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Fresh update on "beth" discussed on San Diego's Morning News with Ted and LaDona

San Diego's Morning News with Ted and LaDona

00:32 min | 3 hrs ago

Fresh update on "beth" discussed on San Diego's Morning News with Ted and LaDona

"Jason Isabel Cage, The Elephant, Portugal, The man and many, many, many more. The box set is out September 10 that Michele Pelino reporting. Abusing kisses Definitive to part band documentary biography History premieres next week. June 27 28th on a any, though the film is billed as a celebration of the band, the music, the branding and all kisses other creations. Half the bands co founders were not involved at all. Not that kiss fans were holding their breath. But Paul Stanley recently confirmed that neither Peter criss nor ace freely contributed to the documentary. In fact, Stanley says that Chris went so far as to deny the band permission to use his song Beth in the film. That just somehow doesn't seem fair. Wow. I guess he wrote it, But I know it's your favorite Kiss song. Oh, not even close that Don't invest came much country.

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Fresh update on "beth" discussed on Donna and Steve

Donna and Steve

00:40 min | 3 hrs ago

Fresh update on "beth" discussed on Donna and Steve

"Quiz fall three trivia questions to find out who's smarter. Donna. Donna is the smart one or Steve. His brain ain't right. But it's fun. And here's your host. That's my job. All right, well, we're gonna play the college pop culture now. Sometimes they take a look at the calendar to see what day it is today. I understand it was national Pink Day. Celebrating the color paint. I'm wearing a white T shirt. Does that count? Quick trick bonus question. What is singer pinks? Real name? Amanda. Alicia, I think you're right. Alice, Shia Beth Moore. That's not part of the trivia. Speaking of a fun woman's name. We've got Monique on the phone. Monique. Welcome to the party, Hirai. Hi, guys. Good morning. Good morning. Good morning. So, Monique category today our pop culture things that have something to do with Being pink. And, uh, not involving the singer Pink. So who do you think knows more about pink pop culture things Donna or Steve? Well, I'm going with Ghana and you just want the first one already. But not it. You are the lady. Thank you. Monique. Monique. I'm going to guess your age before I go. Okay. This is based on the sound of on the sound of your voice in the phone connection. I think I'm actually low balling this year, but I'm feeling generous, So I'm going to say 43 years old. 44 shut. That is crazy. I'll hang up and listen, sucker! Oh, my God! Steve is gone. And now I'm going to put Monique down. Hey, Monique, By the way, you have a chance to win a prize. Today it's an at home rental of universal pictures. Spirit untamed plus my talk T shirt. So there you go. So think about that, as I pod your phone connection down, and now it's Just me and Dani. Okay, Rocco. Um, these are things pink things in pop culture to celebrate National pink Day. I love it and I'll start with this. Rizzo, Jan, Marty, Frenchy and Sandy were part of what? Rydell High social Group. Um.

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Fresh update on "beth" discussed on Houston Matters

Houston Matters

00:40 sec | 5 hrs ago

Fresh update on "beth" discussed on Houston Matters

"Texas lawmakers will go into overtime on bills about elections, bail reform and more. I'm Craig Cohen today on We seek reaction from the Houston Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. Then that and other vetoes the special session the stalled election bill in the U. S. Senate. And other developments in a busy week in politics in this week's political roundup today, with Beth Seamus and Geronimo Cortina from the University of Houston, Plus what's with all this bad behavior lately on commercial airlines? We ask a local aviation expert and former Houston mayoral candidate Bill King joins us to explain why he's joined a new political party. We'll start with the news update from NPR Stay.

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Fresh update on "beth" discussed on WBZ Morning News

WBZ Morning News

00:44 min | 6 hrs ago

Fresh update on "beth" discussed on WBZ Morning News

"Many say will likely be the most expensive campaign in state history. And another thing. Freelance workers are hopping mad about a change in pandemic unemployment benefits. A freelancer can be a rideshare driver, a writer, an independent contractor, This group became eligible for unemployment during the pandemic. Now, many of these freelancers are getting notices from the state, telling them unless they can prove certain things from last year, they may have to pay back in some cases tens of thousands of dollars. This came to our attention by a social media post. Many people we contacted were concerned about going on the record because they're afraid it will affect their repeal. Beth Griffith was not afraid to go. On the record. She heads the Boston Independent drivers guilt. This was over a year ago, and a lot of drivers are having a hard time coming up with that documentation. Karen Regal WBZ Boston's NewsRadio. President. Biden is getting ready to meet with Afghan's president Ashraf Ghani at the White House on Friday as the United States is getting very close to meeting the president's goal of pulling all troops out of Afghanistan. There is increasing concern at the Pentagon, the Taliban will move in deeper as the US leaves. The U. S. Is also considering sanctuary for Afghans who assisted the U. S mission in America's longest running war closer to home officials at the Steamship Authorities say the ferries did not pay a ransom in connection with this month cyberattack that sidelined it's online reservation system. For several days, Officials say most of the key functions at the steamship Authority are now working properly until death do us part..

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Fresh update on "beth" discussed on The Better

The Better

01:06 min | 6 hrs ago

Fresh update on "beth" discussed on The Better

"Up learn more about us. There are already. What do we got on the docket this week. This is one of those interviews. That i know i say this a lot. I'm excited to bring it to you. And it's unique in the fact that while we've got two guests on this time which is unique in itself but this organization it's called expanded practice and it's founded by daniel stroller. Who's a physical therapist specializes in neuro rehabilitation and then maribeth quinn. Who is actually a mother of a stroke survivor. and what makes their organization. Unique is that they are a mentor. Ship and education company that assists both caregivers but a lot of the work that they do is mentoring in providing consultation to physical therapist and rehab clinicians who might be working with somebody who has had a cva or some sort of neurological incident. But what really struck me about them. not only. is there story. Incredible which. I'm not going to give away a whole lot. But these two met danielle and maribeth matt because danielle actually treat it beth's daughter after she had a stroke at a very young age i think she was eighteen or nineteen when she had the stroke. So obviously that in of itself is a huge. A huge curveball. That life throws at you in. Daniel talks a little bit about treating sophie. Which is marabouts daughter. And hal that kind of shifted some of her perspective on the way she treated individuals that have had sivas and neurological incidences and mary. Beth talks a lot about the growing experience. Both on her side is a caregiver and a mother and then seeing that transformation in her daughter which was pretty incredible. So listen to the to the whole episode. And you're gonna be blown away by the story there but what is very interesting about these. Two women is that they're they're organization really takes a bio psychosocial approach to healthcare to mentorship to guiding clinicians in expanding their practice. So that they're not just checking boxes on an evil sheet or they're not just taking outcome measures that they have something to be reimbursed with but they're tapping into college positive psychology. Call it a holistic approach to healthcare. But they're really leveraging. The human side the relational side.

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Interview With Life Coach, Beth Gardner

Recovery Survey

02:18 min | 2 weeks ago

Interview With Life Coach, Beth Gardner

"So what i'm currently doing. I'm working as a life coach on two different paths. Incidentally similar In the approaches. That i use i'm working with non addicts so these are people that have not had Addiction within their lifetime but have been surrounded by beat through were core Extracurricular activities in the educational environment Corporate america it's a wide variety. And i'm working with these people to provide them nine non-judgmental confidential sounding board For them to actually speak freely About their questions. Their concerns and to provide them solution. Serve a paths for its healing map if you will so that. They can towards our own past excellent. And i'd read some of the notes that you had sent me before the episode and you alluded to the fact that Your your parents struggled with with Some chemical dependency issues. Do you think that that's part of the reason that you got into. This is what what drew you to researching and finding out more about The the role of the support people play and what What kind of help that. You might need as someone that is affected by someone in active addiction correct while would actually stem from was back in two thousand november. Two thousand. i was training for. What would have been my first marathon. First and only marathons a year prior to that i had Retired from the elite sport. A rolling. So i had been training with world class athletes many of which were previous olympics. I had not earn berths on the national team at that point nor had been to the olympics. But i I have retired from that sport. In ninety nine and november of two thousand after going to a breast surgeon. I would stike nerves with stage three breast cancer and it was a non genetic

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The Fastest Way to Build ML-Powered Apps

Practical AI: Machine Learning & Data Science

01:57 min | 3 weeks ago

The Fastest Way to Build ML-Powered Apps

"Today. We've got to heen trips. Daba with us who is co founder and ceo of base ten. Welcome to him. Hi thank you. Thanks for having me. Cristiano yeah it was great. Meet you. We had a chat last week and i was learning a little bit about some of the things that you're doing and had to get you on the show right away so really excited to hear about that stuff but before we dive into all that could you just give us a little bit of info about your background. How you got into doing what you're doing now so my backroom actually electrical engineering electrical engineering college in optical h. I decided that the right thing to do was to go work in finance in new york for for a couple years it had nothing to do. That's the rumor and academia that i heard was like you can sell your soul and go make a ton of money and finance not that you have to sell your soul to go into finance to work on the fund problem of privatizing toll roads There you go fascinating in. Its own way but after a couple of years of it. I decided that wasn't for me. And i decided to go back to engineering so actually moved to boston from new york to work at a weird academic lab at beth israel medical center which is part of harvard medical school. Where the professor who had one apprise full coming up with a noninvasive way of tracking the progression of ls and he'll spin off. Stop as part of that. That was very data driven. Like two thousand and eleven. And i didn't know anything. That machine learning stats. Well you know. I've done a bunch of electrical engineering and information signal processing in college. I could probably convince him. Just take on. You know boston suppler. We'd breed in that. You know the kind of very research focused laura grant and frankly to quite cheap. And i was like i'll go and tell them to pay me. Allie alco work this. I went there. And i got to work with this guy. These three mit pc's basically figuring out if they can predict the prognosis of neuromuscular disease.

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Speaking  & Living  the Truth in Love With Dr. Albert Mohler

Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey

02:14 min | 3 weeks ago

Speaking & Living the Truth in Love With Dr. Albert Mohler

"Dr miller. Thank you so much for joining me again. You are such a voice of encouragement for me. As i listen to you on a daily basis in trying to make sense of really what can only be described as confusion and chaos. That something that you describe it as often as well whether it's coming to gender identity and the sexual and moral revolution that you talk about so much you're just the intricacies of policy in court decision so first of all. Thank you for that. Can you give a little bit of first briefing. Courage meant to christians who really just want to bury their head in the sand and to not look at. What's going on culturally and politically and just pretend like none of it's happening because we don't know what to do about it. Do you think it's important for us to kind of keep abreast on what's going on and why looks great to be with you. Allie beth and yes. I do want to offer that word of encouragement to christians not to stick our heads in the sand and try to ignore or be oblivious to what's going on because it's not just that we we have to be faithful to christ in the midst of our times we. We have to understand what we're up against there but it's even more importantly out of love for christ's church for fellow believers for our own children and grandchildren need to be thinking through these issues even ahead of the culture in order to be faithful when the culture throws the the next the next weapon at us and frankly they're coming fast and furiously and just love her own children and grandchildren and the determination that they grow up and be faithful to christ. It requires that we be very aware of the things going on around us. i understand. It's daunting and painful. And it's complicated. But the church of the lord. Jesus christ has all the resources we need to confront these issues with faith and without fear. That doesn't mean that that we don't understand what we're up against but we respond with faith and without fear. So that's a good word of encouragement knowing the truth is a good biblical. Principle and denying reality is never faithfulness.

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What Farmers Need to Be Modern, Climate-Friendly and Profitable

TED Talks Daily

02:07 min | 3 weeks ago

What Farmers Need to Be Modern, Climate-Friendly and Profitable

"With me today. Is beth ford. The ceo of land-o-lakes a farming cooperative that works across the united states and in dozens of countries around the world. And she's gonna share with us her vision about how to create a better future for farmers. That's both environmentally and economically sustainable. Hi thank you so much for being here face for the invitation. I'm looking forward to the conversation. Let's first talk about the broadband issue. At how big of a problem is this. And how does it affect the farming community. Both as as you said as families and as businesses so the estimates have been that eighteen million americans lack broadband access. Fourteen million are in rural america. Now having said that the broadband. I'm trying to remember what the name of the organization is did a study and they actually say the numbers more like forty two million and the reason is the is inaccurate. So what could happen is let's have a seven eleven and a town in that has wifi or broadband access because they laid a line it would show up on the map though that largely has broadbent and it does not in so it's a significant issue. Think about the education of your children. I know you have three. I have three and they're you know many of them were doing remote schooling will. What's happening on the farm. This is legitimately. what's occurring. Is that the teacher from the town. Is driving paper homework out to the farms to give them the homework so that they can continue to go to school and and that's just one example of many and so this is a major challenge because if we don't have basic wiring we can say we. We need like a nineteen thirties rural electric initiative where we go across the country. And we make this. This should be a right. This should be something that is a basic like mail delivery electrcity. This should not be Just for those who have and the scale of it is estimated to be eighty to one hundred billion dollars to close this gap but the challenge of that is that You get the funding and then how is it implemented

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Should Christians Support the Death Penalty?

Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey

02:05 min | Last month

Should Christians Support the Death Penalty?

"Hey guys welcome to relatable. Today we are finally going to talk about the death penalty. I've been wanting to talk about this since january. Well i haven't been wanting shocked because it's a very sad subject to me. I don't like thinking about it. I don't like talking about it. But it is a very contentious at the moral and theological issue. That i think is important for us to be able to confront biblically and be able to talk about not just in the secular political sense by also with fellow believers with whom we disagree. This conversation was brewing. Back in january. Pretty heavily specially in christian circles due to the executions of several black americans that some people claimed were innocent or just claimed should not be executed. The trump administration actually reinstated the federal death penalty after several years of it. Not not being instated. There's been a lot of it. We've had talked about since december. So i just haven't been able to sit down in organize all the research that's required for it and even today we're not going to be able to get into every single argument for and against the death penalty. I really want to focus on whether or not there is a biblical backing for it or whether it is categorically biblically and morally wrong. This is a subject that i have been doing a lot of reading on a lot of research in fact when people were talking about it the most online. I didn't really talk about it that much. I was doing a lot of research. Because i knew what i thought that i believed but i hadn't really done a whole lot of reading into it in so like my husband can tell you i was up probably until like two or three a m one of the nights that all these conversations were going on online just reading this ethics book this christian ethics book That i have trying to understand all the different

As Cease-Fire Holds, Palestinians Assess Damage Caused By Israeli Airstrikes

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | Last month

As Cease-Fire Holds, Palestinians Assess Damage Caused By Israeli Airstrikes

"As the dust finally settles in Gaza a day off to an Israeli how messy spot began Palestinians still to to assess the damage from eleven days of intense Israeli bombardments municipal workers from the Franken glass and twisted metal from streets and sidewalks and merchandise was confidence sets in St insights master within on the pavements things often unsolicited Beth said he didn't expect so much damage we thought the strike was a bit further from us but as you can see the area of the shop is a good time the toll on human life was a much heavier one four year old Maria had top was left me talk to the death of her mother and four siblings for minutes radius strike a father explains his former until now she hasn't spoken a word from Michelin hora she was on the third floor and we found on the ground outside in the fighting more than two hundred and fifty people were killed the vast majority of them Palestinians on Karen Thomas

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Sheriff: 3 dead, 2 wounded in shooting at Wisconsin tavern

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 2 months ago

Sheriff: 3 dead, 2 wounded in shooting at Wisconsin tavern

"I'm Julie Walker three people were killed two seriously wounded in a shooting at a Wisconsin tavern early Sunday and police are searching for the gunman Canosa county sheriff David Beth says the gunman knew the victims we don't believe this was a random act I I currently from what I've been told believe that the three people who passed away probably knew each other and this was targeted situation he says the government was asked to leave and removed from the summers house tavern but came back he wasn't cooperating with the with the with the management there so exactly what he did I can't tell you but I believe you returned a short time later and in came in and did the shootings sheriff Beth says shots were fired inside and outside the very busy bar I'm Julie Walker

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3 Killed in Shooting at Wisconsin Bar, Manhunt Launched for Suspect

NJ Diet

00:23 sec | 2 months ago

3 Killed in Shooting at Wisconsin Bar, Manhunt Launched for Suspect

"Kenosha, Wisconsin, also were a shooting at a bar has left three people dead. We don't believe this was a random act I currently from what I've been told believe that the three people who passed away Probably knew each other and this was a targeted situation. Kenosha Sheriff David Beth Police have no suspects, and there could be more than one. The White House is

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J and J Vaccine Pause Driven by Risk of Mistreating Clots

Guarding Your Nest Egg

01:47 min | 2 months ago

J and J Vaccine Pause Driven by Risk of Mistreating Clots

"A setback in vaccine options states and territories, pausing use of the Johnson and Johnson vaccine after the CDC and FDA put out a recommendation to do so. The pause linked to six reports of blood clots, but it's not clear if the vaccine was the direct cause. CDC Vaccine advisory panel met this week to discuss it but didn't come to a conclusion. Here's Dr Beth Bell of global Health professional at the University of Washington, speaking during the panel, I think we need to not vote. And gather the necessary information so that we can make an evidence based decision more from ABC. Steve Olson, Saami. The scientists are looking for any link between the six women who got sick and they're investigating whether the blood clots were an immune response. All six women were between 18 and 48 years old. They got sick within two weeks of getting vaccinated. Some of the clots formed in veins of the Sinus and prevented blood from draining out of the brain. And even though one woman died, health officials say the odds are very low roughly seven million. Johnson and Johnson vaccines have been administered in the U. S. President Biden also assuring the public that there's enough supply of the Fizer and Moderna vaccines. Keep up the pace President Biden Tuesday in the Oval Office, expressing confidence that the U. S will have enough vaccine supply. Despite the pause and distribution of the Johnson and Johnson vaccine. I made sure we have 600 million doses. Of the M R not of either Johnson and Johnson and or AstraZeneca. So there's enough vaccine that is basically 100%. Unquestionable for every single solitary America, but the president did not comment when asked how to address vaccine hesitancy among some Americans. Karen Travers, ABC

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Two Ways to Remember Jesus

Solid Joys Daily Devotional

02:14 min | 2 months ago

Two Ways to Remember Jesus

"April six two ways to remember. Jesus remember jesus christ risen from the dead. The offspring of david as preached in my gospel. Second timothy two eight. Paul mentions two specific ways to remember. Jesus remember him has risen from the dead and remember him as the offspring of david. Why these two things about jesus. Because if he is risen from the dead he is alive and triumphant over death including our death if the spirit of him who raised jesus from the dead dwells in you key who raised christ jesus from the dead will also give life to your mortal bodies through his spirit which dwells in you. Romans eighty eleven which means that no matter how serious the suffering becomes the worst that it can do on this earth is kill. You and jesus has already taken the sting out of that enemy. He's alive and you will be alive. Do not fear those who kill the body but cannot kill the soul beth. You ten twenty eight but more than that. The resurrection of jesus was not a random resurrection. It was the resurrection of the son of david remember. Jesus christ risen from the dead the offspring of david. Why does paul say that. Because every jewish person knew what that meant that meant that jesus is the messiah john. Seven forty two and that meant that. This resurrection was the resurrection of an everlasting king. Listen to the words of the angel to marry jesus mother behold you will conceive in your womb and bear a son and you shall call his name jesus he will be great and we'll be called son of the most high and the lord god will give to him the throne of his father david

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Putin Signs Law Allowing Him 2 More Terms as Russia's Leader

Seattle's Morning News with Dave Ross

00:28 sec | 2 months ago

Putin Signs Law Allowing Him 2 More Terms as Russia's Leader

"What that means for their home. President Putin has signed a law that'll allowing to stay in power for a long time to come. Russia expert Beth Noble instead of being ineligible to run for president when his current fourth presidential term ends in 2024, Putin would be eligible to run again for two more terms, meaning Putin could stay in power until 2036 if elected to two more terms. At that point, he would be 83 years old presidential term in

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Dallas-area lawmakers sound off on influx of crossings at southern border

Eric Harley and Gary McNamara

00:37 sec | 3 months ago

Dallas-area lawmakers sound off on influx of crossings at southern border

"Texas or speaking out against an influx of crossings at the southern border. Members of Congress from Texas, including several from D FW got a firsthand look at the situation this week is the number of migrant Children crossing the border continues to surge, its horrible and it must stop. Congresswoman Beth Van Dying, toured the facility and Donna Texas and was joined by Congressman Michael Burgess, who says the surge seems different than others He's seen in the past. What's new is how fast Has gotten this bad. Republican lawmakers blame relaxed immigration policies by the Biden administration on the current surge. Quite Nevil,

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Grading All of the NBA Trade Deadline Moves

Ben Maller

02:23 min | 3 months ago

Grading All of the NBA Trade Deadline Moves

"As well. But let us discuss. Everyone loves playing the winners and losers game, But I do it all differently. I do well differently here. I have as a teacher. I have a report card book. I'd like to give report cards. Also what grades? He was the question. What grade? Did you give out the key trades in the MBA? Now there's on. Lee won a plus trade at the deadline. There's only one trade here that rises to the A plus level, and that's the Clippers. The Clippers get an A plus the bulls get I'm I give the Bulls of B. For their trade, the heat and the Celtics. I'm going. See, I'm going to see on that. And I'm gonna be the devil's advocate guy with the Nuggets. I'm not like the mainstream basketball media was not overly impressed with the Nuggets trace. I'll give that a D, and there's a bunch of APS. Better storing the losing locker room, the Orlando Magic Houston Rockets, New Orleans pelicans, the Toronto wrapped oars, the Los Angeles Lakers and the Cleveland Cavaliers. All get f C F F F F F F for you and half for you. And As for you, you in the back, you failed also. At that. Beth! Beth! Beth! Beth Beth. All right, So my thoughts on this You've got Dr Doritos and dunce cap the three days and we will tie all of these things together in an adequate. Adequate valor monologue. Now a the N betrayed deadline I will concede lived up actually exceeded my very low expectations. One of the great things about being a cynic and a skeptic. When you have low expectations. Occasionally, it doesn't take much to impress you. It doesn't happen very often. So let's enjoy it, and we're gonna roll up our Proverbial sleeves here and and get the worst. We'll start out with the on Lee, a trader today the people's team making the trade with the Atlanta Hawks, and it seemed to the uneducated basketball fan. Like a rather an Oculus deal. At first glance, the Clippers sending sweet Lou Sweet Lou Williams. Great six man back in his prime and some meaningless second round picks to the A. T. L in exchange for Zhaan Rondo, who comes back L A. But now he's playing for the good

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Growing number of Southern Baptist women question roles

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 3 months ago

Growing number of Southern Baptist women question roles

"A growing number of southern Baptist women question roles in the church four years conservative pastors in the Southern Baptist Convention have directed criticism at popular Bible teacher Beth Moore the denomination's best known woman Moore has now had enough she no longer considers herself southern Baptist among the millions of women remaining in the S. B. C. many feel at home but others question aspects of church teaching that limit women's roles even for women committed to staying in the SPC gender issues became more volatile following Moore's departure and some resent the nasty commentary directed at her by male pastors I'm Walter Ratliff

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Artist and scientist install fake storefronts in Chicago to draw attention to climate change

Climate Connections

01:09 min | 3 months ago

Artist and scientist install fake storefronts in Chicago to draw attention to climate change

"In december. A new window display popped up in chicago storefront. At first glance it looks like a new bakery but when people closer they read signs promising cakes made with cricket flour and each cupcake has a cicada on top so that people have actual visual cue of. Oh that's something that's kind of weird and then they're drawn into it and read more about what is actually going on there. The bakery is one of three fake storefronts designed to get people thinking about climate change. Artists caitlyn patton created the art installations with beth ranki and ecologist at northeastern illinois university rather than focus doom and gloom. The team decided to provoke people's curiosity. Global warming threatens to disrupt food production so patton rinky imagine a future when alternate ingredients. Such as insect based protein and flowers are mainstream. These products already exist. So it's not a farfetched idea that was the thing that was really important to both of us. Is that all of these. Things had to be more realistic than fantastical. So although the imaginary storefronts are whimsical they're designed to encourage more people to engage with the serious consequences of global

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CDC expected to reduce social distancing recommendation for schools based on Massachusetts study

Nightside with Dan Rea

00:59 sec | 3 months ago

CDC expected to reduce social distancing recommendation for schools based on Massachusetts study

"Expected to switch gears and in a matter of days recommend less physical distancing in schools that switched in person learning. The agency has been considering a study from Massachusetts about this. WBC's Kim Tunnicliffe spoke with one of the authors. The findings of the study suggests that three ft of distancing in classrooms is Justus good as six FT as long as students and staff were wearing masks co author Dr Weston Branch. Women of Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital says researchers compared infection rates between Massachusetts schools that required three FT of distancing and those that required six FT. Here's what they found no statistical difference and no significant difference. Doctor Element says The study shows that kids should not be kept out of school because of the distancing issue. We can bring students and staff at the classroom safely with three FT of distance, and that's a really exciting and important finding, because it's far more feasible for many school district's to bring students back at Three ft than six FT Him Tom, a. Cliff WBZ, Boston's news radio, and we

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How to achieve more with marketing automation

99 Challenges

05:20 min | 3 months ago

How to achieve more with marketing automation

"Hello and welcome. I'm your host. Peter bank founder offended or consulting in. Today's we will talk about email. Marketing and marketing automation as marketing. Tools are getting better and better. Much of the marketing activities can be able to meet it. But do we need to automate everything that we cannot meet if so how can we stop to discuss the best practices. I invite enjoy keller. Cto of friendly of brazzi friendly marketing automation company. Straight out of switzerland. Hey joey welcome to the show. It'll be third year awesome. So let's start with a big intro. What are you doing. What's what's your journey. How did you end up friendly and more importantly while the friendly do ideal. Short niger me. Let's put it this way. I did send a lot of emails. Allen's working for america marketing company. we're focusing on email marketing a lot so i learned a lot about emailing in boxing least managements and then back to work in euro ethnically. I didn't move. Because i'm the same place but i joined friendly last year. Actually today the at one years old soins manipulation Thank you. I am the cto friendly in responsible or infrastructure warning our clients and in general. I'm responsible for their success. Automation and also the assistant perfectly within the martic officers project monarchy's softer trendy. Automate is based on in france. First base price pricing tools. We also have the analytics which is a calculus picks competitor. I'm insane so we are focusing. Most up been sore so you can check out on sale also than company which means you can see how much we earn how much we spend. We nothing. We have nothing to what that i saw that on the website. It's is everything is super transparent. You do do share everything. Which is i think it's amazing. I only so this type of transparency. Approach i at with buffer where they share pretty much everything about their company on how they are doing and then he turned to most of the indie hackers. And the in this daca preneurs day. Also do sheriff thing and i just glad to see the friendliest part of that network to green jacket and you see conversation piece and how do you. So who are the decline of friendly. So how do you help them. Mostly small businesses are medium sized businesses. Why they're coming to you. So people are coming to s- clients coming to us because they realized that they need marketing automation. The funny thing is that most of these companies don't even know what marketing automation as point. Because it's a boss for everyone's talking. I wanted to as that than another text savvy. Startup companies do understand and use automation every day but business and medium size businesses who are not like super tech savvy. They don't really know. What is the marketing automation. In the general heard about divert of course because it's a buzzer But they don't know what they can out mate. Yes so marketing automation. Is beth. nissen so you're trying to have you are trying to deliver the right message at the right time to the right people. That's what marketing automation as most often is actually do it without knowing boy. Thank carbon colori process. Someone doesn't finish shopping abandoned. That's mitch or thursday. Happy birthday discount. It's an automation because each happening on certain time certain triggers. It is not a personal email. The exact opposite will be sending your newsletters although that's also part of the marketing automation tools. Because it's very important for people to understand with opening emails. And he's not so. I bet to question what he's marketing automation. I didn't start. We not what. He's not going to do when i first heard commissioner In quantum comes out and people are so. That's not what it is. It won't replace any traditional marketing tools. Enhance them. It won't try to at least make tools. Yes for them. We in fact we have a. We have a army switzerland that A great company needs ways doing that but aren't In the general marketing automation tool stone generate content medically and it. It was replaced human touch. Also when it comes to sales and especially customer service so you can fire your customers jobs agent just because you can young mission you can make your life easier. You can have better customer journey custom better. Customer experience more efficient more sales more of sales process. Soak what he does. Let's say let's divide yourselves. Girl says into tweet speak version. Activates ample storage so for pico version. You can do a bunch of things you can make them aware of your servants friendly ultimate also tracks your needs on the website. So we know what they do. And based on that we can create personas

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Cuomo grope accusation reported to police

Ben Ferguson

00:44 sec | 3 months ago

Cuomo grope accusation reported to police

"On New York Governor Andrew Cuomo after the most serious allegations against him Yet by a former aide who claims he groped her. She did not file a police report, though there is one on record, according to the governor's acting attorney, Beth Garvey, the alleged victim, not wanting to report the incident meant the state reached out to police and Garvey was their point of contact. The accuser, who has not been named, says Cuomo groped her at the governor's mansion last year. This and other harassment allegations have led more than 100 state lawmakers to call for Cuomo's resignation. The governor continues to deny inappropriate contact with any of his accusers and says he will not step down. A state attorney general's investigation is continuing. GURNAL

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"beth" Discussed on Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey

Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey

03:16 min | 3 months ago

"beth" Discussed on Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey

"Sure if that's fruitful and not sure if that's productive i don't want to take away from any truly scriptural benefit That women from this not from this particular session but from the conference in general. And like i said i am not like some kind of heretic. Head-hunter that's not what i wanna do but i do want to infuse clarity where there seems to be confusion especially it comes to social and racial justice so i get lots of questions about particular teachers and bible studies and women's conferences. And whether or not. I think that they're solid or not and i can't answer all of these questions because i don't always have enough information to make an assessment like i said and i do want to avoid gossip and to of course i am very thankfully not the arbiter of who is solid and who is not but we do have a really good way to discern which teachers are worth following or which teachings they're worth following and which ones are not based on god's word and so i just wanna talk about this subject that i think is throwing so many people at to a wheel of confusion leading so many people in the wrong direction even teachers that we typically deem solid seemed to be getting wrong and we talk about it a lot in that. Is this race injustice issue. And i know i know some of you might be thinking. Who am i to talk about this subject. I'm just a white girl. I'm just a podcast. Or i'm just twenty nine. Why would i be talking about this. And if you want to dismiss me for those reasons that's totally fine. You can click away but i will point out the doing sell discounting what i'm going to say. Based on that alone is a logical fallacy a form of the appeal to authority fallacy. That dismisses someone's argument based on their seeming lack of authority rather than contending with the argument that they're actually giving so. I encourage you if you will to hang with me. This is a subject that we talk a lot about on this podcast but in light of the recent comments that i listen to at this gathering made by some very influential speakers. I'm at a very influential place. I feel the need to kind of clear. Some things up for you guys so let me. Just say this. According to the bible there is no black church white church there are different churches in different communities neighborhoods cities countries but black and white churches are not real are biblical stories ultimately. Of course we know that there is one church the ethnic makeup of which was preordained by god. Before the foundation of the world a fijian's one four says he chose us in him before the foundation of the world that we should be holy and blameless before him so that means a couple of things that means that any history of racism in the christian church is an egregious sin that we should have no problem examining and confronting with specificity and with wisdom james to nine but you show partiality you're committing sin in our convicted by the law as transgressor so partialities ascent.

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"beth" Discussed on Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey

Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey

04:23 min | 3 months ago

"beth" Discussed on Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey

"She agrees with the teaching. She serves at her church. She respects her pastor in. That church happens to be a part of the sbc. That woman is not gonna get up and change churches and especially if she is married to someone who also feels at home at a particular church is under solid teaching like that woman is not going to get up and leave her church in nor should you by the way. Please do not leave your church on behalf of beth more. Leave your church if it's on biblical teaching. Leave your church of. It's not if your pastor is preaching the gospel leave your church if he's not preaching since alvin and repentance one hundred percent but please do not leave your church because beth moore left the sbc that would be such a silly flip. It reason. I think so often the people that report on changes within christianity or any kind of event that happens in christianity. They still have their secular goggles on and so they are viewing the church in christianity through the lens of their secular worldview not understanding how families in churches in dynamics in choices work Within the church if you feel you need to leave your church. Like i said used a surname met use prayer. Talk to people. Talk to your pastor. I would encourage you before you do so. But please do not make that kind of decision. Based on beth more honestly we don't even know the full reasons why she left the sbc so it would be so silly of us to make a choice based on something that beth moore dies Now there is a lot of information out there. If you're curious about the things that beth moore taught why people call her a false teacher. There's a lot of information out there about that and there are legitimate concerns with her teaching that you can read about. I would encourage you not to shut your mind off to that to that. Concern in to that accusation. If you're someone who like me has read a lot of her staff and felt like you benefited from a lot of her staff. Who talks her her books. Maybe when you're in college like i- ways. I would just hear out the concerns about that. I am not a heretic. Hunter and i don't have time to comb through every person sermons and books i mean. Sometimes it's very obvious. We can call out particular false teachers and false teachings other times. It's not as obvious. But i do always us to discernment and call us to thoughtfulness in call us to prayer and so if you're curious about why even people say that or accuser of that. Then there's plenty of information about that online if you want to know that point of view as for this particular story. I don't have the money to say okay. She left sbc. I kind of think that. I understand why it doesn't affect my belief system in any way it really doesn't affect me and it probably doesn't affect her all that much either..

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"beth" Discussed on Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey

Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey

05:31 min | 3 months ago

"beth" Discussed on Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey

"That's clear as mud and this is kind of we've seen this coming for a while. She has certainly gotten louder politically over the past few years. She has always been a voice for kind of anti trumpism. Within the evangelical church has been pushed back on for example for preaching to men in certain contacts. She has been questioned about her stance on sexuality and her partnering in friendship with particular teachers that most christians would consider false teachers. And so there's been a lot of and not just that people also have questioned some of her teachings and whether or not they're biblically solid like if she believes in kind of this word of faith name it and claim it contemporary prayer. Type thing that a lot of people are troubled by so she is no stranger to controversy especially over the past few years. She is no stranger to criticism over the past few years. Of course her. Simply having controversy and criticism it doesn't necessarily make her controversial or worthy of criticism. And i'm not saying that she's not either but i'm just saying the existence in the presence of those things don't necessarily validate criticisms and controversy if that makes sense. But you guys know that. I do disagree with beth. More on a variety of things have talked about that if talked about How she has waded into the waters of woke news on particular on in particular areas. How i just think she's wrong on that. She's talked about christian nationalism in multiple times. I've tried to press her on what she actually means by the things that she is saying. I have tried to get her to define her terms in a variety of contexts. And unfortunately i haven't been able to get any kind of response to that into. I am not particularly surprised by her. Leaving the southern baptist convention. There were a few other churches that decided to leave the southern baptist convention after the sbc came out opposing critical race theory and saying look like of course. We believe that racism is wrong. Of course we believe that we should reckon with eighty kind of part of our history that still needs to be confronted or any wrongs that need to be righted. But we believe critical race. Theory is the wrong way to go about that. Which is absolutely true by the way is like i don't even see why that's controversial at all but Some churches that people would probably categorize in some ways is more progressive..

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"beth" Discussed on Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey

Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey

03:39 min | 3 months ago

"beth" Discussed on Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey

"Alright this is according to christianity. Today beth says she is no longer a southern baptist. So i think a lot of people who didn't grow up evangelical church either. You grew up catholic or you didn't grow up in the church at all. have some confusion. About what denominations it is. It's very confusing and it's kind of like the nuances of a particular language. Like if you didn't grow up speaking a language it can be hard to understand all the intricacies and the nuances and the slang that comes with the language. It's very christian knees to talk about the different kinds of denomination so the southern baptist convention. It's a particular denomination of baptists. You can be a baptist without being part of the southern baptist convention and there are different theological tenets that come with being a baptist one of them as being a credo. Baptists that means you believe in believer's baptism rather than for example. Infant baptism most presbyterians. Do infant baptism. Catholics obviously do infant baptism but baptists. You not do infante believe that that is part of necessary consecration of a child to the lord and we could get into all of that. But i won't get into that right now because we don't have time but you can be a baptist without being a part of the southern baptist convention. There are lots of churches. Not just in. The south are part of the southern baptist convention and there are. There's a particular confession that southern baptist. Churches must adhere to and must affirm to be a part of the southern baptist convention. There is you know. If you're a united methodist church there is certain creed that you abide by. A few are a lutheran. That's another denomination in. So there are lots of different denominations within the protestant church some of our disagreements gospel centered like if it is a works based salvation. Or if it's by grace through faith like a fijian's two eight ten says so we've got some bigger disagreements between these denominations and we also have some smaller disagreements between denominations for example so there's there's presbyterian church of america there's presbyterian church of the united states of america one is more liberal. One is more conservative. The conservative presbyterians tend to align with southern baptists on a lot of theological issues but one issue that we disagree on infant baptism. Of course like i said. But we don't regard that as salvation issue look. I've got a lot of friends who are presbyterians. When i went to college i went to a presbyterian church for part of college and so That infant baptism scatology. These are all very important issues. But we don't typically regard these as selfish'' issues and then within denominations you also have a different beliefs for example calvinism versus armenian. Is there are a lot of differences in calvinism and armenian his. But one disagreement that we have is predestination versus free will when it comes to salvation in so there are some secondary and tertiary although very important disagreements between all of these different groups but when it comes to denominations beth more leaving the southern baptist convention is not leaving necessarily necessarily an explicitly a particular belief system but just a particular group of churches..

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"beth" Discussed on Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey

Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey

03:28 min | 3 months ago

"beth" Discussed on Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey

"Who are here in the united states or anywhere are serving as exiles in the same way that israel was in exile for example in babylon and that we can operate under the same principles that god gave to them and one of those principles was to seek the welfare of the city in which god had placed them. So this is jeremiah. Twenty nine five through. Let's see we'll do through seven build houses and live in them plant gardens and eat their produce take wives and have sons and daughters take wives for your sunday. Give your daughters in marriage that they may bear sons and daughters multiply there and do not decrease but seek the welfare of the city where i have since you into exile and pray to the lord on its behalf for in its welfare you will find your welfare so it seems to me that chris chance wherever we are whether we're in the united states or whether we're in england or somewhere in the middle east or whether we're in asia it doesn't. It doesn't matter wherever christians are. We are exiles on earth. Our home our citizenship is in heaven yet. While we are here it seems that we are called to advance the welfare of the city of the nation in which we are dwelling. That doesn't mean that we depend on religious liberty for our happiness for our obedience for contentment and for our comfort. But because we care about the least of these because we care not just about christians who are persecuted by all people who are persecuted. Because we don't like what we see going on in places like china we absolutely should care about religious liberty that is part of seeking the welfare of the country in which we are dwelling. So that's that's my take on all of that and again i'm willing to have pushed back on that like i have gotten a lot of thoughtful emails in the past couple of weeks after the max lucado and ravi zacharias showed that we did and i always appreciate thoughtful and biblical emails. I read them. They make me think. There's a lot of trolleys type of emails to you. That i just don't read but you guys always give me good perspectives and good thoughts and i appreciate that and i welcome them in this case because i could see how i would be how it could possibly be getting something wrong. But it's hard for me to track with this argument that promoting religious liberty promotes idolatry promoting idolatry promotes idolatry but promoting the freedom be able to make individual choices is not a direct promotion of idolatry and we see that the alternative to that is very bad not just for christians for all people all right. I'm going to get into this beth more story. I want to tell you guys about a sponsor in that is built. I would say it's my can. I say it's my tastiest sponsor. I think that i can. I think that. I can probably say that it is they. Create these awesome protein bars they're low low-calorie sugar their high protein high fiber. They're great if you or doing kito for example. They've only got one hundred ten to one hundred sixty calories sixteen to twenty grams of protein. Only three to five net carbs a really healthy way to of tide you over between meals and they really do taste like a candy bar they have eighteen flavors and they're all covered in one hundred percent chocolate..

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"beth" Discussed on Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey

Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey

05:04 min | 3 months ago

"beth" Discussed on Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey

"Macarthur argument which is that religious liberty does not in fact promote false religion. Religious liberty does not promote religion anymore than gun companies promote suicide by making guns that are routinely used by to commit suicide religious. Liberty is have you. The citizens should be free to make individual decisions in regard to lawful worship and that such decisions should be governed with equal protection under the law. He goes on to say. Adam groza for the christian post goes on to say what about macarthur's claim that christianity has flourished without religious freedom and that christians don't need any help from the government while sure. Christianity doesn't need any help from utility companies. Either but i am guessing grace community. Church is kept cool in the summer in warm in the winter. Thanks to southern california. Edison or some other provider. A doesn't simply doesn't follow that. If something is not needed that something is not good. I am much more sympathetic. To adam grosses argument in regards to religious liberty. Then i am john macarthur's in i am totally willing to be proven wrong on this. I understand this is a debatable topic and as someone who is a conservative. I could probably be accused of allowing my political leanings and my admiration of the founding and my admiration of the constitution. I could be accused of allowing that to color my theology. I don't think that's what i'm doing. I think i have a pretty good argument for religious liberty that is not in any way contradictory to scripture and actually is in line with it so i i don't agree with this idea. And this is what adam groza said as well. I don't agree with this idea that fighting for religious liberty is fighting for a dollar tree is fighting for the promotion of other religions. Religious liberty is what allows and what has allowed by either. Greece have got america to be the number one center of missionaries. The number one adopter of the hub for the best hospitals most of which were founded by christian home to the best academic institutions in the world. Many of which were founded by christians and of course we understand that many of these institutions as well as our government has lost its way but the freedom the religious liberty that christians and people of other religions have enjoyed in the west and in particular in the united states over the past. Few hundred years has been used by the power of god according to the grace of god. I'm in magnificent ways. I'm not saying that. God needed religious liberty to do that..

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"beth" Discussed on Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey

Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey

02:51 min | 3 months ago

"beth" Discussed on Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey

"Relatable happy wednesday. I'm super excited about today's episode. Because we're going to talk about three subjects that you guys have been asking me to cover this week there. Hot topics within the evangelical church. I am going to touch on if gathering. That is a large christian women's conference which is being nationally. Maybe even internationally. And i have gotten so many nasa from you guys asking me for my thoughts on it so this is not going to be. It's not gonna be any kind of like call louder accusations or anything like that. I'm going to give you my thoughts on a particular subject. That was covered. You guys expressed concerns about We're going to do that at the end. I i'm going to talk about john macarthur in his statement that i wouldn't fight for religious freedom because i won't fight for idolatry. I'll tell you what. I think about that as someone who cares about religious liberty and does say that we should fight for religious liberty and also someone who aligns pretty solidly theologically with john. Macarthur someone who admires him a whole lot. I'll tell you my thoughts on that. Also give you some thoughts on beth. More leaving the sbc that's the southern baptist convention. So before we get started. I do want to say if you love this podcast and it has been helpful to you at all. Of course let me know. Message me if that's something that you want to do that means so much to me but please feel free to leave a five star review On apple if that's where you listen. Subscribe on youtube if you watch the podcast. That really is super helpful to me and super helpful to the show. Thank you to those of you. Who already have done that. But if you have it feel free to leave that five star review if you truly love the show. That would mean a lot to me okay. Let's start with this. John macarthur story so according to the christian post john macarthur said i would not fight for religious freedom because i won't fight for idolatry john macarthur says that he doesn't support religious liberty a core component of american cultural values because it allows for idolatry. The christian post goes onto report it this way the pastor of grace community church in sun valley california was giving his state of the state of the church address last wednesday. It was replacing this year. Shepherds are shepherd conference which has been postponed and he urged evangelicals to stop for me an alliance with non-christian groups to promote religious freedom. Because christians don't need religious freedom. He argues the gospel offense the center and seeks to break this comfort and contentment by bringing him into stark realization of the eternal judgment of god..

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"beth" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

Anna Faris Is Unqualified

02:47 min | 7 months ago

"beth" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

"End up doing a physical comedy but even if i'm trying to be sexy schoolgirl alden be like weird voice and he's i can't take you seriously you please stop. You'd be like me. You're like i just gotta make this joke. Just real quick. So what are your days like. What are you liking. Not liking at home warranties. My dream me too. yeah i. I wish i'd love not having dinner plans. It's great i know i just. I like come home from work. I like maybe do an exercise. Something and then. I cook like a real wife from the nineteen fifties. No i just love being a homebody. I do too beth. I'm so with you on that. I saw but beth what you like to cook at kind of really switched a plant based in the past four months. So i've been experimenting with a lot of like vegan cooking. So i just made an incredible like chia seed. Butternut squash sweet potato chili. I'm usually not a good cook at all. I'm not a chef michael's amazing but because i've sort of switched my diet to be more animals environmentally friendly and all that and i also hear that diet like helping are really related really truly like i've noticed a really big difference in my anxiety from like eating really better. Yeah and i'm not one to restrict. I think everything in moderation so like i would never be like you have to be plant based whatever. I'm not going to be ever that kind of person because i think everybody's different but i will say like it's been really fun to like eat whole foods from the earth that make me feel good. I don't have that afternoon slump at work. Like yeah like where you need coffee on like shoot day like when everybody orders coffee around three or four before we go into like the evening part you now. I've been great. So i've been cooking that i've been making a lotta jams jams. I'm basically like really into like home setting stuff. We gotta get you this place in new york. Thank you right. Can you help me. I know it's just now everybody's moving out of new york city s of a real estate prices are out of my budget up there at the moment but someday i think they'll come back now and when everybody goes back let's do a crowd fundraising campaign. Maybe we could. Just start a commune of people who wanna live off the earth up there. It doesn't even need to be crowdfunding. All by the property sunday and then anybody who wants to just like rescue animals and grow their own food and like dance doing yoga and all that and be hippie. Can come along amazing beth. Is there a talent or ability that you would most like to have that you. Don't i really liked to play the banjo..

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"beth" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

Anna Faris Is Unqualified

03:33 min | 7 months ago

"beth" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

"Hey everyone. I'm so happy to have beth. Bears join me today. On the podcast. I can't believe it's taken this long. I i met beth when she would come singing down the halls on the warner brothers. Lot where she was shooting. Her sitcom two broke girls. Now bath is on. cbs neighborhood. she's married and has her own. Podcast called harmonic with beth bears. It's all about music creativity and wellness. Probably what we all need right now later in the episode. I'm joined again by social psychologists marriage and relationship expert finkel who has some qualified insight to offer our listeners. Lastly i want to thank all of you again for your kind reviews and comments get in touch with us. Intelligence story by finding the link on unqualified dot com. A really really love hearing from you and now here she is at fairs. Ladies and gentlemen you're listening to qualify own affairs. I miss you and look at your face. It's been so long i.

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"beth" Discussed on Couples Therapy

Couples Therapy

06:02 min | 10 months ago

"beth" Discussed on Couples Therapy

"Roll it. Will be before we started recording. Beth mentioned her baby hairs and then you had a question that he wanted to get on the record you want. Her feet to the fire on the following question you ask her in three two one go did you grow up around black folks? The answer is no, not really my my. School was. Not Very diverse to the point where in my class we had josh was the only Black Guy Jan.. And then I became because I did speak to mate I became friends with Caroline Jackson and and her dad was wacker mumbles weight and we hung out for a long time. We can speech together she's from neighboring school. We're both in humorous insurer one day one day she goes which one of your parents I was like excuse. I wish it were. Because people famously call you the white t Campbell true so that Brian Babylon do you guys Ryan says yes. Yes. Also calls me low Michael like like he's Joe Jackson and I will. Because he probably down to Brownsville Coffee House and like. You know what? Chicago stand scene north side and south side are really separate. Like little route started in the south side and he would come up and stuff. But like you know there's jokes notes unless you made an effort to go to both sides then you are. Going to Oh that that came from Brian Babbel's. Little Michael made her way. Well, okay. You got you. You made up for your high school time by going to the south side you know. Yeah. Oh God. Brian Ran Brownsville coffeehouse, and she was like a really fun shells. Quick question me more black people at high school or your high school somehow still mind somehow still mind I know you wouldn't think you wouldn't think. Josh. Josh. Fancy Pants. Dalton in. But then they also did this program called prep for prep, which is basically like preparing students of color for these fancy schools. So why still in seventh grade and ninth grade, you get an influx of kids who have done prep for prep and are like ready and smarter than everybody you learn how to defraud an investor not. Know what else very wealthy people now, the problem is that you learn to be real smart really prep for prep should just be learning how to get like. Psychologically fucked with by white girl. Real preparation I feel no magin you don't like different like gossip girl was a documentary to me. I laughing and I have never seen that show but I feel like I know from just the commercial. Some white girl out standing in a doorway with a nice like. Like I'm taking him two. Thousand. And like killing the woman who was supposed to go with him and it's like you didn't have to kill her. But okay. So. anyways. So Beth. You know we are going to be answering people's relationship questions, all kinds of so we'd like to always start off with our guest. It'd be like you know, where are you at what's going on with you emotionally because it really provides that backdrop? Yeah. Where are you right now in your heart there is in my heart. Right now. I got a check in I. Knew obviously I knew what I was coming onto. I think. I'm like relationship I guess I'll just start by saying I'm unattached anyone I'm single. I think I can actually officially sit I've said this before, but it never lasts. I'm I'm I joke about it on stage with the point is Rarely single and I was actually going to bring this up. Yes I. Okay. See You keep a man that's. Yes So. I guess what I'm dealing with now is I I went on genetic courteous podcast and we talked about codependency is nothing I'm super fluent in I. have a joke about it where I say like relationship relationship I think he felt like, oh dependent but I don't think I really like I've never studied enough to I'm a codependent I went to one CODA meeting and I was like an nine seal on it like I I wasn't into the way CODA yet codependency anonymous like it is a twelve step program or whatever. And I just yeah I don't. I didn't jive with it I like I didn't stay. And Gum my point what I'm getting at is it seems as if I can't be alone almost like I need to have a need to know someone's there even if I'm not with him and I broke up with them. It would be best to like cut things off complete witless people sometimes, I don't do that. Yes. You could call you could say that I am bread crumbs them but I'm I'm very clear that I don't to be in the relationship but then they talk to me, I don't settle boundary where it's like no communication a I I'm back and forth and that doesn't help them detect really helped me. It gives me that sense of like somebody wants me right right when the ideal would be. So bring it back to making an actual point. where I would like to be just. Depending on myself like safe in myself. Myself and that's it. For whatever that needs in it's I. Think it's also acting up because we're not performing Brian I. Never GonNa Comics you like needs to get up I was never that I'm five tonight got. I'm the I'm the comic. That's like Oh. That's a crowd of three who wants to go home. You know we we call on it. Are we calling it? I'm going to order some food. Always like and ready to get out..

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"beth" Discussed on Couples Therapy

Couples Therapy

02:13 min | 10 months ago

"beth" Discussed on Couples Therapy

"Feel like you don't know how to handle that information. Well like I don't know. Feel like other thing how La Sucks I'll ever understand like. We get it. You hate chiropractors because I think they do a lot of damage. Okay. Should we get? There was a rock monster. That was smashing the center of your city. And you're like man that rock monster we should do something about that then. You would repeat. I haven't played a Lotta Zelda Brennan the wildlife. There's a rock monster Zelda breath a wild caught Tallus Omega. Who's our guest today on my God? You know we've got the one the only bet stelling baby. I would say absolutely one of our favorite stand up and this was such a wonderful Combo I feel like I got into bed soul. You guys have you don't know bestselling she is a writer who has written for shows like crashing and the last. Oh Gee and I love you America Feed Sarah Silverman. She's also been on crashing also also, she just dropped a new comedy special on Hbo Max Call Girl Daddy so you need to hit that up hbo Max Beth stelling special and it is indeed special. Yeah. When I was out here when I first got my first job in two thousand thirteen. Yeah. Beth very graciously came over and spoke on my podcast beginning this. So when I was a nobody. Even as jokes I hate it. Really. Boy. Oh and of course. Because we are doing advice episodes in quarantine if you would like to call up yourselves. Obviously we'll take DM's if you don't want to have your voice out on the airwaves, but we love your voice we left here we are coming from emotionally. So if you are down, please hit us up at three, two, three, five, two, four, seven, eight, three, nine, this is like the phone number I've members it's like my mother you and the call in line also it's either three three. Phone. Number still your number, my parents number right and the call online for as there, which is three, two, three, two, four, seven, eight, three, nine. Okay. You guys done what the housekeeper let's get bet stally.

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"beth" Discussed on Good For You

Good For You

07:17 min | 11 months ago

"beth" Discussed on Good For You

"That's why I'm not someone who came up on stand up like, yeah, I don't them I remember someone in high school i. Don't you doing an impression of anyone I don't see like she's like this meets this I'm always like Beth is her own betting pool. Thanks. Yeah. I think you're your own thing to we are different which is like I said I. It's always important to remind people that women are different types of comedian. There's more than one type. I am just more. Yeah. I prefer the type of. Like when I played Vegas for example yeah. I think you you destroy a big theater like you are. You're more animated. When I play Vegas, I'm doing Kimmel's club and I have to open with just. So you guys know like this isn't going to be like book dome shoot like over your head it's really more of. A scavenger hunt for my punch lines. So best of luck to all of you and let's begin. Having their minds more of a pop up on. Your mind is like you know I, you know I definitely grew up in a home where I was not heard. I grew up in a home where you had to fight really hard for attention you people were falling asleep passing out at five PM people were having affairs they were busy they were narcissist whatever and I had to I mean literally the point I remember going to a therapist who was like, why are you yelling legs? She literally were just like in a small room. It was just like I just thought this is how I had to talk to be heard. Yeah. So it's taken me so long to just talk at a normal decibel level and I just I'm receiving it. I, it's not invade him. It hits me how self contained. It's almost like an and I'm comfortable. Now now that the screen's gone and I'm still wondering like how might look from the side and why would we have me at the side? You know your this is your this is. Awesome. Yeah. No this is my this cameras not okay. You're is just for cutting so but the thing. That I'm more confident than I. Love It. When someone that has a standard special coming HBO Max Has Been On Camera I. Truly Fourteen years like how do I like a bad shipment sale? Thank. But we still I think people think when they see that we post ourselves in social media and do specials that we for some like our pierce talk, peace with our appearance. Your. Spiral here like she should be in a tank top by the way right now I'm wearing under. Her body's beautiful. I was like. Three years from now you're going to be like I should have been naked every day. The way that I looked. Naked to I'm just saying like every year that passes missed opportunity to be. Time Yeah I. Don't like wearing tank tops because I don't like Hell My. my armpits may have giant Azure it just, but I get distracted when other people don't here's this tiny garage their. Time I don't want the pedophile is to get to that. Tiny vagina shoulder. So yeah. I just. Think that I have I. had this thing where I felt very codependent when you came like she's so dressed down and show. Dress down and just look Chilean she's GonNa think we're like it's the same. It's like I'm not nervous now but like my default mechanism is A little more withdrawn pulled like even filming the special I thought I've been doing this for a long time I. Our special done half hours before I thought I heard it. I was like I'm ready in I was so surprised how nervous I was its APPS. It's if you're not nervous when you're on stage in front of a thousand people, there's something wrong you're a psychopath. Being tape you should be nervous, and by the way, nerves are good like there's a was a war on nervousness anxiety. Nervous visiting society can be an engine to make you more. It makes your senses more focused. It makes you more alert and makes you better like nervous not bad. There's this entitlement among this next generation people that believe they should never have anxiety. Is the reason our species proliferated it is the like there's survive really anxiety is such a gift. It is your gut it is your instinct. It makes you hyper sensitive like it's it's a good thing like if we get rid of anxiety, you'll just be in bad relationships for the rest of your life because you won't have something telling you to leave. Yeah. We that's our body telling you. I have had plenty moments where my body and everything's telling me to leave. And I don't I can't and it's different reasons each time typically but the main one is like, oh, I, don't want him to be mad at me. Remind me I'm bad gotta be good. Yeah you know. So you stay too long. It's like I know I'm I'm willing to be unhappy with someone for up to three years I just stay extra long because you're worried about her and their feelings. Let's get into like some jokes on this and my special. Yeah. I've stayed in relationships because. Truly. Like I've been scared before because I'm like I'm Never GonNa win. I'm not going to be able to get out even if I try like I just I fully like I'm GonNa. Be Gas and I just don't even want to embarrass my and then I'll feel embarrassed inch shameful. Cry and can't successfully extricate myself or my main break-up move is to be an asshole until they break up with me, that's your main move as my main. Works Great Karmic Lee Sat. where I'm like, I'm going to be Judy and just hope that we last week it's not like no one's dating is but they don't. They usually don't even notice. I don't think I've ever been like this isn't working I would love to be confident like I've known as in say it's over I'm sure about it. Let's move on and I'm still with like four people. I just never handle it. Like they I just I don't even know because my thing is as soon as you're sitting down to talk through something you're getting back together like I know. I I've just historically am just like I'd rather you just manipulate me and me I'll talk myself into this because it's just going to be like exhausting have to have this conversation I think for me. It's less if a man starts crying I I like I panicked like on all stay healthy please stop crying because. One early to that I'm like watching a man cry is so deeply upsetting because they start crying all the tears they'd never got to cry in their childhood in it becomes. Uncontrollable sobbed it's not even about you. The too much emotion I. Say Love you now I'm like? With. It opens a damn that like. Oh God man cries he cries for like four days which having to me thinking about like Oh a lot of people crying. Guy Yeah Yeah I think. Definitely. Relate to that and to me it's more it just kind of goes back to the want this person to not like me. But I'm breaking up with them like I see the goal is for you to stop loving me but I don't want you're not. Because it's The goal is to not like me so I don't hurt you when you keep like these I can break your heart. Duda. There's what I realized with relationships in some very wise. Had this me once there's no such thing as a good break-up stop tournament a break-up like perfect. Yeah. Yeah. One person's always gonNA be hurting more than the other person. It's always gonna be always gonNA suck stop trying to make it a good I like I.

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"beth" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"beth" Discussed on RobinLynne

"Beth two two two two london the death two two oh two two two two oh two two just just one more chance now two mm oh it.

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"beth" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

VIBES-LIVE

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"beth" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

"Beth two two two two london oh two two oh two two two two one two two one more day you're just one march as them uh the people on the outside whoever is listening to this conversation these guys the escorts beal and have told me each and every one of them that they ought side for what they have done that's why wrote the titlesong to this album all we need is another chance and i'm just asking you please give it to two one.

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"beth" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"beth" Discussed on RobinLynne

"Beth two two two two london oh two two oh two two two two one two two one more day you're just one march as them uh the people on the outside whoever is listening to this conversation these guys the escorts beal and have told me each and every one of them that they ought side for what they have done that's why wrote the titlesong to this album all we need is another chance and i'm just asking you please give it to two one.

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"beth" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"beth" Discussed on RobinLynne

"Beth two two two two london oh two two oh two two two two two oh just one more just one march as them two the on luna not boom ooh.

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"beth" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

VIBES-LIVE

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"beth" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

"Beth two two two two london oh two two oh two two two two two oh just one more just one march as them two the on luna not boom ooh.

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