 10 to 20 years Where that portfolio is going to be left alone. It does include some stocks. Some real estate and maybe some higher yielding bonds. And then the third traunch Aubrey, and this is just keeping it simple. That's where you have something with the 2025 30 year time horizon money you're going to use later in your eighties, maybe even your nineties and that could be something that's very growth orientated heavy and stocks. It's going to go up and down. It's going to be in create credibly portfolio the riskiest portion of your portfolio. It's also going to have the longest time horizon to be remain invested over the long term that essentially ends up becoming your portfolio. Everyone is unique with their income needs. So something like that could be customized for a couple's unique situations, and it'll vary again. We have spouses that air various ages. We have some spouses that start retiring in their seventies. We have other spouses that start retiring in their early sixties so we can help with that with overall retirement planning. And forced. Obviously, the best thing a person can do before they make any investment to see is to see what their financial conditions all about eight years, folks we have made available and you can see it on our website. By the way that money talk radio dot com rather on the home page, you'll see information about our August workshops by the way. On real estate strategies. But right under that is a little booklet that's entitled Are you Financially Organized is a little 10 page booklet. It has literally a page on various investments and retirement planning and weird look on your tax return. So you can see how much you actually paid in taxes. It has a page on retirement planning and estate planning insurance playing, we would suggest before you make any investment decisions, get a little booklet. Are you financially organized? We can email it to you, by the way, along with a three page questionnaire called the initial planning guy. And I sort of compare that with having a medical exam with your doc before you decide to make any suggestions or follow any recommendations from your doctor. So get that little book Are you financially organized actually has a paid on real.

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76 demonstrators arrested after shutting down Market Street as part of Breonna Taylor protests

WBZ Midday News

00:52 sec | 4 months ago

76 demonstrators arrested after shutting down Market Street as part of Breonna Taylor protests

"Continues into the officer involved death of Rianna Taylor Her hometown of Louisville, Kentucky, is bracing for another weekend of demonstrations and protests. Louisville police leaders say they have briefed federal agencies on the rally but have not asked for them to intervene. The city's city's metro metro police police major major Aubrey Aubrey Gregory, Gregory, says says he he has has now now heard heard from from several several groups groups who'd who'd tell tell him him they they do do not not plan plan any any violence. violence. This This point. point. I I have have no no expectations expectations based based off communications with him or any of the other groups have spoken that they're going to be any violence. They've all told me, that's not what they're coming. That's not their intention. Thousands of protesters were taken into custody after they marched through Louisville's knew Lou district yesterday afternoon. Police said Protesters were largely peaceful, but they did break the law when they set a barrels and other obstacles on market street to try and block off an area of the road for their ongoing demonstrations.

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Debating the Ahmaud Arbery case

Court TV Podcast

10:48 min | 4 months ago

Debating the Ahmaud Arbery case

"Equa mercy. Join his acklin great to see you. Did He. How dare you? How dare you? This is my house and you're wearing yenkey stuff. Scion unapologetically hello. All right well I just hope that during our debate I do better than the mets do against the Yankees that's. Hoping all right, let. This is what we're GONNA to talk about is the video. The video and the Aubrey case is an amazing piece of evidence. For the prosecution against the McMichael's because you see everything they do. Those are the two guys with the guns in the pickup, one of whom shoots and kills armory. But I think unfortunately. It's a great piece of evidence for the man who is recording that video. Roddy Brian Acklin you do not agree with me. Do not you are wrong. You're wrong. All right I'M GONNA go first, and it starts here and I say unfortunately and I want to preface that folks I'm not making an argument for Roddy. Brian what I'm telling you is what's going to happen and unfortunately this is a great piece of evidence for Roddy, Brian, this video and it comes down to the arguments that Kevin Goth is attorney. Make look at the facts surrounding the video, the only person on the face of the earth who knows this video is being made and being recorded at the time. It's being made in recorded. Is Roddy Brian Okay. He's the only one that knows. That this video exists. He's the only person on earth okay. So, if in fact, prosecutors are going to argue that these three men are working as a lynch mob. Are they going to argue that Roddy Brian's job as part of this lynch mob is to Corral And make sure that you record the lynching, so we can memorialize all of this. And don't forget how everyone finds out about the recording. Roddy Brian at the scene. Invites police into his truck to view the video, so police show up there. Just investing you try to figure out what happens and Ronnie Brian. Tells Police. Listen I got I've got it on video. I, recorded it. Please take a look at it. Shows it to them right then and there. So. Again. Unfortunately, the argument that Kevin Goth can make is lazy. Let's go inside the body Brian. What's his intent? Here was his intent to lynch. Ahmad Aubrey. If so, why would he record a crime? And then why? When police show up the first thing he would do is hand over to police the evidence of the crime that he committed. This goes one hundred percent into the mindset of Roddy Brian and this is a strong argument that Kevin Goth can make to a jury. that. Why on earth would someone record their own crime and then the first thing they do when police show up? Is hand the piece of evidence over to them. ACKLIN. Arguing was very compelling in sense. It's you can tell that you're not racist. By the argument that you provided because we did not include the racist element. Ronnie, Brian in the Michael's were racist, and they were on age racist Tirade. That is why they went around. That is why they have video. As you can see back in the day when they did lynchings in wasn't prided, they had videos. They need pictures of it because they were excited about what they did. We are in a world in which we have Presidential rallies in which races tirades are invited so to to be to say that Haiti's men weren't in building would be wrong. They were in bolted with regards to the back surrounding the video. Let's talk about it the fact surrounding videos. Let's talk about the video. When he was I invited. It was no audio I. Don't know I have that function in my recording in the sense in which I can record a thin ideo in not on your. You know who had the. Mr Brian. We didn't hear the shock in the basement of something that somebody about to die. Why because that million participating in now? He missed a whole big piece of evidence in that pieces of Ahmad. Berry was found on missed the giants car. Pieces that means that evidence of Mr Bridge that means that he hit. The armory with his car to prevent him for movie. To say that he was unarmed is wrong. Mr Robin Mister Bryant had the biggest weapon it at the time. Which is the whole vehicle? Truck with a whole trump down at he did his way, even had that man was cool hand Luke because he was watching a murder, and nobody asked for the audio initially because he was a murder. You know who that the cops you had racist cops come to a racist situation. Leave. The racism states okay hit him with the high side and let him live for three months. Months without any interruption to say that Mister. Bryant wasn't guilty is a farce. He was very much guilty at an end for three months. They watched a video and immig miles. What because they were able to stop? Being friends after Arboretum was shot and killed, they were still friends. They still had the video. They watched it so much, so daddy opened the door to sexual crimes. The this, this case should shock the conscience because the levels of racism in this case is unreasonable, we act three different prosecutors. This prosecutor who saw this in didn't think that this was a murder. We had officers at the scene saw this. In, dot, this which justify so the the Glenn Races. When the most important that evidence of our very being on righties car was still on his car. Three months acted incident and nearly care to wash off so. That that is that the video helps Brian. Totally doesn't work acting that. You didn't plinking most so. The prosecutors are going to argue. That Roddy Brian. Was Racist which they can. Was In cahoots and knew the police would not charge him, which is why he shared the video with police, and knew the process and shared it with the prosecutor because he knew the prosecutor would never charge them, is that do you think that is? An argument that is going to fly with the again. This I'm saying. These are all unfortunate facts for prosecutors in this case, and the prosecutors are going to have to prosecute. Roddy Brian. The McMichael's the local Glenn County Police and the prosecutor's office all in the same trial in order for that theory of yours to to not help. Roddy Brian? Welcome welcome to the practicing law. The South the levels of racism is so appeared like many I. I have to think of Armagh. Arbitrary. That I may get I get that I. Get that, but here's my point. My point is this makes that video the fact that he shoots video and there's more obstacles now. Prosecutors unfortunately again that and to me the obstacle is not only do I have to prosecute these three men. I've got to prosecute the local police and I've got to prosecute the local prosecutor and guess what I'm probably going to have to do it in Glynn County. Georgia. That makes the case more difficult. It's like it's like A. It's like a harper. Literally, but this is what in is in the south? We Wanna say that we come. We've come so far, but that's what it is, and that's how that's how big it is. That's how big it is I think we're agreeing here Hear me out here me out on my theory and why we're agreeing okay, because we're. We're making to arguments that are. not necessarily in conflict everything you're saying. I'm I'm agreeing with. Right. I, just have to get you to agree with the fact that the case is a little bit harder against Roddy Brian with him shooting that video and handing it to police, because now prosecutors have to take on the police and the prosecutors right so. Can we agree on that yes? Yes, all right all right I think we solved it. I think we did. This is a big moment, but I will not ever. Ever cheer for the Yankees. Especially when they play my mets, that will never happen, but I think we can agree here. To a certain extent that the there's going to be some obstacles here, but I think what you have shown me. And made me realize how you look at the case. You know I look at the case a certain way, but I have to get a different mentality onto to to get to that next level. So? Wow Acklin, always great having you on the show for having go Yankees got. That will be her last time on the show by the way. Either that or we can edit that out next time. We'll just bleep it out. Right Acklin mercy, incredible criminal defense attorney. In Georgia knows Georgia law. Insider knows Georgia juries, which is the most important part of of trying to case when we come back. I WANNA, talk about hate crimes, because at the time of the Amman archery shooting there was no hate crime. Law in Georgia and people were. Besides themselves coast to coast. When you come back I'm going to explain to you why it's really not a big deal. Especially in this case, number one and number two. Hate crimes. Are Way too over height by the media.

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"aubrey" Discussed on In Bed with Nick and Megan

In Bed with Nick and Megan

01:30 min | 4 months ago

"aubrey" Discussed on In Bed with Nick and Megan

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"aubrey" Discussed on In Bed with Nick and Megan

In Bed with Nick and Megan

04:47 min | 4 months ago

"aubrey" Discussed on In Bed with Nick and Megan

"At the same time. Preferably Spike. I wanted you know this just occurred to me, do you? Are you a fan of the musician? Nick Cave Aubrey Yeah I am I'm not. I know who is not super familiar with like all I'm not like a crazy fan. I know all of this stuff, but. Cave girl. Thing but yeah I dig is thing for sure, but. For those that don't know, he's he's awesome. Sort of. Boutique. Australian Piano Driven Rock and roller for the last like forty. Years, or so he is a band called the bad seeds that see wordy here. Yeah, and anyway he this. His is really great thing you can get. His like an email list called the red hand files that you can sign up for and fans. It's how sort of addresses the question of Fan Mail so he chooses questions and sends out this e mail letter, answering like one or two questions, and I just got one yesterday, and they're always really good. He's really wise. He's really got a wonderful sense of empathy, and he's I think he would really love like he's got a dirt sense of romance. I am a big fan of his, but split the reason I. Bring it up is. To recommend people check out the red hand files from Nick Cave. Specifically on this one, he's asked by his fans like. What see? How are you creative? Like? What are you doing during this time when we're all lockdown at home? And his answer was really interesting I. He lists all the things he could do. Which I think is true for a lot of us. In this in entertainment is he can like write an album. He can get online and like do a solo concert from his bathroom and all the. You know the myriad things that we can be doing even. Like we're doing this podcast right now, but then the second half of the thing he says. The another fan said. Why is this the time to get creative? And he says and I'll just read a little bit of it together. We have stepped into history and now are now living inside an event unprecedented in our lifetime every day. The news provides us with dizzying information that a few weeks before would have been unthinkable. What deranged divided us a month ago seems at best an embarrassment from an idol and privileged time we have become eye witnesses to a catastrophe that we're seeing unfold from the inside out were forced to isolate to be vigilant to be quiet to watch and contemplate the possible implosion of our civilisation in real time. And he goes on a little bit, and then he says perhaps. We will know something of our resilience, our capacity for forgiveness and our mutual vulnerability. Perhaps, it is a time to pay attention to be mindful and to be observant. As an artist feels inapt to miss this extraordinary moment, and so what he's saying is. Maybe we maybe we should give ourselves permission not to buckle down and write a symphony right now and let it be okay like the world is being. Kayode like being punched in the face, and were staggering on our feet like holy cow. How will our society whether this punch? And let's give ourselves permission to like. Be Witness to it and look to one another and take care of one another and not feel like we have to. Be involved in capitalism right now and. We need to get back to work. You need to get the. Economy back on its Blah Blah Blah and instead say oh, let's. Look to our loved ones and our families. You know and and see if we can survive without selling each other athletic shoes. I feel that I feel! I've been thinking about that a lot actually just the idea of like. You know how taking the. Time to just be alive and just stop 'cause. I have that urge to be like productive. You're pretty prolific filmmaker. You produce an seems like you're always in three new films, and you're producing them, so it is a really good time to just be still. Because when.

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"aubrey" Discussed on In Bed with Nick and Megan

In Bed with Nick and Megan

01:46 min | 4 months ago

"aubrey" Discussed on In Bed with Nick and Megan

"Bears. Suppose. Anyway. Props so this is how you're keeping yourself. occupied, and offering your service to humankind will do. something. And I. Don't know why that the power runs through me. At night and an I. My desk has had all these things on it for so long that I finally just been able to use them you. It's like I've been waiting. Light. Just shut US I'M A. Votive candle with US Saint Miss Divine. What's divine dressed those leg sheva autumn. Yeah I. Mean I'm telling you guys I have multiple crystal balls. I mean these things are just all over my desk I. Guess I didn't realize that ear. Your witch thing was as real as it's turning out to be. I didn't ask for this power. Now it's It was bestowed upon you. But I think the night at the women's which party that we had really solidified this for me. Made it failure talking about that yesterday? I've been having these. Girls night parties with. Just? All women obviously but. You know it just had a really interesting mix of cool. Women and Aubrey came to the that was the first one. There have been three so far, and she was on the first one and she went up on. Our Balcony and This.

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"aubrey" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

03:38 min | 5 months ago

"aubrey" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"Hello everybody welcome to another episode of audio. Judo I'm Kyle and I'm Matthew. Thanks for joining us today. Today? We are very lucky to be joined by photographer filmmaker artist Aubrey Powell. now if you don't know who Aubrey is, that's okay, but I guarantee you know his work. Aubrey was half of the artistic group known as hypnosis. This group, which also included Artists Storm Thoresen was responsible for some of the most recognizable and legendary album art. The late sixties to early eighties gliding led Zeppelin's houses the Holy Peter Gabriel's first few solo records, and of course, most popular record cover of all time pink floyd's dark side of the moon. hypnosis dissolved in Nineteen eighty-three is busied himself with movies, documentaries as well as artistic directing tours for Sir Paul McCartney and numerous other projects. He joins us from his home in England. Welcome, Aubrey. Hello, so Yeah, I'm joined by my co host Kyle easier with me. Hello Aubrey. How's it going? How are you I'm very good. Thank you first of all. I WANNA. Thank you for joining us today. This afternoon for you. And so how you doing with this whole quarantine business i. hold up well I live on A. London else have a farm. in Oxfordshire so I'm kind of locked down. I mean it's comfortable. So. It makes no difference to me so to be honest. Review you know this field and bicycle rides and walks and. Also in the middle of writing a book so I have plenty to do another pink floyd projects to, and so you know being looked down. The country's about as beautifullest hits, so don't really affect me too much. The only thing I find difficulties. The lack of social connection by you know. I kind of friends around. says. That's that's it. But apart from that. It's. Kind of Nice. It's been a wonderful spring. Hands been very sunny and warm. and. Beautiful so I. I ca I mustn't complaint. If it went on for another year, totally would be. Uptight I think. The moment no, it's good. That sounds Nice actually. Go for those out there for our listeners. Don't know who you are and what you were involved with. Can you tell us a little bit about how hypnosis came to be since show? That's kind of what you're most well known for. Especially in the music world I started. A company called hypnosis way back in nineteen sixty seven. with my partner Storm Phil Jackson and Began by doing the second pink floyd cover. It was cool Sosa full of secrets. Were both students and both. Extremely Amatya I would say and didn't really know what we were doing, but We were enthusiastic and had had some experience and learn about darkroom. Work and also how use a camera so. More by luck and judgment came up with quite a good idea. It kind of worked out. I'm that. Was the stocks search? And from then on throughout the seventies, we worked weekends. Rolling Stones led Zeppelin the Floyd again. Many times Peter Gabriel. Genesis and on and on it went, and we became and album covers studio. I.

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"aubrey" Discussed on Thinking Sideways Podcast

Thinking Sideways Podcast

08:12 min | 5 months ago

"aubrey" Discussed on Thinking Sideways Podcast

"When I finished with recliner, we wrapped it in butcher paper and loaded it into a van to keep it in the property room until trial. I went upstairs to survey the loft bedroom. There was no indication that any violence took place in the loft, but the area needed to be searched clothing with scattered all over the floor, the bed clothes were rumpled, and the bathroom looked normal contained the usual variety of personal hygiene stuff. There was a single dried blood drop on the top of the bedpost at the foot of the bed I scraped it off with a scalpel into a glassy envelope with the hope that belonged to Joseph. Picked up each item of clothing and looked for evidence of cleanup or blood, and there was a White Basketball Jersey. It had been wanted up between the bed, and the dresser, and I picked it up. There were red stains all over the front one stain in particular, stood out a transfer pattern consistent with the front and back of a knife, as if the wearer took the blade and pulled it across the fabric to wipe it off. Aubrey Joseph could have been wearing this Jersey when he committed. The murder kept one of the bloody knives in his hand, and wiped it off on this Jersey or he just used it as a cleaning cloth, but this was another detail that would help disprove his quote. Unquote panic defense. The additional spatters cast off and transfer patterns were documented, photographed and diagrammed and released the scene at about nine o'clock that night. Nearly two years went by, and the case went to trial in February of two thousand eleven. All Joseph's defense was crime of passion as he alleged during the interrogation. He said that he recalled cutting Trina. He didn't remember his actions as being severe enough to kill her. The Defense Counsels Opening Statement to the jury mitigated Aubrey's involvement and instead focused on his lack of faith in their relationship and a suicide attempt he made by drinking bleach and taking pills several months before the murder. The prosecutor countered that argument in her opening statement. The prosecutor said Trina Joseph is dead. Because this defendant wanted her dead, she was killed in a most horrific and brutal manner at the hands of her own husband. This defendant useful knives, a large butcher knife. He thrusted into her body so hard that the blade snapped from the handle, but that didn't stop him. He just went back to their kitchen to get more knives. He continued his brutal attacks, stabbing her numerous times in the forehead above her ear by her lip in her belly in her cheek in her jaw in the top of her head in her clavicle in her hand. She sustained stab wounds to her thumb, her ring finger her middle finger wounds that she would have sustained while trying to protect herself. This defendant stabbed her with such force that the neighbor awoke to the brutal screams of Trina Joseph as she struggled for her life. This defendant stabbed her with such force that her ribs were fractured. Her lung was pierced. Her liver was perforated and her voice box was cut. But what could Trina Joseph have done to deserve this? The answer. Absolutely nothing. According to the defendants own mouth. He thought that Trina Joseph had disrespected him earlier that night. He thought she was going to leave him. So in his words. He stabbed her up. He killed her and when he had completed the task he set out to do. He drove himself down to the jail turned himself in, as as could be no emotion, no regret. You'll learn that on July thirty first Trina Joseph the defendant and some friends when out to have some fun. They went to Jim's place a place they usually went to, but once they're. The defendant started getting upset at Trina, Joseph Trina was sitting at the bar, talking to another man and this defendant didn't like it when he went up to Trina Joseph to confront her in the man Trina Joseph tried to calm the situation down. Chill everything out. But the defendant took this as Trina. Joseph picking the other men over him and disrespecting him. After opening arguments, the medical examiner took the stand. She testified that Trina Joseph likely bled to death after living through each and every stab wound and fought back until she just couldn't anymore. The doctor described each injury and detail and photographs were shown to the jury. I was called to testify on the second day to detail. The line required to leave the various stains and altered patterns behind. The photographs of her injuries flashed up on the big screen in the courtroom. Trina Joseph's father was seated in the front row of the gallery and he was unprepared to see them. The victim's advocate gently escorted him out of the courtroom after he cried out, and the judge took a short recess. It was heartbreaking. The father remained in the hallway for the rest of the trial. After the prosecution was finished and I, explained everything that I had to say about the blood same patterns, the knives, and how I conducted my investigation, the defense attorney took the podium, and asked me questions about the cleanup of the bloodstains on her body, and why Aubrey Joseph would leave the rest of the evidence to be found if his intent was to hide evidence of the murder, the defense attorney asked me a couple of innocuous questions about my experience, and then she moved to talk about the knives collected from the crime scene. Now, you collected a couple of knives, a blade and a handle right that's correct and several of those items. They appeared to still have red stains, perhaps blood on them. That's correct. They didn't appear to have been wiped clean or wiped off or cleaned off and I, said it would be difficult for me to make that determination, but if they had red stains or were anywhere in the apartment, they were collected. It wouldn't appear through your experience and your view of the scene that the assailant in this case had tried to mask the crime scene. The woman's body was still there correct, correct and knives right there next to the recliner. That's correct and there's blood on the wall and clothes and other parts of the apartment. Is that correct? That's correct, so it didn't look like somebody had done a thorough job in trying to hide or mask, scene and I said the only thing I saw with the altered bloodstains that we discussed earlier, and that was basically it, and you wouldn't be in a position to speculate as to why a stain a drying stain may have been wiped off of her left cheek. And I said I can't tell you why I can just tell you that somebody or somehow it was wiped off after it began to dry. She dropped it at that point, but she moved forward to the blood splatter on the wall and surrounding areas, and she said I believed you use the term medium velocity, blood, splatter correct, and you're not able to give an opinion as to the force or thrust. You know the speed of the blood moving or anything like that, are you? And, I said for this particular scene. It would be difficult because I didn't do a full reconstruction. It was unnecessary. However I can tell you that medium velocity spider in general travels at a distance of five feet to twenty five feet per second. That's how fast it's traveling. which is indicative of either Blunt Force Trauma or in this case, a multiple stabbing? Would it be fair to say that it would be slower than a gunshot, but faster than just dripping and I said that's correct. I have no further questions your honor. When I finished my testimony the DNA analyst took the stand. The analyst was to testify about the results of the swabs taken from the knives the scene she said that there was a mixture of both Trina and Aubrey Joseph's blood on three of the four nine and a one in a quad.

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"aubrey" Discussed on Thinking Sideways Podcast

Thinking Sideways Podcast

07:03 min | 5 months ago

"aubrey" Discussed on Thinking Sideways Podcast

"One thirty. Five. Forty five minutes ago. It was only ten to fifteen minute drive to the police building from their apartment. That left thirty minutes unaccounted for in that thirty minutes based on the evidence Aubrey Joseph took the time to try to clean his wife's body. At the same time he was changing his clothes and calling his sister in New Jersey. Once, the homicide detective saw this evidence. He picked up his phone and called the office and spoke with the lead detective, and he told him about the bloodstain evidence on his body. Hey. It's me is Joseph still on the box. Good. What's he saying? After listening for a minute, he interrupted Oh bullshit. He didn't panic. He cleaned her up. Yeah. I'm sure Cairns with Michigan. Describe it to you. You tell that piece of shit that we've got him dead to rights. Ask Him why. He cleaned her up if he was in a panic. Now now you know what fuck that. Just give him an orange jumpsuit and book is asked for murder on my way and I said tell them to put his clothes and bags, shoes and socks, too. When confronted with this Information Aubrey Joseph continued to deny it, but he also denied using any other knives, but the folding knife that he left on the fireplace mantle. He could deny the heinousness of this murder. All he wanted the truth would play out in court. After the homicide detective hung up and we finished processing TRINA 's body and injuries. She was transported downtown for autopsy and I still needed to document and collect. All of the other evidence left at the scene. As we loaded her body into the transport, then my phone rang. It was the midnight sergeant the same one who had relegated this investigation to me almost seven hours earlier. Hi Sarge I'm still here. Hey, how much longer are you going to be well? It's going to be a while yet. I said I didn't ask for a vague answer. I asked you. How much longer you're going to be? I looked at my phone, wondering what in the hell her problem was. Well the medical examiner investigator is still here and we're just. She interrupted me. What do you mean? The investigator is still there? It was four o'clock when I left, and she was on the way. It's ten thirty now. Yes ma'am. She was called way too early. I wasn't ready for response. At that point. We're just loading the victim now. What are you doing? That's so long she asked. It's a homicide SARGE, it's GonNa be a while before I can release the scene. There bloodstains everywhere. The victim had to be fully documented and she interrupted me again. Well. How much evidence do you have left? What just a couple of knives? You should be done soon, right? and. I said no I have a ton left to do. It'll probably be later this evening. If not tomorrow before I can release the scene and she countered, you'll go into overtime at one o'clock, so try to be done by then and I said you want me to leave at one o'clock. No, I want you to leave before that and have everything submitted by one. I'm not granting you overtime, so you can finish during your regular hours tomorrow. I was speechless in her supervisory Brio. She neglected to look at the calendar. My regular days off began the following day meaning that overtime was happening now or later unless she wanted to assign the final stages of the case to yet another investigator and the sad truth is that I wouldn't have been surprised if she did so. I hung up with her and I called the homicide sergeant directly. Hey, sarge, it's Karen. Karen, what can I do for UK? My sarge won't approve overtime, and she says she wants me out of here by one, but there is a shit ton left to do. And he said No. No, no, no, no, you do your thing. Submit your over time through me. I will handle it, and he called my supervisor and read her the riot act. My cell phone was quiet for the rest of the investigation. I was pretty hot headed after that so went out to my van and put on the air and the radio on full blast, and after a few deep breaths, and some cold coffee I went back inside to finish documenting all the other evidence I started a pretty basic reconstruction by sequencing, the events, using the position of the various knives on the floor, the blade of that big butcher knife was on the carpet between the recliner and the kitchen wall, and a steak knife was lying crosswise on top of it. Both of them were stained with blood, but the blood patterns around them were very different. A drip pattern on the carpet continued underneath that large butcher blade meaning that Trina was already injured and bled onto the carpet, prior to being injured by the butcher knife, which was broken in half and fell on top of those existing stains. The steak knife was used after the butcher knife, and was subsequently dropped on top of it I continued to sequence the events, using the available evidence, showing the absolute viciousness of the crime and the numerous times that Aubrey Joseph needed to walk away from Trina Joseph's spotty to retrieve another weapon to continue his attack. The metal handle of the butcher knife was located a short distance away on top of a large saturation stain on the carpet. The handle was virtually devoid of visible blood, unlike the whole surrounding area which was covered with small droplets from the blood that dripped from China's head and splashed into the existing pool, clearly, she had sustained a very severe injury prior to the moment when Aubrey retrieve the butcher knife and broke it. The evidence began to reveal the unrelenting calculated manner in which sequential decision was made. The knives were swabbed for DNA, and I was very hopeful that a mixture of Joseph and Aubrey Joseph's blood would be located on each one. The saturation pattern on the recliner cushion above her head needed to be explained as well I looked behind the recliner, which was partially tucked into an alcove under the stairs there was a cardboard box with a blood into blood drip pattern on it, and following that pattern up to the top of the chair I saw something that I had never seen before and I haven't. Haven't seen. Since the blood dripped off of the fabric, and created a partially clotted ligament that led directly to the blood pool on the cardboard box, it looked like a bloody select tight in order for that to happen. The chair had to have been reclined at some point post injury, and that was consistent with Aubrey. Joseph's wait pushing the top half of the recliner back. As? He continued to inflict. Blow.

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"aubrey" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

Duncan Trussell Family Hour

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"aubrey" Discussed on Duncan Trussell Family Hour

"aubrey" Discussed on Freedom Fast Lane with Ryan Daniel Moran

Freedom Fast Lane with Ryan Daniel Moran

03:16 min | 2 years ago

"aubrey" Discussed on Freedom Fast Lane with Ryan Daniel Moran

"Hope to see there. And in the meantime, enjoy this chat with Aubrey Marcus. I think entrepreneurship is probably the greatest portal the personal development in this other conversation in that's how most of us met each other. And you have seemingly continued to scale and grow and build and from outside often looks like. Just kept going and going and going going from inside as up in the case. And if so how. Yeah. I mean, I think we we really understood what we were in why we were doing it in that. It wasn't like immediate. I had to make a hard pivot like right off the drop. So basically started on it began, and I was making hangover supplements. But people who were partying that hard. Don't really wanna spend the money on their young. And they don't really care, you know. So we pivoted hard into our first which is still our flagship product which is offering which is a universal product for performance Robbins Ason everybody can use. It wasn't just specifically related to partying too hard or some niche kind of idea. This was a universal expression in with that came and understanding of like, all right? What is on here for on? It isn't like the remedy to some destructive behavior on it is something that can help people live a little bit better today. Feel a little bit better. Day than they were yesterday. And like that identity of who we were and genuinely authentically expressing that has been our superpower. But it's been our secret sauce, and that's attracted people who were attracted to that vibe attracted to that feeling that emotion the truth of what that is in on it as an organization, if you keep peeling away the layers in me, you're the people around you just find more on it. And that has been like this force that's attracted more and more people mean even someone like JP who's been a huge ally. For on. This wasn't some big plotted out strategic six figure deal or ink and contracts and sort of shit like that was like we met we got to feel the vibe he dug the vibe, and we dug his vibe, so we started collaborating and working on stuff and then that introduced to audience. And you can do Kate this over athletes and all kinds of different influencers. And and so I think we have grown year over year over year and scale than added employees and and grown. But I think it's just been this natural gravitational poll, and then the more gravity you have the more gravitational pull you have in the more. So it's just seems to be as we stay in alignment. We have the biggest effect now where we've grown completely out of cash flow to. So I raised one hundred ten thousand dollars to start on it pretty much wasted at all in my party supplements and.

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"aubrey" Discussed on The Skinny Confidential Him And Her Podcast

The Skinny Confidential Him And Her Podcast

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"aubrey" Discussed on The Skinny Confidential Him And Her Podcast

"And also by partnering with joe rogan aubrey has a new book out that i just finished and it's called own the day own your life we get into that in the episode he's a super interesting guy and he's the ceo of a successful company he's an author and he also hosts the great podcast called aubrey marcus podcast outside of being a successful entrepreneur podcast or an author aubrey is also a proponent of raising awareness for psychedelic medicines through programs like maps dot org and the half dir institute we fully dive into psychedelics on the show and the potential benefits of psychedelics when used as a medicine instead of recreationally what was really a curveball for this interview is this aubrey and his fiancee whitney miller are completely open relationship yes you guys heard that right completely open relationship meaning they're able to see date other people with the full blessing from one another so when aubrey showed up with whitney we had to have her on the show to dive into it we were actually planning on just having aubrey whitney was there and we invited her on the show because we wanted that him in her aspect we've never really had a conversation on this podcast around psychedelics and open relationships so this is new having the conversation with actual practitioners and people we know to be successful in their own rights was really interesting and i think you guys are gonna find it super super interesting yourself so without further ado here's aubrey marcus and whitney miller this is the skinny confidential her.

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"aubrey" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused

Happy Sad Confused

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"aubrey" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused

"I think it'd be fun for you to do like a big literally what i'm writing right now my own mrs doubtfire and believe me i've been around town pitching this thing and everyone's looking at me strange and just wait until i pull this out of my a little more i can't we can help you now i can't let's just say yeah i will be unrecognizable ua laugh and you will cry never will be heart you know bring back tutsi oh yeah yeah what movie have you seen more than any other what would continue to return to what you can you quote by heart what's the comfort movie that comfort movie turn on and it just puts aubrey eighties makes the world of better place the matchmaker oh i don't know okay expected the first thing that comes to mind that's fun legion season two wrapping this up in a big book that flew by we'll get that feel you why by for you what do you mean what happen but you're saying these last forty minutes to summarize we let's just listen to it really quick and then we'll finish it take back whatever i said really good plan what tease us for the rest of legion we always i always dance number in the first episode more dancing to come it feels like that's a legion staple now you need dancing if you're going to legion gas i didn't sign up for that by the way what's going to happen i don't know.

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"aubrey" Discussed on Food 4 Thot

Food 4 Thot

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"aubrey" Discussed on Food 4 Thot

"Really i i would say though see this is what it was is like the chocolate frosties but when you dip the yes oh my god this food richard diane keaton diana ross diana realit and or diana goddess of the hunt dinah got us the hunt was also a lesbian icon so i feel like a half to go with her i would say i mean dying aw love hangover i can never resist that song ever ever ever she's also so mean looking and sexy it's such a turn on i'm like have you ever seen that photo of her with the ten foot wig on on she's got like these pursed lips on her face and she's like you can tell the wig hurting her aubrey o'day aubrey plaza aubrey graham or album pain and for those of you don't know avi graham is drake's real name oh i did not i did not know what i'm going to abstain 'cause i can't fuck with any of those even like wait no kids it's not cuba i will say that like like like ten thirty getting into the train station at philly and it was like the only thing open and i was hungry as it was like i was like food we were evaluating this based on which is gayer i have mean would have to pick drake drake album pain i'm not sure definitely ivory plazas pretty gay too though is that she no i don't.

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"aubrey" Discussed on Short Story Long

Short Story Long

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"aubrey" Discussed on Short Story Long

"Aubrey markets podcast ride dive deep love it man you killed it like i said your protests and thanks you just showed it thanks i appreciate it yeah we did it so yeah all right there it is i hope you like it especially the end when he was talking about that the ideal day just a little sample of what's in the book i'm really excited to read that book i'm going to do a giveaway on my instagram once again that's at drama i'm going to give away to win ten books of his new book as soon as it comes out i'm gonna buy them when they come out so stay tuned on that pay attention to my post i will be doing giveaway on there check out his podcast i'll be markets podcast and that book comes out preorder now we'll get it on april fourteen as always phillies feedback on store podcast app on your phone subscribe to my newsletter y n our la slash drama youtube dot com slash drama drama over there and subscribe be on the lookout for all my new content and then sharing keep sharing the keep show short story long keep telling friends keep spreading the message all the feedback that i've been getting just insane more and more people are coming up to me when i'm out and about or writing messages on social media and telling me how it impacted them or certain episodes they liked the most in that really goes a long way and means a lot of and all the views and all the everything all the numbers everything helps me get bigger better guests keep pushing this thing and pete making it bigger can't thank you guys enough i'll be back next.

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"aubrey" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now

The Church of What's Happening Now

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"aubrey" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now

"Grows using drugs shit so how long have it hit it says tried so funny i made a i made the biggest best thing i did five years ago it was to walk into jitsu studio it really showed me how bad shape i have become even though i was lifting and doing all this shit it really showed me what i had become my body was the first time i did a hip escape i thought i was saying stars and i left there and i said i'm not gonna go ever go back and i go what good is that gonna do for me if i don't know back and i went back and it was it was down a once a week like i would go to jitsu are mondays and that would be so all week even though i was going to wind swimming and hitting the bag jiu jitsu had done something to my body that hadn't been done in the woke some sit up it works and shit out and i became in love with it but my movement and my weight was so bad that i really wasn't moving forward how is not when i went to all burto they started progressing 'cause i started losing a little weight but was still fifty and in your mind when you're fifty or forty you start looking at the young guy and you're gonna wind i do in that and sometimes you do there is a great guy like aubrey that'll go joey come row may come on let's do another round come on just let's just do techniques how submit you you sweet me and i would start doing that and then i get the car and i couldn't get out of the call regular chiropractor you know fucking rub cb deal on me and horrible could have a flight or something and then i read this article about training over fifty and it really broke it down and now you know i'm training five days a week since i wouldn't as a week.

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"aubrey" Discussed on The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"aubrey" Discussed on The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

"You know psychological damage it's just love and pleasure then go for it you know live this life and that's that's what it teaches you and that's just the way aubrey's aside of the levers live so thanks for the question thank you again to express for having us here i want to finish with one final question but makes you guys check out the new book it's called on the day own your life optimized practices for waking working learning eating training playing sleeping and best of all sects by remark is so you can check it out it's it's out next month you can preorder it now on the day on your life final question for you it's called the three truce if this was your last day and many years from now and you were able to achieve everything you could imagine you brought it to life every experience every dream happened every business every book you wrote humane but you had to take it all with you and no one else could experience it anymore you have to take it with you when you die all of it but you got to leave the world behind with three truce three lessons that you knew to be true about your experience that you would want the world to remember you by what would be the three lessons or the three truths for you that's a really good question i think you know the first is that heaven isn't someplace that we're going to later heaven is available to us right now and it's going to take going through hell to find it usually it's going to go going through the hell of dealing with your own ego dealing with your own shit but there's a way to enjoy this live so that it is heaven and to really feel that and that's that's what i think our birthright here is and it's great to help other people do the same thing so for one experience that really truly experienced life as heaven find the ways for you to do that number to help other people.

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