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"daniel brown" Discussed on Therapist Uncensored Podcast

Therapist Uncensored Podcast

04:00 min | 4 months ago

"daniel brown" Discussed on Therapist Uncensored Podcast

"It evolved in the nineteen eighty s and nineteen ninety s doesn't work for that given individual If you try and process the trauma they get more disorganized or they lose coherence of mind. I had as an expert witness in the nineteen ninety s and two thousand did many cases of malpractice against a clinton trauma clinicians where they were being sued by false memory oriented therapists for allegedly implanting false memories. And sometimes i had to read ten crates of records from several hospitalizations in many there because over a ten year span and we found that both sides were wrong. The false memory people who are accusing therapists of being overzealous in planting false memories in most of europe is were not doing that at all they would simply processing trauma memories. That had already occurred in the patient on the other hand. The phaser into trauma models were making the patient more disorganized because they didn't have a foundation to stand to be able to press esteem permission. So that both sides were wrong because the phase oriented trauma model vase oriented trauma treatment. That means three things at you stabilize the individual. I you process the memories and representations around trauma second and then thirdly you get them back on the right developmental track. That model doesn't seem to be effective for people with complex trauma. But what we found is if we fundamentally change. The treatment treating disorganized attachment then later in the treatment. Sometimes you had the process the trauma in most of the times. You didn't but we were finding that people with eight nine diagnoses of a complex trauma patient. Were getting.

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"daniel brown" Discussed on Therapist Uncensored Podcast

Therapist Uncensored Podcast

04:08 min | 4 months ago

"daniel brown" Discussed on Therapist Uncensored Podcast

"Like i'm also thinking about the us gymnastics team. Is it very common for people to come forward. That weren't abused that are claiming abuse. It's very uncommon. The statistics across studies seem to be that people who make false abuse. Claims are under five percent of individuals who come forth there's falls memory advocates who say that happens quite frequently but the data doesn't suggest that and well that makes sense because there will be something else happening any way for people to come forward and be fabricating something like that. Well the false memory. Also say there's no such thing as recovered memories and there's no such things for dissociate of amedure but that debate went on for twenty years. I've been involved in that in the courts but There two pieces of data that refused to false memory claim. One is that there are of today two hundred and eleven studies on forgetting childhood sexual abuse many of them peer reviewed studies in across all those studies. There are some percentage of people not a lot but some percentage of people who will completely forget the abuse and then later. Recover the memory of it second. There are a number of neuro circuitry studies now from neuroscience mostly coming out of europe. Not in the us mostly out of germany that have pinned down the door. Circuitry studies circuit Changes specifically for associative amnesia. When we remember our emotional event there are two neuro circuits at our evolve the right temporal parietal system which is autobiographical memory. And the media prefrontal cortex which is a sense of self dan. In my case a susan is in your case and when we activated emotional memory for an important event in our life we activate both of those circuits. We put the emotional memory back online. And we remember. Te is happening to us in terms of it happening to dan or having to susan but the studies show that people who have dissociated amnesia..

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"daniel brown" Discussed on Therapist Uncensored Podcast

Therapist Uncensored Podcast

05:52 min | 4 months ago

"daniel brown" Discussed on Therapist Uncensored Podcast

"Hi this is therapist. Done centered the dirt. Jack anderson suan are taking a quick break for september. But they'll be back in october with the brand new season. In the meantime they've picked out some standout episodes from the past after definitely worth hearing again. Hope you enjoy. We are proud to introduce you to a very special guest. Some would say that he's lived by lifetimes in a one in the man of work that he's achieved. Our guest is dr. Daniel brown and dr brown has served on the faculty of harvard medical school for almost forty years. He's written twenty four books on everything from meditation to attachment disturbances. He's fluid tibetan zan script. In fact he's also trained and taught with top tibetan lamas for over fifty years including lineage holders of some of the great schools buddhism and a particular interest or listeners. If that's not enough. He's also handled over two hundred child abuse cases as an expert witness and help the international war crimes tribune establish a standard of evidence for war atrocities so needless to say he has a wealth of knowledge to bring your listeners and we are really excited to have him on the show so welcome to the show. We are so happy to have you. It's a pleasure to be here so many of our audience. Not everybody of course but as familiar with your work in particular related to your incredible book that you did with david elliott attachment disturbances and adults comprehensive treatment and repair..

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"daniel brown" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

01:45 min | 4 months ago

"daniel brown" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

"I'm doing you can reach the podcast via email at settling gmail.com. The show is on twitter at settlers. Bruce and my personal twitter is at jesse jackson. Dfw we have a website www set lesson. Bruce dot com from there. You can find links to other springsteen podcasts as well as other music themed podcast page devoted to our own s. l. b. all star band. These are guests. Who have been on the podcast more than three times. There is a link to our store where you can purchase settling bruce shirts as well as a merry question..

"daniel brown" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

05:24 min | 4 months ago

"daniel brown" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

"Sammy davis junior. Casino in tahoe. One time holy cow. If you're gonna go to a concert mike. Gosh did they pick the right one. I don't remember them doing music. Podcast so brazil Does like always wanted to get one or both of them to come to a springsteen show. Because i think when you see these Spiritual revival of a springsteen show. I think even if you don't like him there's something about the ma- you know versus talk about the magic the audience. This community This this stadium that big no strangers and becomes a a community of one. You know what happens. it's real. there's is there's a spirit in a in a. I don't know there's a magic to it all and i thought i could give the show. Maybe they could see why. I'm so obsessed in never happened. They got old orbit infirm and maybe bouncing around dancing in the dark wasn't for them My wife likes bruce. just fine she just can't say it out loud. She's one of those. People who music has to be edgy. Alternative for her to so she'll like it. Listen to bruce notes watching but she likes the jam which is a punk band from the late seventies perfectly good but i half of the appeal is people. Don't they are when she says along citizens days in using. She's got a great crowded house collection of all of the expanded editions. That just came out. I saw last time that i visited. Dan and i was just like his amazing. That's great my wife is much better taste than than in general admit this. Linda has said that She knows when he tours again. That i'm gonna wanna go as many shows as possible. And she says and i won't take a ticket out of yours but if there's any way i wanna go i said. Oh no i you know she she. She seen him. I guess three times. And she's like it's i haven't seen him in a while and i'm ready to see him so And so in. My son has gone twice. He went He went with me to oklahoma city during the river tour mostly because it was a chance to go out of town with the oilman right and so we drove up and it was really funny because You know he. He didn't know that many songs and he was like in an afterwards i said well. Do you want to get a drink. Do you wanna do something you know. He's like can we just go to the hotel room dad. I'm pretty tired okay. Sure and And then the next morning..

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"daniel brown" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

05:01 min | 4 months ago

"daniel brown" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

"Yeah no i. I just wanna just mentioned also briefly to and everything i think you know somehow like earlier in everything you know talking about like you know bruce's influence in everything way through the born in the usa like you know not having much of an influence in everything. I actually disagree at everything. I think you know. I mean like you know the band like arcade fire you know for instance you know you know in the two thousands years like you know cited that like as a major influence on them. There have been You know just like you know. In fact actually. I think that a lot of the board in the usa with a lot of the latter day bands. That have been kind of influenced by bruce and everything. I think that they will. You know it was because of born in the usa that they were really brought into it so Here is the second part of my discussion with daniel brown. Christopher duckie and james may hope you enjoy it. Can you give me a couple of topics that you guys talk about that..

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"daniel brown" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

04:46 min | 4 months ago

"daniel brown" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

"They did like a short like one hour set but it was the most energetic eastern set. I think i'd ever seen yeah So couple things one. I also did a book signing I've told the story many times on the podcast. But i'll keep it short You know. I'm driving from dallas austin which is multiple hours and the whole time. I'm just rehearsing like You know On the godfather where luca broza practicing what he's going to tell you know may may. They have masculine child. If i you know. I'm just over and over again. What what am i going to say. By the way. I was told by someone that that actually was not planned. That the guy who played lou brock's was really worried about his lines so he was doing that to make sure he didn't forget his lines and couple of caught that and filmed it and then added at least. That's the story. I i don't know if it's true or not but it's a good enough story. We're going to believe it right. Yeah so You know so my whole time. Was you know. What do i say what i say. What do i say and You know in it is this. You know As i've said multiple times. I told him that the previous year i spent nine months unemployed and land of hope and dreams and better days. I listened to to get me through this. And i just wanted to say thank you and by the time i got to land next so i don't know if he heard it but i've said multiple times i needed to say it more than i needed him to hear it. Just the get out. i Since you mentioned that. I had that same experience i i remember. It was a cold day was in chicago and i was in line for a very long time out in the cold and when we got inside you wound through the books a million or where i was and and i remember coming around the bookcase where you could i see there..

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"daniel brown" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

04:48 min | 4 months ago

"daniel brown" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

"Sort of drawing and and if you were lucky they'd send you two tickets and if you're unlucky they'd send you your money warner back in Me and mark blair did that Both and i got tickets. And he didn't but I screwed him over. Because i was like. I'm gonna use my other ticket for dan. I hope you stick cause cancer. Mark mark was not a huge springsteen fan but we went to concerts a lot together and so we are the ones who are sort of in that. But but once i had the tickets in hand does like i cannot take brown to this because to fill in a little time i remember specifically after that born in the usa and we sort of like we played that to death. And then dan. I remember you and i got the live. Nineteen seventy five to eighty five which that really is sort of fallen into a black hole of memory. Now that there are so much live material available but at the time for somebody who just got into bruce with born in the usa. It really liked served a purpose. Because you had this introduction to that whole live period and really good versions of many songs that that sometimes dan i remember you would Especially rosalita you go back and as you said. Listen to the old album. And i remember you getting while the innocent knee street shuffling listening. Then saying i really liked the live. Version better but But yeah at any rate. So so i knew the dan was into we. Just we would know the live set backwards and forwards and quote the in between song banter to each other. If i was the judge. I'd find you guilty funny. No you know that was going to get thrown out in this but So dan and i went to joe in mountain view and that turned out to be the show that was recorded for bootleg called roses of broken hearts which i got not a real copy of but someone's burned a copy for me at one but what a show. That was my god. It was four hours in if you include the break. He by the end of the show he played he played little latin loopy lou and they were just vamping at the end because as he said to the crowd. We didn't we we all. We haven't played this in so long. I don't know how it ends. So they just vamp until he could think of what they wanted to play next and then they slammed into. I don't remember another cover. I think johnny after that well you can go listen to the bootleg if you want. I think it's on youtube as well. But what just. It was an incredible show and i saw every tour until The seeger sessions band. I did not see the seeger sessions band. I skipped a couple after that. They they weren't convenient bloomington's equidistant between chicago and saint louis so it's drive no matter what If you wanna see a big show like that and then Most i i did get tickets to the river tour okay and saw that.

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"daniel brown" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

03:01 min | 4 months ago

"daniel brown" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

"I didn't know the full extent of dire read his auto biography a few years ago to and so like i was all like well like bruce like just tooling around like you know like where i live in june dancer. The other part of the question. I've seen him twenty times as a segue. The ferguson was with our other guest tonight. All right so. I've got some comments about that. But i wanna give you a chance kris share you were and and do you have a ditch. Have you gotten to go backstage. And meet him not backstage. I bought a ticket to the book signing tour. That's well that's a perfect segue. So after you've finished i'll tell my stories for a long time. I was very very jealous of these guys because they that was ninety six. Tom jody and i did not get my autograph until was that twenty thirteen. maybe that he did the book but So that was a long time where where i was very angry I think i've seen him eleven times. After listening to one of your previous episodes i went out to to my boss time and did all the entry and so i. I don't have it in front of me. But i remember coming out to eleven times. I think i saw him before these guys. Actually i did get to go the born in the usa tour. My dad and i went to the oakland coliseum. Outdoor the as stadium and i had the worst the second tour seats in the house we were behind home plate and in the upper upper deck and maybe two three rose from the top so you could not get farther from the stage and still be in the in the stadium but nonetheless. was incredible. I i will always get chills. Remembering the opening of those shows where it would delights would just come up on the immense flag behind the stage and and that i sort of snare hit for born in the usa would come across. Just exactly what. I was hoping to see. And that was. I was hooked forever Dan mentioned the second show. We went to a tunnel of love. Tour and mountain view I i always remember that as being unusual in that up till then every concert tickets. I'd gotten had been going outside the warehouse where they had a bass outlive or ticketmaster. What are the time. Stand in line and get tickets to whatever concert. I wanted to see down in oakland. This one was in the pink. Section of the chronicle advertisement for the bruce tour was coming in. If you wanna tickets to that you had to cut out A little coupon and get a money order for fifty bucks twenty five dollars per ticket and send that to an address and you would then be some.

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"daniel brown" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

05:18 min | 4 months ago

"daniel brown" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

"Of deep crap. I mean he's really talking about you. Know this this know finding yourself and You know same thing. Like cadillac ranch is just a fun song about you. Know cars. No this about death and everything so I remember once someone said tunnel of love. You can't appreciate to. You've had your heartbroken a couple of times or you've been through a you've you've been married for a while that there is you see tunnel love through different views after some time in life everything so yeah So let's go around. We'll start with james. How many times have first off. Let me preface this. I believe that it is unfair to judge people's phantoms. By the amount of times they seem. Bruce live Now i did have just an episode. It has not gone out yet. but A guy was talking about. He did not discover bruce to like in two thousand five or two thousand six. And so you know. I always preface the amount of times you seen him is not a fair barometer of how big it standard economic situations where you live your age all can go so this guy is talking about. He didn't see him to the first time till two thousand six like okay. How many times you've seen eighty four all. He said he said yeah he said we now have a daughter and i go. Maybe i should put that money in a college fund right 401k said but i'm not gonna regret it. He said my wife and i she became a fan and we just went all the time so anyway. Let's start with you james How many times have you seen them live. And how many together. We'll let's see. I actually had the count year. I i some i on the On the tunnel of love tour hobo was tantalizingly during the born in the usa tour. I flew into a newark new jersey to go visit my cousins. Who are living in the bronx. My aunt knuckle and my cousin reliving in the bronx like in this high irizar in the bronx and they went in. There was a concert that night at the old giant stadium there and we were like in the traffic and i mean my heart was just because i really wanted to be there and and you're doing like a you know i mean multiple so show set there and so the next morning they had a whole lake all over the new york city newspapers and everything. They you know the whole thing with the and i was just know like grabbed the newspaper for my uncle and was just reading an emphasis going. Oh my god. And had like bruce like they had old fashioned breakdown on him in everything there and You know it..

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"daniel brown" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

04:50 min | 4 months ago

"daniel brown" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

"A little steven has said that. If bruce wanted to be he had the capacity to be one of the best pop. You know music riders in the industry and when he talked about like that win the promise came out you know when that bach said and i do think that if you read. Peter carlin's Biography that you know after the river did nebraska and then the record company was like oh okay and then then it was almost then when he brought him the tapes for born in usa. They were like oh this is more like it and they. They immediately heard that there were hits On corum you know the website where people post questions because they're too lazy to go to google. Someone said you know. Why did bruce do a diff- why did he not duplicate the success of born in the usa on further albums and my answer was if you think about it he. He very seldom repeat themselves. That the the river you know born to run is different than darkness which is different than the river which is different than born. Did than tunnel of love. And even you know. wrecking ball. And you know letter be you and western stars. Three of his last four albums. All very unique James anything to add a quite a bit here we can think about the dumb. I head bikes can remember all three points in everything but the first is is that i think that's true. Though a lot of artists. I wanted to address the idea of like you know bad. Suddenly being you know no one wanting to admit that. They came to an artist like through their most popular album. Just like some sort of a ban of Badge of true fandom that they came on when they were like less popular or something like that and then you know just like in. They're always embarrassed. Like you know. I mean it. You see that with in other bands like off the top of my head like you know. Wanted to admit like you know they were you know drawn into nineties. Ram like as opposed to eighties rem. Or you know or something like that or they became fans a youtube during like the josh retrea or you know or or countless other examples of that kind of thing but you know when when you're sixteen years old and you're looking for something different as i said and suddenly you hear something you know. That's catching on the radio. You know there's something really goes and speaks to you. I don't think that's such a bad thing or you know the fact that there's an album that he came out with that had like you know such a you know a wide scope that brought you into like you know the other parts of his career. I mean you know it's so funny because like you know that's something you know. You think that you wouldn't worry about after you're like eighteen twenty years old or something. But i'm fifty three now..

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"daniel brown" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

03:06 min | 4 months ago

"daniel brown" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

"Hold their nose about born in the usa you know in how it perhaps not as aged as well and and you know it's the popular. But i think you're giving it short shift that it was the gateway drug for many many people And you know you can talk. All you want about darkness born to run and But you know born in the usa. Become you know catapulted him to worldwide stardom. And i do think it's funny. That if he was another act right he would on a live show. You would hear almost every song from that album and you know. He does two or three at the most. You know it's kind of interesting you know we talked. The three of us i know had had brought this subject up within the last year where we were sort of to to. To just digress. Briefly on on the way group chat goes it seems like one of us will think of something about bruce and feel the need to run to the group chat. And just throw this out. There can one of us through. I don't remember who it somebody throughout so something about born in the usa and so we were just. We were like doing exactly what you talk about. Revisit a little bit and thinking it over and it was sort of like. I think i think one of the thoughts that came up was looking at it as a part of the whole catalog. It seems like a little bit of an outlier. Even not just not just because it's produced with sort of eighties and has that gloss and the big drum sound and all of those things but it doesn't sound like it doesn't sound much like the river and the river came out very very you know not not long before that and the songwriting just feels a little different. There's something that's a little less. Remember the word. I might have used in the chat. But there's there's an ethnicity about springsteen up to the river that i sense not being from the east coast. I feel that new york. And i feel that new jersey italian sort of especially in the river. I don't feel that on born in the usa more white bread almost and maybe that helped to be successful but but we also talked about the fact that yeah that you don't hear as many of the songs in concert and when you do they're a little bit different leaked. The versions that he plays now are are farther away from the album versions. And i just wondered. I don't know much about the process. And i've read books but i forget everything i read but i wondered whether the process to making born in the usa differed enough that maybe the songwriting process or the recording process. Or something made it less of a the band playing together and more of a built piece by piece. That's not as easy to replicate in a concert. So dan james o'keefe's your thoughts in just a minute but a couple of things that you made me think of one..

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Henri hurls rain as storm settles atop swamped Northeast

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | 5 months ago

Henri hurls rain as storm settles atop swamped Northeast

"And we hit the northeast Sunday as a tropical storm and plans to stick around at least for another day as a tropical depression and continued drenching the area Henri made landfall Sunday afternoon in Rhode Island while sparing the Hamptons the worst of the brunt of the storm that flooded basements and roads in southern New England some people were stranded in their cars bridges were shut down so we're ferries over a hundred and forty thousand homes lost power national hurricane center senior specialist Daniel brown says when people think of tropical storms they often think of wind but rain is also a big hazard to continue Kerr number twenty four hours or so and in fact are going to call the really means not letting it doesn't often get hit by tropical systems he says expect even more flooding within the twelve inches are actually possible early in southern New York Julie Walker at New York

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"daniel brown" Discussed on KDOW

KDOW

02:08 min | 1 year ago

"daniel brown" Discussed on KDOW

"Him home switches to the White House. Steven Miller, president, Trump senior advisor and speechwriter, has tested positive for the growth of Iris. Working Delta's rapidly blown up into a dangerous Category four storm while it takes aim at Mexico's You could have peninsula with top winds of 145 MPH. We're seeing on increasing risk of AH life threatening storm surge, damaging winds. And flooding rains over portions of the north Central Gulf Coast. Southern US as we get toward later in the week at the details and timing of when it's gonna make landfall on wears too soon to tell, But residents along northern Gulf Coast should be Making sure the other hurricane plan in place. Daniel Brown is a specialist for the National Hurricane Center or in the stories the townhall dot com So what happens if you live to be saying 103? Wow, it does happen More and more. I'm financial advisor Pet Verducci and I'm hoping you're already taking steps towards retirement. But well, you're far one care. Other investment options Be enough. I can help you get on the right track for retirement. If you're like most people, you don't lie awake at night thinking very terror planning. I hope not. Our firm has been in the barrier for more than three decades. And we have officers throughout the area. One near you, Pat For Tucci, Tucci Associates call for a complimentary portfolio review. 804 72. 8305 804 7283 or five or check Don't invest and forget dot com pad Patootie Patootie Associates 800 for 7 to 83 or five or don't invest and forget dot com Securities and Advisory Services offered through NPC Register Broker Dealer Member Federal s I. P. C. Thinking about life insurance. What if you could make one free phone call and learn your best price from nearly a dozen highly rated price competitive cos. Well, that's exactly what happens when you call select quote Life. For example, George's 40. He was getting sky high quotes from other companies because he takes meds to control his blood pressure. But when I shopped around, I found him a 10.

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"daniel brown" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"daniel brown" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"89. The mountains 85 in the desert up 2115 Right now downtown. We are still cloudy and 66 kogo News Time is 7 42 California Congresswoman Karen Bass is a top contender to be Joe Biden's running mate and is defending her past travel to Cuba. And sympathetic comments she made after the death of Castro. Bass says she was trying to express her condolences to the Cuban people when she referred to Castro with a title that roughly translates as commander in chief but is reviled by some Cuban exiles in Florida. She said she was unaware of the phrases significance and said she would not do it again. Mass. Is also defending a speech she made at the opening of a Scientology church in Les, saying she was trying to find an area of agreement with the group, which has faced allegations from former members of abuse, human trafficking and intimidation. Tropical Storm PCs making a pass off Florida's East coast Sunday, now heading North Senior hurricane specialist Daniel Brown, with the National Hurricane Center says the storm is expected to reach land late. Today into tomorrow and possibly intensify system could strengthen become a Category one hurricane before reaching the Carolinas. Tropical storm warnings have been extended up to Delaware. Officials are urging drivers to slow down after forebears were hit by vehicles to killed in Yosemite. The surviving bears were believed to be seriously injured after being hit by vehicles going faster than the 25 mile an hour speed limit. The National Park Service estimates more than 400 bears have been hit by cars. In Yosemite dating back to 1995.

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"daniel brown" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:23 min | 1 year ago

"daniel brown" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"A cloudy high of 70. It's going be breezy as well. Just a slight chance of a shower. Partly cloudy tonight breezy. Lois of 60 at the Lake, 52 out West tomorrow and Wednesday. Able Sonny tomorrow's high 71 up to 76 on Wednesday Thursday Partly cloudy high 77 son on Friday High of 82 58 degrees in Milwaukee, 7 31 W. T. M. J CBS News update. It could have been worse for Floridians dealt a blow by tropical Storm zaius specialist Daniel Brown except pecks the system to power back up to hurricane status. By the time it makes landfall in the Carolina performed. Is anticipated that it will freak him today, becoming a hurricane before it reaches the coast of North Carolina this evening, and hurricane warnings have now been issued from South Santee River, South Carolina to surf city, North Carolina. CBS's David Beg No science is somewhat complicating the efforts to contain coded 19 Spread of the virus is a concern at hurricane shelters. North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper urging evacuees who do go to shelters to wear masks. Better yet, he advises, urging anyone who asked to evacuate. To try and stay with family and friends. Storm warnings are posted all the way up the coast to Main CBS News Update. I'm Deborah Rodriguez. DOUBLE T. M J NEWS time. 7 32 from the W. T. M. J breaking News Center, a record setting rainfall, sending thousands of people in southeast Wisconsin into their basements to check for flooding. Storm team for meteorologists brain is, Nancy says the rain dumped about five inches on the region, nearly double the previous record of 2.5. Is there some communities that I think Many people not only maybe dealing with basement flooding, but also maybe their car was parked outside, and it had flood damage to it. There were a lot of city streets, neighborhood streets, where the water not only Ah rose a few feet on the streets, but also made it up to the front of the house is again. This was a lot of water that started a pond on the roadways yesterday evening. All that rain a preview of what to expect today, much cooler conditions with a high Today of just 70 degrees. Wisconsin's mask mandate went into effect over the weekend, too. Some mixed results. T M J four is Lauren Linda have a right to free street, but we also have a right to protect each other. Anthony and Lisa Gooden's believe the mandate isn't about control but about preserving people's health and safety and mentioned county and city law enforcement.

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Isaias nearing Carolinas and expected to become hurricane again

This Morning with Gordon Deal

00:36 sec | 1 year ago

Isaias nearing Carolinas and expected to become hurricane again

"Update released from the National Hurricane Center a short time ago shows Tropical Storm has maximum sustained winds of 70 miles an hour. It is expected to get stronger and could become a Category one hurricane moving over Georgia's South Carolina North Carolina later today near where makes landfall in neither South North Carolina is likely to experience strongest winds, and we do have a hurricane watch of proportion that area As a system could become a hurricane before reaches the coast. The forecaster Daniel Brown, at the National Hurricane Center says the CIA's will move along Florida's coast most of the day hit in the Carolinas sometime tonight,

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"daniel brown" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

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02:14 min | 2 years ago

"daniel brown" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"The jets looking to build off their victory over the giants and they did just that yeah but with the call on fox and Donald fourth touchdown pass of the day the jets are twenty seven to three early in the fourth quarter they would increase that to thirty four three on a lady on bell at one yard scoring run the red skins found the end zone twice in the final ten minutes but it was the jets winning at thirty four to seventeen Jamison Crowder five receptions on the day seventy six yards against his former team Donald also had scoring strikes to Daniel brown Robbie Anderson and tied in Ryan Griffin who caught five balls for a hundred nine yards for the special days of felt like everything was the balls are on our way especially there's a site and group you know I'm so happy to see Dan brown get is that sound too so the offense you know really stepped up today and you know put some points on the board let's go to CMS and why the jets with four hundred total yards first time they reach that number in twenty games their defense recorded six sacks three by Jamal Adams who made it five over his last two games gangrene improving to three and seven the giants on their bye week and the rest of the scores this Sunday night it was the rams getting past the bear seventeen to seven the patriots up to nine and one winning after Philadelphia seventeen ten over the eagles the cowboys outscored alliance thirty five twenty seven the forty Niners up to nine and one couple of scores later thirty six twenty six win over the cardinals who was the same thirty four to seventeen over the box New Orleans now eight and to the Vikings up to aid in three they arranged a twenty point halftime deficit and up into the Broncos twenty seven twenty three it was the ravens all over the Texans forty one to seven the bills and prove to seven three beating the dolphins at Miami thirty seven to twenty the cold hammer the Jaguars thirty three to thirteen the falcons with the twenty nine to three win over the Panthers the bangles are and ten they came up short to the raiders Oakland seventeen to Ted mother not football it'll be the Chargers hosting the chiefs we've got the hoops story next W..

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"daniel brown" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community

Christian Podcast Community

08:46 min | 2 years ago

"daniel brown" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community

"Welcome back to another episode of Ministers may have this white one of the CO hosts at the dementia podcast the joy of sitting here with Daniel Brown as we were looking at the topic of WHO's your one again on this week's episode if you would like to look back on our previous Oh with Daniel we looked at who you want specifically in the context of of evangelism in this week will be looking at it in the context of discipleship but before we jump into that Daniel rule briefly. How's everything been going your way man? Anthony going great just continuing to stay plugged in and keep chugging along in ministry and keep growing also brother well as we get into this conversation. Shen like I said a minute ago I WANNA encourage you to go back and listen to the previous ones some solid stuff. You'RE NOT GONNA get into the next four point. I'm going to give but in that episode where we look dead. Ed was when you're looking for that one you find that person in your life that is far from. God you begin to pray for them. You Begin to build relationships and do life with them and as you're doing that. You Pursue Gospel centered conversations with them. Now as we've looked at that Daniel leads us to the question today of would you do do after your one has come to Christ in salvation so what happens what do you do what has had moved forward in in this whole process so the whole idea of having this or asking this question. Who is your one in. Having this focus of my one is to get me thinking evangelists sickly to get me thinking outside of myself so that's I. That's the first step here in this whole process now wants. My one comes to salvation. James is pretty simple and I think all of our listeners probably already. We know the answer to this question without me laying it out for them but but I'll say it anyways you find another one. You find another one. That's it you begin praying okay. Oh God you know that was one soul that has now gone from death to life. Praise praise God praise the Lord Fantastic Amen Amen. How Lia the kingdom has celebrated in rejoice now what we did. We find another one so you start praying again. Give me another one one person that I know or maybe the I don't know them currently but put some one in my life was far from God. Here's the other thing you do. It's two-fold process. Now you let somebody to cries you brought somebody into the fellowship of Believers and guess what now that person brought into the fellowship they are a baby in their faith which means that now you must become a disciple maker and for a lot of us we might be the primary sold disciple maker in that person's life which means that we have got to become responsible for that person just like apparent would be responsible for their child off now. That doesn't mean that you tell that person hey can move into the house with me and I'm GonNa feed you but but it does mean that you are going to do whatever it takes to see that person remain on the path because his baby in their faith they don't know how to walk. They don't know oh how to read the Bible for themselves. They don't know how to pray. They don't know how to do these things for themselves. Which means they need somebody who can show them and teach them how to do these things. Just just like apparent teaches a child to rollover or to you know learn how to take their own steps by themselves to learn how to read to learn how to color inside the lines. Whatever it is you are the one who's responsible to teach them. Yes they come to church. Yes they have a pastor who is able to help them in that as well but you in the day to day are going to be their primary point of contact and how to grow in their relationship with the Lord and so you've got to be responsible for that person and consider that to be your responsibility. You can't just say all right man. Welcome in good luck. Hope you learn how to swim. No you help them or how to swim. You're the one who's walking by their side. God showing them teaching them equipping them challenging them pushing them to say hey man how often you bryant did not supposed to pray okay. We'll let me help you learn how and just taking it upon yourself to make disciples of that person but then here's the cool thing to as you are now pursuing a new one and now you're in discipleship with this one. It has now come to salvation the cool thing. Is You get to begin pushing that person from the very first day pushing that person to start praying for their one and they might I had this thought in their head well you know I don't know how to disciple these people. I don't know how to do this. I don't know how to do that yet but they they do know how to share Jesus because they just watched you do it with them. It may have been in one conversation. It may have been over a series of weeks of conversation or months or even years but they have witnessed you doing that. In their their life which means they can do it too and then what happens is as the person that they're pursuing begins to ask questions and half thoughts then your person that you lead to salvation can come come back to you and the two of you collectively together can work in the life of that person that they're reaching out to and then maybe that person comes to salvation ovation will now. You've got two people that you can begin to cycling collectively and the one that you led to. Christ is now leading the other one to Christ an leading leading the other one in discipleship James Lemme ask him. I'll kind of throw a question back at you as we begin to wrap this up. What better way can we be encouraged courage and challenged in our discipleship then to be responsible for someone else's discipleship well. I think it definitely brings an accountability the aspect to your own walk with Christ when you have this person underneath you this trying to have that growth in that that fellowship in their lives that you may not it'd be focused on too often and so I think that's a crucial and not only that but I think a point that you've made either. You made it here in our conversation beforehand. Which I love of about these Mr Minute episodes generally happen to our natural conversations but would joy would it be as a just a church member or a pastor or anything of that nature that you see that person not only that you've been praying for for weeks or years of months and we'll have a long may be come to crisis how vision and then you have the opportunity to baptize that person what what joy would that be a but I do want to throw one more question back into before we come to close okay. How can you as a youth pastor myself as a pasture help develop the ones that we already have in our churches to making disciples with with their one well the first thing that we've got to be willing to do. Is We've got to be willing to take this challenge on ourselves. We've got to be willing to set the example by doing it. In our own lives first so James. I've got one He's actually my barber and amongst others. He is the one line that I'm really intentionally like God. Please please please soften his heart to the conversations that he not have and you know in our reality the most of the time Salim it's when I'm sitting in his chair. get my haircut but every time that we get together. I am coming into that place. I'm coming into his business business for the purpose of loving him showing him Christ. That doesn't mean that every single time we sit down and talk means that doesn't mean that there's GonNa be a Gospel Conversation Asian every time but I promise you he's GonNa know that I love Jesus Christ mellow him and so my congregation has got to see my people my students whoever they've got got to see the believe at first and then as they see me working within that model that method that concept then that's when they're going to begin buying into as well well Johnny Hunt says it. He says that that evangelism is not tall. It's called which means that if they see momentum and success and victory jury in my own life in evangelism that's when they're going to believe that they can have that too. Yes so is the listeners may or may not tell well. I think we may through a picture of this episode but Daniel you can tell by his haircut goes to the Barbara. Because every time I see is something different he's cracking fresh so so we definitely see that he's being intentional in that and operator would be that you as the listeners would find and that desire that encouragement to seek that one in your life not only to pray for and she seek the opportunity to share Christ with them but also to to eventually disciple them and I know it seems so scary sometimes but before we come to an end would andrews who's GonNa just kind of sum up everything that he said so far we take a moment to hear commercial from the band that provides all of our music for these episodes..

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Dorian still slamming eastern Canada at hurricane force

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00:51 sec | 2 years ago

Dorian still slamming eastern Canada at hurricane force

"Canada's merit times are feeling the fury of what is now a post tropical cyclone Dorian and saw a powerful storm that's producing winds of eighty miles per hour as it heads towards Newfoundland his name is still Dorian but there's been a name change according to forecaster Daniel brown Dorian transition to oppose tropical cyclone on Saturday simply meaning that structure of the storm changed and that the wind field expanded however the maximum winds really remained unchanged and the storm continues to produce area of hurricane force winds almost a week after Dorian ripped off the Bahamas rescuers are trying to reach some island communities isolated by flood waters and they briefly about two hundred fifty residents of great Abaco island arrived in Nassau this woman is one of them a lot of people died and I thought I was going to be one of them and I just we just started playing and everything and then we survive as many as seventy thousand of the Bahamas

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