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Reimagining How and Where We Will Work
"Me today to fantastic guests to talk about the new hybrid work environment. Karen mongia and ray dallaglio. Karen is an internationally recognized thought leader and three time author for most recent book working from home making the new normal work for you is highly relevant to our conversation today. She's blogger speaker and has been featured on tax forbes thrive global among many others. Currently she serves as vice president of customer and market insights at salesforce karen. Welcome to the conversation. Thanks so much. It's great to be here also joining us today ray. Dalia raise the legendary investor and world renowned entrepreneur. He's the founder of bridgewater associates the largest hedge fund in the world and author of the number one new york times bestseller and number one. Amazon business book principles. Ray thank you so much for joining us today. And you've avenue so today we're going to discuss the new hybrid world of work and what it means for all of us. Current yearbook working from home is filled with practical tips on what it's like to have a successful work like from home and something. I think we all still need some help with perhaps so tell us maybe what we've been doing wrong. It's impractical tips. What you'd recommend to be effective in focused working from home. I think about it not so much about what. We're doing wrong as discovering what we could do right to help ourselves live and work in a sustainable way you know if you watch successful athletes before they take the field of play most of them have a great warm up ritual right something that shows them in signals to their brain there in the game and they're getting ready to be all in and in the world of work from home that looks like routines rituals and boundaries that helps signal to our brains into ourselves. We're getting ready to go to work. And also importantly we're leaving it that there's a point in time at the end of the day where we have a ritual that allows us to leave to power down that laptop in truly tak- transition
High desert flower farming in Arizona with Aishah Lurry of Patagonia Flower Farm
"Was thinking about you all week thinking, how is she farming when it's over a one hundred degrees so give us sort of a snapshot of your farm and like how do you cope with those conditions? Well, let me tell you first of all, we're in what's called the high desert where about four thousand feet above sea level. So we're in the mountain. Okay. So near probably always consistently ten degrees cooler than Tucson in almost fifteen degrees cooler than Phoenix. So settle a little secret about where you are is because of allegation exactly now it's hot outside it's a little hot, but you know it works in it's funny because one of the benefits about living here it does snow. We get snow in the winter, but it's usually gone by noon our ground never freezes. So the soil is always workable all and very rarely have like a hard frost. So if you think of like I, go up in Boston, it would start to get colder and colder nine pm pm and that's when the coldest would happen. But here the coldest time it seems like is early in the morning three or five. In the sun rises in warm things up in usually. So is just a click fraud so that can damage some plants but for the most part, we have no problem. So I don't know and I I just I guess, I have the desire to grow flowers GonNa make it happen or the variances is what's crazy is that it can be like ninety five degrees during the day and then in the thirties at night. It's crazy I mean I was thinking when you talked about snowing in the morning at least you're getting precipitation where other parts of Arizona are not getting precipitation. So even though it snow, it becomes the moisture the roots need that's in. It's wonderful when the snow slowly melts in and gets into the soil, you really can't beat that. while. So give us snapshot of Patagonia Flower Farm, and of course I pick a Patagonia as the clothing, but it's actually the name of a town and I believe a mountain somewhere, right? Yes. In it's actually pronounced Pentagon Yep. Okay Not like the brand to girl. No. So it's very hilly. We got a lot of grasslands here Yes. So it's really really beautiful. A lot of people think of Arizona and they think of Oh. It's everything's GonNa be dry. We've got quite a bit of green going on Yeah. It's really a beautiful town the Pentagon, yet self only has about a thousand people that that live here Old Mining town in it's quite a lot of retire. You can imagine a lot of artists, letter retirees, a lot of women. So it's an interesting sweets out. Wow. That's I wanNA visit. That sounds really wonderful. Yeah and is there much agriculture they're like. Are. You a lone ranger to use the Weser your lot. Of course. Now, a lot of people are gardening. You know it's funny because there is A. Organization here in town that I work very very closely with called Borderland Restoration. So they have a big greenhouse here where they sell native plants in the harvest seeds germinate the season, create more plans to restore the over you know. Overworked will say off. Areas of. Of. Southern Arizona. So so yeah. So. There are few. Let me think. So, before I moved here like years before there was a A Dalia grower here believe it or not, and I know that they must have had a lot of shade because we need the shape of the Dahlia's but But yeah. So a little bit here and there but I think borderlands nursery is the biggest like grower right now and it is mostly native Oh. That's so interesting. So your what's the size and scale of of your farm and give us a snapshot of what all the pieces to the puzzle there. Okay. So. I am what is called a micro farm about or thousand square feet, and I'm growing things very tightly together and I. You know I took 'em a Florette alumni I took her class in twenty seventeen. So I follow a lot of her protocols and the only differences I do a no till I keep the landscape fabric down and Yes. So so that's if I do the landscape fabric I've got who those short tunnels I don't have a greenhouse yet, but one day. And yes, I have an area where I'm doing mostly perennials and then I have my annual and at borderlands has been so gracious of allowing me to use a quite about fifteen hundred square feet where I've been growing sunflowers in in the ground or undercover know in the ground vendor landscape fabric on their property warring. Yeah. But I love it that like you've been entrepreneurial enough to figure out how to. Access land that wasn't being utilized, but you knew would be perfect for some flowers. Eight. Wow.
Iowa Farmer Says He's Disenchanted With President Trump
"We've been talking about how exceptional these caucuses are happening tonight for starters. They've never been so many candidates to choose from at least on the democratic side and there have never there has never been an incumbent quite quite as divisive as President Donald. That seems to be making things even more unpredictable here than usual. It's rain and the illustrate that I want to introduce you to rob Ewald. I met him on driving around the eastern part of the state with editor. Dalia todd producer. Taylor Haney you won't is Republican. Who says he is so disappointed in trump he might caucus tonight for a Democrat and understand why RAV has been so disenchanted with the president? It is helpful to understand where he comes from my parents they They bought this in nineteen seventy. It was just bear grass and their pasture. And I gotTa go to Rob's farm just outside Davenport it was just gorgeous ten acres pastures rolling hills all of it covered with snow. It's where they keep some horses and some cows a couple of styles of corn before they ship it to their buyers. He runs a bigger thousand Acre farm. Not far away from where he grows corn and soybeans his crops. The have been strong in recent years but prices are not right now beans or break even at best to raise. We're not buying any new equipment. Were in survival mode. Why is it going to this point? They don't have enough places to sell their beans. I mean some of that has to do with the trade war with China. China's the biggest importer of American soybeans ends and those sales dropped dramatically. Seventy five percents. That drop was in two thousand eighteen and rob thought it was going to be temporary. Me Personally I I was looking at this. This is a short term deal and I'M NOT GONNA pick China over the US. So I'm like yeah. Let's even the stuff out. He's willing to take the hit here right but he's not not just taking the hit on soybeans even more it's rob's corn production that suffering. He is a Republican and he generally votes that way voted for Donald Trump in two thousand sixteen but last fall the president did something that rob cannot get over. I was mad and are still pretty upset about. He's talking about a move. By the trump administration. Last Fall Fall the EPA the Environmental Protection Agency granted these exemptions to dozens of oil producers. So they don't have to make ethanol into gasoline. Ethanol is a biofuel Tomato Corn Oh and by mixing it in. It's supposed to make gas more environment environmentally friendly right but because of those waivers oil refineries stopped buying ethanol or meant that they no longer needed to buy corn from Ron Right. Exactly we're not asking for a whole lot. When we were already getting knocked down from trade the lease the administration she could have done was prop up there and give us something? That's going to go year after year. You know all this stuff is working against him right. It's unpredictable. Well weather patterns which are even more unpredictable now because of climate change there's also trade policy politics plays into all of it and honestly rob is worried that things will get so hard. His his boys won't be able to take over the family farm and make a living. And here's a bit where I get to play cute tape of his eleven year old Isaac taking care of his sources. Can you take the rap down and put it in the barn please it out on my neck. They're just doing tours around the farm and clearly rob so in his element. He's on his farm working with the sun but because things have been so tough financially. He can't be here all the time anymore. He's had to take a part time job driving semi trucks. You know what I don't mind doing it. It's something that the boys what's that you mind it. It does cut into a little bit on family family time and stuff. I have some different hours but you understand why we have to do it right. So that's that's the big thing that they understand and I'm not You know I'm pretty proud. I don't WanNa have to ask for anything. So we make sacrifices. So it's really heartbreaking to hear right it is and it's shaping his political choices here's what he thinks about the Democratic contenders. Some of these just are too extreme for me. There's I just I don't know where were money comes from for some of the projects. It just blows my mind. Do Biden not modern Anna. friel Joe Biden. I don't trust him. You know with what's going on right now with the impeachment. I think trump got caught and maybe biden. That's just the way I look at it and you trust you trust Donald. I didn't say that either. I didn't say that it is and I did. Vote for him right now. Maybe I leave the top box empty to be honest with you because my family and I are in a worse position now than we were four years ago. So it's very difficult to say. I got my vote. Oh so he says he's probably not gonNa vote for the President of music. Is there any other candidate out there. Who would go for you know? He likes Amy Klobuchar. He says she understands agriculture culture and has a good mid Western values. And yes. He says he might show up at the caucus tonight but mainly to watch the spectacle but this is the kind of disaffected Republican and that the Democratic Party Democratic candidates are trying to do one thing. I've learned here in Iowa that when people go in tonight I mean. The results can be really unpredictable. Taboo pray talk things out and and who knows right and it's been we've heard stories about how many people have not yet made up their minds and so things could change once people get in the room tonight at the Caucasus.
Markets doubt Fed's ability to defend economy, spur inflation
"Here's christine lagarde chairwoman of the international monetary fund and a newly nominated e._c._b. President earlier this year. The bottom line is that after two years of solid expansion the world economy is growing more slowly then unexpected and risks are rising. Growth concerns have been at the heart of the dovish pivot. We've seen from central banks. This year and markets on our economists alike now expect the fed just start delivering rate cuts as soon as this month. Here's fed chair jerome powell testifying on capitol hill just last week and our june meeting. We indicated did that. In light of increased uncertainties about the economic outlook in muted inflation pressures we would closely monitor the implications of incoming information for the economic outlook and would act as appropriate to sustain the expansion the market reaction to all of this has been noteworthy typically growth concerns rise investor demands shifts towards less less risky assets that means investors usually buy bonds causing yields to decline and sell stocks causing equity prices to fall a recently. We've generally seen the reverse with bond yields declining while stock prices have risen to all-time highs many think this is because fed cuts just protecting against a downturn rather than actually responding to one but others things stocks and bonds are sending very different messages about growth with bond investors more worried about recession while equity investors are focusing on the upside of course markets are fickle these days and this pattern between stocks and bonds has waxed and waned but the broader questions remain how concerned about growth growth should we really be and are fed actions which some believe have been too responsive to markets in the end helping or hurting the growth outlook from here the the answer to these questions and implications for asset performance are top of mind. I i turned to legendary investor dollar-euro founder and co chief investment investment officer of bridgewater associates to see what he makes of these developments. Dalia thinks the recent market action makes sense but is worried about an adverse environment for growth in nathen ahead. We're really grappling with the question of whether there is a disconnect between stocks and bonds and what their pricing in terms of growth stock values and fundamental we determine why the present value of expected cash flows and when interest rates go down that's a positive dachshund present value since so when i look at the decline and interest rates and the move to do a more stimulus effect policy i look at that as a temporary positive of effect on stocks by that it is a non sustainable effect on stocks for the long run because there is a limitation as to how far interest rates i can go down and how quantitative easing can work so when interest rates go down causes the present value of assets to rise but <hes> it also means that there's less stimulation in the bottle because you get closer to interest interest rates approaching zero think of this as a stimulus that is in a bottle and it's running out so if you use it yes you can you can get a kick out of the economy and a kick out of the markets but the important shift in the world will be coming when monetary policy is not very effective when they're essentially out of the stimulant is in the bottle dalia was concerned that the fed and other other central banks are running out of stimulus. He also thinks the fed's shift to a more dovish. Monetary policy was appropriate and if anything could have come sooner and he doesn't give much credence to the view that the fed has been responsive to bond market concerns. Here's what he had to say on the fed it worry too much about a strong economy with breath limited capacity to expand and they were worried about the combination of the fiscal stimulation and the low rates of employment and and that inflation would accelerate they were very worried about the classic cycle happening in my opinion too worried about that and so going into two year end they over tighten the ending <hes> then did a sharp reversal opinion and appropriate sharp reversal because the inflation risks and the growth risks are exaggerated but ultimately there is a narrative in the markets now has been overly responsive to bond market pricing so just to clarify you don't agree with that. View doesn't carry much weight with me. I think that people who say that presume that the fed things the bond market is right and one can conjecture at the bond market see something that the fed needs to follow or or one could say that the yield curve becoming inverted and what is discounted and the price means something that the fed should be more cautious. Those was a reasonable statement. Realistically you have to ask what is that something that is causing the long rates to go down while the economy's slowing slowing for a number of reasons and then of course we're fairly late in the cycle we have the greater wealth gap and optimism polarity laverty and geopolitical issues particularly with china so if you were to look at the world economy as a whole you would say say that there should be an easier monetary policy and if you look at the interest rate differentials and the currency movement and what the federal reserve i can do it's reasonable that interest rates would go down and that they would be led by the market at a faster pace <hes> than <hes> the fed goldman sachs strategist agree that recent market actions make sense amid rising growth uncertainty. They actually argue that despite very high index levels you can nc growth concerns reflected across risky assets in the performance of higher quality and defensive sectors in equity credit and commodity markets so bond markets are less of an outlier than they first appear beyond hot seats. The firm's chief economist says these growth concerns are overdone if anything he's more concerned about the direction the fed and is less convinced that the benefits of easing here outweigh the potential costs namely the increased likelihood of so-called hard landing for the u._s. economy. How worried should we really be about u._s. And global growth it seems to me that the growth outlook while clearly not a strong as in two thousand seventeen two thousand eighteen eighteen is still pretty decent. We're looking for growth in the two percent range in the second half of this year and then actually a little bit more than that in two thousand thousand and twenty which would still put us a touch above or estimate the underlying trend pace of growth which is in the 175 range so <hes> yeah we're we're we would say cautiously optimistic that were still going to see decent one reason for this is the easing and and financial conditions which has taken place really for most of this year and again more clearly in recent weeks which should mean that the impulse from financial financial conditions to growth is going to become somewhat more positive as the year goes on that trip b visible and things like homebuilding where there's a very direct impact from for mortgage rates and also personal consumption where equity prices obviously matter so how much should the recent shift toward and even more dovish bias from the fed which has this recently prompted us to assume that we are going to see some cuts this year how much should that temper concerns about growth and inflation disappointments. I mean does that really need on all well. I think it helps easier monetary policy. I think does have real effects. I think in the u._s. It's uh relatively easy to generate positive impulses because the funds rate is two point four percent strictly in positive territory you can law or the funds rate you can thereby generate easing financial conditions that will have an impact on growth and of course some of this is already frontloaded market pricing anticipating fed cuts cuts in the us to me doesn't look particularly necessary. I mean to me it. Actually looks like the economy is fine even without monetary easing so here. It's really not a question of whether monetary easing is effective but whether it's necessary. Do you think the fed is setting up a policy mistake by intending or signaling. They're on the verge of cuts. It's a question of costs and benefits so i think when the economy is generally fine and you're maybe providing a little a bit more additional stimulus. The benefit is relatively limited and it's possible that ultimately over stimulate the economy you push the unemployment unemployment rate down to a level that is too low to be sustained in the longer term with inflation at about two percent and then and you need to increase the unemployment rate over time and historically. It's been very difficult to do that without a recession. There's never been an increase in the average of the unemployment rate of more than thirty five basis disappoints that wasn't associated with the recession and i think that's probably a somewhat bigger issue now than it might have been comparable episodes in the past because because of some of the politics and some of the influence on the fed from the electoral calendar for example we are going into an election year if they we do deliver some insurance cots and two thousand and <hes> nineteen <hes> as we're we're we're projecting it will be much harder to to unwind. Those insurance cuts in two thousand twenty. If it turns out that the not needed or maybe even counterproductive <hes> now if it was a very clear cut that case i think they would hike in two thousand twenty but at the margin it's just going to be a harder as you approach a probably very contentious presidential look so do you think the market is too concerned about growth and maybe not concerned enough that the fed could be heading ultimately atlanta counterproductive jim action. Yes <hes> i. I am concerned about that. I think that the market is somewhat concern. On growth. I think markets to lawn flation asian markets underestimating the extent to which the current weak inflation numbers are driven by more special factors. I think what chairman paul's at at the me press conference not doing press conference but the main press conference about the outliers in the core p._c. A._c. numbers and the much stronger message sent by the dallas fed's trim mean p._c. Index all of those things i thought were correct then and they remain correct saw aw i think we'll see you see a rebound inflation and not as concerned about inflation expectations as many in the markets partly because i think that break even inflation compensation in the bond. The market is not a great measure of inflation expectations. The service actually still look consistent with inflation expectations that are anchored around two percent so yeah i mean i i have a different sense of the relative risks and therefore also a different sense of where you're more likely to make a mistake i think the dominant market view is that the fed's been too slow and they continue to be too slow and they need to move expeditiously in the direction of easier policy. My view is that if they moved too quickly and to aggressively than they are at risk of over stimulating the economy and thereby raising the risk of a hard landing you know maybe not in twenty twenty but <hes> at some point in the future janas also somewhat concerned about the amount of political pressure on the fed which poses a threat to its independence so obviously the other factor here has been the white house's pressure on the fed to keep rates low or cut further. How much do you think that's benefactor. Do you think there there is reason to be concerned about the independence of the fed well. I think there is some reason to be to be concerned. I mean the pressure has been very overt. Coach and the desire to appoint political loyalists to <hes> fed positions has definitely been there so there has been talk about firing or demoting chair paul. It's a little unclear how far that <hes> that wind but you know all of goals things are of course threats to the independence of the of the federal reserve. I think the fed is still independence. Still does act independently leave. I don't think that chair paul and his colleagues take orders from the white house. However i also think that there is sort of an indirect avenue the new for pressure on the fed that goals via the bond market because clearly the bond market is responsive to political chatter and reports of much more dovish appointees appointees for the board of governors or demands for for rate cuts and to the extent that the f._o._m._c. puts more weight on bond market pricing and setting a <hes> its own policy. I think that is way in which the political pressure can actually have some impact so for me. This is another reason to be somewhat skeptical that that we should be putting all that much weight on bond market pricing and be a bit more resistant to the idea of the fed should be just deliver what the bond market's pricing so what would this slightly more optimistic outlook mean for the sustainability of the broader rallies. We've seen in pretty much everything this year even if growth holds up as our economists m._s. expect goldman sachs research things were still likely to see to federate cuts and a broader bond rally prevail but that won't do much to boost stocks going forward according to our achieve u._s. Equities strategist david causton who sees growth and policy uncertainty keeping equities moving sideways through your end as positioning
"dalia" Discussed on KTOK
"You can link up to Dalia Schweitzer at coast to coast, AM dot com. We're talking about L A private is in particular, but also the, the idea of detective fiction and, and, and how important it is to have mysteries. And I think that, that, that's this idea, I think, especially as we get around summer. All these books come out, and they'll be more good mystery movies, and debt flicks. And, you know, all on every platform, digital or broadcast, there's always a, a strong sector of mysteries and whether they're nonfiction mysteries or, you know, the, the detective type or whether they're dismissed, as in general, you know, I think this is it speaks we love. I think we're dying to think that there's more to life than what we see with our eyes or experience in our Monday-night lives. What do you think? I actually with you a hundred percent and that it's been 'cause I didn't think of the connection before, but that with the book that I'm working on now which deals with haunted, homes, and Jomon television, where I think it's also the same kind of thing where it's just fascination with what's behind the curtain. Yeah, it almost like if you accept everything in your life, it just what you can see, touch, or feel it almost seems. I mean, that's what you think it's just that's it. That's all there is to life what we can experience in the sort of day to day, sensory thing if that's all that there is for you. Sometimes I feel like that just means that you have the lack of imagination like one hundred right. So I don't think I'm creating these mysteries. I think there are mysteries that exist. Although we, we miss used the term all the time. We talk about there is. Things are mysterious until they're not, you know, we don't know the answer to them. But it's that pursuit of trying to always find something that perhaps, nobody else's experienced before, and being able that you say to pull back the curtain or, or put the flashlight on something which. Exposes that had been there, all along, which up until that moment that exact moment, nobody was for sure existed. And I think we are drawn to that. We have must've been, you know, it's like hard wired into us as human beings to have to uncover mysteries. I think that makes complete sense, and I think it's also it doesn't have to be something that no one discovered before. I think it's this, it's something that secret from the majority. Right. And so we want to I five people love conspiracy theory. I think people are all kind of fascinated if there's like there's a small group of people who know something, you wanna know what that is right? All part of the same mentally so going back to the idea of the detective so Dashiell Hammett responsible for Sam Spade. And, and for the great Bogart leader representation on film, but that having Humphrey Bogart playing Daschle Hammett novel was pretty pretty perfect casting. I mean he kind of pulls that off. Although I think the original. Some of the descriptions of the original the -tective, he was sort of maybe a little shorter. A little heavier set, like even more of an outsider like didn't look good didn't his suits, didn't fit right in there was there was that, but then later on with the Jim Thompson, who becomes like the consummate Pulp Fiction writer, as opposed to say the Noir writer, he becomes the Pulp Fiction writer that the, the other thing that those two guys had in common writing these, these stories is that they were both marxists. They were both communists. And what we're saying about the outsider exactly they were the alternate, outsider, they, and they were secret communists. They weren't killing anybody that they were communists. And that was informing this idea of, of, of always wanting to expose. America. And I think that's an interesting idea because otherwise, we think of those detectives as sort of consummate American lone wolf sheriff types when they weren't really necessarily thought of that by the writers themselves. No. I think you made a good point earlier with the fact that the sheriff analogy doesn't really work because that implies the detective is somehow, you know, part of the establishment, which he's not, and I think also to go back to the March this thing, a lot of these private eyes are not capitalist. You know, right, there, also not exactly that Americans. Yeah. They were anti-capitalist because they were looking at these at these Banaba leasing and companies, and they were seeing these fat cats, lighting their cigars with ten dollar bills, and whatever. And they were repulsed by that. And they were you this idea of the common man, sort of the depression era common. Man, you know, they were they were for the, the waitress that was working for tips, and they were all the people that were on the low end of the economic scale, and they almost had sort of a deal with the devil to accept money to investigate things, but frequently those detectives never actually took any money you know, they did it for principal in the end they never. They. Dollars a day, plus expenses. Right. They weren't looking to get rich off of it. But back to the sheriff thing, I, I don't wanna come down to hard on it, because I think there are aspects of it that are like that. But then the other piece to it is in the Jim Thompson, one of his most famous stories. The killer inside me. There is a sheriff, that's cleaning up the town. He just also happens in, I'm not giving anything away because this is the story. The famous story is the sheriff also happens to be the serial killer that's killing all the people, and he is also the sheriff investigating himself, and that so perfect for what, you know, how new are of the evolved into into Pulp Fiction, right? And you, you have twist on that in LA confidential where that police chief is the one who's doing all the I think all the corruption drug dealing and all that, right. Or for that matter Chinatown. Yeah. In the same way, I it's always that it's sort of that, you know, the, the, the bugs under the rock, you know, that if they find the rebel the pri- the rock back and show, what had been there, all along. All you saw into that point was the, the garden, you know, stepping stone through a beautiful world, but you pull up those rocks in the garden. It's not as pretty when you pull the rock back and that goes back to the fatty are bungle in Hollywood in this area that, you know, Hollywood is so beautiful on the surface. But then, you know you pull back the screen and you've got all those roaches running around, and I think also with the, the private detective, one of the analogies that I make is it's like a sweater where you have, you know, a little people yard out and you're like me. That. And then suddenly, you've unravelled the whole sweater. So it always starts off where the private is hired to investigate. You know, a potential blackmailer or missing daughter. Whatever it's dairy confined, kind of case, and then, of course, one starts digging into it. It ends up being this labyrinth where, you know, politicians are involved. There's a massive web pornographer or always become, as you said, like you think I'm just looking for that one bugs did that one bug under the rock lift up the rock, and then, you know, fifty cockroaches. Right. And those cockroaches are the police chief the Bishop, you know, the right, all these, it's, it's so corrupt that it's like so it's almost it's also you want to say put the rock back put the rock back. You don't even wanna tired of magin that, that all of the structures of society are as corrupt as they are made out to be, what do you think you mentioned the black? Dahlia earlier and you have a connection in your in your name. So what do you think of that story all these years later, we still have yet to solve that mystery? And that's a consummate LA mystery story. I think interesting that it never sort of officially got close. I always kind of got the impression that it was George hotel, right? You didn't. You don't feel like I mean you're more true crimes. No. No, no. I agree with the hotel theory. Yeah. Yeah. So I I always felt like a kinda got solved and what I run is I live around the corner from that house. Do you really and that was what I moved into my apartment? That was not something. I mean it was not like logistically plan thing. But yeah, I walked by that house. Multiple times a day with my dog and is just as creepy as you would think. Yeah. Beautiful at the same time. Right. I mean I couldn't I mean I couldn't imagine living there. Right. The but so what other just outside of the, you know, the text of your book, what are the other sort of definitive real life, LA mysteries, who that are often than imitated in these novels where they take sort of, like, you know, the archetype of the butt of the real LA mystery stories, which are. The ones that you think capture the spirit of the city the most. I honestly feel I mean, I know we've kinda covered it, but I honestly feel like the, the death of Marilyn Monroe. And the black Dahlia murders were really kind of his at all because of what they like because of the, the women who died, and they were so beautiful and it was shrouded in this mystery. And, you know, even though people say that with Marilyn Monroe was an accidental overdose. There are a lot of different theories. And so, I think it was it was never kind of conclusively laid to rest for a lot of people, which is also what happened with the black Dalia, and I think this idea of these actresses, who are then somehow destroyed by the Hollywood machine. I feel like at least for me those two kind of tragic figures really exemplified the worst of Hollywood. You know that the girls come to LA, you know, to be to be star to be discovered, and then they end up, you know, dead at their prime kind of thing. But that's interesting that you mentioned those two because a lot of ways they those to exist, sort of intention with each other. Because the black Dahlia murder was of a woman who had didn't have a career, she had tried and had yet to get any success really as an actress or performer, even though that's why she came out to LA. And then Marilyn Monroe who was, you know, the best known actress in America at that time. And so you have those two sides of the, you know, not famous famous both have to do with women both have to do with sexual exploitation. Both have to do with the.
Supply demands: Yemen peace talks
"Today representatives of warring sides in the conflict in Yemen are due to meet in Jordan for the latest round of talks aimed at ending the violence. They come as Yemen's war stretches into its fifth year. Across the country. The rebel group known as the who 'this is battling the forces of a western backed government that governments also supported by Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates. The people of the world's poorest country have suffered extrordinary famine and disease as the violence has dragged on at the end of last year. There came a whisper of hope as the United Nations secretary general until Goethe's announced an agreement between any factions that were meeting in Sweden, Sealy hope. That's we are living the beginning of the end of one of the biggest tragedies of the twenty first century the conflict in Yemen. The deal focused on ending standoff between who these and government forces at the vital port city of data. And it is my belief. That's the question of day. There was the make or break. But the agreement didn't seem to herald much of a breakthrough. Has seen issue number to start calm agreement. We didn't feel that was major change Dalia cost. Him is Yemen. Humanitarian who works in data. She spoke to journalists in London earlier this year. The only thing that changed was the bombardment stopped inside the city itself. The fighting continues to happen outside the city and the frontlines continue to shift. The humanitarian situation is just getting worse and worse physically any. Today's talks are part of an effort to break the deadlock. Today. Jordan, the derails and the Yemeni government are sitting down. And this is really an effort to consolidate a ceasefire agreement that was reached last year. But that what they never really took effect March McShane are Middle East editor one of the biggest parts of that agreement was meant to be a pullout of the rebels from the main port of data, and they did not actually pull out. So part of the focus of today's talks is not only to make sure that pullout is actually happening, but also figure out how to share revenues from the port of data, and that might seem like a small thing. But it's actually quite important. The rebels control the bulk of the population areas in Yemen, and in those areas people have not been paid salaries for years, and the thought is if that if you can start to get some revenue from the port, and then spread that revenue around it will ease the economic crisis in Yemen. But but why data why is that so important so up to eighty percent of imports and aid a pass through data, and the rebels have controlled the port on the ground at see the coalition that by Saudi Arabia and United Arab Emirates, they control. The parents is for ships to come in. And the problem with that is the coalition has been using this power to really cut off the north in the areas of Yemen controlled by the who tease cut them off economically and really strangled them. And so do you think the the meeting today represents the chance for some progress on this? I mean after a an agreement that's stalled for months. I mean, there is so much distrust on all sides you want to be optimistic, but you wanted to be optimistic back in December. When all the stuff was agreed initially, and what happened then was you know, the these kind of faked a pullout they handed over power over the port to the guard and police forces that were basically just aligned with them. So they basically just handed power back to themselves in other uniforms. So I'm not terribly optimistic about this. I think it's just really hard to be optimistic about Yemen in general the reason to be a bit more optimistic. This time is that the UN is overseeing this pullout. And so far they say it's all going to plan at the same time. You have government officials who disagree with them Cessna. So the UN is mediating these talks, but but who are the real power roofers here who has to be convinced who's who's working from the sidelines. So this is a really difficult thing about Yemen at the talks in Jordan, you have the rebels you have the government. But that's not nearly all the players who are battling in the country the offensive last year on her that it was led by the marauders and they're using forces Salafist forces their line with secessionists in the south their partner with Saudi Arabia. Saudi arabia. Meanwhile, partnered with local Islamists. There's also the forces that are loyal to the former president Elliott Dila Sala there were previously along with the who 'this that alliance broke up in that the end of two thousand seventeen there now aligned loosely with the Maradas. So it's it's a bit of a mess in a bit of a Patrick, and you have she you have a lot of the other forces who aren't part of the talks in Jordan feeling quite left out will end, and you mention Saudi Arabia a couple of times. Amid the patchwork and Saudi is and turn backed by America, where talk of this humanitarian mess seems to be sort of increasing recently. Yeah. Yeah. So in April of the Senate and the house voted to end American support for the war in Yemen. And it's an issue that seems to come up whenever sort of America wants to take a shot at Saudi Arabia in particular. Now, Donald Trump really values the relationship with Saudi Arabia's. So he he vetoed the resolution that was meant to end America's support. And I think you'll continue to veto any efforts that are that are meant to cut America's support for the war in Yemen. I mean, it's an issue in America that doesn't really resonate. You know, the war in Yemen is also often called the forgotten war. And I think that that's really true in America. And earlier this week Saudi Arabia said that some of its ships had been damaged by an attack. Is there any connection with with any of this? It's all quite murky right now. You have reports from American officials who are figuring on. But doing so anonymously in their speculation that could be Orion proxies at the same time. You have a reports that the who 'these are attacking Saudi installations again, it's not clear if that's related at all to these ship attacks. But it's the type of thing that gets you quite nervous because you have you now have hawks to the controlling policy in America, and the Ron and they're looking for publications and Yemen sort of plays into this. I mean, certainly America in is invoking Yemen as part of its anti Iran campaign. So, you know, an attack by proxy on some ships in the strait over moose might be the exact type of thing that leads to a bigger war. Roger thank you very much for joining us.
Benjamin Netanyahu set for record 5th term in Israel
"Are few countries whose elections command widespread international attention and very few such countries as small as Israel approximately the size of El Salvador with a population roughly comparable to that of Papua New Guinea, but Israel since its foundation in nineteen forty eight has become accustomed to being a story in which the whole world is invested. Israeli elections are never straightforward not once has any party won a majority on its own and government is always by coalition. And the this week's election was close. It allowed a narrow path to continuing power for Benjamin Netanyahu who now prepares to serve a fifth term as Israel's prime minister Netanyahu is by now for better and for worse. A very well known quantity. Many have interpreted his reelection as an indicator of a gathering right would drift by an increasingly uncompromising country. But and this would be a first where is. Rayle is concerned. Is it really that simple? This is the foreign desk. That he does not in buddy. Now represents all Rayleigh. He is elected prime minister. He knob in related for fister, certainly means a lot. But if you get this is what he's trying to do when we we accept that. Whether we're falling observers always Riley with thing along with him. Would completely expected. But what was not really expected, and what's is a little bit. Weary and problematic with Russ tinian. It was the right wing victory to that percentage. Israel has always been self conscious of its image around the world, and Israel has always known that it has one huge friend, which is America and San Yahoo. Who was not in great terms with the previous American president. And all of a sudden now, you have Trump is president and is released like Israel has been Netanyahu's position has been vindicated. You're listening to the foreign desk with me Andrew Miller on today's show on joined by Dr Dali Shenlin and show Feffer dully Shenton is a public opinion expert and strategic consultant who joins us from Tel Aviv and show Feffer is a journalist and author of BB the turbulent life and times of Benjamin Netanyahu and chill joins us from Jerusalem. Dalia? Is there a consistent reason? Do you think why the people who have voted for Netanyahu vote for him? If you were to ask his most loyal voters. What is it that appeals to about Netanyahu? What would be their response people who are stable supporters among them. Some of them are longtime traditional Likud voters Likud is one of a few parties left in Israel that has a traditional vote going back generations, certainly back to nineteen seventy seven and some of the people who vote for Likud just continue because it's part of their identity to vote Likud. But in addition to that, of course, they support Netanyahu. And I think it's a little bit of a miscarriage. Irritation. You hear frequently in this election that it's all about Netanyahu's personality people really support his policy those who have voted for him. They support the fact that he has not moved ahead on his Palestinian negotiations in a way that would lead to a Palestinian state. They believed that he is restrained when it comes to wars and escalations and doesn't always jump into wars and most of all the love his foreign policy. And the reason why new people voted for him is very similar to the reason why some of the supporters vote for him, maybe without the kind of long-term identity based reason for supporting we could before we look at Walt Benjamin Netanyahu's fifth term might entail, Israel, we should examine the likelihood of him actually getting to serve all how big a threat to his immediate political future of these corruption charges still looming against him there, quite a major threat. There was through cozy three investigations which have been. Wrapped up by the police with recommendations to indict him for bribery. The attorney general has accepted most of those recommendations and ready issued his official warning that he intends to for bribery and one case in for fraud and breach attrition to others. It's still has the right to a pre trial hearing, which will take some time Pepsi few months, but one that is over and assuming his lowest fail to convince the attorney general's every case, and we all the care has been taken into sending these I find it hard. I think it's not happening this we'll be we'll be facing charges in cold within some six twelve months. So if he's threatening the jeopardy of his victim just to fuller that up and Joel has there been any discussion at all of how he can hope to govern in any meaningful sense while actually appearing in court defending himself against what are quite serious charges. Well, there's been a great deal of discussion about that foot for quite a while. Now, that's now saying in the open that I don't believe that charges will be we'll be pressed because I will prove in the hearings that has nothing in these charges. They hasn't privately that if the charges are brought in. He intends to to stay with this kind of being prime minister despite having to pairing now, another people in Israel, including some of coalition members believe at that point. I it would it would be ridiculous permitted to remain. There's no precedent for Israeli law is does not stipulate that he has to resign. But there's there's widespread disbelief that he could hold on after that, then he'll try and who knows he's he's defiant. We had a team in other cases. Maybe it's maybe it will succeed as well. But it is really the main obstacle facing. And the biggest question Mark moving moving over his future. Dolly one difference in this election. Obviously was the emergence of a new position alliance, or at least a new opposition figurehead, which is the the the former idea chief general bennigan's, do we get a sense yet of whether Gaunt's intends to stick around as an opposition figure. And if he did whether he would be regarded. As a credible implausible one by Israeli voters. Oh, divi- divide generally tend to take the view that you had your shot and you failed and you are therefore done our bike to enter that. But I I do want to augment by. I response about why people support on Yahoo to follow up on the issue of the indictments just briefly, we should point out that I think I've heard a lot of people who were not planning on voting the cooed before. But said they changed their minds to vote Likud because they felt the indictments are either overblown exaggerated or agree with Netanyahu's own a narrative that there is some sort of a collusion or conspiracy. If you will between the forces of the left, the media, and they are pressuring the the judicial law enforcement system, and I think we need to take that into account. In addition to the issues of people who were simply supportive Netanyahu everybody who thinks that he is guilty. And then he does represent a certain form of corrupt governance and has been self serving. And we'll do anything to stay in power and represents the corruption of our institutions. Those are the people who supported Ganz and other members of the opposition. But I think that Ganz his party in relation to your second question really got the votes of a wide swath of people from the Israeli center. Many of them from the Israeli left and probably some from the Israeli right which seems to have lost three seats as a block many of them coming from other parties, but some of them clearly wanting to replaces on Yahoo by supporting Ganz now will he stay around. There's no way to know Israel. We have to remember that he is positioned himself as a centrist party and Israel. Does not have historically a great history with centrist parties, they tend to stick around for one or two cycles before kind of diminishing and then sometimes even collapsing. So I think it's not only about Gant's, but about the role for these kinds of parties that try to avoid taking a strong position on some of the most divisive issues in Israel, particularly, of course, the Israeli Palestinian conflict. And then we'll see if either he continues as a politician or whether his centrist party, which is. Strange coalition of three other party, three parties altogether. Whether they can see eye to eye on policies enough to keep them together. As a party until Bergamo McNeil who has worked I think coin to seed you asleep both in Israel and over seas to portray himself as the embodiment of the Israeli nation. And for that reason, certainly when I think is very looked at from overseas. People tend to regard Israel through the prism of Benyamin Netanyahu. We're going to talk in the second part of the show about how Netanyahu operates in the world and about how he plans to operate in the world. But when that view goes back the other way when people look at Israel and think of Benjamin Netanyahu. What are they not seeing what part of Israel that is still alive and vigorous now, he's not being represented in the government or the character of its prime minister. Well, yeah. I mean. Agrees with with this. But I think ace Pat to characterize the election as having been a referendum on the suit the busy for offense. And if you look at the numbers, this was a you're you're quoting from London where the issue of a referendum is still very much alive. Two and a half year after Brexit. This was a fifty three forty seven results. So forty seven percents of his railings, despite that's overpowering charisma, very successful campaign, and you just make ten years of successful governments in in terms of economy and relatives communist real and improving foreign relations despite everything that people thinking that's forty seven percent voted against him. Which is I think quite an impressive numbers almost half of the country. So is not represent Israel. If you look at their own party votes than he does certainly and did they could property which they needed for so long, but the view that he and buddy. This is what he's trying to do. And when we we accept that. Whether we're falling observers always Riley's where basically playing along with him
"dalia" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
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Drinking two or more diet beverages a day linked to high risk of stroke, heart attacks
"Show I die coke yesterday. And the reason why I had a diet coke because because I didn't want the calories Coca Cola, and I love Coca Cola. I like I could take like Coca Cola any day. I liked the songs of Coca Cola. I like the commercials of Coca Cola RC is good Pepsi's. Good. And some of the other colas don't give me a Shasta. Tell us a soda don't give me don't give me any of that. I like Coca Cola the best. But I don't want the sugar. So I will just to get a little bit of a taste of non water, drink a diet coke. But if they say two cans of sugar, free, diet drinks a day. It's going to increase your chance of heart attack or stroke by a third now, they looked at eighty thousand winning. So now, we're talking to win because, you know, people like well men always get heart attacks, you know, first of all, no men, don't always get heart attacks. Number two women are just at risk rally risk. And they say major study of eighty thousand women is one of the first times the risk of specific types of stroke in older women who drink diet drinks has been steady. I don't know if I'm considered older. Over fifty. Okay. Okay. I'm getting there though. I'm getting there in a hot second. Women who drank the fizzy drink are thirty one percent more likely to have a stroke caused by get this a blood clot because people go away. You're talking stroke, but what kind of stroke? You're talking about a schemic strokes or a hemorragic stroke. Where you bleed have a bleed to the brain. Caffeine in a drink could possibly do that. But they're actually talking which is what scares the hell out of me. Schemic strokes caused by blood clots. They say twenty nine percent more likely to develop heart disease. Sixteen percent more likely to die than women who rarely drink that why the hell is it affecting the heart and affecting the brain to that degree? So obviously, there's a similar mechanism at play with these diet drinks putting the war risk for clots. Now could be because of the insulin. The insulin induction from the very very highly. Sweet artificial sweetener artificial sweeteners are hundreds of times where Sweden real sugar. So I told you what ends up happening. This is why people gain weight on these streets. But what ends up happening is you start beating drink sweet and your brain notices because of your tongue, right? Your tongue has receptors that can tell the brain of something sweets coming or something salty coming. And so then the brain starts getting the body ready. So when something very very sweet like an artificial sweetener is coming down the pike. Your body gets ready and your pancreas gets a signal to start shooting out of insulin. This is why we get hypoglycemic with diet drinks because you end up taking a drink. There's really nothing to add there's no real nutritional value. And then you have all this insulin right going. Well, where's the sugar? And then whenever sugared finds it tries to move towards the cells. And then you end up not really feeding yourself. And so then the bodies like, whoa. Whoa. Whoa. Whoa. Whoa. Hold the phone. Okay. This Dalia chick is kinda stupid the leg. I know man. I told you Bob. Well, I, you know, I tried to give her the benefit of the doubt. So she drinks fake food. So she's gonna drink fake food. We need to slow down metabolism because she's not feeding us and we. Need to store up because I don't think she knows what's real food at what is I told you she's dove. So anyway, my body has this conversation all the time. And here, I am, you know, thinking, oh, you know, I'm going to let you know. Pretty like, what was it? It was it like Cindy Crawford us to do those diet drinks right back in the eighties or whatever. So I'm Christi Brinkley's. I'm like I'm going to look like that. When I'm in my forties. I'm drinking diet soda, and it doesn't work. But again, why would it make you clot? Well, it could be maybe the insulin. Or maybe it's just there's so many caustic things in these bubbly fizzy drinks that could be the unfortunately put you at risk now. Doctor Yasmin Mosa VAR Romani lead author of the study by the American Heart Association, American Stroke Association, said many, well, meaning people especially those who are overweight or obese drink low calorie sweetened drinks calories in their diet. They say our research, another observational. Studies
"dalia" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"K, and they're trying to test me. They do some push back. I tell him to do something. Like, what are you gonna do about it? Excuse me. Yeah. What are you going to do about it? And then I oh my gosh. We are talking hurricane Dalia. And if you guys ever seen hurricane Dalia, but nothing to standing I mean, we are talking houses are leveled. Okay. Don't test me? They lose the car. They lose the phone. Computers are gone, right? No dinner. I I'll all the clothes. I bought for them out of their closet. Right. Take away their soap, they're like you could have toothbrush. Now, you're pressure your teeth. But I mean, I bring the rain. Okay. Mom, fine. It's fine. I'll do it. I'll eat my vegetables. And that's the thing. They have to know when you're a mom that starting to lose control of your kids. You need to do something. Unpredictable. And let them know that you are still in control. Now, I'm going to try to be abusive or anything like that. It's just I'm trying to garner some respect they think bat talk to their mama. You guys all saw that text exchange. I'm trying to talk to them about needs us locations that I'm learning at a conference, and they're giving me crap. Like, really, you know, are you are you are you. Sure your doctor. You know, you don't know what the hell you're talking about this other talk to me. So I get I, you know, they wanna look like they could talk to me. I'm sure that love to call me by my first name. I'm Mike kids are dying to call me by my first name. Call me mom, and I'm not gonna let them do that. 'cause I'm mommy, I am always going to be, mommy. They could call me. But they're not gonna call me Dali I'm going to be like oh hell now. My husband doesn't call me Dahlia he called me doll. Okay. But nobody's nobody calls me Dahlia, so how do you kinda you know, gain that control your kids woke brush your teeth? You know, we don't hit. We don't spank. We don't do that anymore. But we sure are allowed to threaten you could still threaten as a and sometimes you could just give a look now, my kids know that I don't stop and I always win. All right. Maybe they've seen me give up a couple of times, which is a big mistake. And so I learned that unless I get what I want the apology them to do what I want. I'm not gonna stop. And so they know they are going to be in for a long night along week along year until I get what I want mom. What's for dinner? Did you apologize yet? Mom, I'm hungry. What did you apologize yet? Mom that was three weeks ago. Did you apologize yet? Sorry now that wasn't sincere. And so for me, I think the kids just have to learn that it's going to be painful center with my husband. You know? He's been asking me to shave my legs for for weeks. Now. Jackie. He doesn't dare. Hey, it's wintertime, leave me alone. Now, I want to be wanting to dress this. We don't worry shaved I shave them. 'cause we're in address gotta hate dresses. I love pants dresses are just too much. So anyway. So you got gain that control. But if you have older kids that don't wanna listen to you and wanted to the wrong thing and want to flex you. Let them flex a little bit. You could say, okay. You want to what you know? I'll let you park. You know in the mommy spot that. If you want a seat at the table, if you want you could give him whatever. But you'd better show respect the second. I see you don't show.
"dalia" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
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"dalia" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM
"Genesis communications network for making the show happen. Big things at Daniel was working the dials. Hey, thanks for tuning in. We really do. Appreciate it. Don't forget. The follow us on Twitter at Dr Dalia and on Facebook, the Dr Dalia show. Okay. So. One thing I'm noticing with some of the youth out there. Is there starting to miss fell thinks? Or use improper grammar not hyphenate properly. Put the period. After the parentheses rather than before the parentheses. And I work with a lot of younger people K work with on medical students, college students, high school, students, etc. I grade people's papers, and I really should make it a job. I honestly, you know, you really should do that. Where you you know, some of these high school students have extra money. I mean, rather than the binding on vaping have them pay you to proofread and edit their paper, send me the Google docs. I'll fix it send it back that really would be a great business. I anybody needs to make money just set that business up. That's a great idea. But one thing I'm noticing as I am proof reading and grading and doing things for the young ones. Is there spelling has gotten worse their grammars gone worst or punctuation gotten worse and a lot of these kids out there dangling.
"dalia" Discussed on REAL 92.3
"Both y'all had. Yeah. Komo Dalia put it on your marriage. Exactly. Marriage. And I love. Oh, you're stupid Louis. You're so dumb. This. You did. Now, what would you say guy? We love you. Now. What were you saying about his height? Yeah. Man. Oh my God. Now now. Sixty all you would have had. I you know, what I'm saying. Eight five nine and up. You were saying. Yeah. Hold on for. We're see you see George Lopez. Okay. You are more than welcome. Stumped. The elf is going down to four six eight nine two three that's eight six six two four six eight nine two three and we're going to get right into big bang. But we gotta come back, and we got a double the punishment. Got to parties standing. All right, right. Nice cat. Don't. Don't. Follow. The ball. Certain. Pogo? Blue the white folks don't. Nope. Everything proper no propaganda. Bandanna? Flight Santer birthday party. So. The four. Talk. A year. Oh box..
"dalia" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
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"dalia" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Dalia an on Facebook the doctor delis show. Yes. I did see the game between the Rams oh my gosh. Oh my gosh. I gotta tell you. This has been one hell of a football season. I am just blown away by some of the things. He's teams have done. Can't wait for football thanksgiving. We're going to talk a little bit more about that. In the next hour had handle thanksgiving. How to deal with the in laws coming into town. I know I know what's a feature pads. So well, you know. Hit those those topics but a fantastic job Goff Mahomes. Honestly and the teams just a phenomenal football yesterday. All right. So. We can't predict. Who you're dating is going to turn around and kill you. You know, we're in shock with what happened in mercy hospital in Chicago yesterday. But we can identify some red flags if you are in an abusive relationship. And sometimes if you are in a relationship with somebody abusive they may have that streak or that tendency to become violent. So according to kids Hera dot org. The following is a list of warning signs. Be in a relationship that may be abusive or dangerous for you one. Is if your partner. Abuses, alcohol or other drugs. All right. That is a huge sign. Now. A lot of times, we will, you know, over we will see past it or will ignore it. We'll sugar coated say he likes to drink or. Yeah. He's had a bad day. And I mean love smoke gets in your eyes. I mean, you know, love makes you blind. You say look, you know, what I could overcome their shortcomings, you know, she likes to do some coke. That's you know, that's her vice. Know that could put you at risk. You have to be aware that somebody that abuses drugs will not be of their sound mind. You're falling in love with them. When they're at their good. And you may say, oh, you know, even when they're bad. They're not that bad. That's who you fell in love with that. That's not who you're being vulnerable with you have to look at it. We in science we call the rate. Limiting step. You know, or you guys may call like the weakest leak a chain is only as strong as the weakest link. Right. We'll same thing. Your relationship is only as strong as the how you guys do on a bad day. And if you're like, well, you know, what I could just them on the day. And you know, I think. That's it could be dangerous for you. If your partner has a history of Veena trouble with the law gets into fights likes to break or destroy property. They say some partners that don't work or don't go to school. So they're kind of home all day. They blame you. They treat you or for anything bad that happens. So when stuff happens, it's your fault. And you like what what what you lost job? Why is it my fault? When they blame others the abuse siblings. Other family members children's our pets. They're kicking your dog. I usually breaking up with him or her right there there there are the family members. If they put people down, including your family and friends or call them names now, that's tough. Okay. This one this one. Let's let's kinda give this one a pass because.
"dalia" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"O C D A L. Hey, Dr Dalia, this is Jim Bo. Anyway, almost fifty six. Dr. Of any sort and twenty year. I just wanted to share with you that. Maybe just a little bit of broccoli asparagus. Perrier water. Maybe a vitamin C here protein. Maybe a little laughter and your life for. Yep. Tree or talking with people. The whole better than what I see. So keep your show on the air. I'll try listen to it every day. And I can't believe how much energy that you have. Anyway, love you love you to. Thank you. Thank you for your call. You know, what's interesting. It's you know, good attitude. You have there, you know. You know, when it comes to all this. You know, what do you do what's supplement? Do. I take take the fish oil. Do I take the vitamin d do I get the b twelve shots? Do I work out three hours a day? Do I drink a glass of wine and Nigel? I not drink the alcohol. You could really drive yourself crazy. And you know, the one thing that I find very frustrating and I'm not saying living unhealthy life, quite any means no way. But the one thing I find that. I always found frustrating medical career is you know, I always thought, you know, bad things happen to bad people or bad things may happen to people that you know, just do stupid things to their body. And when I see and saw healthy people people who worked out kept their weight down. Avoided drugs didn't smoke. You know, did everything right? And then get cancer. Four heart disease or something. It kind of rattles faith a little bit. And not so much faith in religion. But faith in the idea of if you do good, and you do what you told your vegetables, you know, exercise do right? Don't dabble in drugs, you'll live long life. And when you see a lot of quote, unquote. Sees me medically innocent people come down with something. It freaks you out. You know, there are a couple of people. I know that's and you know, I'm close to them that I just out of the blue nasty cancers and their to the healthiest people, I know. And nowadays people are more open, if they do drugs, or whatever, I really believe that, you know, they don't and, you know, drugs. I mean, how many cocaine induced cancer cancers? Do we know we really don't hear about that kind of stuff? Yeah. Everybody's curious does marijuana causes cancer. Well, we need to study that more everybody seems to be wanting to city that marijuana cures cancer. But you know, maybe there is a link to marijuana use, you know. But again, these people don't do that, my friend who died of a brain tumor. He didn't do drugs. The only thing we could think of is maybe he snuck some steroids cycles in a while back. But the one thing I'm learning is. You're at the wrong place at the wrong time. And it's not that you're the wrong person. So the other day, I got out of the shower, and I know sorry for.
"dalia" Discussed on The TED Interview
"Yeah. Welcome to the Tet interview. I'm Chris Anderson. This is the puck Caceres where I sit down with a Ted speak up and be get to dive much deeper into their ideas than was possible. During that tedtalk today on guest is a slum scholar Dalia Mogo head. She is uniquely qualified to share with us insights into the state of Islam in the world today when nine eleven happened Dalia through herself into a research project with Gallup in which fifty thousand Muslims were interviewed around the world about their lives that dreams the current state of their religion that research became a book called who speaks for its Lomb. And then in twenty sixteen delegates tedtalk called what it's like to be a Muslim in America. The talk was an attempt to defuse the Islamic phobia that is rife in so many parts of the. World. What do you think? When you look at me a woman a faith an expert, maybe even a sister or oppressed, brainwashed terrorist. If some of your perceptions were negative. I don't really blame you. That's just how the media has been portraying people look like me, it was certainly an incredibly disarming talk. She got a standing ovation and changed. I think how a lot of people thought about Muslims, of course, Islamize often criticized for the actions taken in its name. So my goal with this conversation is to understand Islam better. While at the same time not shying away from hard questions. And so I'm delighted to have you here today that really was a remarkable talk. You gave I guess it's so tempting to categorize people we don't know in that talk. You helped us know you what was the reaction to the? Talk. Well, I I really wanted that talk to be a gift I wanted it to be a contribution to the audiences. Understanding I I wanted to be up there to give them the gift of new idea. And what came out of it was such a almost like a a magical reception. I mean, I had so many people tell me how much they they learned and how much they really changed. I remember one one particular person which right after the talk actually at the conference. He was there as security for one of your guests. I'm not sure who and he said, I think that I was really struggling with some of these ideas, you were talking about I think that I was really suffering from some Slama phobia. But you're taught completely changed my mind, and I wanna thank you. And I've gotten. Messages from all over the world since the talk. I I remember one I got from Jerusalem, a Jewish Israeli wrote me and said that she related so much to the ideas of the talk and how oftentimes her father who's an orthodox Jew is mistaken for Muslim when he's travelling in Europe. And and he's he himself ironically has suffered from Slama phobia. So I thought it was it was a great opportunity to to build a bridge to reveal a little bit more about the humanity of of ordinary people of Muslims, and it was really important to me at the end of the talk to make sure that no one thought I was an exception that no one could sort of dismiss my experiences just that one person it would Zeke -ception to all others. I I really do believe that. I'm entirely ordinary. And my story is so Representative of so many other people. Well, they're a billion Muslims in the world. And I guess no one who cares about the world actually can can avoid a conversation about Islam. Even if even if they're not Muslim themselves Islam is deeply involved in so many aspects of of world politics. Somebody of the scariest hottest debates conversations about the future involve Islam in some way, and we're going to come onto those and try and tackle. So some of those and then in the next hour or so, but to I I just love to know some more about you Dalia turtles about your life. Well, I there's so much to where do I begin I'm to Egypt? I was born in Cairo to to educated professionals to engineers, my parents upwardly mobile, you.
"dalia" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
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"dalia" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
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"dalia" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"On Facebook the doctor Dalia shell. So unfortunately, the Florence hurricane and tropical storm Florence death. Toll has risen to thirty two rivers are continuing to flood in North Carolina and South Carolina. Closed roads, flooding power outages. National Hurricane Center is calling post tropical cyclone Florence now. As it's moving towards the northeast chords. The hurricane forecast is for it's becoming an increasingly elongated low pressure. Areas continues to produce heavy rain over parts of the mid Atlantic region. It's eleven pm updates at four splits it to produce heavy to excessive rainfall through Tuesday. Portions of the northern mid Atlantic states in southern New England are expected to receive an additional two to four inches of rain with isolated maximum amount of six inches possible. Now the center of the storm right now one hundred five miles north western New York City and one hundred miles west of Philadelphia. That's interesting boy that moved north national weather service map shows persistent flooding. And you see lines. I'm looking at NPR's source right now. You see people lining up waiting for? Ice. The storm is playing right now for thirty two deaths. According to the Associated Press twenty four of them were North Carolina, and they expect that life. Threatening floods will continue all week. They say Virginia one person was killed as a result of a tornado associated with foreigners. The tragic death toll also includes a baby top where he was swept away from his mother whose car was overcome by floodwaters. That's sad. It's it's sad. So they say. Unfortunately, certain areas remain very dangerous. Do not drive around barricades. We're seeing this happened now. And the result is not good. Is still immediate even though there's clearing skies. Cannot see in the rainy weather you see beautiful sign unfortunate. You're still seeing some pretty heavy.
Florida Woman Says Kratom Tea Caused Daughter's Brain Damage
"So a mom is suing because her child has brain damage after consuming Craton t. So Florida mother claims that her daughters t- habit left him with brain damage, and assuming three establishments child used to frequent for negligence, she's doing them for negligence, and these were three establishments are kid went you Mary Tobar who's nineteen year old daughter Brett allegedly suffered psychotic episodes in March claims that the herbal remedy left the teen with frontal lobe damage in frontal, lobe damage does affect personality bars lawsuit claims that the tea is a dangerous products that has certainly caused injury to people, and it has certainly caused injury to our client. I find that very interesting when you know, people use a term twice in the same sentence. Anyway, there are no FDA approved uses for Craton and the agency morning. There isn't agency warning properties that expose users to addiction abuse independence. We'll talk about credit credit, MS. Some claim that it can be used to treat opioid withdrawal symptoms with the FDA warns. There was no reliable evidence to support this theory. I'm not sure why the girl was drinking it the agency has called from a research into the substance while warning consumers not to use any products labelled as containing the botanical substance Cranham or its psychoactive compounds might tragedy and seven hydroxy but tragedy. The FDA has linked to substance right now to forty four deaths in the US. So apparently, her lawsuit names Beulah on the beach Beulah. Cafe and mad Hatters. That's no botanical t bar all located in Pinellas county. She's at her daughter frequently visited those locations over four year span to drink crap. Not now, of course, the news outlet van wizard claims that they establish wants fail to warrants VAR of dangerous side effects, which makes them liable for bodily injury, and resulting pain and suffering aggravation, preexisting condition, mental anguish, lots of capacity for life past and future, medical and nursing care expenses
New Blood Type Discovered
"I. big things the Justice communications. Network for make this. Show happen thanks Jason who's working the dials and thanks. For tuning in we, really, appreciate, it Follow us on Twitter Dr Dalia. Facebook deduct. The w show so I guess we may have. A new blood type And doctors. In. India have, discovered a new blood. Type not a not a not oh but p no Now I know that. Confuses the hell out of AME it's hard enough for me to learn about all these blood type says, it is, don't give me. New, stuff to learn Yeah you know they came up with a new geometric shape and now we. Got to talk about that I'm like really please don't. Don't come up with anything new I am barely keeping it all together with all the stuff that I gotta learn now Oh what's interesting about this is there was a gentleman who I believe was an accident And this isn't India and he needed a blood transfusion pretty urgently so they typed and. Crossed, by typing and crossing what that means is they grab a sample of his blood And then they look at the blood that they have in the hospital and they find a perfect match Well after about eighty units they couldn't find a perfect match, for this guy so the hospital sent his blood to the international blood, group reference laboratory in the UK And they found out that he had the phenotype p p No it wasn't it was his blood but but the type has gone And It's. Unique it's a, unique let's, say So most of us fall under a b. av and and. Just to quickly review what that, means if you have type a blood then you have these little baby antigens on the outer surface or. The membrane of your. Red blood. Cell they look. Really cute They look a little baby and just red. Blood cells are door Yeah I wrote an, article of my websites you. Can check it out if you want but they're just so cute So have you have type, a blood you got an But then have? Antibodies against b Or a b blood you won't be able to accept beer AB blood because you, only have a antigens Taibbi blood I'm The Ulaby, antigens but then you'll have antibodies against a an. AB AB has both a and, b which is why you. Can't if in an, immunologist It's all or nothing you have to, have only the exact type of antigen but. If you have some of what you have and. Then some others next to what, that aren't now it's not. Gonna work for you If you, have a b- blood yet both AM be if you're type oh you don't have the antigens your red, blood cell is kind of naked And they're so. Cute type of blood cells over liberal cute So if you're typo you don't have antigens on your blood So, somebody would type a type b era I won't fight it So if you're typo you. Are a universal donor We. Love if he'll type of blood type of blood we. As a blood Bank, will not let you sleep Again please I'm not a, blood Bank but one day I would love to own a. Blood Bank, I mean oh, my, God I I want to help these things. Out You know I they what they do to save lives I you, know I'm really into the blood and stuff so type, oh people are universal donors but let's say. You have a b-. Blood if you have. A b- blood your universal, recipient because you have a and b antigens. Then, you can take any blood Abe leads you. Could be blood you can, take blood so if you're type av you are one lucky. Puppy if, you're type oh, you're, the most popular you're the most wanted But, you're not that lucky. You guys remember that What was it The eighty yeah remember. Mr. t. yeah You know he had type of blood and. The only blood he was Murdoch's blood I. Don't. Want the crazy juice Yeah so anyway, so I have an article written on my. Website you guys could check it out then you have the RH, systems the, abo system for a and b antigens but then you have the h.. And the our age there are Most commonly and if you have then you're. RH positive if you don't have the energy into our age negative So if you are a be negative you could Again I don't know, if you're a. Be positive you can take anybody's but, it's wonderful If your own negative if. You have O-negative blood. We really really want it because you have no. Antigens. On, there so I'm be positive so I have, jen's and our h, engines Saint okay So what happens if, you give me type a blood. Taibbi why can have a transfusion reaction so what. Ends up happening is my immune system will start to. Fight and once my immune, system starts, to attack blood you get a lot of casualties so. You start losing a. Lot of blood cells so basically can worsen your. Anemia So. We don't want transfusion reactions now There. Are over two hundred minor group antigens other than abo RH. Abo and RH aren't the only ones so it's not a. Complete shock that this guy in India Had p no which was a very very rare new blood. Type identify because not everything has a b. o. r. h. But here's the problem He'll have a transfusion reaction if we give them, what we commonly have which means they need, to start a registry try to find other people, with p no blood so they could, give it to him or would he has to do, is once he's healthy start donating his old lied and have him save. It for future use that's tough because bled really only lives on the shelf. For forty two days we really don't, like to freeze blood So what happened to, the guy well according to cure on chara professor of Orthopaedics they performed. A quote blood less surgery they did a fracture of femur they did a. Repair that a repair his fever fracture And they did that once they were able. To raise his hemoglobin to a? Desired, level using other medications so my guess is, they gave him some, sort of blew. A blood boosting like throw poet. In other sorts of stuff to help boost his blood Matriarch plenty of fluids and then. Waited until he was he built up enough blood to do the surgery pretty, scary stuff so that's how blood types of work and you know it It's, pretty frightening to think that, there's that much art to it that there's that, much you know that much has to go, into you know that has to go into thought you know before, we give a transfusion that's why it is so. Detrimental that, you know we have people constantly. Available to donate blood and if you guys can't donate blood at least host to drive look, what's happening to California. With a car fire you know. We're having thousands of people displaced these are not, people that are. Going to be able to donate blood. On a regular basis And we have people who. Are now, burn victims that need blood so. We need you to donate blood or host to drive if you can't donate blood that's fine Host to drive it doesn't cost you. Any money the American Red Cross United blood services or your local blood banks does all, the work You know you just have to kind. Of spread the word to go, look is we're doing a blood drive, and then we collect as much blood as possible And then you know the. Blood banks prepare it and then it's, ready to be shipped or to be used locally National budget nation week, is going to be coming up September fourth through the tenth we already have multiple states have claimed blood donation days reach out your local governor and ask him to proclaim a blood donation day if he has it And reach out. To me if. You think, you can. Host a blood drive it is that easy if you're working the blood drive let me know I will find the nearest blood Bank that'll, help host it it's a piece of cake everybody gets cookies they get jus. It's really really fun One eight seven seven one eight seven seven deal. CD a. l. I we're. Talking about condoms. The other day. Because the, CDC had Issued a warning that our. Condom cleaning practices are a. No no you're not supposed to reuse turn it inside out or clean the condom not supposed to do this was throw it. Out now we're being told. That, Durex, condoms has had, to, be recalled because, there's, an issue where they may split don't go away we'll be right back.
Facebook, Medicare and Dr Dalia discussed on Dr. Daliah
"D o c d a l i don't get to follow us on twitter dr dalia and on facebook that dr dalia show all right so man obamacare maybe getting its next blow as the trump administration said saturday it is going to freeze payments under an obamacare program that protects insurers with sicker patients from financial losses this is a move that may cause premium increases to rise now keep in mind these premium increases have i been happening now for awhile so the centers for medicare and medicaid services said the administration has acted because and this makes sense there's a conflicting court ruling in lawsuits filed by some smaller insurance question whether they are being fairly treated under the program there's a quote risk adjustment program that takes payments from insurance with healthier customers and redistributes the.
Ebola death toll rises to 22 in Congo
"Zero c d a l big things genesis communications network for making the show happen brad and jason working the dials and big thanks to you all for tuning in we really do appreciate it delegate to follow us on twitter at dr dalia and on facebook the doctor w show all right so let's give you an update on bola a catholic priest has been quarantined in the democratic republican of congo after being infected with evola as health officials today actually revised down the number of deaths to twenty two they said we have cortina priest from the diocese of amid van daca biko who tested positive for the ebola virus a medical source told afp on thursday under a condition of nominated many religious authorities in the town could not be immediately contacted the congolese health ministry on friday published a new death toll for the latest outbreak four we laboratory tests on buddies the overall deaths as of may twenty third confirmed is twenty two and not the previously reported twenty seven so the number of those infected was also provides down from fifty eight down to fifty two including thirty one confirmed thirteen probable and eight suspected cases so it was not possible to establish whether the priests was among them the authorities explained the downward revisions by seeing some cases attributed to a bola had proven negative after laboratory testing qian's shelves on may eight announced cases of the notorious hemorragic fever in a remote northwestern district called biko that's where the started last thursday then the first case was reported in the city of one point two million me van daca which is a transport hub located over congress congo since then red alerts have been issued people have been on high very very high alert vaccines have been shipped in vaccination has started and they are trying to contain this in lightning speed being told that the abullah number has been revised down is very reassuring considering every day we were being told of new cases now some of you will say no no no no no dr dalia could be naive they're not telling us they are not telling us they're they're you know they don't wanna scare nobody had really economy and all that i don't know i mean maybe you're right i don't know vides their explanation of somebody died we got the testing back.
study says seniors are satisfied with their sex lives
"Satisfied not got a lot of younger listeners listen to the show we've got about twenty five girls twenty eight year olds a lot of millennials listen and i know what they're thinking when they see a headline like this sixty five to eight year olds having sex really someone's gonna dislocate a hip someone's going to lose their cain the dentures are gonna fall out any of you who are young and millennial ish okay get that out of your head that older people are old they're not and having a mom that's you know out there in the dating world and on the single scene they look like they're having a hell of a lot more fun than us younger folk now i'm generation x so i'm not a millennial trying to pretend to be a liking out the money sitting there but at much i will blend y'all and somebody's like bam make sure your children they're eating vegetables i like second there now my children then i could have had a guess technically had a wanna my age anyway not just for the young and by the way sixty five to eighty i think we're changing the definition of older i mean as far as i'm concerned sixty five you're still middle age sixty eight sixty nine still middle age we're living longer the essential the opioid epidemic killing us off we're doing pretty damn good in terms of being more youthful and our life expectancy they say seventy three percent are satisfied with their sex life does some of you will say way nobody's going to admit they're not none of that you forget the generation we're talking to we're talking to baby boomers baby boomers have no problem telling the truth baby boomer generation will tell you exactly like it is have you ever gone to thanksgiving please they got nothing to be afraid raza's younger generation like that'd be careful because it's going to be spreading online if i say one thing it's to be you know an infamy and the cyprus fear the baby boomers they don't give a damn they don't give a damn so the survey released today shows that sex declines with age and illness is so you know you got you know spinal stenosis kinda harder to have sex i get that but finds an older van claimed to be more sexually active in sexually interested in than older women but many women are reporting more sexual satisfaction because the sexual revolution of the sixties left a lot out and in the ninety s and the two thousands maybe even this year we've learned a few more things like oh that works yeah that works among seniors was spouses or partners fifty percent say they're sexually active fifty four percent of our senior population then you know actually you know when you're absolutely having activities such as the short bursts of activity and so the vice let me i hit my case let's absent on the short every time all right so overall they say this is important part of people and it doesn't get the attention observes the poll looked at a thousand participants they say two and five older people say physically active now the number does fall with age only twenty five percent of people over seventy six or having sex right so only twenty five percent p okay that's a lot that's a good number hey thirty nine percent of those over seventy by sexual activity that inequality too much detail some are married some are men seems to be a little bit more interested in sex and women that's because everybody's on testosterone these days seventy three percent content with their sex lives now there's other surveys out there and there's other studies but i think what we need to do as a population that's tell all young people to quit us older people as nope things from us and to not throw in the towel when you turn sixty five or seventy or seventy five you have so much life so the let we all have decades now more than our parents did and let's have some fun one eight seven seven dollars have you ever wanted to learn the basics spanish greetings asking how someone is doing body parts and if you're in the healthcare profession have you ever wanted to learn medical
Survey: Seniors say sex still matters despite woes of aging
"A l all right so between the salmonella outbreaks and allergies and i guess prompt proposals some of you guys are like all right let's go and listen to dr dalia for some non political news of oh i just died to talk about what's going on with trump you know i am this termi daniels and all that i mean i you know it's it blows my mind how the media has nothing better to cover especially with everything going on in the world and everything going on with this country always has to be about trump so i get you i'm gonna try to give you guys a little breather from trump so i i or trump news i should say but this headline today from usa today and it's a headline and i'm like i said what's going on politically no it's it has to do with seniors and sex and i thought that was pretty interesting and it's kind of like changes the little boat of the show today could we talk a lot about sex seniors and sex they say many adults aged sixty five to eighty or having sex but not only having sex they are pretty satisfied not got a lot of younger listeners listen to the show we've got about twenty five girls twenty eight year olds a lot of millennials listen and i know what they're thinking when they see a headline like this sixty five to eight year olds having sex really someone's gonna dislocate a hip someone's going to lose their cain the dentures are gonna fall out any of you who are young and millennial ish okay get that out of your head that older people are old they're not and having a mom that's you know out there in the dating world and on the single scene they look like they're having a hell of a lot more fun than us younger folk now i'm generation x so i'm not a millennial trying to pretend to be a liking out the money sitting there but at much i will blend y'all and somebody's like bam make sure your children they're eating vegetables i like second there now my children.
"dalia" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"D o c d i don't forget to follow us on twitter at dr dalia and on facebook all right so i like big butts came not lie other brother can't deny yeah was our wedding song i walked down the aisle was a baby got back and i was okay with it no i mean who am i to try to fight with the groom before you can finally get married but studies come out saying women with bigger waist and hips have higher heart attack risk now we knew that about the waist size but really the bugs big booty some of us women i know it women don't look at each other we look at each other spots because compares my buddies big sur's is my but smaller women will look at each other it doesn't have to be a sexual thing but women will look at each other because we're very competitive member the animal kingdom we need to compete for mates we need to make sure that the average mate will pick us over somebody else even if we don't want that mate we want to know that we are pickle or we are suitable even the other and so we look at our butts will look at the way our boobs are we look the shapes our and a large budget is very attractive in the animal kingdom you guys need to read my article on the psychology of but grabbing on why women get their butts grabbed it's a very animalistic instincts it's a very common normal thing that gets done that that unfortunately is the part of a mating ritual for many civilizations and centuries and in many societies and even in this day and age such the butt grabbing the but guy wants to do the hippy dippy with his wife grabbing the brass sometimes doesn't cut it you grab the bucks she's good to go sometimes so but grabbing is a very successful way of initiating the mate so women need to make sure they have a good looking butt or they need to make sure they have an attractive but and bigger butted women seem to do better because it attracts the i now somebody could say away taking guys like little petite women no actually they don't interview the guys or if we're talking about heterosexual couples you talk to any couples but in terms of mating and.
"dalia" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Seventy o c d a l i difficult to follow us on twitter at dr dalia and on facebook the doctor delhi show all right so aromatherapy many of you of ass is it doesn't work and there's studies at some essential oils could be medically beneficial health ever just like we're dealing with of marijuana and other sorts of plants that people want to smoke or inhale or vague cetera we don't have still have enough data so let me go to break some things down for you first the university of maryland medical center has an excellent overview excellent overview of of therapy i sell basically aromatherapy is where you use essential oils from plants and you use it for he lena resumes or therapeutic purpose at are always have to breathe in aid and essential oil you could rub it on so aroma therapy is used in an essential oil we don't usually or ole aromatherapy because i think the stomach acid to nature's at but on and again we don't know about first pass metabolism of what can happen with the liver and in stomach lining accelere usually these aromatherapy is have been used i mean for route centuries from a rubber a dermatological topical a sort of um treatment or then through inhaled okay and they are concentrated extracts taken from roots leaves seeds blossoms of plans each contain their own mix of active ingredients and then the mix the terms of the oil is going to be used for so for some people they may use it to treat swelling fungal infections in the raleigh oil they could use for postmenopausal stress and anxiety um they say orange blossom oil has been used for calming and like i said they've been using these four centuries ancient chinese indians egyptians greeks romans used these oils and cosmetics perfumes drugs they is the for spiritual rituals of a therapy hygiene and in and they see a french chemist rene lorries gets a full day this guide housing expert we discovered the healing properties lavender oil when he applied it to a burn on his heat and that what had happened is in an explosion as laugh lupus of lavender oil and then he can't lies chemical properties of essential oils and how they could be used to treat burn skin.
"dalia" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Seventy oh see the eight l i the village to follow us on twitter at dr dalia in on facebook the doctor dahlia shall all right so a couple of the emails i've gotten over the past few months of ajete was sick leave and the flew and the running out of sick leave and not getting enough sick leave and mandate employers give more and so he died such little article and give you guys some suggestions because it's gonna get ugly in the next few months as we'll come into off into a flu season that they are expected to be a bad one and many of you have already used up you're sick leave and it that's a problem i if i was a boss i would be like are you kidding me you already lou use the ball your personal and sick leave and now we're coming flu season and now you know what are you going to do and for those of you that really used it genuinely not taking off just to take off you know to lay out by the pool that you actually took the leave off genuinely because unita to where you add a medical issue of whatever you just don't have enough to get used through the air and you know one of you also asked me how much is appropriate for weeks vacation sick leave if you have four weeks vacation plus a few weeks of sick leave that means six weeks a year that's a lot i mean i would say well that's a big big it's not seek to me that's a lap because i never got more than that i got there at i think my most i got two weeks i took two weeks off maternity and i'm not saying that's right but i just did and then i went back to work two weeks after atm monday i mean you know it i didn't think twice i it was hard and try and taken the bait of work it was miserable it was you know but then again i i of expect my boss to pave for it so um you know things will change and we will be able to eventually get more sick leave time for police but you know from an employer standpoint to come up with a way so employers don't want to fight and and i understand it's a very very expensive you know you.
"dalia" Discussed on The Tel Aviv Review
"I would say yes and no i mean first of all as dalia was saying the palestinians have made enormous concessions as a result of pressure they were put under severe severe pressure to accept resolution two four to which they refuse to do for years and years and years and they finally caved with tremendous pressure of applied to them including military defeats and then subsequent to that the idea of limited autonomy which was an idea that bagan raised in in december of seventy seven that's something they refused for fifteen years and finally accepted with tremendous pressure including the selfinflicted wound of their behavior during the first gulf war you're talking about the oslo yes yes i'm timeout oslo they they this is something that they rejected for many many years temporary i mean they don't accepted as it's become a turn oba when they accepted it was okay but by the but did it had always been described as a temporary thing then there would be a referendum there was never going to be asked to accept permanent limited autonomy so i think that the palestinians are an example of the efficacy of think of this goes on they will show more flexibility all on of jerusalem on the right of return on issues that have been really tabu for them for don't absolutely not only do i think that but i see that that's already been the case i do not think that their demands today or the same as their demands 25 years ago talking about israel by will be assume that this kind of political and economic pressure on israel would force israel to make concessions we've never experienced exactly those kinds of serious pressure on israel how do we know well behind closed doors we have i mean we saw in the final days of the camp david summit.