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beirut explosion latest news
"Good afternoon from Zurich we start in Lebanon where people are calling for justice following a huge blast in the country's capital Beirut at least one, hundred and thirty five people are known to have died in the explosion thousands more have been injured and many more have lost their homes. Komo mosaic is an entrepreneur who lives and works in Beirut, and he's very good friend of the MONOCLE team. He joins us on the line from Beirut Hello Komo. Good morning by the Hello Calico I I wanted to to start, of course with maybe you painting a little bit of a of a picture for us We are of course. Yeah. Now well, over day into this aftermath of this blast of course, we've spent a lot of time in Beirut together over the years in good times and in bad. But what is the spirit of the city today? What's the spiritual sippy can be after you know I'm not going think immature I think everybody's so this mushroom blast you know. And someone course barrel Shema. So it's the second. Sousa search biggest love ever the over so. I don't know what can be. She would emergency mode on Tuesday nights of trying I. I was I drove from the mountains to within like half an hour which takes maybe two or three times more time. I was trending on the streets just to meet by partner who was wanted at the other end of the street. So I think first, they were completely under the show yesterday we were trying to. To suck leaning. Roberson. Understand who's alive was that was one bit and today is our survey after Sabang and trying to understand what happens and it's devestation. There's nobody people's there's not once the. Organism is doing anything. People are in this three hour cleaning the streets. They are helping people took years, their houses they are moving. To you know and. It's just keeping. Others today the. which talking to understand what happened it took us two days to understand I'm I'm curious to to understand also the psyche because you of course have been through so much as all Lebanese have the decades and of course, there have been there have been car bombs There have been of course, mass protests, and of course we know that Lebanon has been. Through a particularly difficult patch of of late and of course, this this happens I want to about the resilience of of the Lebanese spirit. Are you seeing that because I think we all often always agree that the Lebanese have to be the most resilient people in the world given all that they've they've been through but what what is the spirit like right now? I don't want to hear sort at all anymore I even pronounce foods are. You know I can't hear it anymore I don't think it is what it is just sort of you know we have no choice but to survive But to be able to survive, I'm not able to to say the word was arch to be able to survive your orders need a minimum of strength or. or in your hearts, which is fine. Doesn't exist at all anymore I. think it's like treaties trump and we cannot take all anymore. It's. It's you know. It's lot of. Destruction seeing all your life what would you know over and over again? In the weight it's like bombs tighter cannot be but this. Is. Where it had suspended for dinner is. Completely. Destroyed the trees in front of our issues on how can you get down? Of A tree it is beyond that you can you imagine just like. An on bump and since too much to go over. Where we don't have the choice where we're where you know we're looking at our wounds now. and. I jumped out of meeting where we're trying to set up a kitchen was censored. was the. Central Kitchen full dress project to start cooking for emergency. So we're just trying to get out now of success of the emergency and seeing what can be done and what we can do, what must be done, but it's really very, very, very difficult to scale beyond anything you can imagine. Kamal over the last forty, eight hours. Of course, we've heard a number of countries probably France what am I talking about AIDS and and of course, emergency intervention in the country are you already seeing signs of that? Are you seeing troops or support from from elsewhere already involved with recovery? You Emmanuel Macron. And votes French president arrived city. To visit. That city and president haven't even said a word of on. Anything have been on the grounds so as or nationally and metro is now on the ground just planted and bill, and then the number I cannot. I cannot reply to France and seventy support trump over. So we're you cannot believe what it is. It is overwhelming it's warming our hearts it's giving maybe this is the only thing thousand giving us hope sore going to go on. So, yes. That's about specific receptacle trump something as to moral. That's for specific projects about play you we need everybody. To be able to grow up Camilla's in Beirut we will look forward to, of course, speaking to and Komo hopefully also. Looking forward to coming up to Beirut to join you very soon
Sol de Janeiro Co-Founder Camila Pierotti
"So Camilla you're from Brazilian from Rio, tell us about what life was like growing up there. I had a very happy childhood. Brazil is a very special place for me my sister and I grew up very her suction at Hanley. We Love fancying we love eating. So an obstacle up the beach. So it was a very outdoorsy place to to grow up in and just a lot of energy and happiness beauty for you in Brazil how is that different and who were some of your beauty icons growing up? Oh, Gosh. The beauty icon for me growing up I mean obviously started my mom and my grandma there just seeing them and their approach to beauty what was their approach to beauty? It's this concept of always be ready Brazil's have a word they word. In particular is actually considered a good thing. Versus be overly produced Brazilians of spend a lot of time making sure that they're always ready. You know taking care of it. It's like a daily control versus you have a party and he spent three hours getting ready. It's about what you do every single day is there a diy Brazilian beauty secret that everyone does but that might surprise our listeners in north? America like about bridges are very big into going to the So that aren't many betrayal to there's one thing that resilience love and they do this either at whom or on the beach, and it's lightning the hair on your arms or your I on your belly. Always do at home or on the beach. What do you do? It's diy you have a mixture at home and you Li-. You know like the says share or a lot of. Women think that. Brazilian, remove. Hair. Body about his not true. A lot of women will keep the here on the side and the belly to that's something that that they'll do at home depot lighten dot that Peach Fuzz just getting rid of it. Yeah. Right now we're out of stock of our original product of it and will be to bring it back but we have a product I got which one of the products launched with what's that called it hold Golden Body Veil we'll get that back in. Stock Soon yes. So it's like a cream that bleaches the hair is that right? Yeah and even I read that Brazilian women are obsessed with taking care of their feet. Is that true or is that a myth? Now? It is true. It is very, very true. We have fetish obviously a lot of this is because of the weather, right? It's a very, very hot humid tropical country and we were sounded almost all the time I mean why are resilient and it's basically everyone. Parachute, to every household has. Vienna's so yeah, we show them off and you know president going back to this concept of always being ready. You always keep your feet soft mood touchable and I'm I am personally obsessed with my feet is my favorite body part.
Washington, DC - Maryland family’s quarantine garden is thriving, so they’re giving away free produce
"At home during the pandemic, decided to plant a backyard garden. Things and it grew so much a lot of produce on their hands, and they're giving it away for free and trying to raise money for charity to Andrew Camilla and his 11 year old daughter. Kaylin originally planned a small garden, but they won't up with lots of plants searching raspberries, too. Butternut squash or strawberries. That's just some of it. As we kind of got a little carried away with ourselves. We realized that we were gonna have enough. Produce toe, you know, feed a small army, so they set up a farm stand in their front yard in Crofton to give away the produce and ask people if they're willing and able to donate to Alex's lemonade stand, Kalen says. I sit out there with the big chair. And we have a little fruit baskets with the vegetables and produce that we have ran out earlier this week, but we'll have more when ripe and ready. Read Maura w t
Rep. James Clyburn Testifies Before Congress on Coronavirus Response
"Is 4.5 1,000,000 Corona virus cases, top health experts testified before a House panel about the need for a national comprehensive plan to address the crisis. Correspondent Camilla comic We're trying to save lives. Congressman James Clyburn complained that some states are finding it hard to keep up with demand for testing. Admiral brought your are the current data we have from the large commercial labs or that 59% of all tester reported within three days, 76% within five days, though he admitted some are taking longer as to school reopening. CDC Director Robert Redfield said he supports it because so many Children rely on their schools for meals and health services. I do think it's really important to realize it's not public health versus the economy about school, opening its public health versus public health. Well, it was
Durkan pleads for calm as federal agents poised near Seattle
"Mayor and police chief for pleading with protesters to keep it peaceful this afternoon. Worrying any violence could trigger federal action. Cuomo's Cole Miller reports. We do know that there are quote a limited number of federal agents in town and that they're on standby to protect federal buildings like the U. S courthouse near the West Precinct, the mayor says, if it and others were to be targeted. It would only serve his fodder for the president to send in even Mohr, surrounded by those reinforced concrete blocks the West Precinct ahead of what could be an unpredictable weekend. I will pretty much stay at home, and those who live nearby are taking notice. I don't really feel too much safe after groups smashed windows and even tried starting fires and businesses twice this past week and the potential for more tomorrow. Mayor Jenny Durkin. With this plea, I'm urging everyone in Seattle stand together to denounce that kind of activity. Let's go. Almost. Camilla reporting a stabbing in Portland
Texas Hospitals Battle COVID-19
"John Henderson President of the Texas Organization of rural and community hospitals. Thank you so much for talking with us. so tell me what if things been like for you? With covert nineteen, so in the early days of the pandemic are hospitals started telling us they were having a terrible time getting p. mask, and gloves and gowns enhanced sanitizer, and so we kinda became a procurement shop for our rural Texas, hospital and most of those supply chains that we would normally lean on were turned upside down, so we were working with nontraditional vendors and middleman like what were some of the channels that you were reaching out to? Your last. Well. The craziest one was a friend of a friend connected me to a guy he knew that had. Literally smuggled them across the Mexico border in had mask in A. Warehouse in east, Austin, and so. I went down there, and he offered me a Tequila shot and we worked out a deal. And from what I understand like distribution, you say destruction, but that was like you in a car. Well maybe not formal distribution, but twenty or thirty friends of ours that had called our office, saying. Hey, I'd love to help you make deliveries. Kind of created this daisy chain of volunteers across Texas where you know, we could get something to abilene and then a friend in Abilene. Get it on up to Lubbock Grammar out west Texas and the Permian Basin. And, then as we kinda develop and got better at it. We were introduced to people who wanted to help. A A really good example is a lady I met named Camilla all this who I didn't recognize the name, but she's actually married to Matthew mcconaughey. And they were great about getting US donated. Supplies, mcconaughey! Yeah. Hey. Yeah And I didn't realize when she said she had a driver ready that it was matthew with A. Truck full of mask ready to go to. Hospitals. And she said I have a driver. Eddie and it was her husband Matthew mcconaughey, who was like liver masks. If you need me to the threat, it's amazing. Talk to me a little bit about sort of how things have changed since the early days as we talk today, most areas of Texas. Are. Reporting Trans that are a little bit problematic and scary. Right because from what I've read and what I understand like Texas was at a a pretty advanced stage of reopening, and then his actually like walked it back. Early on we were will behind other states especially New York, in thought, we managed it fairly well. Most of that worst case scenario forecast did not materialize in March and April, but it certainly has since the Memorial Day holiday I think that actual coca cases in hospital admissions are like four times higher than they were at the beginning of June and I think for the first time over the weekend. We were reporting more than eight thousand cases a day. So it's it's all headed. Definitely headed the wrong direction, and now we've got a statewide mask. Order Oh so everywhere you go. You have to wear masks outside. Everywhere you go in counties with more than twenty cases, which is almost everybody. We're working to try to secure a stockpile ventilators that we can distribute around Texas you know as we see those flare ups and can help them deal with it. The thing that's actually a little bit scary to me is that the urban areas are at or near capacity which means that the rural hospitals are having to keep patients that are a little bit more acutely, ill or higher level of need than they would normally keep, so we're? They would, they would transfer someone who is really sick to a larger urban hospital, which might have more equipment resources. Things like that. That's exactly right. And they're doing that fairly well, but. In, they've got bed capacity. They're just stretched when it comes to staffing, primarily I think the state of Texas actually has sent twenty three hundred nurses to South Texas to try to help them because the hospitals her. You know bursting at the seams. There's been a lot of coverage about the difficult financial situation that a lot of hospitals are in right now. The things that they traditionally made a lot of money off of elective surgeries and clinic visits have been canceled and they've had to make big investments in equipment and staffing other things to prepare for the pandemic rural hospitals operate on a really thin margin, compared to other hospitals often barely make a profit with this surge coming in Texas. Are you worried that some rural hospitals won't make it? Oh, yes. I was worried in April that we might have a dozen rural hospitals close in, I would get multiple calls every day from rural hospitals. CEO's that were saying. We're on the ropes. You know we didn't have any cash and we were maxed out on credit before this thing started. Now we've got you know. Shutdown orders, clinic, visit, cancellations, and no elective surgeries or procedures in. We aren't going to make the next payroll soccer. We're GONNA close. Thankfully in April. They got some significant federal stimulus money that aimed ten billion dollars nationally that rural hospitals and rural health clinics that single funding alone saved half a dozen rural Texas Hospitals Oh. And so a concern of mine as we look at the whatever the next stimulus package be that if if conditions don't change and that doesn't move, then we could. Have you know more rural hospital closures. You could make an argument that like well we. We should concentrate our resources an urban hospitals and they can have like the very best everything. People can just get transferred. Well, that's that's the argument that urban citizens matter more than rural citizens and I believe every Tex Mex and some of these rural communities are literally. From a larger community, so I think I think Cova has actually been a pretty stark reminder of lots access to healthcare in hospital. Capacity Matters. you know I, I know that we wish we had some of hospitals available that have closed in the last few years. I'm wondering I. Don't know just like what your? Takeaway from this whole thing has been. Well. I think it's probably the most consequential six months in my lifetime, and and maybe the most the next one hundred days. We'll be as important as anything we've been through. A since April,
"camilla" Discussed on Ghosts on a Train
"Just like we would if you were on that train. Goes to a trade now. Most of the trees here are petrified entirely. This tree likewise looks petrified save or one spot at UC. She holds a magnifying glass out hugh. There's a patch where it looks like a single flake of skin that is not yet dried. There's like a little bit of life. In this tree, every international that. The commonly held belief. Nothing properly grows in-depth lance saved from the twisted. Corruption Those those influenced by demons, Spirit, wells, and other Supernatural Strangeness But. Treat. I wonder if I would tap it. What is believed blood or Assist some some people I said about me, but the law is gone really whiskey. Blood In Gun and tap it. Yes she's already see. She's already like to work on the street. Algan me. ANDRO while you're sort of like securing the perimeters. You have the faintest. Unnatural glow from. Rowen's Matt's. Ball is now arriving. Wings allow all passengers to exit train forty. This has been going on a train replayed. Ghost lines and RPG written designed by John Harbor. Our intro went up from music by Sebastian Blank. Our cover odds by Yoshiko, Augusta, you're liable for this trip where Camilla Wester. As name Rome. Lay by me your. Andrew Anderson Badge name done. Ville played by me Hannah. Aka, Drake's. Bash name Kluber played by me Steph. HIP IN PIP mceal. Badge name mceal. Played by guy. and. I have been your conductor. Greg even questions about the pride of Dusk Wa or additions to suggest the train please email them to ghost train pod at gmail.com or contact us on twitter at ghosts, underscore train and left Kansas bring them to the line bowls. Thank you for writing us. Send please consider traveling with us again next time..
"camilla" Discussed on Ghosts on a Train
"Gender specific I think. Like I would not beholden to any broker I. is this true? The word! been reading the dictionary. Haven't you done bill? Yes. That is how I passed the time. They're? Smar- ads crappy. Slam it! Hey species go to the mall. Wait. You should explain how you know each. me and Camilla. We were trainees together back in several months. Yeah used to cause. Travel back in the day. Oh Man, you remember that time we took Greenspan's. The front of the train. That was that was truly truly the best who man and then we saw ghost rider. Over the Ridge wearing those pants. All never got him back. He was so sad his grandpappy. Fans grandpappy wants to Taylor you see. Less that we had to find his speech months later, he was really. A. Real he had a real. Real problem with it towards the end you could not land that final blow, but don't you worry? Are Our goes hunting. Horses took care the rhys. I WANNA GO spending. You Pippen. Maybe you notice that Georgie is sort of a idly like. Standing outside of your conversation, but she sorta like. Like tilting back and forth like trying to find a way to enter the conversation. Is Not. A. Peeping I I just. I just wish I don't wish to interrupt but I. Mean I I will interrupt by half a lot. Boxing's usually everyone of you. I mean it's just. It is usually Koi invitation into the conversation and also. What you're doing this great. Is this out lady I'll just need to. Get the customers on on. So! If you could hit a car all right, see you later Joyti We. Hear go train would like take a moment to recommend our friends at nights. Join GM Joe. She guides Montlake ruled boys through storm kings, Thunder, the legendary Dean, d five adventure by wizards of the coast. We'd love how it feels like sitting at a home game, all of comedy action and shame where they roles guaranteed to turn Beirut upside down maps liable should take some hints and lock up their own horrible dice visit nights, shame PODCAST DOT COM to learn about the Blairs and find every way to listen. As. We're walking.
Atlanta police officer who murdered Rayshard Brooks granted bail
"Has yet to authorize any action. Judge on Tuesday ruled that the former Atlanta police officer who fatally shots, Ray Shaw, Brooks can be free on bond while he's. Case is pending. Fulton County Superior. Court judge Jane Borwick says a bond of five hundred thousand dollars for Garrett. Who Faces charges including felony murder in the killing of Brooks a twenty seven year, old, black man, the shooting by the white officer happened against the backdrop of demonstrations nationwide over police, brutality and systemic racism after George. Floyd died under Minneapolis. Knee appearing by teleconference lawyers for Ralph argued that he is a native Georgian with strong ties to the community who is not at risk of fleeing or failing to show up for court, and is not a danger to the community. A prosecutor argued that role has committed an unjustified fatal shooting, and was a flight risk, and might intimidate witnesses brooks his wife to mean Camilla made an emotional plea to the judge, asking her not to grant bond for Ralph. I say no to it. She says I say no, because mentally I'm not able to handle it. Police body cameras showed Ralph and another officer, having a calm and respectful conversation with Brooks for more than forty minutes after complaints that Brooks had fallen asleep in his car in a Wendy's drive through lane on June twelve, but when officers told him he had too much to drink to be driving and tried to handcuff. Handcuff Him Brooks resisted. A struggle was caught on dash camera video. Brooks grabbed one of their tasers and fled firing the Taser at Ralph. He ran away. An autopsy found Brooks was shot twice in the back twenty-seven-year-old. Ralph now faces eleven charges in all felony. Murder is punishable by a minimum sentence of life in prison attorneys for the family of Brooks say they were disappointed by the judge's ruling, but said it was just one step in a long quest for justice for Ray Chard. It's imperative that we continue to push for systemic change within our criminal
Katy Perry's Babymoon and Leo DiCaprio's in Love
"Katy. Perry maybe pregnant during the pandemic, but it's not stopping her. She shared her plans with radio host. Karen Carson. You can just like. Go to your house and go to your bathroom. When you're camping. In the wild. It's lyles. It was fun. It was a lot I was like it'll be so fun. It'll be like my baby. Moon is to go camping and then. You do everything yourself cool. Should be something. She knows before she goes camping. Surprise. Do you know what camping? I'm sorry. I meant genuine question. have either of you gone like like on a more than one night camping trip where there wasn't a bathroom wasn't a sort of water source. Yes, I grew up. That's right. We talked about Morgan, have you? Know. Haven't. So if you don't know there's an interesting thing that if you go do an somewhere and you have to go number to. Dig a hole. Beriot and then carry all the toilet paper out in like a plastic bag, so it's not just like finding a place gross thing. That's not how I would personally want to spend my baby moon. I want my baby moon to be like on a beach with like sixteen people tending to me. Digging your whole for you. Yeah, okay, we're making news. You is Leo or could finally possibly may be ready to get married if you believe people magazine's. They he's gotten serious from his main Goral Camilla marrone. What do you guys think you think he's ever going to settle down? Who Cares who cares? He's dating models. He might do that to at least seventy. Is Fine like whether he said who if he settles down or not, he doesn't have to. That's for damn sure. He definitely does not have to, but it is nice to see him with Camilla I do feel he's been satisfied with her for a lot longer than he has the other girls, so it's going to be one of those question that's asked for the rest of time regardless of people. Give you know I'd give it just as I am getting to that age where I started to wonder like all right should I start trying to settle down at all like if I want you know I. Don't know like my parents I. Think my mom's like you should big one and I see Leo and I go, maybe I don't have to. Maybe I could just win an Oscar waypoint now. Leo Honey
YouTube Reschedules 2020 Graduation Event With Obamas, BTS, Beyoncé Due to George Floyd Memorial
"Going on today is the re scheduled dear class of twenty twenty graduation ceremony celebration that was supposed to take place yesterday but it got postponed a day because of the commemorations and memorials are going on in Minneapolis for George Floyd but this is the event at which First Lady Michelle Obama former president Barack Obama beyond say lady Gaga B. T. S. Katy Perry I mean it's it's a star studded event of messages in music that will be taking place on YouTube this afternoon Camilla Kobe will be part of it I got to think if she's part of a John Mendez is going to be part of it Chris Martin khallid Cynthia a Revo Ben
Matthew McConaughey, wife Camila donate 110,000 masks to rural Texas hospitals
"Matthew McConaughey he is doing some nice isn't he is he's been doing nice things delivering food and all kinds of things this is a partnership that he's got with the Lincoln automobile company is of paying off right now over the weekend he and his wife Camilla gotten a pickup truck that was just loaded with hospital masks a hundred and ten thousand hospital masks that Matthew McConaughey and his wife delivered to hospitals all over Texas all of it donated by Lincoln so you know the way to go for them the McConaughey's have been making donations of all kinds of things ever since the pandemic B. again so they've been extremely hands on with this whole thing
Marc Jacobs: I Still Have Stories to Tell
"Mental Health Awareness Week and last week on Bureau F. Live our editor at large Tim. Blanks spoke to the celebrated American designer. Marc Jacobs who touched on a variety of topics from working through the krona virus crisis and maintaining his creativity but also on how the crisis is impacting his own mental health at this time of anxiety and stress for people around the world. Here's Mark Jacobs inside fashion. Hi Tam I'm such a pleasure to see it today. It's always a pleasure to see you. Tim and this will be out conversation for the next few seasons. I guess because we want you seeing each other in well who knows who knows where I am. I am in New York City in my hotel room in Soho Talking to you you've seen in a hotel rooms for the whole luck. Yes yes yes has that been. It's been let's let's put it this way. I'm grateful to be in a place where I'm comfortable. I'm going to start under the start on the. I'm going to start this chat on a positive note. So what have to keep going back to my mind is that I am grateful. I have my two dogs with me. I have clean made bed that I made this morning. I have what I need. I've got a closet full of clothes that I can play with. Have got a couple of makeup bags that I can play with. I have my iphone and my ipad which connect to other people with and I have the where I can sit outside and get some air so I am very grateful that I'm comfortable today and I feel like I'm taking care of and obviously you confidently connect with people. I'm finding. I'm actually connecting with people more than I usually do because quoting about connecting with now. But I have well. It's a strange thing. Isn't it connection? Because I never really I think of this as a type of connection and I we can use these devices of hours to connect with people in some superficial way or in some way that's different but I'm a luddite and I believe in live contact. I believe in note writing letter writing. I believe in seeing people across the dinner table or having a coffee with them I see. I don't see I didn't grow up with life on the screen and I didn't grow up with cell phone in my hand at or or night at or nih-funded whatever and I like live performance in live theater and I liked. I like going into shops. I like seeing people on streets so while this is some form of connection. It certainly. I don't have any kind of real connection to this form of connection. So but how how? How does this thing for you then? Well it's a kind of a kind of goes in waves and spurts. I mean they're I'm very sort of manic depressive. In a way I mean I am you know. My mental health goes from mania to depression. So there are days where I just feel extremely depressed and feel like it's the end of the world. And then your days were mannequin. I just think what a great opportunity for us all to learn collectively from this and move forward and then there's all the grays in between but I mean I tend to go from the basement to attic in five seconds. You know like In terms of emotions and so it's been very hard because I also not really in control of how you feel. You know the ceilings common. It's just a question of how I kind of accept them and and sort of you know honor them etc. So so I've had moments of feeling very productive and creative and moments feeling just like what's it all sore or is that all there is as I keep saying the south. You Camilla Louder. You have exactly. Isn't it funny? How life comes along to trip up those kind of those little notions and give them a sort of real time white. Will you see it's this? It's this computer right here. That fascinates me the most. And that's what I think is always this kind of amazing thing. I have this kind of faulty computer. Which is my brain and it's not faulty in the sense that it doesn't work but it just kind of works as it does right and so. I mean for absolutely no apparent reason. I could do everything I did yesterday. And Go to sleep on time and wake up on time and have my vitamins draped might juices for some reason the Sun could be shining and I can have the most miserable attitude about life and see things through the darkest leads and then I could stay up all night and and and not drink juices not my vitamins and like the sun isn't shining and I'm just like full of hope and you know like so who knows and then yes they're like these songs that comes my head in these things. I've seen in these performances. I know I don't know like books I've read and you know I don't. I'm not in charge of where the where where my brain sort of fires on a particular day but like it just doesn't it and it's like kind of fascinating as kind of goes through all of its little find sub dreaming a lot more. I have some very weird dreams but I've always had weird dreams that I've always been a bit of an insomniac because apparently that's a that's a huge side effect of this pandemic. Is People a happen. Incredible Dreaming Nkala at a lot about real people like either family members will celebrities or whatever but that they remember the dreams full of almost movie. And that's by to pick this. That people can depend up in the daytime and then the minds slowed us. I don't think that I'm dreaming more than I was before. And I think my dreams are kind of still of the crazy surreal content that they always work which combines a little bit of like the tape recorder you know things I've just recently heard but then then concocted into something that might have some other greater meaning but No I find my dreaming kind of the same. I guess you're making a movie while you yeah so via via recommended. I mean she. She had this idea. Unfortunately it was like four weeks in she was like. Oh you should have taped yourself every day. Like just videotaped yourself every day like you had this like you know daily journal like on tape like everything you did just like this endless documentary journal and I was like well if I had started it for weeks ago. It would have been great because we're already for weeks in if feels that will have to do something else. So so nick My friend my best friend and and someone I work with very closely you know at. Marc Jacobs He he and I came up. And we decided we'd do more of a fairy tale like this this kind of life in quarantine more of an louise or a you know like or a home alone or something like that right played all the characters who would normally be here at the hotel but or not like what kind of well everything from the porter to the manager to the chef in the restaurant to the housekeeping to the engineer to the different people who are residing in the hotel to the different things. I do in my room on different occasion to me documenting my set like just just just like I never any element of the other look creeping in. No just just just anything. I can do within the confines of this hotel. Your instagram is being incredibly vivid. The whole time that you've seen in Lucca. It seals almost like you are testing out characters in well. I'm not really I'm I'm kind of just you know I've always been this way. This is like this is nine year old mark who you always was in his bedroom. Escaping chaos of what life looked like you know like a very disturbed and dysfunctional childhood. And I went to my room and I sat with my clothes and I painted my jeans or embroidered. Jean Jacket and I put on my outfits. I comb my hair one way or the other and you know maybe I found a curler for my mother curled by whatever it was but that nine year old kid that me was like a in his own world in his bedroom and had to use his imagination to create a world. That was a happier place. And that's kind of what I'm doing I mean. I have two months worth of clothes that I packed to move in here. I'm I have a couple of bags of of makeup. That randomly for some reason felt were important to take with me and And then you know just and the dogs and Some hairclips jewelry and I'm just playing around and and keeping myself entertained and and doing what I do which I think is taking care of my mental health. I mean I have to get up everyday and shower and I have to Rome and I have to get dressed and I I just feel like not only do I have to do it for my sanity but like I enjoy doing it. So it gives me pleasure and it allows me to kind of be of service in some way. Because if I'm not well. In taking care of myself creatively and in every other way then. I'm of no use to anybody else. I mean I just can't lie an unmade bed all day long. It's the most pressing thing I've I mean. I used to see my mother who suffered from manic depression. She wouldn't get out of her bed sometimes for weeks and her bed was never made and the site of an unmade bed to be as just about the most horrifying thing. I can remember.
One Young Mother and the Homelessness Crisis
"Lauren Sandler joins us now from Brooklyn. Her new book is called. This is all I got a new mother search for Home Lauren. Thanks for being here thank you. I'm so happy to be here so this book got a stellar review and our pages this week from Alex. Kotla wits is very exciting and it's similar issues to the ones that he explores. This book is about a homeless mother. Did you get started on the project? Well I knew I wanted to write about homelessness I've been writing about inequality and specifically gender inequality for a long time but living in New York the feeling of inequality all around us has been inescapable for so long and I was really aware that it was an issue that had been getting less attention and not more when I moved to New York in Nineteen Ninety two there were twenty thousand people sleeping and city shelters and it was considered to be a real human rights crisis there were between one and two stories and the Times every day about homelessness and now there are seventy thousand homeless people in New York in pre pandemic numbers and it was like the issue it just sort of disappeared from at least the literary consciousness if not a daily one and I just felt it in my heart so I wanted to find a shelter that would give me access and see if I could do that sort of old school immersion writing to give people a narrative that would rip them and bring them into an experience. They wouldn't forget it's interesting. You mentioned that time period from Nineteen ninety-two until roughly prepaid endemic. Because for many New Yorkers now they think about homelessness in terms of homelessness under Bloomberg in which it seemed to disappear from the streets and then homelessness under Blasi. Oh where suddenly it seemed to become once again a problem but I'm sure that's a huge over-simplification and mischaracterization in many ways of the issue to what extent did homelessness get better at all during that period or was it always there and we just weren't seeing it. Well it was always there and it was being criminalised so you know. Giuliani was quite famous for getting the homeless off the street. But it wasn't like he was getting them into housing he was getting them pushed farther and farther out away from an Hatton. He was getting them into lock up. But the big thing that I think really happened. Was this surge in housing prices. It was hard to rent an apartment in New York but it was possible. It was before rezoning under Bloomberg it was before the luxury housing boom before gentrification as we know it and price-gouging not just in New York but nationally around housing became such an issue as wages. Were certainly not going up. That it's become someone impossible and you know de Blasio ran on a platform of changing this. He's touted a lot of affordable housing but that housing has been affordable for no one who's poor and so it's been a real crisis for people like the protagonist of my book and millions of people like her and now millions more to come. Let's talk about that woman. Camilla who is she? She is a woman who when I meet. Her is twenty two and pregnant. She's from Corona which is now known as the epicenter of the virus in Queens. And when I met her you know. She told me that she had a story to tell. And we had instant chemistry. There's a real alchemy between us. I like to talk about how in nonfiction. There's always this notion. I think that reporters documentarian choose their protagonist but in fact. It's really a mutual choosing. It's like any relationship and she and I found each other but amongst all the women at the shelter where I was reporting. She not just really connected with me as a as a personal connection but also as an idea which is that. She was so organized so disciplined stunning legally minded. I mean she's someone who sued her parents for child. Support is a teenager and one that kind of way of really really understanding this system of someone who knows how to advocate for herself beyond anything that almost any of her case workers or professors had ever seen and so it really felt like if this is a woman who can not succeed in the system so she won't need to be in it anymore. Who can't make the paperwork work and administrative burden work so that she can be free of this place that she was born into. It seemed to me that no one could and I wanted to see if she could and how she could. So is that part of the reason you chose hurt us to kind of show that here's someone who has tremendous internal resources if if no external resources are systemic ways to to help that. Even this person might not be able to succeed exactly and I don't want to detract from what it means to not have the sort of mind that gets you admitted into John J. For Criminal Justice. Which is her story. There are certainly plenty of people. Probably the majority of people who are not in the system with such an apparatus to get out internally. But I did want to see what would happen. In the best case. Scenario and that best case scenario is still a worse case scenario for anyone.
Prospect of V-shaped recovery in the US is fantasy - Stanley Druckenmiller
"We've meanwhile got something billionaire of a special hedge fund today managers looking stand to at Camilla UK said that the tourism prospect and of also a V. European shaped recovery tourism in is the one US of the key sectors is will a check fantasy that does and that need the risk to get reward back calculations on its feet equities somehow is the worst if that he's we seen to get economic in his recovery lifetime across Europe more doubtful I'm Michael provokes the health secretary most males here Matt Hancock speaking saying that during actually a webcast for the moment held foreign by the economic holidays club really of New York hope Druckenmiller shin for said Brits stimulus programs so that's aren't not really building gonna help future in that sector growth yeah but I rather was crying address into giveaways a bit to companies of and business as a owners result of that his remarks in are the among meantime the strongest I let comments me yet take by you Wall to Street the market heavy weight said this morning on the bleak look it's outlook really facing risk off U. S. sentiment investors encrypted economic yesterday but damage is that has spurred the federal also reserve Tuesday to unveil a raft of either emergency the total lending body programs has changed a point and Congress to talk to about unleash his comments almost three trillion I will dollars give you in
California governor says community spread started at nail salon
"The overwhelming majority of states will have relaxed at least some of their corona virus restrictions by tomorrow in an attempt to restart their economies correspondent Camilla Burnell report much of California is starting to re open we're now learning the first mill court of iris the tally in the U. S. dies from a heart ruptured triggered by the virus and on the first case of community spread in the state governor Gavin Newsom confirming it came from the nail salon but he held back on giving details their health and personal privacy obligations that are bigger and then any public statements that have to be abided by legal parameters as a relates that first
Camila Cabello, Steve Aoki to Participate in TikTok Charity Livestream
"Tick tock has launched a charity livestream series to raise funds for communities impacted by the global pandemic the nightly fundraising live stream will go live every night this week at eight PM eastern time and will feature Camilla cabal cabal Steve Steve Aoki Aoki and and more more celebrities celebrities take take talk talk has has pledged pledged to to match match up up to to ten ten million million dollars dollars in in user user donations donations through through may may twenty twenty seventh seventh
'One World' Concert Review
"Did you watch the the one the one world concert on Saturday and cited about it yeah I did it did not disappoint I thought it was great it's been so I mean you know everybody has their own opinion about different things but I just find so interesting on social media you know some people said it was depressing some people thought that it was lip saying some people thought there's some people thought that I left those two hours I only watch the two hours not like you where you can watch the four hour pregame with on social media before I only watched the two hours I was great and I I just thought the performances were great but I was just so moved and uplifted by the stories of the health care workers wouldn't really that that's really what this was all about they were not asking for money they did you know that did not you know tell you the text in and you get give us money and do this and do that it was just and where his campaign to thank health care workers and frontline workers during all we work while we're still are going through I have a little montage here if you want to hear about some of the performances yeah sure I'd give us a little hint as to who we're going to hear in this class you're gonna hear lady Gaga you're gonna hear Paul McCartney Stevie Wonder Billy eyelash Kacey Musgrave Shawn Mendez Camilla Kobe you're gonna hear Elton John in this you're going to be here Lizzo doing the all Sam Cooke song change is gonna come in you're gonna hear the the finale of the show which literally I was brought to tears watching lady Gaga John legend Andre able Charlie and Salim Dion do the beautiful song the prayer this is just a little sampling of the
Company: 4 Georgia poultry workers dead from coronavirus
"Center major American meat producer says four of its poultry workers here in Georgia have died after getting the coronavirus Tyson foods confirming today the deaths of those four infected employees in Camilla Georgia southwest Georgia south of Albany three of them worked in the chicken processing plant there the fourth was not employed at the plant but did work for Tyson nearby company does require workers to wear face masks it's install dividers and workstations and also a given and required more space between people on the break rooms Tyson I'm not said to how many of its employees have tested positive overall for covert
A pound of flour to go? Restaurants are selling groceries now
"Restaurants across the nation are heading produce and dry goods to their menus it's a new way to make money during a tough time as NPR's Camila domonoske reports it also helps address a disconnect in the food supply chain the pandemic has everyone eating less food from restaurants and buying a lot more from the grocery store that means food supply needs to pivot from restaurants to stores but it's not always easy to re direct food for instance restaurants buy in bulk not consumer friendly sized packages restaurants are problem solving by selling ingredients from their own kitchens ala carte and toilet paper too Jennifer Dobbins owns a Raman shop in San Antonio I'm hoping that people can go and buy groceries and then okay well I'll get a sandwich or a bowl of Providence while she says selling heads of cabbage and gallons of milk is not in itself a big money maker Camilla danske
"camilla" Discussed on On Heir - Royal News & Interviews
"To that was Mr Annan full. And the Duchess of Sussex reflecting on the Forces for change cover. This was actually recorded back in August last year. And I think there was some confusion when it was posted on the Sussex World Account that they had just filmed this especially to mark this achievement. Sources say that it was actually within the palace a video that wasn't initially going to see the light of day. I think some people didn't agree that it should be ed for whatever reason but now that the Duchess of Sussex are in control of things themselves. I think they felt like we should post it and I'm glad they did. I think it's great to see this. Sort of more candid lights side of them. Of course we get very little insight into how they work and how they all behind the scenes. It's always great see. This week was also an incredibly important wink. For Camilla. The Duchess of Cornwall. Who SPEAK TO THE? Daily Mail about how some of her own friends of suffered from domestic violence and hearing the victim stories on friend side but also through a charity that she's working closely with safe lives really her to want to do more when it came to campaigning on behalf of abused women in the UK. We saw her host a reception. Clarence House which is her London. Home to mark the fifteen. Th Anniversary of safe lies charity here in the UK which fights against a rising epidemic of domestic abuse. The engagement brought together a number of women and survivors. That the Duchess's mets on previous engagements and also was to celebrate the fifteenth anniversary of the charity itself and launched their Valentine's campaign which is really celebrating. The courageous journey that many male and female survivors have been through joining me. Now is a of safe live. Suzanne Jacob who is with the Duchess of Cornwall at Clarence House this week for a very important engagement for the charity. Thanks for joining me Suzanne. Thanks it's been quite a busy week for you guys a big stage for you guys this week as well because it has been wall to wall coverage on this engagement that the Duchess of Cornwall tied with safe lives this week. A very important cause for her. Yeah we're really incredibly appreciative of her. Willingness to engage with us. Not just this week but as you know dating back now. Four years over four years her engagement with the issue With the survivors that we support with us is a charity. A that means a great deal to us and the ripple effect of that is extraordinary. We have people contact us from all over the world since Wednesday to talk about what it means to them to see her. Take such a meaningful interest in what's going on in their lives and trying to make a difference. You mentioned that. This relationship began back in two thousand sixteen. How was it that the duchess I learned about save lives? Well I think she. She had expressed an interest to her advisers about the issue and they did very diligent. Work Making sure that she was then introduced to a number of organizations with aim. She might develop a compensation to learn more about the the topic more about the way organizations like 'cause work and to meet people who've had pestle experiences and of course this week we saw her meet up with a number of women who've been involved with safe lives this week The engagement was really tied into Valentine's campaign to celebrate the collective strength and resilience thousands of male and female victims across the country. How long does it usually take to bring something like this together? I mean presumably the relationship with the Duchess of Cornwall has continued behind the scene since twenty. Sixteen it's not always just engagements that we see this working partnership we've had the opportunity to engage a number of times since twenty sixteen One of the things that we work on a great deal at save lives the need to make sure that the response to domestic abuse isn't just held exclusively in the criminal justice system and we're passionately advocating the need for the health system in particular take a greater interest in domestic abuse domestic abuse to be treated as a public health. Problem is it so clearly is and it's so endemic Say We accompany turn visit to the Royal Stoke Hospital a couple of years ago so she could meet specialist workers. We call them. It was independent. Rustic violence advises located in that hospital to see the difference. It can make if you move that response into a health setting rather than have it based just in the community or indeed in Criminal Justice Setting We also then engaged with her a couple of years ago now at the Kamath heads of government meeting in London Where she talked a little about the role of employers in identifying and responding. What's going on for their employees and making sure that they're well supported so that people can stay in the workplace and in the workforce when they're having an experienced domestic abuse so it's been a long running and extremely constructive conversation and she has been able to highlight with some of the things that we feel are most important and as I say that has meant a great deal to survive is all of whom have taken lots of notice of the fact that she didn't just do this one. She didn't just do this twice but this is a really important sustained theme for her for her public work. And why do you think it is so important? We had a candidate remarks from the touches this week. In the Daily Mail newspaper she spoke about how this is an issue that affects everyone. It doesn't matter who you are and what your background is. And she sheds some very important words in that interview. But you spent time with yourself. What do you think it is that it makes us so passionate about this particular subject? Well she very generously says that the contact with safe lives and the survivors that we have brought her into contact with is the thing that really made the most significant difference to her so in twenty sixteen. We we invited her to. What was quite an experiential event In which Some of the survivors. We call them. Pioneers he worked with had laid out in the middle of the room and item that had particular resonance for them and their experience that they had had and talk about their experience from the perspective of of how the item was involved and I think she was really really moved by that experience. And that's what she's continued to to reflect on since was the sheer scale and severity of the issue really came home to her. That's event and the dire impact on people's identity and in a humanity really came home to her and I think that's something which people who know less about domestic abuse sometimes wouldn't understand is that it's not just about co some breezes and physical manifestations of harm so say very much about the psychological impact on people that goes on for years sometimes for decades after an experience is over and I think that touched her very personally and has stayed with ever since one of the things that really impressed me about the Dutch Sis. Thoughts on this was when she spoke about that twenty sixteen will that first meeting with? Save lives. She came away thinking. What can we do a bounce? It rather than just sort of leaving and moving onto the next thing. We often associate members of the royal family with sort of cutting ribbons than we think. It's very much about the pomp pageantry but for her. This is really about getting involved to make a difference and she says to break down the stigma surrounding the subject of domestic violence. Because of course every still such a strong taboo around it absolutely and I think that's such a a wonderful thing for the the survivors. He reconnect with. You understand him for our team to to think about it. Safe lives were very practical organization We actually leave a lot of campaigning. Work TO OTHER ORGANIZATIONS WAY. More focused on that practical Change that can be achieved in local areas and the Nashnamie and I think that that again is something that felt quite important to who was the sentences you say. What can we actually do? How do we make this change And she really listened to the women who are in the room that day. Do you understand what they felt. Positive change would look like and this week. We saw the duchess reunited with one of the women. She'd met on a previous engagements Rachel Williams domestic piece of I've Who I believe is when they met four years ago and most recently they were able to talk about sort of how far she's come from then it was. I stood out to me that Millard personally kept in touch with Rachel Williams since then and you seen this sort of extra effort made by the Duchess to really sort of be as hands on involved as possible. Well she quoted Rachel in his speeches. Since the moment they met in twenty sixteen We arranged visit for her with a colleague organization in New Zealand called shine and when she went to that organization she quoted what she'd heard from. Rachel. Rachel sent her book That Rachel wrote they'd been in touch about other things I know that Rachel wrote to her about the phenomenal conference that Rachel Round for survivors all across the UK last year in which hundreds of survivors came together to lift their voices to speak about their experiences and to draw strength from each other. And through all of that right Chilin the Duchesse de appear to have made a very personal connection which is incredible. You mentioned that the impact from Wednesday's engagement had already seen people reaching out from different parts of the world. How important is it for an organization like save lives to have a member of the royal family or someone prominent position shining? That spotlight on the work. That you're doing I think it's tremendously important That public position as Is a very important thing in the royal family do resonate for people all over the world and so two to adopt this as an issue an awesome an organization that she feels she want's to speak about on a public platform into US have public platform to draw? Attention is an incredible thing because it would be very easy not to do that or to only think about causes and issues which are a bit sort of safer in people's minds and it's incredibly important that we don't treat issues like domestic abuse if they've got to be kept out of public sight and out of view bad things go on behind closed doors because they're behind closed doors because their secret and the more that people with a public profile as well as those of us in the charity sector and another parts of the community can raise that the more we chip away at the kind of monster of secrecy that lives around domestic abuse and helps it to happen and of course there is still so much work to be done. I mean I was reading some of the statistics at least two women that killed each week in the UK by carnal fallen partners multi-million reports and it's important emphasize reports domestic apiece each year. What is on the horizon for.
"camilla" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Camilla go way out is a rising star in the fashion and beauty industry she walks exclusive red carpet works with major designers I love this and launching her own namesake fashion line last year how many do you need to choose along the way every detail of her life with her more than eight and a half million Instagram followers except for her epilepsy diagnosis at age nine or plain and my hands started closing by itself and that's when I fainted and I had my senior it was like I went to sleep and the next thing I hear is my mom calling my name sorry and I couldn't answer her how long did it take before they diagnosed you with epilepsy it was right away my mom told me Camilla no one needs to know this like no one needs to know that you had a seizure or do you have a follow up see and I know my mom was trying to protect me you know that was one of the reasons why I never opened up AO who grew up in Brazil started taking medication daily but it had several seizures since her diagnosis more than two decades ago she moved to the U. S. as a teenager but continue to hide her condition as her career took off sometimes I feel like people think I was a little crazy because I have to take this medicine because I had the seizure like something was wrong with my brain epilepsy is a neurological disorder that causes the brain to produce sudden abnormal bursts of electrical energy the resulting seizures can be as subtle as someone staring blankly into space to loss of consciousness convulsions and was certain seizures even death what's been the most difficult part for you of managing our having epilepsy the most difficult time mice I would say would be now thinking of having a baby her doctor recently told Kuwait you and her husband you grow that her seizure medication could increase the risk of an abnormal pregnancy but also explained she could be at risk by going off the medication because if you do have a seizure while you're pregnant you could lose your baby so I'm scared for now Kuwait was continuing her medication making sure to get enough sleep as tiredness can trigger a seizure and exercising regularly for someone who's gained a following sharing her successes she hopes now sharing her struggles will make even more of an impact I read the decision to talk about it because I really believe that I could help someone for help one person it's certainly worth it for me away says she's had to turn down several professional opportunities to make sure she gets enough rest and manages stress she says headaches are often a warning sign of a possible seizure and I'm glad she's speaking up but that choice yes to make with with kids is a really hard one that's right and you said she said it's the most difficult part of having a lapse in the other most difficult part she said it was not the suffering herself by being concerned about how would affect her husband and her family watching her have a seizure so its.
"camilla" Discussed on KIIS 102.7
"We heard a song by Camilla to bail it's called a liar she released another track is he not too she said she can't just released one song when it's been so long since our last album and she almost just released her entire new project out once because she's so excited this one's shameless eighty four breakup. is vin and see the full time. for the longest time. forty eight twenty three. twenty years. seven twenty. in the front. turning. it's not a funny one. because I got. down thirty twenty three it's post Malone and wow on the countdown and after only out on the road this we can explain shows in North Carolina and many moves on to two sold out.
"camilla" Discussed on Live Your Own Fit Podcast
"Today we are going to join a health and fitness journey of one of our leave. Barron fate STAS ars. We're going to show a little bit of case study and speak to you about her story of her last six weeks with us and just what she's achieved saved where she started and where she's going to so our leave your family. They inspire US myself compete every day. They give us a warm fuzzy feeling of gratitude love for doing what we do so Camilla ease one of Allie of your own feet stars. She has just finished the seeks week. Life Change Program the health and performance journey of the last six weeks has been inspiring to say the least we've Camilla's consent. We want to share her health story of trials and wins. We'd view historians won. The majority of us can relate to we know you'll fall in love with a journey as we have and by virtue you'll become part of ever increasing visual cheese squad so Katie mind as you rate on that Camilla did not increase her exercise over these last six week period she did do you like ten minutes here and they're walking the dog and she does love a daily meditation practice of thirty minutes to sixty minutes when she first wakes up in the morning her schedule is jam-packed so we'll go through that and a little bit more detail but let's dive in so Camilla was originally his isn't in undertaking the seeks Wake Life Change Program and who wouldn't be be honest so he's like would myself unpaid understand at time constraints tape priorities her insecurities did she have the time to prioritize so in a world where her family who were end beloved animals all hi go for the number one spot. These are the questions that Camilla ask yourself and they very much the questions. I think that we would ask ourselves too. So Camilla's husband has been poll. He was super eager to jump into the program after recognizing that they both needed more energy to leave the life that they did both truly deserve he was the instigator and he drove Camilla to sign up and to commit to the program use of trying non-sustainable energy deficient diet diets had made Camila really questioned the likelihood that the life programme would benefit her but to be honest Camilla's a real fighter and she is very very openminded. Sorry even though she was a little bit less enthusiastic than poll she was intrigued and she did commit one hundred percent to the process so let's get a little snapshot of Camilla what her life looks like. Camilla forty six years of age. She's a full-time onsite. Hey Tom Tom Manager for a large corporate company. She is a wife she is a mother to teenagers to thirteen year old daughter and a sixteen year old old teenage boy and she does have a two dogs and one cat so she is busy to say the least. Camilla's roadblocks folks so we had a few roadblocks number one ease lack of faith in the program because she had tried so many in the past and they just just went sustainable eight. She did find that after two weeks of trying something she was sort of back to square one again number number two was lack of belief. Did she believe that she deserved to prioritize herself number. Three two tied to make a change so Camila was really believing the rat race making changes might just be that little stroll that breaks the camel's back another one was time poll so Camilla's Time poll much like the majority of us in today's world. She's working full-time hours. They along ours. She plays taxi two kids on weekends. McCain's and she does have the animals that rely on her as well as a husband. That's often working away and lastly. She didn't like exercise is exercise is not her big. She thought this was a big prerequisite to improving your health and performance but also maybe to be working when we Peyton I too so. Let's take a look at Camilla's roadmap. What did she jerry way. Did she start so Camila established what her little goals were. What her what she wanted to achieve. At the program Camilla wanted to number one increase race energy levels she wanted to wake up refreshed renewed and Nari that she was going to feel like she had enough energy to perform what she wanted wanted to do. Throughout the day number two she wanted to have consistent energy throughout the day so again. It's very much like number one number. The three increased stamina so especially on the way Canes Camilla really wanted to know that she could have energy to fulfill the task she wanted to after she replayed taxi to the family number four she wanted to decrease anxiety and Eddie negative thought patents who doesn't number five if she wanted to feel more comfortable in Clark's again who doesn't so in cumulus woods she says I want to experience increased stamina especially early on Saturday rushing around. I want to be able to seek everything off my list and still have energy to enjoy my own time especially on the weekend. Camilla also do a self collection exercise which is part of the initial couple of weeks in the program and this very much does establish goals envisions so what is the key message he became message is by sharing her goals wise her Watson House Camilla improved her self awareness she she really felt date in connected to what she wanted to achieve this process just reconfirm to a self what she wanted consciously the end subconsciously she was able to take stock of those thoughts and make them work for she was also now Cannibal to herself and to us importantly as coaches so we could cheer on. Mba Support Query and subsequently she increased her chances of success so Camilla Miller recognize that number one why she wanted to change in this was through establishing Hawaii which is super important. Why did she want to achieve. Save these goals number two. She recognized the roadblocks that have fueled negative belief systems any subconscious thoughts and self sabotage. She would work on this with myself. In one calls three Camilla acknowledged what she wanted to change and how she was going to change it so being accountable able for these changes was imperative. Sorry what is the key message here. Camilla Toyota self over and over again this. He's not a race. I feel like I'm getting there. It is not a sprint and I think we can all learn a lot from that. So how did we measure Camilla's progress and how did she take stock that she was actually making progress those little incremental improvements that lead to the gains in the feature and thirdly to that how does she acknowledged wins they win so we need to take stock celebrate and then move on we measured Hawaiisale circumference. It's and the sands and maybe a little bit scary for most of us out there but you'll find out later why this is so important she also fielding Janelle every few days so she could start seeing progress in things like energy levels mood comfort and food sensitivities and biofeedback. It's all buyer feedback so question he had deed Camilla citizens out for global health and performance success. We've heard a little bit it but let's just go through it again. Camilla established foundation to success so she established to y what and how she acknowledged roadblocks and what she could do to overcome them. Camilla established her very arina bio individuality. Sorry that was done through a two week. Elimination Protocol in the first two weeks of the program Camilla established her individual nutrition plan so basically that's the foods and the food timings. Is that best suit her she also recognized that she is an athlete in life so even though she wasn't a traditional athlete that we think of we are all athletes affiliate athletes and just like you would think of the traditional sense in an athlete. Camilla deserves to leave her best life to her full potential and that means she needs to energy to juicer and lastly. Camilla discovered Tattoo biohacking her physiology for the results. She wanted so in in an example of this. She increased his slate by an hour so she went from having six hours. She was able to increase it to seven came message here. If you're in an energy deficient state your body we're going to fraud and flight mode causing a negative domino effect on your hormonal system mm-hmm which ultimately results in nervous system fatigue or adrenal system fatigue so what we found out he out when we established. Camilla's bio individuality was Camilla was energy deficient and she had been for many years who resting metabolic rate required a certain amount of calories daily and she was she was consuming around six hundred less than what she required so this leads to a lot of home are earn day fix and domino affect causes a lot of stress on the hormones it increases inflammation subsequently and it inhibits fat burning fat loss amongst countless other ill-effects so she just wasn't making nutrient intake work for her so we've discussed a little bit about what Camilla was experiencing and what she did along the journey and we don't want to throw in too much Josh Tau because again at ease cumulus Janney steel but it's very very interesting. What was what were Camilla's results. After the six week life change program and as a super interesting Camilla lost eight thousand tomatoes around her waist. That's a lot and that was around the full weight Mark Cumulus White Change Nar not by much so that's why we need to be measuring the U. Waste her rings a Lusa Industries bigger. Her energy levels are higher and she sold him experiences that that full PM slump at work slot anxiety has gone and cheese attracting even better things than what she was before into alive. His stamina has improved ooh she's waking up refreshed and renewed experiencing high quality sleep so it's increased to seven hours and she no longer snores ause. Cumulus is ready to try every resistance training program now and that's something that I'm super super excited about and I think she's excited. What about it too and she's also realized that yes. She has banning an energy deficient state meaning previously she has not been consuming human. The calories needed at rest. Let alone to function option lay throughout the day. Camilla's health and performance journey ahead looks looks very very brought. Sorry what can we learn. What key messages can we learn from Camilla's journey. Well Camilla knows that small incremental improvements lead to big life changing winds and as Marcus Smith referred to on the podcast a few weeks ago these are not goals that turn into big sexy ones so I love that and we'll be using that law in the Future Camilla tells us this is not a race. I feel like I'm I'm getting. There is just not a sprint. His focus is on consuming whole foods whole real food in the form of nutrient dense processed food. Camilla is the moderator meaning she can enjoy one or two squares.
"camilla" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM
"Coming up as well after Camilla and Sean Pontus at that is is why they get flown on in waiting by the phone with hello.
"camilla" Discussed on KIIS 102.7
"Album yeah you download this it's new this is a song with Camilla find you again to yes I like sun million the one what seven.
"camilla" Discussed on Scrubbing In with Becca Tilley
"You wanna be there on the day the doors closed the hospital like it's more that now being in it as opposed like pasta. It's not like president Camilla wanting to be like in the watching the loss of grace. Not me happen and be part of that legacy of it ending. So it's kind of that actually a more tumor. We'll Michelle Forbes be back again. I know you can't give too much away. But that's my only tell you that she's not back this season. I mean, which is pretty devastating because the way she left. Yes. Just like brutal. I was watching with my fiance, and he knows what was going to happen. He was like what she just left like even the by like, what are we talking? We didn't even see her with a shout was on you when we saw the brand Chastel, we definitely shot at a million different ways. But they yeah, they just had her nose reaction, which is super interesting choice. I think it made it like more jarring. We're not gonna see her back this season. I don't know if we will see her ever again. Truly excellent actress. So I thought this is the beginning of an art thought we thought to is going to have a thin. No. I think that I think she may have if the storyline hadn't been this. But I think that they will wait if they do bring her back you'll be like shocked. They can't bring her back this season because it wouldn't be that shocking. But I think just show up one day if she ever does I there's a part of me as much as I love, Michelle. I almost think the storyline is probably more realistic than maybe they never speak again. Right. And so as a part of me, that's okay with maybe them never seeing each other again. No. I mixed feeling. I question Tony. And I asked these on. I don't know she told you we did the carpet on Palay years ago. He's off Ota. I saw pictures. Yeah. And our question everyone was we don't want you to die. But if you could if you knew that you were going to die, and you got to choose your death on Grey's anatomy. What would it be? I think it would like I'd want it to be something heroic. Like, yeah. Like, Alex is dying. And I offer him like head is a head transplant. Right. And then there's something happened as Alier. Yeah. It would I would wanna be saving someone else. If I ended up like choking on a p nine the cafeteria would suck. Yeah. No. That's so I'm gonna say which it'll be that. Now that I've said it they'll be like that's a great idea. Sean, listen star podcast. We think. We don't think just getting we don't think way more on her plate most Most of them. of them. Fifteen show. She's running. Yeah. Do you? Remember, you said you had to double line because you said it with your your your British accent instead of your American accent? Which by the way, I'm always blown away by that. Let's it's like acting. It's like another level of acting to me that you have to think about a different accent. You remember the line you had to dub? So that we would watch. It would be like, oh that was dubbed. Now where I think I said like cool, Dr Sheppard now like doesn't work. I don't even I think they're exact running was like, I don't even know how you got away with that not doing that line. So it was like it was some sort of like cooling out to somebody. And they're like you. It was completely British. It wasn't even slightly. It was like more British than I even add. It's like cool. Also, big news this week of did Patrick Dempsey almost not being MC dreamy. Yeah. Being rob? Lowe, I heard that. So you this old news is since. My fair weather fan. It seemed that way. Why was big news this week? I think because he spoke about it. So how did you know there's insider Intel because? Yeah, I remember, I know just from talking to the cost about their early days experience like nominee will know..
"camilla" Discussed on KIIS 102.7
"Of it, and you believe in it because then no matter what happens you're going to be happy. And you're gonna be stoked performing a word is Camilla's planning her second. I'm for twenty nineteen. Fresh..
"camilla" Discussed on The Jim Jefferies Show Podcast
"If I win the game, you're like, oh, I guess we need some refreshing and Reuters. Say, have a little bitch move. Jesus Christ. Camilla, right? You on here and they wanna fucking. We do have to replace him with a white woman. So it's all even. So what I do is I do in Dabal under AM move. I under- underhand under on on your arm underhand terms under, I'm like, underarm bowling underhanded. Yeah, I Even. know I that. know that makes sense because occasionally we have crashed into the window and we're like. Okay. Then over I'm under a, we're going to record a game. We're going to match. Let's do it now. Okay. Right after the bring the Margaret funds. He can't bring them microphones out there. All wired in the table is re bring out a fun next week right now you want to do next right now. Okay. Well, we don't eat much audio Dealey. Yeah, you do. Yeah, we'll have to spell this. Doing what you do. I'm neurons. Maybe there should be donkey under. I'm off the backboard and then far as looks at me like and then you guys. So we, here's, here's what is it. You're not gonna get a shot because I'm just going to go and make shot that. I know I can make that you can't make. Do in what are you reading. For me, I'm not because. He's always going on about academic, any fucking make him do it stop talk right now saying go, okay, the podcast over to take it by. We're going to play basketball. So if there's a topic he wants to talk about tweet us at Jeffrey show. Lisa scribe and falls on apple podcast bought if I play Stitcher wherever you listen to podcasts also call eight, three, three, four, five, three, six, five, three, three, eight, three, three, four, Jim, Jeff, and leave a voicemail. You must be fucking for Camilla. Where can we find? No, no, no. They're not done yet. Camila, please tell us where like any handle that you wanna do or anything. Yeah, me please. Camilla. No, don't do. Don't follow me in real life and don't do me please. Your worship promoting yourself. I'm terrible. Yeah, I'm not good at it, but at Camilla cleese's my thing on everything and you'll have to figure out how to spell it. Okay. Anything about specifically. Now that I'm allowed to talk about, okay, that's pretty fun and no one's listening anymore. So this is the top of the show, but I will be at sides litters in Tampa, November twenty, third and twenty fifth, and it'll be Australia by myself without Jim February eighteenth remark second, I will have. Have all those dates from where I'm met. Specifically the next show, nobody's fucking listening. If somebody's listening to the end of this, I don't even know just if you are just right on the podcast group. Hey, listen to all the way to the end and you will win nothing. All right. We'll be Jim basketball by. This has been a comedy central podcast.
"camilla" Discussed on KIIS 102.7
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"camilla" Discussed on Pop Shop
"I'm charge just left someone out from there in the mix sorry camilla oh no mike oh we'll have anna no that's that's it's like a mini movie and camilla like acts rebut off and funny and it's such a breakthrough hit so it's like it's really for people that are like bemoaning like oh our music videos dead or are we like in a downturn like oh actually based on this at least this category challenge gambino's this is america was number one because of its music maybe not win v honestly when it came out i was thinking like there's just no chance anybody else i mean and there are really i mean jay z and beyond say shut down the lou like they yet filmed in front of the mona lisa yeah you know so there's lots of things to be said for the okay if child campaign i think said too yeah you're we're not going well or well we're certainly not going to get a repeat and like all three of those people we i mean bruno mars child's can be no and oh it's like the grammys all over again you say were all nominated for album of the year actually be say what's not this year jay z z was yeah and bruno one of the year versus the other two i think this is different though because i'm not even sure who votes for the ama's it's like a select like blue ribbon pano fan thou o van vogt ed even video of the year yes and fair vote for their favorite artists across all eight categories right now well camille just one yeah thanks for playing everybody yeah no i have we'll see well in terms of what actually now that i say that out loud it says that there's fan voting in eight categories maybe video the year is immune to the fan voting well you look that up okay you go to know made on mtv dot com perhaps you know some of the biggest some of the big video of the year winners in the past because the first video i via maze we're next eighty four very first video to win video of the year i will give you the nominees that did not win i okay every breath you take by the police girls just wanna have fun by cyndi lauper thriller by michael jackson that means it didn't win and rocket by herbie hancock oh yeah so seeing all of those videos all of them lost okay to a very great video but still thriller didn't win you might think by the cars wow now you might think had a lot of at the time on a state of the art computer in imagery you know like there was a miniature fly and he's like it was very high tech at the time but thriller lost video of the year yeah wto yeah so you know for every time you have something like that you need to do the example i think it's two thousand six you have that in front of you if it is shocking you just let me know oh i think it is maybe who's the winner panic at the disco yes yeah i think i'm pretty sure this was the first year that they switched to fan voting okay that would make a lot of sense i think i could be wrong because this year two dozen six nominees for secure and wycliffe for hits don't lie red hot chili peppers with dani california madonna's hung up christina aguilera's ain't no other man i'll great video and panic at the disco's i write sins not tragedies and that was just i remember seeing that like what yeah full disclosure i worked at tv at time which is why also love you love panic actually he's like you know clearly lasted longer than anyone would have thought in two thousand six you know like yes love years later number one albums so like maybe i'm in their voters knew something we didn't i'm pretty sure that was like i think i mean i kind of i started getting kind of like a little bit annoyed just i think partially because of my sort of grievances with eminem in general in the early two thousands when eminem one video of the year twice but when panic one i was just like what's and i felt like that was really when the ama started just kinda like implode in terms of like it's no longer about what the most the best video was whole truly.
"camilla" Discussed on Get Up!
"To a little bit later no what would you would you i'm not ready because he is looking to move to a new team this off season sure according to camilla when his reps have met with the rockets and the heat in recent days as he looks to move on from the funder we all know about all the mind and we all know about the role we know about all of the history there with carmelo why why are you meeting with heat i mean 'cause miami they're going to get paid out miami swim but like if you're mellow there's only one place you need to go you need to go to houston you're trying to win a championship you're trying to revive something i also think the best way he played as you're giving up baseball like it but when i watched him on usa basketball when he had to be that third that fourth but he played with guys that he respected cpa three i'm not saying that he didn't respect you know russell westbrook or paul george it didn't look like he had that same kind of singularity that he had when he played guys like three i think that's only viable choice for kamilo anthony right i think you're coming at it from a person who assumes his main priority is to win a ring i've never thought lebron lebron i remember thought carmelo anthony's main priority was to win chance i think it's about life i think it's about the experience he's already gonna make more money than anyone can spend really he's done that he's never made choices that i thought were just solely for championship and i think the fact that you would consider the heat in this is part of that come on man i understand what you're saying a part of it but also we'd like to not players who just decide to get up and go somewhere else championship and the fact that he decided to stay in new york but i'm saying i think we all assume that every players like main drive in life is to get that championship and i don't think that's really the only thing missing from his resume do you think he is being driven here if it's not financially is it by his role by a place where he can actually be one of the primary focus me yeah we all the way he scoffed idea of coming off the bench to actually help team legitimately try something so for me in his mind i think he's got allusions of grandeur still at this phase in his career he's not the guy and if he wants to be the guy than that team's going no great he's going to be the guy it's not going to be in houston that point right obviously so maybe to some of a realist because if i'm him thinking i'm no longer the guy we're going to win and win i would to but a lot of a lot of guys him they don't want to accept the different roles and then there's lebron james roll out the red carpet and you will not believe who we reached out to wasn't me is the king of the court destined to be a movie star as well that is next thank you he was good training.
"camilla" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK
"Yeah for me would situation i did not go to camilla georgia to tell the side of the bigots i did not go to camilla georgia to tell the side of the segregationist or racist i didn't go there for that i went there to tell the side of the disenfranchised their truth the truth of their experience the truth of their environment the truth of their condition the truth of their economic status i went there to tell that truth and so i did not necessarily go there to document why white people want it to be separate from black people instead i went there to document how this has affected the reality of those black folks in camilla georgia now in the process of that this is going to be released very soon we were actually putting this film festivals and the process of that i did talk to white people who told us a very different narrative which i did put on camera but my my goal was to make sure i told the truth of the people were disenfranchised that is the difference between advocacy journalism and maybe you're straight down the center journalism but the truth is even people who claim to be straight down the center they're not nobody ever is because you get to decide as the storyteller regardless of what you call yourself you decide what you focus on as the storyteller remember journalists is simply one who journals and when you make the distinction between what you deem imported and not imported well you're not just straight down the middle anyway okay so i mean just 'cause all the face are included over reported dead make fakes different from the true knows i didn't say that remember if i'm telling you the truth documenting facts as well that's why i said it just because it's not all the clearly does not make those two worst different i mean i'm not understanding your point to what your point is maybe i can figure it out for me i was just trying to understand why why you said that the facts facts and the truth are not the same i'd go report as i said i go as an advocate or advocacy journalists i report truth.
"camilla" Discussed on Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald
"And then i also think that camille it is probably pretty cool to her camila alright zeal kombila did you i thought she's a correlative l nder kevin durant is people deserve one still hate camilla 'cause i don't i don't i'm sorry that you he wanted to marry in the very poorest star and he could in the had to have a virgin hold on weight okay yeah why dyer said their marriage was pretty crowded there were three people and it that's what i think i feel bad that princess diana mary buried him okay 'cause he he your her totally ignored her but he was in love with camilla alltime highs so they bowed their heads together now i think is is all right and i bet she's overly nice to both the daughtersinlaw is i have six cocktail or the fifth oishi loser i guess not drinking with camilla and you gotta so tell me how what's the rumors well the rumors i can better i can only tell you that if you read all the stuff that you read i've never seen a time when they didn't mention her during gang oh but maybe that's the press than not liking her that much you could be but when you start falling off of a horse slobbering around i i'm i'm kidding alcohol or is now i'm just saying i think she'd i think she likes her cocktails she does what what did you like i mean where i mean sound like he had a lot to do in your life i was in the balance i just be in the vault playing with all the jewelry i guess he would where is this vote you act like you know exactly where it is.
"camilla" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Ooh ooh all right aw whoa all of all and now the national anthem of great workers please welcome the english classical crossover singer camilla personally no cool ooh god he ooh.