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Hawaii's COVID Rules Turn South Carolina Family's Vacation Into Nightmare
"It's called cova derangement syndrome. It has it has been added to the list of derangement syndromes like trump derangement syndrome. And just ask less besson door for my my buddy. Joey hudson was telling me about less this week. Less went to hawaii from south carolina with his wife and kids and i want you to hear his store less. We really appreciate you joining us. Here on the mike gallagher show because when joey told me about your case i thought i gotta share this with everybody. How are you sir. don't mike thanks for your patience. You and your wife vaccinated your sons. Your sons are fourteen and sixteen correct. That's right and they weren't vaccinated so you wanted to follow all the rules regarding did with the hawaii restrictions we can you walkers through what happened when you got to hawaii Yeah well we've got the hawaii. We got up there playing the a section where the steering people make sure they had all the paperwork and everything that they need to pass the their their rules There was no problem with my wife. And i But my two sons they Have the testing done through Hawaii's one of them's hawaii's partners with the supposed to have a twenty four hour turnarounds to the test results and It had to be done within seventy two hours. Seventy two hours wouldn't accept the test results so when we get to hawaii we find out that the lab that hawaii uses Or one of the lots of these several but one of them that they use That we ended up using did not Complete tests and did not upload the results So we're in the airport there and In the hawaii airport. In what we're in hawaii on the big island in this now. So you're on the big island and your and your and you realize now you've got you and your wife have your vaccination cards but your kids test results have not been properly process show now. Hawaii thinks you guys are stuck because you've got two kids without a vaccinate or without a cova test result correct. Was that we so we asked. Well can we just get tested for them. Houston all the tasks are very quick. this is what really surprised me is that they said you can't get a test in hawaii it from out of state you have to leave the state to get a test to come back in. So we they don't they don't they. Don't have the ashes in hawaii. That had those blue buynaksk by max. Now kids we get a fifteen minute result. I'd like to tell you that that we were in tokyo so i couldn't get out to see if they have this. No kidding because this gets worse all right so let's go through this show so you can't get the test there. So then what happens so they tell us. We have three choices. Choices are one to leave hawaii to to go into those ten days of quarantine or three to have. A the governor's office grant an exception in our case. How are you going to get a governor's exception in your case standing in the hawaii the airport hawaii i have no idea i wonder your. Where did you go from the airport. I don't know what happened from the airport. We tried to go to our beach house that we rented for the first two nights before the resort for the rest of vacations right but The airport wouldn't let us leave until they Until they called the beach house confirmed that they would keep us in our beach. House and Make sure that we quarantined. Keep you in like like like house arrest. Like house arrest yes. I couldn't outside and the beach house. They they said they wouldn't be able to do that. And i can't blame them. They don't wanna be sitting around doing that kind of thing right so we have to find the hotel that would allow us to Be under Corentin in their hotel wounded up we ended up getting the marriott And we had improved the airport people there that we have a reservation at the marriott and the marriott would Indeed cheapest room and where. Where are you doing this making all these calls and trying to figure all this out with since hawaii thinks your two kids are like lepers. I guess you know. They've got the blue bonnet plague. What are you guys. Locked in broom closet somewhere in an office. Where are you doing all this. We are behond one of the counters or this is taking place while other travelers coming in and While we were there for about two hours three or four other people with similar issues that weren't able to get her to go to porn teams. Oh so you weren't. You weren't alone and going through this now. There were sort of Well Both with kids and a couple a single individual my gosh go you wind up at the marriott right with your family right how that go. Well not was. That was awful. I'll tell you it was awful Before we got to the marriott no they told us we have a one phone call to try to get with the lab to To get our results one photo giving you one phone. Call one phone call. That's what they told us and we. We ended up having a lot more because my sixteen year olds is autistic. And there's been expecting this trip for Well we're supposed to do it last year. That goes with council the at. He's expecting it for this year He just has a meltdown there in in there and And it was bad
Whats Hotel Quarantine Like in Australia?
"The whole story about how you ended up in hertel corentin in itself is really quite unfortunate. Pap how come. You ended up in quarantine. Well originally when i book my flight on didn't have a great big long layover like i ended up with While i was in darwin i ended up. Having my flights changed for different time. I think it was the last change not long before i left. Darwin that gave me a layover of twenty three hours. Twenty five minutes in melbourne. And i thought to myself well. I am not staying in the epo for all that time with that. Thinking of any of the light problem that might occur. I just booked myself into the closest mitchell that could which was the ibis airport motel which is six hundred meters away. And yes. I've just had a look at the on. The map. pins like the ibis budget hotel at melbourne airport is basically within the april precinct. It's a short walk from terminal and it's you know it is the only hotel around albany. Puerto says it's not quiet currently quarantined. I tell us it would have been the only option for an overnight stop but queensland consider that to be entering carpet hotspot. Yes and i didn't really a look should have done more research before i left because i didn't attempt to fill in the queensland boorda pass until i actually arrived in melvin so that was when my panic started when i was in the hotel and sort of read started to read the instructions and that you know have i transited through a hot spot and i thought well. Currently melvin is a hot spot. It wasn't went. Ibew the tickets and another thing that i thought was a beat. We'd was that. Why would virgin have put me on a flight that went via from darwin to melbourne. Full that long and then debris brisbane. The next day knowing that melbourne was out spot.
"corentin" Discussed on Eureka by Baron Fig
"Still haven't really recovered from it or Or have been able to take a break or it. Okay so how you met because this is super important if you if you're willing to go there like how what's what's been helping. What's in helping making a concerted effort to reach out to friends. I'm if i need to vent. Or if i just need to be around. Other people course. Corentin was a huge part of this yup but also delegating more. The work than i normally would allowing myself to do that so that i could have my weekends back. Yeah totally usually. I work six days a week. Sunday is my prep day for monday. But for for like four or five months straight. It was seven days a week nonstop work into the night. I wasn't getting any break in washing the dishes. And i my hands were shaking. Like that's new. That has never before so to anyone. Listening take breaks drink water. You know carriers off. Yeah usually when something comes up physically right. It's it's it's a good sign that things internally have gone far beyond our max right. I shouldn't have let it get to that point But i'm glad i caught it before. I went absolutely ballistic. Yeah no but i wouldn't even say you should have let it get to that point. I mean your human. Like the rest of us i feel like many of us myself included can resonate with with something like that. We might experience it in different ways but like let's be honest. Society is kind of set up the pushes to that place so for not actively doing something in in doing something to see against have the awareness to see that. That's coming up and putting stuff into our routine than at minutes. Inevitable's just going to happen for not wired to handle this much pressure. Yeah and i am someone who like. I am very aware that. I have a a workhorse. I've obsessed with it. Brings me more joy than everything and.
Analyzing the Four-Stage Transition Plan by Australia
"Joined first of all by. Karen middleton chief political correspondent for the saturday paper in canberra karen. The theme of this episode is basically how australia now gets itself out of the lockdown into which it has put itself cabinet has just this week announced a four stage transition plan. What does that plan consists of. Well it stopped in the face wary. Now which is trying to minimize. The damage is heavily. Reliant on a system of hotel corn chain and trying to veteran eight people and the latest of the states and territories have now agreed. Values lockdowns lost resort. What the practical impacted. That will be out because really. That's what they say they during now. So we're gonna go from way. We are now we the trial program in this first phase of home by scorn tain the people who've been vaccinated so we starting to say in this parkway a distinction between people who've been vaccinated and people who haven't the second phase is said to be the first vaccination phase prime minister's suggesting without wanting to put fan timelines on phase. Two will probably be next year and part of the first guys to have the number of inbound travelers so the state and territory latest have been complaining that too many people coming in with the joe to strain. That's where we're saying. These outbreaks got at the moment in australia. So the second phase will be increasing those caps again probably next year starting to look at the entry of students and economic as a holders and reducing the number of people in her show corentin in expanding use of harm car chain. They'll also be looking at a vaccine boost program because of the time next year comes around even though he's had the first two shots are gonna have to have another one. Vice ray is what they call in consolidation that ideally would have no lockdowns at all that we would say people moving around freely no caps on returning vaccinated travelers on again the emphasis being on vaccine versus vaccine and in the final phase two bay living with the virus trading virus like any other bars like influenza or anything
Chocpocalypse Now! Quarantine and the Future of Food
"I've been hearing about this quarantine book for many years many many years because our publisher has been waiting for it for many many years. And certainly i never thought i'd have any personal experience with the topic but i did always wonder and i saved up the question just for this episode. Where did you both get the idea for a book about quarantine. Let's go back a long long long time ago. you know. we are married and We were on a trip together in australia our first time. They're together Staying in sydney and at one point a local friend invited us out to a picnic and that was out on a peninsula on the other side of the bay from sydney proper and it was right by what is now in a hotel. it's called q. Station and it was a quarantine station. That jeff said. Now it's a hotel that remote oceanfront location that made a great for quarantining passengers travelling to australia by boat in the eighteen hundreds turns out to be delightful for people looking to get away from it all today. And that's not uncommon for sites that were used for quarantine in the past when you hear about a quarantine station. They tend be ruins They tend to have been turned into something else The maybe they've been eliminated entirely. Torn down a raised as if quarantine was this obsolete. Strange thing that don't do anymore and so somewhat. Ironically given how the book turned out you know our initial question was really kind of asking what was quarantine. Why did we do it. Where did it go. And why has it gone away. You have to remember. This was many years break ovid but once we began looking we realized that actually corentin hadn't gone anywhere and so in fact as we kind of started pulling the strings of quarantine. We started seeing it everywhere. you know. it's all over the world that was happening at various scales. It was happening in agriculture. Happening with human diseases. Like bola and covid nineteen but it was also even happening in things like on an interplanetary scale with talking to people who worked at nasa and the european space agency and terms of how they quarantine how they help prevent contamination of earth. From off world microorganisms. Or how they help protect places like the moon and mars from bringing earthly microbes to them. And so yeah. It was a huge topic and it really just seemed like the kind of thing that a book would be a lot of fun to do. And so we sorta dived into this thing. I mean that trip to australia was in two thousand nine. That's a little while ago. Not only are we still married but the book is finally coming out. So
18 Seconds Into Hell
"Friday. The twenty eighth of may water week. Teagan yeah absolutely. I mean how how hots are got two people in melbourne and victoria. Going to look down again. It's nothing Nothing nice about that. And of course. We know her that the these outbreak and the subsequent lockdown with seated out of high to- corentin in south australia. Yes so that's the that's the story here is a state gets shut down because of a leak in hotel quarantine in south australia. New south wales was lucky. A few weeks ago with the man who became positive clearly got mortar corny. But they still don't know how and they could have had a bad spread there. They were just lucky that they didn't get bad spread. It wasn't it wasn't contact tracing. That saved us there in use. Is we always say damon. New south wales was simply. That obviously didn't have a spreader here and has been a spreader in victoria so in hotel quarantine. That's what we need to focus on right so let's just talk about. We have a little bit more information more detail about what happened in south australia. And it's not pointing the finger at south australia's a state where this happened. And we've got a situation where we had people in adjacent rooms at the end of a corridor and a medi hotel and they think the transmission might have happened in a window as short as eighteen seconds between doors opening and closing. Yes there was a a man who was becoming positive but they didn't know that it probably should have known that because the person who was sharing a room with them previously did become positive. So there's always at high risk of being positive open. The door eighteen seconds to get a meal was unclear whether he was wearing a mask or not and in eighteen seconds later the door to the other man who is the man who went to melbourne. His door opened his meal and that presumably was enough to transmit the virus.
Interview With Jacob A. Ware, Actor, Writer, Creator
"Welcome back to before the break. We are just going to hop right in This week we have special guest. He is constantly working writing. Creating you may have seen him on such tv shows as fbi blue. Bloods gotham law and order. Svu shades of blue and boardwalk empire which earned him a sag award nomination for best ensemble in a drama series. His latest film. You wouldn't understand which he co wrote and stars in is currently on the festival circuit and was an official selection at the twenty twenty one sundance film festival. Please welcome the very talented jacob a wear. Hey thank you so much thank you. It's so it's amazing to talk with you guys. This is awesome. Welcome welcome to the show. Jake of nice to meet you. Nice to meet you too tommy. So we always begin with. When did the pain begin early. Earth how you know what i'm gonna i'm gonna merge in this call my therapist and we're great zero four away interview. How're you doing. How's your covid crazy. corentin year. Been going you know what it was. A time of a lot of. I think with like most people. It was a time of lot of self reflection kind of it was like an inflection point as well like you know. Do i have my priorities. Straight like what's going on in life. Like how can i be observed to others and i think it was just a cascade of things and i don't know to answer your question it. It's still happening. It's still going on the i. i don't. I don't even know how to quite answer that fully. But i don't know i'm ready. I'll tell you what. I'm ready for it to be different for sure.
Teens, Tech and Mental Health: Oxford Study Finds No Link
"Study finds. This is a thirty year study from oxford university. Thirty years four hundred thirty thousand teenagers from the united states and the uk. Answering questionnaires since nineteen ninety-one. Now they're you know when you read about scientific studies you got to consider the methodology and everything. I mean these. These were self reporting teens but the question was designed to detect indicators for depression emotional problems. What they wanted to know is does watching. Tv using social media living on the screen on the device. Does it cause mental health issues. But he thinks thirty years. Four hundred thirty thousand teens. That's a pretty good study. Pretty good samples sample size so they call a longitudinal. No longitudinal study. The researchers said. There's no link between the time teens. Spend on tech devices and mental health problems. No link there are other reasons. Kids might not feel good There might be a link between pandemic corentin and depression but not those devices The researchers said the commonly used argument that social media platforms and devices are harmful to. Adolescence is not is not not borne out by the data and research. available professor. andy. Presents probes bliss. A senior was bolt sqi. I think i got that right. Visible sqi senior author of the study. Says it's too early to make any firm conclusions on the relationship between teen tech us and mental health and certainly way too soon to be making policy or regulation. So they tried. They tried to find a link and they couldn't do it.
How Worrying Is Sydney's Missing Link?
"I go away for two days and new south. Wales has had a coronavirus outbreak. What's going on every time you go away. Teagan something happens so you. South wales is going into partial restrictions. Nowhere near a lockdown and are continuing for another week beyond what we thought. Originally cases have emerged since the to the other day and of course the source of this. We don't really know what the source is of this outbreak. But it's from this one person who has contracted the and it doesn't seem to know where they got up from. There's no obvious links to hotel quarantine or return traveler. So how i mean. How worried should we be that. We haven't actually found the source of the outbreak where we know the sources the a man who came into the country with the b one six one. Seven point true variant. But what we don't know is how got from that man to the man in the current outbreak who then passed it to his partner. So that's the mystery is is where the transition occurred where the spread occurred. Clearly the man who came into corentin hotel quarantine match move so the the where elements of possible exposure outside that. But i think the the new south wales department of health is assuming that this was actually probably quite a brief contact somewhere along the line rather than something. know robin. Somebody over is obviously the people with the drivers. The nurses looking after them and so on and they've obviously turned up negative so it's some other glancing contacts that they haven't been able to detect the virus and spread it to this other person either directly or indirectly and what they're worried about of course is that it's secondary spread beyond that intermediate source.
Google Brings Hope With Viral COVID-19 Vaccine Ad
"Hines is here to help me. I talk about a new google advertisement that has begun running on television including during this past weekend's men's vital four morgan wives. This ad getting so much. Buzz senate video which is just a minute. Long chronicle search terms throughout the covid nineteen pandemic and illustrates how those terms might be changing as we see vaccines becoming more available. And as a result we see the world starting to get back to normal. So the ad starts with a litany of search terms from earlier on the pandemic including corentin social distancing lockdown at one point it's switches to french and says restrictions devoy is and then as it progresses we see the term sweatpants transform to just pants and the scheduled virtual happy hour change to just happy hour with the calendar notice. And then something you know like a google maps theater. Location will change from temporarily close to open. The music just starts to become more upi before we land on a final set of keystroke that spells out of covid vaccine near me so there are terms that are involved other than those but the gist. Is that the odd is centered on the hope that the vaccine brings well. That sounds pretty cool. And it's gotten a lot of us. He was up. It's been up for a week or so but people really caught onto it when it got on. Tv this past weekend right. Yeah that's correct and by one pm. Eastern monday had had more than seven million views and the response is pretty strong. And i can't say it's been any different for me after watching it. You know after living in a year of a pandemic to remain meal emotional and a minute can do a lot more than you think so. I checked it out on twitter and plenty of people were sharing and responding to the ad one user when sharing link said that they were seeing a light at the end of the tunnel another said the internet giant kind of nailed it and this is what we all want to hug each other to celebrate to cheer. That's not the exact quote pretty much what they were
Clare Crawley and Dale Moss Were Spotted Holding Hands After Their Messy Breakup
"Let's talk claire and dell. They split just a few weeks ago. And the break-up was messy now there have been sightings. I've been hanging out in florida. Do we really think these two could get back together. Yes absolutely you. I have friends that. Go back and forth to their excess. I've done it. I think we've all unless you're a person who's like that's it. I cut him off. Got some friends who cut their and they do not go back no matter what but this couple seems like toxic. I mean what do you really think you really feel about daily. I always tell people don't decisions about your relationship when you're hungry when you're tired win in a pandemic because you will start to second guess where the you really feel their way or if it's the pandemic that's causing you to think that way. I think that we probably got the clare in dallas situation. Ron i think the two had split up probably before he went to new york and probably before he was spotted with that girl. I don't think there was any fidelity. Did her dirty publicly. he basically broke up with her on the internet. It's like the now twenty twenty one of breaking someone on a post it note like visitors not okay and she found out when we found out that that's will remember. I'm going to believe claire. Because she's a she's my age and we are mature and in control of our relationship narrative. That is exactly what happened. She wasn't happy about it but clearly it wasn't enough to turn her off of the relationship because here she is again. I just wanna order. Friends are saying. That's what a shot because if you call them go back your friends don't wanna hear about it. You talk and talk and what he did to me and the next thing you know i cut people off if you have a toxic relationship and i have been through it for cycle one. Two three and seven at eight. I have to draw boundaries. Because then you're talk. Society is coming into my leg with your girlfriend but let's put ourselves in their predicament. We're talking about a man who went on a show met. A woman got engaged after three or four weeks have known each other and then went into lockdown with that person. I don't care who you are whether you were together for a year years or five years before you got engaged. Somebody's gonna get cold feet at some point during that time go on a cruise ship with somebody who just see what happens more people that break up after going on cruises to gather you're locked up and you're like you know i got to know that person way too. Well yes. I think it's the opposite. I feel like corentin. Yes i think it can either break you up and you're done because it pushes fast forward on the relationship right so you're in quarantine. I hate this person or if you haven't had a lot of time together which they did not corentin could have been the best thing for their relationship because now they get to spend all all of this if they were right for each other. I don't think these two long term right for each other. But i think that quarantines should have been the best for
Chang-rae Lee on His New Novel: Its Kind of a Crazy Book.
"Chang. Rae lee joins us now. His new novel is called my year. Abroad chang thanks for being here by pebble. See you are joining us from hawaii. Which leads to an obvious question. What are you doing in hawaii. Other than carrying out. Perhaps every quarantined person. Who's not in hawaii corentin fantasy. Well there are plenty of those people here. Those ex-pats well. We try to come every year income last year because long ago i was the writer in residence at the punahou school barack obama's old school and a lot of other famous folks and we had a wonderful year friends on the faculty Miss seeing them so we do the usual things. Eat a lot of asian food like the body board. Wow yeah i think now any any or spiring authors like putting this on their list of aspirations onto like to be the writer in residence at obama's old school so my year abroad is your first novel since on such a full sea which came out in twenty fourteen. Did you start this book immediately. After on such a full sea do tend to start your novels before the new one comes out. I'm curious how you kind of work that well. I started probably about a nine months afterwards. Attended a waiting period as it were before. I start something in earnest because i don't write short fiction. Sometimes i write short on fictional Essays about me my family but but with a novel. The commitment is so great. And i know the road ahead will be difficult. So it's really hard for me to get to committing to a book. I'll sketch you know three or four different versions of a book on. Sometimes they're different books for the first six to nine months sort of a thing on doing right now and then. Finally i'll bland on one and decide yes. This is the one that i think. I can sustain that may be consistency. Well it was going to ask. What is your starting point with a new novel. But maybe i'll change to. What are your starting points like is it. The is at a premise. Or a challenge to yourself as a writer. It's actually a diverse range of things. Sometimes it's a character and right now. I'm working on like maybe three or four things. It's a premise. I like this idea about the summer camp. That went do that was for korean. Kids only green christian kids. Then sometimes it's atone a lotta times. I've i've felt as if starting a new novel. That's kind of a reaction or response to what i been doing before. And so i just wanna change of mood change of a certain kind of sound and maybe that's something that has followed me throughout my work especially at the inception stages a certain kind of sound overtakes me and either. That's personal voice for the character or the narrative voice or even just the kind of atmosphere mood of the piece of what i think the world of the novel be. And then i'll i'll just around with that for a while. I wanna talk about that certain kinds of sound and also the reaction to on such a full sea but i have to pause and ask you about that camp. What was that camp was that in the. Us it was. I grew up in in new york in the city and then in the suburbs so it was a camp that was run by an association of korean churches in the state area so for two weeks. Every summer from the time i was five years. Old to ice think was probably fourteen. Maybe thirteen fourteen. It definitely didn't go past there because they didn't want real teens at the camp because they didn't want to invite a different set of problems right because it was a church base camp so they all got together and i guess rented a camp for two weeks north of westchester. I think putnam county somewhere. I can't even remember where it was may be brewster and so for two weeks this place and it was a very low in camp. You know there. There were no jet skis or no horses. There was hardly any fields. Basically there was a volleyball net and just kind of a high grass in really spare unheated cabins with barely running water. But i tell you it was some of the best times i've ever had also has camps. Go they introduce you do all the problems of the world but on a scale that you know the kids kids can understand jealousy corruption out just all kinds of things that go on but but the funny thing about it was. It was my time for two weeks to to be with only korean kids. In american kids was out by your parents sent you like. Did they want to kind of help. You reinforce in an affirm. Your identity is a korean american. I think that was their hope and they weren't religious people so so even though there was a bible study element to the camp. That was the part that we all didn't want to Kind of slacked on but yeah. I think they were absolutely hoping that. I would connect with other kids not speak the language because we none of us really spoke korean because many of us didn't come from an ethnic enclave saying in queens or something and so as i did in westchester did not grow up with any other gets all so it was our time. We'll read about this summer camp. I hope in your next novel. Hopefully it'll be one of the threads that you're currently working on that wins out. 'cause i'm i find that fascinating but to get to the novel my year abroad. Tell us a little bit about it. And then i want to talk about in. What way is it was kind of a reaction to on such a full sea. Well it's a kind of a crazy book in particularly. I think for people who know my work. It was sort of a surprise. you know. i'm sure my editor was surprised by what she got in quite describe it the way it turned out but It's a book about twenty year old college kid who's at loose ends in every way in his life not very moored in his comfortable but drab suburban existence than he meets up with a local entrepreneur. A chinese fellow. who's not quite chinese-american. He's really just chinese but has made a big time life in the suburb in new jersey and has businesses all over the world than this young man named tiller gets taken up by him and they go travelling together and i guess they have what might fall business adventures but those adventures get quite intense. I would say
Canadian couple condemned for allegedly jumping vaccine line
"A canadian ceo and his wife or facing charter charges after they charted a plane and poses hotel workers in order to get covid vaccine. People trying to skip to the front line and going to extreme lengths. They are now facing six months in prison on charges of breaking corentin and false
Parenting in a Changing World!
"Topic is a changing world and how to parent felt like with things going more virtual. It makes it a little bit harder to manage your sanity for one and to manage aligning because you never really realized that you needed that or your kids really needed that Until you're stuck at home and it's crazy to think that school has been out for almost an entire year. Which would mark an entire year for my kids school They have not gone back to in person learning whatsoever It's just hard. It's hard and i'm grateful that i'm able to work from home so that i can be home with. Cades did try the virtual learning higher percent on my own once. I was a full time at home worker. And you know everything was going good. And then my daughter Starting not paying attention and messing with her brothers. And then i'd get texts from her brother's teachers saying that she was messing with them during class. And then My oldest son would add constantly. Get messages for him. We were literally in the principles on the phone with the principal like every other week because he has off task and he wasn't turning Assignment and i get it. it's hard. it's a huge adjustment It's just hard. Because i'm a single parent in. I'm supposed to work time in order to provide for mayfield And the teachers want me essentially sit there with three different kids at three different times and it's just unrealistic and i know i'm not bashing teachers whatsoever because i think teachers are doing an amazing job with what they are given and i think they should keep up the good work and you know this is not how they invision teaching but i think they're doing great for what they can't be doing But back to the topic. So i had my eldest Started looking up inappropriate. Things lake Sex positions which you would think being a school it would be blocked any sex related topics But in fact it wasn't and my son's spent about ten minutes on a sex position website and yeah tell me why i had to have a sex talk with my son at eight years old and aren't care who you are way too young to be having that sex talk with your kids Full blown sex talk anyways. I think like saying the proper body parts and things like that Definitely help ease into it. But you really don't expect to have the full blown talk at especially at a young age After that incident. I just had a home school and decided that youtube was banned from my house But so after homeschooling. I realized like if i'm this stressed-out with how different the world is an. I barely know how to cope with it or barely know how to navigate through it I can't imagine how many kids are feeling. I can't imagine how they view the corona virus or this this current situation that they're in because i feel like is becoming crazier and crazier in a no and this can turn political really quickly And and that's not main tension because now garlands of your political party the world is getting out of hands. It's getting out of hand with this virus and being stuck at home and mike school. Public schools are so important just solely for the fact of being able to socialize for your kids to be able to learn social skills for kids to be able to make friends outside of their siblings outside of their family outside of their cousins. They need to have their own life so that they're able to be their own human beings anything when we're all stuck in one place you definitely start picking up characteristics of stronger personalities. Your family which most the time is me And then second would probably be my daughter. But i don't have the best habits and for my kids to be around me. Twenty four seven seven days a week. It's tough because they pick up all the good habits that have and also all the terrible ones and it's more so now that we're corentin together or have virtual school or working from home and things like that because kids really do pick up every little thing we do that. We say how we act how we do something. It's it's it's really crazy. You really start to see yourself especially being only parent You really start to see yourself with in your child with a mixture of their personality and sometimes that is not a good combo But without being said. I decided that i was going to sign up for Like a sport or something along those lines. You know to to help them be social and help them. Korean learn who they are. Because it's really hard to really be yourself because if you think about it we all have personalities or personas that we put on for different aspects of life like we all have a career persona that we put on and we all have a mom or pear persona. We have a daughter saw her. We just have different designers that we take on. And you know it's really hard to sometimes be yourself. Because i can't be one hundred percent myself when i'm around my kids because sometimes i'm not appropriate in you know and it's hard to play mom twenty four seven.
David Sedaris on a Career-Spanning Collection
"David sedaris joins us now from new york to talk about his new collection. The best of me david so happy to have you back on the podcast. Oh thanks pamela. So why this book now we should say. This is a collection of of your best work. Why did you decide to do this. Are we generally. I was gonna just do an audio book. And i discussed it with maya thomas who has always been my audio book producer. Just because i get a lot of audiobooks and listened to a lot of books. If i have two choices one audio book is like four hours long and the other one is like thirty five hours long. I usually go with the thirty five hour. And i think most my books are pretty short so i thought oh water night just do whatever. I considered a best work. We'll put it together and so it'll be a longer audio book and then my publisher said. Oh why don't we make it a book ball. And i should just like that. You can caved. is your preference for thirty five hour. Long audiobooks tied to your fit bit habit. Yes it is. You know. I just looked at the count of monte cristo. Because my sister amy head read it. That's fifty four our audio walk. We're could you walk with that. I can cover a lot of ground with account of monte cristo. The last time you were on the podcast it was to talk about your collection theft by finding in which you had many encounters over the years with people on the street and what i enjoy so much in this collection the best of me are they encounters in the airplane. I'm curious now if you're if you're having like a second wave of encounters on the street because you're spending so much time walking around driven by your fit bit around new york. Oh i mean. I'm spending a lot more time on the street but i think because maybe it's because people are wearing masks. We see more disconnected from one. Another i think you know when i did travel during this time it felt so good to be back in an airport so good to be back on an airplane. I felt so at home. And i felt like i back where i you know where i needed to be and backward. I belonged and all of it. You know even the long layover and the crummy hotel. All of it i welcomed it went down for breakfast. I had to go to indiana. And i went downstairs for breakfast and i brought my computer. 'cause i was going to work while at breakfast. Thought you idiot. You can't go breakfast Tell with just your computer because there's going to be two. Tv's playing and there's gonna be music. You need your headphones to blot. All that out hired. I forgotten crazy. How much. I forgot just know the nine months that i wasn't allowed to travel. There are so many great airplane stories in this collection. So it's interesting to hear you say that you miss air travel because of your airplane stories sort of exhibit the worst of humanity and thinking. Probably the most obvious one is standing by which is just a classic. You really do still like air travel because to me it feels like you write about it. It brings out the worst in humanity. Remember when i was yelling. And i would watch like johnny carson and so of the comedians would talk about air travel and i thought gee dot they have anything else talk about. But and then as i grew older i realized. Oh that's what they spend all their time right. So that's where. I spent all my time and so that was why i had so many stories about it but i do think it brings out the course in people and also i think there's a real divide between people who travel a lot and people who don't when i went to north carolina couple months ago. I had a long layover in charlotte. And i said to hugh my boyfriend. Who's with me. Why are all these people traveling now. These people who haven't traveled in years and he said how do you know. They haven't traveled in years. I said there suitcases now like they weren't the suitcases with four wheels on them. There were the suitcases with two wheels. You know that people kind of lazily drag behind them see can trip over them right sign now of amateurs and he but because he doesn't travel that often he didn't know what i was talking about. Are there other ways in which airplane travel has changed that that will make its way into your work since corentin so many people are afraid to travel right now. I feel like bending over backwards to clean things. I mean i. It was interesting in north carolina. The governor put a mask mandate in place. Any just put it in place. And i would say maybe sixty percent of the people in the airport wore masks and the other forty war just really defiant expressions and then i traveled like a month later and then it was ninety. Nine percent of people had masks on. It
Chicago’s travel quarantine list now rates states yellow, orange or red
"Chicago Public Health Commissioner Dr Allison our body announcing today a change in the cities travel order. States will now be characterized as red, orange or yellow. Red states have the worst problem with Kovar gazes doctor already talks about Orange states If people are travelling from the Orange states, it is now required upon arrival in Chicago, either the 14 Day quarantine or a pre arrival negative test result. Both red and orange states will require a 14 Day Corentin. They're currently 43 states on the list as well as Puerto Rico.
Why the worsening pandemic overseas is a risk to Australia
"Say Norman it's really heartening to see in Ustralia that at local outbreaks are really coming down to really really levels but the case numbers each day are still high and that's partly because of returned travelers. So people who've coming back to Australia from other countries, many of which have caught lodge outbreaks of coronavirus happening there. We know that last time the big outbreak in Victoria happened from an escape from hotel quarantaine and the New South Wales Health Minister. Bread has it has indicated that he's worried about the potential for something like that to happen again what? Is that scenario and Health New South Wales also worried about the resource implications. I mean, we said before that a few weeks ago I got information from the raw prince Alfred that. Nursing shifts a week were be used at that point for Hotel Corentin, and that's before we upped the ante trying to get thirty thousand streams back before Christmas and as you say, coming from high prevalence countries. So the risk has gone up as the second wave in Europe has gone up. So the risk to us of returning Australians has gone up as well in proportion, and so we're going to see more people coming back who are positive and we want expanded facility. So. It's fantastic that we've got this facility, the heartstrings facility in the Northern Territory which apparently can be expanded, but it can take about one thousand people a foreigner right now that's not going to get you there in terms of Christmas, and getting all these people back and it requires medical resources so that people who are arriving back who might be sick, and in fact, there are people arriving back through sickness. One reason why they WANNA come back to get medical care and distributor. And that was the other implication for all prince offered is that some people were coming out of hotel quarantine to come into hospital For Surgery and other things nothing to do with covid nineteen because they were just seek and they needed help and they're entitled to it. So the question is, how do you scale and what do you do in the government? A report has a report on this and you can take a risk approach, which is that you say, well, if you coming back from Britain or Italy or France, then that's high risk and go into high risk facilities, but if you coming from China. Or Singapore assuming you're not in transit in Singapore that you've been in Singapore for a while obviously New Zealand and other countries than we maybe have a light touch you can quarantine at home we can do ankle bracelets you allow the authorities to track go track you on your phone those sorts of things that we can do but they're all got risk attached to them and we just going have to be really careful because we're all rejoicing Victoria opening up and through the Fall of nobody just the pressure of positive cases coming back we could be at significant risk of some cluster outbreaks. So we got the Howard Springs facility in the Northern Territory, which is great and elsewhere in it's mostly been done in hotels which really useful for quarantine but not purpose built for it. Do we need to be thinking more about the along the lines of the quarantine stations that we used to have a century ago? Well, yes, not can't imagine that the. Government's not thinking about that. So we have these quarantine stations the to I know best of the ones one of the Mornington peninsula in Victoria and the one on south, head, New South Wales, and they were designed for exactly this purpose in the nineteenth century and early twentieth century ships coming back from overseas, which might have had smallpox on them or infections that they didn't fully understand people went to the quarantine station and stayed there for a while until it was sorted out. They could be re purposed. They're not very big really in terms of numbers of people that you could take them. There are army camps. There are other things that you could do, but it's where you might be geographically isolated. It's hard for people to get away from them, but you look after humanely in reasonable comfort while you're quarantining in addition to using home corentin when it's much safer to do. So I think that you can look on this as a national project we want Australians to come home and we're gonna find ways of doing it.
"corentin" Discussed on Ali on the Run Show
"From there kind of realized like there is this need right. There's this kind of hunger and thirst for this information that people weren't getting and maybe there were like one off articles like mine or maybe there are articles talking about like. Oh. My goodness, you know women's team to get at Lake tear their ICL's more than men interesting. But there was nothing that kind of brought things together in a coherent way or that you know seem to thread the different issues and topics together in a coherent way So that was what I was really interested in and my past to this book deal I think is a little unusual. And I'm. You know I will say very grateful and a lot of ways because I had an agent approach me back in the fall. Who had read some of my writing and had also landed on this idea around female athletes and so we kind of talked and so I didn't have to go through this onerous process of putting together the book proposal I and sending it out to a million different agents hoping someone would be interested in working with me. So you know once my agent and I kind of talked and we you know we bounce ideas back and forth when we landed on what we wanted this book to be I then set off and started to write the proposal for this book. which kind of dragged my feet on for a long time my agent went every once you know month or two or check and be like, hey, how's it going I'm like that's interesting. Maybe, you should start working on this. So. You know in some ways Corentin was like a good thing for me because I was really forced to sit down and actually write my sample chapter actually finished putting the proposal together. We kind of Polish up the proposal in June the proposal went out at the end of June I. Mean I sold it within a week, which again is really unusual and kind of not typical at all..
Coronavirus Cases Rising in Victoria, Australia
"At the new, south Wales stats around me. July. There were fifteen eighteen fourteen coronavirus cases a day but never escalated, and there was no lockdown and life was pretty normal. Why isn't that happening now in Victoria with their current numbers? So reasons one is that you know the bottom line is that it's very hard for tour to retrofit the ideal contact tracing system and two years for New South Wales to build up the infrastructure to get there. So they've been playing catch up. The essential reason is Victoria has always had. A backlog, it's much less than it was, but you in the early days of this second wave, it was in the thousands where they didn't know where the virus was where people were getting from, and at one point, I think had four thousand people under investigation. So these are the mystery cases that they haven't been able to pin down where it's come from. Well I think depend on a lot of them but they they didn't know where it was coming. And in New South Wales, it's just a more int- faster contact tracing system where they're on top of it. You might have one or two cases at any one time where they don't come from maybe five and they get down pretty quickly. They also don't wait to tell you for the next day where it's all happening. We tell during the day so they might release their figures in the morning, but there's a case in a gym or go watch over certain restaurant or cafe they'll tell you during the day. So this is constant updating an alert system going on and they're. Just more onto it and it's always appeal art working hard and Victoria the are working hard is is just that the system works better in New South Wales and the result is and has been the result all along, which is there's less virus circulating in your New South Wales during the second wave is that part of the problem? Though is maybe Victoria of God at the beginning, and then it just got to such large numbers before they could figure out the best system. Yes but trip so they have talked about how New South Wales was lucky and it was lucky that they. Sensed, didn't have this breakdown in Authority. Get very angry at me. When I said, they're lucky because this is a lot of hard work here and so on. But in a sense, they didn't have an underground unknown spreads from Hotel Corentin which got into large social networks, and by the time they discovered it, it would have overwhelmed any contact tracing system but equally, they're contact tracing system wasn't sufficiently localized testing system. That responsive that the could get on onto its as fast as possible. So took a while I, think that Victoria really put the rest of the country on its goddess well, though that people saw what was happening there in other states and said, okay, we're going to start getting tested by going to be on the front foot with this doesn't happen here and that's the other reason what was as lucky as that they knew it was coming and so were they were on alert but. They still had a significant outbreak in south Sydney Hotel, crossroads motel, and from various restaurants and so on, and it looked very worrying at one point in New South Wales, and it was teetering on the brink of the managed to bring it back and it still is teetering on the brink by the way because New South Wales has had some cases which are surprises by again they seem to have gotten top fairly quickly with testing. It's incredibly low as they were tour around about the same time. They find it in the sewage they went in and they looked and they find some extra cases and as as we said Corona Casta as both a worry and good news is that the the diagnostic going up means that they're starting to find cases and the tasting rate went up dramatically I think it tripled over night. So we're not only answering questions from a high profile ABC colleagues Lisa's asking how is Metro Melvin going to be able to get to the fourteen day rolling average of five so that they can move into the third step of their roadmap for reopening there's no magic about this it's just continuing to. What you're doing, which is wearing masks when you're out. Keeping your social distance being really hygienic, wiping down surfaces being alert as much as possible, not having large family occasions. And hoping that the context system can actually get on top of this because cases now are down at numbers. The contact tracing system will be getting on top of it and yet it's hovered around nine ten for a few days but it will start to come down things will we'll get back but it's just going to take some time. There's a lot of virus circulating in. Victoria. So one of the things that's happening today, there's still a lot of circulating in. Victoria but kids are going back to school and marks. Emailed us about this saying is bit disappointed about it saying that kids are being said that they're less infectious but the best evidence seems to be inconclusive. What do we know about how safe it is to be sending kids back to school now it's remarkable how uncertain some of the evidence is here if you take the balance of evidence, the balance of evidences that children undertain are less susceptible to SARS covy to. and. They seemed to transmit it less. It's not as if they don't transmit it at all about that risk goes up after the age of ten considerably.
"corentin" Discussed on KGO 810
"Corentin this morning after testing positive for Kuroda virus After months of playing down the virus. By his own admission, President Trump now confronts it. He and the first lady tested positive for covert 19 joining the more than seven million cases in the United States. The White House said President Trump was doing well but did not disclose whether he was experiencing symptoms. The president's doctor said he expects him to carry out his duties without disruption. ABC Serengeti Risky and this morning concern for others who were close to the president, ABC Zelig Stone. It's unclear right now what this means for the many who have been around the president. His Secret Service detail the first lady's Secret Service agents, Air Force one and Marine one crew and staff. Media who the president's been speaking to anybody who's been in the Oval Office in the last couple of days. Just so many people and we don't know yet if anybody else in the White House has tested positive beyond the president, First lady and Hope Hicks, ABC news chief medical correspondent, Dr Jennifer Rational, We have to remember based on a study just released out of India. The chances of becoming infected after prolonged close contact ranged anywhere from just over 4% just over 10% on Dove course. You know, we know that In the past, the president has been sporadic at best, with mask wearing the news, coming just hours after the president appeared in a virtual video message for New York's annual Al Smith dinner, expressing optimism that the virus outbreak was nearing its end. I just want to say that the end of the pandemic Is in sight. A new pandemic relief bill passed by the House is a little if any chance of becoming law. House Democrats approved the $2.2 trillion measure last night. It's unlikely to be taken up by the Senate, where Republicans say it's too costly. Negotiations on a bipartisan relief bill continue California, closing in on a record four million acres burned this year by wildfires. Red flag conditions of extreme fire danger into tomorrow morning. You're listening to ABC News. Balance of nature's fruits and vegetables in a capsule changing the world. One life at a time. I've got a seven year old and I'm a 47 year old. He's just learned an escape board. I was escape border since 1980. He had been begging me all week to prove to him that I could do a kick flip because he really hasn't seen Daddy be an active guy. You know, I do all that work and when I come home, I'm exhausted. This weekend. I had the whole a whole bunch of pallets to the back of the house because I was using him for projects and self And all of a sudden I'm outside skateboarding with my son. And I'm doing kick flips and other tricks I haven't done in 20 years when I'm like this is not me. This is who I used to be. But this is me. Maybe I need to change my language. Now, you know this is me. What I have been for a while has not been the real means amazing what the body can do when it's said the right thing you know, just can heal itself..
How can we safely reopen international borders?
"So there's been a lot of talk in the last couple of days about the international border and particularly from the Prime Minister says that international rivals from safe corona virus countries could avoid Herta quarantine and instead of going into Mandatory Hotel quarantaine people from those countries could go and do it in their own home. There's been quite a few questions about this coming through it. ABC. Dot Net dot edu slash corona cast including one from Kathy who says, what does Norman think of the PM suggestion about that Safe Countries Avoiding Hotel Quarantine? So this is an a nuanced, not easy problem to deal with. So there are some countries which do have very low prevalence of the virus. There's not many of them by the way, but there are some in which case you have people quarantining at home. You probably have large numbers quarantining. Technology rights even from paces with slightly higher prevalence. You only one person to get out by the way and spread the virus and you've got a major outbreak on your hands. So there is a risk they are, but you could have ankle bracelets which people could pay for, and that would be cheaper than hotel quarantine for two weeks you could have geo location on your phone you could. Have fines for giving you a phone to somebody else. But you've got to be able to know that the police whoever's going to administer canister this at huge scale, but it's possible to do that with modern technology. So it's not a bad idea and it could loosen top and it could listen up for international students particularly if you add rapid testing to the equation, but we don't ask that. Level of imposition from the government on ankle bracelets for people who are infected domestically and I selecting at Harmon we've we've spoken about this on chronic hospital four but also kathy also makes the point that one of the countries named was Japan which had more than four hundred cases on September twenty eighth alone, and she says as a Melbourne Ian in lockdown she's furious because as as you've noted, Norman that it only. Takes one case to to start another wife Yes. So you've just got to be very, very careful and this is not something you could turn on tomorrow. This is something that's got to have an infrastructure in place to make it manageable and to be as fail safe as it possibly can be. The Abbey's reported a couple of experts saying that it actually could work one was Robert and the other was paid calling. So. Do you think it's worthwhile though like if wages taking only a few countries admittedly with low A. numbers that it would help or is it just sort of opening up this slow step towards making it back to trying to get life back to normal? One way that you could do this is open it up to lure countries, get the system, right get a working with ankle bracelets or however you're going to do it get the systems in place and do it with relatively few travelers from Lewis places while Hotel Corentin is going on in parallel you could actually compare the two and see what the rate. Of positivity is you could combine it with rapid testing before you leave when you arrive and the middle of the of the quarantine periods, you could do this at scale with international students from Laura places like China one assumes that China at the moment Israel Risco that you can't be sure. So there are ways of dealing with this, which is not. That all of a sudden on the fifteenth of October hypothetically just starting to do this you might just ease your way into it learn how to do it in a safe way, and then you could scale up quite rapidly. Having said that you got to experts saying this is a good idea not not really a problem and you go professor Rhino, McIntyre Who's been pretty accurate predictions right through this Pandemic University of new, south Wales saying well, numbers would soon overwhelm you and you be able to cope. It does seem a bit strange talking about international arrivals to Australia win still many state borders are getting better but they're still closed. I mean you couldn't come down and visit me in Tasmania at the moment. But I'd have to quarantine. You'd have to come visit me through the window. You're right. But INTERNAL BORAS WE'LL start opening up your already. See a bit of relaxation in. Western. Australia with Corentin. NEW APP which they think is going to work in terms of how are monitoring people. Technology is the answer here, which would include I think rapid testing. So moving to Victoria, the numbers have been falling in recent days the average fourteen day data graph, which we all love looking at every single day continues to fall, but it does seem like healthcare workers are still getting infected. Yes and just today the updated healthcare worker numbers, and so the last week there have been twenty four H. Care Workers Nurses one doctor one, paramedic one allied health professional infected. So they're still comprising a fairly significant percentage of the. Total cases in Victoria and shows that there are still problems there and the thing is that there are catching up with numbers. So the numbers coming through very orgy complex cases you've got healthcare workers suddenly increasing you don't win there were infected the numbers from Victoria I'm sure they are trending down, but they are not as said this again and again they're not as transparent as they luke. Okay.
"corentin" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Capacity to isolation test than isolate suspect cases of Corentin context the disease can can return to get around to it we've certainly seen a number of countries where that phenomenon this happen not necessarily at the national level but in terms of subnational level and countries have been working hard in southeast Asian on other places to identify new clusters of disease and and to break the chains of transmission so it's it's not surprising at all that any country coming out of a so called locked up can have clusters of disease reemergence of disease and clusters that's not necessarily a second wave that is just a a a a result of the many of you as journalists to last us there is a careful balance to be struck between keeping everyone at home and I'm continuing to completely suppressed transmission of code nineteen and the the toward effects of glass on the economy and society and that's not an easy balance this is a public health dilemma and it's one that has to be carefully managed and balanced by every government every minute of every day upset by rampant violations of new York's pandemic fighting restrictions governor Andrew Cuomo's threatening to reinstate closings in areas where governments fail to enforce the rules Manhattan and Long Island's Tony Hampton singled out Sunday as problem areas by Cuomo who cited twenty five thousand complaints state wide of a re opening violations now we're getting reports from all across the state that there are large gatherings social distancing is being violated people not wearing masks we have gotten twenty five thousand complaints to the state of businesses that are in violation of the re opening twenty twenty five thousand complaints we never received more complaints in a shorter period of time twenty five thousand just think about that for so long being about the twenty five thousand is the volume but.
"corentin" Discussed on Stuff Mom Never Told You
"And went back thank you sponsor and we're back with just a little wrap up because we've covered a lot of ground. There's a lot of wisdom nuggets here. There are one of the big takeaways for me is I often feel like I should have things figured out by now because I am an adult woman. I don't some things I do but I still feel like I'm going through all of the self discovery. Sometimes it shocks even me how much I'm learning about myself still and learning who you are truly and what you want truly other people think you are and what they want from you and being able to separate those things out peeling these expectations and then deciding what expectations you want for yourself. And not what other people want to put on you and it's hard. It's hard still hard and I'm working through all kinds of these things like eating disorder sacrificing my happiness for others and trying to trying to trust myself to know what is it that makes me happy and figuring that out trusting myself. General and then. Yeah that extreme guilt for just existing and working through that and it is something that is working. I am doing it I will say and I do want to come back and discuss this in a mini or something but I have found it interesting in times of Corentin to see what habits that you were apparently doing for other people and which ones you're doing for you as in. What did you drop immediately when you are? Maybe not immediately over time when you knew. Okay well I'm not around people so I can get rid of this thing which seems to indicate. There's some part of you was just doing that for other people. Yeah Yeah And then I often. I've really struggled with my worldview and explaining it in a way that doesn't freak people out and I it's one of the reasons I connected so much with this book. Is She talks about it. And it's this feeling I feel things so much. I feel things so powerfully and I feel like the world and life is both horrendous ambulance and it's an incredibly painful it's incredibly joyous and those things all exist but I've I've had friends and explain this to them. They're like you see. I don't understand how that is a good thing. This not necessarily that. It's a good thing but you have to embrace things or at least recognize. It's not going to be all happy all the time. And if you think that's what it's GonNa be. You're in for a down right. It's going to really suffer you when something really terrible happens then it can. Yeah I think that's kind of the world that I lived in. I was really jarred I grew up thinking that my life was a fairy tale and that that I was supposed to let go of any of my past Trauma and that means that with the fairytale supposed to be nicely concluded and everybody is just happy instead of seeing the damages that roll around in your bag of body But yeah I also did appreciate the photo said connected on several different levels and she does talk about being so empathize that it shuts her down for days. I've done that as well. Because she's such a positive spin on it. I'd love her relationship. She talks about love our relationship with her ex husband as bad as it could have gone but then as a family unit was beautiful are talking about. The new girlfriend was so relatable so flipping relatable in every way when it comes to who you think you are and you think you're okay. You think you fix yourself and then you're like Oh my God..
"corentin" Discussed on RISE Podcast
"And son. You can't stop doing your schoolwork just because we're in quarantine find a way and if you want the perks that come with being a teenager whatever that looks like in your house then. This is what's required to get it done. One of the things I've seen questions about. Is this idea of having a hard time with mindset in quarantine because you keep wondering when you keep wondering when is it going to be over right you keep saying like Win Win Win Win Win Win? That you've ever w word right now like razor hand. Give me an Emoji if that's something. You're struggling with it makes viral to think about win win. We are focused on win. What we're really asking is not win as Corentin teen over what we're really asking is. When do I get my life back? When does it go back to normal? When will I be more comfortable than I am right now? And what sucks? But I have to tell you this is that you don't you. Don't get your life back whether you are dealing with trauma whether you've walked through a divorce whether you've lost someone that you love whether you're go into a global pandemic you. I'm sorry I don't mean to say this in a harsh way but you will never have the life that you had before we went into quarantine. You can't go back to the person that you were. You can't go back to the way that it was because it won't ever be the same if right now. They told us that we could go out in the world. You guys. It wouldn't be the same experience. We're scared now. We're nervous some of you. Lost Your businesses. Some of you have lost your job. Some you have lost family members and loved ones. You will never go back.
"corentin" Discussed on Radio Diaries
"So I started feeling better and I remember you saying you can't go back to what it was like before because you felt me kind of pushing to try to get us back to whatever are playing house was like before. I got sick pretty upset when I said that can't go back to that. You know it's like they get an so hard for me to hear because before was amazing. Feel this point for me. It's like a lot of it's returned. It has different flavor now. You know it's almost like a maturity to it because we face this like it's been what seven weeks of living together? That's it great. Feels like a lifetime was like years. But we've never gone out to dinner together to though absurd okay. Maybe we should have talk. We should sit down and have a talk about this. You know what are we doing? I found myself like in moments of frail. What would happen at the end of Corentin? Not wanting it to end you know and just I've been curious about if you have any thoughts around this cocoon of time is felt like such a also feels like living in a fairytale still paying on apartment and still have a lot of things. There that at some point are going to matter to me. I guess I have An inner timekeeper. Who is very loud so I want to move on quickly to the next thing I have that New York City pays part of the pandemic has been there like. We have no idea what's happening in the future. We never actually knew but now we really don't know and so you've kind of asked me like how do I want to integrate you into my life and I haven't known how to answer that question yet? I don't know what life looks like post quarantine and what life might look like with you. But yeah if this goes on indefinitely or there's no like clear and to quarantine than we're just have to decide what we're doing. Just win one day. You're going to be like okay. I'm going home and I'll be like okay. Bye and I mean I don't know that could be the end of it. That may be outside of the contracts of this. This bubble that we've been in it wouldn't work you know. It's not something I've wine. I think that's possible. I definitely feels like a big deal and I think about popping. The bubble created a half year around walking out that door..
"corentin" Discussed on Living a Relational Life
"Control. So I would ask myself these questions and I would I would either journal I would sometimes I would take a walk and Record my answers in my voice memo APP. because I just wanted to be able to get out like all the thoughts that were circulating in my head I wanted them out. I wanted them. No longer taking up space in my head in my thoughts and in my heart I wanted everything to be out. And all of these questions they were the best way I could think of that provided me with the ability to let a hard stuff just settle for a minute. I had to name the emotions the feelings in order to shrink them down to their actual size. They weren't welcome to stay in their magnified state in my head. It was it's like. Have you ever seen those cartoons where? There's a drawing of a magnifying glass and it's in front of a an aunt and it's making the ant look way bigger than it actually is. That's how I feel with my emotions sometimes especially when they're stuck inside my head, they don't need to be. As huge dominating in that moment as they are most of the time. So I have to get them out in order to shrink them down to their actual size and make them feel at least manageable. I had to establish a way to be accountable to myself and in my quiet time in the morning when I would agree my Bible and talked to God. I was handling my emotions and balancing it all with the truth of who got is and who I know he created me to be. So when I woke up one day feeling more sad than usual. The sadness definitely stood out to me. And I'm not. GonNa lie. My first thought was a great I knew sadness would come back eventually. It was like a countdown started immediately in my head and it was blinking screaming. Okay. How long until you cry again. I couldn't really put my finger on why I felt this way because it seemingly came out of nowhere. Like I just woke up this one Sunday. And the first thing that I took stock of was I. Feel sad today. There was no trigger nothing had happened. The previous day I hadn't read or watched anything to make me sad I didn't have any bad dreams. There was really no reason and I couldn't even blame corentin seemed because at that point quarantine was. Like, a month and a half in already like Corentin wasn't necessarily a new thing anymore, it was something I'd adapted to at accepted I. Knew it wasn't GonNa last forever. So I just came to grips with it like settled into my new normal I I would leave the house when I needed things in I would stay home as much as possible. I, would exercise. I would get stuff done and. That was my new normal so it didn't even seem like that. Huge traumatizing event of being quarantined. was causing my sadness. Yet there was. As the week went on, I talked to a couple people who said they felt. The same way. So I sat back and I thought about it. What was going on in my life at that time? And I believe that when we're in such a hyper aware and hypersensitive moment in history. Because everything is hyper uncertain. That's probably not a word, but you get what I'm trying to say. Any shift. Even the smallest. Would make me think the next intense transition stage was coming. So. Let me say that again when we're hyper aware. And hypersensitive to. Everything any slight change? Even the smallest change Would make any of us think that the next intense stage was going to come and what I mean by that is quarantine is not supposed to last forever we were given temporary work from home orders. Some people have gone back to work already some people haven't. There's a lot of stuff still. Up in the air right now. But we were still given the reality of quarantine is not going to last forever where we don't have the ability to survive forever in quarantine people need to work people need to survive people need to eat like there's a lot of stuff writing on quarantine being. Completely temporary. So let's be honest for a second. When? The world was told to stay at home. We all knew it wouldn't be forever. Eventually everything would ease in life would be back to normal. After the first week of quarantine when emotions were still super high end crying was happening every single day I started thinking. There's no way. Things will go back to normal after this, it has to be. A new normal. Remember sixteen year old me who just experienced her first break up. She had to learn to settle into the normal. She can go talk to this person who was once her best friend because that person was no longer holding that position. She can spend time with them. She had to realize they couldn't really occupy the same area at the same time anymore. Did it hurt at first yet one hundred percent. Was it awkward and uncomfortable. Every time I saw them. Was it. Sad. Did it make me angry? But eventually new normal was established in those wounds healed. It needed time. That's where my sadness was coming from on this particular day. Not The break-up from ten years ago but just the whole concept, the new normal I adjust found while working from home in reestablishing connections with some friends and strengthening others. And spending all my time with my dog and having time to work out getting the hang of my I s and working on living a relational life. It was all going to come to a screeching halt soon? I had become really comfortable with my new normal because I had to. There was no other option. To Change, it would transition to a new normal..
"corentin" Discussed on 4 Things with Amy Brown
"Give you a really nice glow and fresh new skin. Which yes has some youthfulness to it but I was thinking about. I love what you have so many thoughts and then I don't know why I can't wrangle them. In sometimes now gonNA be mad at myself that I don't know exactly. I felt like I wanted to touch on this six months younger thing. Oh bins peel. Let me finish the story. I'm going to be done. So bins peel was one million times worse than what I just did but I was begging him to let me do it a couple of weeks ago and then we cited probably on a smart idea. Because that's a prescription from a doctor and I shouldn't do that to myself but there's no way I would have survived it anyways. I mean I guess if I knew I legitimate skin cancer and I had to get rid of it then yes I could survive it but I was kind of a baby with this five day. Peel so just props to my husband for going through the two weeks of H. E. You know what? Double harvests even know. It was a thing like I wouldn't have thought that was a healthy thing to do. Peel off layers of your skin. See healthy depends on who you ask because work because some people might be like whatever chemicals just apply to your face probably not that healthy but Other people might say whatever. Those chemicals aren't doing anything you're fine. It actually is good to to get rid of those damage. Skin cells and resurfaced. Some things a little bit and I am not an expert here people. I'm just passing along. Do what I did. And the natural beauty girl is who you can follow for that so I will leave it there and you should go to her page and you can. Dm With her about it. She's normally pretty good about answering people's questions so chase. You just lost me on computer because my computer went away. If you're wondering what happened. We'll just wrap there because it's already at thirty minutes and I thought today's episode. Be About fifteen but you never know some days. I'm just more talkative than others. You never know Corentin time perfect. Well actually it's over schedule. According to my husband's schedule we should have been done fifteen minutes ago so I wrap it up so that I'm on schedule and I hope everyone's having a great Tuesday. If you're listening to this today it came out or just a great week whenever you are listening to this and we'll talk to y'all again don't forget. A New Outweigh. The last outweigh episode. For on Saturday. We have a new four things. Podcast that will load up on Thursday and then if you are looking for a mother's Day gift for your mom we the Cutoff. Day is going to be soon for the customized for things totes. The Discount Code. We don't have that anymore. But you can still place in order for tote if you want to but I am telling you the cut offer that is going to be very soon because there's we just don't WanNa promise people that they'll get in time for mother's Day given the printing situation with some shops and also mail like mail these days you just can't guarantee what used to It may arrive in time. Which is the goal. But if it doesn't we're trying to give ourselves a little padding to make sure that you still get it in time for Mother's Day all right okay chase. Thank you so much and chase. We'll we'll talk later caught.
"corentin" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"During this hectic Corentin this includes FDA approved items and doctor prescribed products along with medical marijuana pipes and it's important to point out that in the state of Illinois they have legal weed so they were not making you go into the store they stayed open and offered curbside to go carry out service like an applebees kind of like an applebees absolutely sadly the governor of Illinois said that the things that they were offering we're not essential hole and they close them down and what's sad is it sounds like they're not going to re open now yeah it makes me yearn for the days of the old southern nights adult video store there on thirty eighth street at all without the disapproving look from the security guard I love this just pull up your hands you your rental tip your hat drive right off Mr Mr thank you like when they had the burlesque house in the Simpson thing ramp all walks will put his hand on the right right back up walk right back out the door however you'll get with this helicopter comes in Brazil are blowing sand beach goers to make them go home he attic I'm okay with this because I would totally be one of these helicopter pilots so in Brazil they told all the beach goers like everywhere else stay off the beaches stay indoors social distancing well Donna Brazile they didn't give a damn they're out there in the beach it's a nude beach people are running around naked so the police officers and helicopters they decided to kind of buzz the tower so to speak to use a Top Gun turned and it kicked up all the sand and they blew it off the beach goers and many of them go home it sounds mean but I would totally be one of those police officers I would totally do that and before you think I'm a horrible person if you don't already remind you that these orders of staying off the beaches are in place because of morons that went down to spring break like we've had here in the United States remember when CBS did that report on spring breakers I think they're going a way out of proportion either way we.
"corentin" Discussed on Movin 92.5
"From admins today hello him hello Kennedy picked up a new hobbies during this Corentin time Olympic team we have what's your specialty are but out of breath hello my yeah I wish I could see right now yeah yeah it does look like an idiot but I don't think that I ask this question and so it is we're going to send a break out of the studio over doing that can you know the game is played you have thirty seconds to answer as many questions as possible if you don't no one just say pass and you have to be broke out right to win okay are you ready I'm ready all right your time starts now today Nancy Pelosi celebrates a landmark birthday how old is she six six what fruit was named because they grow in bunches and look like big yellow grapes but in the world of mythology a Griffin is half eagle and half what what does the statue of liberty wear on her feet but first how many judges does the Supreme Court have three what river separates Texas Mexico Colorado River all right got those answers in the spring brook back into the studio and Kim it says here that you work as a para educator I do so you can educate parents ABC's yet or how far we into the education yeah when is Polly want a cracker come in all right gosh why work with kindergarteners so pretty much wow everything to know parents could make it to kindergarten that's cool scholars masters degree paired parents are probably smarter than the people working in the studio Hey speak for yourself let's find out for sure Brooke are you ready for your questions yes all right your time starts now today Nancy Pelosi celebrates a landmark birthday how old is she seventy four what fruit was named because they grow in bunches and look like big yellow grapes the networks in the world of mythology a Griffin is half eagle and half what humans what does the statue of liberty wear on her feet sandals how many judges does the Supreme Court house my god eight what river separates Texas and Mexico well round all right we got those in let's when can we go to the scoreboard with Jose Analogic Bologna yeah you've got a lot of questions into your pacing was well done but you've got zero.
"corentin" Discussed on KTRH
"Cruz has self Corentin himself after coming in contact with somebody who had tested positive for coronavirus process the interaction with the person was at C. pack in Washington DC and consisted of a brief conversation and handshake adding I'm not experiencing any symptoms and I feel fine and healthy he consulted with medical professionals and it was determined the odds of transmission from the other individual to crews were extremely low but crews says he decided to remain home in Texas this week until a full fourteen days have passed out of an abundance of caution Jane Fergus fox news the fast moving viruses has killed at least twenty one people here in the U. S. to end that has affected more than thirty states meanwhile Rice University canceling all classes this week due to a coronavirus concerns according to a statement from rice officials they're acting out of an abundance of caution and want to allow faculty and staff time to prepare for the possibility of remote instruction this semester in person classroom instruction and undergrad teaching labs for the week of March ninth are canceled during the next week faculty can provide material that can be completed remotely and does not require group interaction plans for one of the biggest annual events of the year here in Texas is gone south south by southwest will not happen this year in Austin panic is going will weaken us this is not a panic based decision this is a decision based on X. spurt medical opinion after a Travis county judge Serra and cards as the music medical and technology festival was called off due to the fears of corona virus spreading she says it makes sense to keep person to person transmission of the virus from happening especially because this event brings in people from all over the world okay the originals time is at ten OO three Blue Cross blue shield of Texas paying a fine and issuing refunds over billing mistakes the Texas department of insurance says the agreement involves incorrect information on bill balances for out of network emergency care and processing delays they were also marketing errors for people who signed up for a blue advantage plus plan in twenty eighteen to twenty nineteen Blue Cross will send refunds to current or former members with out of network emergency services from August first of twenty seventeen to December thirty first of twenty nineteen well Joe Biden picks up another endorsement from a former rivals senator come up Kamilla Harris in a Twitter video backing the former V. P. here I am supporting Joe because.
"corentin" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Taxes show and I'm talking to John's mirror, heavy stuff, John. You are talking about this huge culture clash. That happens to places like queens where we grew up. And that's now happening all over western Europe. Tons, and tons of Muslims are immigrating. They are not being assimilated. This is the key. They're assimilating us. That's the key. So this is a clear writing vanish Kista doors. They're arriving like the like the pilgrims and the Puritans doing in New England and the settlers in South Carolina. They are coming to colonize, convert and control. Okay. Now, this is the thing that we this is why I guess I do the show because I want to explain, you know, when we say, we're nation of immigrants. We welcome immigrants. We have to be clear. What that means? Your parents are immigrants. I'm an immigrant. My parents are immigrants. What? We mean is in a country like this, just like in ancient Israel. They welcomed the alien why because they said, if we can afford to, to bring you in. We want to bring you in, but there is no question that you will abide by our laws. You will worship our gods. Whatever if you don't want to that's fine. You just can't come in. Right. It's very basic. If you love freedom, and you, you love the American ideals, and the ideals of the founders, if you've you love that we have historically taken in as many immigrants, including our forebears as possible, because we, we are happy to do that. But if they don't assimilate and destroys everything for everybody, and, you know, when Catholics like my ancestors were coming into America. Nerine Protestants were understandably worried about people coming in who might not believe in religious freedom because the Vatican that. Did not believe in religious freedom in fits, very important inquisition. Corentin cuisine was operating in Cuba into the nineteenth century. Okay. They were arresting and imprisoning heretic sharia law. And, and again, this is a teaching point. Forgive me for talking so much folks, but I wanna to make this point clear that in America, once you aggregate religious liberty. It's the end of America. Right. So when somebody comes in, if is a sharia loving Muslim, or a Vatican loving Catholic who insists that we don't believe in legislation. Everybody should become Catholic. Those ideas undermine American liberty for all. So you're saying that, that was the case that was the case among Catholics coming in, except that American bishops endorsed religious freedom. They all said, we, we don't agree with the Vatican. We endorse religious freedom. We have no intention of using any kind of coercion. All we. Want is freedom and Mary, my ancestors, and yours had to sign a neck had a swear naturalization oath where we were nounce allegiance to foreign princes. That was specifically written with the pope in mind that you do not have political allegiance to the pope, you support religious freedom. You are not trying to impose Catholic sharia in the nineteenth century or Muslim Sherry in the issue or not a Trojan horse coming in with a big smile. And then undermining and destroying the culture you have entered. Now, the fact is that the west has lost its backbone lost cultural confidence, and today in places like Canada in places like western Europe in places like England. They do not have the guts to say to the Muslims who have come in, in this country. We. Allow people to have pets. We allow people to have dogs if you don't like it, you don't have to like it. But you don't have any right to change that in Britain, you have Islam ass- clerics, living on public assistance for supporting their four wives and twenty children pre getting up in Moscow, demanding sharia law, imposed in Britain, and they're living off the dole. But what's funny, John is if you think about it, you can't really. I mean this is a big point. You cannot blame them. You have to blame the Brits, who allow them to do that. In other words, they really believe ardently in what they're saying in what they're doing. They think this is good. And this is right. And true. But the point is the Brits are allowing them to do this. They shouldn't be in on British soil. It should never they shouldn't goal. They should not be allowed to promote this kind of stuff. They should not be, but. They have welcome them in and now what you just said. They are literally kicking blind people off of bustle. It's worse than that, Eric. Tommy Robinson is a is a populist conservative British candidate. He's, he's running for the European parliament. He tried. He along with Nigel Farrah, Faraj is it and other candidate conservative candidates have been getting milkshakes dumped on by liberals on TV to humiliate them. And the media are treating it like oh, it's a great Big Joe Burger King in, in Scott. That's in. Scotland tweeted out something saying, dear people of Scotland, we're selling milkshakes. All weekend. Have fun love. BK burger. I will never patronize Burger King again. I gotta tell you something that right there. When a company like Burger King. Look, we've seen it, apple Amazon, all of these companies often take leftist. Yeah. -sition and it's our obligation to do what we can when we can now. No, it's tough. Maybe not to shop on Amazon. But I gotta tell you when Burger King does something like that you need to send a message, not just to them. But to McDonald's, right? If you want my six dollars, you do not that is not okay. Wendy's. Instead, the head of Wendy's pro-life, and he has. He's funds adoption program. What we're going to be right back talking about Wendy's on the Metaxas.
"corentin" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Corentin because of a measles case on board departs Saint Lucia a doctor on the ship is asking for one hundred doses of vaccine about three hundred passengers and crew members on board the free winds have not been able to depart since officials discovered a female crew member had the contagious disease. The ship is owned by the church of Scientology WSB News time, six eighteen next. Traffic update includes I eighty five delays unless the two minutes. WSB meteorologist Kirk Mellish and has dependable five day forecast. Sponsored by Breda pest management. They handle bugs and critters before today. The chance of rain starts by nine AM goes up after one pm down after eight pm for tomorrow. A chance of rain after ten AM higher after one pm highest after eight pm and then on Sunday the chance goes away after two pm rainfall amounts a quarter to half an inch on average an isolated severe thunderstorm possible tomorrow afternoon or evening for today around seven on the train Mellish meter, highs Eighty-three eighty-five lows tonight, sixty three to sixty six tomorrow's high around eighty two low sixty five Sunday, decreasing clouds in the afternoon and evening. A high near eighty lows fifty five to fifty eight my exclusive five-day forecast Monday and Tuesday sunshine, Monday mix of clouds and sun Tuesday, Monday, eighty four Tuesday, eighty six lows fifty eight to sixty. Four recapping the forecast for today. Increasing clouds a forty percent chance of a thunder shower mainly afternoon early evening. Highs around eighty four yesterday was eighty three right now sixty eight on Peachtree street. I'm meteorologist Kirk Mellish WSB. Back to the morning drive now and in the w be sky-copter Mark McKay. County. As you leave Bill the crowd. Wesley. Northwestern suburbs. The right lights have arrived in from Lawrenceville, folks. Eighty five south sluggish out the three sixteen down to Indian trail three sixty westbound slows approaching SugarLoaf Parkway. Ashley Frasca, four hundred. Jam Cam at Holcomb bridge, still an increase in volume at arousal, but about nine minutes from that point down to two hundred five in sandy springs. Woodstock furniture, and mattress outlet. Stop by one of their seven convenient locations today to experience the Woodstock difference. Visit would suck outlet dot com. For a location near you triple team traffic. Later. This morning is a Colorado research firm, the Langston company. That's ranking.
"corentin" Discussed on Giant Bombcast
"And sublime each of the characters has such a clear perspective and a clear voice in the game. That I think is just really well done played quarantine this. Okay, subsurface. This is. Oh, sorry. This should be Corentin circular not subsurface circular. So you don't have to play subsurface to play. Okay. But is it in the same world? May loosely. Okay. A direct tie in one is like you're in a subway system full of bunch of robots who work for humans, and you are awesome robot. And this is like very human things. They're both sort of like nearish far future kind of stuff series. I like more and more just regret having gotten into. It's really good on the games aren't super long. I think they both have really solid stories. I think this one does even better job than the last one at sort of having these impactful choices and each change of perspective really feels Wadey, and it feels like your role playing as characters as with their voice, which is pretty great. I don't think it's going to have support for anyone else on here, which I get I really love this game a lot. I really love the story. I wish I could do it Justice here. I don't think I'm going to be able to. But I think it's a really good game. Corentin circular not such a circular services. Also, pretty it's also great, Phil. Yeah. Yeah. I really like that game. I think it's good. I think the story is really great. I think that the characters especially shine in and the choices they have to make those. I think Donut county is a better on samba cast than it is a story. The characters I like the interactions. I think the story itself is a charming little gentrification metaphor that is good enough enjoyable enough. But it was not necessarily one of my top stories of the year. It's I like it a lot. I I have a hard time imagining being top three totally. Characters are very away that have ruined. Yeah. Yeah. Actually, hold out the gentrification stuff as that story. Kind of twist. Oh, okay. I think that's us. Well, done back back when I thought we would still have a new category this year. Like, it was the first character. I was like well this character. Hey, sometimes assholes are really well done. I figure. L? He did not. He just wanted to throw. He wraps up. He makes good. But. Yeah. Had goodness inside of him. Well, like is this category over din and red dead that we're being on like Florence is like kind of like I feel like Florence got what it's going to get out of best moment. That's really the thing. They're right. Florence is not going to be a blockbuster hit movie plot. But it works in its subtlety and relate ability it, I do think it would have a hard time standing up in some of these more fleshed out stories because that's just not its strength. And why it's so great..
"corentin" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show
"Do. Here's vanilla ice right here. Someone sick on the plane. People got ill. It must be pretty serious. There's a lot of people. News stations. Much ambulances stop Corentin and listen. Geno penalizes is doctor. I love you. Alex. Go have a great day to. Okay. Okay. He didn't say, love you to. That's not nice. That's okay. I know he does not one of those. Why didn't you say you? Love me. It's nice though. Somebody says, I love you. It's nice to say, I love you to back. I know he does. I'm not gonna get it. Do you know he does? I'm just saying it's just not nice. He should have said, I love you. I don't think that happens with my phone calls of my husband either every time once said that the other one doesn't always say it. What if you said, I love you and he says me to then I'll say what you love you too. It's okay. I know this love their. No, I'm too needy. I need to hear. There's love there. I'm just saying it's not nice. Somebody says to you. I love you. It's nice to say, I love you too. What if they say you don't love them? I guess I shouldn't say my favorite will get into a fight is I really love you. I don't like you. But I love you. Which is kind of fun to around. Right? So no scary. Do you ever say? I love you know? Because love is understood. I'm with you. Elvis, one hundred percent. This love is by tell somebody your action. You never tell Robin, you lover. I don't say to any other parents. My family. Okay. Still, I will tell you this. I'm not going. I'm not going to speak for Robyn, but I will speak for me and maybe a few people listening. It is good to hear it from time. I think the argument of, well, I just don't say to anyone, I, that's your side, but you also have to keep in mind in a relationship at has to do with them, and they're not as well just saying, I'm not saying you have to go do it. I'm just saying it is nice to hear it is so maybe use it sparingly. Yeah, if there's a moment when you're hanging out with so many love and you look in the eye ago, really loved them, maybe I should tell them, you look, I love you. Right? And they'll look at you like what you do just say, no, don't say very often, but unil-. I love you, right. That would go so far. With that scale overused term in General, Terry, sparing text me a lot of people say, I love you and they shouldn't be saying, don't don't waste not being bad word. That's what my husband says. Obscuring bag. European, just throw it around. I learned from Europeans. We have to stop saying how you doing. We have to stop saying a love you when we don't mean it, we have to stop, hey, we've stopped saying, hey, let's get together when we don't have the calendar out, ready to make a date. Let's get into your field goods. I love you producer Sam. I do love you in God's way. It's in your actions. Okay. Today feel good was brought to us by Sharon Harleys who wanted to introduce us to young girl named Ella from Ohio. She founded a company called helped me color a rainbow. So two years ago, Ella has some serious medical concerns and was taken to a children's hospital. And while she was there, she told her mother, she really liked to color rainbow. Unfortunately, there weren't enough crayons for a lot of children to us at once and the ones they did have a really worn down. This was super disappointing to Ella because she wasn't even able to leave her room due to her treatment. She told her mother, she wished every child could have their own box of crayons, which is exactly how she found. It helped me color a rainbow. So actively began to seek out donations and in October of two thousand sixteen, she was able to deliver over thirteen thousand donated boxes of crayons to a few hospitals in Ohio this she's still going strong. She's doing much better health health wise since those days, and.
"corentin" Discussed on SOFREP Radio
"To what i mean i'm just kind of curious to hear you know big picture what your thoughts are on what they hope to accomplish so here's here's the evolution of of of kamaz is battled doctor because they know that militarily there inferior they know that their advantages that they can ways a symmetric warfare in get away with it so the first incarnation was rocket attacks and that began almost immediately after they took power they began launching rockets thousand six that was right and those rockets than the beginning were were very primitive they were called qassam rockets they were homemade and then they started getting precision rocketry from iran and we care ben had to impose a naval corentin to prevent those weapons coming in just exactly the same kind of naval quarantined that the united states imposed cuba for the exact same reason because they failed fair missiles going from cuba to the united states the difference was not one missile is over fired against the united states we've had i think about twelve thousand rocket attacks against israel so in response to the rocket attacks we developed iron dome and iron dome andy missile system that works short range we have three tiered missile system it's it's made up of iron dome then in intermediate rocket interceptor called david sling and then the aero missile for long range intercontinental ballistic missiles so we have a three layer defense program that's almost totally implemented now iron domes been there since i think two thousand and.