35 Burst results for "Cynthia"
Josh Mandel: J. D. Vance Has Been Camped out in Silicon Valley
"Today and in the past you've been backed by Tea Party organizations You've been backed by gun rights organizations You've been backed by outsider organizations You've been the outsider fighting all the time when you were treasurer You were the outsider fighting the entrenched government in Ohio and so forth I'm just asking you a straight question Was JD Vance anywhere to be seen or heard No word I mean literally this guy's been camped out in Silicon Valley for years his personal bread his business bread and his campaign bread is all buttered by Silicon Valley I mean like I said earlier I think he's a Silicon Valley sleeper cell And that's what he'll be in Washington as well And I think a lot of the people here in Ohio see JD advance and that's why they're going to reject them at the ballot box tomorrow And for any of you listeners that want to learn more about Ohio or their other parts of the country the websites real easy It's Josh mandel dot com J O S MAN to EL dot com It's not too late to pitch in if you want to go on there and pitch in ten bucks 20 bucks 50 bucks whatever it is We'll use the vote activities tonight and tomorrow We've got a huge get out the vote operation through churches and through pro gun groups and through pro life groups As you mentioned Mark I am the only candidate in the race that's endorsed by the national association of gun rights which is a no compromise not given an inch constitutional rights gun group I'm also the only candidate in the race endorsed by the right to life action coalition of Ohio who are the pointy tip of the spear leaders in the right to life movement and as mentioned been endorsed by senator Ted Cruz of Texas senator Mike Lee of Utah senator Cynthia lummis of Wyoming these are all senators who were endorsed by Jim demint in the Senate conservatives
Josh Mandel: We Have an Army of Constitutional Conservatives in Ohio
"Josh mandel it's a pleasure to have you with us How's it going there It's going well Mark We have this army of constitutional conservatives throughout the state that are fueling our campaign The political big brain say that whoever has the most money wins especially in a state like Ohio 7th largest state in the nation But we are defying political wisdom and we are winning this race because we have this army of constitutional conservatives and I think Mark that people in my state Ohio And frankly people throughout the country they're looking to send backbone steel spine constitutional conservative fighters to Washington People like Ted Cruz people like Mike Lee People like Cynthia lummis Jim Jordan and others And so when people look at my campaign they see that that is who I am I am a fighter And like you referenced I had no problem taking on John Kasich when he was acting like a Democrat in Columbus and I'll have no problem taking on Republicans who are acting like Democrats in Washington
Everyone Asks Charlie: Trump or DeSantis?
"Questions on our campus tour. In fact, we also have a lot of questions here for ask me anything. And Greg from Cincinnati and Carla from North Carolina and Cynthia from Arizona. They all have a very similar question. And I received this question at every single one of our campus stops, which is Charlie, Trump, or desantis, Trump, or desantis. And I answered it, I said, look, if Trump runs again, he's going to have my support. I said, he's earned it. He's been good to me. He's been good to the country. I consider him to be, I guess you could say a friend, and that's pretty cool to say. And he's been terrific. I also say though that Ron DeSantis has an opportunity at some point to be a once in a generation once in a century statesman. Ron DeSantis is hitting home run after home run after home run. Ron DeSantis has just now signed a pro life Bill that the left is losing their mind over. He signed the anti grooming Bill the parental rights education bill, he just signed a fatherhood initiative and on top of all of that, Ron DeSantis has bailed out the corrupt dumb and I would say double minded Republican establishment.
Charlie and Cynthia Garrett Discuss Media and Victimhood
"Garrett, who is a TV host at TBN and also part of the Salem family and an evangelist. Welcome to the Charlie Kirk show. Thanks as good to be here. How are you? Thank you. Good, so just introduce yourself a little bit further to our audience. Oh gosh. Well, it's great to be here. I'm a fan of yours. Thank you. I love what I love what you Young Turks are doing to be honest with you. I've been a television host for Young Turks. Yeah, you Young Turks. All right, I don't know about that. Oh, okay. That's an insult, but okay. All right. Oh yeah, it is. No, no, no. The Young Turks were like the Hitler youth, but that's okay. We'll talk about that later. Seriously? Yes. Okay, well, in Hollywood, where I grew up. Young Turks were the guys that actually ran the industry. Oh, really? Yes. Okay. Got it. Yeah, because there's a left wing organization called the Young Turks. See, but Charlie, I'm not that here. No, that's okay. You're good. I'm not that cool. I'm younger than you. No, you're very. Older than you. It's good. It's okay. I've been in television my entire life to be honest with you. I started out. I became the first woman of color to ever be given a network late night show. I started out on VH1, went to NBC network, and then have been under network contract for years. My faith started me producing faith based TV shows and content for TBN and other Christian platforms like Salem. And I published my books through Salem, I did my first book with, well, my second book with them actually, my second book is called I choose victory, moving from victim to Victor, which was released at the height of the pandemic, and not a lot of people wanted to talk about not being a victim. Through the last couple months. Why do you think that is? Why do people enjoy being victims? Because I think there's something called poverty of the mind that has afflicted America. What is that? That's interesting. What is it? It's interesting. It means I'm a victim. I go to victims groups because in the beginning, it makes me feel like I'm not a freak, and I'm okay. But then somewhere along the way, you get entrenched in being a victim and holding on to victimhood because it sort of releases you from taking responsibility for your own move from victimhood to victory. And the choice is really ours individually to make. A lot of bad crap has happened to me in my life and I could certainly stop and be angry or I can move forward and take the hand that life gave me and move into my own success. And that has
"cynthia" Discussed on Diet Culture Rebel Podcast
"It might take you even checking in at three months to be like, oh my gosh, where's my period missing? This is where I see a lot of my clients get frustrated. I'm eating more. I'm resting more. Where is it? And a big, big catch up where we go is, well, I'm eating more than I did before. I'm resting more than I did. And I'll say, this is great. I am so proud of you for doing this. However, what you think is more what you think is less exercise is maybe not what your body needs. Your body might need more than you're comfortable with, more rest than you're comfortable with, more food. So, you know, trying not to get caught up. And then of course, reaching out for support, if you have not regained your period back in a few months. Yeah, a 100%, of course, support is what I always recommend if that's possible for the listeners. And definitely follow Cynthia. She's on Instagram at period dot nutritionist, I believe. So definitely follow Cynthia on there because she's always posting a lot of good reminders about eating enough and making sure you exercise in decreased exercise enough because it's so true we can have these expectations in our head of what we think is enough food and what we think is enough reduction in our exercise, but it may not be what your body actually needs. So getting that perspective from someone on the outside can really really be beneficial. So Cynthia, I want to come back to your story now that you have answered some of these amazing listener questions. And I'm curious with everything you've learned and I'm assuming when you gave the age ranges earlier when you said okay, subtract 30 from 6 years old that you were probably referring to your own ages of when you.
"cynthia" Discussed on Diet Culture Rebel Podcast
"So my relationship was very like, I had to be, you know, as a dietitian, so I had to be the fit girl, the small little dietician. Who, you know, I was going to talk to me if I eat unhealthy, and so that also held me to another standard to keep this relationship with my food and body so regimen so disciplined. And then, of course, because I was under fueling so much, I lost my period. But I didn't know it. And I guess I know there, you're like, well, how do you know you lost your period? And while I was on birth control and just I want to put a red flag here that you could be on birth control and not have a regular menstrual cycle. So just if you're listening to this and you're like, okay, I kind of resonate with Cynthia's story. I exercise a lot. I eat super healthy, but I'm on the pill, could I? You could. You could. And you're like, well, how do I figure that out? The only way is to go off the pedal and to see if your period comes. So yeah, my relationship was very disordered, very, you know, body image related, like, you know, if I gained weight, if I stepped on the scale, you know, it dictated my mood, it dictated what I could eat or couldn't eat. You know, I planned, if I was going out to eat on Friday nights, you know, I better be good. All week. So things like that. I wasn't living. I was not living. Everything you said, and I love how you let us know more about your relationship with your body and how it started when you were so young. You know, as kids, kids really are like sponges with what they see with the adults in their lives and it sounds like that was your case with your mom and although she never said, hey, you need to do this. You still saw your mom counting calories. I think is what you said and doing things like that. And so all of this starts so young and so many things that you said, I feel like before I learned about intuitive eating and health at every size, it all sounded so normal to me too. Like we need to work out a lot. And especially as dieticians, it's like we're held to this different standard that people expect us to eat a certain way or look a certain way to be taken seriously so that added pressure can really impact your relationship with food in your body and the whole shredding for the wedding thing that you said that's so normalized in our culture. You know, it's like whenever anyone gets married, it's the automatic assumption. Okay, well, what size do you think you'll be when you get married? What size dress do you need when you get married? Because people just assume that you're going to try and lose weight and change your body for that. I feel like I have so many questions that I want to ask you from everything you shared, but I'm a little curious. I know you said that you were on birth control for a while and I know that being on birth control and getting off it is a very personal choice for a lot of people. So there is no right or wrong choice there..
"cynthia" Discussed on Diet Culture Rebel Podcast
"And it is not a substitute for individual medical care or advice. Alrighty, let's get into today's episode. We start with Cynthia telling us what her relationship with food and her body was like, before she found intuitive eating and health at every size. What was your relationship with food and your body like before you found intuitive eating and health at every size? I love this question because it really always reminds me about everything I've been through and how much I can appreciate where I'm at now. So first, I really like to start where it all began. Okay, just quickly. Because I think it's important to note that our views around food, nutrition, bodies, et cetera tend to start when we're kids and we're not even aware that it's happening. And so when I was a kid, I saw my mom counting calories. I saw her working out or saying like this is bad. This is good. Now granted, she never told me, like Cynthia, you can't eat this, or you should go to the gym and lose weight, or you should do this. So it was never put on me, but I saw it, right? So I thought it was normal. And so then when I got to the age where I could make my own decisions, started becoming more aware of my body, that's when things started. But it was normal because everyone else did it. So I didn't see anything wrong with it. And then flash forward from my younger self to my college file when I started to go to school to be a dietician. And I'm sure I've been a dietician for over ten years now. So I'm not sure how much the curriculum machines I'm hoping it has a little bit to include more health in every size and intuitive eating..
"cynthia" Discussed on Diet Culture Rebel Podcast
"Eat without guilt by becoming an intuitive eater and giving diet culture the middle finger. Society often pushes the message that we need to work out more and eat less be healthy, and you know this is a message that I 100% do not agree with. There are a lot of reasons why this messaging can be very toxic, like what happens when this message gets taken too far and someone works out too much and doesn't eat enough. Lucky for you, I have guest and fellow registered dietitian, Cynthia Donovan, on the podcast today, sharing her story about how she took the whole workout more, eat less message. So far that she lost her period for years. After countless doctor visits and Google searches on why her period was missing, Cynthia finally found a Doctor Who told her that she had hypothalamic amenorrhea, AKA she was exercising too much and eating too little for her body to feel safe enough to have a period. Immediately Cynthia's heart sank, she couldn't fathom eating more and exercising less. She was known as the fit girl who everyone thought was healthy and she was even a top female athlete at her CrossFit gym. Outside of food and exercise, Cynthia had to ask herself this one important question. Who am I really? In today's episode, we talk all about Cynthia's journey to recovering her period. How she got her life back by eating more and moving less and how she has redefined what health means to her. Cynthia also answers listener questions like how to know if serious damage has been done to fertility due to hypothalamic amenorrhea. If there is a way to fix an irregular period after losing it from restrictive dieting and how much exercise one should do if they are trying to get their period back. Even if you have never lost your period, I encourage you to listen to today's episode because.
Senators Urge Biden to Add More H-2B Seasonal Worker Visas
"17 Republicans just signed a letter to Joe Biden. I'm reading from breitbart dot com demanding saying we need more foreign workers. So there are 12 million Americans out of work, there's 35 to 40 million members of my generation that are underemployed. Let me say that again. They are underemployed. So you're not even looking at unemployment. Let's talk about underemployment. Now, what is underemployment? Well, it's someone that went to Wichita state university, and they got a degree in Central American migratory bird studies. And they're working as a barista or they're working as some sort of social media manager, but they are clearly underemployed. But don't worry, Senate Republicans are on the job. Senate Republicans believe that while Biden is trying to bring more people into the country, they want to help them do that. Senators asked Biden to speed up the process, so employers could get more foreign workers into blue collar American jobs. So while we have inflation and while things are more expensive, they want to bring in more foreign workers so that you could depress wages. So prices are going up, so let's try to get our own carpenters and plumbers disenfranchised from ever being able to have meaningful work. Why are they doing this? Well, the 17 Republicans who signed the letter, and I respect some of these people, and I philosophically see where Rand Paul is coming from on this. I totally disagree with him. He's more libertarian when it comes to immigration. I am not. But some of these other people, Kevin Kramer, Mike rounds Lindsey Graham, James rish, Lisa Murkowski, Roy blunt, Cynthia lummis, John cornyn, Mike crapo, John thune, Susan Collins pat toomey, roger wicker, Jerry Moran, Rand Paul, who I'm going to exempt Rand Paul because he's been so amazing on Fauci and honestly, he's a friend of mine, and he's just been awesome on many other things. John barrasso and Tim Scott, but they sign it alongside 17 Democrats. And it says, quote, The White House and congressional Democrats, that's a separate quote. This is from RJ hauman from the federation for American immigration reform, saying quote, Republicans say they're great on the illegal front due to the border crisis, but why not also oppose programs that a rife with abuse displace American workers and depressed wages, of course they do.
How to Combat Election Fraud
"So we have a question here from Cynthia from Tucson, which she says based it's a long question. She doesn't trust her elections in Tucson at all. She thinks that just kind of goes into the abyss. What can she do from now till whenever to fix it? So there's a couple of things. One, voter registration, voter registration is key. The left has beat us on voter registration up until these last couple of years, but we have to make a lot of progress in that. So register as many voters as possible. The second thing is we have the election integrity unit under the AG. That's where we have gotten all of our indictments of voter fraud to come from. And so we are going to be easy AZ will be teaching our voters how to identify the bad things, what they need to document and then how to get that information to the election integrity unit so it can be investigated. And we can hold people
American siblings return home after China lifts exit ban
"A pair of American siblings have returned home off to China lifted an exit bound following kind of this release of the top Chinese tech executive wanted in the US on fraud charges a state department spokesperson says Cynthia I'm Victor Lou returned to the U. S. on Sunday off to conserve the stop in Shanghai helped facilitate the departure a path of Canadians held in China of also being permitted to leave off the kind of the release well what executive among ones on Friday the spokeswoman adds the US opposes the use of coercive exit bans against people who not themselves charged with crimes and will continue to advocate on behalf of all American citizens in China subject to arbitrage detention and coercive exit plans I'm Charles de Ledesma
"cynthia" Discussed on The View
"If you come. To the united states illegally you will be returned retrying row a texas. Dr defies this date six week abortion ban as the supreme court prepares to hear a case that could have historic implications on a woman's right to choose could roe versus wade. Really the overturned. Then cynthia lebeau is live to talk about the buzz over her debut album and she was cheering for at the emmy awards sunday night plus businesswoman and former republican presidential candidate carly via rina's back as guest. Coho here come. A hot topics will whoopie sarah joy. Behar and sunny now. Let's get things started since today. Is this morning i. We had to walk out to earth wind. And fire's plastic hit september joy..
"cynthia" Discussed on Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist
"Wanted to act to do all of those things but nobody else wanted to laws. I was you know because of lot of lot of brain boxes. So if i wanted to be a scientist i probably could have been a scientist. Say i felt really odd. Because that's not what i wanted But i i just solve the grew out realized that that really was what i was. I i perform my saying. I don't at one point i act and that's my way of telling stories. What was the moment. Cynthia where somebody said to you. Said you didn't know if you actually sounded good seeing silent knight but we're someone who's judgment you trust. It said you have a gift and you should use this in a way that put you up on a stage. Raimo ken when i was fifteen. I did a production a stock us production of juliet. Young young vic. Yeah and she i remember. I went to the audition with a friend. I don't even think. I intended to audition but when i got there she was filling the form. You should just try and i did and then ended up playing juliet and and i am rain. Mccain was was the director of this and she just just pulled so much energy into gave me so much space to do this thing she made it feel very real and serious took it very seriously took me very seriously and i felt like i was seen and she never let me go so she was always like make sure the doing that. You read shakespeare. Read this you can come to see this show. I i lost contact with her. Then bumped into her again. When i was twenty years old at the strategy to royal and was doing this youth actors company and i didn't realize she was the director of this company and the first thing. She asked me when she saw me at. The foyer was if i was training. And i didn't know what she meant and she said what going drums scores. I've noticed things existed said yes they do go and i was like where am i going to get. She should go to road. I said what's wrong. She said it's the royal academy geraci guts. And i said i'm not going there. She said why is it. That sounds like i'm not to say us at school. The royal academy of dramatic art. I'm not getting into that place. There's no way and she was like that's ridiculous. We're gonna fill out the application form and we're going to you can then you can come into this class. It was like i'm not feeling the application for that's ridiculous moving in so well. Here's the thing if you don't fill out this application for him to go to jump school you're not doing. This course. i was so essentially. I felt it in against my will not to go but to get into this young company. That's why i filled in the application for. But if i didn't find out i never would have gone to school. That's the only place i applied to. So you got in obviously very prestigious..
"cynthia" Discussed on Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist
"Guys willie geist here with another episode of the sunday. Sit down podcasts. My thanks as always for clicking and listening long my guest. This week has won a grammy. She's won a tony for best actress. She's won an emmy and she twice has been nominated for an academy award. She is the wildly talented singer and actress. Cynthia areso born and raised in london to nigerian immigrant parents. She dreams that she was a very little girl of being on stage of performing of acting of singing. And my goodness has she lived out her dream. She made her first name for herself in the color. Purple off west end production of that small theater. But when she caught wind. That oprah yes oprah. Winfrey wanted to bring the color purple back to broadway. Cynthia jumped at the chance. Cast in the lead role. Made famous in the film by whoopi goldberg. She won a tony award for her performance in the color purple. She added a grammy. She added an emmy and the world opened up to her. Hollywood sat up and took notice. She was cast as harriet tubman a role for which she was nominated for two academy awards one for acting performance. Another for the song she sang in the two thousand nineteen film. Harriet just this year she played another american icon. Aretha franklin in the national geographic series genius. she was nominated for an emmy for that role. Now she's out with her first solo album as a musician. She's been on a lot of cast albums. Winning grammys but this is her first solo album. It's called chapter one verse one. She also is out with a new children's book called. Remember to dream a barry about a mother talking to her little girl to dream big and boyer there's some parallels in her own life Just to set the scene really quickly before we turn things over to. Cynthia in a bookstore in new york city called albertine. It's a french bookstore tucked inside the french embassy on fifth avenue right along central park on the east side of manhattan. Why that bookstore you ask well these celestial ceiling blue painted with stars match. Almost exactly the cover of cynthia's children's book so much to talk about. I think you'll really enjoy cynthia. Don't know much about her. This is a great chance to learn about this incredibly talented woman who is thirty four years old and my gosh. Her star is only going to continue to rise from here so now. Please enjoy a great conversation with cynthia haribo on the sunday. Sit down podcast cynthia. Thanks so much for doing this. Great to see you having had like. I was just telling you for me. It seeing you again having seen you live at the robin hood benefits rush absolutely crush it. So it's great to see you so we're sitting here inside the french embassy and sore with sort of the celestial ceiling it conveniently.
Kenya Moore and Cynthia Bailey Not Returning to RHOA
"There's a rumor out there. That cynthia bailey a kenya more are not returning to the real housewives of atlanta. Now porsche and candy will be back. But they're saying that they are going to cast younger new cast members acid rumor. We don't know if that's true and no word yet junior. I'm not sure. It's the og girl. Sha ray get fader are coming back. We don't know yet. We don't know. I've just had cynthia balian. Her husband. Michael show yesterday did they. Still any. t. steve a lot of stuff. But it wasn't about whether she's come back on this show man. Well that's a room. We don't know if it's true so we will see
"cynthia" Discussed on Photography Radio
"I was going to say you're doing as aesthetically very different. Work in this portfolio than you are in the other with the double exposures with the composition elements. Yes there's an awful lot of the lighten line stuff. You know the the graphic design a lot of it's black and white. A lot of it is if i say more artistic completely wrong. But you get my idea. Ron johnson need scott Can i just say one more thing about that. My film i think was sort of a reaction to. I felt like everything i was doing with digital and color was very on the perfectionist and i wanted to see if i would be pleased with images that were a little less than perfect and i loved it so i what you said. Is that triggered. That's what well very very cool san stories if folks san stories is pictures of sand and you think well. Okay been there done that. No you have to go to the website. You have to look at these. These are really really phenomenally. Interesting a fine art photographs of sand. You are not only a new jersey person but quite a bit of time. You say in south carolina walking up and down the beach there. Tell me how this got started. Tell me what the payoff is here. Because this is just beautiful evocative work. Thank you very much unclear to you. It's very different than my other stuff. So i do love to walk on the beach. I've been shooting sand patterns on what for years With this speech. Because i spent so much time there i was at a point where i was like going to the beach again. What am i gonna shoot. Because i was used to shooting in new jersey and from the of trains and shooting rundown things you know all that and here. I am at this beautiful white beach. I mean this speech in hilton head at low tide is it's just spectacular. So i did a lot of shooting of blue umbrellas that are on the beach on. I did some people for a while. But i kept coming back to the sand and i'm trying to think during the pandemic we were there for quite a while and i i did some idea some of these but for some reason this last trip it. They just spoke to me. I saw more and more and there is another way of shooting the beach. That was just different an interesting and could be. I think quite beautiful. It depends on the light and everything. I have mentioned this in frames. But if you like i can tell you how the sand gets these kind of amazing shading patterns to it. Go for a while i wait. You're i. It's kind of funny when i used to walk on the beach. A lot at low tide would see these little things that look like tiny little volcanoes along the sand and there would be stuff bubbling out of them. There was a hole in the middle and water and some little brown things coming out. So i'm a fairly intelligent person i thought. Oh i think that's probably clams breathing so it's pretty cool but then one day i decided to go late. I said what. What is the browns stuff coming out of these little holes on the beach in hilton head. So i learned about these things called ghost. Shrimp there about a half inch. Long transparent..
"cynthia" Discussed on Photography Radio
"I felt like everything i was doing with digital and color was very on the perfectionist and i wanted to see if i would be pleased with images that were a little less than perfect and i loved it so this photography podcast is brought to you by frames quarterly printed photography magazine. Here is your today's host debut scott olson with another fascinating conversation. Well hello everyone and welcome to another podcast from frames magazine my name is scott olsen and today we are going to have so much fun. Today we are talking with. Cynthia gladys cynthia is a new jersey based photographer. Her work is extraordinary. You've seen it on the frames facebook page. You've seen it on the frames website. This is work that has a variety of interests and subjects and folks is all of it really does just at least for me and everybody else leaps off the big cynthia how you doing today. I'm great scott. Thanks for having me. It is my pleasure cynthia. I'm looking at your work. And i am impressed and impressed by a couple of things first of all just the technical quality images in. We're gonna get to that in a minute but you do not have a narrow focus to your work so many people when they present themselves to the world is photographers there street photographers or their architectural photographers or their portrait photographers. You seem to have an interest in just about everything you walk or motor. And i i want to get to that kind of broad vision but before we even get there. You mentioned something that's close to my heart. You mentioned that when you were very young. Your mother had a brick. Your mother had the old argus c three. Talk to me about that camera and talk to me about a fair bit of distance between those days and your photography work now very fair fittest since. I remember growing up with my mom having this leather clad box that she brought everywhere and she was always snapping pictures so a few years ago. My sister and i had the the slides. My mom took a lot of extra chrome slides. We had him digitized. And i was looking at the collar and just the the beauty of the photos and i thought wow. My mom was pretty decent snap shooter. There was a big gap. Between when i started trying using my own brick. There's a little point. In between. When i really got back into togr affi but i think it was my mom's constant photographing us that i always grew up liking photography. I took a lot of pictures when i was young but always snapshots. I thought they were artistic. But i really didn't know anything about photography. It was more every camera i touched was basically point shoe so it wasn't until let's see i'm not a young person so i really only started getting back into photography in. I guess i'd say middle age. I got on facebook. A friend of mine said all you have to go on facebook. It's a lot of fun. So i started looking at what was available and i started shooting pictures of clouds with my galaxy note three and i joined a couple of cloud groups and that was kind of a hope the last eight or so years..
To Afghanistan Veterans: You Did Not Sacrifice for Nothing
"But certainly with baggage. Inside, they have to carry the rest of their lives. That they're never going to get rid of. Memories, things they saw. Things again trying to express to you the danger of the savages. We're facing down in that region now to try to get our people out. Those people have been seeing and doing this stuff their whole lives. They don't have any sense of empathy at all. They don't care if they're watching themselves in a movie like someone once told me to say to my daughter say, you're watching yourself in a movie. Would you be proud of that person? They don't care. They don't see that they don't have any sense of empathy whatsoever. Violence is their currency. Its the only currency and these are the people. We asked our people to go over there and face down and I'll say what I said yesterday again today because it's important to the men and the women who served over there. You did not sacrifice for nothing. That was a region marred by violence Since the beginning of Cynthia in beings on Planet Earth, you brought them the only 20 years of relative stability they've seen in the last couple 100. You did that The enemies fear you That is they fear you. They will turn and cut and run. It is our contractors in our military that saved that place. I know a lot of Afghan civilians and military military personnel died. I understand that. But the Afghan fighting force was lost without us and it showed, And those are just the hard facts not to diminish any human being sacrificed for the sake of another. But that is just the cold, hard facts on the ground. At the minute we left that place fell apart because of our people. You did that.
What is Intermittent Fasting?
"A little bit about why intimate investing is for one and then by one lead again now so. I know that you know it's considered to be. This is a novel concept but if you look if you date back to biblical times it plays readily in multiple religions including christianity and islam. And so i-. I remind people that this is something that's existed for a very long period of time. We've just forgotten the value of not eating all day long and the easiest way to explain intermittent fasting as you're eating within a prescribed time period. We know that the average american eats sixteen to seventeen times a day. Which is just an unbelievable statistic and so if you're eating sixteen to seventeen times a day you are spiking your insulin. Which is one of those hormones that is designed to help. Lower your blood sugar. But if it's spiking all day long you kind of flip into this Less efficient way of managing your blood sugar and limiting digestive breast and things like that. So i'm an advocate of eating within a within a feeding window. I know people sometimes don't love to hear that expression but it's an easy way to explain that you're feeding window could be six eight hours and you just eat within that feeding window so for many people they may finish their dinner at six o'clock at night they breakfast at eight. Am they've already fasted. Fourteen hours a lot of the fasting time spent sleeping and so it is much easier for many people to wrap their heads around when they just think about. Oh i've already done fourteen hours. I can do this And once people have gotten the the knacker the hang of being obliterated fast you can have a lot of fun with it and it doesn't necessarily have to be the same The same schedule every single day. You could have one day where you twenty four hours. You have one day where he do. Twelve you know. Fourteen to sixteen hours you can do it around vacations and holidays and still stay on track and the most amazing thing about intermittent fasting that i've come to find as it even if people don't choose to change their diet fronts once they start shortening this window in which they're eating they feel better. They have more energy. they're sleeping better. Their digestion is improved substantially. And you know with a side of weight loss. I think everyone comes intermittent fasting with a desire to lose weight or lose fat but then they have all these other benefits. That will keep them really invigorated with this. The strategy
Bitcoin Rallies Defiantly as Senate Infrastructure Battle Hits a Snag
"What's going on guys. It is monday. August ninth and today. We're talking about bitcoins. Defiant rally as the senate battle hits something of a snag so let's get caught up on everything that happened this weekend at this point. I'm going to assume you know the setup at least somewhat last minute provision in the infrastructure bill looked to get around twenty eight billion dollars of the bills cost to be covered by new tax. Reporting rules around crypto. The problem well there are a lot of problems for one. The joint committee on taxation. That came up with this number. Hasn't had to show its work anywhere and there's fairly good reason to be skeptical that there's nearly thirty billion dollars and under reported crypto taxes but alas that wasn't the issue we had to focus on instead the issue at hand was that the new reporting requirements swept everyone in crypto networks including non-custodial actors like miners validation software developers into the definition of a broker by their very nature. These actors don't have access to the info that would be obligated to report anyway fast forward over the course of the last week. Washington was assailed with what they found to be a shocking amount of lobbying from the crypto community shocking to them perhaps much less shocking to those of us who actually know about the fervor in. This space a bipartisan group of senators including republicans. Pat toomey and cynthia lumps and democrat. Ron wyden put forth an amendment that made clear exemptions people like miners. This seemed like it should have been all that controversial republican rob portman who wrote the provisions in the first place had said numerous times that the intent was not to include those people however the treasury department who he was consulting closely with wanted. Maximum flexibility to write the implementation however they chose
The History of Cannabis
"Turns out we have geology to thank for cannabis. At least for cannabis's psychoactive properties. The ancient ancestors of the cannabis plant started growing tens of millions of years ago around. What is now central asia like pakistan northern india nepal. And then something dramatic happened the entire subcontinent. That is now. India drifted north crashed into asia. The crumple zone is what we now call. The himalayas and the cannabis plants that were growing in that zone. Got really really high and the ones that were stuck down low the plains near the himalayas. Well they didn't get quite so high is difference is both topographical and literal the cannabis. The grew in the mountainous region started producing thc. Which or the uninitiated is the chemical in cannabis. That gets you high. We don't know for certain. Why the plant produces it. It appears serve kind of sunscreen. Chris duval is a professor at the university of new mexico and author of two books on the topic. The african roots of marijuana and cannabis kris told us that the cannabis that stayed down low and temperate plains. Those plans did not produce. thc they became. What we know is hemp source of cloth rope and disgusting. Health foods cannabis grew really easily and a lot of different environments especially ones. We disturbed to build settlements. It was literally a weed. That's why we call it weed. And so there was probably a lot of cannabis just growing in central and east asia both the high mountainous regions and the low parts and so a really longtime ago as long as maybe twelve thousand years ago people figured out ways to use it. It appears for both populations. Initially people used it for the seeds which are edible You know you can buy them in. Eat them nowadays. Emcees are often founded natural food stores. Today they're full of wonderful nutrients but they taste terrible. And before you all right in and tell me i'm wrong. not only to. Cynthia agree with me. The historical record does to kris told us that in china hemp seeds were at one point considered a staple food but it was kind of slowly replaced as people in that region in china. You know kind of domesticated and started using other plants more calmly so types of militans organ kind of displaced at
"cynthia" Discussed on The Wellness Mama Podcast
"Fasting and nutritional health in fact. She has a tedtalk on intermittent fasting entrance as a transformative technique that has been watched over eight million times so in this one we go really really specific on the differences between fasting women and how to navigate that to optimize it without stressing out your body. Some really important reasons to stop snacking. Even if you're not gonna get into fasting. The importance of hydration electrolytes all the time but especially during fasting and the reason our bodies and our liver especially need a break from food. Sometimes we go deep on a lot of the science and she gives some really specific advice. That is really important if you fast time restricted eat or have considered it so without further. Do let's jump in and joins at the cynthia. Welcome thank you. I've really been looking for a to our conversation. Metoo and thank you for being here. This topic is so important. I think there's so much information out there about fasting and just like the majority of medical studies. A lot of the research done on. Fasting is done men and so then we end up with a lot of information. Bits somewhat unclear or contradictory when it comes to women and fasting. Everything from women should never fast. Under any circumstances ever to women doing a lot of different types of fast and i thought it was really important to kind of cut through some that misconception and delve into what the science actually says about women fasting so to start off cutting give us an overview about what makes fasting different and unique for women. Yeah it's a question and a really important one. And i liked always explain that women are not many men and so we can't have the same principles although i will say that women. That are still getting. Their menstrual cycle. Have fast differently than women that are menopausal so not that i would ever compare a menopausal woman to a man but given the fact. They don't have menstrual cycle every month. They generally can enter into fasting without as many kind of restrictions or concerns..
Texas State Rep. Senfronia Thompson Explains Why She Joined the Austin Walkout
"State representative cynthia thompson. Thank you so much. For coming to the podcast. Thank you for having me so at that. Press conference in virginia. You talked about your grandmother and the obstacles she faced when she got the chance to vote what were some of those obstacles. She added by poll tax and she yet to save our money. Nicholson pin is not quarters. You'd be able to purchase a poll tax. And then once she got up old tax she had a long ways to travel to cast that ballot. It was Transportation was nothing like being honest. This debate you had to wait for a bus to another part of the city. A pretty good distance from where she was in over fifteen miles. I'm pretty sure in order attacks. Her ballot and she was only allowed to vote in the general election because she was an african american being black. You couldn't vote in the primaries in texas. I wanted you to start with your grandmother. And i'm gonna do something that a gentleman are not supposed to do. We are not supposed to ask a woman her age that i think it's important for people to understand representative thompson. How old are you. I'm eighty two years old. And i needed people to hear that because the fact that you are talking about your grandmother and the obstacles she faced in voting in that the reason why you and i are talking now is about voting. This is not. This is not history. This is living memory for for you. I would love for you to put in context where we are right. Now as a country when it comes to voting rights we're regressing we regressing back to a place in history where we wanna limit minorities right to participate in that democracy just like. My grandmother was limited in her right to participate in democracy. We're going back to that same stage now so it looks like real just regressing.
"cynthia" Discussed on Clear+Vivid with Alan Alda
"Is clear and vivid. And now back to my conversation with cynthia kenyon. I saw talk. You gave to graduate students and it sounded to me like your whole life has been one of innovation and exploration. It didn't take the the pad the conventional path ever teams. You in your work. You seem to have questioned the paradigm. Is that the way it really works. Even even though it's still everybody says it was put it but just in your schooling in the time you took off. Tell me a little about that Thank you it was a last girl. Leadership Lecture that i gave to the graduate students and it was just a couple of weeks ago. Actually i. I think this is true of a lot of scientists. I i think somehow. I think i don't know my father was dogmatic so i started thinking. Why no that's not true. You know what it was or maybe it's just me. Maybe it's just born into you but i always did. I always did question authority. In fact. I was diagnosed not diagnosed. I had a friend who saw a therapist is. She had a problem. And i was her friend so i went to the i. Was there one time when the therapist saw her and he pointed a finger at me and said this girl resents authority and i was like at the time and you were checking. He said that about me gratuitously. I was not his patient. But i was just there anyway. Yes i think that's always been something about me and always trying to think through things by for myself. Always inventing little gadgets and yeah i voiced on that and i think that's the only one obviously who does that but i do and i think also you know i times. There's sort of social thing. Where if someone who is higher than you are in the hierarchy tells you that you're wrong. I somehow don't respond to that. It's like i. I'm blind to it. I don't see it. I don't i mean i hear it but i think well i don't know where some people i think might might respond i might not redirected by us. Yeah i don't wanna compare myself to a pit bull. Because i'm not a pit bull at all. But pit bulls. They attack people. Which i don't but they do because they don't respond to the alpher cusack accused of a hierarchy that say i'm the boss your subordinate to me behave yourself. They don't respond to that and that's why they're so dangerous dangerous i should. I should be careful. I've never used this analogy before. But i don't think i really respond to someone just saying oh you're wrong. I mean it makes me feel bad like when i wanted to work on aging on people said things like well they had a million reasons why you could never get a worm to live longer. I there were never silly reasons. But they said them in a very dogmatic way and one person just said to me. You cynthia. I've known people who try to study aging and it's like they think they fall off the edge of the world. It's like the world you think it's it's round but it's really flat and off you go. And he said to me in a really. He's very smart person and he said that to me in a derogatory manner. Like you're you're a fool. I much better than you. Are you know that that tone of voice. It's putting you down. And i. It hurt but i just thought it just sort of made me want to do it even more you know and i think there's another thing when you know when you're trying to do something. It took me a really long time to get anyone to study aging because at the time it was a real backwater and the idea was if you studied aging probably weren't a very good scientist and there was also nothing to study because you just fell apart the evolutionary biologists. They had all these reasons for why you couldn't there couldn't be genes for aging like you wouldn't see their effects until after you reproduce selection. Couldn't act on them so there were these kinds of reasons but anyway But i thought. I had other reasons for thinking. Maybe you could. Evolution produced long lived animals. So maybe it's possible must be genes for aging because you have different lifespans in the world in different species and they came from gene changes during evolution so to me that was pretty simple. Had to be possible. But anyway. So i think it took a little bit of not caring or not letting it get to. You know just pushing on because when you look at it in a rational way you think well. I don't see why couldn't happen. Maybe everybody else is wrong. I'm right maybe it's possible so but then you have to come up with a good yes or do. Did you have to have to show experimentally that. It's not just defying authority. That's right exactly. And i think i was lucky. I mean i still think the reasons. I had for thinking that there would be genes for aging are correct and so there are and and so. That's good but you know they might not have been but that's just life you have to just try you know when you were talking about nature making some animals allowing some animals to live longer than others have you or has anybody done work to just see what their dna's like two they have less effective genes of the kind that you found that. If you knocked out in the worms he would promote longevity it. It sounds sounds like not a hard thing to do to collect. Dna from different kinds of animals. That's been done and there's some nice examples. There's there's some bats that live to be almost fifty fifty years old and these bats. Their dna has been sequenced and it looks like they have the same mutation that we found in our little worms in the bats naturally and so the idea would be that. Maybe that's one reason the best live longer hand. Some other animals have been the dna has been sequenced in. It's not obvious and humans. Now there are people who live a very long time who looked one hundred and several people have taken Taken dna from these people and looked to see whether they might have changes in the genes that we discovered to affect span and there does seem to be a higher frequency of changes in these genes. But there are other things too like their. Dna repair mechanisms seem to be better. However on the other hand the long lived mutants do have better. Dna repair so it's consistent with the idea. It's.
More Unmarked Graves Likely at Former Residential School Site
"Discovery of unmarked graves near a side of a former indian residential school in british columbia. A local first nation says it has found more than one hundred and sixty undocumented unmarked graves down carpet chuck reports the discovery on lockett island off. The coast of vancouver island was confirmed by the chief of the tribe. Joan brown the island is small. One was once home to the cooper island industrial school. It was run by the roman catholic church from eighteen. Ninety to nineteen seventy five in a statement brown said we understand that many of our brothers and sisters from our neighboring communities attended the cooper island industrial school we also recognized with a tremendous amount of grief and loss that too many did not return home cynthia. Wesley s coma is with the national center for truth and reconciliation. She says she's not surprised. By this discovery. We have been talking about this for decades and many of these survivors has said repeatedly that their children that were buried that were killed or died of various things and they knew that they were there. Nothing unfortunate thing was that people didn't believe that an hour Evidence that in fact this happens. The penalty at nation is hosting to healing sessions on the island in the weeks ahead and a march for children. One survivor of the school says he wants the provincial and canadian governments to step up to help indigenous people still reeling from the realities of the residential schools for national native news. I'm dan carpenter.
"cynthia" Discussed on Italian Wine Podcast
"However today is it's seven pm. In fact central european time. In fact the next few weeks we shall be hosting a new series called ambassadors corner where italian wine ambassadors and wine lovers will be interviewing that favorite tien wine producer last week. A few of you had participated in the call and nominated a few actually quite a few and we will be rolling out the spy side chat style interviews in the next coming months. We've got a great twine. Up of italian wine produces so and it's never too late to nominate your favorite italian wine produce. More the marya if you will. So let's get this started. I see cynthia. Our interview are an an interview. We let me just remind as usual. This room will be recorded and may be played on the tie-in wind podcast most likely on saturdays but joy. Our producer is in charge of the programming. She's the boss so she can and will decide indeed. I'm delighted to present to you. Our first guest podcast today. Her name is cynthia chaplain odd new spanking new. Then it international academy ambassador congratulations. Cynthia and cynthia will kick off with our very first episode of our series ambassadors corner. Here.
How Did Jason Christopher Hughes' Childhood Shape Him Into a Cyber Stalker?
"When we first encountered the horrifying stories about jason christopher hughes and the people he terrorized online. It felt like we'd uncovered a once in a lifetime type of predator. This was a man who collected victims by the dozen continuing to stock and harass old targets while constantly adding new ones with upwards of fifty on his list. You wrote graphic depictions of torture. He sent photos of charge children to his victims and he made veiled death threats. He contacted employers romantic partners and family members leading to loss jobs and shattered relationships. But as unsettling as it's been to learn about jason's actions there's been a haunting question hovering over our investigation. What if he isn't a once in a lifetime predator. What if there's another jason christopher hughes developing right now or a dozen more or hundreds more. The story of jason christopher hughes is impossible to hear without asking yourself. What kind of person would do something like this. How did he get so messed up. What has to happen for someone to turn into a jason christopher hughes so we wanted to go back to the beginning to the person who is there with jason from the start he was a sweet boy. He was a kind boy. He didn't get in trouble. he didn't fight. I love him desperately. That's cynthia hughes jason's mom. It was clear to us that. Cynthia loves her son genuinely but we soon found out that the feeling isn't mutual. He hates me beyond words. I'm telling you he hates me fearlessly. He says he horrible things about me. It's just very very sad. Because i had so much hope. How did this quote sweet kind. Boy unquote turned into one of the most dangerous cyber stalkers. We've ever encountered
"cynthia" Discussed on VS
"The other. I which did not migrate the rest of us. Still there chalk dry in the courtyard widening every time it cites a planes white e. Oh that was cynthia daily oak. Everybody i know you're completely standing and like jumping in your room with excitement for problems like i am. She's so smart and so incredible and like brave and good at talking and like gonna thinking. It's really cool. I can't we we ask such a genius to play these these stupid games that we play. I love it. I love that. It's our job to make. Brilliant people do very very dumb activity on. Oh god it was really beautiful. Just hear her talking about her village and like you know like her son being raised in a community of poets which i so love and so of course my weird. Ask question that. I'm going to ask you now. Inspired by that is only dead. People dead answers only dancers. Only not dead or alive. Just the dads. Who would you want to be the god parrot of your children. I mean i think like probably my answer is like grizzly bugs. You know like who became an ancestor. Not that long ago. Maybe it was like five. May i think she passed in layer like five years ago or also shot out to grisly boggs frequent. Shout out on the podcast. Shout our shoutout moore. I've saying that if you're playing versus bingo yes you one because we did.
'Rick and Morty' Season 5 Premieres
"Wanted to talk about the credit sequence because rick and morty it's got this tradition of their credit sequences all these little mini just mini montage of things. That might happen this season and they always are kind of like even the dispose between things that actually are going to happen in future episodes and things that are just cutting room floor. Things were deliberately just animated for this thing here the new scenes. I want you to talk about. Which one do you think you most want to see. Come the life and which one you hope is just a Cutting room floor heads popping off the smith family at the dinner table turning into kronenbourg head. Spiders and crawling up the walls. Okay all right summer bashing cynthia mailboxes as they flee screaming from her as she wields a baseball bat from rick's flying saucer next for consideration the smith family are all voltron soldiers with matching a black blue green red yellow orange. I can't remember all the voltron. Lions costumes and their house transforms into a series of tubes to suck them presumably into their cats. Rick desperately tries to resuscitated janitor. New new from the vindicator series. And finally morty sinks a tough putts in front of an audience really swanky. Nice golf course. I know which one. I'm rooting for the most What about you. I mean man the the so. I'm a big fan of the thing. I think it'd be cool if there were spider. Heads going on in this universe but also they all pop off. I mean what's i know is like another version is our version of rick. And morty standing over in the corner watching this happen and they have to go rescue an alternate dimension family of. There's that might be fun. I don't know
Alex Rodriguez Hangs With Ex-Wife Cynthia After J.Lo Split
"Weekend in miami. But iran may have kept it cool by throwing some shade. He is being accused of posting this pic with his ex wife cynthia to make jennifer jealous now. Things got a little more intimate in another post with cynthia wrapping ayla lots arafat's league in ice yes. Rats leg is named growth. Cynthia is a world-class. Mommy to our girls wrapping ice though. Lol you guys well first of all to post. That can post in the ice wrapping moment. Why of course. I know why that is a straight setup really i i hope cynthia got paid extra for her stunt game because by the way. That's who i'm most embarrassed for cynthia. Cynthia it's accent the you know. He came to us you to make jaylo jealous to get her attention. Well why would be jealous. Cynthia's happily mary. Why would lo be jealous of cynthia. I know that they had beef in the past and it was messy. 'cause there was about the child's this 'cause jaylo got involved. She thought that was playing way too much in child support to cynthia so she advised him to negotiate. The child support and cynthia was like listen. We didn't have problems until jaylo entered the picture. I don't
The Biggest Threats in the Republic Right Now Are Backed by Liberals
"This morning. I'm going to mention it today because it could become the bedrock of the show. Liberalism is a cancer to forest fire. If you're a liberal listening, I'm sorry. You believe in that? I really hope that you will are genuflect and repent for your ideological stain You're trying to impose on the rest of us. If that sounds harsh to hear, I don't give a damn not even a little bit because it's true. The biggest threats to the republic right now are all backed by liberals. Threat number one critical race theory. I mean, think about it right? The United States is such a powerful, incredibly prosperous country, not only the most prosperous country in the history of humankind, I would guess the most prosperous country in the history of any Cynthia being anywhere in the cosmos because we've yet to find another one yet. We can't be taken down from the outside the United States. I mean, we could, but it would be very hard. Never like to say Can't We have the most powerful military, the most powerful economy. Most entrepreneurial, hardworking workforce anywhere in the world. So liberals a lot of them who absolutely hate this country. Everything it's about. I'm sorry. I have to give you the bad news. But it's true. They figured out a long time ago. The best way to dismantle and burn this place from the ground is not from the outside, but from the inside. And what better way to do that? And to cause chaos on the inside by getting all of us to hate each other. For the most superficial of
"cynthia" Discussed on Rants and Randomness with Luvvie Ajayi
"Okay so this is much overdue. But the timing is perfect because ranson randomness is now professional troublemakers. And who better. Who better to have on as he sent professional troublemaker. And the woman who has every award known to man like every award. And i'll here. Cynthia doesn't belong in any boxes multi hyphen it and even her hair makes trouble. I mean sometimes it does her hair because sometimes it's purple sometimes. It's green sometime pink any given day. I'm always like i wonder what coleman hair cynthia guy you can't. You can't bet on it so welcome troublemakers. But thank you. Thank you my main booze. Cynthia is one of my loves. I love you. I love her so much and she said yes. Of course we've definitely taken our time to do. this is taking. Oh my gosh. So yes so excited to have you on. Thank you for having me so. My first question is yes. What did you wanna be when you were growing up <hes>. I wanted to be a singer and actress and then at some point i changed that to a spinal surgeon and then i went back to being singer and actress. Okay now talk about there. How did you go from singer actress who wants to be a spinal surgeon. Well i had this one year in high school. I call the secondary school where i was like obsessed with biology and was really good at like. I'm one of those kids. That could really have gone either way. I could have done the biology of it. All and science of it. All if i really liked buckled down and when i was like truly truly applied i was like causing with flying colors and i was doing that anyway but i really like doing re doing well and then i was like no. I realized that that was me trying to strangely enough trying to fit in with everybody else because the people in my class they were super intelligent lawyer wanting to be lawyers. Nurses doctors ovet saw. Which has and i was like. Well i wanna be a part of that. Many people wanted to be performed. Only there was only really me. And i was like well. I could do this spinal surgery so you're another failed. Dr welcome to the club like there's only of us. Yeah we're like we could have actually do actually is. We could have actually. Let's be clear. I probably could not have. Let's actually terrible but like wasn't it matt. Set you a terrible at. I mean i was okay. I was probably buried math than i was. At st. oh chemistry was strolling caroline. Chemistry was a struggle for most people. Like you know doing. I liked chemistry though. But biology really my bag fizz like like. I can't even remember the name of this other science physics. Physics the worst. yes today. I actually loved maths. I love maths. Yeah i was. I was really good at it. I was good at algebra trigonometry. Calculus count me out. But i don't think trigonometry is necessary for anybody it's ridiculous. Is algebra really necessary. Not really but it's fun to do software ex. Yeah yes. I can do that all day. No so you went okay. So what was five year old. Cynthia like five year old. Cynthia was bubbly chatty would sing. Everything probably hummed when she ate nosy. Reno's i wanted to know about everything. I wanted to be in everyone's business. I wanted to hear what everyone was talking about. I wanted to see everyone was doing <hes>. Yeah that was that was her she was i was i was fun. Like i'm not shy of a show. Anything ever fabio le vian five. You would have been friends. i think. Thirty five year old. Lovey and five year old. Cynthia probably would have gotten into trouble a lot. But for nothing other than talking t- much facts actual facts and talking and really smart so you couldn't get checkup 'cause you're right. It's one of the two kids that like are always talking and when you have the conversation they do something that makes you laugh. Even you're supposed to get them into trouble and they do something silly and they're both really cute and small so you kind of like minds go back to class just is fine. Bet is exactly. Where did you grow up. I grew up in so i went to south london school in south west london. And that's where. I grew up and then we moved when i was about fifteen to east london and i. That's where i was until i was about. Twenty four twenty five. Yeah so then. In high school you went back to the performing arts of at all. Yes i did. You have a nigerian mom idea. How did she handle it. Was she cool. was she supportive. What was she like. I want you to be a doctor. She was really supportive because she's a bit of a rebel herself she <hes>. She was when she. She came over to london. I won't say twenty four. She came to london on her own. She came with one of her sisters but they basically went. She has this whole thing and she kept wanting to have thing as well and she was sent here to do one thing and did something totally different because she wanted to. She's like i don't want to do this. Thing is being asked of me. I know i wouldn't want to do this. And i think that because she was bought here a sent here to do something else. That didn't that wasn't a passion she. I don't think she ever wanted to inflict on me the same thing so she just wanted me to do what i wanted to do. But do it really well
"cynthia" Discussed on A Tone Meant For Me
"He magical misfits. It's cayden ivy. And welcome. Back to atonement for me with cynthia loo- i who is now a permanent fixture my coat. I live here now. I dog dogs like a pet luanne. Invaders pay yeah. Yeah why not hierarchy. Thanks for having me back. Thanks for being in my little bubble Yeah because you know. We can't socialize too much. We're like breaking covert rules right now. That's what we do we break. Rules don't necessarily know we're not over. Fifty people are we. Are we breaking rules. I don't know keep changing. I don't think so. This one's got enough personality for fifty. We're breaking rules sir. Yeah brought you back to talk about something that we kind of touched on in past couple episodes in something that we kind of bonded over i guess through our time at sephora and that's pretty much how everything just has not like a layer of like eurocentrist city over it commonly known as whitewashing. Yes yet to be blunt to who who she who she. I know her very well. Best his best team. I love good blunt right after this.
"cynthia" Discussed on Merkaba Chakras
"When you're having that that experience. I mean obviously we have egos so that we can have our individual experience. You're gonna be cynthia. I'm going to be gone but if we're going tune into consciousness for different reasons that we have to let that that aspect go like. Is there anything in physics about ego and there should be ego. There are some aspects of consciousness when you get to the observer in quantum physics a lotta people wanna get rid of it and physics. So there's that whole drive like let's go back. Let's find a way to like you'll hear people say we've we can do as many worlds interpretation and but we can do it without the observer know. They're just trying to Sweep something under the rug in my opinion. And that's the one thing. That's the one thing i've noticed i the one thing i've noticed a and i know you follow it because fizzes physics is your background. But that's the one thing. I noticed about a lot of these Quantum physics and consciousness studies is that they're not recognizing the identity the eagle and if they don't artificial intelligence will so we're hitting the point right now is we're already here. it's here. it's happening or rain. Intelligence is here. It's here and it's going to be able to start making that choice. So this is a big wakeup call. The transhumance feel like oh. We're just gonna trust that mindlessly. Pleased on know. I would really recommend go the other route and don't trust that really find out who are you. What are your level being. It is a spiritual journey in and so journey. When you look at the observer within you look at your chocolates for example there's a levels of consciousness recognize that your highest level might be higher than even your crown shocker. It might be the sense of super high. Self vary. like it'd be like your archangel sell something like that. I would love to be like that. That would be my ultimate goal for myself to be then highest level of self..
"cynthia" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
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