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2 more death row inmates at San Quentin die from coronavirus complications
"There've been two more deaths on San Quentin's death row from Kobe, 19 and as K CBS's Megan Goldsby reports, the growing outbreak at the prison does increase the risk to residents Submarine. That's because, says Dr Peter Chin Hong infectious disease specialist at UCSF, First of all, a lot of people in community work in the prison system. Guards, concessions things people, administrators. And they go back and forth between the community and the prison system. The second issue is, of course, the person doesn't have a nice view. The prison doesn't have an acute hospital, which means patients are being treated at hospitals in Marin, although, says Marin Assembly member Mark Levin. Oh, yes has been working on partnerships with 14 hospitals. All the way up to Folsom to make sure that prisoners who need hospitalization won't all fall just to Marin or Bay Area Hospital. He calls the situation at San Quentin, where 40% of the inmates are now infected, a tragedy that will likely get worse. We're at nearly 1400 prisoners, now 120 staff I'll probably end up getting to 2000 prisoners with covert 19 and about 200 prisoners that will require some level of hospitalization or I see you so We will probably also see increases immortality with the prisoners living says they now have a unified incident command with the Office of Emergency Services to handle management of the outbreak a little late, Making gold to be
Carbon pollution from the fashion industry is on the rise
"When you shop for new clothes, you're probably not thinking about the climate, but making apparel creates carbon pollution, and the industry's emissions are on the rise as people by and discard their clothes more frequently. The problem is made worse by the rise of fast fashion closed cheap to make and cheap to buy. But chin-yen of the World Resources Institute says apparel companies are starting to take climate action. Many companies globally are setting targets, and then really trying very hard to reach those targets yen co authored a paper that can guide the industry. She says the biggest challenge that clothing brands often outsourced manufacturing to companies in other countries. Those companies may rely on others for raw materials which. which makes it hard to measure and reduce carbon pollution, so a lot of these brands are doing is to educate an engaged the suppliers. I think that's what we want to see him. We're seeing more and more for example. Levi Strauss helps. Its suppliers obtain low interest loans for renewable energy, efficiency projects, and Nike is helping manufacturers from fossil fuels to solar and biomass. Yene says Moore suppliers get involved. It will help reduce carbon pollution throughout the industry.
No Cougars Baseball for First Time in 30 Years in Chicago
"Formulate its upcoming schedule to play ball as soon as July 23rd 24th. All of its affiliated minor late teams have had their season's canceled. It's sad and it's you know, unprecedented and The first time in 30 years that there won't be Cougars baseball during a summer here in the Chicago area. And, you know, I just told him to keep the chin up and And you know, 2021 is going to be better than ever. Kane
Fed's Powell Calls Economic Outlook 'Uncertain'
"Chairman Jerome Powell is offering a a grim grim outlook outlook on on the the nation's nation's economy economy it it is is prepared prepared remarks remarks to to be be delivered delivered Tuesday Tuesday to to the the house house financial financial services services committee committee federal federal reserve reserve board board chairman chairman Jerome Jerome Powell Powell says says success success of of the the economic economic recovery recovery will will depend depend largely largely on on the the ability ability to to contain contain the the spread spread of of the the corona corona virus virus Colin Colin treasury treasury secretary secretary Steve Steve Mnuchin Mnuchin will will both both appear before the committee in his testimony released by the fed Powell says a full recovery is unlikely until people are confident that it is safe to re engage in a broad range of activities he also repeats his pledge to keep interest rates at current ultra low levels he Emanu chin are expected to be asked how much more support Congress should provide to bolster the economy
"chin" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Chin in her late twenties newly released video of a police shooting in Pasadena shows the man who was killed had a gun and fired at officers through his windshield the shooting last month happened when officers tried to use a pit maneuver to stop the man's car and then crashed head on into a police car the video also shows the man get out of the car and files several more shots officers fired back a federal investigation has disrupted the LA city council just before councilman Jose Huizar his initial appearance before a federal judge on a racketeering charge the council voted unanimously for a suspension we saw was arrested yesterday morning this is the first time a Rico charge has been used with respect to the city council US attorney Nick cannon says weeds are is the fifth person to face charges in an investigation of city hall that he calls on going and we're gonna follow the evidence wherever it leads and we're gonna bring everyone to justice that we can identify and it's as weeds are greed to accept at least one point five million dollars in bribes from developers to push through projects in downtown Chris and Carla okay fine New Delhi school board has voted not to cut the school police department's budget by ninety percent a board member had proposed the cut to help fund programs for black students advocates for school police say officers got one hundred thousand calls last year including major incidents like shootings and bomb threats and sexual assaults LA county sheriff's deputies will soon get body worn cameras county supervisor mark Ridley Thomas says the money's there all thirty five million it is a bit of an embarrassment that it is taking the county of Los Angeles so long to get to implementation there has been some back and forth between share Vienna wave in the supervisor but Ridley Thomas told me that's because the sheriff was new and didn't understand how to roll out such a mammoth project I'm pleased that now it's position to roll out in the next three to four months and that's the responsibility of the sheriff's department to do so Steve Gregory KFI news and for a deeper dive into this topic join KFI Steve Gregory this Sunday at four PM for a two hour special on policing LA mayor Garcetti says he and stands the role of police unions even if they're critical of him there said he was asked during a panel discussion yesterday if you supported a ban on union spending money on political campaigns that I had at one point five million dollars spent against me by police union when I ran for mayor I think it's tough to outlaw that given the first amendment but I think it's not bad discretion given this moment Garcetti was part of a group of lawmakers who are promoting the George Floyd justice in policing act which would federalize portions of police training and disciplinary action Garcetti says police.
"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..
"chin" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season
"He'll be playing Frank Chen. He's a successful businessman and we'll learn more about him. During the course of this interview and working for another character on the show John Barrowman, he was named one of ages twenty five greatest actors of all time by CNN go, and his twenty year career has spanned theatre, television and film would discuss a lot of it including his. His highly acclaimed role of Lau in Christopher Nolan's Dark Knight. He's also appeared in the last resort and films like restless and contagion, and also will be seen in cocktails and Hbo Ages I series Sarah Goon. Road. Here's my conversation with Chin-han. And this was recorded the day that episode first aired on the CW on Arrow well. It's great to talk to you and really WANNA congratulate getting the part of Frank Chen. Ero and Tell us a little bit about him. Well French is very enigmatic character he's. Is kind of international. Distri He is well traveled, but he is now in the installing see. On on the Eagle, this very mysterious thing that's happening healthy undertaking. Yeah, all of the forces that. Are The gathering at this point in time. Either family. means. So more action beaches out to him for a favor and this is a favor. That might. Be the balance of power within the city. And that's all I can say about it. Google wish case. May Have strict of my knees just yet, but what happens is Everyone is peril of because of these new developments. And everyone is a now at at risk. So starving city has become. An even more dangerous places. And the undertaking is led by. Malcolm Maryland played by a great actor Jon Harmon and John Farrell Lynn, another amazing actor at more than A. Wonderful yes, John was so funny girl. I mean when I started working on Arrow, we you know I agree council many times I've seen in on in London and on Broadway stage of without even knowing those. Within years they. Loaded, big fan even then. Like on. Boulevard so no means such a great experience, the work on Harrow. I actually had a chance soon meeting. The cast at New York comic con here in this area. You know last fall, so that was a good introduction to them and. Dynamic cast. He is amazing as far as. is acting ability in all the physical stunts that he doesn't really pretty a Kudos to him for coming all of that. Yeah Yeah. You know, and then even now as well I mean I think I think. I was shooting, someone say. You know what what the show has done for. Archery schools all over America. Because I think a lot of people taking up their heads go now. Is this going to be a recurring character for you, or is it just a one shot? yes, it is a recurring character and Yeah, you will see. US here. But as I said you know I, mean I think the? Figure Office as. and. At President, also Kinda. So, you know you will appear when issues. I like that. And, your bagging the DC, universe of course, a lot of people saw you in the Dark Knight, which is you know became a billion dollar movie as it turns out probably several at this point. What's it like to kind of? Be Back into DC university. To the. Universe is Hossan eating because I think it's our. Modern mythology. I think they look at it as a US now. You know that that's what he's GonNa be inviting. The DC Universe is very exciting because. You are. We creating this the ecology. Participate in them, so you know, I, think all you will be. Benchmark, which other? Stories will be cleaning, you know. Very very publicity. I did like your Lau in the Dark Knight and and even though you weren't there in person at the first meeting you were there video wise? Do you. Did you get a chance to actually interact with Heath Ledger at all? Yes. Yes, we! We have a few scenes I, mean the. Break on, you know I'm. In the in the kitchen. So great and that's. I caught to. On. One end of movie where you come, get me into Prison Ryan I. Think on that giant. Giant Powell money that Nathan the production designer are. Constructed you know for us that Fella Amazing scene? Shot in London of the Hall of money is either feet, high or something Oh and. you know, and if you watch the seeing you there with me, and then you pick the the you know towns, the whole hell of money. All. And I can tell you that. The movie is the first thing so. all of it. All of it was just anything and that you would call them the trying out. You always not to find something new and interesting and again. The if you look very closely. He takes a stack of money. And you it me, and on that I try square it and this was like I, mean he? He could play for La Dodgers. What's so accurate? And he just. Aimed at any age. I Hey. It And you know I know. It was. It was. On your work with yeah, he was Deserve deserve the Oscar rightly so. Of course, none of you knew none of us knew that that would be his last film, which is really? Yeah I mean I you know I think they used people within Still listen you know. The. Fan and movie You. Know I think it was felt. At the main thing. was as at the end to the trilogy. Got Some first of all I think. I think the Dark Knight was the best in the three. Frankly you know usually. Really really wasn't and I think all had a lot to do with it. Because the cast was right on, it was just really well done. Yeah! I mean I think it was. I think it was just coming together of people at the height. There you know. I think Chris was was just in the. Differing. which is in own really sense of? Erecting and you know and the actors and. You know. He's we're all just right right there. There's more with chin-han, but I. This word on the Scifi talk at the sci-fi talk gap provides a multimedia experience for any US besides so listening to new and archive. 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"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..
"chin" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast
"I would say ninety nine point. Nine percent of the people would agree with that. But when somebody reads that. There's some people that the wheels will start to turn and go fuck down my rights being violent like I'm the washing my fucking hit exactly there's a part of it. There are some people and what they might ultimately end up on. The side of says is probably a good idea, but there might be people that are like who the fuck are you to tell me to do what to do with my hands and my food? If I want to cause, that doesn't affect you. I WANNA, eat! How do you get? How do you get to that? 'cause it's like I. that's the exact problem I'm trying to face with a lot of my friends who are still. In in a place where they're like I, don't understand this enough to care the the thing about it is what matters empathy. I always back to empathy, and what empathy is ability to feel somebody, else's yeah. They're going through without actually experiencing right. That's the hardest thing, but you gotta get over that boundary of what would these people have to acknowledge the fuck with their? They have to acknowledge. It's true. Jane, Elliott. You've some sure you've seen? Some videos posted in t so? Jane Elliott has the most simple question in the world, which is if you choose in a classroom, all white people in that sixty seventy windows film Dan that video d'eclat might be in the in the seventies when I when I posted ABC's been doing this forever and one of the things she says was. If you. Like in feel like the way that black people are treated in this country. Are Great and you would like to be treated the same way. STAND UP! Nobody in the room, and she says the fact that nobody standing up means that you acknowledged. That's true. And you don't care that that that that you've done nothing about it. Why do you allow to be true? That's step one and that's a very real thing because that is even hard, because I think us will inherently again other than pathological liars and people who stand to gain from lying. We generally like to lie. I don't think most people do so. I think that that's what's difficult for. People is to nervous, nervous energy that I. Have I'm coming on. This show is to say I don't lie, so what if I say something wrong right? Because now it's out there. See Right that got. This is the first thing that's removed for me. Well I. There was a lot for white people in particular. There was a several year period where I wouldn't have said like yeah. See that black over there I wouldn't have said that because I would have been scared. That was racist because there was something in me. That still didn't understand the way racial pie. This just an example. It's not the be all example, but like you seek them to earlier how there is. Why people have a negative attached to the word black. We don't think we're allowed to call black people black people right? We don't know what the fuck will say. We don't know what the guy and it all goes back to. For the most part white people we just look man got taught the fucking very simple as version of America does not what everybody else faces in like admitting that and coming to terms with very difficult, it's very hard. I mean very hard for men to come to grips with toxic masculinity male privilege very hard. It's very hard to talk about privilege in any sort because again. It's not what it boils down to is. Once you start using these check marks again that you have to identify with that. You have no choice Imagine, being that race, but. Just the same thing. These types of things are very difficult to come to grips with and so when you have that opportunity and I call it an opportunity because any time that I have an opportunity this I'll tell you the the the stage in my life that I'm in that has been simultaneously the most stressful and. But the most enlightening and wonderful is that I really started to dive in to. Try to spend more time consuming things that I don't agree with. I like the facebook the Algorithm we talk about whether or not he wants to evil or not. It makes I dissent I do because it makes sense because. You're saying I clicked on like the irony. I went and went on Amazon or Google on started. Bacon fucking bread during the quarantine like everybody else. And then all of a sudden add started popping up about bread and bread video started showing up on. Youtube, this algorithm is designed to reward you a little fucking mouse pellet in a cage. Hey, look you like that. You want more of that his. No yeah, and so here's another problem about that is that. There's a quote. Believe it socrates. Again I'm good. Remember quotes bad at the other one. The other one was like too many versions of. It's not attributed anybody when you had about Yeah yeah, to the privileged equality feels like oppression. I couldn't even find a clear cut answer so I tried. But but no socrates has a quote similar to saying that. I've never once. Was One of those Plato. Socrates don't F philosophize philosophize a smart dude wearing a robe of some sort of course, he said. I've never once learned anything from someone that agreed with me. Right In, these echo chambers that were saying, it's not healthy either right. That's not good, either because all it does is reinforce our ego, reinforce something that we already believe Israel and we're just looking for that reaffirmation, and there and people are doing the same thing. I've spent a lot of time reading, opposing views, and looking at opposing views, because guess what when I come to that person and talk. I need to be equipped with what that person knows so that I can address them. Yes, because otherwise I'm sitting here, trying to fight to convince you that I'm right and that's wrong. I don't know if I'm right I just have information. I just have data. I have my opinion. There's a discussion between what's right and who's right and who totally different fucking things. And so the thing about it is for me to try to convince you that. I'm right though all this day that I've developed. That's the natural thing to do, but the fact of the matter is, it's not always like that, and so when you have that discussion with somebody, you have to be prepared because they need to know and you're a better for that battle or that debate if I know what you're doing, I mean that in law you literally. Literally have to have disclosure right right. You have to sit there and go. I need to see the data that you have evidence that you have so I can build a proper defense or vice versa vice versa right? That's the case that's we. We've discussed this for hundreds of years that the more information we have, the more likely we can get to the truth of the matter right and the difficult part about it is. We have to hold our nose. And dive into these DIS- data otherwise you're. You're arguing in an echo chamber and his pointless. What purpose is that? Right I think that's what so many Americans have discovered an honestly. This is not just a white problem. It's the biggest problem on the white side because white people have most of the power and money in this country still, but it is an. An all colours problem we siphon each other off our communities of fractured by racing color and mostly economic shit and has been this way the whole time the country's existed in other of course examples of that not being the case, but I mean look for the most part that is the way this country operates. That is the way that is the way. I think nature operates. Yeah, but it's you know. When you're trying to do a society well, what does exactly right? What it boils down to is that we are? Anytime you reaching its intelligent level of society, then you start to get to the point where? It is again. I keep talking about talked about this before is my head starts to lean towards equal opportunity, but not equality necessarily, and we talk about justice versus equalness because. Different levels there are things that need to be treated differently, and it's going to sound Matt Animal Farm George Oil Right now. I'm not trying to be that way, but what I mean by this is that people have been acknowledged this meaning. There's like Chris Rock has a great bit about it. That just says some jobs..
"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..
"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..
I'm a feminist with Sara Pascoe, Sarah Brown and Yasmine Sherif
"I am a feminist. But when I sat down at this computer to do the same cool and discovered I was back lit. I realized. That I have. What women's magazines and shampoo bottles called fly away hair. That is because this morning I washed my hair and I did not do one thing to i. just let it dry because I don't see anyone i. don't go anywhere. So what? The fuck is the point of trying? Says a career good feminists it'd be? You, Know you Harry flyway. Say To. About because I hate it, I hate says. About Oh I hate it. I want to sit down and look lovely and I'm like you didn't try. That's why you take lovely naval. Will these amazing clueless? ICON myself in the butt. Because I've got such a hairy face I have this Chin Halo that if there's any even if it was like daylight coming in, it's like fibers we. Getting ourselves too much. That's. I stopped. I've started shaving a lot more. I never shaved tonight busy for life, but now because I see my toes, not unlike why am I? Have A, and then once I've shave them I might as well just do the whole neg. I'm a feminist spots. The Corona virus has changed me. Since I've been queuing outside Sainsbury's. been thinking really from about the nineties where women just woke up to the front of Cuba, a nightclub in the bounce. Just let you in. I think yeah, and like I mean that would be great. Wouldn't it for no other reason, but come on in ladies? Have a good time. The Vegetable I. I would completely accept it I would just also. The mid is just sort of like. If it was a pound for five CORTEX and wonder, get in free. Yeah, that's it yeah. Each night every night and Sainsbury's. I'm a feminist bought the other day on twitter I saw somebody quite tweeting and mocking somebody else. For posting in a very tone-deaf way about fingernail Polish during a really dramatic news cycle when everyone else was focusing on something more important and I looked to that also judge the person, but then what it said did sound interesting, so I quickly clicked on. Did Not favourite the mocking because I had done that, so I want that piece of apostasy out there. Yeah, but you did think I wonder what she's done with her nail furnish it was it was something interesting about punish walk, possibly meet Nelson, but in that moment I thought I do want to see was the complaint that it was too fancy distracting fancy, or was it that it was like kind of crack not very well. No, it was about some kind of new methods of. It's like stickers for your nails that look like nail Polish so that. During lockdown. No, it was the twitter fade, and everyone else was commenting on the important things happening in somebody had posted about stick on nail, Polish and someone quote tweeted it going way to pick up on the ZEITGEIST. And I went a hundred percent. Come on now. Don't be posted about that. Stick out loud because my nails are so bad so I just had a quick at the quickest. Shamed and off. But DEB's that does sometimes happen to people accidentally that they seem really insensitive, but because they haven't read anything on twitter, before Pisces when there was the blackout Tuesday pretty much everyone felt about instagram had put up a black square, and then something meaningful, and then one of my friends have done ahead you tour. Oh, and so it's just all of these black boxes at these kind of quote, said sending people to articles ways of informing yourself, and then just my friend. An had to straighten. Dogs, no! No I quite quite quite. I know that she has been. Having hair timelines on. You didn't but I will say you should read the news before you post ahead you to`real, but some people don't engage that way. Sometimes. You think of a funny thing and you only go onto do to go. And you just don't the. Shop saying the Brim now in these times the room needs to be.
Salmon Run Home
"Seven. Three comment Nah pasture some aleinu promenade San. Which means how are you? I'm feeling happy right now because we went for a walk this morning. That usually makes me feel relaxed. What makes you feel relaxed and happy? Maybe it's doing something kind for someone. We have a couple of kindness stories today from listeners who wanted to share about a time. Someone did something kind for them. I here's Abbie Hi my name's Adam. Sold. I live in Neil, you are. and. Reo. Kindness scarring. His one. Man Arrow on the beach. and. He brought the beach chair one for him I'm from me. and. I like him a lot. I think he's the best friend. I could keep. I miss played a area. My friend, I can't wait until of corona thing Lozo. Thank you avi. I'm sure Arielle misses you, too. He sounds like a very good friend and I can't wait for this. Over to. Thanks for sharing your kindness story abby. Now here's Amelia. I, my name is Amelia and I'm ten years old and I'm from Delaware and when someone showed kindness to me is where my mom helped me with my schoolwork, and I also love your show. I listened to it almost every night. Peace Out and peace within. Thanks Amelia. How lucky you are to have your mom able to help you with your schoolwork. Thank you for sharing. A lot of parents and caregivers are now having to do a lot more helping with online school assignments. There are many things that can be frustrating about being home right now. which is why responding with kindness is more important than ever. When we react to something, someone sadder done without thinking about it. It could lead to a saying or doing something that will hurt others. And while it might make you feel good for a little bit. I'm willing to bet that feeling won't last long. However! If we take an extra moment or two to think about how we will respond that lets us think about how to make better choices in our actions and gives us time to choose helpful, not hurtful words. Even when it's hard. It might help to remind yourself to take some deep breaths before saying or doing anything. Give it a try next time. Here's one more kindness story. That was sent an e-mail. It says hi. My name is Armani. I am nine years old. I listened to peace out every night. It all started on my second day at my new school. I had no one to play with. I came up to emily. She is now my best friend. I asked her if I could play with her. And of course she said yes. ps, I love the science episodes. Thank your money. Starting at a new school is definitely not easy time, so glad that emily was such a good friend to you right from the start. And thank you I love the science episodes to. It's fun to read up and Research on constellations and g odes, and for this episode. Salmon! I learned so much writing these stories to. Thanks again to everyone who sent in a kindness story. We will definitely listen and read each one and reply, but it just might take some time. All right, let's get started everyone. Let's sit up in a comfortable position. Rest your hands on your knees. or in your lap. Breathing. As, you up, nice and tall. Gently Roll your shoulders back. Lift Your Chin a little. Look forward. And close. Your eyes if you'd like. For comedown count down. You can just keep breathing as you listen. Or you can try time your breathing with the numbers. Breathing in when you hear number. And breathing out in between the numbers. Ready. Ten. Nine. seven six. Five. Four. Three. Two
Cuomo To New York Protesters: Wear A Mask, Not A Chin Guard
"After reports about various locations around the city basically allowing a party like atmosphere this weekend and the NYPD not stopping it governor Cuomo spoke out he says the city needs to step up enforcement also did a little bit of mocking yesterday of the young people seen in some of those videos taken on St marks place in the East Village Stein we street in Astoria for how they are wearing their masks this accomplishes nothing it's not a mess it's nothing well I'm just taking a break from my maths now its nose and its mouth this is a mess this is a chin guard nobody told you to walk where a chin guard wear a mask governor also tweeting yesterday kind of like a dad yelling to his kids in the basement don't make me come down there
Cuomo To Protesters In New York: Wear A Mask, Not A Chin Guard
"Governor Cuomo says while the state coronavirus numbers continue to drop we can't let our guards down and we can't let our masks down either he's a too many people are wearing masks on their chins which he demonstrated is nothing I don't know what this is this is like a form of a chin guard that's what this is it may be a fashion statement it may be cool but this accomplishes nothing he said anyone in public with other people should be covering noses and mouths any pointed specifically to protesters and police officers is that the only reason the state's numbers are as low as they are is because New York has been cautious and measured about re opening and following the rules several other states and regions on the other hand are getting hit with spikes in covert cases and there are some dire warnings from federal health officials this could be a very difficult summer the CDC estimates the American death toll could be up to a hundred thirty thousand by the fourth of
New York Gov. Cuomo says municipalities are responsible for contact tracing
"New new York's York's regions regions continue continue to to move move forward forward in in their their re re opening opening the the number number still still look look good good across across the the state despite a slight increase in positive cases in the city in the last couple of days of less than two percent and governor Cuomo says keeping the numbers down will take work from everyone he says municipalities are responsible for contact tracing which is easier than the alternative don't do their job then they're going to have a really unpopular task which is explaining to their local community why they have to slow or stop the re opening fourteen states that re opened weeks ago are now seeing spikes and he said we need to avoid that he mocked people who wear masks on their chins is saying not covering your nose and mouth helps no one he said protesters and police need to remember that
'Go back to your bunker': Seattle mayor, Washington governor fire back at Trump threat to handle protests
"Seattle's mayor in Washington's governor fired back after president trump tweeted they should retake Seattle from black lives matter protesters meanwhile officials are trying to figure out just how to do that more from Cuomo's Corwin hate the presidential tweets as the mayor and governor are being cold hearted and played by ugly anarchists he tweets quote take back your city now if you don't do it I will mayor Jenny Durkan tweeted go back to your bunker a reference to the White House bunker where reportedly the president briefly sheltered for safety last week governor Inslee tweeted quote stay out of Washington state's business me time law enforcement expert and Seattle police adviser Jim futa wants to at least take that the protest area now known as Chaz capitol hill autonomous zone chin action's going to have to be taken is there federal laws broken does the F. B. I. need to come in over in the protests on demonstrators say there is one sure way to break up the protest agree to systemic reforms change out here in the United States of
Guided meditation For Racial Anxiety
"Welcome I'm Dr Damon Silas and I'm a psychologist who specializes in trauma and anxiety. With everything, the black community has been facing and continues to face today. It can feel impossible to relax. It seems impossible to take a break from a broken heart. Our emotions are valid and powerful. But your body may be asking for break whether you're having trouble sleeping. You find your heart racing. So this happening meditation was designed to help the black indigenous people of color to experienced some ease from hangs Heidi. That comes racial injustices. When we address our anxiety, it's easier to think clearly and connect to our power. Notice wear your stress and anxiety. Show up in your body. It may be your stomach, chest or head. Maybe even somewhere else. On, a scale from zero to ten. How intense does that anxiety feel? Market in the APP now. So. Let's begin by taking a deep calming and grounding breath. Starting by tapping on the side of the hand. Repeat after me either in your mind or out loud. Whatever is most comfortable for you? Even though life feels overwhelming. I honor how hard this has been. Give myself permission. Take a break. Even though I feel overwhelmed by emotion. I honor how I feel. And Give my body permission to take a break. Even though part of me feels like it would be wrong to relax. Because of all of this injustice, I'm open to the idea. That I can take a moment for self care. So now we're going to tap while we honor how we feel, so we can lower the intensity. Starting with the inside of the eyebrow. All this anxiety. Side of the I. I notice how it feels in my body. Under the. I noticed the weight of this emotion. Under the nose. My community is hurting. We are hurting. On the chin. It's hard to relax. Collarbone. When I'm feeling so many emotions. Underneath the arm. This is a lot to handle. Top of the head. And I feel it in my body. To. The eyebrow. My Body needs a break. Side of the I. My mind needs a break. Underneath the eye. But it doesn't feel safe to take a break. Underneath the knows. It doesn't feel right to take a break. Chen? When so much is wrong in the world? Collarbone. Honor my resistance.
Khloe Kardashian's New Face and Photoshop Fail
"We've got to start off with Khloe Kardashians new face okay. What is the deal is that just could make up or is that a new face? I think it's a little bit of everything. Okay and she would be lying if she said she didn't have any plastic surgery at the very minimum. She had some kind of rhino plastic nose job. My guess is the okay. I and the most obvious if you go and look back at that photo that sparked intense debate. Half of her necklace is missing. So it's clearly photoshop. I did notice that. That's you go look look at the go back when you're done listening to the podcast. Look at the photo half of her necklaces. Gone that's clearly that it's photoshop so or filter or both academic just GonNa go with the whole works. Okay I'm GonNa say she's got a filter and then on top of the on top of the filter. She's photo shopped. It okay face to. I don't know exactly the tricks of trade but a lot so then that plus the nose job plus a ton of makeup and contouring and I'm not saying for sure I don't clearly know but it appears to me that she also shaved down her chin which is painful And this is not an insult. Okay I'm not saying this to insult her. It's a very common procedure. That's called Facial feminization surgery that Trans people have when they transition from male to female and some women have it as well. They just shaved down their chin. So I'm I'm saying all of that. She shaved down her chin shaved her nose all and I forgot also and is using fillers. 'cause fillers also can totally change the shape of of your face so Nose Job Chin Job. Fillers face tune makeup contouring all of it and she looks great. I mean she may not look cheap. Doesn't look like real life. Well she doesn't look like anything. That's in that picture I want to see. Video hurts seven eleven. I WANNA see her out in the wild a gen pop. Somebody takes a picture of her. That is all completely. That's almost like a drawing. I know what she looks like. She doesn't look so that's going on there. It's all of that. I mean it takes a lot of effort to look like that too. That's the thing like that's also fully made up and it may take a lot of effort to make that picture. She could look like you underneath of all of the photo shopping. That's happening. There's just a lot going on in that picture. Its way too glossy to be a real picture well. I do see similarities between chloe and may visually physically. What's funny too is going to look at the comments underneath that photo. Everybody that knows her is just raving about how gorgeous. She looks how great she looks. And then when you get underneath the verified communists and its average people commenting. They're like who is this. Like what what did you do with Khloe? When I saw the picture for the first time I was. It's like one of those News stories. They show somebody's face. My initial reaction was. I don't know who that is and I kept
Is it finally time to hug your grandparents again?
"While we're still keeping social distancing mommy made up with people when will it be Arcada? Say Hug out all the parents when we visit them. Look I think this is a hard one and I think that we're taking away autonomy from older people here. To be honest I think when the viruses that low levels in the community and families are being responsible. Sofas a cough for cold or a sniffle any doubt or anybody's been tested. You simply don't go to visit your parents at all but if everybody's well I think it's up to the parents if there's a small risk but how long do you go without hugging your kids. You're so what are you doing here? You're T you're making a decision on the part of your elderly parents that you're not going to hug them to protect them but they might be prepared to take the risk. And if so why not so? I think this is a conversation. You need to have in families because it's not so much about spreading the virus. It's more about protecting them against serious illness. And if they're prepared to take the small risk you know why not but families have got to really be responsible about. No coughs colds. Sniffles slighted symptoms maximum testing particularly families. Their parents so that you know that you're you're as much as you can know that you're safe as you can be. It's funny because we've actually got quite a lot of questions along the same lines of just elderly people trying to know how to take care of themselves and rub its asking He sort of pointing at people. Seventy are at greatest risk of covid nineteen. But he saying he's feeling like this little advice that specifically for his generation he wants to know Kenny sees grandchildren. Can they visit his hyman eight with him? Can they drive them to and from school? Can I go back to work? How do these people know how to protect themselves? If they can't be informed. I mean I think it's a fair comment. The answers aren't easy because just like the previous comments have a risk based discussion and decision. So if you're over seventy and quite on well and you've got lots of other problems and you are worried about yourself. Then you wouldn't want to expose yourself very much at all. You probably want to wear a mask when you're outside even though a mask doesn't protect you as well as other people protecting themselves from spreading it but nonetheless you might want to wear a mask lots of hand hygiene and so on so if you're seventeen really healthy the still an increased risk of dying if you get covered nineteen but it depends on whether you're prepared to take that risk as an individual if the rule is in your family just repeating myself is that nobody comes to you with a call a cold. If there's any doubt toll the family gets tested then it should be no reason why you can't come round and have dinner with you at home assuming this basic hygiene driving to and from school where you probably put the kids in the back of the car anyway. So that's that's going to be okay. And you disinfect surfaces. And you have you have hand sanitizer with you and going back to work. That's a risk based decision. And if you maintain a reasonable amount of social distancing when you can if it's felt well-ventilated workplace then the risk is probably going to be relatively low but again if you've got lots of other problems if you're obese if you got diabetes heart disease and so on you've really got to think this through whether or not you're willing to take the risk. The risk is low at the moment because we got very low levels of virus. But it's there and I think now is the time when you can start easing back into things but with a lot of care a lot of care by the people around you. I think people feel like they may maybe getting mixed messages because we have another question from Lennon's that are going for kids to go to school because statistics show. They haven't been getting the virus and transmitting it to adults as much but at the same time we're being told died visit elderly grandparents for fear of spreading the disease. So he's kind of going like which one is it? Well it's it's not one size fits all here so for example residential aged care. The problem there is that as you go into the residential care facility. Your elderly relatives might be perfectly fine and well but there are other people in the facility. Who ARE REALLY SEEK. And therefore you don't want to bring in any disease or infection and that's why residential aged care facilities are being super careful. You just don't want an outbreak like the one they've seen short contact outdoors is pretty safe. Indoor contact that's prolonged. Even with social distancing can be risky. So you've got a balanced these things out but essentially grandparents in the current environment was not allow around with hand hygiene sensible disinfecting surfaces particularly in bathrooms and nobody coming close. Who's got any hint of illness and people are getting tested in the family. I think the we're getting to a point was pretty safe. So do you think that maybe it sounds like the theme? That's coming through. The what you're saying is families should be having conversations and deciding what their rules are going to be for their family. That's right and giving some autonomy to older people. There's no reason why they can't make decisions about their own lives themselves and the fair prepare to take a calculated risk. Why not it's just. He can't take a calculated risk in a residential care facility. Because you're taking a risk for other people who are not your relatives who live in the same facility so residential care. You're going to have to follow the rules of that residential aged care facility but when it's your elderly grandparents living separately from you then you should make the rules together. So Norman. Last week on chronic cost we were talking about measures that people could take to be able to basically go back on public transport. And you recommend will. You were making the comment that if ever wearing a mosque and if everyone had the carpet Saif App then maybe we could have more people in public transport. We had some feedback on that from a couple of people including Helen who says that not everyone has a smartphone especially all the people she can't actually use smut fine. Because of a hand impediment she has and she says that your suggestion is discriminatory and presumptive. Take that one on the Chin Teagan and say meal Copa. That I hadn't really thought that through in terms of order people's access to that I was kind of assuming that smartphone access was broader a shooter through. But they're still might be a way of doing it which is particularly for young people who are spreaders so for example forty percent of infections that are causing spread between twenty and forty now they will have smartphones so the question is. How do you administer something that this understand that but you could have somebody asking? Do you have a smartphone is it. They're encouraging it. You might have a washing period for example so I think even if you got that twenty to forty year old age group with the covid safe APP with high density than that would be a big step forward for what it's worth. We actually got other feedback from people who have oldest smartphones and even those people with smartphones but all the models are finding that the site. That doesn't actually work on them. I think it's quite a lot of work to be done on the covered safe at which I think I did say last week. So it's not. This is not a straightforward exercise and I thank Corona Kastner's for keeping me right on this one. Well let's talk about some research now. We are learning more way. Scientists are learning more every day. About how the virus is working in body including how to fix our immune system this new research into these which also has some implications designing treatments. Yes this research looks at how the virus gets attacked by the immune system or not as the case may be and broadly speaking. There's there's a to phase response to There's an earlier response of the immune system. There's a slightly later response of the immune system to a viral infection and viruses. Incredibly clever getting round this. I mean for a little thing of that doesn't actually live by itself. Just a little bundle of irony doesn't by itself needs our bodies to replicate it. Devises fiendishly clever ways of getting round our immune system and so what what they're discovering with this forest and they've never seen it seen it to the same extent with other viruses. Is that when it gets? Into the cell it really inhibits the chemical messengers alert the immune system these are called interferon so these are the chemical messengers that tell the immune system. Something's going wrong here. Come on guys and gals get in here and start attacking and whistling the army so it suppresses these interferons and then the second response is actually an over an overactive response but it's a dysfunctional one terribly. Clever response on the part of the virus but it is a serious respond. Swear it interferes with the jeans in the second wave of response. These are called site kinds and some people that have heard of the site. Kind storm that you get. Which is what largely kills you with the COVID. Nineteen seventy makes you seriously ill now. What this means is there's an opportunity in this first response. So for example there already finding indications that interferon treatment for a covert nineteen does seem to be helping particularly in combination with antivirals or other medications and this makes sense when they started using it own with covid nineteen. They didn't know the results of the study. But this was study shows. The interferons are very low. So in fact you're replacing them and then also now that you know more about the site of kind response. There are some targets there that you can use to block that response which again. They're already trialing but it allows you to do that more effectively. So you get a sense. Where if you really do attack the virus and its effects in that first episode you're going to help minimize the reaction the second episode as well because it won't get a chance to whistle up. This overreaction
"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 1170 The Answer
"Chin it's a stunning reversal for that signature case brought by special counsel Robert Muller at the time in court documents filed today the justice department says it's dropping the case quote after a considered view of all the facts and circumstances of this case including newly discovered and disclosed information about scores wanted George runs on eight also would tell hold out come the Supreme Court of Texas has ordered a Dallas salon owner to be released from jail after she was found in criminal contempt of court the announcement came shortly after governor Greg Abbott said Jackson's cannot be jailed for violating state wide executive orders as some businesses are allowed to reopen there's a sharp divide partisan divide in the Senate over what should be included in the next coronavirus relief package barbecue has more in this report minority leader Charles Schumer says thanks to covert nineteen we are looking at what seems to be the worst economic crisis since the Great Depression Republican Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says that's why Congress has been quick to respond our nation is poured on president of resources and defending Americans health and blotting the damage to our economy but before doling out hundreds of billions of dollars more Republicans are seeking an accounting of the nearly three trillion dollars already spent but like new capital hill governor Andrew Cuomo is extending new York's moratorium on outbreak related either chins that moratorium is now extended until August twentieth on Wall Street the Dow had two hundred four points the nasdaq.
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"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.
"chin" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast
"Say hello hey what's a thank you but not only a._j. Today we have the very wise and very tall c._k. Chin joining us again. You're back up. I'm back back number three right. I didn't realize so damn long long time flies. I also didn't know you and a._j. Had never been in the booth at the same time as me. I was joking on this brown episode. We've ever done easily because i'm the only white dude in the studio right now. You're the minority here. I don't get to experience this feeling often especially in austin. You need to do more often to many fucking white people in this city good for you. It's a disturbing place. Hey speaking of this city speaking to the state. Did you know we made it to where you have to be twenty one to buy tobacco products now. I did not know that really no bullshit as of yesterday september first <hes> you cannot you know how it was eighteen years old our whole yeah most places that's how it is right at as literally as of literally yesterday excuse me in texas. You gotta be twenty one tobacco tobacco products. This has always been a conundrum to me because look it's tough. I always go back to the well. You can fighting a war at eighteen right right. You can die for your country you telling me i can't make the conscious decision to drink or put cancerous prod substances into my body but i can go die in a fucking war i this is always bugged me but i did the same thing i mean when running restaurants <hes> typically as one of those things that when somebody in uniform or someone <hes> <hes> they serve come into the bar. I was like you know. I'm a by this guy behind a beer. Yeah need you and you know and it's like technically at the time it was like i'm not allowed to mike yours parent right right right all right to do next gyms like i have no clue. Yes sure sure hydra head yeah. I'm his dad yeah sure <hes> so this is weird because look. I obviously understand that tobacco products can fuck you up. They can give you lung cancer. They can you get gum. Disease tooth loss heart disease. I've been addicted. The most of the tobacco products that exist at one point or another so i'm familiar with them. This should is not good for you all right. Nobody get it twisted here. I'm not trying to confuse anybody pretty relaxing. Oh fuck yes delicious. <hes> oh god even better when you're drunk. Yes they are all of them. It's like heroin when you're drunk any nicotine the problem is they give you cancer and watch your insides out. Hey do you think those anti tobacco commercials are having any effect home. <hes> no man even the anti jewel commercials. I've seen some the best version of those that ever came out was the one where they pop up like it'd be like a sixty year old woman and she'd have the whole inner throat from cancer and she'd say something like or utah. The extreme ends is what happens when you smoke the worst forty years and i was like aw oh shit and then i'd take another drag my cigarette so like no that should doesn't really know where it make you quit. Just the visual because humans are idiots. We bulletproof remembers. I get one hundred percent. Oh this week bitch nah not me son. Nobody's taking a whole lot of my throat until until it actually happens to you and then you feel like a fucking dumb ass but but there goes your career yeah no shit for real in my case that would be the end of my career..
"chin" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast
"And whereas I would had the blessing of being in these smaller again that they ironically put people who were probably capable of doing some self study and self teaching into these isolated rooms where we're really really kind of nurtured just really kind of changed the game. And so for me going into these these teaching scenarios where these kids were on. I was like yo this before this is before little girls are scared of bugs, so. So when you teach them bugs, they think it's interesting this. Yeah. This is before you know, like a little boy might sit there and go, you know, fascinated by, you know, ballet or something before somebody comes up and makes fun of him for doing it. Right. And so there's like these things where the gender lines are not as concerning because this just to two young. They're just my older just wondering lumps of clay. Right. What that's going to be like now. I mean things have changed so much since we were little kids in third grade or whatever the fought like that that'd be mine. When thing I could never teach today because I wouldn't know what the right things to say or not sad just get fired and like a week. Well, it's you know, and I thought about it the other day, and I'm just like even as progressive as I try to be or even as as open mind, as I try to be I also remember third grade that while I was definitely focusing on stuff like stem, which is personal like this personal mission for mine win when you know, some one of the younger little girls in the class talk about chemistry, and I'm like, oh, you should be a chemist right as well. The blah, but I serve. Only wasn't padding. Some you know, some girl on the back on one day, you're going to be a Senator right which we should like like one of those things that we don't that. I feel like we're not pushing enough in this idea of representation and so on and so forth. But like I said, even even in my life, even my parents weren't weren't saying one day CK, you know, you're you're good was speaking with people you're good with talking to people maybe think about office running for office way. It's not. I mean, it's this weird thing. So anyway, I'm really getting distracted. But at the end of the day, what happened was this teacher made me kind of realize that that yet again that the opportunity to really impact change, I still have seventeen other people above me to limit. How I can make this chain. Yes, it's running with doing whatever you want to help shape these ads or whatever it's going to look. Yes, exactly. It's not like these movies where I get, you know, the principal comes by and says, Mr. chin. What are you doing? Why are you kids standing on their desk saying, oh, captain my captain, right? Exactly, Robin Williams, there would've been black. There would have definitely been some sort of giant corrective action taken for that, you know, yada, yada. So well, depending on the school teachers did some wild shit and got away with it. And I would always I'm like I went to Westside high school in Houston, which ended up being a not great. I didn't learn very much. They didn't have very good teachers. And I don't know who's fought that is and I really don't. I mean, honestly, it is what it is man. Those some of those teachers were fucking off the rails crazy or like didn't give a shit about kids. And it was a lot of them. It was just a job, and we didn't learn dick. And and I will say that. The other part about that whole thing is, you know, it's interesting enough though, by design this also does kind of harbor some of I think one of the reasons why it's different experience in college. Because ironically, when you add cloud and pay and all this other stuff that happens when you become a tenured professor so on and so forth, independent motivation to become this. It's different because I feel like also the my best teachers that I had you're kind of like you're doing this is you're doing this just because you know, this the right thing that do is definitely not for the other aspect of it that the while you have the possibility of this chunk of Democrats that were couldn't do anything else..
"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..
"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..
"chin" Discussed on Q95
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"chin" Discussed on The Unbeatable Mind Podcast with Mark Divine
"Did this philosophy of mental toughness resiliency end being unbeatable got a co couple of cool things coming up one is were launching a new program through seal fair which he'll be a more in a functional integrated training program called seal fit boot camp imagine crossed it without the barbells and the things that might lead injury along with mental toughness turning laced in so you were gonna it's going to be a video series kinda like pena nieto exigent follow a long and the videos are named after values such as courage an honor in so you're gonna get a lot of really cool dialogue at i really super excited about this program and rental launch a soft launch it in march searches keep an eye out for that also really excited that i'm working on my next book which is going to be the unbeatable mind can leaders additions on mind leader as the codename for it i'm pushing to get it done in april but i'm super stoked about it causes is going to be a really need tools and kind of update of the whole philosophy for those of you are trying to lead teams in using some of these principles already at jimmy chin meant jimmy is super one of the most interesting guys of met in a long time it means jimmy is a an expert mountaineer and extreme skier he's done things that you know as a navy seal i mean i wouldn't even considered doing and he's a worldclass photographer and documentary filmmaker and his recent documentary may rue is fantastic so gotta watch that so jimmy thanks so much for comey join me superstock at the heavy here i can't wait to talk about your life and what inspired let thank you for having me here it said it's an honor to be here appreciate that an honours all mind so you mentioned your you're back in washington dc at national geographic headquarters so clearly you work with them for them are you working on a new document can tell us a little bit about that.