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Ryan Seacrest Checks In With Jared Goffs Roomie Patrick During Quarantine
"All right. You know. The football season has begun. And we want to talk with our Rams quarterback. Jared Goff but he is busy. So we figured we talked to his roommate. Who's wearing his Jag cap right now looking pretty cool coming to us live from the. Patrick. Jared. Where they live together and they've been together for months and months of Corentin Patrick who also works in the Sales Department of Iheartradio Good Morning how you been Patrick I've been well and this you guys. been working from home for the company Yeah, I've been home since. March thirteen whenever we all left the office then president and how has it been quarantining with Jared Goff? It's been good It's definitely been a long time each. Stage has been a little bit different but we made the most of it. Yeah and when you say the most of it, what did you do to kill time? I'd say like a beginning we're doing like we leave the house this puzzle anything we can find around like or games VR anything we hanafin. To. Do. You play muscles. Puzzles I'd so cute. Dalmatian. Dog Puzzles or. One woman wants a dog. One of them was like a city like skyline talk. About everything now. They have like mini golf in the backyard to do. We have many like whole par-three Kinda hold. That's like downhills on hard knocks. Pretty so that kept US occupied hard knocks. Got Into I didn't realize they add new episodes every week I watched like in a row and say, oh, that's it. And this this year was a little bit different because there was no preseason game. So they didn't get into a lot of that stuff, but I thought was pretty good. So Patrick Conroy, Giorgos roommate, how is our quarterback feeling about? No rehearsals before the great on they did some scrimmages within within their team at so stadium which looks amazing by the way I don't know if you guys gotta channel my Gosh I can't believe we can't go to it. You know. That's painful. But it's still it's still going to be a great season without fans will still good on TV that's for sure and Patrick I understand jared Goff's on a new diet. Yes he started a new diet just kind of. Get himself feeling better looking better So I think that this should be good for the coming season on my refrigerator I put my inspiration and I've got pictures of David Beckham and I've got others up there. You know my fashion inspiration, my physique inspiration on ever get there but I liked the visual does he have a on your refrigerator? Does he have Tom Brady or somebody up on the? Pretty clean on the outside. But? No I think definitely what what he's done with his body has been great and off season. So be ready to go nobody would know it better than his roommate. What has he done with his body and it's off season. Now, here's here's. Like that? No no no. No you don't explain yourself. You do look cooler since you've been spending more time at home. Doesn't he? He's got an a Totally. Swag. In out right. Swag too when you knew us, what are those footballs in the background those footballs yeah. Those rolled his This is like their the office in his name balls from his office. Are you in his career? Where are you? This is the office we all like switch off doing zoom calls. Oh, you. Throughout here I got tour. Drawers in the bedside tapers yeah. Yeah. Laptop takes around the house we got. We got some serious. This is what's great about jared and his roommate Patrick. They're doing good things for people and I was reading here jared recently donated a million backpacks to the Inglewood School district and in March donated two, hundred, fifty, thousand dollars to the Regional Food Bank dealt families deal with the pandemic. Yes. So he's he's done a lot of that stuff. You also relaunched brand which last year on my brought in a couple of teachers but it was just the logo before, and now he got the team that kind of made a couple more clothing options for everybody more like a rather than just a logo So he's donating all his arrays, all the procedure going to the Unified Inglewood unified, school district that has of the brand merch items. Yeah that's awesome. Senior. J. G. for Jared Goff but then it looks like the number. Sixteen. Doesn't have like. A little bit of colored as to differentiate the sixteen or JD in the sixteen. But this is just a black and white or Bra I I will contribute to the costs I would love I'm going to buy one of those hats I like that. Yeah. That's really great. We'll Patrick thank you so much for coming on. Glad that you n our quarterback at the Rams Jared Golf doing well together, and I don't know when we'll see in person but we'll definitely talk this season Bre Housi- film about playing with. No fans. I think it's an he's in different I mean obviously it's not going to be the same vibe in the stadium, but you still gotta handle the business on field so whether our fans are not, it's kind of the same mentality.
COVID-19 testing and contact tracing key for safely reopening schools, two new studies suggest
"Some classrooms begin to open the US Dr Anthony Fauci said today that schools should proceed with caution and make safety a priority down. She also said that students need the psychological nutritional benefits and pretending in person classes although acknowledges that parents have to quote. Dramatically modified their work schedule this as we touched on earlier, two new studies suggesting scaled up testing and contact tracing of those who test positive being key factors in any school reopening. To professionals who are facing these issues in different dates. Becky stone is the director of Alcoa City schools in Tennessee and Brian Woods Superintendent of the northside independent school district in San Antonio Texas, appreciate both of you for for being here tonight Becky the for the first day back to school in your area. Tennessee was July twenty second week and a half ago you. I know you've had four confirmed coronavirus cases. You expect so many. So soon and and how you responded that how does that change thing? Is. When we decided that we were going to open wing knew that we would have cases We unfortunately didn't go into it thinking that. No one was going to get sick because lots goes on those folks are going to get sick if they're in school or not but the first one we had was Just right. After we opened school and we met together and as attain. We did our contact tracing and because I felt like we had some really good protocols in place we really didn't the exposure was very limited and the second time it happened was last week and again I feel like because of the protocols we have in place in the safeguards there was very little exposure Interesting that that you're doing your own contact trae saying as a school That's a that's obviously a smart thing to do given the problems we're seeing with contract tracing on kind of you know on the large scale. Bryan Texas you're facing a different timelines. Schools haven't opened yet in your district, but once they do they'll be required to have full person learning after the first eight weeks. I correct me if I'm wrong on that do you think that timeline will allow you to keep your students and teachers say It's a good question and it's one that I hope we don't have to contemplate obviously our preferences not to have a a set timeline but rather to allow a local school leaders in elected boards of trustees to make decisions about what safe for their students in their staff. So a it is concerning to us that we have kind of an arbitrary time line of eight weeks, and then whoever wants to be back in the building. Ganvie. Becky I. Knew Your district did stagger started with students coming in for in person classes I think only one day week, which means I, think he'd only have a twenty percent occupancy at any given time. How is that working out? What are the difficulties? That you're finding just for other educators who are out there. That's true. We have about we're a small district. We only have about twenty, two, hundred students system wide good part. We're all on one campus with four schools on one campus we did decide. For. An option our our students could also choose to do all online and to do virtual learning. So when we say we brought in twenty percent, it's a little bit less than that because of those virtual learning students who are already online, but we did we stagger. So students are in school one day a week, and then they do digital learning the next four days until they come back to their in person day and it's worked out very well for US I can say. Got Of great feedback from parents teachers from other from administrators It does create some difficulty and you touched on that a second ago parents. It creates a difficulty for parents and I understand that and we want to be sensitive to that. But at the same time we thought why with the pressure to open, this is the only way that we could open safely and that was our first priority, and if if I know with contact tracing if a classroom if the student has positive. What happens in terms of quarantining D- do does the teacher they were in touch with does that person have to then leave school does the classroom what happens? Well. Again, because we open with such small numbers, it's very easy for classes to social distance and so Alvar staff are required to wear masks all times. Our students are not required. They six through twelve. We have strongly suggested that they wear and then pre K. through five. We have suggested that they wear if they're going to be in close groups. However. It's been good because most all students are wearing mask as well. But again, a classroom if a student test positive. There may only be for their students in that class right and they've been distance, and so when you do the contact tracing, what we have found is that very few of them have been in close contact for ten minutes or more within six feet of one another, and so the exposure has been very limited and most of the time both have on mass. So they can continue come to school and the teachers continue coming to school. Even though they they've. Been in the area of of a student, but not for a prolonged time. That's correct. Now, the student that tests positive obviously would corentin for fourteen days. Okay and and then anyone else that we find that may have been in close contact with that person and may have some exposure. They would also contain for the fourteen days. Brian's Brian the guidance for Best Practices for schools has been a moving target of both federal and state levels of Texas Office of in a hot spot for the virus in recent weeks how has that changed your plans and preparations have? It's changed dramatically when we surveyed our families in early June, we had about three quarters who indicated they wanted to come back for in person learning than we sent the same survey out in mid-july that was down more like a third, and so it has altered plans dramatically unfortunately in Texas we've had constantly shifting state. As well, and so I don't honestly know which version of the plan were on at this point I lost track a long time ago. But the the prevalence of the viruses. Shifted our plans but I feel good that we got a good plan on. Nimble plan. Going forward, and we'll be able to serve families either in the building or in distance learning well O'Brian woods and becky stone I appreciate can't imagine how difficult it is to be an educator right now and not appreciate all you're doing. Thank you very much.
The Brain-Boosting Benefits of Exercise with Ryan Glatt
"Welcome to the broken brain podcast I'm your host. Droop ruin and each week by team, and I bring on a new guest who rethink can help you improve your brain help feel better and most importantly live more. This week's guest is Ryan. Ryan is a personal trainer and brain health coach with over a decade of experience in the health and fitness industries. He currently works alongside clinicians and researchers to study the facts of cognitively. Enhanced and comprehensive exercise plants at the Pacific Brain Health Center, here in Lovely Santa Monica California Ryan constantly seeks to learn about the health neuroscience, research and Practical Strategies both health coaching and personal training in context, which is why we brought him here, Ryan has pursued education from aiming clinks the brain I training institute, the Neuroscience Academy that Kaddoumi for brain, health and performance and many other places. He's currently enrolled in. In a Master's applied neuroscience program at King's College of London, he actively consults with companies who leverage exercise for brain health and educates and fitness professionals with the first course to comprehensively address exercise and brain health called the brain health trainer, course talk more about that later on in which he's educated over a thousand health and fitness Professionals Ryan welcome to the brain podcasts. Thanks for having me drew and you also. And people really loved it. That's we've set the intention. We did a documentary by the way. If anybody hasn't hasn't watched that documentary before a broken bring to. Click on the show notes. We'll make it available for anybody who hasn't seen, and you can sign up and check it out and see some of Ryan's recommendations. rebuilt on today's conversation so. We set out the intention when we first did that interview that we wanted to do an interview for the podcast. I'm glad it happened at the first interview that I'm doing in person in the world of. Semi Corentin and social distancing so Thank you for coming into the office. It's an honor. Thanks for having me so I wanNA start off with something which is I want to talk about dance? DANCE REVOLUTION So tell US anybody who doesn't know what it is. Tell us what it is, and why he became passionate about. Yeah, so dance dance. Revolution is a video game. It's an extra game. Extra Games are things that incorporate. And Gaming And or active video games it was followed by the success of like Nintendo. We for instance that became very popular dance dance. Revolution's interesting because it was popularized when I was a kid. Probably before that I think in the eighties and nineties, and it's essentially a game where you're controller is a pad that you stand on in the middle is you're standing place? You have an Arrow pointing forward pointing backwards to left and went to the right. There's arrows coming up from the bottom of the screen, and you have this answer key at the top. Top with those different directionally facing arrows, and it's to music, and it was a Japanese video game developed by Nami, and it was super popular in Arcades at home on the playstation, two and I grew up as a very overweight sedentary kid I had a pretty severe concussion in preschool, and so that created some concussion induced adhd so I was addicted to video games, and I think I would then have met the criteria for video game addiction now, which is like it wasn't every day, but it was like four hours a day of video gaming. into early call of duty before it was like an e sports thing so if I kept on it, I could probably been pretty well right now. Playing golf duty but I actually came across the home version of dance dance revolution when I was a kid in high school, actually no middle school early middle school and I lost a lot of weight playing that in my living room and it got me into. That got me to lose weight and it was motivating had all the elements we might talk about being important for an exercise program that is sensitive to brain health. And then it got me into the gym, and when I was in high school I joined a gym across from my high school, started weightlifting, watching personal trainers, we can go into that later, but essentially kick-started my personal health, an interest in fitness, and with that fitness that is cognitively enhanced meaning that I wasn't on an exercise bike, watching the news or staring into space I was cognitively engaged in that program since then dance dance revolution has been present. Among a lot of research context and neuro rehabilitation in older adults. It's not really that accessible anymore. You can't just get it off the shelf as much as you could. Previously, but it's really paved the way for a whole industry of active video gaming extra gaming. And it has spun off also clinical or serious extra gaming games that are used for health and clinical contexts such as some of the solutions. We use it the Pacific Brain Health Center. For the listeners who are like way, why are we starting the conversation video game? This all make sense so you know in reading about your story and getting a chance to get to know you over the last year, or so as we've been introduced by our mutual friend, Dr Shawn Patel who's a regenerative medicine doctor here in Los Angeles who's been on the podcasts before linked to that. I got a chance to see how your struggle as child especially with weight fitness and being sedentary. You found something you found something that created joy inside of you, and that's actually really related to a big part of what you teach right now we'll start off with the basics and we'll talk about what brain health coaches and some of the science of it, but you found something passionate that you that got you excited to move. Move something that you enjoyed and I. think that such an important thing as simple as it sounds. This video game was the thing that got started. That was ultimately the thing that starting your journey down this pathway of understanding the power of really what exercise can do for the brain, so let's start there. Let's start off with the basics you know. We've done so many episodes on the power of exercise, but as a refresher. Tell US why exercise is so important and what it does for the brain. Yeah, and there's been an explosion of research and media coverage about this I. Like to say that the mainstream popularity around exercise. The brain was really kick started by the book spark by Dr John Radi ever grateful for the work. He's done in popularizing that and twenty eighteen, the second most popular Ted Talk. In that year was Dr Wendy Suzuki talking about exercise in the brain and a lot of mainstream coverage, and you know in New, York Times and medium covering on boosting these posts on exercising, the brain has become very popular, and that's amazing, because it's also jumping on the kind of. The coattails of neural plasticity research showing that the brain can change. I think this audience has been very well presented that information right we to our brains were fixed. We were taught in high school. They have a certain amount of brain cells. Will Never. It's all downhill from there and it turns out. That's not true exactly. Neuro plasticity, so the brain's ability to functionally or structurally change. In response to experiences,
Covid missteps in the UK
"Been seven months in sparse Johnson's conservative scored the best Tory parliamentary majority since the me nine thousand nine hundred. And yet outsiders well, that could be forgiven for thinking that it was Jeremy Corbyn Socialism. That's triumphed. You think about it in response to the Cova crisis, the size and scope of the British state. Well, that's increased dramatically, and what's being called, a radical woke minority that continues to march through British institutions for more on Boris and British politics. Let's turn to is a bill oak shop. She's a former political editor at the Sunday Times I started by asking bill about the state of Boris Johnson's premiership. I think that it is. Fair to say that Boris Johnson's. Administration has. Hit a really difficult patch and you know. Isn't it extrordinary when he achieved? An an unbelievable majority you know against all expectations, and really they only had a few weeks in which to relish that feeling of trial before the corona virus hits, and the handling of the pandemic has been a very widely criticized. You know we have ended up. I think we have the surge worst gas rate in the world from from Carina and his being one u-turn after another. We've got another one today in the only on Sunday at one of our leading cabinet ministers said that it would not be compulsory to wear face masks and short, and now we all told the we'll be illegal requirement, and that is very characteristic old the government's approach to this crisis. They've been too late. To make required changes, you know that has gizzard they have you turned, and of course not help by. The Prime Minister himself was hit very very hard by the virus, and to Cologne time to get back on his feet. You know this is a he. He was in a life, threatening position and the government woes consequentially very weakened for a period. You mentioned that the Johnson government is moving to make these face masks for shoppers mandatory I. THINK THEY FACE A. Hundred pound fine if they gotta shops without Feis mosques, but at the same time on way told the Britain is slowly getting back to its old self that businesses either reopened and travel restrictions. Lifting does all this main? The Brits are to learn to leave covid nineteen I think we have to learn to live with covid nineteen and I would say we should have had begun learning that lot quicker. You know the UK at the moment is a real place. Contrast I live in Oxfordshire about seventy miles from London, and for the first time last week I decided to get the train into loans, and I have been driving list time and I basically had to show the driven train in both directions. I was traveling at what would normally be rush hour peak time going in in the morning and I had the whole carriage, and the won't be on that myself, so I will. Say Small, but there's no need for face off. You've got your exclusive carriage. And Central. Is Much the same. It's a dead zone and yet here in the world's where where I call home and we can mind. It'll town which luckily. was absolutely housing. The big AUDEN's with school. There were a lot of people out in the bounce. So you know we have a real mix pitcher going on by the way, remember that the schools on back. You know this is an extraordinary situation. You know we've got people in big Ordonez in restaurants are. Our children are still not back in school by large. The counterargument to not having that lockdown during April, and my is that you might have seen far more deaths in in Britain it's. It's very lucky for the government that however bad things get. They will always be able to say it would be much worse if we hadn't done. X Y, or said they won't be able to cruise otherwise politically. That is something that they can always fall back on, but I think that all the evidence now shows that it was a big mistake to allow tens of thousands of people every week to continue pouring into the country from some of the worst hit areas overseas. Coming into Heathrow without any checks or any corentin or any restriction. For weeks, so then I mean for months discontinued, and then very belatedly off to the media, worst of the crisis passed, the government changed tack, and and suddenly entered used quarantine measures, but not before all these people had come in and helped increase of viral late
Trump cancels weekend trip to Bedminster
"Change of mind president trump the White House says he will no longer be traveling to his golf club in New Jersey this weekend two days after saying that he would stick to its plan to spite of Corentin advisory from governor Murphy trump was scheduled to visit Bedminster following a trip to Arizona one of several states experiencing spikes and Coben faction rates at tri state governors ordered a fourteen day quarantine period for all travelers coming in from states like Arizona and have seen increased infections at least eight states currently meet that threshold including Alabama Florida and Utah and Texas when asked if the president's decision to cancel his trip was in response to a quarantine advisory the White House claims that had nothing to do with the quarantine
6 staffers setting up for Trump rally positive for COVID-19
"Just hours before the Tulsa Oklahoma rally started the trump campaign announced that six staff members who are helping set up the event had tested positive for covert nineteen campaign communications director Tamar tal says Corentin procedures were implemented and it neither the affected staffers nor anyone in immediate contact with them attended the
"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.
Soul Care with Jen Hatmaker
"Our guest today is a gen hat maker. Jen Welcome to forever thirty five. Oh my gosh well. I am just delighted to be her girls. Thank you for having me. We'RE GONNA kick off with your biogen. Is the author of twelve books. That's a lot of books most recently beers and full of fire the guide to be inglorious you jen is also the Creator and happy host. The award winning four the love podcast with John Hat maker. Delighted curator the Jed hat maker Book Club and sought after Speaker who tours the country year speaking to women and she and her husband Brandon founded the legacy collective and they also starred in the very popular series. My big family renovation and your big family renovation. Tv is a mom to five and a resident of Austin Texas where she and her family are helping to keep Austin weird there. It is that there is you got it so go ahead hit a sorry this is this is our talking over each other moment. Doing the podcast remotely. Well Jen worth. Were thrilled to have you. Your book was very timely and touching read it also very funny man there. There were a lot of flagged in folded pages for me personally From and you know we have a question a kick things off with about radical empathy and care because right now especially in our communities things are. There's so much upheaval. So what what does that look like? Do you think within our families and also our communities with people who we may not actually no. It's just such a weird time right now and I one thing that we're sort of figuring out over here at our household is that just living through such an unprecedented moment. Where all of our most of our regular tools are not at our disposal in our communities are activities school. Tra- all the things that we normally do that apart our regular rhythms which keeps his kind of healthy and connected and was virtually all of those guys. You know it's occurred to us that we have to. We can't use the old program in this in this current day and so these times are kind of calling for different measures kind of extraordinary measures when it comes to like mental care and soul care in And so we are. We kind of said in our family guys. Let's get really serious and really specific about what is hard right now. What is hurting? What are we disappointed about? Let's name it. Let's put on the table. Let's not start burying this and then try to just shellac over it and then let's really figure out. How can we meet that? Need in a different way How can we address that pain in the ways that we can address that pain right now and so you know rather than just kind of hoping that somehow soul care and mental care are despoiling? Landon our labs. We're dialing in really hard to every member of the family because we're all really different. You know we've got just so many people here you guys just so many people and and we are all enormous personalities like nobody is quiet in this family. Everybody has huge feelings tons of emotions. Billions of words And so a lot of emotional labor right now not just to figure out what I need a what everybody in the house days is just what it isn't. It's the strangest time in the world. Yes yes and you think you said on a podcast you you live in a small house and you have four kids at home. Yes somebody helped me like who will help me like we live in. A house was built in nineteen eight. So first of all it's just a little old rambling thing and yes We also have to seniors in the house right now. So we've got in college in a senior in high school and so our senior in college packed for five days to come home for spring break and he has not left five days for the staff and so he's here and which is shoved everybody like in every corner right now and in many just managing all those disappointments all those rites of passages that both seniors or missing out on such a bummer. Such a bummer. And this is one thing I told my kids and I'm telling the women in my community to which is jest. I love how my girlfriend? Kristen Howard She's like this is not a good time to sign ourselves up as competitors in the hardship Olympics. Lying really mean like coups hard is harder who status sadder It's just a terrible gain because you know we've got friends with people in a hospital with Kovin but then I've got a senior who doesn't have a prom and their book. It's all sad sad the person so I don't like the competition of who actually gets to say that they're disappointed or sad or afraid or they feel cheated. I also don't like the audible. A picks who is crushing Corentin. Best can't like I'm losing both of those games and I just don't think I don't think they serve US right now. And so I'm really just drawn to superhuman people right. Now that I find vulnerability in and honesty and truth telling trying to be that person to neither rustling people through their pain or fear or diminishing it and also not You heading on display. Like the highlight. Reel of everything. That's right because we're working hard on those things too. I think let's just find this really deeply human path through this together and I think that's really good for everybody.
"corentin" Discussed on Stuff Mom Never Told You
"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 me how much I'm learning about myself still and learning who you are truly and what you want, truly what 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. 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 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 and love her relationship. She talks about 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. In every way when it comes to who you think you are, and you think you're okay, and you think you fix yourself, and then you're like Oh my God..
"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.
Rajeev Ram on winning the 2020 Australian Open
"Right welcomes tennis. Dot Com podcast. I'm one of your enough pantic joined in this episode by Irena Falconi my co host. Hey guys how's it going and our special guests regime rammer GPS? Thank you for joining us. Your happy to be here all right. Let's get started with one of our favorite questions these days. What is your Corentin life like? Where are you what the days look like? Yeah it's pretty It's pretty different. I must say from coming from someone who's played tennis as you guys know for a long time You should travelling weekly to be sitting in one place for a couple of months is a bit strange but Lucky to be northern California where the weather's really nice so I tried to get outside most days doing something You know four or five days a week of different fitness stuff in. Yeah even other days bike rides walks in whatever it may be just know. Be Outside as much as they can. Because it's it's nice to do that but it's definitely definitely different is California your home base. Has it been for awhile? I'm from Indianapolis. Which is Roy? Spend wife Attendant we also have a house in northern California parents. Both parents living in Indiana. Still so we go there bit but we spend a Lotta time here. And sort of yeah. The corn teams are basically started the day before it supposedly printed whilst which was We're out here as repack. They're actually still pack funding nuts and then this whole thing started so we've been here since then. I thought you were on the ATP council before rigid. I know I just wanted to know if maybe you have some intelligent to win. Things might come back or which tournaments are GONNA be cancelled next or any kind of inside info. No not really I. I basically here things when everybody else here on we get you know mass emails saying you know towards cancel up until this date and the last one I think was just the cancellation of mold in the whole grasscourt season and all that I learned about the French Open moving date on social media which maybe is what most people learn about it on. I have no idea but now to be honest It's just You know we kind of for me. Just wait to see when the next message comes to see a dip point. You know how much longer the tour officially cancelled. But I think everyone was feeling like kids. You know it's going to be hard to to play even in the middle of July at this point. Have you been hitting like at all? I know I've spoken to a few players and some of the top ten girls and they just haven't hit a ball since you know this whole thing started and I'm just curious you know. Have you even like done fitness cover? You like keeping in shape yeah. Tennis is obviously tough. Haven't played too much There's a there's one guy with private court. That yachting no from suppose to be doing it or not but they are the couple of times have been up to hit some balls but that fitness I Have a few things at home like I said. The weather is really nice room in the in the back of the House here that you know I can do some things. So it's been a bit Makeshift let's say I have a trainer that I got to know before this started. She actually has some equipment of our own so like we have a deal that we do where she actually brings it over some of the days I clean it a use. It bring it back to her car. She likes days six feet away from me. The whole time like tells me to do. Yoga gives runs with your program. Bring BACK TO HER CAR. She cleans it put it back puts it back in the car and we go from there I'm not even sure you know we try to be a safe as possible. But that's really it for all that you know I have a bike here. That like a like a an actual bike. That has never gotten more use to try to be on a couple times a week. You know riding around but yeah. That's pretty much it. I feel like you know a lot of the other restrictions are gonNA loosen up well before we start playing tennis again. So I'm not really worried about. I think we'll have plenty of time to practice and all that for Beating again I was actually talking with Jamie about this Yesterday about how many different things are going to change? Once we go back on court. Because I'm sure you've heard that there's actual like tournament play. That's happening here in Saddlebrook. There's an event I thing happening in California in Germany. There's a few spots that are conducting almost like a tennis experiment and You know one of the things that she told me was that the ball's actually have initials on them. And only you can only use the balls and you can only serve with the that. Have your initials on them? And we were discussing. You know when we actually get back on tour you know. Is there going to be a air? Hi Five like are you gonNA shake hands like? Is there gonNA be any interaction whatsoever like when it's new balls? How are you going to get those balls like the him yourself? Like there's just GonNa be so many different changes. Yeah I think that's in every walk of life to the honest. It's not just tennis. I mean like maybe. It's going to become normal for people to wear masks in grocery stores. They have even the slightest bit of a cold or cough or something like batter having meetings this instead of actually having meetings when in person. I don't know I think there's GonNa be a ton of things that are to become way more normal than ever were before and yeah in our sport where you're going to have a lot of that. I think the reality of it has not thinking at all sunk in at all for me. Just can't believe that this is happening. Even though it's been over six weeks at this point but specially for you had some momentum crazy momentum going before all this you want me. Austrailia your first. Men's doubles title with Joe. You're up career number five in doubles. I mean things are going swimmingly Say what was your start at. Twenty twenty like did you. Did you feel different going into this? John Open because I know you would up instagram caption saying something like fifty eight time is the charm else going for you. Differently is in Melbourne. Well I I actually didn't even know that so apparently fifty Grand Slam which is a record if you WANNA call it that before would actually win one. But I mean that's a little bit different because I've played a lot of the majors in doubles while it was still focusing on singles. I didn't really felt like it in those times. I was necessarily contender to win. One was just sort of playing because my ranking was high enough to get in but I was not. I wasn't good enough just to win it because I need to actually work on you know. Focus on doubles practicing. Better of a wanted to contend only started doing that last three years I would say but I really felt like we were in the situation in position to compete. Compete for Major. Rarely probably at the US Open last year. I felt like our level of gotten to the point where we're playing good matches time and time again At a level that I felt like was was some of the best in the world so I felt like we really turned the corner. You know last fall in meeting. We had a good season altogether. But really at the back. Half of last year's felt like to play. You know that a slightly higher level so I'm not gonNA say I was. You know I was expecting to win yesterday open but I guess I wasn't surprised so much because I felt like we were that we were at that point for a little while. Now you know
"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..
Teen girls, staff at Michigan treatment facility have coronavirus
"A residential treatment center in mid Michigan is reporting a rash of cases of cold at nineteen twenty five out of the thirty eighteen girls in a residential treatment facility in Bastar have tested positive for covert nineteen executive vice president Paul Whitney at Wolverine Human Services says four staff members are also positive thankfully he says only a few of those diagnosed or showing any symptoms and the symptoms are minor still he says this all could have been avoided quite frankly we may have dodged a bullet but we have been trying for a while several weeks to to Dodge this bullet if you will yeah we finally got the amount of tests that we needed and deserved to test everyone and found that we did have some positive cases those affected have been Corentin now Whitney says the push is on to find enough masks and gowns to protect the
"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..
Jim Gaffigan on sharing dinner with the masses
"Many families are whiling away these long weeks at home I binge watching Jim Gaffigan and his family are coping by being binge watched well this is my eighth weekly commentary during this time of Corentin eight can you believe it who knows maybe in a hundred years someone to watch a couple of these things out during that random act people really got tail getting we all know the world will last another hundred years it's day one billion of quarantine I
Yokoji Zoom Dharma Talk
"Out here all day. Well whether you're in quarantine or not Not only a- healthy Also not being upset by all the political stuff coming on the same I today. You know continuing with the thing that I'm doing I wanNA talk on Oman's Medicine and sickness and this is from the blue cliff record so The way that I'm dealing with these cones you know. I'm not not really going into having a traditional light in the sense the tolkien. My every point amusement more of a of a springboard just to talk about practice and obviously the practice that we have is a lot broader. Than Cohen Book Colin also highlights aspects The shed life that we have human beings and obviously strikes in individual ways that maybe written columns so off. I go the blue cliff. Frank Road case. Eighty seven medicine and disease introduction. Folks with clear is have known nest. Stunned Times on the summit of the solitary the weeds pound sometimes in the midst of the bustling marketplace naked and free. Suddenly they appear like an angry tight with three heads and six times so suddenly as the Sun Face and moon face they radiate light of all embracing compassion. They manifest all embodiments in a single particle a mixed with mud to deal with people. According to that time when they release the transcendental opening even bigger eyes of Buda cannot see them even. If all the sages appeared they would have to fall back. Three thousand miles. Is that anyone with the same with same attainment in the same realization example of the main case on said medicine and disease so June. One another the whole earth is medicine. Walked is the South. Some have touch my face. This the whole world is medicine. How the ancients of Baden Baden's been so mistaken the CAU- behind closed doors costing the road. It is naturally quiet an open wrong wrong. Even if your nose is up high in the sky you'll still be taken Intel so the case you know it seems a bit appropriate with The trying to find yours now call visited some progress being made some of you work in the medical fields doctors nurses and Have Really Touched by all of the assets that the the do. I know that some of you even volunteer to take extra shifts. And it's dangerous dangerous situations so very encouraging to me as a human being just that if that selflessness entering into circumstances in that way and ultimately that's what it comes down to how we can serve how we can serve people the people that are around us and live in regard environment now for all of us we. We live in different in different ways. You know up in the mountains note. Sing an awful lot of difference in terms of Ovadia Corentin Etcetera. Obviously if we if we move off the mountain way wag gloves and masks now that saw That's medicine the going down there to protect of this to those of you in the city you know maybe quarantine is Lada bef- a small apartment. You go kids family around. It is not so easy but the main the main thing is really comparison on circumstances and situations with this situation is what it is and then more than more than anything is When situations like this car is important thing is how do we really live with you? Know we have the Basic Cliche of Buddhism. Where justice is it but really the the most important thing with this is You know yet just this. Is it an account of the? Because today's but then how do we work with that and then Miami rose one of one of the things of the reassembling in him. Because it's going to be. He's twenty fifth anniversary of his death on the fifteenth. Of May you know. That's like a whole generation this past but Once in a in Adama Comeback Some. Somebody came in and just went. Just this is not a very popular thing to do time. Just this is an SOM- something on the floor and so it might seem euro. She just said well. What can of this is that you know and again it's not being folks that's full of Buddhism as a matter of being authentic you know a member dolgen would say in the Buddha Dhamma. There is no deport. Shallow was most important is ones sincere practice. That's kind of an interest in what is sincere practice in not something to each one of us has to answer for ourselves. What is sincere practice you know? Obviously there's a disease than That's the thing that needs to be treated. You know it's not like well. I'm feeling like I'm climbing. The walls kick the guarrentee so therefore I will do lots of things to take my mind off it rather than just facing up to it and seeing how the mind works and operate with midst of that you know or I'm suffering. Let's drink a whole bunch stuff you know you fill in the blank back in whatever it is it which is displaced activity. The main thing is the direct facing up to it and in many ways the middle way the is told to buy. Buddhism is not avoid extremes. It's first finding those extremes Most people don't practice until they find the extremes and they know when those things lead and when you come into a situation the most important things go right into it experience it through to the Hilton. He'd never has to be fell EXP- not out but it never has to experienced again in that
How can we find connection in disconnection?
"Hey Krista my name is Vanessa. I'm calling from Melvin Australia. I'm I'm curious to hear your thoughts given the current situation. The world finds itself in how we can find connection in in disconnection. I think we'll have a judy. The health and being our world and the people that live in it to disconnect but in a timely connection has never been so important. How do we? How do we balance the two? How do we disconnect physically while remaining emotionally socially connected to others? Oh it's such an interesting question because So thank you Vanessa? It's such an interesting question in one way because I feel like What's coming to mind for me and my own experience of what you're describing Has EVOLVED A lot. In these weeks of lockdown corentin enforced disconnection him so Physical disconnection as you say And Yeah I mean I I I will try to see if I have anything anything Really practical to add in terms of advice but really what the question One makes me want to do is reflect on this week on some of the things I feel like I'm learning or some of the things that maybe this This strange experience is teaching me. Is Teaching US You know it's something that I've thought about across the years but now feels like the most present thing is just the primacy of our bodies and I've thought so much about how in the Western World In Madeira not. We've we've just structured so many sophisticated and inventive ways of pretending like everything doesn't always come back to our bodies that we you know it begins and ends in our bodies and in there's mess and frailty fair and limitation but also energy and life itself and so one of the things I've been thinking about is this you know what I'm calling zooms Austin. The technology is so miraculously but this experience of only connecting to each other by way of pixels is also really laying out some of the very severe Limitations of it. And so you know one thing I've become aware of is what I what I think that I've never thought about before but I think how much energy we actually draw from each other like raw energy at a primal animal level when we are in the room together and the that doesn't communicate through this green. You know the the view of someone's face And to some extent the The emotions that can be read in and responded to their the voice which I feel is so embodied but I think that the the way I feel and everybody talking to feel so completely worn out and depleted by the only connection being By way of technology has something to do with the fact that we were not were not Replenishing just
Scout Willis explains why Demi Moore, Bruce Willis are quarantining together
"Scout Willis is explaining why her dad and mom are quarantining together that would be Bruce Willis and demi Moore isn't that weird considering that he's married to Emma Heming you know that she was really he was the man I don't know that either he's been remarried for a long time she was alone Ashton that's right yeah demi was with Baston but scout I mean that's weird right like you're married to someone and then you go and quarantine with your ex wife was doing that we I was doing that but I don't think he's married to anyone else I think he's just going to do with his ex wife which is fine and he's married and remarried and it's because of the child like or something to the kids don't get along I remember we did that story and I'm like rainfalls bomb take talks to men so scouts said that alma Bruce's wife was going to come and quarantine with everybody so they could all have all the kids together and everybody be together but apparently one of person M. as little kids stop on a hypodermic needle in a park and so it poked her foot and I guess they were waiting for some test results so in the meantime and I and the child are not Corentin with the rest of them
"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.
Thousands of Zoom accounts are for sale on the dark web
"A lot of people on the zoom meetings but There are hundreds of thousands of Zuma counts being sold on the dark web for fractions of a penny They've been hacked. And the way the hackers found all these credentials. They had all this information previously like bank accounts and other things and then they just tested them with zoom accounts and the ones that clicked over and worked there now selling on the web for very cheap So yours might be up for sale right now. Unfortunately there's no real way to find out until it's been sold But it's going to happen and it's going to be big when it happens but zoom has blown up in the last couple of weeks with the Corentin so he just got to hang in there. Make sure you change your passwords often and make them unique. That's all you can do
Hundreds of hotel, dorm rooms now used to house first responders, shelter staff, veterans in Boston
"Boston Boston mayor mayor Marty Marty Walsh Walsh says says there's there's no no place place for for frontline frontline workers workers who need to be Corentin here's more from WBZ's Karen regal the city's dorms are empty because students were sent home weeks ago and hotels are not exactly hitting occupancy go these universities providing a hundred thirty five single occupancy rooms in one of its stores for Boston's first responders this is the first responders who need to be self isolated and reduce the risk of exposing someone at home who might be especially vulnerable like seniors or someone with underlying health conditions bus universities providing seventy five rooms to shelter staff who work at pine street in their wall says break ins hotel Boston is providing seventy four rooms the first responders who may have been exposed to cope at nineteen
Houston - 2 Additional Harris County Sheriff’s Office Employees Test Positive for COVID-19
"Two more Harris County sheriff's office employees have tested positive for covert nineteen bring the total to at least eighteen they're about a hundred eighty seven sheriff's office employees now quarantine for possible exposure while fifty five employees previously Corentin have been cleared to return to work
What to do when you dont like your partner?
"Bernadette via Shetty that rhymes with Spaghetti with Rinaldo Davis. I never say my last name but I just thought I'd throw it out there. Have you ever heard me say that Rinaldo? Well it really is so. It's got double cheese and Spaghetti. Envious shoddy so. Yeah I used to say that when I was a when I was a kid so Great to have Have everyone listening great to be here and although and I are doing the show against day feels really good though it. Does you know I've not been alone in the studio ever. Yesterday was my first time doing the show by myself with just a board op and I'm actually kind of liking it. Actually you know stretcher myself a little bit and during difficult times you know finding my inner strength and that's always good. It's a good feeling but we have an incredible show coming up today. We've got Joe Lane here in just a minute She is a pro e Pro. Athlete Health Nutrition coach and founder of fuelling champions. Sam Morris is coming. Up is the founder of the unbreakable man project and Dewan Bennett one of our favorites here on one life radio. Along with many others including Jill He is a licensed professional counselor. And we'RE GONNA be talking about all kinds of things like what to do when you don't like your partner. I think that's really funny. Don't that's A. that's a tough spot especially if you're married what would I but I do think that people you know like each other. Sometimes you know I remember someone telling me it was. It was my friend Andrea and her. She asked her grandparents. What was the secret of staying together all the years that they were together and he said well I guess neither one of US fell out of love with one another at the same time And so you know there's something to think about something to contemplate and so keep that in mind you guys. But Sam Morris Another Guy. That is just incredible. You know we're GONNA be talking about the similarities between Rehab and Corentin I can't I'm very anxious to talk to Sam. He's a super great guy he really is. He's had a long journey and sometimes a very painful journey but he's riven risen above it and he is a he is truly a brave heart and a kind heart. I'm looking forward to him. And as I said I've got Jill Lane on the line She is a pro athlete. Health and nutrition coach and founder of fuelling champions which is a three step sports performance and Athletic Nutrition Program Bill to the potential of student athletes in appearance. That support them. How you doing today Jill? Hey great to be with you again. Burn Yeah I always love having you on the show and for those that don't know that maybe are a new listener From California or here in Dallas. We're on in California on K. MIT in southern California and five counties. But maybe if you're a first time listening but Jill has been on the on the show from the very beginning. We met in the studio actually the first time she was on the air. And she's friends with KIP. Watson and Tina Burnett and a lot of other regulars on the show and so I asked her to call in today to talk about This article that I found eleven natural remedies for anxiety. Because I don't know about any of Y'all out there but I have been dealing with a lot of anxiety lately and I know a lot of people have it's just the it's just the sign of the Times right. Yeah it is and I think I think the most important thing for people to know is that experiencing anxiety occasionally is a normal part of life. You know it's a normal part of our bodies response. The thing is to know when it's becoming something that starting to control your life because people that start to having Zainy disorders or even to extreme panic attacks. They're trying to start to get in the way of them doing their normal daily thing thinking about the worrying and the the The depression or the physical symptoms of the anxiety like the racing heart and the tight chest and the worry and even sweating for some people. Can I get in the way of their daily life? So it's important to know where you are on that spectrum absolutely and it snowballs on you and I speak from personal experience I started started to experience anxiety anxiety disorder. I'm a little anxious talking about it. I'm SORTA joking but yeah I mean it's it's a big subject and it can spiral on you or snowball on you. I'm very quickly and I do think it's important to keep in mind that there are a lot of natural remedies That we can use along with some other things as well And we're going to talk about it. So this article really Gets into some of the things that I personally use so you wanNA start at the top of the list. You'll yeah I mean I think The first thing that they mentioned is lavender and the the interesting thing about lavender is that essential oils in journal. I think of become like an explosive thing in the quote Unquote Natural Health and wellness world. In the last few years with the advent of you know some big companies and multi level marketing but but essential oils have been around. And I've been part of I kind of line of medicine along with herbs for you know years and years and years for a very long time and I'm familiar with a pleasant smell of lavender. I mean most people like the smell of lavender and the really cool thing about lavender does so many things but like a couple of the other things that we're going to talk about is that it actually enhances Alpha waves in the brain and the Alpha waves in the brain are the ones that kind of help easier for the effects of anxiety and depression and they actually helped make us more creative. Like when you're meditating or practicing some sort of mindfulness or prayer your Alpha wave levels go up even just smelling lavender or applying it. You know in some oil to your body. Help increase Alpha waves and physically changes the wave lengths that are occurring in the brain. So doesn't really power fall. We yeah any one of the things that I that. I was astounded by actually and I've used lavender for years. I love it. I I used to use it. There's a lavender eucalypt eucalyptus blend that. I used to spray. You can spray it on your pillow. You have to be careful though because cats are sensitive to I believe both but But the in in this article that that amaze me was this a twenty ten study conducted in Germany suggested that a lavender oil capsule show similar effectiveness effectiveness in people with J. D. And I'm not I'm not quite sure what. Ged Is. And I did not look it up before we went live is general anxiety disorder which is kind of a generalized anxiety. We'll Sola Raza Pam which is kind of like Oh there's a couple different ones but it's basically like Isn't that the generic form of Valium? If I'm not mistaken it's in that class of drugs for sure but it says it's just as effective in people Or similar effectiveness. Excuse me and people with ged as Lorazepam. A commonly prescribed anti anxiety medication. That's amazing and I think the thing to know about this list of kind of quote unquote natural remedies. Is that like I tell with anybody as soon as you start like. I think anything in your health that you're starting to notice your little off kilter. It is a good time to start with some of these. You know natural things. And if you're having a hard time controlling anxiety and you're on medication you can talk to your position or your your preferred health practitioner about potentially using some of these things in conjunction with your pharmaceutical. And so if you're feeling a little anxious right now which like you said. A lot of people are. There's a lot of uncertainty and we have a lot of new things that we're learning to cope with. You can start with some of these things that are generally regarded as safe. Generally benign generally. Don't interact with other medications but to your point. A lot of essential worlds are really strong for pets. Have to be really More about that but you can start with some of these basics and it may just help with the you know the day to day processing that you're doing You know with the Munis especially like right now that you're subject to On this list is which I know you've told me to take before I have some at my house but it's basically green tea and so you can get green tea. He pretty much anywhere and and let's talk about that for a minute. I WANNA I WANNA really give people out there listening today. Some take home value of things that they can find in almost any grocery store or you know or market or or something like that. Yeah so L. Cnn is actually an amino acid the L. before a word Is how we differentiated amino acid in science land. So I mean isn't amino acid that's found predominantly in green tea. And the really cool thing about is that it to actually affects. Alpha waves in the brain and the cool thing about it is that you can get the benefit whether you're drinking DECAF or regular green tea. And so even if you're drinking green tea in the morning for the oxidants and the caffeine but named can't can work along with the caffeine for focus creativity a bit of dampening the anxiety as long as caffeine doesn't triggering society which for some people actually does. And so you have to know that about yourself. But Elsie needs in a capsule form is like just extracting that amino acids from tea leaves and you can get the benefits at a very low dose one hundred or two hundred milligrams and it's been shown to help again with the Alpha brainwaves which again help Easing the effect of depression and anxiety and helping with creativity and just kind of helping keep your brain and kind of chill state not like your zone out but preventing it from being stuck in overdrive. Which is what anxiety kind of feels like you know your gear engines running too hard. It's a help. Just pump the brakes just a little bit But not so much that you can't be creative and that's what I love about Al. So that's a really. You know their studies on it and children and in adults and so it's something again it's like you said a first line of defense is something you can get just by drinking green tea and you can get DECAF and make some ice cream teen with your children right now at home. Yeah I'm so great really practical thing to start
COVID-19 Update: Avoiding The Worst Case Scenario
"What I see happening right now. So right now as I look at the data on Corona virus. It's unclear to me what is happening. What I see happening is an increasing geometric curve. But it doesn't seem to be as severe as was previously expected and so that's good news. I'm hopeful I have a few points of good news and so I'm more optimistic than I was recently and so I think that's hopefully you are as well that although that you see a profusion of cases although things are very difficult in many places in the world some cities in the United States. It doesn't seem to be as severe as previously feared which is great news. Now what's currently unclear to me is why it doesn't seem to be as severe as previously feared and. I want to emphasize that it's not that things are not severe. There are very heart wrenching. Things from all over the world and I expect more of those those things in the days to come. If you feel like out of the woods I would caution you. I don't I don't sense that at all but it's not as bad as previously thought now again what's unclear to me is why. I don't think the data is particularly compelling at the moment as far as for sure why. So here's what I see on the viral front going forward and then we'll talk about the economic front. I'm more optimistic this week. Based upon what I see and as I see it the worst case scenario was to have this massive global pandemic that was on track to kill tens of millions or hundreds of millions of people. Now the only absolutely guaranteed solution to that kind of spread is to just simply stay home and go nowhere. A virus is something that you can understand how it works even if it's the most severe it's transmitted through. Aerosol etc at very contagious simply. Stay home and if you're not infected and you don't go anywhere then you don't have to be infected and so that's why the ultimate the only truly guaranteed effective public policy. Solution is to lock everything down and you see that happening all throughout the world now. The lockdown of course has devastating economic consequences as we are all experiencing today but The lockdown is the only thing that's guaranteed to work and that's why governments pursue it. But if you think about kind of what's been the bad scenario we've assumed that the worst case scenario looking back has been a massive very contagious very deadly disease that spreads throughout the world. And the answer to that is locked down until or unless some kind of vaccine is developed. The timeline for that is twelve to eighteen months. Now as we've talked about the jumping off points as I see there are three jumping off points to that worst case scenario and these three are all looking better. The first jumping off point is the development of some kind of effective therapy. Some some cure. Some Miracle Cure the news of her last week. Because especially been hot and heavy around the hydroxy chloro-quinine and zoo Zee PAC too. I'm not a biology guy. I see increasing anecdotal evidence that that is possibly effective and there's doctors all over the world are trying that and I haven't seen disproven as a therapy so perhaps there's a really good solution there and that would be awesome because those drugs are inexpensive. They're widely available. They're kind of old if they were effective against. That would be great and then I'm sure there are other doctors around the world. Who are working on other therapies. That's been kind of one of the first things to improve things. The one of the first areas that we could look at to improve things the second area to look at to improve things would be the development of widespread testing if society can develop and implement widespread testing. Then the society can just simply corentin those who are sick and that would be really great now. The United States is far behind on. This was such a huge population. It's hard to see that happening quickly. But all around the world testing is ramping up there. Kind of improving things getting things faster and faster and faster used to be. It was going to be dazed to get a result for test now. There are tests that are increasingly widely available. And we're up to a day so that's good once we can get down to a few hours and and and cheap and distributed all around the world then that means that societies can do widespread testing. And you can just quarantine the sick in those that have had contact with the sick and you see that happening very effectively in some countries in Asia that it seemed to have have managed the the outbreak more effectively. So we're making progress on that front. That could be good. The most important progress in my opinion is the recent development of antibody test and if this antibody test proves to be effective and if it can be spread and used widely across the population that I think has the potential of short shortening this whole event. Shortening this whole affair which would be awesome. Because of the antibody the antibody tests could prove is who has had the disease and who has not. That can be helpful for a few reasons. One obvious reason is if those who've had the disease actually find themselves to be immune to the disease that you can go back to work with without much fear. They can be useful in many situations without the worry of getting infected and possibly even spreading the infection but more importantly as I see at the antibody test could tell us the actual prevalence of the disease in a population so that we could better understand the people who have severe symptoms. The guests and the debate about this particular strain of disease has been. How long has it been here now? The the time line that most of US understand is that had developed in Wuhan it was started in China started to be spread from their Wuhan. Got Really serious in December and then it got bad in January and then it started spread throughout the world and then it spread throughout the world. We've got some some cases but along the way there've been a lot of anecdotal reports people saying well I had something I had. I thought it was just a severe flu but I had something like that. Back in December or something like that back in January and so one of the suspicions that disease actually much more widespread than previously thought. And that. It's just simply less catastrophic with its medical impact than previously thought. But the only way to know that for certain is to develop and implement a widespread antibody testing and so that's the development that I'm excited about and looking to see what happens over the next week or two because if it did prove if we could prove that there were actually a lot of people tested then A lot of people with the disease and just a smaller number than previously feared are actually sick all the time. That would be fantastic because then that would allow society to open up a little bit. There's the optimistic case. At least that I'm hoping for at the moment it's unclear to me. Personally what's actually happening? I'm confused by the reports I read. I'm confused by the data that I see and I'm just simply not competent to to assess it and so I'm waiting and watching and letting the the epidemiologists do their thing. No of of important news is that some of the most dire predictions have been rolled back significantly in the last week. And so that's great news. Now let's let's flip this now and talk about the economic impact because what? I've thought a lot about obviously were or hurting Massively I've spoken to so many listeners in clients who who were just going through catastrophic change The unemployment claims huge all around the world businesses. Just kind of waiting to see. We're all waiting to see. So we're all desperate for a better understanding of of what the actual data is telling us on the worst case scenario. We've got catastrophe right. Total catas- We know that but on the best case scenario I've thought does this all. Just go back to normal. Obviously that's what we would hope for and the interesting thing about something like a Flu. Pandemic is it. Maybe maybe the whole thing is exposed. A few weeks from now is just a total overreaction. It was a giant scare but We got it wrong and so can everything. Just go back to normal. That's one of the interesting things about a flu pandemic because if you had a job and there was a functioning business a couple of weeks ago. Let's say that a few weeks from now we find out that we we. We are our worst founded. Our worst fears were unfounded. And we can all go back to work well. All the infrastructure still exists. Everything's still exists. So maybe we should just go ahead and get back to work. I think it's possible that could happen to some degree and that would help to avoid some of the the worst case scenarios fifty percent unemployment kind of thing fifty percent drop in GDP which which is It's hard to even say those
"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 10 10 WINS
"Being asked to self Corentin now that there is a growing cluster of covert nineteen positive cases there major crowds at airports as people entering the U. S. face long delays at customs as they get checked for symptoms and are told to quarantine the ten ten wins accu weather forecast tonight clear with a low of thirty two tomorrow sun followed by clouds hi forty six let's check traffic and transit now here's Gloria chop it was pretty awful actually on the Hutchinson river parkway in the Bronx it's a bit of a mess in both directions going into exit five between exit five and four it might be the drawbridge there either way planned for waiting a little while to get through here is what we see on long island's big three the L. E. then Wednesday live looking fine the seven state they've cleared that disabled car just before exit seventeen and looks like those earlier delays have eased up as well in New Jersey not pretty on point any five west found they've got at least one lane closed probably two lanes close to going into the Kennedy Boulevard only the right lanes open actually and if you want to get on the turnpike you're being detoured on to route three westbound and then back on to four ninety five it's gonna take awhile to get around that unfortunately here's what you need to know about the bridges and tunnels that George is five to ten in both directions link it is five to ten and twenty minutes out and the Holland is ten fifteen am and ten minutes outbound I'm Gloria top our next report is at five twenty one on our five eleven on ten ten wins wins news time five oh four governor Andrew Cuomo gave an update this afternoon on the coronavirus.
"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 WBT Charlotte News Talk
"Emirates here is what is happening with a story reported by UK Daily Mail the Emirates claims ten teenagers ten actually ten passengers. Were removed from a Corentin flight at JFK international airport. There are reports that one hundred people fell ill on board. Those were the initial reports. Now, the airline has confirmed on Twitter only ten passengers were sick Bildt raise concerns passengers appear to be sick with fevers over one hundred. The plane from Dubai to New York landed shortly after nine this morning. Not clear what caused the high fevers and coughing. Cumana awkward. This would be. I mean, if I were on this plane, I'd be going to the doctor's office as in ASAP. So these passengers have been removed. This is a double decker eight three eighty aircraft traveling from Dubai to New York City land the airport this morning shortly after nine. So that's the information. We have on this so far ten taken to the hospital, and we'll find out more about what sort of health issues are involved here. But. Some of the speculation at least for some period of time. There were some quarantine talk. The crew taken away in ambulances and the concern is the possibility. That somebody may have been exposed some of these passengers may have been exposed to something serious in mecca. That's all the information. We have so far if we learned anything else, we will certainly pass that onto you. More of the Adams here on the text line. Sass wasn't as era getting polished as most yesterday, his normal, everyday, speak made more sense than the other dribble. I heard. He was great. And how did those old farts sit that log must be a run on depends in Washington. That is from Tim just writing the way you guys crack me up. Honestly, I have to confess I was thinking of thought like that few minutes ago when I was watching Patrick layhee. Now, tell me if I'm wrong here. And I know you're in the middle of running the board John, but did not Patrick layhee said like he was kind of off his rocker when he was asking your question in a few minutes ago, he sounded distracted hugest rambling on about. Nothing. Like come on. You know, I think it's shuffleboard at the nursing homes. Come on. It's time. Mr Lee, it's really is time. Let me just interject here. I mean, no disrespect toward older people. I mean, absolutely none here. Let me tell you. So. I just had some would look at me. And the glass like you talking about me as an older person. Yes. I have Mark. I'm talking about you. Seriously, though, let me just briefly tell you what I believe I believe in a generational transfer of leadership from one generation to the next. I believe there comes a point when older people who are wise recognize it's time for them to pass the mantle onto someone younger. And get the heck out of the way. Stand behind the scenes talk to people and engage younger people helped to pass on your wisdom. But don't think that you're so desperately needed that you're going to stay in the Senate until you drop dead in the undertaker has to come and deal with you on the Senate floor come on. But it is a type of arrogance. These people really believe they are needed so desperately. They're not. Any case another texter saying rand Paul twenty twenty please good luck with that? That's all I can tell you stand in Charlotte. Good morning. I didn't notice until a couple of weeks ago watched one of the new shows they actually covered this there, apparently or two constitutions. One is the pocket one that you put in your pocket issue original and the other one is thirty five hundred pages. It includes all of this up print court cases that apply to it. People say they want to withhold their uphold the constitution, you wonder, which one there. So you're talking about the edited constitution or the original, right? Right. Ed. Susan Collins gave it away when she. I didn't see. Far above it on TV on the words, our not. But she said the one question that she had for him. Was. Versus Wade subtle. I should have said I don't like, well, if you wanna settled in law about Roe versus Wade just is what congress has written. Nothing to laugh about this. Because Donald Trump is stacking the court with constitutionalist who are going to interpret it or originally and the Democrats in terms of the appellate court appointed as we are losing their ability to affect sharing and low through the court system. You're absolutely right. That is this is what they've been doing for years for years. While the fighting this up there because it'll give the super regional concentration. Mr. Bob four yard on the court. Jeff. You're absolutely right. This is their biggest fear because this is the only way they're going to be able to accomplish their so called progressive agenda because it's not not only should not constitutional. But they don't have the votes or the courage to push through the things that they want to do. We ought to. We ought to make all the people in congress stand up for every issue and take a yes or no vote on everything. And that's what they're afraid of. If I do it in the court. They don't have to. Yep. Great place to hide isn't it stand? I do appreciate your call. That is brilliant. Absolutely brilliant observation. On the text line is well, we have this. It's always fascinating for me to look at the inflation, Callen calculator and see what money was worth decades ago. Oh my goodness. Yeah. I was listening to I think radio program over the weekend. They were doing a countdown show and talking about prices think this was in the seventy s the average value of a house price of a house twenty thousand dollars at the time. In this isn't because you know, people talk about cost of living. You know, what this is I'll give you three letters F E D. That's what that is your money has been devalued. That's what's happened. And you want to talk about and you heard Ron Paul address this about income and wealth inequality is not so much. It's not the free market enterprise, free enterprise doing that. It's fed policy. Also, this good interview with Ron pause far as fed goes, I believe JFK spoke of auditing the banking cartel. Couple of months before his assassination. It's the deepest part of the deep state that a person saying here, Ben Sasse for speaker. He gets it. Also this. I made the joke about just picking a random person off the street who could do better in the many members of congress pick me, Vince, pick me, I get most stuff at least fifty percent, right? That's veasley. Men's Lindsey Graham has exactly one of those guys you're talking about. And yes, he is. Unfortunately. Not very good coming up. We'll take a look at the day in history of time. Permits will listen to other commentary about what's taking place in the Senate as Patrick layhee continues babbling in the US Senate. Much more as we continue our broadcast..
"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.