17 Burst results for "Carl John"

"carl john" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast

One Life Radio Podcast

07:21 min | 8 months ago

"carl john" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast

"Well, there's tons of them, but I would say probably the most Most obvious one is relaxation so If you do if you raking to an animal you can, you can see it right away. You know animals without. Don't don't rely on their minds as much they're more instinctual and It will immediately make an animal relax, but in humans the relaxation element really helps because your body's thick, you know even it can be something as simple as a sprained ankle or something as complicated as you know developed cancer. And simple relaxation of your nervous system, your nervous system can cause a huge improvement and you know creates a healing modality because your body you know it stops, it stops getting energy to the tension that you're carrying because of your own mess because of the because of damage to you know either. Naughty or damage to your emotional body, so it allows me to kind of I guess, Give Yourself Space and allow your body to as I love to say, heal itself rather than the actual. Better than the actual activity being feeling allowing your body to heal itself by taking away the fear taking away, be mental connection to the pain and instead reminding your body. reminding yourself that you are capable of healing yourself and just giving it space to be able to do wonderful things that the body can do. so if somebody's. How do you know if somebody's legit? Though you know autumn, anybody could buy a white robe. Expert. Yeah well. Would a business right because of the push? Back I. Mean You have at least question that? You do have to question it for sure I would say the the the way that I generally go about my my legitimising people who say that they're into energy, healing is is I is I take a shot. You know I stop. If you get a weird vibe from the person initially, that should be a big clue they shouldn't. They should without having types here without having to be near you, they should. They should kind of emanate peaceful kind of feeling around you not one. That's creepy or You know it. Go work or anything like that. There should be something that kind of comes from them. That makes you feel. Comfortable in the first place, but then the other thing is just you know to try it out and see how you feel and there's a big difference I feel like between a placebo and a true energetic healing a lot of times when you haven't energetic healing, one of the very first things that happens after is a lot of is a lot of emotional upheaval, so crying is really common, so maybe you go in and for an energy healing thing and it's. you know like I, said something simple. twisted ankle sprain dangle. It's causing us some discomfort, but it's not GonNa, end your life. It's very interesting how a lot of times injury like that is when healing it healing some past emotional trauma past stuff you know, everybody holds onto these emotional blocks and I thing emotional blocked by reading the energy. Energy by letting a higher vibrational energy and energy with a healing vibration, go into your body. It actually will reduce emotional blocks and release them, and again by releasing use emotional ACSI gives your body's face to do things like work, you know healing, ligament, or healing, a muscle, or something like that so from my experience, even for something kind of trite medically. when you go in for energy, healing at crying is usually crying or getting feeling, emotional or something pretty soon thereafter assigned to me that the person that was doing. It works legitimate. there is some there's really some truth in that I remember the first time I did yoga and Audi Bernarda who came into my home privately because I you know I. Just I just wanted to have a private yoga session I and so anyway, so she before we began you know. She lit all these scandals, and it was about an hour session, and she said to me you may cry at the end and I. I looked at her I was thinking to myself Oh yeah, right? At the end you know okay thinking. Why would I cry at the end? But she says because you'll have emotional release and emotional release, and all this stuff was like okay. I wasn't completely. You know putting it off, but it was kind of funny, so we went through all of it. My Body felt really good makes me WANNA do yoga. actually but and then at the end when I was laying on the Mat, I started crying uncontrollably just because Donald Tear tears running down my face I. was like Oh. My God, what's going on here? What is going on and I was almost embarrassed and. I, said Patio. My Gosh like I. I can't shut off the tears. She said that's good. That's good releasing all about emotional energy. All those things that you've been holding onto all that hurt and pain. You're releasing it. That's wonderful and I appreciate. It changed my life. It absolutely life you know there's a I don't know if you've heard. The name resonates with you but Carl. John One of his quotes that I love. Is You know they're all mental? Illness is the inability to your is the inability to truly feel our pain and that's. What it is, you know we we get hurt. We get You know just a regular rented a millionaire. You get your feeling hurt and discuss it and you don't. You don't acknowledge it or you know. Something makes you feel shame. You behave one way, or you did something stupid or whatever, and instead of yeah, instead of going, and he just keep bottling it all up, and at some point you know it just does. It gets blocked in different areas of our body, and it's like we have this automatic protective self that comes in you know probably because when we're. Yeah, we're not sure of our. Our emotions so little kids you watch them. They're not sure how to navigate the world, and it just becomes this response where we just keep hiding things, and at some point you know your friends over and It's a lot. It's a lot better in my opinion to kind of keep the cup you know, a little less full by doing things like energy, healing, or yoga, or connecting with yourself or being mind, because that allows those emotions to come out and You can tell yourself you know rather than running away from that pain, cry and feel the pain. Feel a lot of times. When I'm just feeling A. I will, I will close my eyes, and do a meditation, or be mindful, and just search my body scan and find where high for me to go. There's something that feels you know out of balance with the rest of myself and just focus on that spot, and maybe cry or deep breathe, and just focus on that and releasing whatever it is and a lot of times it does cause a painful feeling. You know like that. You know like a-. Hurt of some kind and you know I don't know that I can always name it, but a lot of times it it. It completely will reset my day and it It seems like for for myself and.

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"carl john" Discussed on The Full 48

The Full 48

10:58 min | 10 months ago

"carl john" Discussed on The Full 48

"Was curious Jason the director on last week and I asked him. Are we gonNA see Brian Russell discussing the quote unquote push off which we can discuss push up Or we're going to see Karl Malone talking about the steel and Jason Hare said. Well I'm not going to say who's Inter- whose not but I'll just say we hit both of those those moments which they did but they didn't spend much on either of them and we did not get Karl Malone and we did not get Brian Russell and I don't blame Jason Hair for that. I'm guessing that Carl who has been very very much the hermit living on his ranch and you know yanking trees out with his bare hands and doing whatever it is. Carl Malone does. I'm not surprised that they didn't get him. Carl has stayed out of the spotlight for most of the years since his retirement. Brian Russell I thought we might hear from. That's a pretty big moment. And while I think the push off is overblown curious your thoughts I do. I did want to at least get Brian Russell. On that. The only jazz player we saw or jazz person interviewed for this with Stockton which is interesting too. Because as you know we'll talk about when we talk about the Dream Team tapes. Stockton is not exactly the most media friendly available Either but now Carl. Has Carl has disappeared. I used to be. I don't for some unknown reason among people in the Dream Team I was. I got along very well with Karl. Even know we couldn't be more different. I certainly don't care about driving. Trucks are pulling in. I certainly Never WanNa get no political discussion with Carl but you know. I really liked him and I've tried various things over the years and he hasn't even called me back. We didn't get Byron Russell but we got Jordan's version. What afford by Russell said to him. Is that true? I don't know they kind of went back to stop them as if to verify the Russell really say hey had to quit the league because you knew I could guard you and John said something about You know I well. He said some crazy things. He was a young kid. One of the ones will get back to that. Shove and something about that. Stockton play that I noticed on sorry to Malone Steel play but my editor said to me last night you know the one guy. We didn't hear very much from with Ron Harper. And I said the funny thing is what we heard from. Ron Harper was when he was a cast member said he should've kept hitting targets. Kill Lenny Wilkins and Jordan agree with him that Who knows maybe Ron corporate gets his face Jordan. Jump shot and he doesn't make you know a quick click aside of that. Let Me Interrupt. Your Roof Jack. I can't remember apologies to whichever paper it was. It was the Akron Beacon Journal or Cleveland Plain dealer but somebody got more price and other from that cavs team who said. I don't remember this happening at all. They think that harp then call bullshit on harp but they they certainly heavily questioned whether harp is portraying that moments accurately regarding Craig Yellow and quite possible. That's quite possible. You know just back for a minute for the Carl Steel. I wrote this in. I added stuff today on twitter. The stuff that I can't get in look twenty twenty hindsight. Nobody's better at that than sports writers. But I'm looking at that play last night. The play where Jordan steals from Molo okay. Jordan does not clear for a minute. Carl's in the Post. Jordan is right there you know and stopped and what the greatest decision maker one of the two or three with Magic Lebron head. Stockton should not have thrown him. That Bowl Holt. I mean there is no way malone could have seen Jordan and that that's the first time that observation came to me because Jordan. He makes a half a step to go with his man. Then he goes. I'm staying right here and I understand the natural passes right into Karl Malone boy see that way and I think man. That bowl was GONNA get stolen. You know there is. This guy was right on the side. I was Antoine Carr. Or whoever Carl couldn't turn in and Jordan was right there on the side so I feel a little bit bad. That Malone has had to live that. Now you know yeah. That's a tough one. I thought it was fascinating. Seeing Carl on the Bulls bus afterward walking down and and guys and go and give him Michael Michael a quick hug and congratulate my experience with Malone which was very brief. Just the one season with the Lakers in three or four that I you know that was my last season out there and his lone season with them the only time I got to see him up close but that to me was the chrome alone that I knew. Was this very classy competitor. Who you know I I thought that was a very Karl Malone moment and I I really enjoyed the one year I got to cover him. He was fantastic. Just wonderful deal with and anyway. It was an interesting moment seeing that I I really did want to hear from him in the in the in the dock but I I knew that was always probably a long shot. One of the things running through the Dream Team Book and the PODCAST. Carl had a very complex relationship with those guys like he didn't you know he's his closest to Barclay and I think he really respected Michael. I mean you know. He's not nuts. He knew how good but he had a problem. You know he had a little bit of the I was never the real in crowd guy you know. He had a little bit of that going on. So like you said. When he came on that bus he was one came on the bus and congratulated him and earlier. Michael it said Hey. When I was in baseball jazz were practising at the facility meeting both facility and I went over to say hello to Carl John I. I enjoyed that too because it was it was obviously some kind of Dream Team thing but during the whole Dream Team experience the hardest relationship among the main dream teamers where between Carl and managing that. Carl never exactly bought you know magic. You know his animation and is over the top and his magic nece and as either my guys. This is my team. That was a real thread red Running through the Dream Team and to the credit of the Dream Team it never came out and Larry Bird said to me. He was the only one that said this a loved. It loved experiences like everybody else did. But he said you know that team would have gone on to more weeks. You know we could have had some problems and I. That was the only one to kind of say that include the Dream Team fantasy and wonderfulness of it was exactly the right amount of time. You know that's hard. It is for to stay together because bird was Even that one which one every day that didn't have any hard times on the court even that one had some trouble staying together. Yeah we'll come back to that into the Dream Team tapes which By the way folks you should all be Subscribing to its up right now on apple podcast and all the other platforms go go Subscribe to Dream Team Tapes. We'll hit a little bit more of that. Let's I wanted. I do WanNa hit this. The push off. Because it's one of those things like a lot of things I feel like has grown in legend over time at the time. Maybe it was discussed written about a little bit and then we all moved on and five years later ten years later. Now it's Oh Michael the big push off. He should have been called for this. Whatever I always felt when I even seeing it live and seeing it again now michaels. Driving hard to his right stops and crosses over and Brian Russell all his momentum going for him right to left he's stumbling anyway. Did Michael probably help that along with his left hand on Russell's but maybe but he if Michael had never even tapped him touched him. I think Brian Russell still going the wrong direction. Probably stumbling on his own momentum I think the push office holy overblown and in fact it was funny. Reggie's push off of Michael. Less in that series because Reggie's was absolutely blatant and did affect the play without question. Yeah I was going to bring that up. That was one of my favorite that that that play was really a good basketball play by. Reggie you know Reggie is weighed by. Reggie Reggie knows it. Michael's going to switch off on them so he just comes out and gives him basically the kind of shove you give to the linebacker tight in. When you're gonNA show me the linebacker then go off. And Michael Sets Byron Russell. Play up earlier by saying well you know it is Mike Away you know well. The kid was always up on his toes in a memory said that I knew that I knew that I could get by him. And I totally agree with you. Because let's say Michael Shoved Him if you if you stumble that far away by Russell did you would have to get pushed like that agenda. And by the way folks Jackson's using two hands of these skype camera right now. Two hands who you would have to really showed the hell out of somebody. 'cause almost like almost like. Oh Shit he's way over there. I'M GONNA swear I'm GonNa Square this up so I totally agree with you. I don't quite agree with Costas. Who came up with the Metaphor of the maitre d' waving someone's table? That's pretty damn good. Did He do that fun? Spot or was that in a setup inter pasta so great that. I'm guessing that that was. That was good enough if that I can't really remember so. I don't quite buy that. But the shoppers the kid was already set up to be gone that way the play before Howard member they were down three again game and Jordan goes right by the right. Remember to get the lay up quickly before the malone steal. They're down. Three Jordan goes right past by Russell to the hoop on his right. And I'm guessing makes a layup. Now they're down to the George Jumper one it. I'm guessing Byron. Russell had ATMs mine too. You know that he had just gotten he had just gotten all the way to the basket on me. Yeah I can't let that go again. Yeah and if I follow gotta put him into line and he's GonNa make too we now so I think that was too so I agree with you overblown. But you know it's the perfect ending wasn't the end of George where but it's the perfect Chicago ending. This air of mystery was half the people being able to say. Well look what got away with and half the people being able to say only the greatest player ever could pull something like that off and it's still an enduring mystery still industry..

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"carl john" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:47 min | 1 year ago

"carl john" Discussed on KTOK

"One thousand okay XXY FM ninety six point one eight to Oklahoma City I've been killed in a multi vehicle crash in northwest Oklahoma City the crash happened late this morning on northwest expressway near the Kilpatrick turnpike one of the vehicles involved was a Canadian county patrol car the deputy inside was killed two people in another vehicle were seriously injured and taken to a hospital two elderly people have died in a house fire near Cleveland in Pawnee county peninsula volunteer fire department chief Bob sharp tells the O. in and the bodies of Clark and Vivian wells were discovered early Tuesday they lived in a metal barn style house that was destroyed by the fire chief sharp says the because the fire was accidental and probably electrical he says there was a wood stove and several space heaters inside the metal structure they always B. I. is investigating a murder and attempted suicide in Dealey Oklahoma police into we went to a house yesterday to serve a protective order and evict twenty five year old Tyler Gage the husband of the woman who lived at the residence Gage left but came back with a gun the always be eyes as he forced his way into the house and shot a man was there identified as twenty nine year old Christopher Gilliam who died at the scene Gage then shot himself he was taken to a hospital in Tulsa in critical condition to county sheriff's name their counties second amendment sanctuary counties the story from Brian Dan looking county sheriff Damon Devereaux says he wants Logan county to be a place where residents can protect themselves if law enforcement cannot get some place in time to protect them Devereaux says it's a practical decision Stevens county sheriff wing McKinney is following suit he says no public funds should be used in any manner to restrict the second amendment rights of citizens of Stevens county the state office of juvenile affairs will be looking for a new director Steven Bock is resigning as of March sixth I'm Margot Moreno in other news a charge of first degree murder and two charges of pointing a firearm filed against a Midwest city man suspected of killing his father and threatening to other family members police called to the twenty one hundred block of north Spencer wrote on February fifth found fifty seven year old Carl John in hock dead at the scene Curtis Lee on rain talk is accused of shooting his father twice and pointing the gun at his mother and brother before firing the weapon into a mirror and at the ceiling the national motto would be displayed in all state buildings if Oklahoma house speaker Charles McCall gets his way house bill thirty eight seventeen would require the office of management and enterprise services to display in god we trust in a prominent place in all state buildings except for those owned by school districts the size and placement of the phrase would match how the motto is displayed in the U. S. capitol visitor center the group American atheists is criticizing the proposal and says it would be exclusionary to people with diverse religious.

"carl john" Discussed on The Cool Kids Table Podcast

The Cool Kids Table Podcast

14:28 min | 2 years ago

"carl john" Discussed on The Cool Kids Table Podcast

"So Hello to all hector's fans were or leaving school and has a purple card. It was like faded purple. The fate of Barney. Remember, we're saying. Saying Barney, baby bop green, John jaylo Johnson Lopez had Barney, the purple Altima. And I had the dream optimal. So yours was green was. Purple car. That's. I've never done in John's Carl John Jensen car. We have the same car, same car. Yeah. Before is ju. Twenty. The stockton. Unfortunate.

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"carl john" Discussed on Changing Scripts: Conversations about Mandarin Chinese with native speakers and learners

Changing Scripts: Conversations about Mandarin Chinese with native speakers and learners

03:58 min | 2 years ago

"carl john" Discussed on Changing Scripts: Conversations about Mandarin Chinese with native speakers and learners

"I felt like I had to finally give that up which is totally wrong. But it must happen to a lot of people. I think it does. I think it does. And on some was probably I don't know if it needs to I mean to educate people in a group the size of most classrooms. I think it needs to happen. But I'm not sure that that's how we need the educated anymore. But that's a whole other whole other bag of. Yeah. Like, some of my I'm sure some of your students in China, you this too. But I've had students tell me that they've had up to like sixty and eighty students in one class for primaries. Oh, yeah. I know it's amazing. And Chris I can't even like when my when my language classrooms got above like twenty twenty five people. It'd be like, okay. This is really not doable anymore. The how can and those were teenagers to adult. So I'm thinking, oh my gosh. Having children like five six seven years old with eighty of them in one classroom. No wonder there has to be a sense of conformity to move forward and learn stuff. Oh, yeah. You can see the extreme that here in China for sure definitely definitely the question. I love to ask. Because I I am inevitably dr- is it sounds like you are too is in inner formative years. A lot of people seem to fall on one side or the other if they're more of a more drawn to reading or more drawn to writing did you have an affinity for one or the other or were you pretty equally split. I think I was pretty equally split reading and writing were both very strongly encouraged by parents, and they they got a lot of books, and they also got a lot of writing and drawing materials, and I can remember growing up by just use to lay on the floor and drawl, and right, and I had this funny habit where I wouldn't breath when I was doing it. So I would finish a sentence or finish a part of the picture, and then have this huge science breath. And my parents used to remind me don't forget to breathe if our handsome at the Matthews draw lane mad, don't forget to breeds. Why do you started to do that? That's really interesting while I would focus on the part so intensely that I would hold my breath because I didn't wanna make a little mistake on my paper, and I would just lay on the floor and just have crowns or pencils all around me. Wow. Wow. Wow. Wow. That's really interesting. I'm trying to think of. I don't know. Wow. That's yeah. So I think kind of kind of those are pretty fairly split. I always liked to do both of those things, and I still do come back to when you were learning Chinese. So you said you started learning Chinese when you were at university. The can you kind of describe the the classroom setting that that was. Sure, I was very lucky at university. I had several teachers from I had I think three teachers from China and one from Korea and one whose parents were born in Japan, but he was born in the states. So I had a lot of teachers from Asia and the Chinese teacher. I had was a man named Carl John he might still be there. He is from Sichuan, and he was an amazing man who could speak German English fluently as well as Chinese, and he might have been able to speak one more language, and he used to also do tied. She classes and teach Taiji in the square of the school that class. I think we had about twenty students and it was led by him. And then the next semester. I had a woman from China. I don't remember where she was from. And then a TA from China who took over for a few weeks. So that was the first year, but I we had about twenty students, and they were the same mostly the same people throughout the year..

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"carl john" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

09:31 min | 2 years ago

"carl john" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Q E D public radio. The time is five thirty five coming up at eight o'clock tonight. It's the program inflection point with Lawrence Schiller. The program goes behind the scenes of the women's March after the election of Donald Trump, then at nine we'll have an hour of news from the BBC at ten o'clock tonight, we will will repeat political breakdown from six thirty. It'll be a rebroadcast of the special edition with analysis of today's testimony at the Brett cavenaugh hearing. So let's what's coming up tonight here on member supported K Q E D San Francisco in north highlands, Sacramento. From NPR news. This is all things considered. I'm Mary Louise Kelley, and I'm Audie Cornish on Capitol Hill today competing testimony from the man who hopes to become a supreme court Justice and the woman who's accused him of sexual assault when they were teenagers years ago, I Christie and blahsy Ford recounted what she said happened to her when she was at a high school party and two boys pushed her into a bedroom. I believed he was going to rape me. I try to yell for help. When I did Brett put his hand over my mouth stopped me from yelling. This is what terrified me the most. And this had the most lasting impact on my life. It was hard for me to breathe. And I thought that Brett was accidentally going to kill me hours later. Brad Kavanagh spoke. He denied all allegations and said, they had destroyed his family and reputation. This whole two week effort has been calculated in or. Orchestrated political hit fueled with a parent pent up anger about President Trump and the two thousand sixteen election. Fear that has been unfairly stoked about my judicial record revenge on behalf of the Clintons and millions of dollars in money from outside left wing opposition groups. Well that hearing wrapped just before seven tonight here in Washington throughout emotions ran high on all sides NPR's, Tim Keith joins me now from the White House to talk through the day high again Tam. Hello. Hi, so Cavanaugh as we could hear from his testimony as you could see he was angry in his opening statement. He was really angry is that a different side of him than we've seen before. Yeah. He in his original confirmation. Hearing was very careful to be even keeled to present himself as a nonpartisan impartial. Jurist? Just the law in his Fox News interview earlier this week he came across his subdued and sad and confused by the allegations today was very different. He was combative he was partisan. And he he's sort of fluctuated at times between yelling and. And other times tearing up really combative with the democratic senators in in particular, it seemed like he was channeling President Trump in some ways who's IMO is always to fight fight fight fight fight back against everything. Speaking of President Trump. We know the president was watching he has tweeted his reaction tell us what he said, I will read the tweet he says, and I will say that he was watching he had an event to get to. And he didn't leave on time because the hearing wasn't over yet. Then almost just a couple of minutes after the hearing was over this tweet came out, quote, judge cavenaugh showed America exactly why I nominated him. His testimony was powerful honest, and riveting Democrats, search and destroy strategy is disgraceful in this process has been a total sham and effort to delay obstruct and resist the Senate must vote. Exclamation point. One thing. I want to point out about that the the phrase searching. Destroy is a phrase that Brett Cavanaugh had in his opening statement there at that Senate hearing. It sounds as though President Trump is standing behind Kavanagh's nomination very much standing behind his nominee, which is interesting because just last night. He was hinting that maybe if things didn't go so well today from the president's point of view, he might pull Kevin is nomination. Right. He he and a press conference yesterday. The president was like, well, we'll see how it goes. I want to see if the allegations against him are credible. But but that is not what capping today today. President Trump up came out very strongly in favor of his nominee and doing. Why? That he heard that he liked. Well, I think in part it was that he was combative. I've been told by aides that that they felt that the opening statement was strong that they felt that if all the Democrats could get on him is that you know, he drank in high school and college then that wasn't enough to take him down. And and White House. Aides were cheering on Senator Lindsey Graham who in the hearing is the one who really took control. And and changed changed the way the hearing was going making it a much more partisan. God I hate to say a cuss. These had been my friends, but let me tell you when it comes to this. You're looking for fair process. You came to the wrong town at the wrong time, my friend. One other small thing to notice that President Trump did not weigh in on the credibility of Blasi Ford's testimony. So real quick what happens next. The there's going to be a vote. We are told that the Senate Judiciary committee is going to convene tomorrow morning, and a vote is expected in committee there, and then it could go to the full Senate pretty quickly. Well, all right. White house. Correspondent tamra kief. Updating us on the latest. Thank you. You're welcome law. Students said Brad Kavanagh's alma mater, Yale. Gather to watch today's hearing as well. Many of those students are opposed to his nomination. Cassandra Basler from member station. W G was there. And she spoke to some of them law students squeezed on couches and filled the empty floor space in several wooden panelled common rooms to watch Christine Blasi Ford appear before the Senate committee a few students stepped outside to tell me that Ford was brave, but they were still upset about the hearing a lot of us are really pissed that's Jenny to miss. She's a second year law student and member of the group Yale Law students demand better it organized protests in Washington DC. Earlier this week calling for an FBI investigation into the allegations against Cavanaugh. A lot of us are really angry about the way. This is being rushed through a lot of us are very very angry about the way that we feel our school has been complicit and has played a large role and popping up cavenaugh as a nominee since he has nomination was announced in July two says the student protests started before Ford's allegations were made public. She says it was triggered by a law school statement that students saw as praising the nominee. There was a press. Release released by the school that was loud his character and his credentials, which we feel like was an endorsement of the nominee on Monday, yell students protested outside the supreme court in Washington DC here in New Haven, others held a sit in at Yale Law School in town hall meetings between faculty and students Carl John who's also in his second year says some. Students have felt a little apprehensive. Addressing the issue with the teaching staff professors are sort of the gatekeepers for prestigious clerk ships for different positions for entry into academia and for us. It's hard to navigate. But John says he thinks this conversation is changing things for the better at Yale Law School. I think this is a moment of community building. And hopefully, yes, there's a lot of grief. There's a lot of sadness. There's a lot of incredible anger in the room. But I am hopeful for yell in a statement earlier this week law school dean, Heather Gerke declined to take a position on the cavenaugh nomination. But says she was quote, so proud of her students advocacy and their support for what she called the integrity of the legal system for NPR news. I'm Cassandra bachelor in Connecticut. You're listening to all things considered.

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"carl john" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

04:24 min | 2 years ago

"carl john" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

"He helps entrepreneurs to handle optimize and automate in pretty much outsource every thing in their lives. Now, if you didn't go to the warden school of business, you might just want to listen in today because you might want to learn an idea or to from somebody who has had the opportunity to go to the Wharton school of business Marshall. Where did you go to college? Ohio Wesleyan. Talk to me about how much of what you learned or a couple of things you learn at college that you could definitely apply to your daily life today and maybe. Some things you learned that definitely are not applicable to your daily life. We'll start with things that are definitely not applicable. Okay, so the the ethics and religious studies. Okay, I, yeah, it was an entire course on that in talked about a variety of different things. I guess that is part of the liberal arts education. Can I can I real quick interrupt you? Okay. You got to one up my freshman year at Saint Cloud state university? Yeah. Every class I took was not applicable. Really? Yeah, everything. I mean the the vast studies of social science didn't you know that I'd never used that. Yeah. Knowing a ton, just a ton about Caesar Augustus never really. Never used that yet to sell anything or building my knowledge of human psychology specifically focused on Freud and his theories of the opus, an electric complex. Those are things that I have never used, and I try to get out of my head because I don't even wanna know that Marshall Marshall. Are you familiar with the piss complex? Yeah. Is that where you're falling in love with your mother? The auditors complex is a concept. Psychoanalytic theory developed by Sigmund Freud who introduced the concept in his interpretation of dreams in eighteen ninety nine, which I study at Saint Cloud state and nineteen ninety nine hundred years after Freud, wasted all of his time. I had to waste my time to keep the tradition going. Now, the positive ODA complex refers to a child's unconscious sexual desire for their opposite sex parents and their inherent. Sub-conscious hatred for the same sex parent. What it's ridiculous. The entire concept that he's talking about. One one should not ponder these things to what should not have to take a test on these. Now, let's go with the electric complex. Okay, and then you go back to you, and so you can tell you all the things that you learned to college the dome outer. Okay. So here we go, the electric complex. It is a another theory developed this time. It's proposed by Carl John, and he's a Neo Freudian psychologist. So he's newer than Freud. New interpretation on Freud's study proposed by Carl Jong. It's a girl's psycho sexual competition with her mother for the possession of her father. What are we talking about this in your daughter is trying to compete with your mom for your sexual attention? What the crap is going on. I had to learn that at college. Marshall back to you. What did you learn. In college that was a complete waste of time calculus to. I haven't used calculus to. You. Don't find yourself though, is today drifting and getting geographic calculator and points on a slope more of a yawn that it was like it was like math Olympics. It was just like exercising my brain, you don't powers space, shuttles, build the nuclear reactors. I'm sure somebody, I'm sure. I'm sure somebody needs it. Needed, then you need it. But I do. I Furthermore you don't need it to start a business gimme one more thing you learn in college rethought yourself, that really was something that I didn't need to know. But man, I invested probably if you think about how much college costs. I mean, I've probably invested dollars learning that, and that's probably something I don't need to know. I don't need to know organic chemistry. Can I go back to this Neo fraudulence -nology that I learned. This is all I'm not making this up. This is stuff that I had. I'm just reading this is textbook. What you're learning. It talks about here is in his or her key psychological experience developing mature sexual role and identity. Sigmund Freud instead proposed that girls and boys resolve their complexes differently..

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"carl john" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"carl john" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"First son hat would have been the fact children that it was of terry typed on a typewriter also travelling out there in space i don't think music law firms in two thousand three for were mozart using typewriters to knockout supreme court braves four out of nine supreme court justices louis must armstrong agree for a case to be heard that year more than eight thousand petitions the records were in filed space or seventy made of four gold were plated accepted copper but one this of those final version was written for earthlings by sean was hopwood just released and one this morning year a friend of mine came running and screaming my name it's the ultimate shawn mix shawn tape shawn that's what than i called what he it had earth's was a copy greatest of the usa hits today andrian and i read the was article creative said director that the court of the had team granted carl john sagan fellers case put together what went through to your collect mind the sounds shocked of our planet i was shocked for the that to the court our had record granted the case heavy and that heavy i had done it's the something ark of human that you know culture lawyers the arc wait their drian whole lives was to twenty do seven years and old done at the at time the first time and had never it's worked on not a record that before unusual for she prisoners was the one who insisted to file their own petitions berry would get a what ride is into outer space freakishly unusual is for one of those petitions to be granted oh great why johnny be steph good watts to me tiny good rock and roll was the music of motion getting someplace you never been before and odds are against you but you wanna go that was for the imagine the extraterrestrials who discover this tapping their feet to johnny get the joke on saturday night live when it was launched broke in and said this just dan friendly extraterrestrials send more chuck berry the voyagers haven't found any extraterrestrial so far but they have contributed to the search for life in space their observations of jupiter's moon europa suggested there might be an ocean beneath its icy surface which was later confirmed by another spacecraft galileo voyager too also sense that something unusual was happening on saturn's moon enceladus many years later the cassini spacecraft discovered geysers of water shooting above its surface so on your rope and enceladus you found water which means potentially there's lot yes what kind of life you talking about microbial life very much like the earth had for billions of years after saturn voyager one headed away from the planet's toward the edge of our solar system voyager to became the first spacecraft ever to visit urine is in one thousand nine hundred eighty six and neptune the most distant planet in our solar system in one thousand.

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"carl john" Discussed on Serious Inquiries Only

Serious Inquiries Only

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"carl john" Discussed on Serious Inquiries Only

"We can i think start shifting the culture when it comes to religion yeah hey how did you end up at a meeting in the pentagon did tell us more about that i feel like those kind of casual i am pentagon or i don't have many of those well after we received a few complaints and i notice and one of the complaints they mentioned that they'd also got in touch with the f r f so i reached out to andhra sidell at the f who listeners to to cotton i'm blanking during arguments listeners have heard u n andrew and andrew i'm sure your listeners regular listeners over there no andrew well i reached out and i with sam grover there sort of military specialist attorney drafted a letter to general mattis and outlining the issues we were encountering and send it off and we heard back from from carl john saying hey let's let's meet and talk so he did i'd you know i i actually live practically within sight of the pentagon but i'd only ever been outside this was a really neat experience going on it's it's it's like a whole city it's like an airport on steroids in there you could probably live inside the pentagon for months on end and not want for much other other than sunlight yeah that sounds pretty neat just so did you end up finding a receptive audience was at the kind of thing where it was just yet will listen to you for a few minutes and say okay and then nothing really happened or what were the results.

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"carl john" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio

MMA Junkie Radio

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"carl john" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio

"Thank you all right so let me ask you about carl's johns the thomas when you initially took the fight what did you think of what he was gonna bring to the table compared to what actually happened in the fight uh when i when i first took the fire that was a good match for me i thought uh i was a better grappler and uh you know my standard always evolving here are to where you almost out give fight at that will have the edge everywhere you know so i just i just that was a good match for me have your game plans when you create them have they've for the most part because obviously you have an eight in one or excuse me yet you winning record by far but have your game plans been able to match up in and like do you have more faith in them as we continue as you're out career continues oh and i mean they they match up pretty good you know i have a good team behind me so like the game pre right you know sometimes we do have to switch things that just depending on the fire something gets hurt in a fire or you know it's not working we always have a plan b c you know some saw and so forth but using my game plan is usually pretty to the point whatever you always uh stressed i guess when a game plan does come up are you do to yourself like unaggressive fighter a cerebral fighter is cardio will concern do you attack his weaknesses like what kind of a fighter would you say that you uh our overall when it comes to strategy.

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"carl john" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"carl john" Discussed on KQED Radio

"From npr news this is all things considered i'm robert siegel and i'm kelly mcevers president trump today got the imperial treatment in beijing's forbidden city that's the centuriesold palace complex there is trump's first visit to china and the third of five stops on his tour of asia and fears anthony cure uh from beijing that political pomp is one of several ways china has sought to manage trump and the challenges he poses to uschina relations the first families of the us join your points peking opera performance john amib the walls a yellow tile roofs of the imperial palace a coretail grass kgb craft designed to highlight the evolving chemistry between president trump and xi jinping at least that's how free in home describes the easing international relations expert at people's university in beijing guangzhou carl john shattuck org china's receiving trump almost the way the king of saudi arabia did he says giving him lots of face vanities and protocol the relationship between she and trump got off to a rocky start trump threaten to upgrade relations with taiwan in public china for manipulating the value of its currency but none of that happened of the china institute of contemporary international relations says the china hands challenges the right way by doing nothing at all so way all combat hush gyanco curse years yatenga wool is that trump needed to learn about china and during this learning process we had to stay cool and patient it also to defined a channel he adds to get through to trump they found one in his son in law jared kushner who helped arrange april summit at trump's mara longo resort that channel appears to have outlived his usefulness as she and trump of now met in person twice in spoke by phone trump is even praise she is a very good man meanwhile beijing's made some concessions on trade for example increasing imports from the.

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"carl john" Discussed on WINS 1010

WINS 1010

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"carl john" Discussed on WINS 1010

"The official tent ten wins accuweather 4day forecast with meteorologist tara lipinski carl john nisa and they're that will be the case of course tomorrow we've been driving the point home that our rapidly intensifying store which you're really hasn't appear on the map yet we'll be developing off the southeast coast late tonight and tomorrow morning so today no problems whatsoever in fact it'll be fairly sunny and bludgeoned to we've had a warmer than normal october today and i'll probably be the last truly warm day unseasonably warm day at sixty eight and will be even higher than that low 70s and a few western suburbs but clouds will be arriving tonight and some rain is expected late early at the onset nothing heavy but tomorrow especially during the afternoon and evening hours policy an uptick in the reins intensity is 10 10 when doppler radar feels and and it will become increasingly windy now we're looking at flash flood watches for tomorrow afternoon and tomorrow night and a high wind watched tomorrow night for suffolk county wind gust exceeding a fifty miles per hour in long island they'll be as high as forty five miles per hour in the city and rainfall totals virtually anywhere could exceed three inches so that's the big concern moving forward while the rain should wrap up early monday it will still be windy and it will also be cooler early in the coming week right now 57 and clear humidity 66 percent the wind light and southwesterly clear repeating the current temperature of 57 they'll go up to sixty eight in mid jailed arm accuweather meteorologist curb within ski on new york's weather station ten ten wins news time 554.

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"carl john" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:44 min | 3 years ago

"carl john" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Tonight all right that's here a radio aides out chain talking with bradley j you're gonna grown up ready tell them rights who cory what is this this does thank you try to have the conversation jeez guys problems these is wbz newsradio 1030 here he said he sold his day we we find wbz 3o seven on monday october than ninety two thousand seventeen both to play trivia for this next hour fifty three minutes actually and the me explain the game the rules and the reward the game any word i'll say eighty nine remember a person place a thing any down with the first liver and the last labour begins with a can be a person name a state of several seats at work a country a number of countries at work a thing all you have to do is say anna and that will qualify you to win a tshirt i forget what sites it is an early put it in the envelope i think it's large don't home into that if it doesn't fit you give to a friend it's one of those longsleeved shirts the movie bad santa two past though last year in the movie an addict run in the late fall early winter some of the things they give me so much of i can't give them all away at that time so i could save them and now it's close enough to give way at christmas fries but the additional is what i know a lot of you want to win if your chosen tonight if one of these people carl john ghana or howard are chosen.

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"carl john" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"carl john" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Is telling the story so he is seeing winona in very ideal terms as i think it is our our duty as parents to do and similar buried in this little passage i think is what i some of what i feel about my own daughter carl john cole no he was born in december are seems to remember that montenegro remember i was born in june when owners says she was born during the full book moon anyhow we roll all doubt into one on on the first of may we have assigned our birthday for the three of us we say well known as nine years old and john koehler settled onto denied her so that must make me 26 something along those lines point is whatever ages we'd be where young john coal all is the best looking man in christendom and this is his hay day winona sure the prettiest little daughter i ever man had goddamn beautiful black hair blue eyes a mackerel blue backward docks wing feathers sweet little face cool is a mellon when you hold it in your house hans and case are fired god knows what story she scene and been part in savage murder for sure because we caused walk through the carnage in the slaughter of our all you could expect a child that has seen all that to wake in the night sweating and she does then john koehler is obliged to hold her trending fallen against him and suman with lullabies wary the only knows one he does that over and over the whole softly and things had the lullaby wary god that known that knows not even his cell like a stray barred from some distant country then he lies on how bad and she pushes in tied against him like you might imagine bear cubs do in the winter haida made even wounds tied in now john coal was that bit of safely she is trying to reach a harbour then her breathing slowly lengthens and then she is snoring little time to come back to bad and in the darkness helpful damn of the candle looks at me and nods is head got harry sleeping he says sure do say not much more than that needed to make men happy.

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"carl john" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"carl john" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Servant john coal and thomas take her as their daughter and you've cheated comes the very reason for being alive and and i thought well darrow legal decency look at this a family of an ideal sort and there is something very ideal about of course thomas is telling the story so he is seeing winona i'm very ideal terms as i think it is our duty as parents to do and somewhere buried in this little passage i think is what i some of what i feel about my own daughter carl john cole no he was born in december are seems to remember that montemayor remember i was born in june and when owners says she was born during the full buck among eddie how we roll all that into one on on the first of may we have assigned our birthday for the three of us we say we're known as nine years old and john koehler settled ondrej in so that must make me 26 something along those lines point is whatever ages we be worried young john coal is the best looking man in christendom and this is his hay day when owners sure the prettiest little daughter i ever man had goddamn beautiful black hair blue eyes like a roads blue backward ducks wing fattah's sweet little face cool as a mellon when you hold it in your hands and kiss are fire had god knows what story she scene and been part in savage murder for sure because we caused walk through the carnage and the slaughter of our own you could expect the child that has seen all that to wake in the night sweating and she does then john kohl is obliged to hold her trending form against him in sulu lullabies larry the only knows one and he does that over and over the holes are softly and sings had the lullaby where he got that no man knows not even his self like a stray bird from some distant country danny lies on how bad and she pushes in tied against him like you might imagine bear cubs do in the wind died wta maybe even wounds tied in now john coal was that bit of safely she is trying to reach a harbour then her breathing slowly lengthens and then she is worrying a little time to come back to dead and in the.

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"carl john" Discussed on Code Switch

Code Switch

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"carl john" Discussed on Code Switch

"And now back to the embedded podcast with kelly mcevers who's going to take us into that courtroom in charlotte north carolina okay like i've been saying the video from the night jonathan fairly shot does not tell the whole story at trial the prosecutors and defense attorneys have to fill in the rest what happened before during and after the video so when they show it the jurors will see it their way here are the questions they have to answer before the video was jonathan farrell breaking and entering during the video was jonathan farrell pulling up his pants or could have had a gun why did you run through the teaser was running at officers are away from officers and then after the video was jonathan farrell going for care excon we must work the thirty at one thirty a john farrow volunteers drives mass former call first up is lead prosecutor entering harris we're gonna play excerpts of this opening argument and he tells the story of how jonathan farrell took his friend home that night and then crashed his car in the woods the car also damage that john through the rear wing then he walked up toward the house of a woman named sarah mccartney you wall front door edna lally front door to attract magician sarah mccartney wakes up an opens the door thinking it's her husband whose forgotten his key her alarm goes off she sees jonathan slams the door and callsign one one now door this is a hard time the job may be ready status divisible carl john brennan the job driving forces waves are all the jobs property owners zone want all rare is the largest at all.

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"carl john" Discussed on Ross Tucker Football Podcast

Ross Tucker Football Podcast

01:58 min | 4 years ago

"carl john" Discussed on Ross Tucker Football Podcast

"Jim bob in our talking we obviously know what dean does on sundays we know what he does with producing the videos and when he comes on radio outlets like ours and monday's and tuesday's along the time i guess is spent talking with the coaches what else does that role entail me what what else does the vice president officiating do gosh rust it the way question and i don't think people really realize what goes on of the legal office having worked with bike career of carl john sit up there you know it's all day long it's a answering questions it's reading officials questions preparing for the next week getting films ready in absolutely gin available the commissioner did he needs to talk to you on a five minute dollars so there's a lot of responsibility issue overseeing earlier you know saturday is not a day off saturday is a busy day who you're you're for airing getting ready for the next week but it's it's a seven days a week job from the beginning of football season until the season's over and then it becomes full time after that hey jim how are they going to deal with this whole sort of allowing the players a little more leeway in the celebration i it seemed like look i understand it from a fan standpoint and everything else but it seems like a real slippery slope you know asking the officials to now determined sort of where the line is or isn't is they try to sorta lacks the celebration rules a little bit and and you know they did for years and that's regattas in the mass of they had to put in stringent rules it feels like once again officials agree and put between a rock and a hard place.

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