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Fresh update on "bailey" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak Europe

Bloomberg Daybreak Europe

00:37 min | 19 hrs ago

Fresh update on "bailey" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak Europe

"The paper review on Bloomberg daybreak Europe. The news you need to know from today's papers. Okay, now let's get to our newspapers. Many of Thursday's papers lead with the resignation of lady Susan Hussey as a senior member of the royal household following comments she made to a black charity boss. It comes just as the prince and Princess of Wales head to Boston for a three day visit their first overseas trip since the death of the queen. So that's what's in a lot of the papers, but actually let's go to the Financial Times Leanne Garrett joins us with a rundown of what's in the papers and actually they focus on Musk and Twitter. Yes, indeed, Anna good morning to you so the FT says Elon Musk is under increasing pressure from the U.S. and also the EU over his ownership of Twitter. Now that comes as regulators clamp down on the billionaires push to transform the social media network into a freewheeling space of free speech. Yesterday, the European Commission threatened Elon Musk with a ban unless Twitter stuck with these strict content moderation rules out of a course in place, meanwhile, the US Treasury secretary Janet Yellen has indicated that Washington was also reviewing Musk's purchase of Twitter, but one other thing Musk says apple is not removing the Twitter app which appears to be easing the standoff between himself and Tim Cook. So yesterday, Elon Musk met the CEO of Apple at the Apple headquarters and we've been talking a lot about food, apple is obviously a fruit, but I wonder if they had like an exotic meal. A serpent turf. We weren't provided with the intelligence. It's interesting to hear what Johnny Allen was saying though, so she was saying that the purchase would warrant a government review if it was deemed to raise national security concerns to sort of walking back earlier comments she'd made on that. Another story you've picked out an opinion piece in the telegraph about Andrew Bailey, the headline, Andrew Bailey is the wrong person to save us from this crisis. This is pretty critical from Matthew Lynn, and in his article for the telegraph he outlined a reason why he's making this argument why he thinks the time has really come to replace the governor of the Bank of England, Andrew Bailey, and the financial columnist and author Matthew Lin argues that the Central Bank printed too much money in lost control of inflation. And he's also accusing Bailey of failures in the September mini budget crisis, so Lynn sites Bailey's testimony to the House of lords economic affairs committee which was happening on Tuesday and the clash between Bailey and mervyn king. But interestingly, Anna Lynn makes the argument that the bank failed to support trust and Quartet knowing what she was saying throughout the summer. Okay, well, I mean, yeah, the take we got from the Central Bank was different though, wasn't it? Just yesterday, they

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Fresh update on "bailey" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak Europe

Bloomberg Daybreak Europe

01:36 min | 20 hrs ago

Fresh update on "bailey" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak Europe

"To the House of lords economic affairs committee which was happening yesterday and the clash between Bailey and the former governor who is of course lord mervyn king, but interestingly, Lynn makes an argument that the bank failed to support Liz truss and quasi quatre ahead of that budget and the agenda of Liz truss, he argues, was well known over the summer and he says surely the bank's job was to support the prime minister and there was no mystery about her plan. So pretty critical piece there coming out of the telegraph. Interesting in the context of a something spoken to lord bridges who's the chair of that house of Lloyd's economic committee economic affairs committee yesterday talking about the testimony that Andrew Bailey gave so Matthew Lin outlining his point of view, but perhaps not one that shared by everyone. Absolutely. Yeah, his point of view, and as you said yesterday, you were speaking to someone from that committee and he was saying was an extraordinary event that did occur that we did see, yes There was this breakdown in communication. Only and let's talk about this. It covers Christmas 2020, which as we're approaching Christmas 2022, I remember that you're being so dire. It's The Guardian headlining a health story saying officials were slow to act on COVID contact tracing warnings. Gosh, wasn't it a very different Christmas two years ago when I read the story that really stuck up to me yeah, but The Guardian leads with evidence from the ongoing COVID inquiry, the paper highlights leaped information that public health leaders were far too slow to act on repeated warnings over Christmas 2020 that contact tracing and isolation should have been triggered immediately after a positive lateral flow test. And can you believe the daily deaths from COVID will running at about 400 a day in the week before Christmas 2020? So there's a lot going on in that inquiry which is still ongoing here in the UK. Wow, so incredibly important. Research being done. And just bad memories all around, hopefully we don't end up in that in that place that we were two years ago. I really optimistic that we won't. I'm optimistic too, but we should all still stay safe, of course, Charlie. And I said, some people have been invited for their fourth jabs, haven't they? So encouraged to go for those two. Okay, thanks very much, Leanne. This is Bloomberg. Markets, headlines, and breaking news 24 hours a day. At fluberg dot com, the Bloomberg business and good blew both quick take. This is a Bloomberg business flash. From Bloomberg's European headquarters in London I'm Stephen Carol with this Bloomberg radio business flash away Asian shares continuing to push higher this morning that twin pieces of sentiment coming one from Jerome Powell's speech last night, which we just heard our colleague Paul Dobson break down the implications are for us, but also the signals coming from China that perhaps there could be some flexibility coming to the COVID zero policies to the MSI MSCI specific index is 2.1% higher than hang seng's 1.6% higher this morning than CSI 300 also seeing some strength up by 1.1% as well. You're a stocks 50 futures are 1% higher S&P E minis at two tens higher. That was after a particularly good day on Wall Street yesterday as well as we saw. In fact, the day Jones Industrial average entering a bull market is rising 20% from its low in September treasuries had jumped across the board as well. They're largely stable today, the ten year yield now 3.61% and the two year yield 4.33% that was a huge move that

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Hooker throws three TDs, No. 5 Tennessee tops Missouri 66-24

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 2 weeks ago

Hooker throws three TDs, No. 5 Tennessee tops Missouri 66-24

"Tennessee took a close second half game against Missouri and turned it into a route the volunteers racked up 724 yards on the way to a 66 24 thrashing of zoo in the game leading UT wide out Jalen Hyatt surpassed 1000 yards receiving on the season only the 9th volunteer ever to do so You know I was one of my goals I had just coming into the season I knew I had to take a big role when Bailey's left I'm glad to step up just for his offense to do what we have to do Tennessee moves to 9 and one and stays in the thick of the college football playoff chase Eric waddell Knoxville

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Lee, Nelson lead surging Islanders to 5-2 win over Blues

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 3 weeks ago

Lee, Nelson lead surging Islanders to 5-2 win over Blues

"The islanders net four unanswered second period goals and beat the blues 5 to two New York wins their 5th in a row St. Louis has dropped 6 straight The second period goals are scored by cow pal Mary Brock Nelson Josh Bailey and Anders Lee Regardless of what's going on over there that's a great that's a great hockey team And they're going to figure it out and they're going to they're going to have a great season It's just a stretch for them And so we knew they were coming and becoming hard And they always doing this building is a tough place to play Vladimir Cinco and Robert Thomas score for the blues Ilya siroc and wins in Jordan Bennington takes the loss Mike Reeves St. Louis

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Bank of England Raises Key Interest Rate by 0.75 Point

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | Last month

Bank of England Raises Key Interest Rate by 0.75 Point

"The Bank of England has made its biggest interest rate increase in three decades in an attempt to beat stubbornly high inflation the Central Bank has boosted its key rate by three quarters of a percentage point to 3% The aggressive move comes even as the bank predicted a two year economic contraction through to June 2024 Bank of England governor Andrew Bailey said the move was necessary to keep inflation down The rate increases the Bank of England's 8th in a row and the biggest since 1992 it comes after the U.S. Federal Reserve announced a fourth consecutive three quarter point jump as the fight against inflation takes

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Bailey, Nelson lift Islanders past Hurricanes 6-2

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | Last month

Bailey, Nelson lift Islanders past Hurricanes 6-2

"The islanders even their record at four and four with a 6 two victory at Carolina Josh Bailey scored the go ahead goal and it's 1000th NHL game all with the aisles I was able to put a good move on them and put it in the back of the net certainly certainly felt good Brock Nelson scored twice in the third period for New York which also received goals from Matt Martin Zach Paris and Oliver wallstrom Ilya siroc had made 33 saves in the islanders set an NHL record for consecutive games without allowing a power play goal to start a season Martin Nietzsche Brent burns scored for the hurricanes who were coming off a three one and one road trip I'm Dave ferry

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"bailey" Discussed on What Bitcoin Did

What Bitcoin Did

03:47 min | Last month

"bailey" Discussed on What Bitcoin Did

"Bitcoin isn't like a new theory about what kinds of money are possible. It's more like a bulldozer that says you're all wrong. You need more tools to think properly about money. Here's a totally new kind of money that is kind of like Fiat, kind of like gold and kind of like neither. Hello there, how are you already having a good week? I'm having a good time over here in Bedford is my birthday next week. I'm looking forward to that. I'm not doing anything too often celebrate birthdays. I want to want is a win in the cup this weekend for other mighty rail Bedford. I am actually over here in Switzerland. I'm going to plan B conference. It's price. You know what? These conferences over in Europe, they're getting better, we're seeing some good stuff being done in Europe for Bitcoin as maybe I won't have to always travel to America. Anyway, listen, welcome to the what Bitcoin did podcast, which is brought to you by Gemini, the only place I'm using for buying Bitcoin, I'm your host Peter McCormack. Today I've got another philosopher on the show. I've got Andrew Bailey. Now this is a show that Danny wanted to make so much. Danny kept pinging me and said, look, you need to get Andrew Bailey on the show. You're going to love this guy. Did you know what he was right? I did. I actually love getting the philosophers on the show. I love having these kind of deeper conversations about Bitcoin and money and what's happening with the world. And so to get Andrew Bailey was incredible, but the weird thing is, I think Andrew played me because it ended up not being so much of an interview. I kind of felt like it was a therapy session. Andrew did this really clever thing whereby he flipped the script to started asking me questions and made me kind of think about the philosophy and money itself, which was super cool. So I've got no idea how this worked out for you. I never listened back to the shows because firstly I hate my voice and I want every time I hear it. I'm like, oh my God, I sound like a moron. How do I have any friends and why isn't anyone listening to my show? And secondly, I'm just too super judgmental, but I've got no idea how this worked out. Some of you might love this, some of you might hate it, but definitely feedback to me. I want to know. I want to know what you think about it. You can drop me an email as hello, what Bitcoin did dot com. I will get Andrew back on the show. I do actually want to do a proper philosophy of money with him, not a therapy session for me. So please do get in touch. Please let me know what you think. All right, apart from that, have a great weekend. I love you all and I'll see you all next week.

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Palmieri, Sorokin lead Islanders in 3-0 win over Rangers

AP News Radio

00:29 sec | Last month

Palmieri, Sorokin lead Islanders in 3-0 win over Rangers

"Kyle Palmer scored twice in Ilya siroc and stopped 41 shots as the islanders beat the rangers three zero to end a three game losing streak Palmeri opened the scoring 8 44 into the second period Enough offense for sirok in his first shutout of the season Cervical handled 17 shots in the first period of his 11th career shutout Josh Bailey also scored in JG pajo had two assists for the three and four aisles Yaroslav halak made 26 saves for the rangers who were O2 into since the three in one start I'm Dave ferry

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Devin Nunes: Merrick Garland Is an Old, Bitter Avatar

The Doug Collins Podcast

02:15 min | Last month

Devin Nunes: Merrick Garland Is an Old, Bitter Avatar

"Looks like now that they are beginning to be people who just look, say, look, this is going way too far. And now you've had Merrick Garland actually say, you know, everything has to go through ledge of flares, nobody can talk to Congress. I mean, it seems like they're holding it together with country time spitting Bailey wire. I mean, 'cause they went so far that even some who will be sympathetic quote company people are saying, wait, wait, wait, there's got to be some balance here. Yeah, Garland, I think, is just an avatar, old guy, old, bitter guy, luckily we were able to stop them from ever becoming appointed to the Supreme Court. Because the Democrats knew exactly what they had on this guy. They knew exactly what he was going to be. He was going to be swayed very, very easily. And that always makes me wonder as to what they have on some of these guys to where the Democrats knew exactly what to do. They put up this guy that was kind of a phony Republican and said, get them, let's get them approved. And luckily, we know he was stopped by the Republican Senate at the time. Now he's just a bitter old man who's not in charge. And I say that he's not in charge because it's clear just by this latest raid where he had stories that say, oh my God, he was in turmoil for two months, not knowing what to do. Well, that's weird because we were told it's nuclear secrets, classified information. Like, what? This is wild that he that he toiled over this for months. Whatever part of that is true, but what we do know is true is that the rate occurred, everybody from at least the right to the center, whatever mainstream media is left that has any sort of moral compass, was saying, what is going on here? We need to hear from the attorney general. Well, he waited and waited a wait at what four days goes out and does a press conference, my guess is that he waited because he was waiting for the corrupt DoJ and FBI people to come with the goods of which they didn't get any goods. We know we know that now because we just saw in recent days they sprinkled out some classified looking documents all over and took a picture on the carpet,

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Patriots bury Browns, Belichick ties Halas with 324th win

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | Last month

Patriots bury Browns, Belichick ties Halas with 324th win

"Bailey zappy throws for 309 yards and two touchdowns to lead the Patriots past the browns 38 15 Zappy through his two scores in the third quarter to help New England extend a four point halftime lead to 18 heading into the fourth and help the Patriots improve to three and three Three phases offense play well Of course there's some things that we can continue to clean up moving on to the weeks but there's a great win for us for sure Wide receiver at taekwon Thornton and running back Andre Stevenson each found the end zone twice for New England Brown's quarterback Jacoby brissett through a pair of interceptions and lost a fumble leading to 17 patriots points as Cleveland fell to three and three I'm Denny cap

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Pound falls after UK bank chief rules out extending help

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | Last month

Pound falls after UK bank chief rules out extending help

"The British pound has sank against the dollar again after senior banker comments Andrew Bailey the governor of the Bank of England has confirmed the banker will not extend an emergency debt buying plan introduced last month to stabilize financial markets The scheme will end on Friday as scheduled on a trip to Washington Bailey told fund managers You've got three days left now You've got to get this done the pound fell almost 1% to just below $1.10 after Bailey spoke before rallying slightly Charles De Ledesma London

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Stevenson, Patriots' D back Zappe in 29-0 win over Lions

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | Last month

Stevenson, Patriots' D back Zappe in 29-0 win over Lions

"The Patriots were winners in Bailey's first NFL start Blanking the lion's 29 zero Zappy fumbled and had an interception but he also completed 17 of 21 passes for 188 yards Defense push a shutout Holland played played really well receivers played well It was a team effort today and it was nice to get to win Raman ray Stevenson rushed for a career best 161 yards and Kyle Duggar returned to fumble 59 yards for a TD Jacoby Myers had 7 receptions for 111 yards and a touchdown Jared Goff was 19 to 35 for 229 yards one interception and a fumble for the one in four lions I'm Dave ferry

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Anne Morse Shares a Brief Synopsis of 'It's a Wonderful Life'

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:24 min | 2 months ago

Anne Morse Shares a Brief Synopsis of 'It's a Wonderful Life'

"Who don't know the plot of it's a wonderful life. What is the shortest version of the plot that you can that you can give? It opens on Christmas Eve with the entire town of Bedford falls, praying for George Bailey, who's in trouble. Although that is not quite identified. And an angel comes down. He sit down to try to help George Bailey, who's considering suicide to see that he's really lived a wonderful life. And then you get the story of his childhood, the fact that he wants to go off to college. And then end up building skyscrapers a hundred stories high and bridges a mile wide. And so on and so on. And his father dies that night, and he has to stay in Bedford falls to run the building and loan, which his father had started. He doesn't have to, but he knows what will happen if he leaves that the meanest man in town or man potters, he's called, will basically be running everybody's life. And not in a good way. And George spends his life trying to keep all man Potter from harming the people. And let's be clear. And shadow of George Soros. And I'm really not kidding. It's fascinating how these classic stories resonate into our own lives.

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Anne Morse on the Personal Significance of 'It's a Wonderful Life'

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:09 min | 2 months ago

Anne Morse on the Personal Significance of 'It's a Wonderful Life'

"What is your history with this film? Because you've gone to the next level. I mean, I love the film, but you go to this, it's a wonderful life. What's it called? Festival. Festival. Yeah. When did this film become that important to you that you just decided to do things like that? When I watch films, there are really good like this. I sometimes try and imagine what happened to them afterwards. What happened to George Bailey after he came back from pottersville that alternate universe did he did he stay satisfied with his life or after a few days did he think, well, you know, yeah, I have my family, but I'm still stuck here and Bedford falls. And I ended up writing a novel that takes place 70 years later, his grandson, who's named after him, has forgotten the lessons of the family. And he is a real estate tycoon in New York, who is not very nice to the poor. He represents he's become Potter is what he's become. And he needs the angel clarence to come back down and straighten his life out the way he did with his grandfather.

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Crosby's FG in OT helps Packers edge Patriots, Zappe 27-24

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 2 months ago

Crosby's FG in OT helps Packers edge Patriots, Zappe 27-24

"New England's third string quarterback Bailey zappy was forced into the game when number two Brian Hoyer suffered a first half concussion and in his debut nearly pulled off a huge upset but the packers beat the patch 27 24 in overtime Aaron Rodgers endured only his fourth career pick 6 in a rough first half of Green Bay 77 yards to set up mason Crosby's 31 yard walk off field goal on the final play of OT Wins win There was an ugly first half good second half But celebrate this and now that schedule gets physically demanding as far as job three and one packers are London bound next week to face the three in one giants patriots dropped to one in three Mark Daniels Green Bay

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Hoskins homers, Phillies end skid in 5-1 win over Nationals

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 2 months ago

Hoskins homers, Phillies end skid in 5-1 win over Nationals

"Rhys Hoskins hit his 30th Homer of the season in the first inning and drove in two runs while Bailey faltered through shutout ball over 6 innings as the Phillies snapped their 5 game losing streak beating the nationals 5 to one Hoskins was happy to see the streak end I think it wore on us Look we're competitive We care We care probably too much at times Like I said in this game you can't dwell on it for too long We have to flush it We continue to win games We're going to be where we want to be The Philly stole 6 bases with JT real Muto stealing three bases giving him 21 steals and 21 homers this season Craig heist Washington

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Clement scores from 2nd on wild pitch, Guardians top Twins

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 2 months ago

Clement scores from 2nd on wild pitch, Guardians top Twins

"The guardians won for the 7th time in 8 games by turning a three zero deficit into a four three decision over the twins Pinch runner Ernie Clement scored the go ahead run from second on a wild pitch in the 8th inning pushing Minnesota 5 games behind Cleveland for the AL central lead The guardians tied it with a three run 7th capped by Ahmed Rosario's two run single The twins didn't score after Jack caves two run Homer in the fourth off Tristan McKenzie Minnesota starter Bailey obery came off the 60 day disabled list and held the guardians to one hit over 5 innings I'm Dave ferry

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Falter, Schwarber help Phillies earn DH split with Mets

AP News Radio

00:27 sec | 3 months ago

Falter, Schwarber help Phillies earn DH split with Mets

"That's in Philadelphia they split another day and I double header game one saw New York school a pair of runs in the 5th and 6th innings It wrote to an 8 two win Seth Lugo picked up the win of relief and game two Alec boom and a two run double to give the fills a leaf for good and a four one win Long day didn't start good and wash it away and come back and get a win Bailey falter picked up the win it was his first of the season Michael luongo Philadelphia

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"bailey" Discussed on Health Babes Podcast

Health Babes Podcast

07:58 min | 4 months ago

"bailey" Discussed on Health Babes Podcast

"Hello, everybody. I just had the sweet doctor Danielle Bailey and we talked about all pelvic floor dysfunction. We talked about Kegel exercises. Are they right? What causes overactive musculature when it comes to overdoing it with these things? She teaches you exactly what she does in practice to assess the pelvic floor. We even got into some of the common symptoms and causes. So please take a listen. I really feel like you're going to enjoy it and thanks Danielle for coming on. All right, so we have Danielle Bailey here. We're going to be talking all about pelvic floor. So why don't we first dive in and talk a little bit about what is the pelvis and what is the pelvic cavity? Yes, absolutely. So the pelvis is basically an area in which it sits between the trunk and your legs. And inside the pelvis, we have the pelvic cavity. So inside the pelvic cavity is the space where we have muscles, we have different organs, like the bladder. We have the uterus. We have part of the rectum in there. And it provides a lot of different functions. And so when we think about the pelvic floor, the pelvic floor is basically the basement in which it supports those internal structures. So it's the bottom part of the pelvic cavity that helps to provide support of these internal organs, provide aid and sexual pleasure. And it also helps to reduce continence or maintain the continents, if you would. So these are the muscles that are important for helping us not to pee and poop on ourselves. And we don't want that. Although it's very common, right? Like I see this all the time with patients and I almost feel like it's made out to be a normal process. Do you feel that way too or see that with clients and your practice? Yes, a lot of them will come in and say, oh, this is just the badge of honor that I'm supposed to receive, you know? Yeah. You know, for some people, if they've had children, but there's oftentimes where clients will come in that have never had children, but have never been pregnant, that will still experience these issues. And so a lot of times, people will come in thinking like this is my norm. This is how it's supposed to be and I'm just supposed to accept it. So what are some of the main functions of the pelvic cavity? Sure. So for one, it's kind of that middle section between the trunk and the legs. So it's important for women if you do decide to have a child or a bear child. It will support inside the uterus is where the baby sits the other important function is for us to be able to urinate and have a bowel movement. So the pelvic floor is responsible for those functions as well. It's also important for sexual pleasure. So for some people that may have struggles with achieving an orgasm during intercourse, we work on how to fully relax the pelvic floor so that you can experience that sexual pleasure. So these are kind of the main functions of the pelvic floor. Yeah, and if let's say someone is thinking, oh my goodness, you know, is my pelvic floor, one of the big issues that I'm having or what type of symptoms will they be dealing with, you know? Yeah. So some people will come in and they'll say, you know, I'm noticing every time I cough and sneeze, I'm waking up myself. What's happening this before? But now every time I cough or sneeze, I'm just peeing on myself. Like, what is this? Yes. I'll have some people that'll come in and they'll actually complain of every time they have a bowel movement, they notice themselves have to wipe and wipe and wipe and wipe in order to get clean. So sometimes there's not enough closure in the anus to prevent stool from seeping out so that could be another problem for people or maybe they've had a bowel movement and then three hours later they notice some smearing on their underwear. So that's also a pelvic floor problem. So yeah, yeah, very common. Some people will complain of pain with intercourse. They say, every time I have sex, it's unbearable. It's just really uncomfortable. I just force my stuff through it because, you know, I want to have this relationship with my partner, and they just muscle through it. And unfortunately, excuse me, that is not a normal thing. You shouldn't have pain with intercourse. I can recount some times with clients that have come in that have that have had this issue for over ten years with their partner. They've never been able to have intercourse. But it's been so painful. And it's sad to see people go through that in which they never knew there's resources out there for them to help resolve this issue. So it's something that's very, very sad and disheartening to see people go through, but the beauty is when they come to pelvic floor therapy and I walk with them through this journey at the end, they're like, I can have sex and it's not painful. It's amazing. Now I can actually try to have a baby because that was a goal for them. So yeah, you don't think about those things, right? That the pelvic floor could be a huge issue when it comes to that, right? So patients suffer in silence, you know, especially when it comes to sex. That's a taboo topic, right? Wouldn't you say? Yes, for themselves. So that's so great. I wouldn't have made that connection even myself with patients. So thank you for that. Yeah. Can we go a little bit more back on incontinence a little bit? So what exactly is it and why does it happen? Sure. So there's several reasons to incontinence. Or several causes incontinence, but I'll talk a little bit about what it is. It's basically an inability to hold in urine or stool. So we can have urinary incontinence where urine actually leads out. Leaks out without your volitional control or it could be with stool as well. So there's fecal incontinence and there's urinary incontinence. And so there's a couple of reasons why it can happen. One, it could be because the muscles are weak. So they're weak and they're not able to support those pelvic floor muscles are not able to support the bladder effectively. And so what happens is when we're supposed to keep everything shut when we're supposed to, we don't. It just leaks out. Yeah. The one problem could be that the muscles are weak and that's what's causing either urine to seep or leak or stool to seep. Another reason why someone can experience incontinence is because of what we call a prolapse or a pelvic organ prolapse. And this is where those internal structures in our pelvic cavity can descend a little bit. And so they're not supported by those muscles. And so oftentimes, for example, if you have a bladder prolapse or that bladder is coming down towards the vaginal opening, people will feel this heaviness or pressure and because there's not that support, you can also have urinary leakage. Another reason why someone can have urinary leakage or incontinence could be because there's extra tension inside the pelvic floor. And that's actually causing issues putting more stress on the bladder and increasing someone's predisposition to having to go more frequently or experience leakage. So it could be a weakness issue, but it could also be a muscle tension issue. If I have all this extra tension inside my pelvic floor, that could be causing the leakage as well. I've even had clients with who've had a C

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Gomes, Smyly help lift Cubs to three-game sweep of Phillies

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 4 months ago

Gomes, Smyly help lift Cubs to three-game sweep of Phillies

"The cubs have a four game winning streak after completing a three game sweep of the Phillies four three The cubs Homer three times as they completed their first three game sweep in Philadelphia since July 2000 Jan Gomes furnished two of the three round trippers and Nelson Velazquez also went deep Drew smiley retired his first 14 batters before Bryson Scott doubled and scored on Alex bohm's single to left It was the only run allowed by smiley who surrendered just four hits over 6 innings David Robertson notched his 14th save in Bailey falter took the laws Garrett Stubbs homeward for the fills I'm Dave

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"bailey" Discussed on The Business of Fashion Podcast

The Business of Fashion Podcast

04:16 min | 4 months ago

"bailey" Discussed on The Business of Fashion Podcast

"What's noteworthy about this week's conversation with Ross Bailey, the founder and CEO of a peer here. There was that drive and there was that ambition, but I think often what limits many of us as we go, what someone else going to think, how am I going to be judged? And I think maybe my parents instilled in me that anything was possible and it was better to give something a go than not try at all. Ross and I recently got to talking over dinner and I knew it was a story I wanted to share with all of you. He did not grow up in a privileged environment. He did not go to prestigious schools. In fact, he didn't go to university at all. But he has built a remarkable company entirely based on physical retail that he steered through the pandemic even when physical retail was completely shut down. I'll hope you'll enjoy this one as much as I did. Here's Ross Bailey on the BOF podcast. Ross Bailey welcome to the bureau of podcast thank you for

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Alcantara spins another gem, Marlins top Mets 2-0 in 10

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 5 months ago

Alcantara spins another gem, Marlins top Mets 2-0 in 10

"The Marlins did their scoring in the tenth inning of a two zero shutout of the mets Ghost runner Billy Hamilton stole third and continued home on catcher Thomas nido's throwing error Luke Williams capped the scoring with an RBI single Bailey was able to steal her get home on a wild throw and then I came up just trying to find a good picture hit and got one and ask for the other huge Sandy Alcantara tossed 7 innings of 6 hit ball He's gone at least 7 frames and 12 consecutive starts The Marlins gained a four game split and cut the mets lead in the NL east to one and a half games over the braves I'm Dave

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Hard-line conservative Reps. Boebert, Miller win primaries

AP News Radio

01:26 min | 5 months ago

Hard-line conservative Reps. Boebert, Miller win primaries

"To have Congress's staunchest conservatives repelled more centrist alternatives to lock up Republican nominations on Tuesday in Colorado one of former president Trump's most Ardent supporters representative Lauren boebert won the nomination in the third congressional district while election denied or Tina Peters lost her bid to become the Republican nominee for Secretary of State to Pam Anderson and a Republican who favors some abortion access Joe O'Day won the Senate primary against a far right candidate in Mississippi a member of Congress who voted to overturn the 2020 election but supported a January 6th the investigation won the Republican runoff in the third congressional district representative Michael guest defeated pro Trump challenger Michael Cassidy in Illinois far right state senator Darren Bailey who got a late endorsement from Trump won the Republican nomination for governor he faces democratic incumbent governor JD pritzker representative Mary Miller a 2020 election denier who has spoken admiringly of Adolf Hitler won her Republican primary and reverend Jesse Jackson's son Jonathan won a 17 candidate democratic primary for an open congressional seat in New York Rudy Giuliani's son Andrew a former Trump White House aide lost the Republican primary for governor to representative Lee zeldin He will take on governor Kathy hochul who won her democratic primary I'm Julie Walker

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"bailey" Discussed on In Fact with Chelsea Clinton

In Fact with Chelsea Clinton

05:21 min | 9 months ago

"bailey" Discussed on In Fact with Chelsea Clinton

"Since we are talking during women's history month, I wonder what role you think the restaurant industry because it is a huge part of our economy really has an ensuring that restaurant owners, chefs are doing their part to support opportunities for women, advancement for women, ultimately equal participation for women. Restaurants and restaurateurs have to be more vocal about what we need. And I think we have to put that on the consumer. We have to put that on the guests. I think we have to be loud about who we are and we have to demand that same thing from our clientele. And I think that that's how we are going to be able to change the status quo of who works in restaurants. And how the people in restaurants are being treated and how they can actually carve out a life for themselves. And that usually is financial, right? That usually is given by support. This is a financial business. This is a for profit business. So in order for us to do the things that we do, we have to charge what we need to charge. The margins and restaurants are really, really small. So we tend to box ourselves in corners because sometimes we can't afford to get equipment fixed. So if we can't afford to get a blender, then we can't afford for our cook to take off so she can go to her kids recital. Like if we can't afford those things. So I think really looking at the numbers and the margins of how restaurants run and filtering that money back into the business to support the staff, I think it's probably what chefs and restaurateurs can do in order to change the lifestyles of how people live in restaurants, especially women. And do you think consumers are more aware now in these COVID times, at least with all of the rhetoric around supporting frontline workers or do you think it hasn't really shifted? I think at the beginning, they were really concerned and very thankful. And I think now it's going back to, well, where's my food and why aren't you open and why does this cost so much? And so I think this is going to be a little bit longer than everyone expected. So we have to be way more kinder, way more generous than we thought we were initially going to have to be in order to rebuild this industry. You shared earlier the statistic of how many chefs there are and only a quarter of women is there a statistic like that or maybe that is the statistic that enrages you in a way to just try to do more or that gives you real optimism that there are more women than there were when you started. You know, it's funny because I'm very empathetic to the lifestyle that we choose and especially being a woman working in this field. It's hard, but I am a champion for women. And I want us to be happy. I know that when I see women in kitchens that they are happy, they're truly chosen the lifestyle that they want to have. And I really wish and want to be an advocate for women not being afraid to come into this industry and ask for what they want. Because they can have all of it. And I think a lot of us look at it and say, well, I can never get married or I can never have children. And that's not true. You can come in and you can have a balanced life and you can do the thing that you love to do. And so I do see a lot more women, especially in the south cooking professionally, and so I just want us to really decrease that gap that there is because we have a lot to bring to the table. Like I said, I think, you know, for a long time, when you want a good meal, you go to a woman to cook it. And if you want to go to a restaurant, then the men are cooking. So what happened? Why aren't we doing it professionally? And I just don't think that we think that there's enough room for us so we can have the lifestyle that we want. And I really want to be an advocate to that we can have the lifestyle that we want. Well, and that you are exhibit a of that. Mashama Bailey, thank you so much for your time today. And I can't wait until we're a little bit further through COVID and hopefully I can have the chance to come eat at the gray. Oh, Chelsea, this was an honor and a pleasure..

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"bailey" Discussed on Revision Path

Revision Path

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"bailey" Discussed on Revision Path

"Churn and more generative and creative and then also connection connecting with my my family and i know that doesn't directly. Answer your question but it. But that's yeah. That's the goal. Well just kind of wrap things up here. Where in our audience find out more about you and about your work and everything online. They can find me on lincoln. So eric bailey. Am i think you'll share some links. There i'm propaganda one the number one on instagram. And then i'm there's propaganda design at propaganda designed dot. Com is the website for propaganda. The yet there's zillow dot com so you can Obviously a connect with zillow and all the all the great things we have therefore folks that are looking for home whether the renting or buying. And let's see. Yeah that's i think that's not a huge digital footprint but those those are the things i keep it to right. Sounds good. Well eric bailey. I wanna thank you just so much coming on show. thank you for. I mean one sharing your story about how you really have kind of become a designer and major way out through in your career but also really sharing how you've been able to kind of balance these parts of yourself whether it's doing propaganda on the side whether you're building your team's sounds like your kind of continually striving to have that sense of balance among like the creative and the professional and the personal aspects of your life and i think that's something that you know all of us listening can really you know learn from so thank you so much for coming on the show i appreciate it maurice my pleasure thank you and i'm really honored yeah just to be a part of illustrious cohort interview so thank you so much big big. Thanks to eric bailey. And of course thanks to.

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"bailey" Discussed on Revision Path

Revision Path

03:05 min | 1 year ago

"bailey" Discussed on Revision Path

"Who had some experience in the financial industry but then later became like world-class somali and now has his own brand of of wines. They're called newton or black sheep wines and his design. I wanna say something similar to what you're doing but he also kind of does these these visual pun sort of designs as well and he has a designed his design studio is called the get fresh crew but fresh is spelled f. r. a. i. c. h. e. like creme fresh and then crew is like cr you as in like a vineyard because he does the wine and he did some actually for people that are listed for you as well if you all want to go to bone. Apetite youtube channel. I know that that has had its own kind of controversy. But if you go to bone apetite youtube channel. He's done a series of videos where he talks about wine and stuff you can kind of get to see his personality and stuff like that but folks want to check him out. I think he's episode like three thirteen or something like that. Andre mack like an. It's in the three ten. What i remember. I kind of tend to remember pretty well. Who does what. When is a weird quirk but folks want to check that episode out. Three thirteen is pretty good. But you're sharing. They're yeah so between like propaganda and the work that you do put zillow and everything. And and even i guess throughout your career. How have you worked to stay your authentic self. Why think propaganda is part of my authentic self right so even in manifesting that one acknowledging. Hey i need to. I need to pay attention to this aspect of my personality into. I need to feed it and i need to make it public and build it around it like that that acknowledging that in myself and i think that's what i would i would as advice. I would give it to everyone right like listening. I do a lot of internal listening. I usually do visiting exercises at least once every two years. And that's the check in with myself on okay. What experiences you wanna be having and what skills do you wanna be. Developing and that and so propaganda is a manifestation. That's like that happened. In order for me to be whole. I think at work a lot of it is around like working from home is was a was a milestone something that i wanted to achieve and and i just had the good fortune of things making that the case like for me going into office commuting for three hours a day or four hours. A day is not sustainable. Even though i've done it for fifteen years right so having a better gracious home in life. 'cause home is the authentic me so integrating that has been that puzzle pieces fall fallen into place. But that's been important. I think also you talked a little bit about the last year in the last two years and not just a.

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"bailey" Discussed on Revision Path

Revision Path

03:44 min | 1 year ago

"bailey" Discussed on Revision Path

"Yeah so. I would say that i mean that's my jam. I love to when someone can use the visual image to break expectation writer to change perception change meaning at just think. It's so brilliant. So yeah he's actually a university of cincinnati alumna. Yeah so he went to my school. He went through my same program. He probably had that same instructor. you know. yeah. I love that is sort of a compendium of work collected there and i actually reached out to him. Maybe a few years ago when i started when i picked propaganda backup. I was compelled to to reach out in and try to meet him. And i think i think we chatted for a little bit through email. But but yeah. That's so interesting you bring that up because that's a really. I think a great northstar from me really impressed with his brother who who was from my neck of the woods basically. I'm going to try to get him on the show. I reached out the him a few years ago. To and i think we were trying to get something going and he was busy at the time. So i'm going to try to pick back up because that is a really good book for folks that are listening. You may be able to find it on like ebay or oetzi. Because i don't even know if it's still in print but i know that there are some copies of it floating around if you're trying to find. Yes yes so. It sounds like having propaganda as that kind of like side project really helped fulfill you as a creative even as you did your your kind kinda regular nine to five work. Yeah i mean i think it was. I became really aware that might fulltime work was not enough for me. To be fully self expressed in be fully self actualized and so and it was only gonna be through doing that work that i would be my whole self and so from that point. It's been a great right. I mean it's hard. You know. Like i said i was compelled to do all i work so i created a lot of work or just and lots of hours. All you know. I'm a fulltime parents and have a fulltime job and and so to do this as well. It was it's a commitment but yet it's definitely it's a part of me has to be expressed otherwise. I'm not. I'm not fully myself and so a lot of it is really not only just i have to create like i wanna have that expensive create because there was a design leader in manager i create so little nowadays right like create success through teams and Design is really people and their careers and so then. It's like we'll but i want. I still wanna make things enough so this gives me ability to do that. I kind of call myself and this works. Sort of on the armchair activists like the person who walks through life knowing that things aren't quite right and just things you know..

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"bailey" Discussed on Revision Path

Revision Path

03:48 min | 1 year ago

"bailey" Discussed on Revision Path

"Like a leah. We'll say layout but then there were people who are technologists right. There are people who are anthropologist. Who were becoming information architects. And so yeah just you know sociologists in cognitive psychologists so that now as a designer you're starting to interact with these people. They're also people with backgrounds in motion design in film design and so they were starting to come together in these at these companies and so that was really interesting was just now interfacing with such a range of creative people whereas graphic designer. You might interact with a photographer. Yay and maybe illustrator. But yeah really interesting. Y- i would say for those of us designers that are probably like forty and up to really see how the entire design community has changed from those early days in the nineties to now has been. It's been really kind of inspiring see. Just how much things have changed. Yeah absolutely and i think that's why also save at User experiences such an amazing is just because it is really on the cusp of that. Moore's law can you'll transformation in in chains right like it's almost as if design is becoming something new and you exit sort of on the forefront of that so the fact it's yeah it's constantly growing and changing so it's a really exciting. It has a continual frontier right as a continual kind of greenfield in front of it. Now even with all the design. Work that you've done over the years you also have kind of your own side business side project. That's called propaganda. how did that come about. That's a great question and great timing for that question because it's sort of your what we're talking about right now. This moment for me was a time when i kind of stopped doing that kind of work so when i was an undergrad i kind of Really short story here. When i was in undergrad my second year in school. I did really well. I hear my second year in school. I started to get really just kind of uninspired really had a hard time understanding how you know kind of this black kid. I'm pretty much. The only one program has one every year in the program really felt isolated in house. Gestalt psychology semiotics. And how are these seeing. We'll have anything to do with me right. The all these kind of western kind of theories and things and so i even had a professor kind of approach me and say you know i had a really hard end of year review and he he pulled me aside and said you know i you know i look around the city i see so many black folks basically and then i look in the program and you're really the only one i would think that you would wanna represent your essentially represent your race right and that was or represent. You raised better. And that was one. He was not black so had no. That's pretty wild. Say jaw dropping kind of like moment for me and from that point on i was. I was singed by that like really burnt by that but we had a project shortly after that where we had to take a word and manipulate it and have it means something else. A typographic study. Something clicked in me. And i and for some reason i chose the word thanksgiving and i started playing with the words. You playing with the letters in the word. And i kind of i started with red letters and i changed one letter to white another letter to white and another one and then started making the red letters disappear and started to stimulate population start thinking.

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"bailey" Discussed on Revision Path

Revision Path

04:12 min | 1 year ago

"bailey" Discussed on Revision Path

"And then i worked at a small Kind of cutting edge design studio in boston so every quarter. I was moving to a city. Finding an apartment and either living with other students are living on my own and had a fulltime job. I mean it was incredible. Wow i don't know if there's really any design programs like that now that really kind of puts you out there as a working designer while you're still in school in that way. I think there are a handful and the other definitely worth tracking down but very much. cincinnati like. Yeah i'll hire any day. Hire someone from cincinnati as an intern or or or fulltime. How was your early career post graduation because it sounds like you've managed to gain a good bit of work experience while still being a student. Yeah so i definitely didn't want to stay in cincinnati. But i came out a came out of high school in ninety so in from ninety. Ninety five wasn't undergrad and in ninety five with from ohio. You kind of you do a few things either. Stay in ohio. You moved to new york atlanta or chicago and so i started applying to jobs in atlanta and chicago had some family in chicago and i actually wound up attending a conference for the organization of black designers. One it was held in chicago and that sort of through that i wound up. I think i wound up landing some contract work in chicago so i went ahead and moved to chicago and then while in chicago attended that conference in that really got me connected to a number of opportunities but that was really pivotal moment for me. The organization of black designers while revision path. Ocd kind of have a. I don't wanna say like a history that makes us out contentious. But like since i've started the show and i've been talking to people. The organization is definitely come up several times. I've tried to david even come on the show but we've had like other pass folks have been on the show..

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"bailey" Discussed on Revision Path

Revision Path

04:10 min | 1 year ago

"bailey" Discussed on Revision Path

"Like who you are who you wanna be. And and that's because of a few things i think one it's really really broad. It's open to so many different kinds of talent so that you know we mentioned content so people that are writers people that are researchers right that are inquisitive and empathetic people that are artists writing people that like to make and create an people that are builders and people that are analytical right and so it just it just so open to the array of skill sets that it. It's it's just it's so welcoming. I think to so many folks left and right brained that. I think it's it's an incredible career. It's one that you know. I started out as a graphic designer. But you axe really is the thing that is multidisciplinary and really yeah. I think it's a really rich field. I think some of the skills that are really become to mind for me. Are you know. There's research their synthesis their storytelling. There's facilitation interaction design. There's services zayn visual design prototyping. Right these are all things that a user experience designer might be asked to do. And that doesn't mean you have to be an expert in all of them but chances are you're going to bias towards one or two of those in. You're going to become an expert so just for some for such a you can have a team that has certainly expertise in any one of these dimensions. Two or three. I think is incredible. And it's kind of interesting. How really says exploded as a field over the past years. Of course you've got general assembly and you've got other types of sort of boot camps and other programs that are really kinda cranking out you x. Designers into the industry at the same time as a design industry has gotten more kind of lockstep.

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"bailey" Discussed on Revision Path

Revision Path

05:26 min | 1 year ago

"bailey" Discussed on Revision Path

"Myself as part of a group of peers by partner with other product. Managers and engineers and folks that are cross functional. And so i do what i can to create somewhat of a culture there man that i have my my working teams and my team of designers and design managers with in terms a design design managers. Some important things are maintaining my one on one. So i've weekly ones without my direct reports might have to kind of team. They're not critiques. They're really focused on. Having the team share their work at earlier stages to get coaching. So it's less about giving direction and telling someone to you know make it blue instead of green and more focused on changing the arca. They're thinking so pressure testing their strategy. And the questions are asking and the answers. They're coming up with so those. I would say to review meetings where leaders are giving feedback to the design team and then there are a monthly meetings so we have a team monthly meeting that. And that's really been. We've opened. That up is open format to make it. You know we let folks from the team lead it and so there'll be some volunteer and sometimes they're workshop sometimes. They're they're about learning sometimes. They're about problem solving sometimes. They're about bonding or connecting. But there could be a range of things but really the meeting is sort of the is the operating system right or the level you have to to create culture and i mentioned that other team in the other team. Is you know those cross functional peers. In a lot of what. I try to do. There is really break the frame of our of your standard meeting format like i really try to make when i'm leading meetings. I'm trying to make them interactive and make them conversations are really. I want them to be generative so a lot of times. I'm i'm asking people to use the right side of their brains. You know folks that aren't necessarily used to do a net so giving them really solid like provocations and asking them to think big with real big sort of both..

"bailey" Discussed on Revision Path

Revision Path

04:38 min | 1 year ago

"bailey" Discussed on Revision Path

"Let's start the show all right so tell us who you are and what you do what. My name's eric bailey. And i mean design lied. I lied eighteen of designers at a company called zillow. And i'm also a graphic artist..

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"bailey" Discussed on Revision Path

Revision Path

03:03 min | 1 year ago

"bailey" Discussed on Revision Path

"Are you looking for a new job. Are you hiring but can't find diverse talented candidates. Then we have something that can help our job board head on over to revision path dot com forward slash jobs to browse listings or to. Play your own this week on the job. Board study dot com is looking for a u. x. designer this position is located in mountain view california and work in co is looking for a senior developer in portland oregon and a senior. Qa analysts in brooklyn new york for just ninety nine dollars we will feature. You're listing on our job board for thirty days and help spread the word about the audience of listeners. We also offer an annual job boards subscription for companies and organizations. Make sure to head over to revision path dot com forward slash jobs for more information on these listings. Apply today and tell them you heard about the job. Revision path get started with us and expand your job search today. Revision path dot com forward slash. Jobs you're listening to the revision. Pat podcast a weekly showcase of the world's black graphic designers web designers and web developers through in-depth interviews. You'll learn about work. Their goals and what inspires them as creative individuals..

"bailey" Discussed on Krypton Report: The Supergirl Podcast

Krypton Report: The Supergirl Podcast

07:48 min | 1 year ago

"bailey" Discussed on Krypton Report: The Supergirl Podcast

"Like superman lives as it was called that that were put into pre production. And there's a great documentary. Whatever happened to the death of superman. I highly recommend all i. I love that. I actually sized to meet josh nap shortly before his passing Good i'm glad i can. What was weird was from everyone who i had ever to said. They met him and seeing him. He's always more fun loving. And when i met him he was so quiet and so kind of out of it gave me a sense that something was off. You know. i really would've liked to have got to talk to him morning gauge. And but you could tell like something fell off and then like i wanna say month or two later was his passing and now it's like. Wow so that's what he was battling going through. Yes steve unison. I got the interview him when we were doing radio. Koa live the radio version of it. Used to listen to that We had him on twice and He's really nice. Guy like super approachable. really funny boy did he. Not like any of the fantastic four films but you know when but it's kind of funny that when you eat your your for you mentioned like superman fan of in general it was really weird to watch From like from the early two thousands until like twenty thirteen. You had this like weird schism small fans. And they're the chris reeve fans and the comic book fans never really made much of an imprint in on the culture on the internet It's kind of funny. When i think about it that it's always like one of the media versions that seems to like lead a fan group. Online and the smallville fans and the traditional superman fans did not get along. There was arguing in message boards which sounds so petty and it was. But you know you look today. It seems kind of quaint. Because it's not like you. You went to like everybody was on the message board. It's always say that the difference between early two thousands internet culture and especially when it comes to superhero characters and now is that back. Then you had to find a site you had to create an account you had to log in and he had to kind of keep up with it whereas now it's all on the public square and you just kind scrolling through germany sperling through twitter through facebook better And now everyone's part of the conversation and it just it just makes everything a little more complicated sometimes more negative sometimes positive but But i remember that shift right around the time in two thousand thirteen when ministerial came out and his whole new group of fans emerged and the old fans just pounded them really like like i literally the weekend man of steel came out at a at a friend visit so we could go see it and i'm watching the saturday after the saturday of the weekend came out and i'm watching these meltdowns happening online where people are just losing their minds and getting into arguments and just tearing into each other and i'm just like y'all everybody needs to kinda calm down and then you gotta get caught up in it but i remember being really on the side of the man of steel people mainly because i think everybody was being really unfair to them. Yeah and it's weird because you're talking about this fanta mentally. They put their pockets. You know like you have your movie. Version your version and i mean it. It still baffles me. That superman itself has been more successful as a tv character compared to like theatrical character. You know. I feel like just stories. In general batman leans better to being tv character. But we've never had a batman television series since sixty six compared to superman who's had eventually the man super boy. If you want to count smallville lois and clark and superman and lois. It's pretty interesting. And i think i'm wondering if that's because superman benefits from long form storytelling more than more than than a movie version. Because i remember. I keep saying i remember when manziel was going out and jimmy allston wasn't a part of it and then there was that five minutes. They thought it was going to be jenny. Olson because one of the production like the making of books came out. And there is like a kerfuffle over that but they're like jimmy olsen's not going to be in it and i remember thinking of time ago. You don't really need it. And you know like you know to quote michael shannon film harris safe from but but to me when you're when you're when you're talking about a movie where you have two and a half to three two sometimes four hours to tell us sorry you don't have a lot of real estate to take up with side characters. You've really got a unless they're really integral to the plot. And when you look at the chris. Rock films mark mcclure place Played jimmy olsen in all four of the films and it supergirl and in the first movie he was given a lot to do and that kind of diminished as the movies went on it was just like he was there because he needed to be there. But there are points in all of those films if you had removed jimmy completely. Not that i want them to. 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"bailey" Discussed on Dyking Out - a Lesbian and LGBTQ Podcast for Everyone!

Dyking Out - a Lesbian and LGBTQ Podcast for Everyone!

04:09 min | 1 year ago

"bailey" Discussed on Dyking Out - a Lesbian and LGBTQ Podcast for Everyone!

"On instagram amazing. Well bailey thank you so much for taking out with us today. Thank you so much for having me i. You faily melody. Are you making a list of things to barter to get bailey to do your hair. Because i'm already like what can i offer. I know probably just money gets actually. Just money is probably all at this point in bailey's career. I think she no longer wants to barter for. She wouldn't want me to give her a tattoo. No yeah and she wouldn't want me to scream jokes hurt. Like what do i do. I have any skills. I'm spiraling. Let's get to the listener question. Okay oh this is fun. I have a newer friend that i've had a crush on since i met her a huge crush melody huge crush. Did i not say huge. You just had a crush. My differentiate makes a huge difference. Yeah because we all know those crushes and for me. That's any person i mean. And that's your cue cuge crushes. Yeah this is one. That's very on the mind okay. She knows that. I'm by but she has made it clear that she's not interested in girls whatsoever so i've never told her about the crush. Our friend group recently went to a bar and she got wasted and was dancing all over me shoving her ass to work on me. To work is in quotes. I i love the little detail. I love dancing silly and slutty with my friends and would be okay with it if it didn't have a crush on her but this feels different slash unfair. Because i do since. She said that she doesn't like girls. I'm trusting that this is completely platonic and nothing more. I don't want it to happen again. But i also don't wanna make a big deal out of it. Is there anything i should say or do. What a great question. Because i feel like many of our listeners have been in a similar scenario because straight girls are known for these shenanigans that are boldly stating they could never with another woman right and then putting their on your vulva like bats or whatever you got going on. They will do that. And what does it mean you know. If when she says she's made it clear that she's not interested in girls whatsoever. I i thought doth protest too much. Because i don't have many friends who've made it clear that they're not into girls who twenty twenty one right and i feel like if someone has to go out of the way to state that it means that maybe they davey down and they're scared by it and when they get wasted they find their friend who does like girls and think maybe i can work on them and see how it makes me feel. She is just danced in her way up that kinsey scale and she's got to be able to confront it when she sober. Yes so that's a good question. What do you do in this situation. Because she was wasted and also by the fact that she has stated that she's not interested in girls whatsoever. That if you say anything about it she might have. you know. One of those dramatic photo freak outs where she's making it a bigger deal than it really. Is you know what i'm talking about. Yeah yeah she'll be like. I can't believe you would even think that no whatever maybe i would say. Maybe it doesn't need to be addressed but if it starts happening again yeah stop it in the moment and be like..

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"bailey" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett

On Being with Krista Tippett

07:08 min | 1 year ago

"bailey" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett

"Krista tippett and this is on being today exploring belonging and healing in the world ahead in cross generational friendship with reverend dan bailey You've been in a dialogue with An-and relationship with civil rights elders. And we've been in relationship with some of the same ones ruby sales. I mean the rights movement of course had this incredible spiritual ground but the thrust of those movements in the sixties and seventies was the accomplishments that we look back on wor secular. Right they were. They were the passage of laws. And i feel like even that generation of civil rights leaders where people of their time right and so there was really this faith. And i think that's i think that's an accurate word that if you change the laws you would change the society and and also i've heard so many stories and i'm sure you have to have the spiritual depletion that came after those years of the peak of the movements and when i watched you and your I actually do like this cold war your comrades your your community I feel like you are really offering a corrective whether you're just kind of were born knowing this or whether it was passed on consciously you're picking up that experience and of course there was so much good that came in those communities and in those people and in those movements. It's kind of like what you said to me a minute ago. About how will the kids. How other people coming after you both push back on and improve on what you're doing and i actually see you doing that. So beautifully anonymous spirit of we're gonna get this better but actually in a spirit of reverence for those elders and all that was carried and all that was created and a sort of insisting that while the work is important the exhaustion is cannot cannot be expected. Kent cannot be necessary. Think it's a he. We carry a great deal of reverence for elders and enough respect for them to see them as the complete human beings they are. I think there's this way in which we talk about relationships with elders we sort of default to almost like this elevations sainthood of elders. That really does a disservice to seeing fall humanity. Nfl where they got it wrong or the spaces where we might push them a little bit further and their thinking around around issues that they just hadn't considered and i think part of what i have been reflecting on lately spat. Those elders from the southern freedom movement were able to diagnose the the issues and challenges before them with the tools they had in just in the same way that medical technology has advanced dramatically over the past fifty or sixty years. So too i think our lens towards evaluating what's at the heart of the challenges before us that the heart of these moments of rupture In the possibility of repair the technologies are simply different and so the viewpoints different and so it may be that we are looking at the same long term disease but that we have a new set of tools to evaluate some of the symptoms. And so as they think about the relationships that i have been able to forge with elders. Both within my faith tradition and outside friendships. That i've been able to form their suspend. This great deal of acknowledgment when you ask people and see them as human rate in and ask them the deep questions and probing and pushing a deeply respectable way of the places where folks feel like. They got it wrong or they couldn't quite see because they just didn't have the the the lens to see. Until i think this pattern a of the need for rest and renewal in community in care and pause Not as a way of deflecting from the challenges before us but as as an integral part of the work of what it means to stay in it. Because i think they did see what burn out dead even though they might not have called it. Burn out at the time they did see the limitations of the tools that they had and they exhaustion and the attacks right the addiction. That emerged out of stasis because there just weren't the same type of tools to cope remember. John lewis sancta me week. We created the beloved community among ourselves. Right within the movement we were the beloved community And that was also cross racial community. I really do believe that as you say with the tools with also just the things starting understand about how our brains work. I mean you know that. Equation of change law changed. The society does not contain a sophisticated understanding of the human condition or what we know from neuroscience. Now i mean how do you really change habits. And and how much were walking around with its unreflected. That's on self conscious. They didn't know that. And i really feel like the audacious Possibility of this century again. Like you know at best. You will stand on my shoulders every once in a while and i won't see it. I won't get there but is actually for creating the beloved community. I mean that's the question right. That's the theological way to say. I think you started this conversation with our belonging and let's call it beloved community and so they had the language and they started it. Yes and we have other ways to get there you do. Yes yes. And i can hear the the next the practice limit here who would say wow are having such a a pollyannaish conversation about beloved community you now. That white supremacy is on the rise and don't eat out x. y. and z. And i hear that and to this folks..

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"bailey" Discussed on Technically 200

Technically 200

07:45 min | 1 year ago

"bailey" Discussed on Technically 200

"Years and i finished Johnson nineteen. I wanted to be happy and have a good work life balance so i had met some people that were content hussein taffy and to have good work life balances and i decided to coding bootcamp side to that. And then i worked as a teaching fellow at that bootcam- while interviewed. He got a job at the january twenty. Starting in march of two thousand twenty working on march seventeenth twenty twenty. I was finally there. I wrote on boarding. They're they're really great and they're still great and i got promoted promoted. Are you sick. Software engineer engineer your two now so for engineering to shop. Yes season one episode five. You need to listen to nevada. Bailey's story so i think what was really like on spiring from that episode and then also just i mean again i i know you joe now but the fact that like you all seem to be would you say it's fair to characterize booth as not risk averse Yeah i mean. Definitely i think risk. I don't know i don't really like what is really like i'd be like a mom. Made us feel like things would work out. You know like and that makes you able to be brave and do things so you know like i wasn't happy in my job as a designer so i quit it. I didn't really have like another plan. I work as a barista for minimum wage in california And then eventually moved back to new york and decided to go to paramedic school you know and then turns out that doesn't pay well But i really like the job. So i also wanted to buy a house at some point so i had to make a plan to have more money and so You know. I don't yet but like sunday. Well i definitely do not have any more lake have way less money now after all that and no house so the so the bachelor degree does not translate to having a house now when you go into like one of the top institutions in the country. And you have to pay for it. Which loans knives. Maybe it will like. I don't know for me doing your now working as an engineer. And then you know. I would have a house by now for sure but i didn't and went to medical and went to one of the most expensive medical schools in the country and had to paper that well. When does it pay off. Because that's i mean that's a pretty common and i do have a. I do want to circle back to the brewery. But i think that's a common misconception that people have about doctors a lot of money. Yeah so when when lebron eventually yeah so that it's when you're done with your training and but the whole thing is that in the meat so you make money not a lot but you make money as a resident is a job and you make money as a fellow you get a like definitely livable wage. I am not struggling at all that my days of meeting to eat rahman are over. I just like it. And so i still eat it but I have i have student loans for medical school however doctors are great investments. And so people wanna give us mortgages and car loans and like all kinds of credit cards and all kinds of stuff because they know that first of all we signed contracts so like. We're gonna finish training barring some catastrophe and then when we finish training where i make more money. So we're you know all these businesses that think that we're going to spend money with them if they invest in us when we're not making that much money. They hope that will give them more money when we have it. And so you still can like you know. I still had a mortgage during residency. Did by place and you know. I had a car. Had car payments like functioned as regular adult that like had a salary and could buy things But i'm not sleeping on a mattress of money like many people think doctors do. I don't necessarily think that will ever happen But i'll definitely make probably like. I know four or five times more than making now in the year and a half just like in year and a half yet job. Yep does all of a sudden. So what i wanted to focus on the fact that you won't you mentioned bravery yourself and you know the the risk the the risk friendliness or the bravery that you all have like does that come from and how are you able to. How are you thinking about in particular eugene. Because i know you said no antonio's fourteen months old but thinking about how you're going to instill that in instill that in your your children. I feel like by example like our mom always made us feel like we can do whatever we set our minds to do and we have done that because she did it. Like a small town in west virginia and she wanted to get away from there to go to college and she did dementia like on her own. Yeah like it was. Her parents needed repairs at a college education and she went to offer phd. So i that's cool. And then she was like i'm gonna live in new york city which is not an easy city to live in and she did that. Do do you all think You know we are almost a year from george floyd staff almost a year. What do you think has changed. I am in Hospitals and the inertia of this of the professional healthcare field is really difficult to overcome. There's there are definitely Efforts by my various employers over the past few years to change the culture. But like there's more are. I don't know there's different issues. Different pressing issues in the obviously like our immediate worlds like pandemic or like taking care of sick people or whatever it is that you're doing as a specialty so i think it's hard for me to see what's changing in the world because i'm so surround unlike in this bubble and i spent so much time in this bubble that it's hard to even know like what's happening in the news. I was just trying to read about what's happening in israel and palestine and it's like hard to keep up with like things that changed day to day when it's groundhog day over here. You know like and. I spent so many hours in the hospital. It's hard to keep track of what's going on and outside world so Things have changed here like things have changed in the hospital Were told like not to make any mandatory meetings on june team by email. And i was like whoa. It's not a national holiday. But like that school the recognizing it as an day. That's into some of its employees. And you know. I'm at academic institution so i.

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