36 Burst results for "Chin"

Fresh update on "chin" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:30 sec | 12 hrs ago

Fresh update on "chin" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

"Dedication My daughter started making necklaces. She makes what we call affirmation fashion. I tell her every day that you're black is beautiful. You're black is beautiful. And if there's anything better than being beautiful, it's being smart. If there's anything better than being smart, it's being kind and reaffirming that. Every day is our method of making sure her chin never drops. My dad wasn't around. I remember riding a bike and falling off and cutting myself and me..

Catastrophic Failure of Not Celebrating and Advocating for the Dignity of Work

The Dan Bongino Show

01:42 min | Last month

Catastrophic Failure of Not Celebrating and Advocating for the Dignity of Work

"What his conservatives like. What do we actually do it? Because all the philosophical underpinnings and economic underpinnings All of the lectures in the world aren't going to mean a darn thing. If when someone asks you Okay, What exactly are we conserving right now? We can't answer the question. One of the things on Friday that set me off If you listen to our Friday show, I went on this. This rant at the beginning of the show, because I was so furious is that Nancy Pelosi is starting a new income Inequality committee. Without recognizing the single greatest cause of income inequality anywhere on planet Earth. You know what that is? Not working. You know what's going to cause a severe income inequality disparity? You not working. If you don't work, you will probably not have a lot of income. Even worse if you don't work, develop working skills do a lot of work. Get work That gets you to other work that gets you to other work throughout your life. You will probably earn less than the counterfactual you that would have worked would have made if they would have actually worked and worked hard. Bring this up in light of the argument about conservatism. And what the hell are we conserving? Because I I'm and I don't want to pile on, you know unnecessarily on the Republican party cause I really do dislike Republican on Republican political attacks. If they're unnecessary when they're necessary, as we will have later in the show today, one of our guests from Arizona We'll do them. But this has really been a catastrophic failure of the Republican Party and the catastrophic failure has been this not celebrating, advocating openly chest out chin are proud, advocating for the dignity of work

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Self-Objectification and Becoming More Than a Body With Dr. Lindsay Kite

Real Talk with Dana | Nutrition, Health

01:53 min | Last month

Self-Objectification and Becoming More Than a Body With Dr. Lindsay Kite

"You mentioned a couple of times self objectification and so for those people who haven't read your book can't please go read it but for them for those. Who haven't could you describe what you mean by self objectifications. Everyone's on the same page. Yeah so self objectification we feel like is really the missing piece of the puzzle in these body image conversations that people have been having for the last twenty years or so self objectification is the practice of envisioning your body from the outside. You're really just monitoring it for how it looks imagining how it appears to other people even when you're by yourself so part of women's mental energy is consistently dedicated to monitoring how we appear and then we view an evaluate and value ourselves outweigh to yuli from an outsider's perspective so self objectification. It takes this holistic sense of self where you are in your body. Of course you're visible person. With an appearance that matters to other and their perception has an impact on you but it makes that the only focus and it splits us from ourselves so it takes us from inside. Our bodies is our home as carefree kids without awareness of how other people see us without that self judgment really seeping in and preventing us from really living our fullest lives and being home in our bodies and it splits us so that we are then watching our bodies from the outside making sure they look right that were closed in the right ways wearing the right things and this splits identities into from a whole person to the person who is really fixated on appearance. Where part of your mental energy is just sapped. It's distracted your physical energy also distracted when you're adjusting your clothes. All the time when he tried to sit in the most flattering position or walking away. That you know you're keeping your gut sucked any of your up. So the double chin isn't showing this self objectification is what keeps us. Trapped in our bodies as prisoners instead of our bodies as our homes

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Behind The Conjuring: The Brookfield House

Haunted Places

01:48 min | 2 months ago

Behind The Conjuring: The Brookfield House

"Ruby wasn't going to let the winter storm outside ruin her evening routine. She microwave. Tb dinner poured a glass of boxed wine and settled into her armchair to watch a rerun of the price is right when you're in your seventies. It's the simple pleasures that gets you through a winter in connecticut but as the game shows theme song bobbled on television. The rain started to pelt the window next to her. She hoped it wouldn't wake her twelve year. old grandson. billy. She had just put him to bed lately he had trouble sleeping and rubies daughter. Sarah was worried about it. Sarah was always fussing over. Billy's odd behavior and tantrums ruby. Thought she was coddling. If sarah wasn't careful. Billy would become spoiled. Monster ruby immediately felt bad at the thought. Billy was a sweet boy but she reason there are monsters all of us. It's just a question of what coaxes them out. Ruby hurts. something stirred down the hall. Billy she thought the rain must have woken him up. She grunted She called herself to her feet to go check on him but when she stood up she saw he was already in the room. Billy stood in the doorway. Was something strange about him. His body was rooted in place. Impossibly still his chin was pressed against his chest forcing his dark is to strain to look at her but chill rushed up ruby spine. She asked if he was okay but he didn't answer instead. He revealed his hand. He was holding a knife and a maniacal look at its is told rupee he meant to use it.

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Fugitive Wanted in Fatal Shooting of Yale Student Arrested

Lars Larson

00:27 sec | 2 months ago

Fugitive Wanted in Fatal Shooting of Yale Student Arrested

"Marshals Gulf Coast Fugitive Task force in Montgomery police arresting Chin Chuan Pon, who was the subject of an international arrest warrant and wanted in the murder in February of 26 year old grand student, Kevin Jang, who was shot multiple times in New Haven, Connecticut, where police have not disclosed a motive in the shootings. Palm and China born U. S Citizen is also accused of stealing an SUV from a dealership in Massachusetts. The day of the killing.

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Here Are the Key Supplements You Need To Stay Healthy

Ask The Health Expert

02:34 min | 2 months ago

Here Are the Key Supplements You Need To Stay Healthy

"Are the key things that we need just to make sure that were baseline okay. This is not getting the recommended daily intake. This is getting the roi. The recommended optimal intake. Which you're not going to be able to ever get from your food alone. It's highly highly unlikely. And so you're gonna want to supplement for that the things that i see. They're super critical. Most important number one that good basic multivitamin mineral antioxidant formula with essential fatty acids. in that. You're gonna wanna get a good methylated. Be complex if you're under stress or you're someone who's a poor meth later chin medically then you're gonna wanna take Extra b vitamins. Especially look at something called five. Methyl tetra hydra fully. So that would be a like kind of souped up be complex with good B twelve and that The other thing that you're gonna wanna make sure that you check is you're gonna check your vitamin d levels and this is why it depends depending on your skin color depending on where you live depending on how much you're out in the sun depending on whether on your genetics and how well you make vitamin d. From the sunshine. And depending on your sunscreen use you may need a little bit of supplemental vitamin d or a lot of supplemental vitamin d. I live in florida. And i take ten thousand. I use of vitamin d. with d. three was k. One and two. In order to get to optimal levels you know optimal levels by doing a twenty five hydroxy vitamin d test. And make sure you take your d three. That's the absorbable form with k. One and two. So there's another basic and again think about the basics the vitamins. The fat soluble d. e. k. Now i don't take regular takhar. Carl ease i only take a nado toca trials which have amazing benefits in the body. We've done a whole separate podcast on that But ad in k. and then your water soluble b which get blown out due to stress. See the same thing. I actually use a vitamin c with quercetin powder. And i do that one or two times a day as well and really that depends on how stressed i am. If i'm tired if my immune system's taken hit. I'll do a little bit of a bat. The other thing that i two extra are magnesium. I find most people need some extra magnesium. People think of bone health and calcium. I think of bone health. And i really think of magnesium and vitamin d and fish oil and weight training and sleep so make museums one. I take before bed along with an epsom salts. Bath

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Bond Denied for Man Charged in the Murder of 7 Year Old

Bob Sirott

00:41 sec | 3 months ago

Bond Denied for Man Charged in the Murder of 7 Year Old

"Has been denied for the man charged in the murder of seven year old jazz Lynne Adams. There was a bond hearing yesterday in Chicago, Mary Ann Lewis was shot and arrested Thursday after leading police on a chase and trying to carjack a family on the Eisenhower Expressway. At that hearing yesterday, the bond was denied. Prosecutors told the court that Lewis was driving the car involved in Adam's shooting. At that McDonald's drive through earlier this month. Yesterday there was a march to remember Adam's baby was innocent babies are being robbed of their innocents. Seven years old, No Chin Lewis. His next court appearance is scheduled for Thursday. Police are looking for two other suspects.

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In the Light of the Tough Season, The Celtics Still Have a Glimmer of Hope

Celtics Beat

01:34 min | 3 months ago

In the Light of the Tough Season, The Celtics Still Have a Glimmer of Hope

"Think the way that we have seen Kemba Play Over the month of April, and if he can bring that, if he can be 80% of the camera that we have come to expect, I think that that will be huge for this team going forward. And I am also optimistic like Evan said, the absence of Robert Williams has proven to be dead And even bigger issue than I think anyone had could have predicted just in the fact of what he was doing with that starting unit on offense, he was moving the ball and also not allow defense has to pack the paint because you have to draw Robert out of the paint or else you at least have to account for him cuz he will just come in behind you and dunk on your face. So for that it opens up a lot of things offensively and then defensively just to have a guy who can provide that kind of Rim protection and that kind of communication we hear from the assistant coaches. Just how much Rob has improved in communication job defensively. And so I do think that, that is a huge thing that is missing for this team right now. And then you add in the fact that yes, Evan Fournier is coming off a battle with covideo said, he didn't feel well for a 4 to 5 days and still trying to work his way back. I think there are areas to look to for positivity, but I agree with Evan that it's in this season. The fact that they can be so dead. And hide and look like two completely different teams. It's just frustrating and it and it's frustrating because of the expectations that are on this group and regardless of how many games they lose and how fast they come out over and over again, those expectations remain,

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Expert Says Floyd Died From a Lack of Oxygen

Mark and Melynda

00:38 sec | 4 months ago

Expert Says Floyd Died From a Lack of Oxygen

"Expert says George Floyd died from lack of oxygen. Dr. Martin Tobin points the finger at former Minneapolis police officer Derrick Show. Vin, who had him pinned to the ground just employed has his face rammed in To the street because he's using his face here to throw us to try and crank up his chest. He's actually using his for it and his nose and his chin. As a way of trying to help them get air into the right side of his chest. The defense has argued drug use played a role in Floyd's death, and they have questioned whether showman's knee was on Floyd's Necker on his shoulder blade. It's Day nine of Sheldon's murder trial.

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Cynthia Shares Her Experience Living With Autism

Terrible, Thanks For Asking

05:27 min | 4 months ago

Cynthia Shares Her Experience Living With Autism

"Okay so cynthia tell me where did you grow up. Our grew up in garden grove california. What was the best thing about. Growing up there Same with my friends. All the friends that i had and on the pool. We'll just play all the time just playing playing playing all day every day. God i miss being child. Yeah the kids are now. We don't do that. We never like rauner phones or ipods. None of that. They play outside all the time. What what did what kind of games did you play outside. Jonesboro bean play tag mmc swimming pool. Break seen rod alive. Y'all scorers are hughley shoes. Remember those issues. Hey i got really. I wasn't allowed. My dad waters the humidity. We played dolls. do sleepovers. I mean kids nowadays is like wow this crazy. They're just like staring at rectangles in their hands. It just makes me wanna scream. Yes pretty sad. Like dang cynthia is the baby of the family. She grew up near her cousins and they were all really close. They played together. they had sleepovers. How did you feel about school when you were little like elementary school. It was fine. I mean it was like i was just the days. Were like our sold. It does. I don't like in elementary schools. Their own house. it was fine. I guess that's fine. Good while i'd always like i don't know like when i was little i was always like always in a good kid does like did you say kids. What do you mean. I was kind of a bully and the how lake which is always like always had friends and like. I don't know this weird puppies turned. She hit them. I wanted hate people out kids but like always like be friends with the people were the bullies. Like kind of. I guess like the kids you know. I think that's i. That's kind of a survival skill. In some ways. I think every kid goes into their a law school and junior high and high school so pretty much all through school growing up. What did you know about growing up. I really think i was too little to no but it was weird that everyone was kind of more not normal but lake was like though like was doing like the habits that i was doing so they all the kids weren't jumping up and down and doing their hands like to their to their chin or leg touching their face or rocking back and forth. So that's why. I thought it was a little different than other people other kids for example. She had this habit where she would Put her hands together. Squeeze them and then she would like put her hands together on a chin like pushing them towards her chin and we started noticing an actually interschool pictures that it started taking a toll We serve seeing her chin like couldn't get crooked because she was doing it. So much and like shoes would ask you know like yeah you know when my hands her my chin hurts and mike what am i supposed to just be like. Well just try to stop doing it. Ooh my mom round wave once they open the window and my girlfriend ran off and wasn't home so my mom's like oh my god like what am i going to do to have to call the cops. Because she can't be found so then. My mom was like crazy. Crazy looking through me dear number that that's the thing i don't things like that i don't remember but then my mom got me walking with an old woman. Right me yeah. She found walking back home with an old old woman in those woven was a. Hey this your daughter. Like she's been walking around the street and that's my mom's oh my god. We have to have some view like have home all the time. How old were you when you found out your artistic Also like twelve one nine found out told because they saw another kid doing the same habits but he was rocking back and forth and they asked. My mom solves like he awesome like. That's the same thing that i do. Sounds like oh. He has autism. He saw my mom like Told me that they had autism. Always about eleven or twelve hundred do really like knew that they had autism

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Weekly Market Recap

Wall Street Breakfast

05:15 min | 4 months ago

Weekly Market Recap

"What moved markets this week the week ending friday march nineteenth twenty twenty one a week that was anchored by the fed interest rate decision and policy statement and ensuing press conference by chairman. Jerome powell the markets did not do very much earlier in the week in anticipation of this and originally greeted powell's statement loose monetary statements. I should say with bullishness with some buying occurring. After the fed meeting on wednesday afternoon that reversed on thursday as yields shot up and stock markets were sold off pretty dramatically in some instances. The nasdaq fell three percent on thursday. And today friday things are kind of shifting around a little bit. We had some selling earlier and they have since come in. Nasdaq is now up for the day. And we're looking at losses but not very big losses for the major indexes for this week so a big week especially when it comes to fed policy. Lot of commentary around that. And i'm looking forward to what my colleagues have to say about it. I will introduce them now. I am joined by sticking alpha editors brad olsen. Vp of news. Kim khanh senior news editor. Stephen alpher managing editor of breaking news. And i'm your host and moderator nathaniel e baker senior editor of strategic contributors kim. Let's start with you. What was your take on. The events of the week ultimate another volatile week and we've had to deal with You know stocks kind of being dragged around by yields again. But i think it's also maybe seemed worse than it was because of thursday's sharp selloff. But now we've got nasdaq. Maybe looking at if it goes down for the week before out of last five that it's been lower but it's got it's started to gain some traction today as we were talking. Could actually you know. Maybe we gained more traction pull out a win just barely for the week. I think inflation has been on. Everyone's mind and not whether or not there is inflation. Think pretty much people are green. But there is if you looked at The philly fed that was out this week The prices paid index jumped to the highest level. It's ever been it's been since march one thousand nine hundred eighty though. There's definitely i mean. The prices received also spike sharply. So there's definitely inflation being seen this inflation in the pipeline data on now. The question is whether it's good or bad inflation and a lot of times you know. Everyone's like okay rates are out in. The market's gonna sell off but you've had good years where rates have been going going up a bit because of growth in. The market's gone along with it so there's been a i think a lot of debate about that and also we're kind of seeing maybe some more evidence of rotation which is not necessarily rate striven just people just still taking are looking at growth and looking for these reopening stocks cyclical stocks and Selling some of the bigger tech names to buy those stocks. And that's going to have an outsized impact on the indexes. Yeah and i guess. The question is also whether the inflation that we're seeing is transitory to bar the feds term which basically apparently means they can just ignore it. Or if it's something a little bit more permanent which might get them to start tapering brad. What's your take. Who are the winners and losers. Definitely this week was a cyclical rally. You saw airlines takeoff literally Partially on the tsa data that we saw travelers start to move around the country. A little bit more aggressively young american airlines alaska air united airlines all up about double digits. Interestingly enough the thing. Sanford bernstein even called out some of the value names or more traditionally cyclical names as screening or momentum. So that's one of the first time i've ever happened or as happens in two thousand sixteen where the value names are now technically momentum names of this upswell of of equity interests that we've seen over the past couple weeks really pick up steam and so that that that involves autos materials energy etc over the past few weeks. Although this week energy was clearly a loser on that steep drop off that we saw an oil the admit marathon oil achy. Wheelock smell the trillium. They took it on the chin Crude i think it had its worst day since september Earlier this week so outside of the energy names. They're the sickles. Were still a big winner. Obviously i think you've powell tried to assuage your concerns about how aggressive the fed was going to be I think just he just issued another editorial earlier today discussing you know trying to reassure the markets. Hey the dove even though quite a few of the members did express an interest in in raising rates before twenty twenty three a still a minority of them obviously

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Feud Erupts After Biden Calls Putin a 'Killer'

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:42 sec | 4 months ago

Feud Erupts After Biden Calls Putin a 'Killer'

"Feud has erupted between President Biden and Russian President Vladimir Putin after the U. S president called him a killer. Now Putin is responding. CBS News is Ed O'Keefe has the latest from the White House. Dangerous War of words between the two presidents tonight, the Kremlin and Vladimir Putin hitting back at President Biden for calling him a killer. So you know Vladimir Putin you think he's a killer? Mm e o Responding today in Moscow, Putin said it was a waste seconds of weight. It takes one to know one chin, calling the relationship bad and under the threat of collapse. The Kremlin also pulled its ambassador back to Moscow for emergency meetings at the White House, said the president has no regrets for his

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Purdue Pharma proposes $10 billion plan to come out of bankruptcy

Up First

03:25 min | 4 months ago

Purdue Pharma proposes $10 billion plan to come out of bankruptcy

"Pharma the maker of oxycontin filed. Its long bankruptcy plan just before midnight last night in a federal court right. So here's the plan. The company itself will be dissolved. A new organization will be created that would direct profits to help people who were hurt by the opioid epidemic but two dozen states came right out and they rejected that plan. They say it doesn't hold the sackler family which owns purdue pharma accountable. Let's bring bringing. Npr's addiction correspondent. Brian man Brian what does purdue pharma savings. This plan will do the company's president a he's a guy named steve miller and he says this new company that will be created from the ashes of purdue farmable essentially exist to benefit the public. The sackler will have no role or ownership going forward and over time. This new firm will generate hundreds of millions of dollars much of it from selling oxycontin which they say they can do ethically and safely. They'll also produce other medicines that will help people with opioid addiction. According to purdue pharma the total value over time To thousands of creditors will be billions of dollars and members of the sackler family also issued a statement last night. They said this plan offers. And i'm quoting here. An important step forward helping those who suffer from addiction. Okay but wire so many states unhappy about this a lot of reasons but a big complaint is from state attorney general most of them democrats who say that purdue pharma and its owners the sackler only offering up about five hundred million dollars right up front the rest of the cash payments including four point. Two billion dollars promised by the sackler themselves. All that money would be spread out in installments. Paid over most of the next decade that really angers critics like more healey. She's attorney general in massachusetts. What the are offering essentially as a way for the payments to be structured. That makes it convenient for them. They get to keep their billions and bank accounts and make money and use the to pay. You know the states out over time while they're oxycontin or chin keeps growly and there's another row bay for critics and it's affected a lot of the ten billion dollars in value. Promise by purdue pharma in this deal doesn't actually come in the form of cash that communities desperately need to pay for things like addiction programs in public health instead. This plan would provide low cost addiction treatment drugs like buprenorphine and lock zone which the new spin off company would make and sell at a discount. Then what happens to the sackler here. Because if the federal bankruptcy court approves this plan i mean they feel any personal thing at all. This is a really big question. After launching oxycontin and claiming it was safer than opioids other opioids the sackler and their company hauled in more than thirty dollars in revenue. Purdue pharma has since pleaded guilty twice to federal criminal charges for their marketing of opioids researchers say oxycontin contributed to this explosion of opioid addiction and death. Now the actors have agreed to give up control of their company. But some critics point out that purdue pharma was already sinking under the crush of all these lawsuits. So it's not clear how big a financial sacrifice that really is. Members of the family also added about a billion dollars to the earlier settlement offer. They made but in this deal they will keep most of their personal fortunes and they'll admit no

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Violent Weekend in Chicago Including a South Side Mass Shooting

John Williams

00:41 sec | 4 months ago

Violent Weekend in Chicago Including a South Side Mass Shooting

"In Chicago. CPD confirming 38 people shot in 21 shooting incidents. Five people killed 15 of those people shot in a mass shooting at a party inside of a Southside towing company complex. Police believe it may have been gang related for guns were recovered at the scene. Nobody is in custody at this 0.2 of those victims, by the way, died of their injuries. Police also searching for a gunman who shot four people Sunday afternoon in the South Shore neighborhood among the victims of 13 year old boy. And investigators still looking for a gunman who shot at an officer yesterday. The officer suffering a graze wound on his chin while sitting in a parked vehicle. Unclear at this point, if the officer was the intended target is expected to be okay. WGN

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Worst Job (MM #3645)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 4 months ago

Worst Job (MM #3645)

"The with kevin mason actually kidding here but they always say you know some of the worst jobs available in the world. The guy who drives around and cleans up porta-pottys heck these days people on the front line working in hospitals. But i joke when i say the worst job in the world has being a sports referee. Because you wanna talk about thankless job running up and down doing all the hustle and having all the protocols these days and not getting any fame and glory and more importantly having to deal with a lot of rude people. I watched some of the college basketball games over the weekend the tournament championships and was amazed. At how many times coaches took timeouts and instead of talking to their players in the huddle sat there and basically browbeat the referee. And what's funny. Of course they all had their masks down around their chin which drove me crazy. I remember those few years when i did some umpiring some refereeing for organized baseball leagues and also for basketball back in the day when i was younger and i hated the job i hated the people complaining. All the time never satisfied. I hated the browbeating. It's a thankless job. Maybe not the worst job. But i'll tell you what it's a no win situation.

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Worst Job (MM #3645)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 4 months ago

Worst Job (MM #3645)

"The with kevin mason actually kidding here but they always say you know some of the worst jobs available in the world. The guy who drives around and cleans up porta-pottys heck these days people on the front line working in hospitals. But i joke when i say the worst job in the world has being a sports referee. Because you wanna talk about thankless job running up and down doing all the hustle and having all the protocols these days and not getting any fame and glory and more importantly having to deal with a lot of rude people. I watched some of the college basketball games over the weekend the tournament championships and was amazed. At how many times coaches took timeouts and instead of talking to their players in the huddle sat there and basically browbeat the referee. And what's funny. Of course they all had their masks down around their chin which drove me crazy. I remember those few years when i did some umpiring some refereeing for organized baseball leagues and also for basketball back in the day when i was younger and i hated the job i hated the people complaining. All the time never satisfied. I hated the browbeating. It's a thankless job. Maybe not the worst job. But i'll tell you what it's a no win situation.

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How to Find Our Elemental Nature

The Mindful Minute

05:14 min | 5 months ago

How to Find Our Elemental Nature

"Feel completely fluid. This is when the water settles from the water is absorbed into the ground and our awareness drops to the very root of our body the pelvic floor and it's here that we feel the element of earth and in any way that feels fitting for you invited in this experience of rich dark soil. Perhaps you know the smell of earth or the texture or the color. Bring the experience of earth into your body letting yourself feel as full as is comfortable for you knowing that this earth is completely nourished from the elements that came before it. This earth is wide open and expansive in light of your beans so that new growth can happen. And it's here at home in your body that we stay with the element of earth and we say lomb long long long long love love. Love la la la la Only Ceiling yourself at home in the body. Taking one last momentous simply let the breath flow and the experience. Settle remembering that. It's only when we have all elements functioning together that we could know prosperity. You already you can let your breath deep in savoring these next few inhales and allowing these last brats to be that moment. When perhaps you dissolve into radiates. You're ready can wiggle your fingers and your toes remembering your body and its edges draw palms together in front of the heart like a prayer your chin now to one final depressing. Full cy out of the mouth. Thank you guys so much for your practice today near ready. You can really sure palm and blink. Your eyes open.

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A Look at 1920 Drummers

Drum History

03:46 min | 5 months ago

A Look at 1920 Drummers

"We're going to of look really the story in the volition of jazz drumming through through the twenty s or from the very late tends to too late twenties. Some of the main players and as we get to each new development in technology might also have introduced as we go and we can. We can hear it being played and we can also talk about it. That sounds if that's okay. We'll take a look at the way things were when the jazz age began just before in the late. Nineteen ten's Of course this point really. The prevailing musical stops ragtime which began spice around the turn of the century. Nineteen hundreds and really by the time you get the first jazz bound appearing which is nineteen seventeen. The first bound to market itself as a jazz released a lot of the ingredients for what you think of as jazz already present in sort of late period ragtime and then you get these hybrid styles for while like jess which is a precursor to jazz. They changed the spelling jasper s And ragged jazz movies different. Sort of monaco's that we use for these top of music. What was really a a transitional journal from rank time into jazz. The thing that ragtime didn't quite have which came along with jazz really. I mean the wind recordings may down there so we don't really know but it seems like new orleans was the epicenter for for these other ingredients that the weren't in ragtime which is the sort of The blues element which wasn't really present in ragtime blue notes bent notes slurs and growls not sort of stuff and also the sort of emphasis on bras and reed instruments because ragtime small groups. I mean people tend to think iraq. Tom is a piano based music. Uncles walls Joplin joseph goes but Also small bands playing ragtime cortex. Quintet's you know the perfect precursor to your your modern jazz combo in the in the late. Nineteen ten's buying this stuff but it was all on banjos and violins and mostly string instruments. But they would dramas and the drums often played some of the most cutting edge. Stuff most improvised parts. They went just reading and they would play time. You know mostly stalls that was Evolved from military band music so to beat music. You know like with too strong beats bobby. Wanna be three kind of light. You'd have with innovative in iraq these days and so they'd be playing on a bass drum usually using some kind of pedal of the first modern quote unquote molten pedal came around in one thousand nine nine but there were other ones as we as we've learned through listening to this first Because to that with all sorts of crazy young overhung designers in all kinds of stuff. Getting sort of he's robinson designs but yes they'd be playing the to be feeling the bass drum mostly playing time on the snapdragon that you wouldn't a ministry banned only of course they were making much more syncopated an exciting of hit accidents in rudimentary stuff on reading mental stuff. I should say rather almost najem and occasionally Moving to woodblock for a bit of variation because the whole thing most to vary eight chorus to chorus depending on what instrument was was taking the melody or we know leading the chin. You'd play different accompaniment a different texture behind it but unlike morton drumming where you often have you know you've got your right hand on a symbol left hand on the snapdragon. Usually you know this sort of thing. Hander spread apo- on different instruments at this point. Most of the time. The germans would focus on one sound two times. He'd have both hands on the next chorus. Both hands on woodblock because of different instruments

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Tiger Woods told deputies after crash that he did not remember driving

News, Traffic and Weather

00:41 sec | 5 months ago

Tiger Woods told deputies after crash that he did not remember driving

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"chin" Discussed on Welcome To The Music

Welcome To The Music

05:02 min | 6 months ago

"chin" Discussed on Welcome To The Music

"Electric relaxation and some other like hip hop standards. The really liked that Who else has got stuff. Oh anger saint hilaire has been putting out a ton of just like fire all year long magazine to layer is just really incredible funny witty. Great bars Grime artists from the uk. So been enjoying his stuff and freeze chin who mixed and mastered my ep. Also i don't know if you mix by not masters mangoes stuff too. And he mango actually put out a beat tape as well together a couple of weeks ago. Who else got great stuff The ob gm's also put out a great album last year. And i think just last week dropped some remixes of a featuring clermont the second also claremont. A second draw to new video and last week. Yeah i thought. I was going to have also remember already find the time. You've got these Bisco tech performances. You're you're putting together a new full length album. You're listening to new music. Thank goodness you're not on the t. T. c. or having traveled to go and do any of these things true I honestly someone the other day told me that quest love who has been. Dj -ing basically every night of the pandemic for four hours. I e spend five hours a day listening to new music. That's what he said. And i have never been the same since i looked the man put in five hours just listening to new music and then he played for four hours. That's that's a full work day plus overtime average shore. So i mean yeah. Where do i find the time i mean. I don't know that i'm finding the time that you that is true. That is true but you know. That's that's sort of the high water. Mark that i aspire to so every couple of weeks i take like a week or two off just to be like cool. I think i'm i think i'm just out of stuff to play in my brain anyway..

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"chin" Discussed on Welcome To The Music

Welcome To The Music

03:28 min | 6 months ago

"chin" Discussed on Welcome To The Music

"Welcome welcome. Welcome thank you for joining us. Really appreciate the time. Yeah thanks for having me. it's Nice to talk to people who don't live in my own house. You have a lot of people there that live in your house that you're sick and tired not a lot. i mean. I'm not sick and tired of any of them and my best friend and that's cool but it's also just. They're still the same people they were a year ago. And i'm all out of variety can't believe as soon as you said that it has been almost a year up on our one it is. It is nuts. So let me ask you this right off the bat. Then how how have you been keeping. This becomes a surprise to literally anybody. But i'm good. I'm good. I'm built for this life And all it took a global pandemic to allow me the luxury to live with it. Yeah i mean this even before this. My my whole ethos has gradually become one of our really. Wanna leave the house. Unless i'm going out to get paid or going out to get my friends paid You know. I'm just trying to have a good time and then come home and just make stuff that i like and yeah now i have every excuse in the world to do that and i get to look sponsoring kind and caring human being doing so did you. Did you have your your like. Did you have your whole setup in studio in the house before we went. Got into all this. Yeah not on the level it is now because as you faces and glowing sony a seven three camera acting as a way overpowered webcam and if the gopro behind was back i could hit a switch. And then you'd see that. Yeah it so. Everything was in the house and i finally just had an excuse to spend the last little bit of money just kind of pulling it all together so that i never have to leave ever again once one incredibly antisocial i realize but it's just i don't like a lot of stuff. I just really liked the things that i like and now i just had to find that enthusiasm for things that i like inside my own house. That's what i'm doing now. Fair enough fair enough are you also. You've sort of spruce. Stop in spiced up your setup there. Are you also one of those people. That's looking for a bigger places. Well i mean who can afford to look for any other place than the ones they're the pandemic was going to finally lace of justice to the real estate market in toronto. And no it only exacerbated thing. So i don't know i mean in general i'm not i hope i never have to move. Been at the place i've been at was like two thousand and twelve and we're very happy here. You know. my wife also works from home a lot of the time as well. We have the space in the freedom and the flexibility to do that..

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"chin" Discussed on Welcome To The Music

Welcome To The Music

04:11 min | 7 months ago

"chin" Discussed on Welcome To The Music

"This is all song i wrote. Okay yeah does that. In other words the new one in a school away strays a tally. No was chopper in the hearts of man when everything grows called it will. Hey thanks jennifer rush two at a time saved system when you can trust you out on the coal excuse me fi. Fi firefly in my solo can't In mass learning though rain will blow it. No man can stop it own bothering wash. It blow. It is to wash it. I keep some some muscle show. Forget the words. that's wonderful. Thank you thank you thank you. It was a a bank you which just a combination of tubers outra but replaying a lot lately. But thank you guys. Thank you so much for your time chin. This has been great much appreciated. Chill if people want to reengage with you your music and what you're working on. Where should they go to check it out Chins degrom instagram. C. h. i. n. s. t. o. g. r. Atm just hit me there. That's where i'm active. Yeah chen thank you so much. thank you so much. It's been a pleasure eibar. Happy new year. Thank you guys. Take care of yourself. God bless tom down..

"chin" Discussed on Welcome To The Music

Welcome To The Music

05:47 min | 7 months ago

"chin" Discussed on Welcome To The Music

"I don't know old Some cool artists coming out of vancouver. I'm i'm working. I work with those girl beer. Ab are on atlantic I don't know it just. I didn't television as i told you. Took a little break the record when it gets a little flat. I kinda about what to do something that's going to inspire me It's not always in the game. You know. music is in it looms in so many places. Listen i am going to be honest with you here When when your name came across my desk. I looked at the name sounds familiar. I don't know this person then. I started reading. Oh yeah i remember basis base and then what shocked me was. I'm reading morning go. What three time. Grammy award winner jude. Juneau's okay. I can see the journals but wait three time grammy award winner and i'm thinking in my head. How come. I'm not hearing about chin outside of somebody contacting greg. H in might be a great guest for your show. Someone i want to ask you this. What is it with is is a. Is this a canadian thing. Is it a music thing. What is it that we don't know about chin and his just any grammy award winner. But you're winning this with your work on on with with eminem. I think you don't want to. I think because of where. I live now yet. It's a it's a city that doesn't really actively in forwardly celebrate. Its own like i remember when we won that. Grammy we on the cover of the entertainment in rancho of the arc gear. But when i was here no one wrote anything about anything and and for me to go and ask people to write about me. It doesn't look good. Bacon gave me like a a star like a star on the walk of framingham. They still don't sell didn't make a big deal out of it. They just gave it to me right. So i don't know i don't know why would attribute that to. I think if i was in toronto it'd be different for sure it would be because toronto is really changed from. When we grew up in toronto we celebrate our own in toronto. now people are proud to be torontonians. And you feel that all over the world like if you go to l. a. The torontonians are proud of who they are and whether from and in some ways it actually opens horse meetings from you from our toy. It's not like that. ben. Cooper get i mean and it's a conversation i've had before but it just comes if you've got to be careful about to you don't want to sound like a bad sport or whatever it is. I do find it weird and let's let's face it like we do music to be heard and seen as well express or for some people impressed. We impressed like you know. I want to be known for the cool thing. Do i mean i i work with. How could i not be proud of that. You know.

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"chin" Discussed on Welcome To The Music

Welcome To The Music

05:43 min | 7 months ago

"chin" Discussed on Welcome To The Music

"To some unlike drake or the weekend as much wrap as it is or rb as it is if you listen to the weekend you hear susan badchi's sampled in their music or you could hear drake did a whole record based on liqi lee samples you know like not everyone knows that oh toronto. Toronto musicians know that. I remember in toronto hanging out with a group of us. And i'd like to think a lot of us were like pioneers of what's going on in that city now because those same still in may and present company included are responsible for some of the cool things that are happening our city. You know so. It's pretty cool ahead. I was going to say. I think it was reflective. I think back to the eighties eighties in the nineties. Like our our live. Music scene are live. Music scene reflected that as well. I mean you it go to lee's palace and you'd have you know a skull band open up for funk rock band in the closing band a folk. It was just a real mess and then did you remember in lease pal. They had a place called the tunnel and there was a dance club after a punk show. You know it's it. I don't know how to describe revoked. I don't know how to describe it but it's it's I remember listening to motorhead. And then being okay to listen to us know trump ques- or grandmaster flash or dale. You're listening to fishbone and then listening to joy division and being okay like i didn't have to belong to one thing and acting go and i can tell you these stories. I can go on and on now. I'm not saying that everybody was like me right. But there is a group of people that are like me and mostly in the creative people most creative Were as eclectic as i am if not more and some of them even were able to like. We have a band in toronto while the statics. And they're like there. Were like our david. Byrne david bowie. Are you know the wonderful project a whale music. We were opening up for them..

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"chin" Discussed on Welcome To The Music

Welcome To The Music

03:30 min | 7 months ago

"chin" Discussed on Welcome To The Music

"I wanted to congratulate you. You are the co host of number one hundred forty one the one hundred forty one ranked music podcast hundred and forty one. I started getting hundred and forty one and take to one hundred forty. I one hundred forty. I ranked podcast about in canada. Congratulations i didn't realize this that this was specific to welcome to the music until after i sent it to you. I was just excited. Oh we're back ranking in canada. And i realized oh this is welcome to the music. Funny high. the following podcast is brought to you by radical road brewery. The best craft beer in the heart of leslie. Bill find him at seventy seven queen street east. That's radical road brewery. Hey this is gina jetty and welcome to the music. Welcome welcome welcome. We're glad to have you here really appreciate you joining us. Thank you for having me. Yeah thanks for. Thanks for coming on okay. So the hard hitting questions begin you. Just finish watching mandalorian. It was incredible. Okay so you give thumbs up. Oh yeah absolutely besting up seeing this whole holiday really young and we waited. We waited to see it on purpose so we can see the whole season in one day. So is this season to now. You've watched like all at once or we. Yeah okay yeah. We went in. We went in man we had a huge who'd replay and and we resumed with our family in california and three family watching it together. So it's also nice. Wow you guys like star wars fans. Or what's the i. I wouldn't say fanatic but we it After that my had started building lego They're fourteen in eighteen and they went out and got some legal when they're building They've look the millennium falcon last night. So that's kinda cool. Wow that is neat so good show. You'd rather highly recommend it. Yes nice i remember. I remember building star wars as a kid. It was before the rainy these kits. Yes william falcon. It was like this big square block with a slightly smaller square block at the front and very bad. I remember as a kid having all the books no toys. The mom and dad wouldn't let us by the toys but we did. Have the books saw the star wars books and apparently there's like a bunch of them way more than the movies like i'm yet absolutely. You can tell a huge star wars fan right. I couldn't care..

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"chin" Discussed on VS

VS

04:44 min | 8 months ago

"chin" Discussed on VS

"Is on the psychiatry couch. Everybody hates me. Nobody loves me. Litterbox lies on her side and spills her guts within litterbox a perfect or kit a chocolate covered. Strawberry a new iphone with a glittery sleeve amber earrings from pushkin. He's to a new porsche. A retro chanel brooch against he science left ear as sars penis gifts so rare. Please don't stay. What's in veto. Box ran sa- charmaine a sliver of co pete. Fact last week's hummus your a starving orphan from east brooklyn and you eat it so you want to fuck little box. You want to know her secret. She won't open up. She won't give it an you are genuinely By her filthy ribbon. You want to do little box. You are a sorry story you creep. Why don't you get off. The couch wind of veal girlfriend bass baps white square and without a soul. Please don't analyze the toe box. She's just cardboard clogging the landfill her mother precious. Jade purse has been we gifted man. That was oh my god of fun. I cannot believe that marilyn chin legendary maryland chin of many awards was on our show talking about levitated out of my body. I.

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"chin" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

02:23 min | 1 year ago

"chin" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

"I think that you know you know we're creating. Creating You know historical. Are. Absolutely. Looking forward to see what you do with his character you know I think there's a lot of room to play. It sounds like from what I read it subscription and And I'm sure hopefully that will allow you to give your input to kind of making your own little. That'd be nice. Yeah it's It's funny. I mean It's been fun and they. Are. All accolades, and they're getting into Jewish getting as well, I'm gonNA treat of the show and and you know of. Healers are too. I mean that's been the ocean. Well when you have to do is stay alive because they They have renewed them for a second season. So, you just gotTa Living, and then your character income back onto him some more. And if I don't know probably awesome. And Dreams and I really WanNa thank you for taking the time to talk to me. It's an absolute pleasure and I'm really. Happy for Ya. I think it's a great to have you in his pardon. And to have you back into DC universe, and just lately the work you're doing. He's just been exemplary. It's really been fun to. You know see watching I'm sure you had some fun even doing twenty twelve. Handgun. The mayans were wrong, but Yeah Who Talent as well, but that's great, so thank you again for talking to me as soon as I heard you were available, I just jumped on because you know you're you're you're on my list? Oh thanks. I appreciate it very much like you best of luck. Yeah, okay. I'm going to be watching. Listening You're. Okay that sounds good all right, thank you. Very special thanks to creative. Pr And Chin, Han won't be appearing. As he said on several episodes of Arrow as Frank Chen and certainly gave me some great stuff behind the scene stuff on a Batman. Dark Knight. I didn't even realize how they shot some of that Sommese what they can do these days until very next. Sifi talking so much for listening I. Am Chin-han. I'll be appearing an Arrow and hiding. Suggest you take a shot at listening to..

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"chin" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

The Ross Bolen Podcast

05:38 min | 1 year ago

"chin" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

"Yeah, so that person is this kind of echo chamber where they're quoting person's quote. That quoted this person's call. Yes, now I've got to go page nine of the Google to find the actual quote that that person wrote and it turns out. It's like about some other shows seven different other states on it, so it's different pages on there, and so for me. That is singly the most difficult thing we had a conversation about. Every time Stone Age. Bronze, age copper age. They talk about these as monumental changes, normally and technology that whoever mastered that technology ruled that era right right first person to figure out a throw a rock and kill somebody, said a fist they rule took advantage over that person came at me. I found out a smelt steel where you don't do it that rock pop stab with that boom boom boom as it got further faster stronger whatever we're in the information age now the way that anybody who knows how the wheel this power is going to rule situation, and it's going back and forth. I said this right now. Our situation right now. Our are so big. Are Triggers are so big? That anybody can press them. Yeah, that's the difficult part and that's what's so easy. When I was at the protest that this past Sunday Sunday before literally pull some kid out by the collar shirt, not even thinking about my own safety because I don't know how crazy this person was was breaking shit with breaking down a barricade. You know and I sit there and pull them by shirt like a child, and he was a child I. Mean I don't know how old he was, but you know I'm a big dude six five. And I'll sit there and I pulled him aside and I was like. What are you doing, I'm like what is this doing for the cost? What are you doing right now? You know like what we're doing right now as it do realize that that barricade was put up to keep that traffic from running for us. Trying to keep a safe and I was like what are you doing i? If this is the way that you're expressing fine, but I need to know because it looks like you're just fucking shit up. And then I guess what you're skinny ass. I'm twice your size. I'm going to be a target. I'm a big brown dude. They're gonNA. Shoot your ass with a fucking beanbag. They hit him. And I was like what are you doing in the again? I? Don't know if he was legitimately angry. I don't know if he was just some kid fucking around I. Don't know what, but I'll tell you what. At the right time, if someone caught that footage, it would have it could be spun and ninety different ways, and that's the thing. I think the failures information to to realize that I. Mean You just put very well? What I've been trying to express in so many words for a couple of weeks now in terms of the news. Because what I've been finding? Is You know Let's just say like. A lot of white people grew up on Fox News okay, and that's a safe assumption. Lot of white people grew up on Fox News. You Go Watch Fox News right now talking about Do the show at Wendy's over the weekend. You're going to get a completely different story than if you go check CNN and and get a story about the DUDA got shot at that Wendy's over the weekend. Now if you go to MSNBC, you're going to get somewhere in between if you go to every single one of them carries a slant to the degree that you are no longer even getting the regular s story or the real story you're. You're getting this weird. Emotional charged politically version of it. That's feeding into a narrative. I was laughing yesterday with my dad because I said you know what taught me about narratives, the NBA because season after season after season. The fucking media tells everybody in America, that James Harden is ruining the game of basketball. That is the worst thing that's ever happened. They used to do this with ai to Alan, Iverson. he's a ball hog. He shoots too much. He's never had any playoff success. He's a choker. None of these things are true of course, but if you told them over and over and over and over statistically. They are false. Statistically you cannot argue with the fact that he is one of the most prolific offensive and now above average defensive players in the history of basketball. He might be the best score to ever have touched a basketball statistically by the time it's all said and done if you look at things from a Cleveland's not counting, like the fact that will chamberlain was fucking seven feet tall planet much like would know three points the thirty second rule ballgame like it's whole I get all that, but like statistically the media narrative the narrative that people latch onto, and they just love it, and it's like it's fun to hate on James. Harden and he's got a beard like fuck Houston. People onto it in you after year after year he puts up the numbers. He puts up, but it does not matter. The narrative is more fun and for White People. This entire situation is that. And the and the foothold, and again like I said I go back to the idea of how difficult it is to literally admit I didn't know that I was wrong. I was wrong or oh man, that's new. It's so hard to say I mean think how many relationships are ruined because of that you know dogma. Most relationships and you're talking about literally that concept I mean I remember right in the very beginning, and that's me my general, and you can see on social media anytime. I have a debate the tendencies for me to never really I don't like Gotcha Shit I. Don't like I just like to provide data and I'm like this is data. I need you to come up with your team. I. Just need you to figure out what you feel about this but I need you to know all the data for instance one of the first times I posted something about it. Somebody was immediately jumping on and posted this video about this guy. They're like what about this? Dallas Re Bar owner that was murdered in the streets. Yeah, everybody had watched that. Inform any and I said..

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"chin" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

The Ross Bolen Podcast

06:20 min | 1 year ago

"chin" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

"It's time I segment. Signalling my virtue with Ck Chen. We are now joined by my friend. Mr Ck Chin who has appeared on this show more than any other recurring guest. I believe fourth time if I'm not mistaken. Google his name CK Chen in the Rose Bowl and podcast to find all the other episodes he's been on and listen to them as well CK owns a couple few of my favorite restaurants and Austin he has also been a great example and mentor to me as an activist, he's among the more gentle and good natured human people I've ever met in his calming presence makes me feel better. which we all need right now, so let's bring him in. Mr Ck Chen. C. K. Welcome back. It's been far too long. although not much is really happened in the world since you were last on the show. I don't know what we're going to discuss. Yeah, nothing I'm not. You know. Take from the audience. Obviously, we have a lot to cover. Today but first and foremost obviously very closely on social media. That's like my main way I get to keep up with what's going on with you. It's probably vice versa And you've been very active in in Austin Texas marching as part of the protests in the in the black. Lives Matter Movement. How has that experience been on the ground floor in Austin? You know what it's. is again as so much dichotomy in the world right now and I think that's going to be the theme for this conversation and and and I think for you knowing me now. You've probably if anybody who's ever heard me on. This show balances the name of my. Like my mantra writes all about balancing, and so in life I think that that one it was. Simultaneously. Super, motivational, and inspirational and positive while also. Very difficult in this hardening and heartbreaking that. I mean this is probably the fourth or fifth March that. I've been in for something similar granted it. I gotTA. Admit it. It is feeling a little different this time. There's a lot more and I think that you know the reason. Why even got involved in the first place was? Before I can figure out anything that I can do or should do. It was a solidarity moment, right? It was It was a kind of moment where. You're a comedian. Say That before where if you see fourteen people running away? You should just before you ask the question. Just start running first and then when you take a breath, go well. What are we running from right? You know what I mean. That might be a foolish way to think about it, but in a weird, and I understand what you're saying. What the what I'm trying to say is while we're trying to figure out what exactly is happening or solidarity. There's a point where I go. I agree with the broad strokes of what's happening. I agree with everything on its face value Wow, I play. My role haven't figured that out yet, but let's let's margin to. We figure that out sure. And I think that's where a lot of his are where it's like especially a lot of white people, and I think you mentioned. This time feels different. It feels way different from where I'm sitting in for an as a white guy who knows mostly white people. it's been in a and I'm curious as to as to your thoughts on why this is. obviously you're not white and you're not black. so you have a good a perspective on sort of a third party perspective on this whole situation, and then you have your own perspective as an Asian American. Who's unsure experience, somebody else things in your lifetime as well which is going to get into some of that later, but. I have noticed more white people myself included. I always had an understanding of the racial issues of in America on some level, and that level increased as I grew in age and life experience, and started to figure out some things on my own, not just going off the text books I read in third and fifth and seventh grade, or whatever right, which were mostly painted up for me as a white dude, always in the most positive light everything we did in America like from Christopher Columbus, discovering America. It was never. Never like Yo. He discovered America, but like some really fucked up. Shit had to happen original remark. They never said any of that. It was just straight up like this dude was a hero. He was the first person to discover it. He took care of everything. Hey, this dinner they had. It's called Thanksgiving. We celebrate that by the way there was slavery for a little bit. We got rid of that Shit though it was tight America baby in a little white dude you like that sounds legit. It's pretty much. On par with my experience here on this earth, then the older you get, you're like Oh this one for me though. Was Very eye-opening and that a lot of the The systematic side of it. has clicked a lot more from me. Yeah, that's something. White people don't have any experience with and that frankly. From a messaging standpoint has obviously never been properly communicated to white people who care. I have never fully understood, and I can't write. Fully understand, but I've never even had that moment where I was like. Fuck Dude America's totally different place. If you're waking up and you're not white, right? Institution did it's yes did that it's in. It's not just like People Wanna point at one thing. And make it about one thing you'll get these people who bring up I got into on. Twitter with people this weekend with people bringing up George Floyd's his toxicology report. And I was. And I was I, if you. Better keep that same energy when they come for me. Because if they test be right now I've got xanax. We'd my system. They're going to sail was high and it's not the case. and. You're missing the fucking point entirely. What the Shit does that have to do if anything that further clarifies the issue. Which is that? This was a man that felt like he needed to be on those things for this for even get fucking life, which is just like in I. Know It's easy for white people to justify all this shit away, but. That systematic side of it had never clicked from before where to this degree were now I'm like Oh..

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"chin" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

The Ross Bolen Podcast

03:20 min | 1 year ago

"chin" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

"Bowling and I'm clearly a narcissist. Today's episode is going to be fairly serious in tone. And feature a special guest, arguably the fan favourite recurring guest on this podcast. Mr Ck Chin. Shit will be fairly heavy. Life is heavy for everyone right now, so conversations about life will surely be heavy as well so. I wanted to provide you with an appetizer to that heavy main course. Since? Many people are angry about the things I've said, or they outright refuse to listen to me. A white dude talk about black people, problems and many people myself included have refused to listen to black people screaming about black people problems for decades I figured I'd just bring in an Asian and solve this whole shit. If you came here today with the goal of being morally clean, becoming virtuously whole incredibly woke positively roused. Then you're in the right place. You will leave today's podcast with no malice in your heart, all the racist stains removed from your otherwise blemish-free soul with the ability to move forward untethered by racial inequities or systematic injustices I. Am of course kidding. And his both C, K will say today. And I have said for years now. I do not expect you to agree with everything I say. It is fine for us to have different perspectives and beliefs and ideas, as long as we are all open to hearing each other out, and then reevaluating our own shit based on that conversation. That's how it should work, but I don't expect us to find perfectly harmonious common ground on all issues. In while I would hope that everyone listening has the ability to hear and not just fucking. Passively listen. And I would hope that we all recognize our responsibility in our part in bettering this world. Sadly I know. This may be the last time some of you listen to my show because you're not ready for that truth yet. That's saddens me, but I wanted to say goodbye. And thank you for the support over the years that has allowed me a platform to now hopefully help institute positive change in the world. You built this. Not Me And I am forever indebted to your dumb ass when you're ready, come back before we go any further though. I would once again like to signal my own virtue. Please note the color of my skin and that I am clearly podcast. Jesus Jesus was also white like Santa Claus, and Sammy Sosa, and as such I cannot help, but notice how much better I am than all of you. The infallible Ross Bohlin who has never committed or admitted to a mistake in his life, much less made the logo for his livelihood, a permanent reminder of his own weird, as past never done a set, or said a single racist thing, or even had a solitary racist thought. I am here on. On my ivory soap box of white privilege, simply singlehandedly correcting an institutional wrong, that is suppressed a race of Americans for hundreds and hundreds of years. You're all so very welcome and I will accept all thanks in the form of tweets. DMZ emails to fill the hole in my heart created when my wife left me, thank you, Oh, and also there are no advertisements in this episode, not because it didn't feel right to include ads, because we didn't distract from the message or some shit, but because nobody bought any. I will show you one right now. Let me know and I will hit pause..

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"chin" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

04:55 min | 1 year ago

"chin" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Chin on zoom and the man creating date nights outside of his pregnant wife's hospital window that story about twenty minutes from the tech world there are three things that may result in a better post pandemic world one is video conferencing another is robotics which is getting a ton of attention right now and a third is three D. printing here's what to watch for from rob Enderle founder of the Enderle group rob your take first thing I picked was video conferencing and M. Porter conferences we were being asked to work at home and now we're discovering all the shortfalls of bitter video conferencing tools either this is the technology out followed since the mid sixties when I first came to market at that Disney world after that the world's fair in New York and be up and the problem is that most of this is going to be that the standard way of of doing calls and it wasn't about bands course your state was until I think the nineteen eighties only next had a pop up or we're going to try to do it deployed inside companies backed but while I was involved with was with apple and employees were so convinced that their CEO was spying on them that that that that though they taken their apple had to put the mobile all the cameras on their desktop you refuse to use the blood work in week a week after the seventies and stuff it was very hard to use did not operate we got to the eighties we had system and the dog is made up we read up in the nineties I did operate a puritan operate great problems to get the two thousand and and up but then that we have things like these five pop up but a family worked on apple so it was just very odd to me that at this particular point hundred we've kind of figured out the phone stated to work with other phones we couldn't figure out the teleconferencing systems needed to work with other teleconferencing systems and now because of this critical need without starting to drive an interoperable at least one system can have contact another and of course we had zoom pop up out of no where it kind of takes your car industry by storm just by making stuff easy and by not being tied to a particular platform now they but now there's just a ton of work going on we speak with rob Enderle principal and founder of the Enderle group we're talking about a piece he's written for tech news world entitled three improvements the cobit nineteen pandemic may for stars references via video conferences also tossed in their reconsidering robot robotics yeah well it's because you know a lot of the issue with regard to this call but if that is that although some of the people that you absolutely need are at the forefront of the of the of the panel recyclables that risk of getting sick with that first responders could be receptionist but it's the it's the people that you have that are facing other people because of how you're going to catch the disease as people that can't work remote but we're today we could actually replace a living people with robots that are remotely controlled by those people and so and so now suddenly rather than waiting for a time to meet up whatever race it's wonderful headed a performer place but there are short cuts that we can take we can use robots but but we use robots to disarm bombs they those are you know a ton about vehicles those are controlled remotely by a specialist to that goes in and deals with the bomb from a safe distance as it goes up it takes out the robot but it doesn't take out the employees so that so that kind of effort as well as really stepped up and we're certainly seeing the factories that are highly automated where the workers are at least partially spread are doing far better to say packing plants finish up with the three D. printing what three D. printing it really comes down to it and it ended up and three D. printing is is designed to kind of report revolutionize manufacturing and if you think of a big manufacturing plant in a way it's up to the three D. printer with people at that right now if you take those people out and you had a baby factory plant were robbed reels came in with three D. printers are being seen as a way to reduce substantially the the the incidence of of infection because what a three D. printer does rather than having to do a lot along logistics chain any one of which could have could be affected they manufacture the part right there on site raw materials and thus reducing the number of people that have to interact with that particular component and reducing the potential for that for that infection to spread into the plant and so it really providing a way for three D. printers to have another reason to justify their existence and that there are far safer technology than other forms of public supply is rob rob Enderle principal and founder of the Enderle group it's twenty one minutes now in front of the hour on this weekend okay.

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"chin" Discussed on Ringside Toe2Toe Boxing Podcast

Ringside Toe2Toe Boxing Podcast

11:04 min | 1 year ago

"chin" Discussed on Ringside Toe2Toe Boxing Podcast

"Tavola call US zone kid. Gavilan Gene FULMER TRIPLE J canal. Some recent ones in there all Lumasoda called Thompson James Tony Rocky Marciano Matthew. Saad Muhammad. John Cal Zygi Holyfield Hagler in in a just some of the suggestions we had ma first dibs on this. The point. Is You know like James. Sony had a good team but he also had a great defense so it didn't get. He often to cleaning when he did it. He certainly gave combination court time. Sony want shots you've done while you're not gonNA catch itunes right. I mean call them in modern era. What's achieved a Adamy? Not Why hand George? Groves hidden with a mini literally underwent. We will know George Grotto's serious power so it wasn't just grows his pilot star the fires. Well it wasn't twelve rounds in. You hadn't even moved into. Ill literally walk run switch when the GOP economies kind of his leg was issued books. I mean he got through it. I mean just unbelievable. Eleanor McColl memory. It's not included. He's having a breakdown in the and just see enough on him getting shut off to shut again. Start nodding another one. I mean the fog Mugabe and runs frightening. I mean there's so many many or are we going to discuss the peak Juanele. Well now on on that Barry coming off that list. I want to pick up on a pick your favorite Chin but trying to explain ways that Sung fighters genetically can take a take a shot at another visit. Something you can train. I don't know I think you can go back to the point and also taking a shots and you can't you can't Chin that's true but you can get used to take shelter and also it depends on people throw so when someone hits you with a big heavy shelves once you taken out you can take them day if someone changes the temple of the the punches. That's forget you and also it's you think you take you think you can take a shot like is all Mamata Korea professional career. I never went on. Wants ever hit the flow ones so Artha Chin and in my last ago. Don't six times so I did not good gym? It depends on what level you books not good Chin. And then you step to you. Think he'd be punches. And you step inside world and all of a sudden you'll what you think is your Chin is actually made the candy and you fall over so I think it can. It can be a lot to do with the boxing. That's okay do resistance. Actually is what you'll find out. Great fighters have a bit of everything. And that's that's why we we love him and hate a Majella system at the same time. Okay let's dissect them who you think has the best chance ma about list that we said. I know you picked from the modern era. If you had to pick one J- if you had to build yourself a boxer whose Chin would you take remember Magi Hagler ever really been badly shaken OPA Tommy? Hearns came out. I Ryan just start throwing bombs and we now tummy hundreds an absolute massacre point. And now I'm not saying. He didn't stunning it's to again. It's the isn't the amine fraudulent cows aggie Boca quite jeans front from the UK and in the modern era. But I think Mohamed Elaine took with our junk fries with the fifteenth Ramsey physically exhausted absolutely shattered Absolute Page on the Chin. As you're about was shot yourself so you didn't see coming dropped heavy up. I mean that that's equal to go chain. You know it's not the fact that doesn't mean you never go down. But he went down and he got straight up. Baddies achieved say saying never gone down. Could Gavin Hudgens for Italy? Fights never stops assembly. All Brown and twenty nine wins nineteen defeats. Never GonNA stop. You know she opened the happen Ramos. He was another one. Then you might see. Ramos seems nineties heavyweights where Ibrox speak constantly. Kupa Holyfield Lewis Larry Holmes and a one of them could put a dent in. We could put him on the floor. Just think stopped at the end of his career. Looks real other nutmeg. Heavyweights only bettered by the seventies heavyweights and not one of them could put identified him and all of other caller. You mentioned though Tony Tucker Lewis home through on Tyson's Rego's fighting partner and there was rumors and they would just to and just Bassett each other and you just think how did he did. He never hit the floor and he never hit the phone his whole career in believable. I don't know whether this they see punches. Coming in tents or cutting you made the group Will James Sony the Great Chin embedded mind. He went through the way to that Chin. But I think what you said the vision to ride shots which sometimes these scholars his Co. Kitchen action is someone like Jake. Lamotta fought with his face in many ways. Well I was going to say I've never met George Tavola but Ed Robinson caught up with him on camera a convention. I Karma which governing body it was and we did a pace on it and people say that he had a granite chin. An absolute impregnable Greenwich it. I just wonder if it's a curse or a blessing if you will fighter because I don't know if call sometimes if certainly in the modern era and triple j take shots don't have to take because they know that they can take them out of 'cause they should someone forgot or as it wasn't on the list but it's got to be mentioned the more opinion and that's why. Mcculloch asks CAST CAST on August Glasgow Post Ariston. Who was probably stayed in a bigger on the night and I'm on ice. Ages bounced shots shots at the odds of his in skyser. Be Thinking Watts after. Put these believable. Chain tape really gets enough crepes. Chin Canal each flushes off. They all know how hit and he just didn't even blink. That's around the hall of field. Another guy who was a accrues elite moving up just stood. Toe To toe were the best regeneration. All of the best habits generation. It's highly critical is another one. It tends to be heavyweights that we remember mostly because it taken thunders inches of but there was resent sound provoked mccaw light welterweight lunatic. Russian new cuts up and MAC crazy but put him on. The floor was almost impossible. Task is fascinating watching someone that you know is Cheney and it's also fascinating watching someone that has a granite gin and expose. You can't have it both ways but it is great to watch and the curse. I remember Nathan cleverly ugly another Great Chin Nathan cleverly fantastic chain and when he box accommodating Cardiff and call it. There was a punch. Ebb is still unknown at the world level and speaking the Nathan stats and I say you have a good book and a good look at work. And he said we're GONNA put it rights on what they did. They gambled Nathan's Chin with data than the politics of comic not twitter. Maybe his Chin became coach because they took up gamble and couldn't be heard and obviously blew up in their face. When I spoke to Nathan couple years off to that when we were over in Germany. The brain flip. I asked him about in. Would you do this? Would that he said it didn't matter site put. My gloves taught my face and he was still punching through them off. He said the lumps on his head on his skull. Like golf boost Into that's how already hidden when I got I was GonNa say when I got beat. Blasio freighters on facebook company was pompous. My father than like a full string thing baseball cap. I have to do it by to a to Papas. On the back of my head was so swollen on from the punches. He hit me and massive. Holly attested this the punches me down. Weren't this powerful punch. That didn't show you. Don't see sometime that puts you dining necessary. Big The hottest Acura on shut. You didn't see you got you got hit some of the shots like you. So Oh just what was that an and obviously the headshots into the department and they probably shot and then you will go because the headshots scrambled your sense as you. You're not sure where you out is. Probably only like a millisecond to you. It feels like about a minute. I'M GONNA go hit once as an amateur. I looked at the referee and obviously it was just split seconds but for me it was like slow motion hit so ads looked to go. I'm okay and they had never seen anything. But when you get hurt you just lychee for the second. You'RE GONNA wear you out him. And as Max said that when you didn't cease chimneys punches it's not just the Shia role. Paula is the technique and the setup tax makes so at the World Level Assessment. Pathum of this before we move onto the second topic. Just relay my one and only boxing story so was a Jim Evans. Back Garden Sparring. Which is really on when. I say sparring. I put my hands off and let someone tee off of me because I'm useless and I but I was doing it properly and it would pros in the gym. And they're really good. Let me move around with them. But it was a guy and I never thought that his name and one thing about him was he he had a Ashida Junkin there. You'll be fine and if you're not find you will have learned something and these going. I can just vouch for what you said. You know. I've said it before. But you know when you go on a ball freeman you pull the cord. And sometimes it's slips and the lights go on for split-second an organ. I got hit with show I think but it was like someone pulled the cord in my bathroom and at the end of the round was your K. And I said Yeah what happened. And he said he hit you with a massive right hand that must have been like the lights going on first Split Second. He said you never lose. You just stood up upright as if someone had just electric and that's the only relation. I can put what you just said. A high level is like someone slipping on the on the bathroom light and the lights go on and offers a split second. My brother got hit so houses and I'm mature. I have to stop trying to push the razor blades through starting your when you question. Martine long question if he felt that he was okay. We should insert a disclaiming embarrassed. Nobody should brush their teeth with a razor blade. Without proper supervision often referred to as the key to boxing success a good job. The fundamentals is all list of fighters who agreed everything off the job so had some great suggestions. This minutes..

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"chin" Discussed on If These Ovaries Could Talk

If These Ovaries Could Talk

02:36 min | 1 year ago

"chin" Discussed on If These Ovaries Could Talk

"Of our instagram gay gave away and you entered talk sweaters and we have a winner Eric Kane who goes by the handle carried away. Nineteen carried live by the way. That's a great name because it's carried carried away. Nineteen good job. Congratulations you're GONNA get T shirt and a Mug and a pin in a sticker. All right thank you for following us. Thank you thank you talk Guys sometimes we tell a story here something like this but our guest is to frigging big for big speak treat. What's coming up? You guys remember Stacey Anchin from our very first live event Stacey anchin w at the WNYC greenspace yes and and Olympic epic. It was fantastic. She is a powerhouse. She is a fire rocket. You never know where this before. All right my friend Janna shot up to Jenny from a upset one. Said stacy engine. Is The kite you just hold gone. That's literally what happened through. She wanted to come back she. Who who who can yes? Oh she's back is she's here. Got A new book out called crossfire. Litany for survival and it's a book of her poetry. Yeah and so she we were like she said she wanted to come back and we were like. Oh my God yes. Yeah we went in with this whole idea. We're going to flip the script and talk talk about women in the body and she was going to interview us and it was going to be a lot of chatter. Yeah Stacey Stacey and does what she wants she talks and we and we go with it basically and it was but it was great though we ended up talking about some really well time stuff because it's black history month about like racism and how to talk to your kids about that. The stomach racism. Yeah I mean I feel like we're just going to start giving away the podcast we should we let Stacey Nelson and never actually give away this much so let's let's just bring her in o but before before before before before before. Don't forget forget. Yeah Yeah We. We took video of her during the recording. So we have some video patriot account and we also have video at the end. She reads a poem from her book so stake AAC stay tuned for the end of this podcast. Because you're going to hear this poem that is like super powerful superpower amazing silently staring at her belly which did happen Sorolla We we have that video also on patron dot com slash overstocks. Not over there. If you're if you're not in that community missing out come on over okay enough of US right. Yeah let's get. Let's talk to stacy and Chan Stacey own here. We go.

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"chin" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

The Ross Bolen Podcast

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"chin" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

"When you got into the restaurant industry is just a matter of which thing fits, right, and what you're willing to deal with and and again, I think the straw that really broke the camel's back proverbially is is that I my was mentor, quote unquote, teacher was assigned to you. You know, she was she was a good in the. Content level. I think she was organized in her curriculum was fine. But I don't think she liked kids like like shin like noise she and like dumb questions, she didn't like this organization like she liked funding and soc. Just one of those things where I was constantly in that room. I just got the image of their greater like just ripping one when he's asleep on the floor snapping. Yeah. And then for you to yell at her like, what are you doing just quiet time? And again, I don't know having over developed sense, of empathy. But, you know, just looking at these kids like man likes was even though I grew up in. Public schools being able to get about when I got went from. I went from a Montessori school because my parents went let me waited there's no way that was going to happen. So they put me on a Montessori schools. I can get started. That's why I was younger than everybody. That when I got to the public school. They saw my name Chung chin and put me into ESL. Immediately English is second language just like positive racism positive races. The put may go this kid, obviously needs ESL. So they put me like Asian people are maybe the only race where that exists yet. White people have positive racism over the place, but it's usually because of other white people who are being racist to it's one of those fascinating things where I was like I understand. But I literally was in that class for, you know, a few days because you know, I got into this class. I, you know, coming from whatever I was reading like a sixth grade level, whatever it was and I'm walking in this class, and she's like candle, you know, was this on my horse. You know, and I'm kinda like what are we doing here? And then my go home, and my mom was like how school and it's like, it's really easy like school is dope. Yeah. This is great. And then all of a sudden worst today. And then the teacher literally would come by and was like you don't belong here. And it took me a second. And so, you know, for me, it was that kind of progression understanding that the difference between kind of being in this classroom of forty whereas teacher, you're struggling to just be a guardian for all these crazy kids much less trying to teach them sure that that size and how difficult that is..

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"chin" Discussed on If These Ovaries Could Talk

If These Ovaries Could Talk

03:00 min | 2 years ago

"chin" Discussed on If These Ovaries Could Talk

"Whereas if another parent would come in and be like, yeah, I got you for a second. And then like it can cool down a you can come back on a policy is that a kid. But like, and sometimes you really don't have that much of a window to come in apologize, especially to a small child when you hurt their feelings because it's so big when they're so little. And the guilt lasts forever forever. Like a lifetime. I'm still feeling guilt from yesterday at a lasts like a week. That doesn't sound like a lifetime. That sounds like you're good sounds like 'cause only because of weak only because they'll probably be another incident. And then I'm guilty about that one this one this one rug, you know, or or my wife will be the one. And then, you know, I'm so envious over the both of you with your my wife. By the way, I asked both are happy. Asked me yet. But I could have had a wife. Maybe I could have asked somebody. They might have said, yes. Yeah. I bet they would bet. So I feel like. I feel like what we're setting up our next social media challenges like we're going to give away a date with Stacy Anchin. No, we're going to give away a wedding. Stacey chin. You're thinking way bigger than our Brits. I don't know. I mean, like, you know, dating is talk about dating when you and people know, you just get wet when people like, so what do you have no idea what I do. You know, like people come with their shit. Like, even if they don't know anything about you. But then you know, they know that you have like a public. They're like, yeah, they have ideas about you. Yeah. I failed them, you know, how many of your icon have you met? And they've just failed you because you know, we're failures where humans by definition, we're like deep fucking failures through. That's why we like to set the bar, really. Because we feel like that. We were just gonna like if we do anything good. It's also we don't know what that feels like because nobody knows who we really. Totally. That's really probably not true. I got recognized by very strange people. I'm sure. Follow you to watch the strange are weird. Okay. Can we talk about you? Go ahead, Jamie. Well, I was I wanna I wanna take it to your decision like making zuri because you you you have a lot of pieces in huff post that read where are you talking about when I use the same name or we did we went to the same both New York fertility services. Yes. Yes. Yes. Doctor to be stepped Doc up. he did. And I was reading your story. And I was realizing gosh the same doctor. Yup. Yup. Yup. But you talk so well about being a being gay and all of a sudden showing up pregnant, but also being single and showing up pregnant in your building. So yes. So there's a couple of things that happened when I got pregnant. Yeah. Number one like I moved into crown heights. When it wasn't sexy in two thousand one I moved into crown heights and..

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"chin" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

VIBES-LIVE

23:43 min | 3 years ago

"chin" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

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