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"caroline lee" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Is Bloomberg daybreak Europe And it's 5 30 a.m. here in London a very good morning I'm Caroline Hepburn Welcome to daybreak Europe so we have an extraordinary NATO defense ministers meeting today to discuss the next steps in the response to the war in Ukraine will be on the border between Poland and Ukraine in a moment live with our reporter Aggie cantrell Interesting though that China's ambassador to the U.S. has denied that China knew or tacitly supported the war So that on what's happening with Ukraine but also we have a fed rate decision later today 6 p.m. So markets are watching that plus the resumption of nickel trading on the later on this morning As for the markets right now you've got a stock rally in Asia and the hang seng tech index rising 12% now the CSI index up 3% that just in the last few minutes China has vowed to support overseas share listings according to Xinhua So this is one of the risks that has been stalking a Chinese investors which is the idea of the U.S. may be delisting companies Chinese companies in America if they don't comply with SEC rules about accounting Futures for the S&P 500 then this morning let's have a look at those for you At the moment just flat NASDAQ features up the three tenths of 1% U.S. stocks 50 features also up by 8 tenths of 1% European stocks slumped yesterday but U.S. stocks gained and then as they're up 3.2% oil has given up most of their gains after Russia's invasion of Ukraine meant a huge jump in energy prices We trade for Brent at a $100 a barrel out by 1% That's a look at the markets Let's get to our top stories is Leanne garren Good morning Caroline Lee also works so not to worry And now we're just going to start with that war in Ukraine as it enters its 21st day negotiations between Russia and Ukraine resume and aid to Ukraine's president Vladimir zelensky says the situation remains difficult but there is room for compromise earlier his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin said Ukraine is not being serious about resolving the war Elsewhere China has pushed back against what it is calling disinformation about the role about its role in the lead up to the invasion The countries U.S. ambassador is denying Beijing had any prior knowledge Now U.S. president Joe Biden is traveling to Brussels next week to meet NATO when attend the European Union summit to discuss the war NATO's secretary general Jens Stoltenberg has called it an extraordinary meeting Tomorrow ministers will start an important discussion on concrete measures to reinforce our security for a longer term in all domains Online this could include substantially more forces in the eastern part of the alliance At higher and with more pre positioned equipment meanwhile Ukrainian president Vladimir zelensky is encouraging more European leaders to visit Kyiv after the leaders of Poland Slovenia and the Czech Republic traveled to the city yesterday Now UK prime minister Boris Johnson is set to meet with the de facto ruler of the UAE and Saudi crown prince Mohammed bin Salman later today as pressure mounts on the OPEC members to raise oil output Johnson says a trip is part of an effort to wean Europe of a Russian energy Now finally in other news world financial markets see the Federal Reserve in barking on a series of interest rate increases later today Now Bloomberg's Vinny dal judice has this preview Economists say the fed will raise its benchmark interest rate by a quarter point the first rate increase since 2018 U.S. inflation is running at the highest levels in four decades and gradual tightening will probably continue Bloomberg economics as in more normal times such inflation data would support a larger fed rate increase a half point increase But today the fed faces an extraordinary global situation and tough choices and made war in Ukraine swaying oil prices and jittery financial markets Vinny del gide's Bloomberg date break Europe Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries on the Anne guerin's this is Bloomberg Caroline Thank you so much Leanne for that news update for us Well let's pick up on what you were mentioning In a show of support for Ukraine the prime ministers of Poland the Czech Republic and Slovenia visited the country's capital Kyiv to meet with president Vladimir zelensky joining me now is our Bloomberg reporter Agatha cantrell who continues to cover the story for us from medica on the Polish Ukrainian border Aggie good morning thanks for being with us What was the significance then of this visit They took a train across and went to Kyiv So really the significant of it was essentially the three world leaders going into an active warzone But the reason that this is such a prominent decision at this time is also because you have the you have Ukraine pushing for a lot more support not only from NATO but from the EU more broadly and these are three nations that have their own experience of dealing with Russia in the past And so it was clear that they wanted to show this port for the landscape and to Kyiv and the fact that now as zelensky is pushing for other world leaders to come makes him think that this is an important step especially potentially mostly for optics but it's an important step for the country Yeah absolutely And we know that we're in an information war also as well as well as a military war Yesterday the UN though reported 3 million people have already fled Ukraine since the war started How have other countries then responded to the humanitarian crisis indeed What did these leaders point to The big concern for the people who are leaving and also for the countries that are going to be housing them is what they can secure in terms of funding and resources in order to see that this which hopefully for many of these people remains a temporary situation and they can return home but still is a huge pressure on these that must be reminded of especially in Europe are still reeling from the coronavirus pandemic Poland for instance is looking for the EU.
"caroline lee" Discussed on Write Your Legend
"It's going to change. And if I don't change it in a healthy direction, it gets changed in a negative direction. It goes back even stronger than before, which is we don't want that. And then you even more control, but you want to get these and you want to control them. And so that's really what you're going to do. You're going to go from the pattern to the signals to the whole neural cycle process to do that. The changes are, I mean, the evidence I have already talked with lots of evidence in the book of telomere changes you spoke about telomeres. We spoke about these changes in quote in 9 weeks. We change people's biological ages, which is phenomenal. In 9 weeks, people went from having biological ages that were 30 to 40 years older and sickly than the age within 9 weeks of my management of doing this, dealing with the interest of dealing with the reasons why you've got that relationship issue. Getting to the root cause getting to the because of what the biological and chronological age is to match. And I think it's really important to say this too, to the people that are listening is because after reading your book and I would really encourage you guys to really get the book so you can get the neuro if the process, right? Is that right? Yes, and you're a sacrifice. Yes. Because it's a phenomenal. And I would advise anybody to do that. It'll be definitely in the description box wherever you're viewing or listening to. It's called cleaning up your mental mess by doctor Lee. Obviously, Caroline leif, doctor Caroline Lee. But I think it's very important to also note in your clinical studies and this is what I think was phenomenal. You didn't just do one clinical study. Like I forget what the groups were called aid Group B group I forget what they were differently experimental and control groups. The experimental and control groups. So you took two different groups and did what you have studied and implemented and then took another group and actually did things a little bit differently. What if I'm clarifying correctly? I can explain. And you can see the difference in the studies that you've done. And I thought that was phenomenal. It's not that you took a clinical group and said, this is the clinical group. Let's see their change. But you took two different clinical groups and you distinguish the difference between the two by what you've done. And I thought that was brilliant. Yeah, that is really important. School randomized controlled study double blind. So what that means that you called standard. So and just to be experimental group that got the neural cycle and I didn't give them therapy, it was an app. So it was loaded on their phone. And that act that was used in the clinical trial has been improved from the research because that's what you do as a scientist to improve things. And that's what's available to everyone. So you can go to iTunes, Google Play and download new recycle, and you've got the app. You've got the exact process that made these people's biological age and chronological age met. The system is reducing information, change their brain, literally change their life. We had people that went from literally suicidal to living to living and going beyond and going back to work. And like phenomenal changes for years, we had a control group that did not get the act in your psycho actually. They didn't get them on management, but they got all the same testing. So all of the both experimental and the control group in this particular study were randomized. So neither usually was controlled, it wasn't..
"caroline lee" Discussed on CLEANING UP THE MENTAL MESS with Dr. Caroline Leaf
"Welcome to cleaning up the mental mace. I'm your host doctor Caroline Lee. And I am here to talk to you about fomo. The fear of missing out. And this is something that I pretty much think all of us have experienced. This is a mindset and I'm going to explain what this is and how we can manage it. But before we begin, I just want to remind you about my mental health retreat that is running the same Texas, it is a retreat a mental health retreat where you are really going to learn practical steps and strategies, we're going to practice exercises on how to manage depression and anxiety. How does it recognize it as a warning signal that has is hitting us to pay attention how to embrace it and process it and reconcile how to look at things differently, how to manage those day today ups and downs and also how to manage those performance that get us stuck in patterns and how to change our mindsets. It's going to be amazing. There's only a few spots left, so go to the link in the show notes and book your place there and I will see you there. We will be taking all precautions to protect you, obviously, with the pandemic. Just a quick reminder that this podcast is for educational purposes and not medical, and if you need medicated by PCT, perfect medical professional. It also if you haven't yet subscribed to my podcast, I really encourage you to subscribe to my podcast wherever you listen to podcasts. It will really help you subscribe and I can keep bringing this content to you to help you and also give me a review I really appreciated if you give me a give me a 5 story review that will be amazing and I'll keep coming back here. Each week to help you more and more as much as I can. And now on to Thermo the fear of missing out. I've got lots of notes on this, so I'm going to be looking up and down just to make sure that I get everything to you because this is a really important thing to talk about. But first of all, let's talk about what it looks like in the brain, okay? So fomo or the fear of missing out is a mind sit. And if you can visualize that all thoughts are trees in the brain like you've heard me teach so often if this is the first time you even listening to me, then I teach on how the mind and brain and body are connected and how our mind is different from our brain and how we use our mind, which is our ability to think and feel and choose to process experiences grab them and put them in your brain so your mind shows up in your brain as a neuroplastic change and a change looks like a tree. So like this podcast is being built into your brain like a tree. And that tree, if it's healthy, it looks nice and green, so for those of you listening, I'm holding up a nice healthy tree, and if it's toxic experience, it's a toxic tree. I'm holding up a warrior tree for those of you that are listening. And basically, those contain those thoughts contain memories, which are the details of what happened, the emotions, all the things involved in that experience. So in the case of this particular podcast, I'm giving you information about fomo, so it would be called a Thermo tree and it's a healthy tree because I'm helping you. I'm giving you information that's going to help you if you're getting stuck in the fear of missing out, because it can be pretty incapacitating to fear that fear that you're missing out on what others are experiencing. So now, fear of missing out is a mindset that is built is like a knit that is thrown over a particular thought pattern. So each of these trees are thoughts, okay? And I'm giving you information now and you're building a healthy thought tree as I said about what Thermo is. So this is an experience with fomo in a salt you learning now how to get rid of it. This is what those two trees that specific to that. All thoughts that you build are specific to the certain contents that could be a conversation you had before you got in here. Whatever you've experienced, what if you experience from the time you've broken up today till the time you go to sleep is going to be built by your mind into these trees with specifically related to each experience, and we build about 8000 to 10,000 of those a day, but not each thought that we build has got a mindset attached to it, and that mindset is either a healthy mindset or a toxic mindset. So this mindset attached to this one on firma would be healthy because it is you that it's the possibility that you're going to learn something that's going to help you. So imagine it is a beautiful like those Christmas tree lights that you put over bushes with bright lights shining and beautiful and it's a mindset that as you pull as you build us that mindset is one of going to learn, I'm getting help. This is great. But you could be building this information into your brain, which you could be throwing a toxic mindset over it, and the toxic mindset is in this. This is good information, but you've got this toxic mindset, which is this Nate that's ugly and you know, kind of like what you put up at Halloween, those spider webs and black and scary and whatever thrown over this and then that blocks the content here and the net is the mindset that this is good content, but the mindset is offices up and help me. I can't do this. It's just a waste of time, or I'm not good enough or whatever it's blocking you. So a typical kind of mindset to the one could be something like if only could have would have should have. Those kind of things and I did a whole podcast on the mindset of if only could have would have should have and I mean if you're going to have a look at my cleaning up your mental missiles, you'll find that and I really recommend you listen to that. Fomo is also a mindset. Okay? So it's also one of these nits, and it's a toxic one. It's one of those Halloween looking ones. It's not a healthy looking one. It's a toxic looking one. So if you think of it like this, let's say that you are now scrolling through social media. And you're looking at what your friends are doing and you see oh my gosh, they traveling. They do all this amazing stuff they're looking for this perfect family, this perfect marriage because they've been smug with their kids named Disneyland and or they look at how gorgeous they look or look at that group of people are doing and oh my gosh if I was there in doing those things or your class for that person is so that is not that way of looking would be a mindset and that mindset would be a we could call a pheromone ugly Halloween net that you've cast over that information that you're looking at because you're looking at it through that. I'm going to use the demonstration too when a mindset that toxic is like putting on dark glasses. So you're looking you can't really see it's not a really big thing to see with dog losses in the studio. And then you can't see clearly. And you're looking through this toxicity of a missing out is something wrong and comparing my life to their life and envious and I want that and if I don't have that and I'm a failure and I'm not good enough and all those things that go with a fomo mindset. So now I'm gonna take those off. Now we're hearing things in front of my eyes. Now I'm gonna put these on, and I can see my prescription glasses and I can actually see with these and I'm looking through these clear light glasses. This would be a healthy mindset. So you can make you can take that fear of.
"caroline lee" Discussed on Weird AF News
"Florida teacher is charged with child abuse days. After being named teacher of the year so theme here guys. Florida women gone wild. The stories out of craxton ville florida. Excuse me jacksonville florida. A florida teacher was charged with child abuse against a student just two days. After being named a teacher of the year at the school caroline lee is facing a felony child abuse. Charge following her arrest this week. She was arrested after calling a student into her classroom to speak. Privately allegedly striking the female student in the face. How do you go from being named teacher of the year to striking a student in the face. Seems like a very this stock really crashed. Didn't it lead denied physically harming the student. She told the police officers. She only wanted to speak to the student in private yet. Lee is accused of hitting a girl who has not been named in the face causing her nose to bleed. This was after the student. Reportedly questioned lee's appropriateness for the actual honor of teacher of the year. And it sounds to me like the student was spot on now. It says here that one of the reasons why the students were questioning whether or not lee should have been named teacher of the year says. She was accused of saying the n. Word in class. Hey wow the florida public education guys. What is going on down there. The poor kids now. The principal named tyrus. Who seems to have some poor judgment when it comes to doling out. Awards sent out a statement to the community. Saying it is very disappointing. But i am compelled to share with you. That one of our teachers was arrested on campus for some child abuse. Even more disappointing. The teacher arrested is our recent teacher of the year. Nominee actually said this in the statement. I would i would leave that part out sir because that makes you look stupid as well. Just keep it the first part. Don't tell them that you actually believe. This teacher should be the best teacher named at your school this year. An investigation allegation into the situation. An investigation into the situation is said to be ongoing and lee has since been removed from the school and will not return pending the outcome of the findings. Well at least you got her little rewards. You can put it on her mantle right next to the blood that she shed. I guess the only thing crazier would be if she actually beat the student down with the teacher of the year award. It'd be that's what movies are made of guys if you a nasty. Don't add me. Hey everybody at me baby at me this weekend do it. I'm on twitter at funny jones and instagram at funny jones. Gimme a follow. And you could see what i'm up to. Nothing crazy just broke his trying to just trying to be a person in the world. That's all. I want to thank everybody for sending me florida stories straight off the bat You can always send me stuff too. Funny jones at g mail dot com. A couple of stories sent on twitter as well. That was very helpful and very appreciative. So thank you guys. That helps me with my florida. Friday due diligence you know. Thankfully there's a lot of weird news coming out of florida crazy stuff and so it's it's you know. I usually have a lot of choices when it comes to choosing florida friday articles which is a good thing. It's a good problem to have. Actually i hope you're having a nice weekend or you had one or you're about to have one as i always say if you'd like to support my show because over the weekend you think yourself. Hey this is bringing some value to my life. You know. I listened to it every day or watch it every day on the youtube. Whatever it is that you do Like to support. Josie because he should be paid like cnn. After all shouldn't he. Oh yeah..
"caroline lee" Discussed on WGN Radio
"I'm gonna roll myself up. In a big boy. Oh, And I My, my my. And now the end is here, so I face The final cousin Mhm, my friend. I'll say it clear I'll state my case of which I'm certain I've lived a life that's full. I traveled each and every highway and more, much more than this. I did it my way, Redrants. I've had a few. But then again too few to mention I did what I had to do saw it through without exemption. Alright, Flung each charted course. Each chapel step by way More much more than this. I did it My way. Yes, there were time. I'm sure you knew. And I'd fit all More than I could chew. But when there was done, I spit it all. And I stood ended in my words. I've loved. I've laughed and cross. I've had a life filled my share of losing. And long as tears subside. I find it all soul amusing thing. I did all and may I say not going to shy way way? Oh, no. Oh, no, not me. I did it my way for what A man. What has he got? If not himself, then he has not true save he truly man and not the world Records. I Mm. We leave you on this Sunday morning with the best is yet to come. Composed by Cy Coleman to lyrics by Caroline Lee. Is highly associated with Frank, who recorded it for his 1964 album. It might as well be swing. Accompanied by Count Basie under the direction of Quincy Jones. Out of the tree of life by just pick me plums. You came along here and.
"caroline lee" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"I feel like I haven't even touched on half the things I feel like I want to do it so much more when if you will my platform and you know, because of the pandemic, we don't know. A lot of things got shut down and You know, we all had to like, Actually, our whole life was put on pause. So I feel like this is not even if I die for what I wanted you with this platform because I really want people to understand that we have human beings. We all like this in this world. This is all of our home. And there's no reason why we way can't coexist and love each other. Even if we don't understand each other but love and respect each other. I really want to inspire people to do that to come together to realize, like, Hey, this person is a human being. And we all have a universal story. Let's deal we can learn from each other. We may not like everything about each other, but that's life. That's what makes life interesting. What can we learn from this person? What can we get inspired from this person in the Hopefully I'm inspired other people that I helped to use this platform that not only inspire people they have people open their hearts to love more, you know? More together have, like a sense of community and where I love that. You're amazing. Let's all think love is all you need. All right? I'm gonna love it all you need. Yeah, I love it. But I think what you're saying is so powerful and so inspiring. You're inspiring me today. Thanks a lot. Inspired me. I love what you're saying. Your words are wisdom, and they're timeless. This world would be boring if it were homogeneous society if we all look the same and did the same and lived the same. So what you're being bold and courageous because it's new, And I think sometimes that That he that he thank goodness is becoming smaller and smaller because they're learning from those that are standing behind these changes, and we're looking at so many examples and leaders. They're turning to politics and entertainment and It's wonderful to see the differences. And the contribution you're on that list that first boy. Wow, that's that's an honor it like that is an honor. And it makes me you know, just wanted continues to be on that list. I might go live, you add value, and I was reading this book of Caroline Lee. He's She's a scientist. She's all about mental health. That's gonna be another thing about my plans for my I'm a big advocate. You don't on health, health and your happiness and For all of us, because I feel like all of us have three star Pete 2020. But, um, back when you were staying, Uh, it goes what she was talking about. Like this, making sure that you add value the world What would you want to leave back like a girl on your death bed today? Would you be proud of your legacy? Would you be proud of you gave it your all and I want to be able to say that I did my best and contributing to the world. Not through just, you know, financial means with a lot of people for them that complete them from me. I want to be able to stay. I gave so much love and so much gratitude and try to do so much good into the world outweigh all the chaos. But if I'm on my deathbed, I want to be able to say hopefully when I'm like, 100 years old, I want to be endless day that you know I contribute to this world in a more love and fight. Julie, I think we have the number One fan on the phone from Jasmine Surprise. Guzman. We have a fan. We have Cindy from Connecticut. Okay, Here's first in high, jasmine. One of you. I am one of your fans. I think you're just awesome. You're awesome human being and I want to ask you. Why is it that transgender are people that are so wonderful? They are kind. And really. They make me very happy when I'm with him. I just wanted you to know what support you have money and thank you so much. Asked You like your legs A beautiful You are a beautiful human being inside and out. And I want to know when you make up. Give me a hint. A little hint of what you do. Maybe prick look so beautiful. First of all, I just want to say your energy is beautiful and thank you for sure. Like Thank you do the best. I really wish you the best because It's so wonderful to hear this program that helps other people with their lives. And you're so awesome that though I have to say, I say, bless you that she was well, bars make up..
"caroline lee" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"But you need to think of long term solutions. Many businesses felt like, Look, just give me some cash so I can weather this storm. I just have to get through this right. I just have to wait this out. And one of the big message is that we're trying to get out to people is that This level of change isn't going away. It's really urgent that we give people the mindset in the skill set to become more agile and adaptive, because that's going to be required from here on out. If our businesses are going to make it. The coaching they provide revolves around creativity, ingenuity, experimenting and pivoting to a service. What people want and can actually use Right now. This is not a client. But a great story to learn from a friend of mine's daughter was baby sitter. Baby sitting is pretty much dried up, which is nectar and some money, So she Decided to start dressing up like Elsa because what she realizes that she wasn't in the business of just watching people's kids. She was in the business of delighting people's kids so she would dress up like Elsa and drive by the house and just wave the word spread, and she was getting all kinds of deals this way that earned her so much more than baby sitting ever did, Jen says. It's about creating experiences. Not just selling a product is a small hotel in L. A It's kind of a dingy old hotel, but they are fully booked year round. And the reason is because they had this special thing where there's ah, white phone out by the pool and you pick it up and you order Popsicle and someone comes out dressed in a suit and with white gloves and delivers your Popsicle. It's a silly thing, and it works. Lin Wood's Caroline Lee Co. Owns Chef Dane Catering. And here and there by Chef Dane Food truck. You know, I think our last large catering event was about the 10th of March by mid March. You know we have no catering events. When Caroline had a zoom call with Jen and two of her colleagues for the coaching session, she was told that she's not a catering business. She's in the business of delighting people with food. So Caroline and her husband, Dane, started parking the food truck in neighborhoods providing food for families instead of office work. It's an empty office buildings looking at things like you know, Petey, A's in school groups that might need support with school meal programs for families that are busy and their philosophy and their questions were more not. What can we do to keep you open? It was how capable are you? And how much business can you handle as they saw so much potential? It just sort of gave me a little bit of spark That spark might be the most important part of the coaching. These business owners are exhausted. Many of them have laid off staff, and they're doing the work themselves. They're scared and stressed, and it's hard to be creative and execute new plans. When your head's not in the game. It's huge. I mean, that's like 80% making good sound business decisions and stuff. It's hard when you're so stressed, and you can't think story. Carol Ann says she wishes she had asked for help way back before the pandemic so she could explore new business ideas and general its owners to stop focusing on trying to go back to the way things were because she points out, things weren't perfect than either. Owners were still exhausted to make an appointment with work for you. Manatee Goto my northwest dot com slash Rachel Bell to just start getting people to feel like they can do something that they're not helpless things. They're not completely out of control. There are things that they could be doing. It's a great idea, and it indicates that businesses need more than just an infusion of money to stay alive. Exactly. And, you know, she does a lot with different restaurants and everybody. You know if every paper has been writing about can list, which is arguably the fanciest restaurant in Seattle because they have been so inventive during the pandemic, and that's kind of What it all comes down to is, if you're a good business person, or if you're a good cook. Now you have to be more than that. Now you have to be an idea person because Canlas has sold out every meal because they do fun. Things like online. Bingo. They do theme nights. They did a drive in movie night. You know, when you get your food delivered, it comes with a rose and then a link toe watch their piano player playing. You know all these kinds of things. I mean, I get emails all the time from restaurants. There's Jack's barbecue. They're now doing cooking classes. Virtually which you could make quite a bit of money doing that. So, yeah, you kind of can't stick to the old model if you want to make the same amount of money. Thanks, Rachel. Thank you. 8 33 real time traffic.
"caroline lee" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Noory next hour Caroline Lee joins us as we talk about our upcoming work wisdom from the spirit world so get ready for that and of course Thomas got some information for you coast insiders and the art bell vaults time salute Lee the art bell vault continues to provide classic audio never disappoints in this week is no exception so we're gonna focus on conversations with noteworthy musicians a couple of really cool shows we go back to to art spoke with Eric burden the lead singer of the legendary rock band the animals spoke about his life in his remarkable career there we go back to October of two thousand one for another show where art spoke with musician crystal Gayle who debuted on that show her song midnight in the desert which he specifically wrote and recorded for art so these are classic audio great shows all heard without interruptions and how do you hear this classic audio you ask very simple answer just head over to the coast to coast AM dot com website become an insider it's just fifteen cents a day well you're absolutely right and we've got a group of insiders who would love to tell you about it I love being a custom cider I travel a lot I can always have money shows I download them on my part cast in never miss a thing and every show I learned at least one thing Hey this is but I'm a coast to coast insider not tell you what it's a great thing for me here in West Virginia we get inundated with snow but it doesn't matter as long as we have our provisions I've got five years of coast because programs to play this time was mentioning that's only fifteen cents a day and you can sign up are going to coast to coast AM dot com at the top of the navigation barge as Coast insider clipped out than just fill out the information stem cell technology continues to do.
"caroline lee" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"That in Sweden they profess to risk calling for cannibalism as a viable way to save the planet cannibalism cannibalism global warming the idiots say is to blame for virtually every problem on earth every bit of whether that happens bending straws in cal's will supposedly stop it and of course trump to them is the cause of everything wrong just being white makes you a white supremacist and a racist the border is being erased people break the law and don't go to jail suppose it anti fascists use fascist tactics to shut down free speech the push to accept that there are dozens of genders well horses are now allowed on planes is confident of moles the yearly orgy at burning man is celebrated marijuana is going to save everyone's life bombs are allowed to defecate on so I'd works as an example of the first amendment junkies a given needles the should up safely cops are having milk thrown on them safe spaces on college campuses there's so much more about the mass hysteria and madness of our times this my friends is the world gone insane I'm going to digress now to a different type of story but it plays into exactly what I am talking about when I was a teenager one of my favorite actresses was Caroline Lee who died at the age of seventy seven when I look at her in early movies I see class and elegance I look back and I see the movie she was in and out she carried herself and I see that is no longer the case in today's society that's the way they wore Grace Kelly Tippi Hedren orgy Hepburn Lauren Bacall Ingrid Bergman Donna reed Doris Day there are many more who when you saw them on the screen or in public they carried themselves respectfully confidently strongly yet still maintain their femininity they were our role models those were the women we wanted to marry those were the women girls wanted to become they were the women that young men could aspire to married have a family with that young girls could look up to them as role models of how matter of how to act and parents could see that their daughters would become like them or their sons marrying them now not to say that they were all perfect behind closed doors were horrible who knows it's the way they carry themselves in public that I am addressing but what we have now in public women will become famous because they had a sex tape on the internet once we show you everything they can on TV and on every social media platform imaginable wants a divorce after six months only to start dating a member of the same gender in order to get more attention they're trying to be trash your and dirtier and more vulgar than the next slot and it's all accepted as normal think about what this is doing to our daughters into our sons the sick the generous to run Hollywood did this now look sick the generous always ran Hollywood but at least they didn't poison the population they kept behind closed doors and they projected family values but now the degenerates in Hollywood project anti family values and the more the generate the more violent the better nation has rejected god we rejected patriotism rejected history rejected science only to create a new religion and that is their religion of I can do whatever I want as long as I hate the nation and a traditional values and throw it I hate trump that religion also welcomes you to out do the craziest and same thing the person before you did we are now the dinosaurs going extinct as a result of a socialist he missed asteroid smashing into our nation wiping out everything good that we know to be America only the rats and cockroaches will survive we've gone from the madness of King Lear to the madness of our time and I fear what is yet to come can I ask you as I sit here on the savage nation what topic would you like to talk about and although I am talking about the madness of King Lear to the madness of our times at how things are not the way I would like them to be there are new stories out there that I will get to when I think it is appropriate right now I really don't think I want to jump cut to that but I will open the lines to any topic that you think I have not touched on or any topic that you think is really the most important topic for talk radio on today and also as a special treat I am a life coach again today so if you have a question about your life or relationship that you would like me to answer it doesn't matter what your age bracket as we take you from eight to eighty on the savage nation anyone underwriter over AT truthfully I'd rather you not because directly in the article but what the question I see if I get antsy I've only agent was and to offer you only age education a with them is what I can offer you I can offer you anything else I will not quote from a book I will not quote from anyone else's expertise I will just tell you what I think is the right thing to do okay that's the beginning of the show again the phone number is eight five five four hundred seven two eight two eight five five four hundred savage we will also talk about this cannibalism story today because it's really about as low as it gets the nexus necrophilia that will be coming out of Sweden Norway Finland perhaps but I don't know if you caught this but a Swedish social scientist as you well know there's no such thing as a social scientist it's all invention our is saying that eating other people after they die could be a main means of cook a controlling global warming see everything ties back to Bernie the madman now I don't know where this is going to go and maybe just say he's a psychopath in Sweden but if you look at the picture I posted with that you'll actually die from fear it shows somebody with forks through human hands sweeter side this proposes cannibalism to fight climate change not making this up madness of our times and I don't know what will soon here when people start eating corpses perhaps the life to come up with some ads for wolf Blitzer to read or Andy Cooper on CNN such as it's the other white meat or it tastes like chicken or good time great taste or one man's meat is another man's poison or perhaps we'll flexible come up with another one such as real food for real people perhaps speed but again I will say tastes so good cats ask for it by name or perhaps beat oh oh oh dork will say if you malicious or one of the other morons who think that global warming is a course by man and it's never occurred before in history or that the solution may be cannibalism we don't know what their phrases may be but we do know this they are certifiably insane all belong in a mental hospital I also introduced the idea of the life coach thing where all answer any of your questions he is the one that I don't I think it's a sarcastic question but Henry in San Fran thank you my friend what's on your mind today well Michael my question is I'm sixty three should I bother with women anymore four out of five women that I've had long term relationships with our debt stop it please it outright are you serious come on either a karma get your car every two are you making this up no not at all four four out of five recent girlfriends died from what from old age one was from cancer one got run over by a truck one one died when she was a heroin user lucky that didn't affect me in a negative way and still here and the other one dog just died natural causes who do you miss the do you miss the most the way out who do you miss the most the one we got run over by a truck I was gonna think the heroin addict but okay I was just guessing if you are surrounded by not jobs I you know I live here in Tijuana by the bay and I can't even put an American flag how do you how do you how do you find women altogether being a conservative in into you want to buy the bait you know if we weren't word of mouth I don't use the internet that's I think that's because this is a family show Henry please Henry this is a family show let's keep it let's keep it clean for the last last few women approach me for complete nuts liberal and that's jobs and I can't talk to the women here because they they you know you you mentioned that logic about global warming you mentioned about logic about any of this stuff you you try to show them fax them right away they hate you look at you like you're crazy yeah well that's because you're living in a lunatic asylum but I wants to this parity I think the years ago how to pick up liberal women in bookstores which I thought was hilarious but it's always been a well known among single men that you have to fake it with women especially a liberal cities most of these a liberal you know you can't ever exposure politics right off the bat you know that right so how do how do you meet people like online is that what you been doing our stop beating people I I don't even bother anymore I just is that a product of them dying or product of your lost interest in the opposite sex both you know I I mean I I just I'm I don't want to be end up as a care giver you know I will do you have your own property okay well okay that's another big factor where once a month when you that I live in a live out of the room where I'm surrounded by a big net jobs all right so what are you gonna do for the what what if you live to ninety I mean the the the medicine today and the way you sound like a healthy guy your life to live to eighty five what you gonna do not have a one for the next sixty years or twenty years you know I'll tell you something that I learned is more easier more lonely with the wrong one I mean and you know it you can have two minutes of joy with the right woman where you can have two minutes you can have lifelong misery with the wrong wrong let's stop it all you really have a lot of life experience that the show with the young ones you're probably driving more men away from marriage than any single color I've ever had have you ever been married no so you really never had the joys of parenthood no not at all no no two AM step on it on wet diapers or for one ticket note no three in the morning approaching the woman that you had had the hots for stepping in a wet diaper none of that yes my my life you never had the pleasure stepping on a rattle and and losing your your archer for the woman nothing like that when I was young you look and feel of plastic breaking underneath your arch not nice feeling at one in the morning that is nothing like that to keep your sex life alive is you know that kind of thing so all right so what are you gonna do nothing I I join a group of conservative group well I mean that come out you know you're not alone even in San Francisco the population is not as.
"caroline lee" Discussed on KCRW
"There and black ice have because multiple accidents a big rips a big rig slipped off the fourteen freeway into a snow covered embankment Kevin DS tells Casey TLA about another accident that he saw his car is left over and he was already outside of the cars luckily the passer Byers guy in the trailer truck actually climbed up on the on the car and help them out of there so I mean he's got a minor ages is got a couple cuts I would resist but me for the most part thank god that he's he's in one piece now looking ahead to the weekend we do expect some sunny skies for those are hitting the road before the new year there is a nother store system expected move in late Sunday and into Monday if you're thinking about adopting a dog a new California law may affect which one you pick starting next year all the option agencies must disclose a dog's bite history then you lost them from an incident that took place earlier this spring that's when a dog in riverside county bits a seven year old girl and rescue shelter the shelter has a history of adopting out dogs with violent pasts Allen dresses is the county chefs at it you've got there it is unfortunately one of many dog bite investigations that this county pursues on a yearly basis from from our standpoint is a sorry state of affairs that the incidents of this nature car Colin margin is a professional dog Walker in Sacramento he says behavior information is crucial when working with a new dog or when adopting one do they not like a certain type of dog do they not like people do they not like like a man or do they not like people with beards of hoodies the law requires shelters to disclose any by that's happened after the dog reaches the age of four months support for NPR comes from the willing to grant foundation supporting research to improve the lives of young people more information is available at W. T. grant foundation dot O. R. G. from NPR news this is All Things Considered I'm off the chain and I'm ari Shapiro North Korea Syria and Afghanistan all three of these countries have presented national security challenges to the US for years when twenty nineteen began there was some hope that this year could be different now that hope is nearly gone and here's Pentagon correspondent Tom Bowman is here to explain the ark of these relationships over the last year and what may be ahead in twenty twenty hi Tom they are let's start with North Korea earlier this year president trump became the first sitting U. S. president to step foot in that country he painted a rosy view of his relationship with leader Kim Jong un but by the end of this year there's no apparent progress toward a deal North Korea apparently never stop working on its missile program what happened well quite simply are re neither leader could deliver a what the other wanted trump wants to denuclearize the Korean peninsula Kim wants sanctions relief but many analysts believe North Korea will never give up its nuclear weapons because they're needed for regime survival in former national security adviser John Bolton has come around to that here is talking with our colleagues Steve Inskeep on morning edition just over a week ago the north Koreans are very happy to declare that they're going to give up their nuclear weapons program particularly when it's in exchange for tangible economic benefits but they never get around to doing it and I think the inescapable conclusion is they're happy to sell that same bridge over and over again but there's no serious chance they will ever voluntarily give it up so the big question for the trump administration is to the end up settling for something less in the coming year let's say a freeze on the north Korean program may be working more closely with China to curb north Korean actions and then North Korea gets some sanctions relief in return so no measurable progress in North Korea in Syria there was a notable victory in October special forces killed Abu Bakr al Baghdadi the leader of the Islamic state how big an impact has that had on the fight against ISIS it was an important success for the ministration Baghdadi was a charismatic leader US military officials say he's been replaced by a technocrat who just doesn't have the same power in vision the problem is ISIS still has thousands of fighters left in Syria and Iraq as well as tens of millions of dollars is still a threat in possibly growing US military officials say ISIS has a plan to recreate the caliphate over the next several years by mounting attacks assassinations and slowly grabbing more territory now with the U. S. has just under a thousand troops you're still working with their Kurdish allies to go after ISIS but there's no sense when the U. S. will leave this effort could last well into two thousand twenty and beyond finally Afghanistan where the US has been at war for almost two decades earlier this year there was talk of a possible peace deal and then in September president trump abruptly canceled bat what is the path ahead will American envoy Zalmay Khalilzad is expected to resume talks next month in Doha Qatar with the Taliban in interestingly tolo news network in Afghanistan is reporting the Taliban political leaders are agreeing to a ceasefire which is key Patel been military leaders are not on board yet this could be important ari a ceasefire and then you move toward a peace deal with the U. S. reductions in American troops then possibly talks between the Taliban and Afghan leaders but meanwhile the killing continues the US commander general Scott Miller is hammering the Taliban going after its leadership in particular and the Taliban are also mounting more more attacks in this we killed an American green beret Mike Goble he was a twentieth American killed this year and as always in war civilians or bearing the brunt of it the U. N. reports that civilian deaths are up this year mostly at the hands of the Taliban our Pentagon correspondent Tom Bowman with a look at the year in national security thanks Tom you're welcome since the Korean War ended in nineteen fifty three some two hundred thousand south Korean children were adopted by foreign families most of those families were American and here is Anthony kun reports from Seoul about one project that helps the adopted children tell their stories Denver based filmmakers Glenn and Julie Maurie recently came out with an audio video art installation for it they interviewed a hundred Korean adoptees Glenn is an adoptee himself his wife is knocked it is first and foremost a historical record of sixty plus years of intercountry adoption out of South Korea which set the precedent for intercountry adoption of other countries mori set out to record the history of the human de espera he also sought to better understand himself and what it means to be an ethnic Korean and involuntary immigrant to the U. S. mori says that his interview show that while the adoptees live start out in similar ways they turned out very differently yet you can see certain common threads connecting the stories one of them is this a sense of loss sadness and perhaps even trauma related to thinking about at war remember in some cases their time in Korea and how their lives got started I feel like I was sold I feel like I don't know why am I don't even know if my name is real my birth date Israel in Maurice project the interviewees are identified only by their year of birth and your of adoption this woman born in nineteen seventy nine talks about her separation from her birth family I'm pretty much cursed with this and that's why I'm mad because it wasn't my fault for the rest of my life I have to feel I don't love Lindh Maurice's there's another common thread running through his interviews the displacement and alienation of being raised and then as a Korean in a western country primarily surrounded by white culture and white society another interview we born in nineteen seventy four remembers her experiences there was another of family adopted two trillion top two kids too but I know I never feel like I could relate to them how to fill out those white I never thought I was like she Asia until later on in life Maurice own story fit seamlessly into the mosaic of interviews he created like many of his interview easy does not know who his birth parents are I was abandoned in Seoul as a newborn infant at the age of two weeks and I was abandoned soul to an orphanage and adopted six months later to a family in the U. S. and so my interest in this project is intensely personal the adoptee stories create an alternative to the narrative about adoptions put forward by adoption agencies and governments that narratives often portrays adoption as an active Christian charity whose recipients are the lucky ones many adoptees and Maurice film do express thanks for the happiness in opportunities that that option gave them but they don't all have such happy outcomes and experts say that south Korea's system of adoptions needs fixing to call the album a poor way if we ask whether the state has fulfilled its duty to protect children in Korean society we have to say that it is completely lost that opportunity that's Caroline Lee she used to be a south Korean official working on adoption policy she's now director of Amnesty International career she points out that according to international law children must not be separated from their parents unless a court rules it's in the kids' interest but South Korea has essentially robs children of legal protection she argues by leaving it to parents in adoption age and cease to make the decisions which south Korean courts simply rubber stamp she also argues in English that south Korea's government has allowed children's identities to be erased in order to make them more adoptable day you were made or fun actually in a these kids were not on the top teeth they were just the lever to the United States no such a thing that he can score a on option procedure Lee says adoptees are often deprived of their right to a name and nationality and family information because birth records are often falsified this makes the children more adoptable it also makes it harder for them to know who they are and where they came from some Chung Chun an official with the ministry of health and welfare declined to be interviewed he said by email that since reforms in twenty thirteen the government has improved court hearings official oversight and management of records in order to protect the donkeys rights but Caroline Lee's says reforms have failed to fix the problem good will cripple beat the adoption law even after many amendments to this day is basically saw law that produces orphans the government has been motivated she adds by the drive to make money and reduce its welfare burden she says and the desire to courage stigmatized groups such as children who are of mixed race born out of wedlock or disabled but Glen Morey says he did not undertake his oral history project with overhauling the south Korean adoption system in mind I'm a storyteller I believe in the power of human stories to create empathy and I believe that's what the stories do do they direct us toward better policy decisions I don't know that's for someone else to decide but I know that these stories can create more empathy for the lives of these folks have left Morey's interviews encompassed the nearly seven decade long history of Korean international adoptions a lot has changed during that time South Korea has grown wealthy attitudes towards immigration and race in the US of of all but morning says that the key elements of adoptees stories particularly the lifelong search for identity remained largely the same in South Korea continues to send it out to ease overseas although at a slower rate than at the peak in the nineteen eighties Anthony Kim on NPR news soul or or Christmas is over and by now if you've got a real tree it's probably dropping needles and about ready to move out of your living room one eco friendly recommendation for treatise Bozell is to throw on your compost pile to decompose at the Minnesota department of agriculture cautions against that if your tree was grown outside your statement could harbor unwanted guests Elizabeth Dunbar Minnesota public radio explains invasive species that are present in other states might actually hits right on those Christmas trees and up being trucked into Minnesota and then spreading here so if you don't know where your tree came from or if you know it came from out of state your best option really might be trashing your tree even if that feels a little wrong take it to the curb and if you don't have organized collection in your area you can burn greenery to make sure that those insects or other pasts aren't spreading around and getting into other plants and trees several states make similar recommendations so if you don't have a local tree take this advice from the Wisconsin department of agriculture trade and consumer protection baguette and your reef two and kick it to the curb.
"caroline lee" Discussed on WSB-AM
"A young Caroline Lee she is one fine and it was very sad for me because if you don't remember the movie and by the way decide to venture is I still think a damn good movie I watched it about two years ago I I I really I think it's a great movie I'm in say great but it's a it's a fun movie it's a good movie gene Hackman plays a a priest who's decided we're all gonna die he's a different kind of previous like he's a really gives easy did he does his sermon he's a guest I think on the on the cruise ship in his this really negative you know yeah we're all gonna die kind of thing before the ship even roles I want to have this sort of really kind of bizarre earnest board nines worried about his horn wife was really and I I I in I enjoy the film and Carol Lynley yes. check out beside a mentor there's a I remember the next time that happened to me was when John via blue Jules was trapped in the elevator shaft in coma I can take you through my whole but all the seventies were a younger disaster everybody everybody has slipped his woman told us to say is I was sad watch the decided not to because spoiler alert her brothers in the band and he dies cited me to anybody in the airplane seventeen airport seventy seven that you of with I would like to see Jack Lemmon underneath the ocean liner seventy seven seventy nine was was a S. S. T. that was dad cord that was dad Brady was in that one and I never like to see the father the Brady bunch in peril now because you know well we will get into his personal life was good math one understand let's do this even more.
"caroline lee" Discussed on KTOK
"Newsradio one thousand KT, okay. This is well preserved with Eunice Corey, hey, you guys out there, pay attention. I just drove in from Belle isle, and there's a lot of water on the street. I thought it was going to have to get Noah to bring me down here to fifty pin place today. So seriously, be careful today. It's a little bit treacherous out there on the street. The Tahoe could make it. But if you're in a small car, I would be sitting at home, darling. I would not be out there on the street for sure. Live in the studio with me today. I have two people that forged and this morning. I have Kathy survived. She is from the healthy living center. Good morning, Kathy. Good morning machinists and have Derek by lease and you are with the Oklahoma Methodist conference. And we have an exciting event coming up next week that we're gonna be talking about. So. I thank you both for getting in today because we could have probably if we had a sponge, and a so we could had a an amazing cold shower. Yeah. All you have to do is stand out for about five minutes as always on, well preserved we do a well preserved Soleil when I need someone who loves their job. I always ask, why are well preserved salute today responded to my question on why she loves her job. Caroline quickly said she loves the people and number two, she said, I get to meet so many different people. And number three. She said, I absolutely love knowing that I can make someone have a better day that pretty much sums up. Caroline Lee.
"caroline lee" Discussed on WBAI
"Hugh. You. I'm staying on Mike. Krim? Road. Then watch the world. Start com. The world you can. Watch the world. Star come on. And we will continue to here from Maryland. May we have been celebrating Maryland may everything old is new again, you're gonna hear from me and a quite unusual version. You know, I love to play the more unusual versions of step to the rear. The song originally written by Elmer Bernstein and Caroline Lee. It was a hit for Marilyn the original recording with the original Lear back in nineteen sixty seven here. She does she's quite she's quite an. Interesting. Lyricist in our own, right. She changes those lyrics around quite well doesn't nice job. I love Marilyn may I hope to have her up here in the studios again at some point in time. For more information on Maryland may and her music. Visit our website that playlist will be up tomorrow morning. Okay. So check it out then I'll also posted all on Facebook and Twitter and so forth. And so on. Well, it's time for me to say goodbye. So let me remind you that next week on the broadcast..
"caroline lee" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Rhode Island native on August. Fourteenth nineteen Forty-five VJ at word Japan had surrendered to the United States, George Mendosa grabbed a woman in a nurse's uniform, Greta Zimmer Friedman in Times Square and kissed her. Alfred Eisenstaedt was there with a camera and snap. The iconic photograph published in life magazine, it took decades for technology to confirm it was him. But Mendosa had always said he just couldn't help himself Friedman died two years ago at ninety two at now Mendosa has died two days shy of his ninety sixth birthday his daughter said he'd been living in Rhode Island with his wife of seventy years. Aaron Katersky ABC news, New York, New York, socialite Lee Radziwill sister of Jackie Kennedy has died at the age of eighty five more from Julie Walker. Born Caroline Lee bow VA in nineteen thirty-three in New York. The husky voiced socialite shared her sister. Jackie O's, dark wide set eyes and high cheekbones as well as an affinity for fashion and jet-setting she worked briefly as an actress made forays into interior, decorating and fashion event planning ended fashion PR Lee Radziwill was married three times and leaves behind a daughter, Anna, Christina, she also had a son Anthony who died of cancer. Julie Walker New York and the oldest bar in New York City is celebrating a birthday McSorley is old ale house in the east village turned one hundred and sixty five this weekend has been through the civil war. The great depression nine eleven sign in the window reads. We were here before you were born. It's five twenty seven..
"caroline lee" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Lee Radziwill, the stylish socialite who made friends worldwide, even as she bonded and competed with her older sister, Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis has died at eighty five Anna, Christina Radziwill tells the New York Times her mother died Friday of what she describes as natural causes. The latest story comes from correspondent Juliet Walker. Born Caroline Lee bow VA in nineteen thirty-three in New York. The husky voice socialite shared her sister. Jackie O's, dark wide set eyes and high cheekbones as well as an affinity for fashion and jet-setting she worked briefly as an actress made forays into interior, decorating and fashion event planning ended fashion PR Lee Radziwill was married three times and leaves behind a daughter, Anna, Christina, she also had a son Anthony who died of cancer. Julie Walker New York checkout. More on these stories at townhall dot com. I'm Rhonda rock stra. The show you can. Listen to anyway, like you could wear what you like or you can wear nothing at all. And you can sit or stand or even squawk squad. I'm squatting. And now your host Tacna, man. Plotting. I wanted to start on an up note. Thank you for squatting. Todd. Thank.
"caroline lee" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Political costs. Also, former manager for the Trump campaign, Paul Manafort may spend the rest of his life imprison special counsel, Robert Mueller's office has filed they have filed papers and court revealing that Manafort could face more than nineteen years behind bars on charges of tax and Bank fraud, they younger sister, a former first lady Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis has died Lee Radziwill passed away in her home in Manhattan of natural causes. She was born Caroline Lee movie back in nineteen thirty three four years after her sister. Jackie Lee Radziwill was eighty-five as former cardinal Theodore McCarrick has been defrocked found guilty by the Vatican of sex abuse calls are now rising this weekend for pope Francis. Step up and reveal what he knew about the once powerful prelates, apparently decade-long predatory sexual behavior. WBZ TV's Jim Smith talks with a Boston attorney. He represents clergy sex abuse. Victims Garabedian is not impressed by the pope's action against the former cardinal. He calls it spin control. When you have a high ranking official one of the highest ranking officials in the United States and archbishop sexually abusing children. And that tells you how rotten to the core of the problem is the now eighty eight year old McCarrick was accused of sexually abusing a teenager more than fifty years ago and later misconduct with adult seminarians the allegations. Go back to win McCarrick was rising to the top of the American Catholic church. Here's McCarrick in two thousand and two Chris. Wanting to handling of the clergy sex abuse crisis on the right road. Now. I think that we're in something where we can guarantee of the United States that that we're in control. This will never happen again any while the archbishop of.
"caroline lee" Discussed on Dr. Caroline Leaf
"To look for the words and recognize him. And then choose choose the onset, and that's not leading the leading to me for learning that we rote memorization is actually very damaging to the brain. So we want to be very careful how we use rote memorization. And then the loss myth that. We're going to handle today is the method intelligence is predetermined meaning that you intelligence is fixed. But that's not what the research says the research about the mid nineties showed that intelligence is definitely not ext or static or genetically determined intelligence is to Termine by each individual person in how they use the mind. So the more you sink feel ensues in determined intentional and deliberate way. To learn information and understand that the more you will increase intelligence. So your intelligence is in your hands with the Smith come from back in the sixties seventies and eighties. They didn't believe that the brain could change. It was a belief that uniquely intelligence is predetermined. So you either headed or your didn't. And it was a very negative era. Followed up with the Accu tasting era, which is actually also been completely disproved the stage at people. Measure you and say, well, you have X Accu and you can go to university. Will you intelligent? You're not intelligent, but things like Accu tastes are very static. It's like taking a photograph. It's a snapshot of how you happen to be at that moment. But it says nothing about your potential. So now, we be intelligence as something that is dynamic that is ongoing, and that is very much up to the person to develop a lot of research shows that people can come from very negative backgrounds with abuse sent all kinds of Thomas, and they can be low functioning in schools. But once you helped him do with tumors, and you expose them to learning how to learn and expose them to knowledge in help them to learn in a meaningful way and understand stand. They work. They tillage inste- completely changes and they start rowing in the wisdom. So the truth is at the more. We think deeply about what we are reading and learning the more intelligent. We become intelligence is directly relates to how we both name which can change develop end ro. I hope you've enjoyed this inflammation today. You can find lots more about this in my book includes succeed. Thank you for joining me on Dr Caroline Lee..