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"carbonell" Discussed on AP News
"Through the zones, trying to get in the ozone. And I think we were able to wear them down a little bit tonight. That was just getting the goal for the line was just kind of cherry on top. Detroit actually led to nothing until hampus lindholm and Patrice bergeron scored 88 seconds apart in the second period. Lina soul Mark stopped 30 shots and the bees 11th victory in 12 games. I'm Dave fairy. Liverpool's one zero loss to Bournemouth leaves the red 6 points behind Tottenham for the final Champions League birth. Philip billing scored in the 28th minute after being teed up in the box by dango katera. Liverpool had a golden chance to tie it, but most Salah badly missed a penalty in the 70th, sailing at way wide of the left post. This was the same team the reds destroyed 9 zero earlier this season. The lost follows a 7 zero blowout of Manchester United and Anne's Liverpool's 5 game unbeaten string. The reds are one point ahead of new castle. I'm Dave ferry. Manchester City pulled out a one zero win at Crystal Palace to keep pressure on arsenal for first place in the Premier League. Erling Holland provided the goal on a penalty kick after a foul inside the box. Holland's league high 28th goal in 27 games came after a corner kick that produced a clumsy collision in the box. Palace failed to respond and has now gone three straight games without a shot on target. City is now two points behind arsenal after running its point streak to 6 games, but the Gunners take on full on Sunday. I'm Dave ferry. Demonstrators took to the streets of Paris on Saturday to protest against French president Emmanuel Macron's plan to raise the retirement age from 62 to 64. In the new round of protests determination remains high, although crowds were smaller than in the past, police clashed with troublemakers and several cities that especially in Paris, where some intruders set fires to piles of trash along the march route, prompting fire brigades to come and extinguish the flames. Public housing employee, gerardine carbonell told the AP. 64 years for retirement for everyone is unfair. We're not all equal in as far as the jobs we're doing are concerned. 64 years whether you're a worker or an executive, it's not the same. The protest marches coincided with the Senate debate on the government's pension reform Bill where the clock was ticking to meet a vote deadline before the legislation moves to the next step in a complex process. I'm Karen Chammas. Educators around the country are expressing concerns for their school kids who are no longer getting free lunches as food prices are soaring. The food research and action center says the number of meals served in schools at the end of last year. When everyone was back from the pandemic, jumped dramatically. But now a federal program providing free lunches has ended, and there are new concerns about hungry children who will struggle trying to learn. The government says more than 9 million children in the U.S.
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French protests push for withdrawal of Macron's pension plan
"Demonstrators took to the streets of Paris on Saturday to protest against French president Emmanuel Macron's plan to raise the retirement age from 62 to 64. In the new round of protests determination remains high, although crowds were smaller than in the past, police clashed with troublemakers and several cities that especially in Paris, where some intruders set fires to piles of trash along the march route prompting fire brigades to come and extinguish the flames. Public housing employee, gerardine carbonell, told the AP. 64 years for retirement for everyone is unfair. We're not all equal in as far as the jobs we're doing are concerned. 64 years whether you're a worker or an executive, it's not the same. The protest marches coincided with the Senate debate on the government's pension reform Bill where the clock was ticking to meet a vote deadline before the legislation moves to the next step in a complex process. I'm Karen Chammas
Jesus is the Christ
"carbonell" Discussed on Jesus is the Christ
"The goal is not development. the goal is what they call sustainability. But really what it means is that they actually against production and they against development they not again like having high tech and so on but they want to use the high tech for them. And you know it's not like they want everyone to go round with high tech really. The goal is really to to use. The the high high technology can be used. You know to keep the system going so at but they are into they are into. They're not into that. People work necessary. Now they don't really. This is the point with a sustainability again that human life is actually something negative because in the that goes with this climate a climate change in what is called carbon dioxide religion that they are pointing out that you know too much carbon dioxide even the that's basically a religion that they've created and global warming call basically the human being briefs out carbon dioxide and carbonell says. He's not the dangerous thing but they made this a religion that it's bad and so they're basically making human beings bye. Bye bye briefing. So they actually. The sustainability again is actually against human life. And that's that's the difference really so before they were ordered for human life in ninety dollars they not ford back now data against human life when that's the case when we see what is happening with the Where we see what is happening with the lockdown. We see now they. There are shortage stuff petrol shortages and everything. This goes hand in hand with the sustainability again is simply too many people in the people are the problem you know that they breed that they exist are the problem is not like they. You know saying we're gonna more than seven billion people or something. It's more like there's a different goal is society and the people are the problem. So that's what we see now and We don't really know how this is gonna play out. Because i think aluminium is going to. They're going to run out of aluminium in two thousand fifty and that's callers or made aluminium so we don't see. This could be a gradual thing. This could go on for twenty years. Cors might stop and people might have to use a public transport at were.
Congratulations with Chris D'Elia
"carbonell" Discussed on Congratulations with Chris D'Elia
"Thank you kill die for eternity. And that's what people don't understand. That's what christ came in. He came so they know. There's something you think is the lure bring christ to your mouth fucking coordinator when people talk and they start doing this. And there's just you know you're like oh shit step away dude. Because they're a fucking second away from just unloading on you with with their hands. You know what i mean. Threw up in his mouth three times when he did this negative. And that we'll show you nigga die forever. Nikki imagine the cameraman did right in his face. Cameraman's just like this. Okay sure bring bring christ here core right bring christ the eliminators. Go go around the world. Seven times isn't a second sure. Sure get down. Nigga capital of mother fucking christ better trust and believe oh my purple homey. Oh my purple. Many what is he a california raisin keep carbonell pair saying three hundred pair thanks tar shooter and that's the way that we rock and roll and then that's a blessing because he could have killed me from there but now i'm loved that brandon had to stay on coming from because talk patents to talk to a brother without plane. Brother has a thought like a lightning occurred. You brother without a brain. I'm following you now. also dude. how is not. It's actually sad like nobody's around this guy being like you gets. Turn the camera off when you started talking about luminaries and how they slip around the world seven times in a second. Let's just maybe ask somebody else. A question at this point like everyone just literally the chicken. The back is like Yup by luminaries. A lightning bolt. Burma fucking tab. Vino with a golf club iron and his got down here and that's why you don't like metal for definitely say my bad..
The Wellness Mama Podcast
"carbonell" Discussed on The Wellness Mama Podcast
"Supplements to take an kind of knowing how to work with their own bodies. Yes so i often get people coming into my world that that have a supplement. Graveyard is what. I like determine where they have this cabinet full of things that they've tried they don't know they do. Somebody told them to get it. And that's where i go back to individualize. Testing i'm a huge proponent of let's look at the data of your body to make better informed decisions versus guessing and trying to stay like all right. What is this going to do. What is this going to do but really getting clear on like. But what is it that your body needs. Because there's many there's so many levels or so many layers and you can do a simple blood test to assess magnesium status. We can look at the microbiome. See what types of probiotics are going to be most beneficial. So i i also am kind of in your world where i really liked to understand. Who is this person in front of me. What do they need. And how do we really see from physiological perspective. What's going on in their body like there's the body. Our bodies are so beautifully complex. And having just some tools to get insight into internally. What's going on is the biggest game changer agreed. And you mentioned estrogen being high for a lot of women and this seems to be a pretty common thing and it seems to on the rise at least from the studies that i'm seeing when you have someone come to you. Who has all these kind of things of high estrogen. What are some of the ways that you start addressing. Yes i i look and see what's actually going on I look at it from a genetic perspective so hauer there gene set up to actually metabolising convert estrogen. That gives us one clue into what's happening. Like i said i do a toxin analysis looking at like all right. What are you being exposed to on a day-to-day basis from skin. Care to what. You're washing your clothes in all of that and then i also look at it in the. I like to use the The dutch test which allows me to also see how it's metabolized so different phases of estrogen. Metabolism can give us insights into whether or not the estrogen that you have is in fact in high levels and then what your body's doing with it is it actually making more toxic forms of estrogen or is it shuttling into our two. Oh pathway which is less. Toxic more protective. So i look at that. Put that together. If i do find that there are elevated levels of estrogen than i think about. Okay well how do we support the body clearing that out more effectively. I mentioned stool testing. And that beta google as marker if that's elevated that just going to recycle estrogen throughout the body so we gotta get that down and then also just looking at different foods. Things like broccoli that has adultery carbonell which can help breakdown estrogen levels and trying to say right from a food source. Can we integrate some more of these or than you know. Sometimes doing supplements like dim. You can supplement three carbonell and just really kind of bring that level down overall but at the core you know going back to the foundations and just saying like okay. Gut status environment. How can we set your body up so it can actually handle this and processes things on its own from the hormone perspective. Are there things. Women can notice about their cycles. That can be an enlightening as far as what's going on with hormones like would women like shorter or longer cycles based on certain hormones potentially being off where like heavier versus later that a reliable clue. That's a great question. And it's hard to say like generally that there's a one-size-fits-all or this is what's happening because again. It's all about the gut for me the way i approach it. I'm like well if your gut is imbalanced bios if you have more inflammatory pathogens that's going to impact your cycle in a way that it's just going to impact it in a bigger way so i i was thinking about. How do we get into the microbiome and start there. So that's yeah. That's always where i start. And then once we start working on the microbiome. Oftentimes i'll see women actually start to have irregular cycles because as we're clearing out bacteria all of a sudden we'll be like oh i haven't gotten my period of two weeks later. I'm spotting so that can really happen and not just shows me again. The power of the microbiome in regulating period or a menstrual cycle. He i feel the more we learn the more. It goes back to the gut everything it's like. Try and get away from it. This is what i love about. This space is like you try and do all this really extensive research. And you're like oh but there's gotta be this one correlation and then it comes back to league. What's your stress level like. Are you eating fruits and vegetables. How are you sleeping. And are you pooping. And you're like that's so simple and beautiful. I wanted to get like really deep into this but yeah it does kind of go back to those on dacians all the time yeah as much as we wish for a silver bullet or a perfect supplement. I think it's not realizing it's those core things that we do everyday like the more common habit the more of an impact. It's gonna ha exactly and even with like neutra genetics. That's a big like emerging field in the dietitian space so looking at how our genes are actually impacting the way were processing. Carbohydrates the way. We're metabolising fat. The way we're activating vitamin d. That has a lot of really interesting learning pieces within it but still our environment is switching those jeans on and off so we have a chaotic environment than it's gonna turn on these genes but if our environment is better managed than we're still going to be able to interact in a way that's totally balanced and healthy so it still lake back to the foundations. Yeah exactly. And that's why. I also like i said i don't share the supplements i take a list and i don't even share the diet. I follow as a list. Because i'm like well actually do a disturbance at the end of the day we're also individualized. It's our own we're constantly changing and so it's learning how to manage. Our own bodies is the most effective machine possible When it comes to gut stuff you have any at least commonalities. That are good. Starting point either with trigger foods that you have people pull out for a little while or obviously magnesium can help a whole lot with same thing with probiotics but are they're kind of like common a negative and positive starting point that you look at where people. Yeah if i'm gonna do like a very generalized approach. I do a lot of food sensitivity testing and i definitely see patterns in there with people and the most reactive things that come up time and time again are the ones were probably familiar with but we eat dairy. Soy and corn are across the board the most reactive i would say at least all of my clients have at least one of those. That comes up as reactive. So even if you're in a place and i don't love doing like broad eliminations. Because i think if we eliminate certain things we can really kind of throw off the diversity of our gut because i really believe in like eating lots of different foods. Lots of different variety. But when i'm looking at corn wheat soy and dairy. I'm like you know what those can come out. And not cause a lot of potential for imbalances in the microbiome because they're just everywhere and we just gotta get those out so that can be a really good starting place even though it can be kind of overwhelming for some people say oh. Gosh that's like everything that i eat but it can be so helpful. In starting to reduce that burden reduced that immune system response reduce inflammation so that would be if like generalizing. It saying like all right. I would start start.
"carbonell" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera
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"carbonell" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera
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"carbonell" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera
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"carbonell" Discussed on Inc. Uncensored
"Even mentioned contrarian opinions a couple times during this interview. How much of your identity is in embracing that contrary an opinion and and running with it i would say debts. What excites me like. I get excited. When i have an opinion which is different than almost everybody else's opinion now marquette and sometimes like people have unique opinions unique insights in different two different ways. And sometimes you're patristic your say in ten years like there won't be any carbon wheels anymore. Everything's going to be flying cars often. People have this unique opinions. More technology in tripoli disrupting the control of the opposite direction is more bod distinguished seem somewhat. Simple is actually a lot more distracted than people think. When i i thought you'd did the couture view. Was that what we have for land learning which is not good enough. That if you actually made little better is could be a massive like it could have a maximum tax services offering any like a replace. Teachers have idea that this type of why did you like bees. Usually invested like investing in may even carbonell whatever's proposing wasn't a radically different ever saying we're doing it to change the business model. let's keep it cheap. The payments exactly how ninety personal deb small practices get. We don't need to just come up with the new model. This is not a doctor. It is just that if he actually fixed to link. It's a thousand times more impact than you think. It's it was like a like a rural too short for faces of technology advancement but the unique opinion impact with ruling. It will be if those are. So it's contrarian but in a different way than most like most who labeled says conferring have a different type of thinking that i i tried to find this disdain technologies which are not good enough today. But they're almost enough that if you actually put the loss pizzas and it could have massive certainly doing a thing a little bit better could make a whole system disruption of if you actually want to like having back that's what you have to look for because if you start a company of at most five years before to prove real real world impact rice so you had find things which are almost but not quite there an often those are disciples thanks as investors lost interest about took in two thousand and two thousand nine verse had a lot of interest in online learning and by san. We started They had lost all appetite online. Learning concert had marked failed. Industrial seem a bit like does. These health was hot. Hotbed at one point like people had lost. Interest thought is a lot of regulations other issues. They thought it was impossible. Like misaligned incentives. So the todd like essentially hit. Everybody had lost interest as and i. I usually like to comment everybody else interests. You push a three more years is gonna working and honestly i get like he. Innovate fred you. Carbon health dissolve to three is up to restart company over sudden like a dozen twenty became the hottest industry ever and like nowadays..
Reformed Millennials - Growth Investing Canada
"carbonell" Discussed on Reformed Millennials - Growth Investing Canada
"And half-jokingly buying used cars. So we'll start with comparing penn national versus draftkings in rate their individual acquisitions announced this past week. How uber and left paying drivers four dollars. An hour to meet resurging demand is affecting their businesses and whether the seed stage carbonell of canada can replicate their success with used vehicle vending machine so today is tuesday august tenth. Joel i know this is going to be a big market update but what happened over this past week man. It's been this this. Summer's usually like you that you have that situation where everyone's selling bango away and to an extent a lot of times that plays out by this year. There's just been consistent news out. And i do believe that is important to recognize because the way that i see the market evolving throat. Our generation as millennials and maybe even gen z. My brother's age is that many people have said we're gonna start. Seeing a lot of pocketing of recessions pocketing bull markets and momentum and seeing those momentum pockets kind of bleed out into the rest of the economy and jc parents often talk about has started to kind of hone in on this himself and over the last. Call it five episodes of this podcast. I've talked about how the thirty thousand dollar mark on. Bitcoin was incredibly important and with volume below that we were going to see much lower prices but we never saw any massive selling below. Say twenty nine thousand in. Bitcoin and that number played this fantastic head and shoulders. Bree bound and j. c. has been talking at length about kind of what he's been seeing in the price action here for me. I felt as though that the thirty thousand dollar mark being important acquiring crypto. There seems tough very difficult for me to not see that breaking through income is going to call it. Twenty five thousand twenty thousand. He has now believe based on this most recent rallies forty thousand. He thinks that we're likely in a similar situation to the s&p five hundred twenty ten which people.
The Energy Gang
"carbonell" Discussed on The Energy Gang
"How trees store carbon and that means you'd have to have a hundred year contract now. I don't know if you've ever had a one hundred year contract for anything the longest you can get on a home. Loan is an a contract is thirty years. A hundred years does not account for bankruptcies for shifts for all of these risk that we have around managing land and building for us and so. It's just really much harder than it looks. And then you add the the fire complexity and it really becomes gnarly. Yeah up city grath. It's hugely important at. We've talked a lot about net zero goals. It's become something that everybody talks about Now often. I think people tend to forget the word net it The fact of being able to have a net zero emissions by using come captured. Kabanov sets Forestry among other things is hugely important it would be much much more difficult to achieve zero goals if they were just zero goes love a net zero goals but as catherine's lighting. It's really important to make sure that these offsets games actually work. It has been very interesting. Latest the british government does that she just launched an inquiry into carbonell sets to try and make sure that they are actually delivering. What they say a delivering As inquiry it's going to be headed by racial very brilliant woman used to run the un sustainable initiative sustainable energy initiative. She's now head of the Fletcher school at tufts university. It's going to be very interesting to see what she comes up with. Because it is clearing houses. I i very very important. Issue and only becoming more so as net zero becomes the thing that everyone is looking for yet. Another piece is that risk factors for these programs are looked at from a national level. So they they look at california in the same risk as they would vermont or north dakota or any other state and if you look at what's happening in california now three times. More acreage was burned This year than the same time last year. I mean it is worse and worse every single year and last november. Sixteen scientists sent a letter to the chair of the complaints. Offset protocol task force in california. To say you need to look at this in a much more regional way you need to be more. Accurate need to take into consideration. All of these other risks And really build and a substantially increase this forest but pool this insurance pool basically for most projects based on evidence. Yeah this is a really troublesome story. Offsets are of course important for preserving the health of forests and i think they are particularly beneficial for preserving the health of soils when it comes to agricultural offset so i don't want to discount them entirely but they've always made me a bit queasy because they can be difficult to track particularly Internationally in places like brazil Where you know that people have done satellite imagery and found that places that have been set. Aside for a carbon offsets are completely deforested. And as we mentioned a couple times you have beetle. Infestations droughts and fires that will ultimately get worse for virtually every forest ecosystem so it is a troublesome development because they're these corporate commitments rely so much on offsets today and over the next decade They play a role. But this story shows that that role can pose a serious challenge to corporate climate commitments. Okay let's transition to our free electrons to wrap up the show. These are stories. We're following something novel interesting. Maybe random what is happening at you go first. What is your free electron this week. So this is what. I did on my holidays. This is my vacation in the uk Obviously impossible to stop thinking about entity altogether. While i was there one really interesting story about offshore wind. The uk uk at the world's number one offshore wind generator. It's massively important industry there and still growing significantly but a very striking report the quite a bit of coverage in the uk press As report actually published by se which is one of the big power supplies in the uk warning about the longer term economics of these offshore wind project. basically they have support mechanisms that typically support their economics. Fifteen years as low. Start to roll off in the twenty thirties because of these projects are going to be really quite significantly challenged They're probably going to need significantly higher power prices than what they're able to achieve. It's that classic problem. Mukasey said quite often with variable renewables. That are the points. When generation has at its highest. Pat prices collapsed. We see that with California with sola wind in of west texas. And so and all those kind of places where you got a lot of renewable generation that can have a big impact all nepal markets. And so that's going to create a big problem potentially for the economics offshore wind in the uk not immediately but as a into the the twenty thirties and beyond and so there's a cool to reform the uk market. Really you need some pretty fundamentally different pamuk structure in place in order to make sure that those wind projects can remain viable into the long term. Though that's an instinct as one for the future but definitely one. That's going to be with watching. I think yes definitely a challenge when as variable resource. You're a price taker catherine. What's your free electron. Yeah so. I saw this story of oberlin. Ohio it's oberlin college and conservatory which is a very progressive college And has certainly been very much a leader on divestment and trying to figure out. How do we really move forward With par paris climate accord and these secured eighty million dollars in certified climate bonds for their sustainable infrastructure program. This is only the second certify. Climate bond offering among us colleges and universities in the third in the world and these bonds attract bids three times more than the amount of the offering this eighty million will allow them to really fully fund the first phase of their forty million dollar program. They're going to build a geothermal energy system they're going to replace old steam pipe. Save millions of gallons of water more than a million dollars. A year in operating costs Their buildings are being upgraded. Which is as we know in extremely expensive.
Democracy Now! Audio
"carbonell" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio
"Meanwhile, Spanish Olympic swimmer, Ona carbonell has criticized the Olympic Committee composing rules that made it nearly impossible for her to continue breastfeeding her child, while out the Olympics on Wednesday. She released a video expressing her quote disappointment and disillusionment. After she decided, she couldn't bring her breast feeding sent to Tokyo while she competed. So I had to take a very tough decision together with my team who's been helping me a lot with my family because the Japanese government's in positions are not compatible with my athletic performance and being with my family at the same time and those are some of the headlines. Is democracy. Now democracynow.org The War and Peace report. When we come back as the world's richest man, flies his blue origin rocket into suborbital. Space wage here on Earth calls grow to tax the rich let Amazon unionize and leave the Billionaire's in space coming up. Hey, I'm I'm so scared. Any kids are falling off my chair and I'll get rid of jokers to the right here. I am Stuck In The Middle With You song smile from my face Thursday, right? Yep. In the Middle With You by Stealers Wheel. This is democracy. Now democracynow.org The War and Peace report. I'm Amy Goodman joined by democracy. Now, co-hosts, nermeen Shaikh who are both in New York, high near Main. Hi Amy, and Welcome to our listeners, and viewers across the country and around the world..
Sucias are my Favorite
"carbonell" Discussed on Sucias are my Favorite
"But it's more of a object than an entity more like a goal that like a project then something of its own that needs to be nurtured and you know thinking of kink relationships. Yeah it is a relationship regardless of whether it's king carbonell. Oh that it needs to be treated as its own thing that needs to be taken care of that. Both people take care of you. I guess the analogy. I'm thinking of in my head has like a plant. You're both trying to keep the plant alive. One of the sunshine one of us a nutrients both viewpoint in the water or something along those lines. I just off the top of my head yeah. I think that's a good analogy in and super valid in. I thought that that was a really cool distinction and even as you're speaking just a reminder that their relationship is its own living breathing evolving entity. It's only gonna grow if back to the plan if it's being exposed to sunlight and water and nutrients. How's how's your soil right and think about that with your relationships. How's that soil. You got kinda foundation where you where you planting and and his all of that in service to your relationship is it. Is it making things stronger. Or have you Did you cheap out in the crappy soil and then it was along with that analogy. It's like you know a plant can survive a lot it. I mean it really only takes food soil water and sun and it's just varying degrees now it will grow healthier and bigger if you give it the right proper amounts of things but yeah you can you can one or the other person relationship canceling offer a day or two. Just have a bad day. Have a bad week that they're mopey or whatever and another thing that i was learning or going through with relationships with my first wife we saw therapist. Is that you know. Yeah as long as you're both contributing one hundred percent to the relationship doesn't mean hundred percent each it's one hundred percent total for the relationship. You know some days. I'll give ten percent. She'll do ninety other days. She'll do twenty and i'll do eighty and then of course there's gonna be tons of. We're both doing just ten percent in. Yeah it's going to be great for the relationship but at least we're trying at least we're not letting the relationship die or you know completely ignoring watering the plant. Maybe we plant with our water with the wrong ph but at least watering it and it might cause more problems down the line but at least we're doing something now to keep going. Yeah i think that makes sense and you. You can have seasons you know. He goes through those seasons seasons of plenty and seasons of want seasons where things are not as as.
"carbonell" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera
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How dirt bikes and STEM ignite ingenuity in Baltimore | Brittany Young [TEST]
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You could see the join excitement. Netface someone's probably learning how to fix the dirt bike way too expensive to buy. Then they can go to school. They can get a pop quiz or a test teacher. You'll account we all heard. And we've all hated train as leaving new york to cleveland. But they're here in baltimore. How does this relate. They don't get it. They fail the test and now they can hate then now. World can turned upside down. They can get on facebook instagram. Get a call or text. They can watch as their friend can become a hashtag. A kid in the wrong place wrong time lost to the streets loss of the system lost a gun violence or kick that could be arrested for dirt bike. Because of my city it can be a misdemeanor. Possession of dirk like this can be elected story for black kids across the country. And he's like miami. Cleveland atlanta philly. Whatever please had the dirt bike task force now. Acts yourself if the thing you used to relieve your stress if it was demonized would you still do it if it was criminal us. The answer is yes. That's the reality black people across the us right now. They've watched as we made room in. Cities escape borders bicycles in any other sport. They can watch tv in seattle games olympics on. Espn the style and stain ad campaigns and films but in baltimore would they have looked forward to would do. Right is get from all of it. No space no outlet just typical narrative. Like i said this is a communist story. I was a kid in the park. I wanted to be just like the big crowd is but i hate the fall. Instead i became like bill nye the science guy i was doing all kinds of experiments blown out burrows off glowing people to the chair and i may or may not have made stink bombs at school. They would describe me as a bad kid. Where they didn't see was all my jeans. My talent my voice was not hurt. Then i became that black girl from west baltimore working stem my first position. I was confused for the secretary was pissed but liquefying soon get more people in industry and it's one eight hundred. That's what i start doing. Working small groups for kids students teach them some activities then and twenty fourteen. I lost my little brother to the prison system. In twenty fifteen. I lost all faith. In system period. The world watched following a freddie gray uprising as possible burn. I wondered people go and listen. Where would it solutions. And where was investment into my community and twenty sixteen. I broke the system and became the founder and ceo of beat through sixty carbonell. I went back to my experience in park. I thought about the kids bikes those scales. People use to pay the bills just like mechanics mechanical news. We lane in system s sights the sign's behind popping best willie playing in dirt bike. It's home o'clock is busy quesion technology. The technology needed to get the best radio tires. So you don't have the channel asphalt engineering. The engineers needed to fix peg dirt bike. But the also get the best mac mac. 'em mathematics the math needed for the guests to oriole ratio. So you dirt. Bike does not explode then also gonna step further. I thought about the rights new only way to have programming solutions was ahead of them at because the people closest to the problem onto solution i thought about. Mike says he was six. He's rendered by geez when he seventeen graduating high school. He didn't know what you wanted to do but he knew he loved everything about their bikes and started working with us and beat through sixty. He's helped us. Educate kids trained by gratis and x twenty one. He's our lead instructor. He's created mates showed them across the country and he really represents the best to be three sixty at the corvallis. Work is constantly thinking about what people like. Like one for mike. He was a space. Basically work of students on our curriculum space. Keep training more. Riders and growing a skill sets a space where he no longer has skating but he has something his own city for him with your support and it's of more cities we can make this reality since two thousand seventeen. We've saved the city of baltimore about two hundred thirty three million dollars by dorm programming over seven thousand students. We saved the city of baltimore. One million dollars by growing workforce opportunities for people. Just like mike. That's less people that could possibly go to jail. Less money spent on dollars and cents of incarceration and more money going and saw black communities our leaders our culture and our voices. We don't need to black squares. We don't need your campaigns but will we do need as your dollars and cents behind us to make roach. We need more people like you and cities to believe in invest in our model of growing the people. What will you choose to be an ally being impact be the revolution be three sixty. Thank you hello there. I'm chris anderson. The guy lucky enough to run. Ted now has a podcast called the ted interview and this week on the show. I took someone really special name me. The woman married to jacqueline nova 'grats. She's been that he is learning how to use the tools of business to tackle global poverty got drawn into capitalism raised to the rank of religion. And now we have an opportunity to have a very different conversation. Find the ted interview. Wherever you listen to podcasts.
If God Had A Podcast
"carbonell" Discussed on If God Had A Podcast
"I like it because i feel like you know. Normally they say trust your instincts but when you're having anxiety attacks or you're going through some kind of anxiety do the opposite you know so. And that's a very good point. Because i noticed that when i i'm struggling with anxiety or i'm being anxious about something. The first thing i do is like okay. We need to like focus it and like. Let's let's do some breathing. Are there reading exercises that you would recommend 'cause i just do like the box. Breezing breathing i think is what it's called like seven in Seven seconds out I'll do some rapid fire ones that i've learned in yoga classes like there's so many different kinds out there. Is there a specific one. Maybe that is even better for anxiety or would really remind you do the breathing exercise when you're struggling with anxiety. The specific things breathing particularly for people with panic disorder and also generalized anxiety. Disorder is as i say to do the opposite. I'm going to start with not within inhale but with the next hail just gonna sigh. It's the kind of cy might make. Somebody told you something really annoying and now having exhaled a little relaxed some of the muscles of my upper body Now i'm in a position to breathe more from my belly than for my chest So i i think that's really the the key here breathing during an episode of high anxiety. I'm gonna sigh. Menopause and then inhale through my nose by pushing my belly out And what you'll find with people who are really anxious. They're desperately trying to pull the there in through their chest and that's a real uncomfortable. Way to breathe so we want to turn that around. Definitely definitely I kinda wanna go back to what we were just talking about. Really great with you. Know maybe tra- genetics may be childhood. That sort of prompted your anxiety but for people that you know suffer from chronic anxiety. I know a lot of people that you know they. They know it's anxiety. They know that they're suffering from anxiety attack or even to panic attack Like they know what's going on but yet it still happens is that is there another. Is there something else to that or like i. i know. it's also our thoughts. So i guess a a way to reword my question is how can i how can myself and others re like almost rewire our brains are like retrain are thinking to not be. So anxious will the way you're you're retrain your brain the way you retrain. You're thinking first and foremost is going to be by acting differently. You're gonna go to your behavior to change thinking if you try and change your thinking. Oh without acting differently. Well then you're basically just in the position of telling yourself to calm down You're on the position of kind of arguing with your thoughts and we don't win those arguments person arguing with their thoughts. There's no more evenly matched contest on the planet. That a person arguing with himself or herself that that's going to be a long drawn out tie So what we need to do instead..
If God Had A Podcast
"carbonell" Discussed on If God Had A Podcast
"Only in situations where i got people who are looking at me maybe in my class It may be in a movie theater where you have to be quiet and watch the movie Maybe in church. But that's all about people are gonna see there's something wrong with me. We have generalized. Thanks i disorder which long story short This is principally where people are beset by all kinds of chronic words chronic. What if anticipatory worry They don't doesn't rise to the occasion of full-body panic attack. But they're always beset by high levels of worry. Those are the The the principal ones of course. There's all manner of specific phobias. Fear of driving fear of airplanes. Fear of this or that But those those are the principal anxiety disorders absolutely and in your birth on inches brain. Ten simple ways to be the worry. What are some of those ways to out smarter brains and to tell alleviate that the anxiety feelings that we have. Well i'll give you the most powerful and surprising when i. It's the rule of opposites. Okay when i'm feeling strong. Anxiety the symptoms of panic or the chronic. What if that's rule of opposites tells us this mike gut instinct of what to do about. The anxiety is almost always dead. Wrong that chronic anxiety is counter intuitive problem and so if i'm up against a counter intuitive problem well then i wanna do the opposite of my gut instinct. If you've got a puppy you get a new puppy today and you bring it home and it gets off the leash and it's running down the street. How you going to get that puppy back you might think i gotta run after that puppy. But he's got four legs and you got to. That's not gonna work so well What would be the way to get the puppy back. Run away from the puppy. And now he's good chase you play. Catch the owner. Opposite of my gut instinct the anxiety disorders all cry out for that opposite response so very basic illustration of this when. Somebody's having a panic attack They're often afflicted with short shallow breathing. Their chest might hurt They may feel lightheaded and dizzy. Because they're having so much trouble catching up breath of fresh air And it often occurs to people to have the scary thought. I'm going to run out of air. What if i can't breathe. I what have i stick sixty eight. I can't catch my breath. So what do they do. They see. i can't seem to catch your breath. They follow their gut instinct and they try harder then they try and suck an inhale even harder and guess what happens. Chest gets tighter The breaths get smart. Now they'll get all the air they need to live but it sure isn't gonna feel comfortable. What's the opposite of inhale. Xm that's right and that's where it has to start your brain screaming at you screaming at you. Take a deep breath. Take a deep breath but actually it's going to work better if i give runaway. I absolutely nuts. The rule of opposites. I like it..
If God Had A Podcast
"carbonell" Discussed on If God Had A Podcast
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Green Wisdom Health Podcast by Dr. Stephen and Janet Lewis
Remedies for Cold and Flu Virus Symptoms
"Today we're going to help you with remedies comedies for cold and flu virus symptoms and We have been seeing a lot of this going on so we thought we'd do a show specifically about you know pneumonia type symptoms coal. Varas what are you have you. What's going on? Do you really have the flu Are there natural preventative. Things things that you could do to help boost your immune system to help keep it away from you and The answer to that question is yes. There is because we've been doing doing it so we wanted to share with you before you get sick or start coming down with something some of the signs and some of the things you can do and you know maybe some of the things things you're eating that's actually causing you to have a lower immune system and we've also got a lot of exciting questions we're going to get to and some I'm Products that you probably have not heard about that. We would like to tell you about as well. So Dr Lewis. Can you help us with possibly not getting sick this season there are so many that already are and I know you know. There's a new virus coming in from China. There's so much fear happening so Can can you give us a little hope and light and some natural things that we could be doing well first of all. I don't think I will ever succumb to fear because that causes a lot of stress which. I'm sure we'll talk even more about but if you feel stressed mentally physically spiritually financially whatever you that that can make you more prone to get sick in the first place. Oh Jeez y'all chill out and have fun Yeah there's a a lot of things you can take. That's going to help your immune system. One of the things I tell people is on well. If you don't get an illness. Had you know you preventative. Well if you change the oil in your truck how do you know you stop that engine from blowing. That's just common sense you know. Give your body something to work with. Well you know Oh. People wonder do the natural products work. I'm I'm telling you by ADS from a kid on every year you could bet I was going to get some sort of bronchitis. Dr Lewis was a lot like that he always had bronchitis and We have some supplements that we actually take that starts The warning that off way before it becomes to the point that you're in the hospital for pneumonia up their natural things can prevent everything. And it's not a alternative to good medical care you know if you're in a life saving or lavender situation go to the hospital they'll save your life but there's so much you can do. Do you know she talks about bronchitis and I've always got not always many times. Have this in my throat. And I'm sure I would have gotten full blown. Bronchitis had it not it being for Janet she gives me a whole bunch of stuff to take on a typical man. I and I do take a lot amount stuff I really do and I literally would not have lived this long or been this healthy but she gives me more than I would take me from this round of illness that's come through a bit About five percents bad as I would have been say twenty thirty years ago. Yeah and you know. It's not just saying that we had actually a facebook review from one of our very loved patients. Carl he talked about coming down was on a Sunday evening. The Credit God in full blown on Monday he came into the office. He's here and look like he needed to be in bed and He asked me well. What do I take? He said I've got rid of this. I'm really getting sick. And he I stopped in you know picked everything up and I followed the directions of what I told him. And he's happy to say that as of Tuesday which is two days later later the crud had completely departed and he said I don't know of anything over the counter that works at fast and most of the time by the time you look like him. You're are not coming back for a while without around antibiotics. So you know we want help you not go through that because that is a horrible thing to be that sick. We're watching on facebook. You know people laying in bed for two and three or four days. They can't move over in the hospital for a week. Yeah and you know the bill that goes with that the stress that goes with that You don't think two thousand dollar bills going to stress. You do a while we've got one friend that's up there now with pneumonia and they and they didn't even offer her food the first day Or Water and I'm thinking wow you already sick and now you're not getting the kind of care that you should have. And that's a little food will make you sick though. That's true rude. They give you all this sugary stuff. So sugars really horrible for your White Blood Cell Count and one of the easiest ways to get sick. He's just eat a whole bunch of sugar order. And that's interesting. You say that because people don't don't correlate the carbs at all with any of that that you're actually creating because of the the immune system at like eighty percent of its in the gut and when you start eating carbohydrates than They turn to sugar. And then it brings your immune system down and then you can't fight things off and I know like last night. I had some of the little gluten free nut nut chips and way too many of them I knew idea and then in the tonight I thought Oh my gosh. I feel congested. which even though as gluten free is still pretty high carb load? which whenever like I was eating pistachios ashes before and not having any problem at all? But you change over to some sort of chip or some kind of carb like that it really does bring your immune system down and you just don't really think about those things. Well you know one of the things to think about. Is You know we all need to chill out. We need to get off of our busy world. You know all we talk about is I'm busy I'm stressed as well. Yeah the more you talk about it. The more you're GonNa get it so you have to learn to eat a little bit healthier exercise which is not my favorite great thing to do. I'm active get good sleep. Decrease your stress You have to up your vitamin D levels. And yes I know Michael in Florida said but I'm out on the beach everyday. Yeah well you're so full of toxins you really don't are. We don't really convert art sunlight vitamin D because of the plastics and pesticides etc etc.. So it's better to supplement and you've got to keep in mind folks people say well I'm supplementing yeah. Well it's not working most supplements clock your eggs. I don't work and you as interesting. New Mix mentioned vitamin D because It's actually really a big flu. Fighting Nutrient because the universal vaccine that was developed as is supposed to be helping immune cells known on his CD. Eight t cells so that people either don't get sick or they're only experienced mild flu symptoms. But did you know that vitamin D is actually actually known to have direct immune modulating effect on CD eight t cells veto estrogens from food and soy and intestinal bacteria they produce from the Diet three your gut. From from the bacteria Uh Gut bacteria can induce or repress something called The p four fifty pathway which is liberty talks vacation through metabolism of of all all kinds of things. I can't even pronounce her. I don't like the chemistry anyway but it it helps with the chemicals into cruciferous vegetables. And that's why we push them in all three Carbonell Carbonell Like cabbage cauliflower Brussel sprouts but the gut bacteria and it goes back to what Janice said eighty percent of your immune systems in your gi tract. Track so Fido estrogens and things like bioflavonoids for example. The my favorite thing is immune essentials. It has all those healthy mushrooms but it also has green tea extract very very important.
WBZ Morning News
Trump blasts Democrats for "rage-fueled resistance" to Kavanaugh nomination
"Fuel. Resistance in the battle over cabinet as he stumped for Republicans last night in Minnesota, judge Cavin will protect uphold and defend the constitution of the United States. As cavenaugh has new op-ed out in the Wall Street Journal, entitled I am an independent impartial judge and in this he promises if he's confirmed it'll be the same judge. He's been his entire career more on that from CBS's Bill Rakoff Carbonell all in the op-ed that he was very emotional last Thursday more. So he writes than he has ever been. He said, quote, I might have been too emotional at times. I know my tone was sharp, and I said a few things I should not have said, I hope everyone can understand that. I was there as a son husband and dad, I testified with five people foremost in my mind by mom, my dad, my wife, and most of all my daughter's retired supreme court Justice, John Paul Stevens says judge Cavanaugh is not qualified to sit on the court has demonstrated.