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Fresh update on "bock" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:59 min | 2 hrs ago

Fresh update on "bock" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

"Flooding. Now fairfax county once residents to live in structures that can better withstand 100 year event storms. Fairfax now reports the board of supervisors, the environmental committees, considering a proposal to make all existing and future development more able to do that. It's part of the county's plan on energy and climate action approved last fall. A study in cost estimate are expected next spring, full plan is expected later in the year. Sunday will mark ten years since a freelance journalist working for The Washington Post was taken in Syria. Now the newspaper is trying to remind those in power he needs to be brought back At the entrance to The Washington Post's downtown K street office, a banner now reads hashtag bring Austin home. It means so much to me. That is exactly what Austin needs. Austin tice was reporting on the war in Syria in 2012 when he went missing weeks later a video of him blindfolded and bound surfaced online. It was the last sighting of him. Deborah Tyson's his mother and hopes the banner will remind nearby congressman senators and the president that also needs help. No, I would like to have a constant drip where in Boston, when are you going to bring him home? What are you doing to bring him home? Push, push, push. Luke Luger, W two. He knew he had four 25 money news 25 and 55 with Jeff clay bock. By the closing bell, the Dow was down 58 points. The S&P 500 Index down 18. That was a half percent, the

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Senate Judiciary Committee holds nomination hearing for ATF head

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 2 months ago

Senate Judiciary Committee holds nomination hearing for ATF head

"A day after a mass shooting at a Texas school kills 19 children and two adults the Senate holds a hearing on a new ATF head Testifying before the Senate Judiciary Committee President Biden's nominee for ATF director Steven detel box as if confirmed he would advance the cause of public safety I vow to never let politics in any way influence my actions Senate judiciary chair dick Durbin says he's qualified and needs to be confirmed The spot went vacant for four years Why Because the gun groups wanted to go vacant They don't want a strong agency doing its job Ranking committee members senator chuck grassley says he has concerns about dental bock heading the ATF Biden had to withdraw his first ATF nominee after stalling for months because of opposition from Republicans and some Democrats the NRA claimed it campaign to keep David chipman from the post I'm Julie Walker

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"bock" Discussed on The Ultimate Health Podcast

The Ultimate Health Podcast

02:44 min | 1 year ago

"bock" Discussed on The Ultimate Health Podcast

"Talk more about food allergies. This is an interesting thing to delve into talk. Abo- how often you'd see people with these back in the day. He talked about this this patient back when you gave that lecture that you already working with with autism and then how commoner they these days how is that changed over the years. Well i think they're more common There's there's actually food allergies which is a classical food allergy reaction Kind of more like the immediate strawberries. Get hide so to speak And then there's more delayed reactions food sensitivities which are different than denies to. They're usually they can be very very disguised because it can happen later. It doesn't happen right away. but and so i think the incidence of allergies has increased because the immune systems. Our kids have gotten skewed. And i'm happy to talk a little bit that sufficient second because i think it's contributed but So there's more and more issue's gi issues especially in the partition population. But certainly all these kids with mood. Disorders anybody with a chronic illness whether it be physical or neuropsychiatric. But what have you. You have to look at the gut and that when there are problems in the gut that can contribute in the microbiome The good the good bacteria in the gut that could contribute to immune imbalances skewed immune systems and more food allergies and also food sensitivities. Where you know where if you have a permeable gut lining you. Don't you lose the integrity of the gut. Lining keep certain things out especially large molecules. They get in tight. Junctions get opened up. These large molecules getting the immune system. Seventy to seventy five percent which lies right under the this one layered epithelium in the gut allows these molecules to getting immune system sees them and they reacting appropriately with an immune reaction to something that they should be reacting to food. And so whether you get a food allergy reaction Action and. I do believe that this is. There's no question has been happening. More and more. We see it more. And more i think disruption to the microbiome the microbiome is that correction of the microorganisms got trillions of bacteria other organisms that hopefully are in a healthy diversity a healthy balance but frequently unfortunately not and that also contributes to increasing food allergies.

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Food Allergies in Children with Dr. Kenneth Bock

The Ultimate Health Podcast

02:44 min | 1 year ago

Food Allergies in Children with Dr. Kenneth Bock

"Talk more about food allergies. This is an interesting thing to delve into talk. Abo- how often you'd see people with these back in the day. He talked about this this patient back when you gave that lecture that you already working with with autism and then how commoner they these days how is that changed over the years. Well i think they're more common There's there's actually food allergies which is a classical food allergy reaction Kind of more like the immediate strawberries. Get hide so to speak And then there's more delayed reactions food sensitivities which are different than denies to. They're usually they can be very very disguised because it can happen later. It doesn't happen right away. but and so i think the incidence of allergies has increased because the immune systems. Our kids have gotten skewed. And i'm happy to talk a little bit that sufficient second because i think it's contributed but So there's more and more issue's gi issues especially in the partition population. But certainly all these kids with mood. Disorders anybody with a chronic illness whether it be physical or neuropsychiatric. But what have you. You have to look at the gut and that when there are problems in the gut that can contribute in the microbiome The good the good bacteria in the gut that could contribute to immune imbalances skewed immune systems and more food allergies and also food sensitivities. Where you know where if you have a permeable gut lining you. Don't you lose the integrity of the gut. Lining keep certain things out especially large molecules. They get in tight. Junctions get opened up. These large molecules getting the immune system. Seventy to seventy five percent which lies right under the this one layered epithelium in the gut allows these molecules to getting immune system sees them and they reacting appropriately with an immune reaction to something that they should be reacting to food. And so whether you get a food allergy reaction Action and. I do believe that this is. There's no question has been happening. More and more. We see it more. And more i think disruption to the microbiome the microbiome is that correction of the microorganisms got trillions of bacteria other organisms that hopefully are in a healthy diversity a healthy balance but frequently unfortunately not and that also contributes to increasing food allergies.

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"bock" Discussed on The Wellness Mama Podcast

The Wellness Mama Podcast

04:16 min | 1 year ago

"bock" Discussed on The Wellness Mama Podcast

"Just freak in a good way. It's like i really believe that. So i i love to surround myself. Emily chosen family and also laugh. I'm i'm a guy that might kids kidney laughing and movie theater you can hear me. I left a lot in why. Because i think first of all just fully enjoy rights than an laughed and i think laughter is so important and tell you not having to do. Stand up comedy joking or a little fun teasing putting people down with just just at sharing laughs is so so important so it's an end for your interest. I mean there are studies to show that Help in the. I mean i may be sound now but you're asking me for very little little things that can have great benefits while a hug. What was one of the most difficult things during probably for me it was. You couldn't hug friends. You could hub and you could hug your your pod but you couldn't hug the people that you do and i found that very difficult. I think a lot of people. I know also found difficult because hugs are really important. I mean it's that's really yes. Those are small time commitments. But the house. yeah. I'm glad we brought it back to that community aspect because i mean we can say that's a small thing but also i. I really firmly believe that's actually. A big factor in blue zones is the very strong relationships and community that they have and we know from the data that having those solid relationships and regular in person time with people that you have strong relationships with. It's actually statistically as or more important than exercise than quitting smoking than your diet like a social human creatures. We absolutely need that for health side so glad we got back that as a wrapping up point you already answered the question about a book that had had a profound impact on your life. Are there any others that come to mind that you'd want to share as well as the main one i mean there's that was the name over the course of years. They've been that have been others. But when i was figuring one that jim down at me because that was the when it was many years ago and it was actually meditating with somebody. Who's an old friend. Actually somebody people is a basketball coach. Phil jackson these meditate. Every morning. he comes to my house at six thirty in the morning. This was before he coached at chicago bows and he hoped lived in which back and we meditate offer breakfast afterwards and that was it was just a very wonderful thing. We'd read piece of zinnemann beginners more. So that's that just jumps out as much more than any other book. What a cool story perfectly. Stay wrap up. I love that. We got to delve into the science. But also that so much of the advice came back to the quality of your relationships. Your meditation your friendships and the daily choices that you make your own health versus Sometimes the more extreme measures that are also very much necessary. And i will make sure like. I mentioned that your books are linked in the show notes for you guys listening wellness mama dot. Fm all of his books will be linked. They're also your practice. Are you taking new patients for anyone. Who is richly orderly and also they can go to the website grand inflamed dot com. 'cause there there's a place that they can actually down that we have templates and one is a blank template so kids having issues you can look at some of the Can look at some of the symptoms. In in. Kind of make your own graph. Compared to some of the templates obviously did not exactly their templates. For some of the other things i talk about and then you can. Maybe mab it in monthly yourself. Watch the progress. Hopefully some of the peaks go down. So that's something we can get on bringing flame dot com perfect. I will make sure that is linked as well. I know how busy you are so thank you for your time today. This was so informative. And i'm so grateful. Treasure your great and thanks as always all of you guys for listening and sharing your most valuable resources your time and energy and attention with us today or both so grateful that you did and i hope that you will join me again on the next episode of the wellness mama podcast. If you're enjoying these interviews would you please take two minutes to leave a rating or review on itunes for me. Doing this helps more. he bolted. Find the podcast which means even more moms and families can benefit from the information. I really appreciate your time and thanks as always for listening..

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"bock" Discussed on The Wellness Mama Podcast

The Wellness Mama Podcast

04:14 min | 1 year ago

"bock" Discussed on The Wellness Mama Podcast

"Chip cookies. While that's not the gluten free diet that we're talking about and i'm sure you understand that and then you know there's certain things we do for detox schedule. We actually check people's and status so they have a problem with methylated. Should we want to support that with method be twelve and missile flow late so there are a lot of things to be aware of in in in the context of the the the more toxic ins that we experience in the world for sure. And we can do it. You know so Inbred inflamed though. I talk about some very a lot of stories. And some of them are dramatic some of the lesser. They're also interspersed places of of how you could be more preventive with your kids like some of the things i'm saying now i mean so you know i take if i showed you the packet of nutrients i take every day because i know what they do for me and i and i take them but if you're going to try to give some very basic nutrients to kids you might think of you talk. Bang inflammation you know. What products are anti-inflammatory vitamin d officials. Let's say you're talking about anything officials to give a little vitamin e. to prevent it from sedation. If you're talking about. I call at the holy trinity impatient chris car. Actually give up that li The holy trinity fish oils vitamin d. In probiotics i think those are those are three things that i think can be considered for most people in terms of promoting kind of anti inflammation systemic. So many great tip in there. I was taking notes. This podcast is sponsored by wellness. That is by new line of natural. Good for you personal care. Products that's wellness with an e. On the end. When i realized years ago that there weren't any great natural personal care. Products worked as well as the conventional options set out to create ones that worked just comparable but better and from there. We've created haircare that nourishes and protects your hair rather than stripping it with harsh detergents many other types of pair care. We created a toothpaste that works with your mouth. Not against it to develop healthy teeth and gums and our dry shampoo is go to on busy days and after workouts also have a natural hand sanitizer that does not dry hands and some exciting new products to come so stay tuned. All products are based on the idea of working with your body not against it built with nourishing ingredients rather than harsh detergents are chemicals. I would love for you to try them and feel and see the difference for yourself by going to well. Mess dot com. That's w. e. l. l. n. e. s. s. e. Dhaka this episode is brought to you by alibaba and new kind of soda. That has become a fast favorite at my house. The idea of soda is usually associated with drinks are full of sugar. Corn syrup or artificial ingredients like aspartame. But ollie pop so different. They use functional ingredients that combined the benefits of group -biotics plant fiber and botanical to support your microbial and benefit your digestive health. Plus you get all the taste without the sugar or nasty ingredient. As an example there orange squeeze has five grams of sugar compared to other orange sodas that contain forty four grams of sugar and with ninety percent of americans already consuming much more than the. Usda's daily recommended intake sugar which is thirty grams. the majority of that comes from sweetened. Beverages like soda. That's the main source of added sugar in the american diet and ali pop provides alternative. That is not just not bad but very beneficial for you as well. All of the products are non. Gmo begin halio and kito friendly with less than eight grams of carbs per and we've worked out a special deal just for you. You can save fifteen percent on your purchase when you try any alley. pop labor's i personally recommend their variety. Pack which is a great way to get all their flavors and figure out which ones you like. Best go to drink. Ollie pop dot com slash wellness. Mama or use the code wellness mama at checkout to claim his deal. That's d. r. i. n. k. o. l. i. pop dot com slash wellness. Mama you can also find them many stores across the country including kroger whole foods and sprouts.

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"bock" Discussed on The Wellness Mama Podcast

The Wellness Mama Podcast

08:30 min | 1 year ago

"bock" Discussed on The Wellness Mama Podcast

"Diagnosis and give him medicine. You actually left. The person's speak and the truth is if you let a patient speak to ninety percent of figuring out is the history that the physical exam obviously important but it in obviously this psoriasis system thing extremely bored but i mean in terms of a of these conflicts things that history is so essential and i listened. I mean i. I spend an hour and a half sometimes up to two hours with a new patient krista so complicated so here for them i listen. Look through all the records if they bring. Sometimes it's like sometimes you get a hernia from picking up those records and sometimes i have actually Unfortunately even doing after hours. Because it's so much. But i do want to see it but that is the key. The key is to be able to look at it while recognizing what may contribute and there are a lot of clues. There are a lot of clues in that is one of the things that i think. I tried to make really really as clear as i could. Brain inflamed at the end of each chapter talking about various entities that can contribute to bring information and mood disorders. The kids is that there are clues that can like in terms align delivered endemic area. Where there's a lot of deers and ticks and live. Mike you know high in dutchess county new york. Would you know australian york hamptons. The birches or massachusetts northeast can had to get. I mean and it's all over the country so if somebody tells you live in state and they don't have live it's just not true. Have you had to take by heavy ahead. The bull's eye rash hat. Do you do things like play sports. Like if you're educated soccer played. Do they go in the woods to get ball. Do they like to play in parts. Go for walks and hikes. These are all things as a family go camping. And then there's things that lead you to the tick-borne would they have recurrent strip as a child. Where where that could lead the way to this kind of thing and other things in terms of thyroid their symptoms they constipated. They tired overweight to they. Have trouble losing weight. That have dry skin all these kind of things and there's many more with these clues that can that can direct me. 'cause it's not one size fits will. I don't have the protocol That's it's almost like individualized medicine or a now as being personalized medicine. Where you really try to you deal with each patient as an individual a used the knowledge base. I have as a foundation. But i try to listen to them without prejudicing it by that but actually you know obviously having the knowledge to try to put it together and let the patient or the parent in this case or speak until the story. That's the basic way. That alone should not be so groundbreaking and incredible but unfortunately in today's world. It seems like it often is. Because i had that experience with doctors who i felt like weren't listening at all and just kind of minimized my symptoms and give me five minutes and wanted me out the door and i hear from so many listeners. Who have had that experience where they feel like doctors aren't listening to them at all or that they're trying to communicate those things and i think that alone is a tremendous thing when a patient can find a a practitioner who becomes a partner with them and is willing to actually spend the time and start on a practical level. I know from hearing from parents like these when especially when a child is going through something like this it feel so overwhelming and oftentimes a little bit hopeless and it seems like the conventional answer often points to just pharmaceutical intervention. Which unfortunately these conditions from what you've just described are not happening because of a deficiency of a pharmaceutical so I'm curious on the practical side. Like what are some of those first steps that you take someone through when you've identified one of these implementary conditions in and on average. How soon do they start to see a change when they start implementing these things firstly it. It takes a while. I mean you get lucky and the changes very quick. But i think we have a certain precept a principal in the medicine. I wear if something has been going on for years. He's going to take years to get better. But you cannot expect it to get better in a couple of days and anybody tells you that it's really being unrealistic. So you know we. We like to make sure we give it enough time. I you got to figure it out. And it's like Like you said unpacking peeling the onion. So time is israel's especially if they'd say chronic infection my tick-borne which you know unfortunately he unfortunately a lot of these entities. There is. there's would. I say maybe polarizing approaches which is unfortunate in in lime and porn diseases. It's clear to me that people could have chronic cases yet there are unfortunately some doctors. And i'm not saying they're bad doctors in any way they probably mean good. They believe this that you you give two to. Four weeks of antibiotic and lime is done and everything after that is post treatment. Line syndrome. the way. There's a lot of evidence in publications that support that line can can and other tick-borne is orders can be more chronic unlash so the point is if that's the case you have to recognize that you may have to treat longer and unfortunately with all these treatments like even talk about panthers a tabby as i say you know you just can't treat for ten days if the immune system has been a dish regulated. You need released a month with an antibiotic and like in romantic fever where kids get an schilling for obtained eight hundred twenty one. Sometimes you may need to treat for much longer Months or even longer and the key is to be open to what's necessary a not limited just because that's what you're supposed to do. I think what you supposed to do. His treats the patient always being aware that there are potential side effects with antibiotics. So we treat tick-borne stripper later any of these things antibiotics. I always protect the got with Codex which would be probiotics saccharomyces belotti prebiotics and recognizing that you have to monitor the safety lab so we we check liver kidney blood cams every month to make sure that they're okay. It's not enough to just throw somebody on an antibiotic essay. It's helping him. It's great but you always have to be cognizant of potential scientists. And i think that is one of the things i teach. Doctors alive and i think is very important. Why it's really helped me be able to do this whistle. I started kadian in medicine. Thirty eight years ago. A lot of what. I was doing the kids. I was taking care of had recurrent ear infections so i was dealing with food allergies and yeast problems and getting trying to get him off antibiotics right and now to find myself using it in a more prolonged fashion for tic disorders for these in pange candidates kinds of patients. It's not what i would have preferred to do but yet you know we do use You know urban any suitable microbe isn't all that is rug. Don't get me wrong but you must do it. Works that help these kids and hopefully thankfully after thousands of kids come up with ways that that do. But i i is it always interesting. How somehow if you listen and you look and you let the patient really tell the story and you really figure it out and you treat them as they need to not with preconceived notions that you can really arrive at it. You really can. And that's where the ratifying for me. It's very complex. It's very hard work. But you know i mean when you treat these kids who have been sick for so long. You're not only helping the kids. You helping families. You're helping these kids that have mood dysregulation with aggression. Don't go to school for three years. I had kids that have been out of school for three. You help the family. The siblings parents grandparents. So it's for me. It's it's very gratifying. When you can really internet.

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"bock" Discussed on On Mic Podcast

On Mic Podcast

05:31 min | 1 year ago

"bock" Discussed on On Mic Podcast

"To have a long range good feeling about this that it's going to be here for a long time to come or not shutting these phones anytime soon right and It's exactly right but it's also why we're expanding to other products as well. So we're not reliant on a single product yep but that's exactly right and and it's also why the patent protection we have is broad enough that it covers covers a whole range of product but there is a lot to keep up with technology's is changing but people will always have products they'll always be wearing caps will always be have water bottles the always Have smartphones until everyone has a are glasses. I guess at some point down the road but they'll always be physical products and one thing we feel is the world has become so digital everything inside your phone. Why not combine the physical with with the digital and just make the product itself to physical hard good a platform to defeated a digital side and the digital content. You mentioned to me that there are several facets to being successful to staying in. They're not giving up coming up with alternate ideas. What role does luck play in in a situation like this. I know it. It plays a lot in my life. Where does it play in stephen box. Life you need. You need luck You need that inflection. Point or that magical moment for the business to really Take off so luck always always helps and the way i think about as you make your own luck a good friend of mine Said to me. He thinks about in terms of playing in traffic. If you're gonna plan traffic you're gonna get it so part of it is making sure you're out there doing a lot of things and sooner or later it will. It will be there for you But it's not it's not a fan of heart so to speak the new start up and entrepreneurial ventures you really have to get in there..

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"bock" Discussed on On Mic Podcast

On Mic Podcast

04:10 min | 1 year ago

"bock" Discussed on On Mic Podcast

"Sports teams owners listening is so imagine you give away a little accessory The phone while it's we produce in the arena and during halftime of the game whether it's a basketball game between periods of a hockey game the qr codes that we link this ten of them. That have will will refer to as a gold ticket so ten people who have those particular items when a free ticket to a game so it's a way of engaging your fans and giving away prizes and then they walk away with a branded product and then you can change that content over time so you can run contests down the road As well so that there's a ton of creative marketing applications for the product. That's really part of the magic. I'm chuckling because as a radio guy the way to win is to call and be the sixth caller at that particular time. You're holding a phone. Normally you'd use it to make a phone call but no you're using it to connect digitally and win a i love that. Such a brilliant concept and and it's you know you mentioned qr code now with the post pandemic period and restaurants. Most of us are now used to just flashing our phone over the qr code for the menu. That's commonplace so it makes it makes sense talk about some of your other clients because or types of clients because i know you want to expand and you're doing it and you're doing a lot of push so who's out there that's interested right now. Well we're working in different markets. So we're working in sports and lodging with European football clubs because of some great connections. We had into them. Were working on the work with some young music artists and the appeal there is they can link the new songs to the back of the swaps so not only will someone have an image of an artist that they follow on social media and really like but they can also does pull off the swap scan. It and the song will come up without having to go to youtube and look for it. entertainment We have a client were working with. Who's a movie producer. We created some swaps for her in the back linked to movie trailers of the film So does music sports..

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"bock" Discussed on On Mic Podcast

On Mic Podcast

05:21 min | 1 year ago

"bock" Discussed on On Mic Podcast

"Video and animation on the to help customers connect consumers Connect with what we do and understand what we do but we find in our marketing. A best marketing is putting product in people's hands. No absolutely and We'll talk about augmented reality and how that plays into this. But i have not switched of the photograph. Because i'm old school. I like the photograph. I'm gonna keep it but all in just in unscientific surveys. That i take walking down. Say a busy thoroughfare in downtown boston. Every phone i see is decorative in some way shape or form. I hope it's would swap on's and continues to be but kids young people women particularly are just everything revolves around the phone. It's it's the perfect place to put your your imagery well we. There's an article early on written about us where in forbes online where the The journalists said the best advertising space is hiding in plain sight because everyone is holding up their phones arena looking at it ruin. And everyone's looking at the back and seeing how you decorate you're on to your to your point on what you see in the streets One thing young people also like to do is change is changed the images. So if you have the phone case and you've spent twenty thirty or forty dollars on it and you grow tired of it you have to either spend another twenty thirty or forty dollars to get a new case or with soissons. This is part of business model. You can buy additional what we call swaps.

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"bock" Discussed on On Mic Podcast

On Mic Podcast

05:05 min | 1 year ago

"bock" Discussed on On Mic Podcast

"So as you know your number lawyer and i will say one With all due respect for my fellow patent lawyers talking to pat and lawyers is i. I like to refer to it as brain damage to really go through it. Because it's a very intricate process to go through with the patent office in terms of the claims you make and making sure you distinguish them from what they call prior art but then there's also the challenge of how do you expand it out if you wanna be a global company which we are. Had you expanded outside of the us which has a whole other set of rules attached to if you want to be in europe or asia or the country. So does it. There's a strategy. it is very expensive. It takes a long time to go through the patent office which is part of the development process. But the good news is once. You've achieved patents. You built yourself protection from competition extent. But it's it's a hard fought. And well earned battle congratulating uca's i know just a few other individuals and companies who've done it and it's really a chore. It's well worth one of the things that we thought we talk about. Besides the the incredible marketing value that this brings and we will get there is just how much grit and determination it takes to pull it off. And i i talked to you at least three or four years ago. I think you have not given up. You're still here obviously in starting to really see results but for the entrepreneurs out there who are listening in Are scratching their heads. Saying why am i doing this. Why do you do this. Why did you do this. And why are you continuing well. It's a great question because a lot of entrepreneurs start very early in their career. As one of the first things they do when they're unencumbered by a lot of family obligations and children on the like..

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"bock" Discussed on On Mic Podcast

On Mic Podcast

05:30 min | 1 year ago

"bock" Discussed on On Mic Podcast

"Jordan. Rich podcast celebrating the art and joy of conversation with creative people. And it's always a treat to sit down and get to know people who are real. Innovators and today's guest is just that he and his team are on the cutting edge of flash and fun and i would say the dawn of a new marketing generation today about to meet and hear from stephen bach. Founder and chairman of a company called swap. On's it's a magical patented technology that lets you change your look as often as you change your mood..

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"bock" Discussed on My Family Thinks I'm Crazy

My Family Thinks I'm Crazy

06:29 min | 1 year ago

"bock" Discussed on My Family Thinks I'm Crazy

"So they could. They could be built during that time period. Who who really knows so you know. The box saga says humanity has existed for millions of years hundreds of millions of years if the isis was fifty million. Then the paradise time would've had to have been before that fifty million year time period. That gives me a good in though. Because what you mentioned about how they kind of your suspicion about how they reclaim these older structures as their own. That's a huge theme with the research. Yes yes ille- kind of really got my mind going because when you even look. I mean you're on the west coast. I live on the east coast so might be a little different but here on the east coast. There's a lot of buildings that just stand out. And they don't have extremely megalithic features of like you know off just looking at them but some of the foundation stones that make up these capitol buildings interesting and what connects even further. Is this process of taking a mound structure that was revered by whatever culture. Was there and building on top of that. This is a process that you know raas banned talks about called geo neck romance. He where they take a-line maps they figure out where the power areas are and coincidentally on course indigenous tribes. All over the world. Know where these places are as well and build sacred things in those places. Usually that aren't too. You know incongruent with the land you know usually like a mound where there's a lot of dirt piled up and to make this really awesome structure that stands out in a normally flat area. Will the reason why they're repurposing. These areas is because the energy is already harnessed in that area. Because when you look at the plots of these buildings. They're put into their put on these lines. These this electrical grid that goes around the planet. So they're they're harnessing the energy in that area so that's why they have these spiritual places or people feel like a when they go into or when they're near they they feel that magical aura. so of course they're repurposing the buildings in keeping them because they have that feeling there. It is a happy feeling is a good feeling so they they keep it and you know reuse instead of building somewhere else right. Because that's that's the that's the point that's the node and the process of empire is to civilize or Colonialized almost civilized us. The worst word colonial is the area right and then take it over and homogenize it with its own culture. And that's what they do even down to these amazing features of the land because as human beings we are connected to the land around us. You know what when when you look at what's trending right now with our society it's people getting back to the land. People going back figuring out a farm figuring out how to forage garden all that great stuff and being self sufficient. Because that's the natural way to be. That's how every animal in our environment is in a symbiotic relationship but also surviving for self right. And i think that's something that is really dawned on me and how that relates to history. It's like in our past we can find truth about how we can naturally harmonize with nature like look at these megalithic structures. Look at these the feeling you get when you go to these sacred places. There's no coincidence. There and the fact that empire has kind of warped it a bit to give power to their techno structure. It's been created especially in the past two hundred years. But it's been going since. Babylon i mean really to connect it back to the rassafa arriving. We are in modern day. Babylon you know. Like they've created our culture and use religion to keep us in this kind of ignorant state to our own ascension and enlightenment. And i think that these cultures all around the world with these sacred structures in places. They give us clues to to that truth about our human origin and our our birthright and who we really are. Yeah hundred percent agree with you. I really wanted to look more into rastafarianism. 'cause i don't know a whole lot about it other than what i know from reggae music but but from reading the box aga and knowing a little bit about reggae. There's there seems to be some crossover right there. Like if you listen to jim. Charities seems very like rastafarian almost you know he's a self admitted in. He said you know he lives his life than nas tick way. You know and and i think that that's the theme you see with all of these cultures that are close to the land. Like ross afar. I you know and jan raas ban who better to learn about rastafarianism. Yeah and he. I don't know how much books he has on the topic. But he certainly has that vibe overall. Yeah yeah because what you see is the one love one. World and one heart nam shared consciousness. It connects to the box side. Because that's what i'm saying. Yeah exactly the universe. Right one world right and and the box saga tells us that there's one son solo solar right and one moon mono right one mono yeah zachary and then there was one other but the one thing that i heard that maybe you can expand on better than i could is that planets and stars you know what's the distinction because according to the box saga planets are stars. I think they just say i'm not one hundred percent. Sure on on that exact three. I do have it right here. I did just read it. Just give me a second.

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"bock" Discussed on My Family Thinks I'm Crazy

My Family Thinks I'm Crazy

08:39 min | 1 year ago

"bock" Discussed on My Family Thinks I'm Crazy

"That you're here listening to the my family thinks i'm crazy podcasts with your host the one and only mark palmer that's right and you're going to be hearing more from my girlfriend tara. She wants to be a part of the show. And i wanted to be a part of it as well in the past. I've had friends on his co hosts anything from now on. We'll be having her on as a co hosts and hopefully my friends will still join us every now and then when the guest is the right gas because they do like being a part of the show and i love having them on the show and Today i have a new friend on the show. His name is dan. Dan donahue nakae him and his homey romi my man roman from the rising from the ashes. Podcast dan is one of the two co hosts on the rising from the ashes. Podcasts and he was kind enough to sit down with me and discuss a subject that i truly love the origins of humanity. The true philosophy the esoteric knowledge. That tells us who we are what we're doing here and where we came from the story specifically revolves around the box saga but you know and traditional podcast fashion we kinda meandered around the topic and connected a lot of dots. It was a really really packed conversation. If you're note taker get that note pad out. This is going to be a podcast to take no of a lot of key words. If you guys ever want the spelling behind any of the words that are set on the show reach out to me. I'm always available. I love talking folks who listened to the show. I got an email from a guy this week. Who was really cool and said hey man. I'm actually from similar area. I'd love to sit down and share my story with you. I encourage that if you guys wanna get in touch with me and share your story please do so. I would love to hear from you. If your family thinks you're crazy. I would love to know why It's not just a catchy name for a show is true for me. It really is and the the beautiful thing is that in. The show's title came from me. Kind of having this alternative philosophy alternative look on life and for the longest time that seemed to be you know bringing me nowhere at least the tau. It seemed to be for my parents right. You buy crystals you buy books. What are you. What are you wasting your money on. All this stuff for right. What does this go into your drop that a college read these books. You're smoking pot. What's this all four. You know well. I have a purpose folks. And if you're listening to this podcast maybe he'll get some clues. But it's all unraveling for me. And i think the spirit quest that i'm on is something that everyone can take part in. Not my quest but their own quest and maybe by creating this map you can follow. Those guide marks to the Better your green near the greener grass. You're side of things you know. Get to that better glass half full side of your life because everybody can strive for better. Everybody can improve and everybody has a purpose here on earth. I truly believe that when you find your purpose the universe response kindly and the universe responds with synchronicity signs and symbols that lead you those opportunities like the ones. I've had to get to know all these great people in this podcasting space. You know it started back when i was in a communications class and i was like wow i really like talking to people about things i care about night a teacher that encourage that so great college really wasn't my why dropped out but saw much has happened since. Then you know twenty six years old folks on this journey. I'm talking to people twice my age about concepts like this and i'm really feeling more and more at home So without straying. From the point. Here dan donovan nakae from the rising from the ashes. Podcast really really intelligent guy. Really fun to talk to. We've talked about since recording this. Podcast and i plan on doing a podcast real soon with his co host. One on one and then Yeah we'll see what happens from there. But i know i can tell that dan and i are going to do more shows together so if you like these subjects if you like the topic of today's conversation and you think you have something you can add. You are valuable as a listener of this show. I value you so please email me. 'em fdic podcast. The g mail dot com. That's m. fdic podcasts at g. Mail dot com. That's the best way to get in touch with me. You can also check me on instagram at my family. Thinks i'm crazy dot com or. I'm sorry on instagram. At my family. Thinks i'm crazy that's it. We also have a website. My family thinks i'm crazy. dot com. But if you really want to get in touch you wanna get in the scene and see what is there to be seen the unseen and the scene come on down patriot dot com slash m. Fdic sign up there. We just had four people. Sign up out to you guys. Are you will beginning a sticker soon. If you sign up for the patriots. Send me your addy semi that address. And i will send you a my family. Thinks i'm crazy sticker. Thank you for the support folks and Enjoy this conversation with dan. Donahue nakae from the rising from the ashes podcast. There is only one planet or one plan in route language. And that is the one relive. All the other heavenly bodies like mars saturn or anything else observed in the night sky considered to be starved reflected light from those two sons then one day. The smaller sun exploded. After the explosion down by increasing volumes in the process is consistency changed from homogeneous plasma into magma and water vapor the magma was the core of the new plant for me like the yoke of and the earth's crust cracked part of separate continents after this the lower areas filled up with water and thus form the bids the higher parts became land with all his mountains and valleys seeking. Also think of this as the cosmic egg this creation story being told like no the egg yolk in the magma in that process of forming let you see is the one love one world and one heart no shared haci ladies and gentlemen welcome to the. My family. thinks i'm crazy podcast. Thanks for tuning in. I'm your host mark rowland solo today. We've got a real real interesting topic coming from a incredible guest. His name is dan. He's got the rising from the ashes. Podcast with this man roman.

"bock" Discussed on My Family Thinks I'm Crazy

My Family Thinks I'm Crazy

06:39 min | 1 year ago

"bock" Discussed on My Family Thinks I'm Crazy

"Finding interesting people for sam tripoli to talk to and getting to know this community of people that i feel kin with i feel like i belong in this community so i'm happy that you're here listening to the my family thinks i'm crazy podcasts with your host the one and only mark palmer that's right and you're going to be hearing more from my girlfriend tara. She wants to be a part of the show. And i wanted to be a part of it as well in the past. I've had friends on his co hosts anything from now on. We'll be having her on as a co hosts and hopefully my friends will still join us every now and then when the guest is the right gas because they do like being a part of the show and i love having them on the show and Today i have a new friend on the show. His name is dan. Dan donahue nakae him and his homey romi my man roman from the rising from the ashes. Podcast dan is one of the two co hosts on the rising from the ashes. Podcasts and he was kind enough to sit down with me and discuss a subject that i truly love the origins of humanity. The true philosophy the esoteric knowledge. That tells us who we are what we're doing here and where we came from the story specifically revolves around the box saga but you know and traditional podcast fashion we kinda meandered around the topic and connected a lot of dots. It was a really really packed conversation. If you're note taker get that note pad out. This is going to be a podcast to take no of a lot of key words. If you guys ever want the spelling behind any of the words that are set on the show reach out to me. I'm always available. I love talking folks who listened to the show. I got an email from a guy this week. Who was really cool and said hey man. I'm actually from similar area. I'd love to sit down and share my story with you. I encourage that if you guys wanna get in touch with me and share your story please do so. I would love to hear from you. If your family thinks you're crazy. I would love to know why It's not just a catchy name for a show is true for me. It really is and the the beautiful thing is that in. The show's title came from me. Kind of having this alternative philosophy alternative look on life and for the longest time that seemed to be you know bringing me nowhere at least the tau. It seemed to be for my parents right. You buy crystals you buy books. What are you. What are you wasting your money on. All this stuff for right. What does this go into your drop that a college read these books. You're smoking pot. What's this all four. You know well. I have a purpose folks. And if you're listening to this podcast maybe he'll get some clues. But it's all unraveling for me. And i think the spirit quest that i'm on is something that everyone can take part in. Not my quest but their own quest and maybe by creating this map you can follow. Those guide marks to the Better your green near the greener grass. You're side of things you know. Get to that better glass half full side of your life because everybody can strive for better. Everybody can improve and everybody has a purpose here on earth. I truly believe that when you find your purpose the universe response kindly and the universe responds with synchronicity signs and symbols that lead you those opportunities like the ones. I've had to get to know all these great people in this podcasting space. You know it started back when i was in a communications class and i was like wow i really like talking to people about things i care about night a teacher that encourage that so great college really wasn't my why dropped out but saw much has happened since. Then you know twenty six years old folks on this journey. I'm talking to people twice my age about concepts like this and i'm really feeling more and more at home So without straying. From the point. Here dan donovan nakae from the rising from the ashes. Podcast really really intelligent guy. Really fun to talk to. We've talked about since recording this. Podcast and i plan on doing a podcast real soon with his co host. One on one and then Yeah we'll see what happens from there. But i know i can tell that dan and i are going to do more shows together so if you like these subjects if you like the topic of today's conversation and you think you have something you can add. You are valuable as a listener of this show. I value you so please email me. 'em fdic podcast. The g mail dot com. That's m. fdic podcasts at g. Mail dot com. That's the best way to get in touch with me. You can also check me on instagram at my family. Thinks i'm crazy dot com or. I'm sorry on instagram. At my family. Thinks i'm crazy that's it. We also have a website. My family thinks i'm crazy. dot com. But if you really want to get in touch you wanna get in the scene and see what is there to be seen the unseen and the scene come on down patriot dot com slash m. Fdic sign up there. We just had four people. Sign up out to you guys. Are you will beginning a sticker soon. If you sign up for the patriots. Send me your addy semi that address. And i will send you a my family. Thinks i'm crazy sticker. Thank you for the support folks and Enjoy this conversation with dan. Donahue nakae from the rising from the ashes podcast. There is only one planet or one plan in route language. And that is the one relive. All the other heavenly bodies like mars saturn or anything else observed in the night sky.

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"bock" Discussed on My Family Thinks I'm Crazy

My Family Thinks I'm Crazy

07:11 min | 1 year ago

"bock" Discussed on My Family Thinks I'm Crazy

"Is brought me so much opportunity and Really my philosophy. My ideology the preparation that went into researching all of these things for years and years and years. That's what laid the foundation for that opportunity to arise and the right person for the right job you know and i didn't go to school thinking i would ever do something like this where i'm finding interesting people for sam tripoli to talk to and getting to know this community of people that i feel kin with i feel like i belong in this community so i'm happy that you're here listening to the my family thinks i'm crazy podcasts with your host the one and only mark palmer that's right and you're going to be hearing more from my girlfriend tara. She wants to be a part of the show. And i wanted to be a part of it as well in the past. I've had friends on his co hosts anything from now on. We'll be having her on as a co hosts and hopefully my friends will still join us every now and then when the guest is the right gas because they do like being a part of the show and i love having them on the show and Today i have a new friend on the show. His name is dan. Dan donahue nakae him and his homey romi my man roman from the rising from the ashes. Podcast dan is one of the two co hosts on the rising from the ashes. Podcasts and he was kind enough to sit down with me and discuss a subject that i truly love the origins of humanity. The true philosophy the esoteric knowledge. That tells us who we are what we're doing here and where we came from the story specifically revolves around the box saga but you know and traditional podcast fashion we kinda meandered around the topic and connected a lot of dots. It was a really really packed conversation. If you're note taker get that note pad out. This is going to be a podcast to take no of a lot of key words. If you guys ever want the spelling behind any of the words that are set on the show reach out to me. I'm always available. I love talking folks who listened to the show. I got an email from a guy this week. Who was really cool and said hey man. I'm actually from similar area. I'd love to sit down and share my story with you. I encourage that if you guys wanna get in touch with me and share your story please do so. I would love to hear from you. If your family thinks you're crazy. I would love to know why It's not just a catchy name for a show is true for me. It really is and the the beautiful thing is that in. The show's title came from me. Kind of having this alternative philosophy alternative look on life and for the longest time that seemed to be you know bringing me nowhere at least the tau. It seemed to be for my parents right. You buy crystals you buy books. What are you. What are you wasting your money on. All this stuff for right. What does this go into your drop that a college read these books. You're smoking pot. What's this all four. You know well. I have a purpose folks. And if you're listening to this podcast maybe he'll get some clues. But it's all unraveling for me. And i think the spirit quest that i'm on is something that everyone can take part in. Not my quest but their own quest and maybe by creating this map you can follow. Those guide marks to the Better your green near the greener grass. You're side of things you know. Get to that better glass half full side of your life because everybody can strive for better. Everybody can improve and everybody has a purpose here on earth. I truly believe that when you find your purpose the universe response kindly and the universe responds with synchronicity signs and symbols that lead you those opportunities like the ones. I've had to get to know all these great people in this podcasting space. You know it started back when i was in a communications class and i was like wow i really like talking to people about things i care about night a teacher that encourage that so great college really wasn't my why dropped out but saw much has happened since. Then you know twenty six years old folks on this journey. I'm talking to people twice my age about concepts like this and i'm really feeling more and more at home So without straying. From the point. Here dan donovan nakae from the rising from the ashes. Podcast really really intelligent guy. Really fun to talk to. We've talked about since recording this. Podcast and i plan on doing a podcast real soon with his co host. One on one and then Yeah we'll see what happens from there. But i know i can tell that dan and i are going to do more shows together so if you like these subjects if you like the topic of today's conversation and you think you have something you can add. You are valuable as a listener of this show. I value you so please email me. 'em fdic podcast. The g mail dot com. That's m. fdic podcasts at g. Mail dot com. That's the best way to get in touch with me. You can also check me on instagram at my family. Thinks i'm crazy dot com or. I'm sorry on instagram. At my family. Thinks i'm crazy that's it. We also have a website. My family thinks i'm crazy. dot com. But if you really want to get in touch you wanna get in the scene and see what is there to be seen the unseen and the scene come on down patriot dot com slash m. Fdic sign up there. We just had four people. Sign up out to you guys. Are you will beginning a sticker soon. If you sign up for the patriots. Send me your addy semi that address. And i will send you a my family. Thinks i'm crazy sticker. Thank you for the support folks and Enjoy this conversation with dan. Donahue nakae from the rising from the ashes podcast. There is only one planet or one plan in route language. And that is the one relive. All the other heavenly bodies like mars saturn or anything else observed in the night sky.

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"bock" Discussed on My Family Thinks I'm Crazy

My Family Thinks I'm Crazy

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"bock" Discussed on My Family Thinks I'm Crazy

"The crease podcasts. Where i your host try to give you some tips on how you can explain all this weird wild crazy conspiracy stuff you love most. That's what i've been trying to do the past ten years with no success race. Three hundred. wanna listen. They don't wanna hear they're just like here. We go mark off again marketing. Yeah so you know. That's the thing about inflict their talk. Talk man is ladies and gentlemen. Welcome to the my family. Fix them crazy podcast. Thank you for tuning in to this brand new episode episode fifty six. I hope you enjoyed the last up. So my man. Shambo pre getting into that synchronicity. And if you like that if you like more of that please go over to our patriots. Patriot dot com slash m. f. t. i see that is where you'll find all the info you get the low down on what's been up in my life and maybe how you can change yours you know. 'cause this podcast. It's not just about the topics that make our families think we're crazy. It's also about improving your.

"bock" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"bock" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Bock Here is Memorial Day weekend. So we commemorate and salute all the individuals who have given their lives in service to the United States. It's a great and wonderful sacrifice that they made for the freedom and liberty of the rest of us. So again, we commemorate those who lost their lives in service. Let Ze gym for two junior the swing doctors with us via phone from suburban Philadelphia and now joining us, also via phone. Eyes. The managing partner at Morningstar PGA Professional in his own right, Jim for Cheese a third, Jimmy, Glad to have you on Glad to be here. Thanks for having me what quick Morningstar update have played the golf course a couple times. Now, In the last couple of weeks, the greens are incredibly true and they're incredibly fast. I mean, you know, I've played out there a lot, and I think I have a pretty good sense regardless of where pins are placed on any of the 18 holes, you know generally what the speed of the greens are on. I haven't been three putting much over the last couple of years after fruits taught me how to roll it instead of straight, But But the the greens were quick. Y played about 10 days ago. But yet rolling absolutely true. It took about six holes to get used to it. What's going on? Why did the greens faster? Well, that Zsa Million dollar question, Jerry. Unfortunately, I'm just gonna give you 10 cents of information. Okay, um, way got very good conditions from the standpoint of it's been very dry. So from a dry standpoint, what a superintendent Travis could do if it helps him dictate. How much water the greens get. If.

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Armenian leader says he's facing a "military coup attempt"

Radio Specials

00:22 sec | 1 year ago

Armenian leader says he's facing a "military coup attempt"

"Of an attempted coup and Armenia Reuters is reporting that Prime Minister Nicole Passion Yon is warning of an attempted coup by the military after the army demanded he stepped down passion. Yang has been faced with protests and calls to resign over his handling of the fighting between Azerbaijan and ethnic Armenian forces over Nagorno Carol Bock last year.

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"bock" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"bock" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"I s and Jerry Bock in for Mark Mark's not taking. Unlike most of the W I s and regular staff, the host lineup. He's not taking the rest of the year off. These jokers. I'll save up their vacation in about October. They hit me with this. Yeah. You know what kind of planning on taking that whole week off between Christmas and New Year's? Which obviously offers those some staffing challenges, But we rise to that challenge every single year. But Mark's actually back on Monday and Tuesday of next week before he takes the last couple of days of the year off. The mark Belling year and current events quiz. Will be on Tuesday, the 29th of December beginning at three o'clock. If all goes well. When I say if all goes well, some big, huge You know, calamitous news story might occur where the quiz would need to be delayed or shortened. For some reason. I don't believe in the 30 years he's been doing it that's actually ever happened. But Later on. I'll tell you all about the price. I'll take a little bit about the price back right now. The good folks of Cal in construction here is one of the great prices are ponying up $1500 worth of prepaid Visa cards, say $50 bucks in cash. One winner gets the whole price package and there's three other sponsors involved in it as well which I will outline later on in the program,.

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Armenia Azerbaijan: Reports of fresh shelling dent ceasefire hopes

BBC World Service

01:10 min | 1 year ago

Armenia Azerbaijan: Reports of fresh shelling dent ceasefire hopes

"Agreed. The humanitarian ceasefire in Nagorno Kara Bark is under severe strain, with both Azerbaijan under Armenia, accusing each other of violating the Russian brokered truth. On Sunday. Azerbaijan said at least five people were killed when a missile struck a residential area in its second largest city ganja. The Armenian Defense Ministry called the Azeri allegations an absolute lie. Our attack. Daghlian is thie human rights on the Isman in Nagorno Carol Bock. He told the BBC that Azerbaijan broke the ceasefire by shelling civilian areas in the main cities to pan account. The most incidents happen. Yesterday evening, Azerbaijan started striking miss eyes to start when I get to Hsuehshan Martin E on some other towns and villages. Before that. There are some shootings on the front nine, but not with a large caliber. But those strikes where with large calibers, including along sisters, Mrs Donald Trump's

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Armenia, Azerbaijan agree on cease-fire

The California Report Magazine

05:02 min | 1 year ago

Armenia, Azerbaijan agree on cease-fire

"Over 10 hours of talks and then a breakthrough. The Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov announced that Azerbaijan and Armenia had agreed to a ceasefire in the ongoing conflict over the disputed region of Nagorno Carol Bock. After lengthy negotiations between Russia, Armenia and Azerbaijan. The parties have agreed on the following steps first a ceasefire is announced to be declared from midday on October 10th 2020 for humanitarian purposes. The exchange of prisoners of war on other contained persons on the bodies of the dead, mediated and in accordance with the criteria of the International Committee of the Red Cross. Talks between the foreign ministers of the two countries in Moscow. REMEDIATED by Mr Lavrov more than 300 people have died and thousands have been displaced since the latest violence broke out nearly two weeks ago. You gonna carry back lies with another by John, but it's inhabited mainly by ethnic Armenians. Ostrovsky is a senior fellow in the Russia and Eurasia program at the foreign policy think tank, The Carnegie Endowment for International Peace in Washington, D. C. I think this is a cease fire is important. It is not necessarily a game changer. But we've seen some of the worst fighting between Armenia and Azerbaijan in the last almost 30 years over the last two weeks on DH, the fighting has been really kind of brutal on both sides with large civilian casualties, any sort of small ceasefire, humanitarian ceasefire. Er that will pause. The conflict allowed people to pick up the dead and I think it's important, but there still is a long way to go to resolve this conflict. And I would say that it no. It took almost half a day to get the sides to agree to this and the sentiment in both Armenian Azerbaijan has really hardened, so this is very much probably a temporary cease as opposed to a really long term solution. You describe the the fighting in the past two weeks as brutal? How does it differ from from fighting that we've seen before between the two sides? We've seen, you know the use of drones, the use of really sort of much more modern equipment and the targeting of civilian populations on both sides. Eso we've seen, you know, I think at least 300. The casualties have been reported on the Armenian side. The Azerbaijani side hasn't been as clear on the numbers, but I expect it's equally as high and in just two weeks of fighting. That's a fairly high high number. But I think that the brutality against the civilian populations but has been deeply worrying. Mr Lavrov also said that Azerbaijan and Armenia had agreed to start talks on the settlement of the conflict. Will they be able to agree to a more permanent solution? I would hope At some point they will be able to agree, but they've been in talks to do that. Since 1994 the populations have sort of viewed this latest round of fighting a sort of existential fight for their nation's on DSO. I think that will make it quite difficult to get a Ah long term solution any time soon. Until you sort of check. Try to change those mindsets, which I think is gonna be quite difficult. Particularly if either one of these leaders is perceived as being a little bit weak on this Nagorno car back issue. I think this is an enormous potential implications for sort of domestic stability in both countries, and what role does Russia play In all of this? What pressures was Russia able to bring to bear on Azerbaijan and Armenia? Russia is normally able to summon its neighbors on get them to stop fighting. It wants to do that, but I think Russia had much more difficulty in this. I think Russian Azerbaijani relations have deteriorated a little bit and turkeys insertion on behalf of Azerbaijan certainly made this more complicated. Is a fighting certainly, and brutality and sort of the greater international awareness on DH. The pressure, not just from Russia but from the West is well that has increased over the last several days. I think that certainly did increase the pressure on both sides. Paul Stransky. Let's hear more from our guests to get their thoughts on these developments. Henry Chiu, professor Stransky doesn't sound optimistic about the prospects for long term peace. Do you share his skepticism? Well, I think if you look at the comments from the leaders of both Azerbaijan and Armenia there fairly adamant about the territory being belonging to their respective countries, and it doesn't look like there. Other side is really willing to give an inch on that. And unfortunately for you gonna carry a box, you know what happens with a lot of these small territories is that they become palms for larger conflicts or larger face offs. And so the professor talked about Russia and Turkey well these air to powers that are also having confrontations in Syria and also In Libya. So unfortunately, this area, which is a resource rich area, it's a strategic corridor is also going to be playing out in an arena that's larger than just itself. Actually, What do you

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Having a Cross-Functional Interviewer

Hacking Your Leadership

01:14 min | 2 years ago

Having a Cross-Functional Interviewer

"And many of these important pieces of information recommendations tips and other knowledge don't require full episodes but we still think they need to be said on talent Tuesday. All briefly discuss something related to talent the search for it the attraction the acquisition the engagement development the retention or the exiting. It's all important and the way leaders of today handle it'll these things can prevent many performance problems from starting in the first place for our first ever talent. Tuesday I WANNA talk about the importance of getting your interview process right so the right people are hard for your teams in many organizations as a slow but steady decline in the caliber. People who get hired because human nature is the way it is. We subconsciously a tendency to hire people we think are almost as good is ourselves but just worse enough to never make us worry about our own job security. We also validate our own existence by feeling needed by new hires who solicit helper advice. It can be hard to let go. Oh that is we watch. Our new employees develop into capable high-performing employees. If part of your job as a leader is to hire people I recommend looking Laszlo. BOCK former senior vice president of people operations nations google. He talks about the importance of having a cross functional interviewer in the process. This is someone who isn't connected to the team on which the candidate will be working. The goal here is getting someone involved too who isn't impacted by the daily successes or failures of this candidate so they can focus solely on whether or not they'd be a

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West Point probe finds cadets didn't flash "white power" sign

Eddie and Rocky

00:43 sec | 2 years ago

West Point probe finds cadets didn't flash "white power" sign

"Some claim there might have been a white power motives behind those gestures but investigations now show otherwise see okay hand gesture used by military cadets during last weekend's army navy football game was not a white supremacist symbol U. S. service academies concluded following an investigation this symbol is part of a popular game played by teenagers known as the circle game in a statement from west point lieutenant general Gerald Williams said we are disappointed by the immature behavior of the cadets and that they would receive appropriate administrative or disciplinary action a sentiment echoed by the naval academy superintendent of vice admiral Sean Bock who called it a sophomoric game the investigation found the cadets were playing in the stands prior to the ESPN host moving through

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"bock" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"bock" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Larry Nasser he's doing life in prison for molesting hundreds of girls and young women some of whom are Olympic champion Jim this from the clear choice dental implants center's traffic center there is a better way watch across on the sixteenth of this isn't real but on the sixty westbound approaching valley way it is an injury crashed with an overturned vehicle in the left lane the is the one that his block right now tight squeeze for your from the two fifteen ninety one interchange KFI in the sky sponsored by injury attorney superwoman super lawyer dot com Jeff Bock crash on the four oh five yes indeed good driving towards Long Beach ourselves out for all five a Carson that's approximately half way between the one ten and the seven ten get more of a crashed out with a lot of drivers involved maybe for a maybe the carpool lane from others blocked the back ups restores rather quickly in the notes from the cal. a highway patrol they're not fun to read sounds like maybe a gal is hurt and crying on the freeway so. was like going on the drive from LA X. down to the one ten is good but that's where the brake lights are gonna start so again be careful and Weston at Hoover now leaving downtown Los Angeles going out towards the mid city LA a problem at Hoover and it's just it's just say fall all the way up to Roberts in Washington Boulevard is real busy now but Warner watchable works real busy going under the ten injured in an accident as superwoman super lawyer dot com Jeff Bock KFI in the sky mission Viejo on the five north and it also parkway just moved a stalled car out of the left lane it messed you up though from about crown valley parkway is bought something called us around Sydney time traffic line eight eight eight five hundred five thousand three Hey if I in this guy helps get you there faster I'm.

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The Murder of Buzz Clinton

True Crime Brewery

12:43 min | 3 years ago

The Murder of Buzz Clinton

"And carpenter was the achiever in her family. She got her law degree from a prestigious college at made plans for successful life but beth's little sister kim had a more difficult and far less charmed life was unemployed divorced and living as a single mob up by the time she reached her twentieth birthday after kim's divorce beth and kim's parents took over much of the character his trial rebecca so they had a lot of control over are there granddaughter's life until him met and fell in love with anson buzz closeted now buzz was an exotic dancer with a reputation as a real party guy he he moved from one job to another so needless to say the carpenter family did not approve of him beth carpenter us turn allen skills as an attorney journey to help her mother sue for custody of rebecca but buzz really shocked everyone when he acted as kim's attorney and one the custody case or rebecca rebecca would remain in the custody of kim although she was living in a converted tool shed with buzz. The matter of rebecca's custody became a really volatile issue. Oh tearing the carpenter family par then bus told his mother that he wanted to move came in rebecca away with him to arizona. He was found shot to death just just weeks later at first police believed that buzz had gotten himself killed in iraq dispute as the truth came to light however conspiracy to murder buzz clayton god led by beth. Ed carpenter was exposed so join us at the quieting today for ambushed the murder of bus clinton. This is a story of control paul hashing enrage which left a young father and husband dead and his family completely often greece who ran a dirt connecticut beer today this is when i don't think of the style before this is liberator double bock a double back beer brewed by thomas brewery and feel connecticut. These spears on the new not very alcoholic did not hop to the gills just pretty pleasant years sweet tasting. This is dark beer. Listen redness around the edges is a medium sized hand head leaves. A little bit of lace. Aroma is roasted mop. Some fruit and the taste is very nice coffee dark coffee espresso some chocolate and raisin. This is a pretty rich neil neil yeah but this is a very good beer relaxed and say sell it could be a meal in a pinch could yeah. You're not a fan of raisins in anything but i guess it's just a tactic touch. I'll give it a try. We're and i've heard a couple of physical bottles to their five hundred milliliter bottles those negative swing time to the auckland yet who also i got a few of those. We'll take him down to the end and share around all right. Let's open it up. Okay okay. Let's get to the quiet we are. She is two guys down here at the other end of the bar. Quiet draper's recall that exactly get an boisterous guns. You don't don so. Let's start with the story. Anson clinton third also not his buzz was born in nineteen sixty six his parents buck tuck in d. were young and been married for about a year and they lit with bucks paris and decided that her baby boy needed nickname like his father. You're his book was also an anson and that's a family name that had been passed down through generations so between the two of them they decided to call his son buzz which turned out to be a pretty apropos nicknamed flung conceit buzzed appear student pretty much from the start school at diagnosed with dyslexia. It isn't third grade got enrolled in a public school special education program to help with meeting at their little chance of him being a scholar the school. I think he had any desire to be a scholar. No i dropped out of high school the second half of the senior year you you get that far. Can't you finishing issue diploma. It's not what was going on later. He did eventually get his g._e._d. Now in-school glow he'd been very good wrestler. He's a small larry. Panicking so restless goody <unk> gymnastics as father was a high. I school wrestling coach and he encouraged us this future messenger. There isn't really in probably the best you can do is get a scholarship ship to a big wrestling school that like we said he wasn't a scholar wasn't interested in school right right so he's out of school for house d._j. Meagre random using that business name rent. The bus entertained yeah but when the d._j. Business didn't take off. He decided for a while to follow aw father's footsteps as a union ironworker he got work in different parts of connecticut and even iowa but when the steel industry came on in hard times plus was without drought it moved back home with his mom and dad did jobs he became quite the party guy got a reputation as someone like a to exaggerate. He began to drink and use drugs to excess. I nineteen ninety and his mom and dad knew it was a problem. He was spending a lot of time. In the local. Oh bars when he was in his early twenties. He moved out on his own a few times but he just returning to the family hall he was a good looking guy very small and compact but it kind of above jonas face so when he was offered a job as an exotic dancer has decided to give it a try he'd been working as a mechanic connect and a tow truck driver but the work wasn't steady. The dancing was just a few times a month at a local bar and no experience was necessary. Say didn't didn't have to be like a professional dancer news of a good vibe yeah he was in shape and he just had stripped out new g. straight in kind gyrate around in women would give dollar bills so it was pretty good money compared to what he was making it most of his other jobs in ninety two buzz had been dancing ladies eighties night on a semi regular basis and then one night can cartner came into the bar she was with a group of girlfriends and buzzsaw her and they made eye contact so when he was finished dancing the night he approached cam and started chatting with her. Him was pretty shy but she liked buzz right off. They were both twenty any six of the time. Him got married right out of high school. In that marriage had ended badly less was really sweet to her. He cock lament her and destroyed her like a princess princess. He was instantly really taken with her which surprised people because she wasn't like other girls that he dated as this good looking guy china dancer had plenty of opportunities to hook up with a lot of attractive women but kim seem special to him and kim in her two year old daughter rebecca. We're living with kim's peres since the richard carpenter had this time when she met buzz and so when she is growing up him doing fewer especial and some people would later compare her childhood to the fairytale cinderella her big sister beth was the daughter could do no wrong and kim seeing credit doing anything anything right kim's none. Cynthia was a college grant into father on and worked in his own landscaping business. This is after he spent twenty some years. The serbs now kim was boiling finicky neria p._k. You nancy inborn error of metabolism that results in decreased metabolism of the amino acid fennel -ality so it's untreated were inadequately treated can lead to intellectual disability seizures and other mental disorders. Now is a diet to prevent these problems so is a lesson in p._k. You okay so the era in this people are p._k. You lack an enzyme that converts fennel alan into tyrosine and because of this is as we said visitdell nepomuceno al anon which always issues basically you'd put the person on a low protein or low fennel allen in diet the should've okay right and that's been proven that the earlier you initiate the diet and better you here to the diet that the outcome is so used to dome and i'm not sure what stunned these days the the formula that was used because they couldn't use regular farmyard rescue was a diet on the law and fennel allen his canola very original name and what used to be the thought was that once the child's brain was mature. You didn't really need to hugh to the diet that much. That's wrong to be on a diet for life. Forever is what's going to happen off the diet this i._s. Damage so you'd know it rains mature that says i stood in a lose some parts sinai actively. Yes definitely let scary so you need to be on a diet particularly as you have p._k. You and you're pregnant. You're absolutely still be on a diet. Who's you can really cause problems. Shoes fetus well. Rebecca did have some issues so i don't know if that that was the problem or not if can wasn't sticking to the diet it could have been has dante rebecca some issues. You know she wouldn't pass p._k. You on tour because as a recessive trait so we know that rebecca would be a carrier she had to be she wasn't could be affected blessed to metabolic screening and even at the time rebecca was born the metabolic screening in connecticut and they live pick that up at birth reassuringly after his big thing. Is this what led the original metabolic swing was for p._k. You got your test and grew into that those details and now he added a bunch of different tasks onto that in ice out. He's still call the p._k. Your metabolic scream mr couple dozen disorders that can be tested for so what i'm saying is if kim was an honor p._k. You die. I issues pregnant her. That could cause a problem. Okay all right so kim did graduate from high school and then she waited tables at a local oh restaurant she ended up marrying a physically abusive alcoholic then she filed for divorce while he was in jail in august of nineteen ninety he can give birth to rebecca and afterwards she lived at home with her. Mom and her mom took a lot of the responsibility of taking care of the baby. Kim wasn't and always the most responsible parent but she did love her daughter and her mother became very attached to rebecca so in kim decided to move out. Cynthia had a really hard time signed with us. She actually wind cantu. Leave her daughter behind with her. Euros discussed for well yeah so kim's sister beth and carpenter was was really the families golden child in many ways to sit the dick. Van was just perfect. She was like a female opie from the andy griffith show with blue eyes pale white skin. She had this thick really gorgeous dark. Red colored hair really stands out by the time she reached high school. She made up her mind to go to med school so she knew she was exceptional and was doing well shoes. The firstborn as you said the golden child yeah there was just no chance even without disabilities that can can really live up to this. It would be a tough position to be in for anyone but kim was born three years after <hes> beth anne and she was kind of the happier more carefree sister but her parents really didn't expect much of her. She wasn't a student at the same level as fat but she did want to go to beauty school and become a hairstylist then fifteen when kim was a high school sophomore beth then left home for college. Bethune was enrolled at george washington university as about me major.

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