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04:06 min | 8 months ago

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"Not safe anymore joining bulletin. Her headed you. Don't worry about her joining me more. But like he's like oh my god. I'm just like she did. What are you worried about well. Let's see this ends up coming back to. I guess is like lease worst. Fear but also really weird in this series. People really wanna steal clementine away from you and it's it's really absurd with how many people are like you should just give me clementine. And you're like no. I take that as a whole thing of common. Time represents an innocence in a way and people have lost innocence in this world. That's why thereafter after her in a sense. Yeah that's all. I that's how i take it. That's why. I felt like the overarching team was whether or not that's what they meant. I don't know. But that's how i took it that. That's pretty good too but it's also just a weird thing of like always take a thing of. We're not her dad but you're not her dad either end like it it. It isn't the being wittig it's like. We've never had kids. I had kids but you'd never raise the kid it's like i'm doing pretty good with this eight year old. I think but i totally forgot. We skipped over the most important part of this episode to visit. Is this episode. The car choice all at the end of this episode. That's the yes. I said the very end all your right before what i was saying. So you find an abandoned car full of food and you can either take it or leave it either way. You're gonna take it or you. Won't they will if you don't do it i since i read the guy in the guys. No matter does doesn't affect anything. I just took the food. All the gm younger i left. I try not to and then they took it anyway. You took the shame. Yes i did not take. The food i saw clementine clementine was like don't take it was like you're the boss like i..

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"clementine" Discussed on Poets and Muses: We chat with poets about their inspirations

Poets and Muses: We chat with poets about their inspirations

03:39 min | 1 year ago

"clementine" Discussed on Poets and Muses: We chat with poets about their inspirations

"So i thought that was interesting. Residents also the year all these artistic media at trolls rectory us also subject issues. I like lexus. Thank you this is something as an activist. I imagine artist. They you also think about as well in terms of the weight and the influence and also the inadvertent effects of the words. The imagery is that they create. I really appreciate speaking with someone who is as interested in nuance as I am and i so appreciate the time that i've spent with you talking about both of our poems. Despite the fact that. I still have many questions for you. Unfortunately we do have to come to a conclusion at least in terms of this episode. Before i let you go. I will love for you to tell us if you have any favorite virtual readings also how people can follow us online excellent. I also are offensively. Inspired to have this deep exploration you. I felt very safely held in a space to talk about vix which are the easiest l. Fixed talk about in terms of online stuff. That i'm doing at the moment. That is my website. But i'm also twitter under the handful colonial heart a bible instagram. I'm not hugely activities to stick around but it will unsew. Yeah just in any of these online social media forums check now. What is your arm to talk wonderful. I'm so glad you're open to people contacting you. What is your website address. It's my mate from berkeley dot com. Okay okay and can you spell the instagram handle. Please l. eight great. Thank you again for taking time to talk with me. I am so glad to hear that you fell safely held. I really appreciate that feedback. Thank you very much. Rq with the podcast after yup. Thank you as always you can find us at. Poets amuses dot com as well as on instagram and twitter. Under poets amuses. You can also subscribe to our weekly newsletter app. Poets amuses stockhom in addition. You can now listen to the poets and musicians podcasts on your preferred podcasts platforms including apple and google podcasts. Spotify thank you very much for listening. I'm your host imaging a rate. I hope you have a safe and healthy week. And i look forward to bring you another episode next sunday..

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"clementine" Discussed on Poets and Muses: We chat with poets about their inspirations

Poets and Muses: We chat with poets about their inspirations

06:25 min | 1 year ago

"clementine" Discussed on Poets and Muses: We chat with poets about their inspirations

"Historically speaking sex workers tend to be one of the most neglected populations in in any coacher even even when you think of the dutch and how their tolerance attitude or the association of tolerant attitude tour sex workers in the red light district in amsterdam for instance. May i found out that they were having trouble. Obtaining loans to buy real estate buy houses so there is still discrimination now going back to indigenous nations where the people are already facing discrimination and then add on top of that d- socially unacceptable behavior of sex work and substance abuse that are brought upon by the trench generational traumas. It's very easy for them to become a further marginalized and therefore targets for predators within human population Become victims of domestic abuse as well as physical abuse from both within and outside the community as well. But i think the m w movement is more pointing tours. It's both really but they also point to a how white men can get away with murdering indigenous women and girls kidnap and disappear them for whatever reason and this is not pay attention to And i think so. The problem is very multi layered as the discrimination faced by the roma in europe. I hope that answers your question. It does thank you. The two things. I picked up. I picked up a lot of what you said already which i know first of all you located these women at this social fit moment very very well and the historical app social context in the title. Your talked about really writing this interest horns a new mentor. the concept i li- shib which is something which occurred when i started to write. What was my position. Speaking about spoke at about trauma in a group of people where i don't get terms of by identity. Did you go through any that. Sort of process and What are your thoughts on that chair. He's with me your thoughts on what allies to support groups which much-maligned him this when i really appreciate you bring up that point because it is exactly because of that share characteristic of our poems that i desire to send you this particular poem because both of us are writing from a a world where we were not born in a society where we were not born in but emigrated to. I guess where we are so face discrimination. A part of a larger marginalized group but deciding to become allies. Perhaps due to our own experience trauma decided to become allies and bring attention to yet another group that also facing a lot of discrimination perhaps in ways that we don't as individuals face it does make me a little bit because of the prevalent. Talk of appropriation right. I do think about that idea of time about other people. And how my about other people suffering a group to which i don't technically belong how that could inadvertently have a negative effect such as maybe kidnapping their narrative and as artists because we want to be heard as artists. How are we into verdon Konkco using other people's tragedies to whether we want it or not pave the way to people paying attention to our own art. I want to bring attention to this. And i think me talking about it as an outsider. Because of the relationship. I have with a different relationship. I have with greater society. Perhaps people will listen to me. A certain segments of population will listen to me more than they're willing to listen to those who are more related to these victims of violence. And i think i write from that perspective at the same time i also think about again the inadvertent negative consequences of that. How we might be perpetuating cultural appropriation in some ways is especially if a poem light this or many poems like this because i write about a number of social issues that are not necessarily immediately related to my personal identity add entities so yes. I wonder how i play into the appropriation narrative So i am concerned about it at the same time. I also think again. It's about our own ability to broadcast on ideas and without people relaying these message and seeing ourselves as relator shares of these messages was too good and the bad does the good outweighed the bed. I don't i don't honestly know. And i think depending on who which individual in my case indigenous person you might ask the might have a different opinion on that.

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"clementine" Discussed on Poets and Muses: We chat with poets about their inspirations

Poets and Muses: We chat with poets about their inspirations

07:19 min | 1 year ago

"clementine" Discussed on Poets and Muses: We chat with poets about their inspirations

"The opposite dougherty of resilience your question. All i think on the ground people share that are like minded sixty continuing to for the news. Yeah yeah i. I think especially as when people leave or would people come back and bring ideas from the outside to smaller insular. More insular worlds. There is a feeling of thread almost a mental Existential threat of one's life going to change irrevocably and i can understand how that would shake people especially when people think in terms of their own lifetimes rather than throughout human history or on millennia terms and i can empathize with those people who think. Oh my god you know our little village our way of life. It's always the way of life right Despite the fact that the way of life is probably very modern. Some of the these beautiful cuisines that we associated with italy has a lot to do with the new world. Tomatoes for instance without the neural. When thing that's very socio italy would not be in existence. Pasta is from a different again from a different culture from china us again. A lot of things that shape the modern world actually are broad from elsewhere are brought through this almost like an exchange of life's lifeblood but culture and human migration and again. I always think of people who are more conservative. Were like oh but our way of life ray and both sides are saying this our way of life but they mean quite different things and it's always interesting to look at the evidence behind these sayings and wonder what are we actually protecting. What are we trying to protect. An how much are we willing to hurt. Other people in order to protect that to me both the means and the end are important and going back to your poem the idea that on the relatively small scale of just ignore rain and going about our own business on the beach when there are people who have died who was just alive before because of these definitions of cool cool uncle. We are really makes a huge difference of how we treat each other as human beings. What is your raised. That point to yourself is that it's a shared future human ex as travel little box inside. Our heads to tickle wakeup relate to we cut and that happens with patriarchy that violence that happens inside the whole news concert somehow the business of the state Because it's happening. Almost that was the split between the domestic at the public sphere. The adults certainly the head of the family presumed to know what was good for all the household. That's i think a failure also to attribute to everybody in the household us you mentioned at then people that we ended up shutting away situations with mental health problems so it has something voyage where all pro to just depends on which criteria we used decide that this person is going to adopt belong to the group of people. I really true. I guess that there's something to do with intolerance there as you said something to with year but also in terms of what we're doing to the planet. We decided somehow that we are the apex predator that we are entitled to just wipe out the species. Because they're not number there is definitely this idea of a hierarchy and you know we as human beings obviously favor our own species other species. We use whatever rationalization we can come up with our can come up. With an imperfect knowledge that sciences can come up with at the time so a sink for some people that hierarchy is changing the idea changing web rather than a food. Pyramid for instance helps change that idea to put a human beings not in the center or the top but rather as a part of does redefining of who we are especially given our newer understanding our continuing search for understanding of how we relate what part we play on our planet and also in terms of the universe the larger universe where a tiny tiny part and i think this hierarchy is going back to what we talked about before the that allows us to treat people differently. Allow us to exploit or certain people especially those empower who want to exploit that. Weakness to for instance take-up an individual fight or individual cases of sedentary farmers versus herders perhaps a sub saharan african country and utilize in order for their own political gain and the larger consequence is communal divides dab breakdown into conflicts. That leads to genocidal actions. And i think that is something that we see as well in the us that again. Because of our continue hearings to old definitions are not being address. Which is why. I send you the poem i wrote which is called a meme i w g twenty twenty. So i'm going to read that and we can talk about it. Dresses.

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"clementine" Discussed on Poets and Muses: We chat with poets about their inspirations

Poets and Muses: We chat with poets about their inspirations

06:52 min | 1 year ago

"clementine" Discussed on Poets and Muses: We chat with poets about their inspirations

"If they could. That's report. no no i you know. I think we agree on this point in that. And i remember the first time i read in a large newspaper in the us. The new york times would have had enormous influence over especially more elite crowd. And it really just anger me so much that they decided to use their platform to proliferate this particular term and i really can't stand the idea that people throw the term migrant around and even even human rights organizations now have taken up the term because it just sanitises the atrocities that people have to face in order to induce them to leave their homes. Yes it probably have read all heard or century read of where this line has been quoted over over again wishy space. No one gives a missile is the mouth of a shock. No one wants their child to a boat. Walter is safer now really struck me that people don't usually yeah. Yeah i think from the individual to the collective diseases overwhelmingly tool and i think for people who have experienced things like domestic violence or childhood trauma childhood abuse. There is a equivalence there where you feel like the people that you thought you could trust. That could provide you with this. Ability are actually not those people in that unique to seek your sanctuary elsewhere and refugees is a collective outcome of someplace that but more on a statewide level at just boggles the mind that we as twenty first century. Humans still do not understand how our modern world is form by these migrations while it's true though we didn't have cleans and faster vessels to bring stu places of furthers end of the world from where we originate it in the fastest way as possible. You know thousands of years ago. The fact is we always migrated. This is how the human human world has taken the shape that it has. It just drives me crazy. That people don't realize that don't think about that. Fact is a continuous speculation. Going on autho information shaping. The way that we come to see the world as a connective was wailed. I suppose that it helps us to justify while selves why we put up with search and find other things in total. Yeah i think so as well. And i also think again going back to something upset over and over again. Is that we as a species have certain limitations that we both need to acknowledge and address and that is our incapacity to pay attention to everything at the same time we have mental limits. And so i think that underlying human condition or i guess a living species condition probably also makes it a a sort of a uphill fight to think of human beings that we don't necessarily come across that often in inclusive term or even other planet natori species in a more inclusive term and seeing the bigger picture. So that's definitely something that we always have to fight against and it's a constant struggle especially when a lot of us are not even aware of the problem. I think on some level. I definitely agree that it is at manipulated to keep us In that sort of ignorance date for the gain of a few who benefit from that experience. It's interesting that you say that because you mentioned two things that are really relevant. One these mountain villages which are being about because people are just not able to limit them all year round. The mountains intervened the world areas as able to the city because young able to find it so interesting to farm anymore. Quiet life villages an actually italy they is the reverse trend rats are these villages have welcomed refugees with open arms that the villages looking quite different several villages Look quite different. There are laws which permit farmers access to public land so that if any refugees boost for this village is the farm and they are really successful. Stories people from the for instance if european woman old kamer hugely successful coach former Hundred eighteen goats chiro. In a small town on your fault village and of course the reason i know about this story because the local people local activists there they raised quite as about the beer but town was absolutely shocked. He really very very publicly on this widespread attitude. I think the pope also wrote something about it so on the ground. of course there is action on. Counterfactual is not as if there is one on it. let's italy is a mollet. They have trends or all across the world Quite harsh authoritarian force using politics. Of course there's also.

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"clementine" Discussed on Poets and Muses: We chat with poets about their inspirations

Poets and Muses: We chat with poets about their inspirations

08:00 min | 1 year ago

"clementine" Discussed on Poets and Muses: We chat with poets about their inspirations

"Off the majority. I think horace they are individuals clash each other. But if i have experience which is difficult with a white european. I'm not allowed to its logical. Think factor experience. Unless it's direct racial discrimination. I normally would not see the race. All acts against society mentioned in connection with the tongue. Because this won't vote that they racist proud of being left. This is that you notice. This is minorities racialized being held to represent while they are permitted individual and with the roma as well the official of the legal forcible staving stipple. What strikes me is once. Faith in human is in that way it has been considered. The big aren't subject to the same rules of behavior as everybody else. That's why it was quite okay. The children that each saw that was quite not care. That young girls were life. And i remember from my personal experience on each s. Well seeing a body wrapped up under the Kind of a beach petaluma. I think it was just covered up the week. And i was shocked because i was walking along with my trump asked. I was trying to understand is that was. I was mind recuse. What's up. But i couldn't think of what else it would be Yeah so knowing that they are lots of votes thing. Small boats out there the mediterranean which are not being rescued with the guido knowing that they're also took during every year. I am struck by the fact that if you have between one group and another group over grazing because houseboy too. Far of the farber of italy comes out with a stick tries to drive cows away of That's put this is the raccoon of the rural areas but in europe where the these luncheons or fix his european states which have not to protect Statistics it's quite. Yeah it really is. I think as an american thinking of europe there is this idea especially as a liberal american thinking europe. There is an idea that your overall is much more liberal. Obviously the past ten years has become or drag towards the more right wing more extremists just as we see here in the us. As well i think is a very important point and that you made about italy and italian citizenship. Because i think even ask as of now. Italian citizenship is through blood Marriage i know of stories of eastern europeans who been in italy for generations. Who are not allowed to be called italian who cannot obtain that citizenship because of how it's defined which is also interesting because it goes back to this idea of ethno-nationalism that you touched on. It is imported point. I think that's the right to citizenship. Is the kind of primary dividing line. Because of course the concept of the nation state is owned estates. That's ruled by law. At a state which protects certain rights move its citizens in exchange for the loyalty of their participation in the framework that the state has stopped establishes at everybody who falls outside eight. The protector of the state has to manage for themselves. So somehow the rights that we elect to think about as metro rights glowing to all human beings end up actually reserved for citizens but not just citizens citizens. Oh particular particularities right at. Perhaps the two hundred years ago with they shouldn't state came into existence as very young. He is also absolute trouble. But today people have much actual mobile add so if your rights are sorta mentioned at so depending on where your board depending on who you're genetically related to run your these rights so for people who already have these rights to have those rights taken away. I think it's quite frankly. Yeah yeah and i think these idea of a natural rights is not believed or maybe not belief asked firmly globally. Speaking i think with the body the existence of a body like a un for instance to member states may sign onto pieces of paper that Declare certain natural rights but it is also very modern concept that or one that we seek more about on a larger massive basis to judge. I don't think it's something that is as recognize even now. And so you do see the fluctuation of -application depending on nation depending on state or regions within nations as well This idea and also there are the unstated end. Explicitly stated and people don't necessarily abide by the explicitly stated. Go with what they're brought up with. Stay fall back on it. Almost on instinct as well. I also find it very ironic especially given the current topic that we're talking about that you know. There are currently italian. Towns are desperate for people to come repopulate. Because i think italy is one of those countries that have a falling birth rate along with many western european countries and also because there's a flight from rural areas into more populated city areas so there's this irony of abandoned towns. Abandoned houses are going very cheap cheaply right at the same time. A long italian borders especially bordering the sea but also land borders. There are these strict restrictions aganst refugees coming in. And i hate the word migrant. Because i feel like it's a term that's been cleaned to help people avoid thinking about those who come in especially on those dinghies that they're forced to come in because they have to flee they have no choice but to flee where they would prefer.

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"clementine" Discussed on Poets and Muses: We chat with poets about their inspirations

Poets and Muses: We chat with poets about their inspirations

08:21 min | 1 year ago

"clementine" Discussed on Poets and Muses: We chat with poets about their inspirations

"Of language that had been used about the roma at sixty minority emmy. I mean all across europe edge of this particular case was innocent because they are very very alliance. Also people and us your boyd ups. Worldwide are not given the dignity of either the individual personnel of eight or collectively. So they were in airports. Be italy cold. What we mcleish would say chips. Furthest cody scotland at the time. Which was a right wing government of course as with most of the governments in order to become popular at consistency demonized empty all generalized groups. All racial ethnic cultural minorities instarem. Yeah it was particularly strong so until now. They're still fingerprinting romney. That children and i was struck by also because of the idea of children being innocent of them just being children. When i was writing the i struggled a lot about vote naming on not naming these children. And i went into with not naming them. Somehow i felt assis- it would be a further indignity to name them in such an unbearable. I couldn't actually write it longer. I usually right block that works. But i found bearable to right so i stopped quite quickly when i did the research. I realized that it's a phenomenon. Probably worldwide but certainly europe-wide i on several cases where people on these beaches would be initially insult curious but very quickly they would go back to the normal activities and so even the children cope played. Just you did not find it. Strange that they should be fourteen herald at a sixteen year old stretched out under each towels just before that they be selling trinkets at the beginning. This is also very normal. There are people who walk along and go peddle schools things to people who are sunbathing. So there's very clearly a difference between people who can afford to pay for terrain to us face with an umbrella there and have other people usually immigrants coming on and give them massages or seldom sunglasses and so really for me. It was a very clear distinction that the people of the beach made between whose death could be ignored and could not. Because i could not imagine that if a human being was in that situation at the end of their life that the crowd around them treat their death was such a difference for me. It was a clear distinction between or is considered human amboise considered. This happened in two thousand and eight is august report in two thousand fourteen. And i didn't write. I wrote then nonfiction piece about it but i didn't write a pull until very recently. I think i wrote it the week before. I accepted to the third thing which occurred to me while i was writing when i looked at how similar drownings had occurred because of course the major crisis off the coast of italy the mediterranean now which is called migration crisis for europe but which is really messed death of the military Is sofa people in small boats being denied series you which is on international obligations uh-huh by europe action by the agencies. We try to charge the coast gut services under european order. Agents was these things which i was thinking about this sort of soil of which At your palm at despite knowing some other discrimination that the roma has faced for instance. I don't think a lot of people know that they were also put in concentration camps during world war two during the holocaust and they were killed by the thousands. I don't think enough people know no that fact and as she said throughout europe they been discriminated against even now. It's one that i remember. I think the first time. I was about to go to paris. Someone i news will who lose a good chunk of time in europe has said to me be careful of the gypsies. That's what she said. I have had unpleasant encounters at the same time. You always wonder about cause and effect and i also wonder about since this is an area of interest for you as well how people interact with each other especially people who live fundamentally different lifestyles because the roma are migratory people and we as a species over all majority of us live in a much more sedentary lifestyle in modern days and i think the roma and how they are being treated the fundamental lifestyle. Differences plays a part to it the fact that they leave. According to wikipedia originally day came from india and i remember reading similar clashes between people who are sedentary in people who are migratory or more migratory or maybe a hurting communities versus farming communities in sub saharan african countries. sometimes the clashes come with grazing rights and such so. I wonder if that's something that's come up in your research interesting points. So of course people are generally ill as robot are actually different groups because the names which they uphold our definitions from I recently was thinking about this concept of what people are actually cold in nigeria for extensive the euro. Aw one of the three largest groups nigeria. That name is a name which was given to them by another group of people outside their territory and it simply means those. What happened is during the time. The british six this nate more a number of very very dispirit people living with particular territory because this was By external force people educated thinking themselves as belonging. I did so. It's hardly employer of the tonight. On what the people who political activists within the robots to is that they've asked not recalled for instance at the pointed out that it's a really small minority old still.

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"clementine" Discussed on Poets and Muses: We chat with poets about their inspirations

Poets and Muses: We chat with poets about their inspirations

07:51 min | 1 year ago

"clementine" Discussed on Poets and Muses: We chat with poets about their inspirations

"Amuses bring with your your poem. Ask mrs manners about roma children before we get to. That will love you to tell us. A little bit about yourself has been active. Was a writer own theory for the last seven or eight years. I write of course. Poetry have experimented a spectrum between prose poetry at flash fiction. I like experimental. I liked to experiment myself as a writer. So i'm always learning Hopefully always growing aiba feminist of politically active more ant movement building that frontline activism for fifteen twenty years now mireille of core interest. What makes me feel alive is looking at human relationship rigging at where we connect to each other. Sometimes that comes through it my butchering on its invigorating. You kind of infuses it with resilience at sometimes like that's so much so that's me. I feel like certainly a poem that you've raw with today. Shows that side of your work since you transitioned into writing a years ago if you can tell us when you began writing poetry very i i have to confess. I a eight and i know that exactly because i father had just retired and we had moved back to parents hope town. I caught up in the morning on morning. And might you bunk beds up wrote this poem long or which i showed to my mother who is an english literature or should i say an english literature teacher teacher trainer but also aspiring her cell. I showed her this boat which she was very positive about. But when i think about how i think she she was obviously a mother teacher up to be as well that would have been my first vote but then there were many years Before i came back okay. Do you remember what the poem was about. It is imprinted on my mind. Although i don't have a copyright that when i look at it now it's part of my process is that i have a treatment process and i pay attention to my possess pimas. The people around me mostly the women are on. That was a very potent morning. Ritual was to tell them what. I had dreamed until some reason i wrote a poem about. I think it was a pet effort because it was about. The flag was the flag of a united africa. Somehow and i when i think about it but I had just started owning assembly at school. And i think that we've started the national the at so. This was mary composing this at the with. Would or i have done such a thing again but i remember quite well. Don't think it was a very good for. I am really curious to find out. Why an eight year old like what would spur an eight year old to write something as serious as a national anthem or a pan. African guess a continental anthem is. It's the question for be as well. And i have seen that. Come up because i think it has to do with mike grieving process as well. Probably as the influences i had for my parents with. My mother was a very very active politician at. She was feminists as well although she described herself a sledge her core area will social welfare a community development. I think my father was the against these. Two people had grown up in a still colonial country as part of the eastern region liberia unsold the state towed in the seventies on. Abc's countries was still young. They were still emerging from the independence movements in africa of the sixties. I'm so i think that would have been a topic in our house quite often. Probably i chose a field that i thought there would approval It's really that's when you had this hasn't any. Thank you so much work enlightening. I are always wonder when poets tell me about their first poem especially at a young age ended his some about something. That's a very serious topic. That's very mature for children. That young thank you very much enlightening us and now it's probably a good time for you to rear poem for us than we can discuss it. Okay i will so the title of this for us. You've already said in osc runners about roll over collide ice cream if i think about drunk children drowning. Can i sell ice cream. I think of the children grown. Can i swim from each wave. Natural ripped up drunk. Should i use book. After ruben children drought before oh striped greet towels at tossed over the wrong children. What do the other children dig up with a yellow fantastic speaks before the hearst cops. Thank you this poem. Despite how shorted lease quite an impression on the reader partly because of the contrast between innocent things especially things that children do the rome Children who have died is this base on a real incident happened. I used to italy. I had left at two years before by some random chance. I helped us report. I will struck by it. Because i was inaugurated at the time was two thousand eight. It was true girls. The thing that also astonishing was in a way. It was a logical consequence all the kind.

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"clementine" Discussed on Poets and Muses: We chat with poets about their inspirations

Poets and Muses: We chat with poets about their inspirations

09:57 min | 1 year ago

"clementine" Discussed on Poets and Muses: We chat with poets about their inspirations

"Good afternoon everyone. Welcome to the sunday. May second episode of poets amuses where we chat with poets about their inspirations. I'm your host imaging a rate you.

Nourishing Your Hair and a Look at Clementine

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01:44 min | 1 year ago

Nourishing Your Hair and a Look at Clementine

"Samantha. Thank you so much for sitting down with us today. Thanks so much for having me. How can essential oils help my hair. I think the biggest contribution essential oils can make to. Your hair is improving. The overall appearance some essential oils can help. Keep your hair clean. There are also a few essential oils that are known to give your hair healthy glow which i personally love living in a drier climate. Plus your hair always smells grape and what essential oils do you recommend adding to my hair care routine. There really are so many oils. You cannot your hair carotene. My first go-to is a leave in treatment. I include a few usually ten to fifteen drops of geranium juniper berries cedar wood rosemary and tea tree in a bowl with about a tablespoon or so both fractionally coconut oil and jojoba oil. Then i'll rub that in coma through my hair and give myself a little scout massage and if my really soaks it up though i'll add a bit more carrier oil and to help with shine i'm usually missing when my hair is feeling dry. I also know. Many people lovling as part of their deep conditioning routine along with some lavender injury. Neom finally samantha. Can you tell us about other products that dough. Tara has for my hair absolutely with the new hair care product launch. We've totally refreshed our hair care products. There's a new protecting shampoo that include some amazing essential oils like invigorating peppermint and eucalyptus and cleansing tea tree and rosemary. The same essential oils can be found in the conditioner. But i like to add some lavender and dream. If i'm planning on leaving it in throughout the rest of my shower eighteen.

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Gardening Through the Seasons With Laura Ekasetya, Former Director Of Lurie Garden

Cultivating Place

02:11 min | 1 year ago

Gardening Through the Seasons With Laura Ekasetya, Former Director Of Lurie Garden

"Having just moved across the seasonal threshold of the vernal equinox here in the northern hemisphere. This week we continue our focus on land and land ecology-based garden projects this time in conversation with horticulturalist and plants woman laura ecosystem area. I spoke with laura late last season. Checking in with her on her work as director and head horticulturalist at the famed lurie garden in chicago's millennium park. Welcome to the program. Laura i have been following the lurie garden since it opened in two thousand four and i have been following your work for years now in the public around. It is really lovely to have you here with me. Thank you for having me. This is wonderful. I would love to have you share with listeners. Your current relationship with plants. I have described you as the director and head horticulturalist at the garden. But what does that actually mean laura. And what is your relationship to plants. Both personally and professionally. What do they look like right now. In your life my relationship to plants right now is trying to imagine what they will look like through multiple seasons. Were in a very four season part of the country. And i'm always interested in what will be the next thing that you're i will go to in a garden setting. I started out in this career early on working with research evaluation plants of perennials and it was always interesting to see them lined up side by and how they changed over the seasons and even within seasons and i think i came to this garden because i was really interested in how time is an element in garden design and i think that's a good intro to understanding. Go worry gardens clementine concepts.

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"clementine" Discussed on IVFU

IVFU

05:49 min | 1 year ago

"clementine" Discussed on IVFU

"She sent me an Instagram saying your anime. Pause mom and I'm sorry it took me so long to realize it. Wow. And so how long was this whole time frame went from when she came into your house? It was a year and what happened, for clema that it's so excited to have a sibling. Yeah, she loved it so much but then when things started to go bad and then they went for I mean, we took them to New York City and they we did all these things and we had good times and she was wonderful to climb when she was wonderful but when she was bad when the trauma and the mental illness was too strong was horrible. She was never mean to Clem but she put a terrible fear in her. She said someone's going to snatch you, you know, she's made her terrified of terrifying. Yeah. Well she was in parting thoughts what she knew it was how she saw the world. Yeah. She was in parting her worldview. And did you have to do a lot of damage control after? Yeah. She left. Yeah. Yeah, we had to do a lot of Democrats. I was devastated Andrew. Devastated climb was devastated and basically, you know, what? We said was she was very sick. She had a mental illness. She was sick and she's gone someplace to get better off. Yeah, there are some situations. You can't control. Oh, I almost killed myself in the service of somebody else. And what good is that? Yeah, then you're not helping anyone right off and also not helping clam. Exactly. Yeah exactly. Where did her name come from? Yeah. One day I was setting up for writers group and I grabbed a bag of clementines off the counter and I looked down at the bag and I got just a chill and a thrill run through my body and then I found out that there was a great black folk page named Clementine hunter in the early teens and twenties..

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"clementine" Discussed on IVFU

IVFU

04:21 min | 1 year ago

"clementine" Discussed on IVFU

"There's therapist appointments. There's medication appointments. There's I mean, it was constant constant with her medical issues, and then when I got her into school, she also had school refusal Disorder, so I was constantly police visits cuz she was a Walling from school school refusal disorder. I've never heard of that term before refusal to go to school built on an anxiety about being in school or home. Built on not wanting to do whatever the fuck anybody said she had to do she was fifteen and even if she had been born into like, you know, the Eight is Enough family, right? She would be a difficult fifteen right off the drugs started coming into the house and she founded we found a meth pipe that she left out. She I mean we had group visits with her entire. She had a team of like seven people but she refused them all. Yeah where she'd go high. She'd say you can't make me you can't make me do this. You can't make me do that and I'm like, so we're all turning ourselves inside out. I didn't sleep for a year. I didn't know I was such a ball of anxiety because I couldn't make her see that we were literally just trying to help her forcing her to go to high school. I mean the fights I mean she taught Clem very often the art of the slamming door. Yeah. How old was Glenn while this was five five? Okay, and our foster teen was I'm trying not to say her name because I want to protect her anonymity. She she dead. In the beginning it was we had such a honeymoon. She left Clem so much because her her stepfather had taken her brother. She had a half brother who had autism so she lost everything off your mom. She lost a bad dad and a bad mom, but she had a little brother..

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"clementine" Discussed on IVFU

IVFU

05:19 min | 1 year ago

"clementine" Discussed on IVFU

"Yeah, and I hate the outside world making us feel less than perfect and beautiful and what we are and so I have to inoculate us against that yeah, and we belong to packed which is an organization's for translational families. It's based up north in San Francisco. Yeah, we take it pretty seriously. Yeah, I don't see how you could not though, right especially being a Virgo. But yeah, it's something that's going to keep coming up. I can't pretend it's not happening. But you know where your home is when you take a child and you know who your family is and that's a really cool thing. It's so beautiful because everything nonessential just evaporate. Yeah, and I'm not going to pretend my child's not black because that's dishonoring who she is dead. Which doesn't mean you spend your day is going my black child my black child my blood child, but she is your child is your child who is Blackwell and I can't say black to her cuz she's like Mom I'm brown right off and I'm like, you're right and she's like, I'm more Brown than Lewis, but I'm Les Brown than so-and-so and I'm like, you're absolutely right. Right. So I mean, but we talked about color..

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"clementine" Discussed on IVFU

IVFU

05:44 min | 1 year ago

"clementine" Discussed on IVFU

"Los Feliz to Culver City for foster adopt classes off on Wednesday nights after working crazy hours all over the City full on traffic. Yeah, and the classes were excruciatingly cuz you're learning about trauma and you're learning about being a professional parent and taking someone else's child. And if they if these parents get their crap together, you get the blessing of giving them back their child, right? So there's no guarantees. There's no there's no metal Giuseppe there. I'm actually that's not true. You do get a stipend from the county to take care of the child and and I believe aren't the services like I have friends who just they're fostering they're about to adopt them. Hopefully and all the mental health care the PT the OT those things are polluted. Yeah medical is included which you will need the need of these shows. And these foster children, there's like thirty thousand in Los Angeles County alone. Now there there's the purse. There's so few foster parents. It was painful to me to see these kids aging out of the system and never having a parent and never having someone to love them. But then as I drove into these kids lives the mental illness and the trauma it was way beyond our capabilities. So we got through all the paperwork. We got certified to be foster parents and then to that was in 2008 when the economy collapsed budget cuts off Bush the economy collapse everything foster agencies Education Services. We could not get a social worker to come to look at our house to inspect us off the appointment now we kept calling them.

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"clementine" Discussed on IVFU

IVFU

03:45 min | 1 year ago

"clementine" Discussed on IVFU

"I was thirty-four I was born I was so when you were thirty-five did someone say you better get on this more never I've always been very immature. I never been the kind of person who thought age mattered. Yeah time for me was like, well, I just spent my twenties living and struggling and you know, what you do in your twenties, there is no ten year plan. There was no today plan. Yeah for a Virgo that's kind of weird, but I grew up in chaos. So I replicated in life without really connecting the dots. Right and a lot of people who've grown up in chaos are not inclined to be parents right at least right away or at all thing was I just kept thinking wow. I'm going to get everything all my other shit together and then I'm going to be a kick-ass mom. And I love my nephews and nieces. I mean, I in fact one of the problems in my first marriage was he was annoyed at how much time I wanna spend with my sister and her babies every weekend. I was all up in their cornflakes. So so you're living your life you're doing your thing and you're not worrying about having kids. I I just wasn't freaked out about it and I had offers like I had my gay best friend said, let's have a baby together when I was like thirty-five and I was like, I don't want it like that. Yeah, and he still brings it up to me. Now that we're almost sixty. He's like wage don't you? Wish we had done that and I was like then I wouldn't be clementines mom. Yeah, when all of a sudden done I was put here to be clementines mom and every other opportunity either fell apart or I batted it out of the way and now even now I mean we adopted Clem when I was forty-nine and she made she made a grown woman out of me. Yeah. She made an adult out of me and the name Such a good segue into adoption to this whole story..

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Solving the mental load  update

Ladies, We Need To Talk

05:41 min | 1 year ago

Solving the mental load update

"When we first spoke about the mental load on this podcast, there was a fringe cartoon cold. You should've asked that was going viral. It explained the mental load with such clarity that when I first saw it, my reaction was fury. I wanted to. Shift to the ground. It showed a woman with a baby and a hapless male partner who was kind, but needed to be told how to help and it so familiar. So common. So exasperating and so profoundly unfair. Journalist, Tracey spicer new. What I was talking about. It was an absolute lightbulb moment for me, I sir, Clementine, Ford's facebook page. I share with everyone and I knew that went viral swear words and it happened in the time when I realized that my life with my wonderful husband who's fifty fifty with the housework fifty, fifty with the childcare, but it was just the little things. I'm always the one who organizes school holiday care or who takes the time to look after the kids or rangers everyone's Christmas presents or birthday present in his extended family and my extended family. So after reading that I, decided to go on strike in the household so he had to do it drove him Berserk. He said this is crazy. Such little school holiday cared Australia. I said now you know my pain. Jenny talk about the mental load in your life. I think when I saw the catching was like, oh, no added that to my mental learn. About. How often I think about the mental load? That's Jenny Leong amp in New South Wales Parliament I was very lucky and I consider it to be like that. My partner was able to access paid parental leave. So he was the primary care for a significant amount of time and in that case he did take the mental Lloyd and a lot of that was then there that the what's interesting is once we're both Both. Back at work where the default position falls back and the expectation of WHO's supposed to know those things to me. Then you feel like part of it is also all of my being bad feminist because of that because I think then adds another level to it to how much you should make a deal of this or not I noticed the gender dynamic with my. Friends that are in. Relationships, they're both men they quite comfortably into stereotypes, gender roles that old without all of the challenges and the. Doctor Leah. Repent on a lecturer in sociology at the University of, Melbourne. She racist as domestic labor, and this idea of the mental load is her field of expertise. I'm going to start and say a little bit controversial. Say That everyone actually carries the mental load. So some portion of your mental load may go to thinking about your career. Some portion of it may go to thinking about your family and some portion of it may be going to thinking about your personal life and the differences, the balance across men and women. So you could imagine men are spending a lot more of their mental load thinking about how do I advance my career thinking about the day to day challenges of work. That is a very different mental load than who is going to pick up the child from daycare. or WHO's GonNa Organize School holidays or who's doing the housework wise. House a mass. And one leads to economic outcome, career mobility and one is just unpaid sometimes recognized sometimes not recognized labor. And I think that's really the difference. How do we shift the ratio? Definitely does seat more with women the. Yeah, I, K-. So we're all in agreement about that. Absolutely. Absolutely, the balance in terms of unpaid in terms of thinking about the experience is disproportionately shouldered by women. Yes. Absolutely. Once, you get your head around the idea of the mental load. You start seeing it everywhere in the lives of your friends, colleagues, your mother, your self. It. Happens to women in all walks of life and age and six urology, but it seems to hit hardest when there's a baby. So. Now, we have a name for the mental load. But. The problem is naming, it doesn't make it go away. As I was sobbing thinking. I used to be able to manage employees teams. And now I'm too overwhelmed to even manage a grocery list. And more importantly. How did I become the default for every single child care and household tasks for my family? It wasn't supposed to happen to me. This is a road ski shades La, and she's written a book called Fairplay, which is all about fairly distributing the mental load aves marriage nearly ended when her husband center, it takes saying. I'm surprised you didn't get blueberries. She was furious at the assumption that she had gone from high powered lawyer to full-time Default Blueberry shepper. Eight. Knew she had to do something about it? She says, there are a few ways to look the mental load. My favorite was a term from nineteen eighty-seven and American sociologist named Arlene Kaplan. Daniels. coined a term called invisible work. In why like that term so much is because that's the only one that had a modicum of a solution in it. Because I kept thinking to myself. Maybe. Maybe if I can make. Visible all the invisible things I was doing from my home and family for my husband, Seth? Maybe then he would value what I did.

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"clementine" Discussed on The Good Problem

The Good Problem

04:52 min | 2 years ago

"clementine" Discussed on The Good Problem

"Crucially, it's a coulter arms for all women to rediscover the fury that has been suppressed by a society that still considers feminism a threat clementines, also the author of called boys will be boys, which challenges toxic masculinity and asks. How does a feminist raise a son in a world that conditions boys into entitlement, privilege and Paulo at the expense, not just girls humanity, but also there on welcome to the good problem podcast clam by pleasure to be having we lane. As. Sorry Festival. I WANNA. Ask You a question that I ask all my guests. What does the idea of doing good mean to you personally so when I think about doing good now the easiest way to think about it is in terms of what I WANNA teach my son about being a good person. But even the word good is an infamous leading word, but we often think intensive that binary good. This is bad and. I sometimes wonder how helpful that is because his as I'm sure, you've discussed with numerous guests who gets to define what being goodman tickets to defend good work? People are a lot more complicated than just good versus bad so when I'm talking about Patriarchy for example when I'm talking it up on lining sexism all. Idea of the good man you know when people say, we'll must met a good man in. They would never do anything head in bubble up. Northbound is often actually might just neutral because most people just neutral, and we can actually really liked claim to being good people because festival find what goodness is, but also scholley, which is working towards goodness. I say being good and doing good as an unattainable. Unattainable unattainable wrong, but as a goal that we constantly moving towards on the horizon, and who's to say will ever reach it. WHO's disciple ever be the pinnacle of goodness, probably not, but the process towards goodness. It's what counts rather than goodness in of itself because that's kind of a flawed concept I think. Would you view your work as a feminist as a practice of doing good in the world? I would, but I don't know if lots of other people including other feminists village I mean again. What I define is moving towards goodness. Oh, what I define as trying to be good, is probably a lot of people as not being good enough, or is being good in the wrong way, or all I know is that to me? Feminism is extremely important. Obviously, it's like a coal pot of who I am. That's a cope pot of politics. It is the core part of politics and doing. Good or trying to do good is something that I care deeply about, and so of course is chasing in my own philosophy. Go Hand in hand, but again like I said. Whether or not I've always done..

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11 Trivia Questions on USA Crossword

Trivia With Budds

06:53 min | 2 years ago

11 Trivia Questions on USA Crossword

"Guys. Today's episode is all about a USA crossword. Why give you letters and you try and come up with the answers? Just like you're doing crossword puzzle and before we do that. We have some questions for you from trivial pursuit. Here's a question from a movie in beetlejuice. What BOOK TURNS UP ON? Gina Davis Alex Alec Baldwin's coffee table after their untimely demise. What is named the book from Beetlejuice? That is called the handbook for the recently deceased. Handbook for the recently deceased love. That movie love that book. It's a very cool prop. You buy at places like hot topic and box lunch. They have purses and wallets and things of that cover. Your next question is about Michael. Keaton and David Letterman. Who's nineteen seventy eight variety? Show had a troop that included Michael Keaton and David Letterman. Who's nine hundred? Seventy eight variety show was that and that was Mary. Tyler Moore way back in the day. Mary Tyler Moore David Letterman Michael. Keaton working together. That's kind of fun and here is your last question. It's about music. What was the name of the male member of the carpenters? What was the first name of that member of the carpenters? That was Richard Richard Carpenter. I imagine there you go. Thank you guys for listening to this intro and get ready because we got eleven more. Usa themed questions common at you right about now here we go all right here. We go with the USA Crossword. We'll give you the amount of letters and the clue and you tell me or looking for all American and USA related things number one ten letters a famous building that blows up in Independence Day number one ten letters famous building that blows up in independence. Day that's number one number one number. Two six letters thirty third. Us President number two six letters the thirty third US president and number three on your list nine letters the capital of Iowa number three nine letters the capital of Iowa number four eight letters the most American desert Americans in quotes number four eight letters the most American desert question number five nine letters home state of springsteen number five nine letters home state of springsteen number six seven letters memorial setting for mlk juniors. I have a dream speech number six seven letters the memorial setting for mlk juniors. I have a dream speech and number seven six letters in Eureka California. You can see this. World's biggest tool in Eureka California. You can see this world's biggest tool questionable eight ten letters. America Ferrera. Is this Sitcom after five seasons. What is it after five seasons? What do you think an number nine four letters? The Police Department for Dangle Clementine and Garcia Police Department for Dangle Clinton and Garcia question number ten we have six letters and that's the MLB World Series Champs in two thousand fifteen number ten MLB world series champs in two thousand fifteen six letters and the bonus four two points twelve letters. I'm looking for the name of Hogan's entrance song name when he wrestles Hogan's entrance song name twelve letters those all your questions for USA Crossword. We'll be right back in just a second to see how you did. We are back with the answers to USA Crossword U. S. A. Let's see how you did number one. Ten letters famous building blows up Independence Day is of course the White House to five letter words for the ten letters in White House number. Two six letters the third. Us President Harry S. Truman Truman. Where the six letters we are looking for. Tru Number. Two number three nine letters capital of Iowa is de Moines Das Mo es es Des Moines number. Three number four. We had eight letters the most American desert looking for Apple Pie eight letters. Long Apple Pie number five nine letters home state of springsteen that's Bruce Springsteen and New Jersey nine letters New Jersey number six seven letters memorial setting for mlk juniors. I have a dream speech. That was the Lincoln Memorial Lincoln number seven six letters in Eureka California. You can see this world's biggest tool it is a hammer. The world's biggest hammer is in Eureka. California number eight ten letters. America Ferrera is leaving this Sitcom after five seasons. It's called superstore. You can drive by the storefront that they use for the exterior shots of the building on Barham Boulevard in Burbank. California right near where my first apartment was number nine four letters police department. Four Dangle Clementine Garcia. They brought back this show on. Qube. It's Reno for Reno nine one one. Those are characters on Reno nine one one number ten six letters. Mlb World Series Champs in two thousand fifteen. The royals Kansas city royals and the bone is twelve letters. Hogan's entrance song name is real American Hogan I am a real American in there. You guys all your questions for the USA themed Crossword Hope. He had fun playing along with today's quiz. We have one more question for you. It's called the question of the day. And it is what sea creature is associated with. Ross and Rachel's relationship on friends. Tweet me your answer at Ryan. Buds or email Ryan buds gmail.com to be eligible for a prize. Yesterday is questioned. The day was about the sparkling water brand from Coca Cola that was released in two thousand twenty and the answer is Ha- A. H. A. It's called a high and it's pretty damn good. I like the citrus citrus. Green tea one. It's green and yellow box. Looks like lemon lime? Go Try that. If you have not had the citrus Green tea and your Trivia team name of the day is come and get your gloves. Come and get your gloves. Thank you so much for playing trivia with me. Thanks for telling a friend about the show and we'll see you next time for more trivia with buds jeers

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Strong All Season: Exercise | Meaghan Terzis

Essential Oil Solutions with doTERRA

09:29 min | 2 years ago

Strong All Season: Exercise | Meaghan Terzis

"Now I'm a busy mom of two. I run a busy household a an entrepreneur and so energy is so key in my day and so if I don't have enough energy. I'm not able to do the things that I really need to do. And the things that I need to get done. Sometimes it doesn't get done right so I wanNA make sure that my energy is up high and that I'm able to function from up here and so I wanNA share with you guys some of my favorite daughter products and oils that. I use to make sure that I'm on top of my game all right so first things first I wanna talk essential oils because we all know that dough. Tara has the most incredible essential oils and these. I've actually chosen three. That are my favorites now again. There's a ton of different oils. That will help and that we will love. These are three of my favorites. So number one being peppermint now peppermint. I'm sure that a of you guys can agree with me is a staple in my home. I love this oil. It comes everywhere with me. You'll find it in my purse. My Gym bag. You'll find it beside my bed in my bathroom. It literally is any everywhere that I go because it's one that I grab quite often throughout the day. This is a great oil for pre and post workout and how I use it for energy. Is that what I do is put one to two drops in the palm of my hand. I will rub my hands together and I'll just do a nice little tent. Be over the nose and it takes three big inhalations in what this is going to do. Is it's going to help to open up and support the airways another thing that I like to do is I like to take the remainder of the oil. That's on my hands. I like to rub it on the back of my neck and onto my shoulders because what that's doing is actually going to give this nice beautiful sensation and so I find that to be very invigorating. It's very energizing. And just you know when you're hitting that wall in the middle of the day and you're just needing something to help pick you up. Grab your peppermint oil. You'll be surprised how well this works. And how great this feels and just is a really feel good oil and again just a couple nice. Big inhalations is a great way to use your peppermint oil also. Great in the diffuser as well. Now I said my second I have three oils but actually my second one. I'm kind of classified as my citrus oils because citrus oils are very uplifting. Now do I have a one specific citrus oil that I love? It's hard to say because there's so many good ones I love wild orange I love lemon grapefruit citrus bliss so anything citrusy is very uplifting. It's very energizing. It's feel good so if you come to my house you will find diffusers. In every single room and in those diffusers you will typically find a citrus oil diffusing now what I love about citrus oils. Is that it blends well with pretty much anything and everything. So you can add some some floral to it if you want so your you know your drain. Yam or your Lang Lang or you could do something more. Mid To experiment or peppermint or something herbal. So I love things like Rosemary which is also really nice. And the diffuser as well so again using your your citrus oils to help. Energize you Is a great way to to help give you that little bit of boost of energy throughout your day again you can do a drop into your hands and again the ten teepee couple big inhalations and you can also apply to. Paul's point so the risks behind the ears Those are also great ways to use citrus oils. Also I know that. A lot of people love aromatherapy jewelry. So you can buy necklaces. And bracelets with the aromatherapy jewelry that have eleven beads or have felt beads so that you can apply oils and just kind of smell throughout the day My third favourite oil is actually blend so. Tara has some incredible blends and one of my favorite blends to help. Give me energy through. My Day is motivate if you have not tried this oil yet. I highly suggest that you do it. Such an uplifting feel-good oil. It again has pepper minute. Has Clementines has got peppermint got some citrus oils in there it also has coriander Basil Melissa Rosemary and a little bit of Vanilla. So it's very minty fresh clean smell and I use it the same way that I use my government and I use it the same way he's my citrus oils. Whether I Do a nice little tent and have a Nice Cup a nice couple big inhalations in or I put it in my diffuser. I apply it to my pulse points or put it on my jewelry. These are the ways that I loved oils air medically because when we breathe in natural aromatic compound is going through the olfactory the nose and it's hitting our limbic system in the brain which controls a lot of different things in the body and it's a great way to use oils to help support our moves in to help to support our feeling another incredible product that you can try to help to increase energy throughout your day is meadow to Max now. I'm not sure if you guys have tried this product yet but it's probably one of my favorites especially when it comes to a balanced stable energy. Alright so this is not energy stamina complex it. Has Things like Ginseng. Which is a natural energy boost? So it doesn't have things that are like harmful stimulants or caffeine. So you're not going to experience a crash. What this does is it actually delivers. Atp Andrea Cells. So it's actually enhancing might Oke Andrea function and again you're going to be delivered a solid stable balanced energy throat. You're so if you haven't yet tried this. It's an awesome product to try out like I said one of my favorites I typically like to use it in the morning Prior to my workout and again I like to get things done in the morning between six. Am and noon. And that's typically what. I like to use this product just to give that balanced table energy throat my day now again as we're talking about energy. I think it's important to know that there are many things in our life that contribute to what causes us to experience energy right. So it's not just grab your peppermint or grab your your oils. Which are great. They will help their great tools that we can put an tool belt for for emergencies and for things like that but we also want to look at our lifestyle right. Are we sleeping properly. Are we getting the right amount? Might amount of hours of sleep. Are we eating? The right. Diet are as neutral as our nutrition up to par right. Are we getting enough movement in into our daily into our day as well right? Are we moving our bodies are we? Are we exercising? And so I want you to really look at these areas can take a look like. Are there things that you can improve when it comes to sleep? I mean I I love having a good sleep routine in place right and I love a good bedtime routine for my children and for myself for me. I'm all it's all about self care so again I love being able to go in and get the diffusers going using some of my favorite nighttime oils things like lavender. Vetiver Cedar Wood Frankencense piece. So those are some of the oils that you'll find in the bedroom things that I like to use. I will always have a lavender touch roller bottle beside my bed to roll in the bottoms of my feet. I also like to have a piece of paper and a pen so that I can bring dumping but everything in my head onto paper so that it just helps me to have a better night's sleep right so look at your routines and create some great routines for yourself and for your family to help to improve your sleep because if you're sleeping better you're going to have more energy the next day or eight so take a look at that. We also want to look at our nutrition and our diet right. We WanNa make sure that we're eating the right foods right. We WanNa make sure eating fruits and vegetables. We WanNa make sure eating. Lean searches a protein complex. Carbohydrates healthy fats. We WanNa make sure that. We're watching the amount of sugar that we're eating processed foods. We want to eliminate or limit those things right so for me. I know that healthy diet but our foods aren't as nutrient dense. They were fifty years ago. So it's important for me to make sure that I'm using the right supplements in in in along with my Diet. Because that's what's going to help to give me energy now. I loved Otas. Lifelong vitality pack. It is definitely one of my favorite products that actually helps to give me energy throughout my day as well In here we have three different products that we use. We have our L. S. E. R. S. Which is our cellular complex. Which actually going to help provide great healthy cells in the body because as we age our cell to diminish you. It's important for us to have the the making sure that we're keeping those cells replenished we also have our Seo Omega which is our Omega supplement which is great for cardiovascular Brain and joint health and we also have our micro plex vm. It's it's got your twenty two essential vitamins and nutrients in there so again. You're not getting it if you're not getting it from your daily Diet it's important to make sure you get it and so for me. I've really noticed a huge difference in my overall energy throughout my day. By using this multivitamin and making sure that an eating a well balanced nutritional diet and then the third thing is obviously exercise and movement and a lot of people have business conception that in order to exercise it means you have to go and kill yourself from Jim. Right and like all these all these things that we have to go and work out for X. amount of hours really at the end of the day as long as you get your heart rate up. Maybe break a little bit of a sweat. That's important so maybe get outside. Go for a walk. Go for a run. You know put on a a Yoga Youtube video and do some yoga. It's really easy. It's what you enjoy and I think that's the thing you have to remember when it comes to movement do what you enjoy because that ultimately that's GonNa make you happy and that's what's going to help you to continue doing those things and creating those habits in your

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Westworld S1E8 Recap

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05:30 min | 2 years ago

Westworld S1E8 Recap

"Westworld season one episode eight trace decay. Ford brings been on active status and instantly breaks tailed. Ford says he ordered him to kill trees or in order to protect the hosts. He Promises Bernard that he will erase his memories of his relationship with Theresa including his partner. Death wants Benard covers up the murder we see Bernard paint himself out of security footage and remove all evidence of the presence from his apartment before his memories wiped. Benard asks Ford if he's ever made him home anyone else. Ford says no just as been odd sees himself strangling elsie but is instantly forced to forget. Thanks to Bernard speedy work. To raise bodies discovered in the ravine. Where the woodcutter host was found alongside. The satellite uplink cheesed. Send data out of the park. The medical team did you. She was trying to reach a high point to transmit the data then slipped and fell so a death ruled an accident with this news Ford announces. That Theresa Altered Clementines coat to make Bernardo incompetent in light of the revelations been audited reinstated as head of behavior in the influence of Theresa's. Qa Department is limited Charlotte Hale is forced to accept the official story despite knowing that something more is going on elsewhere in the facility may still having trouble distinguishing between her memories. In real life flitting between her passed on the farmer the daughter and live at the Mariposa but the new host playing clementines role and the Body Repair Lab she tells Felix and Sylvester that she still intends to escape because relationships with their daughter and clementine adjust ways of trapping in the park may gets Felix and Silvester to agree to grunts her administrative privileges so she can control the hosts as well as to remove the explosive failsafe in his spine. That would stop her in any of the host leaving the park to do that. She needs to be taken to behavior and shut down so west. The hatches a plan to y Maes. Programming Wash is offline and Phoenix reluctantly. Agrees to go along with it while exploring the Canyon at the edge of the Park William and Dolores find the sole survivor of a group of confederate. Does that were attacked by the ghost. Nation the dying soldier admits that Logan then new recruits told the confederate does my own laws trained so they can ambush and kill them. Deloris goes to get them on water but sees a vision of her body lying in the river still tracking Wyatt's teddy in the men in black. Find the bodies of a group of settlers with one survivor. This host is Angela. The host we saw. Welcome in William and other guests the park a very different role the men in black recognizes and says. He thought she'd have been decommissioned by now. Angela tells them white men kill everyone but they're attacked by a wholly-owned man with axe that seems to be immune to their bullets. The man in black tries to strangle the creature which triggers teddy to remember the money black attacking delores in a previous storyline. Eventually jolts back to reality and uses the creatures. Oh next to kill him. The man in black congratulates Teddy leading them to Wyatt but teddy knocks him out. With a barrel of his gun now fully aware of how his harm Dolores back in the facility Mavis successfully smuggled into behavior but when Sylvester orders phillies to wipe programming instead sides with maeve emboldened by a new administrative. Privileges may cut Sylvester's throat and orders Felix to close the wound back in the park. She tests her abilities by successfully controlling other hosts even getting host. Ken Each Other on command. With Theresa Gone Charlotte's enlists Lee Sizemore to smuggle data from the park. She takes him down to cold storage. And Upload Data into Peter Abernathy. The original host plane Delors. His father lease tasked with building a personality for Peter so he can leave Westwood on the train with human guests at Delors and William continue on the road. They reach a site where a town once stood and Dolores. His vision get more intense. She flits between memories. Seeing hosts like maeve armistice being trained before Lawrence daughter asks if she's found what she's looking for then a vision of Dolores starts shooting people in the streets than raises a gun to a head realizing the arnold wanted to remember something. Dolores breaks down in tears and questions. Her Reality William Decides to return to sweetwater for the sake of a fragile mind but they're intercepted by Logan in the confederate does on the road. Logan isn't the only one book infinite lowers after tying up the money black teddy interrogates him about Delors his whereabouts instead the money beat reveals that he came to Westworld after his wife kill the self and his daughter rejected him as they both since the dawn is within him to test if he was truly evil he killed. Maven her daughter. Borscht them dine plot of land. Plant a little by the maze. At that moment the man in black began pursuing what he believes to be a game created by Arnold. The death of Maeve doors was life changing for her to in more ways than one as May prepares to actually the park. She remembers being attacked by the money and black and I spent he kills Clementine causing Westwood Security. To come in

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Proposals To Ban Fracking Could Hurt Democrats In Key States

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03:43 min | 2 years ago

Proposals To Ban Fracking Could Hurt Democrats In Key States

"Top Democratic presidential candidates Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren both call for a ban on fracking. This is the controversial technology that has helped create a major oil and gas boom which president trump often brags about on the campaign trail as voters in New Hampshire head to the polls today. NPR's Jeff Brady took a look at the debate over this divisive issue. Here's a message Bernie. Sanders was delivering even back during the 2016 campaign. We've got so put an end to that position. Is One reason. Olivia free. Wild was recently at the University of New Hampshire holding a clipboard and stopping students. Clementines I do. She's a volunteer with the New Hampshire Youth Movement and the Sunrise Movement which has endorsed Sanders. A student scrambled a class. I ask free. Walled about concerns than an anti fracking candidate could alienate moderate voters in the general election. She says she gets that that question. A lot especially from people in my parents generation. I just hear them being scared and I hear them not. Knowing the full scale tale of the crisis we're facing scientists warned that carbon emissions must be reduced quickly to avoid the worst effects of climate change for free walled and fellow activists. The solution and is a complete transition from fossil fuels. The oil industry has taken notice. We hear the noise. The energy debate of the chatter the American Petroleum Institute. TV Ad shows a millennial age man at a diner watching protesters in the street. Then it argues the oil and gas. The industry is part of the climate change solution to natural gas. The US is leading the way in reducing mission. That's true in the power. Our sector where natural gas is replacing carbon intensive coal fracking has made guest cheap and plentiful Mardi Durban with the US Chamber of Commerce Global Energy Institute says banning fracking would interrupt that progress and cost jobs that I five years. So you're going to lose. Nineteen million jobs around the country trie. That's based on a chamber. Study that predicts job losses well beyond oil and gas fracking ban supporters though. Imagine a much different future with a big big increase in renewable energy jobs. Durban and others in the oil industry aren't trying to change activists minds instead. They're focused on moderate and swing Ling voters. Who could decide the next election in a closely divided country. The middle of the electorate understands our needs for energy itself for it to be affordable for ought to be reliable and to clean. But there's a problem getting that message to moderate and swing voters now. Pollsters say they aren't really thinking about a candidate's climate. I'm it changed your energy policies. Mita Patel in suburban Philadelphia is a good example right now. She's undecided sure. Who is the other candidate that I'm comparing trump against Patel voted for trump in two thousand sixteen and Barack Obama before that asked about how a candidate's abuse on fracking will affect her choice. Tell says she's thinking more about the cost of health insurance now. That's the first thing because that does affect a lot more people people like energy and everything. It's going yes but everyday life is affected by health but in Pennsylvania natural gas is big business and trump won the state by less than a percentage point in two thousand sixteen democratic leaders worn a nominee that vows to ban fracking could lead to another trump. Win In this November. Jeffrey N._P._R.

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Fiona McIntosh - Escape with a master storyteller

Published...Or Not

09:46 min | 2 years ago

Fiona McIntosh - Escape with a master storyteller

"We like enough to have in published on. It is Fiona McIntosh who has been back to three CR time and time again with her books books. Thank you for returning but more so. Thank you for your well researched and very readable books. Thank you thanks Jen. Now Fianna you bill characters from a social political or moral dilemmas this time. It's the Grant Family Henry Grant. It has made new money You down that well. He has been quite canny in how he's invested his money and he's taken and massive risks. Now where this book is set in Victorian Times sort of the eighteen seventies when You know it was still very The wealth was old Families were quite Stodgy super-conservative But Henry's one of those sparkley little characters who takes massive risk and go traveling the world and collects artworks that nobody's ever seen before from the exotic tick places of the world and he built a house that everybody sneers at 'cause it's like a a But he's making money and that makes him Sort cliff dangerous and one to look out for and I like the way that you know people from old money look to to him and his beautiful wife Lillian and say look the way he lavishes it on her. She's like a chandelier. She sparkles so much. Now they've got a daughter. This is Lillian and Henry. It's Loayza yes also beautiful. And a son Richie but from a different Jess Martha. Aw yes I mean. Henry's not exactly you know. He's not following the normal way. He's a bit of a rebel. Yes he has had this Son Out of wedlock. Okun and Lillian hates the Sun. Because it's not hers and he's He's always he's paid for the schooling though. It's boarding school for the Sun. And this son Reggie and Louisa do know of each other Oh yes and love each other. Actually Louisa his stepsister. Sorry Louis the the we're getting all our wives mixed up. Louisa really does love Stepbrother and feels. He's unfairly done by. She doesn't like being the only child and this glorious little glittery jewel in the crown of the grant family and it's why indeed that she is capricious in how she treats them in terms of who she ends up marrying. Well now the father decides it should be a new bridge built on this weird and wonderful estrogen brings over. The Scottish engineer can call James Night. What happens how James is romantic soul? He's a very poor little man but he's completely besotted with this beautiful daughter talk and he decides in making this bridge for the father to forge a sort of a a stream that is running through the property that he would make Akishino to this beautiful woman. And it's a very fairytale light bridge and it's in the making of this bridge and how he describes it to That they fall in love. Yes so look. This is where the books star Yes. We haven't ruined anything for anyone at at this point is that James Louisa leave England wherefore. Where does the bookstore? Well James is tired of the disdain. That he's is being shown to him by the grant family in. He thinks he is a man of merit. And that you know. He's an engineer and he would like to try and do the right thing by this beautiful beautiful woman and also their new child Clementine And it certainly the grunt family. Now turn their focus to Clementine. They think she is. The new jewel will in the crown and James Decides well. Actually we're not going to stay. We are going to Australia. We're going to say after Australia. And the family though heartbroken. Reckon believes well at least as a society in Australia and they can you know our daughter. Louisa in our little precious granddaughter can at least live in a good society society but of course. There's a shock coming. It's a shantytown. Hey gets completely besotted by the idea in Cape Town when they Step off the ship. Whilst the ship is taking on supplies James says about the diamond rush of eighteen. Seventy one sorry the in an unforgiving land and where the British struggled for survival almost every creature that roamed was capable of killing them. If the summers didn't get them I assed well our cat now. So James The engineer is digging data and and Clementine and loayza living in Shandra tent and Louis annoys the cheese So we're not ruining every anything because this all happens in the open Ning few pages of the book and it really sets up the story because Louisa in loving James and realizing the mistake of that love That he is an adventurer he is a free spirit and that they've both been very careless with their child who they both loved very much but they've been careless with her six years old. Yeah she's between five and six and she she knows she's dying dying and she is going to leave this most precious child in the care of a man who is beginning to lose his mind because of the failure Ed to seek his fortune. They've been there actually in the alluvial diggings and he's finding nothing he hasn't found anything and he refuses to take any of the family money. Johnny he's too proud and so this little girl is running wild like an Urchin around a mining camp and getting no real parental supervision or control. There is one person. One person who james shares the digging with now on the very day that the ways dies they they hear something they hear that there's a new diamond strike out to be is to be as farm and saw the partner takes off and then says I'll meet you there but of course James couldn't come immediately. He had to deal with Louise's this is death but this partner just was such a magnificent man. Yeah he's a great character. I was I was not sure where the story story was going when I first started to get well. Go Out to Africa and start researching The Kimberly area in South Africa I needed needed my main characters. I already had Louisa and Jones in my mind. I thought I was writing about them. But then I realized I was actually writing about Clementine and that change my focus and I thought he's looking out for Clementine and then this character walked into my pages and he's Zulu warrior and he's there on behalf of his tribe and this was very normal in that time lots of the Tribal men left their tribes to go and try and find diamonds and turn that into money for the tribes so it wasn't An unusual sight and he sort of befriends or Jones Burns him mm-hmm and together they sort of work alongside each other but then they decide to make a claim together and peg out a claim and and dig together and it is this man who is called Joseph One shoe and the moment that home was coined. I knew I had a very special character on my hands and I knew that this story story was not going to be a traditional love story. I knew it was going to be a story about an unbreakable bond between two unlikely people. A A little girl who is needs help needs love needs. Affection Needs Supervision and Guidance and this wise beautiful brilliant African so we also see the James. The father is suffering so badly from depression. Then he's drinking and it's a Clementine on is relying on Joseph and he tells her all about the stars and then there's a strike in their own diggings and that find a diamond. They found a lot of diamonds. But this special diamond is given an an astrological name. Yeah because it's meaningful to Joseph and too well to all of them they we all know a bit about the night sky and Joseph brings the sort of Zulu names to the night sky and how his tribe regards those Fabulous heavenly bodies and James can tell him a little bit about How the how the British view the night sky and the and the Western way in how how we've named these stars And that's quite a lovely aspect of the whole story actually that that's another Sort of link can the chain of their bond is that they bond over these stars and Sirius in particular. which is the the the brightest star in the sky?

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"clementine" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"clementine" Discussed on KCRW

"My tummy and I would blast the song even though I wasn't trying to have a connection with her in those moments it was like I'm doing something for you and I'm letting my half self have this with you daughter Clementine was born in April of twenty sixteen a little over seven pounds a happy healthy baby then the hospital Jericho falls found that she was still on the kind of emotional auto parts I guess all those months of just keeping that disconnect I still had it on but I can remember a couple of days after coming home I am sitting on the sofa with her and I it just hit me like a ton of bricks I had never loved anything as much as I love this human being and it was painful it was like a physical pain and I started crying and I just I knew what everybody was talking about now the next few months were trying she began to care for her newborn daughter the chain has been separated and would soon divorce she says it felt like her life had imploded then one day when Clementine was about a year and a half full I was driving in my car on my way to work I was going to drop her off at her Daddy's house and this must be a place comes on the.

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"clementine" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"clementine" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Stargate January twenty fifth. As missions to the moon. Go clementine was small sheep and low key yet as accomplishments were big and long lasting. It's maps of the lunar surface are still some of the best around and scientists have worked long and hard to expand on its discovery of frozen water at the moon's polls clementine was launched twenty five years ago today, it was designed by the defense department to test sensors batteries and other technologies it was targeted for the moon with a follow up trip to an asteroid clementine arrived at the moon a few weeks later during more than two months in orbit. It took almost a million pictures of the lunar surface in multiple wavelengths. Those images produced the first map of the entire lunar surface. And they revealed the composition of the surface the probe also measured the elevations of the surface and by tracking its radio waves scientists measured the moon. Lumpy gravity. Clementine also balanced radio waves off the polls a radio telescope on earth measured the reflected waves, which revealed is hidden inside craters. Clementine left orbit in may of nineteen ninety four and headed for an asteroid. But a faulty thruster drained away it's fuel bringing its mission to an end and its first target has a bright companion the next couple of nights. The star spiker is to the lower right of the moon as they climb into view after midnight tonight and closer to the upper right of the moon tomorrow night, we have more sky. Watching tips astronomy news and much more about the universe. In Stargate magazine, subscription information at Stargate dot org..

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Gold mining is still big business for some

The Big Biz Radio Show

00:39 sec | 4 years ago

Gold mining is still big business for some

"We were trying to cover. Natural resources for some time. We used to cover a couple of gold companies just because we thought they were interesting and some oil and gas companies well, one of our producers Greg found a company because some of you viewers suggested that we take a look at a company called L A gold L K A gold is a public traded company on the stock symbol L KFI group picture, though, TV people L K A. Gold dot com is the is their website that mammoth lakes. Lake tahoe. There. Yeah. Well, someplace I wanna go joining us joining us here is the CEO of the company whose names KYW Abraham KYW gray tabby launch today, sir. How you doing? Skirt. The big question. Where's the picture? I want to go there that picture just south of Lake City. Colorado was taken from the six level of our golden wonder mine, and that's lake San Cristobal one of the few and largest natural lakes in Colorado. Elevation of the barrel. Eighty five hundred she said, can we send RV up there in a couple of? The afternoon. Like a great place to work. It's very popular this time of year tourists from Texas and Oklahoma the heat loved to go up to Lake City, Colorado, and there's golden them hill. Colorado. He can tell hey, asking you gotta have experience in oil and gas as well as as well as minerals all the way from the US to Africa, Indonesia, talk to us, why joined L K A Y, y you're so inserted here. Because as I look at this company, you guys are going places here, and I will tell you, you know, a guy that's off and on FOX business Robin in the Wall Street Journal. I take a very close look at these companies for them on the air. You guys got something going? You're the best kept secret around talking about your history and talk about the company. We started the company in eighty two when we found a very interesting gold deposit right above lake San Cristobal as you saw a new strain. It was a particular. It was a it was the kind of deposit the really got our attention because we're we were really as much gold miners as we are for lack of a better word treasure hunters. I love that. I love the fact that they're not gold miners. Their treasure hunters. For the rest of the world. There is that romantic sort of feel that you are treasure hunters. Well, when we when you look at a class of gold mining operation, they're big they move a lot of dirt. They've got very expensive and waves. Equipment. We're not interested in that. We were interested in going places where the majors wouldn't go to look at things at the majors didn't want to deal with or couldn't give me an example of that. So when you talk about the majors wouldn't wanna go you're talking about the major minors, the major the major mineral extraction companies were don't they wanna go. And what makes you guys more nimble? They don't want to go to the mountains above lake San Cristobal in an highly environmentally sensitive area. Were they can't create a big footprint tear down half a mountain and move a mountain of material before noon everyday now. Now, let me ask you this though. I don't know. I don't know much about mining. I know a lot about stocks on a lot about about raising capital. But when you have a smaller mind and a nimble company like l k gold and once again, their their website, l k gold dot com and their stock symbol L K I when you've got sort of that nimble company. Can you see the multiples that can you see? Can you see a big margins without putting out that big footprint, and I would say I would argue putting out a huge chunk of capital formation to get there. The margins that attract us about these projects. This. When we first discovered this, or when we I went into production with the discovery we made as we were doing our exploration on this deposit. We found a hundred and fifty thousand ounces of gold in a space of less than ten thousand square feet. Now, give us give us some give us some concept of what that means for the rest of us who don't follow gold. So you've found one hundred and fifty. Got friends five thousand square foot houses and. Wow. Engaged got under some kind of feel for how small. Stay right there. Four hundred. I dated a gal clementine was your name. Her father reportedly was a minor who was in the Goldie industry clementine. Yeah. I try to find humor in this try minor humor. I wanna talk. This is super interesting. I've never heard anybody actually explain it to me will they send an old men into the hills with big pans in the hats all up in front of the big pick. And they just go. Here's some. So what's the panel? Liners from the gold. Rush days. So this is these guys these guys have the richest producing gold in recent history. Maybe in history. Story continues.