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Corp. Media Has Been Silencing Alternative Views to Transgender Craze
"Meanwhile Casey points out there have been silencing alternative views Corporate media have recently permitted only a select group of persons to express heavily caveat concerns about this massive social shift in April The Washington Post featured an op-ed by trans person Corinna Khan It was given the freedom to explain that the destruction of his privates introduced a different type of bondage in that sense of surgery he's become a medical patient and will remain one for the rest of his life Washington Post even gave him permission to bemoan the distorting influences of social media on teenagers and how readily authority figures facilitate transition Missing so far in the media's patently biased and circumscribed I said careful with the words Willingness to acknowledge that perhaps this is more than just the utopian realization of the sexual revolution It's the mission of their complicity and facilitating this reality Social pressure works media propaganda work And now all of a sudden more and more people identify With the LGBT Well I don't even know what to call it The anything goes crowd In everything goes crime
"corinna" Discussed on A Way with Words: language, linguistics, and callers from all over
"Oh, they're words that are reduplicated to come up, be names are famous expressions. Corinna Corinna mere and liar liar, names of movies, actually. Yes, they are all movies, yes, well done. Mirror mirror liar liar Corinna Corinna. How about this one? Number, judge, proverb. Preach his girls could get this one. He's just gonna say the very same thing, grant, those are books in the Bible. If pluralize, they do the whole book of the Bible. Yes, very good. Number, strain, air. These are all references to types of musical music. Yes, they are a synonym for a song or a tune, a number, a strain or an air, very good. Here's the last one. Heart, pace, plan. Heart, HEART, HEART, pace, PACE, plan, PLAN, heart, pace, plan. Plan maker. Blank of heart of pace of plane. Oh, change of, that's it. Change of heart, change of pace. Wow. Change a plan. Okay, change of plans. I was going to do some more, but I think we're going to stop right there. That's our change of plans. You guys were fantastic, though, congratulations. You did your common bonds very well. John, thank you very much for the games. We always appreciate it. Take care and be well. Thank you guys, YouTube. Bye bye. All right, bye bye. This show is about language. We'd love to take your calls and questions here..
"corinna" Discussed on Not Another D&D Podcast
"So you broke in. There's a wild dog. I think janitor need this to go well, so like they're not pushing it. Because everyone's gonna be like, oh, okay. So yeah, we got there, started petting the dog and they didn't want to be like, make a thing and kick the dog out. So they kind of like, they rolled with it. I appreciate it myself. That would be classic Jan and try. I love that you're dumb status intelligence for your talking at talking dog. So the only explanation is that we're talking dog. He's a dumb ass, but he's still talking about. So he's pretty smartest dog. He's not a dog. He says don't smart dog. Yeah. What do we want to name this? This dude. Okay, so we don't really need to follow the conventions anymore because it isn't dogs. We're going to have a dog. Yeah, a dog named for him. I'm just gonna pull up a random word generator. Okay. Word. His name could be the I'm on the purina website. Okay, great. Oh, shout out to Corinna. Our sponsor. Thank you. No, don't say that for all we know they're in like fucking scandals. Thank God. There's so many. I have to choose the dog's personality. I tried to go to one of those for suburban generator and I was just like, I'm not filling out a fucking quiz. What about football? Okay. I know. A dog named football who's good at juggling. Yeah. This is from folly lives.
"corinna" Discussed on Impaulsive with Logan Paul
"I got to say that i really do. Because they look like each other. I'll tell you why we're all yellow. They go lakers game. That was once that was a mistake. Why what was the mistake over yellow at the same time. Yeah what was that stupid. Yeah what's the problem. Why don't you like colonel. I'm like a super khanna hands off you know like i kinda suck as a as a hands on like helicopter boyfriend. I think that's what you need. A sent a helicopter. You wanna say you pretty needy you needy i. I don't think any of the hell. I am nin. I don't think any of the helicopter boyfriend. Well what about the helicopter. If anything i would like to like push around my boyfriend them my way from push around me like physically salt.
"corinna" Discussed on Impaulsive with Logan Paul
"That i had so many tweets on it and i was in a car and i was like head out the sunroof and it was like twenty fourteen or something was recording myself. I said i think the bug but it was being cut it. You know it was. It was back in like the vine chop chop johnnie ochre and i mean hundreds and hundreds of people were like she said the n. Word and i said all the bug. And when i called today that i couldn't believe that i had to quote it but i called the sweet and said hey. I'm really sorry if you thought like this is not what i said here. And everyone's like oh. We know you didn't say that but it was like hundreds of people that had quote you this before. I said anything like we're convinced. I had said this only what i feel. You usually just ignore it. I know i don't people thinking that and the fact that it is fucking crazy. I'm going thinking everything. I know the time on me. Super like yeah. That's like somebody's thinking something all the time. Like there's someone out there right now. Who thinks that karinna cop is a fucking russian agent. You know what i'm saying up. How does them now. i'm done. Yeah no who is the last person you addressed publicly. That's two in one show. Ladies record. Tannock who's alaska. Who's the last comment that you've addressed like. Has anyone said anything that really gets under your skin that you feel like you need to respond to know and i told you the one that she's up with all of la something new. We'll use to have some pretty serious back and forth with the men with the k. At the beginning of his name. Kim star. While i was just going to leave it at that. You guys hates me. I don't know what it is but he fucking hates me. What do you think the problem is. I don't fuck it now. have you ever said anything. Mean to upset now he just hates me for being a woman who's on the internet and assumes that every time i talked to anybody who has some sort of internet fame. I'm like dick writing them for cloud in. I don't know i've seen that. I've also seen your relationships with the people that you're like public with people though. I've really fucked like i'm not. This is not bad thing. But i really fucked up. I ever being any what like public with aidan. A truly is the biggest mistake of my life. Because i still. I was talking about this earlier. I still consistently get comments on. Everyone of my fucking tweets like yeah ratio with one like kriens ratio like jobless. Free like weird shit or. I'm like just like one word or one letter jobless freak. Yeah so. I don't know i don't know i don't think it doesn't matter if i test but ricky called me one day was like hey do you wanna do aden's stream again like squash. The beef and i was like ricky now like you couldn't pay me to go. I don't want that like. I don't want that anymore..
"corinna" Discussed on Impaulsive with Logan Paul
"Dsc impulsive and click the link in the description below back to the show. You have been spiking. And i think i think launch only fans after that i mean i saw a huge spike to. I'm like i gained like three hundred thousand dollars in scotland. I haven't got paid and you had a follower spike. Yeah damn. I don't know what happened recently. I got a question. Are you worried or were you worried about receiving any judgment for finally taking that step and signing up for only fads we. We've had a guest on here in the past who who was hesitant you know would probably have a killer. Only fans was hesitant to do it. Because of the stigma that comes attached to signing up for only fence and showing nipple. Or i've already been shit on so much on the internet for our perception that they have of me being this horror that i really don't care i mean truly. It doesn't really bother me. I haven't gotten any negative like anything meaning people have perceived doing that way. Well i mean you can attribute that to the logs for sure. But i mean the blogs. Obviously they have this. I don't use this once. Somebody said it's me once they were like you have this image on the internet that you like fuck all these people that was me and behind those doors like don't anybody like literally. I can name people that. I've slept with in the last three or four years on one hand but then other people come off as this like i've never had in my life and they're like not. I'm not trying to like slut. Shame or anything of that. But there's girls internet who come off as like i've never had sex in my life and fucking you dude every night and i'm over here like i've seen multiple tweets of people saying oh she slept with all of l. a. And i'm like where do you know. Use this knowledge coming from. Because i literally don't fuck anybody you're backwards. It's interesting but why why though i mean. Maybe that's why you don't care that came from the blogs. I guess but maybe that's why i've okay with that. I've been with a lot of big names on the internet. I guess that's why because they all logan turner..
"corinna" Discussed on Impaulsive with Logan Paul
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"corinna" Discussed on Financial Feminist
"I mean you can want them just. Yeah it's the. It's the realization that i think a lot of times. We think we know it's best for us. We think we know what's best for ourselves and you have to be open to the possibility that what you think you is. Not actually what's supposed to happen. And even if that feels so shady in the moment and even that feels like you're derailed or like. Yeah it's it's trusting as who is the sounds. The universe is going to work out and that things are going to work out the way it's supposed to even if that feels really shitty. We're learning that in the pandemic right like nobody planned for this. Nobody planned for this. Nobody wanted this. But i hope that when we get out. There's there's so much that we've learned that we take into life. We learned to slow down that we learned to support each other. Support are black and brown neighbors and people of color that we learned to that scene. Our best friends in seeing our partners and seeing our family is something that we shouldn't take for granted i saw. Yeah we're recording this actue. I hit a million followers on talk which is super exciting a couple couple of days ago earlier this week. I got to see my friend. Corinna who i have not seen in a year and a half. We have virtual book club together. We facetime. i've. I've talked to her..
"corinna" Discussed on The Nick Taylor Horror Show
"The mentally very well. Well that's good at least look arena. Thank you again for this. This is a whole lot of fun. Huge congratulations on the movie. Any parting wisdom advice for those aspiring filmmakers out there I think for me. It is about finding things that you that meaningful to you and you find disturbing Focusing in a personal way. And i think there's a good chance it will be meaningful to other people draped perfect on. Thank you again on a all right. Here's always some key takeaways from this conversation. With corinna number one revisit the seventies the seventies was a very innovative time for filmmakers in the wake of the dissolving of the studio system here you saw the unbridled rise of autour and renegade filmmakers and as far as decades none of them compare to the seventies in terms of creativity and just brash filmmaking while making the power carina cinema diet consisted of a number of seventies films and she focused intently on the work of robert. Altman te the edge in sophistication of the seventy sensibility shines through the power and gives it a very noticeable quality filmmaking and interesting storytelling it also helps that. The story takes place in the nineteen seventies if you're a student of film it would-be who've greatly to dive into this decade as much as possible as this was truly a golden age for independent film and maverick directors number to help take care of your health. Okay i'll admit this is a boring one but before you ring me out on twitter. Think about it. Carina learned that. Your health is your greatest assets as a director which is absolutely true but often the last thing to be taken care of while making a movie. We've talked about this a lot but yes while making your films there will be sleepless nights. There will be uphill battles. There will be way too much coffee and aching bones but it greatly benefits. He was director to take care of your health as much as you can. Being healthier increases your physical endurance. Your emotional resilience your problem solving ability and your overall cognition. These are all things you will need high supplies of when you're on set so hard as it is do you can to get adequate sleep exercise and a decent diet number three find a mentor slash cheerleader..
"corinna" Discussed on The Nick Taylor Horror Show
"I mean it was very unnerving throughout the course of movie even unnerving things. We're not occurring on camera. You know the acid patient element was was huge. It felt like it was driven by the sound. Yeah you know. I mean i think those are the bits. He really loved and films. The best is all. The bits for stuff isn't happening. I can make a whole film of films of the bits before stuff happens. I love the i. Just love the anticipation but all it is. That's when the text is the richest i think is what it's not really a foul necessarily kind of a set piece. Oh order of action. It's when you get just look at look at this at and look the the other elements to it and sink in that world. It's really really interesting you touched on. I'm sorry go ahead now. Nothing nothing you touched on the fact that the success of this project was born in the midst of another project that did not work out feel like a lot of filmmakers. Get to that point. Where they're about tips on green light and they're about to make a project in the rug gets pulled and i feel like a lot of people might not recover from that and you touched on the idea of endurance as a filmmaker. Could you tell us a little more about that time period and how you were able to bounce back i mean clearly it was good to have a champion in the organization but a lot of times seed of a project is present in the failure of a previous project the the pitch the movie before and they clearly show a lot of promise in you and you know here you are now but i feel like a lot of people may have given up because even when you do when you when you pitch a movie when you're about to make a movie it's exhausting writing the script and rewriting taking notes and taking meetings and it can take years and then to have the rug pulled out from under it can be very disheartening but that did not sell like stopped you..
"corinna" Discussed on The Nick Taylor Horror Show
"It was maybe more about going back to touchstone films and just really thinking about why why they would for me. A big influence on. This was the innocence by jack creighton. Great one yeah That had a big impact me the first time i saw it. I love it so restrained. An kind of creeps get unscheduled under your skin slowly on a wanted to try and create a similar effect with this one. It's been remade so many times recently. There was a remake remake and then the hauling hill houses entirely based on two but the original. The black and white movie is absent masterpiece. It's so so elegantly. Done in year ian. Yeah it's a really really great one. Yeah it's great because you the the kind of sense of malices quite ambiguous and you never really know whether there was a kind of. It's not really about good or bad or evil. It's about the kind of whole the whole sev- relationships in that place and and the lead character isn't strong quality of all of his children which you touch on a new news. Well that was yeah Yeah spice children. Being witness to adult behavior unhealthy that the idea of of children being innocent all in the first place. and then then how what they're saying affects them I love in. That folks is very ambiguous. I mean i think in story the the one central child is she is an innocent animals. Right would y But i i do love that kind of the presence of children in horror films in in supernatural films. Put us There's all say something. That's i don't think i've ever been scared of. Anything is when i was a child. When i was tiny that pule kind of tara concerned mcbrayer and relate to it. I think when. I see a child in that situation. I'm taking place. I miss that place. I miss being legitimately frightened of movies. It's been a while since a move back not so much. It takes some really extreme stuff to get under my skin these. I miss that childhood feeling of being scared of is this movie little too intense for me and just kind of braving through scarier movies. Yeah that feeling. It's hard to get back but All you can the only way to get it back as soon stahler. I think for me anyway. Yeah that's you're saying. I guess there was a bit of nostalgia and this for me in the i'd probably my most intense Joyful experiences michigan were kind of teenage area of life But in all story it is a story about the vulnerability of being on an abandoned child. And you know being small in a huge place and how is got lost. Yeah there's a really strike. Well first of all i think the idea of setting this during a time period when england would historically speaking to save power would put it was. It was london right. it was just london. Uk why do all the uk well. The uk was plunged into darkness. Every single night it'd be intentional blackouts to save power and i mean my god. What a perfect setting for a horror movie for it goes story. But there's very striking seen. When the main protagonist a woman is pushed basically into darkness and it felt very potent symbolic. Could you tell us a little more about just the overall larger symbols that were at play here in the story. Yeah i think it was a really interesting process making a film. Because i think there was some lions emerged when i actually saw what written being scheldt The i hadn't really quite. How many layers there were. It's it's about a girl who doesn't really have a voice Who has a past that. She has not been allowed to express..
"corinna" Discussed on The Nick Taylor Horror Show
"I think this was probably the same in the world. So yeah i mean. It's scenario ripe. The horrendous behavior with so much history in those places and so many just horrific occurrences surprised that more of those Martyrs institutions are severely wanted. I think there is one and again. I keep your gonna name places but there is a former sanitarium in connecticut that is completely shuttered and they have guards outside making sure people don't go in because young kids going in the middle of the night and the do vigils and they would try to conjure spirits and apparently it's super haunted. People get injured all the time and they have to have armed. I don't know if they're armed with. They have the guards outside me interesting yet. I seven just as they are kind of this incredible places we we did. She fill in unreal hospital. That was built late. Victorian era and it was a psychiatric fluctuate But they i can see why people who want to experience. Some extreme odroid replaces because that they do have incredibly strong atmospheres. Whether you believe in ghosts they they have something so potent and different about them to any other kinds of space. And i think you can just feel the layers of history on the suffering rarely. That's happened in kind of spaces. I feel the energy gets trapped in those spaces. Did you go on field trips to places that had this gun history. Yeah we went to quite a few different places. Because i had one rail railway west which was to she to in a real hospital being by budget. We wanted to use what we could to to lend it scale. An atmosphere and i felt that we could. I really wanted to try and capture. Just a tiny little bit of what we're talking about in in the space in the filming it And we went to a few places and that they were all stream -ly strange and creepy places because they were huge and they're completely empty they don't last for very long hicks..
"corinna" Discussed on The Nick Taylor Horror Show
"A welcome back to the nick taylor. Horror show. karina faith is a british writer and director. Who recently made her feature debut with the power. The power tells the story of a young nurse who was forced to work the night shift in a crumbling hospital during time when england was plunged into mandatory blackouts night to conserve power. This is actually true as she works. Her shifts by candlelight a terrifying presence threatens to consume her everyone around her. The power is a very atmospheric and spooky supernatural thriller and the concept of nightly blackouts in an asylum is extremely effective and very erie. The power is now streaming on shudder. Carina and i discussed the making of the power. Her supernatural research process and big director lessons from her first feature all this and so much more on. Today's episode of the nick taylor horseshoe. Now please give it up for director of the power karina faith carina. Has it going high very well. Thank you good good. Let's hope yeah it's great to talk to you too so i'm a. I'm a huge supernatural fan. I'm always curious about the kind of inception of every. Everybody does a supernatural movie. There's their supernatural element. Has its own kind of rules in mythology. And i'm curious how you arrived at yours wa. I am probably of all the areas of genre film east ghost stories all my favorites and i was actually looking specifically for a ghost story to write satan archie really hard to to find the right kind of nub that strong enough and has enough difference to expand on because it is such a classic form but i was I was it was a long time ago. I started rights the project by good six years at the time there was a huge amount of News breaking up hidden institutional scandal in the nineteen seventies specifically which is also another era. I was reading. Sit in sesame. End because Films i like from that time. So i started getting interested in the at the area generally and i found the story. So.
The Invisible Issue: Understanding Statelessness
"Could not cloth and it got to rina are both stateless. Carina has a said if a kid with autism as the birthplace aboard ones under the ussr. Rena immigrated to the us on a soviet possible cash twenty two in all their forms of identification rented them as belonging to the soviet union. A nation that no longer exists. There is so much wrong with this situation. It seems to be this this perfect storm of unfortunate diamond place but is my take on this story. I think it points to something more implicated of things. We can control from upholding. Basic human rights to adopting accessible fair bats to citizenship as countries societies individuals. Be are failing to do that now. I am not an expert on this matter. I cannot even re-lead to the experiences of these two guests but this interview was undoubtedly a teaching moment. And i am in awe of carina and he got to rina's resilience weakness wonder ability fear. I think all those emotions are important to own. And it's stories like these becky peak going. And i hope i really hope it touches you wear blue are disputed food incredible moving strong story and i hope that in a way you feel more creches and cognisant so let's get started. Welcome corinna and it got reena to immigrants. I am extremely excited to have both of you here. Thank you so much saudi to pleasure to be here and having us so normally. I know how to begin the interview or way to start but i'll be honest today. I'm struggling a bit because what we are going to talk about is so critical to the basic idea of human dignity and yet the issue itself is invisible. We don't hear about it I have worked in the human rights. Space for a long john hayman. Unfortunately statelessness was never bought of my consciousness. Which is sad. Because i've worked with refugees. I worked with asylum-seekers. I worked with persecuted populations but this is something. That is an invisible problem. So i want to start with the basics. Can you explain what it legally means to be stateless and shared how one can become stateless weather here in the. Us art abroad without question. Still snus is often referred to as a kind of an invisible issue steals mrs global human rights problem that affects people in nearly every country on the planet a stateless person but definition is someone who is not considered a national by any state under the operation of its law in other words. Steelers person is someone who has no country. No nationality in every country in the planet would consider and treat them as a foreigner. Imagine that estimated fifteen million people worldwide are in fact st louis in terms of how it happens. I'd say that most people would agree. The cases of statelessness occur as a result of a discrimination of one type or another so laws and practices that are discriminatory whether it's gender-based religion-based ethnicity or race. Based are the main drivers of statelessness. Of course additional factors such as shifting borders or when whole countries dissolve and become replaced with other countries and this is called state succession as well as lack of proper birth. Registration practices can all be major factors. sometimes nationality laws of countries can be a conflict with one another so how nationalities obtained for example in the united states. People can be born into being an american. Or if they're born to american citizens is two pathways that us employees But in other countries sometimes they can conflict and the result in statelessness on but it is important to remember that we are talking about human beings right and well on the surface. This may sound is such a technical term in a complicated situation. What we're talking about is human beings who find themselves living their lives without protection of any country with no legal entity and there's quite often no way out of the situation because many countries don't have protective mechanisms to allow stateless person to get their nationality. Back i wanted to add that in the united states statelessness appears in so many different ways. But you know we are a huge diversity between different experiences and wishes and backgrounds and just last year a groundbreaking report came out by these senator for migration studies and that report estimated there over two hundred thousand stateless people and at risk people that are at risk of statelessness in the united states. You know on a diversity speaks four Data where we are in the us represent from over thirty different countries and territories of the world. This looks really different than what appears and other areas of the world where there's a specific ethnicity specific race or sex that is targeted You know in further and there's multiple ways person a stateless person appears in the us or comes to the us you know we are asylum seekers that were denied the claim some of us came on visa tourist or student. Some of us are refugees. Some of us have temporary. Protective status says were victims of trafficking a one point our lives we unaccompanied minors. Statelessness does at the center of the displacement in the us and there is no legal framework to acknowledge the issue so united nations has to conventions d nineteen fifty four convention on start of st louis and then the nineteen sixty one convention which aims to prevent statelessness and reduce it over tying and it does require states to establish safeguards in their nationality laws to prevent statelessness at birth and later in life. But sometimes i feel like despite having these conventions and hoping that countries will ratify them and be signatures. Do these conventions. I don't see many countries working towards that goal. Why do you think it is so inconvenient. For different nation states to solve this issue if we think about the human rights framework the global human rights framework and we think about united nations. I mean even the term united nations. It's representative of united nations right so the interests of countries will be always superseding those than interests of non-countries right and in case of statelessness. We're talking about human beings who are literally left without the protection of countries. They're not linked or bonded to any state so as a consequence i mean that could be definitely. I believe considered as one of the contributing causes. You know so until very recently there has been very little advocacy on behalf of stateless persons. But this is starting to change so there. Definitely global initiatives including of course unhcr who are mandated by the united nations to protect stateless persons. But the work is definitely a starting to pick up
The Murder of Karina Vetrano
"Sixteen year old retired firefighter fill the TROTTO is a proud New Yorker. He grew up in the big apple. Raised his family there. Was Even a first responder to Ground Zero on nine eleven. For Him. All seem normal on August second twenty sixteen another sunny summer day as he enjoyed his retirement at home in Howard beach. A middle to upper class neighborhood in the borough of Queens. That afternoon, his thirty year old daughter Karina trotto invited him to go jogging through spring. Creek, Park as they had many times before. This particular day however Phil had a bag and decided against going for a run. But this didn't discourage Carina. She was an avid runner and it was a beautiful day. He was going for a jog with or without him. They'll new his daughters jogging trail that it was known to occasionally attract migrants. Expressed, concerned about her going alone. I don't think it's a good idea told her. But CORINNA. was. Being Carita. After all she'd run this same trail by herself many times before. Don't worry daddy she said before leaving. I'll be okay. But worry would begin to set in when late afternoon churn to evening And Karina at still not returned from her jog. Fill. Called her cell phone. No answer. And he called again. And again. And again. Still. No. Answer. and. No Return Call. What Phil didn't know is that Corinna was unable to answer her phone. And she would never. Be Coming Home Again War. Anger. We've all felt it. Whether IT'S A. Annoy annoyance a full full-on rage. Or somewhere in between. But. How we manage our anger is different for everyone. Some people manage their anger by counting to ten. Or perhaps taking a moment to focus on your breathing. Others go to the gym and lift weights or punch a punching bag. Some people repeat a mantra to calm themselves down while others talked with therapist or take anger management classes. Whatever the method managing your anger is more important than you realize because when something makes us angry and. We don't deal with it. It can manifest and lead us to taking out our anger on other people that have nothing to do with what made us angry in the first place. In psychology this is known as displacement. Or more specifically displaced aggression. And the interesting yet scary thing about displaced aggression. Is that it is a defense mechanism. And it usually occurs unconsciously. Let's pretend your boss yelled at you for something that wasn't your fault and they just won't listen to reason. Vending your frustration at that point on them. Could get you fired. So you hold onto your anger until you get home. Where you find yourself almost without realizing it. Snapping at your spouse or your children or even your pet at some minor irritation at they've caused. This scenario is an example of displaced aggression. When all your frustration has built to a near breaking point in a small unrelated action tips over. Unleashing disproportionate outpouring of anger when guilty of this behavior at some point in our lives to varying degrees. But for most of us, it's not really a big problem. We apologize for our brief angry temper if we need to. And move on. But can displaced aggression caused someone to do something that they cannot apologize for? Something that they can't take back. Something violent. Could displace. Digression. Caused someone to murder a complete stranger. Unfortunately as you'll soon learn. The answer. Is Yes. I'm an angel purity. I am an angel yearning from charity. I'm an angel, his wings so wide ready to take flight. I am an angel with a dark side. This is Korean. Toronto reciting a poem she wrote called the Paradox in the twenty thirteen short film with the same name.
"corinna" Discussed on Activate Your Wealth Show
"When we chose to incarnate here, we chose to follow the pulse. Of evolutionary consciousness. When I mean by that is we chose to come to a planet that's evolving. and. Moving through an historical time line moving through a historical time line of separation and polarity. One where the frequency of love is not. Typically, a welcome vibration. In fact, competition polarity, hate violence. That is what we experience here on Earth. You chose to come here and. Be a transformer. Be A disruptor being up router. So the question is how can retract the wealth new you deserve. A soul level intuitively. And you WANNA create a massive impact in the world. How do you do this and serve your clients to the highest level? How do you break through and overcome your current situation and start manifesting the wealth that you know you deserve. Hello, my name's Corinna Stewart I'm so wealth coach seven figure entrepreneur running my spiritually conscious business, and I have dedicated my life to debating wealth and purpose. For spiracy conscious entrepreneurs. And on the activate your wealth, show how your guy. To show you. How? To activate your well. Step into your purpose in a powerful way and make a profound difference in the world while doing it. Thanks for joining me..
Animal Slander! Debunking 'Birdbrained' And 'Eat Like A Bird'
"All right first up bird brained again. People say this when they're implying somebody needs to get it together or they're scattered. Yeah clearly not a compliment right so for more on this you talked to Corinna newsom. Hello Hi Emily. Yeah Hey how are you? I'm good how are you good? Good my name's emily. Corinne is a Grad student at Georgia Southern University studying birds and before that she was zookeeper she's got a deep well of experience to draw upon for today's episode. What's your relationship with that phrase bird brained? I usually get a little bit offended when I hear the word bird brained as a person who spent a lot of time training birds For the purpose of education and showing off natural behaviors. I've gotten a chance to look very closely. At how birds think and understanding the way that they think and being very impressed with their cognition and so when I hear people use bird brained as an insult. I am. Dan Personally insulted. You gotta stand by Your burs. Starting off strong. I mean you gotta set the tone. Okay trusted expert. Witness Carina newsom approaching the bench. Hit us with that sweet sweet evidence. Carina SAYS BIRDS ARE OVERALL PRETTY SMART. Cognition depends on the species of course but birds in the Corbett family like crows and Ravens are wicked smart. Oh Yeah Yeah Yeah. They can memorize faces. They were Super Cool. Experiments on that in some crows can make tools which is usually associated with primates. Correct and you know what other birds are. Smart Parrots. They are incredibly social animals. They are also very skilled at mimicry. At recognizing even memorizing patterns At picking up on behavioral cues from humans. Corinna says that parents are tough pets precisely because they're so smart you have to give them mental stimulation and if you don't they're going to occupy themselves which oftentimes may end up looking like biting your furniture tearing apart your shoes wreaking havoc on your home here. It's need constant mental stimulation or else. It's just havoc and all of this has to do with connections inside their brains. Do I smell little data? Kwon Oh you. Do you better believe you do so a couple of years ago. This study came out that looked at brains across different types of birds songbirds parrots various birds of prey and the study looked closely at this part of the brain called the medial spira form nucleus which helps connect the Sara Bellum to the Tel and south one. Zero Bhalla is at the back of the brain deals with muscle movements balance. That kind of stuff. Do you know what that is yet? Yeah I know stuff kwong. Okay fine well do you know at the Telegraph. Alana's I yes. Go read do go right ahead. What is it okay. All right Gimme second. There's a lot of stuff in the brain Yeah it's this really intricate set up structures in the brain that are required for some of the most complex and evolved functions. Yeah you clearly. Google that With I can't you're breaking up on going through a tunnel. Ma'am you're in a closet? You can't be gone through the same time all right anyway. Moving on the key here. Is that the bridge connecting these two parts. The medial spire form. Nucleus and birds is a mark of strong cognitive abilities and parrots have an unusually large medial spiral form nucleus for their size so the birds have small low noggins but really advanced Lil Naga. Oh yeah good point. That was my follow up question to this research. Carino was talking about two and so despite the fact that birds have like very very small brains Usually like the size of a walnut forest and even larger Brain Bird. Those brains are the most effective at packing neurons compared to any other brains including Mammalian brains. So you hear that birds punching above their weight when it comes to neural density honestly. I'm not surprised. So some birds have about as many neurons in therefore brain than like a primate so because their brain has some complex folding and the the neurons are closer physically closer together inside of the brain. They can have a large number of neurons accomplishing a lot of the same goals that animals with bigger brains and their but fewer neurons have. Okay Kwong the verdict on bird brained. Oh you know what it is Mattie. Do I even need to say it slander? Getting so good that you taught me how could Lord okay? Okay my turn so I looked into the phrase eat like a bird. Oh yeah very curious about this. People will say that it suggests. Someone doesn't eat very much that they're like peckish right. Which you know the official. Npr shortly position is that just. Don't comment on how much or how little somebody eats you know what I mean. Generally speaking yeah mine. You're on food business. Yes so okay. Let us start our examination of eat like a bird by considering the simple hummingbird. Do you know how they eat. Deer Kwan no no I do not dear Mattie but I fear but I fear you are about to tell me in excruciating detail first of all let me start off by saying you're welcome second introduce you to Alejandro Trico. He is an assistant professor of biology at the University of Washington on curator of birds at the Burke Museum of the University of Washington. But before that when he was a graduate student at the University of Connecticut he was part of one of my favorite bird. Eating related experiments ever so humming. Birds have really long tongues that dart out to get nectar and for a long time scientists. Thought that the tongue worked like a tiny tiny little tube so small the nectar. Kinda just shoots up the tongue on its own by what's called capillary action Ali in his boss Margaret Ruby. The did not by this capillary action. Theory Oh We were discussing. How the equations and the predictions from those capillaries don really made sense in terms of what the actual the hummingbirds in nature look like. But here's the thing on one does not simply eyeball a hummingbird tongue. These little are as thin as a fishing line and they dart in and out of the beak at like fifteen to twenty times per second. Whoa so to solve these problems. What we devise were tiny transparent flowers with flat sides so we could film through it and see the action happening on. We needed high speed video because it's happening so fast so we were filming between a thousand and two thousand frames per second just to see how long would interact with the nectar. So cool all right so. They made little glass flowers so they could film through them. That's that's pretty genius. Yeah and what they saw kwong. It changed the Hummingbird game. What we saw is that the Humbert on when he touches the nectar. I the portion that is inside the liquid on falls on it has little fringes on those tubes on those open up. Oh so it definitely isn't just a static little tube no not even close as the tongue is shooting out of the beak. It's compressed by the beak but when the tip of tongue hits the nectar it splits into two like a little snake tongue and those tips. They have these little flaps that hoping an those flaps fill up with nectar. That is so amazing.
Coronavirus Tests States' Under-Funded Public Health Systems
"Tip of the iceberg. That is how one doctor working on the Cova. Nineteen outbreak in Washington state describes new cases discovered over the weekend. Cova nineteen is the disease caused by corona virus and public health agencies. Believed more cases will be found as testing picks up all this though is straining an already underfunded public. Health System will stone from member station K. EX reports from Seattle. A lot goes into chasing a virus much out of sight at the downtown headquarters of Public Health Seattle and King County. Staffers Huddle over their laptops fielding phone calls and directing a massive public health mobilization cove nineteen cases are emerging here without any clear linked to travel and it's raising concern that Washington State may be on the cusp of a widespread outbreak. The health officer for Seattle and King County is Dr Jeff Do Chen. Or we've got an amazingly large challenge in front of us with this new cases coming on very close together. A few schools linked to cases are temporarily closed. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has sent a team to investigate a deadly outbreak at a nursing. Home in Kirkland. Just east of Seattle do Chin says it's now clear. The virus has been circulating locally but only recently did state labs begin to do the tests themselves and on more types of patients that's led to more cases being discovered so our team is working pretty much around the clock to follow up on all of these cases all their potential interactions. They've had recently more than one hundred people at his department are part of the covy nineteen response. And they're hiring. They need nurses disease investigators and public health workers and it's costing a lot of money. Corinna Elson boss is preparedness director for Seattle and King County. She says the corona virus response is costing as much as two hundred thousand dollars a week. We are now entering a new phase of looking at. What is this look like when we have widespread transmission in the community? Ellison boss was here in two thousand nine and two thousand ten during the outbreak of the H. One N one flu one big difference between now and then unfortunately we have less staff than we did. During h one n one and we have not had sustained investments in public health preparedness budgets are tight for many public health departments throughout Washington. Congress is working on emergency funding. That could free up. Billions of dollars for cove.
"corinna" Discussed on CritterCast
"Welcome to critter cast officially episode forty-three who forty-three but is it forty three I think so I think that right yeah because we had not episode forty three yes yeah yeah because we were busy and so we were very tired not gonna rest pile extra episode right after you listen to a non episode last week and that ended up being way longer than I thought it was going to be it was still full forty five minutes we had a lot to say well anyway thanks for tuning into joining us I am co-host Corinna I'm cassie and this is critter cast the podcast where we talk about all the wild wacky and are full things relating to all the animals in the world it's marine Max about her animal friends it.
Aaron Hord, Sonny Perdue And Megan Mccurdy Corinna discussed on All Things Considered
"This just in from the US department of agriculture secretary Sonny Perdue has announced he's moving about five hundred jobs from Washington DC to the Kansas City area, and parts cut cost in part to get the department closer to the farming areas that it serves unions, representing the affected workers say they will fight the move as have democratic lawmakers who say it'll mean a big loss of specialized workers will choose not to relocate. Fact is moving for work has been on the decline in America from the workplace culture desk. Marketplace's Megan McCurdy Corinna has more on why that is twenty four year old Aaron hord was just out of college when he decided to make a big move from the Tampa, Florida area. He called home to
Influencers can use Instagram's new shopping features to sell products
"Is getting deeper into the business of selling stuff the photo sharing app owned as you know, by Facebook is already full of influencers exhibit, the Kardashians that is people with huge followings who post about products, they use or get paid to us. But now Instagram is gonna make it possible for users to buy those self-same products from influencers right inside the app. No linking out two separate websites. Marketplace's Megan McCarthy Corinna. Find out what makes us instead by Ed Carroll likes to think he's immune to digital advertising, but he loves Instagram. That's where he sees buddies vacations and check out all the cute dog os. And that's how they get him. And I bought like a vest for her. And then I've also bought her jackets, plus some t shirts for her human owners one says the Chihuahua avengers, which is the avengers imagined as traumas similar advertise. Two minutes feed others recommended by Instagram accounts. He follows he might have actually bought more. But he says it can be cumbersome to go through the purchasing process in the little browser on his phone. That's why integrating sales into the Instagram app. Could be a game changer says Ravi Dhar a behavioral psychologist in marketing. Professor at Yale use fiction and small ways it can have a big impact. He says Instagram is already space that's conducive impulse buying because it's not primarily shopping destination. People have their guard down and they can be easily convinced plus Instagram is increasingly wear potential consumers liked to be says may car. Wow. Sqi who runs a marketing firm, specializing in influencers? You look at how frankly toxic Twitter is all of the debates. Happening on Facebook and Instagram is very much about creating yet little happy moments. But the very fact that Instagram is so good at making us want to buy stuff. Good someday drive people like Ed Carroll away. Probably Probably turn turn me. me off. I wouldn't use as much.
"corinna" Discussed on KQED Radio
"In Los Angeles. I'm Carl moved all it is Wednesday may the first good as always to have long everybody. Ladies and gentlemen, we take you now to the Federal Reserve building in Washington DC fed chair Jay Powell at the Mike the state of the American economy in twenty five seconds. You know, I think all all I can see is that we have an economy where we're where the expansion is continuing growth, this is at a healthy level. The labor market is strong. We see job creation. We see wages moving up. Inflation is low which gives us the ability to be patient, and we do expect it to move up. And we wanted to move up to two percent. So I I see I see us on a on a good path for this year chair pal gang at the Federal Open Market committee, wrapped up a two day meeting today, macroeconomic policy and interest rates, of course, on the agenda. Macro academy. We just gave you interest rates. Well, Mr Powell was relentlessly new. Neutral refused every opportunity to give hint about where he thought rates were going either up or down the word of the day, actually, wasn't rates or patient a word. He is often fond of saying Jay pal. Inflation was the word cloud winner today. Forty five times in a forty five minute press conference. Yes, we counted. Because as we told you earlier this week ain't nobody can really figure out why inflation is so low right now with the economy and the job market doing. So well, still Powell is pretty neutral about it. We say in our statement of of longer run goals monetary policy strategy that the committee would be concerned if inflation were running persistently above or below two percent. So persistent carries the sense of something that's not transient something that will sustain over a period of time. I love the way he gives vocabulary lessons, right? In other words. Inflation is bouncing around a little bit cheer Powell said. But the fed is good with that on the maybe not so great front trade. I think one thing would be that the. The resolution of the uncertainty around these training stations would I would guess be a positive for business sentiment. Just not right away. Most of the gains though, I would expect if let let from even from a successful trade negotiation would come in overtime. They I don't think they wouldn't be the kind of thing where you'd immediately feel big affects right away. But they could be quite important over over a longer period. Ger pal said he is counting on businesses and consumers to keep driving the economy. So here with another opportunity for us to consume Instagram is getting deeper into the business of selling stuff the photo sharing app owned as you know, by Facebook is already full of influencers exhibit, the Kardashians that people with huge followings who post about products, they use or get paid to us. But now Instagram is gonna make it possible for users to buy those self-same products from influencers right inside the app. No linking out two separate websites. Marketplace's Megan McCarthy Corinna. Find out what makes us instead by Ed Carolina's to think he's immune to digital advertising, but he loves Instagram. That's where he sees his buddies vacations and chicks out all the cute dog goes. And that's how they get him a trauma and I bought like a best for her. And then I've also bought her jacket, plus some t shirts for human owners one says the Chihuahua avengers, which is the avengers imagined AS Roma's similar advertise. Two minutes feed others recommended by Instagram accounts. He follows he might have actually bought more. But he says it can be cumbersome to go through the purchasing process in the little browser on his phone. That's why integrating sales into the Instagram at could be a game changer says Ravi Dhar behavioral psychologist in marketing professor at Yale. If you would use fiction and small ways, it can have a big impact. He says Instagram is already space that's conducive to impulse buying because it's not primarily shopping destination. People have their guard down and it can be. Easily convinced plus Instagram is increasingly wear potential consumers liked to be says may car. Wow. Sqi who runs a marketing firm, specializing and influencers? You look at how friendly toxic Twitter is all of the debates happening on Facebook and Instagram is very much about creating little happy moments. But the very fact that Instagram is so good at making us want to buy stuff. Good someday drive people like Ed Carroll away. It would probably turn me off. I wouldn't use as much. I'm Megan McCarthy Carino for marketplace. So it was all about consumer behavior that story for Megan was, right? Well, here's another one about how what consumers do affect how they by corporate merger division. The publisher McGraw Hill says it is going to spend five billion dollars to buy sin gauge, that's another big textbook publisher. It would create the second biggest textbook provider in the country. The deal would deal getting done because consumers of textbooks students. Of course, have been giving that dusty old textbook business a run for its money. Marketplace's justin. Oh is on that one textbook. Prices have skyrocketed over the last twenty years. But lately that starting to change. This is.
We might not be headed for recession after all
"We begin on this Tuesday with a stipulation and a caveat. The stipulation is that economic predictions can bring great peril to the one doing the predicting. There are a whole lot of unknown. Unknowns out there to get all Rumsfeld in on you hear the caveat, though, is that if you read enough tea leaves for long enough, you can get a pretty good sense of where things might be heading might being the operational phrase, which gets us at long last to the point. There has been in this economy much talk in the last six months, maybe a year issue of recession sooner rather than later to the stock market. You remember had a case of the willies retail sales were slipping trade wars, and Brexit, you know, the drill. Well, things might be changing. Marketplace Megan McCarthy Corinna took the pulse of the economic outlook today to see whether there might be. Reason for optimism the economist I talked to weren't exactly excited about the state of the economy when I asked them how it's going. Okay. Not too bad. Yeah. No. I mean, we're not heading into the abyss. That's not fantastic. But it's very far from a recession. That's an improvement. Right. Mark Zandi chief economist with Moody's analytics who we heard I says the economy is looking better job numbers are strong consumer spending his bounced back and wages arising. They looked a lot more fragile started year than it does today. So I do think recession risks have but imminent recession risks have faded. So no imminent risks. It's helps that China's economy is also doing better than expected despite the disruption of the trade war says Cornell economist S, four Persad speaking here about China. The economy's not quite fighting on all cylinders, but at least the slowdown seems to have been averted to some extent, but there's still a lot of uncertainty. Elsewhere in the world says Michael Pearce with capital economics the abyss guy. Still got some pretty pretty strong headwinds to the economy this year, he points to economic vulnerabilities like Brexit and the potential for yet another government shutdown over budget clashes peers expects economic growth to continue to weaken certainly below the level. We saw after last year's tax cuts but dean Baker with the center for economic and policy. Research says that's not such a bad place to be good growth rate. We had two thousand twelve to two thousand seventeen so not great not this for now somewhere in between.
"corinna" Discussed on OC Talk Radio
"What a grand song was from Corinna May or the kindle ninth talk soon. Just listen to the children right. If you didn't get more reference somebody plays the children will that came from Mrs Lovejoy remember from the Simpsons. She's at that point only a few number of times. If you remember right yes we're going to hear the check Republican tree to the two thousand Nineteen Eurovision song contests and they represented by Lake Malawi. Yes Lake Malawi Imanol. We we also is lake NASA in Tanzania. I'm maybe late more so not only Tanzania but it also in Mozambique and do me yeah go right but it's no no. He's not lake. Malawi is an Indie pop band founded in two thousand thirteen by Albert. I'M GONNA try Surname Chechny. Okay now the so all the band is inspired by a Bon iver saw okay Liz since the very beginning like Lori ways aimed to make outside of their home country Czech Republic quick and as a consequence performs in English the band consists are which is lead vocals guitar. Also you have jerome who is on base in keys Antone who's who's on drums and Pavel who Rizvan also on drums yes now this is an incredibly modern song and it sort of Harper's to a little bit of michelob cheers from last austere in Aleppo pay. I think of a touch of of Oh Gosh I've forgotten Benjamin Grosso yes Sweden's entry last year just goes to share how much little I fought the century last year and have so tom for the last three years. Since Twenty fifteen raider cashbox resend trim must admit so here's the Republican for two thousand nine hundred Eurovision song contest in Tel Aviv Israel. Here is Lake Malawi with a friend of a friend. Can.
"corinna" Discussed on The Israel Hour Radio Archives
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Koreas Set Next Kim-Moon Summit for September 18-20
"The South Korean authorities have confirmed that president moon Jae-in will meet the North Korean leader, Kim Jong UN in Pyongyang for three days later this month, mister, Kim met officials from Seoul who've been in North Korea to arrange the talks Laura bicker is in Seoul, President maiden will visit Pyongyang for three days. He will become the first size Korean leader in more than a decade to visit Pyongyang later this month that welcome by Kim Jong into the South Korean envoys was warm. It was friendly. And it appears that the two sides have managed to speak frankly in a press conference. Besides Corinna, invoice have said that Kim Jong UN has expressed his frustration with the world that they are not believing his will to denuclearize and he has reiterated his claim that he wants to denuclearize the Korean
Julie Slater, Pomona and Officer discussed on The House Whisperer
"The house whisper julie slater as the news lift driver has allegedly stabbed a passenger near the university of san diego apparently the driver in one of three passengers got into a dispute over the passengers not being able to give the driver a drop off location the driver then till the passengers to get out that thirtythreeyearold driver has been arrested police in pomona are trying to figure out what led to the stabbing of campus parking officer at cal poly pomona officer was stabbed inside his truck the suspect was found a little after the stabbing and shot and killed by police la county sheriff's lieutenant john corinna says the suspect also worked on the campus as a custodian he looked out of it when they went to contact him well the witnesses said he started fighting with was your toxic katie was on.
Mexico, Nbc and Nato discussed on America in the Morning with John Trout
"Rally with her husband musician john legend and their two children as far as the president he repeated his position on twitter writing when people come into our country illegally we must immediately escort them back out without going through years of legal maneuvering ronaldo telo is the new acting director for us immigration and customs enforcement telo has been working as acting deputy commissioner of us customs and border protection replacing the retiring thomas homan an investigation is underway after a campus parking officer at cal poly pomona was fatally stabbed as he said inside his truck and the assailant was fatally shot a short time later by police los angeles county sheriff's lieutenant john corinna says the suspect was a custodian at the school he looked out of it and when they went to contact him well the witnesses said he started fighting with toxic eighty was those drugs had mental issues we don't know yet the attack occurred friday afternoon the names of the victims and suspects were not released west point is getting a new superintendent the first black officer to command the us military academy since it was founded in eighteen o two lieutenant general daryl williams will take over his the academy sixtieth superintendent in a ceremony tomorrow originally from alexandria virginia williams has served as the deputy chief of staff of the us army in europe and commander of nato allied land command williams is a nineteen eightythree graduate of west point you're listening to the latest from nbc news radio voters in mexico head to the polls the national election is expected to swing mexico's sharply to the left many campaigns across the country of violent over one hundred thirty mexican politicians have been killed since september including forty eight candidates by gangs and criminal groups attempting to control local politics the elections also of mobile is young voters nearly half of mexico's seventy two million eligible voters are under the age of thirty nine research confirms what many already believe about exercise and weight management api herald with more.