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All About Phobias
"Think so much for joining me for session. One forty three of the therapy for black girls podcast. In today's session. We're talking all about phobias and joining us for this. Conversation is Indiana Jones. Mendis is a licensed clinical social worker and Founder of Asha Counseling in coaching LLC. Which is a group practice with locations in Chicago Illinois? She's passionate about helping individuals overcome their fears and live life to the fullest Mandy sent. I chatted about what will be are and how they're different from my everyday fears. Some common misconceptions about phobias how they impact multiple areas of person's life. And how phobias are treated if you hear something that resonates with you are listening. Please share with us on social media using the HASHTAG. Tb In session. Here's our conversation joining us today. Mandy thank you so much for having me. This is such an incredible opportunity. I'm a member of the therapy for black girls community. I'm just so grateful for this platform art. You're doing well. I am grateful for all of you who are members of the community and makes the work. So incredibly rewarding. So I'm grateful for you so I'm happy to have you here to talk with us today about phobias. There are lots of questions. Typically in the community about all of the different ways that anxiety presents and we have not touched on phobias specifically some really happy to have you here to talk more about that is. This is what your specialty areas. Can you start by just telling us? What a phobia is and how it might be different than are like everyday worries and fears. Yeah this really happy to talk about this topic. Because actually before asset down to this interview one of the receptionist in my workspace she was talking about her phobia of dogs and how it has impacted her career so just to talk about phobias. It's a bag. Notable middle disorder is a type of anxiety disorder that causes an individual to experience extreme irrational fear about a situation living creature place or object. The person will experience intense distress. When they're faced with the source of their fall via is so funny that you mention the receptionist with the dog will be. I A pretty intense dog phobia. When I was younger. It could not be around and had never had a bad experience or anything with dogs until one of my friends during first jobs together. She had two dogs that I fell in love with and so that kind of cured. Me Of a phobia and now I have two dogs of my own. I'm glad you brought that up because I had that on my list of chat with you about because I think that that is one of the ones that we often see and that feels like people are very dismissive of it right like it's like. Oh this is just a dog. It's not GONNA do anything. Dog is not GONNA DO ANYTHING. You're right. People are very dismissive but it. This is a diagnosed mental disorder for people who have phobias it really impacts their lives. I have a phobia as well. So I say is four legged animals but particularly cats wear. I Will Avoi- places where I believe that there is a cat or see a cat in this very very common in the Black Community. Specifically related to animals. You mean just obvious. In general got it though they. They say they don't know exactly. How obvious are 'cause I mean. Sometimes we do have experiences where we are. You know maybe attacked by animal had a traumatic experience. I can water or something like that but a Lotta Times. The phobia is genetic in pass through Okay so it makes sense that if we've seen like parents or loved ones can be struggling with will be is that is something that we might struggle with as will buy because our parents sometimes will reinforce that phobia so if you have a parrot. That's afraid of dogs. For whatever reason you might hear or witness your your parent afraid and therefore you take on that. Fear Yourself Got It okay. So are there things that you feel like are commonly misunderstood about phobia? So we've already touched a little bit about how people will sometimes we'll minimize like. Oh that's not a big deal but are there other things that are commonly misunderstood understanding the difference between a normal fear and phobia? We all have ears in some anxieties. What a phobia is when we actually rearrange our lives to avoid that phobia so for example you know we all may feel a little nervous anxious overflying especially if the weather is bad at their term limits you know our stomachs may drop in. May Be uncomfortable but a phobia person who fear flying phobia. Flying wouldn't go to their best friends wedding on an island because they're afraid to fly there so that is the difference in that people. I think you know having a phobia myself people not understanding that we don't WanNa be afraid and we don't own avoid these situations but the fear in our minds out ways the benefit of going to the wedding or going to someone's house with a cat or swimming in the ocean right And I think that that's a great example. Ray because I think if you don't show go with a phobia or you know if you're not really kind of up on like what it means to have a phobia you don't understand how this can impact someone's life so a decision about whether. I'm going to travel to a friend's wedding but I would imagine that even more everyday occurrences may be impacted because of phobias. Can you talk more about? Maybe some of those things that people might not even recognize that they're doing because a phobia is well. One thing is job opportunity so does using a dog example. We've had gift my husband with the Palatine by for Christmas. And they come in and they set that up one of the women who said enough the bike before she entered the home as if they were any pet and of course. We don't have any s a socio constable and I thought about her later. What does she do you know she? She described her dogs. And all of that and I thought about what? What does she do what she goes to? Someone's home and that have. Some people are very protective of their pets. Feel their pets are part of the household and do not want to put them up and so what happens to her in her job. Opportunity you know. Does she quit does she? Avoid one work day or if you you know keep an on employment You know what if you have a fear of elevators height and your offer the opportunity in a building you know in the offices on the floor and sometimes people will avoid not take the job so it really impacts people every day on big decisions such as their jobs. Then you know I think about myself you know the fear. My daughter's school. There was a a cat little neighborhood. Cats that the kids were feeding an address Taking her to school because the cat in everyone will say that You know the castlerock on by the in I really had to. I had to stand across the street and ask someone else Walker in the building because I was terrified. Yes even everyday things like that like you mentioned that you just might not even think about but that takes so much of your like emotional energy and really I would imagine it also impact your mood for the rest of the right. Yes and just the thought of having to face this you know once I realized with the cat that okay. This cat is going to be around. And they're feeding the cat. Every morning I woke up with this dread of taking my daughter to school. Because I'm thinking about this cat you know Thing ABOUT PHOBIAS. That it overtakes our thoughts and we're constantly thinking about it and worrying about it and like you said you know expanding that emotional energy on something that really when we think about it is anything that we really shouldn't be afraid of I mean but of course that's the way that anxiety works right. Is that even though if you are not struggling with anxiety the threat me look like it's not an actual threat but in your mind he's very much like a real threat exactly. Yeah Yeah. And that's the part. I think that is often misunderstood. If you're somebody who has struggled with anxiety in one way or another it may feel like oh just go bring your daughter to school right like the kid is not going to bother you but in your mind it feels like a very real kind of a risk in a threat situation. Yes that's from. Our flight and fight response is that we feel. We'RE IN DANGER. And we will have physical symptoms when we are experiencing or exposed to that threat of the phone via you know we may feel our heart rate elevated may sweat we may you know. Have all types of physical symptoms because of it.
"castlerock" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"Has been through struggles such as you and to see that in a way that they can also get back in different ways shoulder. The one that you can do the same thing that is vibes Jack, hyper, so spring snow didn't stop graduation at one high school in Colorado, kids Ponderosa, high school in the town of Castlerock got their diplomas yesterday with big wet snowflakes coming down all around them. We'll students had time to dig out there snow-boots some just refuse to accept the weather. Others gave in wearing gloves and hats underneath their mortar boards, despite freezing in the stands families. Didn't budge if graduation memorable, you know, you're going to remember this. The page family found a way to distract from the coal. They dressed head to toe as minions a surprise for their son, Matthew and their niece. We've planned this for like three March, and my son had no idea. They did the same thing when there two oldest graduated from Ponderosa CBS reporter, Jamie lyric Castlerock, just south of Denver. They got six inches of snow yesterday. So the team that knocked off the Dallas Stars out of the playoffs so don't feel too bad because now they will be playing for the Stanley Cup. Well, the believes finish off this, and they sharks last night, too. Now they play the Boston Bruins for the Cup game. One will be next Monday night in his you heard it has been forty nine years since the blues, even played for the cop. They've never won it, and this is kind of funny in this will go into a little bit. We're talking about the next block. The office he had Jennifer and John Kaczynski. Pam.
"castlerock" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Equipment, check out the full lineup at your local steel dealer. Colorado's morning news here at six fifty. We're going to be doing traffic and weather together and talk sports betting as well into traffic piece of things I John Morrison. Coming from Lakewood eastbound sixth avenue, pretty heavy from Wadsworth through Sheridan this morning. It's a foggy drive on the west side of town up into the foothills and a real snowy slick drive on I seventy as you make your way up into the mountains. So expect chain laws and traction laws and Anna very wintery drive on that I seventy drive as you pass c four seventy heading up toward Morrison than on into Idaho springs. Your drive this morning coming up from Castro not bad on I twenty five but south of Castlerock, it is the worst. You're backed up before larks. There's a crash at Toma road. It's got northbound I twenty five completely blocked off traffic being pushed onto the frontage road. And that's just that's like a cork in a bottle. You just can't get that many cars through there. So big backups miles of backups on northbound I twenty five coming up starts before large all the way up through Toma road here. In town. We had a closure of Evans at Holly just east of I twenty five bad crash. There looks like that has reopened. You've got heavy traffic everywhere. Southbound two to five heavy from park road into the tech center crash on the flyover ramp. From Parker onto southbound two to five that's being cleared. Seventies. Real busy between twenty five and two to five to seventies load up in both directions at westbound, I seventy six drive very heavy from eighty eighth coming down toward two seventy and I twenty five and I twenty five through downtown Israel crowded. This report is sponsored by belco for limited time get a fixed rate lower than four percents APR on a bilko home equity choice line advance of ten thousand dollars or more. Visit belco dot org membership eligibility required. Equal housing opportunity. All loans subject to approval, belco. Banking for everyone next update. Seven o'clock KOA NewsRadio. Colorado's news, traffic and weather station. Colorado's weather center at CVS for rain is in the forecast again today for Denver in the front range, maybe rumble thunder.
"castlerock" Discussed on Chat Sematary
"Made the movie about their relationship, and then making this this fear big because symbolically I wonder what is the purpose of the story. If it's if it's a couple as in the movie that are, you know, that the the man is afraid of committing. Well, could this be that these kids represent a fear of parenthood that it's like, oh while if commit to you, and we try and have a family now, we're running into all these killer kids. This is like my fear made flesh. That's an interesting angle. But but the movie never explores anything like that. It seems like it was just like Oku creepy rural setting and killer kids and some supernatural stuff. We gotta have in there because it Stephen King and everybody expects there to be something supernatural instead of exploring what I think some of the more interesting parts of the movie could be and one of those interesting parts, even though it's not done so affectively by the end of the movie is this entire mythology about he who walks behind the rows. Right. That is that's an interesting thing to explore. But I don't think the movie ever really has has a genuine interest in doing that. What do you think about the town in general because one of the things that Stephen King has really been able to do over the years with his books is make these towns feel like? Characters we know Castlerock, very, well, we know dairy very well. And those are the towns that really stick in your memory when it comes to Stephen King stories, but you know, outside of the overlook hotel in the shining, if anything takes place outside of Maine, it doesn't seem to have quite the same impact. And I don't know if that's just because Stephen King is so intensely familiar with main that he's much more able to make these towns feel like characters because he's familiar with the area..
"castlerock" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"South Castlerock to that road work at Toma road backups all the way back into Castle Rock well past plump, plump creek Parkway, CBS, four weather, partly sunny. High of sixty partly cloudy tonight, low thirty three scattered showers and storms tomorrow, high sixty again mid fifties for Wednesday right now, fifty five degrees. This report sponsored by invisible, fence dot com, and visible fence brand has a deal for you. One hundred fifty dollars off their boundary plus technology boundary plus gives your pets access to your entire yard with complete protection against escapes. Get a free estimate on the safest pet containment available. Good invisible, fence dot com. I'm Rick Morgan on. KOA newsradio. Colorado's news, traffic weather station. So last night you thought a little romance was in the air until you're erectile dysfunction gotten away. Maybe tried and didn't happen. Maybe it took a pill and it just worked. Okay. Or it didn't work at all. Or maybe if you're like a lot of guys you just didn't do it is time to stop pretending your ED isn't a problem. It's time to make the appointment. That's changed thousands of men's lives right here in the front range. It's time for you to call the Rocky Mountain men's clinic. Listen, you want the best solution for your individual medical situation because your health matters, and because pills and herbals often don't work that. Well, the Rocky Mountain men's clinic has variety of treatment options, and they have combinations of treatments that if you're like most men could have it working like it hasn't worked in years seriously. Like it hasn't worked in years get treated with the right treatment for you. Call the Rocky Mountain men's clinic today at seven two zero four four zero seventy nine hundred that's seven two zero four four zero seventy nine hundred or go to Rocky Mountain men's clinic dot com. Rocky Mountain men's clinic dot com. KOA.
Disney+ streaming service gets a new name, logo, and more confirmed content
"You know, I I've been wondering since Disney announced the streaming service, and this, you know, this deal with FOX going, you know, apparently going through, you know, what would be left for who with the Disney streaming service launching. But now that we know that the Disney streaming services going to be split up into right now five categories, National Geographic, Star Wars marvel Pixar in Disney that doesn't seem to include like ABC in the other like, you know, TD networks. I mean that Content's probably going to go on Hulu, not that anybody said anything about that. But. Chris I'm wondering, you probably watch more content that both mean been combined. Are you nervous? But what's going to happen too? I mean. Maybe you know, I don't think never happens now like Hulu content just going to go up in smoke. The way film struck is unfortunately, but yeah, I'm not really sure I mean, you know, I do like Hulu, I don't mind the interface so much. So I guess it's it's really a wait and see sort of thing. What do you think about the original programming on who is thus far? I haven't seen a lot of it. But the the stuff I've watched I liked I really liked Castlerock. I've loved the looming tower, which is another one of their shows. So it's they're slowly building their own lineup. It's not quite as good as net flicks yet. And I don't think it's quite as buzz about like, I really like the show they made call the first about going to Mars with Sean Penn. But I haven't seen anyone talk. I really don't know if they're having as much impact as they should be. It's weird for me, the Hulu original programming fuels more like network to login than it does like cable or premium like cable programming like Netflix, and, you know, aim see in the HBO that kind of stuff Ben do you have any experience originals? Yeah. I mean, I watched the Handmaid's tale. That's the big one that I've seen every episode of that one certainly doesn't seem like something that looked be on network TV. But I think. Really? I don't know for me. I haven't really watched much of their original stuff beyond that. I've seen some of the episodes of the Mindy project, which Hulu saved after NBC cancelled it, but yeah, I haven't really gotten a chance added a bunch of stuff to Mike you there. But it's sort of like the the third or fourth thing that I check through when I'm looking to watch something I'll I'll go to my DVR first. And then I'll go to like Netflix, and then check down to, you know, HBO go or something like that. And then go to Hulu, and so, yeah, there's still a lot there that I haven't something my teeth into yet is hint speeds tail the the loan esteem show original show who at this point. I can't think of anything else I can have them. And I can't think I mean Castlerock had a lot of hype around it. But I don't think that's like prestige. Yeah. That's not going to be. I don't think we're going to see a lot of that with the word season and stuff that. Yeah. It'll be interesting. What happens to? Who and also wear Twentieth Century, Fox falls into this. Because we don't know, you know, we we've heard that wants to keep this Disney streaming service this Disney. Plus, I don't like this name had been. I know Ben you like it. But like what does that even mean Disney? Plus, it's like more than Disney. Yeah. It's I don't know. Google. Plus to me, isn't that like a thing like Google, plus or my remembering something wrong that was a thing. Thing. Of. No, it's a. I'm wondering if Twentieth Century Fox could, you know, become the six brand in that Disney streaming service, or if the the FOX content might somehow fall into who in some way, like is that too is it to adult is it above the family friendly threshold, then Disney wants to keep on the streaming service. Yeah. Like would they include some of that stuff in the Disney category? Because that you know, the just the word Disney sort of implies family friendly. So yeah, I can see what you're talking about there that might be a problem. But then it's Disney. Plus, so it could be more than just Disney. Right. Yeah. Disney after door to that. Time..
"castlerock" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"South of Castlerock at how many deaths have been attributed to the express lane construction going into the third year north of one hundred and twentieth avenue. I'm not a fan of taxpayer funded express lane construction is that something you guys look at or anticipate or you just kind of open for the best there. No. The first of all let's remember why we're doing the the gap project, which is I twenty five south right in the first place. It's because of the record of crashes on that corridor today, the loss of life of two state patrol officers that were just eighty are. They're pulling over, you know, some other people that's why that project is being done along with improving travel time reliability. And that's why an express lane is being is is being built the there is no evidence that that fatalities are larger in express Lane's than than general purpose lanes. It's you know, the questioners commenters question is about. Just not doesn't like express lanes. I understand that. Right. I understand people that say, you know, this is paid for we shouldn't pay for tolls as well. The fact is the highway improvements in I haven't been paid for the original highway was paid for sixty years ago. Right and the improvement to die. We haven't been paid for it hasn't been funded. Right. So that's why we're doing it. So let me ask you one more. In is the intersection of Quebec and cherry creek drive south because this person said it's horribly dangerous. There's no green arrow when turning left northbound Quebec on cherry creek drive. And there have been horrible accidents who can be notified, and what's the process to have a left, turn arrow considered..
"castlerock" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Castlerock. Also, seeing some heavier rain showers down towards the monument area. So if you gotta travel on that stretch pack, your patience with rain showers, and that gap project delays there. Otherwise, the drive across town is in fairly decent shape. And remember Nissan intelligent mobility can help guide you around trouble in your morning commute. This report spa. The extra Jin temporalscanner thermometer. Not knowing the difference between a cold and the flu can be frightening by using the extra temporal scanner thermometer. This Halloween, you won't be tricked by east Buki symptoms next update at five thirty on KOA. Newsradio. Colorado's news, traffic and weather station. Good Wednesday morning. A little bit of drizzle, perhaps even a light rain shower or two here early this morning by nine ten AM at the latest doll. This should be out of here. Skies will gradually decrease the clouds will gradually decrease this afternoon that is with a high temperature tape sixty two degrees tonight, a few clouds. Stay mild for October lows only in the forties tomorrow, sunny and breezy with a high of sixty five sunny skies on Friday with a high of sixty eight close to seventy with sunshine on Saturday and then sending on Sunday, but cooler high right around fifty eight from CBS four master Terry on KOA, NewsRadio eight fifty AM and ninety four one FM clouds this morning. Forty eight degrees in Denver. KOA sounds great around town on FM. But whenever I can I am headed up to the mountains, and I can still get KOA and eight fifty AM the news, weather and traffic you need around town and around Colorado, KOA, NewsRadio ES jobs dot com. Now on Colorado's morning news..
"castlerock" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"And weather together every ten minutes on the tens John Morsi out there in the KOA jet copter. Any better out there yet? Yeah. A couple of places it is let's start on the north side. Southbound I twenty five crash Parkway has gone. You're in pretty good shape on this drive on the north side. Rest bound to seventy has reopened the right lane was blocked by merger. Roadwork was a heck of a pothole they couldn't le-. Let it go. It would have killed tires all morning long. So they got out last night. They dropped some concrete in there. It is cured. The patches good. They're out of there. So all lanes wrote on westbound to seventy after Vasquez. It's still very heavy drive through their spotted a stall in your way on eastbound, I seventy at Washington that was in the right lane, the ramp from your onto westbound, I seventy pets close. Forever part of the central seventy project. It'll have a whole new look what they reopened it. What five years, I think this project goes? So instead of using the your grab onto westbound, I seventy news deal Vasquez. Instead, the crash southbound I twenty five at Alameda. That's out of there. You're heavy through doubt looks w sugar that crash that was blocking the right lane southbound to twenty-five after I seventy backed up onto I seventy in both directions, and that includes backing up that rep boulevard and northbound I twenty five at creek Parkway that crash getting the Castlerock is also cleared. Little Fender bender in the HOV lane. Southbound I twenty five after fifty eight it's not really causing a big problem. This morning. It'd be something in my throat here this morning, it's dot causing a huge problem. But I want to let you know, it was there because that will definitely get your attention as you're coming. Southbound I twenty five and here comes the sun in the next ten minutes at son is going to be bright and.
"castlerock" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Solitude? Everybody. See castlerock? Everybody's like. We're going to get to the this guy was this was not a great look at van. Loved him hazy Taylor. Would you? Who does? Theory. You guys are. Other solid. I figured you might know. They would these idea Ogden, no idea. They don't know the, well, here's another thing that they would have no clue of I saw this is how old I saw pet cemetery and a drive in. Wow, drive ins with the best with the speaker of the window. I had a I had a Chevy blazer. And you put the seats down. You put like you do like a bed, and then you turn it the other way towards the the screen. It's a giant screen and the girl goes climbing back there, and she's like really give you the look like this ain't happening to say, you know, it's driving data's by myself. Just hang out creep, people are so creepy. What's going on you to drive in the popcorn? Creepy. So creepy before we get to the San I've told you this story about my dad at the drive in theater ever told you that I told you guys I know set it on the air before. But anyway, so I haven't told you my dad's those who drive in theater, and this is back Alabama probably nineteen fifties. And the lighting's not great, and they have the restroom in the middle of the drive in theater, and it's. As the saying goes a brick leaf house. It's a brick leaper is what it is. So and he said there was no lights in it. He said all you saw where the lights that came to these little lake slits of a window on the top of the the bathroom. So really all you're getting was the ambient light from the from the screen in there. So he goes in there. Not gonna end. Going to the restroom in the year. No standing up going to the bathroom. Unzips sly has going to the bathroom. And all of a sudden he hears needs some help with that. Told you I've told there is some dude sitting in now. Dr. Wade real the walk. Can you imagine it's dark in there? And here's somebody needs help with that. Now is that now? Totally cut you off. But it's that's far worse than when you're in a fancy restaurant. And you got the guy in there with the Minson. Yes, any towels? That's still creepy. That's creepy. Creepy. Oh, I don't need help. I got this. I've been doing this for a long time. I'm pretty sure together fancy restaurant. That's his job. This guy had a job. I think you just kind of hanging out. There was a fancy dress. And I think there are immense involved. And if there was there, not ones you want it. Let's put it that way. Let's get into Joe DOE. Flacco occasionally this year has been split out playing wide receiver with Lamar Jackson comes in his quarterback, you know package. They get little more Jackson. At the every time I've seen it. He's run the ball. Maybe he's strong. I'm not sure. But so flacco stays in and splits out wide. He's very enthusiastic about it not really enthusiastic about it at all. And they're not going to throw it to him. But he doesn't sell. It isn't sell it at all. I don't know. How is coach feels about him not selling it? But another somebody who is not real thrilled with with what he's doing out wide. Go ahead. You can see me standing. Stay out of the way of everything. That's what I'm doing view. You guys. My wife gave me crap. The one day told me I needed before interested out there. But I'm just trying to. Comfortable out there. They're in a very long time. So. I don't need to be trying to get to creative. I mess around a practice a little bit. But that's that's.
"castlerock" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast
"'cause this is not what you asked for, but this is what came out on, and I really like it and he gave me an a. in the class and he's, yeah, it was really cool because I didn't get a lot of straight as at Harvard, you know, and and he went, you know, these, whatever, wherever this goes, he goes, I don't know where it's going, but stay with it. Yeah, and he was. It was really great because I didn't think of myself as a writer. I was an actor and and either did Ben for that matter. And so that was in late January. And then in March, I came out here for for spring break to audition for stuff and stayed. On Ben's couch and showed it to him was like, hey, I wrote this thing. I don't know what the fuck to do with it, and and Ben read, it goes, I don't know what to do with it either. We should do it together and I was like, sold. I'm in. And so that was really the I, I trusted no one in my life more than him. Yes, you know, I and we were just, you know, as he was as close a friend as I'd ever had in my life forever could imagine having having and I respected him and I expected his taste. I mean, we are tastes kind of form together. You know what I mean? That those kind of teenage years where you're kind of spreading your wings in gaining your own independence in, you know, we did that together. Right? And and so I know he would read a situation the same way. I would. You know what I mean? We. Yeah, very. Compatible in that way and will the movie then goes developmental hell for, like I mean, almost two years? Yeah, but to be fair it, it it. It got a lot out of that process. There was a point at the end where it stagnated with Castlerock. Yeah, but leading up to that point Dembosky vastly improved because they allowed us to do, you know, to make to make the movie that we wanted to make to make it smaller and and and yeah, I mean, it wouldn't have existed the way if that, what? At what point was it like? We're only doing this movie for in it where you hit that come. The beginning game at chicken wasn't then when the new studio came in, didn't they tell you like, all right, we'll buy, but everyone's everyone said they'd by without us, everyone said you will get so much more money if you just let us do this. Brad and Leo. Yeah, you know. And we, we were like, no, and and they would all say there's no precedent for that. And then we would always say, Silvester Stallone I was going to those of the only two examples I can think of them. I think Chad Chazz Palminteri did it with the Bronx tale to a certain degree. That's about one yet. He had Niro, I mean, deniro at seen him, do the one act play, and so I'm sure Bob was running interference point just saying like, no, he's playing that part period. You know what I mean?.
"castlerock" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Sometimes you'll get into a role where maybe the American model, which we call the s it may just be on a roll, and it nails three or four storms back to back. And then it seems to go on the left field and everything it shows is wrong does easy. What I'm saying? The European may be that way the Canadian model. I mean, there are so many model you're telling me is sometimes a blind squirrel finds a nut. And and you can just take it with with a little bit of a grain of salt yet. Yes. Actually referenced that at your Twitter feed say if the is right. You always kind of quantify it here. Yesterday, the had accumulating snow Wednesday night of next week here along the front range. It had snow in Castlerock. It had it had flurry. Today. The best is not have that. But tomorrow it may be there twice with our emotions. Ray? It's not nice. What I'll say about models is as a good meteorologist is going to look at all of them. And combine them. Guys, go with one you can go with one. But that may be a call, maybe your gut just says, I really think this one's onto something. But you really should kind of look at the mall and blend it because they're not crystal balls their guidance. I mean does that help Ray? Yes. I do. They have any relevance or people from the mid west to the west these models are worldwide they run these models for the whole planet. That'd be just because it's European being the continent of Europe. But just means the Europeans, it's their model. But they run it for the whole planet. The American model you can run it for Europe. If you want to. For the whole planet. It's just the name implies who created the model? Right. Okay. Thank you Ray. And we're going to wrap up our conversation with jam jam. We're gonna let you have the last word with crispier go right ahead. Yeah. I was wondering why we don't use the do point indicates the amount of moisture in the atmosphere instead of relative humidity since do pointed more, constant relative humidity is relative, correct? Well, meteorologist like the dew point and I do show on air from time to time. But the general public does not understand that. And I pop up a map do points. Most people are gonna think it's temperatures because it is temperature. We've had this. I feel like this has been the thing we have addressed over and over and no offense. Jim. I mean, it's it's something that obviously there's still a lot of confusion about we think of it in terms of humidity. Like, what's the relative humidity? That's the word we have stuck in our heads, and it should be. We should be worrying about do points as a determination of how wet the eras, right? Yes. Do points the.
"castlerock" Discussed on Are You Hearing This!
"No disrespect to the super rounds at his family, but he was eighty two. Heart attack wasn't very shocking to me. Okay. Those are shocker like, you know, it wasn't. It wasn't to me, you know, I was a lighter. No, trying to be funny anyway, but Zing. What kind of lighter note. Like an, hey minor says, we talk about movies, or you know to SOS or whatever. What I'm talking about? Well, I'll talking about it because he played on boogie nights. I'm talking about, I got you. So what TV watches as MU washing a lot of stuff right now. Just finish up Ozark season two on the net flicks watch it now. Hey, anyways, also watching watching Castlerock on Hulu idea. Take a take a little Gandhari Hulu. Why not? There you go. I mean, they name themselves Hulu. So really mean, Hello. I don't know, man, I think it's just made up some of the name. No, I think as honestly just like a made up, I think. So by the things night, jumping Hulu, I don't think that's the thing I made it up, so. Okay. Hours. So this council thing I watched nobody episode and have is up into nine episode. It did. I yes, I season, but again, just like we're talking about who is being stupid and doing one episode every week. So here we are nine episodes in so stupid for absolutely yes. And -ticipant. You've got gotta Bill the intensification of the show. I think the show is already a Stephen King show produced by j.j Abrams. You don't need to build anything got a built in who who, I mean come on. We talk about who who, who knew you'd suck and then I drop you. And then I go back to net flix and then I give up bars boo. He was waiver me to fail and wrapped it up tight. We'll talk about a little rep day to we'll talk about Lou rebbe. Well, let's get to the jazz rock Castlerock set in the fictional world of Stephen King Castlerock first, I while the plot Castlerock IRA the only thing I did start off. Yeah, typical Stephen king's. Go j. day. Hold on real quick. Jego was a spoiler alert everything past. This may be a spoiler for the first one and a half episodes. Yeah, yeah. Go, okay. So start with the sheriff, like he's looking for a body in the woods, very cold sin. They what area? Merlin message? What were they there in Castlerock guys were up. I think it's in erlin, Massachusetts. I think it's in Maine, Maine there. Yep, MA. So as very this. A very cold environment snore. So he searching for this body because this kid has been missing for couple days him and his father and all of a sudden he's your this loud noise in his kid appear like he's on a frozen lake, right? Yeah, it looked like a late froze late. So the key he pick up the kid, he may ask the kid, you'll be miserable. All these tire where you've been. He doesn't have a memory of right, and he notices his hands are no froze by, right? He's not cold either. So he had to be somewhere than it was heat or first of all what I heard the sound in the woods aliens there will pop by because it made this loud Norse remember. Okay. Like ducks chin or something like that. Okay. So he came his the kid halters mother. Now when that happened, another story is turning at the same time. This, why thank this Castlerock is going gonna be successful. It's almo. You're getting a minute story on the side, right? You know, lots of them. The war is at this prince called shosha. Now everybody know if you older Nuff Shashank redemption, right? Which is Stephen King, stay McCain with more freedom. The prison still exists in this era, the shelf shake. The ward. Liberty out is to know kids can can look at this no, no keys. And you have like a different kind of personality of, I wouldn't say valleys, but a little bit of gore, if you're gonna get the stomach a weak stomach or you're susceptible to evil ideas, don't wash this, do not watch it. You see this ward the war in the south saying, boy, kiss his wife, goodbye. He's going to word like it. But no, he's not. He has a rope tattoo tree. He said in a driver seat of his car with a rope around his neck in a noose in a news in it's a cliff in front of, so I guess it costs a play contemplating, should I do..
"castlerock" Discussed on Back To Work
"Slash back to work and be be a more effective studier and test prep her with checks a coach come out and we appreciate their support. Thanks jank buck book. Dan, Mr. Rodriguez has already written to us on the Twitter machine. What did he say? He said, hey, our names. Thanks for the mention on the back to work always already already on the internet. The topic of high stakes testing is important. We continued to pretend that by reducing the complexity of learning to a single. Test score somehow teaching is a simple activity, not good, agreed. Agreed. I wonder if for the teachers Kurt to him that I've agreed to go after the overlook hotel until may the first does it matter to him at all untracked that the owners have placed their complete confidence and trust in me, oh my God. And then I have signed a letter of agreement contract in which I have accepted that responsibility. It's my scream duck. I don't think that he. How are you watching? Are you watching when the Stephen King one Castle Rock known? I have any Simpson. Yeah, it's it's still watching base videos, but I should. I watch it? Is it good? It sounded middling Castle. Rock Castle Rock. I'm enjoying the experience of watching it. It's no sharp, Jack Ryan where I'm watching Jack Ryan, but it's isn't that good, but it's good. It's good. It's okay. It's not it's no patriot, but it's it's fun. I think you like Castle Rock. I think you should watch it. I have not for that. Have you seen Ozark it that I recommend Ozark you? I've watched some Ozark and use to is out now and it's it's, it seems really good also. My TV. Oh, you know, I'm watching the defenders as my sort of late night kind of cool should be going to bed and haven't gone to bed yet. Seen all the other shows are kind of just watch that. I have seen. Both seasons of Jessica Jones. I've seen one and a half seasons of Luke cage and I couldn't get into daredevil. Maybe I'll revisit now. I didn't get into season one of daredevil. I don't know why. I'll give it another try, but they're the defenders is great. I'm really enjoying it. And the answer is you don't need to see. I mean, I know the characters. I just haven't. Jump jump and the other one was Castlerock Castlerock. I mean, I'm putting Castlerock over defenders for shore moving it up and Ozark is fantastic. If you liked breaking bad at all, Ozark is going to be right in your wheelhouse. That's what's his name in it. Right. Yeah, it's God, Jason Bateman, Jason Bateman, cool and low. There's other things I watched a movie called lock l. o. c. k. e. Tom hardy. Have you seen? It looks to me. It's really, really good. I was surprised that it's basically a movie in a car. It's him in a car, and he's I and on screen. But what's interesting is like he's having phone calls the whole time and and one of the people that call place his son is Tom Holland, Spiderman, what? Yes. My Spidey and venom in the same movie is allowed to be English. It. Does he even have an English accent? They both doing American accents. No, he's Tom Hardy's Welsh or plays a Welsh character in Welshmen and move..
"castlerock" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Problem on that gap between monument Castlerock but also has every everybody. Drives it knows it's a? Capacity problem you're caught in traffic. The speed limit, Saturday, five miles an hour you can be going seventy five, and all of a sudden you're. Down to stop condition so it's really large consensus that this is an area that was built as a rural interstate needs to be improved with no longer serving that purpose. It it it needs, to be upgraded so that's what we're doing Michael is the safety issue that the road is not wide enough. What is the safety. Issue it's a combination of several things first of all, yes The width of the road not so much the way in the safety shoulders. There there's nowhere in many locations. For cars to pull, over when they have, when there's a crash. Or when there's a breakdown and of course when the Steelers seventy five miles an hour. That causes another problem and when you have a crash that there's a there's often a follow on today where people slow down and you've got that differential and, speed between seventy five and. Then a slowing condition and. That leads to further crashes so it's really about widening shoulders ensuring. That they're safe locations for? People to pull off on both. Inside and outside? Lane But really by adding that express lane in each direction you're. Going to provide we will provide travel time reliability, and that's the key phrase travel time reliability between the springs and Denver so that if you have to get to a point you have to get to a flight you. Have to pick up the kids, you can be assured that you can get there in time by using the express lane Much of. The day there isn't a need the volumes dropped. Down and the general purpose is a perfectly, fine for most people, so that's that's really what this project is, about ensuring travel time reliability into the. Future what kind of inconvenience is is it going to mean for commuters, over the next three years anytime we're we're building on existing highway that has, obviously capacity problems already there, there, will be an impact we're trying to, keep those impacts the very minimal, keep the two lanes that are there today travelling in, both directions throat peak period times there, may be restrictions but they will be. Restricted to offbeat so what's people get used to the fact that it's a construction zone I think that will be you know traffic will. Be baby maintained pretty much as it is. Today.
"castlerock" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Thirty we have Read your. Stick coming up next before we get to that I've. Teased, you beat around the Bush long, enough, this cut to it yesterday was a really. Fun day Glassy you. Today Jason your sweaty thank you Yesterday was a real fund day for the team over, at, the talk show because after about six seven eight months of work and after two successful national tests of the Jason show FOX announced this week that the Jason. Show will now be distributed worldwide on, Hulu we. Have, been picked up by Hulu global baby yeah the same place. Where you find Handmaid's tale and Castle Rock you, can, now find. My show Awesome more really excited again. This has been a long time in, the making. We've, known about this trajectory for a little while we knew that. This was kind of their thinking Very forward. Thinking because again this streaming is where it's at Now but in five years. From now that's it I mean that's that's, where we're, going so I think to everybody to the team. The crew, it's a really fun and, big day for all you know we have a small. Staff but they, work, their butts off and we're just thrilled. And for, me personally it literally is a dream. Come true I mean it's just it's crazy to think about I went home last. Night to watch the the final available episode of Castle Rock and, as I got to the Hulu. Menu to go to Castlerock, I had to pass my logo it was which was very very weird even after twenty years of being in TV and radio in to see the show.
"castlerock" Discussed on X96
"Locally sourced this program, right here if you're an. Outsider, we, don't care for you We don't want you What do we have? Some non local programming I just blew the, whole thing is. Your call him in slug still slug MAG right now shows shows about, the apocalypse have a new. One coming up probably next couple of weeks Give us a little idea of what it is or make I was, inspired by the Hulu premiere. Of a Canadian show, called, Letterkenny. Which you should definitely watch it's really funny letter. Kenny Kenny it's people have, likened it to trailer park boys I think it's far better which is why I would recommend it Rednecks in a small town called Letterkenny The next. Month's. Call we'll. Be something. Involving. That okay all right thank you yeah so what's coming up on TV this Tomorrow. Night elisas. Fleischer has. Another. Standup special oh she's very good yeah She's she's had actually this is like one of several. Now it's been quite a few. And, it's called elder. Millennial Okay And, yeah, she's she has a local. Type She's the one who. Won. Last comic, standing, one hundred years ago okay And then nothing came of. It Well she's got a special something came of it took ten years and she did it on her own with no help from last comic standing on Wednesday Castlerock we talked about this Stephen King thing I watched a preview for it and it I mean they didn't get all the references but I there's certainly a lot of Stephen King Like a Stephen King mix tape The town of Castle Rock. In, the shadows of The Shawshank yeah I'm worried it's. It's Stephen. King inside they're not they're not going. To from the article I read. Over the con- coverage they're not gonna go to deep into the Stephen King stuff that's already been like established really stuff. Inspired by its, inspired Not. Necessarily written by him. Either. No he has signed off on all the stuff. They said all the scripts were sent to him and he said. I love this or I hate this and so that's more that's. More interesting it's. Got Bill Skarsgard, okay and. He's the clown creepy in this as. Well I think that's just the. Thing now he's going to be creepy also the debut on the CW new series called burden of proof it's illegal drama But it's on the CW and. Stars Kristen creek The, smallville actress the one who didn't wasn't. A cult The other one wasn't Aniko yes yeah yeah so she's she's a big. City lawyer coming back to a, small town to, you you've heard this story hard time But if you like Kristen Kuroki been wondering where. She been I haven't actually so Recently and she was. Telling. You about her new show Phil watch my new show I? Just tossed it. Okay Thursday season, two of a show called Swedish Dicks on the. Pop network and sounds like. Something we shouldn't be. Promoting What is dick A private detective working in l. a. pay played by. Peter storm air you may remember him from John, wick and Fargo and he's. A character actor you. Would recognize absolutely American. Gods Everything yeah so what he's the lead. In this he's, a Swedish private detective and working very weird and small petty crimes in. Los Angeles is it a kind? Of. Comedy okay he can be very, funny now here's some. Guest. Stars okay. Traci lords Yes she. Carries. Perked up Reeves Really. Canneries he's made an appearance in season one these back for season to season to all right, now wait you so. Season one available that I don't. Know I just barely found out about, this like it's one of those. Shows it's like it's on season. Two I don't remember ever hearing about season one But it's on top network Yes most people get that Is never anything What, is there now I can't think of anything that airs all there was a show there was Was Was that one? Show can't. Remember one show it's a channel Yeah? Friday, orange is the new black season. Six really prison yet no they're moving to a new prison I. Read the book and she was imprisoned. For like eighteen months that's should be way done..
"castlerock" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"The dumb friends league is a nonprofit and of course you need help from the public and you have some events coming up that are benefiting the dumb friends like what are some of the ones coming up you know we have a lot of fun events coming up probably well our next event that we have this coming up is one of our yappy hours if you haven't been to a yappy hour you absolutely must come out to yappy hour it's a great time it's basically a dog friendly happy hour and we have them at different places all over the metro area and our next one is at the colorado corking tag which is in castlerock and it's from six to eight pm on july twenty six what the what the yappy hours usually look like as people come together with their dogs and if you don't have a dog you can still come out okay and the taproom physically gives a portion of their sales back to the dumb friends league and we'll have contests and prizes and all kinds of other things happening at those yappy hours because mean what's more colorado than having to be with your dog and you're you're really busy at the dumb friends league you also have a photo a pet photo contest coming up or actually happening as we speak yeah we're doing our pet photo contest and this is a really really fine contest that we have going on because you know we all have hundreds if not thousands of photos of our pets already on our phones probably so this is a good opportunity for you to be able to give back to the dumb friends league and also potentially make your pet a little bit of a star so what we're doing is it's a twenty five dollar entreaty for anybody who wants to enter their pet you're guaranteed to get a copy of our twenty nineteen calendar your your pet is guaranteed to be in the collage of our twenty nineteen calendar however if you encourage.
"castlerock" Discussed on ESPN FC
"Caught offside within routinely intrigue j davani caught offside fraud the upper west side of manhattan it is they had redoubling jj davani what's up man puddle oh it's nice to have us here back in a nice cozy confines of what you used referred to was caught offside tower i don't hear you say that much anymore no do i said the bunker more promptly uh i've never heard you say that either lies all logical backing call it towers because tower sunscreen of epic yell at castlerock did you watch the game of thrones alec yes they did i loved it i also thought the season as a whole was great and i find it on an obe i'll get ripped for saying that because like i listen to a bunch of podcasts of game of thrones afterwards because i just nerd out after every episode a half to okay uh and people just destroyed this season there are aspects of it that i didn't love um but the after every episode i would feel fulfilled like i i really enjoyed when i saw sauna sometimes i think when a thing gets to popular there's just something some gene in kurt tv critics in entertainment critics out there that just feels this need to not we've got it we've got to tear it down we got a rain of back in qatar i enjoyed it don't forget i mean there was a couple of things i suppose if the the army of the dead don't like water how are they pull in the dragon from out of the hole where to get that massive chain.