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Fresh update on "becky" discussed on Oklahoma Real Estate On The Move with Becky Ivns

Oklahoma Real Estate On The Move with Becky Ivns

04:34 min | 6 hrs ago

Fresh update on "becky" discussed on Oklahoma Real Estate On The Move with Becky Ivns

"And you have to get a minimum of 7.55% chlorine for it to work and then you need to do two bottles. Her room in your house. And don't let it set 48 hours. You've got to let it sit 72 hours and you come back in. You have to run all the water again. Let the chlorine seat back out, and then you take the sample back in. And I knock on wood. I haven't had one in probably 600. In the last year and a half that I've done that have come back that haven't come back where they're positive, but that that chlorine percentage is really, really important, particularly with the goal of its typically that those that collects on the pipes and the well right that's correct and So to clean those pipes. You're going to have to have a pretty strong solution with chlorine in it, and you have to let it sit there for the right amount of time. A lot of people just want to go do it and flush it out and think it's okay. And you just You have to let it set for well, The old way of doing it was like except for 24 hours. And then Let it flush out. You have to let it run for like Two hours or something like that. But you said you have to run and run it until you can't smell the bleach anymore. Make sure you get all the bleach. Uh, 7.55%. You're gonna smell that bleach all I'm telling you, that's a That's something. I'm always do my best to prepare them for for 72 hours. You better you know, bleach has changed. Clorox has changed over the years. It has a thickener in it now. Uh, because people got upset because they pour Clorox in there and it splashes and then it whatever they have on or other laundry sitting there, it would bleach it out. So Clorox put a thickener in there to keep it from splashing so readily interesting, So I'm not sure that Whether you want that down your water pipes or not, right, But people can call you and just have well and septic. That's correct. That's correct. We do just what water well, and we do Sanitation to. Yeah. Are all in the same just kind of Works in tandem. I encourage it listener. If you are wondering about what kind of inspection you're needing everything go to Becky Ivan's dot com Click on Becky's favorites. You can go to call us first inspections, your websites great looking at just all the different things that you do. With that now another one That's on there is fireplaces. No, what's needed an inspection in a fireplace fire fireplace is a couple of things. The number one thing that we find is cracked fire brick. That's really the, uh, the number one thing we find, you know, we check for the damper. It's very, very difficult for home inspector to really give you a good indication as to whether the flu is working for correctly or not, unless you like to fire and let it run and you sit there and And we just normally don't do that. Well, light it. Make sure we get a picture of it. Operating correctly will operate the damper to make sure it works. And then we'll look as as as well as we can look back up as far as the flu, but you can't see a foot foot and a half up into the flu, even if you get your head all the way under there, But the fire brick back in the back if it's turned completely white And if it's starting to crack, then you need to get a chimney. Sweep out and look at it. And they have a special mortar and brick for fireplaces. You can't just go get a little tube of driveway seal. To do that with no, That's exactly right. And you know, that's one of those things Mark you and I've talked about this before on an inspection, But that really gets into, uh, specialty place and if we see We really want to make sure we air on the side of caution there and getting a chimney sweep. Some specialist in the to do that part is really important. So the firebreak turns white. Uh yeah. How what's happened? And I'm not sure I've ever heard that before that the firebreak turns white, and when it turns white, you can actually take your finger and you can run your finger on and it will just simp off, just like the efflorescence would do down in the basement. But you and if it's starting to do that, and fall off when it when it gets colder than the bricks just kind of crumbling. Yeah, so then it becomes a fire hazard. That's correct with it. And then you know, they've got against kind of like the scoping. There. They've advanced so much. They've got solutions now that they can put on that, that relatively in exchange. That's why I love having Scott on here. I always learn something new. We're going to be back to more. We'll learn some more stuff. Oklahoma real estate on the move. NewsRadio 1000 Katie! Okay, driving home with Lee Matthews, Darci Lynne. My lips are sealed, except when they're not the tourists coming through the Stride Bank center in Enid, Oklahoma..

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"becky" Discussed on Good Inside with Dr. Becky

Good Inside with Dr. Becky

04:56 min | 4 d ago

"becky" Discussed on Good Inside with Dr. Becky

"Final caller is chris Hi dr becky. My name is chris. I live in new york. I have almost three year old and a five almost five months old having a tricky time with my husband. I you know trying to work and Work at my parenting and myself. My husband not really. I'm bored and he won't that. I can pop video physically in front of him and her watcher video a couple times. He's done it for won't follow on his own. Something that will happen often is when my son is fussing or having some kind of an issue he my husband will say. Stop crying or being crybaby. I t don't tell me it's been crybaby and there was a way that i gotta isn't so good. But how do i help him. Please help with like a script or something to help. Get him to soften up and saying i tried to flip it and say because i could tell you having a tough time sir. Right like we're right here but it doesn't always work in the moment and then my husband just like no credit works. He stopped my town. That i'd away help Get my husband on board and how to help in a situation like that where he says you know you're being a crybaby stop grind by. Hi chris this is a really important situation to talk through. And i think it's so similar to so many things i hear from other people..

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Fresh update on "becky" discussed on Oklahoma Real Estate On The Move with Becky Ivns

Oklahoma Real Estate On The Move with Becky Ivns

01:24 min | 6 hrs ago

Fresh update on "becky" discussed on Oklahoma Real Estate On The Move with Becky Ivns

"By Delta. I'm Pam, who sell Fox News. More than 194,000. New infections were recorded yesterday, according to Johns Hopkins University. That's the most since January. CDC director Dr Rochelle Walensky says we can turn this around through vaccination and other efforts. If we take the steps that are necessary to squash the amount of disease that is there now we can do so in a matter of weeks last night, she told Fox News. The White House is looking at a national vaccine mandate. She later clarified on Twitter, saying that is not the case. More and more companies are mandating vaccines Disney and WalMart, two of America's largest employers, announcing that they are now going to be requiring their employees to be vaccinated. Now over at Disney, all salaried and non union hourly employees in the U. S must be vaccinated. Workers who are working on side but are not yet vaccinated. Must do so within the next 60 days, and all new hires have to be fully vaccinated to begin their jobs. Fox is Kevin Corke. In all corners of the country mask mandates are returning in New Orleans and indoor mask mandate is being implemented regardless of vaccination status in Dallas County, Texas, Anyone entering a courthouse must be wearing a mask. The mandate was made despite Governor Greg Abbott's order to bar mask mandates statewide. If you live in the Denver area, you'll want to.

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Why Is Parenting Exhausting and Isolating?

Good Inside with Dr. Becky

01:50 min | 4 d ago

Why Is Parenting Exhausting and Isolating?

"Yes. That's my first reaction. Yes parenting is exhausting. It's exhausting it's difficult and if you feel alone in doing it it's isolating and of course that adds up to feeling all types of distress including resentment so i would give yourself some credit. I n give yourself permission. Credit might sound like. I'm doing a lot. I'm doing so much day in and day out. I am getting through tough moments dealing with difficult behavior. I am depleted. And i keep going. I am amazing in that way. Of course my body feels all of that work. Of course this leads to feelings and not particularly pleasant ones toward my partner. Who sounds like he's working really hard but not in this exact same emotionally exhausting way. I'm doing a lot. And i'm allowed to be feeling the exact way i'm feeling now. That's just a star. I know that's not all. I keep thinking about this word. Recognition or acknowledgment. In terms of how isolated. You are in this experience that it's one thing to be parenting and dealing with difficult behaviors and meltdowns and all those really tricky moments. And it's another thing for nobody to know about it right. It's like the nobody knowing about it. That can make us feel crazy. Someone acknowledging what's happening doesn't take away from the part of experience that's exhausting but it does help us feel seen helps us with the part. That feels so alone. And whenever we feel someone's presence in our distress the distress becomes a little bit more

Fresh update on "becky" discussed on Wall Street Watch Dog

Wall Street Watch Dog

00:05 sec | 9 hrs ago

Fresh update on "becky" discussed on Wall Street Watch Dog

"Oh, my God. Becky! Becky, are you okay? My arm. I think it's broken. Can you bend it? It's already been in the wrong direction. I can't believe this. I'm so sorry. I only had a few drinks. I was just buzzed. Really just buzzed. Yeah, I swear. Well, in that case, my arm is fine. Ah, that's better. You're really okay. You're serious, Becky. No genius. I'm not serious. Oh, my arm. It hurts. Bus driving. Maybe we should stop acting like it's no big deal buzzed driving is drunk, driving a public service announcement brought to you by the U. S. Department of Transportation. The ad council in this station. Introducing the Y M C A. What? You already know the Why or so you think? Sure you know the Y for a swim or workout, even a game of hoops..

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'Deshaming' Challenging Moments for Your Child

Good Inside with Dr. Becky

02:34 min | Last week

'Deshaming' Challenging Moments for Your Child

"I have two ideas i wanna share de shaming and helping your child get ready for a challenging moment. Let's go through those. And i'll model some strategies along the way number one d shaming. What what does this even mean. Well inch enroll. Our kids are over well-named by our capability. Let's even think about the i. I don't know our of a kids day right when they wake up when they get dressed when they brush their teeth when they get their cereal ready when they think about the homework maybe they have to finish when they packed their bag when they have to remember to get a coat. All of these items are things that even eight-year-old really has to think through and probably messes up along the way. Meanwhile they see us already dress. They see that we're having our coffee. They see that we can reach everything in the cabinet even things they can't reach yet they hear us say. Hey you forgot your water bottle again clearly. Indicating that remembering something easy for us and yet difficult for them. There's no inherent problem here. We know well we're adults. We figured out a lot of things along the way but our kids don't know that and one of the reasons so many kids shutdown is not only because something is hard but they feel ashamed that something's hard because they feel alone in all the challenges of daily life. so how can we d- shame. This how can we add connection. How can we normalize having a hard time we can all. I think do a lot better modeling making mistakes and struggling. This can be something so simple. You do in front of your son. One day you could be zip. Bring up your cope and instead of doing it mindlessly and being successful struggle with it all the zipper so stuck still didn't work. okay. One second becky. Deep breath try again. I didn't do it yet. I know i can do this. Meanwhile your son is just kind of happening to witness this right. Even though of course you kind of knew. You're going to do this in front of him. You don't have to look at him. After and say see. Things are hard for me. Also actually i would say. Don't do that play a cool and just trust that. Your child is going to feel a little less alone the next time. Anything is a struggle for

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Fresh "Becky" from Gaydos and Chad

Gaydos and Chad

00:49 sec | 19 hrs ago

Fresh "Becky" from Gaydos and Chad

"Stories on Arizona's news Station Katya Our news Friday ride home is not over. But it's looking a little bit better. Here's detoured and in the Valley Chevy dealers traffic center. Well, it sure is in the crash department anyway, Becky Lynch, Things have taken a turn here for the better one on one westbound. No crash that did not get cleared is still there at 59th Avenue. Heads up for collision there. Also, I can eastbound 27th Avenue just approaching the I 17 stack interchange new wreck coming in there as well. But I promise for the moment, that's it for the freeway, Rex. Couple of service tree wreck. This has been deep all afternoon, but getting better. 115th Avenue and Bell wrote a crash and Indian school West 19th Avenue. You're going to get a record? Well, this trafficking for brought to you by truly know it. Pests are hard to get rid of on your own. Get $50 off Pest control when you schedule a free inspection today, truly Nolan dot.

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COVID-19 Delta Variant Runs Rampant in the U.S.

Arizona's Evening News

01:37 min | 2 weeks ago

COVID-19 Delta Variant Runs Rampant in the U.S.

"The delta varying it is more contagious K to ours. Peter Seymour joins us live from the news centre. Becky Valley Wise hospitals in Arizona have 12 Covid 19 patients Right now. We had one patient in the hospital 3.5 weeks ago that had covid 19 disease, so Certainly starting to see an increase again. Dr. Michael White and former CDC director Richard Bessler hope the slight surge doesn't mean worse things to come. If everyone were to get vaccinated with this vaccine, there'll be less virus spreading around less likelihood that there would be very in submerging that we would need a new vaccine for like a booster shot. Public health leaders and hospitals are still measuring The Delta variance mark in Arizona as coronavirus cases and hospitalizations remain steady. But Los Angeles County reports a spike of 3000 cases in the past three days. So who needs to be concerned any area where there's a lower rate of vaccination you're going to see spread, and it's going to vary by neighborhood here in New Jersey, where I am my community 76% of adults are fully vaccinated the next town over its 44% health leaders in L. A county. He blamed the unvaccinated who catch the delta variant in the valley. Dr. White believes that variant is making his dozen covid 19 patients sicker just here. Over the last few days, we're starting to see people that are presenting that are more acutely ill needing more intensive care. Last month, the unvaccinated made up 92% of Arizona's coronavirus cases. Dr White calls this all the more reason to take your covid 19 shots where we are now within the Covid 19 pandemic isn't a lot better place than we

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Warren Buffett & Charlie Munger: Taking the High Road

Squawk Pod

01:42 min | 3 weeks ago

Warren Buffett & Charlie Munger: Taking the High Road

"Warren buffett. And charlie munger have been business partners more than five decades. We were sort of made for each other. We've never had an argument in this whole time. We are strong minded in that time. The pair have built berkshires. Unique portfolio companies brands like the nsf. Railway geico duracell see's candies and basically left them alone. The way to get a good partner was to be a good partner and these are very effective ideas and they just work so fabulously well and they worked so well at berkshire. I caught up with squawk box. Anchor becky quick. Hi how are you. I'm good how are you over. Zoom about the buffett. Munger magic neither one of them ever really wanted to work for bosses or have a boss or work in corporate culture. They both said that they wouldn't survive it. They'd get fired. And i think that's why berkshire is the way that it is. They like to let people have their autonomy. They like to let the. They've got more than sixty businesses that they own outright and they let the managers run those businesses for a company that is now one of the ten biggest companies in the world by market capitalization. It's an incredibly decentralized organization. I mean there's twenty five people at the headquarters in omaha which by the way they don't even have a building that they run their corporate headquarters out of they. They lease a couple of floors from somebody else. And that's where the whole thing's run run from. If i were to tell you the details of this you'd think it was a scam. You know that. I'm going to tell you about one of the ten largest companies in the world. That's run out of these. Two floors in our mohammed. Twenty five people Okay yeah where. Where's the bridge that you want to sell me on top of that right.

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"becky" Discussed on Good Inside with Dr. Becky

Good Inside with Dr. Becky

04:15 min | 3 weeks ago

"becky" Discussed on Good Inside with Dr. Becky

"I'm dr becky and this is good inside. I'm a clinical psychologist and mom of three on a mission to rethink the way we raise our children. I love translating deep thoughts about parenting into practical actionable strategies that you can use in your home right away. One of my core beliefs is that we are all doing the best we can with the resources. We have available to us in that moment so even as we struggle in even as we are having a hard time on the outside we remain good inside today. we'll be talking about parental preference those.

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"becky" Discussed on Good Inside with Dr. Becky

Good Inside with Dr. Becky

08:27 min | Last month

"becky" Discussed on Good Inside with Dr. Becky

"To feel the pride. Our next caller is jill. Hi dr becky. My name is jill. I live in los angeles. I have two kids. I have a boy who's five and a girl who's three. And i wanted to call because i've really been thinking about something I buy into this idea that we're not supposed to tell our kids. Good job all the time right that too much. Praise makes kids. Just wanna look for external validation from people all the time I've talked to my family about it in our caregivers about it. But i'll also say that it's just kind of awkward and unnatural and it sort of doesn't get supernatural so at home i find myself always holding back. I see you building those blocks. I see you practising drying. I see you coming to the table. I noticed that you were really cooperative. When it was some to get ready for school this morning fine i can do that. I find also really hard. When i'm out with my kids so i'm at my son's soccer game and i just wanna be on the sideline like all the other parents being like go hunting and you know instead. I guess i'm supposed to say like. I see you following the coach so anyways i'd love your help on. How does this get better. Hi jill i totally relate to this. I have been in situations where i'm watching my own. Kids thinking okay to take a job or those really such bad words. So let's start there. No one needs to take the phrase good job entirely out of their vocabulary. Give yourself permission right now to throw in a couple good job when it feels right. I do this as well. Let's together zoom out and think about why these aren't the only words we want to us. When we're witnessing our kids do something or when we're watching them perform so we can have other tools in our toolbox as well so sure say job. Allow yourself to speak freely and try some other things that are a little bit more internally focused for your child rather than externally focused. The thing that comes to mind for me is mirroring. I think one of the reasons it feels good to say good job is because it seems like we're joining in some excitement saying to a kid. I noticed you really listened when your kid is excited. The playing soccer doesn't feel like a good match. I agree mirroring is a good match nearing what's happening for your child starts with pausing and seeing how your child is feeling so you're watching your child do soccer or you're watching your child do some other activity and if you see your child is excited you see this brightness you see an energy yes we want our reaction to match that so your child friends over in his happily grabbing water during the water break feel free to say you're loving soccer today or you're feeling so excited about soccer you're so into it i can see that or maybe it's so fun to watch you have so much fun. We're meeting a child where the child is at our praise or are good job isn't leading the interaction. Our child's internal feeling is what's dictating our response. We're then joining that child or the child already is. This is what ends up feeling. Really good to kids next idea. Ask more tell less. Here's something interesting about the phrase good job it stops the conversation. It's a conversation ender. Interestingly enough let's go over this within adult example because it really drives home the point. So i'm thinking about if i redid my living room. I painted the wall. Some really interesting color. Got some new pillows. I got all new picture frames. I spent a ton of time changing the way my living room looks and i was really excited about it now. My best friend comes over. Think about her saying to me. Becky good job. I'm not really sure what i would say back except thanks i i. It's kind of a shutdown as compared to a question. How did you think to paint the walls this color. Tell me more about choosing those different picture frames so interesting. Ooh i see you got some new pillows two. Can you say more about that. Now i have a million things to say now. My friend is actually interested in me in the process that led to the changes rather than labeling the changes as a good job for me i can say without a doubt even if she never said good job i would feel so much more confident so much better about myself. After this conversation that was full of questions rather than just coming over and saying good job that would actually feel really empty. So how do we translate that to kids. I saw you dribbling through cones. I've never seen you do anything like that. Tell me about that. Ooh i saw you. Were working on the ruins today. That's interesting soccer's game with no hands but throw in to use. And how do you figure that all out any question that makes your child share. Their experience is an invitation for your child to get to know more about himself and we love getting to know ourselves. We love sharing about ourselves. That's actually what brings way more confidence than someone saying good job in which case we've really can only say thank you and then the conversation's over one more idea. I think a lot about inside stuff versus outside stuff. And i know that sounds very kind of general and confusing so let me explain what that means inside. Things are things that exist within my kids things that aren't actually visible to the eye. And things that are within their control outside stuff is behavior or outcome so as an example in soccer scoring a goal isn't outside thing being a good sport when you lose bats an inside thing in our who. That's a pretty picture. That's an outcome. that's an outside thing. Oh wow you try to trough flower for the first time i'm that that's an insight thing motivation to try something new in school. You got a hundred on a mac test. That's an outside thing. Wow you were studying a really long time last night even without really tricky material. That's an inside thing to me when we notice or even praise and label the inside stuff in a kid. We teach a child to value their own process. And what lives inside them instead of only being oriented toward the outcome. So maybe right. Now we can all think about in area with our kid where we can differentiate something inside versus outside so. Your chad plays baseball. And you're thinking he does tend to hit a lot of home runs. I know he's working on his pitching. Okay i guess home runs would be something. That's an outside thing. And if i wanted to make a comment after is baseball game on an inside thing i could say something like I noticed you got up there and pitched it's so hard to be a pitcher and have all that pressure. I was really cool to notice you taking that on right. I'm not even focusing on the strikeouts. I'm not focusing on what happened. focusing on something. That's inside my child. That's under his control. Maybe my child is building a power in outside thing would be saying. That's the tallest tower you've ever bill. Oh my goodness while. An inside thing might sound like this. I noticed that the power fell. And then you took a deep breath and you try it again. That was really cool to see. I'm building up. My child process my child's sense of himself..

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The Problem With Praise

Good Inside with Dr. Becky

02:17 min | Last month

The Problem With Praise

"Today. we'll be talking about praise. Praises actually kind of a tricky controversial topic because on the surface it seems like well. What's wrong with praise isn't praised gray. Who doesn't like praise where we're going to do here is look a little deeper because when our kids are younger what they're actually learning is how to generate good feelings about themselves. They're learning do good feelings about myself. Live in other people and those people deliver those feelings to me through praise and external validation or do good feelings live inside me. Can i generate those feelings myself in my mind. We really want to help our kids. Look in we want them to see the. They have good feelings about themselves. Even if nobody is commenting on what they're doing this is what leads to stable sense of self and self confidence rather than a sense of self or self confidence. That's actually dependent on approval of other people. Now let's be real. It always feels good to get approval or to get praise. There's no way around that. What i think we can imagine is a gap between how good. I'm able to feel in the absence of praise verses. How good. I feel in the presence of praise for our own mental health. We want the gap to be small not large. Here's what this would look like in real life. Let's say i'm working in an office. And i do a work project. I'm leaving the office. And i want to be able to say to myself. I know i worked really hard. I have my own evaluation of what i did. I know i'm proud of the product. I feel pretty good leaving the office today. Now let's fast forward a few hours. And i get an email from my boss. An email says while becky great job of course that feels good. That would feel good to anyone. But what's key is how good i felt before i got that email versus how good i felt after i got that email. We don't want that difference to be massive

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Anti-Diet Movement Terminology: People in Larger Bodies

Food Psych

02:04 min | Last month

Anti-Diet Movement Terminology: People in Larger Bodies

"I. i wanna talk about the phrase people in larger bodies. And then i'm actually going to define another term that i think is going to be helpful for understanding kind of the full import of this phrase so i people in larger bodies when those of us in the anti diet movement used this phrase. We're really using it as a value neutral way of saying that. Somebody's body is larger than the so-called normal range a hate that term even but the so-called normal range on the bmi chart. And that there's nothing morally or medically wrong with that right. So as i explained in the introduction to my book the words quote unquote overweight and quote unquote obese. I only use them in quotation marks. Because they have a really troubling history that is born out of oppressive beliefs about body size and these words really stigmatize people in larger bodies and treat body size like a disease which is actually likely to be more harmful to people's health than their weight itself and in fact wade itself is not quote unquote bad for health. The way we've been told in diet culture anyway. I talk about this all in a lot of depth in my book anti diet so definitely recommend checking that out for all that background so instead of using those oh words instead of using those stigmatizing terms i typically use the phrase people in larger bodies or higher weight people to emphasize the fact that body size is a neutral trait. The way we would say you know people with brown hair or taller people or whatever right and also to highlight the fact that we're all just temporary inhabitants of these bodies that we use to move around the world right we might be smaller bodies or larger ones but we'd all ceased to be here if it weren't for our bodies if it weren't for the fact that we are in these bodies using them to move around many of my friends and colleagues and the anti diet movement embrace the word fat as a neutral descriptive for their own body size. And you'll hear me use that term with them on this podcast when you know the my guests on the podcast or my sources in the book self. Identify that way in. It's in the spirit of the fat acceptance movement and fat liberation. That we use that

South Africa Tightens Restrictions to Fight Resurgent Virus

BBC Newsday

02:21 min | Last month

South Africa Tightens Restrictions to Fight Resurgent Virus

"Vaccine against the beater variant, first identified in South Africa. The less good news is that covid infections in South Africa. Are again going up, leading to President Cyril Ramaphosa announcing new restrictions. Focus is on limiting social contacts while preserving The economy and preserving livelihoods. The peak of this third wave looks set to be higher than the previous two waves. The first wave. If we recall lasted 15 weeks, the second wave lasted Nearly nine weeks. We don't know how long this one will last. But indications are that it could last longer. Well, let's talk to me in Milan, editor of of Chief of Becky sees a center for health journalism in South Africa Welcome to news Day Quite an alarming comment there from Cyril Ramaphosa. Tell us what is going on with this third wave. Yes, our third wave. As a president said. It looks like it will be worse than both our 1st and 2nd waves. At the moment, it's largely concentrated in how thing which is the province way most of the business and happen in South Africa. It's where Johannesburg is situated. About 60% of infections have new infections happen in Johannesburg and in helping at the moment and because the, um the pandemic is starting to move so fast, and we now have restrictions like our president mentioned and it's quite strict. It's all gatherings have been banned since last night. So it started this morning. Restaurants are no longer allowed to save sit down bills, and we have a curfew from nine o'clock in the evenings to four o'clock in the mornings, and importantly and schools will close. By the end of this week. All schools need to be closed and the sale of alcohol has been prohibited. This is the third time that we have an alcohol sales spin. South Africa is a country with a very strong drinking culture. And when hospitals get overloaded, and we bend the sale of alcohol, and it reduces the number of drama related cases in hospitals to open updates for covert. The other, really bad thing that happened is that we have the delta very in now, that seems to be spreading

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"becky" Discussed on Good Inside with Dr. Becky

Good Inside with Dr. Becky

02:40 min | Last month

"becky" Discussed on Good Inside with Dr. Becky

"Wanna talk about something to almost visualize together. And i think it'll be applicable to so many situations outside bath also. We need to notice whether we're in the mode of it's me against my kid more. It's me and my kid against a problem. So i know for me. It's really easy in the situation with all my child's running away from me. Oh my child's not listening. And maybe i'm not saying it but what i'm thinking is my child's a problem. Why is my child such a problem right and our kids feel like that right and i'm sure your marriage to the two of you know whether you're talking about a problem to each other in a way where it's like. You're the problem. Can't you just be more like me or can't you just fix it versus. Hey exactly our spouses are always the problem. Why don't they just become more like us so annoying. I think that's number one to notice that mode so to me. Interacting with jada in a way where jada the problem would sound like this jada is bad. It's bad this is crazy. You're going to get a snack. We talked about this a million times. Come on its bath. I can do that really well. This is how. I usually approach my kids the first time and then i catch myself right and they'll say well. I'm doing my kids. A problem thing verses talking agenda in a way where it's me and jada against a problem might even be before. I go into the door and i'd say you know what i'm thinking about. It's going to be back time. And here's something about bath time after school with me. I know you don't love it. I'm wondering if there's anything we can do to make this a little easier. Because here's something that's not going to change. Were not going to change doing bad i. It's just not one of the things but there are so many things we could change right so before we go further. There's a week right now. Me and jada getting to the bath is a problem like we both probably have some part in that dance rate so rather than seeing it as a jada problem. It's something that's happening between us. It's not even that i really. I don't think it's your fault either. I just think something gets co created when our relationship then to me. Whenever i approach my kids like that somehow i find my playfulness right in my first example. There's no playfulness. It's just like come on. Stop running away. You're you're doing this. It's just so frustrating. Actually when we're in a me versus use situation with someone. there's never any playfulness. Our bodies can't find playfulness when we feel antagonistic. Toward someone because we actually feel like there's a threat right and we can only be playful when we feel safe and safety often comes with connection right so i could see if this is you jessica yu saying this to her toward the door and what might make it more fun pause so many times our kids will actually generate solutions or ideas when we include them as a

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Me and You Versus the Problem: Making Your Child a Partner

Good Inside with Dr. Becky

02:40 min | Last month

Me and You Versus the Problem: Making Your Child a Partner

"Wanna talk about something to almost visualize together. And i think it'll be applicable to so many situations outside bath also. We need to notice whether we're in the mode of it's me against my kid more. It's me and my kid against a problem. So i know for me. It's really easy in the situation with all my child's running away from me. Oh my child's not listening. And maybe i'm not saying it but what i'm thinking is my child's a problem. Why is my child such a problem right and our kids feel like that right and i'm sure your marriage to the two of you know whether you're talking about a problem to each other in a way where it's like. You're the problem. Can't you just be more like me or can't you just fix it versus. Hey exactly our spouses are always the problem. Why don't they just become more like us so annoying. I think that's number one to notice that mode so to me. Interacting with jada in a way where jada the problem would sound like this jada is bad. It's bad this is crazy. You're going to get a snack. We talked about this a million times. Come on its bath. I can do that really well. This is how. I usually approach my kids the first time and then i catch myself right and they'll say well. I'm doing my kids. A problem thing verses talking agenda in a way where it's me and jada against a problem might even be before. I go into the door and i'd say you know what i'm thinking about. It's going to be back time. And here's something about bath time after school with me. I know you don't love it. I'm wondering if there's anything we can do to make this a little easier. Because here's something that's not going to change. Were not going to change doing bad i. It's just not one of the things but there are so many things we could change right so before we go further. There's a week right now. Me and jada getting to the bath is a problem like we both probably have some part in that dance rate so rather than seeing it as a jada problem. It's something that's happening between us. It's not even that i really. I don't think it's your fault either. I just think something gets co created when our relationship then to me. Whenever i approach my kids like that somehow i find my playfulness right in my first example. There's no playfulness. It's just like come on. Stop running away. You're you're doing this. It's just so frustrating. Actually when we're in a me versus use situation with someone. there's never any playfulness. Our bodies can't find playfulness when we feel antagonistic. Toward someone because we actually feel like there's a threat right and we can only be playful when we feel safe and safety often comes with connection right so i could see if this is you jessica yu saying this to her toward the door and what might make it more fun pause so many times our kids will actually generate solutions or ideas when we include them as a

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Caller Factually Reports Joe Biden and His Son as White Supremacists

The Dan Bongino Show

01:32 min | Last month

Caller Factually Reports Joe Biden and His Son as White Supremacists

"And his son. I mean, look what they've said about blacks. Um Joe was hanging out with the Klansmen and the segregationists in in the Senate. He signed a bill to lock up non violent black offenders were mostly You know, black drug dealers, and, um so why not them? Some girl, you know, Becky, That's a fascinating point. I mean, what? Everything You said there is factually correct. I know the leftist listen to you. Becky are very disturbed right now. And the W male regional left this list listening or like, Oh, my gosh. That's a conspiracy theory. But everything Becky just said folks. Is absolutely accurate. Becky. I appreciate the call. He did. In fact, Joe Biden. Eulogized a KKK member. You could go look at the pictures yourself. Folks just put it in the search engine, Robert Byrd. I saw it. Was working that detail that day when Barack Obama went there, there's pictures of it. I was there. I saw the whole thing. KKK member. Amazing How many Democrats where they're celebrating this man? No, but he has a past the very well No, no, no. No one else is allowed to have a pass. It's not what cancer culture says it's not the rules. She's also correct in her assertion that Joe Biden's son was dropping the N word in a bunch of text to a friend. Yeah, that's true, too. That is, in fact, absolutely accurate. Nothing, Becky said. There is false. Those would be the characteristics you would think would be associated with real cases

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Boston Celtics: Becky Hammon and Kara Lawson Are Ideal HC Fits

The Jump

01:42 min | Last month

Boston Celtics: Becky Hammon and Kara Lawson Are Ideal HC Fits

"The celtics per soccer practice facility in boston this billboard went up campaigning for becky hammon or terra lawson to be the next head coach again. Keira has worked on the celtics staff. She is just fantastic. Monico who do you think is the best bit to code the celtics. I don't necessarily have a name yet right. Although i liked the connection that care has but i have three cs. Candidates should have they've got to be able to connect with this squad. They got to be creative in the offense and the talents of these guys and they've obviously got to be able to convert in terms of everything that they're doing practice. I'm behind the scenes. Has the translate on the basketball court. Care i kind of liked that idea so this answer. I am no way shape before trying to take this coach away from the current currency. Which is nate. Mcmillan from. The atlanta hawks. Because i think the hawks likely will try to keep him. But i think what mcmillan has proven and shown what he can do with trae young. Just imagine what he could do. Because he's defensive money he has all the pieces. He has all the young talent offensively. Mcmillan would be good candidates as well as becky hammon. I think hammond that she can handle a team. I think she won the something. Many years back spurs obviously and she took control. That team did a great job. So i mean. I think there's some great candidates out there ought always chauncey billups after-sale. Who's put his time in as well. But i think make is showing that he can handle superstars and and take them to the next level. If the hawks don't take him snatching maybe it's up

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How to raise your kids not to be codependent

Good Inside with Dr. Becky

02:10 min | Last month

How to raise your kids not to be codependent

"First comes to mind for me is really thinking together about codependency. That word is used so much. So let me share. What i think about when i think about that word to me. Codependency is a way of determining your wants your needs your feelings based on another person as opposed to based on your sense of yourself so as opposed to knowing what do i want. What do i need. What am i thinking right now. How am i feeling now to be clear. We don't always get what we want or need. But i'm talking about knowing it as opposed to knowing it to others for what they seem to want to give you or what feelings they recognize as valid. And then you kind of back into your own feelings and wants and needs from others. What's important also. Is i think we don't delete able people as codependent or not dependent to me that just creates this binary that feels very filled with shame so i think we should think about what kind of ways of interacting with our kids would lead to more versus fewer codependent traits. One of the things we have to really pay attention to when our kids are young and their bodies are getting wired for how they see the world and how they see themselves is whether we're focused on what's happening for them inside that's leading to their behavior or whether we look at their behavior for the impact it has on us when our kids are young and even as kids get older like you mentioned both times we want to help our kids look in not because we want them to be selfish this actually. It doesn't make them selfish but the more they're able to reflect about what is going on for me. How was i feeling what came up for me. That may be surfaced. In this way the more they actually have more control over their feelings and want so that they can be present to be there for other people to be empathic and to kind of show up as good citizens in the

Birdy on New Album "Young Heart"

Sodajerker On Songwriting

02:22 min | 2 months ago

Birdy on New Album "Young Heart"

"Thanks for being with us. We're really happy to ask you about young carts. Very solid sessoms. We thought thank you. It's nice when you can hear the chords in the melody. It's not just a load of production. You know yeah. It's that kind of returned to my roots of it. Can on the darker got really dramatic and then come back to my reads but this one and it seems like you've gone into more personal direction with this one. Then you have before. Would you agree with that. I think this is the fast one pretty conflict dubbed into my experiences and things say young on the other albums. i didn't really have up to write about. This is definitely the most passing so far. And you spend some time up in nashville didn't you. yeah. I spent a lot of time writing london at the beginning. Which didn't really go to our. I think it was really ready to be writing. Had two quite bad right spoke at the beginning about my relationship ended at the beginning regretted to write about it. So as in lots of sessions an china make it work. And i had that survey is i think i just need some time and also i've been working since can fourteen an album of the album and touring. I think i just needed like a break. Becky garo kind of lucky gap. Guess faster to endure. And how backstory months there with my sister. My cousin i was kind of just like wanted. Forget about everything and not worry about anymore. Which did me a lot of good. And then i came back and got really inspired by jd. Mitchell for the first time because it never got into it for some reason. I had it but they hadn't gotten into. Maybe it was heartbreak which is my age and so if that like actually was the fast place to go because it took on this. Kind of like laurel canyon can feel and so i got over success. I was feeling really good about the album. The and then to nashville to dismiss him because it just felt like it was a real kind of songwriter. You covered the stories to be ready. Beach the inflect with some writers and is really amazing. Everyone plays every instrument such a higher standard. I felt really another this amazing.

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A Liberal at Liberty With Kevin Roose

In God We Lust

02:02 min | 2 months ago

A Liberal at Liberty With Kevin Roose

"On this season of in god we lost. We heard from a number of students who attended liberty university. Were they trained to be champions for christ. It looks like this beautiful kind of wonderland for young conservative christians. Everyone was so friendly and just like constantly nice. The university's leader jerry. Falwell junior took liberty to great heights. They went from one hundred hundred and fifty million net assets and two thousand sixty seven to nearly a billion in two thousand twelve and turned it into a can't miss destination for national conservative politicians. It was magical because all the built in production at liberty university was it was all. They're all moving cameras. The cameras on booms the microphone the sound all the music all of it. But in august of twenty twenty everything in jerry's world came crashing down june carlo. Grand up told reuters that he had a sexual relationship with falwell's for years a relationship that involved him having sex with becky. Falwell while jerry falwell on you start to realize the kind of wrought that's at the bottom of your community and the in the idyllic nature of the play starts to feel more like decadence and the entire liberty community was left reeling in the wake of the scandals and since we started this series been a lot of developments in the story. Yeah in april. The spokesperson for liberty university told reporters that trae falwell is no longer employed by the university. Jerry falwell junior later tweeted. My son was told he was being fired. After years of service for no reason other than it was a public figure and as one falwell has shown the exit at liberty. Another is welcomed in jonathan falwell jerry. Juniors younger brother the one who followed their father in the ministry has been named the new campus pastor.

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Arizona Secretary of State Says GOP-Audited Machines Must Be Replaced

Arizona's Evening News

01:51 min | 2 months ago

Arizona Secretary of State Says GOP-Audited Machines Must Be Replaced

"Votes, Arizona Secretary of State tells Maricopa County It will need new elections equipment after the audit custody needs be retained by the election officials and that clearly didn't happen in this case. Katya ours, Peter say more joins us live from the news center with the story. Becky, the state's elections manual says on Lee certified county elections officials can keep custody of tabulation machines lost the minute those machines were turned over to the Senate and to their contractors, Katie Hobbs says her observers were not allowed to see what side Burnin just did with the equipment and there's no life feed on it, she tells supervisors. Replacing it could cost $6 million shouldn't be new information to them. We brought this issue early on in the process. Hobbs doesn't think she could re certify the equipment or fix or rebooted if damaged by the August 2022 primary elections process is not comprehensive enough. You fully rehabilitated any compromise equipment or provide enough assurance that the equipment is still safe to use in a statement? Maricopa County says Cyber Ninjas still holds 385 tabulate Ear's, but they will not be used quote unless the county state and vendor are confident that there is no malicious hardware or software installed on the devices. 15 months out from the August primary left 14 months out from where equipment has to be Tested for the actual election. The replacement of this equipment is gonna be time consuming and what we needed the county to know is that if the county intends to redeploy any of the subpoenaed equipment over what they lost custody and control, then our office would need to consider the certification proceedings of the equipment. To be

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Maricopa County, Arizona Holding Meeting Monday to Refute Audit Allegations

Gaydos and Chad

01:39 min | 2 months ago

Maricopa County, Arizona Holding Meeting Monday to Refute Audit Allegations

"Capitol. But the public wasn't there. They got an update on the audit. Katya years, Peter say more begins our live team coverage in the news center Becky to Republican State Senate leaders would on Lee Live Stream their meeting in which they asked three leaders for an update of the audit of Maricopa County's 2.1 Million November ballots. Liaison Ken Bennett says the county is refusing to answer questions. As far as China. Custody is the documentation of the chain of custody between when the ballots or boxes in the ballots boxes with mallets in them started. Be filed away in their warehouse on Twitter. America to County responded the On Lee time We moved. The balance was when we loaded them in a truck to deliver to the Senate in early March, then heard the Senate wasn't ready to receive them back in the vault. They went War at six Reporting live Peter Same or Katie Air News. The Arizona on it quickly is turning into a national joke, but one lawmaker says it won't be funny with somebody gets hurt. Katia years. Deborah Gayle joins us live in the news center to explain people saying that they're gonna hurt much less kill public servants. It's gotten out of hand. In an exclusive interview with Katya Rs, Kato's and Chad. Maricopa County Supervisor Clint Hickman says that he and his family have been receiving threats online and at least one of the tweets. Escalated. That man came to my house on a Sunday night with 100. Other people and I had sheriff's office protection because I heard they were coming and they got out of their cars and they came to my house and to me threatened my family where we live. Hickman says That man is threatening to return to his home, and he says he's been getting threats since December. Reporting live. Deborah Jael, Katya our news.

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Why It’s Important for Our Kids To Develop Frustration Tolerance

Good Inside with Dr. Becky

02:15 min | 2 months ago

Why It’s Important for Our Kids To Develop Frustration Tolerance

"We can only regulate the feelings we allow ourselves to have. So let's use that. I feel angry toward by sibling. Sometimes we feel so angry. A sibling in that moment. What feels allowed us is. I wish i didn't even have a sister rain. I think we hear these things right. As if that's the whole truth it's just in the moment right and let him. I hate you when they go. Hey i hate you right. So what happens to say i hate you. I'm always what that's just the tip of the iceberg. What led to that moment. I felt frustrated. I felt something i wanted. Got ruined by you right. Probably if the first steps of regulating is allowing ourselves to have a feeling the narrative of i should be feeling pleasant feeling instead of the feeling. I'm feeling is one of the biggest things that gets in our way of learning to regulate the feeling because we can't regulate a feeling we tell ourselves we're not supposed to have so if i feel frustrated and the narrative is get to grateful. Get to grateful. Where's the grateful. Where's the grateful. Should only feel grateful now. Not only do. I not know how to regulate the frustration. But i'm adding shame blame to that frustration. Because it's an awful feeling to feel of feeling in your body that you think you shouldn't be feeling like oh my body is working against me. What's wrong with me. That's the what's wrong with me. Narrative right so i think a really powerful re frame for parents is especially with siblings. Is i don't want my kids have only positive feelings toward their sibling. I want them to get pretty good at understanding and regulating the tougher feelings. They have because then. Actually those feelings won't act themselves out as much in behavior our feelings our forces. I always like to imagine it that way. And what that means is if we don't know how to regulate a feeling and don't feel like it's okay to have that feeling inside of us if a feeling is a force than literally has to explode out of us as a behavior are behaviors. The not doing this and you're can't build with me. Even though i hate you is to me assign. Oh there was some feeling that felt too big and too unmanageable inside. That it had to explode

Trans & Jewish World-Building - Becky Silverstein, Laynie Solomon

Judaism Unbound

02:08 min | 3 months ago

Trans & Jewish World-Building - Becky Silverstein, Laynie Solomon

"You just tell us a little bit about the project and what. That's all about also do you pronounce trans-hub project or trans halacha project pronunciation question cellini. We get their abbot. Even before we jump in on what the project is maybe will it. Just define our terms here right. Maybe we'll just define trans and then we'll pass it over to laney to pronounce undefined For us so what does it mean that. This is a trans project. Had we define trans for ourselves. And i think this is a definition to that one can use in the wider world right. Where trans or transgender is used as an umbrella term for anyone who knows themselves to be a gender that's different than the gender. They were assigned at birth. Folks may be like gender assigned at birth. What does that mean. is this a thing. We still do our world and of course it is right like people give birth. We look at the baby's we look at their genitalia. And we say it's a boy it's a girl and assign a particular gender based on those primary sex characteristics and then we started a forest fire. That's right and then we start a forest fire on. That actually happens a few months before birth when we're announcing the child's gender even before they're born and to be honest i'm so done with the conversation about gender reveal parties by never have to hear about another one. It would be amazing. Ya dan you know. Yeah and so. We know that when people say it's a boy or girl that folks as they're growing up and moving through the world sometimes they're like oh these words boy girl That are constructed at in the cultures in which we grow up at. Don't actually feel right to us. They don't match my internal sense itself. Those folks may choose to identify as transgender. So this is a project of the trans halacha project focused on the experience of transgender people. And it's a project facilitated by and largely participated in by by transport as well.

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"becky" Discussed on Good Inside with Dr. Becky

Good Inside with Dr. Becky

02:05 min | 3 months ago

"becky" Discussed on Good Inside with Dr. Becky

"Me know what you think. And how it goes. Let's tie it all together. Here are three major points to keep in mind when it comes to tantrums. First tantrums are normal. I would even say tantrums are healthy. We our kids to want things for themselves and wanting and not having is really difficult so it's normal to have a hard time in childhood when these things come up number two. Our job is not to end a tantrum. I always take a deep breath. When i say that. That's so relieving. My job is to keep my body calm and keep my child safe number three hour calm. Loving presence is the most important thing during a tantrum. Remind yourself of that me just showing up being there taking a deep breath this is going to be critical in helping. My child learn to regulate and manage her tough emotions. Tantrums are tough. If you have more questions. I've got you covered. Check out my foundational course. Managing meltdowns and building emotion regulation. This course will leave. You feeling equipped to both manage tantrums when they come and make tantrums less frequent. You can find this course and many others at learning doc. Gooden inside dot com. We can stay connected in other ways as well check out my instagram dr becky at good inside or sign up for my free newsletter at good inside dot com. Good inside is produced by beth. Row and brad gauge an executive produced by erica. Belsky and meet dr becky. Let's end by placing our hands on our hearts and reminding ourselves even as i struggle and even as i have a hard time on the outside i remained good inside..

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Are Tantrums Normal?

Good Inside with Dr. Becky

01:56 min | 3 months ago

Are Tantrums Normal?

"There are some key things. I wanna talk about that kind of form. The frame in which we see a tantrum and actually the framework with which we understand tantrum has the biggest impact because it determines what types of strategies and interventions will even think of so a couple of ideas. First tantrums are normal. I would even go so far as to say tantrums are healthy. And the fact that you're saying your toddler is in some ways tougher than your baby. This makes a lot of sense to me when our kids get into toddler hood they develop a deep sense of what they want and yet they get no lot. They can't have ice cream for breakfast. They can't have every single block when they're playing with a friend and so to want something strongly and not be able to get that. That's one of the more difficult human experiences at any age. So two three four five year olds. Of course they have a hard time dealing with these moments tantrums. In my mind right. Tantrums are biological states of this regulation. Tantrums are not willful acts of disobedience and that to me is key. So what do i mean by that. Tantrums are moments where kids are overwhelmed by the feelings and sensations in their body and even literally picture this right now feelings sensations that are really uncomfortable and there bubbling up and they're bubbling up. And then guess what happens when kids feel overwhelmed by them. They explode out like a volcano in when that happens it comes out in our fingers in our hands in our legs in our mouth in screams in hits. It's a child's way of saying. I am overwhelmed by everything happening inside of me. These feelings are scary to me. Please help me feel safe again.

"becky" Discussed on The First Degree

The First Degree

02:40 min | 1 year ago

"becky" Discussed on The First Degree

"Responsible has lasted a year as well. Tonight the clues. Her mother hopes will help capture the killer. Something knows something out there. Somebody knows how they're sleeping. Two years after her daughter disappeared and one year after her body was found here along creek in Bradley. Ville Susan Sutton still wants the the truth and while Becky's family still didn't know who was responsible for taking her life they finally got to bury her in May of two thousand four. Becky was laid to rest cemetery in Alton Illinois or other family members were also buried. Everyone involved in this case knew this was a homicide aside and despite that over year for Becky's mother to get her daughter's death certificate which indicated or cause of death so the medical examiner in this case noted the cause of death as probable as fixation due to strangulation. There were no stab wounds. No gunshots no catastrophic damage to her bones or skull fractures pictures and based on how long are skelton had been in the elements that me could not determine whether or not drugs or alcohol played any role in her. You know they said a sixty -ation due to strangulation and so we were like well. Why and that was actually left out of a lot of different reports and so I didn't actually know about that until after after we had buried her at the time? They said they didn't know now if you look at articles because 'cause little tribulation which we know was a case but when we did find out that was my gosh no because how somebody strangle her and then you know all those things come come up like get hurt did it. Was You struggling to see you know how do you how does she not wake up coal. 'cause he's let her you know maybe we'll thank God actually didn't wake up call because then you know maybe call it that cue who knows. His Maniac was vintage tour. So yeah it was hard to hear that she had died of strangulation days turned into weeks weeks to months months in two years loved ones. Becky's had passed out. Thousands of flyers rallied for news coverage conducted vigils and Mr Every single day the original officers on the case where burdened by it. Not Being solved but they were simply just out out of leads and out of ways to really implicate fell and that's when the hollister police get a call that they were really not expecting. It was March arch two thousand thirteen ten years after becky went missing nine years since her body was found and guess who was calling the police..

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"becky" Discussed on The First Degree

The First Degree

09:53 min | 1 year ago

"becky" Discussed on The First Degree

"That was frustrating. Like why don't you know you're an integral part of the case in the beginning. Why do you not know anything? Three more months pass before police get any other useful information formation and then in September of two thousand and three a witness contacted the hall police and told them that Phil had come to our house and talked about Becky with her. He made statements to her that implied that he was Becky's apartment when she died. However Phil said that the person who killed Becky was a friend of his name? discography interesting soul told her that after school killed Becky he took her body and hit it. Where no one whatever find it I didn't know that So I didn't know what to think because I had so many different ideas. Yes ideas coming from the police. And then her mom and then other friends The friends I knew it was like you know we shared Like I said I. I didn't run the different circles of people that she did But Yeah I had some friends that did so. Well what about this first. I and what about this person and Eventually I remember getting called into the station. And they're like. Hey you know guy named scooby and I'm like I have no idea who you're talking about. Take back our number one time setback. Because she was he was there with her at the time. They said that they had multiple people telling about security. All right so this is kind of a big development and they need to speak to fill and confront him with this and this this whole Scotty scenario but they look for fill and they learned that he was actually incarcerated in Texarkana which is in Texas for an unrelated offense and when police actually finally tracked him down fill didn't deny knowledge knowledge of this story but he didn't want to answer any questions. He refused about Scotty about the situation Everything and the police with this information. They started searching for Scotty but there were no records that could ever be found for a person person using that name using that nickname using that alias and the police believe that Phil actually was there guy. But they still didn't have what they needed to prosecute prosecute him but they were comforted by the fact that he was behind bars. At least for the time being becky's friends and family members don't really know anything that's going on. This is all going on behind the scenes. I don't even know if I can really put it into words. How so? There's definitely that sadness and fear of what what happened to her and and is he okay and you know you really. Do you look different places. New Crowd here. You look whenever you go past ditches riches and stuff like and I see her body somewhere which is such a strange feeling. You never think that you're gonNA look for a person and I feel it's definitely a surreal feeling but also there thank you know you can't you can't mourn because she's not gone she may come. Come back you almost feel like you do have to mourn her because she's not there While there were many unanswered questions about where becky was how she was doing and what she was doing. One question was about to be answered. The holidays are officially hair And you know that we're all going to be spending a butt load of money on gifts. It's two thousand nineteen so we're probably all doing most of our shopping online. So when you're doing that don't you WanNa get the absolute best deal in lowest price on everything that you're buying. Well you need honey. Honey is a free browser extension that automatically finds the best promo codes. That's where ever you shop online. This means you're getting the best deals without even trying over twenty thousand sites like Amazon Ebay J. 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You're an elderly man Tanny County and he said that a relative of his had found you mean remains in the Mark Twain National Forest and they asked him about this and the man refused to talk about who this relative tip was didn't want to implicate his relative and he actually didn't know where the remains were exactly so this is a huge area. The forest is gigantic and it's not easy to locate organic matter bones in an area so vast so they start looking but six weeks later they find a skeleton stuffed into a rock overhang in the national forest near this unpaved. CBS logging road and this road is one of the few unpaved roads that a left in the area. It'd be impassable for for the average car but the road is actually well known to deer hunters and those who use it for four Willie. An audit glanced lanced. Police couldn't even tell whether the skeleton belonged to a man or a woman and this particular area was about thirty five miles or Becky had originally disappeared from and while they couldn't deduce whether this was a homicide by simply looking at the remains they were able to based on the meticulous way that these remains were actually hidden. Someone literally built a wall of stones and sealed off a small rock overhang which is like a very shallow cave with a broad wide opening. It's very obvious at this place. There wasn't just by happenstance and the police suspected that this could be becky but they needed to do testing to be sure Her mom it called me and said they found remains that they think is becky and then I remember her asking you. Do you remember if she had a belly button ring. That looks like this. I'm GONNA say right now is in every single thing that you will find it says that it Max the belly button ring that she would have worn and it gives you. That was one of our things that like. I never knew her to wear a belly button. Ring like this yes. She had her belly button pierced. But she always kind of one of those curves hoops and not like a ring with like a dangling thing on it which is what they Out and that was one of the things like well. That's not her. It's not her if this is it and also She said well. They didn't find her ring that she wore on her right hand. which which would have been the hands that was closest to the inside of that? outcropping show. That was geared. They have just chalked up to well it was just got and then she just changed her belly button ring. I didn't think it was her like nope. Nope all these signs the belly button ring and ring wasn't there and it's not her. She's not that if she's missing she's gone. They can't do dental records and her body is to be composed to do like a visual identification. So they're gonNA they're doing the DNA testing thanks. Did come back that it was her. You want to keep that. Hope alive that they're still allies and so while it was some type of closure it was still l.. Not something you want to hear. And during the recovery of the remains police comb through the surrounding area while they were excavating the bones in the hopes that there may be some evidence just something that could implicate her killer So they found a weather shirt made out of cotton. It was a t shirt style and they found it on wire bra and a small belly button rain and also a condom. We'll take a close look at these photographs. Police removed becky's bones from behind. This man made rock formation that the person brought her here had a connection to badly and had a connection to the to the spot itself. The spot could also be A. I can't to the killer's identity important to see that someone took the time to dispose of her in this way that in itself L. Foods on ordinary in the sense that most predators sexual predators or killers. We'll find out an easy way to dispose of their victims so all the discovery of the body it brought some answers it also presented difficult reality. There was no physical evidence ends with her body. That could help reveal who her killer was all of it could be linked to becky but nothing to her killer so hope that the person who killed becky key. Who'd be held accountable for taking her? Life was really dwindling. Her disappearance lasted a year now. Another year has passed since Sir body was found tonight an update on the search for the killer of Becky Sutton. We begin with a story is sad as it is mysterious search for becky sudden ended last year with the discovery of her murdered body now the search for the person.

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02:12 min | 2 years ago

"becky" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

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KIIS 102.7

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"becky" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

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KIIS 102.7

02:47 min | 2 years ago

"becky" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

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01:51 min | 2 years ago

"becky" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

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02:22 min | 2 years ago

"becky" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

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02:11 min | 2 years ago

"becky" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

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"becky" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

Casefile True Crime

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"becky" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

"Just hours before becky's Moda. Nice and watched a seventeen minute video Todd. Virgin tain gets right denying house. In one particular sane the ripest Todd that goes hands together place that heating Daiva mouth and slept her in the face. Massively argue the same bore striking similarities to knife attack on Becky suggesting he used the video is the inspiration. Pro becky's Moda night and had also Bank. Speaking to a sixteen year old go on Facebook, the private messages between the making clear that he had a sexual interest in. Nights grandmother, testified that he's mental health had deteriorated radically in the previous two years, and he's disliked for Becky increased during that tone. Nathan's defense lawyer Adam battling him a great that while night Than's plan to keep that Becky at indeed Bain ridiculous and absurd. He's playing never included modo. When it came to show the prosecution presented a video which was accessed on shown his mobile phone on the day of becky's Moda. The video which was searched for on YouTube was a parody of Disney sewn from the popular movie frozen. Todd. Do you want to build a snowman? The parody version. Shona watched was Todd do you want to hide a body? According to Shona, the fact that she watched the video on the dike Becky was moded was a coincidence. She claimed to have any access to make night and lawf- insisting she had no idea he had just killed Becky..

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"becky" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

Casefile True Crime

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"becky" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

"Detroit against a knife in Matthews and shown a hall for the motor. Becky watts. Commenced at the start of October two thousand fifteen seven months after the teenager's death. Becky support arrived Toco wearing blue ribbons pinned to their shirts to own her memory. Although knife and had confessed to one though food killing. He pleaded guilty to the charges of kidnap and murder maintaining he story. The becky's death had been an accident. He pled guilty to the remaining charges against him perverting. The course of Justice disaster. Prohibited weapon and preventing the mobile burial of kooks. Shuna whole run the other hand could not guilty to charges. Using witness accounts court testimonies and night in Matthew's chilling confession becky's fawn all moments pace together for the jury. On the morning of Thursday. February nineteen two thousand fifteen Angie goals were left. Her crown hill hill said Aranda Levin AM to attend a doctor's appointment laving Becky Malone. During the Angie's absence knife and Matthews and shown a whore ROY to the property and let themselves in using a spic. The pair arrived armed with kidnap kit. That included mosques handcuffs to stun-guns type and numerous weapons. The exact details of what unfolded next may never be known what he's known. He's the Becky was set upon in her bedroom. Matt go soon after eleven three I am the Tom she abruptly say responding to text messages from France. Injuries sustained indicated she.

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"becky" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

Casefile True Crime

03:54 min | 2 years ago

"becky" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

"Message from Becky who he had listed in his fine contacts as Mark Princess. She was responding to Luke's. Text message from a minute Ohio where he had advised his girlfriend. He was at home. The message from Becky red Goudie followed by four kissing bows and an affectionate emoji. It was immediately followed by a second message from Becky saying, she was at her house who listening to music. Luke was tempted to visit Becky that morning, but as he had made plans to say, a dentist and get a hick. He decided to catch up with Becky later in the afternoon. At twelve are, no one PM. Luke sent Becky text message letting her know he had finished up with the dentist. When Becky didn't respond straight away, Luke presumed. She was temporarily busy you a distracted and would get back to him soon. When she still hadn't replied, I've often Elida Luke proceeded to send her a series of follow-up texts in a beat to get her attention at twelve forty six PM, he messaged Becky boy. She didn't respond. After nearly Neil paused. Look message to Becky again, saying Becky boy. Once again, he's text was met with Sohn's. Presuming his girlfriend must have been taking a nap Luke whited, and then a few hours light at message Becky third, Tom. Hello that afternoon. Luke went to his local baba shop to get a haircut as planned finishing up the appointment at around three pm. He checked these fired. But there was still nothing from Becky. Luca cold, Becky, but the lawn didn't rain connecting him straight to her voice mile. He suspected her phone battery must have Daud. At around five. Pm Luca made the three kilometer trip to becky's house on cryan hill to check. If she was there. Upon arriving Luca noticed the black of Vauxhall's Feerick. Cobb belonging to becky's twenty eight year old step brother, Nathan was parked in the driveway. So he knew someone was it. I. Nathan's girlfriend twenty one year old shown a whole he answered the front door as usual Shuna was at the crown hill address, providing daily care for Angie. When Lucas Dave Becky was arm. Shuna wasn't certain dine quiet with Angie, but she wasn't sure either. Neither woman had seen Becky Olaf to noon, a quick check of becky's bedroom confirmed. She wasn't at the house. Becky was an independent teenager who Angie and Darren trusted wholeheartedly. So she was allowed to come and go as she plays Moshi usually told her parents where she was going, and with whom sometimes she left the house without letting anyone know movements. This didn't concern engine darn as Becky never ventured far away and only ever hung out with Luke. Woah, Kleist group of friends who they knew and trusted. However, the fact that Becky wasn't responding to text messages, trucking NGOs odd has this was out of character. Lucas I found it very unlock and Becky not too bad higher. We'll being contact with him when they had made plans to made up. She never cancelled their plans without telling him. His xuming. They must be logical reason for becky's lack of communication. Lou contained. He pushed their concerns to the backs of their morons and assure themselves. She would return soon..

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