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"barbaro" Discussed on Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

02:33 min | 4 months ago

"barbaro" Discussed on Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

"The things that we internalize our so you know like the most loving well-meaning at mike generous parents ever and still i picked up on these little things where i was like. My mom's only ever told me. I have a perfect like my body's perfect. There's nothing wrong with me. But i see her dieting. And i'm like well there must be something. The grownups aren't telling me and so really kind of unpacking my own story for my own benefit of like. How did i get to wear a got. And i can spoiler alert. Where i got was developing really obsessive food thoughts and body thoughts and you know i basically had an eating disorder without realizing it Which i thought was also important to go into because that's so common. Because of how disordered eating is normalized in the western world and dia culture makes it so that it's not weird. If somebody council their calories and has food at the forefront of their mind and you know it's all these normal things like. I thought that i was like. Oh this is what hot people think about all the time right like there's no reason why people just be like conventionally hot without thinking about and which is hilarious because everbod. It's hot like it's like. Oh you're just an erotic beaten by being it a human body. But that's neither here nor there i mean it is it's here and there a giant so basically nice for me to be able to unpack some this because i'm like. How did this happen. And then eventually. I developed a full-blown what i considered an eating disorder with bulimia and with that even though i had had disordered eating behaviors before that time that was the first thing that for me registered as like. This is not okay Even though it wasn't an overnight fix of course like that's probably one of the biggest tenants of this journey that i went on in the story that i tell it slake. I'm not holding anything. I'm not like oh and then i recovered like there's not. I don't even think the end of the book is like and now i'm perfectly allied okay. This is an evolution of how i relate to myself. And that's what i want to communicate to

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Breaking Free of the Invisible Cage of Body Obsession With Katie Barbaro

Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

02:33 min | 4 months ago

Breaking Free of the Invisible Cage of Body Obsession With Katie Barbaro

"The things that we internalize our so you know like the most loving well-meaning at mike generous parents ever and still i picked up on these little things where i was like. My mom's only ever told me. I have a perfect like my body's perfect. There's nothing wrong with me. But i see her dieting. And i'm like well there must be something. The grownups aren't telling me and so really kind of unpacking my own story for my own benefit of like. How did i get to wear a got. And i can spoiler alert. Where i got was developing really obsessive food thoughts and body thoughts and you know i basically had an eating disorder without realizing it Which i thought was also important to go into because that's so common. Because of how disordered eating is normalized in the western world and dia culture makes it so that it's not weird. If somebody council their calories and has food at the forefront of their mind and you know it's all these normal things like. I thought that i was like. Oh this is what hot people think about all the time right like there's no reason why people just be like conventionally hot without thinking about and which is hilarious because everbod. It's hot like it's like. Oh you're just an erotic beaten by being it a human body. But that's neither here nor there i mean it is it's here and there a giant so basically nice for me to be able to unpack some this because i'm like. How did this happen. And then eventually. I developed a full-blown what i considered an eating disorder with bulimia and with that even though i had had disordered eating behaviors before that time that was the first thing that for me registered as like. This is not okay Even though it wasn't an overnight fix of course like that's probably one of the biggest tenants of this journey that i went on in the story that i tell it slake. I'm not holding anything. I'm not like oh and then i recovered like there's not. I don't even think the end of the book is like and now i'm perfectly allied okay. This is an evolution of how i relate to myself. And that's what i want to communicate to

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"barbaro" Discussed on Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

03:45 min | 4 months ago

"barbaro" Discussed on Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

"Image higher self esteem and confidence will show you how in the body image audit check it out at bit. Dot lee board slashed the body image audit link is also in the show notes. Today we have katie barbaro on the podcast today. And we're so excited to have you on katie. Thank you so much for joining us. Thank you for having me graphic novel right legs of how you would identify it as a graphic novel. That's totally accurate. I keep saying it's weird category. I'll say look cartoon-based memoirs whatever you wanna call it there. We're gonna talk about but before we talk about your new book that up. We would love to talk to you about. How did you as a comedian. Life coach occupational therapist and up writing a book about die culture freedom. Oh great question That that's the million dollar question is this. How did this become my life Yeah i guess you know it's interesting how these different hats that we wear in life lake. They're all these external definitions of ourselves right as like i'm a. I'm a stand up comedian. I'm an occupational therapist. And whatever else. I identify with publicly. But the real truth of our being is what's going on inside and i my recovery journey is really gave me my life so my yeah like i kind of naturally love to connect with people and express myself and be you know it's kind of my comedian tendencies to communicate via comic strip or something like this but About something that really matters and feels foundational to my being just felt like the right thing to do More than painting a picture of like what. I am on the outside. It's like hey this is the real. This is what my real life is behind the scenes. I think that's also a lot in this book. You talk about the different identities that you've had over the years right and we've talked a lot about on the podcast. How like this this identity that we can kind of Morph into or accumulate over. The years could be like the fit friend or the one who cares about their health or like this person who has these disordered eating tendencies and it seems like even through all these. Let's say more externally focused identities that you had that you showed the world until you feel like. I never want to say like you got there because there's never there right but there was this through line through all of these different life changes that you were having we were still you know like going back to this place of trying figure out our relationship with food and trying to figure out your body all at the same time and that is the one journey that really kind of like manifested into this book. Definitely yes it. Was this like inner journey. That was happening in really. It was like a journey from out of alignment to into alignment. So there's no definite. There's no destination of course like you said. But there is flow incoherent. That's possible in life and it comes from this like in writing the way of what's really happening. Which was the last thing i wanted to do was the disordered eating held that exists.

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"barbaro" Discussed on Dan Churchill's The Epic Table

Dan Churchill's The Epic Table

03:08 min | 9 months ago

"barbaro" Discussed on Dan Churchill's The Epic Table

"Around the world have an amazing book. Mazarine diabetes that. I've read twice taking notes so plays if you feel compelled. Definitely get book. I talk about a lot and all that can be found in the shirts as well and of course. If you want to continue to support this podcast lever of you. Wherever you listen to your podcast on apple you can lock it. In review rod comment four five star. Whatever you wanted a and of course if you think someone in your network is going to benefit from today's episode definitely share with them on instagram. All share your existing network in general we love to share it and the boys do to. You can definitely follow the handles. So i'm excited to kick things off of this episode. I think it's an exactly in the wheelhouse of awesome community that you guys and please continue rate chat with any asks on these topics. We're going to cover a lot of carbohydrate and diabetic questions. This week. I saw welcome to their first episode of the epidemic podcast for twenty twenty one and rubbing siris boys. Let's get cooking robby Welcome to the epic table podcast. My friends it's great to be here banks and can't wait to get get in depth with some really cool conversation here today absolutely now. This is interesting. I've never had to other people on the podcast at once via technology. So i'm not gonna have a buzza site. I just trust you mitchell. Gentlemen to be added like ants. This person u2 The o'hara is say masters behind massine diabetes. It doesn't make as much of an impact. You are the geniuses behind mastering dawkins that as such a great book man. Such a great book man. Who is that. Who who who book names. Actually robbie was the one who came up with the with the business name. Mastering diabetes and book name. So i'm gonna give him full credit for that. Tassie that branding a win. It's right there. Takeover offer seo possibilities teamwork. Dan jack as subtitle shows like the key is that we're talking about addressing all forms of diabetes. That's why the were mastering is key because you don't necessarily reverse type one point five but you certainly can't master it and get it under control and avoid the complications. I love where you have credit segue when we already rubbing you know this. This is what i'm gonna do my listeners. I'm sure we'll have a good foundation of diabetes. Gentlemen let's let's lay. The let's go award is taught one was one point five. It's tough to prediabetes. Let's lay the foundation just so everyone stands where he's for those people who may not may think they do but about to mind mind-blowing let's go forward bom. Let's start the mind right now. Okay here we go. There's many different forms of diabetes. Type one one point. Five prediabetes.

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"barbaro" Discussed on Dan Churchill's The Epic Table

Dan Churchill's The Epic Table

02:52 min | 9 months ago

"barbaro" Discussed on Dan Churchill's The Epic Table

"Hello my friends of the epic title community and welcome to twenty twenty one a year. Such promise excitements. We turn that page and we shall not name your twenty twenty. Because i think we all learned something from it all avenue she. I'm excited. I know you. Allies toddler years. What we focus on a healthy more specifically may have set some goals as always. I'm here to help. facilitate talk. everything where it comes. To recipes fitness human physiology food applies to it. So please do not be afraid to reach out to the payment. I hear for on top of that. This wake of jump back in the kitchen with excitement. Delivering you guys. Those recipes. Keep talking about those tips those hacks and of course more expert podcast guests and let me say thank you to everyone listening in. We had such a phenomenal growth in twenty twenty that in twenty twenty one we have had people reach out to us with prolific expertise well known individuals and just a blessing tonight that this podcast has grown so much that people want to be honest Of all walks of life. Say thank you to everyone. Listen that could not be possible without you so yes. Speak side of the guests. We have in store be excited for the topics that we cover. And how you ask and continue to learn about your human performance on pumped and let's begin with our first episode of twenty twenty one on a topic. I think he's so important. I understand whether or not we succumb from the symptoms itself. Today we have in the short robby and cyrus of mastering diabetes and we are talking how to reverse diabetes. These gentlemen are as charismatic as they come. It makes sense that dr be juice them to me much. All four of us in a room gathered. Sir batu batu here to be some form of funding and tell you that mosh now. What i love about this episode if you have diabetes each gripe for you if you do not have diabetes is also right for you because we learn about what happens with insulin. How your work goes on. With the beta cells will beta cells off and ultimately. I think this is such an awesome opportunity for us to learn about something that can help. Prevent the onset of god babies whether or not we have on dosa helps us learn more about how we can make out food choices. What's good for us is fat actually bad for us or is it good for us Carbohydrates leading or not leading to diabetes. All these questions we talk about in today's episode and one that i think everyone is just going to walk. Why going a honey to ask more bit because of that. Don't worry i've more questions ask for these two gentlemen. This program is from helped. Thousands of.

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Questions asked of the New York Times after Caliphate

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01:10 min | 9 months ago

Questions asked of the New York Times after Caliphate

"If the new york times gets any journalism wronged executive editor should talk about it answer for it and should have as his job to convince people that will being transparent open about it. Thanks growing criticism of the new york. Times is michael barbaro. After the newspapers discredited caliphate podcast barbaro conducted that interview about the show including examining the actions of its executive producer. Lisa tobin however barbaro was not as transparent as he might have been. He didn't disclose tobin is his fiancee. This is in contravention of the new york. Times editorial standards which prohibits start reporting on people with whom they have close personal relationships. Barbara has also reportedly told other journalists at the newspaper. Not criticize the podcast. While some point out that while caliphate reporter rukmini catenaccio was made to publicly apologize and forced to move to a different area. The podcast producer and reporter. Andy mills he made the podcast and accepted. Its peabody award was hosting the daily this week on twitter. Barbaro appears to be blocking those criticizing. The decision

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"barbaro" Discussed on Growth Experts with Dennis Brown

Growth Experts with Dennis Brown

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"barbaro" Discussed on Growth Experts with Dennis Brown

"Those commerce those customers 'cause you're having real life conversations with not just prospects or network, but actual people that are paying you and. Expecting you to deliver. So those first few customers in any business are always super exciting and those are the customers that if you listen and you pay attention, you can learn the most from to parlay one customer into five customers into fifty customers, right? So yeah, I think that's a really important state. So awesome that's number four. What's number five number five? Is is in the real estate space buying your next few deals like you said, Dennis may be when you when you're out there and other business acquiring more customers, it's all about the fulfillment. Now it's time to fulfill in your product. Right? You're going through your customer journey and you're getting more you're signing where people up you're buying more deals all of. A sudden for us we hired our resident managers. We didn't have enough of a portfolio to say, okay, we're gonNA hire full time. It's like in the between phase you're not big enough to start scaling up but you're working out you W job and it's like, okay I need a little bit more money to quit not there yet. It's uncomfortable because you. See the light at the end of the tunnel. The light is there, but you like a long way to go I mean only got a of deals here. So for us all the sudden, we started dedicating more time to real estate and we started hating our jobs even more because it's like that I can taste it. I can see it but it's okay. This is a fun phase because like everything is new you still in your, you don't have those limiting beliefs as much as you do when you start getting into a job and it's it's really positive I. really enjoyed this phase what I ended up doing at the restaurant I said to myself and this is where entrepreneurs I think a lot of them get it wrong they to the INSTAGRAM era may say you've got to quit your job. You've got to burn the ships you gotta go fulltime I didn't do that I had six kids I couldn't just leave the restaurant leave my brother. Hanging in the wind I had sixty units myself October of two, thousand, Fifteen, I'm GonNa Leave Real Restaurant during the week I'm working in real estate Monday through Friday I'm.

"barbaro" Discussed on Growth Experts with Dennis Brown

Growth Experts with Dennis Brown

06:51 min | 1 year ago

"barbaro" Discussed on Growth Experts with Dennis Brown

"In the game because you know when you get something for free, don't value when you spend money and you start listening to people and finding people who are successful success leaves clues, find the people you want to follow following them in for me I found a couple of mentors in real estate space and it was it was a huge help from US massive massive education for me. I love this and here's why because I've already admitted to my audience many times I'm probably not the smartest guy makes and I rarely want to be the smartest guy in the room but here's what I'm really good at. Here's one thing I'm passionate about learning I love to learn and so so what happens when I get interested in something whether it's a business idea or it's a hobby or whatever it is I literally throw myself head first into it and I just immersed myself I read. Every book I had talked to every person who's an expert I hire people. If that's the direction, we're going to two full time and accelerate the learning curve, and so I totally agree in when I get questioned a lot of people say dentist you know, Hey, you've done over two hundred dollars is an entrepreneur got all these successful busy vetted multiple accidents. Now say what's the secret six asked the secret if there is a secret, there is no secret but if there was one, it's being lifelong student. And, investing in learning personally I've invested well over a hundred thousand dollars in personal development for myself over a twenty five year career not to say that everybody has to do that. But for me I did it. You know and look at the results, the results and Ben huge return on investment and it sounds to me like you have a similar mindset. Yeah. I'd like to answer that done is better than perfect. Just done is better than perfect. This is the point where you just gotTa. Get in. You gotta get a you gotta get your hands dirty and look at everyone who's successful out there whether it's tiger woods whether it's Tony Robbins they all have coaches they all have mentors because Tony Robbins you know anything about business. He was all about personal development. How do you think he scaled the business? He learned from someone also if he can hire coaches and learn you think Denison Gino can do that I think. So yeah for sure hundred percent. All right. So number two was massive education number three. Threes all taking Action Education Times action equals results in any space. We truly believe that. So I'll give you couple action steps that we do in in in real estate, and then I can transition it into action steps that I did with Marilyn cub businesses the first one with real estate networking. You GotTa go to events you gotta start partnering with people whether it's a meet up whether you're talking. On podcast, you just have to go out there and start meeting people. Second thing we have to figure out a market selection, where are you investing your money selecting market? Right. The next one is underwriting deals learn how to analyze these deals, go to classes and learn how to do that. The next one robbery torch. You need to go look at properties you need to go out there in this space. Right, now when you're doing action, you need to start identifying with the person you want to become. If you want to become a computer guy you better identifying as a computer person if you start becoming a multifamily, you need to start identifying as a multifamily investor and this for me was difficult 'cause I was still stuck in the W. Two slash small business of being restaurant owner at a pizza guy. Add the sauce stains in thinking I, don't really feel like a multifamily investor, but once I started identifying and how did they do that? We actually started a podcast we wrote a book we started buying deals. That's how he start identifying by taking those actions that typical multifamily real estate investor does. So look at the niche that urine look at the business at urine you need some identifying as the person. In that business star quitting an offers and this is really gonNA get rejections and it's Ok with rejections because like I said, Don, is better than perfect and also commit and then figure it out. That's an another quality of an entrepreneur of a multifamily investor. You can eat commit to it, and then you will figure it out with that nasty with that hard work and with the clarity of knowing. Why you're doing something, those actions will become easier and easier. Yeah. There's an old saying if you wait for all the lights to turn green before he had to work in the morning, you're always going to be late, right so education is important but they'll come a point where you have your spending too much time. So educate yourself and then put yourself put a deadline they're keep yourself accountable to actually. Start taking action I think that's great advice. A number three was take action number four goal for the real estate space number four is biographers deal for me number four when I started. Gino's family was a nice little education company that first one is maybe sell your first copy of your book or Sell Your First Micros whatever it is that I that I thought were like, wow, this can be a. Real. Business I'm starting to monetize in for us that I deal we bought eighteen months. So multifamily real estate the runways a lot longer for anyone out there who's selling education on space it can be a lot quicker but for me jake buying that I deal eighteen months was tough but we bought that I deal and we looked at our space as landlord ing right and I think that's a of. Small Business owners do they don't look at as a business they look at it as more of a job like when I was the restaurant I id look at as the e myth as trying to build a business I'm like, wow, I bought my first deal I'm in let me start getting cash flow and would care about any benefits because I don't know what any of the benefits are. I'm just making a little bit of money here. You're not thinking outside the box you're just thinking small right now but you need this you. Need to step right now because is a saying in real estate you either by zero deals are you buy multiple deals you don't just buy one deal and once you buy that I deal you become ill junk you like I can do this by then I deal is crucial. There's a lot of people who stop for that I getting that I deal is crucial and in this step right here Dennis number four it's what we call the I`Ma Mentality Ahmadou this I'm do that and there's nothing wrong in the beginning can't tell your Italian I try to hide it but at some. Genome. Pretty. Screwed. Right. So. Anyway. But this is the mentality you need to do this in the beginning because we know how to property manage. We know how to speak the tenants. We do not underwrite deals. We know how to take care of our properties you need to learn how to do this. So at this inflection point when you get to the next inflection point you can. Start thinking about hiring out to do this. It's called the bootstrap phase. We love the Bush, this phase, and this is restart and everyone out there starting a business. What it is, you're doing your meetings, your energy, your own podcast, right? You got the lighting on your you're doing your own videos. This is the the phase right now where you're into it. You're enjoying it. You're learning it but what it can be grueling at times because it's twenty four seven right now and you're learning stuff and it can be uncomfortable getting out of your comfort zone. Is All about that his face yeah and if you're not in real estate would have good parallel be made is where you start getting your first few customers. And you start to learn how to deliver and you get a much better product market fit of that. Yes. Start having. You know you start understanding the value maybe your understanding whether you're underpriced or overpriced. You're really starting to understand.

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"barbaro" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

10:48 min | 1 year ago

"barbaro" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Ride the wave with day was going to be on tonight's well no don't assume the worst he's fine and he will be back behind this microphone tomorrow night right to this is just kind of a one night thing Barbaro no more Mr motor coat just you and me for the next five hours and here's the reason why is we were originally to be at the truck show in Louisville as a matter of fact this past day we were supposed to be interviewing a number of your favorite truck drivers to go to the show we were going to interview all of the clients from America's trucking network including Mr motor code and representatives of all wheel IDA and representatives from progressive insurance in hot shot's secret and so on and so forth and maybe some others that we can talk into being clients as advertisers of the tea and in the future well as you well know the trucks show got canceled and rather than adjust the schedule as it's been in place since well late last month earlier this they just decided to keep it the way it was because I was the one that was supposed to do the taping in Louisville this past day so we couldn't do that I've got to stay on the air do it live this Friday night into Saturday morning Dave Martin I'll be back with you tomorrow and and we should be back to something closer to a regular schedule there after but that gives us a rare opportunity to talk and we will do exactly that here in a few minutes when we open up the phones but in this first half hour we're gonna start off some industry headlines as we often do when Mr motor code is with us and then we'll proceed to bill say Dennison's AT and racing reports which we guarantee well he's got a two minute report here I wonder what kind of information he dug up or is he just replaying the one in which they announced that the Indy five hundred is going to be postponed we'll find out in just a few minutes we will go over your doppler weather radar we got quite a storm activity in the Great Lakes states and that we also have your mega millions numbers with a hundred what was it six or seven hundred six million dollars in the jackpot tonight maybe a hundred nine it's enough to retire and I can tell you that we'll have those numbers for you as well so get your tickets at the ready and let us proceed in the first half hour starting with your oil markets in boy wow what an interesting site that has been we can remember the days as a matter of fact on this very show we used to get Mr motor co to pony up like a nice prize package of a gallon of motor coach and threw in a few a few laughter misers and a few cans of the motor coach spray and we used to take your guess on where the oil markets would finish the following Friday that's when we were doing this program every weekend so we had people call it all might maybe guests and a hundred six dollars a barrel a hundred eight dollars and change a barrel and we'd go all night long taking guesses of where you thought a barrel of oil was going during the week ahead and that was when everybody was gassing I hundred dollars or more in fact we had guests is a hundred twenty five hundred and thirty nine hundred forty remember those dark days when you pulled into a fuel island and you're looking at four and five dollars a gallon for diesel and we were looking at four dollars plus for gasoline you remember those days well son of a gun this is our revenge if there is a silver lining in the otherwise dark cloud just look at gasoline and diesel prices all no neither one is come down as much as they should at this point the demand is way off we would love to hear later tonight from those of you who are in the gas falling or diesel hauling business I suspect if you're in the diesel hauling business you've seen some pick up and the the amount of diesel that you're calling to truck stops decking is you know going gang busters in certain sectors and is absolutely dropped off the table and others and it's kinda sorta balancing itself out at the moment and during the course of the rest of the year as the groceries you get restocked the trucking is going to take a big old hit and so well the dis allowance on the fuel haulers because of it we'll talk a little bit more about that in just a minute but your prices that you're paying are far better than they were two dollars and sixty five cents for the average gallon of on highway diesel sure if you get off the highway a little bit you'll find it cheaper than that could we could be going down to a dollar ninety nine cents a gallon and diesel nobody never thought they'd see those prices again as a matter of fact when I first started doing this program which was sixteen years ago next month I can distinctly remember when diesel went up from one fifty nine to one sixty nine a gallon the wailing and the gnashing of teeth it's the end of the world those prices it'll collapse is still precious Dalley fifty nine Dallas sixty nine people were fresh in about a day and now look at it even with oil would tumble lower than it was back then we're still paying two dollars and sixty five cents on average height weight prices now for diesel gasoline out the window I mean if it's really more than a dollar forty nine somebody's somebody's somebody's not Debbie and screw straight here because what's a gallon of the wholesale gallon gasoline wholesale right now is like sixty cents typically you can add on eighty eighty five ninety cents for the taxes unless the taxes vary from state to state but typically it's eighty five and ninety cents and you add in you know the price of transporting it to your local fuel lavender gasoline station and of course the guy with the gas station you want to make a few pennies per gallon but usually it's about eighty eighty five cents maybe ninety cents stabs and of its sixty cents wholesale well you do the math new probably should be pay around a block and a half and no more but you see Lana gasoline stations still charging one eighty nine one ninety nine and you still saying on highway diesel a two sixty five the should be steady downward pressure on those prices from here oil off another five percent this past day as a matter of fact it was five point one percent lower on the borough of Brent crude index finishing the week at just a hair under twenty five Bucks a barrel U. S. or WTI crude was off a dollar nine cents and finish the weekend twenty one dollars and fifty one cents a barrel man we haven't seen that in years three million three billion people in lock down around the world global oil requirements could drop as much as twenty percent this past week they were off about seven point four million barrels from the demand of four months ago three months ago to where they are today well a lot of truck drivers have been wondering what the deal is if they have to go to New York City to deliver course New York city's been hit with a very high number of cases and the center for disease control issuing guidance specifically for transportation and delivery workers operating in New York City such as you the American truck driver the CDC yes they recommended that residents who are leaving the greater New York area self quarantine in there in an effort to avoid spreading their coronavirus in a statement published to this past day the CDC indicated this guidance does not apply in critical transportation and delivery workers such as the American truck driver this statement falls in line with the recommendations the CDC set forth for other essential critical infrastructure workers the CDC advising truck drivers to stay in their vehicles as much as possible maintain a barrier of six feet when interacting with others let's say at hunts point and switch to electronic receipts impossible if a driver's dispatch requires him or her to spend the night in the New York City area that drivers should stay in a hotel room or sleeper cabin continually practicing social distancing according to CDC guidelines drivers who take these precautions should not need to self quarantine when they leave the greater New York area unless self quarantine is recommended by state or local officials for all residents in the area in which they live well this is beginning to have a big impact on our economy as you well know but it is also going to eventually check the trucking industry emissions if it hasn't already real U. S. GDP is expected to drop eleven percent in the second quarter freight could fall by as much as twenty four percent in the second quarter and that means it could be down as much as forty five percent over the next year industrial output expected to take it on the chin falling nearly fifteen percent in the second quarter noticeable read down a rebound until the fourth quarter and freight pulled probably not return to more normal levels until mid twenty twenty one at the earliest one of the more interesting statistics in tracking of the past week loads that move less than four hundred fifty miles less than four hundred and fifty have increased almost fifteen percent this past week with loads moving four hundred and fifty miles or more only increasing about four point seven percent by comparison so the warehouses around the country are stocked with the goods they need the people to get him from the warehouse to the store is with a kind of directed delivery type service from warehouse or DC to the store that's where the business is really picked up particularly in the grocery store business and it has had an impact on the spot market rates van rates right about now averaging a dollar eighty five mile up three cents from last week and six cents higher than the February average reefer now running at two dollars and sixteen cents per mile up five cents from last week and seven cents higher than February flat bed and two dollars and twenty cents per mile unchanged from last week up five cents compared to February the line haul van rate minus an average fuel surcharge which entered the month get a good deal below last year's average has jumped twelve percent since March first is up sixteen cents year over year so in the short term there are high times for certain sectors of the trucking industry others have absolutely collapsed the auto industry coming to mind first cattle a lot of truck drivers who haul auto parts who are sitting right now because the auto manufacturers have shut down.

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"barbaro" Discussed on Plant Strong

Plant Strong

11:03 min | 1 year ago

"barbaro" Discussed on Plant Strong

"A welcome to the plant. Strong podcast season two as you know the theme This season is the heart of a hero. And so we're we're we're I'm interviewing people who really are changing the game in the in the plant based field and I can think of really no one better than the the young lad sitting across me right now. Robbie Barbaro Robbie. I think I've known you if I'm not mistaken I'm just until this out there. Like two thousand eleven or twelve. It's going to be somewhere around there absolutely. And that's because you used to work with With Brian Yes with Brian. Wendell WITH FORKS OVER KNIVES. You helped really kind of create that that empire. I'm going to call it an empire. We had a lot of fun. You got a lot of fun. And and then you kind of set sail on your own with mastering diabetes Cyrus Combat Cyrus. We we saw a need in and set out to fulfill it and that was. How long was that three hours to twenty seventeen is when we officially started mastering diabetes and I left forks over knives in the middle of Twenty Sixteen? And did you. Do you feel like you learned Just a ton with the work you did with Brian and marketing forks. Over knives to that you can then apply with mastering diabetes absolutely Working at seven is particularly with Brian. Wendell who's just a really special person. I always tell people. He is Fox overnight his brainchild and he's just brilliant guy his communication to sort of help execute the movie and everything beyond is really special so definitely getting the opportunity to work with him. Every single day we worked really hard Tirelessly to to get off the ground and to see it. Continue to succeed in the way that it has been really fun. Forks over knives has done so much for the movement so much for So many of the brands within the movement myself. I mean without forks over knives. I don't think you know engine to and myself would be on the map and it's really spectacular men. We're not do. Yeah that was. That was my. That was my big line. So I WANNA talk to you today about mastering diabetes the but specifically you and Cyrus just wrote a book yes. What's the name of it it's called? Mastering diabetes is subtitle. There's a subtitle. It's called the revolutionary method to reverse insulin resistance permanently in type one type one point five type two prediabetes and just ational diabetes. That's a that's a pretty a pretty strong statement right there. It's a strong statement and permanently is in Italic intentionally because we really mean it and when when you optimize your lifestyle when you follow the principles totten this book you maximize Your Insulin Sensitivity and insulin resistance is a thing of the past gay so you just said a mouthful there and I know for you because you're in this space you know it just seems like you know brushing your teeth or putting your seatbelt but I think for a lot of people out there. It's like I think we gotta break apart that sense and before we do I wanna I wanNA know a little bit more about Robbie. Okay so in this book Cyrus introduced. You're introduced and next to your name. It says the Seeker Right. So tell me why. Why is your nickname? The seeker and let's let's know a little bit about your journey and got you to where you are right now. Yeah so my journey particularly with diabetes. It started out with the idea. That I'M GONNA reverse type one diabetes. Okay so that's where the secret comes from. Let's take a step back all the way to the beginning okay. So what is where you so? Type one diabetes. Why don't we start there OK? Okay yeah so I was diagnosed with type one diabetes. I was just about to turn thirteen so I'm thirty one now. By the time people listening to this I would have lived with type one for twenty years. Okay now type. One is when your pancreas has been damaged. We don't know exactly how you don't know the cause. But the panthers has been damaged and it does not produce sufficient quantities of insulin anymore. And Insulin is a hormone that is responsible for taking. Blood Glucose or glucose from your bloodstream into your cells. That's insulin function okay. My pancakes is damaged. Doesn't produce insulin. Longer I need to inject insulin to manage my bug coast levels that is type one diabetes. So you're injecting insulin. That can then escort your sugar into your cells food. You Eat Yup and and I'm trying my best to repeat some of the stuff here so it sinks in please do please do. I like that okay. So now the other most common type of diabetes type two so type two. That is when a person's actually producing plenty of insulin. Most in the beginning they're producing too much. Okay I've excess insulin. But their bodies not using it properly. Bats type two diabetes. Also prediabetes is similar situation. So so when you say. Their body is not X. accepting it so it's rejecting it exactly right okay. Okay develop insulin resistance. Okay and we'll have to. We'll talk about that in a SEC. Okay Yep so then. I'm just going to go back to that title. The book also type one point five diabetes when the world's at so that is a slow onset version of type one. So there's still a little bit of insulin production a little bit. So pancreas isn't completely decimated exactly of the again. This is where we scientists don't really know. We don't know exactly what's going on. Why do the type one's just have their pancreas completely obliterated and Produce Basically Zero Insulin? And why do people with type one point? Five has such a slow onset of the condition where they're just kind of slowly progressively getting worse and worse over time. We don't fully understand it but it's real and there's a lot of people who are getting misdiagnosed. They people say their doctors will tell them how you're living with type two but really the living with type one point five. They don't have enough insulin production so we help people and and is there a certain like like in my experience it seems like type one usually happens under the age of ten usually? I don't know if that's true. So used to be like that. Used to be called juvenile diabetes and then type two adult diabetes and now over fifty percent of type. One diagnosis happens in people over the age of twenty. One say that one more time fifty percents diagnosed with type one. Our older than twenty one right now. That's that's crazy to me. It is okay so so that's type one point. Five is where your pancreas is producing a little bit but but not enough exactly at prediabetes. That's you're on your way to type two diabetes and so you have a little bit of the beginnings of insulin resistance exact okay so and then the last thing you say is occurs during pregnancy. So that only happens for females. And it's really again no situation of insulin resistance. That's the core thing this hormonal things going on yet but in some cases is the core problem once again okay So if I was to clump all these together in under one umbrella called diabetes what percent of Americans are currently living with type. One point five two prediabetes or station diabetes. So it's over one hundred and ten million and there's eighty million who are living with prediabetes. Don't know they're living with so. Should we add the one ten an eighty does that? No no one includes. That's okay okay. Okay 'cause I twenty six million with diagnosed diabetes. Okay so that's that's a good third of America. Yes so right so to me. You're mastering diabetes book and programs. You have a large audience we sure. Do we have a lot of people to help? Wow a lot of people to do. You want to explain more about your journey and the Secret. Explain that so now we understand what happens in twelve years old. I get diagnosed with type. One diabetes actually basically self diagnosed myself. I have two older brothers and the middle older brother had type one diabetes four years prior to my diagnosis. So I was complaining to my mom for two weeks came on. I think I have diabetes. Just like Stephen. She said No. No No. Don't be silly. You don't have diabetes. So then she goes away for the weekend with my dad looking at homes in Florida and we're living Minnesota at the time and my mom calls a check in. She says hey how you doing. I'm like mom I couldn't sleep last night. I was cramping she said. Okay go upstairs. Use Your brothers because meter and test yourself so tests myself and I'm over four hundred. You're supposed to be between eighty and one thirty so my bug because was sky high and my brother said then and there you have type one diabetes. Pack your bags. You're going to be in the hospital for a few nights so we went to the general doctor. They ran some tests. I'm not exactly what they tested. But this idea you're type one then I go to the hospital for a few nights. My parents flew home from Florida. And I remember my dad saying look. It's just an inconvenience. You can still do whatever you want in life. Don't worry about it. It's just an inconvenience and that impacted you. Yes have a huge impact on me and I really feel like the way my parents parents at me through this allowed me to not let it take over my life. It was just a thing you just handle it and everything is okay and right now thirty one. Would you say that having type one diabetes is one of the greatest thing that's happened to you in your life absolutely that? That's a huge blessing in disguise. And it's giving me so much purpose I get to help people. It's taught me a lot about my own body what I get to see every single day with this whole concept of insulin sensitivity to we're gonNA talk about It's really powerful now. I will say it's part of my journey being the seeker. I'm ready to get rid of it. I learned the lessons. I'm happy with it. I would like for nobody living with type one to have to live with it any longer and for people to not continue being diagnosed. I would love for that to happen now to your knowledge. Is there ever been a case of type one being reversed so there are some rare random situations that are not repeatable and a hard to explain so nothing in research? There's no evidence based studies showing. Hey if you do X Y and Z. This will likely lead to the reversal. Which basically means. We're trying to figure out how to get Beta cells to work again so type. One diabetes technically classified as an auto immune condition. So I have. Antibodies that are said to be attacking the Beta cells or insulin. One or the other so even if I was producing new.

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"barbaro" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

04:37 min | 1 year ago

"barbaro" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Thousand six Kentucky Derby winner Barbaro shattered his right leg right out of the opening gate at the Preakness a lot of Americans were stunned when it happened it is most resources don't live nearly that long I simply euthanized on the track I don't know how are they conducting or whatever and they're maneuvering the horses but it's clearly not getting any better I mean how many more horses have to die for this to stop in the past thirteen months more than forty courses have died at Santa Anita Park in California so what's going on after the twelve who runs the anti Reesing website course racing wrongs dot com says yes what it's not just Santa Anita it's the entire industry and it's happening all over the country what can you tell us about us and I need it seems like we hear about these stories with this particular race track all the time is it unusual in horse racing absolutely not this is business as usual and I pointed that out time and again back last spring one media was reaching out to me since any the averages fifty dead horses per year going back to two thousand seven the only thing that has changed is the unprecedented media coverage what do you think it's getting so much attention at Santa Anita for whatever reason the story started to resonate with the national media after an article appeared in the LA times again we were reporting the deaths as they were happening on our website last year Belmont Park here in New York kill the just as many as in in the in fact over two thousand horses are killed racing or training across America every year over two thousand on your website horse racing wrongs that calm you talk about the big lie and what that is is I you know what we are told about horse racing and what actually happens can you go through that you know some of the steps of you know why this is happening on racetracks and why you and a lot of course are lovers seahorse racing is so cruel the big why is that horse racing is a sport like baseball football basketball what have you in fact it resembles no other accepted sport on the planet these are for first and foremost non consenting participants are these animals are commodified so they're bought sold traded and dumped they are locked in tiny twelve by twelve souls for twenty three hours a day at a recent New York State Senate hearing and which I testified commented equine veterinarian likened that confinement to keeping a child in a four by four closet for over twenty three hours a day these animals exhibit the same Sir to be used and voices that we saw with the ring when elephants and sea world workers to what they do on the race track to these animals again bears no resemblance to what happens it and any other sport these animals are beaten wept for motivation and of course you know they're dying routinely in a we estimate that six horses died on U. S. tracks every day you know when a horse dies on the track there is no stoppage for the day the festivities continue the rest of the races are run there is no moment of silence they're just loaded on to the back of the van and carted away to be rendered or dumped into a landfill how do you combat you know the romanticism that comes along with horse racing I mean Churchill Downs and and you know Belmont and the Triple Crown and it's coming up we're coming up on the big horse racing season how are you dealing with this and and you know getting the word out that you know what there's a lot of negativity and and and very awful things go on horse racing in fact this is no different than greyhound racing and if you were to poll Americans the overwhelming majority would say the greyhound ways racing is cruel or in humane in fact it's it's outright prohibited in forty one states and after the Florida tracks close this year there will be five tracks left in the entire nation clearly it's only a matter of time before it vanishes completely one of the other things that you mentioned is is the age of these horses when they're trained I mean these are the people think that you know a two three year old horses is fully grown but on your website you say that's more like a toddler the typical horse.

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New Apple podcast categories

podnews

03:33 min | 2 years ago

New Apple podcast categories

"Apple made over one hundred category changes to podcasts yesterday. And those changes have been well received by most podcasters, little detail to come out of online discussions that we've seen include apples attention to detail unlike those previous categories, the new apple podcasts categories stand on their own. So daily news, for example, doesn't require to have its parent category presence to make sense that should lead to clearer and easier you X for podcast apps, and the new soccer category will be correctly localized as football in countries like the UK that call it the right thing. Indeed categories have always been localized. Daniel j Lewis has been playing with the new apple podcasts desktop happen. Try the transcription search we link to test of his on Twitter from our show notes and newsletter. Pretty cool. He says, if you use Apple's Siri that we'll be able to control third party podcast apps from. Early september. It's being available on Google assistant for many years. Paul bean has unveiled palled ads and add management system for podcasters which can be used to ensure ads appear on the right day and in the right places. Thanks to geo targeting. Unlike other services, this one doesn't take a cart of your ad revenue Spotify has begun rolling out podcast playlists the websites. My Spotify ideas has discovered. They're dead good true. Crime playlist users still can't add podcast, episodes to their own playlist yet. However speaking at a media conference Australian radio presenter. Amanda Keller says, when you hear long drifting podcast with no discipline, you recognize good radio, or we would guess a good podcast. Steve cramped from Pacific content rights how the company measures are successful podcast diagnoses podcast problems. Meanwhile, South African broadcaster Gareth cliff shares his thoughts on podcasting, successfully and. Simple cost wonder is there, a race and gender pay gap in podcasting and ask you to take part in a pay gap survey, you'll find all the links in our episode notes and our newsletter today. South Korea is the world's podcasting capital, exclaims website, Ozzie, and from that we linked to the most popular podcasts in South Korea from a service, they're called pod, bang, David Abramovich, argues that audio is more important than ever. He quotes for the first time in history. The spoken word has the same reach and arguably as much power as the written word. And here's a thing from a website called the prompt. They've published a day in the life of Michael Barbaro, and we can only hope that this is true. Let me read you a few lines. Six fifty AM Michael steps into the shower applying. A mildly scented, Jack black body, Washington organic loofah. He proceeds through rounds of both lexuses warming up his dulcet voice for signatures to contact delivery as he turns off the forces. It's unclear if he reaches I for towel or for his intellectual spectacles. Three PM Michael practices. His interested sound which he deftly sets into all of us. He has founded doing so before speaking of Mike relaxes incentive. This can go on up to a talent before recording given episode two good read. You should read all of

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U.S. backing of Venezuelan opposition comes with risks

All Things Considered

00:41 sec | 2 years ago

U.S. backing of Venezuelan opposition comes with risks

"New York advocacy group. He says his family scattered around the world because of authoritarian President Nicolas Madura rose regime. We have some family members in the United States is paving. Chile Argentina Colombia. No, we all feel that this moment will be key to that dream of like getting back together. My daughter was reelected in a vote that was widely seen as rigged. And as you've been hearing Venezuelan opposition leader one Guido was has declared himself the interim president this week. Our coverage of the situation in Venezuela continues after news headlines, New York City health officials are pushing members of the public to cut sugary drinks from their diets a new ad campaign. Pointing out that the not so sweet effects that can come from soda, sports drinks and fruit punch can be detrimental to your health and WNYC today city health Commissioner oaks IRAs Barbaro said that the list of health risks starts with cavities and obesity. And then the dominoes start falling in terms of increase risks for diabetes, heart disease, and the the contributions that those conditions have to ultimately things like cancer. The health department says New Yorkers have been drinking fewer sugary drinks since two thousand seven but about one in four adults and one in three high school. Students still drink one per day. And the MTA board is delaying its vote on possible fair and toll increases until next month at its meeting today. A board member said the agency needs more time to consider options the MTA had planned and approximately five percent fare hike to go into effect in March. It's unclear whether that will happen for every month that postpones the fare hike. Transit officials say they lose thirty million dollars. Currently fifty six degrees raining in central park at four zero six support for NPR comes from creative planning an independent wealth management firm whose advisors are fiduciaries legally bound to act in their clients. Best interests, more, creative, planning dot com slash NPR, wealth management redefined. It's all things considered from NPR news. I'm Audie Cornish. And I'm Mary Louise Kelley today is the thirty four stay of the longest government shutdown in history and in congress. The Senate took their very first votes on bills to reopen. The government one Bill backed by President Trump would have reopened the government in exchange for five point seven billion for a border wall. The other backed by Democrats would have opened the government for a short time to continue talks about the border both bills failed as everyday people across the country are coping with the shutdowns of fact like in Huntsville, Alabama where the greater Huntsville humane society gave free food to more than one hundred pets for Lord furloughed workers yesterday. Some people asked for a month supply and at the Salt Lake City international airport where the Utah food Bank set up donation bins outside TSA checkpoints for workers a room. There has been cleared to hold the items. NPR's congressional reporter Kelsey Snell has been following the politics of the shutdown. She joins us now from Capitol Hill and Kelsey as we've talked about for the last thirty plus days, roughly, eight hundred thousand federal workers will miss a paycheck. What is congress finally doing about this in short and they're not doing anything right now? Both Senate bills needed sixty votes. And both of them came up short six Republicans voted for the Democrats Bill and only one democrat Joe Manchin of West Virginia voted for the president's plan. Now, there's a lot of support for just opening the government, but we're in the same places we've been for weeks, nobody in the capital want the shutdown to last, but they simply can't figure out how to pass something that Democrats support and the president will sign so it's starting to feel like the same thing over and over the perception has been that Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell was on the sidelines throughout all of this. And now the Senate is engaged, right? Or congressional Republicans feeling pressure to end the shutdown. It would be an understatement to say that people are getting irritated. They just simply want a deal. I was talking to a lot of people including Republicans, and I think one person. Who described it, really? Well, was Ohio Republican Rob Portman? He told us that there shouldn't be so hard to get a deal. And there is a deal to be had. Here's what he said. Shutdowns are always stupid. This is one because the underlying problem is one we can't resolve we're not that far. This is not healthcare. He went on to say, it's not abortion. It's not one of these big social issues that people are used to fighting about. But they just can't get there. And, you know, Senate Democrats are pretty angry to this whole place is kind of a tinderbox. And there was this big fight on the floor between Michael Bennet from Colorado, a democrat and Senator Ted Cruz Republican from Texas and cut reheated. Here's what he said. How ludicrous it

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Close-captioning is coming to Google Podcasts

podnews

02:43 min | 2 years ago

Close-captioning is coming to Google Podcasts

"Close captioning is coming to Google podcasts. Forthcoming version of the app will include the option to produce an automatic live transcript onscreen enabled with ACC button. Good for noisy places, or for those with hearing difficulties website nine to five Google have enabled the feature on the Beata version of the Google app and reports that it works. Well, also, the at will highlight major items in the show notes and offer search terms to learn more new items prepped in beater versions can take months to arrive though years. What else you need the New York Times has launched a three minute. Weekday flash news briefing hosted by Michael Barbaro for Amazon Alexa devices as well. As a weekly interactive news quiz from the producers of the daily and other services. None of those services work on Google speakers though, the briefing, which is a nice change from a radio bulletin is sadly unavailable in Google's news briefing serve. It's sponsored by Audi. Steven Goldstein went to see s and reports back about Spotify is exclusivity announcements five G, smart speakers and a toilet with Amazon. Alexa, built in Alexa. Use the fresh ner. I would give it a few minutes. My name is Anita. I host history broadcast echoes Avandia. I am just coming out of the Bengal of orcas meat, and it was absolutely fascinating. Because I got it. Listen to people who've been in the field for a lot longer than I have. There hasn't really really good tips on how to grow audience at the military pursue as a whiteboard. Gasser should stick together? Which was absolutely fascinated. The Banglore podcasters and listeners meter on January. The twelfth was the biggest and longest yet willing to notes from the event in our show notes and our newsletter hunter walk a partner in a VC company. Writes about podcast discovery podcast discovery is a problem. He writes, but attempts to fix it are at best features not products. Or companies these IRS podcast apps are way better than Apple's default app claims. Life hacker pocket casts, overcast and Castro. Get higher scores than the purple one. Meanwhile, nine to five MAC carries four new features. Apple podcasts should ad in thirteen P. C magazine. Gives us details on how to make your podcast sound better is actually in depth article about microphone technique and much of the advice. His quite sound if you'll pardon the pun and a job for you. You could be the social media manager for apple podcasts and apple books in Culver City, California in the US apple podcast, apparently not important enough to have its own.

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"barbaro" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:38 min | 2 years ago

"barbaro" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Barbaro from the New York Times. It follows the events of one night in the life of Bassem Rozo. An Iraqi man who lived with his wife and daughter on a large plot of land next to his brother and his brother's family. So I try to get up my bid had broken into V-shape. I felt something warm in my back. A Dutch my back, and I felt something gooey glue either it was blood. My foot was shattered. My left foot. I tried to get of beds but ice creams. I did not realize it was my hip that was broken. But I knew there was something. That I started calling my wife. When my daughter. No answer. This everything you're describing sounds surreal waking up seeing stars seeing wood and cement or your wife.

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"barbaro" Discussed on Katie Couric

Katie Couric

03:33 min | 3 years ago

"barbaro" Discussed on Katie Couric

"We're gonna look back this year in news in politics with the one and only Michael Barbaro of the New York Times daily podcast. That's right after this. Support for today's show comes from thrive market and online marketplace that's on a mission to make healthy living, easy and affordable for everyone. You get access to thousands of the best selling organic foods and natural products at twenty five to fifty percent below traditional retail prices from organic Owen butter to lavender essential oil both products. I enjoyed by the way thrive market carries. Everything you need. They have pantry Staples cleaning products, we treats the best necks and much more at such affordable. Prices I got a big box from thrive market. The other day, included, gluten-free bread and almond butter and all sorts of great, crackers and stack foods, and I'm loving it. All and as they say at very reasonable prices. So with our special link thrive market is giving you an extra twenty five percent off your first purchase, plus a free thirty day trial. That's twenty five percent off the already low prices that thrive. Market offers. Just go to thrive market dot com slash Katie Couric to access this terrific discount. So here's a new concept, and I wear contemporary glasses that are extremely affordable and fashion forward glasses that can be viewed kind of as a fashion accessory, but should not cost as much as a plane ticket or a new iphone with Worby. Parker glasses start at just ninety five dollars including prescription lenses for every pair. You buy a pair is distributed to someone in need their home. Trion program allows you to order five pairs of glasses shipped directly or door where you can try them on in the comfort of your own home. Get feedback from friends family, your cat, the mailman whoever you can try the frames for five days before saying them back using a free prepaid return shipping label with no obligation to purchase one hundred percent free. It's so easy. Even I can do it. And I had a wonderful experience. Getting a new pair of glasses through Worby Parker, so head to Worby Parker dot com slash Katie. To order your free home triumph. Today. Choose the five frames he'd like to try on male the frames back. Choose your favorite pair to have your prescription added to and order. It's really simple. Visit Worby Parker dot com slash Katie to begin your free home try on experience today. And if you have an iphone ten make sure to download Worby Parker's app where you can use their brand new feature find your fit find your fit recommends approximately twelve where Parker frames that likely fit your face. The process is seamless, very cool and only takes a few seconds. Now. Let's get back to the show. Our next guest is Michael Barbaro who many of you know, as the host of the daily podcast from the New York Times, a not to be miss podcast for Brian and me, that's true. Michael and his team take the biggest news stories and turn them into a short narrative cod cast that comes out every weekday. And because he's always covering the biggest headlines we thought he'd be the perfect person to walk through what happened this year in the wacky world of news and politics. I started by asking Michael a very important question. If he's having fun doing the daily. Most of the time..

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Three-quarters of top podcasts have ads in them; and podcasting makes it to SNL

podnews

01:52 min | 3 years ago

Three-quarters of top podcasts have ads in them; and podcasting makes it to SNL

"The latest from pod news dot net. How many costs have ads in them? The answer about three quarters of the US top one hundred and about a quarter of all podcasts. Reckons podcast add monitoring company. Mcgowan podcasting made it to TV show Saturday Night Live over the weekend with lampoon of podcast award with two very recognizable hosts from theory, Sarah. Sarah. And from New York Times the daily Michael Barbaro. Portland. I'm. Michael barbaro? Casts are everywhere last year over three billion new podcasts for produce. I know that's a lot. More on YouTube. If you're in the US apple is removing THAAD casts who abused the title or description by adding tons of keywords, the audacity to put casts was one of those removes the author of that podcast Daniel j Lewis explained what happened next in a long blog post, audio search company audio bursts have translated into English and article from the marker about the company's plans for the future mama Mia is looking for a podcast host and producer in Sydney. Australia ad company targets spot has launched quote. The first all in global podcast at marketplace across North America and Europe, according to a slightly geographically challenged press. Release vox nest appears to be one of its first partners and target spots. Claims there publishers are already responsible for over one hundred million monthly downloads, the free music archive has suddenly closed and article from the verge claimed the might be a last minute stop to the closure. But all pages are returning a five zero three service unavailable era right now, the Washington Post has announce. To set of new hires in their podcast division. And blueberry have published a set of guidelines on how to ensure your podcast ticks, accurate,

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"barbaro" Discussed on Pantsuit Politics

Pantsuit Politics

02:35 min | 3 years ago

"barbaro" Discussed on Pantsuit Politics

"Owner of a comedy cellar, which is one of the venues at which Louis CK has been trying out new material. If you haven't listened to this episode. Their sound from several weeks months of lost all track of time. At this point. Some time ago when Louis c. k. initially showed up at the comedy cellar is as people frequently do. So you go to see a show and it's possible that someone really famous stops by to try out some new material while you're there. And that's part of the attraction of being there as a patron. And so Michael Barbaro the host of the daily interviewed, the owner of the comedy cellar right after Louis c. k. initially stopped by for his first performance since he had been not accused since he had admitted to exposing himself to women and and otherwise harassing them. So they have this conversation about where the line is, and Michael Barbaro is really trying to get the owner of this comedy club to set an objective standard for who performs at his club and under what circumstances. And the guy keeps saying I don't wanna do that. That's not the business I'm in the audience. Got upset about it. I understand why some people got upset. So I have created a policy now saying that you come at your own risk. I can't tell you who's going to be here, but if somebody comes here and you don't wanna see that person, then you can leave no questions asked and everything is on the house for your time here, and he really wants no responsibility beyond that. And so Michael Barbaro presses him and says, what about Bill Cosby? Who's been convicted in a court of law. For behaviors around the abuse of an assault of women. And he says. Oh, that's such a hard question, but you know what? I wouldn't. I wouldn't feel comfortable, but I'm not going to create some kind of bright line. It's just gonna be when do I feel comfortable having this person come and the club owner is is real. It's important to him to say. Things like, do we want people to never work again? And if they don't work again, what do we expect to happen? And he talks about how inconsistent we are in these matters. He says, nobody wants a warning that Bill Clinton is about to come into a room, which I thought was a really interesting part of the conversation..

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"barbaro" Discussed on The Daily

The Daily

04:34 min | 3 years ago

"barbaro" Discussed on The Daily

"From the new york times i'm michael barbaro this is the daily today a five year old boy named jose and his father led the violence in honduras and headed for the united states they were separated at the border what's happened to both father and son in the weak sense it's wednesday june twentieth so when hussein his dad arrive at the border they meet the trump administration's new zero tolerance policy every migrant trying to cross into the united states illegally is treated like a criminal miriam jordan covers immigration for the times so as dan goes to detention and jose gets put on a plane to michigan to stay with a foster parent who has agreed to take him in what does that actually look like well what it looks like is jose in two other miners arrived with an escort after midnight at an airport in michigan jose's exhausted he merges with this trash bag that stuff with his dirty clothes from his long trek across mexico to reach the border into small pieces of paper one is a stick figure dry of his family from honduras the other is a sketch of his father who had been arrested and led away from him shortly before so these are two drawings he's made well he actually didn't make the drawings the drawings were made according to jose's account by when i sing oughta so we don't know if this was someone who was on the journey with him and with his father or if it was a us official who helped jose initially we just don't know but they were drawings of his family and his dad and he's holding onto them as it gets off the plane yes and he's holding on to them for his your life and who is there to meet him when he gets off this plane he's met by an american woman named fantas he gets off the plane and she stretches out her hand to him and he won't take it he won't he won't touch her hand he wants nothing to do with her of course he was really tired and confused he won't let go of the pictures for the first few days you can't be soothed he tosses interns he can't sleep through the night he alternates between crying and moaning he refused to take off the clothes he'd arrived in for several days and as janice sees it it's because he didn't want anyone taking anything away from him that connected him to the past of being with his father and his own family so does she eventually get him to change his clothes yes eventually he allows her to peel office ox and his oversized yellow t shirt and navy blue sweatpants and grey fleas pullover babes him and he follows directions but as janice put it he kept up a little wall and what happens over the next few days well jose starts to get acclimated to his temporary home and he begins attending a multi age kindergarten he's there with other spanish speaking migrant children he begins to play see plays soccer and catch but he still asking about his family and his father every single day and they still won't let go of those pictures i mean he tucks the pictures under his pillow each night in fact janice became worried that they were so frayed that they were gonna tear so she convinced him to let her laminate them which she does that one point.

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02:12 min | 3 years ago

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"Go right so there there have been occasions if there's an especially long michael barbaro gap it may be because the words aren't there yet i say and so we're just waiting for someone else we're we're formulating it together but i'm but that's the thing i mean that was your style when you were an actual reporter i q the news is going to happen you're going to the boys everywhere that literally is no other questions the biggest reason why talk the way i'd do all right is because of my was because of my grandfather all right when i was young would critique any of the words that lots of people use like you know and he just knocked it out of my vocabulary so instead of doing those things when there's a gap which is a very natural say like or i don't say anything and so there are gaps because because he's so much for mattingly would interject anytime you know when we were kids childhood trauma right key care like he's like what like what what what was coming and and just it went a wet well so i don't use i don't use any of those scripts best one yvonne or or whatever you could have gone silent you didn't right right exactly so so you develop that in it's it's really isn't interesting style i mean i find it both intriguing at the same time every now and then i'm like landed my say jammeh they're used to say that landed landed landed cara right now landed the only thing is i'm i'm a pretty cautious i'm sort of a cautious person right no i'm not and so on i'm there's a lot of things iety and sometimes in what i'm asking in my asking right i mean the james komi interview was like the scariest thing i ever did you know because we're sitting there kind of psychoanalyzing him and and don't you see what the rest of right yeah yeah but there's a trick we do in the audio editing of the daily all right and sometimes i'll listen to it myself we'll group at at the show and and i'll say jesus michael finish the you know and we'll just cut out the gap okay i in google docs there's a word we use when i'm going on titan tight and so the some of the words some of the.

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01:57 min | 3 years ago

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"Right an audience often is done that which is often done so so one of the we called ourselves in audio first show i didn't never understood what that meant but now i it's good yeah it sounds great yeah which is journalist will come in the daily don't refer to a story i don't say well as i said in my store because it's an audio show so they're telling a story in audio form and it took us a while to train our colleagues right hell stories on the news times journalists not we almost oh we almost used charlotte's and real people you you bring in the people that were in bringing the characters in the story and so it took us a while because guests with come on the show and we would have this great script that we have developed and they would just vomit out the story right in one answer right and we've would we have to roll that back we have to try that again we have to and it took us a while to train both ourselves and the guests to the store times the is there so as you're as you're doing this you also developed the style that people when i went out on twitter i said what questions you have for michael barbaro and they they they were all like the voice i need to understand what the hell is doing that somewhere nicer than others but it's why does it seem some time there are gaps in the quest yes exactly yes did you work on that in front of the mirror what was a deal you trying to try glass or an npr leading i'm formulating a question in my head right and so you're just you're just slow apparently yeah actually do it come on come on doing just between us the voice thing you did on purpose right or not no i just did that that's there's a lot of things going on in the middle of the daily enter for example we're all working in a google doc right the show does not get me without google docs google for the google doc and they need it there that needs is they so producers in a document doing an interview and we are revising things as we.

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02:07 min | 3 years ago

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"So this sounds so goofy but neither ross or i were especially popular attractive or physically literally can't imagine my with running lavera tape so one of the first big investigations we did was about athletes who are being recruited for the hamden hall country day school basketball team and soccer team and were they meeting the standards of admission oh and which is what to nerdy concave lease skinny yeah guys yeah investigate wow and that's like the plot of a michael lewis book but go ahead you know we did things like you know very has learned has learned right but we would borrow all the little like lines and and you know it was so obsessed with making sure that the fonts and everything looked just like the times and our little aden now by eleven broad she right so it was very successful i think we had about one hundred twenty copies a week every every worked on it all the time yeah when we also ran the regular newspaper oh so it was ridiculous i mean we ran the officialize school newspaper and then we run the underground newspaper too and then of course this this is how you go monarchic we were we would actually have spats created between the two newspapers and we would cover them in the newspaper even though we were the newspapers so different name no i just we were an role you're anonymous in the underground cell barbaro no names no name now knows this anonymous oh yeah which was very everybody knew right you were so far out of our time in terms of anonymous sources okay all right okay no it was it was looking back on it it was records i mean we should have been we should've put our names on my goodness kids feel guilty about it okay well we've cracked that one wide open so you got to college college okay and you left behind the verite and your high school newspaper same thing young started just picked up with the next newspaper which was the daily news that was my college experience was though was a college newspaper because i grew up in new haven and my father was a firefighter in the city my interest gravitated towards politics and.

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01:37 min | 3 years ago

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"Daily this was an event put on by xyz which is a new free membership group for forward thinking individuals in general x y and z that the ninety second street y launched in march i don't know what one of those i'm in maybe in part of x not definitely not i have children z but anyway xyz puts you up close and personal with the people ideas and conversations and performances shaping culture there some great upcoming guests such as pod save america's dan pfeiffer the former white house director of communications under president obama we'll talk with snaps peter hamby new york times investigative reporter and recent pulitzer winner jodi cantor we'll talk with actor director and hashtag time's up now founding member amber tamblyn jody will also talk with brian kelly also known as the points guy who's voted forbes number one travel influencer in two thousand seventeen but now let's go to the ninety second street y in new york city from my conversation with michael barbaro from the new york times the daily podcast hello we've been we've been gossiping backstage we're not gonna talk about that so let's get started i asked i was just cure thank you for having me no problem anytime i'm so many questions michael let's begin with how you started this because i think most people don't realize your history and you know when you'll choir those hip glasses.

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Lawyers, workers question putting immigration detainees in U.S. prisons

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01:54 min | 3 years ago

Lawyers, workers question putting immigration detainees in U.S. prisons

"In one day you know it was it that's possible you wake up with that doniama you wake up you're going to marry you wally ray hit a black damn i get locked up today i can get killed today i'm michael barbaro that's coming up on the daily from the new york times the daily begins in five minutes but first from kpcc news i'm nick roman with the stories we're covering at seven thirty buses with immigration detainees on board began arriving this morning at the federal lockup in victorville a thousand detainees will be housed there was immigration authorities say they're running out of space at their own facilities kpcc's libby dankner says some critics are raising red flags about moving immigration detainees into prisons immigration advocates including lawyers that i spoke to said hold on these detainees have not been convicted of a crime there awaiting civil proceedings and a federal jail isn't necessarily set up to handle them on that last point the union for prison guards at victorville says doesn't like the idea of adding a thousand people to the prison population john's omkar with the american federation of government employees lok thirty nine sixty nine says there aren't enough staffers at victorville and he says they've said that to the warden and the federal bureau prisons so that was a big surprise that they were going to give us a thousand new people and not give us one new staff member the prison guards union says they're worried that prison clinics don't have enough guards and nurses to handle the detainees medical needs more on the printing air that left about one hundred eighteen thousand names valley county vote of valley county voters off the voter rolls during tuesday statewide primary election the problem was big enough that the la county board of supervisors and the la county.

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