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"daniel henderson" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Referring about the the baseball and the conversation that you're having with all the baseball players and stuff like that the money and stuff like that we're down in Florida and more opening where baseball for the kids and stuff like that all over and we're paid money and everything for them to play what's your thoughts on the baseball Major League Baseball players about where the kids are paying for the parents are paying for money for them to play and they just see what your thoughts are on that parents paying for for kids to play in Florida hello yeah we have well we're playing actually thanks for playing without a chat lines all really well which is yeah well I'm originally from Chicago and stuff like that I wasn't you experience at London's well I was just curious what your thoughts are when the season opens up and stuff like that he has because he he was a very fair I was a big fan of his when I was a little kid so I'm just wondering what your thoughts are not gonna have you hang up George I'm glad you checked in for your phone call well I mean first of all on the surface I think we can all agree that if if kids are interested in baseball the more the merrier are you you know you start to see kids play a lot more soccer you see kids are involved in other other sports and baseball is being left behind it is good that you have kids that are around grand kids are just kids in general they're interested in the game of baseball it's interesting you say Chet lemon is a god is no white socks that so apparently down there with you living in Florida that's great that's great to be able to go to support it that's so important for those for the livelihood of the sport I always feel that if baseball itself big league baseball I was not getting into communities are urban areas to try to grow the sport then it's up all its own parents it's on guardians at song us grown ups to be able to help grow the sport for the for baseball because you could see I'll use the NBA's example what all star weekend was here for our fourth one is here in Chicago at the United center all the stimulus the if you were everywhere they were everywhere every neighborhood they were sent out they were north there they were all out west they were in a lot of different areas where you wouldn't think NBA superstars past and present would be our I can't even tell you that there's every Chicago Bulls that would be if some areas that the NBA right arm but it's important to be able to help grow the sport on a grassroots level so important for that to happen so you're doing the right thing George because again if it's good to have all the old major leaguer and women out there that's helping out the kids because the sport because they need to continue to grow there's no doubt about that could you check the enjoyed pushing your phone call I'm John he's George three one two three three two ESPN three three two three seven seven six our phone we're going to Devon he is in Romeoville with Jonathan hood talking to baseball here on ESPN one thousand a day Hey Jonathan are you going I'm good thanks for checking in created manta things I miss about baseball at the middle of the bratwurst Screamin wrote the crowd at our home you need a rallying from back and we are here baserunner stealing bases our defense is run and data for all of the kids making double plays our top eight pitches striking out our line here is it a home run I don't know you you don't know me but we really are part of any help with book about the game and it is so much investment group you know going out with the group everything goes it defect atmosphere you feel like you were at home to do a lot of your family members that you don't know but we require anything it's it's a great point Devon and I put your phone call here's why it's a great point you go to games and the one thing that we have in common is we're there to see the same thing also going to a concert why are you there to see to see a concert you there because what you have in common is the person next to you is attracted to who's on stage and for baseball basketball football whatever it is we are trying to to whatever is on stage as a matter of a team we're trying to do the sport that's why we're there did reach being outside the atmosphere baseball that's true armed you are talking to complete strangers are or if there's some kind of conversation happening in your role about what you're seeing and that's what sports brings to the table the idea that you're coming together and you are therefore offer one common cause and that is to route to drink to eat how fun so you're so right about that three one two three three two ESP as our phone number Jason Wayne Carter on Facebook says I just miss it being on front April to September you'd literally half three days a week Wednesday Thursday and Saturday are where you can watch a game around the clock you can throw something in there as well you get those you know twelve o'clock central time games always through saying I baseball yeah you can watch it run the clock down to so yeah so at least at least four days a week you can be able to watch a baseball from the early day game to get away can you mention like on Wednesday or Thursday the Saturday games of the week all the way through to the end to the west coast feed all yeah absolutely it's it's makes it very unique we hear from Jesse Rogers by the way coming up at eight o'clock his thoughts about when that baseball can return any time soon look for to talking to Jesse is always my friend for over twenty five years our Jeff in lake Zurich on ESPN one thousand which are the hood hello J. I don't drive drunk good get it all from different baseball yeah I didn't miss it but the longer it drags on the more I thought I mean my wife used to going to maybe four or five games a year the travel with a copy trying to complete my bucket list you know all the major league teams I am not really isn't that much but my question is how are they gonna handle with you know with AJ Hinch beaches vendor forty year influence how are they going to handle that it just doesn't count did you know the year before being suspended I think you know what Jeff if say for instance we get half a season right there we gave you one eighty two games that's got to go back that's going to be this season and then the other eighty eighty two games of next season right I just can't be for this year they have set up for all a full one sixty two plus don't you think right well what about like the players that were suspended for P. diesel or whatever other reason eighty games sixty games well that count when I come back right away I think so I think the I think the number of games the number games that's what I think and I can I can manage your match AJ Hinch right you suspended for years not right okay well then you get like this the season started yet the clock starts when the season starts that's what I think that's why I agree with you till you're not players well you know I I put your phone call yeah no this is I think the same thing I think you count the season when the season starts and whenever that's going to be I keep hearing like late July but who knows if that's gonna be the case who knows three one two three three two ESPN three three two three seven seven six is our phone number so many people weighing in on the phone lines also on our Facebook wall about about baseball missing the missing the sport Daniel Anderson says are you go there to you go there because you transcend all the time and space because I like being teleported back to your use for a few hours the players seem larger than life every moment is filled with anticipation of what's to come every practice tense with ecstatic exasperation the game plays out like a beautiful symphony before our very eyes and we're lucky we get to see our beloved team shine like stars that were plucked from the heavens and placed on the diamond for us to gaze in workouts and new and wondrous delight as they blast their way to victory he says I love the game so much from Daniel Henderson on the Facebook wall you're listening to under the hood.
"daniel henderson" Discussed on KCBS All News
"The eights on all news one of six nine and am seven forty KCBS KCBS news time ten twenty one a rural agricultural city in Merced county has moved to end all lockdown orders KCBS the Susan Kennedy tells us it's done so by declaring itself a sanctuary city for businesses that water is a city of thirty thousand people which went into lockdown mode with everyone else in the state preparing for search of coronavirus cases but as the weeks have gone by a large number of coronavirus cases and deaths hasn't happened near Paul Creighton says businesses were hurting but then there was hope because stimulus money was being released estimates when he was going to big corporations and not getting to all the people I needed to get to that's when we really start trying to figure a way how we gonna get through this how we gonna get around what the governors do it just because it's not fair that we're being treated like Los Angeles when were rural ag community and our numbers are nil so what they came up with was an ordinance declaring Atwater a sanctuary city from a state wide lockdown order which allows all businesses nonprofits and churches to re open despite possible retribution from the states that is a risk we took but we're willing to fight the people of this community lives are more important and you know some politicians affected NO threat in a near his advise business owners with state licenses like bars and salons that they could be punished by the state and need to use their best judgment about re opening Susan Kennedy K. E. C. B. S. S. researchers work to develop a coronavirus vaccine one bay area company is working on a potential vaccination that would be a pain free day CBS's Dan Mitchinson has the details it's not a shot but a patch that uses microneedles microneedles are so tiny you can hardly even to see the needles are so short they don't reach inner so it doesn't hurt how you feel this pressure that's Dr Daniel Henderson CEO of napa based burn dari he says once those microneedles penetrate your skin then medical adhesive attached as Maxine patch to your skin you don't feel anything it's like wearing a bandaid and after five minutes you take it off the vaccine is still in pre clinical trials but Henderson says the patches would be easier to administer than shots could be sent through the mail and would likely be less expensive of course there's a lot of competition out there right now to create a successful vaccine roughly a hundred thirty companies are in the running but Henderson feels pretty confident he's on to a winner I wouldn't be doing it unless I thought it was pretty good Dan Mitchinson KCBS.
Coronavirus vaccine could come from California, with no shot needed
"When it comes to getting the coronavirus vaccine can you get the vaccine without getting a shot apparently the answer is yes at least one southern California company believes that the ears are a great vigor the inventor of this vaccine slash patch for corona virus says it would be like putting on a bandaid no needles and be filled with microneedles and all you feel is pressure microneedles are so tiny you can hardly even see the needles are so short they don't reach a nerve so it doesn't hurt Dr Daniel Henderson of Verne dari a company based in napa one of more than a hundred companies in a rush to create a corona virus vaccine I wouldn't be doing it I thought it was pretty good and he says it would save money using needles for vaccines is more expensive he says these patches could be sent in the mail if the FDA approves it could be in human clinical trials this summer
"daniel henderson" Discussed on KCBS All News
"A about one of its coronas virus vaccine trials CBS's Jim chrysalis has the latest in a small group of healthy volunteers the vaccine created a muted responses that may help protect people from covert nineteen the biotech is planning to start additional trials immediately and hopes to have it ready for potential emergency use of the vaccine this fall materna president Dr Stephan hold on those pending studies looking across six hundred people in a phase two study which was started the day now and that will be developed confirm that we got the right idea of the jobs where we believe receive protective immunity as well as that the safety profile continues to hold up our markets have jumped on the news at the open some experts are being cautious saying it's encouraging news but it is just a step on the road to developing a dependable vaccine that will be ready for use by humans CBS news update I'm bill right because and in fact a number of companies are racing to develop vaccines one bay area firm working on not just a vaccine but a way of delivering it that it says could be better than putting vaccines in vials and sending them out to be injected KCBS is Dan Mitchinson has the story it's not a shot but a patch that uses microneedles microneedles are so tiny you can hardly even to see the needles are so short they don't reach inner so it doesn't hurt how you feel this pressure that's Dr Daniel Henderson CEO of napa based burn dari he says once those microneedles penetrate your skin then medical adhesive attached as Maxine patch to your skin you don't feel anything it's like wearing a bandaid and after five minutes you take it off the vaccine is still in pre clinical trials but Henderson says the patches would be easier to administer than shots could be sent through the mail and would likely be less expensive of course there's a lot of competition out there right now to create a successful vaccine roughly a hundred thirty companies are in the running but Henderson feels pretty calm he's on to a winner I wouldn't be doing it unless I thought it was pretty good Dan Mitchinson KCBS in the absence of sit down dining and most bay area restaurants food trucks or having a day KCBS Jeffrey Schaub in Santa Rosa where one food truck operator says he's moved on from just pulling up at curbside to actually delivering the food at tacos el.
"daniel henderson" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Oakland in coming weeks the school district will expand the program to twenty four sites a particular style of protest dean is becoming increasingly common in California and as we hear from KCBS reporter Melissa call Ross there are some who say it goes too far this type of pro testing involves confrontations with public officials and Sacramento based political strategist Mike Madrid says the protestors invade the personal or private space of the officials by coming up to somebody on a sidewalk sticking a camera in their face being very aggressive trying to embarrass them or what is also becoming more common is people showing up to people's houses elected officials houses last week protesters went to the home of the Fresno city council president to express their frustration over the city stay at home order and recorded the heated exchange Madrid says protesters also might distribute officials personal information police officers and judges have protections around their information and Madrid says I believe we're at a time history will we have to expand that to all publicly elected officials lest we risk somebody getting physically harmed or potentially killed the trade adds that these tactics are nonpartisan and activists on both the right and the left engage in them Melissa call Ross KCBS as researchers are working to develop a coronavirus vaccine one bay area company has produced a potential vaccination that would be pain free K. C. B. S.'s Dan Mitchinson with the details it's not a shot but a patch that uses microneedles microneedles are so tiny you can hardly even to see the needles are so short they don't reach inner so it doesn't hurt how you feel this pressure that's Dr Daniel Henderson CEO of napa based burn dari he says once those microneedles penetrate your skin then medical adhesive attacks is Maxine patch to your skin you don't feel anything it's like wearing a bandaid and after five minutes you take it off the vaccine is still in pre clinical trials but Henderson says the patches would be easier to administer than shots could be sent through the mail and would likely be less expensive of course there's a lot of competition out there right now to create a successful vaccine roughly a hundred thirty companies are in the running but Henderson feels pretty confident he's on to a winner I wouldn't be doing it unless I thought it was pretty good Dan Mitchinson KCBS two men were arrested in Vallejo over the weekend for allegedly possessing illegal firearms police were called to an apartment building on grant street Saturday afternoon on a report of two men loitering and appearing to use drugs one was on parole for a robbery with a search clause police searched both man and found three guns including an untraceable building your self fire arm commonly referred to as a ghost gun Puleo officers arrested twenty five year old Devin Connie Jones and thirty nine year old John well Liam's a major league all star says no way he's ready to take a pay cut for shortened season Kevin the rat has that story when we talk sports in sixty seconds.
Coronavirus vaccine could come from California, with no shot needed
"As researchers work to develop a coronavirus vaccine one bay area company has produced a potential vaccination that would be ready pain free K. C. B. S.'s Dan Mitchinson with the details it's not a shot but a patch that uses microneedles microneedle Sir so tiny you can hardly even to see the needles are so short they don't reach inner so it doesn't hurt how you feel this pressure that's Dr Daniel Henderson CEO of napa based burn dari he says once those microneedles penetrate your skin then medical adhesive attached as Maxine patch to your skin you don't feel anything it's like wearing a bandaid and after five minutes you take it off the vaccine is still in pre clinical trials but Henderson says the patches would be easier to administer than shots could be sent through the mail and would likely be less expense of of course there's a lot of competition out there right now to create a successful vaccine roughly a hundred thirty companies are in the running but Henderson feels pretty confident he's on to a winner I wouldn't be doing it unless I thought it was
"daniel henderson" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Will be closed to allow twenty two hundred employees get tested for corona virus production was suspended for one day Monday for deep cleaning and sanitizing since then the plan has been running at reduced capacity but even that is expected to stop before the end of this week are you health is says it's seeing more people coming in for a mental health services they say it's mostly because of anxiety linked to the cove in nineteen pandemic reporting you know asking harder or feeling sweating or shaking having difficulty sleeping clinical psychologist Daniel Henderson tells wish TV to overcoming society people have to find out what triggers it and then learn coping as are the mechanisms that work the state says it has the lab capacity to test nearly three times as many Hoosiers for corona virus but there are some supply issues that are keeping that from happening I'm Eric Berman technicians need to wear masks and gloves to give you a corona virus tests and state health commissioner Christina box says there aren't enough to go around there also aren't enough of the extra long swabs used to get a sample the shorter swabs aren't as reliable boxes he's working with the Federal Emergency Management Agency to try to get more Eric Berman ninety three W. I. B. C. mobile me no telling what the plan will be for schools come the fall state superintendent Jennifer McCormick saying the state is prepping for either for either K. having kids back at school or having them continue E. learning practices he says discussions will ramp up on a plan for returning to school as we get closer to the summer months I'm Kirk Darling on the level on the go and on Twitter at ninety three W. Y. B. C. and W. white BC dot com ten oh four back to the checks in one minute read also the corporal answers your questions on the air at one eight hundred cars seventy seven seventy seven element Kerr pro USA dot com or you can become a fan of the car and posed a question to Jerry on Facebook I'm telling you this guy never sleeps.
"daniel henderson" Discussed on Addiction Unlimited Podcast | Alcoholism | 12 Steps | Living Sober | Addiction Treatment
"Thank you for spending some time with me today and listening to the pod. I'm always happy to spend the afternoon with you. I know you guys are probably listening while you we're at the gym or driving in the car but if you remember later try to log onto apple podcasts and leave us a review reviews or super important in the podcast world so you can take. I don't know sixty seconds or so and leave us a review in itunes. I will love love love you for that so let's get into today's show you guys are GonNa love this. I know I always say that but I think it's usually true and it is today to we are talking to Daniel Henderson who at three years sober fell two hundred feet off a cliff while he was hiking in Utah. This is an incredible story and he he has remained sober and then of course has done all this healing from traumatic brain injury and broken bones and all stuff. It's incredible but the story is so good too because believe it or not Daniels twenty two years old in he is coming up on four years sober so I'm GonNa stop talking about him and I'm GonNa let him talk about himself for us. Daniel thank you so much for being here. Oh though probably more that have to do this okay six this experience so tell everybody of course I prefaced it a little bit but tell everybody a little bit about you and your story well of as you heard Dave's Daniel I grew up in Cincinnati Ohio of had a dad who is an Entrepreneur Oda Job Coaching Career Coaching Business Bob. She was worth a stay at home while she works part time but she pretty much stayed home with by brother. Die Great family played soccer lots of sports hiking backpacking backpacking family was huge outdoors especially by dad fighting off the beaten path spots like cool trails cool restaurants go a lots of cool adventures adventures of throughout the United States so I had a good childhood Ed upper middle class upbringing. The reason why I say that is because recovery even though everything appears great of the outside everything started fall apart at time of its side just because I from a decent family does not be I could not suffer from substance abuse disorder that the health issues with it. It's so true threw in you. I mean a lot of that is starting to change right because we have so many more people speaking openly about addiction so some of that perception China starting to change but it's still pervasive people still think like they have that visual when you say you're an alcoholic like they think you have to be homeless living under the bridge and drinking out of the Brown paper bag and it's like no people from all walks of life get this. You're exactly right. It does not discriminate the first part of alcoholics anonymous. The first step is talking about manageability. It does not have to be that you your life is so eventually end up under a bridge it could be that your life's imaginable to the point. You just gave a dido class or you catch show up to work. If you're going to work at your functional that that you're drinking on the job at its affected your relationships at work or with your wife or your husband so it. What does that have to be the person under the bridge right? I ended up under a bridge but prior to that I was. I was with a state state science fair. I was played high level club soccer baking the State Cup semifinals lots of Fred's girlfriend things of that nature plus Laissez was trying to start up a environmentally-friendly law crew at Cincinnati Ohio so I was extremely driven of everything could ask for cool vacations vacations it. You'd think with all that stuff why drink your braids out 'cause alcohol's vigil choice <unk> a lot of drugs but alcohol what always back to at alcoholism at other Substance Abuse Disorders are disease wait. How old were you when you realized sized that you're drinking was a problem seventeen? Did you have like a specific event like something that happened. That made you go. Oh Wow I need to look at this or like. How did it happen for you like I always talk about for me? I recognized that my relationship was doc with alcohol was different. I recognize like I wanted to spend more time with alcohol than my friends. Did you know like at the end of the night when the bar closed my friends were happy to go home and I would always be thinking. Why are they going home? When we could drink more like those are the first things I started to notice that that I just did it differently you know what was it for you as it any event or where was it small things? It was swallow things that lead to a big a couple big events but I took a heavy schedule schedule by junior year of high school outed of A._p.. Classes accelerate Spanish play club soccer her which was travel so we travel the play soccer. The first semester was pretty somewhat decent. I definitely partied but <unk> go. I got decent grades. I got like a two point five three point. Oh it wasn't style stellar. It was average but by the second semester of junior year I got really depressed issues that whole with parrots plus extremely hyperactive it alcohol calls as you doubt. I spoke the TATO eat. I was Kinda Hippie to sort of outdoors. I love the grateful dead. I love doors. I love fish love slightly stupid reggae Bob Marley so I definitely spoke to lead. That's of calls. We dowd takes edge off plus with all the stuff going on at home. We'll start us a lot more heavily. I started become extremely depressed. I was not thinking right. I started threatening to kill myself. I ended up it it with children's Hospital <unk> Ohio of those first one that was the sex bester junior year of high school at that it was off to the races says with mental health hospital stays from that one till the end of the suffer at the end of the summer of junior year go into Cedar I I had about fifty to twenty psychiatric visits at stopped showing up to school. I started drinking vibrate. Sell Smoke. We Lost Islah Fred's. I started forty checks right. Parrots Ed Call from stores. I don't know how did not get caught. We log a year to get caught but I still thought a stuff. I was dale eligible to play soccer because my grades are bad. Exciting wasn't showing up multiple suicide attempts at three by second semester of junior year so that takes me to senior the year. I was depressed <unk>. I lost two friends. No one really wants to be around me. Why fairly too much to do with they wanted me to get healthy but was refused to do anything he really a healthy <unk> higher drug so what day is solely parents credit card it for whatever reason I got really high drug with people people do got a hotel room at I said if I went to Seattle though it changed my problems so parents credit card? I don't know why did take a flight but I bought a Greyhound L. Ticket to Seattle Washington from Cincinnati. which is I mean it would be dazed right? It was a day it was a couple of days agree. I was just played used by parents hurts credit card by hotels support myself. That's so screwed up by thicky was or sleep on the side of the road. Would you say you were you know the the majority of us with addiction also have some level of anxiety depression and typically A._D._d.. Right because it's the same area of the brain so for wiring is a little off off to have one of those things we usually have all of them and I say different levels because I think it's different for everybody like my depression has always been pretty manageable but I've had times that my anxiety is almost debilitating you know. Would you say because you were so young and you had all those psych hospital visits. Do you think that you were self medicating the mental health stuff with your drinking and smoking pot like it was it made you feel better. Yes that is exactly what I was doing. That's why with the mental health side. It's a lot more than just I can't stop. That was the real reasons as I was using plus. I was so energetic. It just called me Dell Right. It's interesting too because these are the conversations I love to have because a lot of us are different. Those details can be different and for me. I say I was almost an accidental alcoholic because I oh I didn't start drinking for those reasons right like when I was a younger person I didn't really start drinking tie was about twenty years old anyway and when I was in high school and stuff I was was a very well adjusted confident normal kid. You know what I mean. I didn't have anxiety then and I certainly was having depression. <hes> <hes> so for me. I started working in a bar and once I started working in a bar then I was surrounded by alcohol all the time like everybody drank all the time and it just became very normal to me to drink every day because everybody I saw drink every day so I kind of fell into it almost by accident but that's not a standard story either so I love to kind of highlight some of those differences too because we have so many listeners to whose stories are going to be different. You know yeah everyone's story who suffers from the diction is different. It's some people's work could bars star Dr Tricky. The restaurant industry is huge with you. Work hard definitely work hard that you have that work hard play hard attitude see work like a twelve hour day away. You go get drunk. You go at high whatever it is a lot of people who work at restaurants or young too so it's part of a lot of people party. That's completely fine it. I definitely had my fair share. I have a lot of friends that don't have a problem at party. They have fun but I just can't so that's why I don't do do it but with a restaurant kind of the atmosphere and a lot of those people have ended up having problems or work at a restaurant so you fall into to a place of people a lot of suffer from these issues so you watt surround yourself with your they say you're Fred's our future so so you have to be careful about who you surround yourself by specialists alcoholism addiction subsidies disorder at the health for sure. You really really be kerfuffle. It's so true in this is another piece. I think people struggle with often too when they get sober is people have family members that don't don't really understand the seriousness of the disease and they don't really understand that you can't have even a single drink you know or people with spouses says I've been dealing with this a lot. <hes> was some clients where having a spouse that still drinks because maybe they don't drink alcoholic right but they don't understand like why can't you have have one or two so it's such an important piece to get to that. Even more important that you surround yourself with people who nourish are issue in who you want to be because you have to have that support you have to have that acceptance. It's so important to have that acceptance to from the people that you love. I couldn't hang out with people that it only drank and I still have a lot of drinking friends and I love them dearly but I wouldn't be as healthy if I only hung out with drinking people all the time. I have to be around so for people to yeah. I completely understand that a lot of by direct obedient fairly those drake by Dad's as drake really at all or by evolve will have a glass of wine now dead but they're not drinking but by extended family drake's some of them understand it other doodo understand <hes>. I've had some friends even at sobriety we talk about Seraglio ourselves around people. We want to be by for a good future just because you're sober does stop by your healthy. It just feeds you're sober. It's so misunderstood I personally had to do. It's a type of therapy. That's really good which which changed my life with two years of sobriety treatment for travel televise stuff was breakup with girlfriends yeah that was odd treated in law theives <unk> interpersonal relationship issues parrots family issues stuff like that lot of times it sobriety people talk about it so that's what happened to be. I had underlying issue of <unk> <unk> personal relationship issues of P._T._S._d.. About was caused by the failure issues break up with girlfriends that was it plus had low self-esteem so lead us to your accident and falling off the cliff. How long were you sober? Where were you when it happened? Tell the listeners that story well. I just picked up three or sobriety by accident happened at Salt Lake City Utah. There's a lot of outs out. They're big <unk> outdoors community. It's beautiful. I love living there. It is beautiful. It's a beautiful city. I was hiking it Wa- Sach National Forest at Lisa Falls <unk> located which is like Alta Ski Resort Lot of ski resorts throughout their awesome place but I was hiking with Hi I don't remember it looks absolutely beautiful. I was hiking the trail. We are all the side of a cliff and I stepped on a rock in the middle of the trail. Add because of the side of a cliff was probably roughly around eight thousand feet. It just gave way it just broke like the whole ground under a your feet just gave out. Yes Ed. I fell with it. If Fred saw he was just watching Me Fall Thou- the Siva cliff of it was not vertical is about two hundred total but it was be hitting rocks trees creeks anything that was there. He watched me fall. All the way down at that is scary as one of my best friends still is today it plus. I asked him to go hiking. 'cause he was isolating. It was kind of pressed so he it felt like worse because I was trying to be a service ED. You know I've the one who felt the cliff. He felt awful so he made his way to be.
"daniel henderson" Discussed on Addiction Unlimited Podcast | Alcoholism | 12 Steps | Living Sober | Addiction Treatment
"I am creating an online course for my recovery recipe. I am so crazy excited about this. It will be a great opportunity to utilize the recovery recipe the way it's meant to be used with guidance from me on exactly how to use each piece it will be fully online so you can do it at home in your undies on your own time. How amazing is that in his totally private David? I will keep you posted on that too totally private in your undies. Do It on your time so that's coming up. You'll hear more about that in speaking of totally private I get several messages a week asking me if our facebook group is private where can other people see that you are in there and the addiction unlimited group page is a private page so it will not show up in your feed or anything like that. Only the people in the group can see you in what you post but for those of you who are worried about the privacy issue. Remember that I'm a life coach right. I work with a ton of people who don't have any addiction issues at all. I work with people to change all kinds of habits. I work with people setting goals for their business business. I work with couples for better communication. I'm a life coach. I happened to also be a recovering alcoholic so I love working with people with addiction issues but if you were ever questioned about being a part of my group you are welcome to let people know I work on improving life in rebuilding self esteem and being a better human regardless of what you're recovering from. Just tell them I'm a life coach in. It's good information and it's supportive. That's all you have to to say and I hope that helps because I do get that question a lot so I hope you guys love this episode on Rock bottom. I hope it makes more sense for you and I would love to hear some of your stories to and don't forget to join is in the facebook group. <HES> FACEBOOK DOT com forward slash groups forward slash addiction unlimited. I will also put that in the show notes our show notes get long <hes> you can link directly to our facebook group the coaching page age and whatever else I said I would put in there. You can find that right in the show notes on your podcast up. We'll keep it nice and simple for you. I hope you guys are having a great day and I look forward to next week's episode we have Daniel Henderson coming on Daniel Henderson a young guy he got sober young and in early sobriety he went hiking with a friend and he felt two hundred feet off a cliff in Utah. This is a crazy story. Story and Daniels episode is next week so look forward to that again. I hope you guys are having a great day. Thank you for spending some time with me. I'll see you next week. You've reached the end of another great episode of the Addiction Unlimited podcast candid and honest conversation about addiction and recovery be sure to visit us at addiction unlimited dot com to join the conversation and access show notes and links do everything we talked about love..
"daniel henderson" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Remember the vote, they're gonna look name up on the tablet via card come over the machine. But the card into the machine, here's your bell being expressed X L machine. Features touched familiar option to St. ticket voting, but it also has a paper bound to voters can verify choices this election generated controversy among those who prefer hand marked ballots, but voters who tried it out at its debut approve. The machine is good. Very neat. Even better than the other machine. I am really impressed deputy city Commissioner Nick. Custodial wants to make the bright runs a regular Friday afternoon event at reading terminal and hopes to have at least five hundred demonstrations around the city by the time, the machines go into use November our website for lists of demonstrations that are coming to your neighborhood. Pat Loeb, KYW NewsRadio. The FDA is cracking down on companies says are using social media influencers that are contributing to the vaping problem among young people CBS news correspondent Alison keys reports that the agency wants a response and fifteen day, the government sent warning letters to fourfirms that make advertise and sell flavored illiquid products for violations involving online post by social media stars on their behalf. The companies involved are solar vapor hype city vapors humble juice, and artists liquid labs. The problem is says the FDA that social media influencers are touting the products without the required nicotine warning statement, Alison keys. CVS Washington, New York man. Was brought into federal court today after being arrested on tear related charges for spina Steve castenbaum before he's accused of body to carry out a suicide attack in Times Square, the US attorney alleges that ussia cool Allom went to a shooting range in Pennsylvania, a few times with another man who was an undercover agent, during those excursions. The charges say that Allom discussed buying handguns for the agent. The twenty two year old from Queens, New York allegedly also talked about going to time square and having done reconnaissance for future attack. He's accused of buying two nine millimeter handguns through the undercover agent. Authorities also claim he inquired about buying grenades and making a suicide vest officials here say, though that he didn't pose an immediate threat. Steve Kastenbaum, New York, angry employs at LGBT community centre in Sacramento want their board of directors. Ousted after they decided to allow uniform police officers into the center, according to some there is strain between the LGBTQ community and the Sacramento police, especially between Gabe. People of color, and the police along with this being the fiftieth anniversary of New York's stonewall riots the gay community revolting against police brutality. The decision was not to allow uniform gay and lesbian officers to participate in gay pride events this weekend. We'll have to talk with law enforcement, and LGBT officers. The centers board reversed their decision. Now the centers employee's want the board out. I'm Jim Roope today was national Donut day while most people love donuts, you know, the history of one of America's favorite pastries, correspondent, Cindy gray as the story. The Salvation Army founded national Donut day in nineteen thirty eight to honor the original women who fried up sweets for soldiers and World War, One, the so-called doughnut lassie's, then brought the donuts back home major Daniel Henderson says that service continues as bad as your situation may seem, there's always the potential for transformation. And we're people who are willing to walk with you. The original doughnut day, also served as a fundraiser during the depression, by the way. More than ten billion donuts.
"daniel henderson" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"And so by sell trade, rip quicks injury means the LA kings season is over. Well, they're already right now. Currently I think in last place in the National Hockey League. Jonathan quick is a very very big part of that team. You know when you lose your number one goaltender. We all saw what happened in the Montreal Canadians last year. Carey price was out the year before they struggled immensely when he's not in the lineup. The backups cannot continue to sustain their high level of play. I'm I'm thinking that the LA kings are going to struggle in a big way. Not having goaltending is extremely important in the National Hockey League. If you're not if you don't have your guy in the lineup each and every night giving you a chance to win it's going to be tough sledding moving forward. So I think this absolutely will will affect them. Yeah. It's a significant drop off from John quick to Campbell. Okay. I'm going to sell this. I don't think it means. It's over. But I think it's I mean, well, I mean how many times have we seen a backup goalie step in Marty? Did it right here in buffalo? We lost museum mardi stepped in one fourteen games or something. I mean, you know, as well as I do team plays a little bit differently in front of the backup. They might play a little more sound defensively. They might make. Better park decisions. They might because they know they don't have that guarantee brick wall and the net in the back. I mean, am I wrong with that? Am I going to sell this? I mean, I sit here and say that a team season is over. Last year when you know when when Chicago got down to their banker, I mean, that's what hit that's when you realize they were bitty kogo Chicago singlehandedly their season went in the toilet. Because Corey Crawford was out. Yeah. Montreal Canadian's went in the toilet because their best players and our happens when you put all your eggs in one basket with the going putting all your eggs in one basket, not you're not doing that in Chicago. I mean, they still have multiple ten ten plus million dollar guys. But if you don't have goaltender that stopping the puck, then you're in big trouble. You know, what quicks injury is going to be be a big big loss. I'm moving on because you're boring me, I'm moving on for time. Say canes will make Sebastian whole highest paid player on the team. Buy sell trade presented by buffalo. Sports. Jordan staal. Six million and defenseman Dougie Hamilton five point seven five million canes have the two highest those are the two highest cap hits. I hope figures to be the highest paid hurricane when the deal is done. So by trade canes will make Sebastian Aho highest paid player on the team. That is without question. He is going to make an extreme amount of money. He is the future of the Carolina Hurricanes. Sebastian Aho has been absolutely fantastic. Since coming into the league forty nine points and twenty four goals his first year as a rookie followed it up last year with twenty nine goals and sixty five points and this year, he has seventeen points, plus eleven in twelve games. This kid is the real deal, and they are extremely smart to try and get him under contract right now and not wait till the end of the year because every single day. It keeps going his money is going up. So there's a Sebastian Aho that is with the islanders organization. He's playing in Bridgeport. He's from Sweden. And this Sebastian who is a star player for Carolina is from Finland. Good to know. Okay. We'll don't those two countries. Aren't they very competitive? A are extremely competitive. I just throwing that out there. Just two guys the same name from I guess Scandinavian countries. Not as I. Okay. I think it's pretty weird. All right. We're gonna you're gonna see I'm going to buy not a household name. He really is. Not a household name right now. He is going to garner more respect as he moves forward in this game. He is he is a terrific terrific highly skilled player, and it'll be interesting to see what this contract is moving on address moving. Well, I mean, he could be in Jack's territory ten million. He's be more than pasternack. Why would he get more in pasternack? How's your neck is going to kill absolutely kill so many contracts, and he was the second rounder? So I don't know if that plays into effect or not okay Vancouver will finish November in a playoff spot. So right now, they're the top of the Pacific. Yeah. I asked grazie. Head scratcher, very interesting. But I'm going I'm going to sell this. And the reason why say this is currently you have Vancouver is sitting the top of the Pacific, but they have how many sixteen points right now. I think that they are playing a little above what they are. No, not that we're projecting. But I believe that they're playing a little above their head right now. Now that being said they have sixteen points in fourteen games. So there's teams that have only played twelve games. Thirteen games. Eleven games. Do you know what the wildcard is right now. Chicago's the second wildcard, you know, how many points, they know. Chicago has fifteen do you know, what I think, you know, how close that that the that conferences? Do you want to know what I think? I think the sedans were the highest paid player players on the team for the last couple years. So that therefore and there obviously, the best and most respected have the I think they were forced on the ice to gobble up all those minutes, and you've sat so many young players behind them. Now, those two anchors are gone, and all of a sudden the young wrong, the young kids can just fired up and here they go. You got out with the old new absolutely wrong. What you're thinking? But you're you're looking at they were not even close to the same players last few years. But no one wanted to trade for him because you had to take a license Deepak twice bars. Eighty six for the last year. But here's here's my thinking cares about stats if you if you put two guys with good skill and you give them twenty minutes a night ribs are gonna get points. But it's not helping the team are they of course, they are biggest Daniel Henderson Inca, come out of retirement. Probably probably you're looking at it wrong. And I'm going to tell you this is why I'm going to tell you you're looking at it wrong. You're talking about how they forced those sedans on the ice. And they sat kids young kids that didn't have time known. They put the sedan's on because the young kids in the organization weren't ready. They didn't give them all this time. I wonder what you what young player last year could have had. Yeah. I see what you're saying. Good for you. Now, you're now you're all done. No now, you're looking at a Vancouver team that has young players the Virtanen who went and scored two goals last night. They've got young players and prospects in that lineup that had spent a year two years behind those sedans, and now it's time to shine. The fans to it's your time to shine on a Twitter poll at WG five fifty go. And here's your Twitter poll, and we'll tell you the our thoughts on it. When we come back, the NHL should have more early afternoon games because his former players will tell you what we thought of early afternoon games because it was a total wrinkle in this in your routine. Go vote on that at WJR five. Fifty buy sell trade, the NHL should have more early afternoon games to attract more fans. Tell your thoughts on that coming up..
"daniel henderson" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"So it just happens to be They were doing a second leg regular pretty. Bells, and men gluten free. Ferdie Bill no they're. All gluten free that's what I'm saying they put all. Their money into gluten free fruity pepper the one percent for the one percent who. Really need it beyond the, one percent, like I have a friend their kid one of their kids. As the whole family just, gluten free so you picked up. Four four for the price of one so you're probably gonna run into that as parents are making their kids gluten free or not having a, meet, as much. Gluten that there's like well screw it we're just going to go. All in to. Pick up every family that makes sense so a whole family would go gluten free if one of them has silly because you're not gonna make. Dinners for everybody who in your, family so you're saying? This, really. Smarter the fruity pebbles people yes The best serial number one I know lot of girls who are a lot of my, friends, who are. Gluten free that don't have to be gluten free but said it. Makes their stomach. Feel better they think yeah so I'm like I go with it okay so they ask for gluten free cries people ask for gluten free that. Don't need it but is not, necessarily means that it's? Healthy To me I think that's why. Fruity pebbles put it on the box just because, people will buy it more basically selling candy Boxed, up a serial, and they put gluten, free. On, it and then you go. Oh this is good, for me this is healthy but being. Free, I. Can eat this. But okay your doctor not, a. Doctor you are a doctor but your doctor that I've been to. Yes yes and no Dr, Blanchette, my primary. Care physician yes he tested. Me for act because I? Was having, some stomach issues and he said in these Nope you're not so you're fine as it should I go gluten free he. Said you have to be careful with, gluten free because it doesn't necessarily mean. That it's better for you because I know. That so he told me except Mike boy everyone always talks about being gluten free, maybe maybe it'll make my stomach feel better we'd an article last week that. We didn't get to about the gluten free diet and. They pointed out that such a small percentage of people are gluten free but. A lot of people eating the gluten free diet they said you could be missing out on a lot, of nutrients Got your body needs. I've got an answer for you courtesy of our pal. Pam she didn't want to stick around but you to pass along Pretty pebbles like Rice Krispies treats. Is made with rice so it's by definition gluten free they're just. Letting you know so all posted here, was put a stamp on the box they didn't. Change their recipe or put any or removing the. Ingredients there are always gluten. Free, and great and now. They're letting you know they're gluten, free so you're saying. That, white rice is gluten free I, dunno according to pay Pam I know that I would just wonder. Because that's the main staple of the diet I. Don't see color Mike Korean diet Creeds eat only. Rice type cereal cocoa Chris. But they eat rice for breakfast lunch and dinner regular rice regular rice cereal it'd. Be terrible he's put, sugar, on it Rice Krispies I pretty good have you had rice with just like milk and, sugar on it we used. To have that when we good with sugar her puts a lot of sugar or used. To Shaq, Barrett came in one time and, said he's making, his diet, better he's still. Put way too. Much sugar on my spaghetti My family? Started doing. That when I. Was a kid put sugar on my grandfather did it and then? Everybody started doing it I don't I used to when, I was a kid well put it on the air put it on the sauce on the, top it's real sweet it's. Flipped why won't you just put maple syrup in there I, mean it sounds amazing I also. Could make. The case that you put melted cheese on, just, about anything if it's good, jeez it'll make it better melted cheese on. Just plain noodles. Is what. My friend used to do in college why not And it was it was like. Oh yeah MAC and cheese eggs like me what you couldn't put melted cheese on that would, maybe we'll. Do, it on. A birthday cake. Fruity pebbles yeah, probably not In a heartbeat like nachos good Nacho cheese but if you're lactose, intolerant tolerance. For, you then And I wanna be friends with you are you, lactose intolerant yes you think? You. Are, well I know I am to a point not completely but and he's been diagnosed yes well. That, really. If you still have lactose, that could be. Way makes many trips to the facilities yeah, exactly Up there she goes you're just. Ran, up Takeoff already. Four twenty Twenty-three Broncos depth chart came out I. One. Of the year. Looking over, it here no well Jeff Hier men is number one on the depth chart at. Tight end and he's heard I. Think they did that just because he's the the veteran of the group devante Booker they number one at running back there. Are lot of people speculating. Royce Freeman, may, be. End up being the starting running. Back for the Denver Broncos Bradley Chubb ahead of. Shaq. Barrett And, Shane Ray Shane Ray both even though every practice I've been to Rick Shane Ray has been. In there ahead of him Bradley, Chubb the fifth overall draft pick in so you know. You got some status going in with that although Shane Ray. You're right has been running with the number one more than Bradley Chubb has been anybody else Airman hire men I mentioned Isaiah MacKenzie certainly caught people's attention as. The number, one Palmer charity but Vance, Joseph was quick to say, if Jordan Taylor were healthy he would be. Listed as an umbrella returner Philip, Lindsay number one kick returner but, then he and Dave Williams both listed as fourteen, running back behind. Daniel Henderson Booker and treatment it's looking more and more like Lindsey is gonna make. This team I think he's going to. Make the team I hope so, not not the practice squad I, think he's going to be on the roster they're, all a little. Different but the biggest difference that he has is he's the fastest He is the, fastest of the five running backs and that's the. One thing that you can't hope any of these guys. Get faster that was maybe a knocking. C. j. Anderson is that even if. He did break a run for eighteen yards it wasn't going to be for, fifty eight yards I'm intrigued with the running back group that they have I like I like. All of them you could make the case at all five of them could make. The team not all five together that, seems unlikely but that any of the five. Could make the team in any combination in. All the fiber probably still a part of this. Organization at the end of. Training camp in preseason I think unless somebody picks them up But I think you'll try to hide one of these guys on the practice squad. Because I I like all of them Maybe devante Booker I don't know what you do with him if he if, ROY Freeman beats them out I don't know Devante I I still think Royce Freeman is the end up being the primary ball carrier devante being. The backup zooming he can pick, up a pass rush Royce Freeman ends up as. Your. Number one true cut clear-cut number one starter then are you? Sitting, there going okay if he's going to be our guy and we've got the, other young guys did we just move on from? Booker candidate trade that's that's what I wanna pause there. For a second that was what. I, was thinking like what do you do with Booker then if Freeman beats out unless it's gonna be a. Fifty fifty split we. Like them both we're, gonna ride Freeman and then when he slowed up de ngelo Henderson and people don't realize it's about. The Angela Henderson I'm taller than him and he's not the biggest. Guy out there. Sure you are Oh yeah I too late five. Eight to ten I really like. Him, he looked really good last year in preseason I was surprised all year they didn't give him an opportunity. Devante Freeman has been. The best running back, in the NFL over the last three years in terms of total yards he's five nine to a. Very similar player and danjus five eight zero eight maybe Dangelo could. Be. That guy We'll take a.
"daniel henderson" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Think we'll see in the film yeah? Yeah So there's Troy. Puma. McGowan Chance to catch up with him and it's cool during camp to be able to talk to. Some of these young, guys And be able to just. To feel their excitement for, it and they're starry eyed look sometimes that they get, out there with some, some of them and I remember you know with some, of these, guys that were rookies, Chris Harris, junior being with Champalimaud like. Probably had a poster up in his dorm room you know in high school to you know it's one of those things so it's interesting to see that mix of the young guys coming in with the vets and guys that they looked up to him on the other side of the glass is Anthony Rodriguez and You've been out there watching the Broncos all the way through I don't wanna talk, too much about diangelo Henderson man I definitely watch him tomorrow but Michael Spencer kind of throughout the he doesn't, think. That devante Booker is in, trouble And again I'm I'm saying the competition You know the better competition kind of raises all, boats and, book looks fine out, there but man Philip linzie Royce Freeman. And even talking to. Rice, freight premiums. Sounds like a, veteran yeah he does and you know Michael touched on the interesting narrative that's been growing like you guys have discussed in the, media in the last week or, so really since Cam started in that is that possibility, that Royce wins the outright starting job will they? Think about cutting bay with devante Booker I'm on the side where you're already the. Youngest running back group in the NFL are you going to really make it to where de ngelo Henderson is? Your leading vet in terms of service I can't. Envision that they would go that route? Now, if Freeman is that impressive then yeah you have an interesting narrative where you know. Freeman in Booker could be relatively similar why would you keep book on? This team when Lindsay offer, something, different Daniel Henderson lot of talent talented still waiting to see. If he, can translate that talent into Staying healthy and being consistent so I if Freeman. Completely wins the thing outright in the remainder of training camp and preseason? Then it's a possibility but, I, give a ten percent chance that they they don't keep Booker It's too much of a risk. To go that young and they're already extremely young sorry surprising they didn't add a veteran so, I can't imagine happening but you know. Bill must grave we heard over. And orange and blue seven sixty on kraken stout earlier today they asked him about the young. Running back room and without? Being asked about him specifically musk grave brought up Daniel Henderson and so that's an interesting point the. Henderson himself has kind of got into the minds of guys like Bill must grave Brennan the, show isn't that interesting. He he's doing something on film that we're not, saying maybe pass pro You, know. Something really really that's interesting, well we'll be watching I. Know Anthony it'll, be out there. Thanks tune in everybody thanks for watching on Facebook live to do this next time where around with you not for Rockies all access that's a lotta guys off, onsite Rockies all access coming your way. Free o'clock on Saturday we invite. You to join us in Rocky's baseball tomorrow night in this timeslot thanks to.
"daniel henderson" Discussed on Forever35
"Ever thirty five at checkout to get started go to hungary route dot com and use the code forever thirty five at checkout to save twenty five dollars off each of your first two orders so k yes i wanted to talk about gratitude today i am into this conversation topic and it all started when i saw this tweet by the author terry jones who wrote the wonderful book in american marriage that wasn't oprah book so if you haven't read it check it out yeah so she tweeted may i suggest a small act of self care right a thank you note to someone for something every week and then it continued she said i started doing this about three or four years ago i love it because it is my own gratitude practice that also let someone else no you care i'm very night both made a moaning sound we also she's at tehreek on twitter we'll put them on the show notes but i just thought this was such a lovely idea it's an it's a beautiful idea and it reminded me when we had daniel henderson on danielle writes letters i think every saturday morning that was parked herself care practice totally and what i love about this too is like i know we've talked about gratitude journals before which i think are great and people should do them but what i love about this is that it's external to yourself yes like giving it's like showing your gratitude to someone else and and and bringing a little bit of that joy into their lives to i i love getting cards it doesn't happen that much anymore i think i've mentioned this before that i have a friend who always writes me a note on i think on my mom's birthday on my mom's birthday and the anniversary of my mom's still eleven years later and it always is so touching when i receive it doesn't need to be long it's just the gesture that i really am so.
"daniel henderson" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Seven yards and i mean the only three touchdowns but again to get to one thousand yards there's only nine running back that actually did that last year so the thing about it is the c j anderson was absolutely well like guy in the locker room us well liked by the media he was a leader on this team there was lots of arguments to keep it there's no question about that really what it is is that the broncos are in the midst of a bit of a culture change and they're also looking at some contracts that they need to start thinking about beyond this year including bradley roby so for c j anderson with four point five million dollars cap hit zero dead money it became more of a business decision more so than a talent or ability or impact on the team kinda decision in that case ryan i guess it makes the players thank hey look we're all fungible it probably may helps them recalibrate saying hey he was well liked he was successful here but it is a business in any of us can be gone so you probably just focus at the task at hand no question and and that's the thing for the players they get it you know that's the point of all this is hey the business part of the nfl is always looming over your head and there's also another factor in this too is this upcoming draft which of course will cover on koa will cover any orange and blue is going to be filled with really really talented running backs so the broncos are kind of in a position to get a bit younger at that position they already have devante booker deandra henderson devante booker has been the league for a couple of years daniel henderson was a rookie last year and then they outta rookie depending on how high and all of a sudden you can kinda remake that room just a little bit on the fly so they were getting a little bit younger at that too.
"daniel henderson" Discussed on Forever35
"It's not a recommendation just a blast from my past so that question was from zoe okay thank you turns out unbeknownst to zoe katie from toronto her pen pal called and left us of waste mail you are kidding no then when she found out zoe had also emailed katie sent us an email and just letting us know and she sent us photos of hearn zoe from when they were kids and then when they were as a dull in the same pose recreating the kid pose maybe my favorite people in this the cooler is the best so i have katie's voicemail okay look also wait quick aside did you have pen pals i tried i tried as an adult too but i failed i never wrote the person back and i need a keep meaning to but it's been like two years but i'm going to write them back okay i had one at nother elementary school in my town oh interesting did you have a pen pal i had i had some pen pals i had one in hungary oh that's cool how did you make the pen pal i don't remember there must have been like a pen pal service i feel like this would be a cool thing for facebook group to do because it would piggyback on daniel henderson's letter writing yes i like that idea and i think having a pen pal is so rewarding and exciting we did a secret santa gift exchange in the excellent adventure facebook group i've done a dead mom mother's day gift exchange with other women dead mom i love i love a hand written letter pen pal exchange that is a great idea kate spencer i would be fun that would be so fun i don't have the bandwith to take that on someone wants to organize it be free yes hairs katie's question okay hi dorey this is katie from toronto across over at a ceremony loving the new podcast so my question is i know there's been a lot of talk about faith washing time that i was wondering what you use to remove make use the same product or if you have a separate process for that my other question is my husband i celebrated our tenth winning anniversary and we're gonna be in los angeles this.
"daniel henderson" Discussed on Forever35
"Dori i think it's time to talk to our guest daniel henderson our guest today is daniel henderson i did meal guys more you we are good i am good i shouldn't speak for you kate i'm crying i'm so excited year i am so excited you hear danielle i'm just going to introduce you to our listeners i'm going to cliff's notes your bio on your website which is great you should all go to jaas website and reliable because it's amazing staying hundred dot is daniel henderson dot net beyond the henderson dot com is a fencer oh and she hasn't updated in years but she won't give it up all right danielle henderson dot net typical fencer okay danielle henderson is a tv writer maniac divorce in difficult people or some of her credits freelance writer and a former editor and staff writer for rookie a book based on her popular website feminist ryan gosling was released by running press in august two thousand twelve you can can still buy it and you probably showed her memoir the ugly cry will be published in twenty eighteen and i'm just gonna read here we go okay daniel went back to college in two thousand eight after twelve year let's call it a hiatus and graduated summa cum laude into thousand eleven earning degrees in both english literature and women's studies two thousand thirteen she earned her masters degree in gender and women's studies and she dropped out of repeats d program after one semester no longer able to stand constantly being asked us the word xia logical which despite having a dictionary definition doesn't actually mean anything she likes to watch old episodes of doctor who when she is on deadline one of her tattoos is based on the movie rocky and she will never stop using the oxford comma welcome danielle henderson you guys thank you beautiful way to encapsulate me.
"daniel henderson" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Actor sam you un of the tv hit out lander is here to tell you how to behave on a date he basically tells you to lie jeff also ondeck writer faith zely comics moshe casher into tuzla geraud and if that lineup sounds familiar that's because this is an encore broadcast of an episode we first aired in may 2016 of cast your mind back to a time when repub nsw were actually they were trying to repeal obama care back then to jeff and we were still starting the show with small talk now first or you might not have heard we're speaking with daniel henderson she is a writer for the hbo series divorce danielle what story are you going to be talking about a parties this week if there is a really fun thing happening in south korea okay city of seoul recently sponsored with decor paul speaks out competition while you can believe it got its competitive now because that we've been doing that for forever that's right you're like i've been in this competition on my own for a while you left any of my former bosses so tell us more what's happening there dole are which is one of the most plugged in cities in the world the most wired honor lots of internet in apparently forty percent of their day is spence looking at a phone that they have sponsored a competition where people were sitting in a park this past sunday for sixty to ninety minutes to see who could maintain the lowest staple resting heart rate and somebody actually one whit without i guess looking at their found without looking at their foes kind of an electronics free it was it was a small the key asian from from the little computers we carry around with all this is that it the whole point is to get away from screens for a little bit and that's the primary point but the added benefit is breaking people of their addiction apparently 15 percent of people who use smartphones audacious symptoms of addiction so your heart rate might jump up a little bit when your way from your phone in can't see what's going on in your instagram so they're trying to make a concentrated effort for you to to calm down and so who was the chilous guy in so who yeah what happened the winner was a young man him crash he's also a rapper and this sounds more.
"daniel henderson" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"The rookie out of mississippi we won't see him in training camp whatsoever but i do think slaughters play merit some attention here that especially the way he played the tonight chicago finished the game with 23 first downs the broncos had fourteen uh chicago rushed for one hundred seventy three yards and thirty six carries twenty six carries for the broncos for one oh six twenty one of thirty seven for the bears throwing the football seventeen of twenty two for the broncos berson set a hundred ninety yards net impasse he 175 for the broncos total yours 360 three for chicago to eighty one for the broncos time of possession a little bit of an edge to chicago thirty to thirty eight for the bears twenty seven twenty two for the broncos individuals stats as we mentioned daniel henderson seven carries for fifty four yards including that game winning forty one yard scamper uh cg anderson sort of the game for the broncos five curious for twenty one yards cutting damn ford the bears seven curious for forty one yards this bitty cutting him uh he lied chicago in that department trevor simeon started the game for the broncos he was six of seven for fifty one yards pacts the lynch came on and was 6 of 9 for forty two yards the game finally finished by cow slaughter we were just talking about slopes loader finished 5 of six for ninety four yards one touchdown doug locker room head coach vance josep joins me fans as dave logan well the stood there saw that game kind of exciting to see some of your young beauts out there playing the way they did what what couple of things pop into your mind where those guys may play thirty three one they may plays all in all training even eighty four and it seemed route so i won surprise does go three kids at play well account i i made the point before you got on the chris harris junior talking to tell the columbus was was talking about the game at you he said the same thing he said you know what i've seen thirty three and one take those plays a lot of paraphrasing now but he pointed out by number those two guys so those two guys have made some place for.