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The Benefits Of Hypnotherapy
"Hey Alex welcome to the show. It's great to have you here today and I'm excited to chats about well not. So commonly now on topic today well, and maybe there's also quite a few misconceptions about it. hypnotherapy could you please introduce yourself and tell audience what mindset health does show? So Yup, hi, I'm Alison Coach of Health We build hypnosis spaced digital therapeutics for chronic health conditions like IBS anxiety. So essentially, the programs developed by doctors and psychologists to. Use hypnosis hypnosis based techniques to help people self that conditions right and so so what should our listeners like imagine? So it's an APP and it's kind of guiding me through hypnotherapy session or what should I imagine? Yeah. Yeah. So safer fell IBS Procam Nova. It's a structured program of audio sessions on order sessions plus psycho education and flare up techniques and essentially think guided meditation and the delivery methods was audio of coming boys getting to you into helping you. Get into a relaxed focused state. Then it's designed by doctors and psychologists teaching coping skills. It's I'm using visualizations to help increase your ability to self regulate. Right. So that's really the core difference between guided meditation sessions ride. They're more about you know folk singing and clearing your mind to some extent whereas hypnotherapy is using some of that. But really with the purpose of inducing you to making it more receptive to while things that you are looking to change your behavior. Exactly exactly. Yeah. That that's a great description of it. Essentially, hypnosis is becoming highly focused and absorbed to the point that you become more suggestive also receive receptive to new ideas or perceptions. So it's not a therapy itself but when it's combined with their PD techniques, cpt, it becomes hypnotherapy and so while because you'll like essentially low lowering your critical faculty and becoming more receptive and I'm in this sort of experiential learning state I'm when wet teaching you coping skills on. Bass coping skills or going through visualizations you really integrate them much more fully and studies have shown. It can actually improved effectiveness bt for many many conditions. Right and this is nothing like what has been popularized in Hollywood movies as being like put into a state where you lose all your awareness about what the hypnotists saying and what you're doing yourself and Sunday, you're chicken. Exactly. Yeah it's much more like if anything it's more a tightened away innocent heightened focus of what they're saying. So compared to say when we're talking about meditation about like clearing clearing your mind, this is much more like folks really focused on what they're saying tow. It's much more of an active active thing that got it, and so what can you really use it for what are like some of the common conditions that you can treated with? So it's been shown to help a variety of. Conditions. So one of the most well studied areas is irritable passenger. So there's been a tape of evidence showing it can reduce help manage symptoms by seventy percent of people by sixty percent reduction. So it's pretty powerful. It can also help with anxiety depression like teaching coping skills that can help you manage stresses and problem solving skills that can say depression. They often make portions when depressed and so teaching people with the skills to help them make better decisions is one way of managing that and. Is such a powerful vehicle for teaching skills. It can be used across a lot of things another well, well-researched area is chronic pain. So there's been a whole heap of evidence supporting it as a way to reduce acute pain in the moment, but also long term chronic pain conditions such as migraines chronic back pain something that's quite recently such. But this a pretty strong evidence behind it is helping reduce Menopausal postmenopausal hot flashes. So there was a study coming out of Baylor University that found hypnosis or a five-week hypnosis program could help reduce the onset and the the occurrence of hot flashes in postmenopausal women by. Eighty percent after the five-week on program. So it's this pretty strong evidence for writing things they sleep on smoking cessation is coming like ones that might people might associate with hypnosis but because it's just a vehicle for therapeutic aches and most people can become focused and absorbed in what they're doing with a movie or driving or in a daydream it is a widely useful tool, right and right now with mindset alfio primarily focused on mental health ibs and chronic pain management that's still in the works from what I understand right? Exactly. So we we started with mental health and essentially Wichmann, Dr Michael, Yap Kerr on the world leader. In hypnosis actually has textbook on clinically uses hypnosis, but he's a depression expert as well. So are we started with mindset which is a series of programs that teach individual skills and cognitive mechanisms round variety of mental health mental areas but with Nova, which is out second program that's structured six week program for Irritable Bowel Syndrome, and that was based on a twenty sixteen clinical trial by at Monash. University that found six weeks of DOT therapy could help improve IBM symptoms by an average of sixty percent for seventy percent of people, and we've worked with the ray such a I'm from that study to as essentially take her. Work and then deliver through my ball up right and in the future will be we'll be expanding that that sort of ability of waking with such as for different programs into chronic pain into hot flashes into many different areas.
"baylor university" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Interesting. Both you and I are from divorced family and I and our divorcees at one point, right? And, according to the Baylor University out, there's low oxytocin levels make it harder for people to form and, you know, have stable attachments and relate relationships of their own, so they wanted to look at kids. And and they get. It's a small group. But they had people between the ages of 18 and 62 among that group like 27% of people, their parents divorced in the average age, the kids were nine When the kids disappeared. And anyway, what they found is that and they measured at the oxytocin through urine. If you can believe it, and they had to do all these kind of surveys and remember anything, but what they found out is that Oxytocin levels were lower in the people whose experience parental divorce compared to those who didn't because they were sadder. Yeah, there was a thing. There is a sense of loss. I think when your kid depending on the Yeah, there's less confidence. More uneasiness, less relationship security and, ah You know, anyway, that's what they found out. So that's very you might have to, like. Look at more puppies and get your oxytocin going. If you your parents got divorced his Keep your oxytocin look at the pug Dash. Ian's on Instagram if you need Need a dog thing. But like, look at little Baby, you might you might want to just treat yourself with extra doses of the oxytocin. Whatever makes you go. Everybody needs that right now, though. Yeah, maybe distract. I'm telling you, I go to that pug dash hands on insta everyday. I just get the biggest kick. I think that's something that a lot of people like looking at happy. Go anyway. Just.
New York - SUNY Oneonta Campus To Shut Down For 2 Weeks After Spike In Coronavirus Cases
"As some schools prepare to reopen, we have another college closing its doors. Tell me why SUNY Oneonta. Has 105 cases didn't tell us and we have to find out on the news. Just one week after SUNY Oneonta welcome students back to campus institutions do not about their students. A spike in on campus Corona virus cases is forcing the New York State University to shut down for at least two weeks. It didn't feel like they were doing their best and ensuring our safety in the first place. Sr Malaka Horizons, says she and her classmates were frustrated by what she says is the school's lack of testing, resources and transparency. They're going to open up the schools, and they're responsible for You know, communicating with us whether you were in danger or not of the virus. Colleges have not followed basic public health rules. They haven't done entry testing they haven't done quarantining Dr. Rashi, Sha and other public health officials are urging students already on campus to stay there to prevent the spread of the virus. If we were able to test everybody on campus twice a week that would make it dramatically safer to be on campus across the country, Colleges are struggling to contain clusters, of course. Bit outbreaks in Texas Baylor University ordered 55 students 21 of them positive to reside in place on two floors of the dorm. One. University of Alabama campus has reported more than 1000 positive cases since classes began two weeks ago, and cases at Arizona State University nearly tripled, reaching 480 cases in just three days. We can get colleges and universities open safely this fall, but only if you're willing to follow the public health guidance on the protocols, CBS Dr John
Clusters of new cases reported on college campuses in US
"Across the country. Colleges are struggling to contain clusters of covert outbreaks in Texas. Baylor University ordered 55 students 21 of them positive. To reside in place on two floors of adore One. University of Alabama campus has reported more than 1000 positive cases since classes began two weeks
Results Negative For Baylor Student Tested For Coronavirus
"D. and Baylor University has just released the results of that of that student was suspected of possibly having the coronavirus Baylor University just weeding out that they were pleased to share the Waco McLennan county public health district announced that test results were negative for coronavirus for the Baylor student who samples were sent to the CDC last week so that means that the student at Texas a and M. and the student at Baylor who were both possibly suspected of having the corona virus and having those samples sent to the CDC they both came back negative so so far no confirmed cases of the coronavirus here in the state of Texas good news
Coronavirus outbreak: 5 cases confirmed in the US so far
"Well the fifth case of the corona virus in the US has been confirmed in southern California today nearly two thousand people have been diagnosed with this corona virus and fifty six people have died from it in China the death toll increase by fifteen within the past twenty four hours nearly seven hundred more people have been diagnosed with this illness since yesterday as international fear of the new virus grows the U. S. state department is organizing a single flight out of well hung China the epicenter of this virus to fly out its consulate staff and some private US citizens that plane is expected to leave will Han on Tuesday and fly to San Francisco medical personnel will also be on board meanwhile Texas a and M. as confirm that negative test results have come back for their student tested for the corona virus but now a Baylor University and by student in Waco is being tested for it the student
Race to contain deadly coronavirus with 5 confirmed US cases
"It turns out that the student at Texas a and M. tested negative for the deadly coronavirus a Baylor University student who recently returned from China is now being tested for the possible disease the student will has been isolated in their dorm room other U. S. cases have been confirmed in Arizona and California bringing the total number of U. S. cases to five the corona virus is blamed for at least eighty deaths in China where is sick in more than twenty seven hundred people so
Ken Starr Baylor University Scandal
"Ken Starr is best known for his investigation that helped lead to the impeachment of president Bill Clinton and now he'll be playing a part in the defense of president trump during his impeachment trial in between these chapters in presidential impeachment store worked for six years as president of Baylor University in Texas which is the nation's largest Baptist university and where he was forced out over his handling of sexual assault scandals we're joined now by Paula Levin an investigative reporter for ESPN who wrote a book about the scandal welcome thank you so I want you to bring us back to twenty ten when Ken Starr first became president of Baylor University what brought him there like what were the university's aspirations when they picked him to lead them was an interesting choice I mean he was not someone who had history with with Baylor but he was a big name and they were looking to raise their profile and to raise more money for the university and thought that bringing him in would would really appeal to the donors and he had a Christian background it was a very important aspect for how they ran the university and they were really hoping that he could bring them into the next chapter will publicity is certainly what thank god in twenty fifteen when things drastically changed when scandal first hit the national headlines because a football player at Baylor was convicted of sexual assault can tell us what happened there right so football player Sam echo what she was convicted of sexual assault and why it raise some eyebrows more so than some other cases was that he had previously been cleared by university investigation which actually would have a lower burden of proof in a criminal conviction and what the media and others came up with were additional reports of sexual assaults involving football players that led to an internal investigation and then what the media and those investigators found was that Baylor's failure to address sexual violence was not just a problem with the football program it was a campus wide issue that even getting worse over the years women being silenced victim blames retaliated against this so this leads to may twenty sixteen the border regions decides to fire head football coach art Briles they suspend the athletic director and they demote Ken Starr he'd later that summer steps down from all of his rolls of Baylor and departs so what do we know about whatever personal role Ken Starr had in this scandal did he play personal well I think Ken Starr's role was one of someone who was responsible for making sure that this got addressed to Baylor bites dropped the ball on that a good example of that is that federal guidelines required the university to appoint someone to title nine coordinator and so he does that but he gives that job to someone who was handling human resources and who already had a full time job and who's not really equipped to to deal with that just doesn't make it a priority does what's in his position that he didn't know so many women were coming forward with reports of sexual sorrow he didn't know what happened to those reports of sexual assault well right so after this all played out that's it that's what he was saying is like I wasn't aware that all of this was happening and how serious this all was and a lot of what happened with his discussions and and the border regions when he was demoted has not come out because they've both sides agreed to keep silent about a lot of that but at the end of the day no one has ever come forward and said that he specifically knew about a case of sexual assault that he covered after that he had a role in covering up and and that is important it's more that he was sort of out to lunch on the issue big picture so what is Baylor University done to address the culture that led to the scandal I would say that there are people who say it hasn't gone far enough and that there are still issues I mean I they did have a massive turnover best you know Ken Starr leaving athletic director Briles and then after that it and number of other people at lower levels but I think something that's important to mention is that they're still alive loose sense of this there are multiple women who filed title nine gender discrimination lawsuits against Baylor some of those are still pending but another thing to keep in mind is that there were a number of entities that launched investigations including the US department of education and that investigation is still
Giants to hire Patriots' Judge as coach
"And two and I fell head coaching vacancies have been filled the New York Giants tap patriots wide receivers coach Joe judge while the Panthers have reached an agreement with Baylor University head coach Matt
Off-Duty Dallas Police Officer In Critical Condition After Allegedly Speeding, Crashing Into Tree
"Mess an off duty Dallas police officer meanwhile is in critical condition this morning after crashing his personal car yesterday afternoon doorbell camera video shows the officers car speeding down mockingbird lane in the lake would neighborhood in Dallas just seconds behind a white issue V. that was going just as fast they officer slammed into a tree and was taken to Baylor University Medical Center
"baylor university" Discussed on KTOK
"Was with Baylor University Medical Center in Dallas and then she she resigned that she left there and she she started operation care and said god leading our life in and this is one of the things are doing and I just I love this story hello Susie good morning Brian how aria I am blessed thank you yes you're right all right so you Dallas you're known as the blanket lady and and and that's why they started the ministry giving away blank at after my husband of nine years disappeared from my home he was in the military committed suicide from a mental illness he developed chemical imbalance called serotonin deficiency and then left disappeared thirty days and what's missing we found his body in Oklahoma and when we found him he had been dead for thirty days only on him in a ravine and the heels of a coca and he was hiding there and the farmer found his car and the farmer only would go there once a month and that's how his car was found but she was missing March ninth we discovered him April eighth nineteen ninety three I'm sorry to hear that Susie but that changed your life you started getting involved the homeless here in Dallas is started giving way blankets and now you're doing a birthday party for Jesus which I I've always I've always ask my kids and everybody thinks I'm I'm making this up I think every Christmas dinner you should sing Happy Birthday and you should have candles on the cake you know maybe not you know twenty twenty but you know you should have candles on the cake it because it's Jesus birthday yes Sir yeah I'm so the best I really what happened after my husband committed suicide the lord's put in my heart to help the homeless under the bridge living in downtown Dallas and the new beginning I really said no I'm not going to do that they're crazy they just like free stuff and I could not stand homeless people and the thing was I asked god what can I do for him after my husband died because I choose joy so I asked god what can I do for you so I tell you Glenn do not ask god what can you do for him if you're not prepared he'll tell you yeah it's gonna take you out of your comfort zone yeah that's what it all started about what does a blank at the industry so they called me back at lady for eight years that was what I did as a supervisor in Baylor hospital at the same time I was helping the homeless then god gave me a big bouchon of the holding this massive birthday party producer where the guests are the homeless and the poor of Dallas forward so that's we started that in two thousand four so now we're sixteen years old the other convention center the nation's largest event for the homeless and the poor with ten thousand to twenty one thousand people so we have thirty seven hundred volunteers that come in one day to serve the poor and the homeless and the heart of the ministry is prayer Hyundai by to listen we tell them what god we don't force nothing we just ask them how can we pray for you because it gives them hope and then after that we were there so we watched thousands of we then put on socks and shoes and we gave away blankets sleeping bags hair cuts make over a flu shot glasses dentistry lawyers a job counselling hosting availability we partner with the community and the children alone about massive area double zip line the rock wall climbing pony rides petting zoo face painting balloon an artist and now the vision has grown dialogue leading America we're gonna hold this body in fifty states next year this year next this Saturday twelve states representative from different states of flying to Dallas New York I'm in a we have massive we have Chicago we have New York we have you we have now will land Florida and we have been so banyan or call why not cancer your job is I mean they're playing here to see how does help the poor and the homeless and they will copy it in all the states next year one day twenty twenty were in the whole America with celebrate Jesus in the same day how great is that Niles Susie let me ask you you listed off an awful lot of stuff is happening and I did not hear the magic words cake or cake like substance well we have some cupcakes okay okay yeah so we have a birthday party but big body so up there at twelve noon we have a good he is now miss Cinderella she's gonna sing Happy Birthday Jesus and then we celebrate with five thousand cupcakes we're expecting twelve thousand people Glenn six thousand idea yes the children and six thousand adults are coming three thousand of these children are homeless so you have in the home sounds like you need more cupcakes how can how can people help well Dick we right now we are desperately needing shoes and toys for children and adults calls for adult large two three X. four men decide the biggest largest need corporation care but they could really give us the.
"baylor university" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM
"Was with Baylor University Medical Center in Dallas and then she she resigned that she left there and she she started operation care and and said god leading our life in and this is one of the things are doing and I just I love this story hello Susie good morning Brian how aria I am blessed thank you yeah right all right so you Dallas you're known as the blanket lady and and and that's why they started the ministry giving away blank at after my husband of nine years disappeared from my home he was in the military committed suicide from a mental illness he developed chemical imbalance called serotonin deficiency and then left disappeared thirty days and what's missing we found his body in Oklahoma and when we found him he had been dead for thirty days only on him in a ravine and the heels of a coca and he was hiding there and the farmer found his car and the farmer only would go there once a month and that's how his car was found but she was missing March ninth we discovered him April eighth nineteen ninety three I'm sorry to hear that Susie but that changed your life you started getting involved the homeless here in Dallas is started giving way blankets and now you're doing a birthday party for Jesus which I I've always I've always ask my kids and everybody thinks I'm I'm making this up I think every Christmas dinner you should sing Happy Birthday and you should have candles on the cake you know maybe not you know twenty twenty but you know you should have candles on the cake it because it's Jesus birthday yes Sir yeah I'm so that's really what happened after my husband committed suicide the lord's put in my heart to help the homeless under the bridge living in downtown Dallas and then the beginning I really said no I'm not going to do that they're crazy they just like free stuff and I could not stand homeless people and the thing was I asked god what can I do for him after my husband died because I choose joy so I asked god what can I do for you so I tell you Glenn do not ask god what can you do for him if you're not prepared he'll tell you what yeah it's gonna take you out of your comfort zone yeah that's what it all started about what does a blank at the industry so they called me back at lady for eight years that was what I did as a supervisor in Baylor hospital at the same time I was helping the homeless then god gave me a big they shine of the holding this massive birthday party for Jesus where the guests are the homeless and the poor well done us forward so that we started that in two thousand four so now we're sixteen years old Dallas convention center the nation's largest event for the homeless and the poor with ten thousand to twenty one thousand people so we have thirty seven hundred volunteers that come in one day to serve the poor and homeless and the heart of the ministry is prayer high and evangelism we tell them what god we don't force nothing we just ask them how can we pray for you because it gives them hope and then after that we will so we want them to be then put on socks and shoes and we give away blankets sleeping bags hair cuts make over a flu shot glasses dentist we lawyers a job counselling hosting availability we partner with the community and the children alone have a massive air yeah Dave's zip line the rock wall climbing pony rides petting zoo face painting balloon artist and now the vision has grown data leading America we're gonna hold this body in fifty states next year this year next this Saturday twelve states representatives from different states of flying to Dallas New York I'm in a we have massive we have Chicago we have New York we have you we have now will land Florida and we have been so banyan or call why not cancer a Georgia I mean dad flooding here to see how does help the poor and the homeless and they will copy it in all the states next year one day twenty twenty were in the whole America with celebrate Jesus in the same day how great is that smells Susie let me ask you you listed off an awful lot of stuff is happening and I did not hear the magic words cake or cake like substance well we have some cupcakes okay okay yeah so we have a birthday party but big body so up there at twelve noon we have a good he is now Mr door latches gonna sing Happy Birthday Jesus and then we celebrate with five thousand cupcakes we're expecting twelve thousand people Glenn six thousand idea yes the children and six thousand adults are coming three thousand of these children are homeless so you have in the.
"baylor university" Discussed on KNSS
"Was with Baylor University Medical Center in Dallas and then she she resigned that she left there and she she started operation care and and said god leading our life in and this is one of the things are doing and I just I love this story hello Susie good morning glad how aria I am blessed thank you yeah right all right so you Dallas you're known as the blanket lady and and and that's why they started the ministry giving away blank at after my husband of nine years disappeared from my home he was in the military committed suicide from a mental illness he developed chemical imbalance called serotonin deficiency and then left disappeared thirty days and what's missing we found his body in a toke Oklahoma and when we found him he had been dead for thirty days only on him in a ravine and the skills of the coca and he was hiding there and the farmer found his car and the farmer only would go there once a month and that's how his car was found but she was missing March ninth we discovered him April eighth nineteen ninety three I'm sorry to hear that Susie but that changed your life you started getting involved the homeless here in Dallas is started giving way blankets and now you're doing a birthday party for Jesus which I I've always I've always ask my kids and everybody thinks I'm I'm making this up I think every Christmas dinner you should sing Happy Birthday and you should have candles on the cake you know maybe not you know twenty twenty but you know you should have candles on the cake it because it's Jesus birthday yes Sir yeah and so that's really what happened after my husband committed suicide the lord's put in my heart to help the homeless under the bridge living in downtown Dallas and the new beginning I really said no I'm not going to do that they're crazy they just like free stop and I could not stand homeless people and the thing was I asked god what can I do for him after my husband died because I choose joy so I asked god what can I do for you so I tell you Glenn do not ask god what can you do for him if you're not prepared yeah he'll tell you what yeah he's gonna take you out of your comfort zone yeah that's what it all started about what's does a blank at the industry so they called me back at lady for eight years that was what I did as a supervisor in Baylor hospital at the same time I was helping the homeless then god gave me a big bouchon of the holding this massive birthday party for Jesus where the guests are the homeless and the poor well done us forward so that's we started that in two thousand four so now we're sixteen years old Dallas convention center the nation's largest event for the homeless and the poor with ten thousand to twenty one thousand people so we have thirty seven hundred volunteers that come in one day to serve the poor and homeless and the heart of the ministry is prayer high and the budget listen we tell them what god we don't force nothing we just ask them how can we pray for you because it gives them hope and then after that we were there so we watched thousands of feet then put on socks.
"baylor university" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Click she had a protection of a notice protection against them. Same guy is a name is he's thirty eight years old. John Ford, they found him in her pool so much protection. These are you kidding me was in her pool? Yes, that's correct security at Jenner household. She's now they couldn't have been home, right? She was not home, but he was arrested twice by L A police convicted of trespassing at her home. She filed a protection order, and there he wasn't her pool that hot is that. Actually, the breaststroke. Deporting eastern Canada is nice polite Canadians. We the north now he's been escorted to an airport and put on a flight to on -tario sending him to the Dominican. Did you say genie's the new minibar tester? The job hard rocks, new job open again. Gosh, there's this melanoma volley. Russell's ward, or melanoma, had they'll call me got melanoma heads. Come mysterious mystery mass on the moon. Scientists at Baylor University discovered them as it appears to be a huge lump. Yeah. Mystery mass on the moon service is actually where I guess, something hit the moon and four billion years ago, and they don't know what it. Yeah. Well, we never heard about a mystery mass in the moon before the Chinese run the dark side. Yeah. It builds throwing that out there Bill things say, like you know, you know, the drill through the whole moon and came out the other side. And this is what the result is. They general. You know that we wouldn't be here without our moon. Our moon is very, very true. So it's just amazing that it's this big as it is. And this is why all these plans and colonies and drilling on the moon. And you know, zero lot line housing developments. I'm against this. We need the moon. Leave it alone. Did they find out there's oil up there? Gosh. Yeah. Forget Mars sort of the moon, right? Stanley Cup final goes down to a deciding game seven. Okay, Billy what's going to happen? Are you going to be in tomorrow on time? He's, he's slept. He's hydrated. Escaped sharpen stretched, we stretch, how many helmets you get it just in case when it gets knocked off. You got like four or five. With the blues, the black and blues. They might dirty teams are rough, so that's a cheap shot team. Don't ask me. I don't wanna hear it. You know, it's true. So if they if the stick, and they trip the guy and there's no call are you going to be like, super upset again, and that's Karen on sports? Perfect. They call it tripping a slew foot. A slow foot. I don't know. I by the way, little factoid you would think that this has happened a lot in burns of since nineteen twenty four is the raiders game seven Stanley Cup final in Bruins history really at home. That's incredible place is going to be an electric factory. And if they win. Oh my God. Oh, forget it for the Boston will be shut down for days. Oh. Anything unless put two and a half months vis drought. Must end Karen. How many days Bill because you're muster, there's a sign somewhere. It's in the nineties. Maybe maybe get the women's soccer team to come help you kick some serious. Butt off. Just Alex Morgan. That's all we need right? She, I think she had three goals or five goals that if they beat the Thailand team, they beat them thirteen zip and they dominated in size and scoring apparently Jenny said that Thailand teams kind of diminutive little petite. Yeah. At least. They came out and Austin, it's like Goliath. And then these lands. Oh my God. These girls ball over their head. It was it was kind of looked like they were playing a why team. Unfair. Yeah. They're little this is actually the World Cup in France. And so they will go on to face, Chile, so Borelli. They have big little short people with big lungs from the Andes. The chilean. Listen. Congratulations line at the end of the shake hands. There are places patted them on the head. Big, big pappy big Papi. He's doing fine. And he is in the hospital right now in stable condition resting after undergoing a second surgery for gunshot wound. So what happened in the Dominican probably? I'm seriously, you know that. So his wife said in a statement that he will remain in the ICU for several days, but that he's doing very well, the doctors at Mass General, we're like, what are all these minibar bottles doing in them? There. You know what's going on down there? Well, that wraps up rabbit fire. That's right. Hey, coming up next to we've all joked about it. But it makes sense. The Rolling Stones have a Alex great well in age related sponsor for the new tour. No useful. Well you're not far off. We got that some other headlines coming up next here. Gin and Bill Gorski and Joyce Calvin anytime, anywhere subscribe to a fulling podcast right now. School podcasts Spotify, and Alexa news.
What's Up with the New 'Tesla Tower'?
"Hey, brain stuff listeners for all you fans of true crime investigations. There's a new podcast from glamour, and how stuff works Marcus Hanna. Devante Abigail, Jeremiah and Sierra were all black children adopted by two white women, Sarah and Jennifer heart. It looked as if the hearts were the perfect family, but their lives ended in a murder suicide. Car crash shocked their friends and made national headlines starting Semper forth with new episodes every Tuesday co host Justin and Elizabeth follow. The families beta journey. You can listen subscribe to broken hearts spelled H A R T S on apple podcasts the iheartradio app or wherever you listen to podcasts. Welcome to brain stuff from how stuff works. Hey, brain stuff. Lauren Bogle Bon here late in twenty eighteen APIs does called visit technologies. Formerly tech Saen completed a tower off of I thirty five near Milford, Texas with its laddis style. Structural supports and bulbous top it bears a distinct resemblance to Nikola Tesla's warden cliff tower sometimes called the tesla tower which was an ill-fated power project envisioned by the famous engineer in the early twentieth century the tower was meant to provide free energy all over the planet using wireless technology but instead wound up scrapped by creditors. After tesla couldn't pay the mortgage on the property visits vision statement, rendered in all caps on its website is to power the planet and bring light to the world indicating that its primary goal is indeed power related. They're aiming to offer epic trinity without traditional infrastructure as part of the partnership with Baylor University. If it's anything like tesla system, it could also offer new ways to send signals for radio communications. And. Global positioning systems, and it could bring city to the one point three billion people worldwide who don't have it and don't have the infrastructure to get it. According to company literature. The endeavor relies heavily on what are called zanuck surface waves these waves named for Jonathan Senic a twentieth century, physicist and electrical engineer are electromagnetic waves that harnessed earth surface is a sort of wave guide or conduit for electricity and communications signals so powerful that they enveloped the entire planet without the need for wires. Unlike so many other types of transmissions zanuck waves don't suffer degradation from challenges like solar flares lightning or other electromagnetic pulses sounds like a fairly straightforward corporate experiments so far right setup. Power transmitters in one location. And then the receivers in another tweet the variables of it. And then determine if you can make your theories work in real world conditions. The thing is when it comes to Nikola Tesla's legacy. Nothing is simple. His legend is fertile ground. Not only for real modern science. But also for fringe theories of all kinds down the rabbit hole. Wego let's review. In nineteen forty-three, tesla a brilliant possibly mentally ill. Scientist died in the hotel. He was living in US officials immediately seized the scientists research a partially in hopes of finding plans for a secret death-ray particle beam weapon. And of course, also to prevent access spies from getting their hands on any useful. Scientific revelations hundreds of pages of those documents were subsequently classified and went missing. It wasn't until two thousand sixteen that a freedom of information act. Forced authorities to unveil some of those papers it's possible that Tesla's tower had potential applications in some sort of particle Ray weapon, hence, the classified files. Some have even taken to calling device a piece Ray a kind of defense system that the war hating tesla created to prevent countries from attacking each other a powerful invisible. Wall of force that would keep enemies at bay without resorting to violence of bullets or bombs flash. Forward to modern times fringe, there's pounced. On the fact that to a visit technologies top leaders are ex-military with histories and ballistic missile defense. This at a time when the US commander in chief is speaking about a space-based missile defense system and the residence of Milford Texas, reasonably worried about the towers purpose. But there's more when tesla died in nineteen forty-three and US authorities snapped up his research, they called in a well, regarded electrical engineer from MIT to sift through the papers and note, anything useful. That engineer was Dr John g Trump uncle to President Donald Trump after valuating Tesla's work, John Trump scoffed at many of the geniuses ideas as speculative, but why then were these documents classified for so long? And is it just a coincidence that visits tower was constructed after Trump family member was elected to office? Visit technologies did not respond to the request of the house of works editorial staff for comment on the story. But Michael Taylor. Vice president of communications at visit had indicated. Located previously that the first rounds of testing involved low-power waves that wouldn't have any negative effects on humans or animals and has said that the company only wants to improve the lives of people in the community and quote the world around us. As of June two thousand eighteen the company had planned to conduct tests for perhaps six months to a year. And then use those results to reevaluate its future plans for further experiments as to what sort of plans, those might be. We'll just have to wait and see. Today's episode was written by Nathan Chandler and produced by Tyler clang for iheartmedia, and how stuff works for more on this and lots of other electrifying topics. Visit our home planet. How stuff works dot com. Mating matters is why we do what we do. I'm Dr Wendy, Walsh, psychologist and relationship. Guru. And I've got a new podcast that explores the secret evolutionary motivation for human behavior. Mating matters listening. Subscribe at apple podcasts or on the iheartradio app or wherever you listen to your podcasts.
"baylor university" Discussed on 710 WOR
"It's called silica how we put Boswell Lia Franken Simpson there for pain, and stiffness and inflammation. It really worked quite well. And then we have to collagen thousand milligram tablet. Daryl I'm special. Now, I also put bio curcumin five blocks in on special because that works differently than collagen. Collagen stabilizes and rebuilds. Where buyer Kirkman fodder auction is a quick fix for pain. It's a quick fix for pain. It's too herbs. One is Boswell era, which is known as frankencense we called up to five locks because of the pathway of blocks of blocks to five partners pathway, and the other one is bio curcumin, which is very absorbable turmeric the career. Turmeric is great for joint pain and back pain, but it's hard to absorb. So by making it the buyer curcumin, which is a smaller size and more water. Soluble you absorb it more easily. You don't need as much. So there's a number of studies comparing either the five lakh Shen or to bio Kirkman to drugs like Advil, Aleve and celebration, and it works as well as infected tends to work a little bit better. And then there's a number of studies where they've used both and compare them to drugs. So here's some of those studies. These are patients. What rheumatoid arthritis? Rheumatoid arthritis is a very painful destructive dangerous arthritis, and by the way, this Baylor University down in Texas. An aide them either. Celebrate. Oh, I'm sorry. They gave me the dike low Fennac never take Dikhil low fanatic. I have to tell you. If you talk to put you on DIKO fanatic. It's a dangerous drug. It shouldn't be sold. It should be outlawed should be taken out of the pharmacies. It should be banned dyke. Low Fennac is also called Voltaren it can give you a heart attack. It can give you a stroke, you heart failure. It could cause arrhythmias atrial fibrillation. Fifty percent of people on Dakhla finnick have side effects from fifty percent of people. This is real. It's a lot more dangerous than Celebrex Advil or Aleve. It should not be used, but it's very powerful for reducing inflammation and pain. So in this study people had a really vicious type of arthritis. It's a dangerous type of wealth rightous because it could destroy your joint. You could take away your your livelihood. Your independence. I mean, imagine a musician with rheumatoid arthritis where it destroyed the joints in their fingers. They lost their livelihood or sports figure. Didn't something like that happened to her Clapton. I have to look into that in any event. Patients with rheumatoid arthritis were randomized into groups one group Kat bio, curcumin, five Lacson up. No, no buyer Kirkman. I'm sorry. Buyer, Kirkman alone. The other group Kat Voltaren. Or they got a combination of both. No doubt about it. The bio Kirk this is a very dangerous, very painful very inflammatory arthritis at attacks. While you join shut once. So normally they look at twenty eight hundred at wants to.
"baylor university" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Just up the road in Waco. Some people are furious over a plea deal in a case involving a former president of Baylor University fraternity charged with raping an eighteen year old co Ed behind the fraternity after he allegedly had drugged her textures are weighing in. We were talking about these plea deals happening. What it seems like way too often now and someone said that their experience with prosecutors is that rarely a case like this goes to trial because there's a chance the accused could get acquitted and that results in a loss for the DA which then reflects their abilities as a prosecutor. So if there's a plea deal, no matter how lenient it is. It's a win for them. Very frustrating for investigators who put a lot of time and effort into these slam-dunk cases, only to get these very lenient, please. I I would also like to know how much does the victim gets away. I mean out of matching there's a conversation between the prosecutor in the victim to say, this is what we're thinking. Could a victim stand up and say, absolutely not. I know you're trying to help me avoid going through a lengthy trial. But I want to prosecute him to the fullest. I think in some cases, they do threw a fit, and they bring public attention to it. They put pressure on the DA in this case the DA in Waco is not coming back for another term. They're going to have a new DA starting in January. So this one probably really doesn't care that much. Why not put a hold on it? And wait till the new DA comes in and allow them to to see what they're going to go ahead and say here, you go sign a slap on your wrist carry on with your life. No big deal. No harm. That's what the attorney for. The victim is saying Vic fizzle is saying wait for the new DA to take a look at the case in January makes this even worse. This is Josh in south Austin, ten thirty four with Marc and Melinda. How are you? Josh. Hey, I'm great. And you guys could not have set me up better for my comment. Oh, good. Would you could help out? Really like what I wanted to talk about is ever since I heard about Barack Turner Stanford swimmer who received a three month sentence. Come on my radar. Any you become a lot more aware of these cases where the judge is just continue to give a slap on the wrist for sexual assault. And in a lot of cases with plenty of evidence. And where I think the problem lies is that when when judges start not wanting to quote unquote, ruined these young men's lives for momentary indiscretion, it leads to women not wanting to come forward because it's nothing's going to happen to these people in the first place, then why does yourself to the trauma of along trial. And if they're not gonna go to if they're not gonna get more than a slap on the wrist. Then what's the point it causes a chilling effect? Yes. That makes perfect sense. Meanwhile, the victim has had a life sentence imposed mares trauma et cetera. She may never get over this. And then if I may on top of that, then people like Brock Turner who don't have criminal history or have. Says something other than sexual assault. Onto position power. They move onto become judges and they pass born the lenient sentence because their life wasn't ruined. So it's it's really a disservice to the women of this country. And it really does perpetuate the rape culture that the left is always talking about ironically. But you know, it does it affects culture as a whole in society, the whole Wendy's lenient sentences can be passed down for heuristic rates. Yes. The women's life forever. In this case in Waco. It's well known the DA's can get any kind of indictment. They want in a grand jury. They have that much power. They control the grand jury setting in this case the DA sought and received four sexual assault indictments, which is crazy. Meaning that time before the grand jury the DA thought. Yes, we need to go all the way. This was a rape. So what changed changed to the fact that? Oh, well, no, maybe we shouldn't pursue this all the way. Right. Josh you have a good one. Thanks so much five one two eight three six zero five ninety for you to call or you to text in Broward County, Florida they gave ninth graders school assignment recently asking the question does the parkland gun Manila's crews deserve the death penalty. Well, some people got upset by that question on the assignment. And now the school district is pulling the assignment saying we regret this. It should not have been presented to the students in ninth grade in this county. How does this keep happening? These things that teachers are presenting to the students Wetherby about this whether it'd be about anti Trump, whether it be about anti Christmas, whatever the case may be how does this keep getting done in these school districts? I would think the school administration would have to have a sign off or a. Yeah, we okay. This is going to be taught in the schools. Is it a free for all? Teachers, just come and teach whatever you want and hand out whatever you want or do whatever you want. That's not the way it's supposed to operate Broward County schools say we apologize. The assignment was insensitive in its content, and we have pulled it the school administration was not aware of this assignment. They said we pay for a subscription based publication from the New York Times, and we use that as a curriculum resource in the New York Times was posing. The question does crews deserve the death penalty? Okay. I'm sorry. Use the New York Times as your curriculum. I often second off are you telling me that just because you subscribe to some curriculum that you're not checking to see what that curriculum is before you go ahead and distribute that to the students I would think that as administrator I'd go. Okay. Yeah. We like a lot of aspects. Of this. But is there anything that we want to keep out of this or? Is this fitting for all of our students that you would definitely know what was being put out there should. Yes. I agree with you completely. That's their responsibility Spencer is in Leander. Welcome aboard with Marc and Melinda. Hey, spencer. Good morning. Spencer. Welcome to KLBJ, right. Five one two eight three six zero five ninety the question in and of itself for ninth graders is not necessarily one I oppose if they're going to have a debate on that type of issue. Well, maybe mentioning someone or something that happened. Not too far from them is a little extreme. I have no problem with them discussing whether lethal injection is something that should still be around. Whether we should have death penalties for anyone. Why just say nNcholas cruise? And I mean, I guess I see your point in saying. Okay. Well, this is a case. We're all familiar with. We know what happened there. Does it make the case for lethal injection or not I can see that? But but you think it hits a little too close to home and painful for the kids a little insensitive to them just in the matter of where they live, and it not be not far removed from it happening. Yes. I not talk about something that happened. You know, go back to something that happened several years before if your kids spend time on screens, and what kids don't these days? This is an important study that you want to keep track of from the American Academy of pediatrics the federal government is spending three hundred million dollars on this study. A long term study of thousands of American kids who are spending hours on screens every day. I pads phones 'electronic devices you name it three hundred million dollars study. And so far they've been doing. Brain scans on nine and ten year olds four thousand five hundred kids have received these brain scans. And what they've learned so far. And this is really important these kids all according to the parents spent seven hours a day or more on a screen. Sorry. Did you say sad, then the seven yes. S E V E N seven hours per day on a screen and the MRI scans are showing premature thinning of the cortex. The brains outermost layer that processes sensory information, so many things so many things three hundred million dollars for a study. I get it's probably costly to brain scans on four thousand kids, but three hundred million dollars on a study. Dust screen time affect children. Yeah. Where's my million dollars? I told you that and second of all spending seven hours a day onscreen. I mean, I'm hoping that they're including what is done during the school day at school in this isn't an additional seven hours once they get home from school because if it is those parents need to be fine for child endangerment. That's just ridiculous. That is an astonishing amount. I'm with you. I hope that includes all the time at school. And then what happens after school? That's remarkable. Yeah. I don't even spend. Well, I guess I do spend that much time that it. I mean, it's for my job suffer. Yeah. But decided tests are saying the point is these are nine and ten year olds the brain is still developing, and and we need to know we need to do this study to find out what we're doing to our kids what we're allowing to happen to our kids, and this will cover them until they're eighteen years old. Why do we need to do to study to find out? I think if you ask any parent that has a kid that spends a lot of time on there. They can tell you that it does affect behavior compared to those that don't spend a lot of time. I think it takes their imagination it affects a lot of things. I don't think you need a study to tell you that there are other layers to this story. We will reveal those for you and more. You can weigh in at five one two eight three six zero five ninety. It's Mark and Melinda. Good morning, ten forty three..
Student accused of rape banned from campus following uproar
"To have the man who pleaded no contest in twenty sixteen Baylor University rape case. Moved from campus says she's pleased with the consequences issued by her university. Take abandoned agreed to a plea deal that allowed him to avoid jail time and to not register as a sex offender after the petition gained more than twenty thousand signatures. The school said Anderson couldn't attend commencement ceremonies and won't be allowed back on campus. We love our school, and we have renewed faith in these kinds of things will will not be happening in the future. Kelsey Casto says she was grateful the school responded so quickly. It's time now
"baylor university" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"Love saying that. Y'all on their Brits say happy Christmas roles without time for some reason. It is terrifying. To think that your daughter could be in a class with a man who was accused of drugging and forcibly and violently raping a nineteen year old girl. Who was a virgin she says. Student Baylor University is more even more terrifying. To find out that this guy, he's accused of this lives in garland, and even doubly terrifying. To find out that he goes to the university of Texas at Dallas. He also works at a real estate. He listened this a Dallas real estate development company. Yeah. Looks like dad got some money like mom and dad got the money. I wonder how he got off. I wonder if there's because a high powered attorney, I believe he did it. I believe this woman, and I believe in the power of shaming when appropriate. I say that all the time right different things. Even if you're in. Like, you know, when I remember when I was in high school, and I was in the having a chain in the showers, and I was chubby, and I was embarrassed. And and you know, I felt some shame and sometimes feeling a little shame. Or maybe, you know, whatever your mouth being a little nasty, whatever Shane can be good. Shame can also be used inappropriately. You know? Poorly wrongly to to hurt somebody. You know what I mean? And that's not okay in this case publicly shaming this guy. Knowing lorries at knowing who he is knowing what he looks like we all need to know this. And the firm that is hiring. This guy has got to be a friend of his family's in my opinion. And if I were this firm, it's a real estate development company, we need to find out what the firm is. And let everybody know. And they'll let let let the firm decided they want to keep this guy. Again, the other part of this is we don't know all the facts. We don't judge says, you know, people mean, well, I think of the social media juggernaut. Think of all the idiots and fools who signed on and donated to that homeless panhandler guy who said he gave his last twenty bucks. So that woman who ran a gas. Remember that it was all why the woman and her husband and the panhandler all conspired was ally in and people across this country gave him four hundred thousand dollars in. So petitions happen all the time and people jump on causes of time people sign up and things all the time and put their names on things like fools in idiots and sheep. And I don't, you know, and they mean, well, I know that. But again, I believe this woman, but we don't know all the facts, we don't know all the facts to we. But I'll tell you this the big question is, and this is where where you come in to contribute is what should happen to this guy. What should the university do? And my first thought was well. He hasn't been convicted of rape. He's not a registered sex offender. He hasn't. He hasn't been convicted. He pleaded no contest. So I'm not contesting the facts. But he's not a convicted rapist, unfortunately. So we can't even say he's a convicted rapist. So. What can a university? Do what what should they do what he wants them to do? And somebody asked on Facebook on the Chris krok show Facebook post of life. We always do the first segment live on WBZ piece Facebook page said we'll find out about this about the registrar's office leapt at no unless there's something you saw that I didn't see executive producer Chris my first day back from bronchitis. A student found out right and shared it publicly. And it went all over social media with their posts and getting signatures. They were up to eighteen thousand last time. I heard or something like that. And by the way exec Chris Chris check check the petition see what the latest is. If you don't mind on what the what the numbers at now. About two very well appears that it was a student Thirty-one-year-old UTD student who was outraged and disgusted. I wonder if she saw his face and class. Here's the thing is. He is. Apparently graduating here this semester. And they're saying they're not going allow them to walk in the graduation. They're not going to allow them to go to graduate school. What's which tells me that he wouldn't you think executive prescription? I think they're going to say that unless he was going to graduate school. Wouldn't you think? So I don't know why. I mean, I don't know. Maybe they're saying that to say it. Yeah. But the leading graduate, and, you know, our guests we don't know for sure guys, but our guests is he's probably got probably got a week left a class UTD. What would you like the university to do? What would you like to see happen in this case? Eight hundred two eight eight WBZ is our number eight hundred to eight eight nine two two seven because I actually thought look I I am all four as I've told you exposing him showing his picture. And his name is Jacob w Anderson. Jacob w Anderson former Baylor student who got no jail time in part of a rape case on the Monday plea Jacob w Anderson and people will say, well, how could you even go to UTD how did he lie if he lied? They should immediately kick them out not lend get his degree, right? But they say in their statement, the university says that we admitted a student without knowing the legal history two years ago, we admitted them this guy's been going to UTD. A guy that is accused and pleaded no contest to being said he raped her repeatedly and drugged her. UT dallas. That's crazy. Isn't it? Eight hundred two eight eight WBZ is our number eight hundred to eight eight nine two two seven. And so there's all sorts of policies guys that he violated. I looked at the policies in the university, executive producer Krista the research for me and pulled up all the policies and for UTD, and what they are, you know, clearly stuff crime rate related academic related and all sorts of stuff. So he violated enough with the charge. So the question is a league legal question. No one can answer. This for me. Can they legally just kick them out summarily and not allowed to graduate? Can they legally? Strip him of anything because saying that right now, the only consequences will you can't participate in the commencement activity. What does that do come on that stupid? But I haven't heard I understand that. But Kimmy sit in a class of my daughter this week. Can you walk on campus? Looks like he can but he won't attend graduate school. He won't be present on campus as a student or as a guest. Well, then how was he graduating in a week or two? But then I go to the other side. And I say legally what can they do? Because you can say well Kwok them out now, and I'm all for that. But you better believe the first call they made was the worst of the UT Dallas attorneys and say, okay, what what can we do? Apparently. Maybe they can't throw them out. Because if they can they should. I don't know can't they can they these questions for a lawyer. That's an expert in this, which I don't know. Can't they kick him out and say, whatever.
Texas Judge Allows Former Baylor Frat President To Sidestep Rape Charge
"Case in New Jersey, Warren Levinson, New York, it's no jail time for a former college fraternity president accused of repeatedly raping a woman. AP correspondent, Tim McGuire. Reports on his successful plea bargain and the victims reaction. Jacob Walter Anderson was expelled by Baylor University losses fraternity presidency after being indicted on charges a raping a fellow student at a frat party in two thousand sixteen. He was able to bargain that case down to a lesser charge. Pled no contest and was fined four hundred dollars and ordered to seek counselling by county. Judge Ralph Struther the woman who accused Anderson of repeatedly raping her during the party is outraged. A family member quotes
Ex-frat president will avoid jail time in sex assault case
"Liangelo, Fox News, judge in Texas has accepted a plea bargaining deal that will allow a former Baylor University fraternity president. Accused of rape to avoid serving jail time. Jacob Walter Anderson was indicted on sexual assault charges in two thousand sixteen la- judge allowed him to plead no contest to a lesser charge of unlawful restraint despite public outcry, you'll pay a four hundred dollar fine. But he does not have to register as a
"baylor university" Discussed on 710 WOR
"There's a very famous pediatrician named Robert Mendelsohn, and he was literally a nationally known pediatrician in the seventies and eighties. He basically made that same argument, and he was very very anti the run up in the vaccines that he was seeing there's an amazing wetter that just appeared in the British medical journal by a woman named Bernadette pager P A J E R. So if you go British medical journal, measles and Bernadette pager, you'll be able to read it and the arguments, she basically makes this is made by many immunologists is that going through the disease process has a very different effect on your immune system than going through the vaccine immunity process. They're very different. And what we're what we've there's a study out of Baylor University that showed that people who had had chicken pox vaccine, but the actual chicken pox had much lower rates of glioma. The most devastating brain cancer in the world. And so there's so much. We don't know about the immune system. But we do know is it going through those illnesses does seem to make your immune system stronger. And so when we short circuit the body, and when we bypass them, we have no idea what the long term effects are. But it's very very scary. And you and you see this with a lot of older people who've had everyone of these diseases and they're super hardy. And meanwhile, our children are fragile and their immune systems are shot, and you have to ask what's the difference the differences they've had all the Ellis's they've been able to fortify their immune system. So he's making a fantastic point. And the reason that we stupidly do that is because of money because of the used to be one hundred thirty million dollars of revenue, and it's almost sixty billion vaccines are big business. Most pugilists make the majority of their revenue from giving vaccine. That's a good point. Do not stop doing what you're doing JBC. Thank you very much. Thank you can get in just thank you for. What you do? I really appreciate it JV handling the book is called how to end the autism epidemic. I'll be back with more stupid. Mistakes next on coast to coast AM, always on your phone, then you'll be happy to know. The coast website is now optimized for mobile users,.
"baylor university" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM
"We're back with Burgess. Oh ensue brought a young kid. How how old is MAC x twenty nine twenty nine. And and he was just telling us a story that when he got out of prison. He met you Carmen, and he said, it's really rare that somebody actually cares. And you reach out and said, I'll help you turn your life around. What what what do you do? But is this. So it it has a back story. I had previously helped him. My ex husband, and I had helped a guy from the I have a dream foundation. And we put him through a private school and just watch him blossom. He now has a family and it won't be job. And you know, just a great we had a great experience with him. But Steve is not like MAC MAC was very chill on your show. Mac is like Will Smith like he's huge fake big big. And so he has such a strong personality that when I pulled him in he kind of pushed me to help all of his friends. So it wasn't just Mack. We helped when I was working like frontlines of one project. There was probably fourteen people that we were getting jobs getting them cards. You know, and you've seen lasting impact. I have seen absolutely lasting impact. I would trust MAC in any situation. And and his friend David who is his best friend, his an MA fighter now and just their their contributors now to society can answer this because probably haven't gonna juvenile system. There's a seventy percent. Reserve rate said recenter those kids go back within months when one artist, Dan because the curriculum and the way they change week this kids, thank and people like MAC helping along you've got down to eighteen percent. This is Baylor university's keep status statistics statistics for for one heart. So the key is is not just being busy is having an impact with these kids can really change what they think and therefore moving forward, and and have an impact on on others like him the name of the book is why stand from freedom to the killing fields of socialism by Burgess Owens Burgess of his day. Just one more sayings. I want you to talk about your.
"baylor university" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed
"We i should be glad don't have any expectations and we're gonna shock the world so tasty secret weapon and you never bring him up but you should be because he'll going to haunt you and you're gonna have bad dreams about him rico gathers out of baylor university out of new orleans originally were he was stayed louisiana's mr basketball can you believe that mr bath well look at this our switch six six to eighty five that's bigger than shannon sharpe that's why watch this this is rico gathers he rain run by db what's going on with that secret weapon had a terrible head injury suffered in training camp last year that cost him the whole year did you know how to you know go behalf don't he says he's okay we'll see a neurologist he's mr basketball you better not into medicine he listened rico gathers could be a star in this league i saw star potential saw monster potential so he might be and i've seen several reports saying the cowboys are just sort of laying in the weeds with rico gathers that they think he is going to be there save your next year they're receiving corps he will be the next jason witten because he has he can obviously do things jayson couldn't do right six to eighty five runs catches jumps wow okay you can scare you can't get how also ply starting to you start in the body cowboy you talk you go talk yourself blue about twelve caves a sprite i don't know about doing own supply.
"baylor university" Discussed on Savage Lovecast
"I'm a licensed massage therapist but l m t jobs will not cut it to cover both my rent plus living expenses it's why i got into the happy ending and i hate that expression business in the first place what am i going to do what many sex workers are going to do is before stout onto the streets some will be forced onto the dark web there was a study done by baylor university economics professor scott cunningham that found when craigslist created it's a roddick services section when craigslist began allowing people to post escort ads the rate of female homicides and i'm quoting here from a piece at the huffington post in us cities fell by seventeen percent when they excluded crimes in which the victim knew her killer such as domestic violence the researchers concluded that sex workers who advertise online spent less time on the streets were there are more likely to face dangerous situations this is what driving sex workers off line means it means women and men are going to die as a result people doing sex work of their own free will and consensually which the overwhelming majority of sex work that is done in this country and people who are being trafficked both groups will be at increased risk of death sex worker and sex worker rights activists mistress matisse longtime friend of the show she is here today to talk with us about sessa and its impact also its impact not just on the sex work community but on all of us and we're gonna keep talking about susta because sesa is an assault on all of our freedoms and is also an attack on women primarily women doing sex work who are going to die women are going to die because they're being driven off line where sex workers had some measure of control and some safety could screen their clients could share information about dangerous clients endanger.
Joshua goes the distance before beating Parker in world heavyweight clash
"To schedule an inspection and get fifteen percent off baylor university paid former football coach art brawls more than fifteen million dollars after firing him in two thousand sixteen in the wake of sexual assault scandal that included allegations against former players that according to newly released tax documents baylor also gave former university president ken starr more than four and a half million after he resigned that same year this after a report that found that the nation's largest baptist university.
Baylor Bears paid former football coach Art Briles $15.1 million after ouster
"Just saw this on espn dot com mark schlabach wrote the story and it says the baylor university paid former coach art brian's fifteen point one million dollars and former president kenneth starr four and a half million dollars after they were forced out in the wake of the university sexual assault scandal in two thousand sixteen according to federal tax forms recently filed by the school thing about how this you know there's so many disgusting things that we would money and just all these things that have happened with these sexual assaults the whole thing with the gymnastics guy and michigan state and all this stuff and you know the the whole situation at baylor if you know the background on it.
"baylor university" Discussed on Are You Real
"Great all right so tell us about you man the so yeah so like you said i live here in austin texas got my wife kate in two kids and my image of my podcasts seminary dropout that's my main passion project i've been doing that for dr i think i think five years i always added up and think that that can't be right because that's too many but i think it is right it's five years i have essentially it's an interview format podcast kinda like like yours john and i get to talk with people that i just have no business talking to that are just way smarter than me have done amazing things in life and it's really just an honor to be kind of someone who brings their message to other people and so i just really absolutely love it a love that i get to do it got an also another podcast as well that's not hasn't been around quite as long but it's called on ramp and it's with me and my co host carrie fisher she's his a professor at baylor university and that podcast is on race through the lens of christianity and so we have some really a what we think are some really important conversations there a white guy she's biracial and so we have a real burden for kind of conversation and getting that out there for the church and yeah man that's that's me man you hit on a write notes down that was interesting about the i didn't know you had another podcast i'm just curious what made you get into that is is there something that you see that's in the church that's actually an issue that you feel i mean obviously you said it's heavy on your heart not your words mind but what made you get into that i'm just curious you know john i think probably the first kernel of how that came about was from some of the people that i was interviewing on seminary dropout and people that were people of color who are also people have faith in writing about that and i just boiled to build a sit their feet and they're just top notch people that have written amazing things and and.
"baylor university" Discussed on The Global Leadership Summit Podcast
"And if i take the next step i'm going to move towards the goal that you have given me as a leader in this generation in this moment and this time in my nation in our story if i take the next step i'm on the way to a god is called me to do instead of me telling you my best steps i wanna tell you about three of my hardest steps and what we can learn from the heart steps of taking the next step you saw in the bumper showing i spent ten years at baylor university pouring into university students on one campus which we did just a few years into that three years into that my father was disabled overnight because of our brain virus he went from bring a brilliant genius artist graphic designer one of the brightest people i note of being physically and mentally disabled over a series of days several brain surgeries later lifesaving surgery later my dad never worked again he never played golf again he never dressed himself again he never fed himself again and for seven years of the ten years we were at baylor that was our reality my dad in atlanta georgia my mom primary caregiver shelly in me in texas saying you you've got a free us to go and help with the situation finally in the in the winter of 1994 nine years into our journey a baylor i felt like god freed us to say you can go help your mom and so we started setting in motion the transition of our ministry we thought at the end of the school year and april will go to atlantis so we set everything up in that order and on the very last day of our 10year ministry at baylor university may first two 1995 the day that all of our board came back former students came back it was the thank you louis and shelly moment ten years of pouring out in this campus environment we miss that ten years celebration because that's the day we buried my father in atlanta georgia.
"baylor university" Discussed on KARN 102.9
"On news radio one or two point nine karn all right so you get these bad this theologian at a seminary a baylor of all places baylor university right there in texas saying that its indisputable that playing football is very very dangerous and and do concussions in the brain injuries and everything and that uh celebrating whether it's uh a super bowl are celebrating the the college football win or whatever is no different the people cheering on the roma gladiators fighting to the death in the old days so what do you think about that and on top of which a high school coach called who is coach football and basketball he said i don't think i've ever seen a where he wasn't it wasn't a high school coach put the the young kids like the pop worn or the future leagues whatever said i don't think i've ever seen a concussion any of my kids in football but i've seen concussions a basketball like what while 501 43 300 nine two lines are jammed of course every time i change calls rollover over a few to try to get through jc mail your on newsradio one or two point nine karn what's up no i don't know where that one guy he's good firm iron that very unlikely it never had um need their own look up there's a new one of the documentary made fucking solve your they'll call bell ring the silent killer and as about out laws that kids have by playing football and ford okay was called the silent killer the bell ringer the bell ringer okay thus silent killer well and there was actually i i grew up mauled heaven help arkansas called id and there was actually a kid i think a year or two ago that died from its ebrd oh my goodness he uh yeah he and it's because a lot of kids won't tell their coach did they have a concussion because they don't know the sons of looking here a lot of kids we'll get a concussion and not know that they have won in plain ended up getting a brain or or don't wanna stop playing concussion or not right exactly they don't want yeah they don't wanna be taken off the team or lose tangible scholarship uh bell ringer the visible brain injuries on at and a couple of years ago yeah yeah wow i.
"baylor university" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"The seat licenses and there is still going to buy their tickets we think of that well i i mean uh i love the the the philosophy and we certainly hope that's true in you know for us we have ranges for the baylor bear foundation anywhere from two hundred dollars all the way up to sixty thousand dollars per year and so you know how it impacts each and every one of those individuals i think you know the some degree will be different but i think just overall philosophically uh i you know i hope he's writing in i would certainly support his comments mr roads thanks for talking with his today robert congratulations on a great career and uh happy new year and i wish you and your family all the very best thank you thank you very much mac roads director of athletics at baylor university to winter storm that worked its way up the east coast this week brought more than just snow to new england many communities along the coastline there are dealing with major flooding from member station wgbf h in boston craig lemoult reports up in down the massachusetts coastline community saw icy cold atlantic waters racing through the streets in into homes and businesses at the landing restaurant with sits over the harbor in marble had massachusetts less than twenty miles of the coast revulsed in general manager robert schuman says they opened hatches in the floor to relieve some of the pressure from the waves pounding from below a video shows the water rushing down a hallway in the restaurant one of them just yet there was about a twofoot wave came into the kitchen what am i caught behind the line with the are dancing on the fought they've they've been so we've had a good amount of pretty quick to minnelli says he seen water com in the restaurant before but never like this that because the tide broke records hayden practice with the national weather service that was the highest ever recorded since official alum records began in the early 1920s an unusually high astronomical tide coincided with the strongest wins of the store further down the coastline massachusetts governor charlie baker visited the coastal town of scituate today even shown were the force of the waves broke through a see walk allowing water to rush into the.
"baylor university" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"The being dropped from the lawsuit against baylor university a couple of things here friday one is attorney was speaking after jasmine hernandez's decision today was to remove our riles and former bill rating emma call from a from a lawsuit that the at baylor university by ultimately settled with hernandez and as she was one of the original if not the original um a victim it came forward after seventy elliott back in two thousand twelve a former baylor football player um you know was she she said that the debt he violated a raped her and you know talent up seventy elliott is now serving twenty years in prison and so hernandez you know the university settles with her and i don't know if part of the settlement was to remove our riles me i'm a call from a lawsuit i have absolutely no idea the eight could be part of that settlement but if i'm art riles friday i'm time attorney to shut the bleep up because right now the last thing that you want is to be an headlights you you you you want to disappear you want to lay low until openings do come up next year and i still don't yet because his name is still toxic the all out lutely but now guess what front page of every single major sports website and nonsports website that's how big this story is is our brows attorney says he'll be back in coaching next year i'm talking about trump i'm firing my attorney wait what you wait what did you say he also went onto listen to this quote he says quote art feels badly for anybody who was hurt at all whether andrew naylor or otherwise he's still got a soft heart for a victim of any crime at all he's cognizant of that do not that's not the lawyer speaking that's the lawyer same with our brows told him say that's one of the you afars lower because he's not stay there without our brows consent i believe those are browse words coming out of the wars mouth the lawyers the lawyer should be saying that he wants back in football the lawyer should be saying anything for art riles the the art vials needs to lay low end the low like like.